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EMPOIIIA, FIUDAY, OCT. 17, 1571). The liolols are crowded. I)o you want to vote? Iii-jjisttr. Lewis Lulz ruturncd from Ohio Fri day c-veninjj. Wo guess there's raiu cuough for a few days. Emporia was treated to a street ser mon (Saturday. The hotel project is not dead, hut sim jly taking a rest. The Presbyterian college location has been postponed a year. The Episcopal folks are working away faithfully on Pinafore. O, those miserable, miserable side walks, aH over the city. Sir. C. W. Cleaver started Friday for Pueblo to visit friends. L. L. IIalleck'8 new residence will be ouc of the best in the city. The front of Sherman Sc Kichardsou's store Saturday looked like the 4th of July. Two small business rooms are going up on the corner of Commercial and Fourth. Thos. M unlock has sold his quarter section on Uadger creek to some new comers. The wheat is booming. A considera ble area lias been put in within the last few days. AVe wish the proprietors of those noisy boys at the post olllce Friday night had been around. W. F. Larimer has been reinstated at Emporia junction as train dispatcher, w hich pleases the "boys." This will wm le a military look in population, all owing to Sherman & Kichardsou's army clothing. Judge. Cunningham uttended the Osage county Sunday school convention Thursday and made an address. O, give us tlic girl with tlio life-lit brown liair. No oliU about cork let; or bun inns; lluhaway with the girl, lioiliflV.rcnce how fair, Whoso irincipnl lict is onions. A large numltcr of Friend went to Lawrence last Thursday to attend the yearly meeting of Friends held iu that city. The Santa Fe train west was 4t minutes late last -night on account of eastern trains arriving late at Kansas City. A gentleman writing about the death of n man, says it was caused by C. Mor bus. Morbus was at large at last ac counts. It raius- again. Uncle Joe Ernest showed us Heritage's "weather grinder" Thursday, and that said it would rain, and sure enough it did. The proceeds of the post office from the sale of stamps, etc., were $ :00 more for the quarter ending Sept. DO, than for any previous quarter. "Work has commenced on the line resi dence of lion. Win. Jay on his finely located grounds northeast o( the city. Jilson it Holmes have the contract. K. C, E. Sc S. It. It. trains w ill run at' ter tomorrow to Salt Creek, ltj miles south of Eureka, arriving at that point at !:1. p. in. and leaving north at ii-.'M a. m. Mr. Snppe, who has come here for the purose of establishing a 0!) cent store, has rented the room lately occupied by Mr. Lcvenjiood, and will open in about two weeks. AVe had the pleasure of meeting in the city last week AV. P. Hibbard, Esq., of Slurgis, Michigan. lie is the father of Mrs. L. Severy, and is here on a visit to his relatives. Stoves, tin and sheet iron ware have advanced 10 per cent since E. P. I'runer got in his winter stock, the largest he ever had. lie has not, however, advanc ed his prices. It is awful pleasant to step into one of the many hundred holes in our broken and shabby sidewalks. AVe tried it last night, and there came near Iking a suit for damages this morning. Mrs. S. E. Thomas, one of our most skilful dressmakers, has gone to Stirling, having accepted the place of overseer in the dressmaking and millinery depart ments of Davis & Yabcr, of that city. LuiiiIkt is up, and very scarce in the wholesale markets. The riso of prices in Chicago and elsewhere, and advance in freights, have caused the rise in retail prices. Fencing is $35 per 1,(XM feet, and other grades in proportion. AVe are in receipt of a complimentary ticket to the Solomon valley musical con vention and festival, to lie held, tinner the direction of Prof. II. S. Perkins, at Jlin nepolis, Octolier 2Sth to aoih inclusive. A large and successful convention is expected. Its Just the easiest thing in the world to find good silver mines in the llocky mountains uicc recreation, as it were. The expense of finding 'cm is a mere tritlo compared with tlio comfort and certainty of it. If you don't believe this, go and try for yourself. Makrikd. AT thq residence of F. AV. Hirth, Octolier !, by Elder S. G Iirown, Ephraim Drake and Eli.alielh M. Siot ler, all of Lyon county, Kansas. AVe return thanks for some of the ni cest wedding cuko wo have ever tasted. May the happy couple live long and prosper. A party of several of our citizens ran down to the Elk county lino Friday on th? Emporia and Eureka branch, with Lu. Severy, who took an official trip over the road. AVe had an invitation to go, but our engagement with the 4-can't-gct- away club" was such that we had to de prive ourselves of ihc pleasure, but we thank brother Severy all the same. Scnday School Convention. The State Sunday school convention will lie luvld at Salina, October 31st, 23d and 2Cd, 1S79. A large attendance is desired and solicited from all parts of the state. The best Sunday School talent of the nation will lie represented. Iteduced rales on all railroads have been secured. Dele- gates will please report to S. II. Williams, Howard C. llash and Henry C. Davis, I reception committee. Geo. II. Ci-osson, Sec'y. The Fair 1'rouiiuiu Lint. We devote considerable space to-day to publishing the list of premiums awarded at the Lyon county fair. The officers bad a great deal to do, and have furnished the list as soon as they could prepare it. It will also be found in the weekly News of Octolier 17. Parties desiring extra copies of the Daily or Weekly can obtain them at five cents per copy. AVe arc pleased to learn that the receipts of the fair paid all expenses, and left a moderate surplus for further improvements. AA'ill gentlemen be kind enough and gallant enough toward the ladies not to smoke in the post office? Gentlemen, will you make a note of this? Sherman & Hichardson's eastern buyer lias sent them a large lot of United States army caps, bats, blouses and over coats just wild by the government. They are genuine, very serviceable, and very cheap. See their advertisement for prices. Register! If you don't you can't vote. The law is explicit. A citizen may be legally qualified in every other respect, but if he is not registered he cannot vote. Attend to this duty, and attend to it at once. Don't delay. You must go in person and register. Moke Enterprise. D. Thomas & Co. have again enlarged, by adding a first-class carpet and cloak department, which they opened to-day for public in spection. This department occupies two elegant rooms on the second floor of Bancroft building, and com prises a large assortment of the newest styles of cloaks and a full line of carpets, matting, &c. Thomas & Co.'s store is one of the largest and most attractive in the state, and deservedly popular. A bright and ruddy cheeked school girl is "a thing of lieauty and a joy for ever" or words to that effect, but when you meet a whole troop of her, marching six abreast on a four foot side walk and to escape a colision are obliged to take the ditch on the one side or jump the fence on the other, words fail, and you tro home and thank God that your girls are all boys, for a lioy can be ''cussed." Ilutcluuson JNews. ' Moral. Even bright and ruddy cheek ed school girls ought to have some manners. AMERICPS NOTES. Kdited by "Keno." Thursday, Oct. 9." Pat King says, "when the Kaws were here they didn't allow dead cattle, d.igs etc., to lie around." There can't be any Kaws around now, 'cause there is a dead dog on the square that cause-es one to wish their nose was deaf. AVe learn from Dr. lioyal that Geo. F. AA'right, (a carpenter) who lived here through the summer and moved back to Ohio a short time since, is dead. Mrs. Wright was iu poor health when they left here, but she is improving. The musical talent of Americus, Messrs.Thyge Sogard and AVill Davidson hare been engaged as solo-violinist and violincellist, to assist at the musical con vention at Minneapolis, Kansas, October 28th and 31st inst. There is a compli ment that is well merited, and we are glad to know that our musical talent is being appreciated away from home. . Parties are the order of the day here. One a few evenings since at Mr. Cook's and one last night at Mr. Drake's, both of which were well attended and enjoyed muchly by the young folks. Keno. Friday, Oct. 10, '7D. M iss May Jaquith is in town. Dypthcria is booming on Allen creek. S.M.Bell has moved to his country seat. J. S. Gibson has bought the Iloberts house and lot. S. A. Brown fc Co., are building an office. Dr. Slarbuck and family are visiting in CofTcy county. John Anderson has sold his farm of 205 acres, and will shortly go to Oregon. Sam. Bell and I sold 91 head of cattle this week Sam. sold 90 head, and I sold the balance. D. P. Tressler is a safe man to deal with, or at least he ought to be, as he has a bran new lire and burglar proof safe. Scott Schultzy, Bob Hall and S. P. McCan, have each hung tip their half dry sample ears in my office, and each propose to get that new brass mounted corn cutter. AVe noticed six farmers startiug for coal yesterday to Coal creek. Lemon-aid, was what a young fellow nauied Lemon, from head of Allen creek wanted yesterday, when he came down to Dr. Boyal's office. This young Lemon had lieen "fHiliu" around the larboard side of a mule, and got the rind split to the lione clear across his forehead, and considerable of the j nice hud run out. IV. lioyal stitched the cut, but says there will be a scar there until lemons come igain. There was a rooster came down from Duulap yesterday, and front appearances he had made an etfort to bring the Dun lap saloon with(in)him, and he had cer tainly succeeded to considerable extent. His name was "Fiat," or something, and he wanted to file or run a boss or whip the constable, or something, until 'Squire Miller suggested to him that he might soin hear a verdict of drunk and disor derly $3.00 10 days costs, etc., Now we have heard medical men say, or have read it once, "that a person works the dirt out of their ears by the motion of their lower jaw," and we just thought if that is so, then that rooster must of had migh ty clean ears before he got home. Iv eno. AVkdnesday, Oct. 11. The May-llower came in yesterday from Council Grove. Two 'arts that beat as one Faro and Keno. A streak of fortune the cook to get rich. Cunningham & Adams had a dressed hog in the slaughter house hist night. This morning it was gone, whether they they know now. Charlie Grosscup is noted for a short haired chap; in f;u-l Charlie gets his hair moved every few day's and knowing this, the lioys were inclined to joke Charles this morning when they caught a blonde hair eighteen inches long on Charle's shoulder. A dead give away Charley. If every person's potatoes turns out as Conk's, potatoes won't bring more than $5 per bushel. "Col. Nicholas Smith, who married Ida Greeley, is the handsomest man in America." The editor that wrote that never saw Mosc Coppock. O. N. AVheelcr, of Carson City, Neva da, who has been visiting bis brother, John C. AVheelcr, on Duck creek, has gone to visit, relations in Springfield, Ohio. A rooster was brought before 'Squire Miller yesterday for giving his wife a black eye, and on the plea of guilty, a fine of $25.00 and costs were assessed on him. There will lie an entertainment by local talent, in the Tressler hall, on next Fri' day night week, OvL, 21th. Yesterday's uotes I gave to the mes seuger on the train now what became of them? Keno. The time hi iasel forthe"KlixirB."Cor. dials" etc, for the Haby, an-1 Ir. Hull's Baby syrup is now uie csiauusueu auarviiaoie row ely. 1'rice 25 centa. The ronchins and sneezing of persons troub le.! with bronchitis or tkUiiut, is exotsoivelv liaraosintr to themielvea ami annoying to others. 1 nomas- r-iemric .Jiiooviates au tins entirely, safely ami sueeeily. and is a begin remedy for lameness, soreness, injuries, piles, kidney ami spinal troubles. Important infor mation is (tiven in advertiseiueut in another column, bold ly r . ii. oioler. 02i .lti.xwl LIST OF PKEMICMS Awarded by tlie Lyon County Fair As sociation for the Fair Hell September ltb to Oth, 1879. Boll S years and over, 8 T Bennett. It pre mium; W li 11 CondilT, Sd. Bull X years and uutlei 3. J MeUfter, 1st; W V Waltmire, zd. Bull 1 year and under t, J H Waguer. 1st; A J Bayne ltd. Bull Calf. W II H Cundiff, l,t Cow a years and over, W 11 II Cumlifl". 1st; A J Bayne, fel. Cow 4 yean and under S, W II H Cuodiff, 1st ; 8 T Bennett, zd. Heifer 1 year aod under J, 8 T Bennett, 1st; Wm Moore, zd. Ileiler Calf, A J Bayne. 1st. Bull years and under aVT rl Cavanaogh.l st. Bull 1 year and under z, T II Cavanaugn, 1st. Bull Calf, T II Cavanaugh. 1st. Cow 3 years and over, X 11 Cavanaugn, 1st ; Cow a " " zd. Cow j and under s, " Ut. Heifer 1 year and " 1-t. Heifer Calf, T II Cavanaueh, 1st. Bull 2 years and over, W W Waltmire, 1st; AJ Bayne, 2d. Cow 3 years and over, 8 T Bennett, 1st; A J Bayne, zd. Cow 2 years and under 3, W W Waltmire, 1st; A J Bayne, 2d. llelfer 1 year and under 3, W W Waltmire, 1st; A J Bayue, zd.- lieilerCall. W W Waltmire, 1st. Two year old steer, 8 T Bennett, 1st. Milch Cow, M E Cochran. 1st. Herd 1 bull and cows, W 11 H CundiO, 1st; T II Cavanaugn, Id. Four calves with sire, T J Waters, 1st. t at steer, 8 T Bennett. 1st. Best bull any age, sweepstakes, J II Wag ner, 1st. Best cow any age, sweepstakes, T II Cavan augn, 1st. bialuon 4 years and over, Joseph Teak, 1st; S Hurker, zd. Btaliion colt, J II Davis, 1st. Mare 4 years and over, Lainuaaney Bros. 1st; Martin Lambert, 3d. Mare t years and under 3, Martin Lambert, 1st. btaliion 4 years and over, II Prichard, 1st Btaliion 3 and under 4, A A Wilson. 1st. btaliion 3 years and under 3, A M rnillip. 1st. Mare S years and over, F W Drake, 1st . Blare coll, i A ixuoins, isi. Mare 3 years and over, T J Achesou, 1st ; 1 f Burns, zd. Mare 8 years and under 4, John Whilcralt, 1st: J V liaudoluh. zd. Mare 3 years and under 3, X J Acbeson, lit; Mare coll. Ikvan Davis. 1st: W B Holt, id btaliion 4 years and over. Jot. reak, 1st; II P BroekeM, zd. Stallion 8 years and under 4, J F Cross, 1st; Btaliion z years and unnei a, w u atccaud Btaliion 1 aud under i, 11 P Biockett, 1st; II II t. ray, 2d Btaliion colt. Wui Stone. 1st; J Metzxrr. 2d Mare 4 years nud over, VV iu Bloue, 1st; 11 Prichard. zd. Mare 3 years ami under 4, 1 Wilson, 1st & 2d. Mare 2 and under 3, VV tx McCanulisa, 1st; B S Snoxijcrass, zd. Mare 1 year aud under 2, A Peak, 1st; Wm atone, au. M ultrin hiMtn J ' Villi..!- 1 Ciood mare, VVni Stone, 1st; F II Dobbins, Pair carriage team, W B Johnson, 1st. Pair, farm team, W B Johnson, 1st. Carriage horse, L L Halieck, 1st. Saddle horse. D K Pratt, 1st. Stallion any age, Dueay 4 Crunod, 1st Btaliion with 4 colts, Joe Peak, 1st. Mare any age, T J Acheson, 1st. Btalliou4 years and over, J Ioty, 1st; J Cline, zd. Btaliion 8 and under 4, Dueay A Crunod, 1st. Jack 4 years and over, Joe Peak, 1st Jack 3 years and over, A J Bayue, 1st. Pair Mules, A ti rider, 1st. Biugle mule, J Peak. 1st. Most attractive coop, Boss Thomas, 1st; M U Miller, zd. TVs blue.k Spanish, W W Waltmire, 1st. Two light liralimas, W Hammond, 1st; W S I-amberi, 2.1. Two drake. W Hammond, 1st. Two bun cochins, W Hammond, 1st; II Col ver, 2nd. Two uartridtro cochins. W Hammond. 1st: U Colver, zd two uouuuiqueg, J li doiio, 1st; Fannie Randolph, 2d. Two white Learhorns. W Hammond. 1st: II Colver, 2d. Two brown Leghorns, W Hammond, 1st. Two Haudaus, H E Boot, 1st. Bantams, any kind, P t Hall berg. 1st. Pair bronze turkeys, D Brown, 1st. Pair China geese, W Hammond, 1st & 2d Pair rowen ducks. Mrs 11 K Melzirer. 1st: W Hammond, 2d. pair cayuga ducks. Koss Thomas, 1st zd. Display poultry, W Hammond, 1st. Boar 1 year and over, Uuy Service, 1st; L K Wright, id. Boar under 1 year. L tt Wriirht. 1st :J V Ran dolph, zd. tow over l year, L. a w right, 1st a 2d. Sow uuiicr 1 year. J V Kandolnh. 1st: I. K Wright, 2d. bix pigs unacr d months, l litter, J v itan- dolph, 1st. Boar under l year, j al uutlcr, 1st. bow " " " 1st. Boar over 1 year. W A Bandolnh. 1st: F Mc- Hardy, 2d. liuttr uuuer i year. Miner a Meiiis. 1st: r Mc Hardy, 2d. Bow over 1 year, F McUardy, 1st; Miller A Nellis, zd. sow under i year. Miner a hcius. 1st: w A Randolph, 2d. . t nigs under o mouths, l utter, w A Ban. dolph, ls.t lioar over i year, A tr caay, 1st. Boar under I year, Bow over 1 year, " " " Sow under 1 year, " Boar any aae, sweepstakes. J V Randolph. 1st. Sow any age, sweepstakes, J V Randolph, 1st. Siiissnnder 6 mouths- 1 litter. W A Ran. dolph, 1st. tat nog, I. it wrignr. 1st. Plow lor sod or turf, W 11 Long A Son, 1st. Screw harrow, T P Hall, 1st. " cultivator, TP Hull, 1st. Be;d sower, X P Hall, 1st, 2-horse harrow, J 11 Cowan, 1st. Sulky hay rake. J M UriUith Co , 1st. 2-horse corn ulauter (Brown's) J MUriOlth A l o. 1st. Threshing machine,- J HI urimth A Co, I-t Mow in machine (Champion.) J M liriiliih A Co, 1st. iteaper and mower (cuainpion), J M unoitb A Co, 1st. Reaper and mower, with drouner. J M Urillith A Co, 1st. Reaper and mower with sell rake (Cham pion) J M UriUithACo, 1st. jiiucpeuiient cuiuvauir, i jiuii, 1st. Largest display implements, J bk Uriflilb, A Co, 1st. Water wheel, M W Stratum, 1st. Steam cooker for feed, H L Cochrat, 1st Best horse shoes, Jnhu Cruwner, 1st. Meehunical tools, W U Loug A Sou, 1st. Open buggy, T L Ryan, 1st. 2-liorse carriage, T L. Kyuu, 1st, wagon, " Top buggy, " Display liirniture, D S Gil more, 1st Carriuge Imruens. 1 J lleiim.in, 1st Single buggy, John Thorn, 1st. lients' sadiiie, P J Uc-ilman, 1st. Ladies' saddle, ' Horse collar. John Thorn, 1st. Laruust display harness, P J Heilinan, 1st. Display bound books, W K Clialta.it. 1st. Specimen bound printing, V F Chalfant.lst Printed newspaper, Kan. Pub. House, 1st. School Furniture, V A Ferguson. 1st Sewing muchine. Wheeler A Wilson, 1st. sprague, tst. Twelve brooms, J Kegel, 1st. Soap, C S Iithrop, rst. Display druuxist's merchandise. North A Ryder, lt DiKiilay cereals and farm products. Ne osho li rouge. 1st. V lute winter wheat .1 H Doilc, 1st. Red amber wheat, W 11 Hollingsxvorth, 1st. Spring wheat, J 11 Doiie, 1st Oats, T L Hurlbcrt, 1st; J 11 Doile, 2d, White Indian corn. D R Suow. 1st: J W Clause, id. leilow Indian corn, J J rvlser, it; W 11 Ilollingaworth, 2d. Millett, Jos Uuiihy, 1st. Ikiru on stalk, J 11 Doilc, 1st; Bit Smith, 2d. Buckwheat, J II Doile, 1st. Timo hy, J 11 Doile, 1st. Karly iiotatoc-s, A M Phillips. 1st: A Ouack- enbusli, 2d Late polat .es, K it binith, i t, Swift ot i. I' Marsh, 1st Onions, let. r t eager, 1st; ft llallberg,2d. Tublu iii. i i,.-, t D Feuuell.lat. Table beets. Aim Keys, 1st. Cabbage, Peter Yeager, 1st. Tomatoes, Perry Kdwatds, 1st. White beans, .1 M Hyde, 1st. Lima beans, Porry Edwards, 1st. Uarden peas. P U Ilailberz . 1st : J II Doilc. 2d. Pumpkins, J M Hyde, 1st. Squashes, Aaron Miller, 1st. V atermelons, C J Hartman, 1st. Carrots, S Uarker, 1st. Largest display vegetables, J II Doile, 1st. Sample cotton, J M Hyde, 1st. Tobbacco, P U Hall berg, 1st, Kive lbs butter. Mrs 8 11 Tavlor. 1st: Mrs. Hattie Lamltert, 21. cneese.j w cesn, 1st. Sorghum Syrup, Richard Gausc, 1st. Hop yeast bread, Mrs H W McCuue, 1st. Milk rising bread, Mrs S R Taylor, 1st. Brown bread, Mrs Milliken, 1st. Sponge cake, Mrs D L Clark, 1st. Cold cake, Mrs A B Hillermau, 1st. Silver cake. Miss Maggie Evans, 1st. Jelly cake. Mrs W T atar, 1st. Fruit cake, Mrs W B Jones, 1st.. Marble case, Maggie Evans, 1st. Gnurcr cake Mrs Win Ramp, Jr., 1st. Doughnuts, Mrs L E Spicer, 1st. Best display fruits, P G Hallbcrg, 1st fall apples for cultivation in Kansas. J F Stratum, 1st. Display lall apples, J F St rat ton, 1st. " wiuter apples, J F Stratum, 1st. 10 varieties, U Glover, 1st. Winter apples, J U Doile, 1st. Fall apples, - 44 6 quinces, W II Boilings worth, 1st. Biugle quince, W 11 Hulling worth, 1st, Display r rapes. Joe Kichabauirh. 1st. Display ouecan grapes, Joe Richabangb.lst iouecuon naiive wiues. tr u riaiinerg, 1st Pure vinegar, P U Hallberg, 1st l'reserved peaches. Mrs J D Gibson. 1st ' elderberries. Mrs R A Gause. 1st pears, Mrs M A Uollings worth. tst. apples. M E Cochran. 1st ' grapes, Mrs W 11 Uollings worth, 151. Preserved cherries, Mrs W II Uollings. worth, 1st Preserved citron, Mrs W B Jone, 1st tomatoes, Mrs Richard Gause,lst Apple Jelly, Sallie Cochran, 1st Cherry jelly, Mrs Richard Gause, 1st Grape Jelly. Mrs Anna Keys. 1st. Siberian crab jelly. Maggie Evans, lt Marmalade, Mrs M A Uollingswortb, 1st Canned apples. Mrs M A HoHinrsworth. 1st. 44 blackberries, Mrs M A HolUngs worth. 1st Siberian crab apples, Krs M A Hol llngswortb, 1st. Canned currents, Mrs M A Hol!ingworth, 181. u cherries, Mrs Richarl Gause, 1st " grapes, " " - peaches. Mn J 8 MeWborter. 1st. iHiars. Mrs W II liollinnsworth. 1st ' raspberries, Mrs W U Uollings- worm, 1st. Canned strawberries, Mrs W U Uollings. worth, 1st Apple butter. Mrs G B Ha worth. 1st Sour uir.kle. Sweet pickled grapes,Mrs W E Cochran, 1st. I'lotltxl tomatoes, atis w ivamp, jr., 1st Tomatoe catnap, Addie M Sweet, 1st c. : . . u . .. k 1 . . l'isplay preserved fruits, W Uollings worth. ist. Collection greenhouse plants, P G Uall berg, 1st. Collection begonia, P G Ballberg. 1st. Collection carnations, PG Hallberg. 1st geraniums. ' . lit I lot ropes, " ' " Collection of pausie. Ad-de wi-t, Ist. Colleetlon of verbena. I G II all Ik rg, 1st. Collection of peluni.. PO Ua!I1-rir. 1st. Colieetion orroe, 11 llalilKrij. Ixi. Colleetlon of i-alvia, 1 U llalllwrif, 1st. Collet-Lion of tuteroe. 1 ti Hallberg 1st collection -t lollae idanl-, P U Hall berg, 1st Collection ol basket plants, x G llall-heri'- Int. Display of cut flowers, 1 G Hallberg 1st. Col lection of dab II as, 1 G Ball berg. 1st. Collection of everlastings, Addle M Sweet Int. Collection of gladlolas, p GMUllberK, li-t. Collcctioc of pansie, A Mie M Sweet, 1st Collection of p' tun I as, 1 G Hallberg 1st Collection of pinks, Addie M Sweet 1st Collet-lion of rosint. P U Hallberg, lit Collet-tion ol verbenas, i G Uailberg, 1st. Collection ol wild flowers, Addie M Sweet. 1st. Largest collection of roses, I U Hall berg, 1st. llaugluft basket, I' G Hallberg, 1st. Floral wreath, (J riallber?. I-t. Crims, 1' li lllll.erg, 1st Arch, l G Hallberg, UU liesiKii, Addie M Sweet, 1st. Basket, Mrs K Crawford, 1st. Largest display lot 48. P ti Uall berg, 1st Carving in wood, Willie Evert. 1st Landscape iu oil, Miss L V Uatnilton, 1st. I'tece, in water color, Miss L V Hamil ton, 1st. Klowtr pieces in oil. W U Vail, l.t Collection of peucildravt iug-, W It Va'.l, Ist. speciuteu drawiotf. Miss I. V Hamilton, 1st. feign aud ornamental painting, V V Me Wilnaoi". 1st. Iiiiitatimi uf wood aud ni.rble, Miss L V Hsunlton, 1-t. Kansas landsx spe in oil, W B Vail, 1st Animal piece iu oil. ills. L V Hamilton, 1st. Archileetual Urawing.farin bouse, Uobt Milliken. 1st. Architectural drawing, school house, Uobt Milliken, 1st. Display pit-lures owned by one person Miss L- V Hamilton, 1st. Men's cocks, Mrs L It Gilbert, 1st Ladies' tdot-kliig', Mrs .1 A Newlin, 1st; Mrs L li Gilbert. 2d. liag carpet, Mrs K liawMus, 1st; A Mayer, 2d. General display ol merchandise, Wibley & llenson, 1st. Display of millinery" goods. Mis Kidder, 1st. HanilHoniest nip' best made suit of un der wear, sirs W U Cochran, 1 t. . Handsomest and best shin, With lint u bosom, Mrs K K Spragne, Nr. Counter pane. Mrs J ti Klock, 1st. Silk itnlt, Mia J Hamilton. 1st Calico quilt, Miss Macule I lulderiu.-tn, lit. Kaney titnlt, Mrs M K Coebran, 1st. 1 g cabin (Uilt, Mrs A Lambert. Display band embroidery, Mrs W II C.-chran, lt. Tatting, Mrs C II North. 1st. rochet tid , Mrs J G Klock, 1-t. Edging, Mrs C N North, 1st Display crochet work. Mis llelle Wood, 1st. Plain knitli.ig, Mr-. G I! Hawortb, 1st. Knitting by lady over 60 years old, Mrs L 15 Gilbert, 1st. Java canvass tidy. Mr A Cballis, Nt. Uailroad tidy, Mrs E V Wlckersbani, 1st. Display Java canvass work, Mrs Hobt Crawford, 1st. Hand-made rug, Mrs Kidder, 1st. Fauey pin cushion, Miss L V Hamilton, 1st. Fancy air castle, Miss Grace Wood. 1st. Display card board work, Mrs T .New comb, 1st. Handsomest motto, Miss Maggie Grau.!, 1st. Handsomest pillow sbams, Mi's L A Soule, 1st. Handsomest sofa cushion, Mrs L Scher man, 1st. Handsomest ottoman cover, Miss L V Hamilton, 1st. Handsomest toilet set, Miss Grace Wood, 1st. Wax work, Addie M Sweet, 1st. Hair wreatb, Mrs J FStrattoc, 1st. Hair work switch or braid,. Mrs Al bright, 1st. Feather Uowers, Mrs Kobt Crawford, 1st. Worsted flowers, Delia Prout. l.t. Head work, Mrs C U North, 1st. Feather work, Mary A Thomas, 1st. i'retiest thing, any name, Miss L seher nian, 1-t. Ugliest thing, any name, Mrs Evan Davis, 1st. Collection illustrating botany ol Kan sas, May Haudulpb, 1st. Collection of minerals, Mrs J F Slrat ton, 1st Collection illustrating etouiology of Kausas, C X Klggs, 1st. Canary birds, Miss Eva Slack. 1st. Collection ainglug birds. Miss Eva Slack, 1st. Display of honey, Perry Edward--, 1st. Extracted honey with statement, Perry Edwards, 1st. Lot ol chickens by ch-ld under l.'i years Eddie Metgzer, 1st; Fanny K:tndoih, 2d. Lot of doves, Alf. ed Davis. 1st. Attractive cage of animal pels. Miss Brunette Service, 1st. (Ferrets.) Natural curiosities, Clias. Swecl, Int. Mechaiii.-in by boy, Lewis Fuller, tst. Collection id insects, Ouier Ktrkeudall, 1st. Dried plants by girl, Mamie Hibben, 1st; Fannie Haudulpb, tid. Vegetables by boy, Eddie Metgzer, 1st. Bread by girl under 15 years, Louie Hill, 1st; Grace Lewis, 2d. Cake by girl under 13 years, Maud Waile, 1st; Emma Cook, 2d. Plain hewing by girl under 15 year?, Sallie Cochran, lst;Kalle Hurst. 2d. Ciiilt by girl under 15 years, Sallie Cochran, 1st. Crochet work by gin under 15 years, Florence Guerrier, 1st. Fancy work, any kind, by girl under 15 years, Eugeuia Excofller, 1st. Charm string, Lizzie Cameron, 1st. Slipper case. Mrs J E Park, 1st Whist case, Mrs J E Park, Ist. Pieplant jelly, M E ilnwerton, 1st. Squash butter, Mrs G It Hawortb, 1st.' Pumpkin butter, Mrs O B Hawortb, 1st. lUspberry jelly, MrsO B llawoilb. 1st. Musk melon pickles. Mrs M E 1 lower- Ion, 1st Gooseberry jHly, Maggie Evns, 1st. Chair Boll, Mrs E M Wie.kersham. 1st. Split basket, Caddie McFadden, 1st. Canned gooseberries, Mrs Hicb Gause. 1st. Canued pie plant, Mrs Itich Gause, 1st. Canned tomatoes, Mrs Uicb Gause, 1st. Lady equestrian. Miss Marv Stanley. 1st: Miss Jesse Scbmidling. 2d: Miss Lizzie Coebran, 3d. THOMAS GRAY, DEALER IK CROCKERY! GLASSWARE, Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns v;n .: ; ...... n in viujii iLaii: jiini-n iu ,&uj inai st i with transportation added. WEST SIDE COMMERCIAL ST. EMPORIA, KANSAS. LOOK READ THIS, But don't You tell Any one ! Tlie old Emporia Soap Factory in new hands! CASH PAID FOR Tallow, rendered, . Tallow, in the rough, Spoiled Lard, ' Spoiled Butter, Spoiled Hams, Spoiled Pork. Dead Hogs, And all kind of grease. Soaj GiTcn in Eicnaige, if Desired. Don't forget I MEAN BUSINESS! C. S. L0THK0P, wlltf. Proprietor. COAL! COAL! ! GOTO GIBSON'S COAL BANK, Arvonia, for good Coal. We keep a supply always on handa, at the lowest prices, feood sneiter lor teaota. win S. GIBSON The News REAL ESTATE AGENCY COSDCCTf D BY Stotler & Graham, Pabllahers of the Emporia News. AGKNTS FOIiTHK SALE OP Improved Farms! Uni iu proved Lrnd.s! City :roperty! PAY TAXSS, Furnish Abstraets, and do a General leal Instate litisines. 20,000 Acres Ol raw Ian. I in l.yr.n. lite vrer.t corn and cattle coutity nMsnrpassiiil lu," stink and irrniti raulc;;. This linn has long been in bu-ine-s lu-ro. Hie seuior liartner simo IXiT, and can k'vo the best ol rcierein-e. THEY ISS UK THE LAND BUYER A I'AI'KIt Devoted to the Interests of Immigrants, And cont::itiiu a larjfx list of re:tl estate for For Free C'ii-eulat ion. PROPERTY ADVERTISED FREE! IV.'ro-,' "I'd Ulhl.w n."k I.I A COln7 ,J, try or i :)i Laying Hedge ! Having secured the county rip-ht of the Poo, & Severy 1'atent lledire Layer. 1 am prepared to lav .low n nnv liedire iu the countv lictter itiiti i-iieaper Liian it can oe none iy any other means. 1'arties wishinir work of this kind n see me at Enijxiriii. or I will visit tlteiu if iney will request roe uiv mail . J. Ij. W. 1SKI.L, wlOtf. Kmnoria, Kansas. HALL, WAITE & CO., Dealers in PIANOS, Organs Small Instruments, music BOOKS -AND- SHEET MUSIC. Also agents for the ST. JOHN, IMPROVED HOWE &. SINGER SEWING MACHINES. Needles for all Styles of Ma- AJinies. And that musical wonder called "ORGUINETTE" JBSyCall and see it. w'l.tf NEW GROCERY! Corner of 4th Avenue and Commercial St. A full assortment of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES! Which will be sold low for rash, or exchanged ior orouuee. Oive us a call. u N. B. IRELAND & CO. this p.ust Lumber Yard IX Southwestern Kansas Is the Lumber Yard of L.L. HALLECK&BRO. Formerly C. F. ricrce '& Co's.l Adjoining the A. T. & S. F. R. R. IX EMPORIA. Wcunlo.1.1 an.l lo.nl directly from and into me cai( uviit i-xjiense ol CiLra hauling. HALLECK & BRO II AVE TIIK Largest Stock! Best Slieltered! Best Seasoned! LUMBER And the largest and best stock or DOORS, SASII. BLINIIS, MOOI.IMNUS, Ac. to be found in Southwestern Kans&d. All buyers, large or small, are cordially in- viusu to can ana inspect tne fclocn to be found at JXalleck & Uro.'s Lumber Yard, Adjoinins A., T.48. K..E. K. track, EMPORIA, KANSVS. THE OLD RELIABLE GROCERY BUI TEA HOUSE J. M. BUTLER, Trop'r. Every one is requested to give ns a trial. Prices Low as the Lowest. XConntry produce taken in ezenange for groceries, at market prices. Remember tlie place! Third door south of First Xationa Biuifc. wlltf S. B. RIGGS, SUCCESSOR TO KIO09 CLOVT , Real Estate M Insurance Agent. ABSTRACTS FURNISHED AND TAXES PAID rOK MOM-BkBIDKKTa. COB.4TQ ATE. A5D COMMEHCIAL ST.. EMP0SIA. KAUSAS. Summer Complaints ! ErFKCTUAI.LT CUKED BY USING Wickes' Asiatic Cordial ! 3fo Cure, No Iay! For sale by T. H. KELIXKiG. of the Post Office lrug Store. w3mol GRAND CLOSING SALE! Having Fully Determined to go out of the Merchandising Business, I shall oiler my larsre. t'Otnpk-te and dc-iral.u- M.H k or GLOTHING! Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, FURNISHING- GOODS ! ! And Piece Goods, AT ACTUAL COST. No such opportunity has ever IxMoie been jiay you to buy theiu !' me THIS IS NO ADVERTISING DODGE -but means The Stock must be Closed Out by June 1st Stove for rout, ami Emporia, April 10th, 1S7!. wiotf. J. M. GKRJFFITH & GO Dealers in G-eneral Hardware Iron and Steel, Nails, Agricultural Ve., Sic. Solo ajrenls in Miiijioi iu lor The Bain Deere & Co's Plows & Cultivators, G-ilpin Sulky Plow, Davenport Champion Reaper & Mower. Are also sole agents in Kniori:t lor The Celebrated Gliddens' Steel Barbed Fence Wire. wiur. GO TO SISLBR'S, Tlie New Irnsry:ist, if you want Pure Drug's and Medicines A full line of Druggists' Notions, such as Brushes, Combs, Perfumery of ail Pocket Cutlery and Stationery, also Lamps, Lanterns, bponges, Window-glass, Trusses, Supporters, Paint, Varnish and SHOE I5UUSII12S. All Kinds of Oils, CIGA-RS, ETC. ALL ZW Special attention given to filling llccipes. JJon t tail to give hiui a cull. 175 Commercial treet, Lath, SUiD!es. Monlflinp, LUMBER. SasH. Doors. BLINDS to? re!' 11 p I I EA1PORIA, - - KANSAS. HAIR, PLASTER, LIME. CEMENT. STOVES AND TINWARE. E. P. BRUNER, Successor to Bruner & McMurtric. I han Enll Line of COOKING AND HEATING STOVES - Pumps, Iron, lead UNION BLOCK. Pain cannot stay-where It is nsed. It ifi the cheapest medicine evT made. Five drops er aorface as large as the band. One dose cures common sore throat. One bottle has cafcd Bronchitis. irty cents' worth nas eareu ana om stanaingconrn. ii poii.iTriy cum iMxarrtl Asthma and Croti a. Fifty cenU' worth has cured crick in the hack, and the saine quantity lame back of eight years standing. It cores swelled neck, and all etber tumors eumatism, .Neuralgia, Contraction of the Mnacles, buff Joints, Spinal Uinicultic, and naia and soreness in any part, do matter where it may be, nor from what cause it may nt, mjwayS does you good. Twentv-nve cents' worth has cure! bad cae of chronic and Bloody Iysentery. one teaspooaial cures colic in fifteen minutes. It will cure any case of Piles uiat is possule to etire. -fiix or eight applications are warranted to cure aiiycaeof Excoriated Ji ipples or inflamed Breast. For bruises, if applied often and bound np, there is never the sliehteat discoloration to the skin. It stops the pain of a burn as soon as applied, and is a uosilire cure for chilblains, frosted feet, boils, warts, corn, and wounds of ev:ry le IrriDtionon man or beass. Frioe, So eenu and 1 00. Trial si s. S5 cenU. t OsTKK. Mll IIUUV A CO , sole proprietors. l5nff.lo. N . y. sma jn imporia by W. U. Sisler. Wood wardrFaxon Co, Kansas tty, wholesale ajfenu. A to W H. Sisler. rtiioria. for Mr Fnman's new natural dyea. For brightness and -urability of color they arc luitualtd. Color i to 6 lbs, price 1 cents. dStiOeodyl-wMeow. oflere.1 here. ! voit want anv aooH, it wil without pront while they ia.-t." business.- fixtures for sale. I. E. PERLEY. Horse - shoes, Fence Wire, Implements, Wagon, Cultivator, kinds, Toilet Soaps, Pocket Books CiIEAl l'OU CASH. Pliysiciiuis' Prescriptions ami Family Opposite the Post Office.. o a AUiO - and Stone Pipes. EMPORIA. KANSAS Ai)Av A Mm ST II g-u:iranto1. a day oil Mt'ii. mu n. s ami K'r's 111 Hdtk t lie :! I'lnsaiil, u art- iv. u (ti : hi- it- 4 1 1 rM-nii it tnu xtl (Mil tit H UTIUH 1 1. .: NiiSTbinfliai-. iiujs r tii.Mi.-v. AMnr- TIM K A4 0.Au A vv KKK in votir dun I-mii, ami do Mil caiiiUil i ikcil . iMii lie bin ' ' , ..:..i t n " lit S A Ml.1l HII Ttttll A I ' I'M. M 11C lMt.niitHt'iiini(y tvvr At n-ii fur thosi wil lotrtowurk. lou iioiiltl trv urn tit tiff until v. ior youru whnv vnu cm i ni liw tuitt"s wt ouvr. rom to e5iiam nrre. l u run ivif nil onr itmc, or ori your s;tra tiling t tl ttteine?, ttnii make tiTc;iL i.iv ior t vovv luiur ih.tt vow work o;ntn m.-ifce as litm'li :ih men. reiil iir Hi hi private (trm nui irirt uul:ii, which Wi ni tii in-;. j uLiit irH$ tNfii t oomilMiu ol ham tics hilt m h.ivo h r.tince A. M II. HA 1,1,1-. 1 T lo. lortUiuL TO $.u0 a y-:-r. or S to a day unr ow ii liH-ality. o riK Women " as v'll as men. Many mako iii-irc lli;:n the amount sluuxl alHire No one can fail to make nmnt-v 1';tr. Anyone can ito ihe wirk . ion enn mnke rrom au ci.- to an hour Uy dovot in-c yt.tir evening and n:ire time to tlio biiMm-!- It ci-sls uotliini: lo uy tm nurines Miiin:i nut- u Tor inaK- ir.jf moiiev ever onere-l lK!ore lusmes pl-aant and strictlr f oror.il-le Header, ii you want to know all alxnt the lK"t paving lttiir.e!i iM-lore the ifiioiu. ten.i us vottr:ui r-. & Jto.l we will send oo ?tul nun ;cniurs (r.vale tortus Irec: samples worth ti al- o free; you t-an then make op our mintl lor oiiieii. Aldres tiCVkUK sil.xs Jt Co., rorihiiul. liaine. wzjyl Do You Want a Well or Cistern? I nm fultv i.reuurtMl 10 tu tke UUh? u !!( ir 'ct; fiK-l woil if wuU'r t.iti 1m' !i:n) t nU . 11 Hiiicici uf Imh', 15 iurliH!- when lul eii up, 11 incltf. 1 alo ;ltf ami MOne iiji cisterus i( huv im io Hie i't utminor. aiul ut very imnl ruv inr'. Onlrs n,'nitMc., antl prQUt iv ai'.enttt-ii to . CHtion ir iiini!, .1 A. MMMOSSl MartH St, Ix'twi'on 5Mi .niil dih avt-nues, hmirttria . wit tuts BlacMUWapnSlOD. JACor. rooK. Horseshoeing and Repairing. 1 m:ifce a spceinltv of lir-elnx-inff. All wik wiirrauied. sS i .v t li uvi'iuie. boutheaat ol i oniier .V. Kyuii's. wKjyrl CONTINENTAL INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK. STATKHKNT .IAN 1ST. 1S71I. . 'IVital aet n.7i li-M-i ve lr ri-iiisiir-ai'ce f 4liltanllii il.ks. u:i-ttled loss es, an. I all oiinr lia hiiiiies l is.i .liii 17 ( ah capital 1 iio,('J oi Net MirplllA I.ins.42ir 71.71 This cnmrwnv docs lium-rs under llio New YorkSalctv b'ltuil Law lor the irotectitn ol policy holder II. T. HMIloUN. -Kciit lor J.von an.i ;u. joining euuiies. w2lvl. ROBINSON MACHINE WORKS. KK1IM0XI), INDIANA. ESTABLISHED 1842. if 3, 4, , S, 10. 14. II an I -2't horse power, Willi I lie "k:Ul.Kt.iJVKliOit." tho mot vi-nilivo ami mot perle:t feafely .v'i'iior ever invented. Also Circular Saw Mills, Separators, Horse Powesr, Steam Boilers, Drag Saws, Saw Tables, Feed Mills, &c. Semi r,.r Kkkk CATAMWirrr. an I price list, a i l -l ite what you wish to buy. Address ROBINSON & C0M W-tlyil RICHMOND. IXI1IAS V. Established la 1T-43 .r-- ADDRESS wlJIi1 cricgyou a post-paid SPECH;CriorlUa, AMERICAN LZZ. W z.tjuai io i sisgwTine rages, Vfilh 3S4 ENUKATINUdi and Descriptions of mi r jr. ACE 1200 COOD THINC3 for Yonr Own I'se, for HOUDAT. WEDDIISG, other PBESE!ITs, tteM and llow to readily i iMtalntaem,witiioalj :Cash Oatlsy. Address , ORANGE JUOOCOi )troadwsy, new xora. I1.&0 at Tama No BiiKle. Trumnet. Fife nor Dram N ro. quired when a really sccientifle and valuable remedy, like Giles' I.luiinei.t Iodide A .. siosia is brotixht before the oublic. It tolls it', own tale and Seaks its own merits. It auoviates ami cures, it is no ig-noraut eoia oiitid, puffed into notoriety by the usual ad- jiiio-Ls oi a Kiiowman, tint was mseoveriMi and niilUcd lr Ik. Wm i;ii.k-i.oI New York, the I at, urgeon of the (Kith ItefC't N. V. V and mwiicai I'urveyor to me aiiuy 01 tne roi Mrroftilons Swellinc., Kruptlons, Kkin liineaes, 'Hrleose ins, Mwellei .1 oliits ol the hands ami I eel. A'eu.alM Tmublos of all kimlK, vomierlul rules of the Kailturol tne houiii im-iiik -u-t,i uy it iim) hk. (ilLKS will procrilx: and cjre, free of charice. all c-uuMf sickuos, no matter how long Htamiiuir. Write to Da. Giles, at IM West lir.ia.lwuv. Sew Vorlt." funtlyaiii. Jleafnes, Kunulnir Horns, Malt Itlieuui. Aeuralii.a, Indiscre tion, au I Ki rors of louth. are all enrvd by (iiles Liniment Iodide A mmo nia, andCiltm' fills. Uiaca&ed EJVur.lJrisrht't DiM'a ol the Kidiieva. troubln in tho I'ros tate Uland, Dialetes. Htoupajre of Water, iHiMdiarKes of all kiudi ciiher in mjio or Ic naie. Catarrh, after all physicians aud reme. difts have failed. Write to ia. til LEU, who will cure without fee or reward. t.iles' Liniment and Pills are sold by all PruguUts throughout the- world. Trial bot th. tic; fills, ic. Iiewareor counterfeits; the genuine has a fac-simile of the inventor's signature, W I ly- Li.tHbi Lt-s over tne cote oi cui ii bottle. The Liniment in white wrapM-r. is lor fam ily use: in yellow wraooer n lr the stable It is the only Liniment (bat possesses alter ative prx-rtiesand can !e taken internally. Quart bottles at it 50 in which there is a great savin?, bold by W. II. RI4Lr.lt. l273-wllu;4 Ururiiit, Linporia, Kan Grays Speciiic Medicine. TRADE MARK. The Great TRADE MIC iy call y cure any and every case of nerv ous debiiitv ana w ea e- -v.t t. Etforo Takin- "r',' After TftKna tioo, excess or overwork ot the braia aud nervous svstcra s is perloctly harmless, acts like majri'c, and has been evten.ively used for over thirty years with e-reat succcmi. gyKull particulars io our pamphlet, wuicu we done to send free by mail to eoery one. K&yTbe Specific Medicine is sold by all dniKiiistt a $1 per package, or six pack aKes for t-H, or will be sent free by mail on re ceipt of the monev by addressinir THE OkA l MKIUC1XIS CO.. Ho. 10 Mechanics' Block. Detroit, Mich. srSold in Lmporia by W. II. Bisler, and by Wontward "xon, of Kan.as Hty, wholesale ajfont. ' dilUAwlSl Ut'llil) Portable Engines S. rarun Remedy : - lwll prompt-''k'- Pf iy ami ra.ll- Ayer's Ague Cure, Pop Fover and Ascue, Intermittent Pever, Chill Fever, Hctnittent Feven Dumb Ague, Peric dical op -Bilious x ever. to., and indeed all the affectiona wnicn arise from malar; oua, marsh, op miaa- matio poisons. Tills is a compound remedy, prepared with scientific skill from vegetable ingredients, which rarely fails to cure the severest eases or CUIUS and Fersr and the concomitant disorders. Such a remedy the iiecessitHss of llic people In malari ous ditricta demand. Iu preut superiority over any other medicine yet discovered for the curf of InUTraittenta U, that it contains no quinine or mineral, and those who take It are free from danger of quinixm or any Injurious effects, and are as healthy after ueiiig it as before. It has been extensively employed during tho last thirty years in the treatment of these distressing dis. orders, and so unvarying has been Its success that it has gained the reputation of being infalli ble. It can, be safely recommendbd as a suro remedy and pcritic for the Fever and A cue ct the AV&it, and the Chills and Fever of the South, which, once broken up by it, do not return until the disease is sgnin cotractcl. Tlie prest variety of disorders which arwe from the irritation of this poison, such as Keu ralsiu. Rheumatism, tiont, IIerdacb, Ulindueas, Toothache, Karach, Gs. tsrrh, Asthuin, tnlpltatlor, Spleuic AfTrctlons, Hysterics, I'niu in the Bow els, Colic, Paralysis, and derangement of the Stomach, nil of which become intermittent or periodical, havo no H-Mlicr reinely than Avr.R's Aci'E O re, which cur them all alike, and protects the KVatcm from future attacks. As a preventive, it i of iinnieiiw icrviee in the comiuuiiities when- Ftvcr and Acne prevail. as it flays the deV4-ltipnieiit of the dieroe if taken on the fint apprach .f Iht premonitory ym- tdin.. TravelU-rs and temporary r-sldents nr. thus enab!i-d to defy lhec di.-K.rders, and fctv will ever sulTer if tiny avail tlumnelvs of the protection this n-meily ammls. For Liver Complal.it. ariving fnm torpidity, it is an cxccllcM n-me.ly ; it itimiil:itt this ort-an into healthy activi:y, and produces many remarkable cures whi-rc uiher medicines fail. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co, Practical and Analytical Chemists. XOfFti, MASS. SOLD BT AX.L PUlUtUSTS tVtUVS 1IEK t. Cry for Pitcher's Custorin. Theyli'.o it beeanse it i. tweet t Mothers liu.i Caatorla, lecanks it Rl-es health to the child; and Phyi.icinuN. fcwai.n it eontains no mavjilune v laluei st. Gastoria la natnre's ronidy for a.,imiialiii,; the food. It cures Wind Coll-, raiainn; of Soar Cnrd and Tiiarrhu-a. allaya Feverinhnsss anil lvil. Worms. Thm the Child haw health and the Mother ohiaiusvost. Vlen-.- ant. Cheap, and ReHnhle. CENTAUR LIIIIEKTS The most effoctivo Fnvin-reliov :ifuuls for MAN and BEAST the world kaii ever Luoui:. Over 1 ,000,0(10 Itotllew sold lu.t je;n I The reasons for thi.-; utipro-edentrd uipu- larity, are evident: tho Centaur Lini ments are mado to deserve confidence , they are absorbed into tlie nructuio; tin y always euro and never disappoint. i0 person nocd Ioniier sutler with PAIN in tho BACK, Rheumatism or Stiff Joints, fur tha CENTAUR Linimenta will anroly exterminaia the pain. There ia no Strain, bpra in , Cnt, Scald, Bnrn, Bruise. Stint;, Uall or Lameness to which ManLind or Dumb Brutes nro anbject, that Coo : not respond to this Soothins halm. The Centaur LINIMENTS not only relieve pain, hut they ii-it healthy action, auhduo inGn.mmnti.-r-. and cure, whether the symptoms ir-e. A from wounds of the flesh, r Neuralgia i the Nerves from contracted Corua or scalded hand t from :i sprained anVc or a gashed foot ; whether from di.-L'U'i PIMPLES on a LADY'S FACE or a strained joint on a Horse's Lop. The agony produeeu uy a mm or rc:i:.i : mnrtifleatian from Frnt-bitca ; Swell- Ins from Strains ; the tortures of Bheti- matiamt Crippled far llto, ly r-m. ncKloeted accident: a valuable Lorno a Doctor's Bill may all be saved front One Bottle of Centaur Liniment. Ko IIorisckecDer, Farmer, Planter. Team? Inr or Liverymsn. can afford to bo w:tliu these wonderful Liniments. Tbry r:i; be procured in any part of the globe 50cts.and ll.UU a bottle, iriai w.iu.. 25ets. O r; n 1 sg o W1M m CD o2 c o PI 12 SSU n O C5 aat Z 9 CO Htu-tuuMvtMummtv f OLD AND RELIABLE. J Jis a Standard Family Remedy for j jdiaeaacs of the Liver, Stomach aft' tend Bowel. It is Purely 0 fS (Vegetable. It never (f JdJ pcbmtutes-ltwyijfl li 'aUuu-ticaa.l 7ftl I Xi VifCt t f 1 I ! H a n V.W 1ia nTiM.'xi vi j - i -,m y Vw for mora than So years, ' lvitli nr precedented . results.? ;v SEND FOR CIRCULAR.! w. . vnM. w..y M.w, p, E w TOBJtCITYS Art ascoiicrr t t t rr : - -. ; scmsTioa. s: kSW.v. CHILDREN tVVlIfO; Orft.