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JSkQ Emporia News.
THURSDAY. MAY 24. 1883. PtBSOXAL MESTION. THE TOCBTU OF JULY BLOWOUT. TKltlilBLE TORNADO. AROUND TOWN. . The new how carriage will be bere by tbe Fourth of July. Ton Atchetoo drivea the bou span of roftdttera in Lyon eoanty. Now let as all pull together for a rooting time oa the Fourth. Paga, the photographer, got a good "acald" on the Babcock engine. Lert Dumbauhl expects to tall aome fine ahow cattle at the fair ground on thw81rt. , Ther will be fun for the millions in Emporia on the Fourth and don't you fall to remember it. A. O. Miller, son of the late Joe. H Miller, has been appointed adminis trator of his lather's estate. J. H. McLean, of Ilottonsburg, has beared his bucks and they averaged twenty pounds to the fleece. ' T. L. Ryan haa Just completed a very handsome nhaeton for Mrs. L. C. Hood. It Is a superior piece of work. Janitor Weeks says there was not a day during the school year Just closed that he did not bare to build fires. The pupils of the city schools receired the reports of their examinations Friday afternoon, and will now enjoy a vacation till the fall term. Ex-Marshal Birdsall is devoting the most of hie time these days to the im provement of a handsome piece of prop erty a mile and a half east of the city. The late J. Ilenry Weiderman, ol Ea gle creek, whose will haa bees' admitted te probate, made special provisions In bis last testament for masses for the re pose of his souL Leon D. Mather, a former Norroalite and a brother of Mrs. Coke Watson ot this city, was married at Gunnison, Col orado, oa Sunday, May 13, to Miss Mat tie E. HaiL CB.Bachellor has received back pen loos for Jaa. IL Dolle in the sunt of $300. We congratulate J immle on his good fortune, as we believe no one de serve it more. The "AntlQuea." which will be attractive feature of the Fourth of July blow-out, will be under the management of OoL Whlttley and you can bet they will be worth seeing. . Madam Fry's Lady Quartette club will give an entertainment at Whitley's opera bouse on Wednesday evening, May 23rd. There ia not a better com pany ot vocalists on the road. . We are Informed by C. B. Beadle, the chief engineer, that the only damage done by high water on the K. C. dt E. railroad la the washing out of three bents of the bridge across the Neosho. The old and popular firm of cootrac tort of Pro the ro As Thomas have dissolv ed, partnership by mutual consent The business will be carried on at the present stand by Mr. Prothero, and Mr. Thomas will settle up the affairs of the old part nership. We aie not advised as to , the future plans ol Mr. Thomas, but we are much pleased to learn that be has no idea of leaving Emporia. The new depot Is rapidly assuming tangible shape. The foundation is done, and part ot the Joists are in place. Part of the water-table is also laid and .the material for the balance la right on hand, and as soon aa it dries off work will be pushed again with all possible visor. The : foundation ia a very fine and substantial piece of work, for which Mr. Lewis and the excellent corps of workmen he baa had employed on it are deserving of the credit From this . work mar be gathered some idea of what the structure in general is to be. There is no doubt bat that it will be a credit to the Santa Fe company, to the thrift and enterprise of our charming little city and to the architect I School Board MmUd Emporia, May 18, The board of education, met in spec. ial session In the office of the superin tendent to consider the matter of erect ing a building on the present site oi the Second avenue school building. Presl dent Kellogg in the chair. Present Messrs Martin, Morse, Holmes, Paxtoo, Jones, Kellogg and Rlggs. The special committee appointed at the last special meeting, consisting of Msssrs. Morse, Pax ton and Riggs made report ef their investigations as to the . best Dlan and material for the Second avenue building. Mr. Jones moved that the building n Second avenue be made of frame. Mr. Rlggs offered an amendment to have the building on the venler plan, provided Its strength and security would be sanctioned by a competent architect Carried. Mr. Cordley moved that the plan for a building be referred to the firm of Has kell & Wood, of Lawrence, Kansas, and that Dr. Cerdley write to them on the matter. Carried. On motion, the committee on build- ings and grounds were Instructed to make all needed repairs on the nigh school building roof. On motion of Mr. Rlgjrs, the commu nication of Prof. A. J. Cole, requesting the continued use of the same school room for another course of lessons in . writing was received and ordered laid on the table. Carried. On motion of Mr. Paxten, Miss Mary J. Dudley was reemployed for tne en suing year. Carried. It was moved that when the board ad journ it do to to meet at the aame time and place on next Wednesday evening. Carried. Adiourned. P. J. Car iciiabx. Master Mechanic Taylor, of the SsdU Fe, has gone to Cincinnati. E. M. Smith is employed on the lunik at O. B. Peters' hardware store. Harry, Hibhea bas raoyed intn the house at No. 157 Neosho street Mrs. R. A. Sedgwick, formerly of this city, is stopping at the Park Place. Miss Hattie Sims, of Urban. Illinois, is the guest of Mrs. Marl Qilcbriet. B. F. Biler,U temporarily employed in the office of the register of deeds. Carl Eekdall, an old Nkws composi tor, is home from New Mexico on a visit Miss Kurtz, of Lebanon county, Penn sylvania, is the guest of the family or S. Melllnger. Robert Robert, who was kicked by a steer some weeks ago, was in town Saturday. v Mose Coppock Is etjoying a visit from bis brother, Iter. Jacob Coppock, of Miami county, Ohio. t Miss Howard, of the city schools, haa accepted a position as copyist in the office of T. N. Sedgwick. QMrs. S. Wilson and two daughters, oi 8t Louis, are the very welcome guests ol Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Smiley. A. O. Wharton and wife started Friday for St Louis, where Mrs. W. will re main a portion of the summer. Wu. Jay, whoent to Geuda Springs some weeks since for the benefit or Lis health is gaining quite rapidly. Mayor Warren received an invitation Saturday to be present at the testing of the water works at Wichita on the 34ih Msj tr Hood returned home Thursday from a sojourn of some weeks in Texas, and looks as brown and hearty as a ranger. Mr. and Mrs. EJward Mellville, of Greenleaf, Kansas, are visiting the fami ly of V. F. Slater. Mr. Mellville is Mrs. Slater's brother. Mrs. D. S. Kelley and daughter, of Kansas City, sister and niece of J. D. Holden, arrived on the canaonball from the east Thursday. Chet C. Chase, a very affable young man from Fairfield, Iowa, has accepted a position as salesman in the dry goods store of Baird Bros. Our young friend Trail Whittlesey, who is now a full-fledged veterinary sur geon, being a gradnate of the beat veter inary college in the country, arrived in Emporia Thursday. Robert Trimble, of Columbus, Ohio, is visiting his son, O. T. Trimble, in this bity. He is one of the solid men of the Buckeye capital, and Is very favora bly impressed with Kansas. Mrs. W. S. Stout, of Winnipeg, Mani toba, and Miss Nellie Burr, of Bloom lngton, HI., neices of Mrs. W. A. Lewis and A. L. Foote, of this city, arrived here on a visit last week. Warren Stone, who hs been employ ed for the past year as a teacher in the city schools, has accepted a position as salesman in the dry goods store of Bdird Bros. We congratulate his employers upon baying secured the services of such a good man. J. H. Carey, representing Shaw & Al bright, of Louisville, Ky., shoe dealers, was in the city In the iutcrest of his firm, and last evening made Tub Nkws every agreeable call. II is .a very pleasant gentleman and one of the best salesmen the above firm has on the road. One of the charming boquoti pre sented to Miss Fannie Randolph at the graduating exercises Thursday evening was accompanied by a handsome gold ring, tno gin or tier aunt, airs, jonn Watson. It was intended as a reminder of this, one of the mot important events of her life, and as a token of the good ill and wishes of the giver connection with the same. A glance at the little circlet in the ycurs to come will doubtless cause a flood of happy memories to rush into the mind of the lair and worthy recipient, and make it a memento of far greater value than it is possible now to conceive of. E. Campbell, just returned from Geu- da Springs, speaks in very flattering terms of that obscure litile health -resort. The healing powers of those waters he regards as almost without comparison, and relates some wonderful and speedy cures. tletbinKstnemanwnoowDBiiie springs possesses the germs of a vast for tune Some eastern parties, a short time ago, realizing this fact offered him $20, 000 for a half interest in the same, but he treated the proposition with an in difference almost bordering on contempt. There is a fine lake also near there from hlch an excellent quality of fish in endless quanity are taken. Salt is also being manufactured from the waters thereabout which seem to be heavily charted with this briny substance. Who Proceedings at the ClUxens Meeting I ja.t Kvenlng. Pursuant to ei'l a nuioltcr of tue citi zens ofirlporia asniblel at tl-e court bouse list evening to talk up the pro ject Of a big dein lUfctroiii-D in Ibis City on the Fouit'l ( July. "The gatSteriug wascallttl to order by Col- Whitley, who stated its object, and on motion M. Stone, city tditor ofthe Republican, was made secrctsry of the meeting. Col. Whitl-y made quite an earnest appeal in behalf of Die fccbcuic, and was followed by Judge Do Camp, who de livered quite an eloquent address on the traditions of the natal day of American Indepe-ndeoce and the salutary influ ences of its proper' observance. After the speeches, which were well received, the business of tue meeting was pro ceeded with, and the following commit tees were appointed ' Committee of Atranpemens Mayor Warren, Uoi. WnlUey, Win. fclng. Col Taj lor, Geo. Thompson, Agnt-s City; L. A, Wood, Americus: T-ui Dixon, Ply mouth : W. L. Stokes, Center township; Wm. Martiodale. Madison; Wm. Severy, Keadicg; me Taylor, Hertford; All Roberts. Neosho Untids; Robert Pol lock, Waterloo; Wni. ftlcCreary, Fre mont This committee was empowered to appoint such additional committee-sand transact such other business not pro vided for by tbla meeting as they deemed proper, snd as would teid to make the celebration a thorough succ: in all de tails. ' Committee ou Transportation L. Sev ery, 11. C. Croes and It. E. Tornnaton. Finance CoL Whitley, Harry Nor ton and W. F. Ewinir. Decoration D. h. Bill. Geo. Kremer, H. Dale, L. S. Page, Fred Udus&ler and G.W.Meigs. ' Cotntnitteu on Speakers Judge De Camp, C. V. Eskridge. Jacob StoUer, J, M. McCown and Col. Feiehaa. Music Thad. Davidson, chairman. Prof. Kenzie, Joe Murpbv. Charles Fletchet and E. W. Cunnioutiam. Fireworks Wm. Ireland, Dan Ham mond and (Juas. bcnniJer. Chief Marshal of the Day Col. J. M Steele, with power to appoint ail neces- sarp aid. A motion was made and prevailed that the press of the county be requested, to give publictity to these proceedings and aid as far as possible the undertaking, by keeping the people postal as to the progress of the enterprise. All military and civic organizations in the county having uniforms will be invited to participate in the parade and the committee on arrangements was an thorized to secure, if possible, a chorus of 200 children's voices to be led by Prof. Kenzie. There will be a magnificent display ot ire-works, a mechanical parade will be a feature of the procession, the "an tiques" aud "horribles" under charge of Col. Whitley will add interest to the pa- eant. and the prospect is that we shall have the biggest blowout that haa ever been known in KansMs. every one lend hia co-operation to this end. Mrs. Knndson. arm broken: the famii vi ii ui. uwuru, uruueu ua cnir Wm. Deersnimin?. head cut : John Lukes. rvr- iously cat ; Mr. Lichfield, wire and boy badly hurt: A. Kranski and Mrs. How. land, blown out of a bnggy and badly hurt; Wm Hnrarln hnthUnhnitn .) St Loti. May It A social to the I J no gtriple, thbzb broken: Mr. Miller!! rosL-Umirotcb from Platinum, lit., nays: At 10 o'ekick loot itight a tornado pawm) LEWI 3 BROS". Great PntrwUm of Life ud Property la WlMioasIn and Illinois. MtMnarl and MmnawU aa Frltfiy . jmfterBcaa. fiusineas Chance. Mr. O. F. Sawyer has sold his exten sive dry goods interest 1 at No. 148 Com merciul street to Russell Myrick, lately from Helena, Arkansas. Mr. Myrick is a euutluui:.u of lur e experience in the trade, having been in tUedry goods busi ness for twnty years. lie will carry a stock twice the size of that of the late proprietor, retains all the old clerks, and brings wit'i him two sal-'sinen, Messrs Baulch and Foet-.v We welcome Mr. Myrick to Emporia, and trust he will flod his new heme pleasant aud profits ble In thus locating hiaise'f, Mr. My rick has secured a valuable sland. Mr. Sawyer, during a residence of over two years, by indomitable energy and excel lent business quaUScalion) has built up a large ana enviable putronage, but fail ing health warns him to seek epploy merit of a less confining nature. On Tuesday last he left for New Mexl co, where he will speud a month recrea ting and recuperating, and will then ac cept a position as traveling salesman for the wholesale dry goods house of Rice, Stix & Co., St. Louis While the many friends of Mr. Sawyer regret that he has severed his business relations with Em poria, they earue&tly trust he will regain that pncektiS boon, good health, and to that end for the future prosperity and happiness ot himself and family extend their very best wishes. " Peraouul Property la Aiusrlcua Town- hli, L. C. Brown, rs nssessor of Americus township, returns the following abstract of persouai property to the county clerk The ussessmcnt last year aggregated $118,739, making a gain for this year of 4S0 57D: - . T..1. . , 31 00 11 00 13 03 1 39 .2,200 6.0RS S 81 about three tnihs eaet of . here, totally demolishing Li yiugb tin's fine farm resi dence and dangerously injuring Mr. Liv ingston. Other buildings in (be vicinity were destro ed and orchards injured. A Construction crew, comprising about twenty live of the Spriogtield Southwest ern railroad men, were camping near Mrs Olives' house, some sleeping in a large barn. All were seriously injured. Mr. Ubrtweii contractor, ana Aims iser rie were instantly killed. A little girl. aged eifehi years, can't recover.. Tele grams lor aid have oeen sent out . AT CLIHTOH. ' Clinton, May ltt A terrible cyclone pasted over this vicinity last night, do- inir immense damage to pro pei ty ana killing several. The wind took a south easterly course and followed up Salt Creek, tit ibis county, on wnica line many bouses . were utterly de- tt roved. About six miles south of Uliuton tne wind tore down a bouse. killinz Peter (Jliiton, bis wire and their eiffhi- ear old daughter, and fatally in- jured-another child. A family named ttenmsou were injured seriously and many other families whose names could not be secun-U. The damage is very ereat A foft'-Liispatcu special irom jersey- ville. Ills., says that me storm yesterday afternoon at tiroiton demolished several buildings, killing Michael Learned and fatally ioluiioK bis two children. fost-Dispatch special trom bnipman. Ills., says, u cyclone passed through this section doing great damage. A number of .persons are reported seriously injur ed 'and one dead. The storm came from the southwest passing half a mile west of this place and a mile east of Park view, covering aooui a quarter oi mile in width. The citizens are re sponding for the relief of the sufferers. A Special to the Post-Dispatch, from Alton, 111., says: the storm last night was heavy, out did no zreat aemage bere, but at Grafton, a few miles north, ereat damage was done All the der rick! of the Grafton Stone Quarry Co. were destroyed, together with five en gines and several honses. The loss Is very heavy. - Three houses in Shinn Hallow, near Grafton, were totally wrecked. They . belonged to Denny Shay. John McVeigh ana Mike U&rner. Mrs. Uarner was killed ana ner husband is supposed to have been thrown into the ravine and killed Mike Garner bad his hip dialoc&tsd and a daughter of Denny Shay had a leg broken. The storm was also severe at Edwardsville. Mrs. Will Maxey, of Alton, while going from her father's, near Edwardsville, to a neighbor's, was killed by being blown against a tree. The root" of the court - house was blown off, The storm that passed over Grafton, Shipman and other places in Illin lis last night seems to nave cosie directly rrem the west. The first beard of it was at Jonesburg where it crossed the Wabash railroad, leveling several bouses to the ground and killing one lady in the cotin try. The wires are broken and no de tails ore yet received. AT SPRINOFISIJX Sphi.sofikli), Ills., May 19. The damage djne by the cyclone which visi ted this section last night is more appalling than at first supposed. It struck the ground on Elijah He's farm, south ol the Junc tion aud laid wast j three dwellings and as many barns and outhouses. Mrs. He's house large two-it ry brick was entirely denioltahed. It was occupied by Mr. Booker, who was considerably in iured: an iufaut boy was nearly kiU'-d. Across the road irom tsooicer's place was ScUilaon Wiiford'a home which was swept away by the cyclone, but there was no damage t ) life. A quar ter of a mile further to (he northeast, the house of Mrs. English was torn to pieces, and everything about the place was en tirely destroyed. Mrs. i,Bgltsa was crushed and mangled by the fall ing timbers but hopes or her recovery are entertained. After demolishing Mrs English's borne the hurricane struck tour miles east of the city, where a little settlement on Round Prairie is situated, and played havoc with the lives of the larmers ia that viciuity. The first farm in the track of the storm was that of Wm. Controll,- occupied bv himself, wife and hired man. Tbev took refuge in the cellar and weathered the storm in safety, while the house was torn away. Buildings, fences and stock were destroyed and killed The homes of William Northrand, Mr Mcveigh, Henry Huglett, Samuel Ash- ton, Jas Trotter, Oeo. Kay, H. Turley, Henry Pairbree and Samuel gruff were torn down and great damage was dorle to other property. AT JACKSONVILLE. Jacksonville, III., May 19. Morgan county experienced, last evening, the most disastrous wind storm ever known in this city. There was considerable wind and rain, but no destruction of life or property. arm twt&ted off: John Reigletnan and five children, all seriously injured : Rod ney weiiing ana lamlly, all seriously ujunru. Spring and Summer Suits! INSURANCE. ' la SlaaMOU. - Dclcth, May 19. A severe-wind storm visited this city and the surround mg country between 1 and 2 o'olock yesterday afternoon, lasting but a few minutes-. The wind came from the southeast. The new blacksmith shop off w.uaio was wrecxea: one aweilins- house was also carried away, end a large number ot other houses. Lumber puee were nattered far several aouares eruuna, aaa winuows were oroken. and considerable damage was done to - the mlils. It is impossible to estimate the carnages. ueory MUier, riding in a buggy, was blown some distance by the wmu ana iniurea. out it 1 thought not fatally. la Mlasoart Kansas City, May 19. A brief dia patch from Moberly, Mo., says: A tor nado visited, Jonesburg, a smalt town ! about forty miles southeast of here at 10 o'clock last night blowing down several houses and destroying property in the country ad joining. One was killed by the falling ot a farm honae. I OVER TAB CEKST THE BMH)MA CLOTHING HOUSE or- LEWIS BROTHERS. Announce that lhey have the Largest Stork, the Keat or Styles of INSURE WITH, HOLMES & HOLDEN, ACAIH&T Fire and Tornadoes. INSURANCE AND LOAN ACE N CY. SAMSON & MILLER, toture your property against loss or damage tj 1 lre,,L,i molns. Tornadoes, Cyclones and Wind S'orms, ia tbe German Insurance Co., j ' OF FRBEPORT. ILL. I One af the most reliable and prompt ia ad- iroiiai; hmoi oi any com pan v uoinc unsiset. bald company Daid eleven losrea in l.von county last year, all ol to em within ten davi alter iney occurred. - lADMlDO and others dteirin tobor- I nil III 1-1 IO row moner will Snd it to ineir interest to rive us a call, aa we are a.ua.nanu ;jit)nT on pood security, at I tbe T-ry lowest rates ol interest. BegHiv us a call. Oak, southeast ror- nervt Filth avenue and Commercial FtreeU wnu rcoii s Linn, over wells. Jargo & C-o'a vmbv. Awiwn avanaaa. J. F. CULVER'S imported and H aney OOdS Law, imt lm & Insurance Olcs, LOAN AGENCIES. EJVIPOniA LOAN AMD TRUST CO., jtyloan on F!ortrin:sl ros.1 estate snd J ' Dimerous H. tCroea, President; L. Sevr, Vice President; Van li. i irnim TeusHrer, lt3 V . Mwan, Kscret5 j ; as ilaranrtale , Emporia, ' . - :-.-.- ; - " 1 Uansa- Loan Agents HAIR, PLASTER, LIME AND CEMENT: -TH Cmc ago Lumber Co. .GENERAL DEALERS Iw. Lumber, Shingles, Moiddings, SASH, DOORS AND Cor. Constitution St. and A. T. & S. P. R. R.. - BLINDS. - EMPORIA, KAN Dol'a 85,055 Itnrses six months old a jd over 1.158 Kent cattle, six inonuis old and over 8,101 13.132 Mules mm asses,six mo llis el l and over 04 Snce, six months old anil over 1 lloas. sis months old and .S 1,919 k nowi but that Genua will become a second Haratoga. Bittar Complaint la frequently mads by tboa who rue baking powder that they leave tn bread, biscuit, or cake raised by them a disagreeable, bitter taste. This taste follows the use of all impure baking powders, and la caused either by their containing alum (introduced to make a cheap article), by the Impure and adul ters tad character of other ingredients nsad. or from the Ignorance ol their man ufacturars of the proper methods of com' feinlnc them. These baking powders leave la the bread a residuum formed of lime, earth, alum, or other deleterious matters, not always, though frequently, tat table in the food, and by all physicians clsssed as injurious to health. Tbe Royal Baking Powder Is free from this serious defect In its use no residuum is left, and the loaf raised by it is always sweet, light and wholesome, and noticeably free Irom tbe peculiar taste complained of. Tbe rea son of this Is because it is composed of nothing but absolutely pure materials, scientifically combined in exactly the proper proport ona of acids and alkali to act upon and destroy each other, while producing the largest amount of raising power. We are Justified in this assertion Irom tue unquntnea state ments made by the govern nient chem ists, who alter thorough and t-xhaustive testa recommended the "Royal" for aToveromental use because of its super iorlty over all others in purity, strength end wholesomeness. There is no dan cer ot bitter bread or biscuit where it alone is used. JL Plaaaaat Compliment Friday afternoon Miss Lizzie Coult, one of tho teachers in tbe intermediate grade of the city schools, was the recipi ent of a pleasant surprise from a num ber of her pupils, who presented ber a handsome little silver mounted 'and hand painted boquet holder. Tbe pre sentation was neatly effected by Miss Emily Moffat. The tavored teacher ex pressed by her words and actions her complete surprise and grateful and hearty appreciation. It gives Tub Nkws much pleasure to note the bestow al ot this little token of esteem, for many times have we heard of the 'good qualities of this woithy Instructor. Miss Coult has quietly and faithfully conducted ber department in the Emporia schools for two years past. has preserved the best of order and in her management has been Arm, pleasant, painstaking and efficient, gaining the good will ol all and giving excellent sat isfaction to pupils, patrons and the school officers. Her recent re-election for the coming year attests, in a meas ure, her well deserved popularity. over. Farming Implement.... Waironi , Uuld Watches Piano lories.... Moneys Credits actn'l value Avcruge aniontu or meruhunt's.tock lor preceding year . . Average amount of ceruhant's moneys mid credds for arc oedlnir year A p? re it ate value ol all other personal property Total amount. . Constitutional er emidions Total taxab'e prop- erty 6.0RS 6 SOS 6.K18 611 1,40 U.10S 8,050 10,331 $119 768 C. Brown, Asbcsor. Pleasant Words From Oen. Woodford The following pleasant letter is in acknowledgement of the .receipt of one of Harry Norton's Real Estate Bul letins: New Yobk, May 14, 1883. Harry Norton, Dear Sir: AU'w me t acknowledge receipt of your tntvrefctiug paper giving dttiils ol tbe growth and development of your beautiful city. Thanks tor remembering rue. 1 shall not soon forget my delightful visit to Kansas and heartily wiah your state ana yourueii all prosperity, om- certly. Stkwabt L. Woodford. TUE SITUATION AT BODGE. Mr. Kobinaon's Appointment. The following circular states just what Chief Engineer Robinson's pro motion is : Atchisox .Torsaa A ANTa Fx R. R. Co.') Uimsit a i is urnrs. Tors, MAT 1), loMJ j Mr. A. A. Robinson has been appoint ed assistant general superintendent, to take.effact June 1st. lie will have en tire charge of the operations aud main- tenance ot this railroad and leased lines, also of the Manhattan, Alma & Burlingame and Leavenworth, Tnpeka Southwestern railways ana the riew Mexico & Arizona railroad, with head quarters at Topeka, Kansas. Heads of deoartments aud division superinten dents will repot t to and be governed by bis orders from date named Mr. Robinson still retains the title and will continue to prrtorm tbe duties of chief engineer u. u. vvhf.ki.br. Ovoeril Manager. CardafThasks. Mr. John L. Wells desires us to ex press hit heartfelt thanka to his friends aad neighbors, who were so kind to himself and family durln their late be- reavement The reemployment by the Normal re gents of the old faculty will meet with very general endorsement is this com munity and will. Id our Judgment, tend " to subserve the best interests of that in. stitution. The school year just n earing Its close has been a roost prosperous one ' for the Normal, and it was fitting that the corps of Instructors who have ac complished such excellent results for the cause of education In Kansas, should tie continued in the positions for which they are so well fitted. - ' lira. Wilson, an aged lady of Neosho : Rapids, died at that place Friday. Bke had been a resident of tbe town for .. 24 year '.- ' " sjiea in a Well. Thomas Spcllman, a former ciiixen ot this county, met his death Thursday while working in a well on the new townsite on section No. IS on the K. C. & E railroad. lie had blasted aome rock which ho had - encoun tered in digging, aod upon descending the well alter the discharge, . was over come by the gas. fie called for help and was drawn neatly to the top of the pit when he fell btck, and when taken out life was extinct. Daeor ition Day. All old soldiers and Sailors, the ladies, the schools, all organized societies, and the citizens in general, are cordially in vited tot ke part with Emporia Post No 05 O. A. R. in decorating the graves ot our fallen heroes on the SOih inst- By order of committee on invitation I? O I O C. P. 3RCKKR. B. Wharton, Kkkucr. A two-year -old thoroughbred ram be longing toI P. Sncdlkt-r Ss Bro of Esgle creek, whiub took the first pre mium at tbe l ist state fair over 13 com. pelitors, sheared this spring 27 pounds of wool. . . , is Do Do Dri e, City, Kas., May 16. The city is quiet, but fermenting. The- sheriff, George T. ilinkel, by order of the gov. ernor, met the 11 o'clock train with flf ty armed men t protect Luke Short and companion, which was understood to be the famous Bat Masterson, form erly sheriff of ihis county, but now out lawed cy the city officers. There is no doubt but that Air. (short will return lie and his paitnur, ait. uarris, nave a large caule interest, also a large saloon which enipljys twen'.y-eight men, and flains ia vice president of the Dodge City bink. Reports furnished the Capital are to the tffoct that there is a strong fteliog that Short should not be permitted to return. The marshal of the city, Jack Bridges, famous as a fighter and a fair man, says he is as much the marshal tor one party a-s the other. The indications show the city authorities to be weakening and thai the law will prevail. The governor t:l-gC'ths thM. the la-v iuumI b- eni'.rc ed una Hie rights id Me and property protected. A company at Sterling are awaiting orders, whiie the other side talk of la&king a light. A committee composed of Hon. O VV. llooyer, repre sentative, Hon. R. M. Wright, Air. Bee son arid Dr. Gxliand left to interview Governor Giick .yesterday morning. Nothing his txren heard since then. The sheriff is on guard at the trains. with a posse. Kass City. MivH-Luke Short, the Dodge Ci'y t xile, 1. frlorToH-kathis morning, eccomriauloti by Bat Master, son, expet-.ling to meet other ot bis friends and confer with them thire. While not inclined to talk much, he seems inclined tnp-rott-t in his intention of returning to Dodge, nlitiouiih urged by bis friends t deter it f r a time Ii bndeterniics to go from Topk. lie will not b-j liktly to leave there baton-to-morrow. Topeka. May 16. Several pani-v from Dodge Uuy are here, who gy that Short will be allowed to return In a few days. Hs is here -and will remain three-or four days and then return but just under what circumstances be dnrs oot-know. Ue says he doesn't wish to be received by a party of depu'y sher iffs, because bv knows m tny of t'ti-m to be bis enemies. Bat Masterson is here with him, but whether he will accom pany Short when he rttnrna is not de cided. It Is believed there will be do trouble. . : A Terrible Cyclona In IViseonalu. Milwaukee, May 19. A terrible cy- cloue passed over the southern part of Wisconsin yesterday afternoon, wreck ifjg buildings and breaking down tele graph and telephone wires at Racine, Janesvuie ami vvatertown. fassengers on a tew trams that came through to. ni!!ht bring information ot great dis aster, but no particulars W. J. John- st on, who arrive J on the north western train, which left Chicago at 5 p. m. says be siw a cioud from-tne southwest meet another from tbe northeast and swcp along at a tremendous speed between the tracks of the Northwestern and St. Paul railways In sigh tot the train About fifteen bouses were demolished and trees and telegraph poles fell across the tracks, making it necessary to stop tbe train, and in one case a tree had to be cut to clear the way. A water spout was formed on the lake ana bunted on the shore, deluging the fields. Roofs were can led many rods distant and the scene was one of general wreck as the tiain moved on toward Milwaukee. The Northwestern depot at Racine was de molished Investigation this morning only serves to swell the list of casualties and makes more sweeping the destruction oc casioned by the cyclone last night. It Is now estimated that fully 35 were killed and 100 injured. Fifteen houses were demolished, and had the cyclone struck the business center tbe damage would not easily have been calculated. At Western Union Junction, ten miles west of Racine many houses were wrecked and one yonng man, named vveDoer, was Kineo. me killed and wounded at Racine so far known are: Killed Willie and John Rattanir.k eleven and thirteen years old; little girl of Peter Dressel, six years old ; iniant child of August Riser; young daughter of Barney Willing and a young son; aliasing Paul Kubl and Albert Kuhl; fatally injured Mr. Rastanick, Simon Geese. Matt Lavln, two children of Fred, Faulk Mrs. McCarthy, Mrs. Kortz. in fant child of Michael Jacheim, Mrs, James Decker and airs, weroie. " AT RAC1NK. Milwaukee, May 19. A Racine dis patch says: The sun rose bright this morning on tbe 'scene of the desolation left in the tornado's track. As yet the list of the dead is not accurate, but it is safe to estimate that sixteen lives were lost in and about Racine. Men are at work clearing away the debris, and wo men, clad in borrowed clothing, are hur rying about with tear stained faces, be. moaDingfthe loss ot their homes,relativee and friends. Steps are already bing takn to relieve th.e in immediate want, and Mayor Fish has issued a man-; ifesto calling tin the citizens for contri butions to be left at the office of the city treasurer. A special meeting of tbe council was held at 10 o'clock this morn. ing and action tiken toward caring for the dead and maimed, and the penniless. The suffering is confined to the very north) rn out (tree's of the city. Among the laborers snd mechanics wh- owned their little property which was completely swept away, as near as can be learned by a careful survey of the ground, the losses are as follows: An drew Fere, one and one-half story frame dwelling, completely destroyed and the household goods scattered ; losa $1,500 ; Michael Dohrety, small frame house and contents, wrecked : loos, $o00. Wm. Lutz, saloon and dwelling, two storim, blown from foundation: loss, f 1,800. John Peturae, brick dwelling in which were fourteen people, reduced to a huge pile of ruins and not one of tbe Inmates injured more than slightly. Two ad, joining buildings, belonging to Petnrae, were wrecked; tote loss, $3,000. Seriously injured W. A. Sproadel, leg and two ribs broken ; Mrs. Spreader, hurt internally; Kate Lutz, 78 years old, arm broken and head crushed: Mrs. Frederick Falk - and Herman Kull, bruised about the head; Mrs Rheuse. hurt about the breast snd I eyes; Fred Jralk nnrt about tbe bead and eyes; me two onuaren or ; airs Hire and Mrs. Ktstner. - cbestbone broken and skull fractured: Mrs Flanigan and three children, all seriously injured ; Mrs. Mary Miller, daughter and son all badly hurt; Thad Kstonntusk, leg broken and face - had badly bruised; Michael Darney, kn-e broken and one eve knocked out; a child of Mrs Wend el, serimsl injured; Michael. Jackson, wile and- four children, seriously hojt; Or Mountain. Down by Coot Waters. OUurwlss Bollovina; tno Todinm of Summer Travel by tno Coolest Lis of Hallway on the Contt- ' nent Pietnraaqna 8. O. With the adproach of the genial glow of summer, the expanding blossoms of Hay time flora, the gentle breezes, laden with the delicate fragrance of budding sweets and the delicious languor ot balmy atmosphere, comes Picturesque B. & O; with its new schedule, its fast, er time and general' batch of good things, from its regular summer budget. It Is fit and apropos that so rare a line of beauty as the B. fc(0. should announce its summer program waen nature is at tired in its loveliest garb or all the year. Ordinarily railroads are humdrum subjects, good enough and certainly indispensable In their way, but hardly a topic to base a poetic Idyl upon. particularly when under the ex. quisite influences of a dreamy day in May. Nevertheless there is much in the 11 at u. not incongruous with the royal splendor of early summer time, when the bloom upon the rose, the apple blos soms and tne peach, the emerald sward and the daisy all vie, tho ono with the other in forming parts ot a matchless picture, painted by the master band ot nature. The mountains girded by the glittering bands of steel, the foam crest ed waters spanned by bright gleaming ribbons of the. metal and the fields bere the daisies grow, tbe hill-sides from which the blossoms send heaven ward their fragrance and the velvety car pet oi tne vauey all as truly betoken the presence of that agency without which so glorious a panorama would still, as of yore, be confined to the sel fish glare of tbe sun by day and to the autocratic cold stre of the stars by night. Had not the Baltimore and Ohio been constructed as it was, through the very garden of the continent watered by the Potomac, the Shenandoah and the Youghiogbeny, onward and upward, until tbe crests of the Blue ltidge and the noble old Alleghanies almost kiss the clonus, men plunging down through canon, o'er chasm and beneath tower ing masses, to tbe broad, open shores of the Ohio had not the hand of tbe B. & O: man done all this, what a journey would have been best to all men! Who, then can sag that thoughts of the rare and unequaied beauties lining every loot of the B. & O. way, from the Ohio t the sea, are not in. keeping with the spell thrown over us by the witch ery or tbe season T do railroad in the world compares with it for pic turesque loveliness and mountain grandeur; and tbe points relative to change of time on tbe B. & O., to new tains and to the old. have an interest not Creamed of in connection with other roads. Thus it becomes to many a mat ter of personal gratification that the old favorite Daisy train still shows her dainty heels to the would-be rivals to tbe troubling time of seven hours to Washington, and a corresponding ac tivity to all eastern cities ; or. in other words, this matchless train making the fattest long run known for years, leaves St. ljouis in tbe morning, Cincinnati in the evening, and reaches Washington next day lor dinner, a whole meal ahead ot all other trains the others not putting in an appearance until supper time.' To Baltimore the time saved is over four hours, and Philadelphia and New York are reached in time tor sup per. The corresponding train from the east to tbe west should also have an ap propriate name, and if the one is a daisy the other is a darling, sure enough. Leaving New York at seven in the even ing, and passing through Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington en route, Cincinnati is reached early the next evening in ample time for the connec tion south and southwest, on tne old schedule the time was some two hours longer, and that much later getting into Cincinnati. A similar change in tbe order of things is gained at St. Louis, as tbe tran, with its through sleeper from New York, reaches tue "Future Great" early the second morn ing, in an abundance of time to make all the connections for the west and south, and which connections are made in Union Depot, wherein all the through trains of the B. & O. run. They pass from Parkeraburg to Cincinnati over the old Marietta and Cincinnati line, now greatly improved in every way, and known to tne world as tbe Cincin nati, Washington & Baltimore rail road. It is a model road in all its details, and managed right up to the mark. From Cincinnati to St. Louis the B. & O. trains pass over the noted west ern short line, the Ohio and Mississippi. With a track as solid as the rock of Gib raltar and a motive power celebrated throughout railway circles for its re markable efficiency, the O. A M. has set tbe pegs very high for rival lines in tbe wsy of fast time. The beauty of it is that the road is so smooth and the line so level that the passenger fairly flies without recognizing he is going at hard ly anything more tban a rather lively jog. With its direct interchanging lines, such patterns of railway management is no puzzle to account tor the superiori ority of the B. & O. over all other through routes between New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washing ton and Cincinnati and St. Louis. While occupying an incomparable po sition as regards the cities named, the B.&O. enjoys equal distinction as a Chicago line, it owning, controlling and operating every foot of the route from the Atlantic to Lake Michigan and Lake Erie. It is the odly line running its . trains through from New York to Chicago and Chicago to New York with absolutely no change of cars whatever, and it was the B. A O. that originated the term "solid" trains and inaugurated the sys tem. How successful it has proved is in dicated by the imitators. "The Chicago Solid," as this train has become known, has recently had added a superb new dining car, which in roomy appoint ments and novelties in the way ot tables, seats, etc., is unquestionably the ' swell" dinner or - the period. Like the new and magnificent sleepers, the dining halls on the line atd everything else pertaining to the road, the one company owns and manages its own dining-car line; consequently there are no outside corporations to live upon passengers, and the latter deal In every single instance with the B. & O. Tbe oldest passenger railway in the world, the B. & O. can show a record for speed, for safety, for prompt employ ment of every new feature, and for satis fyingthe pchlic wholly unparelled. "In the language of an enthusiastic western admire r. "It is the boss road, and don't yon forget it!" .For Saltings tliey bave ever before oflereel to the peo ple of tliis vicinity. Call aud see the fine display of Cassimeres, Worsteds, and Scotch Plaids, Which we make to order LOWEST to suit all 1KICES. clashes at the Is la the Kmooria Xational Bank Block. wiwb or r 1 1 id avenue. Beiiia&rriii Culver makes a soecially or Legal Matters. Money Loaning, Conveyancing, Land Sales, Insurance, Is item ral aitei.t for I.y on. i.hae ami Green- woo-1 countiqs lor ttm well ana favorablj auuwu BURLINGTON INSURANCE C0M Or Bnrlinirton. Iowa, which injures aarainst loss Dy tire ami tornmloee. ami pays claims promptly. Ihe following letter, which isone amung many, speaKS lur ltseu: I herebv certify that I waft inir.rmi si'Minst I fire aoil tornadoes in tho Burlington Invur ance com pany. ot HuilmKtoa loa; that my loss was paid urumiitlv and to mv entire sat- iMaction, bv Jo-eph f. Culvr r, atrnt of said company, being; the sum of tl.ltft I take Pleasure in recommending uie company and its airent at Kmporla to tlirt people of l.yon EmpoKia, Kas., February 2, 1883 D C. McMURTRIE Successor to Bruner & McMurtrie, StoVe and Tinware Store GAS AND WATER FITTING. A full line of Pumps and specialities of the tin and stove tradeC Bay the ol reliable uoofc stove, SUFiSKIOK, or for either wood or coal buy the SCOTIA. . HALLBERG STONE Est Side Commercial Street, BUILDING, E3IP0RIA. KANSAS. See our new Spring Hats. See those extra good Boote we warrant. See the latest styles in Neckwear. See our immense stock of Ready-made Clothing. It will pay you to call and see us before pur chasing. I renreannt the Commercial Onion. London Tracers' and St, Paul In-uranco Companies, anil aio insure corses lorstocs m-n. J. F. CULVER, atar Special care and attention iriven to u e urawinir oi ueeus, mortgages and leal estate documents . S. P. SMITH, DtiltB IN Harness and Saddles, Op. Ireland . Bros.1 Ffrst Door North of PostofYlce. LEWIS BROS. Grocery, KANSAS. KMrOKIA, All eoous warranted, rieuairinir neatlv i od pro mptly dune. Give tue a call belore ouying. MILLIN"EEY ! A LARGE AND FINE STOCK OF Spring- & Summer Goods. IS NOW TO BE FOUND AT MRS. D. KIDDER'S. N. E. WEAVER, (SirccKSSOlt TO LEWIS LUTZJ HARDWAR B. Dealer in Iron, Nails, Fence Wire, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, &G. The "Weber" and "MitcheU'Wagons. HOTEL COOLIDGE, Lutzs old stand, Emporia, Kansas. WALL PAPEA i sUh'i i JtV I -41 atigiaa. B. WHELOON . r - J nvmiiii iivu Aax4 A .1 . fc. CnataiesJs. Ac. e. cl cot for Chicago Ena.-nal Paints Best Mixad Paints in' the Markst. WALL PAPER. Ths ladiBp Hotel ot th litr. uouras 11 Milt nita Batni. Lanra KaniulF Knoms oa Flirt Floor. Barber Shop, Billiard Boom, Ac j Emporia Kansas. F. K. I RILEY A .. Proprietors. lite iViWtfKKCLal. SntfcBT. Empokia, Kak. Banks. DOMESTIC AND WHITE SEWING MACHINES ! Newest Styles, Latest Patterns and Elegant Designs in SIDE WALL PAPERS! Ceilings, Friezes, Extension Borders, Centers and Corners. EMPOHIA aaa 3 H A. R, D "WARE ! TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS ELLEN PLUMB, - - 163 Commercial St. Merest Allowed oa Time Deposits. J. JAY BUCK. PrcsMcnt. H. DUNLAP, Cashier. DIRECTORS : J. JaT liVCK. E. P. ItarKER. J.J WRIOBT. .1 W. TKUKWOKT0Y. HlltUD llfKllf TlfE K3IPOK1A SMITH & HAIL'S, Sixth Avenue, - - - Emporia, Kansas. O. D. SWAN. C. L. SEYERY SWAN & SEVERY, IH.AI.EI13 IN. NATIONAL Capital, Surplus, - BANK. WOOL. Cash Advances on $100,000. 50,000. WOOL. Consignments. UNDERTAKING. WILLIAM 'CLARKE, DEALER IN FURNITURE, Undertakers Goods, Mirrors, fie, Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Drafts drawn on Eastern cities and all points in cuioiic. Special Attention given to Collections. Gold Coin and Sterling Exchange bought at Advances made on Shipments or Grain and atocK. and commercial Pauur Discounted. The highctt price paid lor School, Township C'y aud county Honda. P. B PLUMB. President. C. HOOD. Vice President, L. -1'. Hr.uiTAGG, Cashier. DIBECTOK8 I It. Plnmh W V Fw1r-n IT Heritage, Lewis Lntz,C. Hood, Daniel Bitl.f . u. r.u mis ton . m . w . milium, A. lloberts er. o. exoss, Wm. MA B TIN DA LI, F Prft. C. 3. VltOiS. CaehUr Offlce""Corr,cr Sixth avenue and Commercial street, in rear of tbe First .National uank. t'oatoUicc box 43S. iEmporia, - Lyon County, - Kansas P. J. HEILMAN, ltManuf,nHirer or and dealer in Harness, Saddles, CoUars Iho best assortment of Bridles, Whips, Fly Nets and Lap Robes. Lcle Sara's Harness Oil alway on hand. Repairing dono nratlj and cheaply. All work warranted. COMMEKCIAL St BETWEEN SlXTU AND SEVENTH. - - - EMPORIA .-Kendall's Spavin Cure! Commercial Street, North of the Residence. corner of ttural street and Fourth avenue. News Office. Calls attended at any hour KMPORIA UNDKItTAMING HOUSE. tSyTeiegraphic and all other orders will .receive prompt attention, day or night. Pricta always as low as the lowest. Residence First door north of Oilchrtsts' livery stable. C. A. WOLF Next door to Holmes & Holden First National BANK. OF EMPORIA. KANSAS. CU&E5 Bl'AViSI, SPLIS1SH1XG BOXES CUKKS AND ALL SIM ILAR BLKallSUES, 4: REMOVS Til E BUNCH WITHOUT BLISTER ING. FOH MAN IT 13 NOW KNOWN TO BE ONE OF TUE BEST IP NOT THE BEST LINIMENT EVER DISCOVEUED Sixth Avenue. Capital Stcci Paid in, $100,000. SCKPLCS IBO.OOO.OO. HARNESS, SADDLES, ETC. CHAS. GILCHRIST, Formerly with Gilchrist Bros. K. TUXON. Formerly with H. V. Bnndrem. GILCHRIST & DIXON, Does a General Bankin Business. ADA Wi-nocb, President. G. W. bCTToM. Vice President U. T. 6nidui8, Cashier. (INCORPORATED IN 1881.) Kendall's Spavin Cure ! Is Ihe onlv (rfisitive cure known, and to how what this remedy will do we give here a tans pi of cases cured by it, a statement which was GIVEN UNDER OATH! To Whom It May Concern In the year 187S 1 treated with 'Ken- tail's spavin Cure,' a bone spavin of several months' growth, near- ly half as large as a hens ejrir. and omuletely stopped the lameness and removed the enlargement 1 have worked the horse since very ence in lhi-MzcnhebackJnDtinoe I treated him with 'Kendall' -Ppavin Core." R A.Galas. Enosbnrgh Falls, Vt , Feb. Ktn, 187. . Sworn and subscribed to before m thia h riav nf h A T - Manufacturers ol and Dealers in TT J n - T 1 ls"m JhG. Jiaxa. Justice of tbe Peace. Hartford Bank Kendall's Spavin Cure. HARNESS, SADDLES, ETC. 4 s . Cleaning: and licpairlng of Harness a Specialty. Corner Room Masonic Templei Fifth Avenue - Emporia, Kan. HARTFORD, KAN. Capital Stock, - - $50,000 00. Dibbctobr Icroli Shacfer. 0. 3. Stratton. Adam Wentrer, I. A. Taylor, G. W. Sutton. ncis i. k. 1. sneuiaer. DOES A GfcKEEsL BASKISQ BCSISSSS. Crocerfes. IRELAND BROS. . DEALERS IN i Staple and Fancy Groceries Which will be sold low lor cash or exenanj; d lor proriuc flonthwect corner etf Commercial street. Fourth avenue aad Eill'OKIA, - KANSAS. . wu imwi&Hic, wi'iniHimBcrvr, mj e rrc Ben oi cnort-iiorn cattle, ethsi tins yenrs old Anions; Mii hard nl a I will be t-nn I to ptoa lay of sale. Fre - lunch Miss Fannie Riggs received Friday from ber pupils a picture, an easel and a Irandsome Tase. These? evidences of ber popularity amonf her scholars will be doubtless fally appreciated. Miscellaneous. WILSON & WHARTON SUCCESSORS TO WILSON, TOMS & WHARTON. MUSICS to a Money to Loan. S PUBLIC SALE OF THE Elmendaro Herd of Short-Horn Cattle, Whioa wi'.l take Mace at the LYON COUNTY FA!R GROUNDS, EMPORIA KANSAS, THursaay, - - - May 31,1 883. THOMAS & JONES. t IO O'clools. A.m 3VX. .1 DiiLiu is ' Stajil and Fancy GROCERIES, FLOUU, GRAIN, COUNTRY PRODUCE - OlIB MOTTO, BUST GOODS AT BOTTOM PRICES AND WARRANTED TQ : ' PLEASE. . '.-J EMPORIA.. KANSAS. of forty five h-a.1 of temil anil toursen ! iUi, nue m l i r i will r Ki-nl mem oen ol the leolinir h-)rt trn fa ailies. awl lnliTilaal merit Cataorn will be faruibe 1 tu ri t.u ' o will e serreti at tne s;raaa stan,i at noon. TsKiaur BALt: A crealtor .ix month' wi'l h' s-i.-en. with ten per cent, intercut on oansaniv vmver. Lll I 11 1 a a 1 1 a ttt T Col. H. W. Pearsal. Salesman. J-lcj v x wuiilDAUiaU THE SUN FroA morninsr to mornios; aa I from week to wvea TIIK SUN pHn'k a ontinnul ury ol the lives of real men ami women, au l oi their pee-l". plans, lovea. halt ami trouhles This stnry is mure interesting than any ro naaee that was ever dertseti. SHertt:on : Dailt (4p -res), by m-iil, 55. a month, or a AO a year; HraoaT (tf .aFsl, $l.SO per fears V rl.T '! pun), fl.OO iryear. . W. BNQL.AM D. PablUber. Saw Xfrk City. SUBSCRIBE GloDi-Dsmocrat, Office resaovet w Fifth avenae aa4 Coea- sercial street, Jay's hailtltaa. up lairs. l.ooo - Heriio SiseD " FOR HALE. V 3SO liambs; the balance oee year old sad or jr.- kaiaeit hero fertnetiy healthy aad sound. Aoarea b.b ruavc, CosTajrUle, Kaasas. 4-oapeOATAI.Oyi lc, with orss and music ot ts ?muc id a hamlaome Fiaouoc tree to any arUlrasonrecitot 1 3 eesit in oa taaestassp. We never aieah a We Br." voes-: Tirst lxe walls CDCT aonf: heabe1nolG Roll- I flf" P. iiyt" aoar; , riiet-s warcB," z uun: "loissuie" rotnoorrt. niana ana pieces, St page, loll siae auic, post free SO ta tiw? - K. W. TB1FKT, S gehnl Htrrt. - atoatan, HaH Ent .rsel to 'ea kcp. ohIt 1 per year. Itaiiy, per jear, .... !'..$ 00 8 mi-weekly, . S 00 Trl-wteMy, . .. 5 fO A .1, Ires. GL,BKPEIN'TlKUtO,'t IHif, iiiiuriia.ir.i iui mmm tMauS) at I nW tliawunt kiad aaa XI aiallBSkaamjar-S. ""riT? "? fii V 1? la lu ilicx-r. ttt I wiU atd TL 5OT3itP JL5t ZiT -lli .T1LC1SU TalaTISB aa thl. al.naia, toaaiaaAVnr. Ciw tiiwi aa T. O. aaaraM. ' ua r. a, suxaa. w rm,MvTs. lis XaiWiIsr A rertfi. i hB n reau. 10 rijiruce Street. Ji. T. Si . . i . w a j. ! r rr" rlir 1! L'giTt m B6flt iuowa CBJia. vs. L. C. WOOD, dlXTIl AVKXUE, Staple and ancj Groceries, Glassware, Qiiiisware, &c Hiitlit market price paid for choice Vat er El wm ss a tTSEnn. a srr innL at i l S UUT)fUL f LOAM. CHsoaa Cmcx t "i.e. to ail waa 4ln (.,ti.UsIAt,IEMa. Read below or its wonderful effects as a liniment for the human family: - - . HkMaTITB, Missouri, Aognst M, 1S80. B. I. Kekdaix A Co , Gsxts -1 am so overjoyed to view of a re . salt of an application of your Kendall's Spavin Cure that I feel that I ought lor humanity's sake to publish it to the world About thirty -rive years apo, while rMinjr a youns;. og-ly horse, I was injured lav ' my frroin, and from that time to three weeks ago a slow but eofl stant enlargement has been the result, riving me a arrest amount of trouble, almost entirely preventing me from horseback ridlna, whleh was my usual way of traveling. I saw a notice ot your Kendall'sv Spavin Cure, never once thought of it for anything except for horses, but after receiving the meilicine and readme; over what it was good ior, anu ieeiing terribly exercised about my lifllculty, for I had con sulted many ,.-hv scions and none gave me any specific bat whea it could ho endured no longer to remove it wilh I be knife. I applied your -Kendall's Spavin Cure as an experiment, and il was so painful in its application that I concluded' not to tc peat it and thought bo more about it until rearly a week, and lo and heboid, one-hail of the sine waa - gone With joy I could hardly believe It. I Immediately applied lfc aa-aia, and bave made in all about one-halt dozen applications running nntr . kom nf tan m-i, ,ul th. imliia .niaM..i i. . . tirely gone, in view of which I nta pot express my feelimrt of delight. It has been a Uod send to me. May lie send toothers with like troub-es- . ion Rioa, . ' Taafjw rtf nn.ltt. fWMMiUn.l rk.Mk - P. 8. To Are at llben to put this in any shape you please. I am not ashamed ta have mv nam ,-. r.t. r a nm i. .ui. nfu Kendall's S-oavin Cure. Kendall's Bpavln Cure is (.ore in tu effects, mild la It actio, as It does not blister, vet 1 1 is penetrating aud powerful cuougn to it aeb any deep-seated pain or to remove any bos v e ' - " 1 cuu m umi lur HTtru ;. mm apavina, apiints, callOUm. .praiua, swellings, any lamenemand nil enlargements of the joints or limbs, or rheumatism ia man. and for aey ptirfiose for winch a liniment is nael for master beans it 1. ow known to be the best liniment fur man evei used, acting mildly awl yet certain in its effects. i wi m' in:onn wild percent aaxeiy at ail seasons oi toe year. ren address lor iiiiiMrted eirrular which we thins gives positive proof of its virtnea. v vhiv'j ." wv. w .,, "U'u uDv.iiiii!ti iiw . .ii, w vur anwwiCQge. lur uesH as well aa si, 2SLlrs botUc or All Dmists hare it or can get it for you iprietors. Saosburgb Falls, Vermoct. 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