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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 16 April 1885

7 A0 its? 1 ESTABLISHED IN 1857." EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1885. VOL. 28 NO. 16. r i a " "x. " ' - 1 ; " ' nnaaaaaaaa t '. " ','mT.. . 1 t- 't y 1' v. r f v i Tie eon of Barrios, the dead president of (Juatemala. Is a cadet at west point Tli annual meeting of the directors of the BanU Fe road will be held in To peka. Thursday.' Prof. Jules E. Loiseau, instructor in French at Columbia College, aaiclded at his home on Friday. A certain town in Nebraska has ban lahed the saloons by placing the liquor license fee at $100,000. The Central Kansas Wool Growers' association will hold its' annual session t Russell April 14 and 15. The Arkansas City Water Works company has just been incorporated. It has a capital stock of $100,000. If the English gorernment has half as much fight in it as the English press seems to hare the war is a sure thing. A pilferer got In a very "sharp steal" ob a Topeka barber last week He walked away with a razor which finally cost him fifty dollars. - Th...

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. — 16 April 1885

I THE NEWS. BY THE NEWS COMPANY. Editor. A. B. NEWCOXB FXAn P. MwLIKXAM, Baa. Manaa-er ITIm, fl.BO a Tsar la Advance. rmblUhed Ersry Thursday at Emporia, Lroa Coanty Kansas. TnUKSDAT. APRIL 16.1885. The elections are over and suspense Is suspended. I The loss by fire during the month of Sv March In tbe United States and Canada wu t9,000 000. f It M reported that tba 200,000 fund raised and Invested in behalf of Gen eral Qrant la 1ncnr. ' Cincinnati, Chicago and Columbus bar gona Republican, at leit that la the way It look a at present. Tha Leavenworth Standard la cutting a big swell oyer tha Democratic victory la that city and la atrntting about like a metropolitan Republican daily. Fort Bcott did the thing up Brown at tha it 1rtltn mil t)i TVmnr.Pfttl were aa badly left as the Kansas delega tion at Washington. Oeneral Campenon the new minister of war In tha French cabinet, held the same position under Gambeita In 1881, jand under M. Ferry In 1883-4. General Blair la in Washington 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. — 16 April 1885

s r 1 THE NEWS. THURSDAY. APRIL 16. 1885. . 8. H. Wait bu taken an excellent photogrmph of the Welsh Congregational Chorea. . Dr. T. P.. Foockquod h purchased the residence uf C.5 W. GilleU at 109 Market AMI and hat BloTeC iato it. Mr. "Anon" write at quite a nice let ter, but forgets to enclose fife dollars for the advertising therein. Come around gala Mr. A. D. Thomas & Co. will posh tbe re pairs on the building destroyed by lire as rapidly possible, nutil completed and ready for nae. ... Tbe four lots recently purchased .by Mr. Harman Harrison oo the corner of Teeth and Neosho are to be the site of his new resideoce sons to be com mwced. Kiss C. Gertrude Kramer was recently the recipient of a magnificent Decker Bres. piano, a present from her father. It is one of the lew costly instruments of that make in town. Harlow O. Wis Friday baf twelvj hundred apple, pear, and plnm trees, and a number of crape cuttings sent to the ranch In the northern part of the county. De will have ...

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. — 16 April 1885

SHE NEWS. THURSDAY. APRIL 18. 1888. Tabic fob Saul Sixteen miles from Emporia, MO hm, all fenced, and sub 41nded( 100 acre under cultivation, good smooth land, abonds nee ef living, cvaaisg water in pasture ud corals Dwelling ot seven room, good cellar. moke bouse, floored auble for six horses, two new cribs, sheds for tools, 140 apple. 40 la bearing; 200 peach; 25 cherry, plums, grapes and forest tree. Three-quarters of a mile to dis trict school. Keren miles to Americas, o railroad. Fosseesioa given now or 1st of October. Price 914, per acre, one half down, balance easy terms. Address F. Tcbxky. Americas, Lyon County, Kansas. April. 10,1885. Newman & Co.'s spring stock Is now about complete, nearly all their par- chases baring been received daring the pest -week, and they extend a cordial In vTtallon to all Interested in dry goods, especially the ladles, to visit their store and lnspect'the many novel ties displayed. They have never before shown so many handsome goods. 8rmnro ...

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. — 23 April 1885

i a i 2; - ' r4 3 J.Io r. 11 1 Z 5 ! i 1 I 7 k I ESTABLISHED IN" 1857. EMPOBIA, KANSAS, THUESDAY, APEIL 23, 1S85. VOIi. 28 NO. 17: Barrios U said to bave left m fortune of I 910,000,000. Millions for bluff, bat not a cent for flght. Gladstone. jy r uiiJiAX I UN NEEnKTi. I ttttw BrrnTtraTwn rrrrxraQ I anAW i vn rpi New York Tribune : The sham decline I Jnhn Rslntnn . Tt ia anniathino for the I Hinca Oenoral Orsht waa flrat mrarA ine price of wheat, within the put I American people to find oat that Jay I ed to be In a critical Condition the preea Mra. Tom Thumb waa married April 6lh to the Italian dwarf. Count Magri. M. De Glera, the Russian premier, la expected to resign at any time. . Euro pean diplomatist aeem very unstable. in r - - iew uays, waa not unexpected. After so remakable a rise as bad taken place, a considerable reaction was natural. But there has been no change in the real val ue of the property, and no news trom Gould is not omalpitant For twenty years he strode over l...

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. — 23 April 1885

I- teGE NEWS. TII13 NEWS COMPANY. j. HEWCOHB SiK T. MuLKMNAN, , Editor. I! a. Huut red at tbs Paatofflofl at Km port Btul-Clase Matter. 1 1? rloe, $1,00 a Year la Advance. jished fcvery Thursday at Emporia, 1.70a County Xuim. JIURSDAY. APRIL 23. 1885. charter baa been granted to the ! Uoa electric light company. 1 ' . I a Democrats will take charge of j 7opcka postofilce on May 1. ' ere are about 430 newspaper and tzlne publications 'n Kansas, e latent Indications from Europe i to indicate a boom for .England :lussia. e old prison pen at Andersonvftle ilven place to a rich and productive Held. , 1 1 . . b dead Guatemala president owned 120,000 residence in New York a was richly furnished.- jrernor Martin who returned from iast yesterday has been re-elected President of the board of managers National Soldiers' homo. that Lamar has administered the oae to the boomers, they would do follow the example of the Arabs A their tnta rul .il..,it1w atA.1 CASTER HARRISON. Chicago Is sale, to b...

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. — 23 April 1885

ffHE NEWS. HURSDAY. APRIL 23. 1885. 4 Marrlage license wm Usutd Saturday to iEtwsrd A. Stoke and Mercy C. 8tutlle, r IoU el Center township. , I Massie, aged 24 yean, ot Neo- "sho Rapid wm BaUrday adjudged a lit 5 subject Tor the Insane asylum. 5- Harris dt Miller nave sold the Rtld '(arm, alx mile east ot the city, to James J IL llama ot Mahoning county, O. ju$trs. O. 8. Porter is building a frame .uutuceooe and a halt stories high, and ; ooDUiniDg six rooms at 110 State street R-W.Jeremy, superintendent of tie .waterworks hs Just Issued a little .'pamphlet, lor free distribution, which t gives much information to wale: taker. I 4 Bwsta and Brother of tbU cltr. are at Wisejjs ranch, north of the city, floisb. ';mg the corals around the bun and scales. fTheyjhare also Just completed the 1001 f hog ptns recentlf commenced there. tysjc Burns, who arrived from Clsrk county, Ohio, a few days ago, has pur cuaeH, the Ilamllton farm six milts aorthfast of tbe city. The price paid -was 3,60...

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. — 23 April 1885

Hi THE NEWS. THURSDAY. APRIL 23. 185 New Qa .1 tc r. We take great plee ire In rallirgoar reader' attention to lia rJ Js Dro.'. lme advertisement in inl isua of The Niwi. Tbiapopulir Cry gcds (Iiia hive just mored i::tJ their new fjuar m, on the comer ot HiitU usd l!ucla&ts street, where they hare a com j1- te ltce of all kinds of goods usually carried in first-class store of that enpilon When 70a are needing anything in their line give them a call. Fit hundred sheep for sale or trade for land, cattle or horses; also fire Im ported Merino and Cots wool bocks. In- quire of Jas. S. Beary, five miles i(.r.b- west of Emporia, or B. A. Kcsblt'., Ej poria. farm I .pan.. I can get abundance of money to 1 )&n on farms in large or small sums for one. two, three, four, or fire years, at a low rate ol interest, and allow payments to lie made in small sums at different times, or the whole amount may be kept fire years or paid off any time. OSlce with Wells Bros.', oyer Emporia Savings 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. — 30 April 1885

I I till .131 i ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIX 30, 1885. An Emporia hardware firm occupies orer one-half acre ot flooring. Eastern people are said to be pouring into Kansas at the rate of 1,500 a day. The age of the elm, the moat numer ous ef Kansas trees, u trom 800 to COO years. The new poetofflce building at Clncln. natl was erected at an expense ot t5,- 875,806 60. Qen. McCalla with one thousand men marched Into the city of Panama, and then marched out sgain. Real estate business in Emporia has bad an almost phenomenal Increase within the last few days. The school property of the United Slates Is valued at f 193,000,000, of which f 180,000,000 Is la the north. The stone work for the soldiers' home at Leavenworth has been let to Evans & Sinker, a Topeka firm, for $29,088. Hutchison waats to vote $15,000 for a bridge across the Arkansas at that place. A good bridge wonld be a good scheme. Why not organise a city improvemaot society In Emporia? We have a ...

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. — 30 April 1885

THE NEWS. BY THE KEW3 COMPANY. A. B. XEWCOMB. Editor. fEANK P. MacTkfrNAM. Boa. Mmnr EoUred a ths Poatofllce at Emporia a booond-Clnas Matter. Prleo. $ I. SO a Year la Advance. rablianod Erery Thursday at Emporia, Lyon ajpuntjr Kansas. THURSDAY. APRIL 30. 1885. Oar April showers are very showery , Couch could not lead his children to the "promised land." The Lawrence people are talking of boring hole for coal. - Eart Dufferin, viceroy of India, threat ens to resign it Gladstone backs down. There will be an effort made to re-onen the New Orleans exposition next au tumn. The Oklahoma boomers have begun a timely movement a movement towatds home. "We'll Told our tents, like the Arabs and silently steal away." Oklahoma farewell son?. When the war cloud now overshadow ing Europe breaks, we predict that It be a "cloud burst." It Is said that General Grant will re ceive $200,000 from the publication of his autobiography. Democratic circles are greatly disap pointed because a Blaine man has ...

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. — 30 April 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. APRIL 80. 1885 J.B Donm U-bulldlog handsome new two story residence ol eight room, at 106 Market street. The. foundation for a large new real deoce ere being put in on the corner of Eighth and Market by C. P. The'ia. An additional window, lacing Sixth avenue, was to-day put in the room to be occupied by the new Citizens' bank Remember that seata for the lecture by Joseph Cook on the night of April 2, can be reserved for 00 cents at the office of I. E. Perley. new two story frame residence with eleven rooms is rapidly nearing comple tion at 149 Union street. It is being con structed by J. H. Wright ' A promising Fourth ward young man with an "M" at the beginning of his first name, is said to have contracted aerious matrimonial intentions lately. The privilege our people have to hear Joseph Cook who drew Immense audi ences to his Boston Monday lectures for years, is a rare one, and should be well Improved. A (rand Jury la in session at Council Grove and baa returne...

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. — 30 April 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. APRIL 80. 1885. We are J om receiving 5.000 aackaof all tho leading brand of flour. Now I your time to buy before It goes higher. Plckeb. We loan money on land and live stock. Fn.Kiif A Bisler, Brokers. We are Jost receiving 5,000 sacks of all the leading brands ol flour. Now Is your time to boy before it goes higher. Money to loan on live stock. D. Vacohn, Office over Griffith & E wing's hard ware store. " A car load of prime bottom hay just In at Fluker's. Five hundred sheep tor sale or trade for land, cattle or horses; also five Im ported Merino and Cotswool bucks. ' In quire of Jas. B. Seary, five miles north west of Emporia, or S. A. Nesbitt, Em poria. rirm loans. I can get abundance of money to loan on farms In largo or small sums for one, two, three, four, or Are 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 five years or paid off any time. Office with Wells Bros.', over...

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. — 7 May 1885

kv lit. t I ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1885. VOL. 28 NO. 19. I;. l W I V The Lion is tut com log to the front! as tbe king of coward. General Grant now regards bis recov ery aa only a question of time. England baa ordered Egypt to apolo gize for the aappreasien of the Boaphore Egyptian, a French newspaper. The Russian papers almost to a unit object to tearing the question of the Afghan boundary to a commission. John Chinaman should prevail on Johnny Boll to form an alliance. Both together might tame the Russian bear. The antl-probibitlon element went raring mad at Leavenworth the other day. "Whom the gods would destroy they first make mad. Gladstone aays there is now no ob stacle In the way of peace. It seems to i as that the old premier is about the only obstacle in the way of war. The remaining boomers hare removed from Arkansss City to Caldwell. We presume they are hunting a convenient place from which to disband. Ex Qoy. Glick bas again returned to Wa...

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. — 7 May 1885

THE NEWS. BY TUB NEWS COMPANY. A. B. WWWMB Xdltor. THANK F. KuLOIAH, Baa. Hutiir ; taa Postoi porta aa aooad-Cla Hatter, Prfoa. $1,50 a Yaar in Adv-noa. ST aalUha- Kvary Thanday at Kmporla , 1-roa County THURSDAY. MAY 7. 1885. The New Orleans expedition bu been decided success, nitr u Kansas li concerned. It is said that the Knights of Labor bare a membership In the United States of oyer one million. Fronde, the great English historian, will probably pass through Emporia in a lew days on his way from Ban Fran cisco to New York. New York Tribune: There maybe great gains for Russia at the gate of Herat, tut If the war gees on there will oe gains lor America bare at home at a greater gale A petition has been presented to the governor praying tor the organization ot Kede county. If granted, this will make the eighty-fourth organized county of the stats. Russia may think it hard to horse whip England Into a fight, but Before the Anglo-Russian difficulty is settled Russia will And it much...

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. — 7 May 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. MAY 7, 1885. PSKSOKAZ. MENTION. A new til drain bu bean put in on Blxth IWBM In front of the Ooolidge. A telephone has just been placed la Wm. Addis' Central livery and feed stables. R. T. Snediker, of Hartford, has cold to R Dumbauld or that place, 780 head of neep at3.50 per bead. Henry J. Becker U fitting up an ice cream parlor at hu place of business on the comer of Serenth and Commercial. It la rumored In Emporia that the as aociale editor ot the Emporia Republi can contemplate an extended tour In Europe. The Normal Oratorlal association will give their next entertainment next Friday evening May 8. The program will be announced in due time. "Ore. naa oeen commenced to prepare the room, 137 Commercial street, Just vacated by the Emporia Hardware com pany, for occupancy by the Central Loan end Land company. ' Invitations to the last grand hop of the Minuet clab, Friday evening. May 8, at the Parlor akating rink, were issued yesterday. The invitations are very ...

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. — 7 May 1885

THE NEWS. THUIISDAT. MAY 7. 1885. - eaeoaartere to llr. J. C. AJtmna, th xtensive boot and shoe merchant. Red Boot, Sixth ve nae, ud between Third and Fourth ave nues on Commercial street, liu an ltn idmbm patronage, from the firmer! of ' Lvov, and adjoining counties, aa well aa from the people of Emporia and neigh boring cltiea. Eu atoreaaie the head, quarter for the farmer from the fact that he carries at all time the largest and best assortment of all the most dura ble make of boot and sboa, and sell them at price which are positively be yond competition. The farmer can get at hi stores boot and shoe which will fit better, wear longft and give better satisfaction than at any other (tore in Emporia. Boots and shoes repaired and rubber boots nalf-aoled and patched. Red Boot, Sixth Ave. Public Sals Of dairy cattle. We will sell at public auction at the farm of J. P. Ball, six miles northeast of Em po ns, known as the Asher Childer's farm, on Plumb Creek, on Wkdmssday, Mat 13, 1885, ...

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. — 14 May 1885

IH. I Is! II Is 1 1? 1 I - 1 - lii" If ii ?ii y ;r : i VOL. 28 NO. 20.' ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1885. V The queen of the Sandwich Islands 11 dead. Wellington la to ba?e a morniog dally with the Associate Press report Hon John Martin ot Topeka doea not regard the Democratic outlook of Kan sas very bright. THE LICK OBSERVATORY. reopie iatereated in the educational advantages of the United States will be pleased to learn that the Lick baerva. tory, of which so much has been said will be one of the costliest and most re markable In the world. Since the erection of the first obserrs- The wheat crop in Kansas Is growing more promising and the Heather con tinuee favorable. RUSSIA'S DES10NS. Tbk Nsws has frequently spoken of the importance of oar readers being thoroughly acquainted with the eastern question, and every day this Importance becomes mere and mors) evident. The question of the final settlement of Asiatic boundaries becomes daily more compli cated,...

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. — 14 May 1885

THE NEWS. BY THE SEW3 COMPANY. A. B. NIff COMB Editor. FRANK P. StacLKKf NAlf . Baa. Huuctr ata tared at the Poetoffloa Mooond-Claaa Matter. mt Km porta as I'rloa, f I.SO a Tsar la A4um. PmbUalMd Every Thursday at Emporia, I7ob County Kansas. THURSDAY. MAY 14. 1885. It ia laid the 250 families of Wilkes barre Pa.,' need bread and medicine. The old Quaker state should take care of her needy. The population of China la now esti mated at 2J8.000.000. If numbers are strength China can have it her own way In the pending boundary trouble with Russia. - It now begins to look as if the effort of the Democratic administration to re duce the public debt at the usual rate w'.ll prove an entire failure. No wonder the ministers denounce roller skating. "Going to hades on wheels la the manner an Illinois paper relers to this popular amusement. Clark county, organized only a few days ago, claims 2,042 inhabitants, 854 Toters, 181 school children and has in cultivation 4,310 acres, Ashland has been...

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. — 14 May 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. MAY U, 1885. Mrs. Porter bu erected a new home Just one block tooth of the round-house; The work oa D. T-omas & Ca's block if nearing completion. It will toon be ready for occupancy. Casper Ellison is building a new two tory frame residence on Congress street between First and South avenues. D. W. Bainer is making excavations preparatory to building an addition to his residence on the corner ot Sixth and Neosho streets. The Union Pacific surveyors who sur veyed though Emporia, a short time ago, an now at Chelsae, wthin nine milles ol 1 Dorado. Married, in this city at the residence of Dr. Ch tries Gardiner, on Wednesday, Msy 8, by Kev. F. T. Ingalls, Mr. Cans. II. Ljoa and Miss Ruth Bothsn. On Thursday May 7, Mr. F. E. Burns and Miss Maggie Shirley, of Lebo, Kansas, were married at the Park Place hotel. Rev. R. L. Lotz performed the ceremony. Col. II. C. Whuley has arranged with Corydun F. Craig of the GlllU opera house, Kansas City, to bnng the cele brated M...

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. — 14 May 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. MAY 14. 1885. Handqomrtera for rrmm. ' Mr. J. C. Altaian, the extensive boot and shoe merchant. Red Boot, Sixth ave nue, and between Third and Fourth ave nue on Commercial street, has an lm- mesM patronage from the farmers of hyom and adjoining counties, as well as front the people of Emporia and neigh boring cities. IIis stores ate the bead- quarters for the larmers from the fact that he carries at all times the largest and best assortment of all the most dura ble makes of boots and shoes, and sells them at prices which are positively be yond competition. The farmer can get at his stores boou and shoes which will fit better, wear longer and give better satisfaction than at any other store in Emporia. Boots and shoes repaired and rubber boou half-soled and patched. Red Boot, Bixth Ave Money s Mom; ! Money ! 1 1 "Over production of money." We will loan you money cheaper than ever and pay it to you when you sign the mortgage. No extra charges. No com mission. No tr...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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