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." From Thursday'! Sally. '- :
Four cars of the product of the Ecu
porta canning company . are beiof
hipped to Denver to-day. ;.; -
Catarrh orteinatrs in scrofnlout
taint. II ocm l a SarsaparllU purifi-
the blood, and thu permanently cares
They play whist in the afternoon at
Emporia, in order to give the women a
' chance to attend the diffeient prajer
meetings at night. Ex.
Hugh IVli'liarnsof OIpe was driving
Into tt ec'ty to-day. When near Seeouii
avenue, the buggy came uncoupled and
the horse went on with the w bet-la arid
bafts. The animal waa capturtd,
with no other derange.
J adze Culver and Wife celebrated
the 2Sth anniversary of their maniaje
with appropriate festivities yesterday.
The guests were Bev. Sargent and
Wife. Rev. Ilarkness and wife, T. M
Cbafee and wife of Neosho Rapids anJ
Irof. IIill i f the Xoroial.
Uncertainty may attend business
ventures ana entt rrins. s, but it nevei
atUniig iUt proro i-t ituiniatrtion
Vr. Cull a cough. hiyrup. riiov 2i
"My sore ran in the night, and m
boiji iriucea to ix comforted." ft
leilowl of course it uiil. Pity lie
couldn't get Salvation Oil. . Only Zo
Senator AUIaon, mho is soon to be
mairird. courted and won bin biMa at
the foot of an i eberg in Alaska t-he is
t r jriiort of thing, and be is a tnai
' i '. :y. Senator Al!isn'a first Mife
was a dauvhtrr of ex enator Giiuieit.
one of the nve tepnblican senators wlo
saved Andy Johnson on the impeach
ment trial. A few years ago she los
her mind, and one morning she was
found drowned. Atchison Globe. " 1
CbarTes W. Sparr, an old Emporia
boy, now or Eureka, vitdted the cit
to-day and leaves this evening fVr
FlorMa wbeie be will enter iuto a
National bank recently opened in oiie
of the leadn g cities. Charley bus
many friends in this city who wish bim
the t)et of success. . lie will return in
Geo. It. Allen received a letter yes
terday f rem bis brother at St. Thoinns.
Canada. Tlie Inter t.tates that oul
four inches rf unow has fallen there
and that fome t;ra ttgo. The weatin r
now is verv deliglninl hikI the roads
are in excellent condition feir driv nj.
Frorn tins J aupeais that this is no
the only ore where ti e weatlier clerk
is faviiriutr rh fx o le. ...
The following .tliuis were elected
for the ensuiu term bv Eiupi ri.
Lodffe 36, Daughters of lMiekah: Mit.
Floience .. J.ns. N. O ; Mrs KIizh
, Bradley, P. ii ; Mrs. Urlle C Harus
Becetxrt; . Mr. iium iSpanu'ei.
tiensu-er. A ti' ! t-ci (lic-i: M
Mr.v Fern lmoiv.clntiliiin; Mr Sa
rwti LJrow i.. uiii ! n; Mr. M:itie M
. M -I'oii. I. G.; Mi s Ci.t!ia Ivi.leiiO .i ,
O G- .
It is with pleasMiH tluit we call tht
attention of the nitiig to the m:i-ntiU
mwh -is of Dr. it- beit Lyon ur ti t
treatment nrid due of ihseaes. I),
Lvon has resnied in Emu lianver live
eai'H pa-t, hikI ims mt with Uiat mi;
cess anl appreci:iT ion due io a veter;t '
piactltioner possesseil ornatuial pivn
coui.led with to-ientific ait uimn-i.t; ,i
a bith order. Ti.e veteran physii iii.
is permaneiitly 1 eit- d nt t he IIo e
Whitley with room on the, first tl r.
where be will receive those djsirinu
advi.ee and treatment, as set forth it.
his advertisement io anoih'.r column
Died At the residence of her par
ents, Mr. and'Mra. .1. C. Hiatt, neat
Flj mouth, Xora A. Hiatt, need 14
years, on Tito-day evening at 8 o'clock
the immediate e.;iust of death being in
. flammmoiy iheun.at sm. The fui era'
services were hld at the Plymouth
church lestenTay. ufterwh'ch the re
maiiis were interred at the Cottonwood
ceuietery. The young Udy was sur-roun-led
by mtmer us fr'ends who ad
mired her for hr pr d o,!ilities. S'i
was a niece oMir. Hiatt. The mem
ers f the grief stricken family liav
the sincere 8mpathv of Hie entue
commuuity in which they reside.
A'lVlee t. iTIolli ra.
Mrs. - Winshw'a frcthins Sirup
should alas be tihu for children
teething It soothes the child, soften
the guius,' tiihivs all pains, lest w ino
clic, and in the best lemedy for diar
rhoea. Twenty rive cents a bottle.
DISTRICT I OLUT. -Court
convened as usu'il this jester
dy and conl l.iued th trial of George
. W. Kidd. The cse was siven to ti.e
Jury sliortly after dinner, and . aftn
being out about an b.-urand a ta'f, re
turned a verdict of Kjdd's guilt lti
securing 81 210 from W. J. Jonei un
der fabe preteuses.
At the close of the empanelling of a
jury hf'er the noon recess, the conit
again went int the regular business In
the consideration of the ruse of the
tte vs. C." IV Uonsh, charged .wit'
emteilement. It seems that Ro'ish'g
son bad been undu y iniiiu ite with
"Noia Ht rgen, who s 8cn to tiecome
a mother, w hen youn? Roush was ji,
jured on the railioa 1. from the eff t
of which he died, and on his death bed
man fe ted a desire to rxairy theiri,
but his death prevented the cerem n .
Tpc rtl road company paid tbttboyV
father i 1.00 J. to prevent the occur
rence of a autt for damageH, Uefie
death the jduii man requested th.it
- the money .received rhoull i.e u-etfii'
payint his few debt", and the leimin
. ing sum given t his n. tl.er. The
. case with the utrl w is unkn vrn to lh
parents, who used the money in. the
purchase of im pees or rnn
.".which wete -i!eett.-d to tit nwt nr
.vow the cirl, wh h4is ioI e ben mar
riel. BuesR iush f r eruU zzlenienr, i
theuioity, which s!6 allege ta Vnt n
to the child. . : :
T'.-l.iyV Djbigs. . -
Last eveuii'g theeounsei for Defriu!
ant Rou-h, argued a motion to di.
charire the cKfenda'it. on uccixint c-f
insufficient evidence. Ilia honor tick
the cas over this morning, a!;d aft. i
. . : . . ' . , . .
uuc lAinsiiitri o iiim i i Li e iaci., t;; , .
plained the caso to the jury, nt li.t
same time drawing up a verd ct of no''
jru'lty, whtcli tin jury -signed anJ
Roush w as released.
The c.se of A. O K-i'nrlnlph v. Johi
AlcKean, was takeo up nfter thf,'l-
""iji JUIUIJI nriru'iilinfU, J.:iuh.-
Archer, J. V, Spohn, M, R. Reib r.. A
U. Cole, T. 3. Davis, F ... M. Van
8e kle. W. II. Hod son, J. 1m Resnut.
W. n.Sisler, C. II. Martiii and M
Iu the case f the tV.-iti vsv'v:. H.
Anderson a continuance Wss akedfor
this morning, tho showing of which i
now being prepared by counsel for de
fendant. -. ..
An EiiiIhcui It .fir'. l'.Qrtp(a .
Dr. O. P. Henry of Chicago, ililn iis,
who has practiced me licine for many
yearssay: Lest spring be used hikI
prenenbed Clalke's Extract of Fmi
(Papillon) Ssin Cure in forty or Ufty
eases, anu never Knew of a case wl e e
it failed to oni e. "I knew of no reme
dy I can rely on so huplicitery " ird-
live cut e ror an diseases of. the skin.
Appoeufxiei naiJV. .
Claike's Flax Soap is the host for
babies. Skin Cure, il 00. 8o.jp, 23
cenu at Ryder's drug More and Joha
in another column.
' From Friday's Dally. .
B islaes is quiet, atd the merchants
Are praying forco'.d weather.
The rare and classical masical dis
pensers rcet last tveninz and made
strauge soun Is until late hour.
James Cjw J, living three miles north
ease of the city, is the h ippy father of
a large new boy. All doina well.
Three freight cars off the track at
Eliitn.r yesterdiy afternoon delayed
traffic on the Saati Fa for a short
It mke3 a woman f"el that she nan
editor to s?nJ to the paper a list or
utst3 at a party. She f.8ia'.ly saves
ihe paper ui.til it is jellow in -reuieai-
brance cf the time she edited it.
Yesterday every other man you met
complained of the heat, spang fever.
and to on, and wianed itwoslituru
coider. To-day ho was struck r.'ita
the shivers when he heard that a cold
w ave a thousand miles wiJe was com
ing.. Messrs. John Ein', Glenn Ewing,
Chas. Rotitack, Geo. Douglass, Cail
JLeander and W. Spiivgs of the M. K.
and T. at Parsons, are in the city us
witnesses in a railroad case in the dis
trict court. ,
Henry Kayzer and Amelia Koinir,
both of Americus, were licensed to
marry je terday. Also Geo. W. Sands
ofMaiiouaud Mrs. Jennie Diekeion
of this ciry. Tlie litter parties were
married last night by Rev. S tuerber,
and left this uiOi nin for their f ui uie
home at Mai Ion. " - , -
We saw a man to-day driving a paii
of horses up the street, walking be.tiiud
them bimei and. 8 ) full of prohibi
tion that every n.w and then he would
take a header atidk-mg up against the
animal's rump. The hoines knew be
wasiull anJ overhoked his lack of
politenc8 and kroJ breeding.
Do not c.ius iit aujbody, but Invest
tweiitv.-tlve cents, in a bo ale ot Salva
tion Oil. It kills paiul
When, we refl. ct that so many hu
man beings dte of cnsnmiiti.u, we
C tne. to trje coticlmion th it everb'dv
luiild le provided with Dr. Hull's
Cough Syiup, Xh6 poor consumptive''rf
For over a year we have ha 1 in con
empUtion a closing out of b-oks,
atationery and fanoy goods depart-
uents, aud hiqkti now tieteruiineu to
e!n the ch sin out ea'e at tmce. We
lliad ie.-eive noiliing from our Rtock
uxcpt:n Wall paper, -iCjUhiing hiiu
iniid wood. Evervtii'ng etfe will be
i hl at it pncefha''viil :ns:in at-pe-il
ricaiingout. a.il g-uis will be iriard d
n p'aiii U.iiires. and a liny e norn- n a;
i (nice in.H.i! ioivi-r tit it th o ijiual
osi. 'w'c.as-s ami s'oiv lixtni-tg
ra.li'. (.)'! 'x 'det a-tint ui .will
te c -nti.'Miel vvitti n ra-nl npn. a;'d
to k. . l.'i). Fox & Co.
L. t. Julirtti-
o? Sitnon C"Unty,
iValii..i. uiliVed an the citv esterday.
nd ii Hidicitini aid for the de:-tit ute
jeo,'! of his- "county who raided no
rropi Ijit yeac. Mr. Julien is duly ac
;red:led, and ought; tu receive sub
tanti il . aid, "either in mon?y r con
a ibutiuiis of grain, pro?isiou3 or cloth
V. II. I3yei8 Kit last evening for
strong city where no Has accepted a
viosition in the Strong City lin k, Wi.'l
ins ben connected with G. W. Nuw
nun and company during the past year
aud was peculiarly noticed, an
ho was accomodating and ooiigin
an 1 always at liis post. In social stand
ing he ha moved in the best society.
aud is n oung man of good ch.iraciei
nd buainess ability. Ths many friends
;n this city regret to lose Will, jt
they do not forget to join heartily with
tb Xu.vs iu vvisiiiutliii young gentle
all the success p. s.ible, in bis new
S itoe evii mmded duller is supplying
hiai ,elf with lanterns at the cit 'a ex
pause. It h is been but a short lime
since s imo oa3 v.ola alant;ri off tile
hose cart at tin engine hous-i. an I
light before last one was taken from
ninth and Co-uicercial where it bad
Oi-en placed to warutie driving puu
tiQ from the ditclt dag acr .ss the street
where a croistnt was being nut in.
Persona with such narrow miud-d in
tentions as fie stealing of an inn jcent
tan'ern siioikl huitel up ani pre
set! ed with the liht.iing of a few
daj s on th rock pile. " .
W Vofnt TKti I'ridt"
T tl e "'Oootl miuio t homo " won by Ffootl's
Sarnup.ir 11a In I.ox-ll, !uni-cbuei 1-.
wntre .1 In pr mint, Ui r is mine ! Ho !'
.r-Hf-irtilit utiM than of all other meiliclrMi,
qnil liia-i;IV(D ilii- b m ! Hatm tiu rii-
iti lniiuiiuit.uir nil eire ago Tbis could
not t-e t' ttit ui diuli e ttitl tun pi.fei.t!i iTit-rii
If you miflei1 TT.nit In pure 1-li oa. try HihxI'h
."artipiiritlu ill i icalizv in vculiar curl.ve
A certain lady in to .vu thieatens her
huf.band with a divorce ii be docs not
net her a riding horse, . for which she
baa lately conceived a violent . fancy.
Another help ma.e i-i equally asobstro-i-alous
Ix-cause l.C" husband oppose a
pug po-alle in the family, an i st 11 an
other lcc!.its U; and d .vn.thati after
waiting three inont.hi, if her husbtnd
d ies n it te ic.li her t'10 0001 filiation t
or run aw a
f ro:n iiim: bh"
S i it wuiii.! seem
re vs U c'h.
id .mairi -d , me
ivos ei; hor for
-a- . . .'I. C : A vrt
"h." V- t Sl'iV-i 1'! the V I il :. I'll I .
orytM-i. no.es. ai.vi . men in. iev'i-t
s. u lcltr . ChjippeU. il.i.'i.I.-., L'lli tii an .!
.:urn. a'(!l ! Skill l-l'ili"; l.:t nlit
tively Kiiift-s pU.-s. or im payn.fnt .re
(ultt-J. 1 1 !.- Jll li anleeo to give I er
!e!.t. .i-o b"t.::t imi. ol H"nev relnr'ijeil
l'i ice V cents per box. Fot -fale bv
3. Whthlou. .
.Patents g wilted to ci'.'zcns of Kan
sas for the week ending Dec. 10
lSSt), reported throiifh the flice of W.
A. ltedmon 1, Iic:t r of patents, No.
C31 F St., Washinoo, ll. C.
Edwin Jarrell. Harper, torsion f nrinu
(for vt hicb a.
O V, JLitile, Cat bondale, suspension
bridge. . ..
J. A. Maloney, Ii-venwortti. pipe
, Jam s lVtrso;t. Osk a'.ooe a, h irm-ss
J. Samier.. Lone Elm, m ich-iue for
cutting and punching metal. ,
A. I;ir.-n; ti!4 !3ppr orr.
'Fr nver a y- ar I havti had M
breaktr'g c.ivon my brr. v. Uich troidd-
irA u:e s lat t cuuld ii"t walk- l.e-'
haiiv fwellrd. f pur;t" "i.icr, with
eruptioiis so bad thnt J3ld wmio
oose out if 1 tore my weigl t n it. 1
wa-" recommended io ti y tlike's Ex
tract of Fia (fapilion) rskin Cuie,
which I hae done. My ie ia row
well and I can w.tlk two mihs on it
Mthout hiiv trouble.' Signed, "A.
D. II ay ward "
ClarkeV Flax S'ap m ikes the s-kin
BOtt and . pievenH cha;pinif. - Skin
Cure Jl 00. Oiip.'i i:eni8. For rtle
by Chas.- Eydr EmjOiia and - Johi
liond, of Ameiicus. ..
Jb OH Citiiea IiciS. ,
WASHIXGTON, Dett. IS. Th. DUS
Parker, a well-knowu citizen of Wath
ington, died here yesterday, eg-d 82
He was one of thos; who drew Xa'ay
ette's cariiaire ir;io Wa&hTCttm f.om
Johnson of Missouri.
. .- - - ' . From Ss.tar3fty' Eaiiy. .
' The dUtrict conrt to-day was enjoy
ing Itself at the expense of the partici
pants in the Strain vs. Fsh case.
Afrer diphtheria, scarlet fever or
pneumonia. Hood's Saraparida wi 1
give ttreiiwth to the svateiu, and eitei
Lall poison frwin the blood.
The corn market at Council Grove
is delayed at present, as the shippers
are unauia to secure a suiEeit-ut num
ber of cars to handle the giain. . .
Evidently Prof. Jiiake i3 about ss
ccrtxn on the weather queBtion was
Wi;42:-"'4, who rrt.ijJe such vain attempts
to vi- i -re bad weather a fevr jesrs
ao. . ' " -..
The. Normal scxiieties will meet in
Joint session at tha Lycenm ball next
Fiiday evening. On .-account of a
large uuaiber going home Friday, the
mmter8 remainiag join foices in the
ictetitig. . '
' A Visiting minister in the city at
tended 'be dedication rif the Austin
c'lapel. - As be ascendsd the steps ;t
th entrace of the building, the by
standers laughed, when the gentleman
real the' motto "Via, Veritas. Vita'
an i remarked, "Vhat an expressive
m -tto, 'I came, I saw, I conquered'
for a building of such grace and bril
By inriQiuerable.-curfs,. Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup has won for itself a mot
enviable reputa'i'Hi. -
I have been suffering for the last
three weeks with a siiaii.ed wiist. I !
tried station Oil, and tind mvse f,
f er having used oiw bo' tie. entitelv
cured Crtas. - Kever, 19 Muibeiry
street, Raitimoie. M-tryluud.
There will be meeting of the stock
holders of the Citizen's bank of Eia-
p.r a. Tueohtv; January 14th, 18'JO, at
2 uVlock. n. m . i.t the tB of said
natik for th purpart of electing a
board of Uireo o's for the ensuing
year. D. W. Eastman,
Soma twenty couple.? o the voung
people of this city went out to W. C.
Jones' who was married ate das
ag . three miles south of town and
ant prised the neiy w edded couple
Ihe evening wa? very pleasantly soent
but the most enjoyable featur of the
entertairiment was a grand oyster sup-.
per, served by the surprisera. At a
late hour the comoan returned to the
city much pleased -with the result of
their trio. -
A company of young friends ar-
raug-I a suivii--e party on Miss Dora
J ncs. uiid at a i auiiiouriato hour last
evemug 'gati.ered at h-r liome," 4ul
Coiistiitiii.ni r.titet, 'ani s, ent a few
p ea:int liaur.-i in social pastime. It
will be rem:a iered that M s D ra
gradaat?! at the Hiu school last
June, an I hii since-be -n in poor
healili.bat is now much improved, a
fact that w II be recefved riy her many
friends with pleasure. The party bt
night was a complete success and was
u glily euj o oii by Hurprisers and sur
prised. As thfl esteemed local organ of the
Fanner's AiUau.ce U not attending t
its knitting, the New s hastens to warn
the farmers to be ou their guatd. Far
mers are being worked . by the light
ning rod swindler. Tie agent goes to
the farmer's house and tells bun he
l as been sent by the companv in which
his house is in-Hired for the p.irpose
of examining the lightning rods to as
certain if they are in good condition,
and if not he represents that the com
pauy intends to fix thorn, A naper
purporting to be a statement thit the
rods are in bud c nd;tion is signed by
the farmer which, as usual, turns out
to be a promissory note.-.
John McDonald of Topeka, editor of
the School Journal, w ho addressed the
teachers of the county at. the Gariield
building this afternoon, tells the fol
lowing anecdote. Judge Fetfer of To
peka made a tariff tabs to tho students
at Lmvrenoe the other day, or t not to
the students, some of them were pres
ent. As an illustration of the benefi
cence of the tariff he said, ".on see
this suit I wear. Well. I paid for it
in Xew York the trifling sum of $12.5:)
I send my measure .t i that city, and
have it nude to order f ir that sum. I
prefer to patronize h'me industries. A
student broke in with the query: "You
live in Topeka, d m't you, jud.-eV"
"Yes," was the answer. "Ani yo.i
call pitronizing horn a iudus.riea,
sending your measure one thousand five
huu.lred mi'.ei" to New York to
have a che m suit of clot'ie? raiJi, -d
youv" The judge ws struck at once
with the r.izldle dazzle,- and wrig.-led
0-it of bis difficulty in the b-st way he
ciuid. Sine f th ne unU'ers ty ladt
are mighty sharp. Yet, one d es not
have to lie a o!om n to see through a
inilisloce with a bole in it. .
Four carloads of cattle were received
at ti.e yards yesterday. Two car loads
were soldi Owit'g to the liiht receipts
a numb-M o" buyer were detained un
til the Grit of the week. Guy Service
aud Thomas Thomas were t ie buyi'rs
yehterdav. ' A fair business was done
fvday, but next week 'here will proba
bly be inshii.tf sale-i.' . ' ' ; v -
f- Pn.o-At the leaideiice or Mr. G. A.
tiiidltha. i'ti Coal cr. ek. aged' 32. Mr
lie ry -Parry of B vpr Da o. Wiscon
sin i U i t ;,!
ag, a-iii p..
d a:ne lu re ro u o. tliH
u e i ty Mr. Pariv, v.- th
ii ' f g iiior to cVd:T'.do
health --. 1 i.e frieia.
eivivns tw.'l . take plate at
the hf-ue t Mtorrow tM o'-io k,-Cou-diur;e
i lo Rev. .r. Jn;s, nd the te
mains- will belaid to test io Lonei
Lry Citek ceuietrrv.
Eif'-H iit of :!irers. '.. -
At the rr-g-iiar meeting of il-mcocK
P ft 404 G.,A. U. lst 'eveniiiir'thf fol
lowing oiUecw were cu sen for the
coming year. ' P. C, C 0. Martin; S.
V. C. !. S'Ste t'doan; J. V. C., J. A
Aewfin; U!gm. Dr. Davettpoitv
Chap aai. L'apt.. Ir io, Qiiattermiftei,
A. A. Bradford, Uiaoe-T .of the day, Ike
Xrwtii; Ouioer of ,'Vnard, J.hi Phre
n x; Adjutant. T. E McMill .n, De'.e
irate, J. E. Vh:tehi I; Alternate, A.
Solhck. .- -'.-.; -.; --;,.
' ' it- A. 3J.
-.."Empori chapter. Ii. A. M. nisa
elected facrs for the ensuing terra
II. II . II d-iHd Lakfn'v K, F. n. Bow
ers S-," Ev F. Spiague; Tn-asurer,
5. it. a U : &-'cy., J.mre Sairth; C. of
II. J. IT, Uanison; P. S . W. P.. Jr ia;
R V. C, J. A. L-ucms; G. M.'i V , Ed.
Hoffee; G. SI. 2. V , W. F. Ewinj; G.
31. 1 V., W. D-XIre,; T. T, johnson.
goaietilas for the Kaw Tesr.
Tfc world repownot rcoeim of n-tetti
Btoniaca Xiu:miand their ei".itlnue.1 popu.arltv
tor over a iuiftl oi a ceEturr as a sto.uacliie is
scarcely mvia T.ficaei-iui taa tiio w-ioomo
IhKt jrreets mil a-n::ai erparsce ot Iins!H.
ter 8 Aiaii.-ioc Tai3VE.iau.liit medico treats a
Is pubu-liea by ti.e fIcxiB:trt'oinpany, futv
burvii, 1-a.. uncir itsircwa ir.imeai.itasiiDer
visiaq.eiiip oyii;.6v. ftandHlntimeacoartmert.
They ar rana -its aiKjiit 11 monrns In ye ir
on this wtri.ac i;!iel&-iit'(,i sanm for Ipio w ll
I"1,'."1?, ?rrs.-.v.. rBcU. Wcls.5, Korwesrian,
Swui-a, HousMid, Uoliennan and Spwv'ual
fttao. I'.eler . m copy oi for V4,um1 srd
lutefeaHn? resiiir.s e&ncrrn rtt BeHua. evi
Bumeroi-j twinuf ss u tiist -fflcxi-y J? H-.s-loeiert
bttMuae.n Liitcm. emucine-Ht,
lismistio, . erroasmo!st 1c-jUU-mi v.-i
f rir-ij.i ..e.-j i.rl,!js jec.,wr.leUiiar' l r'n,'
c-i iorvvr.'r:n -ss. Tae Ai-.-.-.sr, , rh ..Kabt
Of -a. s 1-4 tre oi -. .t, Ir-.j si, i r.
llfss Brown f Lawrence, a spirited
ladjr interested . la Bchoc? matters,
spent several days in this city a few
weeks ago looking into oer schools and
the system in vogue here. She made a
thorough and exhaustive examination,
giving especial attention to the sanita
ry coalition of tfce schools, and of the
cut bouses connected with : each school
budding. Ia these latter, she was
struck with the order-, and cleanliness
prevailing and the absence of disEgur
meuts and obscene or filthy writing or
pictures en. the walls,!- such-as are so
common elsewhere. Nowhere . in" th
stata has she found such perfect saoita
ry . .and moral - conditions pre
vailing in the schools ; as In . Em-
poila, to say n. thing' of - their
well known supfriurity ia-other re-
speets. . The contrast betweentheta
and th schools of L.awrenc-6 was such
that when her report was read in that
town recently before the state boardof
sanitation, it created a ereat stir in
the city. Her complimentary allusions
to our schools are of a very flattering
character indeed, and oouht to make
Supei iuiendeiit Klouk and the chooi
board led .very proud of their nian
Huement and conduct cf the sc,hoois.
We take- pleasuie iu transcribing a
portlou of. MiSri Biowu's statements
concerning the inptria schools. She
Jimporia has a school board and a
superint ndcut who are thorough-'
ly awake to . thd -enormity of
ibis evil if ob-icenity,' which is sap
pinr the virtue and the health of our
children, and they set about in earnest
1 1 era lica e it. The c sequence is a
etato of things that s most saiisfac
tory. I vi-ited all the sch ol prem
ises in the city, even the ward schools,
where many of the ctiildieu 1 are col
oied and which have been the hardest
to- rracit, hoi everywhere"! found
theni, as regards neatness and Sani
taiy voitdiXiOus, almost . pei feet, and
only once did I rind a mark of any
kind upon the walls, and that had evi
teeuily been recently put there and was
in chalk. Ibis very unusual mih! sat
isfactory condition was brought about
through the wise and unremitting
erf .its of. the superintendent,, sus
tained by an intelligent and appre
ciative board of education, .'t he tea-b-er
are; all . peisons of the hiuiiest
character, who are w-orking with the
superintendent in this direction. The
janitors are carefully selected aud iu
stucted, and it is especially their duty
to look after the outbuildings to keep
them clean in the best sanitary condi
tions in regard to fieanlines in'the use
of deodorizers, and if any writ
ing appears it is iramediat y repoited
and measures resorted lo to discover
th- writer, an 1 iu every c:ue where
the superintendent is successrul, the
boy or girl bui .been persoually inter
viewed and prevented from rep ating
the oifense. . This c ireful training for
a number of ye.irs has so created a pub
lic -entimeiit th it for a year past thtre
have i.eeu imi few occasions tor rere
luau ling any pupil for any mi-demeanor
of tins kiao, . and an iafringeujei.t ( f
MjO rule is pn ttv sure io be trorn s ime
oi e who-has come from s 'me other
ci:y an t who ts-th-ivfere ea.-il detect
id. I if -pea?! equally cud allowing can
b- in. ide in otner cities, but this is the
tirt c .se I h ive been made aware of,
i;id 1 gr..t) lej -ice to H.ld that SUCii
work id possibb. A fter -aVceptlt g the
iuvit i' io-i to wt ice this paper, I wanted
to. vii. Ti'peka i.d other places arid
I3nd out wh it they bad been doing in
this di ection, but I, could not. A
friend - w ho v sited one city, reports
h'ith tliesan'tarv and moral conditi. n
tf things a:onlliiig. I myself took
pain last week to go over our own
city, loping 'hat in a University tovu
lik.; Ij rence. w bero we l.iastof oiir
sctiools'jl shotrd find something to be at
leat not a.shitmcd of , but svith two r
three excepiims they were in very bad
condition, nd parents who have never
looked into this '. matter, would be
shocked to knmv . to what influences
the:r boys and girls were subjected.
Bat one success! ul eilort of tlys kind
makes all genuine efforts possible of
ciiee-i-s.'ar'd I hope we shall be able to
pur fy the moral atmosphere, of our
schools after this."
The evidence in the RinJo'.phaud
McKeon ca.se and the arguments were
concluded last" evening and court ad
j uiriied until this morning at 9 o'clock,
when the jury went out and are slid de
bating the quest ion, as no verdict has
been returned. "' -
The case of C. B. Hawkins vs. John
Terrier was taken np. The suit
hai grown out of a controversy over a
deal inasle by the.se paities in the sale
of a team by I'errier to Hawkins. Sam
uel Moon, William Itay, J. H.Buzzard,
W. A EJmi-ton, Geo. W. B .irett, C.
II. .Lyon, J. V- Ray,. J. II. Jaquith,
John Coiberg. B. M. Jones, William
Welts aud C U. W'ilhite decided this
case in favor of Perrier. . . -
Tha following additional decisions
have Lce'n made: .
State of Iva;iS is vs. W.I1. Anderson,
coi.t nued under the s ime" b .nd.
Stale js.'- R. P. Hill and Hichard
L.imon Wt-uger vs. Lizzie K. Noil at
a!.; not to be placed upon the docket
until further order of the court.
'.In the matu-r ttf the- assignment of
Louiu.s ii Looinis, same as above.
C. F. Conklmg et al. vs. John Wil
liams et ul.. same as abovel ' -
In the ussignuieut of Mary Clapp,
same as ahJve.
In thd a.-sinment of C. J. Fiest,
aaine aa above. ' .'.-' " .
Enuiiiie Laughlin vs. F. E. Smith,
c utinurd for service.
U'u. Wakefleld & Sous 'vs.' F. R
iO.i; rei.ort f reference filed, judg
ujeiitja ace-iiiiance. therewith.
'Josepli F, Cuivti vs. A. F. Pack;cun
ti.iui d for service.
X. WiutUtSey vs. T. J. Price; cbn
.la iVC.What"e.ey ys. Samuel Lewis;
disa'.i: se,i, '" - . " :
'i'opeKa Investment company vs. W.
B. Widiaitis j.t al; continued for ser
vice." ' ' '--'.'--.- '
It , F. O'Ni il vs. Santa Fe railroad
company; motion 'for ney trial-overruled,
pi ii. tiff remit, amount allowed
for loss nf tiixie. . - - '
JI It. lldi.der.son'vs. Missouri Pacific
ra li oa.1. c.i:u; an; improperly n the
ducket. : ' : .'-.':- J" :-'-.".
Ai.dci9-n & Duller vs. John Benja
min Ct ai; e 'i tinuej.' . J- ; "
John B. Lale;h vs Emporia Na
tional- bank;. ' motion for new trial
'. C O. Stmiler vs. Waiter Birretf ;
Eiup ri Investment company vs. I
V Spencer; dismissed - Ri Piaintiff's
C'.st. ' - '--"- ."-.-.;. :'
Fiank Harmon- vs. Julia
aud F. E. Strut h; te tied. .
Chas. Joues vs. A. Jones; continued.
Gray Bros, M .anufacluring c.impauy
vs Keticl H Jiimui; judgment for
plalutiff fi.r SI.CTiJ. :
The cases "bf Euvma Heir vs. Michael
Heir and Peasant. Taylor vs. district
84 improfeily. "docket d. .-- ' .
. Lilly, ,Bra.-kett & Co.v vs. Ktezel &
Jiiaa a.ud A. Vt". Clann & Caz anniW-
;iion-for raceiref refused leave given
dc-fe 4 f s t-t li'e demurrtr." . : . -t
W, K. II man vs. Mary E.tLinmaa
j decrt jf iiJ ffrritedi - '
I xn A'.chisn gal is vry cruehdis
; gs;ed witt the Annie Jti.neds ilii er
tles. n s been wearii.-g the d:v?dJ
ea sitirts and corset -waists' fur over a
iin jBta, i and still ba freckls
; Globe. ; -. "- ,;.,-. . . '-'.'--. : .. "
BURKED TO DEATH.
Oae Man Burned to Death and
Fire Persons Injured .
In a Fire at Kansas City Early
A Desperate Gang of EiTer-Pi-.
Indian Murder Mystery
Kansas CrxY, "Dec. 13. -One man
was burned to death and five persons
injured in a flre which occurred here
this morui ng. At four o'clock as OfBce'r
Morlan ifTas w alking his beat, be dis
covered flames issuing from the win
dow of the batk loom of ihfe Oklahoma
house on the corner of Walnut and
ideventh streets. He rushed np the
stairway and going to the
room in which ,the fire was
bioke in the door and dragin from
tne bed a woman named Mtv. AicKeu
nau, diaged her down the btairs and
into the street in au unconseions Con
dition. He then returned to the now
blaziug buiidiug and endeavored to
arouse and warn t ie occupants. In
this he succeded si.'.; werl tb.it all es
caped without injury except four per
sons. Jame Russell, a- huckster'
was -.'burned " to death. Mamie i
Morgan, Relab Barrett. - Jack Smith
and Citarles Marsha!, all jumped from
the third and fourth htury windows,
and. strange to say, all escaped without
fatal iujur e. It is aid that the walls
of the room in which th 3a; originated
were first saturated with c ai oil and
then s t on fire. The building, was a
lodging house, and a . flre-trup in its
TWO WOMEX ASD A CUULD HUSKED.
MiriWAUKEE, Dec 13. A special to
the Evening Wisconsin- from Hancock
Micuigan, eays: The Huron mine oal
ce, a larg buildine formerly occupied
as a store, burned last night. The
second story-was used as a- boarding
house Of the twelve boarders, eleven
were working on the . n'ght
shift. ; One man jumped, injur-"
ing - himself ,-badly.. -Two Fin
lander w omen and a six weeks
old child, perished , in the flames. A
fireman succeeded in getting one of
them to the window, but on account of
the dense smoke was compelled to leave
the insensible woman to ave his own
life. .Portions of tlie" bodies of the vic
tims were found tnis morning. The
books of the mine ofliee were saved.
The cause of tba fire is unknown. The
loss is teveral thousand dollars. .
- '.. .Riw Pirate Ountured.
Cairo, 111., Dec. 13. Eleven river
pirates, eight men and three women,
were captured by Marshal Mahoney
yesterday morning i.fter an exciting
chaso. The gang htl ciroe in a f-hanty
bo;it down tim ilississipi from Alton,
and woikfd ct various points. On
Wetinesday right taty made a raid on
the offices of Nordman'a stave lactory.
cn the Mississippi side of the city, over
powered th watchman and flreuian,"
tilindfoided them, and blw the safe to
pieces, .carrying-off-SCO and valuable
papers. ilarsSisli Mahoney aud a
loss3 armed with Winchesters fol owt d
them xlown the river in a tug and
brought them back with thek .plunder.
A tight was .imwinent when the tus
was sighted by ' the fugitives. lns the
otiicers made them throw up their
hands. Th-e leaiier of the sai.g, hn wri
as Thomas Burin. ""proved to be Torn
O'Dowd. who was s nc to Juliet peni
t -utiary from Chicago for nix years
out p!ayed the iiiitioity i1rri'e fbetv
and was sent to the jankakH asylum,
tiora which place Uej eseaiiU lid has
three years yet to serve.
. A Mystory.
IIammonu, Indiana, .Peccember
13. Father evidence that a' mur
der was Committed . near the s;;ot
where the bloody relics wtie fouid
December. 4 came to J:glit yestr'rday.
Iu the wooils along the Calumet' rm r
were found a rusty batchtt 'nXi a
nioken handle, a butcher knif cov
ered with b Ood and a pack-ice wi
tiiiiiiiuz a vest. Iu the lett ha ul p :k
et were found a small tttle or sti:k
ub-.t-ctnce, a few revolver cartridges
and a letter beinuiiig "Dear bir
li g," and fciiriied "Yur Loving Mk,
3u2u." The letter was evidently, writ
ten by a woman. Tt expresses pltasuiy
.at 'he. receipt of a letter from Kansas
City, a desire. u se- the p ty ad lre.'sed
and Sfvs: "N'htxiy . believes von done
it.." The band writing ol the letter hv
exactly iike that cf the letter found
with oilier articles on December -L
'.Haasis Caiaaiittee a Elections. .
- Washington, Pec. ,13. The house
committee on elections held -its first
meeting and effected an irg4n"2ation
this morninir. - Chester Bowell, of Il
linois, son of the chairman, was se
lected clerk, a S'.ib cooo'nilt e ou ruls
was selected, coruds'ing--f the ctini--man.
Messrs. Houk. Cooper, Ciisp and
O'Ferrall. This sub committee will
be charged with the arrangement of
the seventeen contested election cases
now" awaiting settlement.''. The com
mittee will meet ajaiu, subject to call
wiien tne sun committee is ready to re
- - - .- Died at Hi Post.; -
Bbumisoham, Abu, Deo. 13. W. B.
Allen, a well-known, engineer of the
Georgia Pacific railroad, dropped dead
on bis locomotive at L"edi yesterday.
Ho was unweilbnt insisted on fulfilling
his dotv and wctit out as usual.' lie
notto L'-eits.w hen be reached for the air
orake nd inutead of graspiny; tn an
dla ft-1! in the fireman's aim.r with the
"Xciamation, -Oti.Tay God." ami .died
iln was Cuter OI aivisi"tl t jiromer-
novi of Locmotive Engineers of At
latita. He le.tves a wife and children.
., ... -. Stritsers Casaeressfui. --- -- -Loxjtwh,
Dec. 13. The strike of the
men employed ia the gas bouse of thd
S atit Metropolitan company was ef
fected peacefully.: Twelve-, hundred
men who weie engaged to" take the
stiikcrs p'aces, enteil the works un
i!er the escort of police. A crowd out
side the , works groaned them. Tfte
picketa ported tv the strikes to inter
cept ibesi men wereoutwit-'ed and un
able to ohjtruct tliesr entrance.
" rarn.II Will Stwai. f ."
LosDoji, Doc. 13. Phs ann-ioticB-nent,"over
his own tignatuie, of 51 n
ParheTs convalescence-rttid the prola
bi'ity ibat ha w"ilt spe;.k "at Nottingham
next 'wen; are a source' of g Hlitk-ation
to bis fi ien Js and 'a li'. s, i; il as a
cause of Mntiovar.ee to the toele. w t o
i fcad hopej that he w nw n-1 he s.n.e
b .ldiy accu-.ei fcita cf Miuixg il.'ne--
i ... .. ... .-. i . . . ,p ......
upon wn t ground -s.km. an awi H-a
was cuiidejit. is ircpisibi toc c4v.?.
-' - : '" - ---"y-xi S" I
Tcfc-L.v. r :.. n
ert I Slid ,:f f.. V: b-:ari"vS.;:-W
driveu from Hinda!:. it-cii.trf , v. e..t
to B.Ti'isKviw cinirih' t iixci ou vf
tow" " her; Vre-:iT..sVsy. liiiil'.t-I-i-y
w ere -it tacked " I j th p.-cpT- at te
-!',if a uue'.i 't. severely l.ey.e. snd
driven aw a. -Ti-e I-aoa s.r jtoviu.i 'vu
w- still' a-jbli.-wToitti, t.r, te
there h&Vi W,irn't l':C-: to lei."K c
ctattiiiiii 'tft.ift irif'tv'j- cf
pills aj t'.vj
tifiid.ai oa The lfKayU sUiiiUv. -:
Chicago. Die. 13, -wj,ir.i
l C ".tats OX t t M.'.iZ ir:OC-s - 1 1 r- ; .
j th3 city yestcr'-i? ' ;ci ' t'ue--r y '-io?,-,
yet vrn-thir-it'-jo to c!'e 't-""- "u3:t cJ
:r i ey. ?t, territory io : th. .D.:-.-t s t
A Tew Puints Abont the baaa of tba Pfear.
' eoht Gleaaed From a ConvertaUon With
Ir. Watson. - .
In company with Bev.'Hervey of the
V. P. Church, a represecUtive.ot the
Xews called on Pr. Watson.at the res
idence ef lira. Bamett, on west Xinth
street, where be is now visiting. The
friendship between the two families is
very warm, and dates baclcto the time
in. the 80s . and 70s, when Pr. Watson
ana vr. iiarnett. were associated in
missionary fcork in Egypt. V Pr. Wat
son is a very pleasant gentleman, very
ananie and a ready, conversationalist.
Ue does not look at all like a man who
had lived twenty-eigbt years among
thi Aralis r'niifa un.l V.!!uhn.
, ...nuvcu, VI
Egypt. On the contrary, be iooks jnst
like the average American, and would
he taken f r a successful man of af
fairs, or a minister of some well-to-do
congregation. ' -. Watson, inclined
to be a tittle ftout jb, is a very aarree
able lady of qnit ana winning man
ner, and is a sister of Pr. McVickar of
wasuDurne coiieke. at ioiieka. -
Tlie doctor went as a missionary for
we. unitt-u fre-Uiy terian churcn to
Ejypt in 1861. He found Pr. harnett
aheady oa toe ground, baviuir landed
in that couutry as a missionary a few
yew s -previously. They were located
at" Cairo where they worked together
until Dr. Harnett, throueh labium
health, was torced to return to Amer
- Asked as" to the progress made in
Ejypt in missionary o.k, the doctor
replied ttiat such work was necessarily
slow, tiwiug to tlie dense iguoranee, su
perstition and degmued character of the
natives. The languages of the peo
ple, the Arabic aud the Tm kish, must 1
be learned, schools and missions or
ganized, aud native techer3 educated;
and drilled m the work of teaching aud
evangelizing among their own race, i
There 'are-a"-number of schools, an i
academy and a college conducted by
the missionaries in Cairo for the train
ing of native ebildreu in the ways of!
Christianity. . Not . ail of theoe so
trained, the doctor eays, stick, but
many do. There are in" Cairo quite a
number sf native Chriatiau t-eut-btrs
among the Egyptians. But little at
tention is paid to education among the
people outside of the mission schools.
The only schools are a few academies
maintained by the government to edu-:
cate young men for positions io gov
ernment oihces. The control of affairs
iu Egvpt ia nominally in the Khedive,
but iea!ly In the hands of th8 English,
whose firm hold on the couutry in th
form of a protectorate insures a regu
lar and orderly administration. The
land is mainly ow ned by the govern
ment and tilled by the Fellaheens, au
ignorant aud tamely submissive class
of peo; le, the descendants of the an
cient Egyptians, who rent the land
from the government at from $3 to $6
an acre. The principal crop is wheat,
but a number of other things aia pio
duced in large quan ties, cotton among
them, and onions. Of course the ara
ble land of Egypt is coEfined lo ibe
valley of the ..Nile,.- which at Cairo
i3 . about ten '", -miles wide,
and prows - broader as" the
mouth .f that celebrated river is ap
proached .I2D- miles lower down. -A3
c e a-;Cetids the Xilet-the valley grows
narrow er. -
Cairo is aiarge place of 400,000 top-nbiti'i-iiv
and is the capital of Egypt.
The main pait of the-city is as we 1
built' as European cities of like s.ze,
ani iou'i-tiS as much wealth and
fashion. ith(l years ago to be plague
stricken when tTlwgortaiity among the
natives was fiightTuTti&i.ihe draining
and fihi.-iir -up of a couplefc"re4rs!iy
iaKs in the middle of the city. Arid
v.i.er suuitiry pi-toatitiuiis have ban
ished plagues, and pestilence. The
cater p:uts - of - it are populated by
firftives. and are squaiid, filthy and the
rcbitc-i.u're piiinitive as in tlit. days of
Fbaraolt. Froia Cairo to Alexandria
on the .V'odcterraue in. the distance is
lUO rciies. with two lines of railroad,
one in each side of the 2;il,j. -The run
is made iu tour hours.
The Pyramids and Sphinx stand
about twelve miles from Cairo on the
ve.ga of a. -'-shttutiy ' elevated- plateau
' ci r;i;ir on ibo outer lii eof tho .Nil J
vai.ey. Of ciHii!-e they are iu p'aiu
vitrvv cf ilie citv and every time .Dr.
Watpon ' sits dowb to meals, his eyes
rest on Cueops the biruest of tliem, A
beauT-ifuiiy. terraced driveway, lined on
eitU-r .tide with over urchiiig Ac-ci.-ia
trees, extjisds the entire distance
troto lhu..:ity to the Pyramids, and
tii C".: sao .is irom ail pails of the world
vi; '8 ti.t- o a in: tia .lv. . --
UnnuiuV-red entttriea of oppression
::5Ui.' bl ;
a . 'i t ey
:ta:im1 .b Evpt'an inass s.
a e of course, i'ihora'it, sli. tli-
till lil-ii-.' c
: ?'i li-r-niMve-il n-i! w;'f.r?.li-
ti iw. T;ny are ad M..iiafiiiaeira-n,
except th-- ha nui ul evang Hze-d. by the
m'3-i'.t: ri'-s. The climate is te lint
and an ni St all 8' a-ins, so they j-eni
t.ut iitt 13 t s i'-r.t'u tiietn. The s-il is
ti'igidy prcifii-tive, but the taxes b.eing
h:h, they are. left M-t a l-r uiss
teui-e. .txfut one third -of the men
Can read a lut, nr.d. b'trdly any
i f the Mx-men. . In fact, the woman
wh i can T'-a i is eoTini.iercd worse than
a ii:.it!(i ckintr witii s.- -
Pr. Waisou tuet Ftanlev- in Cairo
thr e years ago w hen be -was
on h's v?bv to-the Cougo country in
fcta-cii of Etnin. Ho w.s greatly: im-
piesitfd . with tl exi'lorer s strtngtn
and solidity of character. -.
Asked as tj what be thought of the
efforts of Bucli'nieu aa Gordon? "Emin
aud the Europeans to accomplish any
any g k d in the Equatorial provinces,
the doctor shook bis head - and said he
thought but- little of such efforts. '
G'udi n, hn sid, left Cairo in 1874 to
eo to Ktiattoum, as governor of the
Equatorial provinces, against the ad
vice f all his friends in Cairo, who
felt that such a step was suicidal in the
extreme. But, deaf to-the. advice of
everyone, ne. persisted in eoingy and,
as we all know, met with an inglorious
death at the bands of the natives. Be
fore he bad been in Khartoum two
wt eka, be tent to Cairo begging help
Tbe-English government sent General
Lord U'olseley with an army to bis
nid. but before they could reach Khar
toum Gordon was no raore. So the
English, "having marched up - tha. hill,
marched down airaiu, Emin, who ac
companied Gordou . un the Nile to
Khartoum," weiif, under orders from
Gordon, to the south west, wfcerfl be
should take comurotnd with .headquar
ters at Dado, or Wadolai. - ThHie be
remained evr since, managing to hold
tisat portion of lha bquatoiial provin
ce t! ndr Ui control, uutil rescued
and carried, out cf tap country tlie
otb'T day bv Stanley."
Th doctor and Mrs.- Watsoo. leave
Sa.uidav tuT Gamett where they wiii
make a hort viir, -a-nd tben : po to
fi.-ir home tnWaukejh county Wiscon-
sir. where th?y win remain until next
tall when they will return to Cair j. ,
: ' Will rr.ivi te Work.
Berlin, Pes.' 12. The Laiidsrathof
Gelsenkirclien has announced that he
is rend to provide work for all unero-
pl0ji;d minets, - ; :-. ' .',.-. -
.-VT Uliii-re--c'-oViagr.- out B'ih-
jf L DVF02. & :.'Co:iin-
tnoasB stock, of -"book?
aaci: .--'t'-itioy ary.: : .'-.Sa a
Ktiz . eJsowhre ia this i
sue, .--: - ;'- 'V.::;'
A PraziH-in Jtan-af-War. '-:
- rViRT1S MON'KCE. VI. 1)62. 12.
A. rijan f w.ir fl-injr tb nw Brz'tiao
A ;cr js,td in for Xoifojk b s mj-n-
iai..-..'. . -- ..;;":-:--; --..-;-..': -: .-
: . Vri- Mu her-il Ci.rtaic,- FI.."ii-.Seld,
in..',- n..:.e.4 finest iterant.'-- ih l " she
i;s'rht cold,- w'hu-ri -w-tt'0-i- on Lee
Uv-g'.X h" trv'-iie 1 for a rnir?ti
by her fr.mi'y piit-'i-;;-rr-, bat .?v,v
wors. 'U toid tfT.'e Wa it'p-.
U viistira "i c .hnum'tlon tit
!? irf -l.tir.e c-nd-lc-" e her. Re;r!r.'C-ti-c
z.f'-ed Ir. Kind's 2"b-.v - 7f.s
-:iri-ry j-cr C5i.?-m;.rj r.T h b-a
bott'e p-d t fc?r d;?j?iif -f r;n-i- fcv
HCat-d tCv'IU first --:g.'T th"
) corriiMi.'d ita ftpd cftcr t.a-:i-g is-i
tHr.Uif-niid htiry sou; '" a? ! -wc J.
i .iiax hr-r wt fcoaswwnrk (.-d i aa
ca-i as pb evr wii9" Ttn-o trial -
;le! of ; ti-.is Gr-st D:r:--vn-. .--t . 1-1.
I vrhtt'don'a Drp" 5;re.'-'3sr 'r-,'tllR
i .-..: .-cd :l.c. " . . ; -
The Importance ci purifying the blood can
cot be overestimate, lor without pure blood
yon cannot enjoy good health. .
- At tills season nearly every one needs
good medictoo to purify, vitalize, and eurtcS -tlie
blood, and we ask you to try Hood's
Psrf if la BsrrsapariUa. It strengthens '
rcUUllctr puilda np Uie eystera,
creates an appetite, and toues the digestion,
while it eradicates discaie. The peculiar
eombuiatlon, proporton, and prepara'ioa
ot the vegetable remedies use J gfva tc
Hood's Sarsaparilla pecr.l-"T-" 4.0f
iar cnratiTe. powers. Jia " 1 15 wll
ether medicine has such aruet rdcf wonderful
cares. It yon have niaiia vp yoar mjr.d tc-l-uy
Eood's &Arsaparil!a do cot bo IuJucshI
take any other insteaiL It is a Pecu!Ui!
Medicine, an 3 is wortt-y your eouMeafp.
Tfrtz-.r! GTWiinf. WTl 'a .'rl r-v 11 A r-t r' a
flepared Ly C L Hood & Co., Lowell, Sla.-?.
Wbenyottarebuylufffoi'oi remember thAt Utere i
ouvn ts i units sv it iirit,-; uL
to too cef. It is bet- ue io
pay a fair price and pet
Kooa wows iiKellutch
uV. They ar; uiatie t .
w KcreU hkHis in ttief f wr i
uinuerarxf are v ar-f I 1
I ranted to be the ino.ti
J servu'eahie mar.c. If ou'
ant tu know nre aUtut
vt ia general anil v
it (jarticiiiar. eiii'iot)
srampfor l.-us twvit About
;toe. It vili int. -rest
v. hc Bj a i;,jfvnn! r-rPM ity
nit; ji bu . en n iroi-a
agSH-n'? LOST VIGOR, '
fT, l-; (sanntl all Kidney and Biao tr
"srsijp 3 'iuilii ultios, ci.n i,nd portec
8 t-Si i -'...I fiss health ana viiwr withont
fa S S i v eit-o;iiach nifilii-iition. scut
eV WS i -Sfalt-.lon r'.-i--i.tof fciuaip.
MARSTOM REMEDY t0H 13 rark HaceKcw YcA.
Wiuttr Exfursious, via. the S:iuta Fe ltoitia.
The 'harvest excursion" St-astm it
pnt,a?m tho Santa F route, ple-issd
witri its Bucce.a in each orluos fxeur-
gions, aaayi cornea to the t'ruuc with
rtll' another inducement fer peui!-to
travel via that poouiar line, tu the Vi ay
round trip excursion tickets, ut
trreatly reuuceil rat-s, to pritictpat
piintd in Old Mexico, New ilexico and
lexus; mso Aiset, h. 12. , Auiinta, a.
jjirtmnirriani, Ala. JJrunswick. Ga.'.
Callahan. Fin., Charleston, S. C Jar:k
bonvillf t'Li., Mobile. -Ala., New Or
leans, La., bavarmah, Git., Tliouias
vilie, Oa., limited not. to reiurn later
tlianjuly I, lKiO. Transit limit to
poiuts in jSt-'.v Biexicn, old .Mexico anu
Texas will be thuty days each way; t'
other points above, transit limit will te
Qft een day a each way.
TicKets are also now on sale to prin
cipal muririt points iu Calilorni.!-, ulso
i'iiccmx and 1' eacott, Ariz.. Portland.
Ore., good for six montiis. with going
rmit tixtr it ivs. jij Vea.is. Jli.t
Sprin?, X. M.. Oden aud SaitLali
"X'ity, Uta'a, Itiaho and Montana, good
ror ninety uays; transit liicir-, ttiiitv
days each way. .StoO-ovi r pnvi;e-'e
tlhi'.Vf-dn.' all tourist tickets within
tra.- sii liroits. . - .- -
Full 'information cLcerfnilv civen
rulaiive to routes arid rates. Sift:-i rig
rates r.nd other special rat.e-j tovointn
on the A. T. vt S. F. It. E. out ted
on amilieati"n. Sietrii i ear accom tao-
ilation secured, and bacjjae checKerf
to fiestir.M! iun. Cj:11 ii or a.iviieyg
Ii. E. TouR'NGifiN Atrf-nt, Emnciia.
Geo. T. ' icni itsos. .
G F. & T. A., A. T. A S. F. It. R.
Tope-ka, Kaua.13. .
il-TII AND 2EAUTY.
S. rift's SfX'Cif.c h:8 cared my little niccf of
v ; e f-tl -.: of iho vnt type : 5?o? th.-.ir
. y n y i-'in-cii of b- a caive o tt of ttr ltrq. h ho
va iwt t" l io v.a k f.j' ci-ht nionih-. and a-a.
rutch. a a yea.. The doctcra advim-d nr( u
" rr.;!u.i, lur I ref need, and put bit cn S. y. ii
Sije i now an acil am! piayf j! c any cl.i .1.
- .U-u. Ams---! GsEause, Coio-nf-u G; .
x Treatise on Blood and Stin Dieease aialito
- free. - . ,
S axiT Sficiric Co., Di-an 3, Atiaiiti. r;
Fuysicaily. Speaker Il-n! i-i ; the
larcest roan io ttie. house. Me wtirhs
s much as ex-Presiiient Clevciau-i and
i-i taller. lie is an accomplished
French' scholar and reads every new'
bo. k pub'istitUJn l'avis. ' "
zWhei .Yau 6o Sotita.
Yiw uif.b to bo fully nforiiit-d; as
to lite cheapest, moat; direct. utj!
most pleasant - route. You will wi.-ih
to purchase your ticket via the Toute
that will subject you to no delays
and ty wmciijthroui-n trnins ait ruti.
Uel'ore you start, you sltouid provide
vourseif with a man and time table of
t he Memphis " route (llans-is Oil v.
Fort Scott &, Memphi3 It. .li.). the
onty diraet route from and via Kan
sas City U all points iu Fastem . bud -
feouthern Ji.ansas, bvat'iwest j-siissouri
od lexas. Vracticuly the onlv
ror.t from .the west to all southern
cities. , Kot'.re trains with I'uUioan
Palace sleepintrcars and free reclinini?
chair ajus, Iacsus Citv to i.Iem-
rhis; tlrrooh -t first ' class crnch . '
iv nans-OSt v to - Ohatanoot-a.-"" Knox
vit!e and liristo'; through fleepia car,
Kansas t. ay taisew Ur'ean.-n. Tbis is
the direct route, and many niiles t'ae
nor W-.fi t una to I.iU i- k, Jlot
Spring?. areka Rn'riasd. " Foit Wraith;
Van -ilurcn, i svetteviue, linu ail
points in ArkME.saa. Sird f.jr a large
tna Snul lor it eopy -t th M'paco-
ri an l.ausas hariiifr, an ci:it t;'
iUustr-ited oaper; coniiuirj? fail nrid
rciiabia irifortuatiiiti ii, relation to the
trrt KtiUeg .f .Mfwonri -nn'd -K .itu-aH,
issued monthly cud mailed fter-. . ;
. ; Address, J. E. Loc k woor,
. & T. A., Knw Wty, Mo.
; KedneeU IUU' for tlie HoIMsyn.
The Santa Fe R-mte will sell tickets
during- the holidays at 4"ne fare for
the nwd tiio" to all po'.o.-.t on its
lines will. in 203' miles cf eflTiiS sta
tion. "1'ickets wiil on F!e Dec-m-ler
24. 2-3 and Sbst. 1SS9. aod January
1st. 1890. - They will fi limited tr January-
M. ISUft.- ant will be ;oi d - for
pxssce io -!'. Lr diitetUm npto and
mcS-udinsr-that date. Fr t ickt-ts and
iiih-rnsfltion reardir.R train Eftvice,
connirCiiot-K -t.,- call
K. F. ToftiitN iov.'A ul,
"- " :. 'EuTpo'-la Static n.
ornddrefi 'Geo. T. rcaoi.N,
ii. V. JSi T. A., A T. & S. F. !l. B, ,
: T0 k:. J.JHS..
Two kinds of lamp-chimneys
: one break 3 ; the other.
Joes not. Which" do. 3"OU tIiink:
yonr grocer or glassraaa would
ratrer scil r
If you buy the bre:
you're buyin'T all tho time
3'ca buy the not-breaker, hs
niay.net live to scll youanotli-
er Y cu kr.ov -hirn .v
I do ycti think hci rather you'd'
'buv? : - . "
1 The one that ce-n't break is
I called-'the .-Fc url-iop " . s nd
i looks like lib 'Cr. thetop of
it ; ms-de by ;- .
1-7- C"'-' T5'.i-c-i-rn -
HQ IT Ei BRANCH.
WitHo.-t th ueof the knifn orcausttco, nt
permanent S' oared. Also FILES and flTC
LA? cur.i without the use at tho kuifo or
ligature, but by & . .
Mew aaa Easy Treatment
tiiatdop not interfere with the business .
v - . of the patket. All dffieasuf, or
feurgieal Opera lions oa tho J
. A SPECIALTY. , - "
. AJ3 those of the head. . Every case of
Catarrh Positively Cured
By a peasant treatment at 'om or office. A
niaJ-Tity of ail CONSUMPTIVE CASE also
oured by te now and improved proteoses and
remedl'.-s. . Ail . .
DISEASES of WOMEN
A MUST SUCCESSFUL fPECIALTr.
- Ovarinn Tumors removed and cured; also
C cemnoG, Knlarin-men'8, I'rolapsus, L u
oruc;,fte. Ail private and bioil diseases,
ih..ti.-oi tue skiu and kidney, of eithur sci,
etuil cured at
Medical k kiml IasliMi
EVE AND EAR -IXF1RMART;
No. 10 East Sixth -Ave.
Emporia, - - - Kansas.
Cjv'I at thf Instituto. or trrito fur mftdical
eivv:,;.- nod iueiiou list. Consultaiiou in
ptis..n fir ly uiuil rrte and confldrntini.
litis. lt)i)M EUJSoKf.-Phj-tbiansniKl
i-unteiios In Charsft .
LUXU-iY AkO f AST TI VH.
Ma-rnificeut Vestibule Express trains
built expressly lor this service with
ail Uu uesuiiitiproveaittits now run
tlaily e.ich way between Chicaijo and
t'oi n. ikr' uu. ovrr the Gruust J-iock la-
lat.d K-j-ttfi riine lo hours. Ihisisa
pi-,.'f;i:ui.'iy afpoiiittul series of continu
ous j'arMr .on wheels, ioc-ludijair ele
graiii ditrii: and r-alace sleeping cars.
No in :.y. no cnat, i;o swaying of
crniciu.-s". 110 col"l draughts of air, 110
siamrahi'? r f liocrs, but restful comfort
the. e.iitii1 j'"-riey. potentatu - of
the old world travels in a mere princo
ir sftv!8, or foinxuands in'OHter luxuries
01- nioie cf tb.in. than tiiose 'oinK west
cr-.n no".- enj.f. if ticketed to or from
Couueil Blnif ? via the Great Iiocfc Is
land llotite. This train u!so connects
;t Omaha with the '-Overland Flyer,"
goirsa through to and from Chicago aud
San Francisco-, Portland, Oregon, and
Lou Angeles, in hours. Tickets aod
rutt's by Use Hock Island. Vestibule no
hijj-her than are charcced by lines hav
ing freatlv inferior acerwatnorjations.
Fre Ili-llniTiar Chair Car to Vncblo,
Cuirtlu !riU!;, and Dtarer, Cl
The '"Santa Fe Route"' is now run
ninjf free reclining" chair cars between
Kansas City and Denver on daily
rains leaving Kansas City at 11.10 a.
m., and Denver at 1.20 p. m. These
cars axe entirely new, and have been
built expressly for this train, are fitted
with alj the modern appliances for
both 'Convenience and safety, and are
uneqnailed by ar.y cars run between
the ' poJntd heretofore. Xo Hue can
oiler you tetter accommodations than
the. old iv liable "Santa Fe Route.'"
For any information desired regard-intr-rates,
through car accommoda
tions, timo of arrival and departure of
trains. &c, call on any aent of the
Santa Fe. w address.'
FrEO. T. XlCHOLfiONx.
I. Jc T. A . , A. T & S. T. It. R. ,
Jlad?lo;i had not universally been
Kijc.esst.al. "Proverbial Philosophy"
Topper once defeated him in a contest
on a theological essay.
"My mo'lii-r t: -: T a
u-ii? Pubis's C-i.-'A..
Oqvrovm tor ne " ' r ;
proBtratit-n, mros p .
lei by a l:i.O':ii'-!!.i.
etc. and 11 ha.-i i.-n-.'
her a v-ouaoi 1.
.C is t'.io only Uis;l-
luo ibat slrunO
eas ths nns.'
O. 11. BE-it-s,
I am in my 84th ynar. tlavetx-t-tt 8ffi!rt'H l--saverul
wnyii coulct iiot sleep. bvl n.i m'i '
i o c.iurasrc. low (spirits. I ciaimeiHi?a us:r. ;
I-,:i'-'s IVlery ( oinpoi:ud, an i Tel!, reli.-t r-i
ltin nitrl oy af'-'-i- usa. It. Icuwbave a i..-.
a-i-,i?uix3 ana can siwp wu. iiy pii iu i.ii.i
cd'oiasj-e or.; alm -st like tliaeof a youns u;ui. '
S. C UrsKAlo, li, V., Goutil'-s, Ijs.
itrpnthr-D? and tiullds up tho old, an4 run -tiii'lr
uiiirij)Ui.-i. Iiheinnallurn, luUlires' 1od i
iii-.-vousuftis ywu dniukiy totiw curative po. .
cf taiae'iCel.-.ry Co.upouiuL
A Perfect Tonld and InylijOrator, It
CiVES NEW LIFE.
"I nm now e years old and hura tried evcr?l
rrniedl-.-A bat no:i" liart auy effect uutll I ny .1
ri:ie s c;ii-y Coninoiind. I leel entireiy air-f-
rnut iar tin gliort'time I have umsl It. Ieo
walk lie.trly gtrtlKiit, aiej sound and weU, iuC
f.;l as UtoiiKli tlU-cv Wi new Uo and cuervy
cuioiiig iuu ity whole vy&na." - -a.
Sirucs. CleTCland. Tenn.
rutre's tviory Cotanonnd ia of unequal
vauie to v '.-otiioh. It srretitnbeiM tho nerves,
r.H uiai f-i klnovs and lias wonderful cowrt
ln i ui-i;.".-! - pjt.mul ateases attU whlcu o
wa it-iaai-enuy euHer.-
ii per fcattta. Six for S3. At Druggist ' .
- "W;- Lfr., iticHAHSS! S. CO., Burllngtoa Vt
oi i -i:;n r-. in Same and IXAnr.
tfliii.iUniJ L-Fto S'xJumj can Equal litem.
I may. ttlvmp a4 tj
The street car and .era down to the M.
K. & T. railway oilice, &1! ye people o
laz north, south, west or east, and
theit you can jret rates to any and all
points in'the world. Trains running
through --o Si. Louis with reclining
chairs freo. without chanee, making
one r htiivo for all points east. .Con
nect inrr at Council Grove and Junction
City for all points wes.t and northwest.
ove-V the smarner routes for' Washinn
ton.and the-pacific coast, al-ioinit-t
eftnnoctio!i for ail Texas and Mexico
iHiintM. Sl.rnoffh tbs , heautifiil Indian
Territory, - weinsr the wild Indian in
1:U cf.T home.. .' -,
Fra e. . 2L Kest.BKiJt, gen .
Ilaiisjs hs concluded to recognize
the powers tiiat be. A new postoface
near Topeta bas been named Wanaioa
ker. . - -
Tiaaio on & p&c!cg of COFFEE U
uraaite of excoUenca.
COFFES is kept ia all first-class
g-tisroa tror the Atlantio to the Pactac
J"to:; .;(.oivi,i,tj IW im
w U- .mid
tj t kcifr can Nnm om
mm s i .n mrm ft-" . A) th work vera
tr,1 tJo i r ab- ou T atr jrvw
fer j ml tf ,x'tMn rvi 'ixxxi ijout jon ihatrwTfi::
i rr.-'Sc (.ituvws ti -Tn sow tBrtd.
fttr4 tin w e fv .i. V. li ffct. Afs
en re- n r ix t p- r awS upwaril A-kfw,
feua&ua w i'OK ForUft4, &.imt
ICS OK CrilCCua ?AlCt(
n p Sv I i
-. ... . t
: - -- '. . j- '
" -7 t ft
1 i Lf, J
vlil icaj W : . 6 r? .
Staple and Fancy Groceries V
Wnlch will t I..OW ?PR CASH
or ilit3(l . f jr IroJne.
Southwest Corner of f ?r,rta Aveaua and Com :
- lESrcial trct ,, ..
EMPORI.C . KAKSA
Genersl BANKING Business.
(Graduate or the Penn. Col.
Surgery C.a of "3 1
OerrRATioxs I?eqi'irixo Artistic.
FRACTICAr. AKI MANirtTLATlVTE -;'
SlilUL A bl'ECIALTY. '
S E. Cor. Filth & Commercial, -
- OVEK BVKDKEV'S.
IXAtiai mm .
am iiow piling a'l of iny attention to Auc
tirinHriji Ful.lla Sulfa, and w.ll giiaraot
satiDfactK.n. t"harnt I0 ptrdav. Allordfr
Wi at tue Stw, office will Iw v'ron ptlr ex- -cuteU.
H. W. BUVSON.
W. II. RICHARDS,
"TTeteuixary stT:oEo?f, (Gradaate
V of Ontario Veterinary CoUese),
TreHisnil (lintief domestic animals.
Calls uijjht or day promptly attended.
Othee at Gdchrn-t Hros , Emporia,
Kaesas. Telephone, it. 8ti.
Tes. t luiii-e. POMH aod EXTli ACTS D. at
WHOLESALE PKIOES to CONSVfMEKj?. My
wo production. Write for particulars. Bat
iisf notion (rur.anteiJ.
U. L. GB-iHAM, Aiuartst,.
New M WoeBy HeralQ
0NC DOLLA Ii PER YE All !
Best and Chsipast -Family Papr
in th9 United States.
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUB- 1
During the year 1S90 it will even ex
ceed itsejf in the variety of its con
tents and its efforts to please its sub
scribers. New features will be added
to its regular ?epartrneiits, including-
ITS WELL KNOWN brEClALTTES ARK:
Practical Farming and Gardening, t.
- rrogress in Science,
Woman's Work, -
Stories by the Best Authors,
Literature and Art,
Choice Flashes of Wit and llumor,
Exclusive News for Veterans.
IXFORMATIOX ox ALL SUBJ ECTS
JAMES GOBION BEXNETT,
.ViW TOHK HlHilD, '
Nev York Oir.
Only Geo iiollar Pep Year.
Do not fall te sulicXbs-ne-
for the -NEW
Woven WifD FshdIhi
. WSH2 f " --r-sVVsroR0DQ3&lvaK
ROQ TO $2 PE ROD.
All And wijliii. rritrh. trlbTM'ir
In tl,l liw -if nr-mla. KhxIl.hT rili. lr.frTTlon triM.
-il . ..- .. .' . 111
Th ETT3TEHS' QtriDil is
issued March ami Bept.,
eeach year. Zi is en ency
clopedia of useful liafia-.
m at ion for il who pur.
chase tha luxuries or tbu
necessities of Uie. "Wo
ca clothe you and furnish you with
nil the neoossary and nnnecessary
applisnooa to ride, waii, dance, sleep,
eat, fith. bone, -work, go to churoi.
or stay at home, and in various size,
styles and quantities. Juat figure out
yhat In required to do aU these thine
CCr.f OiTTIBLt. nd you can make a fuxr -etimte
of tbe value of the BtrEliS'
OUIDS, wh!nj wta be - sent upon .
i-eoeirjt of 10 cents to pay postage,
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. :
111-114 MichierRn Avenue, ChloBRO.UU
A 6o4 Xeu
" Ti br-rhtstt tf Vu MJriHt W V
innfaiw." sptir.jfieiii Rtpubltcsn, AXjrrIawr
FIVE GREAT SERIALS: .
THAT BO V CIO. By William O. Stod
dard. Young andolcl will follow Gideon'a ,
adventures and his sister's on their father's
acres with laughter and breathless interest.
THE NEW SENIOR AT ANDOVER.
by Herbert D. Ward. A serial of tcbool
liie infamous Andover - our Kugbv. The "
boys, the professors, the lodgings, the fun.
"THE SONS OK THE VIKINGS."
iy HJalmar Hjorta Boyesen. A right
down joily story of moUem Korse boys.
80NY AND BAH, one ef the best o the
Mary HartweU CaUierwood serials. -
SEALED ORDERS. By Charles Rem
ington Talbot. An amusing adventure
tory of " wet sheets and a flowing sea.
CONFESSIONS OF AN AMATEUR
PHOTOGRAPHER. By Alexander
Black. Six practical acjl amusing article.
1.UCY PERVEAR. First of a aeries of
graphic North Carolina, character sketches
by Margaret Sidney. .
TALES OP OLD ACADIE. Twelve
powerful true ttoric by Grace - Dean
McLeod, a Canadian author. -
THE WILL AND THE WAY STO-
. RIES. ily Jessie Benton Fremont. -About
men and women who did rreat things
in the face of seeming impossibiiitie. . "
THE PUK-WUDJIES. By L. J. Bridg-
man. The funny Iftdian Fairy Folic
BUSINESS OPENINGS FOR GIRLS
AND YOUNG WOMEN. A dosen
really helpful papers by Sallie Joy White.
Twelve more DAISY-PATTY LET
TERS. By Mrs. Ex-Governor Clafiin.
TWELVE SCHOOL AND PLAY
GROUND TALES. The first will be
" LAMBKIN ; Was He a Hera or
-Prig? " by Howard Pyle. the artist.
tSr' Poi-cani Vte aud Caib Friig. -
SHORT STORIES siXtid from thousands i
fcanta Claua on tk ,.V9retbi Cert.
Ojriotie M. Viil. HUftno. V.uj,jn lreMoa Oi.-
KOW Tom JU99DJ WlliO. Mm. H.
fcucmirr. The Icun of Snow-til oo Ifora
COO. CTOU f . P Kretnont. loily t the iio,.
kitchen. It!t W. i,TTEjn. Trailins? Arbatun.
Keiuiij Birrtertrrtli. G01deni&rs3.rS. Jaju.
kmdv. Petrsry's Bullet. Kats I'nra f:ir
Simeon and Bancho Penza iie!s"f
t?vs Revolution, ilia Krnley bcud. C
DiSlcuities ot a Darlintr. L. a. w
" Ota Good Turn. Frvewtt Spoti. a.
ILLUSTRATED ARTICLES, ncr-hie:
Doiiii of Noted Women. MiitKy'rrSewfini.
Howto Build Military Bnow-cort. s
c":d West i'uit.Ler. How til Coaa&cic Play
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