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Additional Locals on the Fourth Page. Maw Advertisements This Wek. r.ooH anil shoe. Rod Kiont. l-ow pricer Tatham . "o Mia - Wrooery store. Bargains O. V. Mvjcr Wood County! Its. . Koad notices W.'. Kili( l Uu r J tinker. 'Stray-E. Wheeler. Hoods, nnbiaa, tic, at Tuiuaiu's. Big bargain in cashmeres at Sawyer's. Calf alute of rvi-rv kiml at Hie Ued Fronl. Lltrarv lainiM worth ', oly at the OUc store. ritlfcburg and I-i. Brown & Go's. ;li Valley coal nt 8. Bovs Boots A large Red Front, Emporia. assortment at Blankets, comforts very low at Sawyer's. and bed spreads WAWTKr Ten cords of dry IT ackberry cord wood, at Sawyer's. r 8. A. Brown & Co. hare a special coal for large bast burners. .. "Old Man's Comfort" boot at the Red Fin in I shoe store, Emporia. The 09c store is the cbeapiat place in the city, and don't you forget it. Ueadqaarters for Kritkrinkle and Santa Claus will be the 00c store. Rubber goods of every description at the Red Front hoe store, Empoi la. Leave orders at 8. A. Brown & Co.'s lumber office, for hard or soft coal. Try the Mew V: It. Roblee, 11 owe Sewing Machine rear of Silcws Block. It will do you good to call st I. D. Fox A Co.'s and see their new jewelry, Hid you kinds? kcow we had coal of all S. A. Bhowx & Co. Hard and soft coal delivered in any part ol the city, by 8. A. Brown & Co. Everybody is wanted at the 09c store to fee the grand prize tor next Jauu-T- You can get the best wagon for 00 cents ever ottered In the state at the 00c store. Sawyer's one price cask dry goods hotrla takes the lead In bargains in cloaks. Remember you can get toys of every description at the 00c storo for the least money. And when found, make a note of it, that Is, that Talhain'a is the place to buy dry good and shoes, cheap. Dr.O. A. Biddlk Will devote special attention to discus -a of females. Olllcc over Oak 1111 store. Emporia. Several of the solid men of our city are csrrying very line gold watches pur chased reci-ally at I. D. Fox & Co'. Farmers who bave to bay their flour can save money by buying of Fluker at the Pennsylvania flour and feed store. Remember we sell a first-class flour at ' $4 .per hundred, and u No. 14k for (3.70 at Flukers Pennsylvania flour and feed store. Money to Loan On chattel mort gage or real estate. Wm. Drown, Cor. of Merchtutts street and Twelfth svenuo. Mouey to loan lu any amount, by the Vulral Loan and Iaml Co., at lowest rate. Call and see us before making your loans, as we can do you good. Boots and Siioks at Cost To closo out K. C. Eowahds, At Agues City grocery, nenr Fourth avenue. ox & Oo. are just owning up some beaulilul silverware. Call early and se lect your holiday good, while the stock Is complete. You can get any thing from a darning needle to a f 50 00 gold watch, at the 0i)c store, and by buying there save from 35 to 200 per cent. L D. Fox & Co. have jual put in a complete set of new trsys for displaying their fine stock of watches, rings, jew elry, etc. Call and see them. Dolmans. Please remember that all the cloaks and dolmans at Tatham's were cut by tailors and made to order. and hence fit well, and are sold very low. We havejust brought to Emporia the handsomest brackets ever shown in this market, polished as brackets never were before pretty as a picture and useful loo. I. D. Fox & Co. In mouldings, window cornice and picture frames, I have the largest stock, best selections and lowest prices of any house In Emporia. W. II. Surra, 09 cent store. . Tukssfassers and Hunters. Ihcre ty give warning to all persons to be ware of hunting a-.d tresspassing ou my farm, or about my slaughter house. J. J. Athbrton. Tic as I am selling the best Imperial and Gun-podcr teas for 00 cents; Japan tea, 5 pounds for $1. E. C. Edward. At Agnes City grocery. Childreu's shoes of every quality at Red Front Remember that we handle ' nothing but boot and shoe stock. This liue of business bus our whole attention and we give you better bargains than can be found elsewheru. . . My stock of silverware, chinswarc, - glassware, queenswsreand tinware is all .complete. 1 guarantee you better goods and lower prices than any house in the .city. f W. II. Surra, , - J . : Proprietor 99c store. in albums I must say that I have the largest assortment In Einporia, nnd can stave you from 25 to 100 mt cent on the oanie by buying of me, and I mean just svhal I say. W. II. Surr-K, Prop'rOOc store. . . Kijcctku. At the last meeting of the board of public welfare, John W. Talh. am was unanimously chosen to supply the poor and rich people of Lyon county . with dry goods, etc , etc., iu his lino, be cause bidding lower for all liues. Hu it ice I have for sale 535 head of pure merino sheep that I will sell at a fair price. These sheep were selected frr.m sue best nocka or eastern Ulno, and are in good fix. About 400 ewes. O. C. Robv, Flint Ridge, Greenwood Co., Kas. Albums. Some ol the nicest albums ao Emporian ever cast ryes upon, are to be seen at I. D. Fox A Co.'s. Finished la old gold and cardinal plush, and iu combinations of leather, hand painted ; they are handsome indeed. Take a look attheoi.: ' :! Money saved is money made. You can make mouey and save money by ' buying your coats, your pants, your vests, your under-wate, your over shirts, your suspenders, your hats and caps. your over-shoes, your gloves, and any. - thing you want at the 09c store. Special Baxk. I would respectfully .. call the attention of the ladies of Em poria to my special sale of new trimmed hats Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week, at the. new Sixth avenue ; miUkterj store, . vest i of Commercial street Una. J. M- Uiixakd. Tn IIaxjjbkko Ncbsxrt. This old. reliable nursery is now under the charge of Charley Hallberg, who has grown up with the institution, and will be on. hand I at all times to attend to the wants of visitors and customers. Persons wish ing trees for fall planting, and green house plant will receive prompt and ' courteous attention. Fob 8si.it A well-established gro cery doing a good business, on Commer - cUl street, Emporia, Kansas. Will sell whole stock or reduce it to suit pur chaser. This is aa excellent opportuni ty. Owner tU-sirts to sell on account of health. Address Box 357, Emporia, K&nsa. Pictubk Framks. IIr you stride us. We are right on band every lime, la the line of mouldings and picture frames of every description, from the cheapest grades as low as three cents per foot to the very handsomest, which sell at one dollar. The great drives this season are in tilings I hit are new. "Something new under the sun," is a fact as applied to our lino of goods, be- yond a doubt. In this connection you must see our elegant moulding?, and frames, in red and white oak, polished till they shine and shine again. We will not be undersold on tbcm cither. I. D. Fox & C. A pigeon shoot it being talkeil of lor thanksgiving. The frost haj nipped the second crop of fruit blossoms. Fifty Kufsians went west via the Santa Fe road Saturday. The emigrant trains on the Santa Fe now carry three and four passenger cars. Elder Browa will preach at the Kir- keudsll school bouse next Sunday at 11 a. in. The San la Fe company is just com pleting a substantial Iron railroad bridge over the Pieosuo four miles eat or the city. An Emporia lady received ao owl by express from Wichita yesterday. Pres ents this winter seem to be taking quite a wide range. A novelty in the way of a heater Is a soap-stone stove,, which J. Whittlesey has Just received from Vermont and with which he is greatly delighted. - Daisy, a little daughter of J. B. Norris, died Tuesday of diphtheria, at her father's residence touth of this city, at age of six years, and was buried next af ternoon at 3 o'clock, in MaplcwooJ cem etery. It is stated by one who knows that the construction of the Emporia and St. Louis railroad, which would open up the Rich II ill coal fields to Emporia, would reduce the price of coal in this city 50 percent " Mrs. Jeannctle D. Howells, of Lyon county, died on Sunday morning at her residence five miles south of Einporia at the advanced age of 77 years, and was buried Mondsy afternoon in the upper Dry creek cetnelery. In the celebrated horse case of Watson ts Roth, which has been occupying the attention of the district court for over a week, the jury, after being out about two hours, returned a verdict in favor of the plaintiff Wednesdsy. J Arnold & Co. expect to doublo their capacity for the nmnuDu;t1uro if furni ture in the spring. This is one of the most flourishing Industrie j in the city and its successful operation should in. .duce the establishment .of ruber minu- factories. . -' - : J A horse which was stolen on Monday night from the farm of F. 8. Fry, on Elm creek, turned up at Reading Tues day, where it was left by the thief. The latter has -not yet. boon overtaken. Horse thieves, by the way, seem to be guiling quite numerous in this section of Kansas. . . ' The deputy sheriff of Marion county arrived in Emporia last evening, with Porter Armstrong, who has ltccn sen tenced to the penitentiary for ou. year for burglary. The prisoner was lodged in the Lyon county jail for safo keeping until the adjournment of lite present term of court in Marion county. ' County Superintendent Wharton in forms us that there will be educational meetings Weduesday of this week at Neosho Rapids, where , Dr. J. J. Wright will U speaker, and at the Greenlee school hotiae where addresses will be made by A. W. Slubbs and other?. Meetings will also be held in districts number 00 and 27. Cabinet photographs of Alliu M. Richards, the little girl who took the first premium at The Nkws baby show in September, and whe was killed by the tornado later in'thc same month, are on sale at I. D. Fox & Co.'s book store. The proceeds will be applied tvf the purchase of a headstone to place over the grave of the deceased child. Wm. Rosenberry wss arrested Moc. day on a charge of selling brick to Gus. Engeland, which were mortgaged to E. F. Sprague. Engeland, who had hi in arrested, has the .contract for the gas company's building, lias it near ly .completed and it contains about 40,000 of these brick. The trial will come up for hearing before Justice Bacheller Wednesday afternoon. ' ;:!.. .V Our worthy towasmaa, L. W. Lewis, was the holder of the lucky number which drew the mare in the raffle mode at the court house Saturday by David J. Davis, the young Welshman who lost his foot by means of an accident In this city some months ago. Mr. Lewis sus tains his . reputation for generosity by giving the animal back to Mr. Davis, who, we are glad to learn, made some thing over $200 out of the marc. F. W. Volmer, who once before tackled the contract of running a gln-mlll in Emporia in the face of public sentiment has turned up iu his old role and was ar retted Wednesday tbr selling liquor at the Boston store room. We know some folks who signed a petition for his re. Icaso from Jail when he lived in Emporia before who would not dp as f much for him again, a fact which it might be well for him to make a note of. Topeka Commonwealth: Col. II. C. Cross, of Emporia, informs us that his bank, the First National, pays taxes oo upwards of $00,000 capital Stock. If we remember correctly, all the great bankr ing houses, loan and trust companies and private banks ol this city .have re turned a capital stock of 53.333 to the assessor, as subject to taxation. Can tl be possible that the First National Bank of Emporia pays mora taxes upon Its capital slock than all the banks of Em poria put together? - --a C. S. Beadle, chief engineer of the Kansas City and Emporia railroad. started out.Mooday with his corps of assistants to locate the line between Em poria and Ottawa, and rqached a point about four miles nortlteast tt the city. 1 he party consists of abourfifteen men most of whom are stopping at the Ful ler House. If the weather continues fa vorable the work of locating the line wiU proceed without delay, and grading wilf be under way before the winter is over. A recent letter from central North Carolina, to a gentlemen in this city, says that tha first good rain sface April last fell in that section of the state on the 31st of October, and that con) and most fruits and vegetables are almost aa entire failuie. Those who occasion ally feel like swearing at the vicissi tudes of Kansas weather, will do well to remember that even the moist Atlantic states are far from being entirely exempt from continued and parching drought Rinehart Xrhart, was tried and ; con victed before Police Judge Barnes Tuesday for keeping a tippling shop' 'at the Pfefferlp tand,Jnpd, was Sentenced to pay a fine Of $50 and tolmptison meat in the coanty jail for six weks- This la just .the Jkiod.oC medicine the whiskyites are crying tbr ao4 we hope to see them accommodated. A jmaj who to sordid enough to- make a business of selling liquor may be reluctant to part r with Jhi ill gotten gains, tttl he hates imprisonment worse. It may begin to dawn upo The ralnds of the rwn -venders ky-and-bf that the people of Emporia are in solid ear nest about the enforcement of thcj pro. I hibitory law.. 'A StD NEWS. Death of Charles II. Wlthlncton at Sac rminrn to, California. Only a few days ngo we made note of the receipt of a letter from Uncle Char lie Withington in which it was stated he was in good health and grrally en joying his visit among his relatives in California. Judge of our surprise and pain when the following was received from his son, Al. Withington, yesterday : Sacramento, Nov. 7, 1881. Dkar Friend: 1 have sad news to tell you. My father, C. II. Withington, died on the 4th of this month of cholera, at the residence of bis brother, R. II. Withington, aged sixty-five years and eight months. I arrived here in time to be with him when he died. This will indeed be sad news to his hundrcdsoi friends and acquaintances in this and adjoining counties. Wherever known. "Uncle Charlie" was beloved for his good qualities of head and heart. For nearly thirty years he had been do ing kind deeds in this part of the state. His heart was always overflowing with acts of kindness and charity. Though used to "roughing it' much of his life in 1he past his heart was as tender al most as that of a child. In his twenty seven years' residence in this county he had gathered round him the comforts of a home, and endeared himself to his neighbors aud friends., There will be many a sod heart when . this announce ment is read', and many a tear will come to the eyes of those who have known his home life best . He bad a tear ol pity, and a hand Atvea as day for charily.': . In June, 1880, Mr. Withington lost his wife one- who had been, his com panion -and help for forty .three years, and since that time he' has sought relief from bisoversbaUowiug" grier by trav eling, visiting friends and relatives in diflerent parts of the country. After the sad event which took from him his companion and best friend he could not bear . to stay at the old liotucl Ills' sorrowing could find no rest He first made a visit of some months in Michigan and other portions of the east. Last winter he spent with his two daughters in Colorado. Early last summer he arranged his business matters here and went to California to stay a year among relatives. Only a few days ngo a letter informed us he was thinking of returning early next year, and that lie anticipated a great deal of pleasure in again being among bis old friends at home. - This pleasure was never to be realized. Death stepped in and relieved the sorrowing spirit from further earthly troubles. . Mr. Withington at the time of bis death .was the" oldest, settler in Lyon county, as well as among the oldest in the state. We believe he was born in New York, and afterwards removed to MichigaiijWhen young." In 1837 he was in business lnHarliugton, lows, and on December 31 of that year wa married to Dorinda White. The next year he was employed in the government ser vice anion'' the Sac and Fox Indians, and- was seat to 'what is now Agency City,';iowa. In 1843 the agency was moved -to what is bow Des- Moines, in that state. Mrs. Withington was one of the first white women to settle at that point, and Mr. Withington 's son, George E., who is at the old homestead, was the first - while - male child lorn at Des Moines. In 1840 the Indians were moved to Kunsis and Mr. With ington came with them.' ' They settled at the well known Sac and Fox agency,'' in 'Franklin county. Here Mr. W. remained until 1851, when he was appointed U. 8. mail agent for the old Santa Fe route running from In dependence, Mo., to Santa Fe, New Mexico, with headquarters at Council Grove, where he removed with his fami ly. He also kept a store there to supply the Santa Fe and Indian trade. In 1854 he moved from Council Grove tp Xhe Santa Fe crossing of OncIlQixlrcd and. Forty two creek, where he built the home which has been his abiding place ever since,.' lie opened. a.jtoru there which was the first one in Southern Kansas away from the Indian outfitting poets. This whole country wss then an unsur- veyed and unsettled wild. In 1853 and 1850 Mr. Wellington's placo wss head- quarters for all immigrants for this por tion of the Neosho valley. They would come to him for information as to claims. : With his accustomed whole. heortedness . and disposition to serve - all iu need of help he often left his business for days at a time and assisted the early pioneers" in finding such claims as they wanted. Ilis knowledge of this part of the state was almost perfect. He was ever a good friend of the true interests of Lyoncoun, ty, and a useful citizen, Lfe.diedina disUnt land, and whore his friends were deprived of paying the last sod rites of sepulture, but he is none the less mourn ed by his family of four children and multitudes of friends. Harrington Acqnlttad. Topeka ' Capital :; In the case of the State vs. Herrington, a homicide case, tho jury, after being out since Thursday evening, returned a verdict or acquittal at 1:30 o'clock. Saturday, and the de fendant, W. P. ! rterrlngton, was dis charged." The facts of this case were all gone over in the Capital at the former trial of the defendant-at which time the ury disagreed, and but brief mention is necessary now. The shooting resulted over some stock that Herrington went after and which he found on the farm of Wesley Ed wards, jthe prosecuting wit ness in the case. After finding the cow and, calf," and while starting to. drive away,' a-tnekc occurred in which Chaa. Avery was fatally shot by Herrington. The case created an intense excitement at Silver Lake at the time, near which place all the parties resided. Mr. Her- rington was bound over, and not being admitted to bail was committed. His first trial resulted in a disagreement of the jury, and Mr.- Herrington was bail. ed out in the sum of $10,000. The last trial, the one Just ended, resulted In an acquittal after a trial of two weeks. Mr. Hei rington is once more a free man and is congratulated by his friends. ' A Mini tar Bobbed. Sunday whilo the - people were at church the residence of Mahlon Stubbs, short distance east of the city, entered by . burglars and the worldly goods of Sarah Goddard, a minister of the Friends' church, who arrived from Maine a few days ago to bold meetings here, were carried off. The goods con sistcd of two heavy carpet sacks, and some S 33 in money. Strange to say, nothing belonging to the members of the Stubbs famur was touched; ' A coat be longing, to an Indian boy living with Mr. S. was takeev On the return of the family .and discovery of the theft, inv mediate search was made for the' where abouts of the goods and thieves. The goods were finally found hid in a corn shock, the thieves evidently fearing the possession of Die carpet sack would give them away if they undertook to escape with them in broad day light Everything was recovered except the $23 in money. It is Uiougbttne burglars'' effected an entrance to the House tnrouga the cellar, as no doors or windows were dis- i Track: Talk. Messrs. C C Wheeler, Geo. R. Peck) C S. Gleed, E: H. Presoott; J. F. God-4 dard and J. W. H&rUell, of Topeka, were 'in attendance at a business meet ing of the directors of the Emporia Street Railway company held at the Hotel Coolidge in this city Thursday. A. A. Talmsge, general manager; A. W. Dickenson, assistant general super iateddeat, '-ahiL J. M. Eddy, division superintendent of the Missouri Pacific road were in the city Thursday to locate a large transfer depot iat the Santa Fe Junction. Did any one remark that Emporia wMht "booming? In the Times, of Philadelphia, wo ob serve i Mr. John McGarth, 1236 Chris tian street was cured by St Jacob's Oil of rheumatism. PERSONAL UENTIOS. Judge Culver went to Pontine, Illi nois, on business Mondsy. Miss Caddie Long and Mrs. Irwin, mother of Sirs. Freeman, started Mon day on a visit to friends in Ohio, Mr. L. Severy has gone to Boston to attend a meeting of the directors of the Santa Fe road. E. C. Lyman, a well known Normal student, has accepted a position in Sis. ler's drug store. Mr. J. W. Feighan is confined to his house with a severe attack of inflamma tory rheumatism. H. C. Cross started east Monday on business pertaining to Kansas City and Emporia railroad. Hank Pearsall made a $ G.OCO sale or cattle at the Missouri Pacific stock yards Tuesday for T. J. Livisey. Col. Glover, of La Grange, Missouri, is in the city, having been called to Em poria on legal business. George Minierc, employed for the past few years in the post office, is clerking at Cory's grocery and restaurant. Jake Scott, who has bi.-en in Colorado for the past year returned home last week. He is glad to get bock to Em poria. Rev. V. G. Flinn and Mr. T. J. Flinn, of Delaware, relatives of Dr. Thomas Armor, are visiting at his residence in this city. Joe Waters, of Topeka, is in the city represext'uig the Santa Fe road in a case which is pending against it in the dis trict court Will Jarret has accepted a position in the hardware and stove store ol G. B Peters and will be glad to see bis friends at that place. Mr. J. G. Ladd, for many years a con ductor on the Santa Fe 'road, but who resigned his position on account of ill health, is in the city as a witness in a railroad case. J. H. Hibben and wife have returned from a three weeks' bridal tour spent pleasantly at Madison, Wisconsin. They are stopping at present at the resi dence of Dr. W. W. Hibben. II. Llewelyn Jones, who recently came to this city from the east, was admitted to the bar this morning. lie has come to Emporia to stay, and we wish him an abundant measure of success. Howard Dunlap and family started Tuesday evening on a visit to Ports mouth, Ohio. Uncle Joe Ernst aud Lee Wright, will look after the iotereit of the Savings Bank during his absence. W. H. Irwin and wife started Monday ou a trip to Chicago. Mr. Irwin goes to represent the conductors of the A. T. and 8. F. railroad at the convention of the conductors of the United States and Canada. Charlie Ryder started to Cincinnati on Saturday evening. Speculation is rife as to the nature of his errand, but it is supposed by those best informed in the premises that it is strictly of a busi ness character. - We are in receipt of the Choddock College monthly, a bright, newsy paper published by the students at Quincy, 111. In its columns wc notice an account of a pleasant reoeption given the founder of the college, on which occasion Miss. Lu- ella Smith, of Emporia, delivered the ad dress of welcome. Mr. J. B. Gordon, who is superintend. ent oi the stone work on the new Meth odist church, is doing his work in a manner which will recommend him as a first-class builder. It is said to be, by those who profess to be judges, the best work of the kind In the state. We are glad to know that Mr. Qordon has con cluded to permanently locate here to engage in furnishing stone and erecting buildings. He has secured a fine quarry of his own in Chase county. AltOUND TOWN . Plastering on the new opera house is progressing rapidly. Wc wonder how the cin-slintrers will like the new marshal. Seventeen new pupils were admitted to the city schools on Monday. Tho stone work for Dr. Armor's stoanj feed mill is progressing rapidly. That odd looking new residence just west of the Normal belongs to Prof. Sadler. Uncle Johu Hammond is overhauling the county clerk's office and making a change in the arrangement of the coun ters. Mr. Jno. McKeon is just completing a commodious and good looking resi dence corner of Neosho and Fourth streets. Miss Plumb, of the city book store, is putting in new shelves preparatory to opening up an extensive assortment of ay goods. - M. W. Gilchrist has his new resi. dence, corner of Fifth and Rural, en closed with a handsome new fence and fixed up in fine style. The new Holdcrman building will be ready for occupancy soon. It will be occupied by Holmes & lloldcn, and the Emporia Loan and Trust Company. Mr. J. R. Edwards' new residence in Normal at the head of Constitution street is approaching completion. Prothcro & Thomas are doing the work. The steps leading to the court room have been covered with cocoa matting. The commissioners could not have ex pended the sameamoqqt of money to belter advantage. Emporia has two bunks, two mutual loan associations, and three companies who are doing ancxtcnsivcloaning bust ness. ' There is more capital in this town than any other one of its size in the west Arrangements have been made for the holding of the M. E. Sabbath school in the Presbyterian church until the new building is ready for occupancy. The hour of the assembling of the school has been changed from 9 :S0 a, m. to 8 :30 p. m. AMONG THE CUURCHKS The churches were well attended Sun day. Rev. Mr. Howells, aa eminent Welsh divine of Milwaukee, preached two ex. ceedingly able sermons in this city on last Sunday. The Christian church sociable held at the residence of S. K. Hall, last Tuesday, was largely attended and was much en joyed by those present. The . ladies of the Congregational society have secured the use of the pleasant and commodious room on lower floor of the Whitley Opera House for theirThanksglving dinner. . The M. E. sociable at the residence of E. W. Cunninghsm last Tuesday passed off very pleasantly and w as quite well attended. The Sunday school orchestra was present and discoursed some very excellent music. The Christian church held a large con gregation Sunday. Elder Lots dis. cussed the question of "Endless Punish. ment'! i A collection was taken up for the benefit of the Orphan's Home of Leavenworth. The Methodists have concludedd to close their services at Jay's hall, and Mr. Kirby preached his last sermon there Sunday. It -was one of his best and most powerful efforts, the subject being the old and new systems of religion. The move on the part of the official authori ties of the church ia made, we are in formed, on tbe ground of economy. The members will worship with the other congregations until tbe fronl room of the new church is ready for: ooenpancy, and Mr. Kirby will undoubtedly be neara irora outer puipiis in tne city, as we understand he will remain here until the close of the conference year, March 1SU It would be supposed from its popu larity that only one substance is now known to the world for the relief of rheumatism, and that is St Jacobs Oil. ct Lxma utspatcn.- - j - CITT COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Fuclute by the Committee oa ire De partment of 50O feet of Boae. T. Johwuia Keftlgna the I'oIllon af City Marshal and J. I W Bell Appointed i to Saeeed nim. CocJtcii. Chambers, Nov. 15, 1S31. Regular meeting of Uie city coonciL Present Mayor Esstman, Messrs. Bay, Lewis, Ireland, Whittlesey, nalleck, Thcis. ","" Minutes ol meeting of No'vemlier 2 read and approved. The estimate of the city engineer as to the cosl of building sidewalks wai read and filed. - The resignation of T. Johnson as mar shal was read and,acceptcd. The petit ioa of citizens for a side walk on the east side ol Congress street, from Seventh to Eighth avenue, was read and granted. The committee on fire department re ported that they had purchased 500 feet of rubber ho3e of the Gntta Pc-rcbaoud Rubber Manufacturing company for $550, to be delivered in Emporia, and with the hose is to be oue expander, one dozen spauuers and one play pipe. The report was adopted. On motion of Mr. Theis the following was adopted: Revived, That the street commission er is hereby instructed to fill up Eighth avenue- between Market and Union streets. Ou motion, the following was adopt ed: Resolved, That permission is here by granted J. B. Halleck to fence city lots wilh a high feuco to be used for bill posting and that he have the privilege of maintaining said fence until other wise ordered by the council. On motion the committee on ordi nance was instructed to employ a com petent attorney to prepare an ordinance relating to the curing of hides in the city, and also an ordinance to -provide for the refunding of tbe bonded indebt edness of the city. An ordinance to satisfy the following claims was adopted by a unanimous vote : A. Maddock, labor on sidewalks, $2.02; W. S. Jay, lumber, $5353; R. Cooper, street labor, $6; G. T. Barwick, pound rent for September, $14 80 ; U. W. McCune, printing, $04 45; G. W. Bragunier, supplies for fire department, $30.35 ; Nathan Jones, street labor, $4.50 ; Wm. Reed, same, $3.75 ; Wm. Jackson, same, $355 ; Henry Rogers, special po lice, $10; N.Whittlesey, horse feed,' $10.10; John Sharp, work on cross walks, $2.50 ; G. T. Barwick, pound rent fin October, $17.00; C. S. Evans, street labor, $2.02; J. L. W. Bell, paving con tract, $300; in line of orders on general fund. Wolf Manufacturing company corporation stops, $18. Bids for constructing sidewalks in ac cordance with advertisement were opened and found to be as follows: C. S. Evans 32 cents per linear foot, J. L. W. Bell 30 cents and privilege of tak ing gravel from the city gravel bed at 10 cents a yard. S. B. Gordon, 30 cents, gravel to be taken from city gravel bed free of cost; N. Brown 30 cents per linear foot. On motion the bid of N. Brown was accepted provided he entered into con tract with committee on streets nnd al leys. Council went into executive session. The mayor appointed J. L. W. Bell as marshal and the appointment was confirmed by a unanimous vote. Exec utive session dissolved. On motion of Mr. Lewis the following was adopted. Resolved, That permission is hereby granted the owner of the Fifth Avenue hotel to open the streets for the purpose of draining the cellar thereto into ravine on Congress street, the same to be done in such a manner as not to endanger travel on the streets, and the city reserves the right to close said drain if at any time the proper authorities of the city declare the same a nuisance. Adjourned. E. M. Fokdb, City Clerk. COUNTY COMMISSIONED. Meeting of the Hoard to Canvas the Selection Returns Keport or UilU Allowed, Ac. County Clerk's Office, ) Nov. 11, 18SL ) The board of county commissioners met as a board of canvassers. Present, M. Griffith and J. E. Jones. The returns of the election held on November 8, 1831, being on file, the same were carefully canvassed, when it was found and duly declared that the follow ing persons were elected to fill the fol lowing offices: Joseph Ernst, county treasurer. Wm. F. Ewing, county clerk. T- L. Ryan, county sheriff. Robert Miilikcn, county surveyor. W. P. Chalfant register of deeds. . J. D. Davison, coroner. P. G. Hallberg, commissioner third district. The county clerk was ordered to issue election certificates to said persons. The following amounts were allowed on account of election expenses : JUDOKS OF ELECTION N. Wio J. W Butler tl W. B. Holt A. Baytinirer ... S Chu. Johnson. . Tuo8. Stone ... s ... I .. . I ... s J. G Scliuick.. x 3 tr. Harris. . J. C Cooler K.K. Smith . I.. O. Prit ... J. Ii. Motirew S. P. Bishop . W. G.CUil.iur. Sid 1'utnu.n Daniel Cioy ie t;. J Reynolds W. II. Hamcr . P. R Osborn. . W. A. Hay W. . Ross.... W. Slayton ... I. K. Price Thoe. Hurdock N . ltyno P. A. Brown ... IhosUatl. Daniel Bitter W. it. Vanrtevort.. S II. P. Perkins 3 Jacob Jacobs: Jrr. s David Moore S H. P. McMillan . S S. . Hunt K. Pollock 1 J. V. It. Hewitt.. . 3 A. U.Overlin S Eli Fowler 3 U. Ticer 3 D. Cbamblin S C. II. Marsh. II . Penrod ... 3 JCDOKS Or BLSCTIOM AND KETCH KS. D.P.Tresler...H 00 T. B Ness 4 60 Jacob Kizer S 00 J. A. Ncwlia . . .8 OJ T. F Burns $5 00 U. m. 9IOWC1J....3 iu M. M. Smith 4 50 Wm. Scott 4 00 Jos. Frost 3 80 J. E. WaUingford.5 00 Val Best ... S 00 L. K. LiHly 80 C. W. Oilman 00 C.U. Martin 3 00 D. S. Avery 6 SO O. K. Richmond.. 4 40 u. U. Thompson.. 5 Ml C. V Lynch 8 SO Chas. W Unite ...S 10 John Ferren 4 00 Jos. Brown 8 00 pLKBKS Of SUCTION. D. M. licustcd IS A C. gackett 3 K. II. Harris S W. B. Williams ... 3 W T. Btarr 3 O. B Wharton . .. 3 J.H. Ileacovk 3 K. Iu Joyce 3 U.J. Rodisill 3 A.N.Carter 3 K. Moore 3 Joel Naff 3 A. Bryan 3 Jno Cunninghsm... 3 Wm. II. Flicklngcr 1 M Myers 3 Marrer WoIU ..... 3 J. I- W. Bell 3 J. N. Newman 3 Tho. Beers 3 J. A. llesiheriniton 3 A. S. Cart I. F. Wbittaker... J as. Miles Dora Hail I. Burgis J. V. Randolph.... J. J. Bowers.. Wm. Day Wm. Spadar M. L. Richmond...' R. K. Burnham R. D. Cotrell J.W. Anderson.., Hiram Miller. ... Milton Lindloy.. J. . Pendeirrass Geo. McUardy.. A-8. Tandy J. J. Romford... C E. B rower.... Matthew Brown . . S On motion the board adjourned as a board of canvassers and organized as a board of county commissioners. - The county clerk was ordered to ad vertise for sixty cords of dry hard wood, for the use of the court house, bids to be received up to 10 o'clock a. m. of November 35, 1881, Board adjourned to meet Nov. 25th. Wm. F. Ewing, Co. Clerk. A Chance f City Marshals. By reference to tbe report of the city council proceedings published in an other column, it will bn seen that the resignation of Mr. T. Johnson wa ac cepted at the meeting of the city fathers last Tuesday, and that J. L. W. Bell was appointed and confirmed as his succes sor. . . - Mr. Johnson, daring his term of offi cial service, has encountered many per plexities, and in the discharge of his duties, in which : he has been faithful and conscien- aoiooa, has suffered much unmerited censure, notably in connection with the enforcement of the cow ordinance, and having become thoroughly weary of the cares of office, steps down and out, and Mr- Bell assumes the harden which his predecessor has laid down. That he baa all the requisites of a fearless, honest and capable officer of the law will be conceded by all who know him, and his appointment will be 'hailed with any thing but delight by evil doers and such persons aa seem to be bent on defying the law in this community." Janet Ion JottlBg. Monday, Nov. 14. We Were greeted with another fine rain on . the 10th, Uie heaviest for three months, and tbe fall wheal is looking nice an-.l - fine About all the cattle have been taken off the range in fine condition..... Elder Fortney ' is sick again. It is to be hoped he will soon recover, as his sickness is interfering with his appointments Gin. Luddy is in a prostrate condition, suffering from the effects of a fall out of his wagon. Tbe doctor says his back is broke, and he is very low at this writ ing There is a literary society in good running order at the Chicago Mound school house, which meets every Frulav even in?. . . . We inquire what is the ress n the con tractor for the bridse across the Cotton wood is not at work -on ii. We are needing it very bad just now, the river being past fording No deaths or weJdings to report this week, but from present indications we expect to hear of some If you are to lucky as to have a sweet heart by all means take her to and from church if you do have to take her in your lumber wagon, but remem ber that swelling, roaring river, before starting. . . .Mr. Crawford, of Indianapo lis, Indiana, has become a 'citizen of Lyon county, and is stopping wilh W. A. Snoddy for the present. More anon. Silvkrpen. Mr. Andrew Atchison, principal of the Kansas Colored Literary and Business Academy at Dunlap, was in the city yes terday representing the claims of that institution. Among the many merits which he sets forth as attaching to the school is its cheapness, a contingent fee of two dollars a term being the entire charge to students. Good living accom modations under the care of teachers can be obtained for $2.50 per week, and students can board themselves at much lower rates. The course is thorough and the academy fits its gradustes for posi tions as teachers and clerks, and espe cial attention will be paid to those who desire to equip themselves for the min istry. The school is for colored people only and with the encouragement which it should receive, will become one of the most flourishing institutions of learning in the state. The Americus News. EDITED BT " BUBLOW." Bmith wagons. Mitchell wagons. Hand corn shelters. Big Giant feed mills. For sale by J. S. Gibson. M. W. Gibson, undertaker. Wednesday, Nov. 9. j Miss Davidson, while attending a tea party at the Rev. J. A Collins, was pre. seated with a gold chain by her many friends before leaving W. S. Avard will be promenading the streets of this "burg" about next Tuesday.... Hugh Elliott and his daughter started yester day for Mangfleld, Ohio. They will ac company Miss Davidson.... The band boys have reduced the price of admis sion to their dance to fifty cents. The next meeting will be a week from Fri day night.... O. 8. Willey is fitting up the front part of his agricultural depot to be. occupied as a restaurant by Mrs. John Stanley.... Hon. J. W. Loy is in town to-day attending the meeting of the State Board of Itegents of the normal school. . . .Tally one for Lew Brown this time. It is a boy. Willey carries a fine stock of gents' furnishing goods. ' The best and most convenient stock to trade from is at Willey's. Tinware made from best stock at Willey's. Tobacco, tea, sugar and coffee at the' same old hard pan prices at Willey's. Thursday, November 10. Mrs. Ella Wood, wife of Dell. Wood, starts to-day, in company with her fath er to visit her old home in Illinois. Mrs. Dr. A. B. Royal was intending to accompany them, but was detained from so doing on account of their little one showing strong signs Qf diphtheria. . .Mrs. Col. Pamngton received the intelligence by a telegram on the 8th inst., announcing to her the sad news of her sister's death, who has been resid ing at Chicago. . . The warm times of election are over, and we are having the first snow and sleet of the season.... Maud Waitc is slowly sinking her death is hourly expected. . . . Butler & Anderson have received a fine safe of the Mosler & Bah maun make. warranted to be fire-proof and secure against burglars... .John Butlpr's chil dren, although some worse last night, are resting cosier this morning. ...A good deal of fun was had at the trial be. fore the "Honorary Court of no-Appeals" last night, in which the judge waa fined for his decisions. . . .T. W. Btenson has purchased the Alloc place, Just north of town. . . .There was quite a Ryan demon st rati on in town last night, consisting of the firing of anvils. All the leading family medicines kept in stock at M. W. Gibson's. Nuts, candy, crackers, cigars, &c, at M: W. Gibson's. , All kinds of new work or repairing done by Joseph Craig, harness maker, at Culken's stand, Americus. fcUTyKDAY. NOV. 13. Mauq"e Wai(c was buried in tho Americus cemetery yesterday. She de parted this life Thursday afternoon. This is the second esse in this family In which diphtherlt has proved fatal. Mrs. Waitc has the sympathy of her many friends in this second bereavement. . The social at J. W. Leak's was slimly attended on account of the mud, which waa just "fearfully utter.". .Plenty of water on the ground now for stock pur poses. .Craig Anderson, has returned from Wisconsin. ; : 5Mrs. O. S. Willey has returned from her visit east and north. ..J.W. Leah and wife content plate visiting Pennsylvania and Wash ington City as soon as Elias Lesh re turns..,, Wet weather has retarded work on the U. P. church.. . . .Business Still seems to be pretty good. Strayed From Ed. Wheeler, Ameri cus one three year old steer, color light red wilh white spots; also one red year ling steer wilh a "dulap" on it and some white; also one yearling steer, some white in face and white spot on rump. They might be separated, f 1 00 apiece will be paid for information leading to their recovery. Tubsday, Nov. 15. No new cases of diphtheria reported as yet-. , ,Dr. A. R, Royal saya we can re port a boy for nenry Falk. . .The "Hon orary court of nt appeals" had much fun Saturday night. Witnesses were fined for not knowing more in the case and some were fined because they knew too much. The whole amount of the fines amounted to about f 3, which was donated to tbe band. , . .James Crock has GO or 70 tons of first rate prairie hay for sale cheap Wc have been having splendid weather the last few days. ...The Mis souri Pacific ran four or five extra trains over the road yesterday.. . .Farmers are busy getting up tbeir-winter supply of coal and wood and picking corn, tbe most of which is garnered. The Reading News. RUITstP BY KAKY rB KKAJT. Tuesday, Nov. 15. The lyceam commenced last Toseday evening for the winter. Prof. Jones de livered a lecture and with his daughter five pieces of music. ': Arrangements are being made for a coarse of lectures and is is hoped that considerable inter- .11 m.niftlMl Afuf thjt anrtAiv 1m . CM . WW J I kept wide awake and progressing. . .. Samuel Tillippi has been offered a place at EI Paso, Mexico, as train dispatcher . . . .The firm of Roup & Paine is one o tho possibilities of tho future. .. .The new railroad bridge was tested yester day with three engines and stood firm. . Last Sunday as Mr. Douglass was driving a conplu of colls tho pole broke, letting the buggy run on their heels, which was a new programme, and one of them sent his heals through the dash board and in close proximity to Mr. Douglass' head Geo. Schorb. a blind lecturer of Topeka, lectured last evenin tbe on mistakes of Ingcrsoll. Normal Notes. October, 15, 1881. Our usual Friday exercises passed off as pleasantly as could be expected. The participants conducted themselves in a manner which was appreciated by the audience. Miss Uoxic has kindly arranged a con test between the two literary societies, which will aid the Literati in paying for its organ. A good programme ha been arranged employing the best talent in the two societies, and those attending will be well repaid for their walk to the Normal. The admittance has been placed at ten cents and a crowded house is expected. Arrangements have been made by Prof. Welch to have a reading by Prof. Hammil on the 28th and 29th or this month. Comment on his ability as a reader is unnecessary. Have you seen the "True Blues" at calisthcntics yet Everybody is in vited. P. E. Da Goo uk. Mr. E. Pllrfll Kn 11 Ann straol New York, used St. Jacobs Oil for rheu matism with entire relief writes a New York journal. Richmond (Va.) Chris, lian Advocate. We are clad to bear that Dr. Mar shall's lung syrup gives such general satisfaction. Our druggists say it sells better than any other preparation for coughs, colds, etc The price is twenty- live cents, large size fifty cents. Sold by all druggists. Coughs, colds, sore throat, asthma, bronchitis, and all diseases of the lungs and chest, are readily cured by Dr. Marshall's lung syrup, a remedy which never fails to give satisfaction. Price only twenty-five and fifty cents. A Bold and Adroit Bank Bobbery. St. Louis, Nov. 15. The Biddle street savings bank, at the corner of Four teenth and Biddle street, was entered by three men yesterday afternoon, two of whom engaged tbe cash ler, Henry Kirch, in an endeavor to purchase some bonds. The third induced the book-keeper Henry Pitzemier. to believe that a man sitting in a baggy at the door wished to see him on business. The book-keeper went out, and while he was conversing with the man in the buggy the adroit scoundrel who sent him to the door quietly slipped behind tbe counter and abstracted a small pack age from the safe containing $5,500 in currency. There was nearly S4U.UUO in run view or tne tnief. but be took only the one package and speedily fled. The other men then left rather hastily and some fifteen to twenty min utes atierwaras tne casnier aiscovered the safe had been robbed. The matter was given to the detectives but np to the present time no clue to the robbers has been obtained. Report of the Department of Af;rlcnl- Washington. Nov. 15. The report of the department of agriculture Soys the average yield or wneat per acre in 1881 is 1UM Dusliels against 13.1 in lt&o. in dicating a decrease of about 20 per cent. or luu.uuu.uuu Dusneis rroin last year's product. In the interior and western slates mere nas Deen a great tailing on caused by the severe winter, late cold spring and drought, and in several states ravages by insects. But while the quantity of the crop is reduced the qual ity is generally reportea very gooa. As to corn, November returns show the average yield 30J bushels per acre, indicating a tailing on 01 about 2.1 per cent from tbe crop of 1880, caused chief ly oy tne general ana proiractea drought during the growing season and the ex cessive rains since the crop was harvest ed. Tbe quality of the crop is some what below the average. Judge Folger Takes Charge -Washington, Nov. 14. Judge Fol ger was to-day sworn in and assumed the duties of secretary of the treasury. .bx-aecreiary winaoin turned over to bis successor certain keys tbst are al ways kept by the secretary and bade him good-bye. Windom was' consider ably affected and remarked in private conversation that these changes revived sad memories of tne past summer. Balslns; Bate, New York. Nov. 14. An increaso in freight rates went into effect to-day on tbe Pennsylvania railroad. It is said at tbe Erie railroad offices that a change of freight rates over their road will proba bly take place in a day or two. A prominent citizen of Ottumwa, Iowa, who was confined to his bed with dis tressing kidney disease, says he owes his recovery to tbe use of California Kidney Tea. It is the best kidney rem edy known. 50 cents buys a large pack age, try it ana yon win get retier. Sent postpaid by S. B. Higley&Co,., sole agents, Fairfield, Iowa, or buy it of B. Wheldon Co, KANSAS CITY MARKETS. The "Evening Mail" makes the following report or the Kansas Citv Market at o'clock tnif afternoon : (By telegraph to the Daily News) How Catle and Ilogrs are To day. . Kansas City. Nov. 14. Cattle Receipts 1.059; receipts composed largely of bnteberV stosk. Tor whloa there to a steady demaad at unchanged prices, f S 50 8 4S; receipts ol native shippers fair; market a little slow on anything except choice prime which sell at 5 7S&S 40; fair Va TS; medium slow, S3 nQfi 00; the run of western grassers about through for this season, an aeoouBt of severe s,ta.rfl)s having prevented the gather ing Qt tho slock, however there are about tea cars of fair Colorado on to-day's market, which will coram and good prices. Hogs Beoelpta a,T8a; market aetive at a deollneof 10 cents; quality good; some very ane shippers sola for $S 30; good heavy ss 7i 00; mixed packing $SWS7S; light ts 09 &l SO; bulk of tales U 415 SO. Wheat Receipts 73,00 bas; shipments U. 049 bos; sales slow; Mo. 3 cask, tl 17. Corn Receipts 3,491 bas; shipments 13.4M bus; market growing weaker; No. Je!-h., COeX; No S white mled. cash 52'C . Oats-rMo. t cash, Oo. ByaHQ. cash, tic. EMPORIA MARKETS, Quotations as given to tbe Ngws by oar local dealers. . KMrosi A. Kane November IS GBAJN. Wheat, Mo. 9 choice il 30 . No, t 1 35 No. 3. I IS Cora, new, retail aoag Cora, " wholesale Mfrjja Oats, new. retail Suso Oats. " wholesale so&so Bran retail Sbt&sO Corn coop 1 40 FLOUR. PRO DUCK, . Patent Sour 4 urn 70 4 0O&4 30 Fancy " Fair ' Corn mealtbolteil).... Chickens, live, Potatoes, per bushel Butter, per lb Kggs. per dosen 1 buBM), per lb Apple per bushel.... S VJHUt Ml 1 8Q&3 00 so & as 1 smi n 3S&30 IS la&so 3 0033 so T.I VK STOCK. F.u h rv if r it, wholesale., r e.i. - 4 tn&i 00 3 MS 00 3 6tS 7t ttua 00 . KU.l-.nll SKIT", c. Mr in - ... M loeis totally Fork. - MultUU, : Ihait kaa, Sltuuhlers, ........ Baeon, . Dried beef, native, per lb. Driad beef. bnsTaJo. " Sausage, . Lars, Dressed Hoes. . is eX Boston Wool Xarket. BoTO. November IS. ISKt. Walter Brown Co.'s Boston Weekly Wool Circular gives the fallowing quctastoas tor Kansas wools Good Ordinary. Fine tStijM ....&& Medium -sx&ae ... ta Coarse H&2iX Kan a kas. The wool ea&rkea since oar Inst report has been comparatively qeiet General ananeaa seems to pervade all class esof the raw material except low medium nnd coarse a-rades. These latter qualities nam been aecumolatiag all through the sen son, and being now In large stock, it is ques tionable if present Quotations ean be main tained, salens nuaauneuirers. In turning onto heavy weight goods in a month or so. shoald also change the style of their fabrics to a more medium eharacter. such as Chevmcs, AVe tinssemasing n hmiev demand tow eoars er goods. We do no sea any mason to change th views eaprereeil in onr Inst etreulnr. that the position of the wool trad is in n baelihr eoo dition. and tna we enn mnionably look for ward to n steady srada during she htilmrn of the year, wish values well maintained. Of Votes cast in Ijyon CANimiATKS. J o-eph Ernst, A" . It. T. Snedifcer, G COl STY CLIKC W. F.' Ewing, It 1. 8. Watson. P J.S.Craig, . FBSBIFV. A. X. Hunter It T. 1.. Ryan. P KKGI8TKB OF PECDS W. Chalfant, A' K. I Jones. ' O.J. Russell, I SCRVEYOB. I. . St. Carter, H . Robert Milliken. P W. K. SlcCreary. O . .. CORONER 3. I. Davison. It II. W. Stover. P Lewis Grayson. O eOMMISSIOKSS 1ST DISTRICT. P.O. Hallberg, ... Thomas Armor, . For fropnsition to sell R. R. 8tock Against Proposition to sell II. U. Stock . 140 4'.j 78 13 88 j KANSAS CITY Giving the quotations tor the last six business days, and compiled daily, expressly for the readers of TBI EMroai a Ksws, and the grain and stock interests of Lyoa county and Southern, Western and Southwestern Kansas the territory which looks to Kansas City as tbe great Market for Its products: T Nov. 9. I NOV 10. WHEAT. No. S cash. No. t cash.. 98 1 IS 9C CORK. No. 1, cash 84 001 OATS. No. 2. cash . BTK. No. 2, cash . CATTLB. I Choice natives, j rair to good... I Texans I 5 WK7LC CO 4 75ff?.S 40 2530 8 m I 75 HOtia. Choice prime, tieaw 8 15 S TOiriLS U.I 0 25 S G0&5 Si l.irht t 5 OOfeS 40 DRY G. W. NEWMAN & CO. Are now prepared to show the Largest and Handsomest Line - DRESS And Trinimings ever AH the latest Novelties mings to match. Plain and fancv Plushes. Silk Velvets and "Bro cades, Silks and Satins Jet, Steele and Bronze ornaments and passem enteries, with an elegant line of buttons. The ladies should not fail to call and see them whether they wish to buy or not. MRS. J. M. DILLARD, ''ltj cents an ounce. Sixth Omb Door webt of Commeiiciai. Stkp.kt, A LARGE STOCK OF qlidaY good -WILL SCON BE The Hitu Rnnk StnrAl -CONSISTING OF- Books, Pictures, Pocket Books, ALBUMS, FINE STATIONERY, TOYS, FANCY ARTICLES, &C. The stock will be larger and finer than ever before. ELLEN PLUMB. ANOTHER BIG REDUCTION IN PRICES. Now its the time to BOOTS & SHOES, HATS, CAPS &MCY GOODS. Entire stock to be closed out within the next sixty days. Come early and save money. CHARLES COOK, Number, 1 66, Commercial Street. . JEWELRY' Henry J. Bird, jeweler AND PRACTICAL WATCIIMAKEIt. Prompt and careful attention given to Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repair: All work guaranteed. E. BOttTON, ' Beal" Estate Agent, Knsawrla, - - Kaaaaa. Pars taxes, redeems lands sotd lor tax. Will aotirr panics amount of taxes dtM ia Urns to savs pena'.tr. ,0"8ead Hew York exchange r P.O. order. Tax receipts sent by rotara mail oa receipt of noser - Eaelaao stasap. descripUoai ax laad and foatomee axxij ftmmi Estat Bought and : Sold en Commission. Call oa or address : K BOSTON, ' - : EataorU, Lyoa county, Kansas. ' The Spirit of Kansas. The leSfUajr aeTiesltaral paper of the west. Mow la its Uta year. Only tl per year; trial subserf pUoa three months for ceats. Send tor free saaa pie eopy. Address Moody A lavta, XAwreace, Kaa- TABULAR STATEMENT county at the General Election, (OFFICIATE.) KnrontA city. E.n po rta tp 9 g s c 2. t J J 175 1W IS S2 : I IS' 178 144' 362 7fi 83 138 IS; 54 84j S- 9 I M 31 "l S . SS ti 0 16. 63 22 I 45 I I 62 f ISO' I 01 3S 10 S4' 104 St! 14 sr. mi 66 73 &i luo 60 1 losi Si', 15s! 143: 170 118 10 6: 23 36 12 11 11 1 82 P0 S5 10S 112, 122 61 133 (11 C3 123 94 Si it a lia 72 Mi 114 Tit 01 113 43' is: 8; ss 101 Sii as 13 IU SI 60 71 c; S7 lie. 95 so 40 ! S3 13 13 19 8 43 19, 111 112 10S 59 I 121 6! 17 10 .1? 97 91 i ml ia ac us, 73 is lou Hit tVi 10 S2 95 3J:- 00! 04 35 sal 3i 4 s; us; oi 105' 114 t:i so ss 31 41; 11' 320 MARKET REVIEW, NOV. 11. NOV. ?r-. r JjV.iiovjJJ 97 99 1 OS 1 20 611 Oil 2l 42V I 'Si 85 I 2 g.-Ka-t 50 i 2-vti 50 I t 503 35 s oatna ss I c iji ss 8 (W.6 85 5 ttktctf 00 6 S.VrJi Hit 5 OUfitS SH 5 .! - 50 I 5 40rn5'r.6 COOOS. OF - GOODS brought to this city. in Suitings with Trim without end. Avenue Millinery Store. Emporia, Kansap. DISPLAYED AT- lay in your KiippIIott of s G-ood DEALKIt IS Diamonds, Clocks, ' Fine Watt-lie. Jewelry ami ilvrwiue.- J orw-r ,.nm-cisj an-l Rth avenae. . U,.. Kiiiliill XhI'I ISaak. ; KiuiioH.vV- Kankis. .- K AUK NT rOU - Is Mford fakta. "I ABflELD! Aeents ted lor T.i fe A fninMi. VI of l'reilcct tiarficld. laitlifal history Iron cradle to srrave. hv the eminent biorrapher, oi. Con wall. Intro duction by Ilis excellency, John II hong Governor of Massacliuseus. lioots alreidy for delivery. An elegantly illustrated vol. time. Bdorsl edition. 4 jberattenu. A cents take ordure for from 20 to bo copies Jail v. Outsells any other book ten tonne. A rents never aiade money so fast Tbe book sells it self. Kxperience not nereosary. Failure un knowns All make Inauu pro It u. Private terms tree, ttee. attasea C.. rertlsa. Be. $ "f 1 J JLTKAtt aad expenses to I I I eats. Ontdt free. Address . I . r.O.Tckrry,Aaaekta,He. TS ABTEBTI81ES Send ts ets. for our 100 Pe pamphlet, all about Nesrspapcr AUvertibins;. Address UEu, f. liUWK iSi tO, IA Sproce street, H. Y. a Ate a ALA RV pirM.ua, All EXPENSES sr-H'r mttA. 8 LOAM -- ciMrt . llMIMMI, 4a, Nov. 8th, 1831. 1 V ! 62j w, 33 fr.i IWj S.I sit! i: t; 85 i? 2I.17 2i: SI 85 12 15W -! "I 27Ji e! 7) i2v- 26 21! MSti I St! Ii', S7 13 8 6 i so; s 85 4 00! no! 1 4l 58 11 15 13 14 82, t7 K.i SI 3j 9 5l! 72 1-2 3ii 4 . Til 1301 II! as. 90 S7 S3 2 1304 27i 11 All 27 T.V 25' 11, 24; 56 JJU I.M 32: 3i ai 13 S3 14211 FIVE CENT COLUMN. Advertisements are iissorusl in this column tor live cents a line each in.i'iiion avcr- aKinit st-veu words to the line. OTKAYEJ Krom uy l:iriu on the Neiwr.o. O live miles iiorthwos-t of Kniori;i, a ml caning m-m-r uiarfcpti uu ua:i crop on leu car anil while on l )!- W. T. SEARCY, Kmpnria. Kansas. CTKAi h.! r rom low creek a Fprine r nunc, ml aim I MklUM; mil at them were west inc -fK.kes:" Any mf r illation lua.lmg to their n-eoverv will lie lilt erally rewarded. UTA.SLEV Klr'K, r.inNria, Kansas. OTRAYKD Almut the last of Mav Iron; 4CJ my lare. 4 nuie soufli .vest of Kinuori. a three year-old black h.irM? colt iiImiiI i:. namls hlBli. branded "K l" on the richt hip. .KiuauiiKaiuiKC sear on tne lnlttc ol Un let Hind loot. I will Kive a liberal reward tor ini)riuaiiiui Icailmff lo Ins recovery. UAVID L TlloilAS. OTIlil Kit Prom Kd. Wheeler. Auicricu kJ one three e.ir o'.d steer, color llirht ret w ith w hite spots; also one red yearling slecrfr w mi a -iiuiaii-- o" t ami some wiiue; aisor one yearling steer, some while in face an! whits spot on rump. '1 liey might lie. se..irat-5 wh)ihto ..in iK- (ram mr liiionu.li-ioii leaning to tncir recovery. OTHAYl-ln May last, a red yearlinJ iiciiit irauiicu "I A" on right lull. A suitable reward given tor information lead to her recovery. W M. II A M WON 1. OTKAY KD From mv premises on Alien kj creek, Ave miles north ol' Kmuoria, i KOod Sized tWO VCar old 11 1 1 V a brivht lui id small white spot in forehead; ritilit hind footl mm, ami a tittle wnne on tne lelt hind Tool jsiiv iniormation leaning t-- their recover "i uwiiueraiiy rv war.lijil . T V I.I ITI.K. Five miles northwest of Kin :oria, on Allen BAUBINUKIS'S T.USlNKS-i ( OI.I.KCl Lawiciicc. Kansax. i n. f,n cut:iloj;iu CT,'A Kl Fnmi tlio iiinlt-rii:i:c I, S. mii! iiorint-nM oi iNlio lt:itiiitt, lilt ilark bay or brown vt-arlius Mill .It. will while Kt in l..r.-li. u l a reward will ! ui.lauy one Kivii'K word thm will It-ad t Ins recovery. XV M . A..HINI-S. Neosho KaiiMs. I.yon county, Kan. Legal. notice! wood! wood! Notice iri hcicl7 triri-n licit. &i.il.i t.i.t .ti be received at tbe county clerk's nilice up I.. u ... mi. ... i rinjij-, mc . .in (i iy oi .Novem ber, ior liii-nisliing I.yon count v (for tho utr ot tho court hwusci with tt) conK ol dry hard wood lty onlci ot the Board . 4ii2 S7U7 t m. F. Ewikii, Clerk. Road Notice. Notice is hereby (riven that a petition ha been presented to the Huard of C'ouutv "in mUsloiicrs of I.j-on county, Kant-ai. ukitii: Ifir f h vap.llm. . . t" n ........... . . . . -- . h vx.u ii i y iun'1 It iOllOWK, to-wit: ComtncnciUK at tlio southeast corner ... . ixuuiKr ui seciion ii, TOWn ship 1 1, raiiKeia. thence west to the south wen corner ot tho uorthwest ijuarteror suld sec tion Si townihip 17, range 13. and also to lo cate a county road as lollows, to wit: Com menoing at the northwest coi ner of the couth west quurterol section !S3, township 17, rauiri 18, thence south to the southwest corner.. sections, township 17, range la; and upon '- itommjii roiut tun ooivri appointed tho lollowinir viewers: ti. 1. 1'at tu, W.ll. lH.nflus and John Holmes to met at the buKinning ot sui 1 road oa The 19th day of November, A. 1. 1881 at 10 o'clock a. m , and in conjunction witij me umiiy nnrveyor, to new. loratc an. I sur4 yey said roa.1, and to pive all parties a lie ir-l inv liv onler of I he llo,.r.l I '. KWING. ov County Clerk Road Notice. i-iii i. nmuy pven mat a petition hart been presented to the Itoard ol County ,in4 missioner. nt I.von 4...ii..t.. i.v .. .. -:. , 7 for I be locnt inn of n .. '. .. r iw'i, ,n ioiiowj to-wtt: CoRiniencinir at tho southeast cor4 i" i... ..o. a ui mu nonnea-.t qiiartiToll .u ' P ranRe Ktlienri ou tbe sect bin lino as near as practicable ... .UUw.c.. n. r oi section , Uiwnshii in, range 10; and ujion sai.l proixi.ed ro1 tin board appointed tbn li.llour.. ..... . Frank Hawkins, l. A. Stnbl and J. W. far 4 .., u, inoei at tne uckiuiiUic of said roai on The S.lth day of November, A. , 1881 Bllfl.Vl.u.1.. 1 1- 7. . L .,imihi txuniilieiion with tin County burvoyor, to view; locate and survey rrsfttl uml Ijs irivn ii .... . i. - ... Hy onler ol the lloanl. "-armc. tft!t Wit. f. tWlXli. County t.lerli. Road Notice. Notice hi lu-ieby civen Oi.it a H titii.n ha Fi.iuiiini ,0 i.iiu noun! 01 tiiinty Com missioners 01 Lyon county, liaiifias, askln. or uie location ol a cotiiitv roai! um louowt, ui-wii: txiininencttiR at the noith east corner of the south Imir ..r ti,.. ..... .1,..-. quarter of section a, towii.hlp SI, ran if u l:i , , 1 . "-ciiou line as near n- practicable to the kombc-isi corner of ni-rtioi i "w usoip 11, rwiiiu 13; ana upon faid pio posed mail the board upioiiu-d the follow in viewers: T It. Ness, It r. Mehatr. y and r road'on" 0t 1U U'1,U,I,,K 1,1 Tbe 30IU day of November. A. .. 1881 at 10 o'clock a. m., atid in eoiijuiictlon will too County 8uivovor. in viu- 1. survey said roal, and to civo all parlies ; . ."rs w.,.-r oi liiu iko.irtl. t Wm. r. KWINU. County t lerk. Road Notice. Notice is hereby Riven that a petition b: been prase ted to the Hoard of County Con nuwioners or i.you county, Kansas, askini .... ,il4mhui rciWiiiv roau. ss loHuwJ '-":. oiiiiiiencinsr at ir.e southwest rurni of section 11. township ao, rang? 11, thorn north two mi list to the north section i, towmhip ao, range 11, interKectlnj with roa.1 runnina; east and west; and npoi saiii proposed road Ibe board appointed H i Willis and M. (Ji am nets to meet at the Ik imniuK oi naiu roaii on The 23d day of November, A. 1881 at iu o-cioc.k a m .and in eonjnnctioa with th County (surveyor, 10 vi-jw, locate and turve nmiwiniiiiinKiiii ut parties a licurlii 4J . Wsi. KWING. County Clerk Dentists. J. A. YOUNG, s$ t Tn "kt tit o m . Emporia. Kaa. itooMfl over - First National IUk DR. TH0S. F. DAVENPORT, DENTIST, Cor. Sixth Avenae and Commercial k ur taiu. Emporia, Kakba Musical Instruments. HALL, WAITE & CO. -Dealers in- PIANOS, OR GANS Small Instrumknts, MUSIC BOOKS SHEET MUSIC. e. :, - AUo unti for thm ST. JOHN IMPROVED HOWE A SINUER SEWING MACHINES, j Keedleit for all Stylen of Mttl - truiueg, ... And that musical wonder called "ORGUINETTE" . IkCaUaadkeait '' : . L, a. acLt ono, I'robata Judge. an.Loao. n.ary rtiHln t. n. J. mr. Kixtono TrRSKT8 AKD COII NSKI.OHS A I -oris, kali tax. L, -w. u as tne eoort Itott e. Eat fV;.