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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 25 March 1881

' -The Sunday Magier4lrU. 'TJjejpresent number overjKn wlth ;readip roaster to suit all .classy, and V,Wch.cappqtfiUt6.proxe.i8trwctivef entertaining ap profitable. It is a publication wqich must .find a rel .conieiu every family. The contents tare abpndant apd .varied, but we can .only glance at them. 'How the Poor .Jboiks Jbive," by the JKUitor, is aeepiy interesting' and the twelve illustra- .tlnno aoriTcS tn tntatiaifv fho intfr(flt.- itions serve to intensify the interest. "Memories i of Eiryyt " by 8. K. Hunt, "Easter and the Days Before It," Good Friday in Munich." "The Great South American Struggle," etc., ,are among the particularly notable articles. In the department of fiction ;are, a continuation of the admirable serial "Out of the World." by Mrs. O'Reilly; "A Ghost Story," by Bev. J. Hyatt Smith ; "For the Coming of (the King," an Easter Story, by Helen W. Pierson, etc. The poems are quite numerous and of great merit. The miscellany - is unusually abundant. There are 12...

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. — 1 April 1881

'i2S9ty'Mf?"-K W'w' - . S 'i '' "ft-.. , - -! F J1 TOL.XV. IOLA, ALLM COUNTY, KANSAS, APKEL 1, 1881. NO. 15 awtofejw j? gg -av REGISTER IOLA NOTICE TO We have just completed arrangements to procure money for Farmers "in the old fashioned ivayf' Witnout Commissions at 10 per cent Per jELnnusn. 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, f H Gen' I. Manager Neosho Valley Land Agency, 4 XOX.A. KANSAS. OF CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Mits, Gloves, Underwear AND FURNISHING GOODS. As" we arc U move iuto onr XEW 11UICK BLOCK in the jn ig, n a v, Mi to so in a now stni e vitfc a Now Stock. Therefore we w ill give j ou bargains th.it w ill p.ij to come ami rte lis. We have as good a Hand-Made Boot and Shoe as there is in Southern Kansas. TRUNKS AND SATCHELS OF ALL GRADES. Anderson & DeCIute. FROM THIS DATE 4-VTrt. Tii...

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. — 1 April 1881

J-ei Basques, Draperies, Etc. The new basques are single-breasted, nd fit -as smoothly as a Jersey all around the hips until they reach the middle, forms of the back, where they are folded in' two box pleats that may be triple or quadruple, and are open up the middle seam to show the layers of folds or pleats. Jn order to keep the round basque perfectly smooth over the hips, it is loaded by weights of lead to hold it down, 'and these weights are not confinedtothe front and back as atrpres OHtfwhen only four or six are used, but there are now ten or twelve weights placed at intervals around the basque in the facing that completes it. 'Some times the left side form, of the basque is made very much 'longer than that on the riirht side, and is caught up by a bow of ribbon on the pleats of the mid dle form. Jn others, there are four box pleats in the middle, behind, that reach nearly to, the bottom of the lower skirt; these are arranged in pairs, two above the other two., are lined with ...

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. — 1 April 1881

Becellectlons of a Highland Cessna. , The Miss McFarlanes are three, maid- jxen ladies sisters, s It seems the one would not trust the6lher; to see the census paper fillebVup; so they agreed tobnngittometOLfillitiu. 'Would you kindly fill in this census PWer fr us?" said Miss McFarlane. My sisters will look over, and give you their particulars by and by." a0W ss MFarlane is a very nice lady; though Mrs. Cameron tells me -.she has been calling very often at the 'manse since the minister lost his wife. Be.that as.it may,.Lsaid.to-her that I would be happy to fill up the paper; and asked her in the meantime to give me her own particulars. When it came to the age column she played with her boot on the carpet, and drew the black ribbons of her silk bag through her fingers, and whispered: "You can say four-and-thirty, Mr. McLauchlin." "All right, ma'am," says I; for I knew she was four-and-thirty, at any rate. Then Miss Susan came over that's the second sister, really a handsome young cre...

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. — 1 April 1881

3 -'i---y,;rv5T! i-jJp?".? IOLATtEGISTER. TERMS; One year, in advance","...! 2 00 Six months, inr advance,.. .".... : 1 00 Three months, in advance,..'.....'."..'. 50 Jf-Our readers, in. replying to advertisements in The Kkgx&tpk, will conjer a favor by italiwj to the advertises it at then tuo the advertisertext in The IolVRecistcs. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. s Gold continues to flowiuto this coun try from 'Europe. Ex-i5enator Pomeroy is engaged in mining in North Carolina. The bomb is a success in Europe. American-bums will take heart. President Hayes sent to Congress ten veto messages durjtmj his adminis tration. The Garnett ' JPiaiudealer estimates the loss by ihe fire in that town at $25,000. A number of new railroads are now being built in this State by news papers. Foreigners are now arriving a,t the port at New York at the rate of 5,000 per week. Francis Murphy has goneo Europe, jipon special invitation, to start a total abstinence crusade. The merchants and newspapers of ...

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. — 1 April 1881

;, ., jsJ-tKasria!s' u ,5sb"-, svft-vss. 4": W. IOLA REGISTER. FBIDAYAPRIL 1,1881. X. C, I. A S. R. R. TIME TABLE. flATvn "VAT!- PASSEXGER-DaUv. . 12 11 p WA1 KEIGH1, Daily except Sunday 3 25 p.m. WAHKLHirr,Daily except Sundavl2 11 v. x. Close connections made at Kansas City and tnrougu tickets for sale to all eastern points. It. S. Ayeus, Local Agent. a. uiugriwoy Perryvinoefi ajrlllneaS FJffcv .Borrow your 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. Butmttt Localt under this trading among editorial notice will be charged Fifteen cent per line each publication. No deviation from thi i ate to anyone. Spring breezes. Everybody busy. Borrow money of Bowlus. Attend the concert lo-night. Don't fail to vote next Monday. Grass is making its appearance. The crop of spring poetyls unusually Bght. House cleaning stillifldefinitely post poned. T. J. Clark returned to St. Louis ...

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. — 1 April 1881

THE IOLA BEGISTER. Papllslied.EvexT Friday TOLA- - - KANSAS. PWS AND NOTES. a v A Summary of Important Events. The Arkansas Legislature adjourned sine die on the 19th. t The funeral of the late Czar took place on the 21st with most imposing cere monies. Gen. Gonzales Ortega, one of the most famous of Mexican soldiers, died a few days ago. The Spanish Ministry resigned on the 23d, on account of a vote of want of confi dence by the Upper House. ' France has issued a new S per cent, loan, and the streets in the vicinity of the , Treasury office were blockaded by people desirous to invest in the bonds. Reports having become current that Senator David Davis was about to resign his office and retire to private life, a Blooming ton dispatch Bays he has recently written friends there stating he will serve out his full term as Senator and then return to that place and devote his entire attention to his private business. Turkey now agrees to make the ad ditional concessions to Greece in Thess...

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. — 1 April 1881

y. , THE IOLA REMSTEE. Vafeltatod Kray VrMay. IOLA, ... KANSAS. A TRANSVAAL SONG. IHE MAKSEILLAIJSE OF THE DUTCH BOBBS DC THEIR WAR WITH ENOULND. The following verses were recently writtea By a Transvaal Boer to stimulate his countrv xnen in their contests against the English lorces. They are now sung before going into action. The author's name is unknown- This translation was made fiomacopy.inDutcb.of J?e LonS which has j ust been received from the Transvaal. When came Xleinfontein's bloody day, In all the fury of the fray There was one thought that ruled us all. And that was this" The foe must falll" For all men dearly loved their land, Not one but scorned the tyrant's hand. And so our song must ever be, " We will be free. And on our side the right shall be." To yield our freedom is no task, It is no wonder that we ask Only what rights to ns belong. Only that tyranny is wrong. Can we not keep our sad, sore land? It is not worth a jobber's hand. Yes, yes. we will forever be "We wil...

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. — 1 April 1881

':' ". , ; . W la asss3a -. r' " -watA'fflMBw. rsaw asa --sr-Kasrew; 'BsnesasKsasjgW'ii et -'- ?Kr5."s-.v jJ ix-spvavsae? - 0 " tc TOT p. 5 f Areas and Storm Centers. "I see," said Mrs. Spoopendyke, as she laid the paper down, "Iseethat Ave are to have rising, followed by fall ing barometer, with northeast to south west winds, and higher or lower tem perature, with clear, or 'partly cloudy weather and light rains. How is it they contrive to teJJ .so accurately about the weather? Do you under- stand it?" "Certainly," repled Mr. Bpoopen dyke. "They do it hy observation. They have a man out West observing, and a man down East who observes, aud fellows observing around in diner eut parts of the country. They put all together, and we know just what it's soing to do." "1 suppose that's what makes the wind so different every morning when one man's temperature is rising, another's is falling, and when one is clear all the rest are partly cloudv, with" "No, they ain't. Each observer sends in...

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. — 8 April 1881

? 14s svMka ff3r-s3:3LjeEtA"-i!-i'iCWLs5Ka7-rtti saAiwjaaiciswjaij 1Wi-Sa5'ra.tl3gt'i - IOLA REGISTER. ?:'! S.T T. --!iUr-I YOIXV. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, APRIL 8, 1881 NO.lfi Cf S7?, oX . -Z' J -J-CLCS fY-Zl&QC4 m HMD To Invest in Stock, Make Improvements, Pay Debts, Or Pay for Railroad Lands, Al II LOWEST RATE OF INTEREST. PAYABLE AXtTSnjJLlMlMY, AT THE END OF YEAR, with IT O COMMISSIONS WHATEVER; CAN BE HAD IN ANY SUMS DESIRED FOR ONE, TWO, THREE, OR JIVE YEARS, OF CEO. A. BOWLUS, Gt2?,tSL 01,nixg; Sale CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES, i 4 Hats, Caps, Shirts, Mits, Gloves, Underwear AND FURNISHING GOODS. Ab we are t more into our NEW BRICK BLOCK in Uie'Spring, we wish to go in a new store with a New Stock. Therefore we will give you bargains that will pay to come ami see us. We Jtave as good a Sand-Made Boot and Shoe as there is in Soutliem Kansas. TRUNKS AND SATCHELS OF ALL GRADES. Anderson 6l DeClute. ROACH & WOOD DEAJIXUS r Implement Of all Kinds. CULTIVATORS, PLOWS, HAR...

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. — 8 April 1881

w u.& irfp-titT . . ! A 4A4VOAM. v VifciW &V.Ma. rWi4-l-oaV' THE IOLA EEGISTER. Mrilsfced Every Friday. - - ' - KANSAS. IOLA. NEWS, AND' "NfJtES L Summary of Important Events;" " Mayor Ovebstolz has been renom inated by the St. Louis Democrats. m A formidable rebellion prevails in Herat. Ayoob Khan is perhaps already exiled or a prisoner. m Gen. Wood is appointed High Com missioner In Southeastern Africa and Gov ernor of the British possessions. Gen. Adam Badeau ha3 positively declined the position of Charge d' Affaires at Denmark. The President will withdraw the nomination. The Treasury Department is about to fBSue an official report on trichinae and trich inosis, showing the absurdity of foreign na tions placing restrictions upon the importa tion of American pork, when, as will be con clusively shown, our hogs are generally healthier than those of other countries, in all of which trichina are indigenous. The Mexican Southern Railroad Com pany hss been organized in New York...

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. — 8 April 1881

i3!ji3Mr3HB'SE!ffSH5CS953r32H5 THE IOLA REGISTER. Pabllahed Every Friday. IOLA. .... "KANSAS. AT THE MATINEE, I etty, !. Sh e was a stunner, I should say; . , Pje girl Tsat beside, that matinee. I didn't note her when I first went In; But when to stare at me she did begin, I looked at her by Jove, her eyes were bright! iTinged with long, silken lashes, black as night. Red cheeks and cherry lip?. And then' her look Was so piquant, my heart by storm she took. She had au escort, but she didn't seem Him worthy of a single look to deem. Wneue'er 1 looked ai her, I caught the flash Of her bright ej e. 1 felt I'd made a mash. I glanced at her, whenever i could see Ber escort's watchtul gaze was not on me; And she as often did return my glauce. I wished to sp eak. At last I had a chance An entr'acte came. Her escort started out, And I began by asking, as in doubt: "Pardon me, did you speak?" She answered, "So, But I've been leeling like so doing, though." Joy filled me! She went on: "l'leas...

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. — 8 April 1881

IOLA REGISTER. TERMS : One year, in advance $2 00 Six months, in advance 100 Three months, in advance, 50 $3TOur reader, in replying to advertisements in The Register, will confer a favor by ttaling to the advertisers that they tmu the advertisement in The Iola. Bkgistzb. OFFICJLAJL PAPER OF COUNTY. It is, said that President Garfield .will spend the summer at the Soldiers' Home, near Washington. According to the Supreme Court of jlowp, playing billiards for oysters, ,jigars or beer is gambling. It is said that Robert Lincoln, Sec retary of War, has more visitors than any other member of the Cabinet. People living in the rural districts who take the dailies have occasion for rejoicing that city elections are over. Fish Commissioner Long intends soon to start for Washington for fish ,vith which to stock the Kansas streams. Rev. Joseph Cook, whos Boston Monday noon lectures gave him a wide reputation, is now lecturing to iv-, mense audiences in Scotland. There are six counties jin-his...

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. — 8 April 1881

IOLA REGISTER. FRIDAY, APBIL 8, 188L K. C I & S. R. R. THEE TABLE. SOIXG XOBTH. PASSEXGER Daily .ISllr-K. .THROUGH FREIGHT Dally 3A.x. W. AT FSEIGHT.Dally except Sunday S at r.x. GOING 80CXH. PASSENGER Daily 3 25r.Jt. THROUGH FREIGHT Daily 5 35a.m. WAYFREIUHT.Daily eawepiSandavlZ 11 p. v. Close connections made at Kansas City and wvugu tiuieiB ior saie 10 au eaaiern points. R. S. Anas, Local Agent. LOCAL MATTERS. .Btufnm LocaU wider tki heading among editorial notice will be charged Fifteen cent per line each publication. No deviation from thi rate to anyone. FARMERS Can't Afford to pay interest twice a year, and should remember that BOWLUS is the only man in Allen County who loans money at STRAIGHT ten per cent, ANNUAL INTER EST, and HO COMMISIOHS How About that railroad ? Dr. Boulson has beea quite sick this week. Mr. A. Simpson has moved to Mis souri. Travis & McDonald have put up a new sign. Fine assortment of new Prints, at Colborn's. Read O. P. Northrup & Co!s. new...

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. — 8 April 1881

The Close Coleay. Not far from the Missouri River, in "fce north-western corner of lows, is a eoiony of Englishmen who have'under- taken, with moderate capital, andinfin- "ite pluck, to build up their fortunes in tfeis country. Their enterprise is new JKst old enough, however, to furnish satisfactory evidence that agriculture is, when prop'erly undertaken, one of the amost profitable industries in this coun- 'try. Their number at present is about ctknee hundred, and many .additional members are expected this spring. This colony, often called the Close "Colony, owes its origin .to three enter iprisinsr brothers, respectively James, William and Fred Close. One of these -came out here in 1876 to row in the Cambridge boat crew at the Centennial -Regatta. Some of the crew fell sick, .however, and they were forced to leave -Philadelphia and retire to Cape May to recuperate. There Ihe young English man met hi3 destiny, and closed his boating career by an engagement to marry. About this tim...

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. — 8 April 1881

CeauwB Semse tke Fans. If there is one man more than an other that should be possessed' of a fall allowance of common sense, that man is a- farmer. For the good manage ment of a farm calls for a wide knowl edge about many things, prompt and correct judgment perseverance in a somewhat dull routine of duties, and a strict regard for duty in a capacity "where one's ambition is not stimulated by the reward of other persons1 admira tion or approbation, and where, in fact, one's own good conscience only impels, and virtue is really and truly its own reward. For the farmer lives and moves in his own little world, where the center of his sphere Is his family, and its boun dary is his outer fence; and in these narrow limits he does his life's work. In this little world, however, he is moved and actuated by the .very same desires, hopes, and impulses that serve to control other men. , He desires and works for success in his calling, for that pecuniary profit and independence which every man i...

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. — 8 April 1881

-" u I ' . m- .-JfoMe Prentis Oh TepqMMrance. Noble Prentis has said many good things, but we doubt whether he ever condensed more practical truths in the same words, than the following pithy, yet eloquent appeal in a recent issue df the Champion to drinkers and drUnk ards to "dry up" the whole 'agitation over the Temperance act by ceasing to 4 drink, as follows: ..--., In all the turmoil about the prohibi tory liauor law. one vitallv interested party has never spoken or been spoken! to. we aiiuae to tne orunfiBra, ootn in incipient and chronicstages. The law says little about fiim, and, as the Champion has had occasion to remark before, does not' -administer to him the necessary 'tonic,firi the way of punishmentif he offends, and of course holds" out "no incentive' or reward to jhim'if he keeps sober ; for laws .inspire and "cheer no"body: Men mayliave been deterred from doing wrong but 'no human being was ever yet encour--agecl'to do right by statute. - In spite of this oversight ...

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. — 15 April 1881

TOLA REGISTER. ir TOL.XV. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, APRIL 15, 1881. NO. 17 OUR ANNOUNCEMENT. EJ-OFFICIAL PAPES W AXLEX COUHTTvtS OFFICIAL PAPEKOFTHECm OF WLA. Ad-rertisiag Bates. space. 11 WKisw-klmo.3mo.0nio.ly 1 inch $100 $i m 2 50 300 500 $3 00 $5 00 7 50 10 00 12 00 25 00 40 00 $7 50 10 00 100 20 00 40 00 $10 15 20 33 65 2 inches.... 00 4 00 3 Inches... X column. H column. . I column... 2 50 350 600 10 00 6 00 850 12 00 25 00 800 15 0) &-oo 100 Sat aeriptiea 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 Jeflerson Avenue -and Broadway St. Services erery Sabbath at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p. m. Oils meeting immediately after the morning service, fcunuav school ot 9:30 a. m., W. U. Slavens Superiutcudeut. Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7:30 p. m. Strangers and visitors in tw city and all others cordially invit ed to all these services. 1. T. SUMXERVI...

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. — 15 April 1881

vi&it- -f THE IOLA REGISTER. YaklUked Every Friday. - - - KANSAS. IOLA. HEmjUnJUKBEBL A Summary of Important Events. The ffieSndSeclio on the 6tE&blted in'fh-J rejection of alf the Republican nominees. The majority on Governor is'about 5,000. ""-f ' -1 " 1 11 -. Caster Harrison, Democrat,-has been re-elected Mayor of Chicago pY about 8,000 majority, and the balance of thi Dem ocratic ticket by somewhat smaller majori ties. ' ' ". ,t . ; Mf. The Governor , of Tennessee has signed the bill to settle the State debt, at 100.3. The House passed the-Senate bill tb settle the debt of the extinct Municipality of Memphis at 33 1-3 cents and 4 per cent, in terest. ' Ai ' i The St. Louis municipal election re sulted in a clean sweep for the Republican ticket, Ewing's majority over Overetolzfpr Mayor being over 13,000, and the .majorities for the other Republican candidates, from 6,000 to 8,000. : The Republican Senatorial Caucus, held on the 4th,it is given out determined!- most unanim...

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. — 15 April 1881

THE I0L1 REGISTER. PablUlMA Every Friday. TOLA. .... KANSAS. MICHAEL SMITE'S LETTER. r . j -p After the Seaham Collieryexplbsion In September, 1880, the following letter was found in the pit, scratched on a tin water hottle: "Dear Margaret: There were forty of us altogether at'7 a. m. Some were singing hymn9, but my thoughts were on my little Michael. I thought that hira and I would meet in Heaven at the same time. Oh ! dear wife, God gave you and the children, and pray for myself. Dear wife, farewell ! My last thought are" about-you-.and.the: chil dren. Be sure' and learn the children to pray for me. Oh, what a terrible position 'we are in!" Little Michael died almost at the same moment this missive was being' icratcuea.j In deepest darkness of the deadly mine i Many were lying dead, and others knew They never more should feel the warm sun ' shine, Or breathe the sweet air under skies of blue. Sudden the death-blast came with fearful sonnd.. , , And fch'ut them in thcrej in that ll...

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