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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 3 September 1885

4 C Vi A s 1 I; 1 ESTABLISHED IN Cleveland has his Ben Bailer sad Bui liven hU McCaffrey la these later days. Kiuu City wants more ward, the pohtlciaoa over there demand an ln ctosm of flelda lor action. The Chicago Current appears regulrr ly as usual notwithstanding tha efforts of some papers to "kill it off" by ssjlng It suspended week before last. A minister named William Wilson, while attempting to stop a runaway team at Lee Yen worth the other day, was thrown to the ground and received fatal in J axles. Chicago Tribune: The sun of that distinguished beast and Bo Ionian, John L. BalllTsn, has not yet set, but we think we note it in the pugilistic firmament as somewhat west of south. Lowell Times: A down-east fire com pany. In a resolution on a deceased mem ber, sayst "lie bas responded to his last alarm." It's a wonder they didn't add that "he bas gone to his last fire." TheJMlnneepolia Messenger says that a foundry is one of the pressing neces sities of the town wheie the paper...

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. — 3 September 1885

THE NEWS.! friam, Ka.no a In Advaavea. Pnbllahad Kvery Thursday at Emporia, Lyon Coulj Kansas. BY TUB NEWS COMPANY. Kntered at the PoatoSSen Second-Class Matter. at Km porta as THURSDAY. BEPTJ2MBEB 8, 1885. BirDBUCAR COUNTY CONYKNTIOS. There will hs a delegate eonvention ot ths Republicans of Lyoa county at tbs Bins, In tbe city of Kmporia, on Tuesday, the tand day ot September. latS, at II a. id., for tbs purpose of nominating candidate fnr Count Treasurer, Coun ty Clerk, nbsriir. KUlr of Deeds, bupertnteadent of fublto Inttroctton (to nil vscaeev) and Count? surveyor, and to select a ouoty Central Committee. irur tbe adjournment ot tbe said ooenty convention tee delegates la said convention from tue Second anil Third commissionsr.' di.trlete will mset for toe purpose ot nom inating candidates lor commies toners from tbe districts. ' Toe various precincts will be entitled to tbs following representation wbieh Is base! uioa tbe vote east for Secretary of btate Allen at the election ...

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. — 3 September 1885

ri it l; THE NEWS. THURSDAY. 8. 1885. PSUtSQMAT, MKHTlQir. , . a 1 H CIIJ. Miss Flore Brelner, who he been " Piessaat vacation among the "onnuina of Colorado, has returned to her horn near Bitlertown. and stopped mursriaj to Tlait her Em porta tneod. - jor Hood and family returned Thnrscay from Wagon Wheel Gp, where ney enjoyed a deluhUul thouirh brief ojonrn. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clark and a number of other Emporia folk are still In the mountain. ir. u. jf. 8 terry and her threti children, who have been arlovlnir a few. week residence In Colorado, with head. quarters at Colorado bprlng and Weon Wheel uep, returned home Thursday Charley DeMallorie, who has been a faithful cisrk In Ben Wheldon's drug store for the past Are years, baa pur chased the Cunkle drug store at Madison, no is now sole proprietor. Charley clerked for Mr. Cunkle for about four years, and Is well known to the people oi uauison and vicinity. His many menas here wish him abundant success ipiain a. a. Warren arrived ...

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. — 3 September 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. BEPTEUBEii 8,1885. v . Holmes DoMw Will pay the following premiums foi the prodncU named below (crop of 1885) delirered at their real estate office In Emporia: Largest ball dozen ear com. .. . . .$2 00 Beet five poonds wheat 1 00 Beet five pounds oats - 1.00 Best dozen fall apples 1 00 Beet dozen winter applet.; 100 Largest dozen potatoes. 1.00 Largest (ripe) watermelon.. 1.00 Best moslunellon 1X10 Longest cornstsik ... 1.00 Competent and disinterested judges will be selected to sward the premiums, excepting those offered for melons, this part of the program will receive the per sonal attention of the Aim. Im W. Prnya Auctioneer, successor to II. W. Pear. sail. Public sales of all kinds will be given prompt snd careful attention. With an extended experience In the auc tion business, be bespeaks an extensive patronage which be will endeavor to ment or satlalactlon to all customers Ueadaoarters at the Central fUble Km- porta, Kansas. Visit Tstham's store in Kmporls...

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. — 10 September 1885

If lit - g - I . -I Mi II III f HI 11 1 1 r It ESTAULISnED r uny-moe oew cases or amaiiDOx in I Montreal on But unlay. . " I ' The county fairs thus far beta lb the Ule have met with mrkeJ success. Carl Schnr u at the seaside the -Jift of Henry Clay." r riling t ,OUi tiall'g famous Violin was sol J at auction recently for $800. . Marat Ualatead of tho Cincinnati Commurcl&l-GtzwtUi 1, nftv-six years old. William Warner of Kansas City is tier- manent prrtltlent of tUe waterways con. ventioo. - It Is said that the ltepublicana of Maine dueiro that lilaine be a candklale . fur governor. ' -. A European geologist pn dicta that the Dead Sea will be a mans of solid salt thousand years hence. King William will have completed the twenty-fifth year of his reign as king of Prussia on January 2. 1880. The guard of soldiers over Grant's tomb at Riverside will bo continued there till the close of the year. jlalf of the newDpatcrs in the world in plot of numbers ar printed in the EagllBh langu...

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. — 10 September 1885

THE NEWS. IS If TUtt KiuWA COM4" AN Y. Betared a Save PottaOM Himil Ola Matter. a Kan porta as A. B. MKWCOatH . Bvdltor. lrlee, Sl.OO a Yaw la A4tum. rablished Krery Tnnredar as Emporia, THURSDAY. SKPTEMBEK 10, 1885. BtPOBLICAl OOPWTT COM VEKTIOIC. Tbere will be a doleaate convention ot the 'Republican, of loroa raunty at tba lllnk. in tie c7 ei v-wporia, on lucml.r. the ssad day or September. l-5, at n a. m., Sr tba purpose of nomlnating eandhleiea for County Troaaurer, Coun ty uara, onenn. lleiroter or UanU. Superintendent ol fuulie Inatruethin (to ail vacancy) and County Surveyor, sad to Mioot wunT iMiru uonniikc After Ine adjournment or the seM county eoerentloa tne leleat. in said oonyenUon from tbe Seoond ant Third eommlwloneic diatrlets will meat for U puruuee ot aom. Inatlac-eaadMatea for eoatmlMtoaera from the eatd dkairtela. The various preclneta will be ratified to sue louowlna representation which la but t apoa the vole ea.t for Secretary of state a una aa tae election 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. — 10 September 1885

THE NEWS: TUUR3DAY. BSPreilBgB 10, 1885, The Par Place hotel tpuxU m MW register. orepaugbg circus will be hare on the 4lh last. . . The crack io the court boot wall bu t spread one-eir,tiUi of oa inch since yo- ,-tortJ.iy. . ,. ; . , John Fluker now occupies the south loom of hla new building to day with a stock at floor and feed. Ten thooaaoa new railroad ties ban been atored la toe Baota F yards here and ten thousand more are to be ship ped la. ' ' It la mmored that the bicycle dab will , ran the baiee oo their bicycles,, at the Coming came of ball with .the city f-flcjra.-- - A. B. Jottes, of Jones IS roe., ia build ing aa addition t J hia property between Commercial and Mercbrats street on Tenth avenue. - The new deak for the Goolldge hutel ba bean completed and la a beauty. The mirror la the dtek la 3(3x40 Inches, and ot the beat glass. The old plank aidewalk in front of the Illnkle building, on Commercial atreet, waa torn up thia aficrnooo, pre paratory to laying a new atone ...

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. — 10 September 1885

tTHE NEWS: THURSDAY; BKPTKMBJKK 10. 1885. . , c Tb firm of Hitler Welly U UiU day I ' ' dlMolred by eooUal consent, J . E. Wei- -tj retiring, be having aokl bit lulcresl to 8. V. BiUar, Who will ooatlnne the - basines af mhu place, be assuming all ' ; debts 'of the Arm and all debts due aaid firm are parable to blot. Dated this S8di day ol Aofrnt, 1885. ' ' 8. V. BtTLXH, ; "" ' . J. E-WaXTT. - Pvbuo Haxm I will sell at public ale at my farm ' two and a half mllea " aoaitbean of Emporia on Dry creek, on Fjuda. BtniMBii 18. 1885, beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., abarp, the following property; 03 head ot cattle described M followa : 23 cowa and calves, 2 cowa tbt WtlJ aoon ;be treab. 3 mllcb . . cows without calves, 1 dry lat cow, 1 three year bid st'era, S two year old steers, 8 one yesr old steers, 10 two yiar .old hellers, 0 one year old belters, 1 tour - year old boll; -eleven head of bones. ootuiaUog of 5 work none, 3 good work larva, 1 Ave year old bone, 1 four year old mare, 9 thr...

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. — 17 September 1885

L l-' :y-'Vj&f' :r-::- r.r. ! nm7t'-:r::r - - . ..'.., , . ..' " "". , , , , . - .-. v:.. , - I :r::v r ::.:.:' r.wr ' ':''Ai.;-- jujy N;MJfZilA: V V " .-V : . ' ., EST A TJ T.TftTTTT'T TTT 1 ri i ' ' 11 " ' ' l"'"''""""" " ' " - ' ' i .---'---- :. EMPQI?IA;;KAiNSASv THURSDAY -SEPTMffp ir icq, . . ... M acbool DODulfttinn n CT...... (. 411.000. .'ZJ: taembera. : " ' - --.Wttemotmtt)ft70,000. Ihe ctuemea to rmott.: from th IndUn Terrltorr. Tom Anderson, mnsiciao.x-poeli r -nupoiiuctea now finds enaph In , Tn ... br Hetitm . ) eoapteymcBt hjuiu(m( s now m&kiDg a ip Trom Lawrence, .Kansas, to ' Man hattan on the placid, waters of th9r EH Some of toe Kansas; ioM .tiat claiming an unreasonaWe" poponoTorf , - -J , It iieatim&uvl tb ik. -,. . v, the southern slates Tor 1885 will show an locrease of 86,000,000 bu.hels over the - Elaborate prepjrsuons are Ulog niade for the soldiers' and sailors reunion ai . . ' "K,nnn8 Hcptembtr m and Tw hundred French-Can adian nper tiTce emplo...

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. — 17 September 1885

THE NEWS. BY TUB NKWa COMfAMY. towwd at tb FatatoWa a etsaporta aa JmhiI-OIm Muur. , A. H. KIHOOHH. Fries), I.ao a Ini la Advance. Pabllahed Every Thnrsday at Emporia, Lyon County Ktnm. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 17,185. BEPPBL1CAK COPWTT CqNTKMTIOI. There will be a utUiaate eonventlen of the Bepubllcans of Lyon county at the Kink, la the city ot Emporia, ea Tuesday, lira. Had day of September. !. at II a. m., for toe purpote ot nominating eaadiilatet for Count Treasurer, Coun ty Clerk, sheriff. Kevlster of Ltools, ttuperluteadeat of fublio Instruction lo Oil vacancy) ami County surveyor, anil to elect a County Central Committee. Alter tbe adjournment or the laid county convention tee delegates In tatil convention from the second and Third commissioners' districts will meet for the purpose ol nom. tnatlnc candidates lor commissioner from the ald districts. The various precinct will be entitled to the lollotrlnc representation which la baael npoa the vote east for Secretary of btate Ailea a...

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. — 17 September 1885

1 ) 'HE NEWS. " - mocn it, VSS9. Tha Normal U receivirur t uuy. There U minor that a new mail ccacs. will be placed en the Howard train on Ml IBS. V " lir . . v. w. rearce naa accepted a poal. w,l . tr. Hill In the Bargain wra. Tom Dclany will open a boot and shoe tore at No. Hi Commercial street on 20lh lost. MUa Eva Cooltcr of Anthony baa re- turned to the Normal and will eater the eaior class. t)w1iiht Bill haa ordered twenty car loads on anthracllo coal by telegraph from Wllkesbarre, 1'enoaylvsnia. Wtn. N. Stanley baa ihe tbanka of thia 'office for aome floe large peaches from nig farm four miles north of Emporia. We are requested by Mri. Carpenter, lae city librarian, to elate that there Will be no change in the library hours juriog tnespreaeni month. A. handsome bust or Ueoeral Grant is exhibited at Qaloer'a drug (tore. The bast waa presented by the ''National Ksvorite" cigar company. The present enrollment at the Normal t the close ol the first week's work U 481, which ia abo...

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. — 17 September 1885

THE KriNEWS. THURSDAY. bWJEMBKU 17 . Blarney I MouftVHaMrlll OTer,i;Vjdictida..'ptt nucy.,T', VrVe will loan f(a eimy cheeper -i ban ever aad pay tt to yen. wiieat you aign lbs mortgage.. No extra Charges'. No com Btiaaiuo. No trouble A'ay it back wheo yen waa-to... You-tmj internet ud pnneiewl to-mporle, that U good eooafh for to. '.ThU -old. re!tTle? Joan offloe Im been here longer thin any other, ud always mtrm a; tsfsct ton. We loan oof owantnoney;' .'" 1 " T ' Wakrb Jfc Habrison, " No. 170 Oommereiel street, east-aide. The Central Lpaa aad- Land jCo the oldest moetfy loanlocc' concern u the county, always lends tf money at the lowest rate of Interest .plttsinahle in the state, and on any kind. o time yon wish. Closes loana the day yon apply if secorl ty and title Uall right... X extra or nn expected charges.,... Interest , payable here. Tom BAXavAfaw vrith- flood water and timber; CO 'acres bottom, balance slope land; a parr iO-fcimivtlou and fenced ; wnatr fraKjo"d walling. ' ...

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. — 24 September 1885

"tort, 1: dm J: H i4 tfff 1-2 II f I II I & I 1-3 1-3 IJ I . E SEP I.:V 1 t! V, i ESTABLISHED IN 1857. The New York paper are atlll harp ing on the yacht race. The finest varieties of rapee for vin tage are selling ia CalUoroia for t?9 a ton. ibe new pottmrver at Ms r.ville, Kansas, b bad bla offioe robr 1 of $2,000. judge txauuer XUsve. the ablest judge In Virginia end a Ttry able Jurist, indeed at 80 years. The treetci in ihoTuburba of Bal timore, Maryland, are being tun very successfully with electro motor. Thi electric motor baa teen tried in the elevated roada In New York and baa proven a success. Measures have been taken to make the application generrl t j all the linen in that city. The not rd Johnny Hktr, who seven yeara ago lived In San Francisco and was worth ten million of dollars, died in that city laat week in a auto of desti tution, and not worth a nickel. Dimips tton did it. AcMm Patriot: Toptka ia getting to be a great city. According to iU pop nl ttioo it has ui...

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. — 24 September 1885

THE NEWS. r-rtnn, l.ft m Ya Pnbllah Inqr Tnnraday Kmporla, 1.70a Co maty THURSDAY. BEPTEMBEll 24. 1885. Grain thierea are rampant in Ohie. Fifty thousand, people at the Kansaa CUy fair on Thursday. Even the economical New York Bun gvn ten colnmna to the yacht race. Tbe KaniM City fair, which opered nnder flatterins auspices, continnea to be a great anoceaa. It la a requirement of young lady teacher In Virginia that they ah all hare patted the clcgling age. Indiana has eight corn starch factories and product! one-third of all the starch consumed In the United State. John L. Bullivan is said to hare made and squandered the asm of 1 157,000 alnce ho began hia career as a pugilist It has bren computed at the treasury department that tbe real bullion mine of the standard silver dollar Is 79 7-10 cents. The question ot prohibition versus high license la agitating the state of Mew York from center to circumfer ence. There are 49,000 fourth-class post, offices In the United States. Thus far...

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. — 24 September 1885

r. J r .SCELE NEWS V THURSDAY. BEPTBMBER 24. iw I. A. Baud it tha happy rather of lorea pound girl. '"."DucpnoraaoaTamllr went to varuora UMUy. What has become of tha once famous youog men's clubT Stoaais being dreaaed lor a new walk Ho Commercial atreet. 11. neuter haa aold hU bakery eaub iianment to Helt & Boorey. ti. v. rrania la bnlldlog a neat cot- Uge at No. 142 Mechantca street N. W. Brewer la the happy father of a , faandaome little jrirl of tea pound weight. The Emporia deak company are mak. lag a haodaome hotel deak tor the Kin neacah hotel. 1M Honday school lnstituts held at Sartford Thoraday waa not very large. tjeiieaaea. Major C. Hood haa eea appointed director of tbe Lear en worth Grant mon ument fund. The north room or John Kluker'e new building, on Merchants street, la being muM up tor a millinery store. Barnaul i.J wards, who haa boon very aick with trphold fever, baa anfflciently recovered to out again. Judge Qrarea la preparing to build handsome residence in ...

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. — 24 September 1885

- s i THE NEWS. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 24. 1885. BY THE SKWa COMPAXY. Eannd a the I'd m ttaapetria. a Heonatl-ClaM Matter. A B. N ICW COM M . Public 8alk I wllf ten it public mIo at my farm, live mile noitbeast oi Emporia aad tbree mile east of the Well acbool house, oo . TUESDAY, SlTTSJaBKB 20, 1885. beginning at 10 o'clock a. m-. sharp, the following property: 20 head of two- year old teen, 8 bead of cow witb calve by tbelr atde, 9 yearling he if erg, 100 head of stack hogs, 8 head of hone and 4 colts, 1 bait Norman stallion, 7 year old, weigh 1,200, 1 half Clyde. dale stallion, 7 year old, weigh 1,500 15 acre of good corn, Hapgood riding plow, some household goods, and other article too numerous to mention. terms or Bale The bogs and steer will be sold for each ; on the other prop erty a credit of 9 months will be given, without interest oa all sums over $10 if paid when due; if not so paid, to draw it per cent Interest from date. Good bankable pnper required. Five per cent off for ...

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. — 1 October 1885

f ' ' 41: U V I 1: 9 1 . I 1 I I I I I I I I 4.- IE. ESTABLISHED I he Urant monument fund in New York city ku crept op to $83,411.08. M. Chcvreul, the celebrated chemist. nas abandoned drinking at the age of iwi yean. Gen . W. T. Sherman (Old Tecumseb) U getting oat a new edition ot hit me moirs, made necessary, he tblnki, by the tieatn or Ueueral Urant. Boston baa a new colored prima don na, who Ukea upon herself the euphooi. oua nameot Jttme. Mane Sehka. She is Mia 10 m very talented. On her return to the American stage. October 12, MI as Mary Anderson will Assume the character ot Rosalind. 8 be will appear tf the Btar theater. New jura. Drag firms In Philadelphia represent, log capital of $50,000,000, hare united in a petition to Secretary Manning ask. ing the retention ot Dr. W. W. Lamb as inspector oi arugs tor that city. Mrs. Sarah Jenifer, a colored woman, who died in Washington; D. C. on the 23d mat , was 113 years of age. She was born in Prince George county, Maryland. as 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. — 1 October 1885

'HE NEWS. Tar THB NEWS COMPANY, U. PmIoMm a Staaaorla as i. it, xtwooaa. ....Kdltor. Prisa, !, a ts ' la aevs 'aeHsSse1 Iwr Taareday at Kaaporla, Iyoa Caaaty Kaaaaa. THURSDAY. OCTOBKK 1. 1885. Ex Senator Roscoe Cockling baa Jut Cursed from two month' trip to Eu- ope, much ImproTed in health. J Xsdame Salomon, the Freoch wile of is DiacK president oi we rcpuouc 01 Uvtl, U said to be a most effective im promptu pablio speaker. The am ail pox haa croaaed the Canadl. a line and reached Mew York city, but p board of health of that metro poll f they hare been watching for it ap pearance and that they feci abundantly "bis to atamp it oat. Donnon B. Eaton, chairman of the J ril service commiaslon, haa placed hi aelgnatioa In the bands of the president .Tie Utter In accepting it takes occasion reiterate bis adherence to the princi ple of civil service reform. Oar leading exchanges from the great jprnmerclal centers ot the country com ns laaea wiu statistical articles on Jis business prospect...

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. — 1 October 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER I, 1885. FORBPADGffS FINEST. THE. GRtAT. SHOW WITNESSED AN IMMENSE AUDIENCE. BY Veople Corat Thirty and Forty Miles to Bee the Sights. A Fine Day, a Great Circus ami No Bain. FESHOHAL MBrTTIOlt. 1 6 i, V X V 1 1 The attract! re power of that great American institution the circa 1 only equalled by the scale of magnitude upon which they are conducted in this day end generation. From the eawdaat ring of long ago with iu blatant bras band, half a dozen red wagons and medi- ocrt performera have been evolved the mammoth aggregations of carioattiea mod exponent of the gymnastic and equestrian arts that we are accaatomed to now, culminating tn circa entertain ments of magnificent and glittering splendor that e quarter of e century ago woold hare been astounding to the abow patrons of those days. Among the few who have attained the height of public popularity and excellence is Adam yorepaogn, . and in his colos sal aggregation of this seaton the veteran manager ha...

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. — 1 October 1885

THE NEWS.I THURSDAY. OUTOBEIt 1. 1885. Public Balm.! will offer for s&lo tt my farm at Foster Springs, on Allen wwek, thirteen mil north of Emporia, OB - Wednesday. Oct. 14, 1885. commencing at 10 c'clock a. m., the fol lowing property, lo-wlt: Seventeen head or year Inn steers, 35 bead of good milch cows, 25 head of calves, half of which are leers, 11 two-year old heifers, 8 head of yearling heifers, 1 thoroughbred ball 4 years old. withfpdiKree. bred by Ham, titans' ot Kentucky. 10 brood sows with pigs, 00 head of stock hogs, 1 good work norse, l spring wagon, 1 feed wairon. 1 riding cultivator, 1 double stalk cutter, 1 cider mill, some household goods and ower articles too numerous to mention. terms I he lat cows and yeaillng steers wui do sold for cash ; on the bal anca oi ma property a credit of ten mootha will be given on all sums over f 10, without interest, If paid when due; u not so paid, 10 per cent will te charged from da to. Good bankable pa per will be required. Fiv...

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