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KMI'O'iil.V, KKID.VY. OCT. 17, 1879.
New .tl vrrlbmiueut Thlrt Week. .1. llcss - I lolhln etc. li Mi . Newman .V Staple and lanry dry 'od etc Comity lurk Wood wanted. County TrcoMirrr "i-hiHtl l..ud f .r sale J. H. bIikiu alicr'H sale aud election Iroc1amation. J. It r';irr Sewimr Mii -hiuc rcpaited O W. Miller Wind mill W . . few lux Uoad uouces. Additional Locals on the fourth Page. I'olltks quid. More April showers Miitilay. Tlie mud is getting ritllier uumerous. (?;l. Soinmirs left for Lawrence Sun day. The bl reel preacher drew fa' r crowds Sunday three timeu. The Emporia guards huve an extra meeting Friday evening. ltev. Mr. and Mrs. Burrow went Leavenworth Monday morning. to Two new luisim-si houses will ojttn in a few days. St ill we boom. l'roihero i exH-rienciMg the "Grant boom" with Heudley'H new book. About a hat year are tlmac crossings on Mvrchaut btreel piii to le laid. Fix your houses and make them com fortable In-fore the colli weather comes. Jco. V. Frederick h:w gone to Colo rado again, lo measure that coal bank. Kinporia has two of the best and most prosperous national banks in the west. J. A. llemsUger and wife returned from their bridal tour Saturday evening. Frank (. High, general traveling agent for Chicago fc Alton railroad, is in the '' Ki-puhlieuns of Lyon county, stand by your ticket.' It i the licst one in the field. Itoberl Jetf, K.T. Nichols and others went to Torn kit to attend the I. (). or F. grand lodge. Money orders Hold at the Jtotd ofllce Saturday and Monday amounted to near ly I.SHI. The blue grass looks nicer and greener now, the middle of Oetolter, than it has at any time this season. Messrs. Fletcher, Thatcher and Scott went to Kansas City to attend the loco motive engineers' convention. Jesse F. Slratlon ami wife started Wednesday for a month's visit to Mr. Si rut ton's old home nt Xenia, Ohio. K. T. Nichols represents Emporia lodge of Odd Fellows in the state grand Judge in session ut.Topcka this week. We shall have live Sundays in Feb rn.iry, 1SS0. That will be a month for old-fashioned sparking. And it will be leap-year, too. Alex Spencer brought us a pcacublow potato Saturday which weighs one and a half pounds. It is large enough for a meal for a good sized family. Miss UosaO. May, niece of Lewis Lutz, from Circleville, Ohio, is here ou a visit, and likes Emporia so well that she would accept tin invitation to remain here permanently. Mrs. S. V. Chase, as w ill be seen by her card to day, has returned from the trip to Colorado, and will resume the teaching of music. Wo nre pleased to hear that Mrs. Chase's health was much improved by her visit to the mountains. "Father" Ewing, alia Bill Ewing, otherwise W. F. Ewing, county clerk, contemplate a mansard roof addition and a brown stone front to his house, to provide suitable accommodations for Miss Ewing, who arrived at 10 :5!) oclock, Saturday evening, October the 11th. Mr. C. W. Squires, of Columbus, Ohio, has become a partner with E. C. Nichols, itnd both these gentlemen are busy day ami night on numerous designs for public and private structures. Mr Squires' is like Mr Nichols, an architect of skill and experience, and the new firm will keep the lead in that line of business. Died of typhoid fever Sunday after noon, Oct. 12lh, at a o'clock, V. E, Kiggs, at the residence of J. W. Thatch er. Mr. ltiggs was a young man who has been in the employ of Thatcher fc Payne for only a few weeks, lie had no relatives here. His mother, who lives in New York btate, had la-en sent for, but ilid not arrive before, her sou's death. Up to Saturday night there were 520 voters registered ut the city clerk's ofllce, distributed among the wards as follows: First, 111 ; second, KM; third, Nil ; fourth, ) 1. There are at least :H) voters not yet registered, and the day is close at hand when the tiooks will close. Don't get left. DMi't come up to the olls election day and when refused a vote, turn away and blame the law. No ouo will lie to blame but yourself if you can't vole. Mi;ic ani Ovstkhs. Ou Wednes day evening, Oct. 23d, a choir festival will beheld at Bancroft hall, under the auspices of the choir of the M. E. church of this city. Five of the principal choirs of the city will render some fine choruses, Mr. Charles Holmes leading with cornet. There w ill also be solos, duetts, etc., by the several iiicmlicrs. At the conclusion of the musical part of the festival an ovster supiwr will Ik; served. For fur. thcr particulars see posters. A general gouge ami claw fight took place at th? Santa Fc depot last Saturday evening between the apple dealers ami boot-blacks, which resulted in a draw nud will be continued this week. There nre at present Borne twenty or tfiirty small boys black and white engaged in peddling, and wo may look for some of them to lose a leg, arm or head any day, as they will persist pi jumping on and otf trains while In motion, not withstand ing the elTorta of the company's employ. ccs to keep them away. t 1 1 i The Other hide. Editor News: I see by the News of last week that it is denied that W. J. .loiu's ever sought a nomination from the Grccuback party, and that he claims to have told a committee this fall that he did not desire them to rominatc him. I have seen the committee and they all emphatically deny that he told them any such thing, but, on the other hand, desired to bo nominated. Mr. Hons says that Jones requested hiin to announce his name ns a candidate, and Sir. Hum phrey and others vouched for his Green back orthodoxy on the floor of the con vention, lie tried, at the same time, to keep Peter Hughes last year from run ning and give him (Jones) the clear field. He told Mr. J. M. Miller this fall that he was a Grccnbacker;told Lynn, Walkup and White that the Republicans had re quested him to take their nomination this fall, and that he had told them that it would be dishonorable forhim to do so. T. T. White. I Fix j our tines for winter. The Normal roof is ging on. Now. hat has become ot Don Carlos? Sir. Stratton, of Heading, was in the city Wi dncsday. Building seems to be as brisk as ever all over the city. Ed. Sprague has up the frame of his new house on State street. Geo. E. Stevens, general traveling agent of the C, B. & Q. road, is in town. Dr. Huval and wife and sister, of Americus, paid The News office a visit Tuesday. Ileustis aud Theis arw putting a sub stantial stone side walk in front of their new building. . The M.t K. Jc T. lty. are going to build a wind mill down near the Neo sho river to run their water tank. The concert by the choirs of Emporia, on the 22d, promises to be one oi the best entertainments ever given here by home talent. We are Informed that Messrs. Ryder aud Grinith bagged 2S birds; 0 grouse, 2 butter ducks, 3 wood ducks and 14 field ducks. Bon. At Chanute, Kansas, Sunday morning, Octoler 12, 1879, a girl to Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Kramer. Weight 10.'4' pounds. Dr. W. S. Treinaiue, Post Surgeon at Fort Dodge, was in the city last even- ng, and left for Fort Iiiley via. the M., . ic T. Itoad. Albert Marzctti has arrived home from Colorado. We are pleased to learn that his miuing interests there are in a very proniisingcondition. The rehearsal of "Pinafore" is going on, And it will be produced in a manner that vhould insure a packed house. The date is not yet fixed upon. Don't forget the meeting to-night at the Presbyterian church. Addresses by Drs. Cordley, Kiee, Dudley, Gates, Welch and it hers. Programme for to-morrow s ses sion may lie found in another place. Some high-toned thief stole twelve Hts f choice plants from I. K. Perley's porch Monday night. The name night some other thief stole J. C. Burnett's new sad dle and bridle from his barn. In the twenty-four hours ending at 6 p. m. Monday, 35 trains passed through Emporia over the Santa Fe road. These, hauling an average numlier of thirty cars each, would make 1,0-10 cars. If a person were suddenly waked up from a Kip Van Winkle sleep, lasting 'nice ultout the 1st of September, he would think, from the weather, that this was the middle of Juno instead of October. Dr. Moore has nut iu the foundation 'or two new business houses just north if the Sherman house, and J. J. Francis putting up a building adjoining. fids will make a nice aud substantial lock. Perley's old reliable clothing store is heard from, and Is offering great induce ments to all who want clothing. Mr. Perley keeps a first-class line of goods, which he is offering at prices to close up the business. Mr. Isaac K. Price, who bought the Ferren farm, on Rock creek, some time ago, has come out with his family and will proceed to become one of us at once. Mr. Price is from Hlllsboro, 111.. and an enterprising young man, and we wish him success. Sunday evening some one stole a nice lot of potted plants from E.W. Cunning ham's porch, and the other day some body walked into J. R. Walkup's front hall and made oil' with his new hat. "We hear of a man with a new hat going round selling potted plants. Wc do not want to accuse any iuuoceut parly, but it will be prudent to question the ped dler in this case. lHe.1. Kdua, eldest daughter of George ami Ellen Plumb, of typhoid fever, at her home on Hauuer creek, September 14tu in her 12th year. Truly death loves a sliiuinr mark. Alas, how changol that lovely flower Which blooincii and cheered our hearts; Fair fleeting comfort ot an hour, llow soou we're called to nart. On Friday evening, October 10th 1870. Rosella Moonc, aged l'i years and IU mouths. TlIK ClIEAl'KST 31 CHIC IIOl'SR IN Amkiuca. AVill Thompson, author of Drilling with the Tide," and other fam ous songs, will select iJtt.OO worth of new and popular sheet music from our large stin k, and send fo any address, ou receipt of cash $!.. This is the liest chance ever offered ; i'h l t-hus khect music at one- third the regular price. State whether you want vocal or instrumental. Scud orders to W. L. Thompson. & Co., East Liverpool, Ohio. Horticultural Meeting. To liieiulH'rs and all others interested iu the work of tree planting and its kin dred hrauches Tho next meeting of the Lyon County Horticultural Society will be held ou Wednesday, Oct. 22, at my office in the Emporia Rank build ing, at 1 ::t0 p. in. An essay on potato culture in Lyon county is promised, also one on the new fruVj "Diospyros Kaki," or Japanese persimmon, now attracting so much at tention. Come everybody. Rout. Mii.i.ikkn, President, Valuable IloruM Murned- Among the exhibitors aud contestants in the speed ring at the fair at Parker ville, Morris county, last Saturday, were Mr. W. R. Terwilliger aud Mr. George Ilullakcr. Their horses were stabled after the races, until morning, when they were to be taken home. Mr-Terwilltger had "Bill," a farm horse who had trot ted in 2 :58, and a pair of matched car riage horses, whose gait was 2 :40. Mr Hulfaker had his pacer, "Red Buck,' w ith a record of 2 :20. The stable caught fire. It is supposed from the explosion ot a lamp w hjch had been lighted, and was entirely consumed, together with all the horses. This makes four yal uable horses Mr. Terwilligcr has lost within a year. Tho economy of cheap imported vehe- cles was illustrated last Tuesday on the corner of Commercial street and 6th av enue. One of them, a new two-seated spring wagon, occupied by J." S. Con well and two other gentlemen, was going along over the pavement when suddenly ' the king bolt and other gearing attach ing the axle to the box, broke, and down came the front of tho box on the pave ment, the horses dashing on with the front wheels and pulling the driver out. He clung to the lines as he slid along at their heels and soon stopped them. As ho went out, the rear end of the wagon jumped up and turned over toward the front, throwing out Mr. Conwell and his companions. All parties were badly bruised, but not seriously injured. The cause of the accident was solely the poor I material and workmanship of the wagon. We do not know to whom it belonged. I i he Eoiscoual Sunday school meets at 12 . lock. There w ill be no service iu St. An rew's church next Sunday, as the Rev. Mr. Burrows goes to Council Grove. He will officiate there iu the morning and in Swartz' school house in the evening. Poi.iticau We couldn't find any Greenbackers in town Wednesday. The Republicans all wore smiling faces. Jim Griffith sinole a smile you could hear a block. The average Democratic countenance was about the length of a fence rail. Every one we saw was deeply interested in bnsi ness matters, and had not heard there was an election in Ohio. They all knew how it would go, anyhow, and never counted anything on Ohio. "Jist you wait till next year," said they. The Hess Boom. The Graut boom is making a great stir iu the political world, but the leading event ia the clothing business is the Hess boom, at the Cincinnati clothing house. It is booming with an immense aud unrival ed stock of ready made clothing and furnishing goods. Mr. Hess has bouglt very largely, and his stock comprises all the new styles and patterns, aud tiers a grand assortment to select from. Mr. Hess has unsurpassed facilities for buying, and can sell us low as goods can be bought for. We have looked at his very large and complete stock, and ad- ise our readers to call and inspect it. Bay & Wood have just received a full line of queeusware. Also a full line of glassware. Many new aud handsome patterns Call and see. w42t2 Mrs. S. P. Chase, teacher of piano, organ, guitar ami tnorougu uass. io. 185 Commercial street, between tilh and th avenue, upstairs. I,i277ml-w42t2 Kent KwLate Transfers fur September Emporia City Lota. tin lies to C. Korde. lot 132 Mate t 3 41 100 loo Kritnk r'rye to Smith & Orangroir, lot 32 W est . fc. Jurtlan to Ueu. Suhl, lot 25 Neo sho K. Iluritsby to V. II t'olsoni, lot 82 btule 1' Cbamnau to Evan Davis, lot 41 Commercial Hoi km to Jam. 8 Mvaus. lots 16 and Is Uechanics 80 1.5 i,.r00 4M 40 600 M James Means to T A Tnotnon, same II. It Ijuwo to J Al. Hums. 13 Market . 1 V. Holderuinn to K. lloldcrnian, 87, Hil and t Exchange. lloliicruiaii to it iain,t cxcuaitxe Wilson to K. Hull. atf Neo-dto K tireer to K. J. tiowen, Wi (Join'l oh i Carlo ir toJeume Carlo w, 110 Ne ono I.. II. Kren. h to J. V. Drake. 10 State . I Ml a (ill Co to K I. AIauI.eiitia , 1M NemtioTx 1 IC W. tiiliiam toC. 11. W iliuot. Ill) .Mer chant. j Cottonwood ami 4i Market IjCli . 1. Chaiiniitu to T. I. r.rairunicr, til) Commeriial 150 KiU tx n Ml U (Ml SO lM 4'i 500 75 SO 00 Mi .Ml 2- Wiu Kaistes to C V,. Ferren, IS ami 2.1 keltoirir'tf ail -ition I.niu county to Httibua anl Mucl.un- uai), lis Kural Alorris to J. Iv Tyler. 2 comiueiv I K. I lorn by to A. A. Clark, 47 Constitu tion D. W. bloruiont to A. J. Siainbrook, 1 Mural K. iloriioby to.lolni iOinkli', 101 C'om'l ;inc I.. Holly to Jerry O'Coimell, is liural W.T Snlen to M. C.ieelUh, 27 Mechanic street. Kamtoliih's aiMiliou II . ;. ros to !wi'l Th. una.-, lil We.-t K I. Jones to II . (.1 rw Hi', hiil'ivss J. II. Diiucau to M.I row ley, 10S Neo sho II. liinlai to M. I, tiray, 74 loiifcre-. . K. lloru-liv lo M I tirav. 76 CoiiKres. . Ilorni-by to J. V. Tiuewortliy, US Constitution Klla A. Newman to J. W liuthurcui, it East . . l.von county to .1 . .1 . IIucU, 4, ! anil SI Kural tax ilteil Noyes Spicer to John A. North, 7 Rural K. Hon to 1 hos. Tuvlor, 1 Neosho... I . Miller to Holmes Ji lloUlen. east 21 teot 01 ami UU Merchant 1.000 Ladies, color your own photographs. No previous knowledge of water-colors necessary. Full instructions scut for $1. Address, Miss A. Kinsi.ky, Care of Mrs. C. C. Marble, w40l4 210, 2d Aveuue, N. York City. llucklnu'a A rule Salve. The best Salve iu the world for cuts. bruises, sort's, ulcers, salt rheum, tetter. chapped hands, chilblains, corns, und all kinds oi skin eruptions. 11ns salve is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in every case or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by U. Whcldou S Co., Lmporia, Kansas. dlOoyl. ANNOUNCEMENTS. To the Independent Votkiis ok Lyon County: The undersigned hav ing been duly nominated for County Treasurer by the Greenbackers and also by the Democrats, hereby announces his intention to make the race for that ollice, aud if elected will try to collect the tax. es of the county carefully and honestly; and while he does not purpose going around shaking hands, ' kissing babies ud soliciting votes in a hypocritical sort of way, he will duly appreciate the good will of those who may vote for him. w42t3 Thus. Ajimok. At the request of friends of all politi cal parties, I will be a candidate for the office of Register of Deeds, at the coin ing November election. d&wtf W. P. Bkoadweh. Empokia, September 20, 18T0. Euitoks News: At the request of many friends, hereby announce myself as an iudeH!iideiit candidate for the of fice of Register of Deeds for Lyon counly, subject to the decision of the legal voters of the county, at the ensuing election in Novemlier next. w40t5 UiciiAiu F..IIlohks. Announcement Extraordinary. Pcarsall enters the free for all race for sheriff. Make room for the heavy weight champion in the political prize-ring.. Wc are requested to announce Rig Hank, whose surname is Pearsall, as an independent candidate for sheriff' of this county. He Is independent but aggres- sive. He is more radical than Zack Chandler or Jim Blaine, more conserva tive than Horatio Seymour or Allen G. Thurinan. On finance he is the peer of old Greenbacks himself and does not wish to be compared to such financial glow-worms as Tom Ewing, John Sher man or Sam Wood, and he has a bigger barrel than old Tilden. In fact he is just the man (he thinks) for sheriff of Lyon county. Fearing neither man nor devil, he snaps his fingers at such chaff as Jake Moon, Tom Ryan and Hank Lowe and fully confident of his ability, he pro poses to cry the sheriffs sales from the east door of the court house for the next two years. w39t4 LIST OF LETTERS Advertlned. October 8, 179. Ails worth, F. It. Ciiffonl, l. T. Allaru, tieo. Burns. Owen lirowa A. Keardilev, A. K. Burgees Cieo. b brown, Saralc UolU. riohl Itayne. 11. T. Hank, li. II. Curry, Cant. J. H. Coaklev, W. T. Cook, YVm. Emmcrt, J. A. Exknower, J. W. Knn. Wm. Kisher, Mary S. Hess, John 1-ove John Lanttin, I'.i McC'abe, . J Meeley. James McMerrimaq. Jas. Moore, Jot-n H. Parker, Alliert Kee.1, Athinire Itockeubeine. Frank Miray, C. F. Kluy, W . II . Sherman, V . V. Toww, L.. Wetley, John Wright, J. U. Wall, Ben liarlauil, Jos. K. - -skld Pom rOSTAOB. Sarah Willie, ZauetTille. Obio. Tkeo. X. Vailo, Boston, Ma. lis Libbie M. Clarke, Salem, N. T. C L.Barry. Manj.Uehl.Ouio. W. K. lall. HotUs. 111. Hn. D. H.Tberwa, Lexington, Ohio. Mrs. L. Baysincer, Hartlont, Kan. W. E. Vaughn, New Bedford. llL Mose, James, Pendleton, ln.t. American Central Ins. Co., St. Louis, Mo HKLD FOR DIKBCTION. Small government envelope, amber; over wcitcht; two So stamps on upjier right hand corner; no auurcas There is no use denying that "favorite' cooking-stoves are so firmly fixed in the minds and affections of the people, bv the wonderful perfection of their con struction and operation, as to place them in the lead ot alt outers. w I2tl AMERICUS NOTES. Ktlitetl by Keso." Monday, Oct. 13. Al Lowry had his baggage checked for a irit this season, but missed con nection. We are not boastful. We never blow; but we can sell you the lest cigar in town for ten cents. M. W. UiM. We will put down ten feet of good sidewalk between Sherman & Richard eon's corner and the Sutton house, pro vided -tliers will join and lay the bal ance. Chris. Groscup takes ten feet next. Fresh chocolate and cocoa candy at M. W. Gibson's. John U. Stanly's thn-elittle girls came through all alone from Alliance, Ohio, a few days since. They report being kindly treated, and think they could have gone through to California without trouble. Hams and breakfast bacon at M. W. Gibson's. The rains have come nt last and we hear a lew farmers talking of sowing wheat, but I have but little faith in late sown wheat. If you have the ague try Smith's ton ic, for sale by M. W. Gibson. The corn crop will be much lighter in this vicinity, than was thought to be some time ago, real go.nl crops being very searee. Corn will undoubtedly be higher than for several years, as there is now a full stock of cattle and hogs in the country lo feed. Dave Loy White ride butchers walk Ctihola; time, Sunday; case con tinued. Tuesday, Oct. 14. A book addressed to M. W. Gibson & Sou at the postoffice. Fok Sale ou Rent Store room in Americus. Will sell on easy terms, or will trade for farm. For information apply to J. D. Giltson, Americus, or btotler & Graham, Emporia. Yesterday we visited Dunlap for the first time in six days and found the town improving. Several new buildings being under way now, and a new lum ber yard being quite an 'addition. Met numerous old acquaintances Parsons, Still. Dr. Miller, the black 'Squire, or 'Squire LSlack, Stevenson, and the fiat man. Met Charley Drake on the "di minished reserve ;" said he was looking for the oilier Kavvs. A fresh invoice of men and loys' boots at J. D. Gibson's one price cash house. The cry of "register oryou can't vote," has been in the papers so much that some have thought that we of Americus must needs register or not vote. Not so, 'tis only small towns like Emporia and Wichiia that have a registry law Americus gets along without. Keno. Wednesday, Oct. 15. Jim Canmbell was tin here election eering for Mose Coppock this week. Lem Heritage is mad because we were the innocent cause of his not getting "them shoes." A fine new stock of women's shoes at J. D. Gibson's one price cash house. Tressltr's new hall will be dedicated on Friday evening, Oc loiter 24lh, by an entertainment consisting of a dramatic play, by home talent, reading and reel tat ions by Miss F. M. Estabrook, and music' by Sogard's minstrels and the cor net band. The entertainment will be biughable, interesting and instructive, and we shall expect to see everybody there. We always prefer an entertain ment by home talent to that given by the average traveling troupe, and we are assured that the play selected is the kind that takes best full of fun and has a good moral. We neitl scarcely say a word in regard to Miss Estabrook, as she is well known as the finest reader and elocutionist in the west. We have the assurance that there will Ihj a large num ber of our city cousins ami aunts up from Emporia. Wc have but a word to add, and that is that if vou don't want to laugh and feel good, why keep your tiianer aiui si:iy m uouie. IVENO. COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE. Toledo Items. Monday, Oct. 13. S thool commenced to-day. Heavy rains lately, but glorious for the wheat. Mrs. Jane Hammer is visiting at Mr. Nathan Stout's this week. Four men near the switch.during last wii k found a Itee tree. They used up two days, bought 100 feet of rope, built long ladders, and made other sundry preparations, and on close examination the tree was found to contain a large wasp's nest. We refrain from mentioning any names iccai!:;e oi our physical weak., ness, as we might get licked. Mr. Weaver, of Emporia, was around last week, canvassing for the life and travels of Geu. Grant. Of course all of us Graut men subscribed. Air. M- H. Lewis had shipped to him last week a car load of fine coal, which he proitoses to sell at IS cents, delivered at Toledo. This enterprise will greatly aid those who wish coal and are notable to go so far for it. Mrs. Allen, Mrs. Reals, DaVid Allen and family-, and quite a number of oth ers near here, went to the tjuaker yearly meeting now in session at Jawrence, Kansas. Aunt Dinah. llartford. Mr. W. J. Brogan is quite sick with pneumonia fever. Mr. I'rogau's now house is enclosed and will soon be finished. Vernon Ap- picny is ttuiuiing H. Fih.-kinger & Co. have just put up the neatest grocery sign in town sit differ ent from the one lluit aptcareil on the old grange store a lew years ago, which reuti; "jjafciti iur SHU," The Enterprise bus moved into the Ap pleby building, which is much superior to us oh! quarters. Mr. Hethcnngton is making a success out of his paper. Itumor says another newspaper will be issued this week in Hartford. Why not incorporate the town, and make a city out Ot 117 A new harness shop has been opened up during the week. Everything looks new. The I toot and shoe shop has -also cuangcq trout ar.u occupies tlie same liu i tiling with the harness shop. Mr. Thomas Campbell is plastering and putting the finishing touches to his house. Prof. Neece, attorney at law, and Doc tor Shafer Lave established an office in the old grange store. lue Itarttoru school is prosperous. unuer tlie management ot frols. liogan ana ituuy. Bev. Jacob Stuckey. a Bussian Men- nonite preacher, entertained the breth ren of that sect for several days last week ile is lrom ilcl'herson copnty. Mr. Bice, one of the original nre-cmnt- ors ot me townsite oi liarttoru, is in town lor a lew days. An honest man is the noblest work of God." We accidentally overpaid a man a dollar to make change, the other day and called his attention to it. Well, he kept it. II. Frultland Items. Wkiwesday. Oct. 15. The school board are re-rooting and nitmg up the school house. Mr. Weaver, of Emporia, teaches our school this winter. We are but little ac quainted with W, but Bee no reason why ne suouia not teacu a goon school. Mr. John Stanley's three daughters nave just arrived lrom Ohio. We wel come thein.to our quiet neighborhood Fruitland has some of the prettiest girls in the county. Keno, come over ana see lor yoursell. Mr. Geo. Bank has been aoite ill for some time, dui is around again. ... . ? E. J. Moore is the happiest man in t ruiuanu. iva a nor. There was a social gathering at Mr. Drake's Wednesday evening of last weeK. Mr. S. M. Bell has moved from Amer icus to his farm in Fruitland. Joe Whinery has moved to Allen erect. Bundy says, girls are all the go, but r.il uoq t uiiu& so. Kaw land claims can now be had cheap. Come all ye good citizens, for tuai is tue K.inu we nae to see. anon. No mercury or minerals enter into the composition of Bromoline. It is the greatest vegetable blood purifier known. oom Dy iMonn as ltyaer. a3jUtU-w42tl A Wonderful Discovery. For the'soeedy cure of Consumption and all diseases that lead to it, such as stubltorn coughs, neglected colds. Bron chitis, Hay Fever, Asthma, pain in the side ana chest, (try nacmng cougu, tick ling in the throat, noarseness. sore throat, and all chronic, or lingering dis eases of the throat and lungs, Dr. King's Isew Discovery has no equal,-and has stablished for itself a world-wide repu tation. Many leading physicians rec ommend and use it in their practice. The formula from which it is prepared is highly recommended by all medical journals. The clergy and the press have com pi l men tea it in tue most glowing terms. Go to 3'our druggist and get a trial bottle free of cost, or a regular size for$l. For sale by B. WTieldon & CoM Emporia, Kansas. 5 dl20tG-wl7tl. There are men who will spend their money foolishly, and allow their families to be deprived of some of life's comforts, but we think their are few indeed who will insist on their families using com mon kerosene lamps when a small sum n vested in the Harris & Smith Safety lamps will protect thm from accident. For sale by North & Ryder. w42tl CncBcn Music. The finest music Drovided bv anv church in the eonntv is to be heard on Sundays and holidays at St. Francis Xaviers in New York. Its organ and its choir are alike famous. id its services are crowded by both the religious and the critical. The credit of this superb preeminence belongs to the organist, Professor Wm. Berge, music doctor, who but a little while ago, rup tured an artery in his arm and had to abandon his profession until cured by iles' liniment Iodide Ammonia. Giles pills cure Dyspepsia. Sold by W. II. Sisler. Trial size 25 cents. Send for pamphlet Dr. Giles, 120 West Broadway, Jt. Y. d230t($-w42tl A Sample Uottle Kree. - Marsh's Golden Balsam, the great Throat aud Lung medicine, cures Coughs, Colds, Croup, Y hooping Cough, Hoarse ness, Sore Throat, Bronchitis and Con sumption. Try it. Sample bottle free. Regular size 50 cents and sl.(H). t or sale by B. Weldon & Co., and North & Ryder, Druggists. Fifty cents will buy the MARSH AGUE CURE liquid or pills. Itcures the worst cases of Terlian, or Third Day Ague, and all forms of Chills and Fever. Never known to fail. Try it. For sale by B. Weldon & Co., and North & Ryder, BARGAIN COLUMN. Lost. A memorandum book. Octo ber 7th, between Toledo and Plymouth switches. Contains name of Burdick & Dietrich. Suitable reward paid for its return. w42tl C. P. Dietrich. Try Febrina, the great remedy for fever and ague. Warranted to cure. Sold by North & Ryder. d280t0-w42tl Strayed. Monday, October 6, a small black, last spring's colt ; some scratches on near hind leg. Any one returning him to me, or giving information by which he may be found will lie liberally rewarded. G. W. Pye. Any information may be left with Stotler & Graham. dl74tl-w42tl Strayed. A cow and calf, about July 1st, 1879; one light red roan cow marked ith crop and slit in right ear and under bit in left ear, with small horns; also a red heifer calf marked with crop on right ear and under bit in left ear. Any one giving information leading to recovery will be liberally rewarded. Andrew Hinshaw, w40tf 24 miles east of Emporia. For Sale. Thoroughbred Poland China boars, from 4 months to one year old. The finest and best bred pigs of the breed ever offered for sale in Lyon coun- i'rices as low as can lie tound any where. W40I4 Li. n. wrigut. Notice. The Chicago Lumber Co. are now prepared to firfhish both anthra- ltc and soft coal in quantities to suit purchasers. Prices as low as the lowest. WttHt Timber. Parties having timber tracts offromtcnto sixty acres may find a ustomer by calling on us at once. W40tt iSTOTI.EK B UKAHAM. Strayed Two bay marcs, one heavy with foal when she left, likely has colt by her side now, has small running sore on left jaw; the other one a light bay, thick mane and tail, left hind foot white, and is rather stiff in front. Will pay 3 for information leading to their recovery, or a more liberal reward lor tneir re turn. Gassett & Wood, w37tf ISox 86, Emporia. A Successful Washing Machine. The well known Sweepstakes Washing machine is for sale at the Grange store, Kuiporia. Ladies can save a great deal of hard work and time by using the Sweepstakes. It is a practical, reliable inaemue. iicwszu u. vt . xush, .agi. Look Here! Do you want to bor row money on ten years time, or less, payable in installments, at fair rates f We can furnish it to you. Woitt A. s. MMITII it uo. Wanted. At the Emporia furnifure factory 100,000 feet of lirstclass walnut lumber. w39nctf Arnold & Co. A Good Plan. As "an ounce of pre- ention is worth a pound of cure" it is a good plan to buy a bottle of Kress Fe ver Tonic, and during the season when chills and fever are prevalent, take a small dose daily, thus preventing the possibility of contracting any malarial disease. If vou have the ague buy a bottle and be cured promptly and surely The monev refunded if it does not cure it contains no tiutuinc or poison, aim is pleasant lo take. w38mo4 Pensions and ttounties obtained by C. B. Bachellcr. Woitt Some Choice Locations between souili avenue. Emporia, and the cotton- wood, on Hie west side of Commercial street: hiirh. well drained, with good soil, good water and good title are for sale; also cheap lots on Copley's addi tion. Address Hub. E. I. McCollom, w29mo6 Council Grove, Kansas. Money to Loan. -Wm. Duguid, Em WKC2otf. poria, Kansas. Everybody's Business. For stationery. Blank-books, pockt cut- tlery, pocket-books aiie lamps, go to nuKTH a 1 x urn. A a A Cabd. To all who are suffering from the errors and indiscretions ot youth, nervous weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, Ac. I will send a recipe that will cure you. FREE OF CIIAUGE. This great remedy was dis covered by a missionary in South America. Send a self-addressed envelope to Cev. Jo seph T. Inman, Station D, New York City For Lone Star Oil. the family safeguard, go to North St Btdik's. Ask for James Smith's Imperial cigars. It you want a prescrition neatly and care iully coinpoundet. go to SobtbA BTPKB's. For delicate shades of. mixed paints, white lead, oils, and window glass, go to BUKIB A SI IIII I Neck tics and silk handkerchiefs, "lall styles." just received at G. P JONSS A COs. Fikx James Smith's Imperial cigars. For choice perfumeries. One soaps and a full line ol brushes, go to Nobth A Ry Pita's. Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral the world's great remedy for Colds, Coughs ana Consump tion. 41-42 A Good Flan. As an ounce of prevention is worth oound of cure." It is a good ulaa to buy a bot tle of KRESS FEVER TONIC, and during the season when chills and fever are preva lent, take a small dose daily, thus preventing the ixsibilitT of contracting any malarial disease. If yon have the ague, buy a bottle and be enred orom Dtl v and surelT. The mo ey retnnded if it does not curb. It contains no quinine or poison, anu is pleasant to take. Gbkkh'S Acocst Flowkk. It is natural for people suffering with Dyspeia and Lit ercomuiaiat. or any deraaa-enientof tnedi restive ors-ans. such as sour stomach, sick ueaoacne, naiJimat cusiiTeues. iAiiwifciuu of heart, heart burn, water-brash, gnawing burnuiff nains at the Lit of tbe btoniaen. vel low skin, coated tongue and disagreeable taste ia the mouth, coming up of food after eating, low spirits. c lo pat on irom uay buvinir an article that thev know has cured their netirhbor. friend or relative, yet they have no faith in it until it is too late. But if you will go to your druggist, J .A. Moore, and ret a bottle of Ukkkn's august lower. your immediate cure is as certain as you live. Sample bottles of this medicine can be ob tained for 10 cents to trr its superior virtue. Kegnlarsiae TS cents. Try it; two doses will relieve any case. wStieow Joy to the AfHleted Tin. .r eminent American etaemists has discovered a process whereby he obtains, in a palatable lorui. all the active medicinal proix-rue of the East lu.lia Cinchona bark, without Uis tiirhuK the irritant and inert matter. In this preparation the alkaloids are in their na tive combinations', and the same proportions of the ingredients are maintained asexistin the celebrated bark lrom theNelUherrv hills, llus preparation is called Clifford 's Fb RIFL'UE, unit is fast taking the place ol qui nine and the so-called ag-ue cures, etc- in the market. J. C . KICH aEDsKiN. PrSp'r, tor sale by all druggists. St. Louis. : 4iMI-4i Market Uuotations. K3IP01UA MARKETS. Corrrectcd up to Noon each Day. l-MPoaia. Oc tolier 15. l8to. WUOLK ARTICLES firaln, prr bnsht-1. Wheat, No. 3 Wheat, No. 4 Wheat, rejected Corn, white Corn, yellow Corn, new Oats 8 ALB. BETSIL. 78 73 iSrtotio 25 25 S!l JD 25 22to25 18to2i Kve Castor tteaus r lax seed fetaca Feed, ner 10O lbs. Ground corn andoiits... 80 85 75 75 00 ft HO 3 SO 3 25 S 25 S 80 "2 m 25 3 0U 3 (SO S 'Jti t J0 2 50 8 VM S 70 X 90 a 70 2 90 2 HO S 70 - 00 2 60 "i 26' Ground rye and outs Cracked corn ... Ship stuff ltran loar A Ural, ner 100 lbs. uarvesi v;uecu ti ot).... Wichita White hose Golden Grain Soden's Kagle 4-X S-X .- " Snow Flake. . ' Little Jicautv.. Armor's A A " 4.V " sx Stout Bros A Co.'s (jueen 4 -v B & Jones' Ladies Fr'ud 4X Taylor A W's Magnolia 4-X Uuinplirey Co s Eureka! Favorite 4.V " SX Graham Hour. Uye Hour Corn meal , Uuckwheac flour ... eiretablM. Potatoes, per bushel.... 1 00 40 40 2to5 12,U)15 0 Mold BtolO 4 Stola 15 15 10 lltol5 rum I ps. 30 Unions, per peck Cabbages, per head Tomatoes, per peck. . . . . ueets, iter buMiel Eire ulants. each quash, Sweet potatoes, per lb. . Melons, eacn Pooltrr. 1' rod are. Ac. Butter, per lb..'. Eggs, iierilozeu Milk, iter quart Cheese, per lb , Cbickeus, live, per dozen il 75to 2 40 dressed, per 11 Turkeys, live, each - tiresse.1, per ib imi r raits. Apples, per bushel Peaches. 80to 1 50 Graites, per lb 10 n0 50 1 15 10 lOtolS 30 15 30 li l-euioiis, per uozen Oranges. Dried r raits, ner lb. Apples Akleu apples Currants 'runes Raisins , California plums California pears , ruieu cnerries Blackberries, new Lire Stork. Fat steers, per lb Fat cows, " 3t3S Fat hogs. " Fat sheen. " to3 p!',to3 fltolO Calve, per head r resa union cows, . Horses, " . Sf-'illtoliO "on ics. " . Mules. . Oxen, " . hrrsn seats, Ac, per lb iseei s leak 8tol3 Roasts btoiz 8too5 Boiling pieces eai itol2; iU12, Mutton Pork loU!t n Moll 0 8 15 15 liest ham Country hum Miouhlers icon Dried beef, native Dried beef, bulfalo Sausage, home sausage, uologua Laid . . . 15 7tu09 Wool, ucr lb. Tub-washed 23toS3 llStolS TWtoil li j4lo5 r leece-washed Unwashed, medium Unwashed, line Hides, ner lb. Dry flint. No. 1 Ureen Green salted FOREIGN MARKETS. Nrir York Honey Markrt. New York, Oct. 15. Government bouils Closed firm. Kailroml ttoiuis Active. Male securities Hull . Money &J010 active: 7 ner rent. Itisuoiiuts l'rimo mercantile iiancr, 5 a C; uer vent. Lite Stork markets. Kansas city, Oct. 13. Cattle Keceipts. 1.410: shipments. 1,007 market toleralilv active, the ileuinml from fcliipers and feeders having been fair; sut iiiv ciiiciiv coioiaao ami j exans. 1102a iteceiuls. : 2.4'.il sliiiiuieut. 63. bales at&15 a 3 27,1;.- sneei) lieceints. 420: shinments. 1.5-15. o sales and market cull ST Loris. Oct. 15. Hosts Fairly active aud lower: mixed par.kinir, ki 25 a ti 50; Yorkers and Ualtitnnrs a 40 a ti so; butchers to select, f i 00 a .i ou receipts, h.iOO; snipments, a.uin). cattle entirely Ditcnauifed: recemts. l.uuo shiitineutS. yoo. Sueeu Very slow; prices unchanged; re ceipts, 000; shipments, 500. tirsin sad Produce. Kansas City, Oct. 15. Wheat Receipts, 30.222 liushels; shipments, 8,1100 Luhels: in store. UIU.:!! bushels. Mo. a. 1 15; No 3, J101J ; No. 4, $1 lli Corn Ke el pis, z.ll'J iiusiiei; shijiments, two bushels 111 store, Z3,4sb bushels ; .o. 1 mi.vea, 04c new, 27c. CHIC AGO, OCt ID. Flour Demand Rood at full prices, tirain Wheat. No. 2 red. fl 2": No. spring-, $1 10,. Corn, 42jo. Oats, SO'c ltye tba. Uarlev. roc. Provisiuiis I'ork. $10 50: shoulders. 3 short ribs, to 70; short clear, $3 70. Lard, St. I.OVIS. Oct. 15 Flour Stroner and hiifher: l'umiiy. t0a'J20 choice lo laiu-v. to 40 a i to liraiu vvneat. rto. 2 rei. i.i": mo. a rea, SIS! Corn, 3Sio. Oats. 2-Sc. ltye, 75c 1'rovisions I'ork. S10 40 Itrv salt meats 7 25 a 7 50. Lard. Itiill ; r 75 asked; $5 00 bid Sheriff's Sale. Timothy M. Hamilton vs. UliZa Newell. Notice is hereby civeu that pursuant to an order ol sale issued out ol the alii juuicial lisirict court, sitimir in and for the county of Lvun ami state Ol Kansas, in me aitove enii tied cause, and to n.e directetl. 1 will, on Mon av. the 17 th day of November, a. i. im:n at 10 o'clock a. ni. of said (lay, at the frontdoor of the court house, in the city of tntjiori.-i. L.yon county. Kansas, oner lor sale, and sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, all the riKht. title and interei-t of the said del'eudant, Klizu A. N'cnell, in aud to the following real etaie. to-wit: 'incroiiin halfortliesnuthea.it quarter oi secuon nine ("J), township twenty (20), range eleven (ill, in l.yon county, Kansas ( s,'i ol seqrtl, 20, 11) rontainiitjf eighty acres, more or less; said real estate to be sold as the property of said dctcudaut, to satisfy said order of talc. W4215 s lteriff Lyon iouiity. Kansas. THE EMlOItIA NATIONAL BANK. Capita! and Surplus, - $120,000 Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Drafts drawn on Eastern cities and all points in fcuiojic. Special Attention given to Collections. Gold Coin and Sterling Exchange bought at current Kates. Advances made on Shipments of Grain and stock, and commercial raper Discounted. The highest prices paid tor School, Township vtiy anu .-ouiii-y xuuis. P. B. PLUMB, President. C. HOOD. Vice President. L.T. HERITAGE, Cashier. DIRKCTOR8 P. B. Plumb. W.T. Soilen. I.T Heritase, Lewis I.utz,C. Hood, Daniel littler A. ti. Koroiston. M. W. Phillips. A. KotierM. H. c. a bos.", Prttaetu. Wm. 31 A RTISDA LB. T7ns PrttH. . It. HULliKRMAS, CtuMitr. First National -15 AN K- OF EMPORIA, KANSAS. Casual Stock Paid in, $100,060. SURPLUS FUND, $20,000.00. Does a General Banking Business. J. A. YOUNG, DENTIST Kaaooria. Ksa. Booxa oyer First National Bask. GK W. Newman & Co., STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, Oarpets, Clothing", Boots, Shoe's, Hats and Caps, 157 Commercial street, Emporia. It is impossible in the space at Every Department is Full to Overflowing with Bought at prices which We extend a cordial invitation to all before buying their Fall and Winter supplies, and if good goods and lots of them, with fair prices and courteous treat ment avail anything "Follow the SEWING MACHINE REPAIRING ! J. B. FARR Will be at Cook's restaurant, northwest corner Commercial street and 7th avenue, for lite above purpose, charges reasonable ana work guaranteed, ii2H)U'-w42ll' Wind Mills! Wind Mills! Save Money! 11 uy Save the Time! ECLIPSE or INGELS WIND MILL OF O. AV. Miller, Kmporia, Ivans. Thev are the best mills manufactured. AGENTS WANTED. O. W. Miller wants accntH. who can make 15 to $10 per day selling l'ool's celebrated Storm Signal. w42iiuio Wood! Wood! COl'STY CLERK'S OFFICE. ( Kmi'Oui, Oct. 14. 170. Sealed proposals will he received at this of fice until Mou. lav, the 17th day of Novemlier 1S71I, at 2 p. in . for furnishing Lyon count y with no less than 50 cords of wood, 15 cords to be delivered at the poor farm and the bal ance at the court house: to lie oak, hickory, walnnt or hackberrv. sound split cord wood. Ilids will be received for given aud dry wood scuaraieit. miuhi hi iic utinuri.ii, imit-mui bv the 20ih of Ltcceii.lior. Is7'.. ami the hal ancc by the 15th ol .lanuary, lsso The right to reject any and all bids is leseivcd. II v order ol the board. W42t4 Wm. F. EWIXU. Co. Clerk. Notice. Emtokia, Kans., Oct. 15, 170 Notice is hereby given that the billowing described school land, s tuated in Ljon coun ty, Kansas, will lie offered for sale at public auction at my ollice in the court house, in Km poria, on Saturday, the Xth day or November, lsl'j; said salo to be open for bids from lu o'clock a. m. to a o'clock p. Description. s T. If, Hi ns Hi Hi lti 111 Hi lii Hi Hi Hi Hi ill Hi IU Price S3 Ml 3 00 ltd :( no 3 Oil a imi 8 Oil 3 IKI 3 00 3 no 3 00 3 00 (Ml 3 U0 3 IKI 3 oo w qr of n w (jr. Ne or of nw or. Sw r of nw (ir . ,Se qr of nw qr.. N w qr of nil qr Ne qr of ne qr . Sw qr of ne qr. . be qr of ne qr.. N w qr of so qr. . Ne qr of se qr. . sw (ir of se qr. . se qr ol se qr.. Nw qrof sw qr.. Ne qr of sw qr.. Sw qr of sw qr.. Se qr of sw qr.. W42U ::it ; . :;ii . an 3 ,.3 .:m .i"!i .;iii .:ili ., 30 .HO Wi 11 li. W EASTMAN County Treasurer. Election Proclamation. Statk of Kansas,) l.von County. i ss. The State ot Kansas to all to whom these presents come, Krecliujr: Know ye. that I IS. Moon. 'lierilT of Ly on county. Kansas, bv virtue ol authority in me vested, do by this proclamation Rive puli lic. notice that on thel uexlay Kuc-ceedinjf the lirst Monday in NhvpiiiIht, A. It. 1n7'.i. there will be held" a general election, and theolli cers at that time to be clio-eit are ns f.illows, to-wit: ACouiitv lieik.at outity 'I'renMirer, a Itesfctcr of Deed", a Sher IT, a I on iter, a County Surveyor and a County Coiiiniissioiier in the 2nd district, consist ins of Americus, Apnes City, Waterloo, Fremont and Reading townships. And votes ol electors for said of ficers will he received at the polls of each election district in said county. In testimony whereof 1 have hereunto set my hand at my ollice at Kinporia, iu said couuty, this 10th day of October. A. D. 1111. .1 II. MOON . (I276lf-w42lf Sheriff Lyon County, Kansas. Road Notice. Notice is hereby friven that a petition has been presented to the Ixiar.l ol county roiu missioners of Lyon county, Kansas, asking for the oacating and fe-locatiiiK of a county road, as loliows, to-wit: Coinmeitcinir at the southeast corner of the southwest (uarteroi section 10. township 20, ran;e 11; thence iu a northwesterly dirtclion to Coal creek ; thence in a northeasterly direction across said creek to where it intersects the quarter section line again. And re-locating the saute cornmenc iug at the southeast corner of the southwest quarter of section 10, township 30, range 11; thence in a northeasterly direction around the bank of the creek to the quarter section line on the east of the southwest quarter of section 10, township 20, range 11. And upon said proposed road the board apiioiuied the following viewers: Lewis Lutz. W. S. Jay and D.S. Gilmore, to meet at the beginn ng of said road on the 31st Uay of October, A. D. Itfi'J, at 10 o'clock a. in., and in conjunction with the county surveyor to view, locale and survey said road, and to give all parties a hearing, ily order of the hoarii. W42&43 WM. K. EWlJiG, Co. Clerk. Road Notice. Notice is hereby given that a petition has been presented to tho board of county com missioners of Lyon county, Kansas, asking for the location of a county road, as follows, to wit: Commencing at the northwest comer of section 3d, township 9o, range 10; thence weston section line five miles, more or less, to the county line between Chase aud Lyon counties And upon said proposed road the board appointed th following viewers: Dan'l Hitler, Chas. t.ilman and L. O. Priest, to meet at the beginning of said road ou the SOUi day of October, A.D. 1S70. at 10 o'clock a. m . aud is conjunction with the county our- veyor to view, locate and survey said road, and to give all parties ahcaring. By ordurol Uie hoard. WM. V. EWIXU. w 12141 County Clerk. Road Notice. Notice is hereby given that a petition has been presented to the . board of county com missioners of Lyon county, Kansas, asking for the location ol a private mail, as follows, to-wit: Commencing at a point in tho mid dle of the public highway on the line divid ing the north. West quarter of section 8, town ship la. range 11. and the norid-esst quarter of section 3 towii-tii,. 19 rattle It. iu Lyon county. Kansas. 1 he ptuce oj beginning be ing about iw teei norm a ery irom tne north-east corner post 4f tnc counly bridge across the Neosho river, said bridge being located on the north-west quarter of section 3, toweship lit. range 11, in said county. '1 he exact place of beginning being 10 feet north from wuere uie line wturen liuc iwo quaru-r sections aforesaid crosses Uie east line of the said public highway, thence east 10 feel,i henre south to the north tauk of Uie Noosbti river, tbeneedown the Neusho river ami making said north river bank the south aide of said road until the same intersects the south-west quarter of the south-east quarter of section townshin lit, range 11, a distance of aoo yards, making said road nut to. exceed ii feet ia width. And upon tiki pronOMvl road the board appoi: led tUe following viewers: Wm. Wells, Wm". ilollingswortu and ttoht. Itob ei t. to meet at the beginning of said road, on the SUth day of October, A. D , at 10 O'ctuca, a- and in conjunction with the county surveyor, to view, locate and survey said Uoaii, and to give all parties a hearinsr. By order of the board. W. F. JiWINtl, County Clerk. Dealers in our command to give an intelligent idea of our immense stock. Desirable Goods, enable us to successfully meet all competition. we have no fear of crowd to THE HESS BOOM! Better Than a Silver Mine. The uarg-est The Latest Styles! The Lowest Prices ! C L O IN EMPORIA, Are to be found at the Cincinnati Clothing House, J. HESS, Proprietor. Tho Grant boom is a but the Hess boom is clothing trade Call on us for bargains. LEWIS LUTZ, J':iIor in nil kinds oi' Hardware, Steel, Iron and Nails AVc also soil the AVOUL1) KEXOWNKD SHUTLBR WAGON!! At !70, no more, no loss. Also the Celebrated Webber Wagon, Buckeye Mowers and Reapers, and a full line ot Wood s AKMEKS AND CITIZKNS1 S: R. HALL Invites your attention to Hie important fact thut he sells Groceries and Provisions for Cash Tin: xrr. r.ov, r;T ri:in:. A large and carefully s( lected stock of fctai.lc aud fancy Groceries always on hand. Fresh Vets eta klks and Frcits IN THKIK SEASON. A full linn of Wooden Svare and Pottery Ware tan lie found at this store. liet place in Lmporia to get BCTTER, EGGS, Oli FAKM 1'UOItUCE. Everybody who wants anything in the line of Groceries, should not fail to call at 160 Commercial St., Emporia, Kansas. 8. R. II A I.I,. THOMAS & JONES. DEALERS IN Staple and Faucy GROCERIES FLOUR, GRAIN, COUNTRY PRODUCE OCR 31 OTTO i BEST GOODS AT BOTTOM PRICES AND WARRANTED TO TLEASE. EMPORIA, KANSAS. MAKTIJT McCLKEICY, Veterinary Surgeon 1XD OBSTETIIICIAN. Ueave orders at Veh Bro. store, Ameir r.ns. Kansas. (Seventeen yean' experience and successful practice.) dlt-wzlu. to come and see us the result. Newman's!" Stock! -OF- 11 I M G-! large thing in politics, the great event in the J. HESS. Heapers and mowers. wi'ttr The Southwestern MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS, Have (ijicned a stock of Monuments, Head Stones, and Tablets, Furniture Tops, Bracket Shelves and a Gen eral Variety of KiiiikhoU Work, including Marble and Slate Mantels, At E3IIOKIA, KANSAS. As the stock aliove referred to is tho laryr ctt and lest selected to ho seen west or St. Louis, we invite the inspection of the public, and solicit all those needing anything in our line to call, or send lor designs and prions before purchasing elsewhere. V. A. ADAMS, Agent Commercial street, oppo W3tf Office and yard site court honi-e. K 311 OK I A Savings Bank. TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. Interest Allowed on Tims Dcjosits. J.JAY IllHTK, Presfclert 11. It US LA V, Cashier. DIRECTORS : J. Jat r.vcz. K. P. RRPKKir. J. J. WltlUUT, J. W. TKVJEVOKTfir. iiVWABD VVHVLV. P. 3. FRENCH, Restaurant ana Eatery ! DEALER IS , Staple and Fancy Groceries; Country Produce taken Jn KxchMge for Ciowda. Commefxial St., reariv Euro:.:;., Crrosite P. 0