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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 5 February 1885

' sU ESTABLISHED IK 1857. A ground hog case: Thtwftre go- log to have tlx mora weeks of chilly weather. " "The people of Emporia oitr are a better lot than we thought they Hartford Call. If Ton bare overshoes to wear, prepare to wear them now. Don't leave them at home or upon the crossings. The Hockiog Taller strike aod the Uwaim court martial hare at last come to ao enl. Thla almoat makes os tig b for Lieutenant Danenbauer. " "A fellow feeling makea Of wondrous kind,' waa not meant for us, even it we are in the aame hospital 'Phelan and Rossa." We wiab we cool J recollact the lm pertinent individual who told ua that Emporia would vote aolid for the prop. oaltiona on Tuesday." Hartford Call. The weat-eide lady who purchased a aval akia aacoue at a closing out sale. early yesterday morning, ! feartul that lae ground-bog may nave made aome mistake. . The Norton Courier says that many of the termers in the northern part of that county are arranging to uaa hay and straw burners, to take...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 5 February 1885

THE NEWS. BY Til BNEWSCOMPASY. A. B. MKWOOMH ....Kdltor. rKAXK P. MmLKN UR, Bu. MiUfr Prta. $!. Taw la AdfMN. Pabllahad Kvary Thursday M Kmporla, Ljroa Coaat Kum. THURSDAY. FEBUA.RY 5. .1885 General Stewart: I am a little dis figured but still id iberinir. Dsnd O. Bell baa been appointed poatmaeier at Btroog City. Thus are ruog out tbe ol4 and In the new. Tbe mysterious blsck tin box now perambulating about aa a dynamite package la a boas tbat ooghl to be throttled. Delavan, Illinois, damaela complain tbat tbe town has nineteen girls to one boy, and tbat Ufa ia not worth lit in j a witters are. 8 .rut-boil y ought to place Engineer Melville outdoors under Ibe north eaves one f these cool oigbia and ft ze tbe North Pole crszt out nf bim. Lieut-Colonel Burnabv, who was kill ed in tbe recent battle in EfTpl, was held tn tbe greatest eateem In England. Be was a descendant of Edward I. It is said tbat President Arthur con templates a trip to foreign lands' after bis retirement tro.o offi...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 5 February 1885

EHE NEWS.! THURSDAY. FEBUARY 5, 1885 OUR LIBRARY. Emporia baa a free city library. To those who bare taken tbe pains to In form themselves hod who have been availing tberrue'.ves or tbe advauiagea wh4ch thia library afford, the statement nay seem ustlesa anil idle. We have discovered, however, that there are ptr tooi wbudu Dot kDowtliat the library la absolutely Iree to all proper persona; that there are tbode who d not know where the library is, and perhaps some who do not evi'f know that such a val uable coiumoJi'yexhta. In Ocober tbe city took charge of a library turned over by the ladies who had originated It, and b id on hand large number of bo ks, in t'jematlveg forming valuable library and being a nncleus lor what we believe will eventually be a collection in which any city would take pride. These books were placed la a room in the Roldertuaa block on tbe corner of fiiilh and Commercial, over tbe First National bank, the entrance being from Blxth ayr nue. About 800 books suit...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 5 February 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. FEBUA.RY ft. 1885 Atjcnos Balk We will tell at the Uetm Bros.' farm, eight mile southwest of Emporia, on Phenis !reek, oa tusdat, ra. 10, 1883, t 10 otolocJt a. m, tbe follow,nfi de scribed property : Twelro 2-year-old eteera, 7 rearling-steers, 1 food milch cow with calf by her aide, 13 cows due to calro la tho spring, 12 2 year-old heifers. 11 yearling heifers, 10 fat cow. 1 thoroughbred ahorthora bull with ped igree, 3 good work mare,2 brood marea. 1 3-yearold Ully, 1 2- year-old ni!y, a year-old bora colt, 12 head of ttock boga, 1 work mule, and one lumber wagon. Terms All sums of $10 and under, cash. Sums over $10. a credit of nine months will be giyen, without interest if paid at maturity; if not paid at maturi ty, then to draw 12 percent interest from date. Bankable paper required. Flye per cent oil tor cash. Evan & David Kkks, L. K. Pkuvn. Auctioneer. Money, money, money Porterfleld & Co. Frederick & Burton still have monty to loan, and some s...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 12 February 1885

J J 3 1-1 lis. I I l a ESTABLISHED IN 1857. VOL.. 28 NO. 7. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1885 i1 V f. ) Cm4m was killed. An Interior view: Toe fthe land lease question. real I acta oo The ground nog should tie gives a positive oo the a) goal service. Fay Templeloo ia reported tick again. At the regular advertising funds run. cing lowT The American people, m well m the SrtUsh, are experiencing a cold day or csso juat now. "Over the QorJou wall" U the latest version as aang by the English on their retreat from Khartoum. lira. Lantry ia In London and so ill ' that ahe la unable to meet her engage meats. Where it Freddy, now T "When I It are the penitentiary tbe neat time, I think 1 bad better let wine mud faat women alooe " J. C. Pusey. The e II tor ft abets bit freazln I net Ail nabbota tiu bauds t keep th.m ri m, fur wIUmuI Im a frigid. Arctic storm. JLu-t th MibKrliHion wood sire out no heat. ine nearer roe 4; a or March ap proach! a tbe mord apparent it ia that a Democra...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 12 February 1885

I THE NEWS. BY THE NEWS A. B. NEWCOMH COMPANY. Editor. THANK P. HwLKN tlN, Boa. Huuttr Frloa. fl.ftO m iu la AdtuM. f'abllahed Kry Thursday at Emporia, - Z.JTOB County Kanaaa. THURSDAY. FEBUARY 12, 1885 Khartoum bit fallen. 'Let us X4t at The Eagllon. thai rebel M.hdl." A pair of cranks: O'Dunnytn Itoasa. Mrs. Dudley aud ' It 1 again :eporled that a new even ioir paper will be started at Kansas Citr. Even UUiUtoDe ia whelmed with the newi Khartoum. almost over- of tbe fall of In tbe Ktosas seoate there are eixu teen lawyers, tour doctors, tw editors, one dentist, three bankers, one broker one merchant and eibt farmers. , Senator KellogK Is doing excellent work in tbe Kanias legislature in tbe endeavor to secure tbe additional land endowment, which should go to tbe 8ttte Normal. Tbe Egvptiaos are now arming their women. This must strike terror into tbe hearts ol those married Englishmen Who know the fearful odds possessed al ready by women without armi. "Miaturo 21)1) iet on tach til...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 12 February 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. FEBUARY 12. 1885 TUB MAYORALTY. The time la drawing nigh whea Em. porta mast again select lu municipal executive. Tola office la one or the moat trying portions to be filleJ. The into at tbe belrc of acity government baa do easy voyage before bim. Uia tak la Dot ou!y a difficult one, and be must not only ateer clear of tbe w reiki-, bitd finao ceeriog, years ago. may bare pi teed io hit way, but he must avoid tbat dead calm of inactivity and lack of en tsrprise, aomatimes sug-gosled by false economy. To save money for a city ia one it log, but t atop its progress by ailing lo. a barbor merely for safety ia another Tbe mayor must keep the abip ol bit city on tbe M;h sea. He matt keep tbe pro pointed toward the port of tba promised laud of municipal bappioeaa and prosperity. Tbe vessel must not pay ton D.uch attention to tbe little billowa tbat ripple and break un der ita courae. making a noise but noth ing more, but it must be prepareJ to breaat tbe bl billow tbat...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 12 February 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 12. 1885 Ask for "Ladle' Friend" Baking Powder, the beet in the market at Ree ble's. Fob Saijk Chcat a Jersey ball tare year old. Call at my farm alx miles northeast of Emporia. ' ' C. H. Elpbidok. Remember you can save money by baying your floor and groceries in gen eral at Reeble's. Touts t roattll rul!l Three tkoaaanda posts tor sale cheap. if aold aoon, at my tarm, one and a half mile north oi Emporia oak, mulberry and walnut. I. N. Bpbucer. Twenty pounds of hand-picked beans forfl atK. Reeble's. Money to loan on live stock. D. Vacohn, Office over Griffith & Earing' bard ware store. Get your onions at Reeble's. llat j; of, Montr To loan on farm property on lung or short time on easy terms. H. M. Smith. Office with Well's Bros'., oyer Em porta Savings Bank. Auctiohkeii. Whenever you want a flrsuclasa auctioneer call cn O. YV, Uryson, No. 3 East street, Emporia, Kansas. We loin money on land aiid live ttock. Filkiws Ss Sihlkk. Brokers. boldiers hav...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 19 February 1885

1! It V, VOL. 28 NO. 8. ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBEUAEY 19, 1885. The sultan of Morocco has Just cele brated hU one thousandth wedding. Geaersl Wolseley would make a good post commander in time of peace. Pattl considers do minor note. She la aaid to Ret $4,000 every time she Bln,s. Lawrence breathes easily. Tbe ioe has broken op in the Kw and tbe dam Is still there. A bill has been Introduced in the bouse declaring Memorial Day, May SO, public holiday. Lent tbat half dollar the man bor rowed some months ago and was going to return Monday. Senator Thurmao is said to have tbe inside track as probable secretary of stale in Cleveland's cabinet. Mrs. James Kussell L'iwell, who now lies at the point of death, in London, is tbe second wife of tbe minister. Kansas City Is to have a tower clock tbat will coat $15,000. Time seems to be something of an object at K. C. Persons not acquainted with the church calendar by consulting tbe lam ilr almantc will oserve tha1 thi...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 19 February 1885

THE NEWS. BY TIIBNEWS COMPANY. A. B. SEWCOHB ... KUlltor. FRANK P. BImLKN.XAN. Bos. Hutfir Prloa. II.SO a Yu la Adi Paullahad Enrjr Tknndij at Emporia, Lyon County Kaaaaa. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY ID. 1885 "Now you have me. now you don't". J. C. Tusey. It u eld tuit Jaaie"F. Legate aimed to tell the troth, bat la a poor shot. The Mapleson Opera company bad a $3,000 home in St. Louis on Tuesday. The Cowboy U informed that there m no Texas fcTcr among Lyon coonty cat tle. Great Cxjm, what has Texat done now Carl Schurz baa gone down there to lecture. To the asaeoiUy of Illlnolt : "What can yon do without me and a quorum." Elijah M. Haines. The Western National Fair at Bis marck Grove will be bald September 7ih to 12ib inclusive. Bismarck Is sick. We'll bet be sur reptitiously tackled piece of pork and found the trichina there before bim. The edite ot the Concordia Daily Blade got dull from the bard knocks of the world, and it don't cut any more. "I have been at the penitentiary too ions not...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 19 February 1885

THE NEWS. TUURSDAY. FEBRUARY 18. 1883 TBK COUNT tllTICKtl'IiiO. Tbe D.lly Haws, Weekly Nw viibi u. aiot-ret. an t Dallj K-putjli- I can an I Wee kly R. publican will ell turenfier print all the co'ioty advertising sod cowmisil'n- ers prontnliDz. Tji i lo accordencr wilh the accipt tnca or one of tbe bid made by tbe commissi' ners atul in conformity tot an agreement made b f rt-tittf bid mrtn t-ubuii td.br ttro iu New., tbe Di !!. crt aud Repui.l.cao whereby ii was aitri-nl tint ' px-r b- lug uiad' the tH Ul" piper, all therittit-r uiid tb ma Ivra tit si so t rl't nil tbe county adver to m-iit, jirocr diutc. tx-ist. flutl ootiora, etc. By ih' mean itar n'WptH r t su:tt.l..g tr ibr le-el advertising tbey do for the county, aud ca tbe otlitr hand tbe c-.uoty gt-u Its advertising and coruiul-HHOuer pro ceellngs publixbad broadcast io every pit ( ibe county, m two dailies and three weekliei, all tbe pipers published at tbe couuty scat, and all this for a little lota tbaa tbe rstes prescr...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 19 February 1885

. . . . THE NEWS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 19. 1885 Public Hale Of trotting stock. I will offer for tale t my residence one mile west ot Emporia, oa Thck;day. March 5, 1883. commencing at 10 a. m., tbe following property, to-wit : Charley, S. Ch. G., 1 0 bands, foaled 1880 by Blue Ball, d&m br Klnbesvd's St. Lawrence. lie hat been worked 00 daya and ahowa a mile in 2:43. John K. Cb. 0. 16 hands, foaled 1881, full brother to Charier B.; never worked for speed, but is well broken and shows good action. Queen of the West, a bay mare, 15 bands high. toaled 1881, br Blue Bull, Jr, dam Ab- dalla Clay, in foal by Elnlock. Daisy B, a bay mare, foaled 1882, by Blue Bull, Jr, dam St. Lawrence. Gray Esgle mare, 15 bands, foaled 1877, can show better than a three minute gale, and is tbe best saddle mare in Kansas. In foal to Night Hawk Tom Fleming, bay colt, foaled '84, by Abdallah Clay, dam Gray Eagle. Will also offer for sale at same time and place 1 fresh milch cow, hair Hereford, a splendid b...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 26 February 1885

9 - 4 VOLi.28 NO. 9. ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1885. wht-A ' If i Mrs. Yseult Dudley has been indicted. England's feelings ere intense, are El Mabdi's action. 80 Jay Gould's Western Union stock amounts to $39,000,000. Will this country never get rid of Frank James and Jeff Davis T A national association of newspaper men is in session at New Orleans. Tba report of th penitentiary com. tnittee will prove Interesting reading. Philadelphia Call: The shrewd skat. Ins; rink man never advertises bard wood fljora. The enlargement and new dress of tbe Topeka State Journal are a great credit to that paper. Col. C K. Holiday will probably be a rung candidate lor mayor of Topeks at tbe spring election. Tbe Tarks are acblog for a band in (be SouJan akirmishes, but they want to be on tbs Mahdi' roll call. Vice Praaldoot -elect Hanriricks on My leC bis w.fo ibonM la considered the sn-bluoiis portion of the oQice. It is mirmred that tbe Denver Jk Hlo Grande road m...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 26 February 1885

THE NEWS. BY THE NEWS A. B. KEWCOMB COMPANY. Editor. rHANK P. MacLKXNAN. Boa. Hiuin Pi-tee). 1.0 s YmtLX In Adtu fnbllshad Kverjr Thursday mt Km pa rim. Lyon County K THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1885 Indian U financially embarrassed. Washinrton was very food of field sports. - ' ' Alas, poor England, General Stewart, too. Is dead. Atchison did not get Emma Nevada, but is consoling herself with "Uncle Tom." The legislature of Oregon to the sembly of Illinois: "IIow's your dead lock ' Washington's advice in time or. war was "so to act as to put our enemy in the wrong." Il is said by stock men that it takes three dajs of good food to make op tor one of bad food . The revised verson of tbe Old Testa ment, it is announced, will be ready for Easter services Palti did not sing In Topeka. The citizens were not willing to vots any more bonds at preseot. There are strong probabilities that the capitol ot Missouri will be removed from Jefferson City to Sedalia. Washington was tbe iounder of charity...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 26 February 1885

THE NEWS. TLIURSDAT, FEBRUARY 26. 1885 D. TLomas -vsa also burned out duriujt, tue trcat fire in Chicago, but two big flies canto' auppnsj bit energy and en. terprise. ' ' Marriage license wes issued, by TuJgr Partington, Feb. 18th to Galen W. Whit Comb tad ChrUtlos M. Saunders, of Council Qfove. Mrs. M. K. Hubert baa sold her old home at 122 Market street to C.-mmis-loocr W. V. Pbillii a Tbo cooaldtra tloo was 2,50.. Dr. C B. K'jtrU bas wovid bia office to touai Nos. 1 and 2 io tbe. Fiolry bl ck His now quarters ant matly fur nlsbed ail prvi te-.t with vapjr batba. S'lcrtnau Jilinaoo. isec.inJ foreman at at Wuer'i much, wai r'.ding horseback acroa a fr z.-n pond rectn ly, when tbe borne dipped and fell ou btin la such a wy a to break one of bia leg. Win. B rn has commenced work on a tie ul a'ld sub tintittl brick barn 24x30 ffeet, to bu cios'ruc:t-d iu tbe nar of bia meat murk. t. Tuis will bj one of tbe bert birua in town. Pian lor the (km- ol tbe New Mtxico cjitil bu:l :li have b...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 26 February 1885

THE NEWS.' THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 2(1. 1883 George B. Counclll baa purchased the I property oo the north-trest corner oil Sixth and Jdarket i . .- A POPCLAK P1STOH, . - Public Baa; I will sdl at public action at my farm on Eim creek, one half mile north ol Miller Bro's. place, in Waterloo township. Widsmcat, Mahch 4, 1S8 , commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., the fol lowing described property : One four Year old mare, 2 goad work ho. tea, 1 uiree-year old horse, 1 yearling colt, 1 hall, 9 cows, 2 three-year old steer, 4 two year old steers, 5 one-year old steers, 8 yearling heifers, 3 brood bows, 12 pigs. mowing machine, sulky hay rake, corn planter, wagon, plow, harrow, cultirator, two sets harness, saddle, oats in bin, corn In crib, millet in stack, and other things too numerous to mention. Terms of Sale All sums of ten dollars and under,' cash ; over ten dollars, a credit of nine months w ill be given on bankable notes bearing internal at tn per cent per annum ; a discount of five per cen...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 5 March 1885

TV f a D VOLi. 28 NO. 10. ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1885. 9 (nil r The government at Washington live" till The men. British army number 181,000 General Haxea is to be trietl by court i artist. Tbe grand Crand ill. old Republican party is Lawrence la to have a new bank capital stock of $100,000. rlth Cleveland saw the White House Tues day for the first time. 'Walt till the clouds roll by" is what the Republicans began to sing to-3ay. - President Cleveland says this is 'till is government ot all the people." Thai's good. "Sow, pot away your wiatai do'.. V.u will have no mora um lor taote.1 That la, we guss so That do settle it. bid Clarke has gone to Washington to catch Cleveland's ear on the Oklahoma question James 8. Meiritt, the popular and well known Kansas politician and lw. yer, died in Washington Friday. President Clevvland la determined to start out well. Ill inaugural la certain ly praiseworthy In many reaped. O, tli. transporting raptnroua tigh...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 5 March 1885

I . THE NEWS. BY TUB NEWS COMPANY. Editor. MaeLKX JfABC, Bw, Muiitir A. B. MEWCOUU . FRANK P, Prtoa. fl.SO a Ysar la lliun. f'ubliaaad Esary Thursday at Emporia, Lyoa County Kansas. THURSDAY. MA.HCII 5. 1885. Tid-Bita: No brass band can play m maoy airs a drum-mujor caa put on The Newt Is the name; of a niog paper at Sodalla, Mo. new eve- The Kanaaa senate has adopted a ret olation to adjourn March 7th. Two nieces ot Governor Cleveland are teachers in the city schools at Peoria, Illinois. Uenator I rut alls alirrcd up the senate in great shape the other day in the debate on the Hwalra court martial. Mrs. C. F. Cochran and 11. Clay Parle are the prominent candidates for post mistress or postmaster oi AtchUoo . "What was It they foucbt about t Aad what wu tlutro to wio'f" Vby, partJ j to set Uonlon unt; Mure, to soep Uiattstune In." Punch. ConeressmHO Peters has scoured the allowance of pension claims tor John II Stone of Newton, and Daniel Bacon, Wichita, Kansas. The A., T. S. K. Kai...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 5 March 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. MARCH 5. 1885 The grocery of Thorn s & Joces U tquippetl wi'h a telephone. Henry Mtz has closed out bit branch tor at 0gu City Marr ae liceuMi mere issut-d to Fred. Kiss aud Frieda Mavr and to Stephen B. Balls and ,Jue Tillii Wed- ntaday. Judffo Fk-icber in the case of Carrie Bay v. the city f Emporia Friday reo. dered bis decisiou in fv..r of the defen dant. Twenty-tive c ia f egi were ship ped to Coinrado ioursday. It M the eirm and m.t the heos that hvo Struvk thit time. Httiry Ku.-elbirsl ; Aincricu and Annie KrUHj of Douiphao couuty Wei married at the ourt liouse Thursday. Judge Prriti'o t titd the nrjplial knot. A letter iruiu O laws Uuiveisity ssys that that institution 1 fully orjftoircd, and will be represented in the state contest tiy a laly ort r, Mullie A. CI' uJ. her sub) ct being "The Jew of Fct. the Jew of Fiction." the baa als a la-ty alternate, Mis Jennie Sbertnio. This 4 the first appearance of a lady oral jr lu the Ksuaas stale con t sts. A...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 5 March 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. MARCH 5. 1885. Public 8axb of- Livestock. I will viler tor Ml at public auction at my farm four mi lea east of Emporia, on tbe Sixth arenas road, on Wkdkdmday, Mabcii 18, 1SS5, commencing at 10 o'clock a. m , tbe fol lowing described property, to-wit: fiixty-five bead of cattle, consiatlng of 11 bead of cows, 10 four-year-old belfera, all in calf by my cross-b:ed Gallowny bull, 5 two-year-old atcen, 7 coming two- yea-old ateera, 4 bead of cows with young calves bv their aide. 1 eanA rrr.Ra-rnf1 Galloway bull three years old, one grade Galloway bull one year old, 13 bead of steer calves. 12 bead of heifer calves, 20 heal of them are Galloway cross and good ones, three bead of horses, one good cattle pony, one good brood mare In foal by a Hambletonian borse. Five hundred bead of high grade Merino ewes in lamb by thoroughbred Merino bucks, 200 head of Merino iambs. all good and even quality, 12 bead of thoroughbred Merino bucks ; 35 bead of stock bogs, among them ar...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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