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A-VrORIA, FRIDAY , 8-.IT. 17. IK.
The running horse. Ad Lambert. hipped to Wichita Sulnr-iuy uv.ru lug. It U said tuet soine o. the corn re cently cut and shocked his been Ibjured by the recent rami. - The Emporia Rifles made enough out of Iho Union Spy to pry up all li.tir 4lh of July indebtedness. Frederick Denner aud Anna Crowcll, of Outer, were mttrric-d at the Probate Judge' office Friday. The t ami pipe at the corner of Sixth avenue and Merchants ia a bonanza In- slitution for the fanner. CnpL A. M. Koinnurra U Emporia gun club bado. a pigeon shoot al week. wearing the lie won it In The more rnterpr'stng of nor rural cotcmporariea are beginning t' polish tip their stove pipe Joke. Unci'.' Joe Peak l"ok bin Norman atallion Jean Burt, and a car load of colli to the Bismarck fair. Illn Matt E. Ik-t,-or Ivy, waa the first '-ubHcriber for Ttiu Nkw taken at our t Illce on the fair ground. The Knight Templar bund added more than any single (V.-rturc to the in terest of the Lyon county fuir. The Balrd Brother have purcluiHcd the Stewart property, at tin corner of Ninth avenue and Went street. The second-story joints for the new Odd Fellows Block on south Commercial street were placed In position Friday. Morton Morgan, with six men and three leatua, wul to Xtw Mexico last week to work on the Bunta I'"e exten sions. Mr. L. W. Lewis started lust week for Raton. New Mexico, where lie baa the contract for building tbe San'-a Fff inn chine shops. John Hammond secured the contract for building 1,163 m-Im-oI bouse on Bud go r creek, last week, will be 24x36 feet. It dimensions Over a hundred cars wete order ed on the Cottonwood divUion of the Santa Fo road for the transportation of stock on Friday. Charles Kay, a colored lad fourteen years old, waa brought from Morris county last week, and lodged in Jail for horse stealing. Mrs. Kidder returned from the cant Wednesday, bringing with her every. thinz new In the millinery line. Call and see the new styles. Marriage licenses were issued Tliurs. day to Lewis C. Wallhour and Ida 111 dla. of Emporia: and Frederick Denner and Eliza Anne Crowcll. of Center. Worthen A Kuasell have put two of their Hoover telephones in the Normal building, and President Welsh la highly pleased with the way the macnine work. Ocn. Phil Sheridan passed through Emporia on bis way cast Thursday on a special train thut made forty-five miles an hour between this point and Kansas City. the town the fair Fair Mot an. Ben Wbeiden makes a beautiful di p'y of fancy articles in Floral Hall. A borne shoe which formerly belonged to the celebrated flyer, SW JuUen, ia cm exhibition at Floral Hall. Among tbe callers af Tub Nrwb coop" Thursday were Mathew McCor- mick, of Cherokee county, for many year a resident of Pike township, and Hartwell Martin, of Cbannte, formerly a resident l this viclnty. . Mr. McCor- mlck baa P r some years been at Jopliu oerKting in the lead mines. feraoaal MUa - Miaa Lillie Mitchell is up from lode. M-ndence speuding a few days at borne. Miss Natlif Hurliiigamc, of Topcka. is the guext of Miss Annie Rigg of this city. Mr. Will Lambert, .of Howard City, brother of I. E. Lambert, waa in the city last week. . : " . ' Mr. 8. B. Warren returned from her visit to Illinois Friday evening on tbe )!, K.AT.roa.1. Mr. Sain. Smith, deputy district clerk, returned from a visit of some weeks in Chase county last week. " . , ! Mr! C A. S-yuiour, general agent. passenger department, A. T. dt S. F. rail road waa In the city Friday. Misa Mary Maynard, of Chase county, arrived In town Saturday, to take charge of bcr department in tbe public schools. Mrs. Josiab Rosenbury and her sister. Miss Lydia Smith, started the Olb for a visit to their old borne in Canton, Ohio. C. M. Jnnkln, editor of tbe Fairfield, Iowa, Ledger, and bis new wife arc spending the find, days of their honey moon in this city. Mr. I. A. J. Hartmao, returned Thurs day from a few weeks' run as conductor the Eldorado branch, and will re sume his StUUies at uic iioraini uc Monday. We neglected to note the return of Mr. Jennie Hurst, who has spent the summer in company with her two little daughters, with relatives and friends at Westport, Missouri. Misses Sarah and Anna Moore, of Comanche, Iowa, neices of VYm. Powell, of the Fifth Avenue hotel, arrived in Kmnorla last evening, and will make tbeir home with tbelr uecle. A Slick eaeak.-Tb.tef. Last week, an Itinerant gentleman by tbe name of John Llndsey, who baa been employed for some time past at Gilchrist's livery stable, was detected by police Romaine, in tbe act of stealing a coat from tbe bowling-alley on south Commercial street, which belonged to Mr. Mclnturf, the Sixtli avenue photo grapher. Llndsey had been affecting drunkenness, and when he went into tbe bowling alley was watched by officer Romaine who saw him work tbe coat off the hook where It waa banging, with bis bead, and Just as be was coming out of the place with it in his hands, be was grabbed by Romaine and trotted off to tbe cooler. He bad a trial next morning and was fined 10 and coats and atands committed till it is paid. ; THE MOHET WfXL SPENT. Bam Comfort Batter lhrn f m Ma The peace and order of remarkably good during and we are informed by policemarr Ro maine that not a single arrcbt was made. Til IE Nxws o lllce on the fair ground was connected with the judge's stand by one of Worthen &, Russell's Hoover telephones. It worked like a charm. No man has any adcquaXo conception of the sublime reaches 4f a woman's fancy or the possibilities of ideal flori culture till he has sevu tbe Uil-ouilU at a Kansas fair. John Lawrence began the shipment at Osage City Saturday of a bunch of tattle purchased ot T. J. Price, of this city, which represented a money value of a lit tle over 40,000. Mr. Thornton Allen and Sarah M. Love were married at the jresiueni of the bride's lntlier, Mr. Elbert Love, In String- town, on Wednesday evening of last week. No cards. Mr. llrock'l Denial. Mr. Brock, the young man who was mentioned in the story of Jennie In gram published in The New of Sep tembers, as tbe party whom ahe said swindled her out of her money and afterward seduced ber, called at Tus News office Saturday, and gives his version of the case. He denies the charges of the girl in toto, says be never got a dollar of her money, that bis accuser ia a married woman who bus u child living in Illinois, and that she 1 unreliable in every way. Mr. Brock has lived in the town and vicin ity for over three years, and hns work ed for some ot the beat citizens of tbe county. Wo give him the benefit of his statement, nnd shall further investi gate this matter, as we have no desire that Injustice should be done to any of the parties connected with Jennie Ingrain's story. We merely gave the facts aa they were stated by the girl, to several parties whom we have inter viewed on the subject. If they are un founded, wc shall take pleasure In cor recting them and setting Mr. "Brock in the proper light before the public. Tbe parlies who burglarized tbe depot safe at Eureka Mocdny night, filh, were captured in the woods near that place the next day. We bare not '.cum d their name or any farther particulate Thirteen eggs, in a perfect state of preservation, were recently found im beded in ashes In the city of Pompeii. An Emporia man ia authority for the statement that the hen that U'.d t'sem was served up on his landlady's table last Sunday. We heard a man at tbe depot Saturday morning pledge himself to devote tbe re mainder of bis natural lifo to antagoniz ing the interests of the Santa Fe road, The holders of stock in that corporation had better dispose of it before It falls seventy -five cents on the dollar. B. P. Meigs & Co., of Malcolm, Iowa, who purchased tbe cattle of Jacob Tny lor, of this city, legan shipping them Saturday, the sale amounted to about $30,000. Theso gentlemen have paid to the cattle men of Lyon county during the present season over (200,000. Hartford Call: The much vexed question of employing a principal lor our schools has been definitely settled by the employment of Frank Keyser of Emporia. Mr. Keyser is a compe tent teacher with large experience, and there is no doubt be will give the best satisfaction. Eureka Sun: During the month of August there was shipped from this station, over the A. T. Ss S. T. railroad, 18 car loads of cattle 287 head ; 3 car loads of hogs-130 head ; 40,820 pounds of wool; 60,000 pounds of flour; 40,000 pounds of bran ; 1 car lead of brick 34,000; 1 car of lumber. A large banging lamp in the room of Harry Hlbbcn and W. H. In germ an in the Eakridge block, came down Friday evening. Just as the young men were go ing to bed, and made such a racket that Harry was scared ont of a whole year's growth. This Is a grivous dispensation for a man of his Liliputlnn stature-. An Interesting feature of the Union Spy last week, waa the iutrodjetion of an old battle flag, at tbe release of tbe Andersonville prisoners, which was pre sented by the young ladies of Mentor tbe home of Genera! Garfield to the first company of Mentor boys on the evening of the l?th of April, 1801, st Just iuch a time as the scenes of the drama represent. Walnut Valley Times: MaJ. Almerin Gillctt, of Empori.i, present state senator and the Republican n. mince for re-elec tion fioio that district, was in town . Tuesday, and was a caller at our office. Tbe major is a first-class lawyer and a gen tleman besides, and as a semtor has tbe confidence and respect of his fellow sena tors. We are glad to learn he has been re-aominated and predict his election by the usual majority. The state wants Just such men as MaJ. Gillctt In the senate. Fresn Ktrhanond. This little town, nine miles from Gar nctt, has a railroad depot, two stores, a restaurant, blacksmith and wagon shop, school house and Presbyterian church oeverat new residences bavo gone np thut summer. The Methodises are get ting material together for a church. . which is to be built this fall. Tbe coon try around Is good, and tbe farmers are doing well. There are several large flocks of sheep In the vicinity. Early com is good. Apples are quite good, i C.R.R. 8mart weed and belladonno, combined with the other ingredients Died in tbe best poms plasters, make Carter's 8. W. A B. Back-acne piasters tbe best in the market. Price 25 cents. 243mol-87l4 Th Union Spy. Tbe very huudsomc audiences which erected the presentations of this popular drama at Bancroft ball last week, were only a fitting recognition of the merits of tbe play itself and the i xccllect manner in which it was put on the stage. The recollections of the great struggle through which the nation passed less than twenty years ago, for the. su premacy of the union, are yet vivid in the minds of the American people, and this martial presentment of the days of '61-'$5 brought up in review before the mind of tue adult citizen tbe scenes of that eventful conflict in a manner that cannot be appreciated by any save those who can call to mind the awful interests with which that memorable period was fraught. Tbe Indignation and grief of Farmer Morton as portrayed by Capt Page, in the first scene, revived the recollection of the thrill that vibrated through tbe heart of tbe great north when tbe wires flashed with tbe terrible news of tbe firing upon Fort Suinpter, and the angry parting of the Orrs with the Mortons, but faintly represented tbe last ing feuds which were engendered be tween friends and even brothers by the fratricidal strife, which for four years, the south waged against the flag to which she owed allegiance. The call to arms ; the recruiting station ; the departure of the boys in blue for tbe tented field; the grief of fathers, mothers, sisters and wives who aent forth their sons, brothers - and husbands to defend tbe dear old flag; the hard ships and vicissitudes of camp life, the terrors of the prison pens of tbe south ; the death of Willie Morton all these por trayed the dread realities of a time when the hearts of men were falling them for fear of those things which loomed op black and ominous in the horrizon of the future and tbe gloom of which only lifted, as the smoke of a hundred aau- quiuary battles cleared away, giving place to the light of victory and the dawn of peace. The different episodes of this exciting play were well sustained throughout. Mr. E. A. Moore, as Mrs. Morton ; Capt. Page, aa Farmer Morton ; B. T. Davis, as Mr. Orr, and J. U. Flannigan, as Neighbor Jones, making as venerable a quartelt of old folks aa any one could desire to see. Col. Temple aa Warren Orr, and John Ilenning as Albert Morton, were well up In their respective robs, while the hu morous passages of tbe play were ad mirably interpreted by V. B. Ong, as Pussy Jones, and Frank Going, as Uncle Tom. MissEfllie Bond did some capi tal acting as Nellie Morton, and Miss Inda Keeler, as the wife of Albert Mor ton, was a pronounced success. Charlie Russell and Justin Waterbury made fine young soldiers and acquitted themselves very handsomely in their respective roUt. "Now, we are not only out of debt, but we have ff.O'K) ahead, and tbe question is, bow are we going ta invest it?" Hiram Gmhuu. sluing just outside the open door, to enjoy ibo coolness of the summer evening, tjruw aside bis paper aa he spoke, a idawAited bis wife's reply. Hi ' ife. busy over ber sewing, diil not2f" iinmeoVat'.-lv. "Come," be said, "l it u have your opinion. I'li f you've itrjdr rp you mind what b tio "vlth it log . You know the say'.-, -a man to n.ako money and a woman u nond it,' " nud be laughed good hcmrredly. 1 es, Sirs. Graham ba'd made up ber mind long ago. Tbe thought rf a time when thev should be clear ot debt, and some of tbeir surplus earnings could be expended for home comforts bad help ed to make over and repair u.any an old e-arment that sue waa abont to throw away in dt-xpair. and had eneourged ber to le content with numerous inconvenien ces. But now that tbe time had really come, she fell a strange reluctance about revealing ber thoughts. She was oppressed with the fear that ber Inn c cherished plans might be dash ed to the earth. However, shecommenc- cn bravely enough 1 have thought we might repaint tbe bouse some preitv color, such aa silver- crev. and have shutters put upat tbe win. clows the rixht shade of green to bar mnnize with tbe house the same as the Kreen leaves of the poplar harmonize with the soft grey of its branches." "Why, Jennie, exclaimed air. Jra- bam. "there's a cood coat of paint on the bouse now, and there is u color as dura ble as red lead, in my estimation." And." continued the wife. "I would have the yard enclosed with a picket fence"- "I don't see anv 3se in tearing do An the fence. The nails are good and sound as they -vere twenty years ago." "Please don't interrupt me, Hiram. I would repair the rooms, buy a new in- irruiu carina for tbe parlor nud limt-lin curtains for the windows." "Thunderation ! What is the sense of bavins curtains if you have shutters? Besides, these paper curtains answer cv cry purpose I can see. The paper on the wall is perfectly whole. It is true mat yon have patched it considerable, but that don't show much. And as for the car pet why, haven't you got a new ragcar-rx-t in the room now?" "Yes, but that would be for the sitting room. Ana 1 woula nave a bay winnow made off tbe south side or the sitting- room for house plants." Mr. Graham lauehed outright at this. "Now Jennie." be said. "I never said anything about it; but have always thought It foolish to spend so much money and time as yon do fussing with flowers out of doors, but when you come to make flower-beds of that beats me." "Hiram, you asked me for my opinion. now please don't interrupt me," said Mrs. Graham. "Very well go ahead." "I would have a portico built over where yon are sitting, and a woodhouse and a larire cool pantry, that 1 need so much on tbe back of the kitchen. One part of the woodhouse would be finished off, where the cook-stove could stand in warm weather. It would be so much cooler for us to eat in ; besides this, there are many little adornments, such as pic tures, etc., that 1 would add afterwards. "Why," exclaimed Mr. Graham, "if we are going into that, it would take ev ery cent of the money." "Well, we earned it to invest in some thing that will bring us in some kind of an Income.' "It would bring us the best of all in comes not in dollars, but what Is better far in joy and happiness. Life would have a fuller and purer meaning for us both. It would bring r. higher and better atmnaphere m which to rear up our children. Even tbe humming bird loves to deck its vcet little nest with pretty mosses and lichens. Ouzht we not to have as much love for home and its adornini; as God's dumb creatures?" "I have something more important to live for than a bumming bird," suid Mr. Graham, tartly. "I would rather leave something more substantial to my chil dren, such as bonds and well tilled acres, for instance. I will tell you what I have been thinking of," he said, with an air of one who felt that tbe expression of an opinion must necessarily bring convic tion to his superior judgment. "You know that I have always wanted thut 40-acrc lot of Southwell's that joins me on the north. They say be is bard up now, and when he finds out I can make a large payment to him I believe I can get it mighty reasonable. And when 1 get that paid for I will have one of the best farms in tbe country. Now what do you say to that ?" he asked, triumph antly. "It 'would run us right into debt again," said Mrs. Urauam "Well, supposing it did? Wc have swung clear this time easy enough, and can ugain. You must remember that this land was badly run down when I first got bold of it, but the farm is in good condition now. "Easy enough!" Mrs. Graham did not repeal the words aloud, iter husband did not know of the little sacrifices and acts of self-denial it had cost her. He never could know it, and therein lies the pathos of many a sacrifice. The next morning Mrs. Graham was up betimes, and busy as usual, amidst ber household cares, but her heart bad lost it lightness, and as she stood under the locust tree that shaded the back door. churning, it seemed, too, ns if much of tbe brightness had cone cut of her life. Golden dandelions nestled in the crass that carpeted the yard like stray bits of sunshine; tbey were still bright with the dewy frehness of early morning. To the right there was a low meadow land ; the silver thread that traversed it showed where a brook murmured along, its tiny waves sparkliog ii the sunlight. To tbe left were fields of grain with ripened head? bowed down waiting for the sickle. The airwas full of happy sounds: the tinkle of the distant cow-bell; the purchase that would so materially add , . . .i. i. A to tneir iniuaai prupenj. auu iucu began to woidcr what she was so silently thinking about while she stood looking off, toward the distant hill. A little jcaslousy crept in' with the thoueht. The-owner or that tine mansion uau once oeen a formidable rival of b.s. There could have "xen no reason for ber choice but the one she so slyly confessed to him in the soil twiiigut u summer evening ten years ago. How proud and happy be bad fell, lie vowed she should never want for anything which he could procure. But be bail changed since. He bad lit tle to commence with. They had to practice such ricid ecouomy, and watch every dollar so closely, to !! able to meet the payments on tne Ian . mat ue bad learned to love money, not so n -icli for the good it could purchase as for its own sake. rt'henliecametodtuner.followed b ' bis troop of. bands, he could not help r otic- inir how tlush ana tirca sii3 looKeti out she was cheerful as ever. The morning cloud passed, and with the sweet spirit of self-sacrifice that characterized ber, she bad buried ber dead hopes and taken up the burden ot lite airaiu as best she could. Hiram Graham was not ignorant oi this suritice.and it touched bun keenly; the thought of it troubled him during the forenoon, lie even forgot to esu mate what the probable yield per acre would be as the heavy sheaves were shoveled off the platform and lay so near together on the shorn ground. lie could not deny that his wile bad worked as hard as be for the p:ut years, and the economy he bad practiced had been mostly in her domain. He began to wish that he had treated Her wishes more respectfu.ly ut least. But then he could not help looking over to where the forty acres lay. What a choice bit of land it was. How Ions' he had want edit! And now, when it was almost within his gra.sp, must he let it go? An I even were he to vieju to jennie s wisues now. would not she know that he had done so reluctantlv and against Jus better judgment? And during the fore- noon be thought the matter over and over. "Powers" he called out as that indi vidual was leaving the field at night. "if the folks at home can spare Miran da, let her come up in the morning and help mv wile.' "All right, sue will oe giaa i come," was the answer. Harvest was over, and Mrs. Graham spoke of discharging the girl. "You had better keep her to help you, said her husband. "No," said Nrs. Graham, "when there is no one except mv own luimily, 1 can do the work easy enough alone. I be. lieve I like to work." added she, smil ing, "at least I am always happiest wtien I am busy." "How long has it been since vou hare been home to your father's on a visit?" he asked, abruptly. r lve years ago last J une, wnen sisier i-llen was married." How prompt was tbe answer! Fer baps she bad counted the time. "How would vou line to to ana see tbe folks this fall?" What a clad light came mto her face and then faded, as she said reluct antly: "How can I co?" "Never mind about that. You have earned a holiday, and none of my trans actions will biuder you irom enjoying one. 1 ou bd better take the children with you; the folks will want to see them We will iro to town to morrow, and you can get what things you need. and Miranda cub stay and help you get ready. You will want to get off as soon as you can, for you will want to make a good long visit while vou are about It." He apiieared to be anxious to hasten her departure ; but Mrs. Graham was lti.,,r ,t tltft 1 ltrtu rrtl t fV QllfkS Tl f tilt. home ol her childhood again to notice it at the time, "But what will you do without us, if we make too lousr a Slav ?" "Don't mind about me. 1 can Keep bachelor s ball." be added laughing. Two week later Mrs. Graham bad gone, and Hi ram Graham had luu house all to himself. After the lapse of five weeks he went to the station to meet his wife and chil dren. Thev bad enjoyed the most de- ighlful visit, and all were glad und us they drove homeward there was much to be told und many inquiries to be made. As they iieared the house Mrs. Graham looked suddenly forward while her husband watched her face and rub bed his hands in quiet glee. hat was that bolt, lustrous grey, gleaming out lrom among the green leaves? Was she dreaming? No, it was the house with its green shutters and porticos. "Y by Hiram Graham what have you been doing?" She looked again. "And a picket fence ! and a graveled walk," aud then she couldn't keep the clud tears from coming. "Come, Jennie," said Mr.- Graham, teasingly, although his own eyes mois tened with sympathetic happiness, "do not feel so bod about it. I may have worse things yet to show you. There, how does that suit?" he asked after tbey had entered the house, pointing to the bay window. "I don't understand such things, so I got a workman whodid, you see. It is all complete, ready lor plants. And here," be said, leading the way through tbe kitchen and throwing open the door, "is wood house, and there" be said, opening a door, is a pantry that can't be beat anywhere. And this is something you didn't mention," he con. tiuued, approaching a neat sink in the kitchen and taking hold of the handle of a cistern pump that stoood in one one end, up gushed a jet of soft water that told ot a good cistern beneath. "Look through the window and you will see a covered drain that carries away a I tbe waste water. I am goiig to fix it so you can irrigate your flower garden with it. You see I didn't do anything with tneso things," - he saia alter they had entered tbe sitting room, glancing MABY AHDEBS0N. An lotereatlna; Account of Har First Rnearsal. From the Terra Haute Ledger. Miss Mary Auderson, the gifted young tragedienne, is spending the summer at ing tsrancn, anu exposing uer precious self to a sensational neck breaking, by rid ing thai fiery young coll overthe beach-Miss-Anderson is sfcid to be the most successful star before the American pub lic, and having a thrifty step-father, he generally mauages to have a sock full of ducats for summer expenditure. Tue success of the young actress ha been truly phenomenal. ive years ago she made ber first appearance at Macauley's theater, in Louisville, and since that time has held a prominent position on the American stage. One who was present, and an actor, at ber tirst ap pearance, gives us an aecouu. it: It was in IN o vein uer, anu me biocb. company at. the theater was playing. with Miines levic as star, un oaiuraay morning a modest notice appeared in the Louisville papers lo'he eif-xt that Miss Mary Amserson, a well kuown so ciety lady, would make ber debut in "lioineo and junei" mat evening, 10 o'clock th rehearsal began. Miss An derson w as on hand, accompanied by her. mother, the was men a tall, ungainly woman, and took steps nearly a yard long. tier dress waa careless, and she looked haggard and worn. Tbe stage manager danced attendance upon uer with mock gallantry, to tne great amuse ment of the company. Whether or not MikS Anderson nolicedlUatsnewusuting guyed" we cannot say, but at all events she puid no attention to it. She gave ber stage directions in a masculine voice, and no expostulations on the part of i he manager bad any ellect the traditions of tbe greenroom were' at naught to ber Tbe young aclrcsj went through her part ot the rehearsal with as much serious ness as if she were the real daughter of the Capulets, and was much annoyed at the listlessness of the regular players, who simply "walked through" their Darts. In the rehearsal of the balcony- scene she wanted the balcony up and de corated us at the regular pel formance, much to the disgust ot the stage enr neu ter. From this elevated spot she show ered upou her Romeo, a bald-beaded old man, all the honeyed words oi the text and threw . at him tbe most loving gri maces In tbe scene with Friar Law rence she . created much merriment for the "old stagers." She portrayed the wildest grief and filled the empty theater with her re sounding voice as she offered to leap from on the battlements or yonder tow- er," nor does she hesitate in the scene with the triar to cast herselt upon tbe floor just as she iutended to do at night. Stage floors during- rehearsal are not clean, being usually covered with dirt from muddy boots, sawdust and shav ings. So the rehearsal continued, tne star slighting her part none the least, and going through the "business" as she would do at night. This was in ludicrous contrast with the rehearsal of the actors. All of them walked through their parts, merely mumbling their words, without regard to decla mation or effect. The star was far from pleased, and wanted her Romeo to throw himself upon the floor, as in the regular business of the play, but the dignitied leading man pro tested against spoiling bis clothes by any act of tiiat kind. During the rehearsal she was quite complimentary, neverthe less, and gave the actors "taffy" on some performance of theirs she had witnessed. They took it In for "taffy." In the even ing tho performance was witnessed by quite a select audience, composed prin cipally ot tue debutante's inenas. ii was like the rehearsal, ratnerun original performance, filled with crudities, but displayed those flashes of genius which nave won ior ner a great repuiaiiou. Notwithstandingthe prejudice of pro fessionals toward those who step from the parlor to the stage, old actors were forced to admit that she had "stuff in her." After resting a few weeks tbe young actress played a whole week at Louisville with remarkable success, and thence at New Orleans, where her merit was recognized for the first time by the outside world. Since then ber history is well known. FOR SALE ' - DNEW GOODS on. LEGAL , NOTICES. THE GREAT MALARIAL ANTIDOTE OF THE AGE. iSafe, Certain. Sure and Speedy NEVERFAILS TO CURE . rhe only article known thatWill eradicate X disease perm an en fyfrom th e system. J.C.RICHARDSUN. SOLC PROPHIITOH General Agents, : RICHARDSON &C0. WHOLESALE. DRUG61ST3. LEWIS BROS., at the old stand of I. E. Perley, 151 Commercial street, have just received fron Chicago a very large and stylish stocj; of G LOT H I M Gr , FURNISHING GOODS, HATS & CAPS, Boots & Shoes, Trunks. Satchels, Umbrellas, Shawl-Straps, &c Also a very elesant line of Imrjorted and American Worsteds, Cheviots, Trecots, Crepes, Cassimeres, &c, for fine Notice of Final Settlement. Notice it hersbr given to tbe creditor and all other uureUttf in tha rAtM at Rania. hi I DC Lesn mail Barbara Ikh. tlcaaeL th&t I Um uixleriiiirn. mtcails to mikt final settle- I meat of both taiil catate at tbe next term of I IM r-routte Court of Lvon eountv. Kansas- wiuuisiiviug va idc um iMuaiy or veto er. AUDlfBUlralororihBit&tft af Hoi.i-.miit vou jMnwa Lan, uoctsasctt. oilm Road Notice. Notice Is herrbv vlvca that a DeUtinn hits oeen preseunsa to toe noaru oi coun.y com mifctl..nc-s of Lyon county, Kansas. asHui I lor tbe Mutton of a count road a nllow. to-wit: om lueuciua; at the nortbeatt cor ner ot aeruonv lownsnip si. ran 11 f -t. running west tbree miles on tho suction line or as near a prarticabki, to tbe n- nbvci comer of section 7. Alma counljr roail coa meBCing at the northeast corner of section 8 town-lup ). ran re II: ninninr south on twe ion ltoeoae mile, to toutheaki corner of sih. actions. And upon said proposrd roa b board appointed the following viewrrs Milton tharnness, M . H Koss and W.I Willis, to meet at the berinnint: of ' road on the 1st davof October. A 1 1 St at 10 o'cloca. a. in .and in conjunct! n will. tne count surveyor to vtrw. locate and sur cy said toad, and io (tire all parties a bear lor y order or the board. WM. V KWlMi, County Clerk tailoring. FALL AND WINTER GOODS NOW IN. 20tf LEWIS BROS., Next door north of post office. LEWIS LTJTZ, Sealer lxx HARDWARE, TVXAILS, CUTLERY, .JlM IRON, TEEL, ETC. jVERYVHERE, B. WHtLDON & CO., Agents. Full Line of MUZZLE AND BREECH-LOADING Shot-Guns and Rifles, Road Notice. notice Is hereby riven that a petition bas been presented to tbe board of county com -missioners of Lyon county, Kansas, asking or the location of a county road, as lollo. to-wit: Commencing at the northeast corner of southeast quarter of section 16. township 16. ranre 10: theuce south on th m.wi i.r- I ticable route to the northeast corner or teetioa I . townsnio 11. ran re lu. Ami niton sai.i nn. posea toau me ooarit appointed the following viewers: i.. a. n ooa, m. I. Kitchen and A. Howard, to nivt at in !..., ..i said road on the 27th davot nrntomiivr a it u iuu-ciuc a. m anu in conjunction wilii I uwwuni, surveyor, so view. locate anti surrey i avuu ia kiic nut panics m ncaring. (, "nitir oi sue ooaru. n s, r. KnIXi, W37A38 County C'lei k. Notice. Notice is bcrebv eiren that on i1..tolu.r 4 ISrM. application will lie made to tru a-ovt.rn.ir I i Kansas io paraon r ranr.ts M . crnrirfc. sen- tenceu to tne state penitentiary April S. Ixso. for one year for lore ry committed in Lvon I county, Kansas, so ss alas. c-M KICK. O So Hid WEBBER AND GHILDRE1 SHUTLER WAGONS. WEIR AND MOLINE PLOW CO. Cry for Pitcher a Caatoria. They like It becauno it is sweet ; Mothers like Caatoria IsecariFO it gives koalth to Uie cMldt anl PIj-sIoIrjv, .because. it contain ; ti3 nirtsss t- Kuiuvui Agricultural Implements, X7te celebrated IIA1SII Stee' Wire, Stover and Perkins Wind mills, full line of Hazard Gunpowder at Kansas City prices, ;. c, fc lOtf WHELDON Denlerti in & CO., K mataro i-eiuo.ly v.' .' . Lati at s the food. It ctipitJ Wir.-i Coii:, the ullava Feverl- hue .s czi-X KiTJ Worms. Ttv.s tho CM"'d Las ieaitl- ocd tho Mothor taljia I'est.. IP'cas- ant,Cluura,an.l I?t:cVt. ' Patent Medicines, Glass, CHEMICALS, &C, ALSO SOLE AGENTS CHICAGO ENAMEL PAINTS, Best Mired Paints in the Slarhet. 36tf MILLINERY Call and see the new HALL, WAITE & CO., Dealers in PIANOS, Orgrans Small Instrumknts, MUSIC BOOKS SHEET" MUSIC. Also agents for the ST. JOHN, IMPROVED HOWE & SINGER' SEWING MACHINES. Needles for all Styles of Ma chines. And that musical wonder called "ORGUINETTE" (Jay-rail and ee it. riotf voice of domestic fowls, and the song of deprecatingly toward the dingy-colored LKTTKR JJST Adyrtlaart Septal sallina; for i pleswo sa ber S. IS SO. Persons colling for any of the following lot- ana (! rill " advertised" Alexander Mr J Anderson David Baer Kdwin H Ballet Mr Pale BondMra B t lioad Mrs Almira Brown M rs Lanea Crusinlry Miss II Croaswnii isnas t antrlls Franklin Clements Mr A lamobell David T Coleman Mr I'arld Da Is Mr Francis at li Miss liattie Dtita Austin Ikond Mr W K Fnnca Peter Gilbert Ana" In Hansel Mr I W Hoastla Misa Lewis II I sad Job JoWoa Rev A K BILS ros roTAas Mies Natty Aaderaoa. OnaWa. III. Kd.lt laU. DeiiMfcoe. Ohio. Mrs. O- ICcbert, Ionia, MteMgaa Mr. James Kaox. kilmilbeeL Misa Mrs. Mary Welliacfurd. fa Johnson. Mr A W Kaufman John 3 Lee Wm & Moore Mrs Nancy A MesUeton Wm 11 Howell Mrs Maliasa K-tr Mr W U Keili Ttaos '. Koss Mr Julia ' " fierfrent Albert Shaffer Miss ii atUe Mai eons Miss Cotton wood street. Sloan Mr D J SmitaJohnJ Stane Mrt W bmub bill, stone mas -a 8nydar Uvmrgo TuatarJoaa Votrie Jotin Walker MrsS Watkias Mrs L. V WiioosMraEllea wild birds. But her great disappoint ment overshadowed it all. She could think of nothing but the great barn like house, painted a elarine red, ith its large Buutterlesa- windows. nae naiess eyes staring out upon the austy nignway. inside It was equally as barren of grace and beauty ; the walls were dingy and unadorned by pictures of any kind, the furniture was guiltless of paint or varniali; with no works of literature worthy of mention besides the weekly paper, the Bible and the a! man ac. In this atmosphere she must live; here she must hencetorth work on while mind and soul starved; here. too. she must rear her children, to see worth and beauty in liOthing that can not be repre sented by gold. V hat wonder, then, if her thoughts and eyes wandered aver the fields of waving grain, to where a stately stone house stood on an eminence. She knew there was beauty there, breezes stole into largo, airy rooms through lace curtains; there were rich carpels and furniture, aud a library that was almost an intellectual feast to look at; outside there were pleasant walks and drives, and a flower garden that was filled with the rarest floral treasures; and then sighed softly as she thought to hersef "But love, would not . bare been there, and life would have been of very little worth without that." "Jennie, Jennie! Oh, here you are," and Mr. Graham-came out from tbe back kitchen door and seated himself upon the edge of a huge log that had been hewed out and did duty for eavesdrop and cistern. It was not unusual for him to seek her: he always did when he came In and did not find her in the house. It was not a bad habit in the man. tits very life seemed to be bound up in ber; and although he had the rep utation amoug his neighbors of being "close" in his business transactions, he was kind hearted and generous, too, in his way. This morning he had some thing of importance to communicate. "1 didn't tell you last evening," he said, "that I had already had some talk with Southwell about that land. lie wouldn't take a cent uuder $3,000 then, and I wouldn't ort'i-r more than f 1,500. He came over to ace me this morning and olfered to split the difference. Ain't that a bargain though A little better than spending money for paint and pa per, Jennie t Oh." risinz to co, "I came near forgetting to tell you. Powers is here. He wants to hire out during har vest. I have hands enough, but I sup. pose the more helo I have the better I shall get along, so I told him to go right to work. I dont suppose-he has been to breakfast yet, bis folks are bo slack. so you must set out a bit for him to eat. Try and have the lunch ready by half- past nine ; you can Diow tne bora, and 1 will send one of the men for it." Poor Junnlel It was like the straw that broke a camel's back. She struir. gled hard, bat tbe tears would come. Mr. Graham turned back and came in stantly to her side, when he saw that she waa in trouble. "What is the matter, dear?" he askd compassionately, while his large kind hand glided down her hair with a soft, caressing trracbJ. "It yon are not feeling well I wiil slip down and get Miranda Powers to come np and, help you. I guess I'd better anyway, hadn't I - airs, ura nam mastered ber emotion with an effort "Oh, no," she said, "there isn't any. wing tne matier. ' Mr. Graham hesitated ; he was not sat isfied wnn tbe explanation. "Thorn," she said. "Now do go along to yoqr r., or x snail cry again. And Indeed she iguked as if she might. Hi ram Graham had a faint idea as to what Uie matter wan, and was very will- log to do as she bade him. He felt eon- siderably annoyed that als wife coo Id not see tne advantage or the proposed papering, the dilapidated furniture and thread-bare carpet. "I would rather trust that to vou. And besides, I found that there was so much real enjoyment in it that I would be generous and leave some of the pleasure for vou. Here is the money that is left," be added, presenting uer a gooaiy ron oi dius. . One pleasant day in autumn, and all was complete, and indeed, as Mr. ' Gra ham said, it looked I'ke "a bit of Eden." "I do believe," she said, turning toward ber Husband witn a glad bngut look; in her face I do believe that lam just the happiest woman in tue world." lie drew her gently to linn "Jennie," he said, "what were you thinking about that morninir I found vou churninir un. der tne locust tree, and loosing intently on that old stone building on tbe bill " Her only answer was a merry laualt. "Did you ever think so before r Al though he asked the question hesitating ly, he looked very wistfully into her face tor an answer. "No, you dear, simple darling, and I am sure 1 never bhall again," and look ing up archly, "I didn't then !" ix years have passed away, and one bright morning in spring Mr. Graham entered the house. He had changed in three years: the Blight roughness that had characterized him previously bad worn away ; there was increased dignl ty and manliness in his bearing. ills children bad also grown to be a constant source of paternal pride and de ngnu SSo surely does our inner nature con form to tbe plan of our outward sur roundings. He held up a paper he had in his hands. "There," said be, address ing his wife, -is a de-xt of that South well forty, clear from encumbrance. If it had not been for you, he continued smiling, "I should have owned it long ago, and the whole boulhwell tarm. too, nerhaos. But 1 thank tlod that 1 didn't.' he added earnestly. "If I hadfl would have been so close over tbe work rack by tins time, that I should never be able, to look up. NEW GROCERY! Corner of 4th Avenue and Commercial St. A fall assortment of STAPLE AX1 FANCY GROCERIES! Which will be sold low for cash, or exchanged , ior produce . Give us a call. WlOtl N.B. KELAHDSCO. PENSIONS! Vile tii'ist eSTcctivp. Xal3t-i-toW-via a for MAN asil BEAST tho world Iia'i u-cr ..zi---.. Oter 1,000,000 liottlcs- :old ia.-l jtn. Tho reasons ftr this uni'.-fclcnHi i'i larity, are evident; '.lie Icatasr xuij ments are uiaua to ilonei-ve cuaaariict they are al:.Qrtcd in:o lUe sirui-us-u; tU-. always euro nn-l coTei' tL.Kiijiroa. No person need lonucr miiir una PAl'i intho EACK, Rheumatism or FtilT Joirrs. fr:'t,:f .CENTAUR' ; Linimenta -will tttrcly cst.-ijiiii tio T)ixi. There iso Strain." -.irsii Cat, Scald, Btirn, E rnii.. Sting, 6 c' or Lameness to wuioa Maii'timi Stuab Erato aro su.ljcct, tZ-a.t doc not resTJOCd, to thi Ssootttii:.-: xi Tbo Centanr -"LINIMENTS- uot only rolievo tialu, but tucy tm-it healthy action, sabdso infln.mmat!r and euro, whether tho yuiiitom j.r . . from wounds of tho flesh, cc 'Ncuruiiri -. ihe Nerves I from eoniraciol CortLi or jcalded hand I from a apraineil tttVli r a gashed foot t whether lrom uisaa.- PIMPLES on a LADY'S TAC2. r a strainedioint on a Korse'n Le. The agony produce! Iy a Dura r-r St-:it.i mortification from 1 ron titcs : Si-wot- l-nrfs fromStrainj; tlietortnrea fcf H.hc nitlimi Cri-noied, ior liio.' ry son; ncRlcctcd accident : a valuaklo horso a Doctor' BUI "-w 'l be caved f.-oai One Eottlo of Centaur Liaincnt. Xo Housekeeper, Farmer, Tinnier, Tc.-sinMr .r T.ivcnman. can afford' to to rithu' these wonderful Iinimont. They c:;: i procured in any part of the gloho f -- t.O eta. and CI.OO a liottte. Trial iotiu ?3cts. FALL Administrator's Notice. Notice ia berebv e-ieu that the inilHria-iwil I baa been apHintof a-lmlnisirator of ihc ea- I tale or James l"ctlroja.lecca-el. lv the tiro oaie court ot Lyon count, tiausas. ncl tnat be bag accepted said trunt, and bas given bo d and qualilicd according Io law it such administrator. JOSKPll I'KIHCO.i i Administrator of the estate or James I'nlm. I J a. nrcce'i. 35 3 To Bridge Builders. healed iirooosals will lie rer-f.iv.1 .t th I Uounty Clerk's office. In tbe city of Kmporia, I 10, to build and place in position tbe super structure of a combination wood ami Iroi- bridge across tbe Meoho river at what is anowa aa tne Kinaer ford; said bridge to in elude one snan or llu feet and to 1 m..lF I suustanually as required and set forth in tbe plans and specincatiJns on file in tbe ooice oi tne ixmniy ciera ol Lyop count. oiuuere must oe prcpareti to cliue tne con tract on aay ot lettlus;, and give bonds to ful Bill tbe conditions of same. Payment will I be in such luuds aa Lon county n-ay have ou uanu. ana no payment will oe made until completion anu acceptance or bridge. Siui county commissioners reserve the right to reject any and ail bids. At tne rame time ana place as above named sealed proposals will be received for tbe con struction of two piers to support said bridge, said jiiers to be In accordance with plans and ikxiucouudi sctiorio anu now on uie in i nt office of said couniv clerk of Lvon conntv. the said county commissioners reserving th right to reject any and all bids for same, and tbe party receiving said work must be pre-1 pareu io enter as once into contract lor tnt completion of same and give bonds accord ingly. By order of tbe board, this 8th day ol sepemoer. tiwu. wit. r tni.Mi. 87w tTonnt- lrlr Sheriffs Sale. AY. Houston vs A.N. ilanna, el al. Notice is berebv given thut bv virtue of an execution issued out of tho firth judicial dis tries court, sitting in ana tor L.yon county ana state of Kansas, in the above entitled causr and to me directed, I will, on Monday. Ibe27ib day of September, A . l 18s0, at 10 o'clock a m , at the fron. door of the court bouse in the city of Emporia. Lyon county, Kansas, offei ior saie ana sen at pnuno auction, to tne highest bidder, for easb, ail tbe right, title and interest of the said defendant. A Is. Manna, in and to tbo fol lowing described real estate, to wit: The west half of tbe northwest quarter ol section 2V, township 20. range IS east, in Lyon KltUlT. DWIIM, GUUUI1U1HK OVaUTVS; lPO IU nsus AC0RH STOVES. GET THE BEST I LEAD ALL OTHERS ! Every Style & Price. GuarantceuUuequaled F03 OPERATION, ECONOMY, DURABILITY and WORKMANSHIP. XapreremaaU and Ccave&le&cei fonai Xa no oUicrs. - - AT - - Mrs. D. KIDDER'S. wlStf J. M. GRIFFITH & CO. Dealeri in G-eneral Hardware Iron and Steel, Nails, Horse-shoes, Fence Wire, Agricultural Implements, &c, &e. Sole agents in Kmporia for The Bain Wason Deere & Co's Plows & Cultivators, Anv wound or infurr. or anv diaeane. how. ever slight the disability, entitles a soldier ot the lato wr t a pension Thousands are yet entitled P'-nsions by new law begin back at day of discharge. Widows, children under sixteen years of age, dependent mothers; miners, aiso orotnrra ana sisters unier twen-t-onp years are entitled to a pension, fen slon laws are now more iilieral than formerly, and many are entitled to better rates Many are yet entitled to a bounty and don't know it I will procure patents fur inventors, both in this country and in Europe. Apply at once. Having bad several years experience in tbe largest law and claim office io Washington, v., a guarantee atisMciion ana a saving to you oi two or tnree montns tban by eorrcs- I Doomug wi'Ji an attorney in Wash nitaa aend two s amps for blanks and insttuctioni, TAYLOR FITZGKRAtD. Attorney nt law and solicitor nf P. Claims, leck box 168, Winfield. Kansas. 23tf EMPORIA . ' - Savings Bank. TRANSACTS A GENERAI. BANKING BUSINESS. Manufactures of all kln ls of CARRIAGES, WORK. KTU. ETC. BEPlIBIXfl D0SK OS SH0BT K0TICK I Sixth avenue cast of Commei cial St. SOtf D. A. Painter, , Salesman for WHITE A HOLMES, LiTB Stock , Coimssion Kercliaits, Kaxsab Citv, JIissouri. 20m6 Carriaee Factory G-ilpin Sulkiy Plow, T. L. RYAN, JJavenport uultivator, Champion Reaper & Mower. Are also Hole agents in Emporia for The Celebrated thomas & jones. Gliddens' Steel Barbed Fence Wire. DKALKK8 IK. . Staple and Fancy, GROCERIES FLOUR, GRAIN, COUNTRY PRODUCE 74 Constitution street, in the city of Emporl Lyon county. Kaesas: said real estate to br sold as tbe property of said defendnDt, A. J . I Banna, to satisiy saia execution . j . a. aiuum, w35t5 Sheriff of Lyon county, Kan. Notice of Final Settlement. Notice Is berebv aiven to all creditors and others interested in tbe estate of Ueo. T. Veacb, late of Lyon county, deceased, thai tbe uodi-rsio-ned intends to make final settle ment of tbe said estate at tbe r ext term ol tbt probate court ol Lyon county, K ansa, com mencing on tbe first Monday in October. 1880 ana on saia any or as scop tnereaner as to. samecsnbe beard; and thatbe will atth, sametime apply to said court for a rrasonabU allowance for bis cervices as administrator and tbe expenses of administration. A 0 alUJL.IH 11. Administrator of the estate of Geo. T. Veacb deceased. 30-39 Notice of Final Settlement. Notice is berebv a-iren to all creditors and others interested in tbe estate of t barlir- Stewart, late of Lyon county, deceased, thai tne undernamed Intends to make final settle. mentoi tne saia estate at tnenext term oi tne probate court of Lvon county. Kansas, com nenciuK on tne nrst asonaav in ueiouer. iwu and on said day or as soon l hereafter as the same can be beard: and that be will at the same time apply to said court for a reasona- uie allowance ior nis services as aamintstra tor and tbe expenses of administration . WILLAU STEWART. Administrator of tbe estate of Charles stew- art, deceased. &Sw Proposed Amendments To the Constitution of the State of Kan- . . . . . T a- ..." I nit, tuomutea oy tne Jeguilature at tU laxt teuton for ratification or rejection bu the eleetort of the mtate. at the aen. I eral election to be held on the 2tf day of I jsotemoer, ioou. SEN ATS JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 9. Proposlnc amendment to section one of arti cle eleven of the constitution ef the state of I Kansas, relating to property exempt from taxavuon. B it rwsolseif fry tht LtaMatw of tkt ntaU of Aauu, two-third of all lAo member tleettd to each koto concurring therein: 8XCTIOK 1 Tho tollowlnr proposition to amena section one or article eleven of tbe con stitution of tbe state of Kansas, shall be sub- I mittea to tne electors or tbe state for adop tion or rejection, at tne general election to I beld on tbe Tuesday succeeding the first Mon day ia November, A. ii. eighteen hundred I ana eignty : Tnat section one of article elev en ot the constitution ol tbe state of Kansas shall he so amended as to read as follows : "Section L Tbe legislature shall provide for a aouona ana equal rase ot assessment ana taxation; dui ait property used exclusively hit tww, niuuiv, uuaiciwf literary, eauca- l Always Reliable, POPULAR EVERYWHERE. For Sal la Every City and Tows In tbe TTxated St tea. THE CASH SFOYE CO. Agents, E.uporia, Kansas. 36t5 Gray's Specific Medicine. TRADE MARK. The Onwt TRADE MARK. cnRiian Remedy will prompt ly and radi cally cure any and every case of nerv ous drbility- . nil wau k Before Taking result or m- . Vlv: discretion, ca Alter XaXin& cess or overwork of tbe brain and nervous system; is ertect.ly harmless, acts like mag ic, anu nas iMen eatensiveiy USCTX for Over thirty years with g eat success am-run parti -uiara in our pamphlet, which we desire to send free by mail toeverv one. SoyTh- Snecillc Meilicine Is sold by all druxKists at $1 per package, or six pack ages for is, or will be sent free by mail on re. eeipt of the money, bv addressing 1MB. on A I Hblil.l.K IX) . Nn.U) Mechanics' Hlock. Dpimlt U l.h d In l-.inporialiy W. H. Sisier, and by Mooilward t'axon, of Kansas City, whole sale agent. UHAwxlyrl -S wlOtf P. G. HALLBERG. EMPORIA Nursery and Garden. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits HOW IT LOOKED TO THE BOY. A gentleman from tbe country arrived at a Galveston hotel tbe other day -with his little boy. The little fellow had nev er seen anybody play operatic music, so wuen tie peeieu iuio uie parlor anu aw a laity icaninir away back, on the piano stool pawing the instrument and whoop ing, "I am dying for some one to love Bw," he naturally became interested, and when his father came back to tbe hotel he told him that there had been a woman fighting the piano. Which whipped V asked the parent smilingat the simplicity of the child.. -Shc hollered" was the re sponse. Galveston flews. J JAY BUCK, Presided H. DUNLAP, Cashier. DIRECTOR: . J. Jar Bccx. E. P. BauHKa. 3 . Wbioht. - J. W. TimvorrBTr wiotf Uowako Urnttr I TTltP FOB tl.L DISKASW or THs . U nEj THUOAT am h;n-o- thk Q-KEEN MO U.N TAIN tico since lC0 I JCxrTJs fore the puWlle mV a T J IVf 1 ItneerfalK.rSV laS A JV1. I rne xio, SOc ana 1. Sample rattles lUc All droggisu keep it lor sale. Try it O.C. rA Bit AC RETT. Sole proprietory kora City, Ma. ; Forsale by J A. Moore.- H)tf - OUR XOTIOi l BEST GOODS AT BOTTOM PRICES . AND WARRANTED TO . . ; PLEASE.. ; ;i Only Successful Nursery in Central Kansas. EMPORIA,, KANSAS.' WlOtf ate prnc- Pntbe- Dealers in Meats of all Kinds! Tbe Bast ajsd Cheapest Meat Bf rket la I uapsns. Have now on hau l and for salecbeaua laraa I amount of Pork, Ham. Shoulder ai d Bacon, I tnorongmy sattea, eurea ana ssnosett, aud I Greenhouses Full of Choice Plants! ALL FRUITS AND FLOWERS IN THEIR SEASON P. G. HALLBERG. wlf S. B. RIGGSr 8CCCK8SOR TO BIOUS A tlOY.U, BFsSSK. Lata, smdeibs. mmui . lumber, saxi. dook. blikds. : t Real Estate nt Insnraiice Aimt.:; ABSTBACT FURXf8irEO A5fl TASVS PAH fo Koa-KksiDswra. --. r. All orders receive prompt attention, and dealers are particularly requested to elve us I a call. Tbe best ot ISeef Mnt'on and Veal. aa usual kept at our market, on vent side of Commercial street, opposite I O.. Eimioria. COE. 4TH ATS. aUB COSXEKCIAI. ST.. EMPORIA.' TASasAfi. Ft wWtt A W050EBFTJL SPRING. lucre la an lmmpnse nnrirtv rvetr rn the West Dolores, six miles from Rico, I PriT? Ti "' lVTVT,Ti-'Kzt just across the head of Horse gulch and V-irlXi Al : . lVlLJN L Y i near the base of Calico Peak, that has an ebb and now that is quite singular. tue Dasin is aooat twentv-nvc feet in diameter, and in the morning . is always iuu oi water, out in tne evening it ia penecuy ary ana empty. The water is cold and of apparently good quality, and the baMn gradually fills to over, i flowing, when it as slowl'v receeds, effer vescing violently all the time. The dis covery wss made by a prospector, who passed it in the morning when full (the basin was full we ma.i), and on return ing at night it was innry. He iben watched it, wiln the r Mill above men tioned. It cxc.iti-fa co3.-i.!L'rab;e ctiriosi ty in that n-gion , Use Lei' DanJelion Tonic, the great blood and liver purifier ami lire etvine principle, a preventative of chills and aette, and a sure cure for dyspepsia. Price fl per tmtlle. For sale by all druggists. dfcw J; 8. CRAIG, Proprietor and Delivery' Boy. Good delivered to any part of .the city. tree, rirss ooor sovta ot o. s . West street. Kansas WlOtf ATIEU c HKRMAN . r-H -- T ,f" "Jr-v West End Grocery ! f 2fN& rZ? ,tiO SU and A. T. &-at Nosey to loan at 8 per cent., fa sums of irom tun as. ajioa improvea real estate Bn ; uui sou siljuniias onuiues.. . . CommisstohsasLovy as the Lowest. wWtf f -STKttet Jt SKDGvTICK.U E. BOKTOIC.-- - ' " : HEAL ESTATE AliEKTi Kaaporia, - - - Kansas. .-Pars Tsxes. redeems lands aal.l r t ill uoiiit parrrc inwoiioi tax (US -' la time to save penalty. St-nd V-rk ' x. bunffe r P. fs. ordr Ts ftv-ctirrn sfjit sr RcTras Mali. t.-; Eacbs-'r tn)-ies4-ritioa ol l.ituis and ! . ittiipM . 111 MM. r Real a''e b. jbl aa.l Sold ni) t ummi-h,:i (..all s or address i . - -K- 1IOBTOM. WlOtf t.mrii, I.yoa Co Ka ilESSEN-WAHTE we want CTV ". OJPT T GOOD M ETV X.J OPlI ll I CtGARSTO DEALERS. '3 1 ff A month and expenses $1W !VPI8 fRE CITTI1S SUIirilllT ... A ad send it witb yonr application; tlwMts et e ttirmp so Insure answer ' i !: , FrTfUt CO . Cincinnati, Oblo, ? LJU Emporia, kansas. 2 HAIR, PWSTER, LIME. CEDENT. ,-fcnooHa KjUi"-!- wlltf w10f Sixth Avenue Hardware Store. ; rU; aMTTTT to: TTATTy : DEALERS IS HARDV. AEE, AGEICULTUEAL IMPLE3IENTS k FARMING I TOOLS. AGENTS FOR McCORMICK REAPERS, 'MOWERS and SELF-BINDING HARVESTERS. ' HAPG00D SULKY PLOWS, I X L GRAIN . . . DRILLS and the KANSAS WAGONS. rS4tf S3XITXX & IIAIL, a B. f. Ssaitb Cat. benevolent and sball be exempt from ebari table purposes taxation." 8KO. , Tbe lollowins- shall be tho method Of submitting- (aid proposition: Tbe ballots snail em eiioer written or printed, or printed and partly written, thereon. rortbe proposition to amend section one of article eievea oi tne const-tutloa ot Kansas, striking; out tbe clause exempting two hundred dollars tauu) personal property rram taxation ;" or. "Ae-ainst the Dronositioa so amend Mtina oae of article eievea of tbs eonstitutioa of tha state oi svanass, strisinar oat tne clause ex empties; two hundred dollars (000) personal property from taxation." aao S 1 his resolution shall take fr-t mH be in fore from and after its publication la in tbe statute book. I hereby certify that tbe above bill orifria- atea in sue senate, January list. I7, and yayi. mm. uwii r cirruar 11 a. ism. LYMAN U. HUMPHRKT. HIHIT BltUDLIT. i'resd'tof Senate. Secretary ol Senate. Passed tbe house February 18th, 1870. 8IUMET CLARKE. Wist. W. WiLToa, Speaker of House. Chief Clerk of if trusev Approved March 4th. 187. JOUS t. ST. JOHX. ; ' ' Governor. Tib Btatb op Kavsas, Orrics or Bsobctabt o? State, I I, Jamas Smith, secretary of State of tha state of aansas, do hereby certify that tbe foregoing la a true and correct copy of the onainai enrolled Joint resoluttoa now oa Ale I Ague Cure Is a purely vegetable bitter and powerful tonic, and is warranted a speedy and cer tain cure for Fever and A true, (Thills and Fever, I ntermlttent or Chill Fever. Ue mlttent Fever. Dumb Aaron. fMFiwiioa1 or Bilious Fever, and ail mavlaiHavl tiiaw orders. In miasmatic districts, the rapid pulse, coated ton true, thirst, lassitude, loas or appetite, pain in the back and loins, and coldness of the spine and extremities, are only premonitions of severer symptoms which terminate in the ague paroxysm, succeeded by high fever and profuse perspiration. : It is a startling fact, that quinine, arsenic, and other poisonous minerals form tbe basis ' of most of the " Fever and Airue Prepara tions' " Specifics," " Syrups mad "Tor, ics," in the market. The preparations made from these mineral poisons, although tbey are palatable, and may break the chill, do not cure, but leave the malarial and their wn drug poison in the system, producing quinism, dizziness, ringing in the ears, head ache, vertigo, and other disorders more for midable than tbe disease they were intend ed to cure. Atkb's Ague Cutis thoroughly eradicates these noxious poisons frocn the system , and always cures tue severest rssos It contains no quinine, mineral, or any thing that could injure the most delicate patient; and its crowning excellence, above Ua cer tainty to cure, is that it leaves the system as free from disease as before the attack. - For Liver Complaints, Aru'i Aoi Cube, by direct action on the liver and bil iary apparatus, dri rrs out tbe poisons which produce theae comnlaintjt. and atimtilat-. k'l L ame too a eneet by I tne system to a vigorous, healthy condition. t isV5 1 . . - Ia tessiaBoay whereot I have hereunto sub scribed m aamaann S,IAI. 8BAL.1 Scial seal. Itoaa at Topeka this 1st I day of i nly, A. L. 1H0 I jAsiaa om rrif. secretary oi state. 6ESATB JOIKT RKSOLTJTIOX HO. S. PropoainB aa amendment to article afteea ef tDseoasutauoa or tee state of Kansas, re- isuai so tne maaniaet are and sale of iatox- Icatiar liquors, by addias section tea te sosd article. Be it emaeted Ay the LeeHetatmr of the Stale wj mawwnw, HP-l imn or SH M n elected to each Himtt ooting therefor: Bkcrtoa 1. The foUowla propositioa to a racn'i in cxmstitouoa oi toe state oi - frtirf shall be snbmitta-t to the electors of the state for adoption or reeetioa at the geaeral elee tioa to be held oa tha Tuesday saeceediag Mie rat Monday of November. A- i. eighteen baadrad and eigbty: Proposition Article flrteea shall be amended by addingaeettoa tea thereto, which snail read as follow maantacsnra and sale of iatoxieatlaa; liquors I shall be (orcver prohibited la this state. 'jI- I eept tow BMdical, arsentine aad aaechaaical paruosea." Sso. t. The following shall be the method of sabmittiag said propositioa to the electors -Tha hauots shall ha either written or priatedj or partly wn'tea aan partly printed: a d those votlag lor tbe proposition shall vote For the propoaittoa te amend tbe Cowstittt-Woaj-'andlboM votinsr against the pmposi tioa shall vote, "Against the propmitioate amrad the ooostltuuoii." Sac. S. This rescdatioa shall toke effect and be ia force I roes aad after its Publication ia the statnte book. 'hereby certify that tbe above resoliiUoa erlrtaated I la the Seaate, rabrmary fee. 17, aad paaaad that body rebraary Slst, 1879 a.iaAJl U. HUMFHKkY. Him Bliur, Presd't of Seaate. raased tha Haa March M. 18TB. SIDNaVT CLlRn W,.UTAJK??l 8Pe' of aouaa. Approved March sth.ln. JOiU. t. ST JOOlf. aovaraor. Twm Br atm or Kawajl i Orricx op AeouvABTdr Statb,! ,. - i, sme smitn. Secret ary of State of the Kff.do hereJy eertilVthai Se ore,,4 s a tree aad cornet copy ef tbe vigiaalearolLed lotat rasoiauoa now on nie mm ana w i lawTTaay Baarasat fa MvVS sHasavO vOCVv ttBAw bV MblieatioB oa the sutsia iZ. uT. la tastiamy wheraof I have aereaato aab- "" asy asma aaa aaixed my of. We warrAnt It when taken ta directions. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer fc Co.. . nrtlra1 anil Inaljtlral riisailats. .. Lowell, Mass. OLD BT AU. SSCSSim IIIIISHII. LBIS' DANDELION TONIC , THE . t ..r Great Bloc.aEi Lirer PiiriSer . AND ' -: PURELY VEGETABLE. A preveattve for Chills, Fever and Ague," and fare cura for Dyspepsia, IadlgestioB, Liver Com plaint. Headache, Dlzxiaeas. ' Loss of Appetite, Languor. aor t ' -- Atomach. etc .especially adapt- -, . . ed lor Kidney Diseases aad aU Female Weakness. , ' : ? ESriil'wi ??J.e'i"B Kot. jaTipJ, Iron and AlT...'-"?' JBBAUl eial seal; Uoea at Tepaa. thi lit which- wiil remV; .,i SL ""rr2 ayf July, a.D. la. : 1 that are produced bv son,. 4 sau Bat rra, i . . - : Price $1 per bottle or 6 for $5. oniper Ber- As vara. Oet. 9 earataryef 6tae. E at "" " o tne ami Ihe HOUSEHOLD and I armers GycloDsBdia tmtoieho - We CaCTiUS aanats ttSual? LSr'V!0? tobrieelaam. Li HT.r.Zt 'i. T:,".'L: this ' st. iiiTHo. baoa. Add rets STU Maaataetared solely at taa Uboratoryaf LDS CKPtlCAL MAKUFACTlJRiitg ' ..COMPANY, ' ..;,, LAWRESCB, KAKBAS, . IFOR 8 ALUS BY, ALL DMUOGISTH. Y