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slant. The Emporia News. TJITJRSDAY. JULY 8, 18-S3. .w AllTirtlumili This WmIl Kottcetobatl-'er S. M.Oe. AdmlairtBtor's N.xIm i mm Nichols. I'liltllaOnlc H. iy Auction Sale u. Giov. r. Ctp aroctrls tftunrr Bra, fruit Jr Wnai store. Vine Wora-WillaU. , THE MCW1NO gCKES. from eat all nlH around ir there drrw The fair an-l lovely, tM bonet and true, Greatly miiairina this fair, royal oa. Awl lm!lj praUlaf Uw work Im had dona. There war betas aad fell an-1 scaJlo all boaad. Aad rtflln and Tarki all brslded aionnd. Aad eoMi laat were laid a straight a a Itac Other ware curved, and aoate serpeatlret Xabrotdrrj. too tbcra wurj ibaJo Aad seams aa h avy a evar worn made. Thar aaaed with dallsk aa aha whirled around ." Bo Ha ami y. w,tM scarcely a sound. Iter apaod vras tarriBhe never fruw tired Tbay terllT thought ha west ba Inspired liar Ik read waa ibxildr, and bar it Urn a Wx k Iter wur. so mm feet, a as all of their talk. Aad iwcatly tuey saaa; la a freed refrain lAadiSs bar atari -a acata aed asala W koto this falroee. ao aobla aed grand. Thatfall.fOita.uca preUaaee every hamlr for all who bad beard, ami tboae wbo bad seea.. Were aa sloes to teara tba aame of tbla Quet a. Wkea. lot there appeared la ra-pleadeat eaia - A aoidea bale free that Ooddeaa rant laetolng tba woril,-LI jtit-HubbIbi Djimi lei" TbU la the aaaM of the Queea Jet:e. Mint UAIL. A seats, Kotoorfh. Kan as. Coal oil 15 cents per ner Bro'a ."Emporia. galluo, at Tan- '" Top-' boggles at Griffith's cheap fur cash. Bar your rlassware at the 90 cent sliire ami save moiwy. The Dailt Nal c I Kara, the lest 5c cigars (a town, sold by On as Rtoku. N. one lake aall. S3 wr barrel, at Tauoer and Urn.', Emporia. MaMiao IUma Tun ilrMifcLIrnl Merluu rains lor aate. J. II McLrun, . Ilortim, Lyon C Puati .ITIee Em or I a. Arbitrate coffee 15 cel. la a pound, at Tanner at Bros.. Empiiria. Mason's fruit jnt: qaarta, I 45 rxr doirn; J, gallons, $1.10 per tluxaa, at the M- eeut eue. These Jars bra lite guaulue et-lf scalers. . J oat received a car of boggle at Grit Bib's. , Tanner Sk Br.' of Emporia, pay cash for all ounlry pnklucr. Another la't" .tuvt ice of Vaue, CmI rrt k Co 'e lulktd peiutejoat ri-ceivt-d hy l'UA. RvlkK Mumkt Muury tn Uma In any aiuoui.l by ll Ct-itiral Loan and Lntid company, at kiweat rale. Call and er ua before makiug your lona-, aa we can d you goaid.' Ten pound of coltet) lor uer ft Bro.'a EuiMria. . f 1. reu- Karuter, ai trillion! The KeyNtobf flour and fit d bre ia the place to buy your flour and f.ed ctieni for vmh. I). Dkvkh. Horee ahoe touaueu AO ei ul pt r pountl, at Tanuer fc Uri.'i. Fob Balk Two good atock rancliea lu Lyon county. Alao 1,4(X) Ituad cif Itlgb gratlbnf Merinoalieep. Call on or addreea, J. K. Kin lev, Nkw Block. Emporia, Kanaa. Oond cbewiOK tobacco 40 ceuU per pound at Taoner A lime. I hare a. few hundred extra One, pot grown atf awbrry planUCltarle Down Ing for aalr. Mow la the bent lime to plant them. IIobkkt Uiluiiui. Lemons 83 cents per dozen,' Tanners'. Stbaykd. A dark bay horse with no marks: had on halter; was laat seen at WUhlte'e pasture, three miles cast of town. Liberal reward for information leading to recovery. E. Nichols. Candy 13 cents per pound, at Tanner's. Euro hi a. Kani., June 13,183. I have bought three diflereut lots of Irult and ornamental trees Irom Mr. J. M. Perkins In the pact thrve years and they haVe nil grown and are doing well Pear trees that I bought of hiiu are the beat I hare ever seen. A. O. OflBOMBB, Of Osborne Jb Jeremy, 128 Commercial Street. For cheap bajtglos go to Oriffltn. Cracker S cents per pound, at Tanner A Bro'a., Emporia. 1 want citoke butter, eggs, chickens, potabiee, bwlk, turalpe, radiahea, rhu barb, pes-, airing beaus, oalonk etc., to ship. . Will pay the highest market price In good ir good and cash. M.8, Pipbk. ' 100 Commercial St, Emporia. UlAMI COUMTV NuiUablkS, KaMbAA. The farmers ajid people of Lyon County who desire oood THRirrr Truit . - II 4 tree, etc, ami thus to habb, win unu ittu their Inbrest lo boy rnnii J. M. Perk lu', agent. Emporia, Kana , June 20. t2. I have b-Hihl Irult ircv and vine i.l Mr. Perktua which gave nie entire ant lafacliim. . S. II ARlJkK. 'I Una. HlOUWtMilk. PliHLIC SaLK I ilt sell at public auclion, on Tuesday, July lltb, at tbe farm fairly owned by rue, aix miles north tat of Eetporta, U followiog de scribed profterij: Kive milch cow with calve at lUelr aide, two cow with weanetl calaea, one uiare with colt, oue three year old Oily, a number of Uiro lag ImpletuenU, elr. tin. Terms Eight months' time will be given on amounts over Ave dollars, at seven r cent. In tertel and approved security. Abraham Moo". H. V. PKAbaAlX, Auctioneer. Tin dippers, ptet ear bandies 5 cerjjt, a Tanner a Bro'a, Em pot is. "Dbvpy Thought1 plug tobacco is Wilson & McCal lay 's fl neat grsJe. Ask dealers for a trial of it. I keep only first cless groceries, queen a ware and glassware, which I will ell as low as other delera la the asm class ot goods. Call and see . M.8. PwM. "Fw WonJL Mr. C. O. WllleU, the aitiat, has lust completed a very band some crayon portrait of tbe two Utile daughters of J. Bailer, Esq., of Amer ica. Tbe faces are life-like and natural and tba picture a most pleasing and In teresting one. Mr. Wlllett Is enjoying an excellent custom to tbe enlarge. neat of photographs, and tbe quality of tbe work Is a perpetual advertisement from wtlch he. la continually reaping pew patronage. All who are thinking . of baring pictures enlarged and wish t the wofk executed in a creditable shape, : are Invited to call at WUlett'a gallery I ud see the results of tbe real artist la i (Ms Department Pi the proreesion. ! - aai i i i .U- - - - - ' . AppTio Sale.) will offer for sals at public auction at my farm o4 miles north, of Ewporla, at Fremont, onTue. day. Jul 14 1883, at 1Q o'clock a. m. tbe following property x 1 good brood mar, 24 mllca cows, 13 giving milk and tbe rest to calve between this and winter, Bom with calves by their tide ; 1 tbor ouch-bred ibort-horn bull, 7 one year old steers, t two year old heifers, 14 one jear old JieUera, 8 spring calves that are weaned, 1 Dspgopd rldlog plow. 1 stir- In g plow, 8 riding cultivators and many other tblnra too namereus tq mention. Terms of ssje all sum of 3 under cash c 'iS Ar CS six months tlnie will be riv en wit proved aecurlly and Q per cent Pr Wt off for cash. . 8.GL0TEB. U. W. PzAXAAiX, BsJesraaa. Prsuc Sai.h I will sell at public auction, 13 mile southweat of Em pot i and near Iloldennan's mncli. on the 19Ui d.iy of Julr. 18S3. at 10 a. m . the following property: Oue. aliort-hot bull, Joe By rum ; CO bead of cowa, 13 yearling heifers, 22 heal of csivts and other tUicgS not tueuliimed. Terrua ol -le: All a upon of f 10 snd under, cash ; on all sum ovtr 0, len months time will be given without in tereai, good bankable pajH-rs required A deduction of 5 mt cent. Sllowed for cash. A Iree lunch will be served snd the benediction pronounced by II. W Pearsall. if. L. Kkybs. rieirjember Ibe circu on tbe 15tb. ltegular meeting of the Kifles Friday nljibt. A lamp was yard Tuesday. put up in the gas wot ks Nearly all the country boys bad their best girls to the celebration. Wvllmau & Sipes have Jurt received a handaome oew barber cltalr. Our express cooipanie are handling an immense amount of fruit. . FrankKeeler is again back to bis old position at tbe Missouri Pacific depot. Tbe Rifles' gross receipts Tueaday, from sll sources, aggregated a little over tGOO. ' " Upwards of f 130 was taken in at the dancing platform at Sideu'a grove Tuesday. " A. Waabburne, the eogineer, Is pulling uu a ateam wbiatle ou the Santa Fe water works. George CoKman, the man wbo killed Wui. Bean at Council Orove last week. is still at largi'. Frauk Petit was elected ssaUUul superintendent of tl.e Chriattan Suudny scl-ool Sunday. W. O Ferguaon furn.alud sixty-five gallon of ice cieaiu tor the celebration at 8nh n'a grove Tueailay. lb markatl giUonl. r pievtiled Emporia Tuesday. Only io arm were made dunug the day. O. F. Sawyer rect Wed cms . koikIs from New York H nUy lUM baa been on the riaul since loot August. Bb Eistuu has bought Horace Bun. drt m's trotting wagott aud can bow ride b UiaVlot k ranch in I as than no time. A band of Oipaies wh.i have been en caiupt d south of Emporia lor some d tya paaacd llindlgh EitipiMia UMlay ou their way uorlb. Deputy Sheiitl Beers boa tort Id little dog a ril aettnr puppy. Tbe lluder will ob Ige hi in by relitiuiux tbu uiisa- lug cabine. Tbe county i. Ilk-lata at.d llieir luoti- lies bad a picuic ul tbe court bouae 'I ueday and bad a liuu spread in the court room lip alairk. By requeal. Eider LotX, of tbe Chris tian cliureb. Iin conseiileil lo liiHlriiel cl4-a lu logic and rlielorir. civing ln leaaons each wo k. A lliial aellleint nl of th eat Ale of the ate II M. Itugglea was made by III niiniatiainx, Mrn. b. 1m KunnleK. in Hie proli.tle court Monday. Mr. Iaaaca, who oiened a rtr M ra ik- ing eatMbliahinent over Oiimtli'a banl. ware store some months ago, has closed np for the heated term. The county commissioners met in regular quarterly scion at the court houre yesterdsy and will be In session tit remainder of the week. The gss company baa contracted for fifty car loads of McAllister coal, a con siderable proportion of wbicb has al ready arrived at the works. A lsre crowd gathered1 at the inter section nf Commercial and Fourth on Monday evening tolisten to tbe excellent music discoursed by the K. T. band. The Ampbion Quintette Club dined at tbe Cool id go Tuesday and before din ner furnished some delightful music In tbe parlor to the guests of the bouse. Ber. B. Bhuey, of New Providence, Pennsylvania, will take charge of the Reformed church at this place, and will preach for the first time next Sunday. Certificates have been granted to the following applicants fnrrxwltinns in the city schools by tbe board of examiners : Misses Dixon, Dudley, Ward and Brown. The employes of the western division of Ibe Pacific express company present, rd Superintendent J. K. Jobnsltm with a borne and carriage on Sunday, valued at $r00. . Tliere will lie a regular m'-eting tf the ooiinril Friday evening, al which lime some action will be taken looking to the establishment of a glucose factory at this place. The following applicants for positions In the city Kchools wt re examined at tbe Constitution street building Saturday Mit-see Waymi-yer, Ward, Dudley. Dix on anl Brown, and Mr Smith. Surveyor Miiliken established the lin.-a for I). H. Bill's in w biiainca block ou Coninieicial MliM t l.u-l Montlay, and lleidrick & Co. are pn pining the pi. .us and aptcillcMtioiia lor the aaine. The e.ouie of B'Uily lor Hie Kmas oiinal inaiiluies baa um U- n receivtd hy County Sueiiuteiidebt Wharum, and pi raotiS dtlrlug ttn- can w cure, tin m l.v ellii.- al Ida Ulre in Hie court house. Tbe iu-tioii fr a new trial in the ItriduM eaae Was arirued by Judts Buck and Cuniilughain at Cottonwood Falls on Stturday, and the court took the matter under advisement until August lfttb. Warren Sione completed the school enumeration of Emporia district east of Commercial street Monday. Tbe total enumeration for the east side is 020. Of this number there are 779 while and 150 colored. . Mrs. Emma Orotb, for whose arrest a warrant was issued on Monday, is still missing. She will be promptly arrested, however, when the officers find ber, and be made to answer to the charge of Illicit liquor selling. The "Forest Queen," Captain Soden commanding, was kept busy Tuesday taking parties np to Randolph's landing. a distance of about one and a ball miles. TbU waa one of the leading features of the celebration. Wm. Munch waa arrested Wednes day and brought before Judge Barnes charged with disturbing tbe peace, ue pleaded not galley. On giving bonds for bis appearance the case waa post poned until the 8ih. Mr. Wm. Clark was out Saturday evening with a new and handsome slide seat family carriage, turned out from the shop of Tom Ryan. It ia one Of th handsomest vehicles ia the city, and cost upwards or fjou. The following new time table on the Missouri Pacific railroad went into effect 8undsy: Passencer. south. ......... ...1:18 p. m. Passenger. north 1 :48 p. m. Freicht. south ...7:10a.m. Freight, north 8:50 p. m A committee meeting waa held at tbe office of J. K. Finley In Tn Nzwa block last Satnrdy lo perfect arrrange; menu (or the organization of the Lyon county woolrgrowerst association, which will take place at the eoqrt house la this city next oatnrqsy ancrnoon. Kendall's Spavin Cure Is the best Hal meat oa human flesh la the world. Try it and be convinced. Read the adver tisement- ' C W. Hquires ts preparing plans snd lecifii'.alioo for a hsndeoma gothic Cottage f.r J. A. y tone, d Cincinnati Ohio. This order, routine from i newf tbe leading cities iu lite res', is quite compliment to Mr. Squires. At a meeting ot the Lyon Cmoty Ma tutl Loan Aaxocialion held at the Savings bank on Monday eveniog, tbu old board of directors was re-elected and organized by electing D. W. Eastman, president. and Howard Dunlap. secaetary. On the 3d Judge Kellogg issued mar- naeelicenseA to S&mae! Pennick and Emma L. Jones, both of Florence John Walliser and Nancy Tweedy, of Hartford, and John Cattersoa and Martlta B. Collins, of Emporia. A subscription was started yester day for tbe purpose of obtaining .the money subsidy required to secure the lo cation of glucou works at tbu place, and the parties circulating it are meet ing with a fair measure ol speces. Carlton, infant son of C. B. Bacheiler, died Tuesdsy after an illness of some dsys, at the age of 10 months and 5 ay. The funeral look place Wednes day si 5 o'clock front tbe fiiuily resi dence on Union street. Eider Lots of ficiating. The handsome silk flag carried by the Light Guards Tuesday, was presented to, them at theirdrill on Monday evening, in a neat speech by Miss Pet Gil more. It cost $30, which was contributed by citizens at tbe solicitation of Misses Gilmore and Vernon. Elza Moore, T. Best snd Sidney Put nam were condrmeu as appraiser ol school land iu Waterloo township by the com tu issl. nrrs to-day, and T. N. Dixon, J. L CofTuian and S. B. Allen were confirmed aa appraiser of cbool lands in Pike towuliip. - A. P. Adr ami Bob Gilmore were ar rented attd brought Ufoie Jud;e Barnea Tuesday,- olotrgid with lu'ox . Cation, they were eat b found guilty, and were aasefwed, iu liues ami coat, $7.40 each. Indefauilol pav nx nl Bib. Gdutore was cotnuiilieU U jitil. The game ol Ui.ll at tbu Missouri Pa cific grou id Tuewlay Hftertionti. lte- tween a picked nine, uioMlly CHSiip.'! of ilayiuakera, and Ibo Euiioria club reunited in a act re of 13 U 14 iu laror if the latter. large iiuiula r were present lo wilnea the gaunt. Mr. II Wigener baa laeu Mticcvedtd i train diapali-iiir of : tbe Cherokee division of the Miastinri Pacifi.: road, willi hea-lquarters at Parsons, by Mr. T. McDowmII. Mr. Wageuer goes to Se- dalia, Miaxouri t- titkn cltaree of the Ilaiinibal diviaion oft lie aaiuerootl. . D. S 1 1 iti I'M', who tectit'y csme to Einoria tmrn Oliio, purchawd of Mr. nutfltuer, on aiouilay, wbtt is known as tin VV riglil Iifni. about a mile and a b tlf bortUeaal of ihu city, ' ing 7.000 for 150 ncrte. Mr. Ilurllml will nixke tbi lariu bis home and has alreuily be gun iiiakiug iiiiprovemeuU with lb:t view. Tbe Sunday cUhI institute for Agues City township was held Sunday at sunny Side school houso. The fttb-od- auce was large and the st-ssiou was one f iiiuistiitl interest I here were present In in EniHiria, Judge E. W. Cunniiifc- ham, E. E. ltowlaod. J. F. Drake and Mr. etnd Mrs. O. W. Miller. We regret to learn that Will Biddle, wbo ba occupied tbe position of station agent, at Emporia Juuction for the past few years, 1 going to New Mexico and bis successor, Mr. J. Roraback, of To. pt-ka, assumed his duties Mouday. We are very sorry to bate Mr. Bidute and bis family, but trust they may find tbe change a profitable one. Haltie, a little four year-old daughter of Mr. Curtis, ol Badger Creek, was picked up by Marshal Bell, on lower! Commercial street Tuesday, having be come repaxated from her parents at the groye, and when found was crying for Iter mother. She toon fell asleep in Mr. Bell's arms and later was restored to ber snxious parents. The horse, buggy and harness which were raffled off at tbe Central slables Sat ur day evening by B. Woodward, ere l won by Joe Brown. There were in all seventy chances at t3 each. When il came time for the raffle) there were, sev enteen chances yet unpaid for, and Mr Brown bought them for $25, and wou lb outfit on a throw of forty-two. The officials at the court house were most pleasantly surprised laat Mndty by Mr. Simon Bucber, of Eagle creek, whit furnished them with a feast oi l Ainsden peaches, the largest and most deliclou wc bave seen this season. Mr. Bucber is one of the most successful fruit grower in Kansas, and is s i gen erous with the products of hi orchards that they are known all over the conn A complaint was Hied last Monday by the county attorney, charging Mrs. EmmaGroth with illicitly selling liquor. Justice Bacheiler issued a warrant for ber arrest snd placed It in tbe bands of Constable Vernon. ' When tbe latter called at her place of busiuess, on Com mercial, near Fourth avenue, to make the arreal, the bird hail flown. It still continues unhealthy for wbiaky-veodera it EiiHria. e heartily congratulate the fcuip rn K'Uea nM.n the splendid ucr- of their lei-nlion i uesuay an-t are piea a o know that the financial rtvulu t the v oture are such as to entitle the con.- piny ft qimre up all its indel-tednea and leave a auug bit lance in Ibe treasury . The boy ttiive worked bard lo keep sip tlielr organization and we Voice with litem In their good fortune. Qui te a n u in ber of Em porian attend' ed a dance at Jimmy Doile's.ahout three miles north of town, TuesJay evening. A fine platform bad been erected, good music wss provided, and a delightful evening spent by all wbo were present, araoeg whom were a number of Mr. Dolle's neighbors. About 11 o'clock refreshment! were served, after which dancing was resumed and kept up until late hour. The Agnes City Sunday school con vention and institute of last Sunday at Sunny Slope was very well attended by workers from all parts of tbe township, aa well si from Emporia, Council Grove and Americas. Tbe reports show a large increase both in attendance and interest in tbe schools. O. H. Thomp son was re-elected vice president and Rev. F. Turney delegate to tbe state con vention, with W. F. Peterman as alter- nate. Last Saturday a complaint waa filed before Justice Bacheiler by T. M. Ap pleby, charging Geo. Richard and Ar thur Feister, with disturbing the peace and threatening to do him bodily injury. Tbe parties all live about twenty miles northeast of Emporia en Duck creek, and the trouble grows oat of a wrangle about stock. The warrants were placed fa the hands of Under Sheriff Kramer, who visited the parlies and obtained bonds for their appearance before Judge Bacheiler last Monday, to answer to two charges each. Rickard had a jury trial and was found guilty of disturbing the peace, and was fined $5.00 and cost, aggregating sbput $35, and was pot under bonds ia .tbe sum of $500 to keep the peace. Piester waa also pat under bonds in the same amount to keep the. peace. lab BoMit. The following ia a report of the school la district No. 80, Lyon county, dosing Juan 33, 1882: Total enrollment, 28; average daily attendance, 14; number whose deportment and attendance were above 85, 10 ; number neither absent nor tarty, 5; number, of graduates, 3, name ly, Marshall and Ella Starr. Ujubt DnjiOK, Teacher. rEBsoNAL Mtxnos. ! .J M. Sbe;k started for Utah Tnes- day. Mrs. Ilaifirld is still sbalily im prwing. . John Abrams i sot n-ting a short time at Pueblo. JesMS Foster, of Kansas Cily.apeut Ibe SabbalU in Ecpporia. Mus Grace Wheeler returned Sun day from a visit to Topek. W. E. Griffith and wife went to Madi son to spend Ibe Fourth. C. G. Glover ba gone to Springfield, Illinois, for a visit of ten day. C. W. Grjisscop. of Camden, New Jersey, spent tbe Fodrtb in EmMria. . Bob Elsluu returned Sunday from a delightful visit of some weeks in Illi nois. J. S. Danford and wife, of Osage City, spent Sunday, at the Fifth avenue hotel. W II. Dildine, of 1 Awreoce, Is taking a short vacation and is stoppiag al tbe Coolidge. . Judge Kellogg speaks ia flattering terms of tbo celebration at Reading Tuesday. W. M. Duff got bis left hand very badly burned Tuesday while firing sky rocket. Howard F. Clark baa accepted tbe position of night sealer at tbe Santa Fe switch yard. Col. Feigbtn says Hartford did ber self proud Tueaday and made a success' of the fourth. Judge Cunningham and J. M. Mc- Cown report a grand blow out at Amert- cua Tdtsdsy. liev. Thos. Burrows returned from St. Louis yesterday "and will go to Colorado Mouday. W.U. Gain bell, of Mobluouth, Illibois, is viai;iug at Ihe reaidinee ol I liad D. vidaou, in this t-iiy. J. II. Hill ia acting county superin tendent Ibis wetk in ibeabscuce of Mr. Whartou from bis office. liarry Campbell, baggage Waaler on the "Cannon Ball,' is vUiiing at the residence of Couduclor Naab. J.D. lloldeu, wife and sonatarled Mou day for Pcloakey, Michigan, where they wfil remaiu during the heab-d term. Dr. Cord ley re tu rued last Tuesday from Msdiaon, where he as&isted in cel- ebraiiug tbe fourth, and report a flue celebraliou at that place. Miss Nellie Jones left for the east ou tbe "canitou ball" yesteiday. She will s eud her'sumincr vacation in vUiiing with fiii-nds in Maine. L. L. Uallet-k returned Sunday troui a month's sojourn in Michigan, where his family will remain until ctatl weather. Ue reports a pleasant trip. It Haus, representing the Simmons hardware company ot St Louis, has con cluded to inaku Emporia his headquar ters and he and his wife are stopping at Ibe C'oolidjje. Joe Murphy, Ed. Kittintn and Cal. Severy. went to Toekt tin Moudt) bight t lake part in the -bicycle touru-t- lueut advertiai-d for llie4th,but owing to Out condition of liie track the ihcu whb decl.tred oil Miait Heh n Bruee, who reoenily came lo Emporia from Chicngo, is doing some Oue woik in colors at the photo graph gallery of C. G. Willett, with whom she has made a permanent en gagement. A New Firm W. E. McMaboq has purchased a half interest in the flour and feed store of Daniel Dryer on the cut sido of Com mercial street between Fourth and Filth avenues, and tbe business will hence forth be conducted under tbe firm name of Dryer & McMahon. With the increase of capital which can be commanded by this arrangement the new firm will be able lo keep one nf Ihe best slocks in the city.aud from tbe large acquaintance and personal popularity of Messrs. Dryer & McMahon we regard their success as a foregone conclusion. Chang- of Tlsaa. A new lime table, went iuto t fft-cl on tbe Santa Fe Sunday, involving the following changes : a- T s. r.- aoisa kast 1-40 p in 11 a&a.m ii ai u.d flie "Cannon Bll" Ex J. aud Alehisoa u. Allantio esumaa feiuigrai). . T .0.1 a in A . T r uoiae vt asr. The "Cannon Ball" Ba t:8...m 4 4W.iu 4 KH a m. 10:46- m Itenverand Pueblo Kl I'uuitio enurese nii-raat ." Il will be sees that by this arrange ment the "cannon ball gut s west about twenty minutes earlier, snd arrives from the west about an hour later than by the former schedule. Peblle Installation. The following officers of Ihe Emporia lodge of the Grand United Order of Odd Fellows were installed at Jay's opera bouse Tuesday evening: Frank Rogers, E. 8.; W. Mathews, V- G.; Ed. Wabingt.tti, N. G, Joe Adair. P. N. G.: lienrv Williams. N. F. Piior b tbe exercise at the hll. the order paraded Ibe strceta, beaded by the Wandering Star band, aud afi. r the I itat .-til at in refnshinetit wereaervtd by tl.e iadie-t, the Itet n-i-eipta rd the enter t.tinmei.t la-iiig't.U.ui $5000 Coutrnet lt. . A . eti nf ,4 ibe bnildiitaTcouiiuitu-e ofih' W I It C-'B-r- fHi un! cl.urcli.hi I.l at 'U- r. idunc.- td" It 1) Tlio:ua-i Tim- . day at'terii.aMi, bida were opeited f,.r the new tililiex to Itu en truclwd this sea mi on S.U'h We.i-li i-.tH aire-1. The bid .-f llol.ite Jb Jiiad waa f .un-l lo In: 4,410 and that of Protbero & ; Thomas $7,883, and thn contract. In cluJing all work ab-ive Ibe foundition and water lab'.e was awanle-l lo the latter. taalaoas Caaage. Dan McDonald has sold bis interest in Ihe grocery store of McDonald & Lakin to Will Elstun, vbom we found behind the counter to-day. We hsve not learned Mr. McDonald's plans for the future, bat we trast be will remain in Emporia. Meanwhile the new firm will continue business at the old stand. where they will always be pleased to see their friends and be ready to serve them. Quarterly Statement Elder Lotx, of the Christian church. made the following report to his con gregation yesterday or the quarter end ing July 3d. 1883: Sermons preached, 23. Funerals attended, 4. Marriage ceremonies performed ,2. Number added to tbe church, 14. Amount received, $175. At Knraka. L E. Lambert returned from Eureka Tuesday, where he spoke yesterday There waa a large turnout of the people, and a good time generally. After Mr. Lambert left there were to be responses to toasts and other exercises which filled the day's program, and which made one of the best and moat complete celebra tion in south era Kansas. A Hoar Karltar. It will be well to remember that the east day mail goes nearly aa hoar earlier than heretofore. It bow cloaca at tbe poslofSce at 10:40 a sJUrp. Rev. Thos. Barrows wDl preach at the Episcopal church on Sunday morning at the usual hoar for services. Bars a prominent horseman, ia rivinsr ais opinion or v aaaerotu s mare, Maud 3-, whose great teat at Chicago pat her at the head (and dubbed her "Queea of Ihe Turf.) "Ia my opinion the time ia pot rar distant wnen a two minute gait ak-lll Itn MMntivl It arttl iwt.int k. thacaaa if horsemen coatinae to use Kern w ww - - . ..a .J m - dalPa Spavin Care, as it limbers on the loiata, removes all blemishes, and ia fact has made complete revolatioa ia the none business. THK DAT WE CELEBRATE. Us tba Vuarlb waa observed lama Ifetiefatrat tVeatbar as i 'elebratiea Beaulrr the A wad-" vaiaary Oat at tbo at oat Knj-.jal.ls ia tha ' HUtoryof tbo Town. Tbesu-klen aud grateful change ia tbe weather on Monday evening proved tbe precursor of one of the most delight ful days we bare ever en in Kansas, aud the cool.brigbt morning which adh ered in the F.mriU was in such sgrecable contrast lo the sweltt rin weather of tbe proceeding week or len days, that long before the boar fixed for the pa rade the town was alive with people. and the leading thoroughfares presented a hcene of iovous activity which it was inspiring to contemplate. Deleirations front the rural districts came pouring in from all directions, and by half-past 9 o'clock Commercial slrtet waa lined uu either side with throng of people, and it was with difficulty that pedestrian could make their way through the crowds which occupied the aide-walks awaiting the formation of the procession. There was a liberal display of the national colors on many ot tbe business houses and private residences of tbe town, and the juvenile patriots which swelled tbe crowd kept up a tireless fusilade of torpedoes, fire-crackers and toy-pistol, without which, the celebra tion ot our na;al day would be, indeed, a "barren ideality." The procession, pursuant to program; formed on Commercial street at Seventh avenue, at about 10 o'clock. Col. .Allen. Buckner acting a marshal of . the day. Tbe column was beaded by tbe Emporia Ki ties military lmud, the members . of which have tuadu surprising progress io the manipulation of their insirtiments. and who I'uruiKhetl very acceptable music tm this occasion. Tbe Emporia Rifles, who followed next in order, appeared to uioet excel lent advantage aud their tine appearance was the subject of much flittering coin tnent. A very atlractiv. feature of the dem onstration was Ihe Select Knights of tbe A. O. U. W., embracing tbe legion at Ibis place and a number of visiting breth ren from Topcka. Their handsome rega lis waa greatly admired, and imparted dash of color to tbe parade that was highly effective. The fire company turned ont in un-at admirable thare, the liabcock engine being polisht il up lu beautiful sljle, and the hose carta being trimmed in a taste ful aud artistic manner. Tue firemen in their neat uniforms are alao worthy of most favorable meliti ni, and Increased the pride which the eople of Emporia feel in our fire department. Suppe, of the IK) cent store, aud the Howe sewing macbiuc company were represented in the i ii.liii.tr il parade, aud ui:tdo very creditable exhibit The former bad two wagons, one tastefully decorated with pictures aud fancy arti cles, and the oilier currying ihe piano which is to be lite leading prize, st the grand drawing to be held in January. Compliments where showered with out atii.t upon lite r.inari.t juvenile Light Guard, who, umlcrlhe command of Captain O. Wolf, and bcanug a bcnil itul silk fiVtg pres-ntcd lo them by Misses Pet Gilmore and Ida Vernon, who rode before Iht-m on 8 potted horses. added as much to the appearance of the procession as any single leature of tbe demonstration. A long line of vehicles bearing the peaktrs. citizens and people irom different parts or the county leu in with the column as it moved to Soden's grove south of tbe city. AT TUB GROUNDS. The pnxvaaion, led by the Rifles and their excellent band, arrived al tue gro e about 11 o'clock. But few people arrived In advance of them, but with the procession came an immense throng. After some military evolutions bv the Rifles and Cadets and some mu- sic by the band, tbe meeting was called to order and an eloquent prayer was offered by Rev. J. F. Uendy. The Declaiation of Independence was read in most excellent etyle by George Mays, of Tpa Nkws office. Tbe regular oration was delivered by Judge Graves, of our district court. One f our friends who has beard many ora tions in Kansas, and who listened atten tively lo the judge-, and who is a coinpe tent judge of such productions, told us that is was the bct-t Fourth of July ora tion he had ever heard in this stale. It was deli vi red in a fine voice and with good oratorical effect. It sentences fell upon roost attentive ears, and it re ceived earnest applause. It is but jus tice lo the judge to say that be stands in the front rank among our people as ao orator, and an expounder of sound pa triotism. After further music by the band, W. W. Scott, q., was introduced and held tbo audience for nearly an boor longer with au ad- dress Ibat was a credit alike to its author and to Emporia. Our re ailers are familiar with Mr. Scott'a m inner uhiu the rostrum, and a de-a-i iplioo of hi atMrew is unnecessary. We legtrd him as one of ihe ablest and fluent public Sm ak r in Una tecHon ol Kinnat, MH'I hit "ration yeaterday was mi of bin last t-llori it whs the l.ilxSt compliment to Mr. ry-.ott that he he'd the audience: in Ihe l-t alien lion and humor afb r it had listened to the program which a gone through helore lie btok the stand. Afer Ihe address an Innir wa spent iu part-tkiug of dinner. Tbe people sal lo groups about tbe giove enjoying their reinotta, while the htoida presided over ny members iI me military com pany were well patronized. At 2:30 p. in., tbe audicuce which by this time bail reached nearly, if not quiie.5,000 people, gathered to witness tbe performances of. Prof. Montana upon tbe tight rope. This varied the exeiciaes somewhat and was an enjoyable feature", though .most of the audience had seen much better ability of this kind. Tbe professor is an amateur, wc believe, and did very well. After this the water was turned on from the hydrant at tbe Soden mills, and the Are company gave a very one exhibition of tbetr manner of handling fires. This feature attracted a large gathering of the people This ended the program of exercises of the day, and many people began to scalier for their homes. There was a universal enjoyment of the celebration. and there was the finest audience of clean, healthy looking, well dressed and intelligent people we have ever seen to gether ia Lyoa county or anywhere eke. Not a circumstance occurred to mar tbe enjoyment of tbe people. We did not hear of a drunken bib apoa the grounds, or one even under the influ ence of Uqoor. As the brutish forces are driven back tbe better characteris tics of humanity come to the front, and impartial judge, looking over the audience of 5,000 Lyoa county people yesterday, could not come to any other conclusion than that our standing ia all that goes to elevate the public mind waa ipdeerthjgh. fa Sa KVAXlat) the town was literally ablaze wrth sky. rockets and Roman, candios, and Chinese lanterns hang in many of ibe yarda. The streets were full of people, aad we doubt If there were a score of. well per sons la the city who were ia-doora, Cbil dren aad old folks joined ia the general festivities, and the scene brought, ap suggestions of a Roauaa earaJvaL At the grove humps were provided aad dancing continued cnt3 midnight and It was well on toward rssrnYn a un til' the town sank in la repose after the raost delightful Fourth tf Je!y ever en joyed la Emporia. ,. The K.T Band before long. rU iv ' uniform COTTONWOOD. Cb St! roaan Five Mltea with Captain Formal DedJeatloa of Ihe GooU Stoaaaee "Foreat fjasea.' Twenlv-foui years auo this summer wc crossed ibe Cottonwood "dry shod by a ford which started in on this side just about where the Forest Queen, Mr. aoden's new boat, has her landing, and ended on the other side twenty or thirty feet above. . Little did we think Iheq we should live to see tbe day when we should ride over that Mine spot In a veritable boat propelled by Bteam with capacity to carry forty passengers. Yet this we did last Monday afternoon. It had been announced that Mr. Soden hadjcomplelcd hi boat, but there ' were but few that thought it more than a small affair that would carry half a dozen people. Last Monday we were one of the favored among some thirty citi zens wbo were invited to take tbe initia lory or dedicatory trip on tbe new craft. The party consisted of the following in. vited guests: Cap I. S. B. Warren and Bon, VV. W. Scott, Uoi. J. AL Steele, Uol II. a Whitley, I. E. Lambert, Major C. Hood, H. V. Bundrem, J. M. Griffith, Cbunciimen John Bay, J. B. Halleck, Thomas II. Lewis and J. W. Thatcher, P, W. Montgomery, engineer of tbe San ta Fe, G. W. Newman, Captain E P. Bruner, L. L. Halleck, N. E. Weaver, W. H. Bradley, dof Illinois, R..: E. Reynolds. J. S. Watson, Jos. U. Hill, W. Stubbs, T. J. Acheson, Captain L. T.' Heritage and the writer. Captain Soden. of course, bad charge of tbe steamer. - : Tbe Forest Queen left ber landing about 5 o'clock pi m. and went up the stream some five miles, where an ele gant luncheon was partaken of t ' tbe banks of tbe Cottonwood. Returning, she arrived at her landing about 7 :30 p. m. The ride was not only a new sensa tion for the attendants, but a most enjoy. able oue. Tbe ace net y along tbe stream is beautiful, the bank being lined with deep loltage of trees' and vines, and the stream overhung by the waving branches of the magnificent old trees. . The spirit of fun and hilarity reigned tuprcme on the trip, and ibe Forest Queen was duly dedicated by this first formrl cruise of I me heretofore unnavigatea stream. i l ne ooat is si leei long Bn.t feet wide. It has an upright engine. called the "General Grant," is covered with a substantial roof aad around the sides and ends are seats for passengers. Seals are also arranged across the boat. Tbe boat cost Mr. Soden in the neigh- hood ot $900. Ilia most substantially built, some 1,503 iron bolls being used in lis construction. ' Perhaps the happiest man in all thi party was W. T. Soden, and he has a right to be happy. - He has earned it. Twenty years ago he built a mill on the bank of the river. It was an ex periment in a measure. No man in the community has worked harder than lie, or pursued the object be bad ia view with more steadfastness or a greater de cree of lailh. Ue ha-t dug success and money out of the situatUm inch by inch and dollar by dollar, guided by hi own good judgment, equality which h possesses to an unusual degree, until to day be has the world by tbe heel and can afford to laugh, lie ha sxlded to his f.-w acres of original site many other acre, aud lo hi original mill other buildings until be has perhaps tbe flu es! mill property in the slate. His suc cess having been achieved, he has.in bis generosity done some good things for the j public. He has given us a grove with grand trees and blue grass in vrhich to hold our celebrations, pic nics and camp meetings. And now he has ' added another cheap means of pleasure for the public ia the building of the Forest Queen, and we have no doubt bat that pleasure parties on tbe Cot ton wood will become at once one of our popular amusements, and no one enjoys them to a greater extent than he who has created tbe. means for their enjoy ment. At Ihe close of tbe trip he was thanked for the ride on the .river; as were the Gilchrist Bras for the one of one of their fine busses for the free trans portation to and from tbe boat. Dlatrlet Court Proeeewtas Wkohbsdav, July 5. An adjourned session of district court convened ibis morning with Judge Graves on the bench. The bearing of tbe arguments on a motion for a change of venae in tbe case or t lie state or Kansas vs. Isabel Martin aud E. D. Mosley, charged with poisoning Mrs. Keigt-r, was postponed until tbe 7th of August, at Ibe request of the counsel for the defendants. In the case of Liniker vs. L.imker a decree of divorce waa granted to Mrs, Liniker and alimony in the sum of $250 and sixty days given tbe defendant to pay lL The motion for a new trial in the casoof Manning vs. Brown, Weaver et . was over-roiea. Tbe motion for a new trial in the case of Howard Dunlap vs. P. P. Hillerman was overruled. The motion for a new trial in tbe case of Humnerickbouae vs. Harden, was overruled. The motion for a new trial ia the case ot Jf.nes vs. Petiingill, wits overruled. The order apointing a receiver in the case of Carrie Bay vs. Hathaway, et al .was s-i axid.-. The case of Crow v. Harris waB re versed. Case set fi.r trial and cause con tintfed. Tbe report T the comnil-enoners in the case of Lndwig vs. Dreaber. was ac cented, and 30 day riven ibe parties to elect lo take property at tbe appraised vslue. - Court then adjourned until Monday, August 7ib. Hebnol Baara atooUaa The board of education met at tbe bicb school building Monday evening and transacted tbe following business Miss Leonora Sedgwick was elected Wi. fill the vacancy caused by the resigna tion of Mia A. P. Morse. Miss Sadie Thomas waa circled to fill the vacancy caused by the resign a tkn of Miss Tsndy. The following new teachers for the ensuing year were elected: Miss A. Dixon, Miss Dudley and MtssC. Brown. A bill waa presented by the treasurer """V , - ana aitoweu. The contract for building a fence around the school property oa Ooostlla- tioa street was re-let to John Carter. The wages of the janitor were fixed at $110 per month while school Is io session and at $25 per month daring vacation. Bida for the construction of two new ward school houses were opened and read, bat the consideration of them waa postponed till next Wednesday evening. Cowacll reeaewlaea At a special meeting ot tha city coun cil held on Monday afternoon theordi - nance creeling lite omce or city scaves. ger recently passed oyue council wal repealed, an,q an prasnsace proyjuiag for certain sanitary regulations waa also repealed. An ordinance was passed for tha pay ment of the following claims: 3. IL W. Bell, marshal for Jasa f 40 SO a. far, poitceiaaa lor .... C. HTbSarsb. sotwamnn tot Jane, 0U SUM D. HaasBBoad. straeS eotfc.ua to. ioagr ST SO K at. rom, etera iMit. - . Iml.ii v .. .... SA no W.C.ItaBrw.estuwoi wwrworM.. ro W. C at anger, aagtaaer water war-. - Si SO water work g J. A. Paseoa, Sranaa water work.... rj W I, ajRMHiaiendtaS Water - -worts ...J7..J.-.. urn 0.'-t.' Hjatt, ta,streonBt. oe Jh as W K. apaaear, ameavauna: satwsaa - f-tov , anaaM a 1'aaa - aserciai wreeS- -- -- 15 0 W- L fcfv m-rr. assavaUKS- boswvanm , Month a.A Stmt WHaua oa Coaner- - cial ttre?. . KS 16 Armor AV Brawn, tor naoartwaiztag a r sad AlerciuuUS street-... 809 SS HATIOATI3IO THE A Flue rru. . One of the oldest an.1 most successf ul husbandmen in Uic county is our friend Jimmy Doilf. who owns -a farm on the Neosho about iwo tniU-n aorth of town, Mr. Doilc came here and locitted about twenty-five years ago, and by uuceasii-g industry has urrunded i.im-a If with fine home, lie has iu -tile a specialty of gardening aud fruit-ruising aad has an acre of blackberries which will yield bun fully one hundred bushels. A hor- ticuliaritft would be delighted logo through his bed of pieplant and celery, orchards, etc, as ao where : in Lyon county is there tn be found a larger va riety of plants and better results from careful gardening. His heavy growth of clover and timothy is also wonderful for this country. Mr. Doile wss amon the first subscribers to Tbi News and since the ; first in '57, baa been a constant reah?r of iu columns, which doabtiess has something to do with his success. -- . I ne r-mpona boy wbo went np to Topeks on Monday night with iheir bicycles did not have an opportunity of speeding on the ring, hut report a good time nevenueiesa. me morning was pleasantly employed in riding over town, and in the afternoon a visit was made to Ilarlzell park. Here Major bhreve, who bait charge of the skating rink, gavo up tbe hall to Ihe boy?, and Ihe fbftt performed by Joe Murphy and Ed. Kinuan of ridiug one bicycle took the cake. In tbe evening the party bsnquetted at the Windsor and adjourned from the dining room to the parlors and organiz ed the Kansas Bicycle Union with the following officers: president, H. ' W. Sharpc, of Topt ka; vice-president, W. B. Eanis, of Topcka; secretary, E. W. Kin nan, of Emporia; treasurer, C. L. Severy, of Emporia; J. W. Murphy and E. W. Kinnan were appointed a committee lo draft by-laws and a constitution for the organization. -.- launatian ana jemporia were repre sented at the meeting. Aanerleo Township Convention. The Sunday school con vention and institute lor Americus townshio. will meet hex! Sunday morni ng at 10 o'clock. jn the U. P. Chuich. at Americus. The ancrnoon session will be held in Ihe Methodist church. The place of meet ing in the evening has not yet been de termined upon. Aside from home workers quite a number from Emporia will be in attendance. Those expected include Rev. J.T. Hanna, Rev. R. Cord ley; Rev. Mr. Riddle, Mr. n. F. Miller, Prof. O. W. Miller. Judge Cunningham, J. T. Burton. D. W. Eastman. J. II. Hill. E.E. Rowland. Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Drake, J.'F. Drake, and others. J. W. Loy. of Americas, the vice president of the township, is working hard to niake this iustitue the most successful one ever held in. that township, and it is earnestly desired that every school dis- Irict be well represented. If you have no school come and tell us why. Come early snd conic prepared lo stay through the evening seMiou. An insiifle for Jackson township will lie held at the Rapid. July Kith. Full notice will be given next week. Sawyer Fnrnbant. Samuel W. Sa-.vyer, of L-twrence. and Miss Elvira J. Faruham, of Kansas City. were married Tueaday morning at Ihe residence of tbe bride's brother, A. A. Farnham, on Peyton avenue, by Elder Lotz, of the Christian church, in tbe presence of a large number of relatives and friends, including parties from Kan sas City aqd Lawrence. Wo learn that about two hundred iuviutions were sent out. . Tbe bride is an educated and accom plished lady besides being a successful business woman of handsome means. The groom is the western agent of tbe flourishing Chicago lumber firm of C- C. Thompson & Co., and has just com pleted aud furnished a beautiful borne at Lawrence, where the happy pair will reside. Ia Lack A copy of the Di!y Socoro Sun, of June 28th, for which we are indebted to PrdTeasor Richaids, of this city, con tains an account of the sale of the Coloe. Sll mine, near Chloride, iu the Blaek- Range, for the bandome sum of $00,000. The property was bonded last spring, and the development baa been of such a character as to warrant the purchasers in risking the large investment staled above. We are clad to know that F. A. Richards, brother of Professor Richard, of this city, held au interest in the pro. perty and will reap a snug proportion of tbe profits of iu sale. He start east to day, aud will be iu Emporia uext week. , Weddlna: Bell. Mr. Cbas. H. McWltorier, of Emporia, aud Miss Ella W. Merchants, of Bloom- ingbtn, Illinois, were married at Ibe Sec ond Presbyterian church in the latter city ou Thursday of last week, and im mediately after the ceremony a brill iant reception was held at the home of bride. On Saturday the newly wedded pair arrived in this city and are visiting at the residence of the groom's father, J. S. McWhortir, wet ofthe cily. They will spend a shot t lime here and then return to Blnoniington. . We join with Mr. Mc Wborter. nuiuertnia Iriend, here In ex tending congiatuaiii-ns and wishing for hitn.-a-lf-aud bride a orocDt-roos and happy future. : " Why will men allow hen.sHlves and th ir noble liiw-Hea to suff- r when Keu dall's Stat in Cure, properly applied. will remove all suffering fioin muu and beast f Read advertisement. - The Sheriff' Convention. Commonwealth : A convention of tbe alii riff of Kansas was held Thursday morning.in Ihe office of Sheriff Dixbrow for the purpose of reorganizing the old association and other purposes, at wbicb twenty five counties weie ' represented. Sheriff Ryan, of E.uptria, was chose u temporary chairman. Sheriff Sherman, of Win field, temporary secretary and Sheriff Bush, of Topeka, corresponding secretary. The subject of most interest to sheriff, Including fees, best measures for capturing horse thieves, etc., i were discussed al length, after which the con vention adjourned to meet In this city on the 8th of August. The permanent association fully organized. A very delightful lawn fete was held last evening at the residence of Conduc tor Irwin at the corner of Rural street aad Fifth avenue, under the aospiccs of the Knights and Ladies of Honor. The yard, which was lighted by a . profusion of Chinese lanterns, presented a very beautiful appearance, and tbe exquisite music discoursed by the K. T. band added largely to the enjoyment of tbe oc casion. Tables were spread aad excel lent refreshments, consisting of Ice-cream, cake aad lemonade, were dispensed by the ladies, who succeeded in making ev- l on present enjoy tbe evening, which i w n;ung clqse to a day of nninter. yoptod pleasure. The project for the establishment here ofthe glucose factory ia under good headway. A little concert of action and a little liberality on the part of our citi seas and tba city council will ox the flutter. It would be of more value to as than anything we could get, because It would undoubtedly be tha fpjrerBnna; of other manufactories which are aeed- ed and which would put oar eity c- permaaeat foandatloB- ; We are gls4 to know list Hiss Emily Kahlataa has beea reemployed tor the earning year as teacher of -the ' kinder. gartea at the State Norm!.; : She did moat excellent work in this depart t cat last year, aad it wcn.14 sot have been aa easy matter to U her place. June 24, 20 and 27. Pitrasols, Umbrella, 20 per cent less than usual. ' June 2S, 29 and 30. Faas and Ncc": vear, 2 per cent less than usual. July ls. i!d nnl ftb.- -Gloves of all kinds, 20 per ceut less thin usual. -July ti, 7and$ Uiltbons aad B'lttons, 43 per cent less than usual. Also during these dates we will have a Job English wool Bnntings, worth ! 25 cents will be offered at 17 cents per yard. Vhite Marsaillea Bad Spreads worth $150 will be offered at Oco Dollar. And so on through a long list, none worth less than 20 par cent more than IVe will offer them for during Ihisspecisl sale. Come and tee for yourselves m At Sawyer's One PriciB Casli Dry Goods House, 148 Commercial Street, Opposite Postofflce, Kmporia, : Jeanw Ijunont for liurna. The. following beautiful lines are from the pen of Wm. Bayne, of Scot land, father of R. D. Bayne, of this county i .. . Ab. erael death, wl' baneful breath, . . nath ta'CD my Barns aw,' Nae mair bis arms will clasp tho bairns. And bless them one and a, - Niu taairwi' glee ho'U sing torn. And cheer the twilight seeae ; Nor start ti-fl tear and charm my car, , Wi praises o' bis Jean. Ills rlowing word where e'er wo roved. v Through hoonie glade or glen. Made my fond heart ia secret pride, Confess bim chief o'men; -' i--u- Twas rapture tweet wi' blu to meat, v At to'stins bour at e'en, .. . . " And hear bint vow behind tbe knowe: "I dearly love you, Jean." What thrilling bliss breathed ia bis kiss. That day I was hlsbrldcr " It silent said, we're one lorajo. ' Whatever fata betide.. Inbappy bond the love was bound . That long was held in Tine, And doubts and fears and bitter tears. Wore left at Hymen's shriue. Ia wedded life we've haunVbeen, Bv windinaNiUtlo stray, For there the majic power of fovo . , . Grew stronger day by day ; How blythe was I, what queen could Tie Wt me my rural Joy! - What courtly damo wi' tilled name, Had nobler lord than, IT i ; . But silent now is the bard tor ye, . . Of love and liberty. .. .. . My Burns, sae dear, no w on thy bier. . . All Scotlat.d weeps lor tnee; Nae mair sweet daisy monetain (rem TJiy hapless fate we'll mourn, ' And ne'er again In patriot strain, , . , , Sin g Bruce at Bannockburn. n Now. cold and still is the tender heart - That fondly beat (or me ; . And closed for aye is the eye of love. Twas my delight tosee. ,.- Onr bairns, sae dear, I'll careful rear... And Barns, through now unseen. His angel form will hover near, And guard his faithful Jean. Wnv Baths. lour Corner. WBDSB8DAY, July 5, 18S3. Eds. News: We took in the Fourth with our "best gal." We boarded the Forest Queen" aud set sail. When but a few miles up tho river, the mate csledout: "All on the larboard side!" There is where wti got tangled up in the "ricrein" and for a minute or two we thought we were all gone into the river. We aon t luins mucn ot tue craft It may be a pr d mud boat, but . ... , f ... it is a poor water joat. The first mate a real good, jovial" sort of a fellow and accommodatinc We liked him very much, other than bis nationality. Elbert Brickev thinks of coing to the Arkansas Springs for his health.... J. Moou is still solid on the committee bis Wo learn lhat Doc. Mooney is offering his Lake Side farm at a low figure Becj. Coat and daughter, from Ludlow Falls, Ohio, is visiting bis son Alf Coats, at Lake Side. Their arrival was somewhat unexpected to Mr. and Mrs. CoaU and Alfred is somewhat re; joiced and steps around like a new boy. Just look at him. . ; .Corn is all looking well and in good shape for rain. The oata will be cut this week and we will be at the circus, so the children can see the animals. Just the Sake. The Reading News. EDITED BY MART DE ZKAX. Monday, July 3. There are to be two picnics near Heading, one at ISichols grove and one up on Duck creek-.-.. Saturday was a very warm day, as was Sunday. . . .Rev. E. Cleveland, pastor of the Congregational church, began his work in earnest Sunday, preaching twice Dr. Roup led the singing. ... Rev. B. F. Crabb preached, Sunday morning bis last sermon to a full bouse. He leaves the circuit work and goes to California on acconntof ill health. Col. Buckner, of Emporia, assumes tbe work and will preach his first sermon Sunday morning, July 16th ...Judge Culver will preach here Sunday morning, July 9th.... Tommy Thomas, son or the widow Mary J. Thomas, after a linger ing illness of tea months, died to-day. Tcesdat, July 4, 1883. Yesterday the mercury stood J 00 in the shade, but to-day it is cooler, and the American people are all anxious to celebrate the anuLvcrsary of our inde pendence Uncle John Stcckley's clerk began the work July 3 at high 12 by setting fire to a spin wheel over a box of fire works in tho store, and as it whirled it set fire to the whole lot, and the noise and smoke cost somebody twenty-five dollars, but fortunately the store did not take fire..... People are gathering to the grove this morning by hundreds. A good time is expected. The Lyndon band discourses sweet mu sic at the grove. Thos. II. Bain, Esq., Topeka, gavo ao excellent address, especially to tbe young people, impress ing all with the idea that what we need to think for ourselves and practice economy and honesty in our every-day lite. fHE Americus News. EDITED BY liTJIUXJW. Snbcriutlo and collections for tbe DAILY and WSaALV Nsws, and all items ol interest for tbi out am n, received with thanks by O. C Uruis.1. real ettaui aa 1 loan agent. . Look at ore Paicss I neolored Japan tea at only 80 cents a uonad; S pounds of standard coffee, or S pounds or roasted coffee for 11 Good plug tobacco at 9 eentt a pound other things la proportion. Bemember that Mrs. Eiinuattoa keeps a air line of bosiery. laces, collars, ribbons. fans, etc. New goods jot arr.vcl. Don't Gorget tbe plsee-second door north of the loatoolee. :. - - ;. . - Fwdat, June 29, Curtis & McAuley's new threshing machitie arrived last night. It's a beau ty... '. Thatcher Hill came up from Jb.ni- poria yesterday and will stay until after the celebration Prof. Cheney -was taken ont into the eonntry last night to the residence of Q. C. Iltdderness. .". . David A. Sbeibly expects to move the latter part of the week into the Smith property In the south part of town, bar ing sold his dwelling to Walter W. Loy. .UcCleery is digging a tornado hole in tbe rear of tbe batcher shop. We suppose that in quiet weather he will use It as' a means, of preserving the meat.... We are now in th midst of harvest.,. . Klca moon-light evenings so light that the Die tickle tbe "pates' of bald-beaded bachelor and disturb the quietude of their midnight slumbers. Backers mowers. Ol borne Sa.l Coets favorite sad Kerstoao ealkycat-es, la stock and for sals bj J. . Stbson. ?ame Crock has traded new threes Un evera! caw la taa bv few-day and wilt toada 7 tew BBOje. - Fty. nets' of AH " dasoripilon ,at aporfs prlort for sals by t. SL Crock.., . JTreah slock of crackers, lumoas,. caneej aad dried frciu a U. W. 'iitxon's.: - n " r . :-l i - - : ' , ; Satprdat, July l.-t Carl Gibeoo, sea of J,' 8. -GtbiCw 'r,i this place is at-'prejept ?eo joying" Uie aip'theria. : . This is the ot!y case of lie dise&M we know of in town....Guiteau was hung in eiSgy on the public square last aight and left suspended the balance ; MAMMOTH SALE. Jobs in Dress Goods at great reductions. Jobs la Shirtings at great reductions. Half wool Lace Buntings, worth SO cents will be be offered at IO cents per yera. De beize Dress Ooods, wotth 19 cents will be offered at 15 cent per yard. 'UST - LOOK WEBliJJA FTATTOS: : ' . V . THE PRIDE OF THE WORUD. S1E1NWAY & ONS PIANOS: Thousands ot people will buy no other. I CHICKBRINa PIANOS: . ; . . ... i THE FAVORITE WITH ALU ! r HB PIANOS: The best piano in the United j n. r VHSHBR PIANO: ' ' Of wMCu we Hare sold more in Hie Bast tliai aiy ctlier ials. - i; : : haines bko pianos.- ;;;;; Un Uieso, and ip fact almost any piano joa WESTERN COTTAGE ; CHICAGO COTTAGE 0KGMS, ESTEY. ORGANS, AND : . WOLFINGER ORGANS. Our stock of Small Musical Goods, such as Guitars, Violins, Accordeons, Banjos, Flutes and Piccalos has-been , largely ? increased. - ; i. d. : ; G. P. JONES & CO., Merchant Tailors GL OTIT I H iir&S. CLOTHING, ; Gents' Fximishinff Goods, HATS AND CAPS, Satchels, We have the in our Merchant Tailonnff Denartment. and a large assortment of piece goods. JAV8 OPERA HOUSE BUILDING. EMPORIA. WTTiTJAM DBAXiBR IN FURNITURE, ; , Undertaker's Goods, Mirrors, &c, Commercial Street, Korth of tlie News Office. I teiidcnce. corner of Knral street and UNOERTAKIMC. Emporia Undertaking House. I have just opened an exclusive Undertaking Estnhlllimn in ,.. : 'ooin of Uolderman Block, I will carry a full line of Metallic Cases, Coffins, Caskets Eobes, Etc. Telegraphic and all other orders will receive prompt attention, day or ,. night. .. . . With a complete stock and close attention to business I hone to re. cei ve a fair share of your patronage. Prices always as low as the lowest. C. ; A. WOLF, Keit floor tp iiw.utpiucr riunafgDOB of the day. - Judging from the looks o bis clothing we would take bim lo be a painter..... Mrs. J. W. Loy, left last Dight for a visit east. ...The board of trustees have insured the M. E. church against wind and Are. A very wise pre caution. . ..Mrs. Rachel Ed miston ex pecisto spend- the Fourth with her mother at Lawrence. Miss Lewis Hill will have charge of her business during her absence. .Mercury 08 in the shade. . John L. Butler, our delegate returned from the convention - yesterday. . . .Too hot to write any more items.;:.. Miss Anna Fox, of Council Grove, re turned this morning. She has been vis iting a few dsys, the guest ot Mr.' and Mrs, J. D. Gibson.... Jamil Crock U building an addition to hfs dwelling, Screen dJur are jaat coming into vogue among our business men. It Is a good Idea, as a case was reported yesterday ; f a man dying from over heat by tbe excessive exertion in keeping off the flies..!'. Americas boys are becoming very una ol tue water ami lane tnetr bath ia the turbulent waters trf.the roar, ing Neosho nearly every evening...'. Garrett Debaum is putting up a barn on hi place on Allen creek. ' It is to be all pine 80x40 feet, oae story high. . . .Cot fio, stock agent of the Missouri Pacific, was in town last night, looking after the interests of the road. Fresb meat of too best quality, yonce and sweet, at XcCleary A Co.s, Americas. We carry tba largest stock of boots aad shoes ia team in eonnatloa with ocr larg-e stock of groceries, aad wa simply defy coaa- petltioa. Our (ooar Snt quality And Car atitced jiut as reareaeBted. Csll sad see a a Tssssuia Lowsr. Alpacca Coats at J.D. GiUton's. - . . .x .- .. Moxdat July 8. .. .The prairies are now one perpetual flower garden t . .The Normal nine dis appointed our boys yesterday.. They will -probably hear from the captain of the "Wood's" cp this way aa- tha . hoys ent to considerable trouble' to .receive them properly and treat Item firsl-cIaSA. The report reached here that the: boys never in tended to come but were , only "fooling" with Ibe village nine. ...lira. Shoalwalter accompanied by a couple of Z- 8. Adair's children, retained toe Em poria yesterday frum a visit, is ' this vicinity..... JsTsea and. Freischlag's wagon i ia lown....W. .II. Hoppe, of Emporia, is Jn town distributing tnasi. cal literatere. He has a flntr wagon with h'toi . which . ha It, takiug. ont , for the inspection of Jactili". Bamesberger. . . . Lesh Brow have, just received a $1000 slack; of boou aad, aboea. .u . . .The I bi ball gaxaa yesterday, home eice atoud : lilnea coed fur snauaor satis; Saa,sdy saadnen suIU wA. I. GilMoa's. --: -Ccw stocksof, eossiMV feratattas, :braaM trU aotlosjt ' sreat .varKt7 ti.U4i ibioa'A i G lo J.t: COxaa, lot lrpper,-aaB4kA walkls saoas. la-11' aad ealtdTea See sbees, toeaS And beys' drBi tbsee, eta " We aiweainraraU UasafewrAsa kip tmoi.' 1 ' ..; v i : ..TCERBAT, 3 alf 4lh. '; ';5Iercary was 100 In "the thauc yeitcT. 4?y. : The Wf.rftxisst of thesee-?a'. I lliuniilon. yj.-!is in town tQ-i$yL cunvassing sad tit with good SBSossi. ,!. .Sliaa Moor head is buiUling a summer kitchen. ... .Some of the boys brute one ofthe liter with Jobs in Cottonadee at great reductions. Jobs in Towelinga at Ureal reaucuons. AT n State for the money. 0KGAITS, fox & CO., ; IEBIPORIA, KANSAS. Xax-sw In .. v alises, c&c., &c. best of facilities roarta aveaue. Call attenaed at say hoar to Eclmss & Eolrlea, oa SiitJ iTeiiae ana jriarKct srreet. large plate glass in Tresslcr & Lowry's store front with a base;balL . Rather ao expensive practice..., David Iioasley and wife started last night for Lovelaud, Colorado,, where they intend making their future home.... A great many horses have strayed off. The flies are so bad on the range that the poor brute sometimes runs for miles without stop ping... Base balling yesterday with mercury 100 in the shade. ; Wall paper at Bond's dra- store. - Mixed paint at Boad's drug store. Pure lard aad castor oil st Bead's. Glass and putty at Bond's . Furniture and ctrriajre varniaa at Bond's. Family medicine at Bond's. Glass aad Quecasarare la the laluat pau terns, be quality, sad lowest prtoer. at 1. C; Brown', Aatericaa. Wa asaaa bBstaasa. Wkdsesoat, July 5. The eelebration at. Lambert's grove passed oil quielly. A couple of case of bottled beer were shipped la from Kan sas City to enable a few to see tbe big elephant. . .".At one time . a hundred " teams could be counted oa . the ground , notwithstanding the aumeroua other picnlca in the vicinity. .. .J. M. McCuwa ', delivered an eloquent extemporaneous , wimx,u sau wmm iisiroed to attentivelv tbroughoul. He took hold with an eam estness that would insure him success in ' any undertaking and grappled some of the momenta questions of the day la a manner mat plainly showed th.t V knew what he was talking about. ..... Judge E. Ay. CunniaghAia next oeJa. pled the time aad the attention of the audience and embellished a Is renwka wim comicaiiuea in the way f a saeech to arouse the mirthful, then branching oat into come of the move sober themea oi ue a ay commanded the attealicc f all. At the close of the remarks a vote of thanks to the inot. was carried . amid great spplarue . when all repaired to the well filled baskets to replenish the inner maa. Credit is due to Rev. J. A. Colllas, presi dent ot the day, for the maaser in which this rart ofthe program was eead noted. and to Judge Cueniagbsxe tor the assist ance be rendered ia kadiag the extern. peraneoua staging. Boat riding swing. ing, etc were esj.iyed by. the. youeg -folks, while the older ones passed a good portion ot weir time, while not other, wise engaged ia enjoying social eonver. sailons, . A Little uapieasantaess wasea- gsged In on the base ball ground, bat such is life... .The boys kept the anviie booming the , morning . of thX Fourth with cine paunds of powder, rlistctbiog the slumbers of the peaceful enisens, annouocing the SBBaveraary f Ui n tioashlrthday. :: .1 i -.-; v i vyar'sramay' sa.Jiclnes. " . . " 1 r, 4yaeAinsily jaedlcine. :"-'?--.: . Barter family asedielaes. if " ' - " KcLccn'c faatriy m? l-jax. : Seawij'a fanttly tricMciasei ,. . Waktlaid ffWl'i:. mlr, " ' 11 '' j AiiUteeeleUras family BtaOiciae I AfcutiJ lf m. W. G-.aaoi,. - ,j 3)BKTBV-.? Colorado;-. JHJ 4-. mm uis ihj-q received, that . y L t ", tri-fc the aia-nal stat inn r - last hr.ttrdv mn.i .n... t". CLARKE. X.