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NEURALGIA,
SCIATICA,
LUMBAGO,
BACKACHE,
GOUT,
SORENESS
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CHEST,
SORE THROAT,
QUINSY,
SWELLINGS
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SPRAINS,
FROSTED FEET
EARS,
nvnirs
SCALDS,
filUZSJLI.
BODILY FAIRS.
TOOTH, EAR
HEADACHE.
All otto Fain
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ACHES.
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tare, slice, tili-M bYbms rHKAP tiUrtMl Rmiwmlf.
A trifci mtjla oiuirily trtftia Mllir f
O-nt. uJ i.jrj om uifermc; wills '- m mv
ciioap svasj prof at urn imimm.
DIKIATlOfca. IH EL TBI La K41C AC ItM.
S9LD IT ALL I -08 11 1ST AM ICALCIt IH HtB!CL
JU VOCELER A. CO.
Itultittiurr, Mtl., U. H. A
ITERS
TAs majority of tin Uie of tho human
body arise from a derangement of tho
Liver, affecting both IMIUiuMu
toirtl. In order to effect m cure, it to
MfMHary to fof (A can. Irregu
lar and BtuggieH action of tho Bowels,
llraditeh;Hlekneee at the CldMMt.hU
in the Hark and Lotne,ete.,tiidleatethat
the Liver la at fault,and that nature re
quire aseletanee to enable this organ to
tii rote off impurltlcm.
I'r.'ckly Asls lUlterour especially
eompaunded for this purpootm Theyaro
tit I ll in their action and effective am a
cures are pteaeaut In the tamteandtakon
easily by both chl'J' . u it nd adults. To-
ken aveordiug to tliriotis, they aro m
eufe and victim i, I c it for Dyspepsia,
ieni'l DKlillity, Habitual ;on
tlputloia, li:;i?cti KIdiiOli,
i-lc. .!:. Amui:.;txtU furtatertheu
are superior to unj other medUHnot
c causing the (filew thoroughly, and
imparting nete t ifm and energy tothein
vatid. Zt ie a medicine and not at
Iillox IcutllllC urreraye.
All TOUR HUOGIST rOI PRICIlf AM IITTIU,
udukauoihn. TttlC. M OO par Bottla.
KEYED EROS. X CO., - SOLE PROPRIETORS.
Bt. Louts snd Ean City
TO KKItVOUS HUFFKUEieS.
Tllfc: (iltKAT Kt'ltOl'K AN UKMKOY.
IHt .1. It. MMHMON ft M-KOIKIU M KU1C1NS It
1 ji iMi.ilivu iMir (or til nrv.in- tli)i , n
iiinitul unx.
l hf im)iiory.
In Ii.ti'.U
or !. to mill
t.itUM th.il
If ' tO 4-4HI-
uniitUn.iii'
:ir!y nra
Tim SiM-f ilh:
Mutlii.Hiu is Iicfno; uoluiih li ontlrrfiil mio
fvH. l'amiihlulN huut frw to nil. Write for
tln'iii ntnl trnt UiU jiarticulai Trice of 8iw-ctil,lM-r
a."kai(f, or six aikntce lr$5.
AU'lrc wll onlt'n to
J. 11 S1MI'MN MKIUCINKIO.,
Not. 1U4 unl UHi ftlutti tst , Uuffulo, N. Y.
For nulo by V. II butler. KwiKir.it, kua.
Quickly and
Permanently
ASTHMA
Dr.SlmV'n'tAith ma Remedy
U uniiiinliMl aM n piiHltlve
AltiTativ nii1 I'ur, fx
Asthma and DysTsersla.
CURED
nil nil tlielx attnTiiiit evlln. It doe not merely
iiir.ird li'iiiiHirury rolU-f. but Is a pt-rnmneut cnr.
Mrs. !. K. r Ui lmori-, C)..my or It: "I am
mrvrurti tit 1'ic Mi-crilv cjfecu ttf joiip remeily. It it
the firtt nirilu lne in tlx ycarm tout has Imitated my
ctitttih nml nintU cntcrtontflim etttx' J note Bleep ail
Muni iciihulu etituininn If vour (lruuKlst duw not
kvci) it.avud fur trtwtlHe nmt tettimmtals to
V II. I. K. I-U K
SU Uivaaaair, Maw tar
rVt-
A"S2?1
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FOR
CHILLS
AND FEVER
CAU8KU BT
Malaria! Poisoning
OF THE BLOOD.
A Warranted Cure.
Price, SI. 00.
ttf roa uu bt ut SBuaoitTS. j&
Dr. Peck's Artificial Ear Drums
PmiTTTLY RRITORB THE HCAUINO
urui HT!rtn ih work of Hi Nikturtl UmM,
AUvnvn U ixwttton, baft lnvUlll to other.
All OuDTAnuktlon aod even whisper Iteurtl di-tim-tly.
W rfr to Uom tik Im.b. tStnd fur
0--ni.tivi circular vuh Uiimomuls. Ailtra,
U. P. X. FECK A CO., UrMMlwM, ,twVrk.
Bend for oof
New Illustra
ted Frice-List
No. 30, for
Fall and Win-
teroflSSl. Free to any address. Con
tains full description of all kind of goods
for personal and family use. We deal
directly with Uie consumer, and sell all
goods in any quantity at vkolctcdc prices.
You can buy better and cheaper than at
liume.
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
227 and 29 Wabasli Avenue,CLicago,Ill.
KM1MVMKNT IOU ALL.
Til HKI.I. A IIOUSEIIOIJ) AUTICIJC
K lMHir Ha well
as tho ricli, the tlt as
X. II a Hie yoiinir.
. the wile aa well a Ihe
Iiii-Ii.iikI. u.o yottt'K uialilun a well the
vouiiK tu rn. Uiu girl a well a the boy, may
j i - ii wi ll earn a IV w il.ilUi in honest em-
tli im-tit, ms ui Hit ni-ouml tio home ami wait
lor lli.-ri eai-ti It lr tliem. We ran irive
ou t-iiit'l v mi'iil, all the time, onturinir your
-:-iii i- in.,! i ,ni) ; ir.ivt-iiuic, or in your own
neiltUirh -l, iiimmtf your 1'rieiuU anil ae-ituaiiiUitii-4'H.
I f you hi nut enre lor employ
ment, weriiii impart valuahle information to
yon i rt i' oi cot IL n ill eot-t you only one
r.fitt fur a lt:u r:iii to write lor our I m.
I-- Hi-, nnl it ni.ty Ixr th. mean of tanking
you a ooi iiiiiav ilollara.
i'oiiot ht'irlivt thin opiiorttinitv. You 1o
mil h.ivo to invest a lurire um of money, antl
run atrial risk of losing it. You will rc.-ill-
ip '' tliut it will lie an eav matter to make
I mm ;n to !) a went, ami etablii-h a lucra
tive runt inilet-eiiilent lttimrs. honorable.
itr:il:(litfrwril ami prolltalilo. Atteml to
this. m:iin-r NulV tor their ia M'JNKY IN IT
lor nil who enguKO with us. We will turpri
you ami yon will wouiler why you never
mil- to u I . lore. v e wnd full particular.
rsKK. A..m-s, .lil lKSIK M'CkH),
Oumc tlu paper.) Marion, Ohio
.1(1(1(1 A RENTS. S"WJi!rB7.-.S
W V V w a a. VI MAS A tl .".a tlllU a- f tHI l US
II K TH of tlio NaTIOVS MiuTtl. PKKHI-
IIKNT OAKMELD. Steel Portrait and
'iiui lllUKtrxititmm; Too parrs. Complete Outfit
ni.wicuily lor 2."ctii to all A rent. Address
atoti.e, UIUUA11U UKUS.
kanta City, Ho.
TnEiiipnorED
EVAPORATORS
Dinke setter
SYRUP,
Sugar,
d JELLY.
with lea ftral and labor than any other apparatus.
Ulllmnilnntf.liiwvhim Jim. or aiallo Kan laatur
than any evaporator In uao. The beat apparatus
known for iuaklnir Jelly Iran a.wot Oder. Ttioo.
uwUlnun. tu-ndforileSBSUlYeotrcularaof Evai
intyni, CanA lUlta Ac Agent Wanted.
VT. fe'AlUl MACHINE COiiuilowss'wiajYk
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FRMKW
DAVID LAHD&ETH B0HS, PWIatWpWa, Pa
tlVSe
TUUKSDAY. NOVEMBER 17 18S1. j
The goose txme propbeta are predict
ing a mild winter.
The subscriptions for the Knights
Templar band haw reached $300.
J. M. Weston left us an immense
turnip, the seed for which was sown lute
in July.
Superintendent Hammond haa put the
water-pipes in good fchnpe for the
winter.
Ofllcer Rotaaine seems to have "scoop
ed in the pot," at rfefferle's Thursday
morning.
"Who will be Ryan's deputy r is the
question which is now aeiutinjr the
Democratic mind.
It is a Terr JuI' Jay ln Emporia when
there aren't one or two convictions under
Uie prohibitory law.
We are informed by a gentlemen who
measured it that three inches of rain fell
at Emporia Thursday night.
Convictions under the liquor law in
Emporia are becoming so numerous that
It is no small matter to keep track of
them.
The paper flower craze has struck Em
poria We never hope to come up to
Topeka, but wc are gradually becoming
(esthetic
The plasterers began work on the
Whitley opera bouse Thursday, and mud-
slinging began at the new Fifth ave-
avenue botel Friday.
A little daughter of Mrs. Mary E-
Smith, residing on East street, (lied
day morning of diphtheria and was
buried in the evening.
The whiskytlea must be succumbing
to the conviction that Emporia is a sort
of a Lot place to live in. And the warm
weather is just only beginuirg.
District No. 81 is issuing bonds to the
amount of $500 for the construction of a
new school house to replace the one
which blew away in September.
A number of the members ot the Nor
mal Faculty attended an educational
meeting at district No. S in Fremont
township last Tuesday evening a week
Justice Culver has rented the rooms in
the News block, formerly occupied by
Buck & Felghan, and moved bis of
fice the early part of this week.
.The Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Express re
ceived a "dandy" set of harness from
Chicago, Saturday morning, for the fine
black horse which draws their express
wagon.
Mr. C. S. Beadle, chief engineer of
the Kansas City and Emporia road, has
completed his corps and started out to lo
Iocate the line between here and Ottawa
Saturday.
II. J. Bird, the Jeweler, received five
beautiful new cases in ebony and nickle
from Chicago Thursday, which add
greatly to the effect of tlie'goods with
which they are filled.
Thomas & Jones, grocers, received
during the months of September and
October nine car loads of tnerchandiiw,
and have already shipped in tbreo car
loads during the present month.
A little three-year-old son of Rev. W.
II. Adams, of the Free Methodist cburcb,
died Thursday in the southwest part of
the city, and was buried Friday afternoon.
The family have only been in Emporia
a few days.
Dr. Emery LaDphcar,ot Hartford, the
former correspondent of The News
from that place, was in the city Thursday
en route to Michigau, where he pro
poses to "double up." We extend con
gratulations.
Henry Cole, a broiucr-in law of D. W.
Sturdevant, died Saturday morning at 3 j
o'clock of enlargement of the liver, at the
St. James hotel, near the Missouri Pacif
ic depot. The funeral took place in the
afternoon.
Wm. Cole was arrested Thursday for
striking a colored lad named Edmund
Bellamy, with a brick-bat, and biought
before Justice Culver for trial, but the
evidence wa so contradictory that the
defendant was discharged.
Negotiations are pending between the
city and the Santa Fe and Missouri Pa
cific railroad companies by which sup.
plies may be furnished by the water
works to the round house and the stock
yard at the Emporia Junction.
The Lvon county jail is without a
single prisoner for the first time in
many years. There is a good deal of
twaddle indulged in regarding the fail
ure of prohibition, but it seems to beat
license by a pretty respectable majority,
all the same.
The wife of W. U. Moorehouse, the
contractor, died Friday of typhoid
fever at the family residence, at the cor
ner of Seventh avenue and Mechanics
street. She was a very estimable lady,
and her death Is deeply deplored by her
many friends in Emporia.
Old gold, buff and cardinal plush will
be very popular this season in fancy
goods and honse-hold decorations. I. D.
Fox says that in his recent visit to the
large Chicago houses dealing in these
lines, cardinal, buff and old gold were
prominent above all other colors.
Round-trip excursion tickets to To.
peka, good from the 14th to the 19th in
clusive, are on sale at the Santa Fe de
pot, for $3.60. This also includes admis
sion to the military drama of the "Color
Guard" which will be the great attrac
tion at the capital next week.
II. Ludy, residing about six miles
north of this city, died Thursday morn
ing at the age of fifty four years, from
the effects of injuries received on the
day ot the soldiers' reunion held in Em
poria in October, when bis team look
fright at a hand car and ran away. The
funeral took place Friday from the resi
dence of the deceased's brother, L. R. Ln-
dy.
Tho good work still goes on. O.
Pfeflerle, David Staack, John Perrier,
John Campbell, Myron Baker, Mrs. L.
It Pfcfferle and R. Erhart were all ar.
rested Thursday by Deputy Sheriff
Roniaine, on a bench warrant from the
District Court, for keeping a nuisance at
the old Pfefferle stand. Running a tip
pling shop in Emporia is not as soft a
snap as it used to be.
J. II. Wiluite, accompanied by N.
Whittlesey, went to Kansas City Tues
day to have an operation performed
upon his eye, the closing of the tear
duct having given him great trouble re
cently, besides threatening serious com
plications to the affected organ. The
case was taken care of by Dr. Tiffany,
the celebrated occnllst, and the patient Is
now doing quite well.
Our taxes in the city are ten cents leas
on the 100 this year than they were last
Last year the tax for all purposes was
$4.70 on the $100, and this year it is
$4.C0. What becomes of the argument
of the whiskyiies that our taxes would
be larguly increased If iho licent
money' waa iWt to the city treasury?
We are glad to le iru ihtt tltu taxei in
the country are greatly n ducvd by ihe
incicase in tho valuation f property.
Twelve doublc-.leck ear-ituds f fine
she-p were ih'pped from Euiimria Fii-
day i" the Missouri Pacific railroad
by Messrs. Wildey and Rhodes. These
gentlemen are sending the sheep to
Michigan and have driven them here
from New Mexico starting in Aogust
last They regard Emporia as one of
the very best shipping and distributing
points in the west This item points
the suggestion made by a News corres
pondent lately regarding the building of
stock yards at this point
PERSONAL MENTION. j
Judge C. B. Graves is quartered at the
Coolidge.
Van McColloch and wife returned Fri
day from a visit of some weeks in
Indiana.
Judg4 Kellogg returned last Friday
from Marion county, where he had been
attending conn.
Mr. C. B. Mason an attorney and
prominent railroad man ot Otttawa, was
in the city Wednesday.
Wi R. Sheen, ot Lawrence, Deputy
Grand Master Workman of the A. O. U.
W- was in the city Friday.
Will Elstun returned Friday from
Missouri, where he has been assisting
his father in buying cattle.
Mr. J. II. Maynard started to Colorado
Friday in the interest of the Leveta
Coal and Mining company.
Mrs. C. II. North returned Thursday
from the east, bringing with her her
neicc, Miss Ileddcn, of Ithica.
Judge Elstun, who has been in Mis
souri for the past two months purchas
ing cattle, has returned to Emporia.
Charlie Cook, son of C Cook, dry
goods dealer, is recovering from a very
dangerous attack of diphtheria.
Miss C- M. Luther, a popular and well
known teacher of Lyon county, has gone
on a visit to Erie, Pennsylvania.
Professor Sogard, formerly of the
State Normal, is employed in the adver
tising department ot the Santa Fe road
Frank Dunn has returned to Emporia
and taken a chair with II. IL Fleet
wood, lie has been at Topeka for some
months past.
Mrs. J. R. Graham, of Rochester,
New York, arrived in this city last even
ing, and is stopping at the residence of
her sor, J. R. Graham.
Robeit Powell, a capitalist from Colo
rado, is slopping with his wife at the
hotel Coolidge. lie thinks some of pur
chasing property in Emporia.
Mrs. Dan McDonald and her mother.
Mrs. II. II. Inness, arrived in Emporia
Friday, and are stopping at the resi
dence of Clinton Waite on Market street
Hon. F. P. Baker and wife, of Topeka,
arrived in the city Wednesday and were
the guests of Hon. Almerln and Mrs
Gillett, of this city. They returned
next day.
Mike Weaver, who was so severely in
jured some days ago by a bull which
trampled him and crushed his ribs, is
gradually improving, and is in. a lair
way to recover. . , i f . -
Mr. J. Shaver, who has been occupy
ing the Case property on Neosho street
tor some weeks past, has moved to New
ton to take charge as chief carpenter, of
a division of the Saata Fe road.
W. F. Thomas, state agent of the Con-
tennial Mutual Life Association, of Bur
lington, Iowa, was in the city to-day.
He was accompanied by Robert Mc
Intyre, who will become the agent for
the company here.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A Ferdinand start
ed Friday for Dubuque, Iowa, the
former home of Mrs. F. Mr. Ferdinand
has advertised his drug store in this
city for salo, and expects to locate at
Dubuque We regret to sec him leave
Emporia, as he is one of our most en-
ergetic business men'.
ADKLIGHTFUL PARTY.
The Emporia Rifles Eutertala Tlielr
friend, la Elegant Style at
Their New Armory.
The Emporia Rirlei entertained their
friends in a very handsome style at their
new armory in the GrafTenatein build
ing on south Commercial street last Fri
day. The fortunate guests included
those persons who assisted the Rifles in
producing tue play of the "Union Spy'
in September, and the party numbered
somewhere in the neighborhood of thir
ty couples.
The armory has been fitted up in the
most tasteful manner, and having been
newly painted and kaUomined, and be
lug as clean as a new pin, is one of the
most attractive places in the city. A
pretty little stage has been erected at one
end of the room, suitable for literary
performances and dramatic enter-
tain men is, gun cases - and cup
boards for uniforms have been
provided, and everything is complete
and convenient as possible, and the per
fection of the arrangements was noted
with pleasure by the ladies, a large num
ber of whom graced the sociable with
their presence. .1 ' .
The program embraced a general ex
change of the courtesies of the evening,
after which dancing was inaugurated
and was generally participated in till
the floor was cleared to make way for
supper, which proved a very important
feature of the happy occasion. The
banquet consisted of delicious bivalves,
served by the Rice Brothers, and a pro
fusion of cold meats of all varieties,
celery, salads, cakes . and other deli
cacies, proviaea ; by ; the wives,
mothers . and sisters f : the' boys
giving the party. A silent drill, by the
Rifles, which showed the splendid pro
gress they have made in the manuel of
arms, was greatly appreciated, and noth
ing was lacking that could possibly con
tribute to the pleasnre of the evening.
The Rifles by diat of perseverance and
pluck have, in the face of many discour
agements, already attained a standard of
discipline which puts them in the very
front rank of military r organizations in
the state, and their prosperity is a source
of profound satisfaction to every citizen
of Emporia who properly estimates
the advantage to any town of a first -class
military company.
Out of Oar Range.
Last Wednesday I boarded a train on
the An T. & S. F. road for Burlingame
do not know the conductor's name, but
he punched tickets like he was used to
it. Burlingame is one of the old towns
which was laid off on the Santa Fe trail
which has lived and prosjicred. It is
improving more at the present time than
for several years past. But few towns
in Kansas have lived through so many
county seat fights. I believe they have
given np the struggle and settled down
to business. Jiurlingame will never
make a great city, but it is already a
good town. , . ? 5
I was on my way to see my big boy,
who is teaching his first school, in the
very northeast corner of Lyon county.
At B. I hired a liveryman to drive me out
to Charlie's boarding " place. He
acquainted in Emporia, but talketf horse
most of the way. We crossed Dragoon
creek, and passed Havana and Wilming
ton; two towns on the Santa Fe trail that
did not survive. The old .hotel of the
first name has-been converted into a
barn. The last has a blacksmith shop.
small store and post office, but it is grail
nally sinking into decays, -
C H. Rice is perhaps ' the yonngest
teacher In the county, but ha seems to be
doing well. His school house was
the range of that terrible fire which
swept across the northeast corner of the
county early in the fall. The school
house was saved by bard work. A part
of the fence was burned. , Some poor
men lost all their hay and fencing. ;
The corn along the creek bottoms
may be set down as a half crop. What
wheat there ia sown looks well now.
Fig-eon Shoot for the Cbamptaa ltadgw.
A pigeon shoot for the champion
badge of the Emporia Gun Ciuli, tin I
sweepstakes shoot look ' place s-uvl
Hallberg'B gardens Thul-'y nflerno'in,
of which the following ate the mti
BAMB SHOOT il TABBi-ln alina
Nad Wearer. ..I 1 1191 I 111 I
J. B.Ualleek 1 i I 1 0 o 1 I 1 07
. W. Urarunler.. o lol I II 1
W.B. Himria,. uu I I 1 1 1 O 1-
K. K. Waayer,..... 4.,; O I 1 s 1 0 I
Tie en seven nraa. '
TtB sboot Vaane -i nians. '
Ned Wearer. ............I 111 01
1. B. Ualleck,... 0 0 11 14
Weaver wjins the badge toe second time.
awBXPSTAXzs S Biaoc 38 tabm bite.
Ned Wearer. 1 10-
J. B. Hal leek 0 0 1
Motet Bate. I O
U. W. Braguaier II 1-
. K. Weaver. 0 0 1 1
THE CITY SCHOOLS.
Condensed Keport tor the Year Ending
July 1st, 1881- Names of Pupils
Neither Absent Nor Tartly
tor the MsuUa Endls
November 4th, 1881.
The fallowing is a condensed report of
the city schools for the" year ending
nly 1st, 1881:
FINANCES.
Teacher.' uUarlei S7.MC 89
Coal and wood Itti.- 2
Supplies 400 45
Janitor BBS 00
ltent 4ii 99
Insurance JEso OS
MiavcUaneous lfiHt 17
Total expense $11,871 S3
Cuat of Luikliog and furniture 22,000 00
1 am tor teacner'a wage, ana super
intendent . 9,100 89
Coet of tuition per month baed on
enrollment 1 OB
Cost ot tuition per month baaed on
average altendaoce 1 IS
School censua ior IsaO 1,4'Jt 00
W hole number or pupils enrolled... 1,068
Average daily attendance sui
Number of teacher 17
Average enrollment per teacher.... - 63
Average attendance per teacher... ut
The following is a list of pupils neith
er tardy nor absent for the month ending
November 4th, 1881:
William Born. Allen Davenport. Or-
ville Dick, George Elstun, Sam Foisom,
Court Harvey, Hidney Ualleck. Charlie
Jones, Fred Lewis, Fred Protheroe,
Frank Thomas, Willie Hollaadsworth,
liobert JSrashear, Carrie Brown. Dora
Brown, Lillie Clark, Sarah Davis, Bessie
Johnson, Blanch McCain, Maud Morns,
Mollie Miller, Anna Fatty, Clara Flatt,
Mora l"i per, uattie bcuniidlinir. Kate
Thomas, Rosa Wilson, Daisy Peck,
Kitty Feck, Lydia Harthel.
Jr. A- moos, Teacher.
Anna Stout Jessie Tipton. Essie Salis
bury. Priscilla Randolph. Maude Pet
tingill, EfHe Morris, Mary McElfresb,
Mamie Martin, May Leonard, Bertha
Laughlin, Daisy Kelso, Alice Isom,
Cynthia Hummer, Nellie Hughes, Lillie
Harris, Florence Gnerrier, Lucy Frizzell,
Carrie Frizzell, Anna Cassell, Lillie Fix,
Alvin Wright, Willie Thomas, James
Pappan, Edgar Myers, Carl Newton,
Charlie Madden. Willie Lowe, Mark
Jillson, Eddie Gntekunst, Jesse Gnnkel,
Jimmie Griffith, Alfred Davis, Trella
Henderson, John Burrows.
Lizzie (Jout-t, Teacher.
Arthur Bailv. Chester Culver. John
Whitehill. Eda De Ludolpb. Ruth Love,
John Ashlev. Richard Brown. George
Counseller, llttie Chase, Martha Dunkin,
John Figb, Clinton King, Jennie Mar
tin, Charlie Jacobs, Theodore Reed,
Harry Scbmidhntr, Landon Taylor,
Sadie Heideman, Lizzie Samuels, Lettie
Worcester, Willie Kralt, Frank Ran
dolph, Laura Ttcer.
okixb -Uarsweix. Teacher.
Anna Anderson. Minnie Brown. Mary
Brown, Clara Colton, Mabel Cunning-
ham. Bertha Drake, Sophia Eckdall,
Sarah Lewis. Ma?rie Lewis. Pearl Mil
ler, Ara Fedigo, Kichie binitu, iuiitn
tttainbrook. Jennie wicks, Mary nil
Hams, Nona W ilson, Albert Atyeo, Jamie
liarnett, .Edgar (Jorbelt cira UraK.0, .Ed
die Eskridee. Morgan Jones. Joe Mast,
llarrie Feyton, cuariie Frotnero, uavia
Samuels, Cyrus bprague, Howard Thom
as. Mat Ovekstreev. Teacher.
Henry Bom, Warren Bennett Orlo
Cory, Ernest Fox, George Heideman,
Horaco Kenyon, Oscar Keller, Hale
Lutz. Eugene McCain, Oscar Preston,
.buuie itothrock. Milton Shaver, joe
Samuel, Willie Shepherd, Gomer
Thomas, Willie Bishop, Edgar Tress,
Laura Uuckner, Grace Chaltant, Aman
da Evans, Nellie Frost, Lulu Garbison,
Fet Jones, Clara Morgan, (Japloua
Moon, Viola Moon, May O'Connell,
Ellen Romaine. Frances Simmons, May
Lyman.
Wc present for the benefit of the pub
lic the following condensed report of the
city schools for the month ending Nov.
4th: ' .
Whole number enrolled 1,003 ; average
number belonging, 928; number in pri
mary department, 48C; intermediate,
203 ; grammar, 232 ; high school, 49.
The pupils arc located as follows
Constitution street school, 185; Union
street school, 263 : Second avenue school
04; Sixth avenue school, 25.
The whole number of tardinesses, 352
number of half-day absences, 1472 ; the
per cent of the number neither absent
nor t:wdy, on the average number be
longing, will be found to be 48, showing
that more than one-half of the pupils
are out at leastone-half day in a month
The whole number of seats is 940,
leaving an excess ot C3 pupilx.
The greatest number of tardinesses in
any one room is 42, the least, 3; the
greatest number of half day absences
in any one room is, 155; parents will
find it poor economy to detain their
childreu-from school. It is alike hurt
ful to the pupil and the school.
There have been 85 visitors at the dif
ferent schools during the school month
We will publish the names of the pu
pils to-morrow who have been neither
absent nor tardy for the month.
There are twelve non-residents attend
ing school. The census for this year
gives the district 1541 children of school
age, 114 of whom are between five and
six years of age.
The total number of white males
G44; females 730; colored males, 80; fe
males, 78; total number of white chil
dren, 1,383; total number of colored
children, 158. There are 408 children
of school age in the district outside of
the city proper of which six are colored,
P. J. -Cabmichael,
Superintendent.
A proposition was afterwards dis
cussed at Emporia to build a ship-canal
from that town to the Mississippi river,
but as they had no water with which to
irrigate the canal, the scheme was aoan
doned. Commonwealth.
The fellow that advocated the proposi
tion .was running as a candidate for
representative and was elected. His
opponent was asked how he stood on the
canal proposition, and replied "he was
in favor of the d d thing if it could be
irrigated." That sealed his fate in that
race, as Emporia voters would not hear
of even a doubt of the success of the en
terprise. Emporia never went back on
a man who proposed to give her a canal
or six or seven railroads at a single ses
sion of the legislature. Never! By the
way, the man that proposed the canal
scheme is now "an Ohio man." and has
never had an appointment.-
And Still Another.'
Carl Miller was tried and convicted
the second time befoie .Esquire Bachel
ler Friday .afternoon, for violating the
prohibitory law. ' The! following gentle
men composed the jury : E. Tipton, D.
L. Risbury.T. P. Hall, E. Bo r ton, Thos.
Armor, B. F. Harris, H. Dunlap, M. M
Mason, II. C. Whitley, N. B. Ireland, W.
J. Carney, T. D. Childers. Lewis Gray
son was the leading witness for the
state, and he testified to having pur
chased whisky at the saloon of the de
fendant for one Mrs. Harris, who, it was
aliened, wanted it for chills. - The effort
of the defense to break down Grayson's
evidence by bringing Mrs. Harris into
court proved abortive, and the' jury,
after being out ten or fifteen minutes re
turned a verdict of , guilty.' . The way to
convict is to convict
The Literati. - '. '
There was a large and appreciative
audience, in attendance at the Literati
Friday evening, and the exercises were
worthy the close atttention ihey re
ceived.
' The paper edited by Miss Rich and
Mr. Rins possesses an advantage over
the other papers of the city; one of its
editors is Rich.
The ladies on the debate proved them
selves to be more than equal to the gen
tleman in discussion, and got the unani
mous decision of the judges. ' ;
Arrangements have been made for a
contest meeting of the two societies to
be held in the Literati hall, next Friday
night The contest will he . very inter
est iug, as the best talent of both socie
ties will be engaged. The ptogram will
be publislu d in due season. : '
,- V Stwck Again.
On laal Thursday David Staack wis
again tried before Just ice Bacht-ller f
w-lltng liqoor, and was fined $i50. , The.
c.-i-i- aim ajealed, John Perrier and R.
Euu-t furnishing iho bail required. ;
Tlte official vole if Lyon county as
ascertained by the cnnirnts-tinners
by ".' their canvas's of the, returns
Friday, ; does not differ ! materially
from that set forth in the . ab
stract published in Tax Nkws of Wed
nesday Ryan is still elected by a safe
majority.
WHAT SHE SHOULD DO.
A Few Snggestloas of Importance oa a
Subject of Interest to the Xjtdier.
And Certain Facts Whleh Should
bs
. Known by All Women.
From the Home Journal, Sew York.
A short time since an article appeared
in the columns of this paper.beine a soy-
oposis of a lecture delivered by a prom
inent woman beiore a well-known Jew
England society. This article dealt so
directly with, the needs of women, and
contained so many hints which were
valuable, that it naturally at
tracted no little attention, and has, we
learn, been a subject 01 comment in so
cial circles in nearly every part of the
land, iteaiizing that no subject can be
of more vital importance, as well as in
terest to all readers, than the condition
of the women of America, we have col
lected and prepared with considerable
care, additional facts bearing upon the
same subject
'the ladies or this country nave been
more observed and talked about than
those of any other land, and Europeans
always notice their characterists usual
ly with admiration. Sara Bernhardt de
clared she did not see how any one
could resist falling in love with "those
pretty American ladies." one mignt
have added, that even her far-famed
French nation would find it difficult to
equal, much less excel, American wo
men in quickness ot perception and
brilliancy of intellect The minds and
manners of American women are all
that can be desired ; but it is a lementa.
bie tact that tneir physical frames are
far inferior in comparison with their
social and mental characteristics.
The women of England are noted for
their nona health; those or uermany ior
their strong constitutions, and the ladies
of France for their exuebernce of spir
its ; but American women possess no one
of these qualities in any prominence,
and all or them only in a slight degree.
The reason for this must be plain to ev
ery careful observer, sedentary ways, de
votion to lasnion out auove ail ana more
than all, carelessness and indifference
to daily habits and duties, have rendered
the women of this land far less strong
and healthy than it is either their duty
or privilege to be. This - irregular and
lndiuerent manner or living brings about
the most serious results and is
both directly and in indirectly of
untold injury to the race. The cause,
therefore being manifestly nnder the
control of the women themselves, ths
power to remove it must naturally be
under their control also. American
women can possess just as charmed
lives as though they lived in Europe or
any toreign land, 11 they only desire ana
determine to do so.
The primajy cause of the suffering
from disease is impure blood. The per
formance of the natural func
tions of womanhood and mother
hood is not -a disease, nor should it
be treated as such, and to maintain
one's health the organs which make and
purity the blood must be preserved in,
or restored to, their normal condition.
These organs are the kidneys and liver,
It is the omce 01 the Kidneys to taie
from the blood the poisonous matter
which has been collected from all parts
of the body and pass it on trom the sys
tem. If they are impaired in their action
they cannot do this work, the poison ac
cumulates and all the organs in the body
which are sustained by the blood are
weakened and give way, and finally tho
kidneys and contiguous organs become
the source of great pain, and without
prompt relief death is certain,
it is tne omce 01 me liver to extract
other impurities from the blood and
utilize a portion 01 tnem ior digestion
If the liver is disordered all forms of
dvspesia occur, the bowels cannot expel
the waste matter ana tne most distress
ing inconveniences follow. 1 bis is es
pecially true in the case of women. And
U the bowels are thus inactive ana over
loaded the neighboring organs, which
are particularly dependent for their
right atcion upon the state of the liver,
bowels and ' kidneys, become
displaced- and the consequences
which ensue are too wen known
to require statement in a suggestive ar
ticle of this kind. The secret, however,
of preyenting these manifold disorders
is to keep tne muneys ana liver in per
fect work i nc condition. This is reason.
this is science, and it appeals with force
to the sunenng women ot America.
When the body is in healthy condi
tion then comes benuty of complexion,
elasticity of step, hopefulness ot dispo
sition and comfort and happiness in the
duties and responsibilities ot a family.
There . is, thertfore, every incentive to
secure and preserve bouyant nealtu
Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure,
the remedy described in the lecture to
which reference has already been made.
is receiving, as it certainly merits, the
most careful attention and a trial of
the women of the land. It is a pure and
simple vegetable remedy which is now
doing more to bring health and strength
to the American women than any one
tiling which has ever been discovered,
It acts directly upon the liver, kidneys
and adjacent orsraus. sootnes any in
flammation, allays all pain and
places those organs in a condition
to bring health to the body and happi
ness to the life. The manufacturers of
this great remedy, as we learn from the
lecture, have the written tnanKs ot thou
sands of women many of them of great
prominence but these letters are very
properly regarded as too sacred for pub
lication. - No true woman is pleased to
have her physical troubles Haunted in
the eyes of the world.
The unquestionable value of Warner's
bale Kidney and Liver cure is all the
more manifest from the fact that hereto
fore no adeqaate remedy for the ills of
women nas ever been discovered ; nor
have the medical prolession ever been
able to assist women in her troubles as
she deserves. This is, perhaps, largely
due the presence of so much bigotry and
intolerance in that profession. The his
tory of medicine is a history which il
lustrates to the fullest the blighting ef
fect of bigotry and intolerance. Uar
vey, who discovered tho circulation of
the blood, was driven out 01 .England
Jenner, the father of vaccination, was
oppressed and scoffed at Thompson,
the founder of the Thompsonian theo
ry, was the victim of a hateful conspira
cy. Morton, in Massachusetts, who in
troduced the . use of ether
in surgical operations, was
charged with witchcraft, and yet the
discoveries or these men are to-day rec
ognized as ot innnite benent to the race.
It is the solemn duty of every physician
in the land to take advantage ot every
opportunity which is within his reach
not to promote the interests of this or
that school, but to heal the people of
their innrmities. All have witnessed
death-bed scenes and felt that if skill
were equal to disease death, might have
been postponed many years ago that
science (it use were made 01 all the agen
cics which she has revealed) was equal
to a cure.
How many a time in the experience
of all has this been illustrated! A cold
is contracted, it refuses to yield to
fixed form of treatment, the physician
may not be candid enough to call in the
aid of other schools, or of independent
agencies, and the dear one dies because
the doctor will not exhaust every expe
dient known in the world for relief I If
he have the courage of his convictions
and employs outside agencies he is vis
ited with, expulsion from Uie society of
his Icllows, and, torsootn, becomes what
they choose to call a "quack." - When
they have exhausted all the agencies ap
proved by their schools they "shirk
the responsibility" of the death of their
patient by advising a trip to Colorado
or Florida or a voyage to .Europe
Such treatment may be in accordance
with the "code of ethics," but in the
view of the unprejudiced public it is
downright cruelty, if it may not be
even more strongly characterized.
There is no reason, however, why the
women in this land should not possess
the best of health and spirits.- The
character of the country, the activity of
ber surroundings and the opportunities
al lorded for recovering lost health and
retaining the same are jrreatcr than
those of any other land on the face of
the globe. By a careful observance of
the plain and simple laws of health ; by
a watcntui care over daily nabits and
duties, and by a regulation ot the life
with the remedy above named, which
has become so prominent and valuable,
there is no reason why all the desirable
things we have mentioned may not be
secured in their highest degree. It is
therefore a matter of importance that all
women give this subject the attention
which it deserves, and the care which
they are able to bestow, conscious that
their efforts are certain to bring them
perfect health and long and happy lives.
Bcurm cocoAin,
For Prematura Loss of the Hair Phil
adelphian's opinion: "One year ago
my hair commenced falling out until I
was almost bald. After using Cocoaine
a few months, I have now a thick
growth of new hair."
Alex. Henry, 814 East Girard Ave.
Burnett's Flavoring Extracts, always
standard.
.... Buckles' Aralea Salve.
. fhc beast salve in - the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, nicers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all kinds of skin eruptions.
This salve is guaranteed to give perfect
satisfaction in every case or money re
funded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale by B. Wheldon & Co.
Chase County Leader: The Repnbli-
carried every township in the
county. The result of fusion. Men can
be reasoned with, bat not driven.
Legal.
Notice to Cont3"actors.
Piils will be received bv tne School Board
of School District No. til, in the town of tier
ery, (jreenwood county. State of Kansas,
unui tne xstot secern ocr, ism. ior uie erec
tion of a atone school house in the town of
Scverv. Bid. to be received for the whole
Job, or separate ior the carpenter and mason
work : contractors to turni.u au material and
labor. Plans and specifications to foe found
with the Board at bevcrv. Contractors will
be reqaired to give bond for the fulfillment
of contract. The Board reserves, the right to
reject any or all bids.
N. R. Mc DON AtD. Director.
W45tSdt3 ISAAC WYANT, JJist. Clerk.
Publicatoa Notice.
Lakd ofpicb at Topeka. Ram.,,
October 14, 11. i
Notice is hereby siren that the following
named settler has filedaiotios of bis intention
to make final proof in support of his claim,
and that said pseof will be made before the
Clerk of the District Court of Lyon county,
Kansas, at the county seat on Monday, No
vember 31. 1881. rix: Darius Terrcl. home
stead application No. 4553 lor the north half
or northwest quarter of section SO, township
20 south, range 11 east.
ne name tne louowtng witnesses to
prove bis continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of said land, via: D.J. Stark, A.
M- Terrel, Wm. Stokes and Adam Bitler, all
of Emporia, Kansas
42tS W. H 1 ITZPATE1CK, Register.
Administrators Sale of Real Estate.
By virtue of an order of sale.
issued out of the honorable Probate
Court of Chase county. Kansas, and dated
Augusts, a., u. isei. we oner at private sale
uie ioiiuwihk uwcnucu real propcrcv. ue-lona-inc-
to the estate of Asa Uiliett. de
ceased, situated in Chase and Lyon counties,
nausaa:
1ST LYON COUNTY.
Lots 131 and 131. Merchants street Emuoris.
tunproveu; a uesiraoie reameuoe.
uat, 11 neo.no street, Kmuona. nnimuroreil.
A half interest in lot Is. Commercial street.
Emporia, (new brick building; a desirable
UUMUVN y rwperty f .
IN CHASE COUNTY.
Lots T. 8 and S. in block 17. Cottonwood
Falls, with irame house.
North half of lots 18. 19 and 30. in block 14.
-onn uiHuowiiwi rails, witn irame ware
hmiaa. fa food Imsineaa iimiiArt,! cj rn.r li.t
South half of lots 9 and 10, in block 16 Jforth
Cottonwood Falls, with frame store house.
An undivided half of the uortheast quarter
01 tne nonneass quarter 01 sccuou 22, town
ship 19, range 8, Chase county.
or particulars or sale, apply to
BABBARA GILLETT. Admx.
JOHN TA YLOli,) . ,, ,
J.S SU1PMAN. J Admrs.
Aug. 22, 18S1. Cottonwood Falls. Kan.
Sheriff's Sale.
John A. Moore vs. Patrick Killian.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an
order ot sale, issued out of the Fifth Imlir.ial
district court, in and for Lyon county am
state of Kansas, in the above entitled cauee
and to me directed, I will on Monday.
December 4th. A. D. 181. at lOo'eloe.k k m
at the front door of tho court hntotA. in the
city 01 cmporta, Lyon county, Kansas, offer
or gaiu, auu sei- at puuito auction to the
highest bidder lor cash, all right, title and
interest, of Uie said defendant, in and to the
luiiuwing uescriueti real estate, to wit:
mo. .uu, on Karai street, in the city 01
Kmpor-a. Lyon count v. Kansas. The said
property to be sold as the nron rtv of said
ucmutiitui 111 KaLui auiuorueroi saie.
J . U. MOON,
Sheriff of Lyon county, Kansas.
October 30. Wtl. w4ilo
Administrator's Final Notice.
Notice is hereby eiven that the nnflerstcme.1
ulminiutt-nli-iTnr ttii. Mir.t T .1 a n-. 1 1 .. 1 i . ..
deceased, will make final settlement of said
estate at the office of the probate judge ot Ly
on county, Kansas, in Emporia, on Monday,
j an. in, ist at 10 o'clock a.m. fclie will at
said time make application to said judge for
niiuiT-uug w iu mil 11 ouuillllittrairix,
-t4 LEAH DEITBIC1L
liy Cunningham & McCarty, Atty's.
Loan Agencies.
S. B. RIGGS,
Lana ana Insurance Acent
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE CARE
FULLY COMPILED!
Represents First Class Fire In
surance Corrmanies.
Corner of Fonrth avenue and Commercial St
EMPOBIA, KANSAS
Wilson, Toms & Wfiarton,
Udd teilows building, Emporia, Kan,,
Farm Loans and lieal Estate,
MOSEY TO LOAN
on improved farms on long time at low
est rates.
Money always on hand
and no delay!
Our extensive eastern and western
connection will give us unequalled facil
ities tu uanining real estate.
Unices at St. Lo-tis, Mo.; Hartford. Conn.
Cananilaigu.t. N. Y.; St. Joseph, Mo ; Wich
it- I.- ..... ... u-..li: . - '
M, IV ..11 1 , t 11 111 IOU, MX as.
WALTER BROWN & CO.,
Wool Commission Merchants
BOSTON.
Consignments Solicited.
KEPEU13NCES:
Otis D. Swan. First National Bank,
EitroRiA National Bank;
Crocerles.
THOMAS & JONES
dealers in
Staple and Fancy
GROCERIES
FIOUB, GRAIN,
COUNTRY PRODUCE
OCR MOTTO:
BEST GOODS AT BOTTOM PRICES
AND WARRANTED TO
PLEASE.
EMPORIA, KANSAS.
NEW GROCERY!
Corner of 4th Avenue and Commercial St.
A full assortment of
STAPJLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES!
Which will be sold low for cash, or exchanged
for produce.
Give us a call.
N. B. IRELAND & ERO.
L. C. WOOD,
SIXTII AVENUE. .
Staple anil Fancy Groceries, ;
. Glassware, Qneensware, fcc.
Highest market price paid for choice batter.
GROCERY,
Store Newydd,
1 am
IIUG1IES A COMPANY,
114 Commercial street, Emporia '
Gel wen yno evn prynn yn unman, arali
weledei stoc sc sydd ar wcrth ya ruad.
N. AMSBAVUII,
Dealer ia staple and fancy
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
Boots, Shoes, Hats Caps,
CLOTHLKG, CROCKERY, SOTIOSS.
Csaatry Prsdaee Beirat aa4 Sol4.
DUNLAP, - KANSAS.
Hotels.
Park Place Hotel,
EMPORIA, KANSAS,
Opposite A., T.&S.F. R. R. Depot.
rirs-Cla In All Its AssslstaMata.
HOTEL COOLIDGE,
Tk Leasing Hotel ef Ike City.
llaesM Es Sails silk Bains.
Lsrg Sam ale Ksosh Pint Fleer.
Barker ttiaos, Kiiiiars JKssaa, Ac
Emporia, Kansas.
K. K. C&1LEY A CO., Proprietors.
LOAN
WILSON, TOMS & WHARTON,
loT'We ean make lower rates than any ot
our competitor. -
Odd Fellows' Bcildikg, "
EMPORIA LOAN AND TRUST CO.,
I Loans on mortgages ol real estate and I T vn-M A w-.4-s
other securities. iJUOll r.
Dibkctobs H. C. Cross, President; L. Severy, Vice President; Van S. Holmes,
Treasurer; Otis 1). Swan, Secretary; Wm. Marti ndalc.
Emporia,
EDWARD E. HOLMES.
ISsT"! nave tlO.OCu that I am desirous of loaning
nc w uays, ana win make low
Bancroft Block, - -
GROCERIES.
ACNES CITY GROCERY.
KWiU be h.remmy and new
Staple and Fancy Groceries, and Boots and Shoes.
S2?-N. B. Country Prodnce wanted.
Rupert & Pollock's old stand, -
Grange Store,
CHARLES PAINE, Agent,
deals, in
Groceries. Provisions,
First door north of Dr.
Bottom Prices to
FURNITURE.
ARNOLD & CO.,
Manufacturers
AT OUR WATER-POWER FURNITURE FACTORY, on the Cottonwood
river, one mile south of Emporia, we make to order, in the best style,
llflflir r-i a is rota
CABINETS,
STANDS,
DESKS,
BACKS. &c. &c.
AT OUR SALESROOM. No. 164
FULL AND ELEGANT LINE,
Ua
MILLINERY.
Mrs. D.
MILLINERY!
Over a W. NEWMAN & CO.'S Store.
BOOKS AND
I. D. FOX & CO.,
Jewelry, Watcles, Clocks,
New Goods, Latest Styles, Lowest Prices,
a.iM.bi I.. ' ji-iff -.j y
BY KINO'S NEW SYSTEM,
,ANDJ?ITTI-D WITH COMBINATION BPECTACIJrUI;
JHEY WILL CORRECT AMD PRESERVE THE SIGHT..
pedLerscannotgkt,thesb QOODS.
FOB Btl.C
Repairing Fine Watches, Jewelry and Spectacles a Specialty.
SCHOOL
SCHOOL BOOKS,
SCHOOL STATIONERY,
SCHOOL SUPPLIES
BLANK BOOKS, ,
.SLATES, PENCILS,
PENS, INK,
NOTE-BOOKS.
At the
City Book S
Merchant
G. P. JONES & CO.,
MERCHANT TAILORS
AND CLOTHIERS.
CO
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GO
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Our stock lop Fall and Winter
Wit
-II
partment; it is larger anu wore attractive man at any
previous season. The latest and best styles that
CAM B IOUKD IJf HK RAgTKK.lt KAKKKT8.
Men's and Boys' Clothing, Overcoats & Ulsters.
HONEST GOODS AT, LOWEST PRICES
Cor. Commercial and .Fifth.;-" Emporia, Kansas
JEWELRY
18B6.,
The Oldest Jewelry House in Emporia.
Carries the largest stock of first class goods in
the city at prices as low as the lowest.
WATH REPAIRING A SPECIALTY!
AND
All Work Warranted First Class.
COMMISSION
DAVE A. PAINTER,
na5"SL. Live Stock
ILaw&as Cttt, - -
AGENCIES.
-
Money to Loan.
Emporia, Kansas.
Kansas.
within the
Loan Agent.
Emporia, Kansas
rates on it.
-
J R C. EdWOTdS, PfOpr.
Commercial Street near Focrtu
Queensware& Produce
Moore's Drug Store.
Cash Customers.
of and dealers in
FURNITURE.
Commercial street, will be found a
of EVERYTHING In FURNITURE
DsoerlakiEg Dpeilient
COMPL.ET13.
Genuine Metalic Cases.
Prompt attention to all calls.
ARNOLD & CO.
Kidder,
STATIONERY.
Silverware, Sjectacles, &c
and every sale guaranteed as represented.
AT
fiMlaaitaaaUaaaaaf
trial toaa atasaUtea-
OHf.V BT
ej OO.
BOOKS.
Of all kinds, mcluding
CRAYONS, &c.,
TORE I
ELLEN PLUMB.
Tailors.
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Is now complete in every de
MERCHANTS.
Commission Merchants.
- - MiasocBl
HARDWARE.
N. E. WEAYEE,
' (SUCCKSSOR TO LKWI3 LC I Z )
H A R D
Dealer in Iron, Nails, Fence Wire,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, &C.
The "Weber" and "Mitchell'Wagons."
Lute's old stand, Emporia, Kansas.
J. M. GRIFFITH & CO.,
-DEALERS IN-
GENERAL
Iron and Steel, Nails,
Agricultural Implements, &c. Sole agents in
Emporia for the Bain Wagon, Deere & Co.'s
Plows and Cultivators, Gilpin Sulky Plow,
New Home and Singer Sewing Machines,
Champion Reaper and Mower.
The Royal St. John
Sole agents in Emporia for the (only original patented wire) celebrated
Gidden's Steel Barbed Fence Wire.
Sixth Avenue-Hardware Store.
SMITH & "FT ATT I,
DEALERS IN
HARDWARE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS & FARMING
TOOLS. AGENTS FOR MoCORMICK REAPERS,
MOWERS and SELF-RINDING HARVESTERS.
HAPG00D SULKY PLOWS. I X L GRAIN
DRILLS and the KANSAS WAGONS.
SMITH & MAIL.,
Successors to S. J. Suillli At Co.
DRUCS AND
FERDINAND,
Pure teas and
4 olfi-e
Nkxt DookT"! Fnsr N'ati-i- m I'ik,
TRIMBLE & IRWIN,
iare Dross, Medicine, sta
tionery and Cigars
In Postofpicb I5uilui.no,
CLOTHINC.
EMPORIA CLOTHING HOUSE
Lewis Bros.,
-IIAVK OPENED CP THEIR-
FALL STOCK OF GOODS!
And now bare on liaud the very Finest Assortment of
Clothing, Cents Furnishing Coods, Boots.
Shoes, Hats, Caps and other articles In their line.
IsV8peclal attention is called to their
in'irin
Jflegant rieceuooils.whi
to order and satisfaction
Take Notice!
filQ9An
Don't forget the Place-One
STOVES
the Place to Buy Bird Cages. :
D. C. McMURTRIE
Late Bruner & HcMurtrie, has established a '
Stove and Tinware Store
IW THE r '
HALLBERG STONE BUILDING,
East Side Commercial Street, EMPORIA, KANSAS.
Boy the old reliable Cook Stove, SUPERIOR. If you want a good Cook Stove
- for wood and coal buy the 8COTIA.
LUMBER.
Ml. snifixles. miiw LUMBER. ' ; saii. Docn; BLmrs
EMPORIA, - - KANSAS. 'f '!
KA1H. PLASTEB. LIME, CEMFMT.
. ,: ' ' FURNITURE. - ? u ;u
WIT iT JAM
DEALER IN
Commercial Street, North of the News Office,
sfesL If - IfWfl rSI ill.na.SB-a.aj lasT Ssassal s.jl sTisJs-alll aimBs Vil-. A.k-. . A. .
HARNESS
' - - :..a ii Masofactorer ef and dealer tan Hr ntj,Ui i
HARNESS, 8ADDIES AND (XlLTiAKS
.BltrBLES. WHIPS,. &o.. '
Til It BICST ASSOtt'rMKMT QW r " :"'
FLY NETS AND CAP Rnro
Ostd laai'i Baraai. All .1.. h.i
WR B.
HARDWARE,
Horse - shoes, Fence Wire,
Sewing Machines.
MEDICINES.
The Druggist
Empohi a.'K ' b i.
Pure Drugs and Medicines.
- - Eitpom t, Kaxms
Merchant Tailors,
I Elegant Piece Goods.
we ask Is that yon will come In and pri
our goods, which you will And to
your advantage.
door North of the Postoffloe.
AND TINWARE.
: A Full Line of Pumps, Etc.
CLARKE,
Bl ML
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PTJRlUBE,
AMD SADDLES.
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