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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 12 March 1885

'4 A r y 0.0 ; T'i i y tt i ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1885. VOL. 28 NO. 11. T vk WT L' I4f L i-'l' 4J w' If A 2 , I1 The strikers are striking hard and may overdo the matter. The railroad striae begins to have a "numerous" look about It. "Ye sanctum and ye staff, I am with you once sgiio." Edmund Yates. And dow 1 Mahdl la beginning to slag "Uneasy Ilea the bead that wears a crown" t) himself. E.P. Hanne, formerly of Salina, has been rttaied as pnvule secretary to Secretary Lamar ol the interior ele j art, meat. EJwia Bomb hut signified bis inten tioo of retiring from toe singe be bat so fittingly adorned Iowa is wrangling over two mate audi tors, on de facto, odd de jure. Mean while the stn'e treasury ie closed. The Dily Weilmgt mm la the name of a new five column dully paper, the first isiue of nhich appeared yesterdsy. H. D. Dickson ol Neo.ho Falls, a:,d Bainuel Tbanbou-er ot Newlon, have been retained by Gv. Martin as regents of the Norm m. The Kto...

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 March 1885

THE NEWS. NEWS BY THE . B. SIWCOMB COMPANY, Editor. TIIE NORMAL LAND SALE. The report of the special leEUlsiire committee concerning- the late aals of Normal school Land, and published la fall In this psper to-day, certainly LEGISLATIVE NOTES. la Ue senate on the 4th toe following bill passed on third reeding : A bill authorizing county commissioner to COOMrost and Imprwe roads on petition IBAKK P. MmIJENJIAM. Bos. Huwir Pries. tl.SO Tw 1st AaWa . Pablleh4 Every Thursday at EafarU, 1.70m Coutj places Governor Sharp, president of the I of one-fifth of the voters, sustained br THURSDAY. MARCH 13. 1885. How does CleTelaad's cabinet strike y0U?' "Which ooe repreaenU nan Choros of Independents. We observe that Carl Bburx Is not in Cleveland's cabinet. Cleveland's cabinet seems to be out ot the straight rooJt. made The Boudan campaign haa cost English thof far 93,300,000. the The democrau hardly know what to make of that inaugural address. President CleTelaad's Inaugural reads as though i...

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 March 1885

THE NEWS.I THURSDAY. MARCH 12. 1885. . T. L Uao it puulDg a baadaoms new front ta hi building oa Six h avenue, wcmt of hi tuc'ory. In another o l a in a we give particulars couceruin tlie gsms of pauocle," wuicn l attaining cotislderatilo popu larlty. . The sale ot M. b. Mor. hoiibs west ot tha city 1 huislay was' well attended. II is atrck aold well. The trotter Charlie brought 500. The oew city Knlrbttnt scales have arrived aud the foundation tor tbem In front of tbo city buildirg oa Filth ave nue it finished. THB NOBHiL 1CHOOL LAUDS. CITT LIBRARY KUTESTAINMEXT I Jobn Blcislier ami Mi L. zz-.e llarkcr were married at tbe rtaidence of the bride's parenla in tbia city, on Marcb 8J, Judtt Parrington td(-Utli.fc. Tbe cflJcer ot tbe ciiy have a n t ce ot the rubbery ot Jami Braocb'a jew elry a ore. Fort Worth, Texas. In Febru ary, rtero U a lint of 250 missing arti clea accnmpanjlng 1, and a reward of j $500 a-Herod. lira. Mary C'iapp f Iho Famous" aboe alore baa irnuie aa a aignawDt t...

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 March 1885

tPHE NEWS. THURSDAY. MARCH 12, 1885. ycBLic Balm 09 Litbrockv I will Set far Ml at public aaotioo at my Cum torn mile es ot Emporia, on the Blxth irau road, oa WrDXDMUT, Hasch 18, 1895, eoameaclnf at 10 o'clock a. dl, Ike foU lowing rteecribefl property, to-wit: Sixty-fir head of cattle, cotuuUag or 11 hmd of cowa, 19 foor-year-old heilera, oil la call bj nj croas-bied Gallowny boll, S two-yaar-old Mews, 7 coming two yavold atoers, 4 bead oi oowa withroong calToa by their side,' 1 good crcaa-bred Galloway ban thraayaara.olA, one grade Galloway boll one year old, 18 bead of tear calrea. 13 bead of heifer calrea, 20 beal of them are Galloway croaa and good ones, three bead of borate, one good cattle pony, one good brood mare In toel by a Hamblatooiaa bone. TIT hundred bead of bigh grade Marino ewea in lamb by thoroughbred Merino backs, 200 bead of Merino lamb, all good and area quality, 12 bead of thoroughbred Merino backs ; 85 bead of atock boga, among them are aome good brood aowa i...

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 March 1885

ft 0 w - 0 IV ESTABLISHED IX 1837. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 19; 1885. VCXL. 28 NO. 12. 1 0 BffT ft At '-w v V S ? ' I - I A - I 7 ) ' - bow commissioner Governor Mr.m did pot goto Nebras ka tor liia arbor dy proclamation. The Independence pncpie have surely bad vtnjcioc rr a horrible crime. Explorer Sttuley be been elected . honorary tn ;mber of the A.fnco society ot Naples. Shsdy u oj nam for the position or oar Vtteemsd contemporary" on the mayoralty q-n atioa . New York. Tribune; Dr. Burchsrd mill now bsvo unlimited opportunities (or ret, reflection and retirement. It U rt-porud ou good authority that Senator Tnurman will succeed Janies Itussell Lowell aa minister to England Sidney Clarke, it appetrs, could not convince ' President Cleveland that be ought to encourage ihe violation cl law. Ntllia Arthur, ihi ex-pn slJenfa lUgti:er, baa a pel Skje terret, which barked adieu to all the occupants of ibe White Honw. . At last T f Mtk nri id tb tope aha baa ao hi;f etitt-rlaiu...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 19 March 1885

ras-llanad aCverjr Taavaday at Kb pa rim. Lyaa Co maty Now for Column as! "Last bat not least-' Uis nam is D ocaing. It wh a famous victory. Yoa cant down Emporia. rpTT-rn "XT "XT' TIT C words of woe. -a.- .a-U T T kel The foUowln expressions firm the members ol Cleveland's cabinet, oa civil BY THE NEWS COMPANY, terries reform ars cruel throats that In. b. miwoomb Koitor. I flk terrible wounds in the Hearts of th . I rkomfwratfM vanlr mwtfi flla f"H11 Mil lia aa aa "a..,..a, maw. r .. an,.-- K- I. nnathlnff anil nnlta annciia whan war " . - . "" I , lV, In. Secretary Bayard 1 am on record on the subject ol civil service reform, be said, and don't propose to abandon the lews I expressed dorinar the cam rial en THURSDAY. MARCH 19, 1883. I now. I am heartily in favor of ciril service reiorm, as are all the members of the administration, so tsr as I know. Becretarv Whitney All of the ad. mtnlstrauoa, he said, in answer to an. inquiry, is committed, through the President, to the cmi serv...

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 March 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. MARCH 19, "1885. TBI MOBVAl L4XD SALE, fttl ntawt or Vindication by Va tt, llaliui, mi A(M lr the 1-fdT. To the Emporia Ktm I deem it ft duty I owe no let to ray friend lain lo myselt, to make public ataleme.ii la answer to cer.aln charge and Insinuations affttCtir.( me end tia bodied la ti' report of e cummlite 01 th legislature appointed to investigate ttie ui sale tbe Normal school land in Mitchell and Ltucola counties of this Ute to II. C. Cross, last July. Tbe report was published ft few day lace. My respos to it, so far as by Implication it effect me, woulJ have Imtnediauly followed lis publication, if I bad had to my poaseasioa the origins! report of ft special committee of in board of regents of tbe Slate- Normal school, appraising said land in ft body at $3 50 per acre, auu the original order ot the said committee, directing me to exe cute a contract for the sale of said land to H. U. Cross. These documents bad been delivered to me a agent tor the saU ol...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 19 March 1885

t ! JLJCLJCi JNJftYYS. THURSDAY. MARCH 19. 1885. Laad Mm. ' W.T. Walters bu made the following mIm m the lut four days, tiz Forty tcra fruit farm ot W. II. Mayes to Joseph Cotton; 80 acre farm of Thomas Baxter to Walter Bmith ; 80 acres ot R. Glfcson to Mr. WUsoo, and 180 acres of W. A. Farssrsoa to E. J. DeLoog. Office one door east of Nws office. Emporia, March 16. Cash paid for eggs br Corentrr Bon, East Blxth arenne, Emporia, Kan. For Balm ok Thadb A new hoase of four rooms, good cistern and cellar- on one lot, first class location. Will sell lor part cash and part time, or will trade for farm. W. H. Bcppk. Go to Bltler& Welty lor cheap gro ceries. I hse eight extra choice two year old steers lor sale Austin B. Young. Head of Dow Creek. Timothy, dorer, blue grass, orchard grass, aiiaiia and tall meadow oat grass seed at the Emporia Hardware Co.'s. Fifteen pounds of safrar for $1, and six pounds roasted ceffee for $1 at Bltler o neiv a. Sds. White and red cloyer, blue grass a...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 26 March 1885

Mi t VOIi. 28 NO. 13. EST ABM SHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 26. 1885. 4- er t it "101" la a mere circumstance. "Why didn't I get licit me T" 101 citizen to so- J. Gould has retired Pacific railroad. from the Union Now-a-daye we hear of "ware and rumora ol wars," especially the latter. Yesterday waa ihe eighty-eighth birth day of William, Emperor of Germany. The Brooklyn bridge earna an average of $42,000 per month, or which $15,000 is profit. Hon. James Humphrey baa been it appolnted on the board of railroad com muaioner . cloud of disappointment alill ore bang the Democratic office seekers at Washington. Preaideot Cleveland baa rented a pew in the First Presbyterian church at Wi ehington. An attempt waa made on Monday to blow np the skating rink at Girard ville, Pa., with dynamite. A grand reception and banquet waa given ex Speaker Ketfer of Ohio when be returned to Springfield. Moody, Keene, and Bvlva Lockwood all In Emporia this one week. What other town can make...

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 March 1885

THE NEWS. BY THE NEWS COMPANY. A.. M. XIWCOMB Stdltor. "RANK p. mmSSSSESt, B. Muuwr Price, tl.ao a Xe Aance . Pabllshad If.rjr ThurKl.y at Km port. Lyon County Kansas. THURSDAY. MARCH 26. 1885. Chicago haa a prohibitionist candidate for mayor. President Cleveland waa forty -eight years old on the 18th. England is still a Roasis(o) around after her Asiatic possessions . The lninr.se government wants the United States to mediate between it and Franc. It Is said that Miss Cleveland, who is now the first lady in the land, is opposed to dancing. An eastern exchange remarks that the Democratic administration does not turn out as well as was expected. The president of Mexico would about as soon Di-sx to see a rival republic spring up in Central America. It is almost impossible to distinguish a Democratic office-seeker from an Okla homa boomer their faces are so long The Prince of Wales will probably get maa ana go borne when he arrives in Cork and fl nds that the mayor ignores bis visit. T...

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 March 1885

3: THE NEWS. THURSDAY. MARCH 2, 1885 - POINTS or FBOOBCU. : Altboagb the spring hu scarcely opened, the building boom baa com. meaceJ. a Urge number of improve- meaia arc Dt-log mad la the way of baal. nesa bl cks and residence. We five below a brief eketuh of aom of tbe Ut ter alreely commenced or rccmily flo Ished : Wo. Kerr i living in a cottage re. cently completed at 170 Union atreet. A cottage recently completed at 167 Coogreta la tbe residence of Mrs. 8. J. Duno. - Mr. Hastings U constructing a cottage, which is about completed, at tbe bead o' Slate s'roet. W. II. Morehouse has put in to foun dainn t tr a new bouse on Neosho street, nortb of Ninth avrnue. Nelson Churchill baa a new two-story residence under root at 323 Commercial. It ia 18x24, and will make a pleasant bom. The large new residence f R. D. Thomas on Twelfth avenue, ta under root. It will contain eleven rooms and cost $4,000 At 80 Cottonwood street Geo. Baker baa alm'wt completed a neat one-story Ore-room cottag...

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 March 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. MARCH 26. 1885. Public Balk John Williams will offer for sale, on Saturday, Mabch 28, 1885, at 2 o'clock p. m. at the lair grounds, 300 ewes, mostly merinos, and forty lambs. and one shorthorn bull. There will also be offered for sale at the same time and place by Washburn, the following stock One thoroughbred Durham bull, two years old, 4 two-year old steers, three brood sows, Berkshire ' and Poland vnina, one comoinea uu amp ion reaper and mower, one barrow, one cultivator, one stirring plow, one Boss foed cutter and one four-year old gelding. Cattle, horns and sheep chath j balance, three months time. I can get abundauce of money to lean on farms in large or small sums for one, two, three, four, or 11 ye years, at a low rate of interest, and allow payments to be made in small sums at different times, or the whole amount may be kept fire years or paid off any time. Office with Wells Bros.', orer Emporia Bavlogs bnk. H. M. Smith. Notice W. T. Walters has removed...

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. — 2 April 1885

ill . r-., v-r.... - . - -. ... i M f if? V 1 H MAI 7 IWTft Kill f - "- '' I"" -' " " " "J - - ' I iY 4 1 I r i ?l - I ESTABLISHED IN 1857. Bull plays food game of Johnny bluff. BwriM ilterlirieema to be showing mora fight than Johnny Ball. The very trees cry out against soy suggestions msda by our contemporary. Tbe dark horse "keeps shady while Mayor Warren pushes oa and openly to victory. Tbs first meeting of the slate board of pardons will be held st the Capitol building, Topeka, March 81. President Cleveland drew his first month's salary, Friday. The amount being $3,888.78. Somebody ought to send the editor-in-chief of oar contemporary' a soar apple tree to plant to-day. The Dally Weliingtonlan has been en Urged to a seven column paper and looks like a very good advertising sheet Mr. Phelps was surprised at his ap pointment, and so wss George Washing ton Olick surprised at bis die-appointment. Tbe governor, the mayor end the superintendent of school all nolle In asking yoo to ob...

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. — 2 April 1885

THE NEWS. BY THE NEWS COBIPAJTg. A. B. HIWOOHB XtUtor. ' nUKK P. KmUWIAX, Baa. Kuuu PHm. II.SO a Tmi la Aaium. rebliaaed Every Thursday at : X.job Coaaty : i porta, I w! THURSDAY. APRIL Ji, 1885. Tii New York bank claim a surplus $47,000,000. Msjor Anderson la thankful that the Bant Fa company la not Democratic corporation. Hon. O. W. Nlmocks of Great Bend haa been appointed Judge of the Twen tieth Judicial district. President Cleveland goes to work on Sunday morning Just the same as on any other day of the week. Governqr Martin has appointed lion. W. O. Webb of Topeka Judge of the Shawnee county supreme court. AjIUlnola man was appointed land commissioner. We thought perhaps Gen. Ike Sharp would be tendered that position. Now that I'rof. Mott has secured a sufficient amount of advertising he will probably attempt a lecture tour. Notwithstanding the plague of having a winter in the middle ot spring time, Cleveland still refuses to let Higgena go. Notwithstanding the great prepara ti...

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. — 2 April 1885

t1 1, t j 'J .-it. THE NEWS. THURSDAY. APRIL 2, 1885. The next Moody held at Atchison. conrentioa wlH be been Extensive Improvements bare made at J. K. Tvler'alnmber yard. Tbe new zinc caps to the court boaae steps are a decided Improvement. J. A. Kalians baa Jaat opened a car penter Suop at SIS Commercial street. Tbe front of N. . Weaver JkCo.'i hardware atore bas been newly painted. At the recent teacher' examination 8. D. Cabill ot Americas received a second grade certificate. Mr. Fluacbe of Ulpe has received bis commission as postmaster from the new administration. - Tbe eigbt tramps arrested aome time since have worked out their fines and have been released. Work has commenced on tbe founda tion for the vaults of tbe new bank, on tbe corner of Sixth and Commercial. The mist pronounced recognition aome papera receive la tbe Inward one, when tbe mirror la beld to their faces. Tbe number of voters wbo registered In the various wards is as follows: First ward, 321; Second ward, 446...

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. — 2 April 1885

, .THXTRsnnr. -apscc lsss. - . - "W OTOBK IMIH alBSO, . p. . -Vtegg's. Tin Extlcjcnuier. Bale slmpl wwuxmou.: : . SepraMbtaUvet wasted la mjxAf mad town' la tha Unltad Btatstv 'AUs men desiring to t&axa a Urge income, without la reeling ApU4, an lavltel ts call or writ. Jiiio TiAaa, : S3 E t Fonrteenth st, New York. Foa Salb a fresh milch cow and Poln4-Chln bomr. tlnqalr. at ElwooC Cbkpmma't ftum, two miles ut of Em PorU, Prapsr for wot weather by pare baa ing on of Votui -patent Kir-opBtiig amorous, iot ssi only at Newman & Ok. ' If Too want a Jersey Jacket in black, nary bine, aeal brown or raid hm.n yoa will find an elegant Hoe oi them iost YiAKTj A good girl to do general kous work, to go eight miles la the country. A permament altaatlon to the party. Apply at thU office. Nonci W. T. Walten has remored hi land office to the office ot Filklaa 6 biaier. one door east of Thb Nws aoe, where be bae a Urea list of f anna, rancnee, Tacant landa and city property for sale. If yo...

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. — 9 April 1885

-,fw1WTtffll!i SIM IP & ESTABLISHED 1ST 1857. Th doves are censored and the crows re praised. Topeka has inree fire departments and their expense laat year waa 915,424,60. Cincinnati ia to bar the next Centen nial exposition one ok her own, how ver. The city ot Toneka registered 3.901 otera and claim from 23,000 to 80,000 Inhabitants. Warm. met claims the victory In the mayoralty contest. Obi empty victory so dearly Bought. At the close ol the present term the elate University will dispense with 1U normal department. The sky Is still bright, and S B. War ren la atill mayor, and will be till hla eaocessoc qa alines. Wolseley has been ordered to super cede Graham in the command of the English foices at Suaklm. We told you so." Many citizens who thought it would go the other way until after the ballot boxes were opened. All the justice that comes from France mtjpe put in a Goblet, at least that Is the natbe of the new minuter ol Justice. J Kana City was visited during the re cent r...

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. — 9 April 1885

THE NEWS. BY TUB NEWS COMPANY. A. B. MIWCOMB. ...Editor. Hmitr FRANK P. MmLKNNAN , Baa. Pries, $1,60 m Iht la Alnne. rblUhJ Kvery Tnnrsdny at Km porta. 1.70a Connty Kaaaaa. THURSDAY. APRIL 8.' 1885. The total national debt mated at $1,980,000,000- u now esti- Wsshbarne college U to bare library building worth $30,000. a new The board of the aute reformatory commissioners meeU at Topeka on the 14th of April; England A It aula are halting between two oplnlona, whether It la better to live in peace or nlp and tuck" in war. Clay Center U in great excitement orer a report that lead haa been discor- ered In the hill near that place. General Grant' Income ia now $2,373 month, and yet it la estimated that thU Will not meet the expenaea of the family, Harrard college leada all the others In amusements. Four freshmen students are preparing to give an exhibition of a real German duel . The new paaaenger train which will toon be plased on the Howard branch, will be a great convenience to people...

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. — 9 April 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. APRIL 9. 1885. i . Tbe Niwi is never tired of boom Id a Rooa cause. What do yoo iblok of Emporia get ting the Union Pacific road A. 8. Ilouck: baa purchased tbe Bprague lurm aouthe mt of the city. We aappoae our morning contempo rary will "kick" against letting tbe Uoloa P del lie railroad into Emporia. We do not travel on oar shape, good loiiks or small feet We endeavor to "get there," however, when the walking if good. E. F. Spragne has purchased oi A. 8. Ilouck the brick business block on Fifth avenue east of the Masonic Temple. The consideration was $8,000. F. Stimson and his corps of thirteen , surveyors for the Union Pacific exten sion are camplag near P. C. Cowling's farm, three miles east of the cltv, and will remain there some time running va rious lines. The fronts of the business blocks of Q. W. Newman A Co. and Mrs. C. H. North and I. D. Fox & Co. on Com mercial street, were painted to-day, and are thereby much improved in appear. ance. A travelin...

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. — 9 April 1885

'. . " - ' ii i i H. t If. 1 'i :4 THE NEWS. THURSDAY. APRIL , 1885. Xou'l lail to aue luoee sivliau striped jersey nanneia lor children's spring wraps, ladles' jack eta, etc, at Newman No men line of embroideries has ever been shown in the market as that now aispiayea Dy U. W. Newman & Co. "All OTers" to match all the better goods. - Newman & Co. now hare a full stock oi lames' muslin underwear of strictly nrsweisss quality, consisting of night gowns, skirts, chemises, drawers, corset coyers, etc. They are well made, of excellent goods, and are sold at prices bnt slightly above cast of material. No lady can afford to make these garments when she can get them on such lavora ble terms. It you want anything in the way of spring shawls, you will find a nice as sortment of them at Newman & Co.'s ww, ana large lines to follow next week. The grocery formerly owned by . C. Edwards, and recently purchased by E, A- oiewart ft Co., has been greatly im- provea dt a re-arrangement o...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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