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1 ; s. . i . I ' - '. - f'f'r ;(. - i- 4 ' t' t fl ! r . -!.'.' 'f'l It n - t ; ''V t i I ' . I r - - t " 1 A- 'i T I t B. WHELDON & CO., Agents, Emporia. KIDNEYS STOMACH AMDfengWAt- CONSTIPATION yCffK 5 Zi lii ST.LOUIS AND KANSAS CITV tfn Thene IJIttera are not an f Slcdlclne of real merit, and pleasant to me tace -For ffale hit all jyrurfqluU. Price, Sl.OO per Bottle & (A x f i . m 1 n w CURE! BACKACHE ad all dleas of tho K l.ln. B'ml.lrr aad UrlnrxtrKn by wcnrlng tlio Improved Excelsior Kidney Padl It la a ami of UcalUf au.l Krllrr Simple, Sensible, Direct, Painless, Powerful. It OIJ HEH mbcrc all elte lall. A BETKLtTIOS n. RtOl.lT!OH iu mcU. iim Absorption or dlrat't aiihratlun, a t to nnsatUlactory Internal iii.lit-.iuin. Hetiil tor or treatiM on klilnry tnnlile. wnt Irre old by druggist, or eut by mail, on rc'cit of price, $4 . Tbu) tlie original and Kenutne kiilnvy pail Ask for It auU taka no other AdUreaa THE "ONLY" LUNG PAD CO., Uetroll, Ml l. HaBajrert for the Northwvtt. LBIS' DANDELION TONIC THE Great Bloci anl Liicr Purifier AND PURELY VEGETABLE. A prerentiTO for Chills, t'nrer ai! Aaur, ad anre cure for Dyspcpda, Indigestion, IJre r Com plaint. Headache, Uixzincts, Lou of Appetite, Languor, Sour Stomach, eto.,escclally adapt ed lor Kidney Diteascs and all Female Weakness. The Dandelion Ton to l ii'inipully com posed of freah Uandeliim ItooU Juuii'r lim rlee, Ued ferurian Hark, I'ritrkly Ali Hark, Iron and Alteratives; aUo an antl-aclil, which will remove all bel. hinir tensutiotis thai are produced by our stnraacli. Price $1 per bottle or 6 for $5. Maaafaoturod solely at the laboratory or LE1S' CHEMICAL MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LA.WUENCE, KANSAS. FOR SALE BY ALL DJiUGGISTS. MRS. THOMAS' Life Saving Compound For Coafht of all stairini. Try It and lie eaarlnced I'he ediior or the t aiholio Tri- s was cured of Ion a: slamlintt Innir trutile. ir. oaaaerson, oi iirniKiyn, .n 1 . iw ntv two Tears luna dlrease Mrs. linker. ihudi iI Blnffs, and a number more Try Iter Qui en f Paia Liniment, tier roinpoun.ls nre lor aaie oy an uruKaists ana vtimieMim iiot-e She Is sole proprietor and nvinufurtttrer No 1711 Main Kt.. Kannas l nr. Mo Kit mlo l.v TaiMBLBA lawiM. Knnioria. Kn-in.ns Ail nr drs promptly fillid by Mi:yer Hun ,or Vool- sara. raxon co . k.i Faaon A Co . (anna City THE BEST REMEDY for Diseases ot z Tfcroat n& Inn , riH'ii-KTt of tlie pul- JrYl ERS lnonnry uriiua nre ao fin-vuii'iiL nun i:iiui, tli.'it :lifnnnii reliable ri'iui'tly (nr tliem is valinililii to every i-oininiiiiity. Avru a ' C'llKKUY 1'KITOUAI. is Miich u ri'incily.aiiii no tlu-r no t-iulnelitly uierita tlu conliiloui-e i( the liublli-. it la a tK-li'miriv ctmiliiiitttion of tin? uiuila-iiial priii- .riiiit uml curative vlrttiea tl the tim-Mt druifH, rliciuii-nlly PECTOR . iiiiimu, iu iiiniire iim irrrati'Kt imxailile fill- ftiiiii'vaHil uniformity T reaulta.wuU'h enables iilivxii-tuiiaaa . aa lovmliils to une it with wintlilenrn. It is Jie ntuat relialile reiiHHly fur ilim-aHi-n of tlie uiruet ami lunsntUat m irnci' him uriMlinn il. (t strikes at tlie foundation nf ail iilmoun j diseaaea, affording irnuiit and rertiiiu . "alU-f, and la anlaitsl 10 it i,-utn of iiuv M ltl,M V lt..,,.. ,.JH.J l.d Olinsrat cliiUlreil Initn it "vi it limit diil'irul- j. Iu the tn-ntment of ordinary loujlia, joiua, More i nront, isrotir-inti, lutiu rnasv Ciem'ntau'a Sore TkroHU AstU as, Croup, nutl t'atiu-rh, the ellui-ta of Iraa'a Chkkmv PrcToitAt. aro maial, tfid multitudes are anmuUly prei(irveii from ' terlnus illma by lta timf lyaud fuitliful una. It should be kept at linml iu every lioiiwv sold, for the tTotevtion it uifonla in amldon sttacka. In V hooping-cough, uiul Coo Hintptton there ia no other rMiieily so KBearioua, aootning, ami neipiui. Tlie marvellomt rnnw -which Aykk's . vitttr Pectoral lia-Heffei-tixl all over the . srorld are auttU:ieiit cnaranty that it jvill xmtlnne to protlnco the lavst resulta. . An jn partial trial will ronvtni-e tho most acep .ical of lta wonderful curative power, as srell aa of its aiiiH'riority over all other ' weparatiiina lor jmiiuoiuirv romplaiuls. -. Xmlncnt plivairlans In all parts ot tlie country, kmiwlnc its coiupuution. recoir- seaaAru t i iiKunr i'bctobai. to tnva- .ida. and nrearrilie it iu their practice. The ' etnf half a eenturvba proved its absolute certain ry tn rnre all m iuioriarv complaints ot already beyona uie rx.ai oi tinman aiu. Prepared b'y Df.J.TC."Ayer.it Co.', . rraetleaa aavd AwaJytlcaJ Chsiswlste, Lowtil, Mai. sold ST all saceaiSTS svxbtwbxrsv ;-p;v mm . uwu Iiy !.,.. L I ttmtmt rwrf ltd- I . t --! JMcwfc r A. OW.it mm st t. jima.n m !im. I A.vuiU'l al V aftg,m.P. t. LAMAR Pt; llsneU.' i : AAlrea. " .vn t for elreniar. '!., UAMAK, . .... ; v ,-rtOOOT. lork City. 1 . . . m CHEERY "J&- .ITT? 1: AL tf.iijti - I. atnnaasnneasassa - .-r.iC.iL.j , ' - ' : - j - -- ntoxlcatlngr nercrasre, bat m fay ABSORPTION Cirn (Natarc'a my). ALL Lung Diseases, Throat Diseases. Breathing Troubles. ii liltlVrt l.vfo tun nyatt'tn curative aguntt nn.l li allr. mrillr-liirw. It PKW& Koa tiiauhuued parti the pol fcmift Iliac cuu iii-aiu . IkoaxmlK Trutlfr In Its Tltiara YOU CAN BE RELIEVED AHD CURED ! Ii.m't U unulr until voii have trlc.l thU nensi- bic.caiiiiy-aiitiiini I rovclioally otfootual rruii'ily. .-,.1.1 itv .ini jj.ii. or ent by million raccipt of Hrlre; H OO. Si n.t fur u .tltnonil ami our book "Three Milll..n a Year " Sent fref A.ilrt THE "ONLY" LUNG PAD CO.. Detroit, Mlrta. Jlur.a.en fur th North west. STOMACH A Compound Tincture of CAUSAYA BARK AND IRONi FURSFY THE BLOOD, Krr.dlritte Sfalm-litl Polaon. Prevent t IiIIIm 11 nil Fever. Intermittent end i:!liottt Ferora, (UN Acne and Ft -r, Inu!(rebtlon. Arnronsnrw, loss or Slo'9, l)yucnl.t, Female and Suiumr r Itlsorttcra. r-tccmmtudcJ and apd by bet Physlslaas. Koli by all KcUaLlA Draglsts end Dealer. l'::i:i'A:ii:;i,iiNLf iiy Home Diners Co., St.louis.Mo. IPOLL! INDORSED BY PHYSICIANS. CLERGYMEN AK3 THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE. THE GREATEST MEDICAL TRIu?,PH GF THE AGE. Tuns' PILLS Da. Ttm has me. eeeded in combining in these pula tha hereto. foraantaironiiiticqnal!- CURE SICK HEADACHE. TUTT'S PILLS tieaot a othsmotbino. Furoatitk, and a 1'U lu r tin a Tome. CURE DYSPEPSIA. Their first' armarent effect is to increase tba TUTT'S PILLS sppetita by eausiiij tae food to properly a slmilata. Tba. tbe sys tem is ooariihed, and by their tonic action oa the digestive orrans, regular and healthy a CURE CONSTIPATION. TUTT'S PILLS CURE PILES. vacnsllons are pro- TUTT'S PILLS Tho raplinry wits which PERSONS TAKE CURE FEVER AND AGUE. ON FLESH wUujDDder the inQucnce of tlieae pilla. Indicates their a oaptabilil to nourish the body, hence their TUTT'S PILLS CURE BILIOUS COUC. efficacy in rnrine ner TUTT'S PILLS toqs debility, mclsn cboiy, dyspepBla. wsaU ingvthe musclea,alag irlahneae of tba liver, chronlo constipation. ondimriartiDghealthk Mtrength to the system. Curs KIDNEY Complaint TUTT'S PILLS CURE TORPlii LIVER. aula eTerywuere. Price 5 cents. TUTT'S PILLS 33 Bterrar Street, IMPART APPETITE, XllkW IVU. STOMACH n H a 1 u u Thero It no clritizcd nut, on in the western beoii9khera In which the utility of ItoMtet ler Mtimat-h Hitter a tonic, cnrnrciive and anti-tiUlloas motiirino, I nut known nnt aiipreoiaterl. While it Ui uiettietne for nil Aaen and ail climateis i. i csiHiu!y sulu ed to It complaints K'-nornted by th9 weath er, bvlf.fr the mirt aut hie vrpetable fttuii Ulank t the worl. r or gale bv irMT:i-t aed .o.ilerit to whom apply for Jioau'lici' Almanac for WU. iart Bafha Xaadrake StilUmrla aaUJ ' ct la dck neuicioci KBOWB z.rm COQ to aaake it the greateat BAood Puriiior aatl the iBafiaaltli &ad Streafftk HctCorrTcr cted.' ; It crocs Dyepapftia. Rheumatism. Neeralgia.; CUiul iiwiM. and all diMescf the fctomach, r- . Ti- a . . ! a; v:-.. Il..n-,i. DOWf r, A.BMrq hiTVT. rviuirajj! uveas j V.e Lend aV Femala Complatats. - ' If yoo are wmstir.g away wtK Coastrmpticn cr. vSftydiaeaMsmelh'ToKictctlay. .So matte w&l; yotzr sympcoma iay be, it will surely heip you. !T KenenW 1 . 1 hts Tokic cures dr-ankcrm, As tbs Bast Faavfy Medicine ever mjKieet.tie:y. rufxerent irons -.aier, jnfccr nrpmngw ether Tonka And combuies the best curat ire mrxisxxol siL Buv a oc bottle of tout clrurrrt.. Jone rc&uin withcut our sinattsre ca o 's;- ; lARiOSSKAia BALSAM, StUTTt I'll ATT. DISEASES OFI O TJ TUUOAT -M I.IXOS TJ1B KEEN AIOUaNTA t oil I tic .1 1 Si - lat l. foro til tbe im! no ml J A.. It nt-ver ln!l.jL 1 V Prk-( 2.-,.- ilK- till ii f l. olilple lo. ilrairiUts teen it lor sale.- Try u O. C OAK lilt Al. -- V 'le tH'H i !i'.;-fs Kansi. Torsalu t.y J. A. iioorp. KIT. v, Mo. j 0 CELEBRATEOEl vV i - -it ,EJC t ii. -.".v. '- EMPORIA, FKIDAY. DEC. 81, 1830. Harry Kiggs, or .Lawrence, was visiting relatives in tlihi city last week t ' .. If yort want to know bow Mwhe the mail goes," look at the new indicator Mi the wall at the post office. Mr. Green, mother of Mr. John iter. rington, wa trickn with pnraiysi last wevk. ' ' - - -.. Mr. Thomas Gilbert, of Kaw Agency, Indian Teiritorv. 1 visiting T. A. Thompson's family near the city. We acknowledge pleasant call from Mr. C. R. William, formerly of mpo- rii, but now of Albuquerque, New Mex ico. - ..-. - " ' President R. II. Welch went to Atchi- win Fridy to lecture under tho auspices of Hie Kuigbts of Hotmr lodge of that city. " Hon. A- P. Cogswell, senator-elect from thia senatorial district made us a plMtaanl call Friday on hi way borne from the capital. A project la being t; Iked of, by some of the attorneys, to bring a test case of the liquor traffic before the supreme court at the ensuing January term. Albeit Arbor, from Nebraska, is ton- sorml artist number two at leetwooa s barber- shop. . By the way. Fleet ha a new cup case of a very neat design, made by Fred Stuckey. Marrikd By Hey. It. L. L.tz, at his residence. Wednesday evening, Decem ber 22, Mr Charles Deweese, of Willow ! Valley, and Miss Lucy L. Mali an, of Ihx kviile, Indiana. The Episcopal sociable last week was turned into a very nice donation party. The inmates of tho rectory were the re cipienu of many kind favors, for which they return grateful thanks. Did you ask why every body stops In front of Thomas & Jones' grocery store? Well, the reason is very plain, they can't get by without taking a look at those handsomely arranged show windows. There will in all probability be an un usual amount of "swearing off" in . Kan sas on the 1st of January, and it might be well for those who expect to reform to practice abstinence during the holi days. ,- ' Mr. Williams, recently from Wales, had one of his legs broken in two places a day or two since, while chopping wood near the Cottonwood river. We have been unable to learn further par ticulars. We acknowledge the receipt of a espy of th3 Commonwealth Annual, publish ed by F. P. Baker and Sons, Topeka. It is a model of typographical neatness and contains much information that is valu able for reference. Geo. Hill, of SalTard, Cbaao couoty, was foUDd last night in a elate of beast ly intoxication and was provided lodg ings in the cooler. Tliis morning be was very sober and at last accounts was perambulating the streets, trying to bor row $5.50 to pay fine and costs assessed by Judge Baclieller. J. R. Graham gave the largest printing ofllccs and binderies in Kansas City and Topeka a careful investigation, and returns with the opinion that Emporia printing, binding and blank book mak ing, are equal to the very best work done in Kansas City or any other place. Would it not be a good idea after the holidays for business houses to close at (O'clock? We have talked with some of our business men in reference to the matter and believe that such a move would be heartily, endorsed if some one would only make the start. The clerks who work fourteen hours per day do not have time to enjoy themselves socially with friends, nor do they feel as much like work as they would it they were al lowed soma time for rest, reading and recreation. During the cold days of winter there will be but little trade after ! dark and we can nee no reason why stores should not close and "give the I boys a cbance7 Too Fast. Last week as Asa Weesner, of Plyni- I outli, wasCroBsing Commercial street. I Captain 6oru triers' colored man, who was driving at a very rapid gait down the street, ran against him and knocked him headlong to the ground. Mr. Weesner got up and went on his way, apparently bnt little injured, yet it is a wonder that he escaped so luckily. There is a great deal of unnecessarily fast driving on Commercial street, and if the law were applied to some one it would perhaps re sult in good and render pedestrian is in much safer on our thoroughfares. Home Entertainment. The entertainment last Friday evening at Banci oft hall, under the auspices of tho ladles of the Emporia Christian Work Society, and for the benefit of-our home poor, was well worthy of a full audience, instead of a two-third . house, upon its merits alone, aside from any in fluence the worthy object would be sup posed tcTexert upon the attendance. The exercises embraced, according to an nouncement, music, art and literature In the first part of the program Hiss Alice Ovcrstreet read very acceptably, "Borroboola Gha," and Mrs. Marion De lap rtcltcd, "Anthony's Oration Over the Dead Body of Cuasar." and other ex tracts from Shakepeare's well known play, holding tha attention of her hearers through a rather long selection. With Mrs. G. W. Newman at the pi. ano. Miss Allie ltiggs sang admirably the solo "Queen of the Night." She was in excellent voice and was as usual warmly 'received aud in response to a prolonged encore favored the audience with "Clochette." The dramatic part of the entertain ment was presented under the title of "The Loan of a Lover" and furnished the fun for the evening. "Gertrude" was exceedingly well personated by Mrs. Delnp who made the most .bewitching and profitable uae of the one "talent" loaned her in the person of the hand some captain, tnneh to the discomfiture of "Peter Spyk," who personified by Robert Elstun several times "brought down the house." Peter's bright stroke of Btrategy in turning the clock ahead several hours was duly appreciated by the audience, bnt did not break Gert rude's appointment. Miss Hattio Hale, as Ernestine," Mr. E.' M. Forde, aa the "lover loaned, L. 8. Page, as "Swysel," who had an eye to the shekels, and Eli Syder, as "Delve," "who believe he propose" too," were all well chosen and gave good support to "Spyk" and "Gertrude." The orchestra deserves especial credit. Thia is the . third . occasion ' on which this new organization, with only a few weeks practice all. told, has really delighted iu listeners. The orchestra played better than ever that evening, the instruments were in good tune, harmonized - well and we think the members may well feel grati fied at their .success, and the fortunate hearers may truly appreciate the excel lent rendition of a high order of music by home talent- The "Marriage of Fi garo,' the "Caliph of Bagdad," and "Siege of Paris," were listened to with pleasure, and as an Ar the latter, a beautiful piece, was repeated in a nv tarn-r that should satisfy an exacting critic The persons' who compose this orchestra and who have given so. much of their time la it, aret : Prof. Sagsid, director and.'firar violin; .Misa Ami Goddard, pianist; Mr. Butterworth, flotii ; E. C. Rip ley, cornel;" Mr,' Robert Elcton, second viytin, and hit. Davidson, f Aniericus, Violoncello; Mr. Butterworth remain ing over to Erupotia several days solely aecou6t-r h is part iu the orceetra. A beautiful tableau,' "Teanj-son's Dif nm f Fair Women." closed the en t. . . -Dcat. '; ' " " '-- - A .ypnn bias f;ni.Ilaricia': tooK.'- pat ia Dove Pl!..a frsin Iasi; even ing at West ML.Yitioiiit!4iJv. a ,-wm s:at whose ,'-gard icdiclI tbat IiS uiiTil be g ir.pp: sv,Liu!a farmer. Tit txs' ayreeabie lue t c young insotCp'feii-l upcbiiteriat'a us follows: '- - -- .- - ' We are ImTlOg nk-e." weather." , -' Eh," any lUe eltler passenger : I nay we are having Cue weather. .. ,"1 don't think" so," was the coot re sponse. '-' - " ,". ;-.- ' "Well, a Littiu we ci'ulJ esvtct this time ef y.tar." ,- ., ,I don't agree with you,!J was the' fe jolcer. Willi av.'lwnkT Of tfor.der the young maa half turned in hi seat, au J tntciirjir sort of fact-lions .curl f the man's lips, responded : "lVrhaps you don't have the sdtuq kind ' of weather where you came from as we hare in this locality?" llow do you kaoier'j tho maa .in quired. - ' - - . "I don't know, hut I thought from your observation that the weullier was not as pleasant where you Cdinc from as we hae experienced." "I au - not reponsible for your thoughts." was the response. " Thinking to change the subject so as to draw the passengvr mitinto a better humor, the young man said:- . . . "What do you think about the i-lee tionT" "Don't think about it," snarled the old man. "Who do you think will be elected 7" "The man who gets the most voles.". "That isn't always the case," said lha man from Harlem, beginning to see the character of his companion. "Perhaps you know best," he growled. "Goina through" inquired the iiarlcm- ite. "Through what?" - "Through to Jfew York," was the fur ther inquiry. "Now, see here, young man," said the farmer, "my name is Wilson ; I am 45 ?eara old, born in America, live at Paw ing, m married, got four children, nev er ran for office, sell milk for a living, own my farm, my father and mother dead, I've got two brothers ami one Bis ter, all married, never was in jail, never wore a plug hat or low quartered shoes. Do you want to know anything else?" said he, with a curl of hia lips, which seemed to aay, "I guess I've settled you." - . . "Yes, one more thing," said the young man. aa he arose from his scat to get oil' at Harlem, "and that is," he said, "do you shingle your cows r i he : man made an uneasy movement, aud, mut tering something about "the impudence of these city chaps," settled down in bis seat, while half a dozen men and women roared at his discomfiture. N. Y. Her ald. A BASE 1MP0ST0B. Wall Street Daily Neirs Shortly before 3 o'clock the other after noon a farmer from the vicinity of Hemp stead appeared in front of the stock- ex. change and entered into conversation with a citizen who was waiing at the door by asking: "The convention in here breaks up at 3 o'clock, don't it?" "Yes, that's the hour," was the reply. "Do you know Jay Gould when you see htm?" "Oh, yes." "Is he in there?'' "I presume so." "Well, I wish you'd poiut him ont to me when he conies out" .... . The citizen promised to do thfs'ami within a few minutes he kept his word. The farmer took a square look at the rail road and telesranh prince and then turn ed and-asked : "Are you dead sure " 'Oh, yes." "Can't be no mistake?" "No." "Well, it's about as I suspected. A few days ago a groat big slough of a fel low halted at my gate und began meas uring my ground with a tapeline. and squinting around in the most mysterous manner. 1 went out to see what was up, and, after beating around for awhile he said he was Jay Gould. I'd heard and read of Gould, "but I didn't know what he looked like." 'It must have been a fraud." "I am sure of that now; I pumped around to find out what he was up to, and be finally said he wanted my place for an orphan asylum. lie was going to tmiiu one as big as a palace aud take care of all the orphans in the country' "And, of course, you treated him well ?" "Didn't I! Why, for three days he lived on the fat of the land, and slept in tne parlor bearoom ! tic was going to give me $25,000 for my land, and the way we killed chickens" and turned out sweet cake for him made the old woman sick. He finally jumped the house and took my Sunday suit and a fiddle worth 8." "I don't believe Gould would steal a fiddle " "That's what I thought, and so I came over to have a look at him. It wasn't Gould at all, but some base impostor." "And are you so much out?" "Wall, it looks that way, but the ex perience is worth something. It may not be a week before some one else will some along with a ten-foot pole in his hand and a theological seminary in his eye, and claim to be Russell Sage, and the way 1 will knock him down and step on him, and walk over him, and drive him into the silc will pay me a profit of fifty per cent, on the investment." THE HUMAN CUAWFISH. Many persons stand ns negations to all progress. Ingrained in their mental constitution ia the negative principle which sets them in opposition to every movement in society which uoes nut happen to accord with their pre-established notions of how things should be done. To find fault seems to be their chief end and aim through life. Always carping, but nev.er doing, is the sum to tal of their faith and works. People often ask themselves the question why such creatures were ever made, and then upon reflection, wisely argue themselves into the belief tbat nothing is ever made in rain, unless it be this special class of the human family. However lightly we may feel inclined to pass over this sub ject, it nevertheless has its attractions which, as a developed phase of the hu man character, is not devoid of interest. They are mental and moral dyspeptics. They never 6ce a good quality in any ac tion, ana never Ian to see a baa one. Such continually sing that the world is growing fast from bad to worse, getting wickeder and not wiser. Slight faults are magnified often a hundred fold. Not unfrequentlv such fancies take hold of them and hold them so firmly that they give credence to the most absurd state ment, and become fully persuaded of the reality of . the most fantastic delusions. Progress, such as they be. lieve in and advocate, is in au op posite direction from that in which hu manity is moving. To make progress, the printing press should be abolished unless it publish the microscopic theory of the reactionists. Preaching with such is a delusion, unless the minister is al ways as cold, as calm, and as sanctimo nious as "a town pump." Scientific knowledge, too, is a great discontent. Schools and schooling are all wrong be cause they make people dissatisfied with their condition in life. Ignorance is happiness and wisdom is lolly. Ignorance with them is the promoter of virtue and also prevents crime. They catch at straws and are weighted down with feathers Had one been present when God made man he would have suggested that man ought to walk backward instead of for ward. To accommodate the world to his whims, he would make day night, and send frost in July. Above rulers and judges he places his own judgment aud is stronger iu his own conceit than twenty men who can give a reason. Times and seasons may vary, but his judgment is unerring, because he always knew "the calf would eat the grind atone." Where does this strange creat ure live? We answer, that samples may be found in almost every community. Wtc&tl i thA flintierH thuv mfiv Hi. anil practically dead so far as all uses are concerned, yet the clay that lias been lent them for a season is animated by the soul within. While here in this life, they serve their purpose, first by show ing the antagonistic side of human na ture, and second, by giving a striking il lustration of bow small aud narrow the mental caliber of some persons is. Af ter ail. thry are- objects of pity, because of their pcrsistenl blindness: but it would take a stroke much more powerful than tli one received by St. Panl. to knock the scales from their eyes. They need to be saved from themselves anil so mote it be. KansasCilv Journal. . Cheap ItsmHIns; for 1881. For the benefit of oar subscribers we have secured Uie following advantageoas terms for tlie well known, papers mined below, ia connection' with Tbe Wkeklv NEWS;T; " .- ;.-, : Tnt9-'.o Blad sad WBrxtt1 Kcwsl yrl tt K. V. I'rltmn .- . , fk) Ckicairo tntvr (Vans . ' ,....-Si.1 uii-jlco sni'une . . . 1 4 Amiricait Acrienlur?s . -mi-.1 ,;260 Globe-lenxiprat ---j-..' v--'j.; . .1.". iso Jvaufan farmer - ; - ; -. . . . gn Tti-ne rati are for yol -icribers to The Kw oalr. 'strtl oa -.-ryinet as above we pay 6 -aU- nustaa and remittent feeVv . , - . - j. , -.-- 'JRo Lei"Dn;lclion Tame? tbe treat blood-and Jiver purrficr and . life tivin irinei,-l9, ircv-nrrtim"-nf chHla 'arxi asttie, aod.j sun?, core for rJyjpepsi. Piic 1 1 per UuV For saio t 1! . iLL''A72 MESTACAia',:;. j "i;I!avittg ii pa'6 pf U. i.iist bril ar.'srKoptav'evfr' wiUtea by the A1 'George '.D'.Prscticfj. l'The t'eath is-ioexyrubis. -Therejsno tor relirf Trom.iue" ffreit law 'dooms 'lis -to dui-'t. : -;V flourish and lada' as ieyiw .f the. .ftjrest, and llic UuMtrs HiiiX -bloom; wuher and fade in a day have no h'i&U't j.'!d.u;6n Tii'ethan BiSKtiesl monarch thit evt r" hook the eariii with bi.foo;step3. Gearaliona of men will appearand disappear as the gn'Sj-jacd tc muititaue tuut throng the wtrl4 te-disy wul disappear as footsteps on the shore. -51en bIU-jui tbiak of the great f death ubtil tin: shadow Ulis ntross their oira Jxul.wuy, hiding t'roui; their ej-s the .face of kved ones whose living sUiilu was "the sunlight f their exibtence." Djstth islhe aataouist of ii!c. and the U.oibt ot" th Uimli 1 the skeleton t.f all ..leasts We do not want to co fbrum tue Uarlt vaney, ui- thou-rh the d;irk passage uy lend lo par adise"; wc d' cat want to o down' into damp graves, even with prince lur bed? lfllows. In the beautiful drunia of 'loa' the bona of itnuiortalitv.siieUxjueatly ut tered by the d!;uth-devoted Greek,-finds dvp rponse in fct-rv thoughtful soul. When about M yield his life a sacrifice to late, his Clcmanthe asks jf they should meet acuin, to which lie Tesponus: t have a.ked that dreadful question of the hills that look ettTnal of the clear streams that How forever of stars among whose fields of azure my-raised gpirits walked in glory. AH a're dumb. But, as I gazed upon thy.living face, I fed that there is smiii thing in love that mantles through its beauty thatcamiot wholy perish. We shall meet again, Clemanthe." '; ; THE RICH MEN OF CINCINNATI. Tlie Cincinnati Enquire makes up list of "the solid men" of that city. a I It says:- "Forty years ao there were only three millionaires in Cincinnati Nich olas Lonsrworth. who died in 1862, leav ins a fortune of nearly $10,000,000; Jacob Bumttand James Fersusun, who died 5i 1853. each leiivimr about S2.000.- 000." The list is headed with the Hon. David Simon at $10'000,000; George. U. ... 1 IUU1 IU.il. A f Iw.lwt onoenoi'reer, ,j,w",uvu; u. XJ1,--rj $5,000,000, estate ot 4 James W. Gofl, 000.000: estateof Oliver Perm. (fa.OOO. 000; It. n. Sprinjrt'r, 5,000,000; Joseph Lonrwortii. .00i).000; estate of S. N. Pike. 4.000.000: Emory Bros: 83.000,- 000; A. D. BulliA-k, Charles and John Kil-'Otir. W. P. Hulburt, Samuel Fos- dick, Wta. S. Groesheck, Jacob Season, good, Freiberg ii Workom, John Shil- litos'c estate, Timothy Kirby's estate, Robert Mitchell, S- M. Uarrctt, u. Ii. Bowler's estate, Samuel Wieeins' estate. J ud ire D. K. Estc's estate. J. C. Short's estate.. General Juuies Taylor's estate, and K. B. Houblu. are each worth S3. 000,000. while the list of single million aires is loo numerous to mention, mere are few cities that contain mure solid men than easy-iroiuir Cincinnati, and with all they put on but little style, and are .bountiful in their benefactions to every public and benevolent enterprise. In these resiiechi the rich men of Cin cinnati set an example 'worthy to be imitated. . Try the Rocky AIountaix Bitters. They give tone to tlie stomach, stimu late the liver, relieve the over-taxetl kid neys and purify the blood. They create a healthy appetite, improve digestion, invigorate the muscular and nervous sy- lema and give brilliancy to the mind. Price, $1. For sale by Trimble Irwin, drnggists, solo agent Tor Timporia, Kan. Back-ache is almost immediately re lieve hyvrearmsr one f Carters Swart Weed anu uciiaiioaa uacK-ocne piasters. Try one and be free from pain. Priee 25 cents. Sold by North & Ryder. . Stoves. VESY EASILY JIA1TAGED, ECONOMICAL I1T FUEL, AKD GITABAXTEED TO Etrsr T nr. ions, sio. XHPOETEBB AKD DEALERS XH" TIN-PLATE, WIRE, E7ISY CLASS OF C00D9 USED OB SOLD E5 im AflD STOVS DEALERS. JV2 FOR rltlCE LISTS. FOIt SALE BY 1-2. 1. BHUSEK, Emporia, Kansas. Medical. A Discovery by Accident. which supiilies a want men of eminent abili ty have ilfvotcl years ot sMuly and experi ment to flml a ejtcijio or diseakta of the A'itlnei9 Bladder, . L'riitary Organm and Aer tout 8;ttf- and from the limuot lis dicov cry has rnpidly increased io iiivor, sraloins; the approval mi'l coiill-ii ui-e of meilical uieu and those who h:ivi? ueil it: it haft become a lavorit? with all cl:i-ss ami wherever intro duced has snpereiid old treatments In short, such is its irfrinfric- rcerii ami tnperi oritv. that it is niw tho only recognized reli a'jlo remedy. . . Diseases of the Kidneys are the most prevalent, dangerous and fatal affections thut aftlict niankind, and so varid and insidious in their character, that ierons often tinffer tor a long time liel'ore knowino; what aiU them. The ni'ist characteristic trnintom-" aro pratul waiting avray or the wholi body ; pain lit the hack, side or loins; a weak, fi-eble. exhai:ted ieelipa;; lmsofsp lietite and dread of exercise; scanty au I painful discha pe of variously colore I urine; and, when tho d'snse iof Iodic iluration, there is nitch cinari;Ltioii anl general ner vous prostrittion The Only Cure. We sy p-'sitivcly. and without fear of con tradiction, that IIAV'i KIUSKV PA II i the first and only intallilde cure lor every form oi'kidtiey licito. It is tho IfCst remedy yet discovered tor this complaint, an-1 inore ef fectual in its o;erntion thun any other treat ment. Hy unitiir faithfully and persistently, no cae will tie lotitjd so inveterate as not to yield to its powerful remedial virtue. Is Strongly Endorsed, We have the most niieijuivorfil te-timony to ltscuative powers from many persons ot high character, intelligence aHd reonsibill tv. Our lunik, 'M!ow a I. lie was Saved,' giv iug the hie'.ojy of this new lil-rovery. and a Imiho rt-conl ef most remarkulile cures, sent free. Write for It. DAY'S KIDNEY PAD3 are told by drutriata. or u til tc ?.'ut by mall (fice of postage) on reci ipt of their prli-f : I!e;tilar. 2.0U; seeil. for ohstiuato cass of long stamtit.i;. S3.00; children's. Address, PAK'l KIDSKl P.41I 10. TdLIDO, 0. PAlTfrfHJ owiniciothe many worthless ufiUliUi V id lie. pads now mukins; a sale on our reputation, we lH'm It due to the affiii:teU to warn the:u. Ask for Day Kidn V Pad. take nootber. and jou wilt not oe d- ceiTwil GARTERS CARTER'S Little Nerve Pills, HERVOUS and . DYSFEPTIO Every nervous person should try Carter's Little rcrve Pills, are made specially for those who au2er from Kcrv rcrvous atrd S:ck H Iyspcjwia, indigestiotfj 'i'aey aaay be twed alone cr ' m combination witlt Carter's Lit Je Liver Pills, "tnd 'ip, cither ease wid rive 'icost prompt and crateful relief. D-spepsia rceks yow riprrous, and r,erTouxacss Kakes you Dvv rcptic eiiiier oae renders you soiscrable and there utile pi tls cure both. - - -I , frice,jceBtSi- Sokl by Xlrusgias o? seat by CARTER Vi ED! C1N E CO., New Y&rk. Sow bjifOKTn & ijvih;k. I ItlT sM)-anlli if J MADE OXLY ET Excelsior lan'fg Co, -I Mrm wrse zr X-' - . i I $n vsj aJ s vw n us::i -ii zrz '0F-THE .t JEmpoiiairWaCef ?Pdwer -FuraiturMils, j hiiev:wSwfe! - . j -" ij-.i, K,k iimi una uiaouiaciure, ' - ' at the very lowest prices possible. - ; Ordered work at reasonable-pricesrv ' -f C C -J:i v-y Turning and scroll sawing, V ' ' "f V'r.f Table legs and stair bolsters kept In stock, "V- " Highestiprice paid for walnut lunrber! ., We hv also a fine stock of : --- -c Parlor and chamber suites, luuca, cuaira oi every aesenpton, mat tresses, children's cabs, &c.,.&c. 1 : - Please call and examine. - - r - ! "ir, nn5rtk'n department is complete and (irovMml trlih alt the amitiam-es Sir taking cre of iedeaa A rru l.lMi Of 5HEI AI.1 I.: CAE Unleri Caaai.ES tOLF; rcaijeuce corner of Fourth avenue ami Markei. nr-t WTT.T.TAM CLARKE, - . -" :- & a - DEALER EST Undertakers Goods, Mirrors, &c, Commercial Street, North of the News Office. . aT KMiuenee, corner or Knral street and DAVE A. PAINTER, Salesman for WHITK HOLMES. LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Kansas The Emporia News (DAILY AND BY NEWS COMPANY. 1857. Now is to subscribe for your COMING For a Hoie Pajer, THE NEWS is meiceit THE WEEKLY NEWS, the oldest newspaper Forty-Column Republican Journal Filled with interesting matter upon every variety of subject. $1.50 TO JANUARY 1, 1882. It contains a cbolce selection of miscellaneous literature, editorial comments up on all the vital questions of the day, all cent, a week ly epitome oi local nappentnes, uesioes corresponoence irom resident contributors la all parts of Lyon and adjoining counties. A special feature are tbe Home and pear each wees, corrected to date. Tin Ntvwa will In the future, as in the to lurclsd a lively, readable family paper, The terms of subscription are 61.60 are received at any time. As an advertising medium tbe NSW8 has no equal In this section ef Kansas, It lieintc the Iareest and most widely read newspaper south ot tbe Kaw river: and as it circulates only araot g tno&e wno pay lor not fan to appreciate tne advantages or putting their advertisements before Its readers. THE DAILY NEWS 18 Twenty-four-CoIumn Afternoon Paper Now in its It alma tn Itevn abreast at the demand business enterprl-e and cewspaper wats of the citizens of Emporia, a well as glr tag each day tbe cream iT the news ol tbe world by special dipatcliesup to 2:S0 p. m Tbe full and reliable market report will also be found a valuable feature of the Dalt-T Nw8. eontaining as they do dally telegraphic reports from Kansas City. St. Louis and Chicago, lorludine a special dispatch each day at lf. m. givlns the LlVK STOCK M Alt KET at Kansas City. The Daily Niwt Is furnished at the low price of fl S5 per tbree months, or t3 per vesr. eab, by mail, or delivered by carter without extra ehsree to any part ol tbe city. To every business bouse and family it is certainly worth tbe small sum ot .10 CENTS A WEEK ; ; (payable quarterly) to be kept aware of all the LOCAL and CKSIRAL STENT tit tbe day,., t -- - -j- . i-.. -,m.. .- - - - "r: - - ;AS : M ADVERTISING - MEDIUM ; TnDAlX.T iiBW8.Wlng a thoroughly' rad"srd readafile sbeet.iU advanUCea to lb bsw ioe mii."wb wishes to keep bis business before tbe ttrple, are hietirsa!le. . ' -:''Kf ' ' ' : ' " ' . r-:-''u.;;.-xJ: ;,w"; .; Advertislni ratearare a rotv "is b fir-'!!.le of -tb rinses ltl adroit ct, l wvlV I furuUbed" upon pplti-aVon t4rje.pntiliher.. . , ' - . ' - : " : . ' ' , a r-: - - -t .- - T- : i ' Send -n tou knlrrt te pAi-T VTjcitKt.rXjt-, Nme to ' Aldrf r aljV.n- lh : cr-:' bureaus, desks, ward- neresarx I lelegrai-ii and Market street, to ty air. ARNOLD & CO. FURNITURE, Fourth avenue. Calls attended at any hour. City, Mo. WEEKLY) THE 1881. the Time reading matter for the YEAR. in Kansas is a live the latest and most Interesting telegraphic Foreign Market Reports, whicb will ap past, distance sll competitors In tbe effort at the lowest possible price. per year. cab in advance, and subscriptions wnat mey receive, live ousinem men can. A- Third Year. tit tbe cltv. and will faithfully reflect tb' Y. stJaW' '.V -j lartgesl Stored - CHARLES PAINE, Acrent, - f. j : ' ..- , V ". r Tr -tJ--w - v JCliy -PKata G rocpries. Provisions, Queeriswaf-e & Produce " First door north of Ir. .Bottom .' Prices '; to J. T. BURTON'S G asii u is the pluce to CHEAPEST AND , Hft LLlNfl KTKirTT.T PUR rlun I uciiuutf n iij me i.aii mui. ot o;u 1-4 iiie hiKlet irie s iiaiii for country urmtiu-c. . 178 Commercial Street, thomas & jones. DKALKKS IX Staile and Fancy GROCERIES FLOUR, GRAIN, COUNTRY PRODUCE OUR MOTTO i BEST GOODS AT BOTTOM PRICES AND "WARRANTED TO PLEASE. EMPORIA KANSAS. Seventh Ave. Grocery la. jr. IsjfJUA., Southeast corner ot Commercial streirt and revcnth avenue. guocehies e mo riioss GogiIs bought low anil sol.l aernnliiicle. Como stnei 9oo MILLINERY. MILLINERY CHEAP. Emporia, December 1. From this date Mrs. felt hats to close out. best shapes. Ladies should call and secure one before they are all erone. than cost. All other SOLD AT A GREAT DRUGS AND TRIMBLE & IRWIN, DKUGGrlSTS. HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINES. GEO. A. FERDINAND, DRTJG-G-IST. EMPORIA B. WHELDON & CO., Denleix' In Drugs, Patent Medicines, Glass, CHEMICALS. &c. &c. ALSO SOLE AGENTS FOIt CHICAGO ENAMEL PAINTS, Kent Mixed Faiuta i the Market. i nr. irnunsu rtiiinivjrtiM NEWSPAPER." The New York Tribune for 1881. THE LARGEST CIKCCLATIOX AMOSO TUE BEST PEOPLE. 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BOBTOX, KEAL ESTATE AGENT Emporia, ... Kansas. Pays Taxes, redeems lands sold for taxes. n ill noury parties ainoiintol tax due in time to save penalty. Send New York exchange or V. O. order. rax ukceipts sent ar Kirrraa Msil oa KECEIPT OP 4IOKSV. Enclose stamp, description of lands and post uiuco auoress. Ileal Estate bvaght and Sold on Comraission. Call on or address E. BORTOS. Em so ri a, Lyon Co., Kansas. S. B. RIGGS, ManUnsne Agent. ABSTRACTS OF TITLE CARE FULLY COMPILED! Represents First Class Fire surance Companies. In- Corner of Fourth avenne and Commercial St. EMPORIA, KANSAS Musical Instruments. HALL, WAITE & CO., Dealers in PIANOS, Orgrans Small Instruments, MUSIC BOOKS SHEET MUSIC. Also agents for tbe ST. JOHN, IMPROVED HOWE & SINGER SEWING MACHINES. Needles fVir all Styles of 31a ehlnes. And that musical w-Mder called "ORGUINETTE" all and see it. Merchant Tallorirvg. To: The Farmers: - If you have aoy elotb you waos made tip eall oa C. C. HASSLKB, at L. 8. gar gndi'L - Wilt take wood, flour, potatoes or meat for work.' Shop over Lutz's Hardware Store. BUV TUE BEST ANO SAVE MOSEY. - " w. r jLstWft as. M axftss's rsVCtt SMst WfcMt Wis4 MJi, (SOUMlssS 1S7IV. . wngsr. tsen..s r drtoasr, j.p.ril.l t. sristt au!!., - aaS UcStSMff Hiw Csrs Sstllsn. J-S- mer. m ifvs rnrc , . nsiis rts;) Pit. Kvta.r Horn, nc Tom aa sa A6EKTS WAWTTBLaaawa, ecKjsma wiscss. uxn tin. ma. tp4 y TCTTTX 2itrs fm-Boys arst OirW 1 - ji intiSM van a asu ss. " VENTIOH joss I lor, sen. ? Fret and SetoII gawW, IWnlnf - Fwicg, IrUlinf ,Grioi,rtisuBf J --- - Siwew Lotting. rr, 6 J u Mt i fend Scents fori U0 pages. fEPSSMM BSOWJtj Lowed, Jaa.. i 1 Log al Notices . 4 i u -: Etion Proclamation. .',-' i" Votir Is hereby givra tbat a spertat clro- -! I liebtM at the eTral Toting j,ro- - I- ; he cpUJ iKk or u.e . Eiriwu railroad toopsut,. io ao- sonlaaee wurt itia fuUuwIng lerna mud cub- cvnnlT. Ktmii. ku"-ti)m for mill in bull ol JackKoa t-.vnlii in taiti county. . taketxacs:-iiiit lVck of the Kttnu Citv kmioria ralilO-l.l CO!l, u tu thn smmmtnC 3 .(jli.triiil: rr rarh M,a evi-r mile of -nki n-a-l to gu Lmilt it! anl t- wn-h.r. hut not to exe ol the AKKiecaie amount oi 125 Ouu. ami lni'atiuent th- jpi I n u-wl tK-li-.i r saifj ' ruiin.U ioHi.uiiv tr i-I.m1-f ,1 tnvrsMnp : tu he aiiiiitilil f $3.00-. 0 li!' uii! Iti ra h ml evi-rv m iu ol .nm ru!!ril tu ti in ji i cou -.-l. p. ii- i.bio tnM-i! nl .icil ihtor ct at lite lirrul i-ii-i oi t!U'$:;i;eoi Kii;:i I !! i i v . t vv i urn, in ti n tv cnia i:rr tin- ,i.iih ! it-iM. w irii ih - in ivii.:f rt--t rvit! u sai l lov nh:i. tt i.j ii e iiii wiu ie oi i.nv fmmm w mr ' .n tie r.i if r.i, ilj ,.e, i.t i r .-i r: :;i.i i e t u ,i i ei, ... :-y,o- r li .'ii i. al, , avu'.i.- ,ti,i- aiiituuMv ot- ttiu i.vtb tuys of January and July, ia each and every year, and all interest cotipcns matured. or aui.tit ro mature, at the date of tlie tlehvei-y oi sai-i boiitJs. to be can ceilcd and letumed to-tbu board cf county comii'iioner ef sa,l cxiuntv. Saul bouus to b i-sued in consideration of Uie coestruclion, ot.c-rtiGn auit maintcuance a:il tailroad iliruuU s-id tovtislilo. ocaied cn the meat urafticable route . mediately aitei tlie erou ition is voted lir the i eoide of said tuwnsiiiii and the result of the election duly accrtaiti5d and lic-lnrcd. saiii .cl rip'.ton to the capital :-tock --f sattl ra-lroa-i ccuipjtiT shell be ni'.tie, and uQ said li.tnds ot tbe townslnn shall Veulv exc cuteil by the saiil boarl o', t-tHitiiy cum mis -siooers, ccoiliugto l;.w. aud ilct osted in ' e-crow with thf tl.-cl aoncy of sai l state. mint-curoi .ew itrk or wnn sucn other nartv ll.mil Iim tti ntnai I v- nirrMil m-in bv and be satUtTictory to tbe said toard otrvun- tv commissioners and smd railroad coomanv Said bond shall remain in the iKsessiou of thcircusiodiau afoiesui-l. until delivered tn- oii the certifica'eol said loan I oi countv com- raisi.icrs as hcreiuifter provided, ard at the sau.e time tho said rai road oniuny . shall execute an ane unt ol Hint of said company ctnml in ainoi:nt t said lionda. and plac' lit? saute in escrow at Iho sain: place at.d wiih tne Miue banv to vinom saii tmiuts .hull l.e ciiti;:stii as aforesaid, in hc imis- session said st.ct sltal leillaln tint il It? de liveiy as lieiviiiait.-r provide the amount cf such tsu-ls ano stock to bo issued us bfore--said alf-t,io -.t0 tcr utile, end to l-o coniputed when u.c sutvev cf saiu railroad shall lie ma- e. aril the route permnneutly located as herciubciorc designate.' Tlius..i : Kjlii-j mi A Kmpoiia railroad vomoai.y or their iisigt s slia.l ronstrui t aud t'juip a ilfoies:ili. uli. I hate ill ojieration a ' adio ,1 oi a staudard caue.so cnstructed a to lortu one ( outiuuous liuo Iron. Kansas v it v, in the rtatc of rsuusai. to U.e city of Eui Pri:L, in said r;.ie. wi'.bittlwo years fiom ibe beinmrg of the woi k thereof, as hoi c inaft.r set I01 tb : saul ioj.il t be constructed 111 a si:l.tautii.l c:auci-r, u tth ste-l rail, and the cjnit.iu-ut theieitf 10 Iks su-b as areor iiiiiHi'ilv'used 111 i Oi '-fructt n j ami oeratmg such i-o'ul an! s li.ill f.e -utlicient lor the ui d;uary tiatlir of -he toail; 1I1-J uotk-of cou siriict'i'j sai.i r.-ud ti cuminet.cu wiilitn one rai titter ilt-j dOioit f said bou! iu escrow as aforesaid. 1 hat no pail ol hai.l toa nship bonds of said Jackson lovvt.sliip, in I. yen county, shall lie i:tlivetcd or i:i any manner di.pused ol by the pai ty loUiin.tlicui ill eitiruw, nor ba of any binliur fi-ce or validity upviu suid town ship except us follows: When said load shall be su'.istau'ially completed aad trains run thereon D:o entire lenatb of said road thr;ui:ii suitl tovinsbip, aud a station or depot thereof permum-ully located on the towu.iui of resln Uapii!s in said township, aud Uio same certttlea to by the county comuiiasiou er.of said I.yon couuty; then bonds to the amount ot f 3.1X0 CO per miio, and boads at uio same rate lor a fraction of a mile if any, fur the entire nuiulirof miles and fractiou of a mile ol roa built In said township abeal be delivered to suit railroad company, and a ike inni.untof tbo slock of said railroad company shall at ttio same time Isa delivered to tliu suid board of county commissioners. it is However nrovtued mat in casa tee said railroad com oar v ur it assigns, shall be hin dered or delated in the construction or eouip uieut of said road by any legal proceedings. mat viiu viine su censume 1 stia.i oe stlilu 10 I the verloits hereiniietore fixed for the com pletion cf said road. 1 nui ine loiiu 01 tne naiiots to ue useu at such election for aud aguiustsaid proposition shall lie as follows: Miatl the board of rountv commissioners of Lyon county subscribe tor and take tho capital stock of tbe Kansas City A ltmporia railroad company fur and in behall ol Jack son towcsnip, in said county, to tne amount or 3.OU0 00 per mile for each and evory mile of saia rua 1 to ue nuni in said townsntp. out not to exceed the aggregata amount of fat, 000, and in payment thoieot issue and deliver to said llroad eomnanv the IKindsol aatd townsJtiu to the amount of SJ.UIU 00 tier mile for each and every luile of su:.l railroad to be built in said township!1" es. 'Shalt the board of countv commissioners of t.yon county subscrilie for and tako Uie ' capital stock 01 too Kansas City A r.iouoria , raiiroa! ccmpauy, lor an 1 in benairoi JacK son township, in said county, to tbe amount of 1.000 GO per mile foreaih and every tuilo ot'satii road to be hnilt in said townshi p, but not tocxi-eed the aggregate amount ot I'ia UOJ. aua In payment theieof issue and deliver to said railroad eompany the bonds of said lowuahiu to tho amount of f3.ou0.G0 tier mile fur each anfl every mile of said railroad to be butlt 10 said township." So. The noils at said election shall be onened at 8 o'clock a. m. and closed at 0 o'clock p. iu. on said dav. Given under mv official hand this tilth dav of December. A "D. ISP!. J It MMN. Shertll of l.you county, state of Kansas. Notice. To Martin Yanch, owner of tbe northwest quarter of set lion 2a, township 20, range 10; 1. A. ltohland, owner of the northwest quarter of section HI. township, ZJ, range 11; li.lt. Ksrey, owner of the southwest quarter of sec-lion SI, township runoe 11; Win. Brou-ii, owner of thit norrh buif d section 1, township 31, range 10; E. 1. Uod darit.owuer of tbe northeast qiiart-rof the nortbea-t quarter of section 2. township 1, rangolO; t . 1 rickel, Jr.. on-ner of the east hall of section 8., townshiti 0. imige 10. You and each 01 you w ill horehv take notice that 1 will 00 the 17tb day 01 January, lscl, ia 10 o'clock a. in , proceed to mae a surrey to establish the following comers, to-wit: 'the sinlheast corner of the north we-tjnartr aud me aoum wesi corner 01 tne nonn nan 01 tne northeast quarter of section (z.,), townstdp (0). range tin) east; the southwest corner ot tbe northwest otiarier and the on.bwet corner of the north half of til" nortliwest quarter and the southwest corner of the north of 'he sonihwust quarter of section 'Cl. lOWuMmi iSO), rauita (11) east: the northwest corner of 1110 north east quarter and the northwest corner of tbe northwest quarter ot section 1 1). towusiiipttfli range (10) east ; the nr:heai. en ner n.l tbs s U' heast corner oi the northeast noaru-r and the southeast corner ol Dm corth half of Uie southeast quarter of section township tzuj. range (iu est. J 11 1 1 1 11 11 0 . olio county dtirreyorol Jyon county, Ks. Notice. A stockholders' meeting will be bold at tbe ofliccof the first National bank of Kiuporia, Kansas, n the second Tuesday of January, line 11th, lt. at seven o'clock p tn , lor the puriiosc of electing bve directors, to serve one year. U.C. t Itobs, Pres'l. uie 10. isao. etas Final Notice. Notice is liercby given to creditors ami ail interested that the undcrsigueil, admltdstra lor of the estate of W. L. "frariT. ilereael, will, on Monday, Janunry B 1, liiil, at tho of fice of the probate jtctxe of Li.voa county. Kansas, make fiuul settlement o'l said estate SOwt J.G. IUAILOU. Notice. In tbe district court of Cjod ronnty. Kansas. Klwurl K. llolmca, plaintiff, vs. Wro. Orr. James Orr. and the unknown heirs and devisees of John M. Graham, dwasod. defendants. The said defendants, tho unknown heirs and devisees of John SI. Graham, deceased, will take notice tbat tbey have been sued in the above entitled action in the above named court, and that plaintiff's petition is Hied therein. Tha said defendants, the unknown heirs and devisees of John M. Graham, rasist answer sai I etition on or before tbe 291b day of January, A. I. Ifed.or said petition will bo taken as true and judgment rendered sr.. cordulgly adjudging that there i doe to plaintiff, byrca-oa of a Doto ami mortgage given by John M. Graham la bis lifetime to Wa'sou Dewey, and hy him asslsrncd to plain tiff, the sum ol 150(1.00. with Interest from and after May 1, Irtso, at the rate or twelve per cent. k.t annum, besides the sum of ten per cent upon the amount for which judgment may be rendered, as and for an attorney's lee for foreclosuie of said mortgage. And that said mortgage, npon tho following deserilstd land In Lyou county, Kansas, be foreclosed, and that unless sueb sums of money and costs and at orncv fees be paid In six months from tbe rendition of judgment b le.a an order ol sale will issue to the sheriff of said Lyon county, commanding him to cause the said mortgaged premises, to wit: All the northwest qunrler of section No. (23)twentv three, in township No (17) seventeen ot range So. (12) twelve, east of the 61b principal mer idian, except Dlty-one acres sold to James It. Graham, and five acres sold to school district N'o (4) four ami ten acres sold to Oliver I'bil lips there being therein at acres; to be ad vertised and sold without appraisement, and out of tbe proceeds oi such sale to pay tha same, and for such other relief as may Iss proper in the case. Ai-M but.- OILLrTTT. Attorney lor l'laintiff. Lmuoria, Kansas. - Sheriffs Sale. Anderson vs. Joanna Stone: rtoiice is hereby given that bv virtue of mm order of sale issued out or he fifth judicial district court, silCng in and for Lyon county and slate or Kansas, in tbe above entitle..! cause and to me 01 reeled I w ill. on Motidav, . Ihe S4ib dny of January. A. D H1. at 1 o'clock a in . at the front door of the court house in tlie city of Linjwrla. I.yon ronnlr, Kansas, offer r r sale and sell at public auc tion to the highest bidder lor ca,h. alt tba right, title and interest ef the sai 1 ilefendant in and to tbe billowing descri'-ed real estate, -to-wit: Lot No. IU on Martet street in the city of Emporia, Lyon county. Kansas. Said real estate to be so d aa the pro- erty of tbe said dulendant, to satisfy said order o sale. J 11 woox, rther1iTitf Lvon county. Kansas. Decem'jerll. 1S1 wS2U Notice of Fiaal Settlement. Xotice is hereby given that the undersign- -ed intend to make anal settlement of the 11. WW et Itohrrt Ii. 1 1 urst. - creased at tne next term of 1 be probate com t of C; o- coma ty, Kansas, commencing f tbe rSrst Mon lay ol -laanarv. 1 -1, and on lhat day. or as soma thereafter ao the same can lie heard. And tbst I shall at tbe sarao time make ap llrntlon to the court fr a reasonab'e al kiwisce tor the extienscs of tvlm'il.-trattoa. VIK .I.MA 4 IICUVI. Admin!tratrlxol the eitate of Kie-t B. Bur-t, deceased. SOtt Coal, Wood, Eto. GLO! : GI0!! GLO!!! -: Tard lo NewydiX r . D.N.THOMAS! (Sicbolss Ddnv - .' Lie f gwertbir g!o Arvonia. a Fort Scott, a.u bris isci a rhcs-mol T yard ar swyddfa tontb Commercial' otreet. miori, Kansas. Plaaterins?. FRANK JltcCAIH, . - f ;' v Plaia ' aad " Onuaaeatal Hasterer ,..t t EiasKUbKAsnx. . . Materials famfche-J and work done oe won . , . : sou laiiss bt SaSnaar. " IS ' '- t - i r. IS r I. 1 if , 1 t X i I 4 i . ss. ' V V'- ,