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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 11 March 1881

; s- $?i- v 1, Ji? -$; fc- tfv- TrTA!? IT TC-ZJssSwsrs,B'Tll CWtf:iKasa!:::3:n! ror several 3ireej&8jB8iuuucwu f TEEMS ; One year, In advance ,.: V.i .260 fiix1 months v in advance,. k ? 100 Three months, iu adraBce, 60 53"OKr reaiert, in reptjfiwf to advertitements in Tun Register, villzenfer a favor by ttating to the advtrlit'rs thejt tkty & the advertisement in TiIeIola Bkpisteu. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. The Legislature of Maine will electa successor to Blaine next Tuesday. At a recent book sale in London an ancient edition of the Bible, printed n Latin about 1402, brought $3,800. All the appropriation bills were passed and signed by President Hayes .before the adjournment of Congress. Under the late act of the Legisla ture County Superintendent Root is required to visit all the schools in the county every six months. President Hayes vetoed the funding bill, and we believe he did right. His vetoe message will be found in full on the inside of to-day's paper. By appointme...

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. — 11 March 1881

"s IOLA REGISTER ERIDAY, MARCH 11,1881. S. C, T.Jb S. R. R. TIME TABLE. PASSEXGER-Daily 12 19f at. TOKOUGH FREIGftT-Dailv . ' '3 IUk WAYtfBEIGHT.Daily except Sunday XX r.u. PASSEKGEn-uK0.!0.. 3 17r ?? wto-Daiiy.::: ::: 5 ! J "WAT. FUEIUHT, Daily except Saadovl2 t9 p. . u , nectlonB made at Kansas City and through tickets for sale to all eastern points. K. S. Atzus, Local Agent. Borrow your Money of BOWLUS, the only lender who has money to let WITH OUT COMMISSION ON ANY LENGTH OF TIME and in terest payable ANNUALLY at end of year. LOCAL HATTERS. Business Locals wider this hading among editorial wiotUez will be cliaryrd Fifteen cent per line each publication. No deviation from thit rate to anyone. Borrow money of Bowlus. New Spring Prints at Nor tkr tip's. Another snow atorni up north this "week. will Stow is at home from the State University. Have you complied with the dog ordinance ? A splendid assortment of toiletsoaps at Stevenson's. New styles in Lace Fichucs and Ties .at Northru...

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. — 11 March 1881

li ""s; 'u irff?i"rt.jrfl- v,i "v 4 vf M T7JT" FaMlBfv .i v PV A ulkge portion of our Northern 'States is at this writing suffering severe ly from famine. andVoaaths in7 conse quence olJt aire ofHailr occrfaenWl It is troelthat the erppofl880 wetoffi UBJ ll CUCUCUICU BUUUUiUICO , 11.13 HUO MUkV -there is plenty of fuel, coal and wood at "Seasonable prices ; but for all -tha$r our, people are dying 01 iauunu. Jveu in the palaces of the wealthy, where there is no, lackof moneyr-to snpplyeveryv wane, no re ss tnauin ibb ceiiare, -wnere poverty and jBlth -hide1 themselves from famine! It isn't said that people die of -famine: they are said to die of scrofulous consumption, of typhoid pneumonia, of rheumatism, ana a UKrasanuoinerfCom plaints, but they arereally 'dying of diamine, now can mis uer imx, us enter this handsome house where the mother lies prostrate on her death bed. Double windows exclude all access of air through them. Weather strip3 at the doorsjbar outthe.colcL- by ingenio...

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. — 11 March 1881

. Some Hints .en., 6eed -jCkeese Mails. . Tho following extract is from the ad- dress of Mr. Kobert McAdam, deliv ered before the Butter and Cheese As sociation at Canton, N. Y.f on the,l8th " of January: ' .. w . t. 4 It is imperative that fine cheese should be handsome and good-looking, as wellasood; therefore every point ofinwardquality or outward appear- ance which detracts from this value as a whole should as far as possible be avoided. The importance of having milk pure and well kept cannot be too strongly insisted upon, and the utmost care, and vigilance should be bestowed upon this point. '-Badly kept milk gives the cream a tainted, disagreeable taste which can never be thoroughly eradi cated, and "is the true" cause of the harsh, bitter taste in cheese. It is true that a great many fine cheese and much s fine butter is now made in this State; yet it is a fact that in many factories called fine, during four months make? their early and late makes' are not up to the mark. Why...

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. — 11 March 1881

pn.-.;H -J." ?.tra; '-WSs.'"':-' rT3u r; -- ttar-c-- 7 - JT-jW &? ii ;;Seajr Fmmm's. Railroad .Anact to prevent jand punish dis- , crimjpajtjon by rajjjoas in the trans , j.pprton of freights and freight cars, ' . and. provide for Hie pnblicion ,o : increased r&tag of freighjfc and the time ( of fejg effect thereof, Be it enacted by the legislature of ' . the.State of Kansas; ' .Section 1. No railroad corporation , organized or doing business in this r State, under any act of incorpora- , tion or general law of this State now ;dn force, or which may hereinafter be ..enacted, or any-railroad corporation .organized or which may hereafter be .organized under the laws of any other fState, doing business 'in this State, .shall charge, collect, demand or receive for any distance in this State a greater amount of toll or compensation for the transportation of freight of any descrip tion, or for the use and transportation of any railroad car upon its track, any fit the branches ther...

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. — 18 March 1881

i qM) &w(&JicUj Jlqs&U' x. . 1 -tfSHSM' r- - n-t- TOLA JSe"" - -V. - 4 ' 3 hi REGISTER M TOL.XV. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, MABCH 18, 1881. NO. 13 NOTICE TO FARMEKS ! We have just completed arrangements to procure money for Farmers "in the old, fashioned way" "Witliout'Commissions at 10 per' cent Per Annum. No interest paid in advance and no semt-anriualpayriients. This money is to loan to Farmers only, and at rates tliey can afford to use in investments. Time, 5 Years. Write or call on, CEO. A. BOWLUS, Gen'l. Manager Neosho Valley Land Agency, ZOX.A. KANSAS. G-rand. Clearing Sale CLOTHING-, BOOTS and SHOES, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Mils, Gloves, Underwear AND FURNISHING GOODS. - A v arc to move Into our NEW RKICK KLOCK In the Spring, wc wish to go in a new store with a Sew Mock, ihereforo we will gle jou bargains that will pa to como and see us. We Ivave as good a Hand-Made Boot and Shoe as there is in Southern Kansas. TRUNKS AND SATCHELS OF ALL GRADES. Anderson & DeClu...

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. — 18 March 1881

PM...7 1 Photography as a Means f Detecting Criminals. There are many striking instances of the value of pictures to assist in the de tection of criminals. The venerable Mrs. Ogden Hoffman was once robbed of her pocketbook on the rear platform of a Fourth Avenue car. She was posi tive that she could pick out the man who robbed her, and, on visiting the Rogue's Gallery, instantly picked out the picture of a well-known thief named Fatty Do lan. the companion of Red Leary, who was detected picking pockets at the Paris Exposition, and served five years in a French prison. Inspector Byrnes caused the arrest of Dolan, and not long afterward, by some mysterious channel, Mrs. Hoffmanns watch was re turned. The famous English swindling swell, Lord Beresford, was recognized walking onJJroadway with an elegantly dressedlady by Detectives Dusenbury and Radford. His lordship was highly indignant, and protested against the ac tion of the detectives as an outrage. He was confronted with his pictur...

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. — 18 March 1881

HOME AUD FARM. Apply glue as nearly boiling hot as possible, especially upon large joints. Fowls seldom tire of milk. They may eat too much grain or meat for health, but milk in any form is both pal atable and healthy. To Make Shoes Waterproof. -A coat of gum-copal varnish applied to the soles of boots and shoes and repeated as it dries until the pores are filled and the surface shines like polished mahog any will make the soles waterproof and make'them last three times as long. Never use any thine but light blankets to cover the sick. The heavy, imper vious counterpane is bad, for the reason that it retains the exhalations from the Eores of the sick person, while the lanket allows them to pas3 through. "Weak persons are invariably distressed by a great weight of bed-clothes, which often prevent their getting any sound sleep whatever. Baked Apple Dumplings. Select good tart cooking apples. Pare, cut in two and cut the core out. Make a dough as for cream or soda-biscuits, excepting a...

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. — 18 March 1881

IOLA REGISTER, TERMS: .One year, in advance '. 2 00 -Six months, in udvance,. :...'. I .. 1 00 JThree montjis, in advance,...'....' 50 VSOur readers, rejpiingJe a&ctrlfstmtntt in Tiie Kegisteh, will Omfer a favor by-stating to the adverlitrrt that they taw the advertuement in Tuk'IOLa'RKGISTEU. OFFICIAL PAPER OP COUNTY. For Sixty Pays. Ve have made arrangements with the JLeavenworth Times ty which we can isend that "paper and The Register .for 'one year for $2.f0 cash in advance. 'Thus for a slight advance over the cost of one you can obtain the two pa- pers. The Register is the largest pa pier in thecoyfnty and has for years dis--'counted other papers in the amount of reading matter given each week Be ing theoftjeial paper of the county, all tax-pyers snould take it. A spec ialty is the local news from every .township. Sample copies of The Register sent on application. Sam- lecopies of the Leavenworth Times ;canbe seen at this office. Now is the inie to subscribe. One of Blaine...

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. — 18 March 1881

IOLA REGISTER. FRIDAY, MARCH 18,188J. .X. C, L. & s. R. R. TIME TABLE. rPASSEXGER-Dkur """' U II, "SSSS n'HTitoHy:::::::; I I'.S: MA1FEEIGHT, Daily except Sunday 3 17 R.M. . ;OIXQ 80CTH. PASSENGER Daily 0""1"' 3i7rK S-b'aV-"::::::: 35;;": WA FRElUHT.Daily exceptSundayl219 r. M. ClOEe COnnpr.tiiina mmln !.-.,.,., !,. -J .through tickets for sale to all eastern joints. It. S. Aykus, Local Agent. We will open next week the finest Hue of Millinery and Ladies' Furnish ing'JGfoods ever brought to Iola. Clark & -LittlefieIiD. y Fxed Hutchings, the brunette attor ney of Neosho county, and a rattling ijood one by-the-way, is attending to several important cases this term of court. Borrow your Money of BOWLUS, the only lender who has money to let WITH OUT COMMISSION ON ANY LENGTH OF TIME and in terest payable ANNUALLY at end of year. LOCAL MATTERS. Business Local under thi heading among editorial notice will be charged Fifteen cent jier line each publication. Xo deviation from thi rat...

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. — 18 March 1881

THE IOLA BEGISTER. FablUhed Every Friday. IOLA. KANSAS. NEWS AND NOTES. A Summary of Important Events. The Pennsylvania Railroad Company has purchased the Philadelphia, "Wilmington & Baltimore Boad. William P. FRTE'has received the Bepablican nomination for Senator from Maine, to succeed Blaine. Judge Bancroft Davis,, Assistant Secretary of State to HamiltonFish, has been tendered and has accepted the same position tinder the present Administration. Ihe pedestrian contest for the O'Leary belt, which terminated at New York on the 5th, was won by Panchat, who made 541 miles 825 yards in 142 hours. Abbam S. Hewitt has addressed a letter to ex-Gov. Jewell, inclosing $100 to defray the expenses of " hunting down the rascal who forged the Morey letter," and promising more if necessary. Mrs. Frances E. Willard, heading a committee of Temperance ladies, on the 8th visited the White House and presented to President Garfield an oil portrait of Mrs. Hayes, which was designed and subscribed...

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. — 18 March 1881

THE IOLA REGISTER. Pabllabed Erezy Friday. IOLA. KANSAS. VLES OF DESCENT IN UNITED STATES. THE AS LAID DOWN BT KENT Df 1831. If one dies owning an estate, It lineally must gravitate. If but one heir, it will annex To lain or her in spite of ex; If there be more, as well there may, They alL shall take " per capita." Bnt if decrees perchance there be, Of different consanguinity, As sons and j,Tandsons, all shall take. And an estate in common make; Hut such grandsons have cause to fear it, They'll not an item more inherit Than would have been their father's share, Had he been the living heir. But if the owner meets his fate Xo lineal heir to his estate. We've dared the common law to mead, And his estate shall now ascend. Again: in case the owner do Lack issue and luckparents too, His brothers and his sisters shall Succeed by rules collateral. If brothers, sis.ters. nephews, nieces, They then will take in equal nieces; If some be dead, some living be, They'll take by nearness of degree....

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. — 18 March 1881

m- g&Z Things That Men Will Bfot Do. A man will never make use of an honest woman's name in an imnroner place, or in mixed company. He will not- make assertions about her that he false, or make allusions about her that she would blush to bear. Men will nofc do these things, but creatures .called men very often do them. They do nojt hesitate to make the most reck less assertions about women, at the most unsuitable times, and in the most .disgusting manner. The vile creature, who is continually making such ob scene remarks, should be shunned as a deadly poison by all true men. He is an ulcerous cancer on the body politic. Being lost to all sense of honor and shame, he outrages decency, .defames characters, and' is a libel on humanity. Such vile and filthy crea tures contaminate the boys and youth of the land: This is the great school of vice and crime whose instruction is more wide-spread than the circulation of the newspaper. It contaminates the heajit, roots out purity, subverts...

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. — 25 March 1881

y - IOLA REGISTER. ?-t TOL. XV. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, MARCH 25, 1881. NO.U A. NOTICE TO We have just completed money for Farmers "in the old fashioned way" TtTitlxout Commissions at 10 per cent Per Annum. No interest paid in advance and no semi-annual payments. This money is to loan to Farmers only, and . at rates they can afford to use in investments. Time, 5 Years. Write or call on, GEO. A. BOWLUS, Gen? I. Manager Neosho Valley Land Agency, ZOX.A. ZCACTSAS. GciceiJCLCL Clearing Sale CLOTHING-, BOOTS and SHOES, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Mits, Gloves, Underwear AND FURNISHING GOODS. As wc nrv to move into our XEW IUUCFv BLOCK in the Spring, c wtah to p In a new store with a New StocV. Therefore w w ill gi e ou liaigaina that w ill pa to come and see us. We have as good a Hand-Made &oot and Shoe as there is in Southern Kansas. TRUCKS AND SATCHELS OF ALL GRADES. Anderson & DeClute. FROM THIS DATE cjrriL thi 1st of :&t,2ro2a. I will sell all my goods at GREATLY Wm PIES! I h...

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. — 25 March 1881

. f I -u T. . - --- THE IOLA REGISTER. Published Every Friday. IOLA. KANSAS. NEWS AND NOTES. A Summary of Important Events. A dreadful plague is playing sad havoc in the villages of Mesopotamia. J. Stanley Brown has been appointed Private Secretary to President Garfield. General Eckeut says twelve hun dred mileB of Western Union wires will be laid this year toward Mexico and the Pacific i m The Navy Department has purchased the whaling steamer Mary and Helen, for. $100,000, to be sent in search of the missing Arctic explorer Jeannette. The Pope's encyclical letter has been Issued proclaiming the jubilee from March 19 to November 1 for Europe, and to the end of the year for the rest of the world. It is not believed that Alexander HL will in any material way modify the repres sive policy against the disaffected in Russia which was carried out by his father. Governor Pillsbury of Minnesota has appointed Gen. A. J. Edgerton to the United States Senate, to fill the vacancy made by the ap...

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. — 25 March 1881

THE IOLA EE&ISTEE. TwbiUhmd Every Friday. IOLA. - - - " KANSAS. JACK CHIDDT. A Trne Incident of the Bail. Brave Jack Chiddy Ob, well you may sneer, or tne name isn't one that sounds nice In the ear; But a name is a sound nothing more deeds are best? z -And Jack had the soul of a man In his breast. Now, I heard you say that you're fond of a tale, If It bears upon railway men and the rail, well, neie is one that will suit you, 1 know, Though it happened a good many years ago. Jack Chiddy there yon are smiling again At the name, which 1 own is both common and plain Jack Chiddy, I say, wrought along with his mates, Tear m and year out, on a section of plates. -Simple enough was the work, with no change But to see that both lines were In gauge and range; Fasten a key there, and tighten n bolt. All to keep last trains from giving a jolt. Strange when one thinks where a hero may rise, Bay, at times, In a moment before our eves, Or right f 1 ora our side, ere we know it, and do Thewoiko...

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. — 25 March 1881

I- IOLA REGISTER. terms : One year, in advance, $2 004 hi months, in advance, 1 00 Three month, in adiuure, ... 50 J3"0tt' readers, in rsiilgipj to cdcerlittiptnis fa Thk RBaioTKit, will ciinfcr a favor by stating Jo .the advcrtU'r' that tkej $am jt hdccrtbttrntnt in ITjik Iola llLtiiviBi:. ' i OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. Topeka now claims a population ol toyer ,15,000 and is a ety of the iirs.t .class. The first through train from Kansas vCity to;San Frandefo left tiie former place last week. sv . "Wilifield claims that at her present rate of speed she will have a popula tion of 10,000 in 1885. The surveyors are at work on the' pine of the proposed railroad between Topeka and Ottawa. "We are fronting to ,the .future," were the ringing words of president (Garfield in his inaugural address. "There are Democrats in the South," jsaid Judge Hoar in reply to Ben Hill, -"whodo.not nieantQj$iveany longer in grave -yards and among tombs, whose thin faces are towards morning, and on whose hrop...

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. — 25 March 1881

y m IOLA REGISTER. FRIDAY, MARCH 25,1881. X. C, L. & S. R. R. TIME TABLE. WAllfeEIGCn; Daily except Sunday 3jO r.si, THROUGH FREIGHT Daily Zasx'yi WAYFRElGnT,Dailyccci)tSumVaVl2 11 f.'m. s.OSk fpnnectlons made at Kanssls City and Uirough tickets for Hale to all eastern points. -R. S. Ayeus, Ixical Agent. Borrow yonr Money of BOWLUS, the only lender who has money to let WITH OUT COMMISSION ON ANY LENGTH OP TIME and in terest payable ANNUALLY at end of year. LOCAL MATTERS. Biuinct tocalt under thit heading among editorial notice will be charged Fifteen cent per line each publication. No deviation from thit rate to anyone. Borrow money of Bowlus. y" Chain up or muzzle your dogs. Good, farm bauds are in demand. New Spring Prints afc Northrup's. Mdreof the beautiful snow Friday night last. A splendid assortment of toilet soaps at Stevenson's. Xew styles in LaceFichues and Ties at IKbrthrup's. "W. A. Cowan was up to Kansas City this week. J. W. McClure starts East, after goods next. w...

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. — 25 March 1881

?is jv- ' " Bemetking Aboit the Boers. Anothony Trollop in Ms work on -South Africa. pive3 an account of the sarioos customs of courtship -prevailing among the Boers. The young Boer, ays Air. Trollope, who thinks that he wants a wife, and has made up his mind -So look for one, begins by riding round t She country to find, the article that will -uit b.yn. On this occasion he does not 'rouble himself with the hard work of sonrtship, but merely sees what there is within the circle to which he extends his inspection. He will have dressed him selt with more' "than ordinary care, so 'Jhat anv impression which it may make rmay be favorable, and it is probable 'that the young ladies in the district know what be is about. But when ne nas -made bis choice, then he puts on hi3 -rery best and cleans' his saddle or bor- tOHfo a new one, and sticks a feather in "his cap, and goes forth determined to carry his purpose. He takes with him a bottle of sugar-plums an article in reat favor among the Bo...

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. — 25 March 1881

V HOME AND FARM.' Doddlinsp. Take thrcacuos of fine rye meal, three cups of Indian meal, one egg, and. three tablespoonfuls of molasses ; add a little salt and allspice, and enough rich sweet milk to make a batter stiff enough to drop from a spoon. Fry to a good brown in hot lard. Stale Bread Breakfast Cakes. Soik five or six slices of stale bread over night in three cupfuls of buttermilk. In the mofniog mash the bread fine; add two well-beaten egg3, three teaspoonfals of soda, a little salt, and flour to make of just the right consistence to fry on a griddle. These are better than the or dinary griddle cakes. Carbonate of Ammonia. A few drops of carbonate of ammonia in a small quantity of warm rainwater will prove a safe and easy antacid, and will change, if carefully applied, discolored spots upon carpets, and indeed all spots, whether produced by acids or alkalies. If you have a carpet injured by white wash this will immediately restore it. Codfish and Cheese. Just bring to a boi...

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