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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 25 June 1885

k 1 as if IV 11 A if n I I 1 T Urn 'i -V j' i in i it U n o a o 8 t or f u u b a X 5 ii v. Si t i i i LP ESTABLISHED Democratic organs speak of tho lata ununuasioner of the agricultural depart. "cut aa a politclan who ran to teed. twenty-seven counties in Kansas re. port the wheat crop now being harvest, ed as much better than was anticipated , , It U atatad thai President Cleveland has mad about 2,000 appointments. It is still a long ways to the Democratic mlllenlu . The storm at Kansas City Saturday oignt toppled over some of her old btuldlngs, but Idea it takes but a very UUe wind to (all c otaln houses in that city. Wellington has the names of its van ous streeU neatly blazoned on tho fence corners. A good idea that ought to be earned out by Emporia and other Kan as towns. ine war department has information that there are no "boomers" in Oklaho ma. They are camping about as near the line, however, as the law will allow awaiting development!. The Missouri l&epublicaa say that...

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. — 25 June 1885

THE NEWS. lrloe, $1.60 a Tear In Advance. Published Every Thursday at Emporia, Lyon County Kaneaa. THURSDAY. JUNE. 23. 1880. Henry W. Klair was re-eloctcd to the United State senate last week from New Hampshire. "Applicators" la the new word coined to designate a class ot regular customers at the drag stores. "Fresh iced buttermilk" is the In. Yijtorating beverage dealt over the cher ry counters of Atchison bars. The Texas SiftToKS deflnca an "offen sive partisan" as a Republican who is holding an office wanted by a Demo crat. As the authorities have decided to bold no state fair this year the Bismarck exposition promises to bu the big show of the season. The Philadelphia Timed says that there is to be a Poker Congress, and the Chicago Current says m that event, better stay out. The Atchison pHers aro making war on the pig-pens in the city. The pork business at Atchison stems to havu nu merous drawbacks. Larned Chronoscope : What a time the administration would have bail with the "o...

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. — 25 June 1885

THE STEWS. THURSDAY. JUNE 25. 1885. Dr. Stover baa decided to 'remove to California. . . 'K I : , Win. Addis baa sold bii fla aorrel driving steed to nolderman Broe. tor 200. . ' i - . i 8 . A. Brown & Co., bay J art pnt In a foundation for a new office on the cor ner ol Sixth avenue and Constitution. a , John Fogle, who baa been cod fined in the county jail charged with breaking into Clapp'a restaurant,hs been released. Senator Plumb baa Just bad bit resi dence newly painted; greatly improving ita appearance. The work waa done by W.B. Van. The case of Griffith & Ewing vs. E. Hamilton waa decided in favor of the plalntiffi, and Judgment rendered in the ansa of 250. , , . . The case ot the Bute va. Randolph & Randolph waa decided in favor oi the state and a fine of five dollars fixed upon the defendants. ... The horse of Willie Knox and the ide. livery horse of Thomas & Jooea were aeverely cat by a barb wire fence in the north part of town. A charter waa iaeutd recent...

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. — 25 June 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. JUNE 25. 1885. ' XaUUa; 1.1k It. Ths following testimonial is worthy tbe careful consideration of tbe aril icted : Dbab 8ie: I wish to taIo that I Lure been salTerior for twenty years whu rup. tare, an affliction that only luoao wnu have experienced can appreciate tue Lor rore of. I hare tried tras aiter ti aw And many kinds ot remedies, aud sptnt ome $JOO in money, but to uo purpose, s I do not bellevj tbey ever did me one (ticket's woi.b of real feood, for I ftrew . worse and worse. Tboutrb dmpiirlog of over receiving permanent relief, I wa induced to try Dr. D. h. Sued:!; treatment only two moo. u ago; and I am bappy to state that I bave t -en :o this short time so very uiacn t otfl. ca that I feel almost a new mau, sud SL-a.-ce know that I amalllicted tit ti. 1 i.l confident tbat in a snort t:ine 1 w.ll completely and r umaneaily cu.ed. I desire to thus publicly express in grat. itade to Dr. Buediker for tu-a suing me witb means of escaping; from tuls len i 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. — 2 July 1885

Stats Historical SoclsU H H ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUXY 2, 1885. VOL. 28 NO. 27. ,1t rf,T k I7 . HI T m a' viuiimn una gone w r.uroit-. i inuAi,Ui . ON TUB England and German ere gelling sweet on each other. Milwaukee came to the front Willi a prize fight last evening. Texas U getting tabu i mighty cult coautry fur hone thieve. It baa been figured oat that Clay coun ty baa 1,450 milea of wire fence. Look oat now for an immigration lot the nortn of Tezaa horse thieves. The collector of the port of Mew York receives an annual salary ol $12,000. It la said that the doral offering Victor Hugo's funeral cost $500,000. at Berkowitz seems to be striking con. steroatlon among the Chicago board of trade men. Hon. Charles Francis Adam is seri ously ill at bis residence In Quincy, Mas sachusetts. Ottawa, Topek and working earnestly for Orphans' home . 1 Dorado are the Soldier's The Lawreuce Journal is still edited at Kaosaa City or St, Loult, by the patent plate fellow...

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 July 1885

THE NEWS. BY Til IS NEWS COMPANY. Enteral at tha Poataanae a at m porta aa Htonxl-CUn Matter. Prion, $I.0 a Taw la AeWa f abllshed Every TUumday at Emporia, Iyoa Coasty Kaaaaa. THURSDAY. JULY 2. 1885. Bully for Parvard. Poor old. Yale. The Harvard bojra were right on their mnacle. A female bra bajid play the d antics" at Mt. GUead, Ohio. Street car began running oa Broad wr, New York City, this week. Council Grove ud Newton are get ting op a big boom for the Fourth. The Princes of Wales i aa amateur photographer, for amusement and re creation. Kansas never bad acn an lmincDo crop of oat as her productive soil turning out this season. l The wheat crop ot Kansas will be about one-fourth better thin was ex pectod three or four week ago. Our esteemed cotemporary should take a dona or two or strong soothing syrup and a few quarts of bile twans. Kansas City ha now about five thous and dollar worth of public work under contract against nearly a half a million dollars worth Ibis time last y...

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 July 1885

THE NEWS. THUK8DAY. JULY. 8. 1865.' . XL. ulili shipped car of flue wool u Philadelphia Thursday. Fred AtchUon haa taken a nnaltion with Bmith & Ringla as delivery man. Thn two drunk arrested Wednesday, war found guilt and fined f 5 each and cost. A new deputy aheriff, known aa Dep. Oty Worcealer, Jr., haa been added to the lore. The Mexican editora had a gorgcoua time a Topeka. TheCapltal'a account fllla a page. . Mrs. M. U. Hart, at 121 Union street, ia baying her residence handsomely painted by W. B. Vail. ) The simple assertiona of some paper re very Inconsistent with matter con tained in their telegraph columns. C. W. Squires la drawing the plans and specifications for a neat two-atory achool house for White City, Morris county. - "A Header" never wrote bat one ar ticle for Una paper but abowa the in. valuable newspaper quality of "sizing up" facta aa they actually exist. Solomon Tyrell, lately from Superior, Nebraska haa taken a chair at the barber shop of Dan Ingram. Mr. ...

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 July 1885

THE NEWS. THUllSDAY. JVLY. 2. 1605. Firework. T. W, Murphy Is headquarters fur firework, having tbu largest and meet varied lino ever brought to this city EeeMee Uie usual supply of fire crackers. both !r;e aod small, torpedoes', pio whenls, triangles, rockets, ltimaa can. diem, etc. be bat a good suppl yDf larger piece, such ait colored alar mines, floral brtnbs, miniature bnlsis. gailopades, silver glories, ch ipleta of kmc, etc. . lie mulct tpucial rales that are iry liberal to clubs or neitshborhottdg who Stay make selection Iroin bis stuck for private display. This line is all id col. ore. and a finer aseorlinrnl Is seldom shown In Emporia. It will pay yon to see bis stock, Brat door south of Emporia National bank. I will sell at public auction at my rts idence on 143 creek, two mil'.-s south ot Alien post office on Wednesday, July 15, at 10 o'clock a m. the following proper ty to-wit: Ten head of work horses, 2 geldings and H marcs, two with colts by their sides, 1 Wild Air an...

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 July 1885

Sl.Vorleat S8CWUT 9ate V V ESTABLISHED IK 1857. EMPOSIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUL.Y 9, JL8S5. VOL.. 28 NO. 28. I j ! ft -. S' . '.V ... Topeka, with it additions, liu 30.118 people. In ChlHrSouHTAmerlcthe street car conductor are women. Fourth of July casualties narkable few thia year. were re- There is much talk of two more rail road Hoes between 8:. Loula and Kansas City. Oyer 400,000 subscriptions have al ready been received for General Grant's book. Tbe 1 Dorado Diily Jupiter is one of tbe latest attempts in the newspaper Hoe. Kansas City will have a new board of trade building at the corner of Eighth and Wyandotte. Sam Jones: lie honest and pay your debts. There are too many men la the church boarding with their wives. It took two policeman to each of a dozen pretty girls to escort a car along Madison street in Chicago Friday. Alabama has a Jctae James named Itcnfros who his been creating great consternation bat h is finally bern captured. "Komao None" is now on a good reservation...

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 July 1885

1 THE NEWS. BY THE NEWS COMPAIiY. iff Watered as taa PoatuOlo bswsm1-4J1s Matter. a Kmporia as I Prlsa. $I.BO a Vawr la ilium. . ' Pabtlsasxl Every Thursday at Kmporia, I.jroa Csutj Kual. TUUIWDAY. Jl'LY 0. 18S5. The national debt is $1,485,24,143. . The Kmperor William of Germany, who U now very ill, is 87 yean old. il 1:1 "The Pirate of Penzance" and the "Chimes of Normandy" are again doing BtLoaU. Hugh Conway1! "Dark Day" will be produced as a play at New York In Septem bur. A horticultural paper says one of the best ways of preserving cherries is to keep the small boys off. Bay, 4s it tbe "web" worm or the "wet" worm ? Marlon Ilecord. "Web," and with one'b" onlr. lion. Ruben El wood, member of con frrcss from the Fifth district of Illinois, died of cancer yesterday at his home in Sycsmore. . The total number of new casts ot cholera reported from the iofected dis tricts in Spain, is, according to tc-day's telegrams, 1,427. The total number of deaths is C80. Senator Iogalls is at ...

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 July 1885

1 . v 1 V - M -THE NEWS. THURSDAY. JULY. 9. 1885.. Miss Fannie and 8. B. Riggs are vis iting in Chicago. A small child of Charley Jones, who drives one of Idleman's dray wagons, died Monday and waa buried Tuesday at 4 o'clock. Ilia Dixoo desires that thoae parties who are willing to take boarders or roomera for the teacher Institute, report to her through the mall aa toon aa posai ble. Mr. Will F. Coole came to Emporia yeaterday from Keokuk, Iowa. She met her husband at thla point and they hare decided to make Emporia their future home. . A dog bcloogiog at Gilchriat'a stables caught fourteen rata in twenty -nine min utes laat week. The Term in ran out of the raia Into the barn and were picked up at a lively rate by the 'dog. W. K. Irwin's alater, who lives at Columbus, Ohio, was recently married to Henry W. Clark, a traveling aalea- man for Bonder & Bright. Will Irwin, who is now east, waa present at the wed ding. Woong, Lee, who runa the popular Chinese laundry, says hia up st...

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 July 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. JULY. 9. 1885. I will tell at public taction "et my res idence on 142 creek, two miles soma of Alien post office on Wednesday, July 13, at 10 o'clock a. m. the following proper ty to-wit: Ten bead of work horse. S geldings and 8 mares, two with colts by their sides, 1 Wild Air and 1 Archer. 3 filly, 1 horse three years old. 2 filly and 2 half ponies, two years old, S yearling colts, 2 ot them Wild Air colts, 2 cows, 2 two-year old heifers, 3 two-year old steers, 8 yearling steers. 8 yearling hell ers 3 sows, 1 farm wagon, 2 stirring plows, 1 riding plow, 2 barrows, 2 culti vators, 8 set harness, 1 mower, 1 Wood reaper, 1 fanning mill, 100 bushels of corn- Terms ot sals All sums under f 10, cash ; all sums over $10 a credit ol twelve months jriven on bankable paper with 10 per cent interest. Fire per cent dis count for cash. James Johbs. Mohj. Money to loan on real estate, live stock and olhsr good cbattle mortgage security. Motes bought. Pilkihs & 8islkk, Bro...

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. — 16 July 1885

I : S. lTlc JtaW PROPEHTY ESTABLISHED IN 1857. K3CC EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUL. Y 16, 1885. VOIi. 28 NO. 29. - - - : : .. ',.'. O'Tm..-. i ii . ii .... r . .. , . - - . - ;; : -w.ui--- .... .. . . . .. '; i " ,1 it Wilkle Collins Is Tory 1. Rose Cleveland, the president's sisttr is 39 years of age. John Roach la oat at lack. . He en deutly did not build better than he knew. Lowe stands high m a successful ap plicant for tbe United Stales manual hip. Tbe New Orleans World' Exposition buildings and machinery were sold to day for $175,000. The t Ism blowers' anions of Pennsyl vania bay spent $75,000 la support of s souths strike. The dispatches to-dsy say that tbe lone continued drouth In the southern provinces of Russia baa completely ruin ed the crops la that section. Montgomery Schuyier.the new editor of Harper's Weekly, la nearly always "in the saddle.' When be leaves bis sanc tum It Is to take a horse-beck ride. Tbe Prince ot Wales baa stopped his rail Mall Gazette and the pri...

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 July 1885

THE NEWS. BY THIS NEWS COMPANY. Frio. $I.M a Ya rakllafca I7 Tfcnrnday a 1 i porta. Lye Ceuty 1 THURSDAY. JULY 18. 1865. Egypt la in bard atralta. The Indian massacre has been cred. maasa- The city of Cofreyvlllo tors. haa nociedi- Marion offers bonaa of $3,500 for a good hotel. 1 Mahdi la dead. England drawa long breath. The county of Cowley la in debt aa far aa the Mw aliowa. Bam Jonea: The dude look aa If be waa melted and poured into hi pants. Ilia calculated that 40,000.000 eggs are tued in the United Btatee daily. The Burlington liepubllcen published a creditable edition daring the day a of the flooda on the Neosho. "Mow the wealthy aucluit wearetn Oa bla head a common straw. WhUa hi Junior elark appeaietli la a nobby Mackinaw." Hoaton Courier: Owl la the name of an Jaat Boaton young man. When he goea to ace hla girl ha haa an object In lew to wit: to. woo. Topeka la ladeed in hard atralta finan cially if abe moat cat off the approprl tiona to ran the free public library, aa l...

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 July 1885

tCHE NEWS. A MATTER l)W DUUTW THURSDAY. JULY. 18, MmImI White now soma new nut of bias. A m broom factory bw been started No. 00 Commercial street. When man goes back on hla written agreement what la bis word worth? Newa please aaawer. When a man ia bankrupt and dellber- porta a hand-1 atciy riolatas bis written contract, what ia be worm ? newt pleaae anawer. The Newa bad the cheek to charge the Good Templara for a notice of their nodal. The lodge by formal vote agreed w pay ii in pennies ier several mem- appreciating what numerooa gratuitous faTora they receive at the bands of Thb Nbws, bat mast openly insult as in their meetings we earnestly I treat that they will not aeek the patron age of the public through the medium of a paper for which they show such slight-appreciation. Dr. R. T. Whittlesey has a veterinary hers bad expressed their contempt tor a office alD. W. Morris drag store. SZZJ1! ?v. f0 and nrrow - minded. A paper that ia mean enough Charley Chambers ia building a bou...

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 July 1885

5CHE NEWS. THURSDAY. JULY, 10. 1885. AaMriau UaAina; Fndii. No more isliures in baking 11 you uae the American Baklov Pawdar which is absolutely para' arid- guaranteod in eyey respect. For price address Amer ican Baking Powder company, Emporia, Kansas. Box 855. . - Money to loan on real estate, live slock and other good cbaltle mortgage security. Notes bought. Fujuxs & Bisleu, Brokers. Oflioe removad to Fifth avsoua and joistog tun pone national Bank on the west , Itch cored in thirty minutes by Wool, ford's sanitary lotion, This nTerfaU8. warranted by M. U. Cat on. druggist, Emporia, Kansas. I he central Loan and Land Co., the oldest money loaning concern in the county, always lends its monvy at the lowest rates of interest obtainable in the tale, and on any kind ot time you wish. Closes loans the day you apply if accuri- ty and title is all right. No extra or an expected charges. Interest payable here. i'Waty ef Maaey lo loan on I arm property on loogor abort time on easy term...

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 July 1885

t ' m - is . . -- .'f .. -I i j .7 ; ESTABLISHED IN 1857. EIPORIA, KANSAS, THUBSD AY, tftTLY 23, 1885. YOIi. 28 NO. 30. - - w . rV 1 ! 1 m 'tft it: "Keep your eye open." Burglar are numerous t Manbat- The doWtt. Michigan etrikera are quieting "Father" Jardlao ha gone east Irom Kiow City. ' The Bt, James block at OofTeyTllle haa been destroyed by Are. Chicago la to hare anew one cent daily paper. The Bon, September 1st. It ta a Wire man that a tick to Mahone down in "old Vlrginny." little Prof. Ad ami, the newly elected presi dent of Cornell University, haa accepted. Mia Cora Clark of Leaven worth la aid to be the belle of Saratoga tbia sca-aon. Ilatcbloaon baa raised the $35,000 -called for by the reformatory and baa deposited the cash In hank. John A. Pulaski, a Wkhlta fruit and grocery merchant, assigned Monday. labilities, $3,000; assets, $1,000. Thii total assessment of property In Kansas, lea Pratt and Stafford counties not yet reported, is $247,371,045. Haven business bouses w...

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 July 1885

THE NEWS. II Y TUB NEWS COMPANY. Kntarad a tha fMloHIM a ttaaporlak aa Pries, $1,50 ftu la Ad.aaee. FubllalseSl Every Thursday a JEanporia, Lyoa Co am 1 7 Kum. THURSDAY. JULY 23. 1883. The "exhibitors ol (lie coming L Louis exposition are arranging for tbelr dis play. - - When MarkUopkins first became a professor In Williams College hu salary was only $700 a year.. Topeka la Infested with burglars atfain, wbo steal d'.amond shirt studs sod wearing apparel. The question of taxing places where liquor is sId $33 per month is at pres ent under discussion at Wichita, It is quite safe to say that none of Mrs. Vice 'President Hendricks hus band's actions have any political signifi cance. Th St. Louis A Emporia railroad be tween Hound City and rie&santoo is do tag a sjood business. The earnings during July were $2,000. Next to the crop of candidates for the Upanlsh mission, this country Is going to turn out this season about the biggest surplus ot outs ever sprouted. The Chicago Tribune...

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 July 1885

THE NEWS. TIIUR3DAY. JULY. 23. 1885. PEBSOHALMUTIOH, C. C. Busier, formerly of Emporia U now at Loa Angelo, California. II. H. Back waiter, of 8lonx City, Iowa, is In the city ana will probably locate a loaa office at this place. lira, a N. Bterry and children atarted last week for Colorado Springs, Colora do, for a visit of several weeks . Mrs. C. 8. Ileald baa returned from Minneapolis, Kansas, where ah baa been for two or three weeks transacting business. Mrs. Waldo Carter, who baa been via lting ber parents. Mr. and Mra. D. F. Moon returned last Friday to ber home in Garden City. The News office acknowledges a Tory pleasant call last week after tbe college exercises from Rev. F. 8. McCabe, D. D, ofTopeka. Dr. McCabe spoke very highly of Emporia and of her newspa per enterprise. W. T. HcCarty has returned from Colorado, where he waa called on legal business. While there he visited Den ver, Maoltou, Grand Canyon of tbe Ar kansas, Clear Creek Canyon and other places of interest The...

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 July 1885

Ml THE NEWS. TilUUdOAY. JULY. 23. USH. COLLEGE CEREMONIES. THE CORNER STONE OF THE COLLEGE OF EMPORIA LAID THIS EVENING. "With Appropriate AdJreimo and Exer ci Bef.ttlng The Event, Which Presagia m Hunt Proinfriiig Institution. Review if the Wo;k Already Ione and that Now Programing. The Kemirks of Bey. Dr. McCabe aud Her. J. D. lit witt The Btone Put in Place by Senator Plumb. LAY1MO TUB VOBMEB BTOMC from Thursday's Pally. A year or two ago the college site seemed almost a mile from the edge of the City, but now one scarcely leaves the city limits until the college ground are catereu. it would De but an Idle Uke ol worda to describe the excellent and beautiful aiteaa such an interest has been taken In the building that few r.i oar cillscns have not at least visited the ground. We bad often heard during the past few days that work on the building was being rapidly pushed for ward, bat had no - conception tor the rapid progress of the masonry and other work until the ground were visi...

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