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KMPORIA. FRIDAY. JUS E 85, 1880-
Tlx re will be no more teacher's liulions until September. The K. T. UunI wm jroMeu laurel fro all quarters last week. TUc theory that there in no latent en thusiasm In cold water Uexphxlcd. Governor hH. John think that tor a cold water boom U challenged ooinpell tion. Thirty -five Normal Hlu.lcnU left tor their home Friday via ihe Santa Fe road. - , A couple of new prisoners arrived at the Moon House Friday from Marion county. The Knights Templar have just re ceived a lot of handaome new uniform from Kalamazoo, Michigan. Mr. J. M. Griffith is improving hi line residence in Fraker's addition by the construction of a bay window Vn. H. Vanderbilt is the name of one of the Sew York Ixiys who was tak en by a Lyon county farmer Friday. Mr. C. A. Leighton, of the central loan ond land office, has a bran new horse that can go in four miuutea o more. It is vastly to the credit of Emporia that not a single arrest was made in the city during the water works celebration. If Emporia potwesmed the TMa order of enterprise, the 17ih imtl. would have liecn a 'busy day lor our census takers. A. I. Chambers, of Hartford, and Jacob Jacolat, of Jackson, have com pleted the census enumeration in their districts. , A negro from Morris county, charged with an attempt to commit raie, was lodged in the Lyon ctMinly jail Saturday morning. Dan Hammond, our energetic street Commissioner, is ailer the parties who . drive over the stone sidewalks, with a sharp stick. The ladies of the Congregational church uetted about 200 at tbelr Nor mal dinner. The enterprise was prooa- bly not quite so remunerative as an oyster supper on the same scale would have been, but neither was the plethora ,.r tli. iliurch treasury secure- at tue expense of the empty stomachs of the guests. ' . The next bi boom for Emporia w ill be ou the iid or July, the occasion of tl. reunion of the Kansas stale militia. There will lie a grund parade, a picnic at SKlen's grove and u general nrsi ciasa time. Everybody knows that Emporia is the place to come for solid enjoyment and the city will be full of people on the dav we celebrate. Mr. Brace, the ageut or tue uimreu Aid Society, arrived in Emporia Friday morning with seventeen New York Isiys, ranging in age from four years to seventeen, all of whom have found koines either in Emporia or with Ihe farmers of He surrounding country. They were a very nice lot of boys and were disposed of without any troublo. . The fire alarm which rang on Thurs day evening was occasioned by the burn ing of a lot of old barn-Is and rubbish in the ravine near the residence of Senator Plumb. The fire company was oui 10 double-quick lime, and showed great dexterity in quenching the flames. This is a department or otir city scr vice which should bo well cared for and thoroughly organised. Tt jtOBMAL ALCMN'L A Sue teflil B-loo Permanent Or lJatio ct. The p ita?m)iogs of the Aluiuui re union b tgnu H itU the literary exercises of Tuesday evtui-g, which 'included music. Judge Kellogg's address on tbe "Power of Combination" and that of Superintendent B T. Davis, ou "Morals in the Pcblic School," both of which have been referred tu elsewhere. The busineks meeting was held at 4 . m., on Wednesday, 16th, over Ihirty grad uates participating. J. II. Hill, B. T. uavis auu j. r . ivir-(-r, a previouo.lv an. poiated committee on contiitutk sub uiitted a report which w.ia adopted, and the election by ballot of oltlcer for the ensuing j'ear was taken tip wilii the fol lowing result; President, O. B. Whar ton, iQ ; Ytoe-Presl lents, M. J. Watson, "CT, and Maltie Spencer, 'C9; Secretary, J. F. Kirker, '75; Treasurer, Ellen Plumb, '57; Historian, May Overstreet, '75. J. II. Hill. "73, was chosen to de liver the annual oration, and M. C. Uo'lge, '75, the poem at the next re union. On motion, Mrs. Allice Inger soil, '68, was requested to prepare an es say for the same occasion. Interesting letters were tcad from the following graduates unable to be present : Josie Slocum, "68, May E. Ela, '08, Delia Spaulding, '74. G. L. and Lillian Ken ncdy, 74, C. M. Light, 75, Cornelia Slack, '73, Mrs. B. G. Itoss, -'75, Ella Thompson, '73, Sarah Koinigh, "76, Flora (Bennett) Morgan, '70, W. M.Sherwood 7G. C. T. Pickeil. '77, and Nellie Tur ner, "79. On motion, the treasurer was Instruct ed to procure suitable books for the sec. retary, blstorian and treasurer, and re imburse herself out of any funds collect ed, also to pay to the temporary secre tary three dollars for the expense incur red in correspondence. A. W. Stubbs was selected to respond to the toast "The Alumui." at the ban- oueton Thursday. The committee on resolutions asking further time to report the association adjourned to meet imme diately after commencement exercises on Thursday. The first exercise of this ad FOR SALE i c .oiC" Among the Normal graduates attend in ,r ihe recent exercises of the school from abroad, were Miss Alice Ingersoll, or Lawrence; Miss Maltie P. Spencer, Florence; J. M. Spangler. Neosho Falls, Allie Gordon, Eureka; Rosana and Mag- gie Davis, Lawrence; Jennie Campbell, Plymouth; J. F. Kirker, tVltonwood Falls;' Albert Marter, Enterprise, and T. CampU U nud Henry Evart, Des Moines, Iowa. The Co-sell Accepts e Water Works. The city council or Emporia, at a meeting held Friday afternoon, accept ed the water works at the hands of the contractors. Messrs. Russell A Alexander, journej meeting was to proceed The future of truck-patches and the constitutional amendment has been set tled in Emporia by the completion of water works. The exodus to summer resorts from Emporia has thus far been confined to the opulent representatives of the press and the pulpit. Another ail bird arrived in Emporia Saturday from Morris county. The Moon House Is one or the most popular hotels In Kansas. Miss Emma Waymlre is tcacVmg school at Elmdale, instead or Eldorado, as the intelligent compositor got It in Friday's paper. Mr. Joseph F. Fruucis has put down a sulsttuntial stone pavement in front of his handsnme business place on south Commercial street. The Presbyterian church is still un dergoing repairs, and, in the language of one of the pillars, the member are "running around loose." Mr. E. R. Holdermun has been elected a director or the Emporia Hotel com pany to fill a vacancy caused by the res ignation or Win. Powell. A number or the Normal students will remain In Emporia to attend the Lyon county teacbers' lubtitute, com mencing on the 5th or July. Mr. 8. and arranged Tor the paymeut, forthwith, to those gentlemen, of $43,286, the sum stipulated as the price of this valuable improvement. The work of thecontiact- ors is fully satisfactory, and in some re gards, as the painting of the ntaohlnery, is eveu better than the agreement called for. Th3 laying of the pipes, the placing of the ma chinery, and, in fact, all the important parts of the works were done under the personal supervision of Mr. Alexander, who was fortunate in securing the able co-oieration of the water works committee in the prose cution of this Important undertak ing. Thecouncil have accepted from the contractors the sum of $50.00 for level ing the streets tbrough which pipes were laid, and the street commissioner will eater immediately upon that work. The families of Messrs. Alexander and Russell, we are glad to learn, will re main lor some time in Emporia, where they have made very many warm friends. The gentlemen themselves will be en-gag-d In other contracts in the state, and we cheerfully commend them as geutle. men, and business men worthy or the confidence or any and all M-ople among whom their ruture engagements may call them to labor. THE CHEAT MALARIAL ANTIDOTE OF THE! AGE. Safe. Certain. Sure and Speedy NEVERI7ULST0 CUR-I. The only article known that Will erad(oateW disease permanentfyfromXhe system. J.C.RICHARDSON, SOLS pa.OPR.HTO General Agents, RICHARDSON & CO. S7? LOUIS BOBTON, REAL ESTATE AGENT Emporia, - - - Kansas. Pay Taxes, redeems lands sold for taxes. ill Douiy parties amuumoi tax due in time to save penalty. Send New York exebanee or P. o. order. T.X RECEIPTS SENT ST KITIBN MAIL OS Ukceipt or Monet. Enclose stamp. deMrription of lands and poftt Keal Instate bought and Sold ou Commission. 4 tall on or address K. BORTOX", UHf Kmporia. l.yon Co.. Kansaa. KM I' Old A Savings Bank. TKANSACTS A OKNKltAI. BANKING BUSINESS. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. .1 JAY HCt K. l-residerl H. KU.NI.Al. cashier. DIKFXT OHS-. J. J at Buck, E. P. Brckck. J. .1. wiotr Wriobt, J. w. Thckwortut. Howard irwLp THE OLD RELIABLE GROCERY ani TEA HOUSE J. M. BUTLER, Prop'r. Krery one ia requested t (five us a trial. Prices Low as the Lowest. BWTConntry oroduot? taken in exenange fur groceries, at market irit:if . iteinember the place! IfciTliinl d.M.r fcoutti of ink . First NMtional wiotf EVERYWHERE. B. WHELDON & CO., Agents. WJKDIO LEGAL, NOTICES. B. Higgs bas completea tbe census enumeration if the eastern por tion of the city ami is ready to com mence oh the manufactories. The boaiil of regents or tlie slate Nor mul school aixomplishctl hut little busl ness at their recent meeting, and will convene again on the 7tlt of July. The Lyon County Agricultural So ciety are having the premium list print cd, and it is thought it will lie ready for distribution in aliout two weeks. The new bell at the Normal has been placed In position and se nds out a music al and powerful tone. It is the sweetest 111 of the metallic variety in the city. The Lyon county horticultural society are endeavoring t make arrange ments for the establishment of a weather signal service ou top of the slate Nor mal. Judge Culver will lie one of the speak ers at the ltinker's Ford picnic next Thursday, aud will address the sturdy yeomanry of Heading on the Srd of July. The American eagle will spread its wings and scream on Ihe 3rd of July this vcar. the dav siKt ially consecrated to that performance falling on Sundi.y this time. The handsomely draicd arch in the Normal assembly room reflected the nice tasto or Mr. 1). Thomas, r the firm of D. Thomas & Co. who designed and did the work. Mr. Simmons, while at work last week In a cistern in the western part or Emporia, fell and Injured his spine se vercly. lie was taken home in a help less condition. Lew Wood has adopted a Uaudsome young son and now all that is lacking to complete his domestic bliss Is for some enterprising lady to avail herself of her leap year privileges. llishop Vail, 1). I)., will preach and Hilmlniater the rite of confirmation, in St. Andrews church, next Monday even ing 21st inst. Service at 8 o'clock. The public arc cordially invited to attend. Brother Iliuklc was Just one day too soon to enroll on the census the newest memlHT of Tom Ityan's family. Tom think's its too bad to have that boy wait ten years to be counted. We move he lie counted now. . The superb dinner given by the ladies of the Congregational church at the . Normal last week is a card for the single member of the culinary brigade that may lie heard from. The few lonely, isolated representa tives of the Jones connection in Em poria will hail with unfeigned delight the Intelligence that another family of that name have just movetl Into our city Troitt Chicago. Raymond U. Little Is the name of a young man of fine cluneal ability who came out from New Yoik with Mr. Brace, and has Ix-en so fortunate as to obtain a position with W. F. Ewing, our county clerk. The ladiea of the Congrvgatioual church fed nearly a thousand persons at the Normal the 17th. The dinner was a perfect success birth in point of quality aud patronage and we arc glad to know that it netted the ladies a handsome um. Mi. Albert Marter, an old Normal student of the c'.ass of 1875, succeeded in inducing a certain young lady to be come a "Martyr" for his sake, and his many friends will be glad lo learn he was accompanied by his bride in his recent visit to this city. Central Lodge, No. 781, K. of II , elected the following officers last week: Dictator, Lewis Lutz; vice dicta tor. Win. Jeffrey; assistant dictator, Pe ter Stromberg; reporter, B. T. Davis; financial reporter, D. W. Morris ; chap lain, J. F. Stratum; guide, J. K. Walk up; guardian, Mr. Adams; sentinel, W. 8. Jay. llartieultuntl. The Horticultural Society met in president Milliken's office Wednesday afternoon, with about the usual attend ance. Mr. Milliken mtule his report of tbe meet tug of the state society at Hutchin son, which was discussed. The suggestions regarding the crop prosects throughout the stale, the mat ter of trees for shelter-belts on the drift ing sands of the central and western part of the state, all came in for a share of attention. The report showed that the Uenct ap ple is the most productive the present season, as well as the past, and that Early Beatrice is the most hardy of all the budded peaches. The Snyder blacklierry was shown to have no points of superiority over the Kitlatinny, save the one of hardiness to withstand cold, while it is less hardy In drouth, is smaller In fruit, and inclined to be flat or insipid in taste. Vines shown were so full of fruit and so scarce of foliage, that unless the weather is quite wet during July the fruit will not ripen. The dwarf Juueberry, called Shad ber ry, or Service berry, was recommended for geueral plauting. Not so much on account of its value as a culinary fruit, but ou account of its pleasant flavor to eat from the hand, aud to mix with gooseberries, rasplarries, Ac., to overcome their acidity and save sugar. It is of easy culture, bushes almost in variably beginning to bear at one year old, and producing abundantly every year. The great question with the people of the west is the one of protection against the wind and drifting aaud. Cotton wood, willow, osage orange and others were talked of. and the merits of each discussed. The next meeting of the society will be ou Wednesday, July 7th, to which ev erybody is Invited. to the dining hall and engage in the dis. cussion of the Alumni dinner, which business was transacted to the entire sat istuction of evcrylsxly, and with a zeal and enthusiasm which reflects greut credit on the association. About forty persons were seated at the table reserved for the Alumui. Alter the banquet and toasts, the committee on resolutions A Marter, Maine P. Spem-er and Koxana Davis made a report as follows, which was adopted ; Wiikrkas, We believe that the Alum, ni of any tchool should be to it an ele ment of strength, and a loyal, active force In its favor, therefore Itetolced. 1st. That we, the Alumui o the State Normal School, desire to ex nress our sincere uleasure at the prosier- ous condition and bright pnspects of our Aliiui muter, our coiiluleiie.e in Hie Dresent plan aud administration of the school, and our earnest hope for its abundant success in the future, 2nd, That we will do all lu our power to advance the interests of the school, and do our part in diffusing the influ ences or Normal training through the stale. -3d. That we hereby express to the board of regents our hearty appreciation of the nobW ork they have accom plished in behalf of our ul nut nutter and their uiilirm-' efforts to place the same among the first institutions of the land W H Kit eas, the hand of death has en tered into the hitherto unbroken circle of our Alumni and taken from our midst a beloved oue of the class of 1874 Mrs. Eva Howard) McCormick, and we desire to express our sorrow at this dis. lenaiiou of providence and our appic elation of the noble aud womanly quali ties of our friend and schoolmate; there fore. ReolcM, 1st, that we tender to the husband and parents our sincere sympathy in this common affliction. 2d. That the secretary of the associa tion be instructed to forward to them a Notice. kMFOBlA, Kins, June 1, 1$0. Katlce i- herebv given that Ihe following described kcliool lands. mtuat-l in Lyon county, Kana. will Ims ottered for tale at uulic auction at my oince in tue cunrc iiuuk n fcmuoriu. on baturttuv. .luiy ail, is?tu sale to oe 0en tor om irom iu to 3 o clock o. ni : Said clock a. m. S. B. RIGGS, 8l'CCX8SOa TO BIUG8 4 QI.OVKR. Real Estate ana Insurance Agent. ABSTRACTS FlUNISHED AND TAXES PAID FOR HON-RXSIDKNTS COU.4TU AVE. ASD COX-EBCIAL KT EMPORIA. KANSAS. oopy of these resolutions UKK ear. we have common interests fraduates ot the stale .Normal s.-nooi, feel the necessity of united, hr- Bruner & Hogan are receiving many compliments for the handsome gas fix tures they have placed in the new Nor mal building. The chandeliers are beauties and are complete and already for gas, whenever the gas is ready for titem. The oil lamps, now in use fit directly over the burner, and have only lo be removed. Mhort Hpurta. Even Strickler's canal was on its good behavior. I. I). Fox & Co. flung their colors to the breeze. The post office ran up their colors in fine style. The supply well promises to be equal to all demands. The K. T. band cauic in for its usual share of laurels. The town looked as gay as a youug widow in her first odors. Kussell & Alexander were happy, as they hud a right to be. North Jc Kyder responded nobly to the demand for decorations. Sherman & Richardson hung their colors on the outer walls. The Normal was a point of great in terest throughout the day. ('has. Cook proclaimed to tbe public ihtt his flag was still there. A superb flag was fluug to the breeze from the court house spire. . The Nkws block was folly np to the requirements of the occasion. O. W. Newman & Co. reeled out their bunting regardless of expense. D. Thomas & Co. made' a m igniflcent display of red, white and blue. Feist Bros., J. A. Hemsteger and many others decorated with small flags. The tire company did honor to the oc casion by displaying a handsome new flag. The lieautiful machinery of the water works was admired by hundreds of visitors. Wibley & lleusou looed up their end of the pole with a profusion of graceful fvstnons. The visitors from other lowus were shows the Emporia elephant in the morning. The First National Bank put in a claim for a large share ot .the popular adiniralion. The evidence is conclusive that Em poria can get up on her hind feet when she takes the notion. The Emporia National bank and the Central Loan and Land office both dis played battle flags of the war of tbe re bellion. Howard Dunlap, Thomas & Jones, the Sentinel office, the Loom is cousins and J F. Drake Co. all whooped it up steep in tbe way of decorations. as and mormious action : therefore, JirmtUcetl, 1st, That we are deeply gratified at the success of this attempt to effect a permanent organisation. 3d. That wcw ill use our utmost en deavors to promote a fraternal spirit and unity of sentiment, and that we trust our -issociatiou will continue in prosperity and include in active mem ship every Alumnus of the school. lifolted. That we have heard with deep Interest the letters read from some of our members unable to be with us. and our only regret in this happy re union is the absence of many whose races we should have beuu glad to see, and wluise names recall bright memories or other days. Though not irtth us, they are of us, and are not forgotten, but share equally in our thoughts, and we ex tend tothein the most earnest wishes for future prosierity and the hope that in fu ture reunions we may be cheered aud gladdened with their presence, and en abled to reuew aud strengthen the ties of memory that already bind us so close'y together. On motion, ILC. Ford was appointed to express lo Judge Brewer our appre ciation of his address aud a requust for its publication. The chairman was di reeled to appoiul a committee ot one from each class whose duty it shall be to collect, if possible, pictures or the class during the year, to be hung in the Nor nal parlor. Committees were announced as follows: Executive O. B. Whurlou, rx-offieio, J. F. Kirker, Mrs. Nellie Newman, M. J. Watson, M. C. Smith. Programme: B. T. Davis, J. Clayton, M. L. Kees. To collect pictures: ltl7, Elleu Plumb; 1808, Alice Ingersoll; lSfiD, II. L. Poplin; 1870. J. M. Spangler; 1872, Samuel Davis; 1873, Hettie U. Vail; 1874, A. Gridley, Jr.; 1875; A. Marter; 187, Allie Gordon; 1877, L. E. Dyche; 1878, Sadie II iukle; 187!). T. Campbell; 1880, Asenath Dixon. All the graduates present were much gratified at this opportunity r renewing old assH'iaiious and uniting in a com mon cause, and parted reeling that the organization would continue to be a pleasure and a profit to all. 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Perlev, 151 Commercial street. have just received from Chicago a very large and stylish stock ot CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, HATS & CAPS, Boots & Shoes, Trunks, Satchels, Umbrellas, Shawl-Straps, &c. Also a verA' elegant line of Imiorted and American Worsteds. Cheviots. Treeots. Crepes. Cassimeres, &c for tine tailoring. To make room for our new stock we are obliged to dispose of our old goods at once. Now is vour time for eieat bargains. We will close all old stock at cost and less for cash. They must lie sold and at once. LEWIS BROS., 20tf Next door north of post office. 1880.- spriM ai toier. 1880. G-. P. JONES & CO., Merchant Tailors & dothiers, Desire to call tbe attention of tbe people or Lyon anil adjoining eountic to their large and varied stock of Ready Made Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods, HATS. CAPS. BOOTS AND SHOES. w We Offer Special IJarjraitis tit Men's Boots and Shoes. Double Front, corner Bancroft Block, Emporia, Kansas. ROBINSON MACHINE WORKS. RICHMOND. INDIANA. ESTABLISHED 1842. wltkf nt.'iLii 1 .400 SEWING MACHINES A DAY ! Portable Engines IN 1878 WE SOLD 356.422 Machines l vJ-UfT-.-. ItlUlslllllVO Jfjj EMPORIA LUMBER YARD, jj m mVjk C. W. REICH, Dealer in OVER ANY 1'EEVIOUS YEAE 74,735. LUMBER, Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, &c. BUY ONLY THE GENUINE ! Beware of Counterfeits No Singer Machine is Genuine without Our Trade Mark, given above. HALLE'CK'S OLD STAND. 168tf-w24tf The Sales of this Company average over 1,400 Machines for Every Business Day in the Year. Long experience has proven the Genuine Singer to be the best machine. JOS. LEAR, Ag't. wiotf Sixth Avenue Hardware Store. J. M. GRIFFITH & CO. ilfj.it s. 1(1 I. 1 an I horse powi-r. withtlie "KiUlK lit)Vltlioll." me moi .eQMiiv& nl mi.t iktIVci salrly (toveru.M evr invenutl. A N Circular Saw Mills, Separators, Horse Powesr, Steam Boilers, Drag Saws, Saw Tables, Feed Mills, &c. Send for FREE CiTLOir aud prir lit. And tute what you wih to buy. Address. ROBINSON & CO- wi9yJ-10.iuUS ttIHMOM. INDIANA SMITH & BK1NO VOUK Wool, Hides and Furs TO EPSTIEN & BROTHER, Emporia. Kansa. aud get the Highest Market Prices in cash, at all times, the money to buy with. We have always got wiotr KTSTKIN A UliOTIliClt. J. I. MAYES, CARRIAGE FACTORY, Corner Fifth Avenue & Mechanics Street. wiotr HAIL, DEALERS IN HARDWRE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS and FARMING TOOLS. AGENTS FOR McCORMICK REAPERS, MOWERS and SELF-BINDING HARVESTERS, HAPG00D SULKY PLOWS, I X L GRAIN DRILLS and the KANSAS WAGONS. 'ill O XT' 'OK A 1.1. DISK ASKS OF TIIK I"S TIIUOAT AND I.USliS TIIK KEEN MOUNTAIN L'Sed in prl f T T fl. TTV as 1VV' VJI ate rao- 3i IVthe- W2Uf SMITH & Sucmsort to 8 J HAIL, Smith U Co. the Place to Buy Bird Cages. A Full Line of Pumps, Etc. D. C. McMURTRlE Iau Bruner V. McMiirtrie, lias i-stallish-! a NEW GROCERY! Corner of 4th Avenue and Commercial St. A full ansortinent of STAPLE AM) FANCY GROCERIES! Which will be sold low for rath, or exchau.AI lor urodnre. Give us a call. wlOtf N. B. IBEIAND & CO. G-eneral Hardware ' Iron and Steel, Nails, Horse-shoes, Fence Wire, Agricultural Implements, '.. &c. Sole agents in Emporia tor Stove and Tinware Store Tlie Bain "WaffOIl Deere & Cos Plows & Cultivators, Gilpin Sulky Plow, Davenport Cultivator, Champion Reaper & Mower. tire hincts fore the public in" T C A TVT 1MW It never rail-. V UUl.i.Ui Prirc 2S .'"Oc ani 1. Miuiple oiile loc. All nriiKgists keep it lor t-ale. Trv it O.C. IAY HKACKKTT. Sole nroii iftois, Kanrat.CH v. Wo. Kor sab- by .1 A. Moore. Wlutl Gray's Specific Medicine. BADE MARK. The firrat TRADE MARK. Riudr uill ironist, ly antt radi cally run-any ami every rate of nerv- oui il. bility . ami wedknefa ioro iauiS t '-Aftar Taking. oor overwork ol the brain ami ncrtous fcystein; is uerl.-etly harmless, acts lite luair ie, ami has Ihh-ii extensively used for over thil tv vj:irs with itient uc4'.e fe-Kull iiitrti ulara in our linrunhlet, which we ileMiv 10 semi free by mail toevery one. J85rh' Succillc Meilicine i soM bj all ilru!!.!!, at 1 T uuckaite, or six pack ages for or will le sent free by mull on re ceipt of the nionev. by nihlressinir THKUKaV NKIIU INKCO. No. 10 Mei-liaiiics' Klock. Heirnit. Mich. toyol.l in .niMvria by W. II. Siler, ami bv tt oinlwanl Faxon, of Kansas ity, whole sale agent. MsAwKlyil -IN TIIK- HALLBERG STONE BUILDING, Kast Side Commercial Street, EMPOKIA, KANSAS. W. EASTMAN. C'Qiwty Treasurer. niciii mu:i . Draft and Roadster Stallions Will make the following seaaon in the city of Eiu poriit. i.yon co.. Kan., at the West end of Filth avtnue. FRED1, THOMAS & JONES. UKAI.KKS IS Stuple ami Fancy GROCERIES FLOril, I1RAIX, COUNTRY PRODUCE the Norman draft Stallion, i a beautiful dap pie isrnv. with good ous ami vooct action; taml4 l'tS httmW hitch, weigh ll. an. I U ruing ix year- oU. Alu, Pilot Goldust Will make Ihe following seaon at the tame barn. Pilot ib a bav, with gooil bone ami ex reliant ktvlr. ami snows all marks jf t pee l Pilot is rising live years olu and weighs 1,170 lbs. Tliene horses wilt serve a limited number of n.aresforfia to insure, and flu by the aea son. These horses were ifeently brought lroir. Illinois bv Itoss. Kullk A Co. Those haviujt mares to breed are requested to come and examine our hores bclore breed ing- elsewhere. For further luluriuation address JOHN W. KOSS, , I'. O. bos CU4, Eruporia, Lyon co., Kan, wllmos Ol'K MOTTO: BKST GOODS AT BOTTOM PRICES AND WARRANTED TO PLEASE. EMPORIA, KANSAS. iotr CHILDREN Cry for Pitcher's Caatoria. They like It because it ia aweet t Mothers like Ceatori because it gives health to the child ; and Physicians, because it eomtaims no morphine or mineral. Castoria Is nature's remedy for assimilating the food. It cures Wind Colic, the raising of Sour Curd and Diarrhoea, allays Feverishness and Kills 'Worms. Thus the Child has health and the Mother obtains rest. Plans at. Cheap, and Reliable. West End Grocery .1. S. CKAIti, roprietor ami Iclivry Hoy UoodH delivered to any part of the eity. free r'irst door Muth ol s e. tt It olricc. West Htrcet. tr Anwrieaa Notes. Saturday, June 19. The picnic at Lambert's ford yester day was very much enjoyed by all who attended. In lielialf of the teachers and pupils of the schools we express our thanks to those who furnished teams to carry us to the grounds; to tiie mer chants who gave the -lemons and sugar for the lemonade, and in an especial manner to C. Wise for collecting the material and imikiug the lemonade. S- A goes City Aeorna. TfKSDAT, June 15. We had good rains on tlie 7th and 8lh, and vegetation is looking well. . . . One ol the new settlers, living at the head of Bluff creek, lost a little girl aged three years. Her's is the third body that has been interred in the Agnes City cemetery.. . . .Elder Josyh Brown will preach the funeral of the daughter of Thomas Wisdom at school house No. 9. on Elm creek, June "M, at eleven o'clock in the morning Agnes City two ahead on the thh inst. Mrs. Si 1 tier S resented her husband with two tine eallby daughters. Mr. Sillies, with hat airs, says "Hurrah for Kansas. Kansas forever. She is one of the most pro duclive countries in the world." . Fourth of July celebration of Blufl creek. There will be a celebration ol our nation's birthday July 3, 1880, in the grove of Bowersock's, on southeast corner of section, 9 T 16, R 10, one mile below tbe Agnes City post office. Programme will be given in the next number of The News. A general invi tation to one and all is respectfully ex tended, and all to come with well filled baskets and have a rousing old-fashioned celebration. Coximtt. Use Leis' Condition Powders for borscs and cattle. For sale by all drug gists. d!38 AwKltl CENTAUR LKJItlEUTS The most effective Pain-relieving azruta for MAN and BEAST the world has ever known. Over 1,000,000 Ilottl i sold lat year! The reasons for this unprecedented iopa laxity, are evident; the Centaur T.ini- arata are made to deserve confidenco , they are absorbed into the structure: tbey always care and never disappoint. Mo parson need lonaer suffer ith PAIN im the BACK, RhTUIfi"" or Stiff Joints, for the There ia no one article in the line of medicines that give so large a return for tbe oney as a good porua strength- ening plaster, each as Carter's auiart- wred and belladona bark ache plasters. Bold by North & Byder. 173t2o-35U CENTAUR Uaimenta will surely eterminate the vain. There is no Strain, Sprain Cut, Scald, Burn, Braise. Sting, Gall er T T" to which Mankind or Sank Brutes arc subject, that does net respond to this Soothing balm The Centaur LINIMENTS not only relieve vain, but they tueit healthy action, subdue in a mmaticr and cure, wnetber tn symptoms pr- from wounds of the flesh, or Nenraliria the Her eat from contracted Cords or scalded hand I from a sprained na A or a gashed foot whether from dijxa i.i PIMPLXS on a LADY'S FACE tr a strained Joint on a Horse's Leg. Th agony produced by a Kara or ." raid martinatiem from r ron- ones : a -e . Imgs bom Strains : the tortures of Rher at ant Cnpp ir o. rl anted accident: a valuable borsa a Doctor's Bill may all be saved f-oui One Bottle of Centaur --' Ho Housekeeper. Fanner. Planter. Team-i. Lms's Dakdkuox Toxic The grtat r Liveryman, cam afford to be witl.. blood and liver purifier and lire giving these wonderful Iilulmeuts. They principle, purely vegetable and prcven- be procured is any part of the cloto : tive of chills and ague, and sure cure for 60 ets sad tl.00 a bottle. Trial w dyspepsia, mce l per bottle. For I tS eta. sale uy an uruggts is. eis Chemical bv Manufacturing Co., Lawrence, Kansas. sole proprietors. aizsjcwmtr W40T1-10CK u00,J,cro' I'ony .' 3S.g I t-eneial ai-encv f TTl J--niHria.'Kau jt- CARTER'S A WIiI W the old reliable CiK.k Stove, SUPERIOR. If you want a gotwl CKk Stove for wood and coal liuv the hit ) 1 1 A. witni Grange Store, CHARLES PAINE, Agent, -rEAl,8 IX- Groceries, Provisions, QueenswareS. Produce First door north !' Ir. Moore's Irujr Store. ,,r Bottom Prices to Cash Customers. Are also sole uffentti in Hniporia for The Celebrated Gliddens Steel Barbed Fence Wire. STOVES AND TINWARE. E. P. BRUNER, Successor to Bruner & McMurtrie. I hnve a Full I.lue of COOKING AND HEATING STOVES. P. G. HALLBERG. EMPORIA Nursery and G-arden. CARTER'S Little Nerve Pills, FOB NERVOUS and DYSPEPTIC MEN AND WOMEN. Every nervous person should try Carter's Little Nerve I'illa. wliich are made specially for those who suffer from Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Nervous and Sick I lead acne, wt siomacn. Dyspepsia. Indigestion, c. they may be used I alone or in combination with Carter's Little Liver Pills, and in cither ease will give most prompt and grateful relief. Dyspepsxa makes you rcrvous, ima pavi ... j - ' ' peptic ; either one renders you miserable, aad these little pills cure both. Price, 5 cents. Sold by Druggists or sent bf mail. ... CARTER MEDICINE CO., New Torn. Sold by NOItTIl Jfc KYDKK. Only Survessful Nursery i" Central Kansas. Greenhouses Full of Choice Plants! Pumps. Iron, Lead and Stone Pi)es. UNION BLOCK. EMPOKIA. KANSAS wlOtf ALL FRUITS AND FLOWERS IN THEIR SEASON P. G. HALLBERG. Ague Cure MILLINERY! Is a purely vegetable bitter and powerful tonic, and is warranted a speedy and cer tain cure for Fever and Ague, Chills and Fever, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Ke- wl0lf mittentf ever, uum d AKiie, rerioairai or uiuous f ever, ana an malarial dis orders. In miasmatic district, the rapid pulse, coated tongue, thirst, lassitude, loss ol appetite, pain in the back and loins, and ldnfws of tliA aninM and extremities, are Lath. SHioEles. Monldinz: LUMBER, sash. Doors. BLINDS. ATSrintt, spi ration. EMPOKIA E oundry and Machine Shops. JOSEPH C. JONES, Prop. Manufacturer of Iron Fronts. Land Roller. Iron r lower standi, Kanrv B rackets, Aciua riums. and every dcseriptiun of Iron and Brass Casting. Machinery and Roller re pairing a specialty. Correspondence solie- teu. wiuti HALL, WAITE & CO., Dealers in piajstos. Orsrans Small Instruments, MUSIC BOOKS sheet" MUSIC. Alo VtenL-i for the ST. JOHN. IMPROVED HOWE St SINGER SEWING MACHINES. NeeIles for all Styles of M clime. And that musical wonder called "ORGUINETTE" afef ''all and Mte it. wlOtf Hedge Laying & Hedge Trimming. I on the county rights of the Patent llnlire Larer and the 1 hampion bedve Trimmer, and am prepareal to lay down or trim r-eilge better and cheaper thau any other i.an os or s(iurea. (arty can do. srlstl J W. BELL. Km porta, Kansas. FIRST-CLASS LIVERY Metropolitan Stables. GILCHRIST BROS- Propr's. I ir-r. reed. Sale and Omnibus 8 tables. Largest stables and largest and best stuck of nores ana " ' w a nw FINEST HEARSE AND CARRIAGES IN EMPORIA. Omnibus and Baggage-wagon ran to and irom ail trains. For satislact los ia every respect, call oa at. Remember tbe location, 5th arenas, jnt west of iiAcr.rt nan. wiotr Cheap Money! Honer to loan at per cent, ia nn of from 300 P- apoa impro-M real estate ia this aad adjoining counties.. Commissions as Low as the Lowest wlOtf STEKRY & SJCPGWICK. Mrs. D. KIDDER, Having Returned from Her Eastern Trip, whre she visited New York. Chicago atwt other cities. Will Be Pleased to Receive Her Many Friends and Patrons, AT .HER NEWLY ARRANGED ROOMS, At the Old Stand, For the Inspection, of tlie Large Line of Millinery SHE IS DAILY RECEIVING. wi5tr' ' P5 Ph It la a startling fact, that quinine, arsenic. ) ban enar tions," " ripecincs," " Byrups," and " Ton- and other poisonous minerals form the basis ot most of tue " t ever and A true rrepara- stitt tion St. and A. y. C EMPORIA, - - KANSAS. HAIR, PLASTER, LIME. ir l-H 65 i CEMENT. ' WlOtf 1 1 ics." in tbe market. Tbe preparations made irom tnese mineral poisons, aitnouKn uiey re palatable, and may break the chill, do "Wall Paper & Window Shades OF THE LATEST STYLES. AT THE CITY BOOK STORE. SHUTLER LEWIS LUTZ, Dealer In all kinds of Hardware, Steel, Iron and Nails not cure, but leave the malarial and their own drug poison in the system, producing quinism, dizziness, ringing in the ears, bead- . ache, vertigo, and other diaorders more for midable than the disease they were intend ed to cure. Ates'i Aai Cuke thoroughly eradicates these noxious iKiiaons from the system, and always cures the severest cases. It contains no quinine, mineral, or any thing that could injure the most delicate patient; and its crowning excellence, above its cer tainty to cure, is that it leaves the system as free from disease as before the attack. For Liver Complaints. Atxr's Aorr ' CcKJt, by direct action on the liver and bil iary apparatus, drives out tue poisons which produce these complaints, and stimulates,"'' the system to a vigorous, healthy condition. We warrunt it when taken according to directions. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Practical aad Analytical Cb emlats, Lowell, Mm, old st alx DBDooiars Immiii. Customers Will and Find a Large Stock to Select From, the Quality and Prices Cannot Fail to Suit. UrDDLTD t VVLUULM WAGONS We are also receiving; Frames, Moldings, Croquet Sets, Base Balls, Etc., Etc. ELLEN PLUMB. wio.f .iiiwr WAGONS Moline Plows and Cultivators, WIER PLOWS AND CULTIVATORS, Davenport Cultivators, HARSH' S BARBED WIRE, &c. : OLD AMD RELIABLE. : p. S-d's Lr-EB In-ioouatob! ia Standard Family Homed- for uiaeaaes oi uxe lver, Stomach 5S2; iiegeittuie. as never it i Debilitate It ia fh f f WILLIAM CLARKE, WlOtf i DEALER IN FURNITURE, Undertaker's Goods, Mirrors. &c, Commercial Street, North of the Xewi Office. -r ( .eoraer of Rural street snd Fourth aveane. Calls atteatied at sbt hour. dsr or night. V10t B. WHELDON &; CO., DEALERS IM Drugs, Patent Medicines, GLASS. CHEMICALS, &c, &c ALSO SOLK AGENTS FOB THE CHICAGO ENAMEL PAINTS, BEST IXD FACTS IN THE MABJUT. dUMwlfitf Our Spring Stock of Clothing For Men's, Youths'. Boys' and Children's Wear; Gents' Furnishing Goods of Every Description; HATS. CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES, is receired. all of which is bow ready for iaspeetfcm, eTsmlnstlaa aad sale. CHILDREN'S CLOTHING A SPECIALTY. Wolff Brothers' PREMIUM HATS, goods and color guaranteed; the Celebrated Foster Kid Glove, 4c. I lo hare a line of samples of roo.li, I rots which I will stake to order Clothiar i u I most apprered style aad workmaahip. I sits to be rarp ised by bom, equalled by fw aad eavied by all In say (Tor to clothe MIUUJ IM mwaKUU IU WH um wua uor rHnup HS HUM. DON'T FORGET THE Oak Hall Clothing House. wl6tf J. A. HEMSTEGER, Proprietor. w of a w " ill a a a Aj m lf-lhav-fi' n1 . nil tt m m m tmttr . v r - s , m aLWwa A .a. l o w .a' ixo watkri v m n - i i " i WiV52S m i li t a ii I y 1 rr if .'WliM been naedl f V in my practice! . - ... 9 llO'.t vrt: aril i il r and by tho Tnr.li.4 i ' . t 1 ' rrrw m h uui , i wiia -opreceaeniea Xesulte. ' SEND FOR CIRCIILAD tS.T.W.SAIFGSD, H.D., V&9SA a. -m-mot wu nu ion rrs as-CTATIB .