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The Emporia News.
THURSDAY. JULY 13, 18S2. The county inflrru: ry has rt prefect but five inmates. W. T. SihIcd took in bushels of splendid new wheat Sa' unlay. Emporia is shipping a !.irp;e amount of vegetables to New Mexico and Col- orado. I). W. louea, the grocer, aliips over twenty barrels of vegetables a week to Hilton, New Mexico. "The county commissioners Inspected the Neosho Uapids bridge and the one al KlmfV-r forl Tlnir1riv ' A marriage license was issued by Pre I bato Judgo Kellogg last week to J. II. I Dillon, of Denver, Colorado, and Carrie Davis, of Neosho Rapids. Every business man, every mechanic And every prosessionul man will be di- recti v benefited by the establishment here of the glucose factory. J. T. KirkcDdall nurchabcJ the IIol derruan property two miles west of Em- norialo dav. consideration t:i.500. The ' sale was made by Holmes & Ilolden. John Flukt-r received a bandtume Deibold safe from Chicago Friday. It is nrtltv hard for a man to handle as much stuff as Fluker and not get rich. The Allen creek bridirc. which was badly disabled some time ago, and altout which we made some rfcinnrnn. full flat into the creek the other day and is a total wreck. The first deed for right-of-way to tlie Kansas City and Emporia railroad was filed lolay at the register of deeds ot flee. The maker is O. L. K. Davis, 1 Jackson township. We have received the prospectus of the "Occident Sineltlug and Refining Coinnanv." of Pueblo. Colorado, of which our former townsman, John II Wurnekc, Is president Lyon county farmers did not raise much wheat because- but little was sown, but they rejoice all the same at the splendid iuccess of their neighbors in the great Kansas wheat belts. The News la in receipt of a package of chrouioa from Sells Bros "education. al department" which show in Hue style the wonderful animals to be exbib lted here by them on the 15th. "Col." John Hammond has been se lected by the board of education to mi perintend the construction of the new ward school buildings in Emporia. Thev could not have made a better so lection. W. D. Brewer offers a prize of as fine a ball bat as he can find in Chicago to the base ballist that makes the best score in the game to be played between the Emporia nine and Red Stockings of Wichita. 4k Loomls & Loomis have secured the contract for all the tin work on the Santa Fo between Topeka and Florence. Will Loomis, the junior member of the firm, is at present superintending some work at Wnkarnsa. The Commonwealth says, tho delega tion of Select Knights of the A. O. U. W., belonging to the Capital Legion at Topeka, who visited Emporia ou the Fourth, speak in the highest terms of , their treatment in this city. Tho county commissioners, after au diting a largo number of additional bills, adjourned this afternoon until Thursduy. Tho coroner's claims in connection with the iveiger poisoning cose have not yet been passed upon. I lie iiuplist huinlay school enjoyed a delightful picnic Friday at Sodcn'8 grove. Swingiug.croqiiet.boat riding.and a pro fusion of good thing to cat contributed to tho pleasure of young and old and rendered the occasion one long to bo re membered by all who wero present. Tho Emporia 1 lilies met Thursday for company muster, and in connection therewith hod a business meeting anil audited bills amouuting to about $100. Tho receipts of the Fourth of July, cele bration will considerably more than cancel tho entire indebtedness against the company. Convention Culled. The county Republican central com mittee met in this city bust Saturday and issued a call for a county conven tion to elect delegates to tho state con vention, which call will bo found else where In our paper of this date. Let the Republicans prepare for work. IX 8. Bill recently purchased of J. A. Ilolden six lots at tho corner of Com mercial street ana i.RvcDlu avenue. They are planted with flue shado trees and Mr. Bill has secured one of the most lieautiful building sights in Emporia. We learn that it is Lis purpose to erect a fino dwelling at this place sometime in tho near future. The will of John Scott, lato of Mon terey county, California, which has been admitted to record in this county, devises to the board of foreign missions of the U. P. church, two quarter sec tions of land iu Lyon county, and Dr. James Barnett, of this city, has been made the ngent by the church to convert tho legacy into money. The Emporia nine will play tho Red Stockings of Wkhita at the latter place sometime between the 15th and 2ilh of the present month. Special rates have been arranged for over the Santa Fe, aud ii is expected mat al leaat titty peisons from Emporia will bo present. Persons who desire to join the party will please . adviso Geo. Rice, enptaiu of tho Empo ria nine. Capital : By the 13th of September the tonora railway, which is an extension or the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe, will bo completed to Guayraa. Mexico. This will be the first railroad to iutcr- sect ono of the richest states in Mexico, 1 his extension will certainly open up a valuablo trade, nnd one which is dcs. tined lo attain immense proportions lue lino will pass through llermosilo and other large and important Mexican towns. Within thirty days Topeka will have direct railway connection with uiunuauua, another very importsnt .Mexican ciry, which is also a virtual extension or the Atchison, Topeka Jt re line. W1 v """waanwaswsa i ue ranciscan sisters who will make a canvass of tho state in lhalf of si Mary's hospital which it is proposed to erect at this place, have arrived in Em poria nnd will start out on their mission In a few days. The work which they have undertaken is a noblo one, and we hope they may meet with the most generous measure of encouragement in pushing it to a successful termination. Tho hospital, as has been before stated in this paper, will bo open to the ad mission of patients irrespective of sect or color and an institution such as it is proposed to establish here, will be a credit to the city and a good thing for the entire state From Duulap. The Fourth passed o(T very pleasant ly. There were no accidents. We had a very .close gamo of base ball. Our boys the "Rough and Readys," are open to any challenges that may conio. Send them In. Many of our people attended the celebration at Parkerville. E. D. ttn.aa. An article on stock shipments, which recently appeared in the St. Louis Globe Democrat, says that out of 100,000 head of sheep handled at the yards at that place within the lost year, tho flock of J. II. McLean, purchased in Ohio last fall, averaged the best Mr. McLean's ranch ia near Horton station, and he is one of the most successful wool, growers in Kansas, though he has only been ia tha business for about, a year. AROl'ND TOWS. Let us have a fountain in the court house yard, by all means. The C. G. Willi tt photographed the Welth Prebbj U-rian church SslQrJay. There teems to be some kicking on account of the Merchants street grade. I. P. Ilillerman moved bis office into the llolderman blok ThorvUy, next door to Juustiee Bachcller'a office. If E uporia is to continue prosperous she must have a solid bisis. Manufac turing establishments will give her this. The conrt Louse is in better shape in side than it has ever been.. A lountain in the yard is the next improvement in order. During the month of June there were twenty-oue state cases and thirty-nve civil cases tried before Justice Bachellcr, making a total of fifty-six. A little daughter of G. A. Gaddis, who resides on Rural street, fell out of a SL'Cond-storv window Friday onto the ground, without bruising her flesh. Commercial street is to be graveled from the north side of Second avenue to the south sice of Randolph's addition This will be a valuable improvement Marshal Birdsall desires to call the attention of parlies concerned to the re cent order issued by the board of health and urge immediate compliance there- ilh. John Atyco has purchased of Judge Kellogg what is known as the old Ivy Place at the southeast corner of Sixth avenue and Mechanics street, and will fit it upas a meat market John Watson has purchased the va cant lot just west of Graham's furniture shop, and will forthwith proceed to erect thereon a brick business house. Sixth avenue still continues to boom. George Spiccr, with a construction gang arrived in Emporia from Kansas City last week and will at once pro ceed to put up the poles and wires for the telephoue exchange in this city. J. G. Kiock sold to Dr. Northlngton last week a lot and a half off west side of the properly recently purchased by him of W. F. Ewlnir at the corner of Fifth avenue and West street, for t,200. The central telephone office has been divided into two parts by running a partition through the middle and the new switch-board, which will be ready for service in a few days, has been placed in the east room. Messrs. K. MacLennan, L. B. Kellogg and A. S. Tandy have been appointed appraisers to appraise the lots and pieces of ground liable to special as sessment because of the improvements on Fifth avenue, between Commercial and Merchants streets; on Commercial street between Third avenue and Ran dolph's addition, and for paving the al ley between Fourth and Fifth avenues aud Commercial and Mechanics. The Eureka Herald has the following to say of I. E. Lambert's oration at that place on the Fourth of July: "The ad dress of Mr. Lambert was a well consid ered review of the causes which led to tho stand taken by tho colonics for lib erty. It was a synopsis that vividly called to mind each several stage in the nrocrcss of tho creat revolution in a fresh and entertaining manner. Mr. Lambert is a pleasant speaker and he has the good sense to not weary a crowd on a warm day by a long and tedious harangue. His speech was just twenty minutes in delivery, and he left his au diencc in a most desirable" frame of mind toward him, no one being tired and many regretting that he had ended." PEKSONAL MENTION. Geo. Kizcr bos accepted a position with the Rice Brothers. G. W. Bennett is able to resume busi ness after an illness of some days. Misses Sarah Howe and Carrie Hughes are visiting friends in Osage City. A. C. Cray will be pleased to sec his friends at the crocery store of Ireland Brothers. Thos. Carter, of Baxter Springs, Ar kansas, is visiting Dr. Mover and ex pects to settle in Emporia. Wm. Niccols, a prominent citizen of Bloomington, Illinois, who is prospect ing in Kansas, is a guest at the Park Mace. D. B. Shucy, the new preacher of the Reformed church in this city, arrived in Emporia Saturday from New Provi dence, Pennsylvania. A letter received by a gentleman in this city from Luther Rces states that the latter will go into the pension de partment at Washington on a good sal ary. John A. Janus, whose studio is in the now llolderman ' block, has just com pleted a very fine and life-like oil por trait of the mother of J. R. and J. A. Graham, of ths city. R. E. Torrington, the agent of the Santa Fe at this place returned last even ing from Maryland, whither he was summoned some weeks ago by the ill ness of his eldest brother who died some days since. AV. F. Chalfant, Jr., has been appoint ed deputy register of deeds and took the oath of office yesterday. Will is one of the best young men in Emporia, and will prove a valuablo man in the regis ter's office. Andy Ireland, J. N. Bandy, C. A. Schneider and Frank White started west last Thursday on the "cannon ball" for a tour of some weeks through Colorado and New Mexico. That kind of a crjwd ought to have a mighty good time out west Misa Leonora Sedgwick, the lady who succeeds Mrs. A. P. Morse as teacher of the high school, ia a graduate of the Granville, Ohio, female seminary and has taught at that place for a number of years. She is said to be a lady of ex cellent qualifications. Jimmic Hilton, who has acceptably filled the position of baggage master at the Santa Fe depot for some months past will go to Atchison on Monday to work for Wells, Fargo & Co.'s express. Ho ia a first class man for such a position, and we arc glad to know that an increase of salary luduces him to make the change, I mprovemcnts. S. P. Loomis is building an addition of forty feet in the rear of his business block on Commercial street occupied by Tho Fair. Mr. Bonham, a commercial traveler, is building a neat frame cottage on Merchants street south of the residence of A. N. Hauna. Mrs. Jane Young has purchased the property of Judge Elstun on Constitu tion street, formerly owned by Rev. Pyc, for $1,(500. R. D. Thomas will replace the wooden sidewalk in front of his residence on Merchants street with a substantial stone pavement Prothcro Jfc Thomas are building a large carpenter shop at the corner of Sixth avenue and Constitution street Harry Norton is pulling down a fine stone sidewalk on the north and east sides of his residence at tho corner of Fifth avenue and Constitution street Ben Whcldon is making arrangements to build a cottage at the corner of Ninth aveuue and Neosho street, for which C W. Squires is preparing plans. The fact that O.T. Trimble, the hand- some young druggist, is having plana drawn up for a cottage on Merchants street ia not supposed to have any polit ical significance. D. 8. Bill baa purchased a lot on Com mercial street near Second avenue, to which ho will remove the old frame building occupying the site upon which he ia preparing to erect a brick business block. This is ono of the old landmarks of Emporia, and was occupied at on time as a taw office by Rnggles & Plumb. i Ol'K NEW SCHOOL BUILDINGS. Cob tract tor Their Construction Let to Bicbirdiea & bob . Emi-obia.Kis . July 5, 182 The board of education held an ad journed meeting in the high sch'jol, President L. B. Kellogg in the chair. Present L. B. Kellogg, 8. B Itiggs, D. C. McMurtie, II. B. Morse.R. Cord. ley, T. P. Hall, D. W. Morris. Absent R. M. Mills, W. J. Jones, N. T. Nix. Richardson & Sou, builder, being present by invitation of the building committee, suggested that the walls in the upper stories of the new buildings be made twelve inches instead of seven teen inches, and that the joists of the second floor be fourteen inches Instead of twelve inches, and that the joists be put 12 inches apart instead of fourteen inches. Mr. Riggs moved that the specifica tions be changed as follows: Reduce the wall above the second floor to three brick, the number of brick com puted by a brick mason, to be deducted from the contract at the rate of $10 ptr thousand. Add to the contract price the value of the difference between 12-incb joists and 14 inch joists, computed in feet at $1-25 per 100 feet Carried. The following was presented for the consideration of the board. Whatever plaster ia omitted in either building to be deducted from the con tract price at the rale of 22 cents per yard for brick work and 28 cents per yard for lath work. Carpenter work provided in the speci fications which the board may elect to omit, to be estimated and deducted from the contract price. Estimated value to be determined by arbitration if agree ment cannot be made by contractor and superintendent. As to the paymcntPt the builder, the following motion was made: Moved that payments be mode upon estimates every two weeks upon material on the ground. Carried. Moved that the bond required of the contractor bo equal in amount to the bid Carried. Moved that the bid of Messrs. Rich ardson & Son for $11, 188 be accepted with the modifications above made. Carried. Moved that when we adjourn we do so to meet to-morrow (litursuay) at 4 o'clock p. m., at the office of Mr. Riggs at the corner of Fourth avenue and Commercial street Carried. Moved that the building committee. with Mr. Riggs and the clerk, prepare a bond and contract and present it to the parties. That the building committee be re quested to coufer with John Hammond or Mr. Morehouse or any competent person to act as superintendent of the building and report to-morrow after noon. Carried. Moved that the building committee employ the county surveyor to establish the corners of the sites, and the commit tee bo authorized to establish the grade and the position of the building on the lots. Carried. Moved that the janitor's wages for one month, $25, be allowed and an order drawn on . the treasury for the amount Carried. Adjourned. P. J. Cabmicuaei,, Clerk. advent or Iiy! COLOSSUS no ADS. or By Which Is Meant the Six United Enor mous ltallroad Show of the Sells Brothers. Hereafter Se'ls Brothers name will bo as eood on a show bill as Vander- bilt's is on a bank check. Binghainp. ton (N. Y.) Daily Republican. Sells Brothers gr'ent exhibilional ven lure, which is to unfold its six canopied treasure-houses at Emporia on Saturday, July 15th, has finally solved for us the much-discussed, so-called "problem of life." That problem, here and now, has resolved itself into tbe one' great ques- tion, not of who is going to the big show. but who can possibly afford to be lei t at home on the great day of its appearance. Having thoroughly convinced the pub lic that it is an honestly advertised cshi- bition, and that its promises are as good as old Vanderbilt's, or any other man's, there is coins to be many a do mestic mutiny of "irrepressible conflict" dimensions, when it comes to deciding who are not to be permitted to feast amazement with wonder-rounded eyes, by gnzing upon its huge pair of full grown hippopotami, strange wooly ele phants, majestic giraffes, rare midget dwarf elephant, Arctic Amphibia, per forming Colorado cattle, tremendous tigers, roaring sea lions, gigantic felines, monster two horned white rhinoceros, fifty tons of performing animals, Chas. Fish, the "hero horseman," Signorita Adelaide Cordona, the French family Davene, the Caron and Washington troupe, the twenty comical clowns, Lot tie Aymar, Jeronimo Bell, and a thou. sand and one separate shows of equal interest , not to speak of the magnificent street parade, with its enormous caravan of Asiatic and African elephants, its Sultan-like army of camels, its three bands, leviathan locomotive steam or chestra, and living avalanche of daz zling sensations, which the average boy would walk ten miles on bis hands to see. or the sake of peace, and in the name of universal enjoyment, spare no effort to so arrange it that all may take in the best show of their lifetime, and one whose memory will be a continual pleasure. School Board Meeting;. Emi-obia, Kas., July C, 1S82. Tho board of education held an ad journed meeting at the office of S. B Riggs, on the corner of Commercial street and Fourth avenue, for the pur pose of considering tho bond and con tract for the now school building. Present L. B. Kellogg, S. B. Riggs, N. T. Nix, D. C. McMurtrie, D. W. Mor- ris, T. P. Hall and R. Cord ley. The contract for the new school build ings was read, and being approved, the president aud clerk were authorized to sign the contract on the part of the board. The contractors, R. P. Richardson and Asa II. Richardson, presented their bond, which being found in due form, was accepted. The specifications were signed in like manner as was the contract The building committee reported John Hammond and Mr. Morehouse for choice of board as superintendent of new building. - On motion the board proceeded to elect a superintendent, Mr. T. P. Hall acting aa teller. The ballot resulted in the election of John Hammond. Moved that the treasurer of the board bo required to furnish $10,000 addition al bonds. Carried. P. J. Carmic iiael, Clerk Medical Meeting-. The regular monthly meeting of the Lyon county medical society was held list Thursday at the office of Dr. Frost Dr. Page asked leave of the society to postpone the presentation or his paper on "Small-pox" until the next meeting, which was granted. Dr. Biddle presented the subject of "Functional Disease of the Liver," re porting three cases. An interesting dis cussion of tha paper followed, in which all the members present participated. The next meeting will be held on tbe first Tuesday evening in August - Oood Work. The county commissioners inspected the bridges at Neosho Rapids and 8hafer'a ford Thursday and expresa themselves aa fully satisfied with the work on both structures. New peirs have been pat in at the Neosho Rapids bridge and the west bank of the river haa been protected by rip-rap. .The contractor waa L. W. Lewis, and the masonry ia said by the commissioners to be first-class. The same report is made concerning the bridge at Sbafer Mrd, where peirs have been built for a superstructure which will be put u,- jt an early day. BOARD OF HEALTH MEETING. Bill Audited and Am Order Adopted Kecardlna; Hotels, Barber Sboaw, Keataarauta ajid LmoBdrleo. A meeting of the Board of Health as held liwt evening at which the fol- lowing bu4utnn was transacted: The following circulir was prepared and will be served upon all bote! kn p ers, the proprietors f restaurants, bar ber shops and l.iundries: lour ntU-ntiou is called lo the follow ing order adopted by the board of health at lis uierliug, J uly u.li : It is hftreuy ordered in-U all slop and waste water from hotels, restaurants, barber shops sua public laundries, shall not be allowed to run into any street or alley, or into any drain leading iulo or under the same, and all such slops or waste water, wnen Hauled away shall not be deposited at any place where the drainage is into the Cottonwood river above Soden'a dam, or within one fourth mile of any residence. You will ue allowed ten dava in which to place your premises in condi tion to comply with the above order, and it is suggested that tanks, barrels or oiner suitable vessels of sufficient capacity, be sunk in the ground at the rear of your premises for the reception oi aucn siops, wmcn must be removed as oiten as may be necessary, at the ex pense of the parlies creatine them, and under no circumstance must they be permiuca to overnow. 1 ue city marshal Is hereby instructed to see tnal in is order is prom ply com plied with, and that its requirements are rigidly enforced. By order of the board or health. A.4J. La kin. Secretary. The following bills in connection with the recent small-pox cases in Emporia were audited: Or. J. U Page Wilton A Crowe M. II. Bate ....... $SU1 56 5 SO S Ml 124 M 114 00 80 00 8 OS 7 00 W. Newman Co. Wot llollenlieek Dr. altHtnallhti ... . I. C McMurtrie U. C. Martin A. T. Iale 64 00 Geo Martin a 00 J. P. II Herman II 00 sa 6 IS 60 SuO uo 18 00 McDonald A taktn Prank Hum bain K. P. Surasue. Wm llinea, fc. J Palmer a s U. T. Barwlct 1 00 0 OS Richard C. Walker... V . Uiutiarilkon Mr Burn ... . as oo oo 75 8i .. io oo llSii 78 J M Urinith Mollie ford Total Of the above, $300, th claim of E. F. Sprague, ia for the pest house near the Neosho: $75.55, the claim of J. M. Grif fith is for tents; and $18.50, the claim of Mr. Haines, is for a wagon, all of which will be available for future emergencies. There were other bills presented aggre gating in the neighborhood of $200, which tho board ilisallowed. Theclaims passed upon by the board of health were submitted to the county commission rs to-day. We believe the board of health have only taken aur.b measures as were neces sary for the proper treatment of patients and it is due lo their vigilance that the contagion has been confined to the few families atllicted with the disease. Tbe bills, in our judgment, are quite reason able and we hope tbey may be promptly allowed. Golnjr aud Gathering. I have just made a tour through Cof fey, Woodson, Allen and Anderson conn ties. The wheat, an extraordinary crop, is saved. Allen and Anderson have the largest acreage of wheat. Oats are be in c harvested. The crop is good, but there is some complaint of rust. Wood son, Allen and Anderson have a fine crop of flax nearly ready for the reaper. The crop is unusually good. These counties also produce some castor beans. There are a few fields of flax and castor beans in Coffey county. But the corn is wav ing in promising greenness everywhere. The late hot weather has produced an immense erowth. Two or three more eood rains will irve us tho largest corn crop ever gathered in tbe Neasho valley, Lyon and Coffey have a very large acre age of corn planted, and will be- among the banner corn counties of the state. The fruit crop is about all that can be desired. There will be bushels and bushels of blackberries. Grapes -will be reckoned by tho ton. The peach trees are bearing all they can. The fruit ol fruits, the apple, abounds All over. The early varieties are coming into the mar kets now. Everybody but tho croaker is rejoicing in the good things of mother earth. The most or people where 1 go ap prove the hanging of Guitenu. 'A few sentimentalists pronounce it a "legal murder." They want criminals pre served from ull barm. A poor villain who kills the president of the Uuitd States or anybody else wants to be cared for, fed and clothed and kept in an asy lum at the expense of the government Murderers and thieves ought to be pitied and petted, now such a course would wear out the "cranks" and protect men against assassins! All good people are rejoicing over the temperance victory in Iowa. The whiskyites arc alarmed at the prospect of increasing drunkenness under a pro hibitory law. C. R. It Dr. Cord Icy at Eureka. Eureka Herald : To those who are fond of personal ruminiscences Dr. Cord ley's lecture on the "Early Memoirs of Kansas," at tbe Congregational church on Wednesday night of last week, waa very entertaining. The title nf tlin lor-tiim ia nlfnlMrMl rt awalton false anticipations, however. Anything , . - connecteu wiui me eany uays oi Kansas naturally associates our minas wun uie thrilling events out of which Kansas was evolved. Hence, when Dr. Cord ley, who became a resident of Kansas twen- ty-five years pgo, fails to indulge in a description of incidents of animation in dealing in memoirs of early days, his auditors will bo more or less disap pointed. That which the lecturer really attempts to deal with is the manner and habits of the enthusiastic class who came to lay the foundation of the com munity that we to-day invite the world to admire. We think the most complete thing la the lecture waa tbe unique style in which prominent individuals were described. The fifty minutes con sumed In tbe delivery of the lecture were not tedious to us, and did not seem to be to any one in the audience. It contained good English, which we have been pain ed to discover has not always graced the efforts of those who have aspired to the ranks of lecturers in Eureka; and that is one of the first essentials of a good lecture. The Board of Health III 11a. As will be seen by reference to the city council proceedings, the county commissioners assume the payment of two-thirds of the claims in connection with the . treatment of the recent small pox cases in Emporia, and the city paya the remaining third. This, in our judgment, ia a very equita ble adjustment of the matter, and we believe will give quite general satisfac tion. Of course it waa impossible to take any of the patients to the county infirmary, and aa other accommodations had to be provided, it seems only fair that the county bear its share of the ex pense incurred in the treatment of per sona afflicted with the contagion, which, happily, haa been confined to a few fam ilies. Aa we observed yesterday, the bills, as we view tbe matter, are not ex orbitant when we consider the con tagious and loatbeome character of the disease and tbe great difficulty always experienced in securing attendance for those afflicted wiih a malady which is so universally dreaded. The board of health promptly took such measures for the protection of the public aa were de manded by the exigencies of the aitua tion, and that thanks of the community are due them for their care and vigi lance in preventing a spread ot the con tagion. ' Redaction in Faro. Commonwealth: Messrs. T.J. Hank la A Brother yesterday reduced the price of board at the Hotel Windsor as follow : For transient lard. Iioni $3 and $2.50 per iUy to $2 ZQ intl $2 n.-r day 5 fr lv aril try h $ i $!ij r i m. al i ir r t' CITT COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Commercial Street to Be Graveled From I Fee-md Aveaaa to Boodolph'a AddlUoB. The City Accepts the PropMlUoa of the Coootjr Cammlwuiiun to Pay OO oT the t,405 la of Claim ia Conneetioa Wl h tbe Small pox Cases la Erupjrla Birdsall Nominated for Hirihtl hy the Mayor aad Confirmed by m Unanimous Vote Council Ciiambkbs, July 7, 1882 Council met pursuant to sojourn ment Present Mayor Eastman and Councilmcn Bay, Lewis, Ireland, Theis and Moore. Minutes of previous meetings, regular and special, were read and approved. Financial statements ot city treasurer and city clerk, for quarter ending June 15, 1382, referred to committee on ways and means. Police judge's report for June referred to committee on claims. Jail report ot the marshal was referred to the committee on claims. Petiiion of E. W. Cunuinghatn and others asking permission to open ditch on Sixth avenue to drain cellars was read and referred to committee on streets and alleys. Petition of M. Malouy and others asking for sidewalk on south side of Second avenue, was read aud referred to committee on streets and alleys. Petition of Li. F, Pruyn aud others asking for water pipe on Fifth avenue from Commercial street to Mechanics street, was read and referred to commit tee on waterworks. Petiiion of citizens lo have water hy drant placed on southwest corner of Sev enth avenue and Commercial street, was read and referred to committee on waterworks. Petition of U. B. Lowe to keep billiard tables at Fifth Avenue hotel, was rt ad and on motion granted. Petition of E. K. Criley & Co. to keep billiard tables at Hotel Coolidgc read, aid on motion granted. Petition of Carbon to keep billiard hall at 108 Commercial street read, and on motion granted. The following waa introduced by Lew i. Eetoleed, That it is hereby declared to be necessary to gravel a strip lll'ty feel in the center oi commercial- street, in Emporia, Kansas, troni the north side of Second avenue to the south side ot Kan- dolph's addition ; said strip to be not less than eight inches deep in the center. Resolution was adopted and the clerk instructed to advertise according lo law The following was introduced by Bay and on motion adopted IteMoleed, That the superintendent of the water works is hereby nuihoriz:o to make a tap and lay water pipe from the mam on Commercial street to a point in the court bnuw yard, provided the county commissioners will agree tocrect public fountain. . Bay called up tho ordinance provid- Ing for the refunding of the city bonded indebtedness, and after a lengthy dis cussion, on motion of Thatcher the or dinance was made the special order of the next regular meeting aud the city attorney directed to be present. . An ordinance entitled "An ordinance in relation to the fire department of the city of Emooria. and to repeal former ordinances relating thereto," was, on motion, adopted by section by a unani mous vote. An ordinance fixing the salary of the street commissioner uud superintendent of water works was read, considered by section under suspension of the rules and adopted by a unanimous vote, An ordinance pro"iding for the fur nishing of water to the Emporia Grape Sugar Company was introduced, dis cussed, and referred to the committee on ordinances. Mr. Bay offered the following resolu tions, which were, oa motion, adopted by a unanimous vote Iieuoleeih That it is the sense of this council that water privileges be granted to the Emporia Grape SugHr Company Tor a period ot ten years, n possible, aud that the same should be done under an appropriate ordinance; and Resolved, That the committee on or dinances prepare and report an ord nance at the next regular meeting, grant ing such privileges under suitable re strictions aud provisions properly guard ing tbe interests ot tbe city in the mat ter. An ordinance providing for issuing bonds to pay for tho work of macadam- izing, curbing, guttering and graveling now under contract, was Tend and laid over until the next regular meeting for action On motion the special policeman was discharged and the office abolished On motion the following resolution was adopted : Iietoloed, That the mayor and coun cil hereby appoint L.. ts. Kellogg, h., McLennan and A. S. Tandy, three dis interested persons, appraisers lo ap praise all and each of the lots, parts of lots and pieces of ground liable tor special assessments because of the curb ing, guttering and ma-adamizing on Fifth avenue, citv of Emrtoris. between the east side of Mechanics and the west side of Merchants, and on Sixth avenue, between the same points and on Com mercial, tor such curbing, guttering, macadamizing, paving and graveling 2?. a wqnlred and contracted for between I Third aveuue and the south line of Ran- dolph's addition, and for paving the alley between Fourth and Fifth avenues, and Commercial and Mechanics. Jietolced, That the city clerk notify said appraisers of this said appointment The following communication from the chairman of the board of county commissioners was read and, on motion, the proposition of the board was ac cepted : At a regular meeting of the board of county commissioner of Lyon county, Kansas, there were present 11. If. Holmes (chairman), J. E. Jonea and P. J. Hal berg, commissioners, and the in vestigalion of the various items ot ex pense connected with the nursing and takiog care of the various smail-pox patients being before the board, and af ter an examination of each item by the saul commissioner, in connection with the board of health of the-city of Em poria, ana the price oi the same fixed aud determined, it is ascertained that the total expense which has been in curred and ought to be paid is $1,405.78, of which amount it is agreed br the said board of county commissioners of saiu Jyon county, Bvansas, aau tyy tae board of health of the city of Emporia, that Lyon county, shall be liable lor and pay the sum of $927.18, provided the city of Emporia will pay the sum of $ttW.G0. II. F. Holmes. Chairman. An ordinance providing for the pay ment of the following claima was in troduced, considered by sections nndcr the suspension of the rnlea and adopted by a unanimous vote. Emporia Republican, printing, etc... 4 41 62 J. G. Tray lor. clerk, coals in cases City vs. Smith, No 427 S8 8S City v. Pfcfferle. So a eu City va. Pfefferle. Mo.4!tt 11 to city vs it n ret. mo 414 10 SO T. I. Byaa, theriff. cost in the following City vs. Harry Bmlth Sn 427 T 10 L ity va. Pfcflerle. No. 434 30 00 City va. Eh ret. No. 414 a tillchrUt Bros , livery 4 "5 O. J. Rutfrcll, aaaitant eaciaoer 00 unman 4t bcowaru, rent or engine house IseOO Km poria Electric and Gas Ujrbt Co gas for May - TT 10 Board or health, one-third of bills al lowed by the boa.d of health ia small poxeaaes . . .468 01 H. Whittle iT, feed IS to I. D. Fox, 4t Oo-, stationery 8 75 W. L. Spencer, excavating oa C. nawr- cJal street 11T CO J. 11. Hilrttea.eagineer aerrice 13 ou J . I. W Bell, excavating sixth avenue S6 hs Chicago Lam her Co . coal at4 73 W. K. Carlo, black smith lag. 8 ) K. Borton,eokt of laying pipe B St John Saarpe. work. T SO Collen. work I ss P. Lewis, work a 75 Joaeuh Waggenec, work ., ... s as O. H. Miller, work a 90 P. II. Kieu. rope packing S SU Holmes Jiltaon. carpenter work... Uie 1 1 W. Bell, curbing and guttering sixth avenue, between Commercial and MercaanU mull 43s GO Curbiag Cotam rcial street between Second aad Third avenues. 1ST 50 Guttering Commerei! street between jocond and Third avenues ISO OS Curbing aad guttering Kifth avenue between afercbaat aut Ceeaercial streets fCS 81 -Total. it 4 Tbe council then went into exiruiive action. The mnvT i.omtMtt il Sir. M. It -d n' f- m- l I ami Hi. .i . ll - - IJ-t,!' ' IM -r,' 1. X" n u-.l a utri rV k ri- I A J ! d. L. V. IWa . C k Soldier's Bemnton. The following circular has been issued to all posts ot the Grand Army of Ibe Republ ic in Kansas : II KAIXiUAHTEltS GUASD AKXT OP TUK si ltKPCHLIC, UWiRTSKNT Or" KaSSAS, office of Jikiok V . Commander. Fort Scott, Kansas, July 5. Te Pout Vommnnding.Pott Xo.,QA.R. : vomrads Is obtdience to appoint ment fi out the committee of arrange ments tor the grand soldier, reunion and enoxmpmenl of the G. A. R, lo be held at Topeka, Kansas, September 11th to 10th, rssi, I am an ill on zed lo convene a representation of the various posts of tbeG-A.lt, of southwestern Missouri aiid southeastern Kansas, at such time as I may designate, to perfect regimen tal and lrtgadc organizations by elec tion of projter officers, and to make ar rangements for transportation, assign ment to quarters, eic. xoaare therefore notified that such meeting will be held at Fort Scott, Kan sas, Tuesday, J uly 18, 1882, at 2 :30 p. m , at headquarters Wm. H. Lytle Post Ki. A- Jt Eacb post will be entitled to one rep resentative and Tote but can send as many delegates aa the post may see fit to such meeting. 1 bis will tie the grandest reunion ever neia in me united states, and all com rades of the G. A. K. and ex-soldiers and sailors who can possibly attend. should be there. . All ex-soldiers and sailors who have not as yet been mustered into the G. A it. can attach themselves to the various posts tor reunion purposes. x ours in F.. C. and I., H. W. Pond, Junior Vice Dept. Commander, Two Woolly ElepbmaU. " Messrs. Chas. Reich & Bro. have re ceived by the Steamer "Oxfordshire.1 Capt C. P. Jones, from Singapore, two of the smallest aud most wonderful ele phants ever exhibited in this country or in Europe. The famous baby t lephant born in Philadelphia, and about which so much baa been written, is larger than either of the elephants which the Messrs. Rei.-he have secured. Both of these arc covered with strong black hair uearlv two inches iu length, and am said to be the first of this kind ever shown in any country at a public exhibition. The smaller one sways to and fro like the largest elephant that ever howled undec a circus tent, lie is as frisklv and playful as a kitten, and will delight uuutireusoi romping children w no can see him today at the New York aiinanum. uolh or the elephants are perfectly harmless; their lufcfcs are beginning to grow, out lliey permit any one to fondle their trunks and seem lo be always on the scent lor peanuts and candy. They have smaller ears than the Baby Eli' pliant, and arc much more attractive. Mr. Ki'lclie says that they arc worth $10,000. They were captured in the northern part of the Maylay Peninsula and are called Woolly Elephants. They are fed on rice, bread, hay. etc.. etc. JNew lork Daily limes, October 9 1880. The above most remarkable animals will be exhibited in Sells Brothers' Six Enormous Railroad Shows, at Emporia, Saturday, July 15. Going sCliiewhtre. We regret to learn that the gentlemen who have been in i.rnporla for some days past endeavoring to secure certain privileges and a money bonus for the location of a glucose factory here have accepted a proposition to go elsewhere, and the works arc thus lost to Emporia, We regard this unfortunate for the town aud deplore the dilatory policy which lias resulted in the tuilure to secure such a valuable industry. We are doing a good deal of building in Emporia and are making a large number of hand some improvements, but unless we devise some means to foster labor and offer inducements in the way of employment to people who are already here or may desire to come, we fail to see how the business of the town is to grow or what will sustain our increasing population. It was a great niutake, iu our judgment, to allow such an opportunity as has tieen offered us for building up the town to go by de fault. The Harper City Times gives Judge Ciilvcr the following good notice for his oration at Harper 011 the 4lh : Judge J, V. Culver, o( Emporia, delivered the oratiou of the day and it alone was wnrlh a long trip to hear. It was not a spread eagle address bul was a speech containing much originality of thought and earnest practical truths presented in an informal, but cntertuiniDg way, that won and retained the close attention of the audience during a ralber lengthy ad- dress.but which ne one thought too long. We had not the pleasure of listening to much of the speech so we cannot give a synopsis of it, but for those who heard it, it neeus no republication, lor to a greater extent than any speech ever de livered in Harper it ia stamped on the memory ol those who listened, to bear fruit iu years to come. The judge pleased all who bea4. him and will be kindly remembered by bun- ureus 01 our citizens wiinm be convinc ed without the least show of pedantry that he is a man nf high intellectual cul ture, natural ability and inherent good ness." Our New Marshal. M. Birdsall, who was appointed c'uy marshal by the mayor last evening and was confirmed by the unanimous vote of the council, is well Qualified for that responsible position, and the action 01 our municipal Kuisiatuie In cnooa- ing a successor to Mr. Bell seems to meet with a very general endorsement at the hands of the people. Mr. Bell, the retiring marshal, who desired to be relieved of his official du ties by virtue of the larcc draft made upon bis time br his business affairs, has made one of the best ofHcera Empo ria ever had, and bis record during his term tf public service is one of which he and the city have reason to be proud. H una; to n Feean Tree. St. Louis, July 7. A Itepublican Ire del), Texas, special says that yesterday uioruing n negro committed an outrage upon the person of Mrs'. W. G. Pucli. wife of a farmer living four n'.cs west of this place. Pugh had gone hunting, leaving his wife alone with the negro ayior, wuo, as sopn aa rucn was away, committed the assault, .using a knife to intiinuiate uis victim. 1 lie neighbors soon got together and caught Savior here. The prisoner was taken to Pugh's house lor mentincation, but tbe lady was ao much indisposed that it was thought best to postpone the examina tion. Savior was taken to the Mcridan Jail at 11 o'clock last night. Tbe door of the building in which Baylor waa cone fined was broken into by masked men, an-i after a short scuttle with tbe guards tbe negro waa taken to s pecan tree three hundred yarda from the depot and Hung. Flro at Cleveland. Cleveland, July 7. Afire destroyed Freed Lee'a saloon and James Qibba' bouse, Newburg, early this morning Loss. $1,000: do insurance. Shortly af terward a gasoline explosion occurred in Thomas Davis' store, on Harvard street, which set the building io flam as and rapidly spread to the adjoining places. Davis" loss is f (1,000; no insur ance. Uogen'a furniture store auffered to the extent of f 1.S00 Insured. John Blaisdell, barn losses $500; no insur ance. Mrs.. Alva Sawyer, house, losses $350; uninsured ; and alra. George H'illiam'a house waa damaged $350; uninsured. Notes Fran tho Northwest. Cheteskk, W. T- July 7. Chan. A. Hovt the attorney arrested at Pbo?nix. Arizona, January last nponaaesenptivs associated press dispatch charged with larceny or a ceruncate or acposit, value $3,000. and brought hcre,was discharged UMlay, tbe indictment being aet aside on a demurrer. The latest reports from tbe Crows ia that cattle killing continues, and hun dred of parties are destroying wheat fields in northern Wyoming. A report that eettiera killed three Crows . lacks confirmation. It ia feared another In dian ar will be inaugurated. Contdnctor Sate. St. Louis, July 7. A special to th Republican from Coraicana, Texas, saya: Sam McEgaa, s conductor on tbe Texas & St- Louis railway, waa shot through Che heart and instantly killed at Trinity Bottom, Mcggan, seeing a. stray dog, e nxei and u-l- hira- A. short' time afcr t:e ear iiiu n-d and eat him .. . - -r-.i. MeE?n. When . . -.. pi: . " ho i - -l--- ii k r.irt - '!. ! l tt-u-rt i .1. u 1 I'l I ; u ti i i .. I' - o-tt d r I ri i -1 COMMERCIAL Trade Re porta Frona Kew York nnd Cincinnati. I'iNClkXaTi, July 7. Uut-iness conliu- aesdali, though fMubaiMi not .iuiru so than is usual at this season ot the year. wueu ao many areaosent at I lie uminer resorts. IJry goods have It It n check bv leason of cool weather, but the tiruiiiexs and advancing tendency in common goods giyes a better t.tuv to the market. Woolen goods in light demand. U nicer. ies continue dull. The clothiug trade shows m animation. Boots aud shoes in fair demand for ibis season. Provis ions are decidedly slrtiar aud higher. porn, itaviug advanced lo 23 and lard 10 l-.n. while clear bacon has reached 15. Sales are uot heavy al these prices even. The growing deficit in the hog receipts and the apparent shortage in corn tend to cause holders to expect higher orices. in gram mere is a nriuer leeling as to wneat aou nancy, wuue corn has ad vanced at an astonishing rale, selling to day as high as tft. Oats is slightly eas ier, out sun sells alas. Nkw loBK, July 7. The week has been a broken one on account of the holidays, and business has been much retarded on account of the strikes; but the outlook ia regarded as favorable tor trade, and tne reports received as to the crop prospects, on the whole, steadilr grow better. lry goods especially have been restricted by the strike of freight nanuiers, wnicn, wun me inlerruDiion of the holidays, caused the business of tbe week 10 be unusually small, as a large amount of trade has been lempor- ariuy uiveneu iroin in is market. The main feature in the grain market was the heavy break in July wheat, there oeing a uecune 01 13 to 10 cents per ouanei in one uay. abater in the week tbe month Buffered but little aud the market baa been quite stead v. with some. thing of an advance at the close. .Corn nas been active and steady, nnd advanced 4 to 5 cents for the last and near bv months, nnd closed a fraction otf from the highest prices. Oats have been ouile irregular, but the fluctuations have uot been wide. Tbe market closes somewhat j weak, at no advance of 2 cents over a week ago. The lard and pork market has been active and fctrong, prices stead ily advancing. The market closes steady, with indications of a further rise. Kaw rugar is somewhat quiet, bul prices are firm, hales are limited to the wants or refiners. In cofloe and teas there ia nothing special to note. The market lor American Die iron instill influenced by the holiday oeriod. and very little business ia transpiring, bul such sales as are reported are at full figures. The feeling is steady, but no transactions of any moment are reported in Scotch pig iron or nails. The boot and shoe trade has been very fair for the week, broken into as it has been. Retailers were very busy and constaullv in the market replenishing, which madit up most 01 tne trade or the week. Man ufacturers are suonlied with orders and duplicates enough to last them till the tall trade lairly commences. Auction sales ot boots and shoes were good, nnd t le average amount disposed of. The leather maiket was qu lei; nothing new a id prices unchanged. The arrival ot cheese was ve-y large 75.000 Imxea in two days. Ths market dropped from W to 4 cent, and a further decline is an ticipated, llutter held its own the past week; no change in prices. Arrivals about equal the demand. NATIONAL KKWt KOTK8. Items of Interest from Washington. Washington, July 7. The confer ence committee on lue bill to euable national banking associations to extend llit-ir corporate existence agreed upon tbe only remaining points in contro versy, the house conierecs rcceuiue from their disagreement to sections 12 and 13 of the bill addtd by the senate already published. Morrill presented the senate a memo rial from tbe wholesale liquor dealers of Philadelphia, urgiug congress to extend the time for payment ot taxes on dis tilled snirits. Cock roll introduced a bill to Repeal all laws granting public lands to Mis souri to aid in the construction and c-x tension of the St Louis & Iron Moun tain rai!road,and to declare such lands in Missouri forfeited to tbe Lnited States. The cabinet again to-day considered the affairs of Chili and Peru. At the instance of the counsel for the prosecution the grsnd jury will be re convened Monday, when the newly dis covered evidence in the star route Iran J will be laid before that body by the prosecution, and there is no doubt of their ability to obtain new indictments, but the defendants cannot be tried be fore October. The testimony of Con tractor Wafsh is said to form a part of the evidence tt is reported that prom inent officials not yet openly mentioned will be indicted in connection with ttie star route .frauds. In the cases now on trial the government expects to close within three days. The house committee on commerce directed Hepreseutative Washburn to report with favorable recommendation the bill for the construction of bridges across the Mississippi river at St. Louis, Secretary Teller says if Capiain Payne makes another raid into the Indian Ter ritory he will bo put out in a summary way. Tbe secretary or the navy to night re ceived the following telegram trom En gineer Melville, dated Irkutsk : "Arrived at Irkutsk with Ninderman, Naros and relics. Missed harbor on the Lena. Sentior Bartlett to join him Want permission to return home." The house at the evening session pass ed forty-five pension . bills ahd several bills granting condemned cannons, and then adjourned till to-morrow. About ten years ago E. G. Matthews, then assessor ot internal revenue at Den ver. Colorado- was eranted authority to erect a small building on lots owned by tne government ior use oi an omce. u erected three, renting them out as stores at the rate or fl'00 a month ever since. Secretary Folger ordered an investiga tion, with the result that Matthews be dispossessed, and the rental in the future be paid to tne government. Chieaaro Currents. Chicago, July 7. Judge Harlan, of tbe federal court, this afternoon, de cided that the city haa the right to close the bridges and cause vessels to lay np tor an hour every morning and evening, me effect ot tue decision is to put stop forever to the great annoyance of swinging the bridges at tue two busiest perioda of tbe day, and to give them power to regulate the river. A remarkable rise in the price of stain and provisions occurred on 'change to day, more remarkable in view of the existing high prices. Itegular wheat advanced llifalUc. Corn struck tbe highest price for years, advancing 2t 3c; oats advanced l.otac: pork, Siiaw lard. 35(40c. The highest prices were reached just at the close, and the excite ment lot a few minutes waa intense The chief cause was the storage and bad weather. 'Emory A. Storrs,' mistion to Europe ia to act as counsel for the American cattle shippers, and investigate the predjudice of European laws" against American beet and tbe export trade President Arthur, secretary f-relinghuy- sen and Uen. Grant gave turn strong letters. The National Music Teachers' associa tion this alter noon elected the lollowing officers : President, E. M. Qownar, St. Louis; secretary, W. F. Heath, Fori Wayne, Indiana; executive committee, A. A. Sloan, i)obert Bowman, E. E. Holt, with a large number of vice presidents, from every section of the union. Providence, It, waa selected as the placa of the next meeting, and the first Wednesday in July, IS&j, as the time. A SiEht Kxpocted. Dkhtkb, Col., July 7- Another In dian waa killed at the agency near Ig nacio, N. M., last night by a band ol western Indiana, who, when tearing the agency, stole several corses, six or eight Lies pursued them, and Una morn ing tbe body or one of lue pursuing party waa found dead. Chief Ignacio and band are on the trait, sad s tight ia expected to-day. Ths agency Indiaus will protect tne whites. Croquet Sets, Hammocks Base A Large and Fine Assortment of ; Window Shades, Fixtures, Curtain Poles. WALL PAPER OF J?tterns all new and carefully selected. 4 the Citjr Book Stores KTJiEXT PLUMB. LIEBIG HILT EXTRACT. Ml 1 RECOMMENDED BY PHYSICIANS r th kifc- i m sm oi boUk aU-a f tho AU&Btic. aa va lutaiuaiiia Tianht and KataKmute ia c-njar- ml omermi ItobititT. Jkcr vua Tli piairtn. tofaebical lwsUfalh94 iha f Mm a In Wm NURSING MOTHERS, w -.s- tm p-ertr 1 alia, wiu una u a iecioo war inetr iruttc. it Mimutawa lar 4i5Mtioe, saari-esi tbe apfM-tifc-. iarigacatr aavd buiUia f lac amirw myvurm, aua cuitca a -enou mow i aaiia. WEAK AND SICKLY CHILDREN, a moer ft-a taanUmtte aaai wearta-. ta result rf atsnraae. ver-atasdr, ar aTsMM atraia. IU tVria aabfttutial fcrawfU froaa (u am. It reatarea (be srrMeta ta Ua ahtaraaai ooaiaHatai a4 brines aaca tan til ana of jeauav INVALIDS AND CONVALESCENTS -in m it ad- aiiraUy aniatitad svuatadDta Ua-. aona muNrUtg loot streuartk. Wbca la saau:a la wak ana rcfaaea mther u0mrimmcmt tbe Kstraet will attwr an rrarllnai aabalitaw U MitiMr alU ayana Um apfastita mm eafclla las) . DELICATE rcMALES.svtW'W an their a, will aWriva Uatinaj iwtavf froaa Ua aaa. It iav erovas the dicetim. puriOea Use alxml. aUnMnUaMa ta at pe ll u aas leiaiwe ine avarua. WEAK AND DELICATE PERSONS GENERALLY. want require auaM artittcaal reataraiWe baI eeeial!y Laoea hneart aUClihMjd U PottaaaaMMam aritl aud this r-tavm.tta4k tartly sat taxi ta Ufccir meed. It U a stMjeiftc tW tbe Cwajraa aahd Narvmma Attawtnaats hvavtjailj inwandrat ta a low stale of Um AS A FLESH RESTORER H Hasaenes tbe tube valat. Tbe wtvote trtatU-thry of its action is to stttaaialc tbe aieasuoas ar ba-trmittctaa: woaa, aaa its tun t tutartnuj l apse raumwae a THE LIEBIG MALT EXTRACT lii trmtaal fr'laitl Litrmct ot Malt, aurruaataic to I bo taste, aattl frv fruaa alcohol. It ia matlilf retaiiuMl oa tho stomach aaa caatavlns bum kal wbtilfauaas auJ MtMiriettiatc tuarrtxtirats. Tbo ralM ptwparautMt knaata aw ta lahal a Hue t-ucruvt-U naotaessasf atavawa vioi 1.1U10. bjm a ravtMiau.a oa atsjMff aatarw. aa well aa Uial A. VOti.l.kU CO., amiana, Mas., Sato A aval far Ammtm. TUTY'S POLLS DISORDERED LIVER IS THE BANE of the nreaent generation. It la for tne of this disease and its attendants. BICK-EEADACHI. B1L10TJSHESS, DTS- flPSIA, COKSTIPATIOg. PILES, ate., that TUTTS FHX8 have gained a world-wide reputation. No Bsmsdr haa ever been discovered that acta ao gently on the digestive organs, giving them vigor to as similate food. Aa a natural result. Hewroua Byatem ia Braced. the are Developed, and the Body Hobust. Obilla aTVAlLAPlftataracBsTOllSarsa.ssn: I afy plantation in In a malarfal district. For I aeVarml years I could not rnaka bair a crop on AMAnn nf niiiniia aiaaaaaa aad obilla. t waa nearly discouraged whan I b-aa ths nss of I my laborers soon bscams hearty and robust. tine nilonal frame polxmoM ,n m mars. casts sns samii sw LkMliaulMMlaa.VuTOi ii.iinalliMlT I ui-aj fe m M,rit. mnal afi aa aJer. friee. nSC-aaite. SXnes, aa Mnrraj avt M. Y. TUTTS ilAIRDVE. Uur H or enMpn a lt Buck by a slntcle application or this Brs. It i-.r..w . nntiin.licolur.aiid acts instantaneously. t&ld by Druggists, or sent by express " reoeipt of One Dollar. - Omce. 88 Murray street, new Torn. - virrai MfMWJAE, of t'nfatainle'V B ia(naana smms t-'seMj Jtaesje kui as ewatslaat rKSS sat mvBltotitm.J WALT Eli BROWN & CO. Wool Commission Merchants, Consignments Solicited. 11 KVK It K SCKH : Otis D. Swan. Fiiist National Bank. Emi-okia National Bank; Notice to Property Owners. KH WISH AMI 1NSUKK YOLK ltUII.UINGS Axainst lo- r ilamae by lire. Hichming toruailos or u ntil norms, in tue German Insurance Co. OF FKKEPORT, ILLINOIS, one of the mot-t prompt ami n-luible companies tomgbii-i ness. This company paid in Lyon couuty. (luruiK tne year i iwi, eleven tosses. M L. 6AMSON. Agent. Einnoria. Kansas Ofliee with Scott Lynn, over Wells, l ar- go X to.'s express oUico. Wilson, Toms & W&artou, 133 Commercial St., Emporia, Kan., Farm Loans and Ileal Estate. MONEY 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. ltiea in handling real estate. Offices at St- Lo-lls. slo llartfonl. Conn. Canamlala-ua, N. Y.; St. Joseph, alo ; Wich ita, Kansasr Wellington, Kas. Administrator's Notice. Notice is hereby ri ven that the undersigned has been aopointel adminiatratorot the es tate of John ti. Nicholas, by tho probate court of Lyon county, Kansas, anil has (riven bom ami qualified accord in ft to law as such administrator. John Nionots. Administrator of the estate of John O. Nich ols, deceased 3713 Notice to Builders. Sealed bid will be received until noon Saturday. July ti. at the residence ol John llarbysliire live and a bair miles s -uthwest of Neosho Rapids, lor tbe erection of a frame school house, 24x30. plans ami sprcillcations of which will 1ms found at the above place. Hoard reserves the rifchtto reject any or all bids. 8. M. owem. Clerk. John DaaaYsaiKK, S712 Director school district No. 29. Publication Notice. LaD Office jtIopkii, Ksnrai.i JuneH, iw2. Notice is hrreby Jtiren that tho following; named settler tu- died notica at his intention to make Mnal poor in support of his claim, and that ssMl proof will be made belore the Judceof the !ltricr(Jourt of Lyon countv, Kansas, and in his absence before the Clerk thereof, at r.m poria, Kansas, oa Hatnrdsy, me io uav oi rfuiy, jwi, viz, liinkl A (tunkle. on bis homcslcail anulication No. 50aB. for the north-fcalf of tlie north west quar ter affection 81. townthip fl soutb. ransrc 10 east, tie names tne lonowino; witnesses to prove n-s conrinnons rcatuence uiion-ami cm tivatiWn of said land, viz Julia K 'McKinscy aauilonn n . nrwman. oi i.yoa county, n-an-sa, pohtofiice Jaadlson. tircenwood county, Oaiiuas. 4-4 risu cu, awiruier. QT. TiF3 Boot and Shoo Maker. All kinds of font Wear made to order la the beat style. Repairina; promptly attended to. Shop on west side of Commercial tit., a lew ooors souia oi aiu avenue. EMPORIA. KAW8A8. Mercliant Tailoring I have opened a TAILOR SHOP over Hcaninr's restaurant, on Commercial street, inree uoors nortn ti aiatn avenue. where f will make sprina- suit from 118.00 to ixs.uu, or paaas iron H ou to so.ua. C. C. KASSLER. aRepairinx and Cutting a Specialty, Balls & Bats. EVERY GRADE ! inilrji HOTEL COOLiDGE, wiiBsssss I The l-eadiac Hotel l Ik- H. Kem Ke fnlte wlih Baths. Large Kamale 1 n-iH. Fir 1 Ploi r. Barn r Khan, miliar Kenm. ar. Emporia Kansas. K. K. Cltll.KY A CO.. Proprietor. Tho Kin- of the llo.lv la the brain; the. stoicarh it main support; the nerve its messengers; the bowels, the kitinev anl the pores iu saleguartis. Indigestion creates a violent revolt amonar theoe attaches of the real oritan. and to lirinr them hark to their duty there Is nothina- lite the rcitulalin. PU myitis, lnvigorauua-. coonna; olecranon 01 Tarrant's Stiller Aiicrieiil. It renovate the stein ami restores to health hoth the IxMy ami tbemino. rfcml hy all trtitft;il. Ill) 11W EVAIOICATOKS. JJ ilUll lllusir luHiratoil t Klnlojtiie Kree. AM ft. M'r'tl c., W"aynelKn, P. Neaaiiaper AavrrtMni; Bureau. 10 Spruce ntrert. i 1. Personal! To Men Only' Tbe Voltaic Belt o . Marr.hf.ll, Mich., will end IIR. DYE'S i'KLKI.K ATKD KLErTKo- OLTAlC II ELI'S AND KLrXTKH AF1 I AM'kSon trial for thirty !- to nwii ivoiihe or olil) who are ftlUicUrtl with nervoii tlebil- ity, ioeC.-viii.iaty nmt inirei t oume. iruar muteciuff pocaty Mod oomtUto re-torrtlion ot peaiin auu rigor AUtirt s & atwu w. . No rik it incurred, a thirty t 1m a trial U al i losrot. Rooms 23 & 24. Exchanee Building Andy J. Snider & Co., ANDY J. SNIDER, ) u Salesmen W. R. CLEMENTS. "S oalesmen U. U. KtUK, latllc Salesman, F. 0. ITSH. Office. CONSIGNMENTS fSOLICITED. market reports furnished free I Kkfkkkncks: Kansas Ci'v Banks and business men. TO CONSUMERS OF REFINED SUGAR In concmM'nee tr the wite-siral Itcliefi; the HOST ON NIH. AK KKMNKKY (teri.letl to protect ilic reputation it ha uriiiirvil tltir- iiitf liity years ol luaineH Uy irovilin its customer!, ami the imlili'. with I'NQl ES- TIONKO flruaratiteu ol the I'l HiT. of tu nrotluet. At a lariro Xieiie it has nrrariK- ct that tha oibV.tHt cheuit of the fctnlo ol Massachusetts Khali tet the contents of ra.h oai'kntre hearinir it brand ami hia lamictt certificate that it is free rum r atlultrrtition will ue lounu on each b-irrt-i; aii'i luriuer. to prevent tamiterini? wiih ius t-nif ntn. a aer label with the wrU "itwintntt A kf Am- lir' will l e pateil acros ea-h beau Hy atotinie these mean the Hototi Sug-trftte- lluery 10 fcal i?DC(. that the Mifrar or their tnan it Tartu re will reach the coiimhik'I in it& orijt mat iiuritv. Hosfoo, January, !Ss2. S. H. MAYS & SON, House & Sign Painters PaperHangiim anfl Kalsaminiiig. ORAIN IN i A SPECIALTY Shop on C'ommerrful street. Ftiitlinetcor ner ol Sib avenue. Koioria. Kansas. LOAN . -1 waim j 1 i rV j mm stoco EMPORIA LOAN AND TRUST CO., Loans on mortprarcs ol real estate and other securities. i -a.uwua DlBKCToaa II. C. Cross, PresHent; L. Screry, Vice rresilcnt; Van R. Ilolmra. y Treasurer; Otis U. Swan, Sucre tary; Wm. Martimlalti. Emporia, - - - - - Kansas EDWARD E. HOLMES, ItgSM have $10.0tX that I am desirous or loaning within the neat 30 days, and will make low rales on it. Bancroft Block, - - - P. J. HEILMAN. fSa" Manufacturer of and dealer in The best Bridles, Whips, Fly Nets and Lap Robes. Uncle Sam's Harness Oil always on hand. Repairing done neatly and cheaply. All work warranted. Commercial St., Bktwekn Sixth and Skvkntii, - - Emporia UNDERTAKING. Emporia Undertaking House. I have just oppncfl an exclusive Undertaking Establishment in the wrat room of llolik-rinan IlUx k, I will carry a full line of Mefiillic Cases, Collins, Caskps, I))es, Ec. Telegraphic and all other ordeta will receive prompt attention, day or nipht. 1 ' ' - ' ' ! : " With a rnmiilcfc alix ji and coac atk'n.ion to buitiuesa I mpc to re ceive a fair share of your patronage. Trires al ways as low as the lowest C. A. WQTjP. Neit door to Holmt & Holtai. od Sixlli IfeDp ri Residence pofnef of Fifth avDge and Markt arrcpt. CROCERIES. FREDERICK, sJOHNSQN 3t PAYNE, - iBnyrrodueejm. eeluve Ofocery, Groceries, gueenswape, Glassware, aad all kads of provisions eaastantlv on band. Call and S0 us. lligueat niarlet pripo paid for rodupet OwiTaTpNpw8 Block, -r MjojiA, lta. ACNES CITY GROCERY Will be pleased ta have my eld and new rieada give me a call. Staple and Fancy Groceries, and Boots and &hocp, J5-l. Prt'ountry proluc wanted. C'oMEiiriAf. evrnKET wear Fouktu, Grange Store, CHARLES PAINE, Agent, Groceries, Provisions, Queensware & Produce . First door north of Dr. Moore's Drug Store. Bottom Prices to Cash Customers. ; Mil To Close Out Mrs, D. Real Estate. E. UOKTON, Real Estate Agent, Emporia, - - Kansas. Pays titsu., relceuis lamia soll lor taxes. will nmilT pariim kohhiiii t 1I110 ia time to save -iiaiy. S-Sn. New York cM-hanee or f. O. r.-r. Tax ree-eipi sent iy return mail on ipt of mono. Kmlosc s amp. lesrritlcn of land ami postuflice athlre-. Real Estate! Bought land Sold on Commission. Cult on or btllrt-s K. HORTON. Km juris, I. yon county. Kansas. Croceries. IRELAND BROS. PK ALE US IN ' Staple and Fancy Groceries Wliieli will be sold low lor casli or exclmugetl for produce. Soiithwc-t oorner Commercial street. EM I'Olt I A, of Fourth avenue anil KANSAS. THOMAS & JONES. DKAI.KRS IN -. Staple and Fancy &R0GEEIES, FLOUR, OltAIN, COUNTRY PRODUCE OUR M OTTO t BEST GOODS AT BOTTOM PUICES AND WARRANTED TO PLEASE. EMPORIA. KANSAS. L. C. WOOD, SIXTH AVKXUK. Staple and Fancy Groceries, . Glassware, Qneensware, &c. Hiphci-t market price paiil for clmi-e Imtter INSURE WITH Holmes & Holden ACAINST Fire and Tornadoes. E3 n tf5 WIND MILL TCa manufacture tba oM r-liabla T (I V K It suir-nvnlatlufr. aolKt bnl U IM illin URUin. avfslun-ruvrd JUKEKI tJltlNllFlt. wiucn in ojieraiba uv ptummiir vtuia Mills. Aim joouera in ir n. i-onw. aim Lira F1I3IFM. PIPK. lT'HHKIt 1UK. He. Aarauwaatrd rven nivm lrun LList Bii.l jtl ltaliiiriie rriClvr:. t'stalmnif Fill Atltlmtw iONAXUt-N a WlKUiK. KauaaaUlU'. ata DAVIS SWING CHURN Ilian ivn CheapejitI "Sn iiuMdo flxturm. alwy rlWit iit4o u p. t -rt to uud. 11 1 tie i 7jl' 1 1 e. T Ii r tdZA-M NosaKit t Hmtfr Prlnlr. fcvery huni ami liiiitur warranttMl. Ono 4'hurn mS w hdbaLo whoru w have nc ammta. Heml I'ontaJfi.rcir culani. AtrvntM wanted. VERMONT FaRI lACKiNE CQH ltellow-airaUa,Vt. AGENCIES. I T n!)T1 A nanf a Loan Agent. Emporia, Kansas Harness, Saddles, Cottars. assortment of Edwards & Ferren, Proprs t - mfoiua, Kawsa ! 10 f II STOVER 6 Sunmer Stock. Kidder: f