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DKAI.Ellrt IX Staple mid Fancy GROCERIES FLOUlt, UIIA1X, COUNTRY PRODUCE OITR MOTTOi BEST GOODS AT BOTTOM PRICES AND WAKllANTED TO PLEASE. EMPORIA, KANSAS. S. B. RIGGS, Lanfl ana Insurance Aeent. ABSTRACTS OF TITLE CARE FULLY COMPILED! . Represents First Class Fire surance Companies. In- Corner of Fourth a ten us and Commercial St. XMPOEIA, KANSAS Jl BORTON, REAL ESTATE AGENT Emporia, . - Kan Par Taxes, redeems lands sold for taxes junoiiiy parties amount oi taxoue ia nine to save penalty. Send New York exchange or P. O. order Tax Ksceip-ts dint sr Ketubm Msil ok KKCBirr or Mossy. Enclose stamp, description of lands and post ouice ouuress. Real Estate Wjght and Sold on lommiuion Call on or address E. BORTON, Emporia, Lyon Co., Kansas. Eipria Carriage Factory T. L. RYAN, . at ami fact n res of nit kind of r H lit i KS, bPltlMi WAUON4, PLATVOIIM wouk. icrc, tn, BEPAISI5Q DOM! OX K1IOBT HOTRE! ftlxlb avenueeastof Coinmorclal St. West End Grocery! j. s. ckak;, Proprietor ami Delivery Hoy. Goods delivered to auv part of Die city, free, t int door south or H. Y. It. K. offlc. west street. suti GROCERY, Store Newydd, OkH UUUIIKi) COMPANY, IU Commercial street, Kniporia Uelwch yno evn prynu yn unman, aral I weled si stoc ao sydd ar wertb yn rhad. ACTS DIRECTLY ON THE KIDNEYS, Bladder and Crinury frffnn by Abmrrbing nil b lienor, every truce t t)i&one, mitl forcing into um mymvnm, inroufrn im urrsoi me um.tm nuurUhiiitf and strenit thuuiDir vciretablo too lea, giving it comirul powr to euro ut once. PAIN IN THE BACK, Sid or loin: Inflammation anil Briohfm Dim- imm of Ms KUintym, Oiabtto. Oropmy, Grav I, Catarrh o th Bladdtr, inability to Uatain or EvtHl th Vrino, Stoma in (As Mladir. Ulak votoroa, cicaniv or rainrut crtnatina, utponit,, coat, or onrmam ,n tarn v nna, HEKYOCS A "ID PHYSICAL UIHILITY. and In fact any disease of theso groat organs, wnoioer winirnrwii oy over wurx, strain, ex oesslve drink or otherwise. It supersedes entirely tho incouveniunres anu trouiues oi tuning nauseous xmi poison - oui inwrpi uicuiriuc.. It Is worn exactly where needed, next to the body and Immediately orrr the ktiluevs. I Is eomfortithlo to the patient sitlo, pleu.. ant and reliable In Its effect., but owr in it action. It can be worn at all time. In imv .'lima'r, and Is equally good tor MAN. WOMAN OR CHILD. Do not be prejudiced. Oir it a trial and bo convinced that It Is lionet, reliable, rtTuctive rnd Just what your fovblenud exhausted body requires. Thousands are daily adding thuir f . Iinony to the wouderful rurutivo powers of Ih's great remedy, w bo am being resUired topeiluct health alter all older treatment, and remedies have failed. Ask your druggist for It, ami accept no imitation ormuMituta. If he has not sot it, send to u and recoiro It by return mall. DiscBirnvK Paics List Regular pad, 9); special pail, for chronic, deep. seated, or cases of long standing. I'!: children's pad, for summer complaint, weak kidneys aud bed welting, II. &o. Our book, "How a I. Ho Was fiaved." contalaing a hiatory of this great discovery, mailed iroo. Write for It. DAY KIDNEY I'AD CO, Toledo, Ohio. 0OSIPE8 Meets the requirements of the rational tnedl cat philosophy which at present prevails. It Is a perfectly pure vegetable remetly, cm bracing the three Important properties or a preventive, a tonic ana an alterative It for tides the body against disease. Invlgoratos and re-vitalises the torpid stomach and liver, and effect a most salutary change in the en ure system, when in a morbid condition. For sale by all druggists and dealers gen erally. A Compound Tincture of CAilSAYA BARK AND IRON. PURIFY THE BLOOD. Eradicate Malarial Pslaon, Prevent Chllla and Fever, Intermittent and Rlllvaa revera. fan Aorite and Fe ver, IndlareallOM, Mervoaaneaa. Loss r Meep. Djapepato. I'entale Mod Hammer Dlaordera. Escoamsadea as aud by best Phj.lclss.. old by all K liable Ilnsrgtsts sad Rcslen. FRKrauKP rLY nv Home Bitters Co., St. leuis. M o. a . . wsr. naraat Mi tetany ntaef of ths bet aadrazs. etilllnsi ' " y vumt oi in. nccuciacs uown ar. ccr.i bad so skillfully in l'ARXXa's UlKc.ia Tunic t.! to make it the nraatest Blood Purifier and tha jatartalsaltk aad Strength Bostorsr ever asod. 'ai1' C?r!L???p,,i"t Rheumatism, Neuralgia, KHeswsswaess, and all diseases cf Ke Stomach.! ( U voo ar. wasting wuq Consumpt'icn or rsnydisease,tMtka ToHlcto-day. Nomalierwhit - hrour symptoms may be, it will surely help you. Kemraber I This Tokic cure drunkenness MS the Best Family Medietas ever made, enuraly 'diSerent from Bitters,. Ginger Preparations and Bthav Tonics, and combines tne best curative prop leniasofaU. Buy a sc bottle of your druggist. Mooa ge&ulns without our siznatniw oa outside iispue. Hwcot A Co.. Chemists. rew Yorx. rARXOTS HAIR BALSAM Ta. ant aad i km fab r j frS STOMACH EMPOUIA. FRIDAY, NOV. 12, 180. The "people's ticket" didu't people. Don't btick your hoi" - down in the dirt. We puWUli Lyon county uftli ial elsc- where. Topeka is tlieatcned with rt-gulrr theater. The yoice of tUo auctioneer Uextretiie- ly numerous. T. J. A lie"U and fatuity started Monday tor a mouth's visit la Michigun. Several of our farmers have informed us that tut'ir wheat U looking apleu didly. - Mul f the awningi and signs are down, and Commercial street looks "shorn." Kmporia ia still growing, and there areas many inquiries for houses to rent as ever. On the legislative ticket the 82d district cast 1,019 votes, and the 83d 1,575. Pret ty evenly divided. On governor Lyon county cast 8,658 votes, an increase over the governor's vote of 180U of 1,130. Vc lenra that Mr. (Jogs well, our new senator, was formerly a member of the Nebraska legislature. All our home enlertainmenU ought to be well patronized. The money, all, goes to build up tlie town . - "Ure er" lsutts, or I he akws, Kft us lat week on the Suuta Fe for a vi.it to li former home in Ohio. Win. Uratrenstein, the well known sheep man, shipped a car load of vcul Friday, via M., K. & T. to Chicago. D. S. Hill returned from Colorado Thursday morning, where be had been eugngis in mining for some months. A special train passed over the M., K. & T. rond Thursday, on an inspecting tour, in charge f superintendent Pear son. This U the season of the year for the man with squeaking boots, and be al ways gets in after the performance com mences. Mrs. A. N. llanna got news Thurs day of the death of her mother, and started on the Santa Fe train that night for Ohio. ' Brother Mitchell must feel encouraged. He got a little over half as many votes in Lyon county this year as he did two years ago. Goodin's vote in this county two years ago was 328. Roas' vote this year is Oil. The Democracy is also picking up In Lyon couuly. II. E. Norton returned from New .Mexico Friday morning, aud we regret to learn that he is suffering from an at tack of sickness. ('liitries E. IJrower, of Illinois, is visit lug his aunt, Mrs. ft. W. Bennett. He comes west to make his home with his lather, Dr. B. E. Broker, of Ivy. .J Waters tlijnks we don't know how to spell ''College" or at least that we haven't got it spelled right on the new hotel. It will be in order for (omelKxly to write to Jo aad explain. The ladies of the Congregational church will hold their usual festival the week liefore Christmas. They expect to have a fair In connection with it, and to hold it in their new church.' The Topeka Flambeau club had a bal ance of f 75 after settling all campaign expenses, which they very generously donated to tho fund ior the relief of set tler on the western frontier. The ilemizer made a mistake in re cording the detail of the Episcopal so ciable. Give angels their dues. The superb quartette was rendered by Messrs. Burnett and Bachellor and Mrs. Cross mid Mrs. Burnett. Tub Nr.wsotHec received its bi-monthly shipment of white paper on Thursday. There were forty-live bundles and the weight was uearly a ton and a quarter. This quantity will run us into January and will furnish 4:1,200 papers. Mr Campbell, of Blue Bapids, Kansas, gave us a pleasant call Friday. He had jtiit wound up en able and tfiicient campaign in the state for the prohibition amendment. We are glad to know he contemplates going into business here. Editors News: I think every real estate owner in Kansas can afford to put his land ten per cent, higher to-day than it was on Monday. The vote on the amendment sent it up. Sobriety points to wealth. G. W. II. There is an awful sight ot racket over at the new hotel, and Hank Holmes says she has got to be ready for Christmas. The floois are neanly laid and consider able lathing done. Frank McCain and Newt Dougherty were standing round ready to sling on the mud. Nasby says the "Dimekrats" have tried everything under the sun to beat the Re publicans, and that now the only way to get ahead of them is to "jine 'em." This scheme was tried in this county this fall, and their leaders breathed their last several "Miles" in the rear. Wc nre glad to see that our old Ohio friend, E. M. Wickersham, of Paola, was re-elected to the office of clerk of the dis trict court of Miami county by a hand some majority, the largest on the local ticket. "Wick" is tWcrving of the con fidence of the people of that county. I liere are many compliments among Republicans for the course which Judge J. r t:uiver persueil In the late cam- paign. Though the county convention differed widely in its results from bis desires, lie laid aidc all feeling aud went Imincdi'itely to work for the entiM Re publican ticket. He did good and effl cieut service, too. thioughout the can- ti.KANi.lNi--.ss. Most of our mer chants deserve commendation for a cleanly habit, often unobserved in other cities, namely, that of sweeping tiieir waste paper aud other trash into Ihe back yard, rather than into the street in fiont. This avrs a deal of litter from the gutter and street, thus giving an ail of cleanliness gratifying to all. The few who do not observe this would pro mote cleanliness by so doing. Clcnnli-ne-s ha often been claimed as kin to Godliness, ami always as one of the minor virtues. H. At public auction- I will offer for sale to the highest bidder the entire stock and fixtures of the Democratic party, this evening at early candle light. It consists mainly in : ' One platform, somewhat dilapidated. One tariff letter, as good as new. One 8'2'J stencil plate, with several tons of chalk. Five hundred thousand litho graphed copies of the forged Chinese let-, tcr. A large package of well-assorted lies, with any number of banners, torch es, oil cans, empty bottles, a few steel rails, and a couple of Mind n ulo. All bids over Ave cents must ie accouu panied by the cash. By order of the Democratic Com. G. B. C. (.which was to be P. M.) Personal. The following relates to Dwight S. Bill, of this city, and John C Holmes, brother of the Holmes boys of this city. It is clipped from the San Juan Expositor, published at Eureka, Colorado: The Silver Globe Milling Company is an organization formed tinder the auspi ces of Messrs. Holmes and Bill, mining brokers here at Eureka. We only know at this writing that these gentlemen have acquired control of a large number of mining properties in this neighborhood, which they arc endeavoring to sell to capitalists outside. Since their arrival in our midst they have been hard at work and have earned the respect of our citi zens for their courteous manners and business habits. We wish them abund ant success in every lanahle effort. Horticultural Society. The regular meeting of the county Hyrticulinral Society was held in the president's oiUce, at the usual hour on Wednesday afternoon. The excitement over politics and who was elected ab sorbed mure of the interest than the fruit question. Quite a number Were in, and in the absence ol any set programme, the occasion was spent in miscellaneous tsUk and general conversation on such topics as naturally suggested themselves. Several apples were shown, for Dame or identification. K. A. Green presented a fine specimen of Iluffcrslon, which is one of the best of this season and seems to be succeed ing well with growers in this county. President Milliken exhibited a seed ling originating in his grandfather's or chard in Mercer county, Pennsylvania, a good bearer on the original tree, and a good keeper whether trood for Kansas requires to be tested. The particular feature of the day was the discussion of a huge water melon shown by secretary Hartman, which was pronounced by the dozen or more who ate of it as very good, and a treat for November 3d. No definite arrangements were made for a country meeting, although Mr. Burdick announced that the people of Fremont township were ready to or ganize a meeting when the society is ready. The matter was taken under ad visement by the executive committee. Although several Americus people were present, notluuir was done toward a meeting there. Adjourned to meet in two weeks, November 7th. hchool Beport. The following is a summary of County Superintendent Wharton's annual report to tlaa state superintendent: 1. Number of districts organized la the ounty .. . 83 Number or district clerks re uorting 81 Total number ot children of school age Number of children enrolled in school Average daily attendance Number of persons between 8 5,4 I 4 152 !,4o0 and 14 year of age who htve not alun'cd school three months this year 7 Trschers required in schools ... 8. Number of different teschersem ploelio the scnxuL during the yer fl. Average salary per month for male teachers 10. Average salary per month lor female teachers It. Average nnrtilier months taught. 12 H umber of school hi uses in the county: Frame. oV; brick, 3; stone 25; to ul 13 Estimated Vji.ua of buildings 13S 132 84 $31 23 6d 07 and grounds 69,186 00 14 Eriitnated value of furnit-ire ... Mint 00 15 Estimated valueof apparatus ... SX.2U0 00 14. Number of volumes in libraries. IMS 17 Katinittted value of libraries 930 0U lri. Amount of bonds iaucd during the year S18.1U 00 10. 20 81. 22 23 24. 55 Auinncr oi tcnoois lurni&neu with record books Number schools iurnUbed with dictionaries Number of schools that have adopted text books No schools that have adopted a course of study Number of schools owning a part of the text books . . Number of schools owning text books that favor the plan . Number of teachers examined 74 40 81 45 27 20 during tho year 24. Number certitlcatcs granted ... B7. Number teachers receiviog cer tificates who hnve had no ex perience In teaching ti. Number of teachers who have never attended a Normal school 20. N ii in I) r employed who hold a s ate rcrtillcitto or diploma. . . 198 30 81 82 83 84.' New ilia' nets organized this year Number of districts h ife boun dary lini have been eh mged. Nutuler of vjr-its to school n.ade by County r-nperintende t ... Number of educational meetings and associations held in the coiiD')' during the year Number of districts that have sustained pnblio school three months during the year .... 87 S3 38. 87. Amount received for teachers' $21,425 09 Total amount received for all wno-ua school purposes $57,664 00 Amount paid out for teachers' wages $23,889 00 $36,555 00 38 39 Total paid out for all rchool pur- poser Amount still on hands f il.108 00 The Cantata. There was a very fair attendance at the ball Friday night to list en to and see the performance of the cantata, "New Year's Eve." It passed off, we believe, iu an acceptable manner, considering it was given almost entirely by persons who had had no experience in such matters. The costumes of tho little folks were very attractive, ond their behavior good. There was some awk wardness, and hardly life enough in the execution of the programme, but alto gether the audience was pleased. Miss Allio Riggs, it seems to us, sang belter than she ever did before. She was in splendid voice, and her performance was delightful. The ladies who got up the affairrequest us to return their thanks to the little tolks for their faithfulness in attending the rehearsals, aud for the assistance of their parents nnil all others who lent a helping hand. Financially it was a fair success, the receipts being between f05 and $70 Wateh. A very prominent man who is a water taker, called upon the com mitteethis morning, to know why he had no water! We would say lor his benefit and all waler takers, be sure you Bhut off your water at night, as several hydrants were frozen. last night and it will ocur again, unless attention is paid to hydrants. D. Hammond, Superintendent. Council Proceedings. " Council Chamber, Oct. 29. Council met pursuant to adjourn ment. Present, J. S. Watson, p.-esident of council, Messrs. Lowe, Thatcher, Whittlesey and Theis. The reading of minutes of previous meeting were dispensed with. Oa motion, the council proceeded to canvass the returns of the special elec tion held in the Second ward forcouncil- man to fill vacancy, on October 26, 1880, and tho chair appointed Messrs. Lowe and Whittlesey as tellers, who proceed ed to canvass the returns of said election in the presence ot the council and made the following report: He, the tellers appointed to canvass the vote cast at a special election held in the Second ward on the 26th inst. re port us follows: Votes cast for council man to fill vacancy. Thos. H. Lewis,83; Robert Jeff,76; majority for Lewis, 12; and recommend the adoption of the following: Iletolced. That T. II. Lewis be and he is hereby declared elected to the office of councilman trom tne m ward to till va cancy made by the removal of Van Mc Culloch. Fei-son Wnrm.E9ET. II. B. Lowe. On motion, the report was adopted. There upon T. II. Lewis, after taking the oath of ofllce, took his seat in the council. The mayor here took his seat in the council. The following report from the city clerk was read and ordered published To the Jfayor and Council of Emporia, Aasasz " Gentlemen: I beg leav to make the following statement of the financial con dition of tho city of Emporia at the close of the quarter ending September 15, A. D. ISSO.as shown by the record of my ofhee : Outstanding bonds $33 909 12 Manufacturing bordt, held illegal : 5,500 00 Halanro 38,100 13 I'urinjr tho aaarter warrants were ihsue'l on the s-enersl fund to tbe amount oi . .. f 16 855 89 aicio m in quarter cnere were outstanding warrants on the rev eral fuml to the amount of 17,$3T M riiiii nurmg toe quarter, as shown by ihe treasurer's report 3168 67 Bslaore out tan.linsr $U,569 if arrant, on tne wac-r worn luna .-were ivtnt.4 to the amount of .... $75407 Tt. ut ra report shows paid,,, . TiS St nalsace.-. Ite4 October 29. 1Q0. r..' "..; . . 7 TS tU FORM. - City t. lerk. ; CODimittceJou "street ported as-follows : V ' nrt alleys rw ITt Ihe Ineiuhers of the committee on street and alk-VS, recomended that the Cltv purchase lots 1, S, 5, and 7 on Sta ple street in Kellogcs addition to city of fcvnpori Jor f tuu, lor the reason tliat sit uated upon same, is a large gravel bed which can be used to good advantage up on the streets of the city. J. w. Thatcher, II. B-Lowk.. - On '4 inotiqn, the following adoptrd:' 1 -" ; - : - Hnoleed: That the committee on city property-be and they are hereby instruct ed to -rebuild fence tniurj Fremont Park as in tbeir judgment deemed neces sary. ' , An ordinance providing for payment of the following claims was adopted: News Company, printing, $10.70; J. I. Mayse, repairs on wagon, (1.25; How land Bros., printing, $4; W. F. Chalfant justice's dockett, Ac, $22; Flnker & Harrison, feed, $16 35; Win. Holleck work at waterworks, $5 ; W. McCreary, boring well, $13; Joseph Underbill, work at waterworks, $6.25; J. Hender son, work at water.ro. k.3 building, $7; W. S. Jay & Co., lumber, $142.13; Geo. Rooke, oil, $2; J. n. Sbroeder, work on streets, $5; Max Fawcctt, stone sewer, $32.45; Matilda de Lndolph, for lots 1, 3, 5 and 7 on Maple street, Kellogg's ad dition to Emporia, $100. On motion, the matter of drainage from the new hotel at the corner of Sixth avenne and Merchants street, was refer red to committee on streets and alleys to report t the next meeting. On motion, the following was adopted : Retolted. That the committee on wa ter works bs and are hereby instructed to purchase a tclephoue line for the use of the water works of Emporia from the engine bonse to the water works building. Bills on clerk's desk referred. Ad journed. E. M. Forde, Clerk. Cocncil Chambers, Nov. 4, 1880. . Council met pursuant to adjournment- Present Mayor Gilmore, Messrs. Taylor, Fox, Lowe, Thatcher, Whittlesey, Theis. Minutes of October 7th and 29th, read and approved. The following report of city attorney was read. Xo the if ay or and Council of the City of Kmporia: I beg leave to make the following re port in the matter of police judge. 1 am ot the opinion that it is the duty of the police judge to turn over every month to the ciiy treasurer all fines that be collects, less the costs or all cases legally taxed when the defendant is found not guiUy. From investigation of the police judge's .docket. I find that he collected fines from April 1st, 187$, to July 1st, 1830. 020 60. I find that the costs when the defendants were found not guilty during the same time, amounts to $15.2o, all of which is respectfully sub- muted, i. is. Lambert, City Attorney. On motion of -Mr. Lowe, the report was placed on record and the city attor ney instructed to . collect the ballatice therein named. Marshal's report for September and Octolier, referred to committee on claims. Repot t of superintendent of water works read and referred tocommitleeon water works. ' Communication from chief of fire de- part men t requesting the city to purchase one half dozen rubber coats for use of firemen was referred to the committee on fire department with instructions to purchase coats it deemed necessary.. Committee on water Works was in structed to purchase tapping machine of Bruner & Hogan if deemed advisable. Complaint of Richard Howe as to sidewalk tax on lota 7 and 17 on Com mercial street, referred to committee on streets and alleys to report at next meet- ing. Mr. Lowe, from committee on streets and alleys.reportcd that there was a natur al drainage from the new hotel, and there fore recommended that the city do - not construct any drainage lor same. Re port adopted. Ordinance providing fir the payment of the following claims was adopted Usual officers' salaries Firemen for services at the fire at the Tremont House, $31.50. Faust & Ladd, tallow, $4.24. Stanley ilson. work at water works, $0.85. John Sharp, work at wat er works, $1.25. Samuel Innis, work at waterworks, $5.00. Joseph C. Jones, trucks, $4.75. An ordinance providing tor the con struction of sidewalk on east side of Constitution street from Fifth to Sev. enth avenues; and on south side of Sec ond avenue from Mechanics t Commer cial streets, was adopted by a unanimous vote. Bills on clerk's desk referred. Adjourned. E. M. Forde, City Clerk. Club 1 lutes. - " We will furnish The Emporia Daily News and any one of the following well known weekly papers, for 18S1, for $6, being at the rate of only 50 cents per month for both papers: New York Tribune, Chicago Tribune, Chicago Inter Ocean, American Agriculturist, Kansas Farmer, or Globe Democrat. OUR WEDDINGS. New York Tribune. Very recent volumes of court reports bring new and curious illustrations of the want of some uniform rule through out the stales as to what shall be a valid marriage ceremony. In Worcester, Mass., a couple assumed to marry them selves alter the fashion of "Friends.". The ceremony occurred at the close of a public religious meeting. The preach er came down from the pulpit and took his stand in front of the news. The ladv came forward from her seat and stood by his side. Thev joined handsantl declared that thev took each other for wife, and for hubani repectively. The bridgrooui then oSercd prayers. Both intended a lawful wedding Much less than this lias been, in Isew xork, Hectored a per fect marriage. But, when this couple were pros-.-euteu Ior living together willi- out having ii.cn married, the supreme court said that, though tiiey might be excusea ior tne past, in view ox ineir ig norance and good intention, yet they were mistaken in supposing that their ceremony hail any validity. There is a special exception in case of persons con scientiously belonging to the Society of i . ...i . . irieuus; out an oilier -persouH iuusi, iu Massachusetts, be married by a minister or magistrate. A story from West v lrglmashows jus tice burlesqued; yet' the decision was probably unavoidable under the con fused laws of the time. A scalp was placed upon trial for having married Clara in West Virginia, while Fannie, whom he had, long before married in Wisconsin, was still . living and undi- vorced. The two marriages were proved easily enough, bat detcnaanrs counsel then ooereu to show that about a year and a half before the mail's marriage to Fannie, he had, iu Ohio married Sarah, who was still living when he afterward married Fannie, but who, as soon, as she heard of this marriage! procured a di vorce. Tbe lawyer argued that his client was never lawfully married to Fannie, on account of tbe previous mar riage with Sarah, and that Sarah's di vorce set him at liberty to marry Clara, aa far as Sarah was concerned. And the court decided that the defense was good True, the marriage with Fannie was a bigamy; but the court of West Virginia could not take any notice of that, be cause it had occurred in Wisconsin. Because, it was not the offense charged in the indictment, and the statute of limitations had run, and the like. Up on technicalities like these Lothario was set free. Tennessee supplies a new instance of the difficulty respecting "mixed mar riages." Everyone knows that some of the slates have explicitly forbidden these; in a few others they are distinctly permitted. There is no great difficulty in applying citner law wnen only one .state is"involved. But in the Tennessee case and the same thing has occurred in one or two previous instances a white person and a negro were wedded in a state where such intermarriage was al lowed, but afterward removed to Tenne- see. where the law sternly forbids it The courts have a maxim that a m&rri age valid in the state where it is made must be sustained everywhere. But the Tennessee court refused to follow this rule. It is said it applies odly when the question is upon the regularity of the ceremony. It does noi oblige one state to tolerate marriages between persons whom its laws forbid tj espouse each other "in any manner. The supreme court at Washington is understood to have a cause on its docket involving much the same question. And a vejy vexatious and perplexing question it is, Use Leis' Dandelion Tonic, the great blood and liver purifier and life giving principle, n preventative of chills and acne, and a sore care for dyspepsia. fnce l per oome. for sale ov all druir":.sts. Tlmni urn ro.ntr fiirm nf mrrnni rti- l.Hin-in mm tint vi-M .- ihn iia r.f t.ilitj in men inai yieia -a tne ue oi Curlers Iron FlUs. lnose wlio n tmuDiert wiin nervous weaeness, otgnt i-Et. &c. should try them. Soldv North & Ryder. j Derangement of the liver, with crrosti- 1'";. '"jure tuc IU.U1UMM.H, iumie: pimples, eallowskm, etc. Kemovc lh cause vy UMntj -:. rr i b t.iuie irvor Pills. One is a dose, fold tv North & Ryder. Bitters. Thy the Rocky Mou-ctajs They give tone to the stomach, stimu late the liver, relieve the over-taxed Kid neys and purify the blood. They create a healthy appetite,-improve digestion, invigorate the muscular and nervous sy temi and give brilliancy to the mind. Price, $1. For sale by Trimble & Irwin, draggists, sole agents for Emporia, Kan. We received from a correspocdeut the following somewhat incoherent account of a dud which was fought In his neighborhood. Some way or other, we are half in the dark about the result of the duel in question, but we shall leav the decision to our readers: A duel waa lately fought in Texas by Alex . der Shott and John S. Nott. Nott was sho1, and Shott was not. In this case it ! better to be Shott than Nott. There a rumor that Nott was not shot and Sh '.L avows that he shot Nott, which proves either that the shot Shott shot at Nott was not shot, or that Nott was shit notwithstanding. Circumstantial evi dence is not always gtod. It may be made to appear on trial that the shot Shott shot bhot Nott, or, as accidents with firejirms are freouent. it may be possible that the shot shot Suott himself, when the whole affair would resolve it- Self into its original elements, and Shott would be shot, and Nott would be not. We think, however, that the shot Shott shot shot not Shott, but Nott; anyway, it is hard to tell who was shot. A smooth complexion can be had by every lady who will use Parker's Ginger Ionic For promptly regulating the liv er and kidnevs and purifying the blood here is notbine like it, and this is tl reason why it so quickly removes p tu ples and gives a rosy bloom to the cheek. See notice. ess; East India Tile Cam The only specific ior all forms of Pilt s. In use in foreign coun tries for years, lately intro duced into America. Warrant ed to giro instant relief and a permanent cure guaranteed. Sold by all druggists or mailed free on receipt of price. 50 cents, by tho American agents, Richardson & Co., Wholesale Druggists, Saint Louis, Mo. ZAEA'S BILIOrS PILIS, guaranteed to give immediate relief in all cases of Bilious and Lirer Complaints, Cos tiveness, Sick Headache, In digestion, and cleansins the system of all impurities. Trice 25 cents. Alf druggists sell them. ... ut use roars tears. A Safe and Pleasant Remedy for C0UGH3, COLDS, ASTHMA, HOARSENESS and Strengthen ing the I ungs. SOLD EVERYWHtEi:. Price ozily 10 Ssita. B. WHELDOINT & CO., Agents. Seventh Ave. Grocery JL.. V,. V1LiCOA., Southeast corner ol Commercial street ant beveuth avnntie. GKOCERIES cC FltOVMOXS ' Goods bought low and sold accordingly. Oome and. See. VEBY EASILY MANAGED, . ECONOMICAL IN EUEL, AND GUARANTEED TO BUY kltal&V MADE ONLY BY Excelsior Mfg Go. ST. LOUIS, MO. IMPOBTEBS AHTJ DEALEHS TS TIN-PLATE, WIRE, ETEBY CLASS OF C00D3 VStO 0B S0LJ Bl . Tl.l AHD STOVE DEALERS. .?JEJV2 FOll FttlCE LISTS. FOK SALE BY .13. I. BRUNER, Emporia, Kansas. POLL! INDORSED BY PHYSICIANS, CLERQYMES ASS THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE. THE GREATEST --UEBICAL T!U;..PH OF THE ACL TUTTS' PILLS Da. Trrrr has aoo. seeded In combining ia these puis tho hereto fore aataa-OBiatic qcsui ties of a 6tsxsotbi.no, PtrassTiTs, aadafu aurraa Tosio. Their first apparent CURE SICK HEADACHE. TUTTS PILLS CURE DYSPEPSIA. TUTTS PILLS CURE CONSTIPATION. TUTT'S PILLS CURE PILES. TOTTS PILLS effect is to increase ths appetite by causing the food to properly saw similate. Thnathet-rs- temi. noariilx-d, and o weir tonic action oa tbe dlgestta. ornna, regular aad beakiur e dnced. ncuuou an The TsnMTrv CURE FEVER AND AGUE. which PFRSONS TAKF ON FLESH wuueander TUTTS PILLS CURE BILIOUS C0UC. TUTTS PILLS the Luouence of those; Dills, indicate. tbr sw dsptability to BoarMi tbe body, brace tbeir efficacy in raring aer to us debility, mela cboly, dyspepsia, wast. Cure KIDNEY CompUUotJ tr toe nuuca3asrae tineas of tbe liver. TUTT'S PILLS CURE TORPiti LIVER. TUTT'S PILLS IMPART APPETITE. cbronio constipation, and impartine health A Mrengt a to the eystsau SOU eieiy here. i I ice 23 lea. CMSs. 53 Msnrravr Streets UaW ItMUb -MRS. THOMAS' - Life Saving Compound ' Vc.t i o:-gh of ft!! stagre. ' Try H and be eon vi Bred br .ftitor i tlie Catholic Tnb er.e w:ts curtti of ion taruo$r Inns; trouble. ; lvartmn iunc stre lter. council i ttl-8.. and a nunber ttorc try her Queen of 1'ain l.(.'.noc:it. Her comrramts are fvr by all druzits and vbolesale bouses 1 r-e 1 tole i roi rietor r. J m inufai Inrer No 1711 Msin i-U Kacsas City. Mo. For sale by , TwMBl.B4 Ibi a.;. ioris. Kansas. Ailor- ; dersimmi.tly tl.ed by Meyer I'.ios ,orWool. wai-o, x'n a km , risa. -ity . a-wus.u i ' LETT Kit CIST. Advertised oTembr 3. I88O perJ(-s cnllins; for any of the followingleU ters will pieaw say 'advertised" aad giva ! Towers Mi Mary Hucbes Eber Hub?Hez Boor 'man Mrs M- r.urnlav B l Kunss M May XaWv Mrs Annie Morton sirs Annie 1 fu.b s B Willard Kich unison Mrs C E Kicb I Hi, a Mrs Roth Wiion Mrs Joe Witberill MrsOS i t-'alhonie r Gerge t w i.s nails Mr Evreu M Datcbcr John H Foiman Er J A Foster J J Iiart Joseph F Harlan S Esq iiosr is tsq Bits roa rorrsca. 3. W. Hooper, Washington. D. C. W. H. Campbell (lasryer), St Joseph, at a. : I ASA'S Dr. Storm's CXLE3HATHD SCOTCH Oough Bandy & vfilsiaJ TUTTS TO T3B FRONT COMB I. D. POX & Co. EMPOKIA, WITH NEW WINDOW Just purchased at the The designs are new and tints un equaled in combination. WALL See our new samples. Our fall stock of INKS and INK STANDS is in and embraces everything new and choice. Our HOLIDAY STOCK will com mence to arrive the 1 Oth day of November. KEEP WATCH and do not fail to post yourself and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere. It costs nothing to look, and we will prove to you that we can save you money. Gt. P. JONES & Co., MERCHANT TAILORS, Clothing, Gent's Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps, Boots and and Valises, &c. LARGEST STOCK IN ABOVE LINES IN THE CITYI Corner of Commercial St. ami Fifth Ave. Emporia, Kans. The GITY BOOK STORE is the depot for SCHOOL SUPPLIES! School books of every grade used in city or country may be found here. I am also receiving; a large stock of envel opes, legal cap foolscap, notes, letters, state ments, etc. B. WHBLDON & CO., DenlerM tii Drugs, Patent Medicines, Glass, CHEMICALS, &c, &C ALSO SOLE CHICAGO ENAMEL PAINTS, Bent Mixed Painta in the Market. THE SILENT SEWING MACHINE! THE WHITE SEWING MACHINE, As sold by Smith Sc Hail, at the Sixth Avenue Hardware Store, has more room under the arm, makes less noise, runs light and does as great a range of work as any other machine can do. Warranted for five years, and satisfaction guar anteed or no sale. Gall and examine it be fore you buy. SMITH & HAIL. : The Place to Buy Bird Capes. : ; A Full Line of Pumps, Etc. . D. C. McMURTRlE Late Bruner & McMurtrie, ha established a ' - Stove and Tinware Store H ALLBERG STONE BTJIIiDING, East Side-Commercial Street, E3IP0EIA,' KANSAS. But the old reliable Cook Store, SUPERIOR- If yon want s good Cook Store . rbt frTxid and ssoU buy tb SCOTIA. KANSAS, DESIGNS IN CURTAINS factory in Philadelphia. i ;1 OF OUR STOCK Shoes, Trunks ELLEN PLUMB, Emporia, Kansas. AGENTS FOR PAPER NEW FIRM and LEWIS at the old stand of I. E. Perley, 151 Commercial street. have just received from and stylish CLOTHING-, FURNISHING- GOODS, HATS & GAPS, Boots & Shoes, Trunks, Satchels, Umbrellas, Shawl-Straps, &c Also a very elegant line Worsteds, Cheviots, Trecots, tailoring. -.. . FALL AND WINTER GOODS NOW IN. LEWIS BROS., Next door north of post office. LEWIS loalor ixa. TITARDWARE, TSTAILS, QJTEEL, J L CUTLERY, JLi CUTLERY, Js - Full Line of MUZZLE AND BREECH-LOADING Shot-Guns and Rifles, WEIR and MOLINE Plow Co., WEBBER and Agricultural The celebrated TTAISII Steel Wire, Stover awl mills, full li of Hazard Outi powder City Prices, Ac., Ac, rr. DON'T REAL THIS For if you da you will discover that vou can ror tne price oi one aow mat we are rntei-ins upon, wliat must prove, one of the most closely contest, d uolitical cainiiaisms siure 1854 all are more or le-s Interested in the Ant 1 ouu-ome, as well as the ev.ry-.la .level. pmeiits in view nf this general interest we have made arrangements by which we ran semi I HE HOMHSI KAU aud auy oue of tbe follow ing wi 11 known papers one year !'r tbe price ol' one Now i. tbu timo to send in your sub scriptions. Homestead and New York Tribune, do do Herald, do Louisville Couiier-Journal, do St. Louis (ilobe-Hemocrat. do- Cincinnati Knquirer, do Chicairo T.me, - do Detroit Free Press, do Chicago Tribune. do Chicago liner Oecan, Those tikinsr advautaire of this lilwral and the best agricultural publication iu tbe made Dy money orusr or reglsteieu letter. Annrcss, BURKE A BEC&WITII, Leavenworth, Kansas. J. M. GRIFFITH & CO. Dealers lu G-eneral Hardware 9 Iron and Steel, Nails, Horse-shoes, Fence Wire, Agricultural Implements &c., &c. Sole agents in Emporia ior The Bain Wagon, Deere & Cos Plows & Cultivators, G-ilpin Sulky Plow, Davenport Champion Reaper & Mower. Are also sole agents in Emporia for The Celebrated Gliddens Steel Barbed Fence Wire Lati. SMflEles. MonltoEs LUMBER. sasH. Doors. BLINDS pi 6 i I I . St. itU' CO CT' EMPORIA, HAIR, PLASTER, Sixth Avenue Hardware Store. SMITH & TTATL, HAEDWAEE, AGEICULTUKAL IMPLEMENTS & FARMING TOOLS. AGENTS FOR MeCORMICK REAPERS, MOWERS and SELF-BINDING HARVESTERS. HAPG00D SULKY PLOWS, IX LGRAIN . DRILLS and the KANSAS WAGONS. , ; ". SMITH & IIAII,' saSMsssn t S. J. Sanitit 4k Co. . 2 CUREI BACK ACHE ; And al! di-eases of the Kidnevs, Bladder .. ud Urinary Organ, by wearing tbe Improved Excelsior Kidney Padl it ks a Xarvst of Resllag and aVUef Simple, Sensible, Direct, tainleg. Powerful. It CJUli US here all else tail. A BETkLsllOH and ltl!OLCTIOI ia medicine AbsaiptioB or direct application, as opposed to Bswati.faetary internal medicines, gend. for oar treatise on kidney trouble., sent free -Sold by drnggists. or sent by mail, oa receipt of price. 9- Address J..!'! BATES Sl HANLEY, original aad gea nine kirlaey pad. 14 alsoa Street. Ask for .it and CH1CASO, ILL. take ao otoer. . Managers for the Bortb west, . W C 'PI STJPBHZOS. to -a" OTH2SHS! Largest and Host Complete Line Hanafacturptf. ADAPTED FOR BURNING ALL KINDS OF FUEL. EVERY STOVE WARRANTED A SUCCESS. Nona their Equal Acknowledged Favorites. ALWAYS AWARDED FIRST PREMIUM. Sold by B. P. BRU3STBR. NEW GOODS BROS., Chicago a very large stock of of Imported and American Crepes, Cassimeres, &c, for line LUTZ, J IRON, kJ ETC. SHUTLER Wagons! Impleuiens, Perkins Hind Kansas ret two of the best publications in the country Our Price $i 00 S Ol) IKS S 00 100 t 25 is 00 I Kegular Price $3 00 S 00 8 Hi a oo a aj S SB 8 0 S (10 s oo i 00 offer will obtain their choice of the above pruer. wet for the price of one Reiultta: ccs may be Cultivator, -v I o -R - r I , & " ... "X CEMENT. and A. t. 4 - - KANSAS. LIME. ( rare. y ABSORPTION fifst-r... way). at i i Luns Diseases. til I Throat Diseaaas. a Rranthino TrnuhlLa It trill r KM IAT.1 tbe system cur all v. Menu And healing nwdicines. tnn FBOH tb. diseased parts Ik. poi sons thnt caue rlrath i. Testify o It TH-t TOU m BE RELIEVED AND CORED ! Ttoa't despair nntll y have rred this sensi ble.tiv-oiiliea and rAjlloaIly elTeottutl remciy rf, by iruui-usi sent by mail on receipt of Pries J 00, by - look -Three Mil- dlt Ntrset, Jions a Year." , , CHIC180, ILL, ; Hent free . kiacagers tar too Nortawost. NEW GROCERY! Curner of 4th Avenue and Commercial St. A full assortment of - STAPLE AND FANCY , GROCERIES! Which will be soli low for cash, or exchanged ior trounce. Give us a call. N. B. IEE1ASD & C0.: . HALL, WAITE & CO., Dealers In , PIANOS, Orgrans Small Instruments, MUSIC BOOKS SHEET MUSIC. Also agents for tbe- . ST. JOHN, IMPROVED. HQWE L SINGER SEWING MACHINES. Needles for nil Stjles of 31a- ehiucs. Anil tliat musical wouiler rallod , . "ORGUINETTE" fiaV-' -all awl tw it. . Ff i.s kitti M.I. InsfASK-TflF TUB U r 111 I tlKOAl AMI 1.1 XTIIK CiUKhN MOUNTAIN ii c hinw ls 9 U JT llsj Y t h ore the im'.Iio ml I f j A X TT S; It .-ver fail-. J f J.O J. UJ. . 'ricv 2ii- 50-anil. ts.-tni.lt- utl. I Do All j UKtsists kue It lor salH Try it O.C. IAY lri At KK1T. Sole iiroiii tetois, Kansas tlJ-, Mo. For sal- bv J A Moore. LEIS1 DANDELION TONIC tiie ' -: Great Bloctl anil Liier Purifier. AND if.' PURELY VEGETABLE. - A preventive for Chills, Fever and Ague. and sure euro for Dyspepsia, Indigestion,' Liver loin plaint. Headache, Piuiness. -Loss of Appetite, Languor, four . r. Stomach, ete .especially adapt ed lor Kidney HUeases and ' all Female Weakness. The Dandelion Tonic U nrinrinallv com posed of fresh Dandelion Root, Junier Her ries, lt d Peruvian Bark. Prickly asb Bark, Iron and Alteratives; also an anti-acid, which will remove all bel-lilng sensations that are produced by sour stomach. Price $1 per bottle or 6 for $5. Manufactured solely at the laboratory of LEIS' CHEMICAL MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LAWRENCE, KANSAS. FOR SALE BT ALL I)RUQOT8TS. 12,000 Acres ! Havlnsr Drrsonnllv in-ecied earb quarter section of our li.Oi'0 acre tract on the east line of Lyon county, between the .T..lr. and tbe M. K. a T railruaii. and made full plats and descriptions of ths same, we are now reaily to jsn.ver all inquiries in regard to this immense trsrt of unimpioved land, soon to become dotted with thriving pr.irie homes. 1 his tract is mostly good high roll ing prairie, with slock waler oo a number of sections, coal on some, and is mostly good, tillable, productive soil, with cheap luel. plenty of building stone, near to markets and railroad station., with ample rsngc for stock, and within a lew hours' rilr.iad ride of Kan. sas City It i offered at both cash and time Kriw. from H to $ pe acre, and 1. artmrra iy situated for colony purposes or tor old friend), coming went to ehooe localities near each other Plenty of good coal at a lo 10 cent per bushel solves tbo fuel question on this tract. This is a portion of Ihe Old 8ae and rVx Indian reservation, and Is a part of the lands now lielongtng to tlie Heading Iron Works, of Pennsylvania, ami fotmcrly kuowa a. the McManus land- on which land some of he bet and most highly improrel stock and grain farms in this count v are nw located. TIIE Jfc.WS tll.MIMM, d w Kmoria. Kansas ..rCFTAo. Vi ViiciiSS Ila. been la constant ttse by tb publio for STsr twenty years, mad ta tbo best preparation ever In vented for RESTORING GRAY HAIR TO ITS TOVTHFDL COLOR AND LIFE. It applies tbo natu ral food and color to Use featr glavad. wltbeat Otsining tbe skin. It will tacre.se aad tblrkea Use BTOwth of tbe) balr. pre vent it blanching' and falling- off. aad Iht) ATEBT BAX.CXKS8. It earea Itcblas, rap- tlotva aad DandntaT. a BAIR DRESS SHO tt la Terr desirables glvlns; tbo balr a silken softs. svblcb all svdmlrc It keeps tbo bead sweet and healthy. rtvi WHISKERS will change the beard ta a BKO vTK or BLACK at discretion. Being in one preparation it is easily applied. aad prod noes a wi msasst tbsvt wUl not wsvshr oF. ' . - PREPARED BY 1 P. HJILL & CD IASR0A. E.H. 8oI4irfl0eajelBstsIie, 2. IsaaslLa U s. FOR THE. NERVES a v 2 1ft 0? iS5sy H ' n S3 as COMPLEXION Coi Talpitatloa of tbe Heart, ScYroasneas, TrcmbCass,- Kcrvcus Headache, Leucorrtxza, Co:d Cacda and Feet, Pais ta tbe Back, and otlitr TiTT-jim of retne Vcsiacss. Theyesr!ca end iijicve tbe quality of the Ckiod, paiilj and brtsutea ths CoraplcxiOQ, allsy JCerroos Irrltttlon. aad sccora Eefreahfaig Sleep. Jost the remedy needed by women wbcee pais, coiar tea fees show tie absence of Iron ia the E'-ood. nrtncrnber that Iron Isono of tasconstltaeats ct Ha TlooC, aaJ is the erect tonic. Tea Iron PI3a are also valuable for men who aro troubled with KcrVtajs Weakness, Xl.'ht ffweetc, etc Price, 50 eents per box. Seatbyscaii. Ad. tess, CARTER MED6CIME CO., - - 23 Park Waco, Hew, York. Sold bf Drdsgists everywhers. Sold by NORTH s& RTDEir, A''leurlarW':i