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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 10 December 1880

Tt-'te . - eg I pf jJH WvJf mm, 11nnr m -, ---- -.MgcMtgwg- EEg5!?!!graE,'g!SS 2M&WBAW0B Allen Center Notes. i..:i .iETNA EIRE INSURANCE CO., HARTFORD, CONK., .Assets .-. $6,725,098.41 :harteord fire insur. com IIARTFORD, CONN., Assets 3,288,121.82 THCENIX FIRE INSURANCE CO., HARTFORD, CONN., JUsets '. $.5,510,640.05 PHENIX FIRE INSURANCE CO., ' BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, JU-ets $2,723,620.59 JEO. A. BOWWT8. J0-4, KANSAS. farmers and Citizens, LOOK TO YOUR MTEREST. 2ARTHAH & CASMIRE'S ' i Is the place to get your HARDWARE CUTLERY, AX GOOD COOKSTOVE$ 3LUo aycnis for the New BTJCK-EYS c ' Table-Bdkc and Mower. BEST IN THE WORLD. .December 4, 1880.' The tender mud succeeds the "beauti ful snow." The hand of improvement is visible in this section. If Tola gets the rail road, who knows what is in store for this part of the courtty ? Mr. Burtis will soon move into his spacious mansion which in nearly com pleted. Mr. Tread way is erecting a large stone barn which will be proof against mod...

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. — 17 December 1880

U,j4a IOLA YOL.XIV. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, DECEMBER 17, 1SS0. NO. 2 REGISTER 53? V OUR ANNOUNCEMENT. "fcy-OITlrtAt f APEB O.V ALLE5 C0USWT.C5 OFFICIAL PA-PER OK THE :ITT OF IOLA. Advortisias Rates. Sl'AfTE. II WkjX-Wfc I mo. 3nu. nmo.i . IKI .'i W $7 5(1 4 (X) 7 50 10 (0 mj io u. ir i 5 50j 1-2 ) '20 (0 1-2 00 25 OH 40 IKI 25 00 40 00 5 00 I huh SloSI an z inches.. ..I 2 001 2 3e i, inches M : (mi 5 00 "t column.. & column., i colli nv.i... 3 5(1 1 (XI 8 0(1 Subscription Rates- cine copv one ear I...S2.00 OiH'Cipviixniint!iH I 00 1 hree montiiN. cunts. Six weeks, "25 cents. shiiuIc copv, 5 cents. ' ' H. A. Pkkki.v, Prop. CHURCH DIRECTORY. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Corner of Jctcwni Avenue anil Broadway St. ScnScei eveTv hahb.ith at 11 a.m. anil 7:30 p. m. J5 na-etiit'-imniejh.-.teJx- after the morning -M?rvfw-. SuiidiiV chiMl at :: a. in., W . II. lnvftiSuperinnanlit. tfrncr meeting every 'luureluy cienliig at -7:50 ,. in. Stranger anil laitors in the eily ami all others cordial...

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. — 17 December 1880

THE IOLA -BEGISTEB. Published Every Friday. IOLA. .---- KANSAS. TOPICS OF THE DAF. U ffewB from Everywhere. . PROCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS. Dec. 6. The last session of the Forty sixth Congress was called to oider at noon. The President's Message was read in both Houses In the Senate, James I. Pugh, successor of George S. Houston, of Alabama, and Joseph . Brown, who succeeds Gen, Gordon, of Georgia, took the oath of office. Two hundred and twenty-seven mem bers of the House responded to roll-calL Mr. Hurd (D., O.) introduced a Joint resolution in reference to the tariff, declaring First, that the tariff is a tax on imported goods, which is ultimately paid by the con sumers; second, that a tariff for protection, bo called, does not in most cases protect the interest it pretends to protect; third, that a protective tariff does not increase the wages of workingmen; fourth, that a protective tariff builds up one citizen at the expense of another; fifth, that a protective tariff disturbs the p...

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. — 17 December 1880

- - VST",yf V THE IOLA REGISTER. Published Every Friday. IOLA. KANSAS. "ANOTHER STOCKING TO FILL." WHAT MAJUCA THINKS. Sasta Claus? Santa Claus! bend o'er our -treasure; "Write down his name in that long list of ihine; Open your knapsack of joys without measure; Bring out the wealth of your great Christmas mine. He is our gift from the good God above us; Only a week has our baby been born. You are the saint that makes children to love us; 'Leave him a gift for the bright Christmas mom. Now he's too young to know you are near him; Boon will old Santa Claus cause him to smile: Every fresh Christmas will further endear him; Treasuies from. you will his childhood be guile. Think of the trials the boy has before him. Time with his hour-lass hovers around; Swift fly the days to which none can restore him; Soon into manhood our baby will bound. "While he believes in your mythical glory. Give him bis meed of the sweet Christmas joy; Show him the brightest of childhood's sweet Claus, Santa C...

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. — 17 December 1880

r z NOTICE TO FARMERS IOLA REGISTER. v 25C TjEJtMS :. One year, In advance, . , $2 OQ Six months, in adyance ,.... 1 uo hrec-monthf, in advance,. 50 23"Our readers, in replying to advertisement in Tiiis Uegintek, will confer a favor by staling to lltf adptrUt'rt thai they taw the adtotiiment,in I HE IOLA UkUlSTEU. , OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. ItiA.PERKJJfS, EDITOR. It is reported fr.omXaahington that the sentiment, iu favor of subsidies to American lipes. of-steamships is grow ing among Congressmen, and that the prospeqjb for tjje bill of last winter is gOOCh In aiming" to hit a few of the self constituted leaders of the Democracy of our city we unintentially made the assertion broad enough to include ev ery member of that party. As it in cluded many good men, we modify the statement so far as they are concerned. line discontinuance of the mail route frpm Colpny to Geneva was probably a. blunder due to some minion of the post-office department. We are in formed that it ha.s. been, pu...

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. — 17 December 1880

IOLA REGISTER. FRIDAY,, .DECEMBER 17, 1880. K. C., L. fcL3-R- B. TIME TABLE. GOJNfi OKTn. PSSEXGER PiKfv 12 10r.ii. lIIUOLVH-FKKKJfiT Deilv . .1 Si v.si. WAYFKEIGIWVDaily except Sunday 3 17 r.it. (lOIMj SOUTH. rASSENGER-T-iI 3 17 r. 3r. llIKOUtill OTSKlGllT Iiailr. S 33 a.m. Y.'AY FKLIoUr, Dally eceptSiincia 12 19 p. jt. Cioe connection made at Kjn.n City and through ticktta fur gale to all eastern points. Jt. s. Aveus, Local Agent. LOCAL. MATTERS. Jiuuncss kocclt under this hendmj among editorial ijlitcf icilljbc charged Fifteen cent per line each publication. Ao dctnallvn-fmm. tht rale to anyone. Borrow money of Bowlus. Holiday goods at Sfevenson'sv New Lace- Handkerchiefs at Xoirth rap's. Hon. L. W. Kcplinger was in town last Monday. McElroy, the Humboldt Nasby, was in town Saturday. Tax penalty attaches the 20th. Now is the time to pay. S. J. Cowan went back' to Indiana Tuesday on-a visit. A few more o those soldier over coats left at Northrup's. Camp, She irrepressible Guide ma...

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. — 17 December 1880

. The Patient Sick Man. -'That's better," groaaed Mr. Spoop pendyke, as his wife arranged the cool lillows under his head; "now I can die ooking out upon the trees and sky," and Mr. Spoopendyke assumed a re signed expression of visage, and gazed out of the corner of one eye upon a bare ailanthus tree and a half-dozen tele graph wires. "Oh!1 vou won't die," said Mrs. Spoopendyke, cheerfully. "You're only a little sick, and you'll get over it." "That's all you know about it," snarled Mr. Spoopendyke. "To hear you talk one would think you only had to be litted up with little beds and a bad smell to be a Government hospital. I'm down sick 1 tell ye, and I don't want anv fooling about it." 'jWell, well' cooed Mrs. Spoopen dyke, "don't excite yourself. Keep quiet and you'll get well." "Much you'd care," muttered Mr. Spoopendyke, turning on his side and resting his cheek on his hand, an attitude generally assumed, by mar tyred spirits on the approach of disso lution. "Will you take your dr...

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. — 17 December 1880

HOME, FARM AM) GARDES. Floating Island. Set, a quart of milk to boil, then stir into it the beaten yelks of six eggs; flavor with any ex tract liked ana sweeten to taste; whip whites of eggs to a stiff; froth. When the custara is thick put into a deep dish, and heap the frothed eggs upon it Serve cold. We know of no domestic animal kept on the farm but would, through the winter, be the better for a small feed of flaxseed two or three times a week. For calves and pigs it is almost indis pensable to a rapid and healthy growth. A quart of flaxseed a week, judiciously fed, is worth more to a calf by far than the same value of other grain. Coffin Apple Shortcake. Fill a square bread tin three-quarters full of sliced sour apples; make' a thick batter of half a cupful of buttermilk, one tea- Spoonful of saleratus, a little salt, and bur to make quite stiff a little stiffer than cake. Turn this over the apples; bake forty minutes, and serve with sauce, or cream and sugar flavored with nutme...

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. — 17 December 1880

jgjl rAiB'iSyS5fe"A f-r - ?&s&33' Vv .efrzfVL?i r-. .s-s ?&!r - SPS ."?! &Yt? n.T:" - 1? ", " . I - ?cl5?--"rfsa!; -4V. ir-.-A: ' -A l!' u -14 ' V . IC? PTVE CENTS PER UN E. rv: T r j. - J gAjeertltemtnit not exceeding Ten Line can be in . t4. Itertid under tkis heading for Five cent per line for tack publication. "Lof" "-Town," ''WaBrt," '- lX&beiti,u Etc., will be found here. -, We hareaspeedyaadpositivecureforCatarrh, - --t ..Diptheria, -Canker ;Mouth, and Head Ache, in Shiloh's Catarrh Itemedy. A. nasal Ijector free T'-'Twiik each tattle. "Use it It' vou desirfctisalth and "" jfjUnr breath. .Price f0 ceHta. Sold by K. B. "iai'Btten8on; Iola,Kans. Cv2JT . , tlttananeia anj T iwr PrttntlTflin V.' ,Si2a Cvv"!" """ '"" r, T-afc w,IM'm'wortntne 8raal'Pncc of75 cents to . sm& kw4Vee yourself! of every symptom uf these distress- jrUtJftig,comilalnt3t if yon think so call at our store ii S eS? S1? bottle orShiloh Vitalizer, every liot- - "a" tlehas n printed guar...

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. — 24 December 1880

-A IOLA REGISTER. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, DECEMBER 24, 1880. NO, 1. .. . i f A H U A' ' ?' mcUL FllSyuiictTT OF IOLA. STACS,' 1 W'K 3 IfiifcS 1 lac 1 oo saWlfl STaehas.... 2 00 2 90k3 !.... r a so 3onliM J eetaraa.. 3 so 5 (Xtf Wk JfiMtama.. oo 8oomH laolama... 10 WJ 15 oo MMk6nio.Ty. mw $7 SO $10 I 4s&J 10 00 15 MfliJ&OO SO K) 35 INLV b Smbsriptiea Ont eonv on vmr One copy six montM.".""".!.;-..," 100 -liree months, 50 cents. Six wwfcjijl rntn ....c w,HJ , reioo. - r METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Corner ofJeflerson Aw-aae aad Broadway St. -rvice every &tbuatfetUa.aa.and7:Jop. m. us meeting itunidjtjv oner the nioniiut; i-mve. .uuday rrijool at tS -. '. . II. ttn Superiniud:uf , J?fr meeting erj ' i ursda evening at 7; p. ra Strangers Mint visitor in the city awl all ether cordially in it- cd to aU these services. , II. jT. 8tnnnc illk, Iator. PRESBYTERAN. Comer MadisesfAveSMse ml Western Street. . reaching nt 11 a. m. aa7' m.eierj Sabbath. j i blratb school at S.Ma a. l'raje...

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. — 24 December 1880

A- - J. , kMl . -. AMM V ,..' jt . J" - Js jlvr .. iq 'Hi tcr- . ',.. - f -"" ""V'1 6S r" r a ft M ": S TTTP. THT.A PT-aTSTP.P i. J.JJ.XJ j.vj-ixx xvjJUiwxxjxvi, Published Every Friday. ,.(!. i&R.. IOLA, KANSAS. SEWOy'0TES: A SiBuniry. of Important Erects. Several heavy coffee importing firms have failed InrNcw York; Fourteen deaths from diphtheria have occurred at Fox Lake, Wis., and the public schools have been closed for the year. The President has accepted Secretary Thompson's resignation, and designated Sec retary of "War Ramsey to act as Secretary of the Navy ad interim. . Prince, Democrat, has been re-elected Mayor of Boston, and seven of the twelve Aldermen are likewise. Democrats. The Council stands 45 Republicans to 26 Demo crats. The Lake Erie and Western Railroad is to be extended'from somepoint on its line between Lafayette and Munice, Ind., to St. Louis. The new road will be about 250 miles long. Medicine Bull, the Brale Chief, was recently accidentally Bhot at the...

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. — 24 December 1880

THE IOLA REGISTER. Published Every Friday. IOLA.' - - - - KANSAS. ST. Nicholas: ' Ho! there at the wicket, who rounds at the door? -fcuch a din in Olympus was ne'er heard he ' . f ore I would s:eep get ye gone-I'm ailinjr, I'm SICK, what the deuce there again who is calling Saint Kick?" "Arocaeye! Arouse ye! It's dawning again ne star that once beamed over Betulenem's plain The star of the Vagi, that shone on the morn Yhen earth's blcsedSaviour.tbeChtist-chilil was born!" "Ho! no! Is it so? Then I'll up and away As soon as the Goblins can harness my sleigh." Then he marcd such a laugh as he sprang out of bed, 4 siartled lhe stars in ,ne sky overhead, And they winked at each other as much as to say, There is something gone wron? and Old Sick is to pay. It took bat a moment to jump in his boot". To wi ap himself up in the best of fur suits, To run to the close: Hnd dra: out bis pack, Winch be swung with a chuckle across his broad back; Then on to the stable he dashed through the snow,...

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. — 24 December 1880

IOLA REGISTER. TERMS: One year, in advance $2 00 Siv months, in advance 1 Three months, in advance, 50 53-Our readers, in replying to advertisements in The Heoistek, will confer a favor by stating to the advertisers that they saw the advertisement -n The Iola Rudislxn. OFFICIAL PAPER OP COUNTY. To tlie Public, - The undersigned has this day sold his entire interest in TheIoIj a Register printing oflice, for considerations 'en tirely satisfactory. H. A. PEKRIXS. -lola, Ks., Dec. 18, 1880. The reasons for our action in dispos ing of The Register, do not in any way concern the general public, but it is due to that portion who have aided us in the past, to return to them, all we ran at present, our heart-felt thanks. And to our friends, one and all, we pledge, in future years, should oppor tunity offer, our assistance in any laud able undertaking. Many errors have doubtless been made during our con nection with the paper, but we can only clahn in self-defense that our aim has been to fe...

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. — 24 December 1880

IOLA REGISTER. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 18S0. K. C, I,. & s. R. R. TIME TABLE. PASSENGER Dailv 1011,,.,. THROUGH FltKIGftf-DnlYv 1 "i T' V,' WAYFREIGUtd "lyexcepi Siiy 3 17 p'.m! VA IlbIUIITf Daily except Sun.lavl2 l!l p. m. thv.f connections made at KwaUs City aud tbrougU tickets for sale to all eastern points. 11. S. Ayeks, Local Agent. LOCAL MATTERS. Business Locals under this heading among editorial notice will be charged Fifteen cents- per lint each publication. Ao deviation from'thi talc to anyone. J Borrow mouey of Bowlue. - A Ynafir Pkntninn 4-n nil '""j uuiiaiuius iv uu. V Iola will continue to boom. - Holiday goods at Stevenson's. Visit the public schools to-day. , Hang up your stockings tonight. Taxes has been paid up well this year. Tuesday was the shortest day 'in the year. Go to the Fancy Bazar for Holiday Goods. Hurrah for the machine shop and foundrj'. Christmas tree fruit will' be plucked to-night. Prospect for wheat crop next year is flattering. Dark and cloudy wea...

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. — 24 December 1880

High nay Artists.'l he Men Who Jie face'KaiurarScenery." Nearlt every reader see3 daily on dead-walls and on fences, on rocks and barns, the mammoth signs of patent medicines, hair-oil, smoking tobacco, gas stoves, harness stores, laundry soap, or tooth-wash. But there are very few who have seen the men at work with their paints and brushes. Who they are, why they .became board-fence art ists, how they work, are still mysteries. Most of them are New Yorkers. The business started in this city, and here is its headquarters. Who was the first highway artist is a mooted question. Two or three ..veteran knights of the paint-pot claim that honor but the claim of Edward Wise "Wise, the .original," as he is called by his friends to that distinction seems to be as good as any. ' When the war broke out,'V he said, I had a little . shop at.the corner of Walker and Elm Streets, where I paint ed signs. Times were dull, and 1 used to sit for hours in my shop and wonder what was to be done next. O...

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. — 24 December 1880

P - -fyr vV"H i- - -." Ml "W-'4 .it-Wit J f "T f v.-' ' VUtl Qaeer Ideas About Shoes. In Norfolk, whenever servants are, going aftervnew situations, a shoo is thrown after ttiem, with" the wish thatr theymay succeed in what-tbey' are-going about. Some years ago, when ves sels engaged? iriTthe Greenland-whale-fiShery left Whitby, in Yorkshire, the wives and friends of' the sailors threw old shoes at the ships as they passed the pierhead., This practice is frequently, observed in, towns on-the sea'coast, and. a correspondent of Note and Queries informs us that on one occasion when at Swansea he received a shoe on, his shoulder, which was "intended for a young sailor leaving his home to em , bark upon a trading voyage. As an emblem of good luck and pros perity, an old shoe is in most places thrown with much enthusiasm at a bridal couple. Various explanations, however, have been assigned for this popular custom. Some think it was originally intended as a sham assault pn the bridegroom f...

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. — 24 December 1880

'-J&W-fi , " f ATMmEEirS la addition to a complete stock of YOU WILL FIND Wlrrm, Brackets, js j: CkroMts, tcf omlfBiii. Ftei C ' - Skate, . ' rietnre Nails and Cori, ' Buii Mattf. TaWs OH Ottk Toyi . UNDERTAKING ' DEPARTMENT ., , "WILLIBE FODSIJ Caskets, Cases, and Coffins, Habits, Suits, ant Roles, Glares, Hose, Slippers, And Underwear. i Embalming a Specialty AND THE WORK Guaranteed Effectual. jgyrThe Prices aa low m any where in theWet. ' GROCER! M! 4 m BEST BRAND OF CUCUMBER PICKLflS, r . CHOICE APPLE BUTTER, EXCELLENT MAPLE SYRUP, AND ALL OTHER PANCT GEQCERIES TO BE HAD AT LOW PRICES AT D. P. GREEN'S South Side Public Square, IOLA, KANS. Farmers and Citizens, . it. LOOJC TO TOUR INTEREST. HAETMAtJi CASMIfcE'S Is the pU.ca to get your - J " f HARDWARE, CUTLERY, ASD GOOD COOKSTOVES $B& AUo agents for the New BUCK-EYE TableRakeand Mower. ' BISTINTHEWOELD. " PUplTURE JRepa iring &nd Mending promptly done ltiiimfftcture all klods , Tin, SaMt-Iron tod Copper Wart.' -' M- ...

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. — 31 December 1880

3- S-r, - 'MOLA REGISTER. J M r VOL. XV. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, DECEMBER 31, 1880. NO. 2., OUB, AKKOUK CMirT. 3-OFFICIAL PAPEE g ALLBK CDKTT.jJ OFFICIAL PAPEB OF THE CITT F IOLA, Adwertlsiac Rates. space. 1 wK s wk 1 mo. 3 mo. 6 mo. 1 inch $1 00 1 50 S3 00 S3 CO $7 50 8 inches.... 2 00 8 90 400 7 50 1006 3 inched.... 2 50 '3 00 6 00 10 00 15 00 ti column.. 3 50 5 00 8 50P12 00 80 00 H column.. 6 00 8 00,12 00 85 00 40 00 1 column... 10 00 15 0J 85 00i 40 00 63 00 ly. Smlseriptiem Rata One copy one year .. .- $2 00 One copr six months 100 Three months, 50 cents, fcix weeks ,.25 cents. Single copy, 5 cents. CHURCH DIRECTORY. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Corner of Jefferson Avenue and Broadway St. Services every babbath at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p. m. t.lass meeting imniediatelt after the morning service, anndav school at 0:30 a. m., W. H. fclarensSupeuut'ndent. Prayer meeting every Ihunda; evening at 7:30 p. m. Strangers and .visitors in the city and all others cordially mvlt ed to all these s...

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. — 31 December 1880

f -tj? v - A Ywmj Chiaaaaa's Uafertaaate Lave Exploit. Among the numerous stores that oar citizens visit about this period of the year to make purchases for the holiday 4M9on, says the San.Francisco Chronicle are the depots of the Chinese curios and articles of Celestial manufacture. At 1 e of the most prominent on Kearney , tne laaies who visited there may c uuuixeu aruunosome young jax juman. This youth takes especial de ' gkt in attending to the wants of the uriHx. For some time he has endeav ored to excite the.interestof afairyouag HAy wjio lives' in. Oakland. Thisdam 41 has been in, the habit of making fre faentr purchases at the store. When--ater she came in Ah Lee would be at her .-aide and, with suave and bland tones, -would inquire her wants. When the es tablishment was closed for the night, Ah Xee would expatiate to his partners upon the lovely eye, the small foot and ele .gmnt form of the " Melican waving lily," aad avowed his intention to ask the dam ad to be his wife. S...

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. — 31 December 1880

&m W ,itn.. - LI lj i hW - T.' f ; Hes' Hwfs.lsW. '. - ! i- Lack of raoirfure.-is not; necessarily oritueneasoi tne,boof, since the irae has 'a strong-' boofr;i A continued orouth is especially dangerous when it $f$P? a f accustomed toXbundance of wdler. Under the action, of water the norn cells" absorb, increase in size, and push each'-otber apart. By this action, too, some of the gelatinous matter that builds np th6born is dissolved out, and when the hoof is again allowed to drv it has lost materially m its power of co'he Sltm The more frequently the. process ? uf i .nafd4'P11?STePetej1, more ... vjjlK,mP . mo uuui, wui De comes increasingly brittle and liable to mhi split up. 3f3irther, this tendency to bnttleness has been.mbred through gen ,' erations of horses, where the feet are al- ., . ternatelvSOakeil hv Hronincr rainon1 withered by drying suns, the danger is proportionately increased, and the feet of such a race of horses are especially "liable to splittingind injury. ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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