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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 21 May 1885

. - ... - s - J. J .,- V J -' i rv. T -li VOX.. 28 NO. 212 ESTABliISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 21 1885. WW r w hv 'V 8ay, Mory orison are ye there? .Tiler tu no dark bona named "Haines." ; It wu a famous Tictory, long to be remembered. - The English cannot even beat America on lawn tennis. "I am a 'stayer,' and don't yon forget it". Jobs A. Logan. Senator Logan talks about as well as General Logan fights. -, Tba medicine men of session at McPberson. Kansas are in "We won't go borne till morning." The boys wbo elected Logan. . , M. De Neuvllle, the famous French military palater, died yesterday. This is a red letter day for the Repub licans of Illinois and the country. Tbe Illinois assembly bas been a good while at it, but they hare done a good 7 job at last. Senator Logan, Give Kansas wants to shake ore enough. us your band with you now Will somebody please draft a seto resolutions of condolence, to be sent to Mr. Morrison Hr. Boynton will probably let out fu ture c...

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. — 21 May 1885

THE NEWS. Pries, 1 1, SO a Ymt la AdTmw. Pabllsned Every Thnreday at EmporU, Lisa County Ki THURSDAY. MAY 21. 1885. Gladstone's destiny Is Jutt now hang ing In the balance. Hon. "Sunset" Cox seems to bare bis face firmly set toward Turkey. Over 4,000 yacaacies bare been caused la the postofflces by resignation alone. It la now atated on authority, that M. da Olers will be succeeded aa Russian minister of foreign affairs. Tbe program for the county superin tendents' convention to bo beld at Em porta, will be published In few dsys. Sir Luntadea In ennumeratlna the va riety of game to be found in the vicinity of Penjdeh acenis to bare overlooked the Russian Bear. General Orant while out walking a few daya ago in Iront ot bis residence, waa taken lor caller who wanted to see the sick general. Bids for the location of the Orphan's Soldiers home will be received until June 30, when they will be opened and the location selected. Tbe costs in the Bheldea libel suit at 1 Dorado were $200. an...

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. — 21 May 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. MAY. 21, IScA. UTron Tyler in imported a bij corn nailer to Empora, from Ottawa. - P. VY. Slje of Emporia, ia letting- op what ha atylea aa advertising wsgon. Marriage, license wu issued Tharaday to Charlea Bod in and Roaa B. Perkins. Tharaday a young wolf waa caught in tha country, and brought to the city by WiUCroDkhlte. . A large cooler has Just been placed ia the meat market of John Byrnes on Sixth avenue. Linn Count Clarion: The 8t. Louis & Empoila railroad waa comoleted to Blue Mound on laat Tacaday. The book ordered by a number oi Emporia people from D. L. Moody hare been aent to J. F. Drake, and can be bad by calling at hia office. The officer Thursday received a tele gram stating that David Massie from Neosho Rapids, recently taken to the Insane asylum, bad escaped. J. R. Graham has Just graded the lawn at his residence, corner of Mer chants street and Eleventh avenue, and ia now parking around the same. We lately aaw in the office of Judge Kellogg 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. — 21 May 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. MAY 21, 1885. $15 Upward. Strayed Mar 13tD, from my farm two miles north of Neosho Rapids, dark bay or brown mare, tour years old, never worked, has a little white on hind loot above hoof, tall cut off square. Fifteen dollars reward paid for return to Simon Centner, Neosho Rapids, Ka. Farm loam. I can get abundance of money to loan on farms in large 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 time, or the whole amount may be kept fire years or paid off any time. Office with Wells Bros.', over Emporia Savings bank. s. M. Smith. Mom jr t Hou; 1 1 Money 1 1 ! "Over production of money." We will loan yon money cheaper than ever and pay it to you when you sign the mortgage. No extra charges. No com mission. No trouble Pay it back when you want to. You pay interest and principal in Emporia, that is good enough for us. The "old reliable" loan office has been here longer than a...

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. — 28 May 1885

vvS it 1 i MA. L r i ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1885. VOL. 28---NO. 22. Wichita, Wellington and McPherson striving for the sew Methodist col lege. Queen Vic U now sixty-six years old and we guess ah will not writs another book. The season of the year If now ap proaching when they find dead people In I bed at Topeka. From a North American Review arti cle it la apparent that "Cousin" Gail Hamilton la not mashed on St. John. Secretary of Slat Bayard will deliver an addreaa before the literary aocietlea on Monday, Jane 8U, at the But Unl. verslty. Mayor Whlttleeey appear, to haye tome difficulty in "marshaling" his lorcee. He ought not to go out of town for recruit. It u a doll time for the Guatemala Immigration agenla who are J ait now endeavoring to peraode our cltizena to go to that land of kidnaper. The postmaster at Dockhaven, Mich igan, has placed the sign over hi stamp window, "Lick your own sumps," whereupon a Democratic paper shouts, "Out with the o...

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. — 28 May 1885

THE NEWS. l'rle, (l.BO a Year 1m aw- Published Every Thnreday a Kmporln. I Lyon County Kuut. THURSDAY. MAY 28. 1885. "Mis Cleveland and I are out." The President. The compositors ot the Commonwealth set It "the new Topeka elevation." Shakespeare is the name of the new Democratic postmaster at Kalamazoo Mich. "I have a mind of my .own." Urover Cleveland. "So has yoar Bister." Miss Cleveland. J. Walrutf to the national brewers "They are making It very warm for me in'Kansas." 8 inio of the papers now have erased the sobriquet "Sunset," and call him "Turkey" Cos. The spirit of the cranky editor of the "Spirit of Truth," has winged its way to the spirit land. An egg rarely done is best, says the New Orleans Picayune ; as its yoke is easy and its burden light. Harry. Oarilold, son of the lamented President Garfield, is a te&cher in St. Paul's school. Concord, N. II. The Michigan forests are again burn ing. There seems to be a perpetual fight with firo in the pineries of that state. Di...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 28 May 1885

THE NEWS. TUUR8DA.Y. MAY 28. 1885. Frank Harris aad wife Thursday be came the happy parent's of a floe boy. Col. A.M. Flory will deliver an ad dress at Howard, Elk c aunty, on Mem orial day. Col. J. W. Felgbaa has been engaged to deliver ma address at Council Oroya on Decoration Day. Major Frank Davis has sold bis team of Uambletonlans to M. this county, for $500. T. Williams of Many Their The "T. M. M's." are "Too Misses" for the average citizen. ways are past flailing out J. P. O Kremer has been selected to serve on the Jury during the Jane term of the United States court. Prof. A. C. Moss is the possessor of a handsome gold box-hinge watch, Just purchased of I. D. Fox & Co. The Knights Templar band of this city has been engaged to play at Coun cil Grove on Decoration Day. We are delighted to learn that Gov ernor Martin will probably visit Empo ria, Commencement day at the Normal. The grounds of W. 11 Griffith on the corner of Seventh and State, have Just been improved by the ...

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. — 28 May 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. MAY 2U. 1885. Unsolatloa of rnrtnerahip. ' All persons an hereby notified that oa the 21st day of February, 185, the co-partnership which existed prior to that date between D. Thomai and 8. II. Lutz, under the firm name ot D. Thomaa Jfc Co, ha been dissolved by mutual concent. All debit due said firm will be payable to D. Thomas at II. E. Norton's real estate office. West Fifth avenue, Emporia, Kan., May 23, 1883. D. Thomas. 8. II. Ltrrz. It is a well known fact that boots or ahoea after heary wear will rip, it mat ters not where they are bought, and J C. Altman offers to sew up all rips and do neat work free of charge on all goods bought at his store, on Bixth avenue, or 108 Commercial street, between Third and Fourth J. C. Altman. Bhiloh's Vitalizer is what you need for constipation, loes of appetite, dizzi ness and all symptoms of dyspepsia. Price 10 to 73 cents per bottle. Sold by Chss. Kyder. Monabcb No. 40. Ladles please call and see the best "vapor stove" ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 4 June 1885

bs. -a -al - I E B n ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1885. VOL.28 NO. 23. V nal. "Baker and I are out." State Jour- I. N. LSaker worked the receiver racket for all there was in it. The silver plate upon the coffin of the late celebrated French author bore the implo inscription: "Victor Hugo." Topeka, it U said, has a few dyna miters and communists. They are isau. ing yellow circulars containing incen diary matter. Secretary Endicotl Is writing a book. The members of Mr. Cleveland's cab tact seem determined to make the ad ministration unpopular. llullcne, Moores ii Einery, the big dry goods firm of Kansas City, has very generously donated $500 to the pedastal fund of the Itartholdi Statue of Liberty. The thirty-third annual convention of the International Typographical Union met yesterday in New York City. There were 1,110 delegates in attendance, rep resenting all the principal cumin the United States. The United States is paying oil its in debtedness at the ...

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. — 4 June 1885

THE NEWS. BY THE NEWS COMPANY. Entered a tha l'otoffloo at ISmporla aa -VlmMS Matter. PrlM, $l,AO a Year 1b AdTUM. rablUbed Every Thursday at Emporia, Lyoa County Kanaaa. THURSDAY. JUNE. 4. 1885. The commencement exercise at Wash borne College, at Topeka, will be held June 4 to 10. "On, Stanley, on !" seems to be the motto ot the great African explorer in everything he undertakes. What's the use of be In' a senator when yon can sell books to the stale at the rate I do." Speaker Haines. Hugh Conway, the novelist, author of "Called Back," Is dead at the age ol thirty-seven years. His name was F. T. Fargat, The Sixth annual meeting ot the Kan. sas Parmaceutical association occurs on Wednesday, June 10th, in the city of Lawrence. The oldest teacher in the United State died this week at AVest Newton, Mass. His name was Pheneas Allen, and he was born in 1801. The Seven th.Day AavenUsts have held daily services in Bismarck Grove, near Lawrence, for the past week, of an Inter esting nature ...

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. — 4 June 1885

THE MVS. THURSDAY. JUNE 4. lbtKJ. The Missouri PaclOc track crossing Sixth avenue, la being, raised and placed on ballast. Capt Heritage la building an addi tion to bit store room, at No. 135 Com raeicla1. street Work la progression on the new build ing on the corner of Merchants s'-xeet and Sixth arenae. Leona Crew a thirteen month old child, whose parents reside on Neosho Street, died Thursday. We trust the committee appointed last Thursday will not limit its actions to the endorsement of cut and dried resolu tions. John Henning is haying a large addi tion built to his residence on the corner of Exchange street and Beyenth avenue. Mr. J. II. Ashley has rnoTtd bis archi tect office from over the office of Holmes & Ilolden, to a new room in the Eaixd block. The Literati and Lyceum societies hava arranged for a Joint session next Friday night which will be the last one of the year. John Fluker has a large force of men at work on the foundation for his new building which will be r...

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. — 4 June 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. JUNE 4. ltJ5. Dtaolutloo and Co-Part nershlp Notice. Emporia, Kan., June 1, 1SS3. The co-partnership heretofore existing ia the insurance, loan and real estate business of J. C. Burnett and M. Aber nathy is this day dissolved by mutual content. . J. C. Bcbnett, M. Abebnktiiy. The undersigned will continue the above business under the firm nttne of J. C. Burnett & Co. at the old place of business, and respectfully solicit the contlnuauce of the patronage of the old firm and of the public generally. J. C. Bcrnett, J. F. IIaruisox. 1 have a choice thoroughbred shoit- horn bull for sale. A. fc. Yocno, Head of Dow Creek. It Is a well known fact that boots or shoes alter heavy wear will rip. it mat ters not where they are bought, and J C. Altman offers to sew up all rips and do neat work free of charge on all goods bought at his Store, on bixtu avenue, or 108 Commercial street, between Third and Fourth J. C. Altman. Strayed f rom the subscriber abjut the middle of ...

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. — 11 June 1885

9 r F,RTATtT.TTT TXT TQpr7 Eastern Journals are discussing the probability of the separation of Burmah from India oa account of tbe neglect of tb latter awernment " There U one clerk in the war Opart, meat who regarda himself aa a fixture. He waa appointed thirty yean ago by Jefferson DsvU when the latter waa sec retary of war The first application of a woman to be registered aa a pharmacist ia this waa receivea at the aruggUta' conven- ueo la Lawrence yesterday from Mlaa Alice Bough man of Marloo. The report of the Ohio board of agri culture oontalaa yery diacoaragtng newt of the wheat proepecte of that stale. The ahectage compared with last year, will amount to 9220,000.000 boshela. : Odium, the ewtmmer. who jumped from the Brooklyn bridge and killed amaon. ac taugut aswimming acnooi w dwubl m wnicn aona of jameau.icoiBi.it gTmdnm.r.-..A-A Blaine, Gea. Sherman and R. B. Hayea pupils. Secretary Bayard is said te have favor- oiy recommended Mr. Oscar Blacheff X Topeka aa consul to B...

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. — 11 June 1885

THE NEWS. PYTIII3 NEWS COMPANY. Bora M in PMUflha mx joporl m Frtea, l,60 m Iu la Adrmra. fwblllh.d Kvary Thnndaj at Kinporia, Z.7oa Coantjr K . THURSDAY. JUNE. 11. 1885. The H Milan fly should go. will hare big millet crop. To tho Wheat static lan: We will gee you later. The Illinois assembly ia to adjourn oq the 26th inst. Are yoa not glad that tUla ia a cattle county, instead of a wheat one ? "What a terrible thing too much wa ter is." Chora of Atchison people. There are do report of the Hessian fly tackling the Berkshire or Jersey Reds. A bushel of wheat ia the bin is worth two bushels in the hands of the Hessian Uj. Atchison has poor tacilities for dis posing of more than an average supply of water. Kansas may be a little short on wheat this year, bat my I won't the millet crop be immense r "The novernor can see the effects of too much water right in his own county. Revenge Is sweet." J. Walruff. "Adam" Acres and lion. E.J.Ross are among the new Democratic office holders accord...

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. — 11 June 1885

THURSDAY. JUNE 11, 1885. Mrs. Harry Liebfrled la the mother of a Bouncing- xg boy. Cottonwood Dvenm iTenuMli being (traded. Lewla & Edward moved Into their new room Juat north of the old ataod Friday. . D. 0. Crandall haa received a pension allowance through the efforta of Senator Flamb. Ifll rVHEBAX, KITES. The Fowler case which waa tried last week, reaulted in the acquittal ol the defendant. large amount of atone flagging for aldewalka baa been unloaded at the aide track eaat of town. The reaidence ot Mr. Tom Stone on Merchant atreet haa bem newly paint ed. A new veranda la also being added. J. E. Freeman, from Baltimore, Mary, land, la building for Wo. Caldwell a. very handaome addition to hla reaidence on Constitution atreet At the rink carnival Miaa Ida Beck held ticket No. 10, which waa the for tunate number that drew the ice eet and ailver goblets. - -. j The platform at the Normal and1 the piano at wich Miss Holmes always pre. aided during chapel exercises were beau, tir...

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. — 11 June 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. JUNE 11. 1885. Blaeasaalt ud Waco Shop a Reading. I hare enlarged mjr shop and now ! two forges, and J . D. Cross, a bone shoer from Virginia. Also wagon abop and bone power with emery wbeel for plow works, and a carriage paint bop- B. Htdeb, Reading. Kansas. Money to Loaa. On farms. On city property. On lire stock at lowest current rales. u uue is ail right you can get your mouey wben you sign papers. A. O. Wharton. War in the machine business bas re , . I .i TT f n . uiieu w wo x.mporia Hardware com pany capturing- uie Household irom Hall Bros, and in the latter in turn cap turing the Domestic from the Emporia uaraware company. Hall Bbob. BTBATKDok broLRH A Tery small Day mare pony; brand "T. W." on leit hip; liberal reward for information lead ing to recoTery. A. E. Buediot, Pleasant HiU Dairy. Diaolntlo ud Co-t-arta.rahlp Notice Emporia, Kan., June 1. 1885. The co-partnership heretofore existing in the insurance, loan and real estate business of J. C. Burnett...

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. — 18 June 1885

f: 1 , " ) r ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1885. VOIj.28 NO. 25, if I. It. Ottawa will bayo "horse" cart. Wichita bad four burglaries Monday and one murder. "All my friends are dying," it the mournful lament of Emperor William "I aoe 'or," exclaimed the lookout tbia morning aa be sighted the French tram port bearing the atatue of liberty. Tell a aot la mournful camber Morrow cam. by eating apple, TIs the man who eau cucumber. Who with keenestaaguuh grapple. The total deficiency occasioned by the New Orleans World's Exposition was $62,318. The Intor-State Sunday School As sembly convenes at Forest Park, Ottawa, Tuesday, June 23. "The sweet girl graduate" largely outnumbered the "callow youth" at the high school commencements this sesson. Now to the pond tne mall boy Me. To 0h for picken-1, peroa and pout. But uoa return with, weeping eye. To nave that riuty book out out. O. A. It. round trip rates to Portland. Maine, from the Missouri river will be $37.50. ...

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. — 18 June 1885

THE NEWS. BY Til 12 NEWS COMPANY. Entered at tbe PMUmt HmwiMiUH SStter. at em ports as PrlM, 9I.au a Year In Advance. Published Every Thursday at Emporia, Lyon County Kumi. TUUltfiDAY. JUNK. 18. 18a5. Bol. Miller' Troy Chief has completed j it twentj-eigtith volume. Five New York daily papers have ex pired within the last twelve month. - The Illinois paper have excluded from their column slurs on Kansas based on the grasshopper plague. Judge David Martin, la the district1 court at Atchison, Thursday rendered an important decision affirming the- consti tutionality of the prohibitory law. Jaff Davis is said to be alarmed at the condition of the country. The country was somewhat alarmed about Jeff Davis twenty years ago, but it has no fears now. In delault of any other criticism, some oi the papers of the state say of AJ. Green's and Iiieat. Gov. Kiddie's Min neapolis Messenger, that it has too much brains in its make-up Hon. J. B. Foraker was nominated ior governor of Ohio at the Repu...

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. — 18 June 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. JUNE 18. 1883. Mr. Lelbtrled, we congratulate you. The doctor ol the mystery was evi dently done up. This u not a cold day far more than about one physician In Emporia . Leibfrlcd baa changed Physicians. I comment ntceaaary ? We rather guess not. The Normal root will be painted and the heatintr apparatus repaired In a tew days . The dignitaries who attenJed com mencement exercise! have all gone home. 'I am lonely to night" are ttie first word of the new song called the ''Fby siclan's Lament." Lewi & Edwards are get'.iog nicely aeltled in their handsome new (juaiters la the IX Thomaa bnilding. A new refreshment stand and ice cream saloon is being erected just north of Mr. Wheldon's drug store. F. Bpraene Is fitting up the central room of the Masonic building with shelving for a new dry goods store. Judge Bacheller recently secured in creases of pensions lor James Taylor, John Black, Martin Collard and Evan Davia. Mrs. Dr. Nellie Porter, or Baltimore, appointed...

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. — 18 June 1885

The news. THURSDAY. JUNE 18. 1883. Nothing Like It. TbA following testimonial is worthy the careful consideration of the afflicted : Dxab Bib: I wish to atate tbat I have been suffering for twenty years with rap ture, an affliction that only those who hare experienced can appreciate the hor rors ot. I hare tried trass alter trass and many kinds oi remedies, and spent some fUOO in money, but to no purpose, as I do not believe they ever did me one nickel's worth of real good, for I grew worse and worse. Though dispairing of ever receiving permanent relief, I was induced to try Dr. I. L. Baediker's treatment only two months ago; and I am happy to state that I have been in this short time so very much benefitted that 1 feel almost a new mas, and scarce know that I am afflicted at all. feel confident that in a short time I will be completely and permanently cored. 1 desire to thus publicly express my grat itude to Dr. ttaediker for turmsbing me with means of escaping from this terri. ble...

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