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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 14 January 1881

rr FIVE CENTS PER LUTE. Advertltenent not exceeding Ten twt can'be'in terted under thit heading for Five uatsari Hue for each publication. "Lett,'1 'FPbV' "Wonted," "To font," Etc., tcillbefomtikm. We have a speedy and positive care for Catarrh, Diptbcria, Canker, Mouth, and Head Ache, -in Saitoh's Catarrh Remedy. A nasal Is$ector ffcee with each bottle. Use it if you desire health and eetsw breath. Price SO cents. Sold by K, li. Stevenson, Iola, Kans.. Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint. Is it not worth the small price of 75 cents to free yourself of every symptom 'of these distress ing complaints, if yon think so call at our store and get a bottle or Sbiloh's Viulizcr, every bot tle has a printed arantee on it, use according ly and if it does "you no good it will cast yoo nothing. Sold by K. B. Stevsnsoa. Oh ! What a Cough. Will you heed the waraisg. The slgaal per haps of the snre approach or that more terrible disease Consumption. Asfc yourselves if you can afford, for tire sake of b...

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. — 21 January 1881

r, . - ,. v.n:-1 i&biJ i . ' i ,& - ' . TOL.XV. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, JANUARY 21, 1880. NO. 5, IOLA REGISTER ; $ OUR ANNOUNCEMENT. t3r OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALLES COUJSTI.tS OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITX OF JOLA. Advertising; Rates. otacb. II wKia wkll mo. 13 mo. 16 mo.11 v 1 inch 2 inches... 3 inches... M column. i column. i column.. $1 00 91 50 2 50 $3 00 400 COO 850 12 00 25 00 95 00 $7 50 10 00 15 00 20 00 40 00 65.00 2 00 7 50 10 00 2 ftU 3 50 I- 300 5 00 12 00 25 00 40 00 600 10 00 800 15 00 Subscription Rates. One copy one year ,..$2.00 One copy six months 1 00 Three months, 50 cents. Six weeks, 25- cents. Single copy, 5 cents. CHURCH DIRECTORY. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Corner of Jefferson Avenue and Broadway St. Services every Sabluth at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p. m. :iass raeetnijr immediately after the morning aervice. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., IV. U. SlavensSupeniu'ndent. l'rajer meeting every Thursday evening at 7:M) p. m. Strangers and visitors in the city and all others...

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. — 21 January 1881

&- Former Severe Winters. New Yeab's day in 1864 will be re memhured as long as any man or woman is liviuir who undertook to make or re ceive c ills on mat festive occasion, or who w.ii obliged to give up the idea of doing cither, as hundreds were, just by reason of the low state of the thermom eter arid thehigh state of the wind. On Thursday, the last day of December, there was a tremendous snow-storm that extended all through the Northwest, and this was followed by a gale that almost took one's breath away. On Friday morning, January 1, the thermometer stood :it twenty below in Chicago, and in the course of the next twenty-four hours it got down to 25. It was 38 at usbfco3h, 33 at Kocfetord, 3u at Du buque, 26 at Kankakee, 38 at St. Paul, 35 at Milwaukee, 33 at Galena, 25 at St. Louis, and 50 at Fort Snelling. Rail road trains hardly ran at all for three or four days, and business throughout all this part of the country was practically suspended. The winter of 1855-6 was, in t...

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. — 21 January 1881

lie CMMmmIctlTe lit. The following is from a paper bv Sir John Lubbock: I selected-a specimen of Atta iestaceo-pilosa, belonging 'to a nest which I had brought back with me from Algeria. She was out hunting, about six feet, from home, and I placed before .her ajtarge dead bluebottle fly, which 8he',atonce'begantodragto the nest. I then pinned the fly to a piece of 'cork, in a small-box, so that no ant could seethe fly ,mntil she had climbed npjthe side of the box.- iThe ant strug- fled, of 'course iruvain to move the fly. m he pulled first in one direction and then in another, but," finding her efforts fruit less, she it length' started off back to the nest empty-handed. At this time there were no ants coming out of the nest. Probably there w,ere some few others out hunting, bnt for at least a quarter of an hour no ant had left the nest. My ant entered the nest, but did not remain there ; in less than a minute she emerged, accompanied by seveniriends. I never $saw so many come out o...

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. — 21 January 1881

CUMTTSH""" T . i IOLA REGISTER. terms: Oaeyear, ia advance, $2 sixmontas, ta advance, i w Three month?, in advance, SO 3Gr ranters, J nptafa micrtitmemt t Tu Rxgistbc, tfloarr m favor 6f sUttrng to tktmtetrtiMvt that tktf n lie erfueei t The Iola. Rkgister. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. The Governor's message will be found in to-day's paper. Gov. St. John's message has been printed in the German and Swedish languages. . t According to New Orleans papers, the French form one-third of the entire population of that city. Senator Williams, of Kentucky,wants Congress to appropriate $1,000,000 to be expended by the National Board of Health. The Industrialist claims jthat the little King Philip corn takes the lead this year, it having yielded over sixty bushels per acre on thin upland prai rie soil. Six States and forty counties of our own State are represented in our State Agricultural College at Mauhattaa, Kansas. The whole number of stu dents is 203. The late census shows that there are 76,...

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. — 21 January 1881

.x V IOLA REGISTER. FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1881. X. C, I S. R. R. TIME tutt THROUGH FREIGHT bally"''" I aal' WATFREIGHT,DallyciSp?SMy 8 17 p.m thSK An!ctionB made at Kansas City and through tickets for sale to all eastern pointe. B. S. Anas, Local Agmt. LOCAL. MATTERS. BuHnett Local wider thi heading among editorial notitttwiUbe charged Fifteen cent per line each publication. X o deviation from thU rata to anyone. Borrdw money of Bowlua. Mrs. 8. T. Ellis is sick with typhoid ever. Disagreeable for pedestrians the past few days. There are tome paid editorial notices in this issue. Klaumann is putting up shelving in his new store. Dr. Gifford'a father, from Illinois, is here on a visit. The Presbyterians intend getting up .sociables again. B. F.Burd, of the Inter-jState, was in town on Tuesday last. Quite a number of sleighs out last Tuesday and Wednesday. Chas. Otten has filled his new ice house with a fine lot of ice. Alum dissolved in water, is said, to be .a cure for frost-bitten fee...

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. — 21 January 1881

THE IOLA BEGISTER. Pt-blislied Every Friday. IOLA. - - ,- - -- KANSAS. HEWS AND NOTES. A San-nary of Important Events. II kris M. Plaisted was inaugurated Go; eruor of jfaine on the 13th. (jovkknok Churchill, of Arkansas, was formally inaugurated on the 13th. m General John F. Miller has been elected United States Senator from Califor nia. . r . Secretary ShekthAN is of the opin ion that we can not float a three-per-cent. bond. m The Western Union and the Ameri can Telegraph" Companies have been con solidated. The Maine Legislature has adopted the committee's report, declaring Plaisted elected Governor.-" Paknell will ask for a select commit tee of the House of CommoriBto inquire into the outrages 'In Ireland. ' Genekal Grant has published over his signature in the Chicago Tribune a long article advocating the construction of the Nicaragua Canal. Justice Swayne's resignation will be tendered in a few days, and current ru mor at "Wasbinton is that Stanley Matthews will be bis success...

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. — 21 January 1881

Ni!- -j.U n THE -IOLA -BEGISTE& Published Every Friday. IOLA. KANSAS. GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE, Governor St. John's Communication to the mum legislature A Beview of State Aflalrs. Comprehensive dfGISTOBE: The law makes it my ffiS?2S,,mnlSSi0 to your honorable body StaS,011 tohlns Ae condition of the mate, and to recommend such measures as may be deemed expedient. ? ni;"1?" administration Just closed, the "? the 8tate has been unbroken, our re sources have greatly increased, all industries nave been prosperous; our credit maintains a exalted position, our faculties for trans portation have multiplied, and at no time in our history has Kansas been in a more pros perous condition than at present. In order to more clearly exhibit not only the condition of our State now, but to show THE PBOGBE8S THAT TB BEING MASK. I respectfully invite your attention to the fact i?f weJiave grown from a population of 364, 899 in 1870, to 995,335 in 1880-an increase in ten years of over 173 per cent. Durin...

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. — 21 January 1881

iVW- SJ!P FIVE CENTS PER LIKE. . Advertisements not exceeding Ten Line can be in tertid under thit heading for Five emit per linefmr each publication. "Lott,V "Found,? t" Wanted," ".To Rent," Etc., will be found here. Siuloii's Catabkh Ksmedy. a marrelrous cure for Catarrh, DipUrcria, Canker Month and Head Ache. With each bottle there is an ingen ious nasal injector for the more' successful treat ment of the complaint," without extra charge. Price 50 cts. Sold by B. B. Stevenson , Iola. U .tm ' .. Answer his Question. (Why do so many "people we see around us, seem to prefer to tmffer and Ibe made miserable by indigestion, constipation, diuincss, loss s( appetite, coming up of the food, yellow skin, when for 75 cents, we will sell them Saitoh's Vitalise guaranteed to cure them. Sld by It. B. Stevenson. Shiloh's Consumption Cure. TThls is beyond question the most successful Cough medicine we have evcr.sold, a few doses invariably cure the worst cases of cough, croup, und bronchitis, w...

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. — 28 January 1881

Ou s k z j tcjL uaT S jc4rv. -i IOLA REGISTER. SW V J- JVj; , TOL.XV. IOLA, ALLEN COOTTY, KANSAS, JANUAKY 28, 1880. NO. 6. OUR ANNOUNCEMENT. INOFFICIAL PAPER OF ALLEK CODHI.fa WFJfiUl PAPEKOFTHEXITT OF IOLA. Advertisimg Rates. 8PACZ. lw'K2W'klmo.3mo.6nio.ly 1 inch $1 00 $1 50 2 50 3 00 500 83 00 4 00 600 850 12 00 25 00 $5 00 7 50 $7 50 10 00 15(0 20 00 40 00 65 00 2 inches. 2 00 "3 inches.... I X column.. J column. . 1 column... I 2 50 350 600 10 00 10 00 12 00 800 15 0J 25 00 40 00 Sabscription Rates. fint copy one year $2.00 One copy six months l 00 Three months, 50 cents. Six greeks, 25 cents. Single copy, 5 cents . CHURCH DIRECTORY. . METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Corner of Jefferson Avenue and Broadway St. .Services every Sabbath at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p. m. Class meeting imniediateh after the morning service. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., W. H. Slavens Superintendent. Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7:30 p. m. Strangers and visitors in the city and all others cordially invit ed t...

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. — 28 January 1881

THE IOLA REGISTER. IOLA. imbllshed Every Friday. . 7" KANSAS. NEWS AND NOTES. A Sanaury of taportamt ETenta. BrrnNG-Buix Is reported to be again on the war-path. t . The Whittaker Court-martial con vened atNew York on the 20th. General Grant has accepted the Presidency of the "World's Fair Commission. Following Secretary Sherman, Sen ator Allison, of Iowa, has.been on a pilgrim age to Mentor. The consolidation of the Union and Central Pacific Railroads is again rumored in financial circles. The Oklahoma colonists at Caldwell have finally broken camp and departed in various directions. Mr. W. H. Gardner, of the Louis ville (Ivy.) Sunda'j Argus, died at Socorro, New ilex., on the 13th. About one thousand petitions for the passage of a National Bankrupt law have been filed in Congress during the present PERSONAL AND GENERAL. - There is a coal famine in some Iowa towns, the supply being entirely exhausted, and it seems impossible to get transporta tion for more. In Marshalltown the scho...

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. — 28 January 1881

THE mLJBEGISTER. PubllshedEvexy Friday.' IOLA. KANSAS. IN THE CHILDBE2PS .HOSPITAL. Our doctor had called in another, I neverhad , - 8cen him before. But he s jut a chUl to my heart -when I law -tTcsh from the surgery schools of France" and umiucrianUB -Harsh red hair, big voice, big chest, big, mer- ciltsb hands! wonderful cures he had done, O yes, but they said, too, of Mm ' He was happier in using 'he knife than in trying to &ave the limb. Andthatlcan-wellbclleve, for he lookd so coarse and so red, I could think ho was one of those who could ureal; their Jests on the dead; And mangle the living dog that had loved him and fawn'd at liis knee Drenched with the hellish oorali that ever such things should be 1 Here was a boy T am sure that some of our children would die But for the voice of Love, and the smile, and the comforting eye ,Here was a bov in the ward, every bone seemed out of place Caught in a mill and crush'd it was all but a hopeless case: And he handled him gently e...

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. — 28 January 1881

IOLA REGISTER. TERMS: One year, in advance, 82 00 Sit months, in advance,..- :-l 00 Three months, in advance..- 50 tjTOur reader, in replying tit advertlttment in Tits ItEuisTKit, trt'W confer favor bfstttiny to the adverlitm tkM'JMeV tup the a&Ofrtfrcm&l in The Iola. RvgiIster. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. Announcement. X hereby announce 'myself as an Independent candidate for the'oflice of Constable for tola 'township. v SAMUEL BAKER. Puringthe year 1880 the exchanges fcjf the 'Tjlevr York clearinghouse was nearly ten. thousand millions more than those of London. The heaviest snow storm known in that section for fifty years prevailed through South Carolina, Alabama and . Mississippi last Monday. Justice .Swain, of Jthe United States Supreme Caurfcj has written his letter of resignation. Another 'Ohio man will doubtless be made happy. It is claimed that the introduction of the best literature -in a cheap form has diminished thesaie of trashy, vic ious noyels fully ninety per c...

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. — 28 January 1881

?sprti,'i-fr-s!55!55HP IOLA KgGISTER. FRIDAxY, JTA.NUARY 28, 1881. X. C, I S. ,. R. TIME TABLE. .QOIKO 2TOBTH. PASSENGER-Dally .1219P.K. THROUGH F&EIG&T Dally 3 33a.m. WAY HEIGHT, Dally except Sunday 3 17 p.m. GOIXG 600TB. PASSENGER-lally : 3 17p.m. THROUGH FREIGHT Daily 5 35 a.m. WAY FREIGHT, Dally except Sundayl 19 r. m. Close connections made at Kansas City and through tickets for sale to all eastern points. R. S. ATXB8, Local Agent. LOCAL MATTERS. Btuinett Local wider thi heading among editorial notiie will be charged Fifteen ctntt per. line each publication. No deviation from thit rate to anyone. Measles iu town. Don't forget to vote. Jiorrow money of Bowlua. Hay is worth $3.75 per ton. A public library is much needed in jur town. "Where was you been, Billy boy, Billy boy." There is a great demand for dwel ling houses. A splendid assortment of toilet soaps at Stevenson's. A' few homeopathic doses of snow ,during the week. Mrs. V. H. McClure is visiting friends in Ottawa...

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. — 28 January 1881

. . MM '1' rram Shetland Penies. The ponies are not an agricultural, but a .lomestic, necessity. In Shetland, asi ..ins of Ireland, every family depend- -or its supply of fuel on peat, ana as tha eat.is seldom found near at nana on th ''shore where the houses stand, but o the hill behind them there is al- wav i toll in tne rear in --i--erv island consisting mainly of hill, witn a patch or two of smooth " land in a lew snug nooks by the shore-and as it often is at a distance of several steep and stony iniles. each house requires several ponies, the number depending on the distance and the character of the road. A family living "convenient to the neat may require only two peat quire half a dozen. The material, after it ha; been dug and dried m the usual manner, is carried home on the backs of then. lies in baskets, called cassies.' It Oobvious that the back which has to perforin this kind of service should be Wd and strong. The Shetland pony - :..:. nomnia nf dereloDment: for fenerati...

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. — 28 January 1881

r - Interesting Facts as to the Habits of the Japanese. 5k rTOenttoadoptie5ifionIof -nejbtate Department requiring Consur . lar officials abroadto report upon-' the trade, manufactures and varieorindus tries of the places to which they are ac credited has resulted in the compilation of some interesting information. The following paragraphs are from the re port on Japan: - ! It is now nearly a quarter of a century since Perry opened the'sealed gateways of Japan to the commerce and travel of the world. The unique civilization of an island empire, with an area of 150,000 square miles and more than 35,000,000 of people, was then first presented to modern times for study and investiga tion. Since that time libraries of books and pamphlets and volumes of letters have been written upon every phase of that civilization, except the status and condition of the laborer. Of the import ance and power 035,000000 of people as-added factors.in th products otthe -world tiiercujatf j3e,noJu;estiqn: A...

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. — 28 January 1881

The Midwinter (February) .gcribner -has always been a special number, as - rich as the choicest literary jnatter and 'the most beautiful wood engravings can make' it. Of the last year's mid winter numberthe London Tim c said : "It is a really magnificent triumph of American pictorial art and literary gen ius." 'The English publisher of Scrlb--ner has telegraphed for 17,000 contaMif jthe present nunpiber, au advance of 6,000 upon his orders last year, and the largest edition of .an American maga zine ever'sent toEugland; In fact, It is said to be larger than the month ly Vales of any English magazine. The American edition of Scrilmer has .grown during 1SS0 about 20,000 copies. A delightful feature of the magazine (this year is a series ot sparkling novel ettes, or .condensed novels, Instead of a "serial story. "A Falrffiarbarinu," ,the story of a piquant American girl In England, by "Mrs. Frances Hodgson teurnett,' begins iu this February num ber' wi,th a" tventyUyo page install ment...

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. — 4 February 1881

REGISTER. jc . - t: TOL.XT. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, FEBRUARY 4, 1881. NO. 7 IOLA OUR AKKOUMCEMEKT. -OFFlCUL PAPEB QV ALLEN COUHTT.-CS OFFICIAL PAPER OP THE CITY OP IOLA. Advertisiag Rates. 8FACE. llW'I 1 inch 91 oo 2 inches.... 2 00 .3 inches 2 30 X column.. 350 3 column.. 6 00 1 column... 10 00 SW'k 91 .) 3 50 300 500 8 00 15 OJ lmo. $3 00 4 00 600 8 50 12 00 25 00 3 mo, 5 CO 760 10 00 12 00 25 00 40 00 8 mo. $7 50 10C0 15(0 20 00 40 00 65 00 III $10 15 20 35 65 100 Safescriptiom Rates . .One copy one year $2.00 .One copy six months 1 00 Three months, 50 cents. Six weeks, 25 cents. Single copy, fi cents. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Grranca. Clectinxxs Sale CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Mits, Gloves, Underwear AND FURNISHING GOODS. As we are to move into onr NEW BRICK BLOCK in the Spring, we wish to go in a new Stow with a New Stock. Therefore we will give you bargains that will pay to come and see as. AWe have a? good a Rand-Made Boo f and Shoe as there is in southern Ka...

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. — 4 February 1881

HikImStc'rtflbes'ai)hoMey.,',z A Catholic missionary who has spent -many years in equatoral Africa relates "the following: Under the reign of Gnezo, the late "King of Dahomey, human sacrifices had become comparatively rare) bnt his suc- -oessor, Greiy, a slave to fetish priests, kas revived them with greater cruelty -and more-lavish expenditure otlifelhan -ever. Themissionaries, underrhis gov- . eminent, haVeheen powerless to check "this shedding-of human blood. The number.of slaves who annually perish in' 'this way is, estimated at several -thou- sand. ..The King oj Dahomey 'is as is I known, the mostr&rocidus'and. powerful ruler iu the 'whole' region. During ten smonthrotthe year he makes, incursions" -on. tne .neigcooring territories- to eaten -s large a' number of slave3fas possible. He is chiefly assiatedjn this jvork Jjy. his two celebrated 'regiments ofamazohs. "The prisoners' made in thesd expeditions -are divided into three classed; one is sold to the slave merchants of...

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. — 4 February 1881

. Sea iro' 81Ipjr - Nothikg so quickly divests a man of dignity. as a long, sprawling fall on a slippery pavement. He clutches fran ucaLy at the sky. He half recovers his equilibrium, and then suddenly lurches tne other way. Every limb starts off. w iws' own noofc. lie gyrates. He gesticulates.-.He expostulates. He ro tates. His right foot strikes out for heaven, his left for the far West, while ins hat gambols gayly over the curb stone. With resolution, emphasis and resonance, he sits down .hastily on a sharp piece of ice to 'reflect, the last vestige of dignity and piety gone. And yet this thing goes on from day to day, and will to the last syllable of recorded time. Ordinances to enforce the clean, ing of pavements are dead letters. They prove, like many 'other laws, that stat utes in advance of public sentiment amount to nothing. They are silently ignorca Dy common consent. Mer chants, who would seem directly inter- cateu m musing pavements saio ana pleasant before their own doo...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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