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EMl'OniA, FKIDAY, OCT. 10, 1S79.
Lewis Ltitz is enjoying himself at Circlvrille, Ohio. Mrs. Nellie Itnthbone rHurnrd home to lValxxly Thursday. They run a sausage machine down the street hy horse power. M. M. Murdock wan in the city on his return from Topcka last week. L. Severy has moved into hia new res idence, but has not stopped the work on the improvements yet. The fellows who went on and put in their wheat, trusting to providence for the balance, have hit it exactly. James Patterson, of the Santa Fc, called Thursday. He walks a little lame that's all and one foot never gets cold. This is the season of the year when the man with muddy boots vainly sighs for a tuft of grass that will stand its ground. James Rollo, who bought the eligible, two and a half acre lot on Sixth avenue, just west of town, has begun a house thereon. Thos. . Ladd has purchased the well known Chapman or Waterbury place on Sylvan street, and will take up bis resi donee there. Married. On Thursday, October 2d, at the residence of Win. Humphrey, Mr. Hugh Davis and Miss Mary Babb, all of Lyon county. The Emporia Turnverein will give an other concert and ball in the new Tur ner hall, on Commercial street, on Thurs day evening, October 0. We hail a call Saturday from Mr. II. O. Grisbaugh, who represents the well known publishing house of Kamsey, Millett & Hudson, Kansas City. Thomas Clark, who purchased the Rob erts place in the north-western suburbs, has made noticeable improvements, and has a very desirable home there now. II. F. Holmes, of Reading township, nominee on the Republican ticket for County Commissioner, has served the township in which he lives since 1871 as trustee. We hud a soaking raiu Wednesday, with promises far more. N. B. This item is intended us news only for those of our eastern readers who take an interest in Kansas weather. We neglected to speak of that new substantial stone sidewalk in front of Ellen Plumb's look store. It is a solid comfort to walk over it, especially in this muddy, slippery weather. The arrivals from the east still contin ue, including many who arc looking for business locations in Emporia. Several parties left on last night's train, intend ing to return and build stores here, as there is not much chance to rent. The arrivals at the Park Place hotel arc commencing to be very numerous. Nearly every state in the cost has been represented in the past few days, and parties from New York, Ohio and In diana arc on hand to locate in Emporia and Lyon county. There has been a great deal of sickness in Eureka and its vicinity during the past season, a very large number of peo ple dying from typhoid fever. Emporia need not expect to be so exempt another season from diseases unless she thor oughly cleans up her filthy alleys before the spring opens. Married. Loveless BEALs.-At the residence of A. Deals, Toledo, Kansas, September UOth, 1870, by Rev. A. Hart roan, Mr. Samuel Loveless and Miss S. Fiorina A. Reals, all of Chase county. Conway Mills. September 30th, 1870, at the residence of Paris Mills, of Toledo, by Rev. A. Hartman, Mr. Chas. L. Conway and Miss Elrcen Mills. Dr. Moore and Jo. Francis are making quite a hole in the ground on Commer cial street, south of 4th avenue. They ought to call their building the Phoenix block. Some years ago that location, just above the St. Clair house, used to be full of business, but the stores were burned out and it has taken a long time for them to rise from the ashes. Emporia has been increasing with wonderful rapidity during the past year nnd we may with much propriety quote the popular term now applied to all Kansas, and say she is fairly booming' But the houses are not being put up fast enough to accommodate the new comers, and it is more trouble to find a house to to rent than it is to build ono. Money pays a big per cent, when invested in houses for renting. Harry Norton's land office now occu pies two largo rooms in the Ruggles & Plumb building. In the front room are to Ijc seen specimens of Lyon county grains, grasses and vegetables. Samples of gross are there that are taller than a tall man with a tall stove-pipe hat and high-top boots on, and pumpkins that weigh 140 pounds and other things to match. In the rear is the office proper, well arranged for business. As there is a diversity of opinion upon the question of voting city bonds to erect a Presbyterian college here, and as it has been deemed desirable to have the public think of the matter from all standpoints, we have rather freely thrown upon our columns to the discussion of the question, pro and con; but we wish to disclaim all responsibility for any of the views which have been expressed by our contributors. They speak for them selves. Court I'rocMdlngs. Thursday Moknisu, Oct. 2, 1879. Court met pursuant to adjournment ; present as at time of adjournment. Court o pencil in due form and proceeded as follows, to-wit: No. 121. E. D. Fritts vs. F. E. Smith Trial by jury and verdict for defend ant. No. 140. F. E. Smith vs. Board of County Commissioners of Lyon County, Kansas Decision below lalnrmca with costs and thirty days given to make case for Supreme Court; whereupon Court adjourned to the 5th day ot January, A. U- 1SSU. Quite a large audience enjoyed the en tertainmcnt given by the M. E. Church so ciety at their church Wednesday evening. There was singing by our favorite vocal. ists, reading by talented amateurs, and F peaking and singing by several little folks, as well as some good instrumental music ; and altogether the entertainment was quite interesting. When the last piece on the programme was finished it was announced that a collection would be taken up, and everyone seemed glad to note the departure from a church social custom which makes one eat indigesti blc food at a late hour of night, and at a price which is altogether out of adjust ment with the rule of equitable recom pense. The collection gave the affair a devotional tinge, and was generally voted much better than the refreshment scheme. Another hour spent in socia bility closed the pleasant evening. We believe it is Charley Fletcher who is building a new house on Suite street The A. T. t S. F. pay car hove into port last Saturday, and now all the boys wear a sunny smile. Emporia will soon publish sheet mu sic, Profs. Pettic and Richards having fitted up for the business. Married At the residence of the bride's mother, in Neosho Rapids, on the 21st, by O. T. Richmond, Esq., Mr. Ileri ry Begun and Miss Ada Graham, all of this county. General Manager W. B. Strong and party, of the A. T. & S. F., are here in specting their large new round house just being completed. They will also take a look at the Eureka branch road before their return to Topcka. Daily News, Oct. 4. Miss Cora Price, who has been for some months a familiar figure to all who get letters at the Emporia post office, bade farewell to her numerous friends last Saturday and returned to Humboldt, where her father's family resides. Au revoir, we hope, and not farewell. non. T. B. Murdock is sojourning in Colorado at present. His double-leaded articles in his Walunt Valley Times in dicate the amount of rejuvenated vitali ty he is imbibing from the bracing at mosphere and healthful mineral waters of that region. There was quite an assemblage of our colored citizens last Saturday at the resi dence of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stewart, the occasion being the celebration of their tin wedding, their marriage certifi cate being ten years old on that day. The list of presents la large, and a big time all around is reported. A very foolish poor man got full of bad pizen," and attempted to carry on a knock down argument with the police officers last evening. Of course he dis covered the weakness of his side of the controversy, and as he was lodged in the jug last night and fined $ 25 and cost this morning, it is to be hoped he has been convinced thoroughly of the fallacy of his position. Daily News, Oct. 4. Kansas Gazetteer. II. C. Perkins, Esq., agent for the Kansas Gazetteer, is in the city revising the matter lor his annual, for 1880. They issued a large edition for last year, but will increase it for next year. It will contain a full and accurate business directory of every city, town and village in the state, and a com persive sketch of each place. The firm issues gazetteers for several other states. The Detroit Free Press, in speaking of the one for Michigan, says : It is Drobablv the most thorough and exhaustive work of the kind ever pub lished, ana as such is a tribute to our state pride. If it does not immediately bring back the dollars tnent in its pur chase, it cannot fail to do so ultimately, wiin large returns on tne investment. Preachers' Institute. The following preachers of the Chris- j tian church of the state of Kansas are in the city attending the preachers insti tute for this state ; also the state mission ary meeting, which met to-day at 2 p. m : C. G. Allen, Elmdale, Chase county; E. L. Allen, Emporia, Lyon county ; Pardee Butler, Farm in gton, Atchison county; W. M. Babbit, Frcdonia, Wilson county ; S. G. Brown, Emporia, Lyon county; A. II. Britton.Ottumwa, Coffey county; Dr. S. T. Todd, Leavenworth, Leavenworth county; A. C. Easter, Burlingame, Osage county ; A.Ellett, Burton, Harvey county ; T. A. Fanshir, Charleston, Greenwood county ; J.Q.Garner, Emporia, Lyon coun ty; D. H. Johnson, Topeka, Shawnee county; H. S. Kline, Girard, Crawford county; II. Martin, Princeton, Franklin county; C. S. Martin, Osage City, Osage county; O. W. Miller, Emporia, Lyon county; C. J. McKinney, Fredonia, Wilson county; J. K. Morey, Humboldt, Allen county ; C. W. Pool, Yates Center, Woodson county; J. W. Randall, Osage Mission, Neosho county; J. M. Rankin, Burlington, Coffey county; P. W. Slick, Parsons, Labette county; B. II. Smith, Chetopa, Labette county; Joel Wood, Emporia, Lyon county ; J. A. Burgert, Ottumwa, Coffey county ; F. M. Ryner- son. Big Springs, Douglas county; Henry Cogswell, Manhattan, Riley county; T. W. Ramey, Sedgwick City, Sedgwick county; II. D. Gaus, Winfleld, Cowley county. A. Ellett, of Burrton, preaches to-night at 7:30, and J. K. Morey, of Humboldt, to-morrow at 11 a. m. Lata at Lars. Circle ville, Ohio, Sept. 28, 1879. Ed. News: Here we are in God's country. It don't look as much like God's country as when you and I lived here. A great many were glad to see us, but when they were informed that the statute of limitation "let us out, they were not as glad as they thought they were. We interviewed the St. Louis ex position. It is a ratler. It is worth going four blocks to see. Business is booming in St. Louis. The levees and streets are stacked over with goods. Cincinnati is not so lively. They wanted to swop towns. I would not do it. They offered to fling in the Ohio river. I went down and looked at it, but the blasted thing was dry. They are taking the census for 1879 on the cars. Every conductor, except the one on the Santa Fe train, asked me "How old is that boy ?" I told them he was past four. The conductor on the Vandalia line charged me $4.75 towards defrying the expenses of taking the cen sus. I won't go back on the Vandalia line ; it is too costive. I aaw several old settlers from Wil mington, Ohio. When I told them you was P. M. and doing fine, they asked me who was our best collector. Could not tell for my life. Respectfully, Lewis Lctz. Hon About the College. Messrs. Editors : Walking up Com mercial street last evening I picked up the following, and believing with the petitioners that if one sect is entitled to the public money to build up sectarian institutions all are, I send it to you for publication. Truly yours, A Citizen and Tax-payer. To the Board of Education of Emporia: Gentlemen': The undersigned, mem bers oi tne society or Jesus, usual! v styled Jesuits, believing that the follow ers or jonn caivin nave sounded the proper tocsin, would respectfully and earnestly request you, in submitting your proposition iur uie v-aivinisis, to also submit a like sum for ourselves, promis ing to so far excel the predestinarians that we will, in addition to our Jesuit college, build also a convent for young ladies. liespccuuiiy yours, Father Vicensio, Father McGallager, Father Bkonson. We endorse the above and ask the same- Felix Potisa, Grand Rabbi of the Jews. Joseph Young, II. P. of the Mormons. Praise Cod Bare bones, of the Coven anters. Ephriam R. Avery, of the Methodists. Solomon Jones, of the Christian. II. Bancroft, of the Universal ist. Col. ingersoll, of the Liberals. J. W. Brickyell, of the Quakers. Aaron McCane, of the Baptist. AMERICUS NOTES. Ktlited jr " Ktno." Thvissday, October 2, lb7!. I want to buy a Lyon county atlas. cheap for cash. Address Geo. Miller. Mr. Greenlea will hare 75 bushels of apples this season. " Mr. Greenlea is feeding quite a lot of cattle and hogs this year. It is getting pretty late in the season to take a swim, yet we have one fellow that is Abc-1 to do it. Lutheran services, I am informed by brother Willard and deacon Sogard.will be held here on Sunday morning and evening, October 12th, by Rev. Hersh hiser. Wm. Stanley was engaged in heating a tire to put on his wagon the other day and used bay for that purpose. His lit tle boy saw the operation, and next day concluded he would heat a tire for his own amusement. Well, he got tired and so did all the family and some of the neighbors get tired before that fire was put out; but Stanley didn't have any hay or straw left to start another lire with. Moral : Be careful of fires in the house or out at this season of the vear. Well, the Dailies for Monday .Tuesday and Wednesday came in last night in good order; but we had generally con cluded here that the News hod "busted." Friday, Oct. 3. Joe Miller was on the jury yesterday, and from the way he set on his seat 1 concluded he was hard of hearing in his left hip. The social gathering at the M. E. Church was poorly attended on account of the disagreeable weather, but those present agreed in pronouncing it the most sociable social ever held there. By a series of votes it was decided to hold, every two weeks, a "Ladies' Dime Social" at the different houses of the ladies interested. The officers 'elected were as follows : President, Mrs. Rev. Gullet; vice presidents, Mrs. F. Drake and Miss Josie Cook; treasurer, Mrs. J. Lesh; secretary, Mrs. J. Bond; assist ant secretary, Miss Effie Bond. The first meeting will be held at the residence of Mr. John Bond. The date of the meeting will be duly given. You have, no doubt, often seen the folly of going into a law suit illustrated by the picture of a cow with one party to the suit holding the cow by the horns and the other by the tail, while the law yers sat on either side drawing the milk. Such a case has been twice tried this week before 'Squire Miller and a jury. The first jury failing to agree, were dis charged, a new one selected and the case retried. The second jury finding for the plaintiff, a notice of appeal was given by the defendants. Now all this was about a bob-tail cow which wouldn't sell for enough to pay one-third the cost already incurred. There were 14 wit nesses summoned, and from fifty to sev enty-five spectators spent their time hearing the case tried, and yet times are hard. Keno. Saturday, Oct. 4. "Shorty" is now assistant R. R. agent. R. II. Mahon has broken ground tor his new residence. We undertook to count the dogs in Americus, but found them numberless, as well as worthless. James Swarts has placed a hedge sprout on our table that measures 14 feet and three inches. How is that for one summer's growth ? Mr. Pancoost, business manager of the Era spent a couple of days in town this week as attorney in a law suit. Mr Pancoost is a quiet unassuming gentle man, and made numerous friends while here. The Emporia Weekly News came down from Council Grove yesterday morning. Comment is unneccessary. J. S. Gibson, our enterprising hard ware merchant, is entitled to the thanks of the community and of the traveling public and of every horse in the land, for grading the sides of the cross-walk across Broadway. This should have been done long since by the township, but was not, and Mr. Gibson has had it done at his own expense. Americus neds more such men as J. S. Gibson. Keno. Remove all causes of irrituhilitr anil dis comfort from the baby byusintr Dr. Hull's Baby Syrup, the surest, host ami hence cheap est remedy in the world lor tho diseases of uauynoou. i-rice cents. THOMAS GRAY, DEALER in CROCKERY! GLASSWARE, Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns Will duplicate prices in any market with transportation added. WEST SIDE COMMERCIAL ST. EMPORIA, KANSAS. The Southwestern MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS, Have opened a stock of Monuments, Head Stones, and Tablets, Furniture Tops, Bracket Shelves and a Gen eral Variety of Finished Work, including Marble and Slate Mantels, At EMPORIA, KANSAS. As the stock above referred to is the larg est and best selected to be seen west of bt. Ixmia, we invite the inspection of the public, and solicit all those needing anything in our I ine to call, or send for designs and prices before purchasing elsewhere. ?. A. ADAMS. Agent. Office and yard Commercial street, oppo site court house. wstttf UNPRECEDKNTKD Bargains in PIANOS &0RGANS For the next GO days, before our advance in prices. Pianos $140 to $400. AU new and strictly first-class, and sold at the lowest net cash Wholesale factory prices, direct to the purchaser. These pianos made one of the finest displays at the centennial exhibition, and were unanimously recom mended for the highest honors over 14,0uO in nse. Regularly incorporated manufactur ing company. Factory established over 37 years. The Square Grands contain Hatha sbek's new patent duplex overstrung scale, the greatest improvement in the history of piano making. The uprights are the finest in America. Pianos sent on trial. Don't fail to write for illustrated and descriptive cata logue of J pajres-nailed free. Our new sty les of JL'CILKE ORGANS are the best la the world. An 8- top rgan only Itii with all the greatest, latest and best im- firoyements, possessing power, depth, bril iancy and sympathetic quality of tone. Beautiful solo eflects and perfect stop action. Solid walnut cases, of beautiful design and elegant finish. All pianos and organs sent on IS days' teajs trial freight free it unsatisfac tory. Circular free. SHEKT II USC half price. Dollar's worth at one-third of price Catalogue of 1,500 choice pieces sent oa receipt of Sc. stamp. Address MENDELSSOHN PIANO CO , w3Ct5 SI East 14th Street, N . Y. The News REAL ESTATE AGENCY COXDtTCTED BY Stotler & Graham, Publisher of the Emporia News AGENTS FOH THE SALE OF Improved Farms! Unimproved I,amls! City Property! PAY TAXES, Furnish Abstracts, and do a General lCcal Instate ISiisiness. 20,000 Acres Ol raw land in Lyon, the great corn and - catlle county unsurpassed lor stock and grain raising. This firm has long been in business here, the senior partner since 1M57, and can give the best of relerence. THEY ISSUE THE LAND BUYER A PAPER Devoted to the Interests of Immigrants, And containing a large list of real estate for sale. For Free Circulation. PROPERTY ADVERTISED FREE! HALL, WAITE & CO., Dealers in PIANOS, Orgrans Small Instruments, music BOOKS sheet" music. Also agents for the ST. JOHN, IMPROVED HOWE & SINGER SEWING MACHINES. Needles for all Styles of Ma- enmes. And that musical wonder called "ORGUINETTE" JgfetrCall and see it. rai.tf NEW GROCERY! Corner of 4th Avenue and Commercial St. A full assortment of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES! Which will be sold low for cash, or exchanged for produce. Give us a call. N. B. IRELAND & CO. P. I. PAYNE, Justice of the Peace, EMPORIA, KANSAS. All business promptly attended to. Oflicc over blitz's hiinlware store. w32tt THE BEST Lumber Yard IN Southwestern Kansas Is the Lumber l ard of L.L.HALLECK&BRO. Formerly C. K . Tierce & Co's.l Adjoining the A. T. & S. F. R. R. IX E MP OKI A. Wcunloa.l ami load directly from anil into tho cars, saving expense of extra hauling. HALLECK & BR0. HAVI TIIK Largest Stock! Best Sheltered! Best Seasoned! LUMBER And thelanreu and best stock of DOOE8. SASH. It M NIKS, MOUI.OINU3, Ac, to be lound in Southwestern Kansas. All buyers, larjre or small, are cordially In vited to call and inspect the stock to be found at llalleck & Bro.'s Lumber Yard, Adjoining A., T. A S. F..B. E. track, EMPORIA, KANSVS. ' THE OLD RELIABLE GROCERY ana TEA HOUSE J. M. BUTLER, Prop'r. Every one is requested to give us a trial. Prices Low as the Lowest. KaCountry produce taken in exenange for groceries, at market prices. Remember the place! K-Thirii door south of First National BauE. wlitf S. B. RIGGS, BfCCISSOK TO KIOG8 A OLOVCB, Real Estate and Insurance Agent. ABSTRACTS FURNISHED ANT) TAXES PAID FOB MON-U8IDKNT8. COB. 4TB ATE. AND COUEBCIAL ST., EXP0BIA. KANSAS. ta 1M9 WtsstTa V ADDRESS Will I 7o a post-paid I SPECIMEN) . AMERICAN LgrricuituristJ wfck SM XKCKATTMOSii aodDascriptlonsor P0S1 FDR ACE COOD THINGS for Tva- Owa tTssu for linuniv WKDDBG, other PRKSEITS, Ha CswaiOsiUmy, S SM as as a . . C3ARSEJUS3C3 S4S1 Tarsu GRAND CLOSING SALE! Having Fully Determined to go out of the Merchandising Business, I shall ofler my larye, complete an.l desir.il.le slock or CLOTHING! Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, FURNISHING GOODS ! ! And Piece Goods, AT ACTUAL COST. No such opportunity has ever beloie iM-en pay you to buy them of ine TfflS IS NO ADVERTISING DODGE -but mi'ans The Stock must be Closed Out by June 1st Store for rent, anil Emporia, April 10th, 1879. J. M. GRIFFITH & CO. Dealers in General Hardware Iron and Steel, Nails, Agricultural &c, &c. Sole agents in Emporia for The Bain Deere & Co's Plows & Cultivators, Gilpin Sulky Plow, Davenport Cultivator, Champion Reaper & Mower. Are also .sole agents in Emporia for The Celebrated Gliddens Steel Barbed Fence Wire. winr. GO TO SISLBR'S, The New Uruggist, if you want Pure Drugs and Medicines A full line of Druggists' Notions, such as Brushes, Combs, Perfumery of all kinds, Toilet Soaps, Pocket Books, Pocket Cutlery and Stationery, also Lamps, Lanterns, Sponges, Window-glass, Trusses, Supporters, Paint, Varnish and SHOE BRUSHES. All Kinds of Oils, CIGA1CS, ETC. ALL Special attention given to filling Recipes. Don't fail to give him a call. 175 Commercial treet, Lath. SHinsles. Monlfc. LUMBER. Sash. Doors. BLINDS. tit 1 1 Q EMPORIA, - - KANSAS. HAIR, PLASTER, LIME. CEMENT. STOVES AND TINWARE. E. P. BRUNER, Successor to Brunei- & McMurtrle. I have a Eull Line of COOKING AND HEATING STOVES - ALSO - Pumps, Iron, Lead UNION BLOCK. LEWIS LTJTZ, Dealer in all kinds of Hardware, Steel, Iron and Nails We also sell the WORLD RENOWNED SHUTLBR WAGON!! At $70, no more, no less. Also the Celebrated Webber Wagon, Buckeye Mowers and Reapers, and a full line or Wood's ofl.-rod here. Ii von want any K..l- it wil Without prollt while they last. husnies.- fixtures for sale. j pFRT y Horse - shoes, Fence Wire, Implements, Wagon, CHEAP FOB CASH. Physicians' Prescriptions and Family Opposite the Post Office, wist 0s x t I 03 and Stone Pipes. EMPORIA. KANSAS Keapers ana Mowers. rl9tf V-'llll -MU V)IM f at home in.-i A MONTH snarant.-e.!. i 12 a. lay K I auilut rut it uv me industrious. iv-Hiir-.l; v "Ii start y in .. ....... nuiiii-ii. ui.ys an.l ciris mite 1 ney r.inu-r at work, for u limn ii unvtiiiin; ! i Km . i. nielli, nun iirus:iiit. sti h as anynnii ran cu right at ') who m who sue ihis niati-c ill sa-nd us ti-ir at ohi'-p, and ee tnr lh. mi-Iw. Llk initial mHiI ii.rm. I"n... x:...... :ir- i .-...w iiti- iiiiii;. Iiose alrrady at work ar.' l.iuitr nil laru in-, oi m.,ii,.y. Address TUI.'i: .tin.Aii- ta, Mahiii. w-A5v 1 f A WEKK in vour own mu n mh.i capital risktif. You can ivcilie bui- ncss a tri:il -wittiiiiit . i. il. 'i,u hestOKrtuuity over onVnM f.r tlmc wil linir to work, tou should try nothing Mm until Villi sec for Yonri'l!' u-li.if v.m .1.1 . the business we 'ouvr. No room to explain ...w. lumaDiicTiiHau your time, or only your spare time, to the business, and make Streat pay for every hour that you work. Women make as much men. feud lor siHx-ial private terms and partieulars, which we mail free. $5 outlit lite. Don't niphan of hard times hilc you have sueh a cliance. Address li. llAI.Lkl'1' & l.o , 1'orUand, Mait.e. 1 A ( 1 1 ' ,i-(X " a 5c:lr- r -" to - artsy OU" J',,,,r own locality. Jso rik. Wiitl('n (n HA W.'M . ri.lt Urinv make more than the amount st:l.-il ui-oii No one can fail to make monpv fast. Aiimm ran no me Work . 1 011 can make fmm ; et. to 12 an hour l.v .h-vi.lhi- your rvenint; nnTl ll.1e iiiiiu 10 tne l.uMt.rss It ro-.t-noihin yt irv mc iuines x.iiiinff like it f r nak- mtr money ever n Cere-1 In'fore. :uiiiv liea.inr. ami strictly honoralilo. Header, it von want to know all nlKmt Use. Ix-st . pavin miMiios iM'lore Hie tin -lie. scii.l us vo'iru.1- lre an.l we w ill sen. I you full oariicul.ir ami j r vate terms Iri-e; s.imi'lis yvorih .. al so frve: yon ran then m:;Ue no vonr miml lor Do You Want a Well or Cistern? ! 1. 11 iitl'.v ..n',i irel to make tule wells in iM- iir o.iii. ry. on short notice. arl alwftvs e! a i:nl well if water can Ik' hail at all. inu'ti-r ul tore, 15 iiii'liis - when tuhetl iu. 11 hk-Ih-. I also liisr ami atone no ci.-toin 01 any - ize in me uet manner, ami at very imxl crate prices. Orilcrs reiiucstcti, ami nrouint- i ttuciiuiii 10. tuuou'ir allures'. .1. A. SIMMONS. Market fat., between 6th ami Gth avenues Kmimria . wl7ni. BlataiMWapn Si). JACOB COOK. Horseshoeing and Repairing, 1 make a specialtv of horehoeini. All work warranttii. fai.vllt aveiuie, southeast of Conner Kyan'a. w32vrl ROBINSON MACHINE WORKS. RICHMOND, INDIANA. ESTABLISHED 1842 llUILD- Portable Engines or 3. 4, 0. 8, 1(1, 12, 14 ami 25 lioi sc owor. with the "EAGlK UOVKUNolt," the most sensitive ami nnst perfect safety governor Circular Saw Mills, Separators, Horse Powesr, Steam Boilers, Drag Saws, Saw Tables, Feed Mills, &c. Semi for Free Catai.oopr and iriee list, ami state what you wish to buy. Aililress ROBINSON & CO., wlflyrl RICHMOND, INDIANA. i OLD AND RELIABLE. ; Dxt. Sanpord's Iiivnit InvioobatokJ as a btamliirJ Family Remedy for and Bowels. 'vegcniuio. it never jDobilitutes It is iCatliartie ami Ul .11 3 . IiiverJ , Invigoratorj nC K : . - - 3? . -. . . " A4ls IA.CU lintllj f'Stmt- in TV. TT nrnnflod t ? .""for mere tlum 35 years, BS' with unprecedented. resulta. I' SEND FOR CIRCULAR. e T mi enHrnon u n i Broadway.! i. 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A k lion, exeesii or overwork ot the brain and nervous system ; is perlectly harmless, acts like magic, and has been extensively uned for over thirty years with (Treat success. Jte?"Fuil particulars in our pamphlet, Which we desire to send free by mail to eocrv one. gfcgrTbe Speciilc Medicine is sold by all drngicists at f 1 per package, or six pack ages for $U, or will be sent free by mail on re ceipt of toe monev by addressioar 11IGUKAI JHKlllCIXECO, No. 10 Mechanics' lilock, Detroit, Mich. ItsSold in Lmnoria bv W. II. Ki.Ur auTlby Woodward Vaxon, of Kansas City, wholesale arent. dllv&wlSl jioAjiver, oiomacii rgfti It ia rurely Us iPl W-i n u u r in cof nl s;qsoS "Til TRADE I -.. rOK SAL.K ltY E. P. BRUNER, Emporia, Ks Millions of Mothers express their do- li-h t over Castoria. It is nature's remedy ior absimilatini; the food. I nliko Car tor Oil, it is pleasant to take, and unlike. Morphine Syrups, it is harmless. (':utoria rcgnlatcs the Bowels, destroys oruis. Cares Sour Curd and ind Colic and allays Feverishness. What gives health to the Child, promotes rest for the Mother. Children Cry for Pitch er's Castoria. It U tho most reliable. effective and popular article dispensed by Druggists. o Since Healing remedies have boon used by SUFFERING MAN has there been known such absolute Pain' relieving agents as the Centatjr Jiniments. They soothe, heal, and cure. They 1IKAL Cuts, Wounds, Galls, Old-Sores, l!ro ken breasts and Soro Nipples ; CliltK Pain in the Back, Rheumatism, Pcia tiea, Lumbago, Neuralgia, Ear-Ache, Tetter, Pimples, Itch. Salt Rheum, and all Flesh, liono and Muscle ailments ol Animals : SrrtDlTE Inflammation and Swellings; KEL1KVE Roils, Felons, Ulcers, SoreThroat Bronchitis, Cronp and Quinsy ; EXTRACT Pain from Burns. Scalds, Stings Frost-bites. Sprains and Bruises. Tho experience of centuries has made the CENTAUR Liniments, tho most speedy and effective curative agents for MAN and BEAST the world has ever known. The Centaur LINIMENTS have relieved more hod -ridden Crip ples t healed more Crightful wounds and saved more valuable animals than all other liniments, ointments, oils, extracts. plasters and so-called "pain killers'" and "skin cures" combined. Physicians and Veterinary Surgeons en dorse the Centaur Liniments; millions of men, women and children in all eountriei use them, and Housekeepers, Farmers Planters. Travelers, Liverymen, Teamsten and Stock-growers, are their patrons. The) are clean, they are handy, they are cheap and they are reliable. There is no ache pain, or swelling which they will not alle viate. subdue, or eure. Sold throughout THE HABITABLE GLOBE for 50 ets. and C1.00 a bottle. Trial bottles, 25 cts. mAim Tnis standard article is com pounded with the greatest care. Its effects are as wonderful and as satisfactory as ever. It restores gray or faded hair to its youthful color. It removes all eruptions, itching and dandruff. It erives the head a cooling, soothing sensation of great comiort, and the scalp by its use becomes white and clean. By its tonic properties it restores the capillary glands to their normal vigor, preventing baldness, and making tho hair grow thick and strong. As a dressing, nothing has been found so effectual or desirable. A. A. IIa3-es, M. D., State As-saj-er of Massachusetts, says, 44 The constituents are pure, and carefully selected for excellent quality ; and I consider it the Best Preparation for its intended purposes." Price, One Dollar. Euclslngh&m's "Dyo FOR THE WHISKERS. This elegant preparation may be relied on to change the color of the beard from gray or any other un desirable shade, to brown or black, at discretion. It is easily applied, being in one preparation, and quick ly and effectually produces a per manent color, which will neither rub nor wash off. Manufactured by R. P. HALL I CO., NASHUA, N. H. Sdi ry s3 CnzgirU, tad Sutai U X&2aM. j:i"ragn A$ ''ral'bi.sa!'i:"1's 1?? eS A V.iissi-j; ." ' f T.StOOEl mm mm EL T. HELMBOLD'S COMPOUND Fluid Extract BUG HID PHARMACEUTICAL. A Spt'cilir Krnu'ily for All DISEASES OF Till Bladder & Kidneys For liability, lxss of Memory. Iiulisoi tlon to Kxeriion or liiiKims. sltortm til' ilivatli. Troubled Willi HioiikMs of I i-i :i IMirnossol Vision, Pain in llio l::u k. ( lni ami Ui-itd, Kuli ot IiIimxI to the Head, I'.-ili-L'oiiliteiiuiire iin.l Iry hi. in. it those cyniitoiiiK are nllowi'd In a n. very fronioutly Kili-iti'. lils and ihimui.. tioll tollow. 'lukntho ronsliltilii.il Ihm-oiiii auVcted it reiiirt's Hie aid of an inv iicorai in iit'ilit'ine to blrt'iiRllit'ii un.l loin-ii ilii'sxs tem which "Helmbolds DOES IN EVERY CASE. Helmbold's Buchu Is Unequalled Hy any remeily known. It Is iv-r' il.nl hv the most riiiiiiL-nt .h vsi. ihii all ... Ilic woi hi. m Rheumatism, Spermatorrhoea, Neuralgia, Nervousness, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Constipation, Aches and Pains General Debility' Kidney Diseases, Liver Complaint, Nervous Debility, Epilepsy, Head Troubles, Paralysis, General III Health, Spinal Diseases, Sciatica, Deafness, Decline, Lumbago, Catarrh, Nervous Complaints, Female Complaints, &c &c. Ilefwlarhe, pain in the shoiihlers, cough, liz cineMs, somr stomach, eruptions lal tuste in the mouth, palpitation of the hi'art, pajii ir, tlie region or the kilii-y's, ami a thuusaml other painful sj uipUnui, arc the oflspriuKSor ilysitcjikia. Helmbold's Buchu! Invigorates the Stomach Anil stimulate Ihe torniil liirr liir.la an.l klalncys to bealthf HrXum. in -l.aiiMinir ll. IiI.mkI of all impurities, ami iiupartiiiK new life ami viiror to the whole sysWia. A sinnrle trial will lie quite millii'ient t rnn -,iii the nos hiitating ol its valuable rein, ctlial (qualities. PRICE $1 per BOTTLE Or Six lUtlcM for reliveroJ toanr 8lJre free Irom obser- Tation . I'alienls" nir eonsnlt It letter, recenr- lnr the same attention as liy callinir. uimiiru nl pnysiciani' aiu'iin to rrponi- ents. AU letters ehouhi he aaldresx-a to II. T. II ELM BOLD, Drnggist and Chemist, t'lillaalrlpha, I'm CAUTION: See that the Private Proprietary Stamp is on each bottle. SOLD EVERYWHERE. w33yl.