Newspaper Page Text
S. B. BIGGS,
Land and Insurance AseaLl ABSTRACTS OF TITLE CARE FULLY COMPILED! . Represents irst- Class Fire surance Companies. In. Corner or fourth avenue ami Commercial 8. KM mm A. KANSAS. Medical. LEIS' DANDELION TONIC THE ' : Great Blosd ani LiTcr Pnrifier AND " if PURELY VEGETABLE. A preventive for Chills, Fever and Ague and sure run for Uy.pcpsla, Indigestion, I J o r Complaint. I leadai-he. Dizziness, ' Uu of Appetite, Lanifuor, Poor Stomach, eta .especially adapt ed lor K lilney Pineasce anl all Female Weakaeaa. Tba Dandelion Tonic l iriut'lially com posed of fresh Dandelion Hoot. Juniper Iter no. Ucd fentvian Bark, prickly Ash Bark, Iron and Alterative; alo as antl-achl, which will remove all belching sensetluae that are produced by sour stomach. Price $1 per bottle or 6 for $5. Manufactured solely a tbe laboratory of LEIS' CHEMICAL MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LA WHENCE. KANSAS. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. EMPORIA, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1881. Americas is tbe first to announce celebration of the 4Ui of July. . Tha mrawberry festival -la budding. Oct your smalt change ready, brrya. Moses Lewis, formerly with G. W Bennett, U Bow clerking Tor D. W. Jones tfcC'o. -- -' - Georjre Loom i a sat up -mil night with a finger with which he attempted U fool round ibe eou; wheel of a uuwr yetr jday. - Billy Arlington's minstrrla have en gaged Jay'a ilall for tbe evening of tbe 30th. They are Bald to be a first clays Xroope. .- ,, , . 1 Tbe theriff of Ureenwood county caiue op front t-ureka Thursday with three priaourrs leatinel for the penitentiary at Leavenworth. A lew pairs of California qnail, brought from the west by a Eureka gen tleman, attracted much attention at the 8.inta Fe depot Thursday. " .-.. !'- An examination of -all applicant for positions in the city schools will be held at the IJigh school room on Com. mercial street, on the 28th Inst. Messrs. N. E. and Elijah Weaver caught 100 pounds of fish at Patty's I mill the other day, and it wasn't much of a day for angling, either. . - . Aa Elegant Enlortn I imtal Wednesday evening of- last week the Iteaulifar new home of Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Wihley, at the corner of Sixth avenue and Union street,' was tbe scene of a delightful reception ex landed to the numerous friends of the popular ..host and hostess. The party embraced - married and yoong people, a pleasant combination which always pro. motes tbe enjoyment of both clastw-s. The house, which Is one of the neatest and most convenient dwellings in the city, Is admirably adapted for purposes of entertainment, and all of the hand some appartments bear the Impress of the nicest taste and . a thorough apprc. cialioo of the various accessories of a lovely home. .. ; , , . . -. ; " ' The pleasure' of the guest was en. hanced by tbe provision of ex cellent dancing music, and a com modious double room . afforded ample space for three quadrilles. A notable fesl are of the happy occasion was the handsome array of beautiful toilets displayed by the ladies, many of whom appeared In elegant silks and sat ins tastefully adorned with laces, flow ers and jewels. At about 10 o'clock a fine collation embracing a full variety of choice de licacies was served by competent wait, era. after which dancing was resumed which continued till after midnight. The charming character of the, evening was in perfect harmony with an enter tainment which was a grand success in every particular. ' The Lyon County Teachers' Institute will be LclJ in the new a.hool buildjog in this city, commencing on tbe 11th of July, and continuing four weeks. Tbe county clerk has received his bi ennial installment of "The Laws of Kansas," and parties entitled to copies can obtain thm by calling at bis office. W. A. Randolph filed his answer to day in the libel ease, brought against him some weeks ago by C. N. B terry. It is said to be "mighty interesting reading." ' ; ' - ' ' ; Tbe local grain dealers are agreeably surprised at the amount of wheat that is coming into market. One buyer has purchased about 2,000 Lashels ttbla the past ten days. Contract let. The building committee for the new M. E. church Wednesday night opened the bids for tbe building, pursuant to advertisement. There were two bids in for the entire work. That made by Charles 8igwald,of Atchison, was found to be the lowest His figures were $12, 850, for all except the glazing. This in. eluded the old building, which he esti mated at f 250. Tbe bid does not in. elude the glazing, heating or seating. I These will cost about . 2.000 more and i the whole amount to be raised will be about (14,600. . ' Mr. Slgwald's bid was regarded as very favorable, and was accepted, pro vided a sufficient amount of money can be raised to undertake the enterprise. Ttila (thurr.h ta nmnonnced br all who Tha cast for he military, drama o'l sve looked at the plans to be a very ,3 " A f ) V j: ( Whjr 8aflr Maia.'r . With the coBTul-lor. uasmodio torture of raver anil airna ami liillou remittent, whan lloaleuer'attuimacli bitten, ar k no wi edged lo ba a real curat We of malarial leerm, will eradidata Mia eaioa of o much tuCTerina-. No laea eOoctlve la Ihl beniicnant alterative In eaMMol ooatliatiun, lrWMla, liver com plaint, rheumatism, and In a-cntrnl detdlity and nervous weakness. Kor aalo by all drug s' lata and dealer generally. PDPLS INDORSED BY PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN. AND THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE. THE GREATEST MEDICAL TRIUMPH OF THE AGE. SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. XjOss of appetlta,Nauaea,bowela costive, Painln tnaITaaa,with a dull Impaction la tha back part, fafiTunder tha ahouVdar blax) a, full oeaa after eating, withadlain clinittiooio exertion of body or mint5 IrrttabUitjrof tampnr.Low apTrita. 6a of memory, with a fneling of havtaa neg looted some duty, weajineaarDSalpaaa, Tluttering of thoTTeart, Dota before tha eye..' Yellow BkinTHeadacherBaatleB IT TEZSS W AEirai 0B ARB VKKXXDXOt SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED. XU IT'S FILLS are aspaelally adapted a Such o,oue doaa effect tuehachaaf of faallna aa to astonish tha sufferer. Thsy Iwrreaae Ibr Arttattta, sod eanse the body to Take riMta, (bus tba system la Baartfed. and by tbvlrTostle Aealaaioa the DlffMii. OrnM Itawwiar SIssK arepro. ool. Pfl,- ' cents. WMswysl,".!. TUTT'S HAIR DYE, (Hi v H At i iir W M isk eaa rhanred to a Ousn Black bv x -inulx soltrattoii uf ibis Uva. It Imparts a iintund color, aula Instantaneously. sWiU bf ifruKtf-'.ur Mul by .,rs ue rscsiia f SI. Office, 35 Murray St., New York. -llfll' ItanhjU miU b writes ft SICK es I "The Color Guard," which is to be pro duced in this city by the Emporia Rifles on the evenings of the 25th, Sotb, 27th and 28th, has been nearly completed. e- . , r ; T The Hotel Coolldge, with character istic enterprise, hss already reported a birth within It walls, in the person -of a fine girl baby, the especial pride and de. light of A. T. Jones, tbe steward of the new bouse. , An insane man by the name of Thee. Nelson who has been boarding and lodg lng at the county Jail lot soma time past. Hskipped out" a few days ago, upon learning that bis ease was e be-sub mitted to a court of inquiry. , i. V The Kansas wool growers' association will meet in Emporia on the first day of June. A large number of representa tives from different parts of the state are expected and It will be a big advertise ment for Emporia and Lyon county. At the annual meeting of tbe directors of the Emporia hotel company held at fie Coolidge Wednesdsy, May 11, the following directors were elected for the ensuing year: D. W. . Iloldcrman, II. Dunlap, John Watson, II. C. Whitley and L. Severy. Tbe new board has not yet organized. B. F. Bartlett, architect, of the Arm of Bartlett & West, Des Moines, Iowa, who drew the plans of the new M. E. church, has been In town for several days, mak ing some changes desired by the build. log committee, and assisting at the let ting, etc The plans and specifications are regarded as very satisfactory by the committee, and Mr. Bartlett has given nearly a week of time in order to get everything in the best and most sat is fac tory shape. We believe Mr. B. to be a superior artist, and be has taken much interest In the success of this enterprise. tie believes lae new building will re flect credit on the community, as well as upon the architect. James B. Gordon, of St. Louis, who is interested with Mr. Sigwald in the con tract for the erection of the new Meth odist church, arrived in the city Thursday to "look the ground over." lie Is well pleased with everything. These gentlemen are now building a new Pres byterian church at Atchison at a cost of 18,000. They are contractors of long experience, and are gentlemen whose character and responsibility are endorsed as number one. fine one for the amount of money which It will cost, It will be one of the hand somest and most sabs tan ti ml improve ments In the city. Its erection would add to the value of every piece of prop erty in the city, to say nothing of the beneficial Influence it will exert in all coming time upon the religious and moral interests of the community. We unhesitatingly say this church ought to be built at once. It will be if all do their duty. The church itscit needs the new building badly. The town needs it. The money furnished for its erection will be spent here large ly. There is no good reason why the undertaking should not proceed at once. We do not believe our people will hesi tate to do what is plainly for the best in this important matter. We hope the solicitors will push the work vigorously and the subscriptions will be so . liberal aa to insure the success of the enter, prise, so that before another winter sets In we shall have added to the public buildings of Emporia another desirable, handsome and substantial church build ing, one that will be in keeping with the general enterprise and push of the town. - rERSOXAI. HEKTIO P. G. Ilallberg went west Friday on business. , , . . "; Captain 8. B. Warren went to Chica go yesterday. . - Mr. ami Mrs. C. M. Parker have rented rooms over Band rein's harness slore. Mr. J. B. 11 inkle and family are once more snugly fixed in their IxHue on Con stitution street. II.C Speer, State Huperintendent of Public Instruction, was in. tbe city Wednesday on business relating to our new school bonds. M'utfises Florence and Beatrice Guer rier, daughters of S. Gurrur, started Thursday for D s Moines, Iowa, where they will spend the summer. James II. Lynn, formerly of this branch of the M., K. & T. road, called at The News office Friday. His pres ent headquarters are at St. Louts. Mrs. G. W. Frederick started yester day for Colorado to join her husband. who is looking after the interests of the Lev at a Coal St Mining Company. Professor Sogard, of the State Normal, went east on the Santa Fe Thursday. II is destination is a matter of interest ing conjecture ainoug his many friends in this city. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bennett, who for merly resided in this city will shortly remove from Wichita to Lawrence, where their son Peerle will take a course in the State University. Rev. J. G. Shoemaker started Fri day for Tiffin, Ohio, to attend the Na tional Synod of the Reformed church which will be held at that place, begin, nlng on the 18th. During his absence his pulpit will be occupied by Dr. Bar Major C. Hood returned Thursday from a trip to Texas and the Indian Ter ritory where he has been looking after his extensive cattle interests. He reports things in fine shape, and looks the better for having roughed it two or three weeks. " Kansas City Journal: Mr. Frank Hills, formerly of the Cleveland Leader, is in the city visitiug the family of bis uncle. Col. Theo. S. Case. Mr. Hills is a promising and brilliant young jour nalist, and proposes to locate In Kansas City or in the neigh borood. George A. Ferdinand and his bride ar rived in this city Thursday, and have established themselves at. the pleasant residence of T. G. .Wibley where they have rented rooms. We welcome them In behalf ot their many well-wishers, to Emporia, and trust they may find in it a permanent and happy home. - ---A HorMbaelc Ride. - Last Saturday morning I mounted a pony at Madison for Virgil, eighteen miles away. Rode dowa on the west side of that very crooked river till with in three miles of the classical city. The hills. along the way are abrupt and rocky, but covered now with a beautifiv carpet of green. The valleys are narrow and very fertile. The' hills. arc lively with numerous herds of cattle and herd era. The farmers who have their corn HARDWARE. 'JEWELRY. J. M. GRIFFITH & CO., DEALERS IN planted are happyV Some fields of corn are coming up nicely ; so are the weeds. The prospect for' a good wheat crop could not lie better, though the acreage sown is not large:: It Is now believed the fruit crop will be immense. Let me relate .two scenes along the way: ' ' ' ' ' ' A ' ' ' :.l . In a ery narrow valley stands a very humble stone house. It is said that the man and his wifo carried, the stones in their hands and built it I should think there were five "or six acres of ground surrounded by a loose stone wall, about two acres of it spaded up and ia cultiva tion. 'When I passed the man was quar rying stone and his barefooted wife was turning up prairie sod with a spade. They are Germans. ; ! . A few miles farther on I saw a man marking corn rows with an old-fashioned shovel plow, while his wife was drop ping and his daughter was covering the' corn with a hoe. Such corn planters are growing rare these days. I ought to say that such farming as the above is not very common in the Verdigris Val ley. There are some very fine farms in this valley and they are very well cultivated.- - C.U.R. ; GENERAL HARDWARE; r; Iron and Stee!,.Naiis, Horchpe'CFincej Etix, Etc. Sole agents ill Emporia for THE Watehmaker : BIRD, . and Jeweler, DEALER IN AGENTS fV': WANTED TO SEtttl". ". lvery-ISay cyclopedia. liSErri. ISOWLKBCK for tha faBXEaV rr' Ilia rrhaatc Me tha Benlaexs Man, and for tha Beaaeaald. Kim mint maife knom. Amine, ot valuable information, fastest sellins i book ever poblUbtt.- For circulars and extra, t terms, addrrrn . t aiorrAT PU BUSHING CO.. SIO Pine street, et. Ixmis, Mo. Diamonds,; Kne Watclies and Jewelry. soLEi agent;;:.;: I :k.;s ?,t ! ' R0CKF0RD Deere & Cos Plows and Cultivators, Gdlpin SulJjPlo, ; : New Hoib am iiim Sewing UacMEBs, Champipn Reaper and Mower. i"rr ii -T 3 . FINE WATCH PATtKTCD lubricator ed Mica larfMirot pc aa cr uinsii mWwmWSf: Ocnsneeed Of powder- :sss. ti EPeT t.'."- ctvtws axie.ri Jiwina irnrrton sng nsmanma tna arm Itnan Irrfaror Dramia, and. ona box will da A Lancaster WATCHES.; Large. ntoek of Waltham, Kldn, Springfield. 111., Howard . ana Swiss Watclies, koiI and miver cases, tatties ' and gents sizes, always ou Iaud. -, v . i yj'JTy f, ,f ' ' i c?i IMiU Gearirjir, Xbreetuna- afanhtnes. Oom-PisntrS Currtsora. Bwim, ec eUi, ss for Wwns. It CUAKANTaEDtoeontalnnofetraleiim. Jar sals Tby alTftrsVclass dealers. IrunrlVM MICA MANWaCTUItlNB TO. J8I Michigan Svantie, Chkmgo. Illlnolavi wrrv; LANHRETHS' t Corner Ooi toroital Et EMPORIA; ,xaci 3Birlx Kansas:; Mi! tsraaaad Piioes. ECSSCESTlpGl OstaV AUWA ma mississ 111 I at sold in ABOUND TOWN. Canvas awnings are having a boom in Emporia. Tbe platform at the Santa Fe depot is undergoing needed repairs. D. C. McMurtrie is overhauling the water pipes at the Hotel Coolidge. - , . It is expected that the Franciscan con vent will be completed by . tbe first of October. The board ol education Is about mak ing a contract for a clock to be placed in the school house tower. A draft of the cast or front elevation of the prospective M. E. church is dis played in the window of the City Book Store. ' : ' ' Drain tile has been laid from the cel lar of the new school house to the Con gress street ravine. It has proved a very satisfactory experiment. . , All araiers, Metksrs. assists. Msa, icaclx or. slid mechanics, who srs liren out hy constants toil sihI worry, ssd sll who srs miserable wtllil !, sola, kaeaaiatlaai. Ksuralcla. alMs-l lsssasss.of with Bowel, kiaasf or LlvsrCeai-J ptalats you can oetnyicorntefi anqctircq pyusincs II yoH are waMtiiK away witb Coususitum, s-' mMts nukMU, sec, ci.ftipatioa or any stcsnr.. . if yus have )imtlc, and your blood escd. punfy me. m. will find 1'arkss's Cikgxb Tonic tlic Usst llsaltk a Streairth Rs.torsr yon can ase.l And 1st .upsriov te liittsrs, and Oliver l onicft. Ss, ii hiiild. ua tlis mien, but never is4eaisatss. It Uaaaai4 Us ad reds of Lives, and atajj Kara Veers. 1 Ruy a o ct. bottle and lie sure tn sigruuurs oil riivitionm!nTewajrr nsnTTTinK! iMmlMnl. 'jrra.JLs.aa.sA, 0 tiuiij r.ihaas 1 HAIXL BALSAI tZLVZ. TO NEItVOUS SUFFKKKltS. TIIK CHEAT KL'KOPKAN REMEDY. Da J. 11. bmraoM's bracirio MiMcmt-It IS a positive cnryrorwll nrrvons dlM'Ssw. ns mental anx. lety, Ioks of Ue muniory, pain ia back or aide ami diseases that load to con suaaption.in. aanityanil aa early grave. The Bpocino HeUicine la being tif rxl witn wonderful sue- feuuu, arss. PamnhleU tent free to all. Write for them and got lull particular! Prloa of spe cific, $1 per package, or aix package forSS Address all order to J B alMPSON MEDICINE CO., Mas. 104 and IDS atala bi , Boffalo, N. V. For tala by W. H Bisler, Einooria. Kaa. Hartford Call: We learn that the rain last Friday assumed the character of a water-spout at Mr. Karn's place. north of town. . Tbe water came down in such torrents that it washed the soil from the side ef the hill en which the house stands ss deep as plowed, also car. lying down a hog lot fence, together with the hogs. The onion picnic of Welsh Sunday schools, held at Soden's grove Thursday, passed off very pleasantly and was quite well attended considering the unprom ising aspect of the weather In the morn ing. There were representatives from most of the schools in and around Em. porla, and a general good time proved to be the order of the day. Edward Johnson, the' colored man whom Marshal Johnson and B. F. Ro maine arrested last week for carrying concealed weapon r, had a preliminary hearing before Judge Culver, upon the charge of making a deadly as. tault upon Mr. Romaine, and was bound over to district court in the sum of $300. In default of ball he was remand ed to the county jail. Is a oompoond of the virtues of saraaparllht, BTtillinKia, mandrake, yellow dock, with the iodide of potash and lrontll powerful blood- tnas-tnff,Ilnrrlw.rlng ,nf Uf eUStainiag el omenta. It la the puree t, safest, and ia a very way tha moat effectual alterative med icine known or available to the public Tha sciences of medicine and chemistry have never pcodooecl so valuable a remedy, not one ao potent to cure all diseases resultins from Lmpore blood. It cures Scrof ulav anil aer rcMuionsaiseutrij-yslpeinaj or St. Anthony's Fire. Vllnplea Iace grubs. Pustules, Ulotches, Boils, Tsunore, Tetter, Humors, Salt Uheum, Scavld-heaxI, IUng-wrm. IJleera, Sores, Khan mat I am. Mercurial Pis ease. Ness- llClay Kemale WeaUtnesses and lrres wlaritiea, Jaundice, Affections of the Kmaciatton, avad w. . . asisr, ajrwansipsiau Cteneral Uebiilty. By Its searching and cleansing qualities it purjrea out the foul eorruptiona which contaminate the blood, and cause derange ment and decay. It stimulates and enlivens the vital functions. It promotes energy and strength. It restores and preserves health. It Infinna new Life and vigor throughout the whole system. Mo sufferer from any disease which arises from impurity of tha blood need despair, who willgive Aran's SAssarAan. ut a fair trial. Bemember, the earlier the trial, the speedier the cure. Its reef pa has been furaUhed to physicians everywhere; and they, recognising its supe rior qualities, administer it in their practice. For nearly forty years Arm's rSAXSArA mu has been widely used, and It now poa an race the eonfldenoe of millions of people who have experienced benefits from Its marvellous curative virtues. , Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Practical and Analytical ca am lata, ' " Lowed, Mast. sols st u MTvetrrs raaTWBBjaa. Wilson County Citizen: Mrs. Bug gies, wife of the late R.M. Itagglea,the eminent Emporia lawyer, arrived In Fredonia yesterday, but went over to Altoona to see her sister Mrs. Elmira Brown. In 1864 Mrs. Haggles Uught school in a rural district near Emporia ia which the writer was enrolled as a scholar, and we vividly remember that corporal punishment was in rogue. ' A aasrasslasi of Waal. We learn from a gentleman In this city that on Monday of last week W. N. Oodley, a shoemaker of Parsons, died after a very brief Illness. On the suo ceeding Sunday his only son, who was present at his father's funeral, died very suddenly, and within a week his wile was buried beside him,' making three deaths in one family within a fortnight The literary entertainment at the Welch Presbyterian church .Thursday evening was a thoroughly enjoyable af fair, and merits favorable notice. The programme consisted of music and rec itations and essays. Among the latter was a well-prepared and comprehensive history ol the Sunday school front the dale of its Inauguration by Bobert Raikea, np to the present time, by David D. Jones. The entire affair was enter taining and instructive and proved aa occasion of much interest to all who were present, At the recent meeting of the grand commandery of Knights Templar at To peka, the following grand officers were selected for the ensuing year : Andrew M. Callahan, of Topeka, grand com. tnander; Sylvester W. Johnson, of Otta wa, deputy grand master; ' Samuel R. Peters, of Newton, grand generalissimo; James C Oreenawald, of .-Atchison, captain-general; Her. J as. M. Doherty, of Ottawa, prelate; Henry M. Wallets, of Independence, senior warden; Jacob DeWitt, of. Saline, junior : warden; Christian Beck, of Leavenworth, treas urer; John H. Bryant, of Wyandotte, recorder; B. H. Longdoa, of Fort Scott, standard-bearer; W. L. Onrbett, sword bearer; 8. W. Hunt, of Lawrence, war den; Robert Edwards, of Topeka, sen; tine!. : ' . ...',' ... . Unable to Aaiaa. Commonwealth: The jury In the case of Wm. P. Herrington, on trial for shooting Charles Avery, were discharged at 9 p. m. Wednesday, being unable to agree upon a verdict. It is understood that upon their last ballot four were for conviction of some degree, and eight for acquittal. The defendant will now be admitted to bail. The case, of coarse, is not ended ;' but the present trial was a most remarkable one. The homicide was never denied, but from the very moment of the shoot log Mr. Herrington claimed that he fired the slot in defense of bis own per son, and to save ' his own life. Unfortunately for him, however, be had gone away from his own premis es, and to the farm of Wesley Edwards (the prosecuting witness), for the pur pose of taking forcible possession of a cow and calf which Mr. Edwards had recently taken from 'Mr. Herrington's herd in the absence of Mr. Herrington and which he had refused to give up on Mr. Herrington's demand ; and that this fact led the general public at once to think that the homicide was wholly in. excusable.' The examining magistrate committed him without bail, and after. ward, upon application to the district judge to be admitted to ball, the appli cation was denied. This was followed by a -like application to the supreme court, and bail was again refused. As a consequence Mr. Herrington haa been confined ia jail since July last. At the present term of our district court, the case came on for trial. It took four days or more to impannel a jury, owing to the popular prejudice against the defendant. But a jury was finally selected, and it is said that no better jury was ever impanel ed in this county. The taking of the : evidence, and the arguments of counsel occupied - twelve days. The theory of the prosecution was, that the homicide was unprovoked and inex cusable. The theory and claim of the defendant was, that, conceding that he was a trespasser and a wrong-doer, as. re spected Wesley Edwards, because, ad mitting that tbe cow and calf belonged to Mr. Herrington, he ought to have tak en legal proceedings to have obtained possession, as to Charles Avery he had committed no offense, and had made no attack upon htm. Avery and some three Or four other men were In the employ of Mr. Edwards. They had made an an successful attempt to prevent Mr. Her rington from taking the cow and calf away. It was further contended by the defendant, that after Herrington had completed his trespass, and had with drawn from aggressive or unlawful meas ures or purposes, Mr. Avery and the oth er men there, upon Mr. Edwards' prem ises, assaulted him with clubs and stones, and followed np such assault until ia self-defeaaethe defendant fired the fata shot. . It is not our purpose to argue the correctness or incorrectness of either theory. Whether the claim of the pros ecution is right, or whether the claim of the defendant ia right, is a question for the court and a jury to settle, and we suppose it will be settled at the next term of the court in September next. At the trial just closed, all the jurors voted - upon - their last - ballot - for tha acquittal of Mr. Herrington, ex cept four; and two of these are said to have favored some degree of manslaugh ter only. The case was most ably and earnestly prosecuted by A. II. Yanae, county attorney, assisted by Colonel Friedrich. The defense was conducted by Messrs. A. H. Case and W.C.Webb, and they have won great credit ia view of the great odds against them at the commencement of the trial. When the jury were discharged yes terday, the defendant's counsel immedi ately asked that their client be admitted to bail. Judge Morton said that the de fendant was now entitled to be admitted to bail, and that he would fix the amount of bail to be given to-day.' Upon giving bail Mr. Herrington will be discharged from custody, and the case will go over until tbe next term for further proceed, lugs. : . .'" - ': ' Msay persons take medicine for their all menu and aa soon as they feel better they disregard all directions and stop taking It. They try it again and again, ana nnauy tnrow It as hie aa wortuleaa, when, had it been persevered in from the from the start, a permanent cure would have been effected- Now in taking Prickly Ash Bitters for all complaints of the stomach and bowels, remember to give the medicine a chance and don't , expect one or two doses to core you. - I res- IHFBOVEMEKT8, D. W. Eastman is remodeling his idence on Neosho street. Evan Davis is laying the foundation for a new residence on South avenue. Frank Harris has erected a neat frame dwelling east of Fremont Park on Union street. ' R. F. Hughes has put .an addition to his house at the corner of First avenue and Union street. J. B. Hinkle has just completed some handsome improvements on his resi dence on Constitution street. W. J. Jones is enlarging and repairing his house at the corner of South avenue and Mechanics street. Mrs. Mary Evans is erecting a neat frame dwelling on State street, between Fourth and Fifth avenue. The Baird Brothers are painting their handsome new residence at the corner of West street and Ninth avenue. The elegant residence -of Col. II. C. Whitley is being further improved by the addition of a handsome verandah. Wm. Bernyman has added an attrac tive front to his residence on Market street, between Eleventh and Twelfth avenues. The brick work of T. D. Bragunicr's new brick business building below the railroad, is completed to the top of the first story. Mr. Harper bos just completed a fine new residence on . the cast side of Mer chants street, between . Tenth and Elev enth avenues. Harry Norton has papered, painted and otherwise improved his res! estate office in the Ruggles & Plumb block, making it one of the pleasantcst in the city. - . ..: TRACK TOPICS. . The Missouri Pacific railroad com pany has leased the Missouri, Kansas and Texas railroad, which it has oper ated since the latter road was taken from the hands of the Union Trust com pany In December of last year. The k-a has been approved and signed by the officers of both companies, and will be submitted to the stockholders for rat ification on May 18. It is understood that the lease is a virtual continuation of tbe present agreement, by which the Missouri Pacific operates the road and pays to the company the net earnings. The Missouri Pacific directors are making every exertion to induce the gov erning committee of the stock ex change to act at its earliest convenience apon - the application to increase the Missouri Pacific stock to $30,000,000. But owing to a special meeting having been called of the governing committee to organize its various committees for the year, it is believed the matter will be laid over until next week. It is claimed that the Missouri Pacific in. crease is really a decrease of capital when., the Iron Mountain road Is ab sorbed Into its system. Bemlntaencea of Kin porla. Judge L, D. , Bailey, an "old timer," editor ef the Lawrence Daily ' Tribune, was present at the opening of the Hotel Coolidge, and furnished his paper with a glowing account of that, affair. The Judge was a resident of Emporia pre vious to our admission as a state and while here was struck . with . the great change which Jiad taken place since the early days, and this brought on him the mood for reminiscence?. We quote from the Tribune: - Tribune readers will pardon me for writing so much in regard to Emporia, for I feel a sort of paternal interest in her history. I first saw the infant town in August 1857, when she had but four bnildiugs of any size. in the center of her mile square of vacant lots. These buildings were two small one-story frame stores, a two story frame hotel, a two-story frame printing office, both of the latter unfinished, barely weather-boarded and rooted In, and both still standing and in use, though pushed back from their respective corners. .. I have lived in Kansas more than .tweuly four years and dealt largely in real es tate, while the laying out of new towns has been the rage, and yet 1 never own ed a town-lot in but three towns in my life, namely Emporia, Lawrence and Lyndon, all three the prosperous county seats of three great counties. Emporia was my first love and I cannot look upon her wondrous growth with out a feeling of pride bordering on en thusiasm.'! have still another reason for rejoicing in her prosperity. I made a prophecy of great things in her behalf, that doubtless seemed extravagant to those who heard it, but is now justified hv her snlendid frrowth. I will tell the storv of that prophecy and close this letter already too long. It was on the 4th of July 1858. We had made great preparations to celebrate the nation's birthday, and lion. Martin F. Conway was to deliver the oration. We knew there would be a very large crowd in attendance, for it hod been well advertised and there was to be a free dinner for all comers! Free din ners in those days were Bure to draw. Mr. Conway came the day before hand, but ho said he had prepared no ad dress not expecting to meet . more than a hundred or two in so small a place, and we were afraid the intellectu al part of the feast would fall below the expectation of the audience. It occur, red to me to write something to pass for poetry; which would flatter the vanity of each locality represented, and tend to conciliate good feeling towards the town, which was not then, but hoped to become, the county seat, so I wrote at midnight a column or two of doggerel entitled "Words of Welcome" or some thing of the sort, had it handed np to me as "president of the day" and read it from the platform as an anonymous pro duction, just seen for the first time. It took very well, for the audience had no time to criticise, and were too good na- tured to do so. It dwelt upon the trials and sufferings of the Kansas pioneer, and then drew a hopeful prophetic picture of the future after this manner: Are also sole agents in Emporia for the celebrated Glidden's Steel Barbed 186a::; T.3TR1PS:' .1881. ! The Oldest Jewelry House in Emporia.; ,. i "RRT1 A PTiTRTTTi'.Tl TIM 1 R fifV l ill ' '1 ;-;; j- MyAUWMMuui ut- awvv r e R Ce " W .TO s I Carries the largest stocki of first class goods tne city at pnces as low as tne lowest. i MM4 Cart tar t SrMn te tt Umttmd -Ti, DAVID UAHlttUIkiOc aMiiwa,Tw . Lwgstl Motion. . ' -- Notice. EafPOBlA, Kansas, Aorilrt. 1SS1. Notice is hereby given that the following described school lands, aituated ta Lyon county, Kansas, will ba offered lor sale at Kblie auction, at m v- otlice in the court use in iuaporia, an Saturday, the SMh day ot VI ay, A. i. 1S1; said sale to he own for blis irotn iu o'cioca a. m. until s o'clock p. in Description. 8. T- Neqrof w qr Sii 19 Nworolswar Sri 19 Seqroftwqr SS 19 swqrotswqr r... SB jy Swurofeaqr, 8u 19 Ad. Val. B. W acre. 11 5 00 IS 5 00 13 fi 00 12 5 0 13 00 WATCH " REPAIRING, A SPECIALTY! All Work -Warranted First , Class. wITIS U. W. EASTMAN. Treasurer of Lyon Co , Kansas. The original patented wire. SEWING MACHINES. LEWIS LUTZ, OFMli! loalor izx rXARDWARE, TVTAILS, aLn.1. CUTLERY, JLM s teel; ETC. CUTLERY, JLN IRON, Full Line of MUZZLE AND BREECH-LOADING V Shot-Gains and Rifles, Webber AND Shutter Wagons. WEIR AND MOLINEl Plow Co. Agricultural . ; . -Implements, The celebrated IIAIS1I Steel IFire, Stover and, Perkins Wind mills, full litt- of Hazard Gunpowder tit Kansas ' - City Prices, ?. tc, cCc. 'n.'..;, Sixth Avenue Hardware Store. SMITH & H ATTi, . DEALERS IN" rt 1 . r- HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS & FARMING ! TOOLS. AGENTS FOR McCORMICK REAPERS," MOWERS and SELF-BINDING HARVESTERS, HAPGOOD SULKY PL0WS,IXLGEAIN C DRILLS and the KANSAS WAGONS. i . i (ini'.i - ut i-t "i '! -( I : ; r 1 " Administrator's Notice. Notice is hereby alrea that the undersigned baa been appointed administratrix of the es tate of Edward Kvans, deceased, by the pro bate court of Lyon county, Kansas; and that tbe baa given bond as such administratrix and uualilled according- to law. UAKTIIA KVANS, Administratrix of the estate of Kdward Ky- ana. deceased, wiots Road Notice. Hotice is hereby iriven that a petition baa been presented to the board ef county com missioners of l.yon county, Kaasas.asaing for the location of a county road, aa follows, to wn: ixHnineacmjr at tuu soumcasi cor ner of the northeast quarter of section 10, biwnship in, range 10; thence north on tbe section line 1 miles to the northeast corner of aection 4, township 14. range 10, to inter sect the Alius and Americus road; ah-o to al low parties interested to maintain gates. ABti upon saia proposed road tne ooani ap pointed the following viewers. U. Itabaun, John K. Moys and Hubert Wells, to meet at the begiuning ot said road on theSlstdayof Slav, A. 1. 1BH1. at 10 o'clock a. m , and In conjunction with thecounty surveyor to view, locale and survey said road, and to give all parties a bearing, ity or.lrr or tbe ikmim. 19 ao vv m. '. aiwi fiSO, County Clerk. THE LIGHT-RUNNING NEW HOME. ! rr :; J, M. UKIFFITHI& CO. Agents. Road Notice. Notice is hereby siren that a uetittoii ba liern presented lo Ute ltoard of t;outv na -niisaioners of Lynn county, Kansas, asking lur the location or aeoanly road as lollows, to-wit: commencing at tbe northeast corner of the southwest quarter of section 1:1, town ship in, range iu, t Hence west ono-natt nine to tbe northeast corner of the southeast quar ter of section 14, township 18, range 10, thence north on section linn, as near as practicable), one mile to the northeast corner of the south east quarter or section II, township IS, range 10. Aad upon said proposed road the Hoard appointed the rbllowiug viewers: L. A. Wood, John W. -Ley sad William Morgan, to meet at the beginning of said road, on tbe 4th day ot June, A. D. lH8l,at 10 o'clock a. lu , and in conjunction with tne County Survey or, to view, locate and survey said road, aad to give all parties a hearing. Hy order of the Board. WM. V. KWING. ; 1U-20 County Clerk. CLOTHING. Nature: takes on the garb of Spring and, the Road Notice. Notice is hereby given tbat a f is . U . Cincinnati; Clothing House SMITH-& Suceeaaore So 8. JJ. HAIIi, - " Snaltli Cav. FURNITURE. . Manufacturer's of and dealers in 7. -y, . ' ' ' ' 't -"' "' '- I , r- . Ir ..: - ,f,,. t FURNITURE OF ALL EINDS! prepafes-td clotlie the people of Emporia and L-yon and adjoining - counties in .seasonable1 attire. .-" .1 :r -a.' . to petition has been presented to the' Board of County com missioners of Lyon county, Kansas, asking for the vacating and location of a county road as follows, to-wit: Commencing at the south-" east corner of section f, township 17, range , 10, thence north on the aection line, as near as practicable (except when certain stone fences may be located on or near said section line, when said road may all go on the east side of said fences), to the northeast corner of section f, township 10, range 10, and to vacate all ortiont oi a roau in tne west partoi section i, aadtheeast part of section 19. township IS, range 10 not on tha section line. And uion said proposed road the Hoard appointed tbe following viewers : Mores- Sargent. Uibson Mweet and Wm. Wayman, to meet at the be 5 tuning of said road, on the secend day or ' una, A. D. 1k81, at lO o'clock a. m., and in I conjunction with the County Surveyor, to ' view, locate ana survey aatu roau, anu to give all parties a hearing. By order ot the Board. l- . WM. F. EWLNU, County Clerk . Manufactory: at the Emporia Water Power Fur- za Trr. j -i 1.1.' -m ? i- xubure j? actory, one miie soum pi riTnporxa.. ,. NewGoods i - 'Ija'te ;?Stylesand :v - LOW Prices -ii'iu;, i 3 . r..,t -Hi ; ARE VBOUNDj tTO WIN. Road Notice. hereby riven that a itetitlon baa tue uoard or txmnty um- r 1 ' -. -! it o I Notice is been nresenteil to misaloners ot Lyon county, Kansas. asking tor tne looauonot a county roau. aa lottows, to-wlt: Commencing at the northwest cor ner af aection IS, township 21, ran re 18, tbenee east on tha aection line, as near as riracticable, to tbe northeast corner ot sec ioa IS, township SI, range 13. And upon said ' I tne ttoaru appointed tne dhow s' viewers: A. D. Chambers, U. . V anstckle aad J. C. Cooley, to meet at the bcKinuing of said road on the ninth day ot June, A. l , 1881, at 10 o'clock a. m ., and in conjunction With the County Surveyor, to vie w. luoate and survey said road, and to give all panic a itlT n ,1,- M - .... t-1 tbllairfelrf a toas Sales-room and store: No. 164 Commercial street.' When Kansas, ciiild Of turmoil and of blood. Shall stand estate in freedom's slstcrboou; Then shall Emporia, so Hope whispers still. Crown with ber dwellings all this goodly bin: .- .... ITcre shall proud Commerce hold ; Here Industry walks hand iu hand with Art; Hero star-eyed Science fix her chosen stat. Humanity here II nd a sure retreat: Here pure Religion fans her holy fires. Here rear te mules, bere erect her snirei To point tbe wayward heart the narrow road That leads lo rhappines l I Ji ! Call and examine our stock. We mil quote, prices that will surprise you. ' ; ti :l - tl Out bearing. is-ju Here rear temples, bere erect her spires. appiness and -leads to God.',' The Emporia of to-Uay more than jus tifies the hopeful prophecy of twenty three years ago. The new congregational church (Dr. Cordlcy's) is an ornament to the city, and the new Methodist churcli, now building, will probably be etill more so, while the new Catholic Cathe dral and Convent, Uio new railroad de pot, and half a hundred new dwelling houses keep up the boom. UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT. JSa A A C. A a J vsiTA-ec-- ja.",.T'. : , There is honor among cut-throats. : A Nerada paper says it Is mean to murder a man in the dark. . Hotels. HOTEL COOLIDGE, Our undertaking department Is complete ami provided with all the appliances necessary ler taking care of the dead. A FULL LINK OF it KTALL1U CASES. Orders by telegraph promptly atcenaeu to. vans as any time, nignt or Monday, prom Charles Wolf; residence corner of Fourth avenue and Market street. Calls at any time, night or ftanday, promptly attended so by Mr. u asriei street. ARNOLD & CO. WILLIAM CLARKE, new stocks of ClothingiiHats, Caps; Gents Furnishing H Goods:W or the SPRING trade, are now arriving daily ats., . ; i- i- : " '- ; ' - . " -' ! . . I or before the and we are prepared to convince our patrons triat .they: can make their spring purchases of us to the best possible advantages ' I Call and see us. We take pleasure in show- . mour goods and quoting prices. , . "i ';fhe;Cincih Ja JEESS, Proprietor. Bv onlcr of the Board. WM. V. WiNU, County Clerk. Notice. To O. J. Hunt, H. L. Story and John N. Spin ning: You and each Of you are hereby notlOod that you have been sued la tbe district court of the state of tVie state of Kansas, held in aad for Lyon eoaaty, in an action wherein ' L. D.Jacobs it plaintiff, and O.J. Hunt, II. L. Story. U. E. licatcs, J. si Harvey and John N. Spinning are defendaata; that tha petition in said action was uieu in said court roi ataren, a. it. issij tnat you umnst answer said ietitionou SOtb day of June. A. O. 1881. or said petition will be taken as trua and judgment will lie remler etl accordingly against said 0. J. Hunt for HM3 St) and Interest thereon at 11 per cent, per annum from October 2s, lw. claimed by said plaintiff aa due and unpaid upon a certain promlsory note executed by said Hunt and M. uunt so ptatncin, aacea risnusry t, ims anil costs of suit, and fur iuda-meat and decree atnst all ol said defendants lor the fore- osureof a eertaia mortvaa-e executed bv said 8. A. sad O, J . Hunt to said plaintiff lo wcaro asui uuw, umw iw huu January i, MHO. aad duly recorded in the oaiceof the register or aeeaa in ana tor i.yon county. Kansas, on LHwember 8. 1880. in book N of mortgages, at page S43 and for the sale of tbe .1 at-ri ' Kansas, on LHwember 8, 1880, in book N of , mortgages, at page ats ana tor tne sale or tne mortgaged premises therein mortgaged aad described, to-wit: Tbe south half of the north east quarter and the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter of aection twenty-one (ill, township nineteen (19), of range twelve (13). and Ave (6 aeresof timber, being the same Bra (t) acres conveyed to it. P. buow by deed dated January 4. 167. and recorded In book H, page 170, la tba- onice of tbe register of Ths Lceelag Betel ef 1hs ritr. ' Kaems Ka Kalte with atatha. Large Sample Boams ea Flrxt Flosr. . Barber haaa, UUUara Botm.Me. Emporia. Kansas. - . : 15. K. CKILET A CO Proprietors. DEALER IN Undertaker's Street. 'Commercial Saar Uesitlencc, corner of Rural street and Fourth a venae. I day or night. FURNITURE, Goods, Mirrors, &c, ? North ; of tli News Office. Calls altemied at any hoar. LUMBER. Hartfer Newa. 'N " EOITEO BT JISOO. Fbiday, May 13. Dr. 8. P. Reser and -wife, of Neosho Rapids, were visiting la this place' yes terday. . . .Joseph Campbell, assessor of Elmendaro township, will complete his work to-day, and probably make his re port to-morrow .George Suttlcy who recently returned from Leadrille, has moved into Dr. Sutton's houne, near the Hartford House. .. .John Wolgamulh, baving recently built a new bouse In the east part of town, is having it plas tered and otherwise improved.... W. A.. Baysinger has recently Inclosed a small tract of land lying between the townsite and the Neosho on the east, com pletely surrounding the city, rendering it impossible to get oat of town except through lanes, some being fenced for miles. Most of the land ia being im proved by new comers. . . .The father of G. W. Fullen arrived bere some time since from Tennessee, and after .looking about for some time, baa concluded that Kansas is tbe "Italy of America,! and baa purchased Joshua Duran's land ly ing east of town and will soon CMn menm the erection of a dwelling.... Some lin: ago. several bales of barbed wire wer; stolen from the bard ware store of V. P. Gould & Ctx, and recent ly they were found near . Madison by a eon of Jacob Holderman, in a ravine near the bouse of tbe parties suspected of the theft. Mr. Gould will go dowa to claim the wire. Park Place Hotel. : EMPORIA, KANSAS, Opposite A., T. F. E. R. Depot First Clais la All Its apaalatmratB. THE TR0TTING-BRED STALLION, BEN, HARRISON, At Emporia, Kansas. && YOUNG. BKN HAKKISON will make the season of ismi at tne aixta avenue atawes, opposite the new achool house. Osseaimoa: Ren Harrison is a beautiful sorrel, weighs LSOO pounds, flat-boned, heavy, muscle, good style and action, ami shows good trotting gait. PasiOBkKr Ben Harrison was bred by James Wiiaoa, of Kushville, Indiana, aired by Wilson's ' Blue Hull." he by "Old Blue Bull," the reputed sire of many fast paeen ; dam by "Copper Bottom," second Jam by ' Ramsey's Eclipse," be by "American Ecliaae." V Uson'a Blue Bnll was got by Old Bine Ball, there pated sire or many fast pacers; dam by Ii lack nose, son ot atedoe,outof Lney, by Orphan : Sd dam. Lady any : 9d dam, afav rfa,by alelzar. htedoc, by American Eclipse, out of Young atabt of tbe oake, by imported Kxpeditian M dam. Maid ot the Oaks, imported Spread Eagle; Sd dam. Annette, by Shark. Amerioaa hclipaa, by ouroc, oat of Mil ler's . Iiaaasel. by Imp. alesaenger; Sd dam. Imported mare by English Fot-S-os ; 3J datn by tiimcraek; 41 h asm. Snap, by Snap Dragon . . f. . iHiroo, by Imported Diomcde, aut of Aman da, by Grey Diomede; Sd dam by Virginia Cade; Sd dam by Hickman's Independence tb dam, Doily rine, by imported Silver Eye. ate-, etc.. - . . . A reference te the 1:30 list of trotters is sufficient to convince the most skeptical of thesaperiority ot the Blue Bulls aa race horses: Will Cody, S:1S; Chance, t-JOHt Ki chard, s-l; Silverten. X; Ktsie Good! aithel. S-33; Kata nail, J-.24; Rutsell. t-JtH; Kd. Wilder, 9da; Sheridan, t:Hi; alila C 1J6V: Bertie. t Jrt Kate Bennett, lJt': Little Wonder, S:BS; Dosn Pedro, :9(h Klla W tlson, t :3U; I'urtiy, :3; JenDM. 1M). , Blue Bulls are naxut al-bora trotters. They take to the trotting gait as naturally, or in stinctively, as a dack does to water, and it Is safe to say tbat not oae of then was ever foaled that could not, by reasonable train ing, trot a mile in three m in ntes, or better. They are proverbially 'level-beaded," ai wa a ready aad willing ta do to the exteataf their ability, and when in condition were never known to exhibit tbe white feavtber, ao matter how long tba raute. - Tfcltats to iasare; parting with tba mare pntittreiy forfeits: the insurance, aad ta, money U then duo All accidents ami escapes at theewner'a rUk. StOBJHeia'sYeirCtee! " Second Hand Goods Bought a and Sofdl ntghest mnrket price paid is cash for rags, oM iron, eotpcr. brass, xiae and lead, atvery body invtt! to give as a call. Sixth avenue, eae-hair btuck eaatot Commercial street. GOKMAhl A Bi.isair. UtltSissiiles; SasD. Docn; BLIKDS fi-i rV ,.oft St. and ' ' ' O- Q 3 .. - ' - ; : '-;-;vg K EMPORIA, - - KANSAS. .'tzj , kair, pusTER, LIHE.7 ' ''cmml DATE A. PAtoTE .... .... - ......... . . - Salesman for WHITE A- HOLMES. 7 , ... 4 .j lv, fu tit -ftf ci H ii t-i.. LIYE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS! : .Kansas- City, Mo -"j. -i tMEOICAL. Mlciae TSrea1 merits mxut pleasmstt tlte tx&. For Sale hr all Irv""tst3. Price. fTLCO rf T?' .-, t -i ..i-.: fv:'- I Waavl K .; ..- , I '-. ! ' - : '"' j ''"-- 4. , is . - ... -. 'i; -;rr . fi". I hi lr.r!s-'! ' . . '. ' 1 " '"' . deeds of said Lyon county, aad by said snow and wile eoavayed to a... a. Wasarbary, a inowa Of oeea reeoruea in hook a or aoe-l. age 6M of said register's office, and by said Water burr aad wife conveyed to L. I) Ja cobs, as abown In deed recorded in book X. lESRGHANTi STATTiORS, ClbtWiig, Gent's'BHiriite iand r Z Caps,Boi3te mud Shoes,1 Tranis X LARGEST sSTOCKUN ABOVE? LINES IN THE CITY! Comer of . Ctmxntereial Sim maul . fifth 'Ave. Emporia, Kansas. STOVES AND TINWARE.- -Vi J. .. ....... .fc'l.l.l.MI .V'r--4-.X Kj , H"l'" . : A Full aai a Lin of Pumps, Etc X- rerMfcMtJKTRiE fi -r Lale Brcner Ss McMsrfrie, has establlshed'a fatf :ir., Stove ejidTi S I i--4Ji,4.i Tf Jif I j i il-,tr-tf , .t:.ti-.f iiu ;ii. i T . -.iifl.-. . i!.-. ., rr -. HALLBERG STOlJE BUILDING, . Mil ". r?.t .t i-rr4tJu 1 tX;-:-iililt - 3i -si? I t-t. tj a-ri ti ' EMPOSIA. KANSAS. tjt i . v . ' - . - j-. Bay the old reliabte Coot: Store,' SUl3tRIOrt. If yoe want a good Cook Man few wood aad ooal buy tho HCOXIaV- IT -i "- '' 'Rlanufacfufcrof aBd'tfeaiSf In rC : HESS, SSiDDHS ; I : AND OOIMBSt -"-'"'i -bridles.' 'whips; r&c; kmtsi i,..MrBB -bes -Atsoiettmn or- : . FLY NETS AND LAH ROBES. -V Uncls Sara's Harness Cii - always on hasd. Repairing dene neaily - and cheaply. Ait. work warraBted. . , I page fioti of said register's ofllee, and the ap-: plication of Ibe proceeds thereof to tbe nar. meat aad satisfaction or aatd plantlS's said BOacv eiaim and-eosta of salo. aAd debarriaa-. and foreclosing said defendants and each of tbemerand Irons any aad all rls-ht. title. lien and interest in and to said real estate ami . tor ail Just and proper relief In the premises. abu ywu are isruwr nmiueii i.si saw tiiacrurs . court na duly apimlnted a receiver lo aahi ac tion to take charge ef said real estate. . bCOTT LYNN. wlHIS AttorBCTtfor rialntifl" '' '. SlierifTs Sale,, .' . . . . S i. afcalabOB Vt'A.N. Hanna, et al nouee it aereor riven tnat ur virtue or an - order of sale iasuad out af the ftfUt Judicial district court or Lyon county aad state of me directed, I will, on Monday, the Sth day of Jane. A. D. lWt, at 10 o'clock a, m , at the trout door ot the court house ia tha eity of Emporia, Lyon county. Kansas, offer for sale aad sail at public anetion, to tbe bigbest bid- ' der for cash, all the right, title and iaterest of tbe said defendant, A.N. Hanna, in and to the following described real estate, se.witi The west bail of tbe northwest quarter of section twenty (SO), township twenty (30), range -twelve (Hi. in Lyon county, Kansas, said property to be sold as the property of the said d.rut.t l Cil. Hilt nMM w ,.i. - J. B. hfOON. - -'- SheriS of Lyon County, Kansas. neeting 01 ine itoara ox Equ&iiza- UVU, Notice to the tak-payers of Lyon eouaty, ' , Kansaas You and each of yon are hereby notified that tba board of county commissioners of Lyos county will meet at the eeanty clerk 'a atfic in tbe city of Emporia, on tne 6tb day of June, A. D. 11 at 10 o'clock a. m. as a board of equalisation, thea and there to equal iae the personal property asaessmeat tor tax ation as returned by tbe several assessors of Lyon county for the year WM. . ,. - -- Wat. y. KWING. uis-wuts iaonty uerx oix.yoa ce., a. , u,,-:- sherijTi Sale. - Wm. Evatt vs. l. s. Gllmore at af. : ' ' Notice is bareby siren that by virtwe of an . order of saia issued out of the fifth Judicial . district court, of Lyon county and ' state of Kansas. fn tba abova entltlx! causa ana ta ma directed. I will, aa Monday, tna sota day of May, A. I. lsl, at li . 'dock a. at the front door ef tbe court tom sa sua easy on atm porta. kywa county, tuu. offer for saia asui alt aa aitMi. - W - " - IW mill. SMI ,110 right, litis end littere ef the said defendants ' ia and to toe following described real estate. . saw undivided half of 64 feeton from tha west . aad af iota hi aad St. all en Maehaaios ttrees. ' ta tbe eltycffcnporia. iutu. Saidnrooertr . toaesoUfastbe prftnerty of said delendaatts to satisfy said order of aaie, J.B.KQOK, ' gneriATof Lyon county, Kansas. , AprUaVliteiL - wllU ".; Sherifff Sale. , , . , J.C. Smith vs. A.N. Hanna et at.r -' Motiee ia hereby given that by virtue of an ' order of sale tssuoufoutof tba rifth JndieiaJ. 4 District court of Lyon eouaty, Kaasaa, ia the . above as titled eaosa, aad to ne directed, I . wiiLata ioalay, the SOtb -day of kiay, a7i. test, at U ocook a. m., at the trost Uoor ef the eosrt house ia tha city of Emuoria. Lvon - vwhh.. i. 1 whvx uiu , r 1 1 a puo- lie auction, to tha biglieet bidder, for cash, ' ail toe right, -title and interest of the said de- ' realaavata, to-wlt: Thirty-six (SS) acres of tea avortheast onarter or aectioa ten (10K ' townsbln aiaeteea ( W). ranro eleven (11): . Arta,MM...Saa aa A nni nr aa Kklft a.it i - ' nwrtheast comer and upon the north line ef said section tea; thence running west He mass Ihnnce rtiaalne smrth loU rati - uumm . running eactas rods; thence running north loft rods to the place of begiaaing in Lvon eonaty, Iimwm; except that pertma tbereof known aa lots Kos. 9. 11 and lit in Hubs', ad- " to ba told aa the property of she said delead- , nets., t saukfy sud Ciuar or uie. - - , ' 4 . 4. JavJji, ShertS of Lroa county. Kaa?as.. April an, ioal. . . . .wtiti.