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r Medleal. iHILDRED lyforlMteW'eCautorlaw TWyUk .beaayaa It la nracti S&otfesm like) Velaria, hctiii It kItm fcMltk child t ui PhTeiolame. m eesttauata m morfUa or amlaarau. utiN'f roudr for e.es1n.l1atiaf; food. It cri Wimd Colle. the (aim; of Soar Card avmd Piagratosa( lavr . aVrevlexuseaa aad Kills i orma. Thmm the Ckild lute health Yd the M other ofctaixureet. PUw CENTAUR MQEDT8 most sffsetlvs Faim-relietria HtnU MAX aad BEAST world Bate oror kaswa. ')ver 1 ,000.000 Bottle sold lut rear! The reesoats for this unprecedented popa- irUy. ara evident! the CaUu Ual' amta ara made to deaerve eoB-Bdeatee I . are avDeorhed Into tha straatara; they Ivaya ear aad iterer diaavypelmt. (o parsoa umI longer tunsr with PAIN la tk BACK. T or Stiff JolaU. far tka CENTAUR ''-- will amroly arUraUaata Iwaaia. There la aa Strata, Sprada, .at, SeaJd, Bans, Brmiae, Stta. GaOl ir Laatea to which Manktad or asa Bratos ara aaUet,tkat dooa cot rawpoad to tola Sootalaaj balm. rha Caataar LINIMENTS 1st only relieve vala. but taty lnelt salts action, aabdaa Inflaaamatic cad sbn, weather tha symptoms proceed iroaa woaada of tha fieeh, or Neeralcia o Norvoa rroat ontreeted tisnu or a ealded aaad I from a apralaod aakla r a M1M foot whether from discusung PIM PZXS oa a LADIES PACE r a atralaad Jolat on a Horso'a Tha acoay produced by a Sara or Soald aortlfleatloa from Frost-bites i Swell' ui from Btraias i tha tortaroo of Ban eatlaaat Crlpplad for life, hy son iraieeted aecident t a valuable bora oi Doetor'a BUI may all ba eaved from Oaa Bottl of Caataar Xdalmaat. No nooMkaepor, Farmer, Planter, Teamster r Liveryman, eaa afford to ba without hMS woadorfal Idalanoata. They ear la procured la any part of tka globe foi 0 eta. and BIAHJ a bottle. Irui notuei !S ota. - PULLS INDORSED BY PHTSICIAKS, CLERCYUEM AK3 THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE. TKE CHIATEST ES.SJIL PII CF TEE ACL TUTTS' PILLS CURE SiCKHEAMCHL TUH'S PILLS CURE DYSPEPSIA. TUH'S PILLS CURE CONSTIPATION. TUTTS PILLS CURE Pll3. Da Tutt aaa aided In eombinine ia these aula thebarato- (on anlajronieUe quall tleaofaSTaaaoTHiMU, Puutrici, aadafu axmaa Tonic Their flnt aimarwit eflect ia to Incrneae tha DoeUia by caoaliiKUta tood to properly aa llttillete, Thnatheaya- loata noanwea, a by their tonic action too dlgatlTO ornna. reaalerand bealthy Tacaauoaa ara nro TOH'S PILLS dnewL Tbo which PERSONS TAKE CUBE rf-rR AND AGUE. ON FLESH while ander TCTT a PILLS usa uaaenca ox wcaa pllle, Indlcaies their dantabUlly to aourieh tha body, beoce their CUKf CvUS COUC. etacacvin corinc i TUTTS PILLS rone debility, melm- eaoly, dyapepaia, wi Cam lUOmCeeaalaL1 ina otba mneciea-elug. gieoneea w we urer. nnrs pills chronio eonatioatton. end ImMrtiDR health etrentrth to the ayataia. (Ci55 TORPIJ LI VCR. aoM OTerywoera. tricots casta. TUTTS PILLS S3 Kimr Bcrasta IKPAtT APfETITL iw iuas. STOMACH A Compound Tinoturo of CAL1SAYA BARK AND IRON. PURIFY THE BLOOD, Eradicate Malarial Poison. Proven! Callla aad Fever, InSrraiKteat ami Blllaaa Feverm, tan Ague aul Fe var. laMllceatlaa, SrneanMM, I-oaa f aleap, Djraopala, Female mm) Muaawr ttlaordera. aaoammaaded aad meed bjr beet Fayilclaak. Sold by all EeltabU DrarffUt and Dralere. rnxrAUKO only bt Home Bitters Co., St.Louis.Mo. 1. A discovery which cure by tha nittur.4 1 IlllHl. '! ABSORPTION, (all dliaaiw of the Kidney. BlmMer. Urinary Organ and Nervous Hyutein, when nothing Oleoeaa. J U eoml'urtaliln to tlio patient, i paeltlTO in its effects, and the Inl cure lor j f laoeo painful ana much dire-lal affrctlone, j i Diabetes and Bright' 8 Disease, ? i while 1U euros of UraveU Dropsy. C'aUrrb of I he Bladder. Brlckdu.t lKMlt, Painful ( Urinating, (llKh-oolored Urine. Nervon l' Woakaoee and rata la the Hack rem more ? Ilka miracle than eaeoe of natural bealiii(. Delicate Females, or Ttetlmt of wasted or prostrated enereies. aaosod by Irresular babits eml mental or BBTSloal ovor-eserttoo. flnu thrtr arrnttnt re- lief la the nse of DA) 8 KIDki.Y I'M), which strenftbens and loviitorstee the inva lid aad res Lures too vlg-or oi health. Pain in tne Back. We sav positively, and without tear or cn radictioa. that DAY'S KUKNKY IMDUthe nlyeertala and permanent euro for every form of this prevalent and distressing; com plaint. YOUNC MEN SuSarlaa: from nervous and iihrsical dobiliir, or too close application lo businet or wor, saav bo restored and manhood rrs; (lord void all kidney medicines which ara tak oa is to the system by way ol the rlomach it la an old treatment, well trlid and proven -ntciont, thoORh sometime effcctlne; apparent ares of one complaint, they sow the seed ol snore troublesome and permanent dimrders The price of our l'Al) brings it within the rtacfe of all, and It will annual'y savo many times its cost la doctor' bills, medicines and plasters, which at best a-iva but temporary relief It eaa be used without fear ol harm. aad with eartainty of a permanent cure, for aalo by druirctsta generally, or sent by mail ( free ol uostase) on recei pt of the price Ueg nlar pad, tl.OU; children's, 11.00; special (ex tra else), S3 00. Our book. How a Life was eared." tvins- the history of this new die eovorv and a large record of most remarkable ears, tent tree. Write fori!. Address, 1) A V kuwtr Pa CO, Toledo. Ohio. P nn(FTfI Owina to tho but worthless X iBlJ ilUIla kidney pads now seeking a sale VT on oar reputation, we deem It dun the afflict w an to wars tnem. asa sur atai B aiv.nl PAB, and take no other. MRS. THOMAS' Life Saving Compound Vor Conrns of all stares. Try It aad ba svtacod. ae editor oi tne iatnoi lilo Trth. aaa was eared of lone standins lone trot troubles. r.r Saadanos. of niWKiTO, . a . iwrntj. two years inn disease. Mrs. llaker. Conacil tints, and a number more 1 ry her Uueea af Pain lJaiment. Mar eompouads are for aale bv all aruaattta ana wnoiesaie nouses ana a solo proprietor and manufacturer. Mo. ITU Mala St.. Kansas Citv. ato. rersale bv TnasLa I swim, a, ra porta, Kansas. Ail or- wars promptly Blied by Meyer Bros ,ww ward. laxoa Co . Kansas CitT- TIW TORK BHOPPIKQ. llavina for ed a eoaneettoa with tbe Iimar 1'urchas tns Aaenev. 1 will aire personal suoervlsioo to the answertea or letters of inquiry and for warmoaof samples. Purchases made with Sails and discretion .and no charges mude fur answering inquiries from or forwarding sam ples nsr auoscrioers will r.arr.aia Mil 1.UCY CARTER ! TV EMPORIA, FRIDAY, JAN. 7, 1881. The cot-l traffic on ike Santa Fe road ia booming. Il U aascrted that New Year's call originated tbs (rest American free Inucb lysteni. ' The cLandeiiert fur the new CoDgre- rational church have arrived, and are Tery handsome. The man alio aqulrta tobacco Juice on Lot Move should not be forgotten dar ing the week of prayer. Mr. and Mra. Will II. BeTcry Tery pleasantly entertainad a small company of friend Thursday evening.. The poMesanra of sealskin aacques ray tbey could not have improved on the weather if tbey bad made it to order. Orer three-fifths of the total amount of taxes k-vied in Lyon county fur 1880. have already been paid Into the treasury. The new county officers elect, and C. B. Graves, the successor of Judge Per ton, will take their oalb of office on the 11th of this month. v e are toia mat ny -screens and mos quito bars can now be obtained at rock- bottom prices, and that time will be giv en on secured payments. A meeting of the directors of the Em poria and Kansas City railroad was held in this city Wednesday for tha transac lion of routine business. The minimum temperature registered by tbe signal service thermometer on the State Normal is reported by Prof. Sadler, at 15 degrees below sero. Probate Judge Kellogg, assisted by Messrs. C. V. Eskridge and W. E. Mc- Creery, made an examination of the county treasury Thursday. From tbe Daily Optic we learn that Mr. Charles Wbeelock, a former resident of Emporia, bat opened an architect's office at Las Vegas, New Mexico. A test case of tbe prohibitory amend' ment is being being made up in thi city to-day, wbicb will be submitted to tbe supr.me court at its January session If any man fails to shut the door shoot him on tbe spot. A jury couldn't be impaneled in the state of Kansas that wouldn't return a verdict of justifiable homicide. J ohic, infant son of 11 D. Thomas, of this city, was buried in the Dry creek cemetery, south of the Cottonwood, att 1 bursday. The funeral was largely at tended. Pneumonia is prevalent in and around Emporia, but it is either of a mild type or our local physicians are remarkably skillful. At lenht the undertakers are not happy. We are under obligations to Mr. A. R Bancroft for copiea of the Las Veens Dnily Optic, a lively little sheet, which reflects the enterprise of Journalism in New Mexico. E. C. MacLennan & Co., Tri News ofilee Job priulers have completed a tbir. ty-six page brief for Messrs. Sterry & Sedgwick of this city. It is a first class piece of work. The last awning went down Friday. It seemed like an act of vandalism to dismuntle the business place which it protected, and throw its front open to this tropical sun. Mjor J. D. Gunn, train master at this place, was presented on Christmas, by the conductors on the Cottonwood divi sion of the Sauta Fe rond, with a very Laudsoine easy chair. Human natnre Is so constituted that only one man out of 600 can stand by tuid see a butcher weigh half a pound of bone to a pound of steak and not pass some remark on the weather, Au Emporia lady lost seventy pots of house plants duriug one of the cold nights of the past week. The sym pathy of the entire community is ex tended to her in this hour oi severe trial. The grand lodge of the A. O. U. W. of Kancas, will meet in Emporia on tbe 1st day of February when it is expected that a large number of representatives And visitors from all parts of the state will be present. Tbe party who can dun a man for an ice bill at this stage of tbe mercury, should secure a book agency or invest in a lightning-rod outfit. His superb cheek can never be ultimately developed in any other fields. The Bob Whites that were shot by oar Lyon county NimrrxJs in the fall, have reason to congratulate themselves over their escape from the suffering which this severe weather has imposed upon their survivors. Died Wednesday afternoon the 29th inst., little Joeie, the infant boy of our much respected citizen, R. D. Thomas. The funeral took place on Friday afternoon from the family residence on Merchants street. Mr. H. Thompson, of Cairo, and Mr. II. Kick, of Danville, III., are in the city figuring on the Hotel Coolidge. Both of them are very much pleased with the house, and it is likely one of them will close with the directors. Throuffh the efforts of Col. II. C. Wbilley, n buftlcient amount of money was raised by subscription last week, to purchase 18 tons of coal, which will be placed at tho disposal of the president ol the home aid society. A scarcity of water ia reported in some sections of ihs city that are not reached by the water works pipes. And still there are some of our citizens who are clamoriug for the enforcement of the prohibitory amendment. It seems almost marvelous that while men have been swearing off for nearly six thousand years there are probably not a dozen cases on record where a sa- looniat or a tobacconist ever bad to make an assignment tor me Denent or ms oreditors. It bas been Intimated that, in view of its great plenitude, and the prospective enforcement of the prohibitory amend ment, ice will be a perfect drag in the market next summer. We have but lit tle doubt that it will be kept for sale by all pharmacista after the saloons suspend business. We learn that 1. 1). Fox & Co. have leased the Bruner store room for a term of five years, and will fit it op in first class style shortly after the first of Jan uary. The upper floor will be devoted to the display or musical instruments, and when tbe plans of the leasees are ful ly perfected, the store will be one of the best appointed trading places in onr flourishing city. Mr. F. W. Walbridge, a traveling man well and favorably known in Kmporla, and Mr T. J. Iloran, of this city, have purchased the right to sell Pool 4s Sev er pntcnt hedge layer, ana expect to commence to work np the state of Illi nois in a few weeks. The machine ia said to be a perfect success, and in the hands of Messrs. Walbridge & Iloran, Its extended sale can be regarded as a foregone conclusion. . When an Emporia boy goes back to his old home on a visit, he does not al ways succeed in buying op all the anr. plus copiea of the newspaper that notes his arrival and comments thereon. A stray number of the Cambridge City, (Ind.) Tribune, of December 23, has fall en Into our hands, and the following item leads ns to the conclusion that the local editor is also a professor of natural history: Henry Ingeriaann, formerly of this place, but now a resident of Emporia, ivansas, aroppea in upon ills many friends at this place last Tuesday night. to mir surprise, w look to see the tWallOW westward fly. rKBSOMAL MEXTIOSt Mr. J. A. Maynard, of Chase county, is visiting among bis old friends in this city. J..L. CofTman, of Pike township, baa routed property in town and will, short ly move to Emporii Miss Cogswell, daughter of Senator Cogwell of Greenwood county, is vlsit iog friends ia the city. Mr. Aleck Straus, late junior member of jhe firm of Abrahams & Straus, of this city, has returned to St. Louis. Mr. b. Hauck and family, ot Carbon, Indiana, arrived in Emporia last Thurs day and will make their home in Lyon county. Mr. Alfred Straus, recently connected with the Famous boot and shoe store re turned to bis former home in St. Louis, last week. Elegantly Katortalaoa The handsome new residence of Capt. S. B. Warren on State afreet, waa tbe scene but Thursday, of one of those social epochs wbicb are doing so much to aug ment the attachment of Emporians to their own city, and to promote its repa tation anion z stranicers as one or the most desirable places of residence in Kansas. Barely, indeed, if ever, have the ample facilities for dispensing the hosDitaliiies of an elecant home been rendered more fully available than upon tbe occasion in question, ana the many friends of Captain Warren and bis ex eel lent wife can cuerisa no pleas- anter remembrance of tbe closing hours. of tbe year which will cease to be to- nijibt, than that wbicb tbey entertain of ttie highly enjoyable gathering ot last evening. In addition to tha rare con veniences and appointments of a truly model establishment no delicate alien tion or kindly office known to the most experienced entertainer were forgotten by the host and bostess, who contributed so successfully to the pleasure of their guests. Two of the spacious apartments re devoted to dancing, an excellent orchestra furnishing tbe music for this enjoyable pastime, while persons of quieter tastes and more dig. ntfled tendencies enjoyed cards and other social pursuits in other parts of the com modious mansion. Supper, embracing all the tempting ediblea known to the cuisine, waa an equally popular feature of the evening, wbicb was dispatched in season for a resumption of Terpsicbor- ean hostilities, which continued till af ter midnight, when, w ith a repertory of animated choruses, the happy as semblage dispersed after one of the most delightful evenings known to the oldest society person in Emporia. A Worthy Pramotles At a meeting of the board of directors of the First National Bank of this city held on the 27tli inst., Mr. E. R. Hulderman presented bis resignation as cashier, which position be has tempor arily held since the death of tbe late Robert B. Hurst. We are glad to learn that Mr. Holdenuan will continue bis position as an active director in said bauk, wbicb position he bus held since its organization. We arc also glad to learn that our young friend, Mr. Charles S. Cross, the son of the president of the bank, has been promoted to the position of acting cashier, dating from January 1. 1881. Charlie has been connected with the bank as secretary of tbe presi dent, when not in school, since its or ganization, until two aud a half years ago, aince which time he has held tbe position of teller. We join with Char lie's many frienda in congratulating him upon bis promotion. Hymeneal. Mr. Chas. F. Lovelace and Miss Effa C. Miller were married at the pleasant quarters of Ihe groom over SMer's drug store, on Sunday evening, Dec. 26, by Kev. Dr. Cordley, of the Con- gregatlonal church. Tho happy bride captures a tip-top husband, with all the appurtenances of a comfortable home, and the partner of her joys, no longer Loveless, secures a wife whose charms are the eloquent theme of her many friends in this city. May happiness wait upon their union and attend them all through the journey of this mortal pilgrimage Judge Culver and Robt.M illi ken have removed their office from the Emporia bank building to the room over Hall & Waite's music store, on south Commer cial street. The room which they vacate will be occupied by the Emporia agent of Jay Gould's express company. GoSngs and Gatherings- Would you like to make a trip with me just to see what a good time a Pre siding Elder can have? Well, begin at the M., E. & T. depot: Here are a num ber of passengers, talking, laughing, chewing, smoking, (apples three for a nickle). crowding, all waiting for the train.' Here she comes. All rush out and crowd in before the outcoming pass engers can get off. Plenty of room, and Fosa and his good crew make us just about as comfortable as if we were at home. By the way, the traveling public would be more pleased if the "new man agement" would leave this branch of their road in present hands. It would be hard to improve upon agents, or trainmen. Let well enough alone. We cross Cottonwood river, Eagle, Ot ter, Rock, Big and Turkey creeks; pass Xeosho Kapids, Hartford, Strawn, Bur lington, Leltoy, Neosho Falls and land at llamboldt. By walking up town we can make a quarter aud lhat will buy us a good dinner at the restaurant. Walk over to the Bt. C. 1, A S. depot, wait half an hour aud take a freight for Colony, tweuty -five miles north. Stop at lola for down pas senger. Three men come aboard. One says: "Take a uip?" The others join in chorus, -"you bet." One says: "by, where did you get that t I couldn't get any." "Pshaw! you are green. I go into the drug store and ask for medicine, put down fifty cents, wink and hand my flask." A man on tbe train: "That'll fetch it, yon bet." He gets a "nip" for bis speech. They all laugh because some drug store men will violate law for money ! But here we are at Colony. It is get- ting cold fast. We take an open bnggy for a seven mile ride to a new country church where the preacher is holding a protracted meeting. After meeting we ride back to Colony. Next day preach in the afternoon and hold the quarterly conference. Preach again at night. It is dark and stormy, but the people are out. Sunday morning, cold as Norway, .uove feast, preaching and communion for morning service. Get dinner, ride to lola, fourteen miles, and preach in tbe evening. Monday, ride out and preach at a school house and ride back through the dark and cold. Tuesday, ride back to the new church on Deer Creek, preach and drive to Colony. Wednesday, make a tour to stir np the delinquents on church subscription at Colony. The church is nearly completed. This will be two churches aud a parsonage which thia country charge has built and paid for in two years, the aggregate cost be ing about $3,000. Drive down again and bold communion service at the churcb. Thursday, go back to lola, attend prayer meeting and hold a quarterly conference. Friday, go on train to Humboldt, and ride out in a lumber wagon, through falling snow to Salem school house, sev en miles. Here we can make ourselves useful by helping at a Christmas tree. The little folks are happy. We can atudy human natnre while they are eat bag their candy and nuts. Saturday we take ia a Christmas and birthday din ner. Then drive four miles, preach and hold quarterly conference for Humboldt circuit. Preach again In the evening, and drive two. miles through tbe cold and dark to find a aleeping place. This Is the way we celebrated Christmas. Sunday morning got back to the school house by ten o'clock, have love feast, preach, administer the sacrament, talk a little about the new chnrch which is al. most ready for service, get dinner, ride in an open boggy to Humboldt and preach and hold com man ion service ia tbe evening. So we spent the last Sab bath, a dark and drearv dav. of 1880. r On Monday morning we board Lewis' freight train for home. He has a fine, sober crew, and makes it, save the time, very pleasant for passengers. And then he has good eating capacity, so that you can afford to eat a eood. sauare dinner at eosho Falls. Home again. How do you like such trips C. R. B. Aa ItalUa Climate Mild Daya la Kaa- ooa. In view of the very pronounced char. acter of tbe weather for some days past, Uie following meteorolozica table for the last nine winters, furnished The News by. Chaplain Lutz, will prove of iuterest to our readers: It will be no ticed that only those days are noted when the mercury fell to zero or below: 1871 AHD JS7S. Dee M. Thermometer at diyllirht 15 - ' . ..aero . sero ..Zero sero ..zero .zero .zero . .zero . zero tli. ' n. Jan. as. - " . 2 - M M m. " - 80. " '- . 81. Feb 8. zero 10 . zero 187S AND 1S72- Dee. SO. Thermometer at iau licht ..zero ia tl. -t. ao. gr m .& . .zero . zero . zrro 14 .zero 10 . aero . zero . sero ..zero . zrro Jan. 8 " " " 10. " 17. a. j. .. . av si " - . zero 14 -zero a ..zero . .zero zro . zero zero . zero . .zero . zero . zero Feb. 1. " ... a. 187J 1 ISr ' Jn. 5 Tbermonietvr at daylight. rjb i 1S74 1(D 187V Nov 0. Thermometer at daylight liecU - - Jan. 1. " " . 4. 5 " 8. " . 10 . ia. " .... 14. " ' is. is " . IT. " - 18. " " 15. ft. . zero 13 . Sero ao . zero at . a ro . sero It . suro IS zero . zero ia zoro . saro . zero . Sero . sero 8 . zeru JO . xaio 6 zero . zero 6 T. - S 1875 AKD ITS IS79 AKr. 1S7T Feb. I Deo. 1 aero zero ..ro zero zero zero 19 a. ' 2n 19. " " " 81. 11. ' " . .zero Jan. a. - .. .. zero 10 zero 4 zero 11 187T AND l7g. No days to rem 1878 AND 18T9 Dee. IT. Thermometer at daylight. . zero 8 . zero 14 ..zero S . zero a . zero 6 . zero 6 .zero 14 . z -ro 16 18 " sa " 45. " 87. . Jan. 3 " a. 4. i .. k . . a. " u . . zero 1 i i4 zero 8 ..zero 17 ..zero 10 18TB AND 1880. !ec. 54, Thermometer at darlisht... 25. ' Mar. 14. Nov 1A. l)c. 47. - sero 11 zero il sero 11 zero t zero 1 lis. ' ' ... au .aero i .sero IS sero S REAL PEOPLE IN NOVELS. London Globe. Uickcus' books are crowded with per sonal adaptations, none, or very tew of wuicn would iiavu been recognized but lor the vanity or the umbrage of tuc principals themselves. His method was to take some strikingly singular trait of character, some phenomenon in humau nature, aud surround it with qualities totally different from those found in the original and thus he preserved the ori inality without exposing his model. We are not told whether the elder Dickens described himself ia Micawber, but ins certain that nobody else did, and how many of the admirers of Walter Savage Lander would liuve recognised tue poet in the "Boytborn" of "Bleak House ?" Wheu Dickens was engaged on "Dom- bey and Son" on the continent, he di rected Mr. Htiblet Browne, the artist, to post himself at a certain spot iu the city where he would meet with a gentlcmuu of the type of physiognomy which he wished Donibey, senior, to lake, yet (alarmed though he possibly might have been had he known the design) it is not to be supposed that this veritable prototype would have considered him self Doinbey merely because the linea ments of the two bore a remarkable re semblance. On the other hand, there is a tendency no less remarkable in persons who iu general character most resemble them to consider certain types ot the human I ara lly, as portrayed in fiction, monstrosi ties, and impossibilities. In one of his prefaces, tbe author of "Nicholas Nick- leby" says, "Mrs. Nickleby, sitting bod ily before me once asked whether I real ly believed there ever was such a wo man." John Foster, the biographer, who is grave over the complications which grew out of his friend's caricatures, was himself tbe model of Kenny Meadows's portrait of ju aster roth, and is said to have been tho original of Fusbus in Lady Lytton-Bulwer's "Chevelry." Charlotte Bronte got into some difficulties with re gard to her too lite-like local portraits in "Shirley." Mrs. Gaskell says of her West Yorkshire sketches in this book: "People recognized themselves or were recognized by others in her graphic descriptions of their per sonal appearance and modes ol action and turns of thought though lhry were filaced in new positions and figured away n scenes far different from those in which their actual lite had been passed ... .The three curates were real living men, haunting Hawortu and tbe neighboring districts and so obtuse in perception that, after tbe first burst of anger at having their ways and habits chronicled was over, they rather enjoyed the joke of calling each other by the names she had given them. "Mrs. Pryor" was well known to many who loved the original dearly. The whole family of Yorkers were, I am assured, almost daguerreo types." As neither portraiture is of an uucoinplinientnry nature, it may added that the poet "kalinal" in Mr. Joseph Halton's "Clytie" finds bis double in I Mr. Joaquin Miller, and the Laird of "Macicod of Dare" is a well-known. prosperous, and genial resident of Oban. I A. Previous I'homisb. The old wid ow Dupont was Intel y married a "a in. The honeymoon whs in the full, and he was too mm. lor anything. "I shall always love you, my darling,' he said. "Always .always?" she sigbed. "As loDg as 1 lire." "And altcrward you will love me I h rough eternity?" "Great heavens! I have already prom ised mat to my nrst wile." The government of Italy pays only $12,000,(100 yearly for pensions, despite two or three wars and revolutions and tbe pensioning of civil authorities. Stoves. VESY EASILY 1ZA1TA3E2, rcciTOincAL nr ptjel, ASH GUARANTEED TO Im hM .sMctisa .Tsryilsr.. BUY HIM HADE ONLY BT ExGBlsior nanTg Co., sr. ivouxs, no. MPOETXS3 AND DEAXEB3 UJ" TIM-PLATE, VIRE- ETEET CLASS OF GOODS TSE9 OS SOLD Bl to l?:d stcyi cialers. REND FOR PRICE LISTS. swiaiPrina " '- - -n iJ i Hi 1 1 WtaafaAiajfcXAl&BOaiS.Prnjns .Ta. IfeiflllP C ' "Mir-" " " - - - Medical. FRITSCH'S PKTJSSIAK TKS LATEST VICTORY OF MEDICAL SCIENCE. The only exist Ins remedy for ovsnry spe cies of Aerate or durouie Pisenso ot tbo Orsaas of Respiration, and aa alolut SPECIFIC FOR CONSUMPTION ! THIS all-powerful vetretablo pre' tion expels from the lungs and ali sages, tUe mucus and muco-pua prodaeed by pulmonary laHssimttion. hoi Irritated membranes, and every orsran which uzilizee the brostta of Life, it contains no stuuefyina noUon. and I In all reopects a lieaitUf uf medi cine. The rapidity and certainty wltat ANNIHILATES A CQUGH Is astonishing-. Its effects iro deeper thaa tho mere symptoms of pulmonary die oasa and discharges tho cause from tho system, i'm aud painless expectora tion is the mode by which it relieves tho longs, chest andturont from the burdena which oppress them; thus arresting Con sumption and Bronchitis In the fans be- vr envy rcacn tne more nunfiirros Stages. Tho emaciated sulTerer BATTLING F03 LIFE with the most terrible seonrco of ear ell- mate win una ntsch's Prussian Cousrh Srrun a Ttotent allv. and will asenredlv win the ilRht by ad In: ring strictly to this a innucun. xno CA8E8 NOW CM RECORD in which It has been administered with entire success ns a reutedv for every vz nj k muiatiy wmcn nneets tne no sphatory j x nun Ions, amount to FIVE THOUSAND at the present date, and yet the prepara tion is only In the infancy of its useful nesa. Tho arreat defect of all Cough xtemeoiea Hitherto Introduced la tm they are simply expulsory. lseaoo they are nseless; for unless the causes of the ncrla secretions which are eousbed as are removed, and the ruptured, inflamed or maturated surfaces healed and re stored to their natural tone, a cure is impossible. Fritsch's Prussian Con Kb syrup accomplishes these objects. Tho mucus and utueo-pos which are tne con sequence of Lunr Disease, are thrown off PT it. wnue at tne same time IE snntnaa and Invigorates the weahened tissues. "LIFE FOR THE LUNGS." Tor eousrhs. colds, influenza, bronchial cUmcultles. tiEhtnessol tne chest, boars' ness, sore throat, traehitis, tntlimms- tion of the lunrs. dimcuity or Dreathinr, pleurisy nnd ail disorders of a pulmonary stature, it nas never oeen sqnsieo. Sole Brents in nrr-ir mtwnn Ax CO SLIauU, Ala. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. PRICE ONLY 25 CE2CTS. B. WHELDON & CO., Agents. tjflSTETT ) canuiEO Sleep, Appetite and Strength Return when llostetter'a Stomach Bitters is syntcn-atically ued by a l-ilious dyspeptic stiirerer. Moreover, smco too Drain sympa tliixes 1 -f ely with the sto-r ach and associate organs, the liver anil tuo bowels, as their de rangement is recti did by the action of tbe bitten, mental despondency produced bv that derangement disappears. For sale by an uruggista ami aeaicrs generally. Farm Machinery. Battle Creek, Michigan, VAXurACTtjaxma or zbb our oaamjns THRESHERS. Traction and Plain Engines and Horse-Power. laaatessanlcteTBreshorrssaair I EatabHahad ia taa waiis 188 00 YEARS of continuous mmd without ctuzin of m l, to oac up .afT iiiaiiasci 1'iriii i, ur wauuu, saw sy mm bread warranty given am all pood. aFFR4f , Coraplrte 8 team Oa.fltAo' wuucAUqHtUm. nnM Traction Enffinea and Plmia KhaIao for IfMl. tnfftttber with ss Mrior itmitti rm om tnatmruum not anminea oi aj outer niiierav Four auz?a of 8eDsmrtvtor. from B to 12 1 lapaclty, for fecm or horse pomwr. Two ativlAB nf " UntintAd ttt tHwS-Powara. 7.500.000 rrL ZJZizzzzx constantly on hand from which ia built tho oamparahio wooa-wora as our macninery. TRACTION EKG!.iES &trxmamt, mo4 dtrnbi,and &cimni mr aaa nmkemra an tnrtssd to lnveatiiratA uua rural I nrnanins aAdUIMTj. Uicuoua sent rrea Address NICHOLS. 8HKPARD s CO. iMtttsa Craafc, Mloft fixry the sest AND SAVE MONEY. w. aunafsetm tha aM nltolaa ITOVKU " Soli Wkaal Wis aiilL ttaMi.ti4 M7I). Wlarar'. laaninJ r4 Griadcr, oparatoS a, wiaa aill. aad Li(hiai.( HuS Cora Skallm. J Sen ia Iro. rtt aaa Sactiea rv.pi, Pip.. Rubber Hsss, He rrtcas saS Cala- lof (U I) Iraa. ACESTS WASTED. AMrtas. OOkiATHEM 1 WINGER. KMSAS CITY. MO. Merchant Tailoring. To The Farmers: If you have any cloth you want mads up call on V. C. IIASSLEH, at L. S. Sar- gi-nt'r. Will take wood, flour, potatoes or meai.for work. Shop over Lutz's Hardware Store. Coal, Wood, Etc. GEO! GEO!! GLO!!! Yartl lo Newydd D. N. THOMAS! (Nicholas l'iln T.le T rwerthlr rlo Arronia. Ossre. a fort I Scott, am oris lsel a rhcsmol Y yard ar I swjuuia sonto utmmurciat street, cmporia. Plastering. VeCATS. Plain and Ornamental Plasterer Emporia Eaksas. Materials furaishei! and work done oa snort aotiae in tae uet manaer. TO ALL OUR FBI ENDS. TTATINi; ha! niimbertrss inqalriea for XX acivertisinir eml irorn lames la all parts oi mis otuiiiri wnv .re iniemtaa IB ine prevailins l.-h!on of maKinc; ' Card Col teetioas." wi" ara tiarins; prioiol for taem a set or seven beantilu cards, eai-.B in six col on and on a cold bnckjrroun.l, in the very hisrbeMt dejrrea or art, iiinatrstin baake- I siiearc's "bcrea A gc of Wan." We have urei no nper.se in ineae ranis i dcj are imulf liilln art arcms. Uor only aim has beea to i.ubll h tbe finest cards ret sboara. ADolieattons lor tnem nara come in so rap idly that nearly the arliole edition Is engaged belore tbe rreeipt by us of the cards from tha artist. We hare then-ore been obliged to adp. tbe lottowina; plan for ti e distribution of tbe remainder: J more of the gi't Shakespeare cards, seven in the series, will be sent excepting upon tne receipt oi a asasa. ment from a grocer that the person applying for the cartis nas nongni a mm on inas oay at least sevca bars of IKbbins' kleetric Soap, wilh price paid for ume. ALL aoolying ta tht manner will reerira tne mil set oi sev en caidt eaATis bv mail. This will Insure as that our trita lf and patrons ret their share or the beautiful designs, altboagh it In no manner repays us fur tbe cost ot tbe cards. Tour grocer has the soap or will get It, an'! the inrcha-e by yon of seven bars at one time will secure fr yr-n vraiis seven re ally tMsnuiifuleanls. Theso ipiroi-roTes wits age and U aa article of nei-4-sslty in year Ixmiss ewrt sreok. Thertf ie tus are not aakeil to Ihiv a ieess artrcle, but one that you umI have an way. Please send u yetir appli-jiti.ii .nr.nie and It'll jour Isdr friends making r.l Co'iertlnns" lo do tbe same. Teuis. rt-aiiecttnllv, ' I L. KAG1X CO, -IK South th St., i'hilailrlphia. Fa' Ooiighlpp tmm ) HARDWARE. J. M. GRIFFITH & GO. Dealers Greneral Hardware Iron and Steel, Nails, Horse-shoes, Fence Wire, Agriciiltural &c.t &c. Sole ageuta Th.e Deere & Cos Plows & Cultivators, G-ilpin Sulkiy Plow, Davenport Champion Reaper & Mower. Are also sole agents in Emporia for The Celebrated Gliddens Steel Barbed Fence Wire. LEWIS LUTZ, Dealer lxx HARDWARE, TSTAILS, QTEEL CUTLERY, JLM IRON, fO ETC. Full Line of MUZZLE Shot-GrTins Webber AND Shutler Wagons. Agricultural The celebrated IT A IS 11 Steel Wire, Stover and Perking Wind mills, full tin of Hazard Gunpowder a' Kanaa City Prices, ifr,, lc, ?. Sixth Avenue Hardware Store. SMITH & HAIL, DEALERS IN HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL TOOLS. AGENTS FOR McCORMICK REAPERS. MOWERS and SELF-BINDING HARVESTERS. HAPGOOD SULKY PLOWS, I X L GRAIN DRILLS and the KANSAS WAGONS. SMITH & HAIL.. Successors to S. J. Smith sk Co. CLOTHING. NEW FIRM and LEWIS at the old stand of I. E. have just received from and stylish CLOTHING, FURNISHING- GOODS, HATS & CAPS, 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. a. P. JONES & Co., Jt " J2fc -;aaW3BK " iKEr -- . . I MERCHANT TAILORS, Clothing, Gent's Furnishing Goods, Hats and .i Caps, Boots and Shoes, Trunks and Valises, &c. LARGEST STOCK IN ABOVE LINES IN THE CITYl Corner of Commercial St. and Fifth Ave. Emporia, Kansas. FURNITURE. ARNOLD & CO., OF THE Emporia Water Power Furniture Mills, hare taken possession of the old furniture tbey will sell goods at wnoiesaie ana rciau.oi weir own msnuiaciars, at the very lowest prices possible. Ordered work at reasonable prices, Turning and scroll sawing, Table legs and stair bolsters kept in stock, Highest price paid for walnut lumberl - Wa have also, a ana stock of Parlor and chamber suites, bureaus, desks, ward robes, chairs of every description, mat tresses, children's cabs, &c., &c. Please call and examine. Oar undertaking department ia complete and prorMed with all tha appliances necessary for Uk ing ear of the dead. A HILL U8K OP faKTALUC USU. Orders by telegraph promptly sttcaried to. Calls at any ttnr. night or oa Sunday, promptly attended so by Mr. la axes Woli residence corner of rortb arenae and Market street, AKNOLD & CO. WTT1T1TAM ant an. DEALER IN PUBlsHTUiiE, .''!..'..-'"-...v-Undertakei's Goods, -. Mirrors. &c., r, Commercial Street, North of tbe Jfem - Ofilee. fr H asidaaea, eormor af Koral straat ansl roarth arana. Calls astaaaXI a stay hmr, da ar alga. . - - In Implements, in Emporia for Cultivator, AND BREECH-LOADING and Rifles, WEIR AND MOLINE Plow Co Implements, IMPLEMENTS & FARMING NEW GOODS BROS., Perlev. 151 Commercial street. Chicago a very large stock of of Imported and American Crepes, Cassimeres, Lv for fine store. No. 164 Commercial street, where CLARKE, Wagon CROCERIES. Grange Store, CHARLES PAINE, Agent, DKALS IJf roceries, Provisions, Queensware& Produce First door north of Ir. Moore's lrugr Store. Bottom Prices to Cash Customers. J. T. BURTON'S Cash. Grocery is the place to buy the CHEAPEST AND BEST GOODS. BT SELLING STRICTLY FOR CAH. Helping- to ay tne nad dcouor otners Tbe 178 tommercial Street, thomas & Jones. DEALERS tX Staple aud Fancy GROCERIES FLOUR, GRAIN, COUNTRY PRODUCE OCR MOTTO! I BEST GOODS AT BOTTOM PRICES AND WARRANTED TO PLEASE. EMPORIA, KANSAS. Seventh Ave. Grocery Li. U. W lLUUA, Sontbeaat corner ol Commercial struct and Seventh avenue. GROCERIES B PRO VISIONS Goods bought low and sold accordingly. E. C. MacLennan & Co. at NEWS JOB OFFICE re prepared to do all kinds of job printing: at reasonable rates. DAVE A. PAINTER, Salesman for WHITE A IIOI.MK. LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS Kansas MEDICAL. V KIDNEYS STOMACKANDf if Ha 1 General; debilitT-'I j al 'c SX. 1 CONSTIPATION C jjgjsgi? ST.LOUIS AND KANSAS CiTYy These Bitter are not an Intoxicating beTeragre, tout medicine of real merit, and pleasant to tne taste. JFor Sale by all Jruffffists. CURE I BACKACHE And all diseases or the Kidneys, Bladder and UrinaryiOrg-sns by wearing the Improved Excelsior Kidney Pad! It is a Barrel ot Healing and Belief Simple, Sensible, Direct, Painless, Powerful. It CTTJTIES where all else tails. A BKTELATI09 an. I REtrOLETIOX in medicine. Absorption or direct application, as apposed to unsatisfactory internal medicines. 8eDd lor our treatise on kidney troubles, sent free. Sold by druggists, or sent by mail, on receipt of price, (I . This is the original and genuine kidney pad. Ask for it and take no other. Address THE "ONLY" LUNG PAD CO., Detroit, Mich. Managers for the Northwest. LEIS' DANDELION TONIC THE Great Blool ana Lircr Parifler AND PURELY VEGETABLE. A preventive for thills. Fever and Agne, and sure cure for Dyspepsia, Indigestion, UverComplaint, Headache, Diiainesa, Lost of Appetite, Languor, rear Stomach, etc .especially adapt ed lor Kidney Diseases and an Female Weakness. . The Dandelion Tonic Is principally eon pnaed of fresh Dandelion Boot. Juniper Ber ries, Rod Peruvian Bark, Prickly Ash Bark. Iron aad Alteratives; also aa anti-acid, which will remove all belching sensations that are produced by soar stomach. Price $1 per bottle or 6 for $5. II aaof actured solely at tbe laboratory of LEIS' CHEMICAL MANUFACTURING COMPANY. LAWEEWLE, KANSA". FOB SALE BT ALL DRUOOIST8. FOSm.'ElY CURED BY CARTER'S j IVER j PlltsS. ssst Cm Jrse WMmt sw Omttm. If yews ara trtill'w"ia ajCaflgAACMae yaws ffca estallrl Sa stay tmt CARTER'S LITTLE UYR PILLS Aaoearsail focsssof Btaonenass, nrereatConstv aatloa aad ryspepala, promote XXaUon, rsikers of tht Stomach. Mandate the Uver.and ktasnlnts thaBosrahv They ao all this hy taUsg 5nst one Mttht nfflata'aoss. They are pnralyTSjstable,ac aoScTipeorsarze,aadaraas nssrly psrf n) as It is acaainle f or a ptU to ba. Pries 2 senla. S for SI Bold by druggists siai hate er sens hy mall. . CARTER MEDICINE CO. NEW YOfiK. Sold by NORTH & BXDafS. I can and will ivc my cn-torurrs tbe cost ol" niarnest prlc s iaia lor country proiiuco. north of bixth avenue. NEW GROCERY! Corner of 4th Avenue and Commercial St. A foil assortment of STAPLE AX1 FANCY GROCERIES! Which will be told low for cash, or exchanged or produce. Give us a call. M. B. IRELAND & CO. West End Grocery! J. S. CRAIG, Proprietor aud Delivery Boy. Goods delivered to any part of the city, free. Hlt door south of S. F. U. K. ofllcv, W est street. GROCERY. Store Newydd, am HUGHES ft COMPANY, 114 Commercial street, Emporia Gelwch yno cvn prynu yn uuman, arali 1 weled el stoc ac sydil ar werth yn rltau. the City, Mo. Price. $1.00 per JSottlc ABSORPTION Cares by (Halere's way) ALL Lung Diseases, Throat Diseases. Breathing Troubles it DBITE8 INTO the system curative agents ana neaiing medicines. It DRAWS FBOM the diseased part Ihe pot sons tnac cause ueain . Thousands Testify o Its Titian. YOU CAN BE RELIEVED AMD CORED Don't despair until you have tried this sensi ble. easily.applicd and radioally effeotual remedy. bum by iniKtctsMor tent by mail on receipt of Price, ti 00. Send for testimonials and our book "Three alillions a Xear." sent tree. Address THE "ONLY" LUNG PAD CO., Detroit, Mich Manageis for the Northwest. arsltpailia Is a eomponnd of the virtues of sanaparUla, atillineia. mandrake, yellow dock, with the iodide oi potash and ironll powerful blood maJtinz, blood -cleansine.ana life-srutainins elementa. It ia the purest, safest, and in every way the most effectual alterative med. lcine mown or available to uie nubiic. Tne sciences of medicine and chemistry have never prod need ao valuable remedy. nor one so potent to cure all diseases resulting fx im ImmiM Klswwl T. mih, SuMifiila. anil from impure blood. It cures Scrofula, and aJlscrof ulonsdlsaaea,Krylplas,Koaei. or St. AsthoDT's Fire. Plin Dies and r aee-arruba. ustulea. Blotches. Boils. Tumors, Tetter. Humors, Bait Rheum, ScaddUeieeKi, RlBgwonn. Vlcera, Sorea, Kheamsvtism, Mercurial Disease, Ken. Female Weaknesses and irresT- niavritiea. Jaundice. Affections ot the) urer, ajrvspepsiav isinaciauon. ana Ueneral Debilitj. By Its searchirja and cleanalnsr anal it! it pursea out the foul corruntiona which contaminate the blood, and cause deranire. mens ana aeeav. At atunuiatea and enlivens the vital functions. It promotes energy and strength. It restores and preserves health. it tniuses new life and vigor throughout the whole system. No sufferer from an vrliaeaea which arises from imparity of the blood need despair, who will give Atek's SAKSAPAjtiiy la a fair trial. Remember, tha earlier the truu, we speeaier tne cure. IU redne has been furnished to oh vsiciana everywhere; and tbey, recognizing its snpe- nox qnaiuiea, an iBimater it m taeir pracHca. For nearly forty rears Atix'i Saxsata. auu has been widely used, and it now poa wisna ui connaence oi minions or people who bar experienced benefits from ita Batrveiloua curative virtues. Prepared by Or. J. C. Ayer & Co Practical aad Analytical Chasaista, Lowell, Mats. BOW BT AX OaaOJTS sTUTtaall. ?ta saaavs it the aieataat Btaae Panfiar aad tha iBoatBaaUa aaa Streafftk Bottom stsx asad. Pt.aspsia, tlsss lisai. NsarsJsia, seas, aad all iliisssisof thatteataea. utaui sy ssnt nma aury be. t ana saraly help yo l Kaawaib.il . That Tostrc care druaken: s tba eWt raxelre Mealieiae am saadeyeat saade. catiaelv frssa Bitters, Giawer 1'iepaialiocts aad louca,aadcoaabcBea tb bastcaratava prop-; efaaV Bay m 50c hottlaac youtdiUKgist.. Moat a.anm wiiwui vaa aiaaaima n SRIU13C' rt iscox g .o., i minuets, ftev Yortc. AFJ2JTS HA!S BALSAJU faakntaaaa Lix? fob a ll DISK ASKS O" the t yjuj THROAT AND LUNGS THE KEEN MOUNTAIN Lsed In ori- 1 TTt ate prae. tiee since 18' TJ1 Put be. ' l!'Il?.,!?T AT.tJ A AT . hwv. '" wj. r tw a . Price x&o. Me aad $1. eampie but lias lUo. All liraiuriata keep it for sale. Try it O. C. DAY BBACKETT, . Sole proprietors, Kansas City, ate. For sale by J. A. stcara. l lager, Kacha. afaadraka, EUillaffla ttlsny acker of tha beat arnrl irincs known aracons-j I bused so Kkillullv ia Puru't Orsicaa "IV .ir- if roa ant assiiiie away witK f maaiaiiiiniii er rsary fsrsas ,wi tha Tonic to-day. Nemauerwaat cou Legal Notices. Election Proclamation. Notice is hereby bmtpti that . i tion will be beld at the scvrral votina- nets in Jack on towushii., in Lvon countr. annas, on the KiLh i.v i.r . V.' issi, to vote upon a proposition to subscribe tne cauttal f.tn.k nr . . i.- Cityi Euioria taiiroad conlance wiih the folluw ing terms and con uitions, to.wit: bhail the boarl nf rminfv nn,n,sc.iAnAH Lyon county, Kansa. fcubscribe 'or and in behaif of Jackson township in saidconnlr, Ukefecni' tal tuckor tbe Kausas citv A. m -.--a railroad coupanv to tho ainnnnmr 000 M per mile f'tr-achand evm nil. r id rol to be built i id w-wni-hin hut nm exe.cd the ajrfrieRuie amount off 25 000, and nanient thi-iei.f te-ue au.i ... .ui.i iliond rompany be bond.- of ;,! township ni' auinuiM t SJ.UUU10 uer tuiln r. .. mi every mtle ol raid railroad to lie linilt in ii iu, ru.i. u.ino unnui:.i Mil inter. t Uie tisrul &:t-ny ot the staleoi Kantai. i - the ci v ! New York, in tiiirt j-eani after theiii.teih tvoi. with lie privilege rei vnl Siii.i tonlni. i. in Hits whole or ucv l'rt 'fs..id mhm. at time af'cr ten yaia rum iiie.Mt- tbikriol l,v tfivit.ir ninice t Here- I for re n.ouil : t..i'o b..n.:i, m iaued ia den fnintioiis ol t Oi 00 eai-h. and to raw mi r. m t ti e ri f of urtrn (7) per cent ( cr m i.uiu Inmi the date ol 'heir il. liv cry lo c ai rili-0-.ii .omMn, i-ayaiile emi uatli or- the l.nh il.n of Junui and idy. in eat'h and evi r yc ir. anil nil iuieirt rottiin niuuiied, orab'-ur to mature, ar ihe date of trie delivery o. Kit bou'lu. to be can- cellcl and rfiuiueil to 'he liuald t.f county mii'i-aloi-cr- f aid diniitv. aaal btiml til 1m ii.uimI in .nnkiiferultnn nf th cni:iui:lin,o,'ei;itiu ai.u luaui'euabcv of ih- said 1:1 ill. 'jii luoii h .iM ton ii, Inn. ml l-x-ao d on ihe hum ciai t cable rvme iiiiuuiliat- 'y aliei ti e i rnupiivm voted ' till . COI'le ill' !liid tviWIlO.li ,ml Ih. rull of tlieelei lion duiy asn-it un-il and lit'Claicd, said hs riniion to the rai.ital !.ui k i.r sai.l a loa-l coiupauv shall hv in..,li , and the Hid b- r.i's ol Uit- ttiwt b-p ahull be dulr rxe ut:ii by ibw raiil iMjar.i ot ccuiniv eoinmiri. sioneiv, ad'iirliiir iu law. and ce,Oku?iin crow sun in- Cm-i hkclcv oi sitiil itme. inihecilwf New York or with such utber party asniaybu mutually aivnl upon by ami bo .-aii-lrtdury ro the caiil loaril uf eoun- y runimtMiincrs and aid railiMul comuanv bald bubiin shnll remain in tho iK.csion of helr(:utotllHn ai'oterini'l. t.iitil delivered uu. on the cerliflcateot &ail lioard ofconnty com uisMoiirrs a. horeinafier proviiiod. and at he name time the said rai'road company hall execute an am- unt ol stock of said company equal in tniuuut to aid bonds, and place the uuie in escrow at the same place and Willi the mine party to whom said bonds null DC eutrt!?ica aa aiurcsani. lu wliose poa- scsainn said suck shall remain until its de livery as heiciusiter proTide-1: the amountof uch Imu'is ami slock to lie issued as afore. said attOOi.vO r mile, and lo be rompiitetl wnen tno survev ol aunt ral I road shall be mu le, and the route pcrinencutly located as bcreiubeiore designated. inasani Kansas .ity Kmporla railroad eouipuny or their assigns shall construct aud equip as aforesaid, aud have in operation a ra.ito.iii oi a stanitnrii gause, so constructea as to form one continuous lino irum Kansas ity, in the it ate of Kansas, to tlie city of Km pnrin, in said stutc, within two years from the beciniiirn; of tbe work thereon, as here- inafu r set forth ; said road to be constructed i substantial manner, witb steel rail, suit Uie equipments thereof to be un h as are or uiuarily used in ronmriictlni and oiierating nch ruads. and shall be sunicient lor the or- iuary tralhc of ibd rond: tbe woik of con. struetintt said road to commence within one year alter uie ilefiostt ol said bonds in escrow as aioresaiu. I hat no nart ol said townshiu bonils of said Jackson tuwLship, in I yon coanty, shall be delivered or in any manner diKised ol by the party holding- them in esemw. nor be ot any binding force or validity uxm said town ship except as follows: When said road hall be substantially completed and trains run I hereon tbe entire length of said road through said township, and a station or deiot thereof nerinanentlv locate.! on the townsile of Neosho Kapids in said township, and the same ccrtineitto by tne county commissioner-of said Lvon county; then bonds to the amount ol 3 60O 00 per mile, and bonds at the same rate lor a fraction of a mile, if any, for the entire niimlK-rof miles and fraction of a mile of road built in said township shall be lelivureil to said railroad company, and a like amcuntof the stock of said railroad companv shall at the same time he delivered to the said board of county commissioners. It Is however provided lhat in case the said railroad coin nan v or ita asslens. shall be hin dered or delay ed in theconstrnetionor equip- n;env oi sain man ny any icffai tirocecuiofrs, thai the time so consume I shall he added to the erlixls hereinbefore fixed for the com- iii'iiuii ui aaiu ruaii. m nai me mi ru or tne uanots to oe nsen at such election for and against said proposition shall be as follows: Shall ihe board of cnuntv coinmisKlnners of Lyon county subscribe for and take tbo caiiitul stock ol the Kansas Ciiy Kmporia rmlroad company for and in behall of Jack son township, in said county, to the amountof a.Oou 00 per mile for each and every mile of saiu roa i to tie ouiir in said towusnip. nut not to exceed the UKgrcftate amountof $t6,000, and in payment thereof issue and deliver to said railroad company the liondsof said township to ti e amount of t t,f:0 00 per mile for each and every mile of said railroad to be built in said townnhipT" lea. 'Shall the board ot cnuntv commissioners of Lyon county subset ibe for and take Ihe capital stock of ibu Kansas City A Kuiporia raiiroan ernipany. lor an in benair or -laca- son (oiviii-lup, in said county, to the amount of (3.000 00 ier mile tor cat-h and every mile of said road lobe built in said township, tint not to exi eed the aggregate amountof $zi 00.1. and in payment tuereoi issurt aurt uenver v. sunt railroad comimny the ImiIhIs ot said township to the amount of .1ou0 O0 per mile for each ami every mile of said railroad to be built in said toa'nsbii. No. The nulla at said election shall lie onened at 8 o'clocs a m and closed at 6 o'clock p m. on said day. Oivcn under my oflirial hand this 10th dav of liecember. A l. I8s0. 4 B &IHON. bIioi in of Lyon county, state ol Kansas. Notice. To Martin Yaurh. owner of the northwest ?uurler of sei Iron to, township 0. raiive i0; . A ltolilauil. owner of the northaest quartc-r ol section 31. township, 2t. raiiKn 11; U. It. IXssey. owner of the southwr-t quarter of section 31, township il', rairge II; Mm. lirowu, owner of the north haf of section 1, township SI, rmirij 10; K. 1. tiod dard, owner of the northeast quarter of the uoriheast quarter of sect ion x, township zl, range 10; k'. Tri.-kel, Jr., owner of the east hall of section 85, township 20. ranre 10. ou and each ol von will heruliv take notice that 1 will on the 17th day oi January. lMtil, at 10 i'rti-.k a. in , oroceed to uia-e a survey t-j establish the lollowinK corners, to-wit: 'l'ho southeast coi ner ot tlie north wtt quarter ami tbe south west corner ol the north li.ilfol the northeast quarter of section (). townsliip (iOj, run (to (It!) cast; tho southwest corner ol the uorthtvest uuarter an I Ihe iioii'bivc't corner of the north half of tbe uorthweat quarter and the, southwest corner of the north of the soinhwoit quarter of sccliou 3I), lonoship i SO), rsnse (11) east; the northwest corner of the north east quarter and tho northwest corner of the north wt st quarter ol section (1. township ivli ranjre (10 e.st; the noribea-t coiner and the southeast corner of the northeast quarter and the southeast rorner of the north half of tho southeast quarter of section I35t. township sol. range east. J II It I lilt k.N. bits County Surveyor of Lyon county. Ks. Notice. A stockholders' mectinir will be held at the office of the hirst National bank of Kroporia, Kanssa. on tne seconil liietoay or January, I the 11th 1. 141. at seven o'clock p. m . lor the purpose of eloctinjc five directors, to servo one year. 11. C. CUOSS, Vres't. iec. iu, ixsu. oiws Sheriffs Sale. . M. Anderson vs. Joanna Stone: Notice is hereby Riven lhat bv virtue of aa order of sale issued out of the fifth iudicial district court, sitting in and for Lyon county and slate of Kansas, in tbe above entitled cause and to me directed, I will, on Mondav. the 14th dav of January. A. I lsgi. at is o'rlock a. ro . at the front door of the court house in the city of moria, Lyon county, Kansas, offer fir salo and sell at public auc tion to the hit-best bidder lor rash, all the right, title and interest af the said defendant in ami to tne loiiowmg iic-crlfed real estate. to-wit: Lot No. Hi on Market street in the city of Emporia. Lyon county, Kansas. Said real estate to be so'd as the pmiierty of the said defendant, to satisfy raid order or tale. j u MOU.N, Sheriff rf Lvon county. Kansas Iccemler SI. 1W. wl2tt Administrator's Appointment. I'Noliw is lierct-y given lhat the underirn eil was. on Ibe !1 l -y of neccmix-r. A. I Itvw. a'uly atqiitnicd soimiii.trairix of the estate of Hart irou Go-nlsinc-d. late of i.vou county, Kan-as, decease.!, by the fiobata Court of said county, and that as such ad ministratrix she has given bond and ouuliiled according to 1 tw 1.111.1-sA . tiUOIISI'KKU, Administratrix ol the esta'n of ilarH-on Gilsed, deceased. ai-HtS Musical Instruments. HALL, WAITE & CO., Dealers In PIANOS, Orgrans Small Instrumunts, MUSIC BOOKS A!0 SHEET MUSIC. Also agents for the ST. JOHN, IMPROVED HOWE & SINGER SEWING MACHINES. Needles for all Styles of Ma chines. Aad that musical wonder called "ORGUINETTE" B&yl'all and see it. Real Estate Agents. BOBTOX, REAL ESTATE AGENT Emporia, ... Kaunas. Pays Taxes, redeems lands sold for taxes Will notify parties amountof tax due la time to save penalty. 8eod Sew York exchange or P. o. order. Tax BaCBirra bent bt iuttis Mail o Bacairr or- Momxt. Enclose stamp, description of lands and post office address. Beat Estate bought aad Sold oa Commission. Call oa or address B. BOKTOJf, Emporia, Lyon Co.. K.-.lt S. B. BIGGS, LaiS anQ issnraiieB Agent ABSTRACTS OF TITLE CARE FULLY COMPILED! Represents First Class Fire ; surance Companies. In- Corner of roarth aveaos aad Commsrciat St. V KMPOBIA, KANSAS.