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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 26 November 1880

jiS?' i,3kfi'J.rr' -fi-iix" Tis ?TS5a "5Ew i!"5! .MBC ' -6- v" K-o T? - - wiSS - 7H. .sji'rjfc3rf4rts3 S -f?r. ' J8g9UK33i'av!i .- - J rfrwakRgfe &feg - - "-j rti .-"- S.. j T-a.' 39 THE -IOLA EEGISTER. Irnhllahed Xraj Friday. IOLA. KANSAS. TOPICS OF THE DAY. News from Everywhere. PERSONA! AMD POLITICAIi. - Ret. James B. Corbihgtoh, D. D., for GO yean a Methodist minister, a cotem porary of and co-worker with Peter Cart wright, and a quarter of a-century ago nard Iy less famous than that great preacher, died at the residence of his son, Eev. Jamea "F. Corrington, in St. Louis, on the 16th. Got. Wiltz, of Louisiana, has ap pointed Hon. T. C. Manning United States Senator, vice Spofford, deceased. Serious differences are reported to exist in the British Cabinet,- regarding the treatment of the Irish land-labor question. It is said that Messrs. Bright and Chamber tain have pronounced absolutely against any coercive measures. Chablks S. Fishes, a prominent young lawyer of Cincinnati...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 26 November 1880

V ' SV" ,--V" ---- -r V i thf iorn Register. PaMiafce Every Friday. IOLA. - - - - KANSAS. THANKSGIVING. Bwnr was the book of the robin, Blithe was the bum of the bee. In the day when the drift of the blossom Was light as the foam of the sea. Then deeply was cloven the furrow, And gayly they scattered the seed. Who trusted that rain-fall and sunshine Would surely be given at need. The robin hath flown to the tropic. The honey-bee flltteth no more. The reaper hath ganered the harvest. And the fruit and the nuts are in store. Die flame hath died oat on the maples. We tread on the lops&tjant leaves. And the corn that was sturdy and stalwart Is gathered and bound into sheaves. And sweeter than musie or spring-time, And fuller of Jubilant mirth. Are the strong-tided chorals o'erflowinsr From hearts where thanksgiving has birth. The'songs of the homo and the altar, The gladness of children at play. And tho dear love of. households united Are blending in praises to-day. For pasture-lnnd...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 26 November 1880

A t- ? ' -sVf -1 ijSasasaHBaMaHfeaggg uBVjjit;assaw8& 3S1,5K33g$sfesa?a t2lV:c ISsJ""! : V'.' $3'V8$ffi& 'rmjof U . tf ' ' i r- ? tJ r i it CEIAP.CAJB, Grocery storE Joto, Kansas, l.HDTCpiNSDN, Proprietor. 4 K ftra ef first-class Groceries, Queensware, rLnd Stoneware which I .will sell at prices that Defy Competition. . My &ject is to do a rous Jng business, and I have .made every preparation to prevent being -disappointed! If Good Goods, Low Prices. AND Square Dealing re any object toyou, call mdsatify yourself tiiat I Stan Buiaess. We aim to carry afi?st (Olass assortiuent of goods -and hope by honest deaU itg to sell goods in pro portion to our merits. We will not allow any- one to undersell us so long as our wealth holds, out. Thanking our ma ny friends for past fav ors and soliciting a con tinuance of their valued jiatronage, I am truly Yours, P. Hutchinson. AT MILLER'S In addition to a complete stock of Furniture YOU WILL FIND tears, Brackets, Xsmmm, 4?raims, Sfeai...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 3 December 1880

--aAs-c srfi&ZZFZT&'fr: -"--? ? SJS? 4 " Jf- tn-v&eUL & c&y F f -s ' -. tj;y. A f- stet3 J. - REGISTER. n -A. ? A - 0L. XIV. IOLA, ALIJEN COUNTY, EJtNSAS, DfiCMBlR 3, 1880. NO.oO WBWBWWTmlP'sMW j. .rvr -"iW,'!tV:'i'i;0' wK.'.flrf.' ? .-. . TW j". K .Wi-" j-. . - . ' '- n r -v "";vJf T v ? , , , jn. I ZJ. C I .. Tr0 V r ESl. Wd 7. :1 TOLA IE? Ax t . OUR ANHOUKCEMENT. OFFICIAL PAPKB OF ALLKX C0USTT.C2 'OFFICIAL PAPER OF THK CITT OF IOLA. Atlvertiaine Rates. UPAtTt. II WKiswkll mo. 13 mo.IGmo.il y. 1 inch 2 indies.... i inches... -i column . .-; column . J column... $1 (Ml $1 A) S.I Ml 4 00 6 10 5 SO $." IK) 7 no lo on 12 Ml $7 . 10(O IA 00 20 00 40 U) 03 00 810 15 2 00 2 50 .50 3 00 ft 00 MOO 15 0 aid 3.V) COO 1U Oil 35 12 00 23 01) 6.1 100 25 001 JO .Suliuoription Rates ..$2.00 OuecoiivsKHiontlis 1 Three nioHtli. 50 cents, alx weeks, i5 cen 00 cents, K. A. PkhVjns, Proi ' CHURCH DIRECTORY. ME IHODIST EPISCOPAL. ComurofJtiler-jtni Aciiiik and limiulway Stj errices ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 3 December 1880

;f.j.V-4T'-'f,rtiiii:25 mmwMffMMmmMimm'BmwT . - w ri, 'c -tv v " yir . - r. .- . "a- -r- nt- -s .-t.t i .a -2.-c-'w-. - 'A -,'!-: : .ri. -! . 'Tct - .-. , -.- si 2 -a-- . y . - rw ,-tjwij.v.tvj -i j.i, .; .-'-:.jl .. i .- - ". 1 . r-r- .t -i f .. -.- : :---, . -, wm -S$&. THE IOIA REGISTER. Irnbllshed Every Friday. IOLA. KANSAS. TOPICS OF THE DAL Sews from Everywhere. PEBSONAIi AND POLITICAIi. Mr. Sessinghaus, Republican can didate forCougress at the late election In the Third Missouri District, will contest the election of Tfr. Frost. Sir Alexander Cockbubn,- Lord Chief Justice of the Queen's Bench, died suddenly at London, on the 20th, from heart disease. Judge McCrary has refused to trans fer to the courts of Colorado the case of In dian Agent Berry. Prof. James C. Watson, of the Wis consin "University, the eminent scientist and astronomer, died on the 23d, at Madison. He was a native of Canada, born in 1838. James L. Pdgh has been elected United States Senator from Alabama. ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 3 December 1880

1' 4. : t K Vi sv&8 s -s5 A. k- k s. ??v ""1 . 'iiTTTP TOT A PPPTQTPP '- " ' -HI ilJjil IVu trio X Jjlvt Published Every Friday. TOLA. KANSAS. STOBM AND SHINE. Another sunless, dreary, weary day! How the poor tree-tops shiver! The dead lemcs Pall sullenly upon the rain-soaked earth. And, still more loud, the wild nor'easter grieves. And can it be that ever sunlight shone? And can it be that ever skies were blue? And can it be that ever breezes soft The windward bee scarce hindered as he flew? And what if nevermore the earth should lie Br the wnnn wind enchanted and caressed? And what if this gray shroud which now she weara Were that of her lost, Ion?, eternal rest? "Was ever day so beautiful as this? Was ever wind so soft, or sky so fair? "Was ever gross SQ green, und all the world So fresh and pure and sweet beyond com pare? How the glad tree-tops glisten in the sun! How, tilting there, the robin fiings abroad A song so gay that all the earth through him Seems giving thanks and...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 3 December 1880

t "'T t ,' "i i it' i ii' .'l1 'J 'JL'-j '.' . iL lil!'"!1 11' '-'".' "'' L!i'ii"' ' ' ' . . J'llJJl!ipnjjS5i5BS i 4- IOLA REGISTER. terms:. tfnc year, i a advance, 2 00 j months, iu advance, 1 00 Three months, in advance, 60 tj"Our reader, inrcplying to advertisements in Tiik HEGI8TEU, will confer a favor by xtating to the advertisers that they taw the advertisement in The Iola Rkcistek. OFFICIAL PAPER. OF COUNTY. U. A. PERKINS, EDITOR. Special Offer. Desiring to increase the circulation of Tiik Ukgistkk in Allen county, we make the follow ing offer, and trust our subscribers will show this paper to their neighbors who are not taking it. "We will send the paperfromdateuntilJan jwrylst, 1882, toany one subscribing now. Old subscribers who are in arrears can, have the same adantagc by callings and renewing at Congress meets next Monday. A new Atlantic cable is announced us a probability. President Hayes intends to go to Eu rope next summer. A political note: "Cussed,.be Kel ley," mur...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 3 December 1880

O IT'? X .- '- rhcrtjG? &BS IfMSl&V.i. . mm rft !ftv i ; &&& : ?3y tWV &' iff -". mk "r 5nv E?- s.v . B5SSL &Sf- WZ&242& MS82?i m&: wm i Mt LCiHiJ ssps; j sSssb" KSft PSU 0R' t? WK ..? -f iStiS? ISrfS? K7 ,Cjgt$& U iSSLWiS: &z&&s. The basin 6 lean, that anyone can sake i from the Terr start. No oae caa rVi Y.M -rw - 1 f11Xa a BBABar . nTn ! i bb an . 'JL - n . iIavs auui a4ta mi mi lava V- - - - lfuivhaveinadeatthebasiBeMOTerOBe V '. fcM-ild dollars ia a stale week. Nothinr like F,mmmmmmM-mnmitmlhr. All who enCaWemie ON " ' ,';.-,r(Mwd at the ease aad rapidity with which they - i' 'mmalitetaaaakeinoaeT. Yon can eejoure in this 5 "- '"'lrnsiaBSi daring your spare tine at greatprolt. sYdo not have to invest capital in It. We take Vl'M "" I1"086 ,M Beea aay Money, "is, --l Vi iMWUia Wliie bb once, jui luraunw nw. :' wyg --"'' -r; .! 'Mow Lost, How Restored ! Just published, a aew edition of Dr. CalverwelTs Celebrated Essar on the ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 3 December 1880

-ftijj -s. 2 rj-i "ST. . & fv xc : h - ,4 Jt -1 v f i Vv v 4 7v - lOEA REGISTER. FRIIXAY, DECEMBER 3, 1880. K. C L. &.S. R. R. TIME TABLE.l KOIXG NORTH. PASSENGER Daily 12 13 p.m. THROUGH FREIGHT Dnilv i STia.m. WAYFREIGHT, Daily except Sunday 3 17 r.ai. mo South. rASSEXGER Daiiv 3 17 p.. THROUGH FREIGHT Dailv 5 33a.m. VA YFUEIGHT, Daily except Sunrlnj 12 13 rM. Close connections made at Knsa's City and through tickets fur sale to all eastern toints. 11. S. Atkil-j, Local Agent. BUSINESS LOCALS Idvtrtitement and JjocaU under this heading. lirecier type, avtraqing six teord to a line willcoit Ttn Cent per line for each publication. Signature tuu. tnuiau make one i.ne. Skates at-Henderson's. Fresh Sauer Kraut at Klaumann's Klaumann's is the place to buy your flour if you want to save money. Good Young Hyson Tea, 30 cents per pound at Ataiers & Richards. Imperial Crown, is the best Flour aiade. For saie onlj' by W. A. Cowan. Five pounds of the best Rio coffee for $1.00, at ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 3 December 1880

The Cure of Yeuag Ckildrei. Fashion, that .stern task-mistress, that Moloch to whom so many children have been sacrificed in bygone days, for once asserted her influence on the side of common sense when she decreed that their necks, arms and legs should be protected by proper clothing. 'A few years ago it was not an uncommon sight to see a mother warmly dressed, in thick woolen, fur-trimmed garments, leading by the hand a child daintily ar rayed in a short frock with a least two inches of its poor little legs uncovered between the edge of its drawers and the top of its tiny white socks; or in doors to see plump necks and rounded arms exposed to an atmosphere .which adults could meet only when swathed to neck and wrists. Happily this ab surd custom is a thing of 'the past, and one can only trust it never may be re vived. The error now is rather in the other extreme. While children should be warmly dressed, particularly when going into the open air. care should be taken not to overloa...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 3 December 1880

saaaiaaaaaiaMai"",saaaa, ' 'V tor " . f 04 "" . r- ftv -. &- i W 7 v r NT. ' O & PERSONAL AND LITERARY. San Francisco has newspapers print ed in ten foreign languages, including Chinese. Miss Clara Louise Kellogg has been highly successful in Vienna this .season. The New Freie Presse. speaks of her performance as "colossal." Me. Lowell says he learned Italian in order to study Dante. The best way, he thinks, to learn a language is to take "a great book" and a dictionary, and go to work. About two hundred German authors 'met in Congress at the "Goethe Haus," Weimar, a lew weeks since. The graves of Goethe and Schiller were wreathed with laurel. Mr. Thomas Hughes is said to have . told a friend in Boston that his Tom Brown was intended as a portrait of Dean Stanley and that a gentleman, . now a distinguished officer in the East Indies, and the best shot in the British army, was the original of East Solon Robinson, a well-known au thority on agricultural matters, who was connec...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 3 December 1880

. -X J ssri? v L',.A;;.,!r ?r 'i.v. ' fra- Ak S5 k Hi METROPOLITAN lDRUGSITORE. A complete stock of DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, VABNISHES, ; PATENT MEDICINES WINDOW GLASS, STATIONERY. COMBS, TOILET SOAPS, PERFUMERY, FANCY ARTICLES, -- AT- Wholesale & Retail- DR. J. W. SCOtfT . Gives his entire attention to the business and "trill always be found at the store daring busi ness hours, and at his residence nights and Sun days, ready at any time, night er day j to furnish mdtUclnes or compound prescriptions with care -sad accliraoy. This is thevtst place An the county to buy l anything in this line. N. B. WINDOW GLASST till rtgular rises 'Always on hand and odd sizes cut withoutwttra cnarge. Tanners and Citizens, 'LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST. :HAETMAN 2. CASMRFS Is' the place to get your HAKDWARE, CUTLERY, ftSD'GOOD COOKSTOVES Also agents for the New BUCK-EYE ITable-Rake and Moiver BEST IN THE WOBLB. iRcpairing and Mending promptljf&onc Manufacture all kinds 3!in, Shoot-Iron and Copper Ware. ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 10 December 1880

wmmmmmmmmKmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm rawuiSiyWnnniTit.'ir I -A, - V w .. - -- T- ... riOLA REGISEEg BT? -W . bbm gacag fe I - 23 1j i VOL.XIT. i IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, DECEMBER 10, 1880. OUR A3TW 0T7NCEMZNT. t R3-0FFICXAL PAPEU M" ALLKS O0UMY.3 ?F nL'cinif. P1PV!! AST THE :IT OF Wh - L5T Advortisteg Rates lLl.ZliZ I Jnnh SI W l - ii,f!u'.i i OiH 2 ."0 n w-i.w I 2 ."UI :! " .4 ruilimin .! St 501; 3 00 vjLcultinm.. C !iy l,-..luinu... Wyl s 00 13 0 1 mo .ino."so. j to s"i i-o $: .!i 4 ) ? .Vi M f i, t lo lyt n nu rf .r.O 12 Ml 'ifl 12 00 i'l 00 40 0 I 25 00 40 DO) 05 00 Subscription Ratos- 'Onc copy one i.ur. t)w copy siv months . . lhrce liinMtlib, 50 cei.ts j Single copy, 5 cents. $10 SO 35 (Ti 1C0 V$2.C0 . 1 00 cents. BUSINESS LOCALS Advertisements fl'id locals urder this heading, in Brevier type, averaging sxtrord to a line fill cost Ten Ceiitx per line for each publication. Signature and initials make ore line. Six weeks, M. A. rsnuiNS, Frop. CHURCH DIRECTORY. nrrwnniST EPISCOPAL. Co...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 10 December 1880

.M,,-,-,, ... THE IOLA REGISTER. Published Every Fridayi IOLA. - - - KANSAS. TQPLCS OF THE DAL T; ffews from Everywhere. . PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. Current political rumor is to the ef fect that a movement is on foot in Pennsyl vania for electing Gen. Grant United States Senator from that State, as successor to Senator Wallace. It is said that the strong opposition developed to Quay, the Cameron candidate, bids fair to result in the election of Galusha A. Grow, and that the name of Gen. Grant will be brought forward in the Cameron interest if thought necessary to de feat Grow. The Missouri Supreme Court has rendered a decision in the Ford-Craig Con gressional contest in the Ninth District, com manding the County Clerk of Eay County to certify up to the Secretary of State the vote of Kay County as it( appears on the poll books of the different precincts ot the count'. This gives Ford a majority of two votes, and entitles him to the certificate of election. It is said that Craig will m...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 10 December 1880

wjiuuiuw nuiiuiiuu r (WWMmrKwrt 1 A i r THE IOLA REGISTER, MMbfced Every Friday. IOLA. - KANSAS. THE MESSAGE. President Hayes's Annual Message to Congress. To Ike Senate and House of Iteprttentatitet: I congratulate you on tho continued and increasing prosperity of oar country. By tho favor of Divine Providence wo liavo been blessed, during the past year, with health, with abundant harvests, with profitable em ployment for all our people, and with con tentment at home, and with peace and friend ship with other Nations. The occurrence of the twenty-fourth elec tion of Chief Magistrate has afforded another opportunity to tho people of tho United States to exhibit to tho world a significant ex ample of the peaceful and safe transmission of 'tho power and authority of government from the public servants whose terms of ofllco are about to expire, to their newly-chosen successors. This examplo can not fail to im press profoundly, thoughtful people of other countries with the advantages wh...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 10 December 1880

'jili m amvmrirrtnrvn -aiwrBierfg?-. trr ,J3i -IOLA REGISTER? , . . ' 1 THERMS!, ' , Ooe yeur,ia advance ..... 82 00 Six months, in advance,..-.....- 1 00 three months, in adtanccy. 50 33" Our reader, in replying to advertisement in Tub jHkoistki!, will confer a favor by stating to the advert it n that they taw the advertisement in The Tola Kkgistkk. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. Jf . A. PERKINS, EDITOR. The Legislature will meet ou the .second Monday in January. The Baltimore & Ohio JRailroad has ' earned $4,124,000; more this year than - any year previous. a' syndicate hasbeen grmc4 at Kew ' York to take subscriptions for the De Lesseps Panama, project The total coinage of standard silver dollars amounts to $72,847,750. Of this amount $25,763,591. are in circulation. Public schools closed in several towns in Kansas during the late cold diiap. The coal famine was general. The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad will soon shout "Eureka" at th.e Golden Gate. The receipts of Boot...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 10 December 1880

t -V1 Av - I ii I III ffiWr8 The Kansas City, Lawrence $ Southern Railroad, yIN CONNECTION TVTTH THE CHICAGO & ALTON RE. Forms the Shortest and Best Eoute from IOLA to , CMoago and St. Louis .And all Points NORTN, EAST and SOUTH of those Cities Train Leaves IOLA, Kansas 12:11 Noon, Daily, ARRIVES CHICAGO 2:30 p. m. IText Day. Sure Connections in UNION DEPOTS at KANSAS CITY, ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO. nro OP ANY CLASS Kansas Gity & Chicago, Kansas City ELEGANT SMOKING CARS RKCIaXlVXStGt CHAIR FAXeACE: CARS Dr. HOBTON'S PATENT, the Finest in the World, Free of Extra Charge. Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars and Magnificent Suing Cars on all Through TBAINS tfBOM AND TO KANSAS CITY. NO OTHER LINE RUNS DINING CARS TO OR FROM KANSAS CITY. For Through Tickets from IOLA to Chicago, St Louis, and all points North, East and South via the Chicago & Alton R. B., please apply to R S. AYERS, Ticket Agent, K. C, L. & S. R. R Iola. J. C. McMULLIH, General Manager, Chicago. J. CHARLTON, Gener...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 10 December 1880

Sf-1 ,5.- r'l t i i& tf 1 if-.. u -V IOtAREGISTER. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 101880. K. C, L. &,S. . R. TIME TABLE. ' -GdlXCi NOKTII. PASSKKGER Daily.... 12 10 p.m. THROUGH HEIGHT Daily 3 33A.3I, WAYFREIGHT,DailyecetSunlay 3 17 p.m. GOING SOUTH. PASSENGER Daily 3 l'r.x. 'IHRODGII FUEIG&T Daily 5 Ma.m. WAY FUEIGHT,DaH.recetSum!ajl3 19 p. zt. Close eoivavctions made at Kansas City and through lieiets for sale to all eastern points. R. . AvEia, Local Agent. LOCAL. 3IATTJGIIS. Jlutinett Local under Hut heeding among editorial inttues icill be charged Fiftee-i cent per line each j uliiicciion. jo aeeumon from mit rate to anyone. Borrow money of Bowlus. Festival next Thursday night. ' Holiday goods at Stevenson's. Be oayour guard against pneumonia. New Lace Handkerchiefs at North ruprs. Thomas and Jeremiah will uot visit Iola this winter. Sever.il cars of cattle and hogs ship ped Tuesday last. Rather sudden change in the weath er Saturday night. The stock market was a little "off" the ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 10 December 1880

- -x - a- - zr"J'if s ' lqtfJ - 11 Vfc- COSTDfUED FBOjC THIRD PAGE. estimated receipts for the remainder of the year, amount to $350,000,000, -which will be sufficient to meet the estimated expenditures of the year, and leave a surplus of 90,000,000. It is fortunate that this larce surmus reve nue occurs at a period -when it may be di rectly applied to the payment of the public debt soon to be redeemable. No public duty has been more constantly cherished in the United States than the nolicy of paying the Nation's debt as rapidly as possible. The debt of the United States, less cash in the Treasury and exclusive of accruing inter est, attained its maximum of $2,756,431,571.43 in August, 1865, and has since that time been re duced to $1,836,019,504.65. Of the principal of the debt, $103,758,100 has been paid since March 1, 1877, effeetingan annual saving of in terest of $6,107,593. The burden of interest has also been diminished by the sale of bonds .bearing a low rate of interest, an...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 10 December 1880

sfggSNTj.. TMe Jfew HefcrHeir " The New Hebrides, where the British have lately established a coaling station, with the ultimate intent, as the 'French ,9j , newspapers not unreasonably suspect, of i annexing the islands, are in the Pacific i" Ocean, to the' northeast of Caledonia, and to the west of the Fljis, and are con sidered the most westerly part of Poly nesia. The islands comprise Espiritu Santo, sixty-five miles long by twenty broad; Mallicdllo, sixty by twenty-eight ' miles ; Ambrym, Annatom, Erromango, Tanna, having an active volcano, and Aurora, all much smaller. Most of the group are well wooded and hilly, some even mountainous. The most valuable woods are sandal and ebony; the chief vegetable products yams, sweet pota toes, cucumbers, bananas, cocoanuts, and the sole animal of consequence a small hog, which is no bigger at matu rity than a rabbit. The area of the group is estimated at 25,000 square miles, and the population at 230,000. The inhabitants, fierce, but indo...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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