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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 8 October 1885

6rt Historical Society ! W ' M fr 1 141-4 -1 r ifi it )' ESTABLISHED IN 1857, EMPORIA, KANSAS, THTJESDAT, OCTOBER 8, 1885. VOJj. 28 NO. 41 e i r t 1 ) 1 i I '- 1 This seem to b More tlm. ; The mayor has aerwtnrnedt ' Severe frotia hav been experienced ia eevaral of the middle tod western states, especially Iowa. The posthumous work of Hngh Con. way, the great novelist and author of "Called Back," are eooa to be published. The political pot beginning to boll vigorously everywhere. It la when It boila the bardeet that it elope ;,over the Senator Cnllom ot Illinoia says he haa Siren up making apeechea at county fairs, aa he ftnda himself much better ap preciated when he U fastening the bloe ribbon on the premium tat stock, and the operatioa le lee laborious. The recent elections throughout France hare molted in a gain to the conservatives of sixty seau in seventeen out of eighty-fire department. The cod. aervallve bare alao defeated two cabi. net minister! and made a second ballot nece...

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. — 8 October 1885

ft. 1 - 1 THE KEWS. BY THK KEWH COMPANY. avaaporla aa Ssseaii-OUsss Watff. A. St. MIWOOKB. .Koitor. lrtee. !. radtllsnew. Ircry Tnnraday a Kaaporta, I.van Cnnnty KaasaS. THUBaDAY. OCTOBfitt 8. 1885. ANNOUNCEMENT. Wa dealre to MM to oar patrons and tha public generally that Mr. F. P. Mac- Lennaa has disposed of taia Interest In the Enroni. Daily and Wmkly Niwi and News land office to Mr. A B. New- comb and will retire from the paper, leaving Mr. Newcomb by mutual con est aa editor and sole proprietor. K. B. Nnwooxn. . Fkask P. MacLxhnas. -. EnrotUA, Kaoa .'Oct 8. 1883. Th oolite force of London numbora about 13,000 oao. . Tba posthumous works of Hugo Con way, the great novelist and author of "Called Back," ara soon to be published. Btatistics show that from March 1st to September 1st, 1883. 530,000 more hoga were packed In the west than in the corresponding pariod of 1884. Mr. Henry M. Btanley. the African ex plorer, has at length settled down in London, and will berealter, It is sai...

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. — 8 October 1885

I THE NEWS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 8. 1885. A CARP. It U announced elsewhere to this issue that my connection with Thb Nbws hat osaaed, I wUh to take Una opportunity of extendieg my Bloom thanks for tiie many courtesies extend ms by the pat. ' tom of this paper daring tbs patt eight years of my association with ThiHiwi, and aaaare ihm many warm friends I hare found among the nbecribera that tbey are held la grateful remembrance. Fxaxk P. MacLxxhaji. Ool. Felghaa addressed the solders at Topeka Taesday . . A small tousle room for a restaurant and oonfectlonery stand Is being con structed J art south of the railroad on Commercial street. H. H. Bock waiter will move his loan office to the rooms in the block now oc . copied by the Y.M. C. A. as soon as the latter move to their new quarters In the Pinker property. 8. Fish was tried before Justice Payne Wednesday for assaulting his Wlte. lie wss lound guilty and fined $20 and coats, bat being anable to pay bis fine is now held In custody by th...

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. — 8 October 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 8. 1885. SfotJea. Tbe firm of Stone A Miller having on the 28th day of Sept. 1885, dissolved partnership, by mutual consent, R. J. Bootey baring purchased O. E. Miller's inter eat. AU parttea knowing them selves indebted to tba aama will plesse call and settle with Stooa A Bootey. ' Men'a imported .English wonted oork crew salts. In black and wine colors; good value at $25.00. We mark them $16.00. Tanner Bros. A Heed. awawsaawawavawaawaanaawaaaaaewaawi awawai a Attention ia called to the card of thanks pabliahed in anothar column by John i. Sullivan, concerniog the Belt Eadowment Life Security AasoclaJoa. Boy 'a bronze wool baae ball hats, reg ular wear realaten, at 35 cects, at Tanner Broa. A Heed 'a. Seed rye at Piuker'e. Boya' veal calf, pegged, all solid leath er boot, sizes 1 to 5, only $2 50 per pair. at Tanner Broa. A Heed's. I'ublic Balk. The grandest stock aale of the season of 275 head at Bonny Blope farm, 2 mllea west of Emporia, on Thujudat. O...

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. — 15 October 1885

mm 0W ESTABLISHED IN 185.7. VOL. 28 NO. 42. empohia; kansas; tthubsb ay, October 15, isss. If fu Wm 1 r H l! 2 i t - The Cincinnati Gazette speaks ol ex Gor. St. John m "the bowline fraud." Immense pralria Area are raging is Nebraska and causing great destruction. Tbe Irian National League of Amer ica U sending f 5,000 per week to P am ell for the Parliamentary fond. In Fulton county, Oeorgic, with the exception ot the city of Atlanta, the retail liquor license has been fixed at 2,500 per annnm. At the great fire in London, telegraph, icmentlon of which was made in The Nmws of the 9th inst., the damage mounted to $15,000,000. The Railway News ot London baa mad a computation from its statistics showing that tba aggregate number of paaaongtra carried on nil the railroads la the world In 1883 was 2,400,000,000 or an avers ire of 6.500 XX) dally. . Tba New York Witness comes to ua with an anoligy for tho ale; drinking prociritlea of Brother Leonard, the prominent Ohio probibitiooist, an...

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. — 15 October 1885

THE NEWS. BY THE HBW8 COMPANY. Ium4 at th Pwdillw a scaaporla aa A. B. RIWOOM8. BVIltor. F-rioa. tl.sa at law la A. a. reblianed Every Tharaday at Emporia, Lyea Coutj THURSDAY. OCTOBSR 15. 1885. Thar are yet 1,469 cases before the cxxirt of Alabama clsims that are nnad. Justed. ' The annual isauyal of tue "Veiled Prophet is uader fall headway at St. The special delivery letter la New a tn a ciij wa racaai wa DuniDcr oi 973 dally. The (alary ot Professor Turner, the famous anatomist of Edinburgh, ia $30,. 000 per aBBam. The camber of passenger crossing the Brooklyn, New York,, bridge daily la found to average 130 per minute. Mary Anderson appears to hare taken New York by storm, more than $3,000 worth of tickets having been disposed of for her first appearance In New York. A committee ot one hundred has been organized In Cincinnati ia the Interests of an honest electiion. The committee sty there shall be a fair count and no repeating. Mrs. Balls of Syracuse, New York, of whom mention...

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. — 15 October 1885

THE NEWS. THURaUAY. OCTOBER M iT The chicken thlei u abroad in the First class eider U reuUed at SO erau per gallon. Cider brought to a boil and aiea in tut will keep freah all the winter. association la rapidlj et- enough aabecriptioas to perfect an organization. A tew daa wlU deter mine the matter. Poetofllce Inspector Crowell haa ex amined the Emporia poatofflce accounts and Oada everything running smoothly , and accurately. I The prisoners at work on the rock pile are models of gentlemen. They are so kind-hearted, indeed, they do not wil ' 4lngly hurt even the fossils. MimilD October 8, at the residence et the bride's parenta on Forty-Two creek, Miss Lizzie Bornham and Mr. A. tepnenaon, both of tnla county. There are forty-four men employed on - the rock piles and street improrementa of the city. The men are paid $ 125 per aay. Total for labor $55 per day. We notice in the improvement of Commercial street that gaa and water fa- cllluee are being provided tor every lot, to preven...

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. — 15 October 1885

THE NEWS.! THURSDAY. OCTOBER 15. 1885. AXXMUrCWKXHTO, I hereby wmdoaoe myaelf an indepen. dnt annoto lot the office of county upeiintewdant of public instruction at sba owning election. , ,"' IT. "W. Sonoedecker . We ere authorized to announce Thos. J. Fleming aa an Independent candidate for sheriff at the coming election. ' Try ayrape and molasses In' cane and ken at Stone ac Booty's. Take your batter and egga to Stone & Booty'a, 178 Commercial street. Country cared hams, shoulders,bacon, chickens, egga and batter, alwaya itv ceive the highest market price at Btone A Booty'. Fob Sal 2 meres, 1 wagon, 1 aet bar- j neaa on time, for particalara call at Red Btar restaurant, between 11 and 12 a, m. and 5 and 7 p. m. notice. The firm of Stone & Millet baring on I the 28th day of Sept. 1885, dissolved partnership, by mutual consent, R. J. Bootey having purchased O. E. Miller's Interest. All parties knowing them, elves Indebted to the same will please call and settle with Stone &a...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 22 October 1885

Uif 4 ' " ... - ESTABLISHED FOR HER LIFE. MRS. TTALKUP liuAL I OS, THE ALLEGED JfluEDEB OP HER HUSBAND. GREAT ARRAY CF COUNSEL A Densa Crowd at the Court House. A JURY BEING EMPANELED First Day's Proceedings A Jury Secured. Tfca rtm Eta-. Yrom Monday's a l!y. October 19th. tbo day let for the trial ot Mra. Minnie Wallace Walkup. for tbe alleged poisoning of her buabiod, I here. Too fact surrounding the tragic taking off of J. R. Walkup are of such -recent data and were published so ex tensively In Thk News at tbe time of their occurrence tbat a resume or the esse at tbla date ia unnecessary. Mr. Walkap, who haa been Impris oned In a cell adjoining tbe court room on tbe second floor ot tbe court house, for about seven weeks, was seen by a News representative this morning. Bbe exhibits tbe same self possession and cbeeiial demeanor . shown by her ever since Mr. Walknp'a death. In a girl of 10 these traits are remarkable to ay the least. She expressed herselt aa baring no fear or nervo...

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. — 22 October 1885

THE NEWS. BY TUB KEW8 COMPANY. nannnS as the PmkOm a lapnl aa A. a. H twcoilH scoitor. Mae. I.6 a V la An rmbUshaw. Kverr Tharaday at Kaaftorla, l.vo Cwnaty mn THURSDAY. OCTOBER 83. 1885. Th Atchison Globe My the coal drill ing apparatus la that city U for tale cheap. Tha Kuim Lutheran Stood steels next week at Florence. The session will continue over Sunday. The State of New York, Pennsvlraa. la, Massachusetts, Connecticut, lows, Nebraska, Colorado, Maryland, Virginia and Mississippi hold their elections on the Sd of November this year. The Globe-Democrat bsd three able- bodied roosters at the head of its col. anuu on Wednesday morning to express its Joy over the victory in Ohio one wouldn't meet the case this time. Jsy Gould has been reported to dresa badly. Tha newspaper man ol the Atch ison rairlot aaya so. lie, the newspa. paper man, has recently secured a new salt of clothes, and thinks everyone dresses badly bat himselt. Ellis Lewis, Esq., of Osage City, is the choice of tne ...

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. — 22 October 1885

the news. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 22. 1885. Tbo elephant Emores. with Fori paagh, hM killed two mea this Kttoa. Born to UrTaad Mrs. Q. W. Cooper, Friday at 1 o'clock, a bedy lljf pcond net. ( J. Roberta, the cabinet maker, baa receiyed aa order for twoflae book, cases from Mr. L. T. Heritage. Cap. Warren W . Randolph, Oapt 8 terry and Ex-fJoy. Sharps are prepar ing; for the fat men's race for a silk hat. John A. Lock traded hla nous aad lot on Union street to J. R. Thorn peon tor hla farm on Goal creek tbrongh the agency of Harrla A Miller. C. 3. Wheeling, of Una city, will open a drag a tore In Thb Nxwa building in about ten days daya. He goes eaat Monday to porchaae stock. The annual meeting of the society of Friend held In thia city daring the past week adjourned Wednesday, after an in teresting and profitable session, to meet next year at Quakerkervllle, Cherokee county, Kansas The explosion at Flood Rock is not much of a success. The rocks are cracked and the surface above water is s...

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. — 22 October 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 23. 1885. . AJtMOCWCKalESITS. I hereby announce my tell an indepen dent candidate for the office of county aoperintendant of publio instruction at the coming election. 'N. W. Sonnedecker. We are aathorlzed to annoonce Thos J. Fleming a an Independent candidate for sheriff at the coming election. Ins Central Loan and Land Co., the oldest money loaning concern in the county, alwaya lenda its money at the lowest rates of Interest obtainable in the state, and on any kind ot time you wish. Cloaca loans the day you apply if securi ty and title is ail right. No extra or nn expected charges. Interest payable here. . Itch cured in thirty minutes by Wool ford's Sanitary lotion. This never fails Warranted by M. II. Bates, druggist Emporia, Kansas. Fob Balk Alarm with good water and timber; SO acres bottom, balance slope lind ; a part in cultivation and tenced; small frame dwelling,. Large part of purchase money can remain for Ave years. Apply soon to A. N. Hans a. M...

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. — 29 October 1885

EfiTATT.TfiTTp T1Sr 1Q57 " " ' ' EMPOBIA, KANSAS, THUBSDAYy OCTOBEB 29, 1885. VOL. 28 NO. 44. Tur nrrrmor inL ucrunoL. j the widow's chance; Eloquent Opening by Coun seller Scott STARTLING THEORY tl . . .i , , iL I he Lourt, the Jury and the -i- nuaience in i ears. POISON AS A BEVERAGE. Did Walkup Poison self? Him- 'CSOWD GREATER THAN EVER. Iatere8tmg Court Notes and Inci dents. V. r ' ' Frao Koadar'a Dally: v avain Day. .. That the Interest la the WalkoD trial ia, if possible, greater to-day than at any .previous time, u evident by the intense eageroe with which the lmmenae jcrowas sougnt admission to the court room a early as 8 o'clock this morning peculation an to the character ot the defense were freely indulged io and everybody seemed to have a different opinion, but all nulled in saying, MI want a near air. Bcott present the case tor tne delense, as be la certain to do it good." Shortly before 9 o'clock the counsel on both sides had arrived and promptly on time the jury filed ...

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. — 29 October 1885

THE NEWS. BY TUB NEWS COMPANY. I aftne Paatomo Stan porta as Nnmil-OlMi Mitur. A B. MBWOOMR Kditor. Friee, $I,0 m Veer 1 aium. rabllshed Kvery Thursday at Kn porta. X.yoa Coaaty Kaaae. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 29. 1885. The king of Bavaria u in debt to tune ot 97,000,000. the Who will uj alter the Waikup busl- dom thai Sheriff Wllhite ought to be re. , elected. What baa become of the charges against Marshal White. This question baa been asked us by numerous citizens. It Is a healthy business sign of tbe times that all the window glass factories of Pittsburg, Pa., have resumed woik after being idle for six month. It is stated on good authority thst large quantities ot land can be bought in the vicinity of Winchester, England, for twenty-five cents an acre. One ot the resulu of a strict enforce ment of tbe game laws of the state of Maine for a few years past is, thst deer are becoming plentiful in that state, more so tnan lor ten years put. There are between 800,000 sod 400,- 000 bicylUU in ...

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. — 29 October 1885

THE NEWS. THURSDAY. OOTOBKRa iW MiHnHM w mo sreuieat town n th. HMc- o any yon all. genUemao. W. B. Bockwalter ku MntMv1 va law eifVW ....... ... V ""I nwww aqqu mock on Blxih H la cnnenUy reported that Dr. Eld. w OonTtooad that a red ho-will di with the cholera. reateet race ever paced or trotted in junaas was paced Thursday at the fair ground. Spider winning the first beat in 9dU, ThespecUcie of lady Street fakir1 a rather uncommon, but it is, oevertbe- leas, a reality on the corner of Commer cial and Fifth arena e. Died Tuesday afternoon, the infant child of Mr. nod Mrs. H. C Abraham. resiainR about fire miles north of this city. Ths funeral took place Thurtday euvo'CMCK p. m.. at Mr. Abraham's nsldenoe, Rev. R. L. Lou officiating. The work of Improvement on the dam baa been completed and the mill will soon resume operations. By the tuspen, sion 01 work for several days it will be come necessary to run day and night to eaten up wim orders. Hartford Call. J. O. Altman believes 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. — 29 October 1885

V V ' THE NEWS. THTJR3DAY. OCTOBER 29, 1885. Tke Central Loan and Land Ox, the oldest money loaning concern in the . oomaty, always lends iu money at the , lowest rates of Intereat obtainable la the stele, and on any kind ot time you wish. Closes loan the day yon apply if securf. TJUtlaUaU right. NextTa-M expected -charges.. Interest payable Itch cored in thirty minutes by Wool " ford's Sanitary lotion. This never fails Warranted by M. H. Bates, drugrist ' Imports, Kansas. Jrom oaub A farm with good water ana Umber; 00 acres bottom, balance alope land ; a part la cultivation and fenced; small frame dwelling. Large pan or purchase money can remain for firs years. Apply soon to . A. N. Hamma. afnnny. We loan money on lire stock, real es tate, and other good collaterals; also boy notes, bonds and mortgages. Ftuuns A Bulk, Brokers. If yoa bar sold your farm and have mortgage tor balance of the payment I will give yon money for the mortgage. B. M. Smith. MMxl SfnMytl Hourll! T" Vl7 Prope...

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. — 5 November 1885

i . us r I J THE COURT. The Judge's Instructions ; the Juiy. tO THE ARGUMENTS Masterlv Presentation of tha rf . . r vwvv For the State by Counselor! Sterry. THE INTEREST INCREASING Crowds of i n. V erv AIIB nil VB - Listeners. Court Scenes and Incidents. I Vroas stendajl Dally. TWseesartk Day. Everybody was anxious to bear Juige Graves deliver his charge to the Jury . and the crowd la and around the court house are lull aa Wee to-day aa at any preoeJlag Uy cf tbeWalxnp trial. PareaenifcrWjoaroment court open, d ProtnpUy at 'dock and the defend, "ant was brought u to court. She was looking very natch rested after her ttanday'a TsoaUo, tad appeared able to aro through Mother week of trial, if 11 at mother and Miss Mar Jay followed kef closely, and took their respective mate. 1 Judge Orates announced that be 'had revised k. lnatructlooa, act "Ing so far as u the Judgment -ol tbe court it waapeeaed necessary on tka suggestions mats by the counsel oo -eiwer aide. Aft some discussion 'amo...

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. — 5 November 1885

THE NEWS. UY TUB NEWS UUNPAitY. Wwd-CU Matter. A. B. WW 00 M It KOItor PtIm. !. a Saw la A4num. Pebllahea Kvary Tkaraday at Emporia, t,jmm Coutj p THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 5, 1885 The Arkansas City Trm Teller iwmi to be making mine mast of the Republican on th silver question. The "verbatim" report crowd out rep. It appears Joat now that the republi can "slogan" is Logan. Quito harmon ious, and with considerable historical affinity. Tbe Bute Temperance anion has palled down its red flag and elected Hon. Albert Griffin vice president. So ends an Intereabng chapter in tba poli tic of Kansas. - Here's a little bit or sarcasm by the Globe Democrat : Gen. Law Wallace ha returned to Conatantloople with the intention, it is aid, of accepting an important military position in the Turkish army. This is a troug assurance of tature peace, so far as the sultan' dominion are concerned. The Roach navy contract are still under elaborate discussion. Secretary Whitney appear to insist that tha con tract w...

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. — 5 November 1885

7 M 1 V 7 i I- ) 3 f THE NEW8.tmrA0w'x;? "THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 5. 1885. Born, to Mr. and Mr. L, M. son, Oct. 28th, 1885. Carter, in noma eioleo from ' VYm. Martin. dale have been recovered, sod thev bare ue men m jail. w. a- Webb, of the Neosho Rapids viviner, called Jaat Saturday in com panr wua tbe former editor, B. P, Heeler. nr. u. 11. Bock waiter, who with bU family baa been making a prolonged aUr at tbe Ooolidge house, bis gone to house- keeplng at 10c Commercial street. A merchant of Emporia wee beard complaining about trade. -Why,"aaid he. "the farmera coma in and make a break for tbe court bouse as aoon as tbty can pat np tnetr teams." Darius Cbemlln, of Rock Creek.bringa us m a peinnea pouto which be loaud July 8d. niter tbe big freshet, on tbe farm of 2. T Crow. It is a real carlo. 117, snowing tbe eyes and crown quite distinctly. Neosho Rapids Vivifler: Work on tbe Catholic church has been going on the past week, Tbe maaonary work coder tbe snperinteudeocy of oar competent...

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. — 5 November 1885

A THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 6, 185, Public Sai. I wM sell at public auction, three mile northeast of Em poria; tm. the premises know a ma the Arthur Plumb farm, on Thujulut, Noykmbui 12, 1885 Commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., the following deacribed property, to-wlt : pan of food work horses, 5 milch com, (good, atock) 4 atoer calves, 20 bead bote, 1 rick or atraw, corn in crib, extra good aeed corn, twoseeled buggy, 1 wagon, 1 three-aectlon barrow, 1 culti vator, 1 corn planter, 1 braking plow; also chickens, turkeys, household and kitchen furniture, Jtc. Terma A credit of roar month will be given on all earns over $3; under i5, cash in band ; 5 per cent off for cash. If not paid when due, 12 per cant from date of aal will bo charged. Good bankable paper required. O. L. Whitkjiiix L P. Prutn, Auctioneer. . Parties wishing to borrow mouiy on their farms, apply or address. IL H. Bt'C It WALTER. Fok HjurrKobinaon bouse near San U Fe depot. Rent cheap to responsible parties. Addresa A. Hacsslak...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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