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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 15 April 1881

IOLA REGISTER. TERMS: One year, inadvaace, $2 00 Six months, in advance . 100 Three months, in advance.....'. 50 "$30ttmt4cn, in repluifg to adwettiHmtntt in Tub Rcgkctmc, .wK WIW"'- V i9 to Me iAtnlUvt 'that they s Ike adurtitemtnt in The le-LA Rkqisteu. OFFICIAL, P4PSK OF COUJfTY. n last Saturday -night snow to 4he tdejptfe of ifour incites ell throughout northern yirgiqia. The Evening Starls of the opinion that Kansas City -caR be set down as reliably tepubtfoa& for years to come. arties arriving here from the East hjg week report that on Monday and Tuesday-, Ohio Indiana and Illinois jvere till under snow. 'SChe United States Treasury now -holds enough gold bullion to keep the Philadelphia mint employed for the next fifteen months. The U. SDistrlct Court for Kansas met in Old Representative Hall, at Topeka, last Monday. The Session will probably last two weeks. The City of Paola has sold its stock ?n the M., K. & T. R. R. at forty cents ,on .the dollar, and applied the p...

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. — 15 April 1881

s&at :v; .- IOLA REGISTER. FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 1881. K. C, lb & S. R. R. TIME TABXX. l'A8SE2J GEB Dally. .12 11 r if .THROUGH FREIGHT Daily..... 3 3Sx.it. AYl-aEIGHT.Dliily except 8HBday 3 25 T.X. i. . r.r,. OOtSQ BOOTH. PASSENGER Dally 3 25 x THROUGH FREIGHT Daily....".. 5 35a.k. WAYFRElUHT.DaUyexceptSnndaytt 11 p. . Close connections made at Kansas City and J. trough tickets for sale to all eastern points. B. S. Atxrs, Local Agent. We wish to call attention to our Carpet Department. We open, this week, New Spring Patterns which are very de sirahle. Remember we keep the largest line in Iola. Get onr prices. 0. P. NORTHRUP & CO. Full line of Lace Curtains, Lamherqnins and Oil Curtains, at NORTHRUPS. . 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 NO COMMISIONS m LOCAL, MATTERS, Business locals under thi heading among editorial notues vsill be...

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. — 15 April 1881

first JTmucnu The strongest desire.'of the boy is to become & man. Now, the first evi--dence of manhood, the first serious'step made in life, is the wearing of trousers. The first pair "of trousers is an event desired by the father and dreaded by the mother. "To the mother it.is the begin ning cf the end. She looks with moist eyes at the little petticoat forever aban doned, and says to herself: "I have "lost my baby; my reign has ended; and, :alas! how "soon. He will have new tastes, new denres; he is no more mine, Tu3 individuality asserts itself, he is -somebody, he is a boy." The father, on the contrary, is charmed. He laughs in his sleeve as he looks at the slender calves which emerge -from the trousers. He feels the little "TJody so clearly outlined under the new garments,, and says to himself: " How well he is formed, the jolly little dog he will have my broad shoulders and sturdy legs how strongly he stands!" He would like to see him in boots and -it would not take much t...

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. — 15 April 1881

Reform tmJOn HoagefceM.. Besides the general- discomfort the dwelling and theXofteriXMarseilesrdr food which were the lot of oar Puritan ance-tors, their roughtoiljeft but scanty, margin for many of 'the refinements ot civilized life. Their work was that of the pioneer and many of the elegances of their former Jife must have been left behind them. "Most of the furniture of their dwellings was of the rudest kind. Some few in emigrating hither brought some articles for domestic, comfort, and their knowledge of the decencies ef life was not left in England, even if , to a great extent, the practice of them was. 1'he Dutch on Manhattan Island, com ing as traders, and the early English emigrants to Virginia, having more of the spirit of adventurers and-lessjthat of permanentettlersthantheliuritan fore fathers, undoubtedly looked more care fullyto physical comfort than did they. But those of us who sit down to a well laid tablev with its snowy napery, fine silver, cut-glas3 and delicate c...

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. — 15 April 1881

& M;J "4?s" f ?tP, Hi. - ,.. - r ,-f V"Vi - . State Hews. .Coal has been found near Wichita. .Columbus has a young lady forger, Winfieldhas organized a coal com j?any. Wolves are numerous in Smith coun1j. Burglaries are numerous around Parsons. Osborne i,ty talks of surrendering her charter. Coal has been discovered in King man county. Bloomfield, Jackson county, is to have a cheese factory. The total vote of Leavenworth at the Jate .ejection footed up 2,241. There is talk of a railroad across from iYa-Keeney to GreatBend. The Ellis Headlight has been resur rected, with Miss Eva Kinney as its editor. Parsons is to have anew elevator that will have a capacity of 80,008 bushels. A. L. Bedden, of Eldorado, says the "Walnut Valley Times, has a law libra ry that cost $3,000. The Western National Fair, to be held at Bismarck Grove next fall, will Impend $25,000 in premiums. Several of our Western Kansas ex changes report considerable injury to the wheat by the late freezing. The Ft. S...

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. — 22 April 1881

18 -3, , aPj(iBtCXeA-HrT-BWi3-s&entaH. aotaMMr.B&ssBfeiite "- iixviillv i.4(il Zkfx TOL. XT. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, APRIL 22, 1881. ffO.18 S& LLi&AM Vtui-C L a ""-rts-tiMisrswBt jutiwr!a'WCMrjJisL55rsfcwMwia (G","llpiTr!BBpH B H B a a aV bH Bm. Bb bH Bs B9 tJy V IV Ml 11 H K OUR ANNOUNCEMENT. -83-OFFICIAL PAPEK OF ALLE5 C0USTT.t5 OFFICIAL PAPEB OF THE CITJOV IOLA. Advertising Rates. srxcE. lv'ri2wklnio.3mo.6nio.l y 1 inch 2 inches... 3 inches.... X column. . H column. . 1 column... $100 2 00 $1 50 250 3 00 500 800 WOO I. $5 m 7 50 0 00 15 00 400 2 50 350 000 10 0(1 600! 10 00 8 50) 12 00! 25 00 10 00 20 00 12 00 25 00 10 00 15 00 Subscription Rates- One copy one year ,.$2.00 .One coiiy six months ".". .".".' 1 00 Single copy, 5 cents. CHURCH DIRECTORY. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Corner of Jefferson Avenue and Broadway St. Services eierv Sabbath at 11 a.m. and 7:30 n. m. ,Claas meeting iiumeiliatelv after the morning service. Sunday chool at !I::10 a. m., . H. Slaveu.i...

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. — 22 April 1881

to . r. -fcJ --V.W- THE IOLA REGISTER. FaBUsa4 Every Friday. IOLA. KANSAS. NEWS AND NOTEa A. Stumnary of Important Eventa. Bradlaugh, the Radical Commoner, has been re-elected. Thk British authorities have made ar rangements to seize as a treasonable publi cation copies of the Uew York JrisA World destined for Queenstown. The anti-Jewish petition presented to Bismarck the other day is' In 26 volumes. The 225,000 names include those of noble men, generals and officials. The Pennsylvania House of Repre sentatives refused to pass a resolution in dorsing President Garfield's Administration and instructing the Senators from that State to vote to confirm his appointments. m Jay Gould has purchased of Col. Thomas A. Scott the controlling interest in the Texas & Pacific Railroad and succeeds the latter as President of the company. Mr. H. M. Hoxie has been chosen Superintend ent. The Denver Republican is informed that the Denver & Bio Grande Railway Com pany intend importing 10,000 F...

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. — 22 April 1881

Hi THE IOLA -REGISTER B3--VV -IOLA. IANSA8. . THE MEN., A OKKKAKFABL. " Atonotwhen'a my story's theme, - "-who ne'er was known to tire 4 V1 y? eggs but then she d cream " is? l0,Pd 'er very egg, 'twould seem The house must be on fire. Jl turEev cock, -who ruled the walk, A wiser bird and older, -Could beat no more ; so off did stalk 5? to the hen and told herr " Madam, that scream. I apprehend, Does nothing to the matter; It surely helps the eg no whit: So lay your egg and done with it I pray vou, madam, as a friend. Cease that superfluous clatter, You knownot how'tgoesthroughmyhead!" Humph ' very likelv," madam said, Then proudly pntting forth a leg ' uneducated barnyard fowl, Tou know no more than any owl The noble privilege and praise Of authorship in modern days; I'll tell you why I do it : First, you perceive, I lay my egg, And then review It." Harvard Crtmton. PEGGY. A good many years ago! was invited by my Uncle Peter to spend a month or bo at his place in Steepletown. I had ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 22 April 1881

." rV xr&& Z-J ,f , " W" "2it , w ju srf f 4$B IOLA REGISTER. teems: .Oneyear, in advance, WW iSix months: in advance,..., .-.1 00 -fLIirce months, in advance, x 80 $3Our readers, in replying to advertisements in Tjik Register, toill confcte favor oy stating to headvertuvtithat they taw1 tie advtrtitement xn The InT.i KimiiTsii ' TlIK IOLA litGlSTXH. OFFICIAL PAPER OP COUNTY. The rivers throughout the north west are all a'vingaboom. TheEarrlofBeaconsfield, Benjamin Disraeli, died iUpLondon on the morn ing of the 19th inst. In the selection of officers for the m QnnlX "XTMir "Ww- PIHr John Kelley 's ticket was elected. The President has nominated Gen. IiOngstreet, now Minister to Turkey, for United States Marshall for Geor gia. ----- The Kansas City Evening Star urges that that city be lighted by electricity. It thinks it would be a big advertisement and also prove a matter of economy. The mad dqg scare extended through out the entire State and caused such a slaughter among t...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 22 April 1881

M I 4 IOLA REGISTER. FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1881. JK. C, L. 4t S. R. R. TIME TABLE. OOrXO NOBTH. PASSENGER-Daily. .. 12 11 r. if . l'HBOUGH FREIGHT Dally 3 35 . x. WAY FREIGHT, Dally except Sunday 3 25 r.u. GOIHO SOOTH. r PASSENGER DaUy. 3 SRf.K. 'THROUGH FREIGHT Daily 5 85 a.m. WAY FREIUHT.DaUy except SandaylS Up. if. Close connections made at Kansas City and hrough tickets for sale to all eastern points. R. S. Atkbs, Local Agent. We wish to call attention to our Carpet Department. We open, this week, New Spring Patterns which are very de sirable. Remember we keep the largest line in Iola. Get our prices. 0. P. NORTHRUP & CO. " Full line of Xace Curtains, Lamberquins and Oil Curtains, ta NORTHRUP'S. Davidson has money to loan to FARMERS at 10 percent, annual in terest WITHOUT ANY EXTRA CHARGE what ever. If youwant a loan see him and be convinced DON'T PAF I .Twice a year when BOW .LUS is loaning money at lowerrates, payable once a yearanaNOCOMMISIONS LOCAL. MATTERS. Business Locals ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 22 April 1881

PP5fiac' A. little Nerel Fer a Get. The last gleam of day was silvering the waters of the Guadalquiver, at the mouth of which stands the ancient City of Valencia. Above other-buildings rose the tower of Miquilet, with its bell send ing it solemn tones far and k near, jcall ing tne inhaoitants i6,prayeri. ' Fafis the eye could reach extended the fertile Valley Hueita Valencia, studded with thriving villages, vineyards and cot tages, bound by the sea in -the distance a id surrounded Hy the lofty mountains ot Catalonia. She stars, were gemming the fields, of azure and the crescent moon ascending the vault of' heaven; it -was indeed a -night of beauty a scene co attune the mind to happiness and peace. The service had ceased, and the con giegition was slowly departing from the Cathedral of Saint Cecilius. Among the last of the worshipers was a young fcmale closely shrouded in a mantilla,' yet of so .thin a texture w3 it that her face and figure were almost perceptible.' In her hand she c...

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. — 22 April 1881

' r i Hints on Health and Contort. All of the strength, of body and' mind, of power to move, to work, to think, comes, most come, and only comes, from proper iood well digested. A few hours of effort uses up certain elements in the muscles, "in the nerves, in the brain, which can only be replaced by digested food. One may go on for some time consuming elements previously stored, but exhaustion follows more or less rapidly, while the frequent supply of new elements, from food, is essential to active, efficient effort of muscles or mind. Tonics and stimulants may temporar ily help the dormant or weak' digestive organ, enabling them to digest food, but they do not add to the stock of strength. They may, in the absence of food, push the muscles and .nerves to activity; but it is only borrowing strength that must be soon supplied by food, or weakness and disease will sure ly follow. At best it is a rule, a law of our nature, that any activity excited by stimulants will surely be followed...

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. — 22 April 1881

K&'T1F'f' N Kansas News. Everybody in Kansas should keep posted as to State news; and we know of on better way than to read The Leavenworth Weekly Times. ' Each week it has four or five columns 'of choice miscellany selected from its Kansas exchanges, which feature is alone worth .the price of subscription. Besides this," you.always' find the best farm department, "Washington news, -ringing editorials,- and items of espec ' ial interest to Western readers. Club bed with this paper1 for $2.50. Bring your subscriptions to tthis office. Given up by Doctors. "Is it possible .that Mr. Godfrey is up and at work, and cured by so sim ple a remedy ?' "I assure you it is true that he is .entirely cured, and with nothing but Hop Bitters ;' and only ten days ago ,uis uocrors gave, piw up ana tu:u tie must die !' ' " Well-a-day ! That is remarkable ! I will go this'(day and get some for tay poor (jJeorge I know hops are good." N Winfield "Telegram: From the best information at hand we feel j...

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. — 29 April 1881

r-; 'if ' ' "i -Mill i -i IOLA REGISTER i r ;3s -1 i. .-" -y bs ftsi TOL.XV. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, APRIL Z 1881. NO. 19 OUR AHHOUWCEMiaCT. ; 53" OFFICIAL PAPgjtf ALUS CUHTT.3 OFFICIAL PAPER ftF THE COT OF IOLA. Tertlsimc Rata SPACX. 1 inch , . inches... '3 inches.... 'X column. . if column.. 1 column... lw'w'jtln. 3 mo. 6 mo. $1 M Ji 80 S 00 $5 00 $7 50 206 250 400 750 10 00 2 50 3 00 COO 10 00 15 00 350 5 00 "8 50 12 00 20 00 6 00 8 00 12 00 25 00 40 00 11)00 15 00 25 00 40 00 05 00 iy. Sakexiptiam-RatM. .One copy one year $2.00 .One copy six months ". l 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 Sabbath at 11 a.m. and 7 :") p. m. Class meeting immediately alter the morning service. Sunday School" 'at ft:30 a. ni., W. H. .Slavenu Superintendent. Prraer meeting every Thursday evening at 7:30 p.m. Strangers and .visitors iu the city and aJJ.fth&w cor...

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. — 29 April 1881

f. - t Knowing Oar Bounds. We still receive letters of inqury from "Women in erery part of the country con cerning their chances of earning a living in this or that Decimation. They always write to tnow the highest income possi ble in each of them, and the best ways or place in which to make the attempt. But most of all they are urgent in slat ing ihelr own necessities. The stories are usually pitiful enough. -They have themselves or helpless children or par- its or husband to support; they are v. illing to go to work at any honest busi ness which will bring them" in money. -But there is one singular omission iBUhe letters which explains why thee."ahaso 3ii my other women, have failed" in the a-icmpt to support themselves. They do not state, and, it would ceem, never have inquired of themselves, what busi ness they are fitted for. .Apparently they think they are fit for any. A man in gohig about a job of worklookstosee if his tools and material are suited to that work. He does not 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. — 29 April 1881

"fr'tirv.Sr X, 1 quality of Our Food Products. That various European countries have prohibited the importation of American pork on account of the circulation of false reports now seems certain. That the condition of our meat-producing animals in regard to health has been grossly misrepresented is also sure. The English Agriculture Commissioners who were here last season mada a flat tering' report of the condition of our farm stock, and especially noticed the very excellent condition of our hogs. The country since its first settlement has beenalmo3t entirely free from con tagious diseases among animals raised for food. The large amount of exercise allowed stock here, the purity of the water, and the excellence of the grass and grain are all favorable to the health of domesticated animals. Still it must be confessed that many of the articles sold for food in this coun try or sent abroad are not what they should be. As a rulethere is no inspec tion of articles intended for food with 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. — 29 April 1881

TO EVERYBODY. f- SpringSCummerGocds McCtlJRE'S pne Iiri CasH Store. In our Staple and Fancy Goods we have a Complete Stock, press goods. We have the latest styles Brocades, Alpaccas, Cashmeres, Buntings, Lawns, and cords P. K. and all White Goods suitable for summer wear, and trimmings to suit. Gloves and Hosiery. We have such a variety of the above natnetl articles that it would be tedious to enumerate them. Call and examine our stock. It will repay a visit. Laces and HmftEoidery. We have a very large selection ; also in LACE TIES, FICHUES, SCARFS and BIBBS. Linen Collars, and Cull ltuchiug by the yard or piece, IX ALL COLORS. Trimmed in tn BOOTS -A3ST1D SHOES. We have a complete stock of the best makes in hand made goods, and we WARRANT EVERY PAIR of rips or rotton leather. IH LADIES AND GENTS elegant stock. Do not HATS and CAPS of every style and description. We are bound to suit yon. "We charge nothing for fchow ing goods. CLOTHIKTO. MENS, YOUTHS AND BOYS. Our styles arc the LAT...

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. — 29 April 1881

IOLA REGISTER. FBIDA Y, APRIL 29, l$8l. K. C, L. Jt S. R. R. TIME TABLE. PASSENGER Daily . 12 11 p m :?&?irFiW-Dally-"-:::-"- WAY FREIGHT, Daily except Sunday 3 25 r.M. GOIXU 80CTU. JLASSENGEIDaily 3 25pit THROUGH FREIGHT-Daily sIbam WAYFKElGHT.DaUy evceptSundavli 11 r.' mI Close connections nwje.at Kansas City aud hrough tickets for sale Jo 4ijsternioints. R.'S. Areas, Local Agent. We wish Jp .call attention to our (Carpet jDepartment. W$ open, this week, New Spring Patterns which are very jde sirahle. .Remember we k&ep the largest line in Iola. Get our prices. 0. P. NORTHRUP & CO. Full line of Lace Curtains, Jiamberquins and Oil Curtains, ta NORTHRUPS. Davidson has money to loan to FARJtfERS at 10 -per cent, annual in terest WITHOUT ANY EXTRA CBARGE what ever. If youivant a loan jsee hinp and b.e convinced I rawiBiHHigijir Xttvnmrr. IWflgjrgBtfjj BORROW XyLOITEIY OF BO"WLiIJS. LOCAL. MATTERS. Iituincts locate under this heading among editorial notuct tall ue ikarged Fi...

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. — 29 April 1881

JJBMBggfgHMI W J ... T. " w- if -.r rT 'r n 7 C THE IOLA REGISTER. PaMtafced Every Frltoj. . . . - KANSAS. TOLA. NEWS AND NOTES 7 A Summary of Important Events. Gen. Joseph Lane died at his home In Roseburg, Ore., on the 19th, aged 79. The President nominated Gen. James Longstreet, now Minister to Turkey, United States Marshal for Georgia. The effort to displace John Kelly as head of the New York Tammany organiza tion at the recent election failed. Hon. Rowland E. Teowbbidge, late Commissioner of Indian Affaire, and for sev eral terms Representative in Congress from Michigan, is dead, aged 60. Col. Fbed. Grant has resigned from the Army for the purpose of entering the employ of the Chicago, Texas & Mexican Central Railroad as civil engineer of the road. Secretary Blaine has been forced to take a few days' vacation on account of his impaired health, which is said to be greatly augmented by the onerous duties of his important office. The Vienna police have seized a series of lette...

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. — 29 April 1881

r I THE IOLA REGISTER, PabUshed Every Friday. IOLA. K AX AS. WASHINGTON TERRITORY, x - iA. land that man has newly trod, ' ilnd inat only God as known, vi10" a.u tue soundless cycles flown. 4 Perfect blo-soms bless the d, And perfect birds illume the trees, . An d perfect nnheard harmonies Pour out eternally to God. A thousand miles of mighty wood, - Where thunder.- storms stride Are-shod : A thousand plants at every rod, A stately tree at every rood; Ten thousand lea es to every tree. And e&Ah n mlpuolo n ia. ' Yet there be men who doubt of Go A Joaquin MUler, in the California. SWINDLED. There were four of us In the party bank manager from St. Paul, two Englishmen go lag out on the plains to hunt, and myself and we occupied a Bection in a car on the tram bound for Glyndon, in the Bed Biver auey . x nat was as iar as the train went in those days. We had been discussing the strange things that happened occasionally . u uc ,i cstcru wonu, ana our conversa tion received the silent...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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