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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 29 April 1881

-J ! Arkansas City Traveler: May 4th is thfe day appointed for a man meeting to be held at Winfield of all those who ajce in any way interested in the ques tion of raising and handling sheeb. 'AU the sheep owners in the coanty will .he there, and it is expected that a fine 'collection of sheep will be dn the ground one of the features of the meeting be ' ing prizes to the owners of the best an imals. Several shearing machines of different patterns will be on the ground publicly tested as 'to their efficiency. An invitation is extended to all, and it is hoped that a large attendance will be had, for this undoubtedly is a ques tion of vital interest, not only to Cow ley, but' to the whole southern portion of the State. A cow .winch was being driven up KansaS avenue yesterday morning cre- ated-consternation by going on an in dependent shopping excursion in the stored Among other places he enter ed yas Geo. B. Palmer's undertaking establishment. No serioui damage -yu8 done. The same ani...

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. — 6 May 1881

az6t 4-- - 5?WV.-- - l? 5J. V I ,' : ,-I-. V TOL.XV. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KM8A8, MAY 6, 1881. NO. 20 REGISTER 1ULA 4 Money for Farmers! To Invest in Stock, Make Improvements, Pay Debts, Or Pay for Railroad Lands, AT THE LOWEST RATE OF IKTERESr. Payable ANNUAL! Y, at the end of year, with NO COMMISSIONS WHATEVER; can he had in any sums desired for one, two, three, or five years, of GEO. A. BOWLUS, G-:r,n.cL Clearing Sale - OF - CLOTHING-, BOOTS and SHOES, Hats, Caps, Shirts, 3Ii?s, Gloves, Underwear AND FURNISHING GOODS. A we arc t move Into our NKW I'.I.'ICK ltLOCK in tin Mrinz. w iili ti mi in a mw uti.n. Willi n New Muck. llHTrffivUtf will siw u bargain that will ja t cmur ai.il w u. ! We have a- good a Hand-Made Boob and SI toe as' there is in So at hern Kansas TRUNKS AND SATCHELS OF ALL (SHADES. Anderson &. DeClute. Piles and Fistula can be Cured! ZM. C . H, BOTTX.SOBT Wll.l. l'MtM.NP.NTI.T IT1IK j Piles and Fistula. !I ;ii.ikt- niMliUVri'ni'u r lew Imi -landing, j Millhiiit ...

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. — 6 May 1881

S.W.kaWveiiV-' -.tsasrscffFiviw&' us .vttixi&axii&aeaittz 1 1 MiijiwnT,Afir8i'Ba''f'ffit&s::MCT:sa WWfWW. How the Parsees f ftdia Dispose of Tkeir Dead. What Beacon Hill is to Boston.-Mur-ray Hill to New York, Nob Hill to San Francisco, Malabar Hill is to Bombay for its aristocratic summit is closely dot ted with the palaces and bungalows of native princss,and"aflEraent',Angl6-InV dians; Trot the borders of Malabar Hill fall just upon the outskirts of the native city on thepne side and are Japped Jby the lazy rippleVof the Indian Ocean on the other. The climb up the hill from the esplanade is picturesque to a de gree, and the well-kept lawns, the broad, cool verandas inclosed with Ve netians peep out at one from unexpect ed perches on the side of the hill, with & swiftness of change suggestive of the tricks of the irrepressible Fakir. But leaving them all below ns we at last reach the' vicinity of " the towers of silence." r From the midst of a grove of palms ris...

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. — 6 May 1881

Sprlag Work ta Orckard8v lnlocalitiesr where orchards sellable to be infested with canker worms the trunks of the trees should "noW berprb tected either by patent protectors or strips of tarred, canvas or; paper tied about the trees. KtHe females are pre vented from rcrawling up the trees and depositing their eggs on the branches much afanoystnce and lbss will-be saved The apple-tree borer, a troublesome insect in some sections of the country, should also"be-Iooked afteri' When the borers have jiot been kept. out of the trees' it will be well to examine each one and destroy any of th'epests that may be found. Therer is .no more effectual method of destruction than the old one of insertinghe end of 'a wire into their Knr'rnOT anrt Irtllinrr thorn Tho Vko'oflo ia striped brown and white and is about, raree iouixns 01 an incn long, ic ae posits its e?gg in June'in the bark of the trees near the ground. Here the larva is hatched and becoraes.the whitish grub that saws its way into ' the...

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. — 6 May 1881

m-r0&rvr--i-$Amgri--i, '-wiwraw'g3lKCwt'fccofrt txg&?vtt3en)B&U,m&it fe-J i-s.ii T2c3Wa A IOLA REGISTER. TERMS : One year, in advance $2 00 ix months, in advance 1 00 Three months, In advance, 50 iOur readers, in replying to advertisements in Tiik Kkgistek, will confer a favor by stating to the advertisers that they saw lit advertisement in TllK lOLA liKGISTElt. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. The averaged assessed valu of rail road property .in Kansas, for taxation, is near 21,000,000. The Kansas City, Xawrence & Southern is assessed ai $4,700 per mile. The annual County Sunday School Convention will be held at the Lib erty Presbyterian Church, five miles westoflola, Tuesday and Wednesday May 24 and 25. The express companies are carrying a great many ten gallon kegs and demijohns into the State just now. They are often marked "Iola Water." Beer by any other name tastes as good. K. C. Journal. D. R. Anthony, of the Leavenworth Rimes, and E. G. Ross, of the Stand ard, h...

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. — 6 May 1881

HEW SPRING STOCK Everybody Invited to Come and'See Us. We will Best Slock Ever Brought to lola. Our goods hare bees bosgfet so that we can Guarantee our Prices To "be LOWER in Every Instance THAN YOU CAR GET ELSEWHERE. We mean exactly what we say, and our STOCK and PRICES WILL SUBSTANTIATE OUR STATEMENTS. j Please Note the Prices: 500 yds -English Dress Goods at 25c per yard, regular price 37 1-2. SOO yds Table Oil Cloth 25c yd, regular price 35c. 300 prs Ladies Colored Hose at 10 and 15c pair. 200 pr Childrens Fancy Hose at G, 10 and 15c. 25 Gents Wool Suits at $9.00 regular price $11.00 25 doz Gents Seamless 1-2 Hose at 12 1-2 pair. 60 pes new Hamburg Embroidery ranging in price from lc to $1:25 yard. Sew Line of Fancy Buttons and Trimmings in all Shades. Ladies Silk Suits at $1 6. 00 worth $25. 00. NEW PLAIDS AND BUJVTIMGS. GA&L AND BEM U8, We will save you Money. O. P. Northrup & Co.'s Casli D:ry-C3-ooa.s House. CITT West sideWashiniton Ayeiine, IOLA, EANSAS. I HAVE A CO...

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. — 6 May 1881

THE IOLA 'REGISTER. Published Imj tMday. IOLA. KANSAS. A Summary of Important Errata. . Emile be Gibabdix, the French journalist and statesman, is dead, age'd 75. i" tOvernor Austin has issue'dXproc-" lamation declaring quarantine on the Texas coast, beginning-May4!?' 3L .'. The complicity of the, Grand Duke Nicholas In the plots of the Nihilists Tiaving been made clear, he has been sentenced by a decree of the Emperor of Bussia to' impris onment for life. ' c The funeral of Beaconsfield toofcplace at Hughenden on the 26th. The.Prince of Wales represented "the Queensland other members Of the royal "family and a large number of the nobility were inrattendance. The breaking of the Sny Levee at the head of Sand Slough, just above Hannibal, Mo., on the 25th, caused the inundation of a large section of the fertile bottom lands ad jacent. Several 'ice-houses T were carried away. - Bradlaugh presented himself at the Speaker's table in the House of Commons and claimed the right to take the ...

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. — 6 May 1881

- I. t . V $&&? ;- IOLA. tV4KW XAHSlfl. ?S5 i' r1 r spbinq:, TVhen I am weary ana tbaspirit flags, bpent-witU'Illfc'd straggle and too doll for prayer, . c One haven of delight Is stlU mine own, All uuassalled bj-care. In that dearTealm ttee faacy waaders free, And drinkafcnsunied-joy at every well; X? eirare lost In the eternal 5 outb Of thj weet spell. i 5 - Too old far Innocence, too younsr for rest, My tronbled'splrit wanders to thy feet, Bclov ecLSpring i-Vitb ever ew; delight; - 1 feel th heart's strong beat. iFor ever nw the radiance of thy'smlle, - Thy tendefwaHng out of jjleep;how new! All else isliartgifig that Is not-yet changed, But thou remainest true, y Breathe pn.nn; cheek for breatb that Death hath stayed, ' "' -"is And kisVim lip-j for lips tiiatareno more, Or bring the fragrance of undying Spring J?rom fleav en's for shore. And If in sunless cities' hannts I stray; And lose thy birds and flowers, this grace stiRTmng ,, s That some where Jl may. know thonart...

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. — 6 May 1881

-. - 'if . - - ev -MH?SawB- A Lolt AMeail COMNQ XTXST8 CAgTDfO THZIKSKAOOWB 8XTOXK ASO QBOWnta TO BS THX XMT XHTXB ajrqra or ah. questiojib. The interest in the summer and fidl elections is commencinur tocrorj out. and 'within a montifthe chances of the different aspirants for the suffrage of the sovereign people will be discuss ed pro and con with constantly increas ing animation. The all potent, argu ment as to the party probabilities will be the figures of the last contest and none will be more earnestly canvassed than those of the congressional strug- fle, and this.being the fact, the new I. & O. Bed Book congressional edi tion becomes almost indispensable. No publication of political statistics ever made equals it In extent of infor mation given, or in comprehensive arrangement. It shows not only the result of the elections of 1880, but the result as well of the election of 1878. The Bepublican,Democratic and Green back vote for the two elections is pre sented separately an...

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. — 13 May 1881

s IOLA REGISTER. :j .i- e 4. - - i. ' U TOL.XY. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, MAY 13, 1881. NO. 21 P Money for Farmers! To Invest in Stock, Make Improvements, Pay Debts, Or Pay for Railroad Lands, AI TIE LOWEST M OF INTEREST. i 7 Payable ANNUALLY, at the end of year, with NO COMMISSIONS WHATEVER; can be had in any sujns desired for one, two, three, or five years of CEO. A. BOWLUS, Gcir&xxCL Olea-ring jSile -OF- CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Mits, Gloves, Underwear AND FURNISHING GOODS. As we are te move into our XEW BRICK BLOCK In the Spring, we wish to gn in a new store with a New Stock. Therefore we will give you bargains that will pay to come and see us. We have as good a gaud-Made Boot and Shoe as there is in Southern Kansas. TRUNKS AND ATCHELS OF ALL GRADES. Whereas, the following lands situated in the .county of AlKn, State of Kansas, have been sold for taxes Tor the year JSu, due and unpaid to wit, on thcSSth day of October, 1878. And whereas said lands hav...

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. — 13 May 1881

ISJ?' TIE IOLA REGISTER. YafelUhed Every Friday. IOLA. KANSAS. NEWS AND NOTES. A Summary of Important Event, The Postmaster-General has declined to make a special investigation of Miv Dor- sey's connection with the star route con tracts. The former has assured 3Ir. Dorsey lie will be attended to along with the rest. A general investigation is under way which will inslude him. The public debt statement shows a decrease during April of $9,699,900; cash in Treasury, ?233,731,193; gold and silver cer tificates, ?5G,G42,740; certificates of deposit, 58,293,000; refunding certificates, 725,100; legal tenders outstanding, $516,081,010; frac tional currency outstanding, $7,115,046. The Kansas Prohibitory law went in te effect May 1. At Leavenworth many of the saloon men continued their traffic, with the intention of contesting the validity of the law. Generally throughout the State, how ever, the liquor dealers have closed up their places and either removed elsewhere or en gaged in other bu...

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. — 13 May 1881

y THE IOLA REGISTER IOLA. ' - - "" " - KANSAS. THE ROBINS. Tliey chose their nook, the bonnle birds, -Mid the crab-tree's perfumed snow; -.' And her three blue eggs the brown hen laid in her warm, soft 'nest 'neath the blossoms' shade; x . And patient she-kept her watch of lore, And patient her mate to feed her strove. But it's oli, and it's oh, for the bonnle birds, Tov a weary wait they bad, While the hours danced by, 'neath the sweet . epnnesky, . And the thickets rang where the thrushes Ban?, , , And the fields were with cowslips clad.1 j They hatched their eggs, the bonnle birds,-. By one, by two, by three ; And hour by hour each yellow bill 3 Gaped wide for the parents' toll to fill; And the robins, oivswift, untiring wing, - Tended e ich clamorous nestling. i But it's oh, and it's oh, for the bonnle birds, - For a heavy task was theirs, As from morn's first light to the fall of night Still to and fro on their quest they go, If or ever might cease from cares. They tended their...

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. — 13 May 1881

v -" ' IOLA REGISTER. TERMS : One rear, in advance,...'.'. t2 00 fcix months, in advance, v f "V Three months, In advance,.. '..... '... 60 t3T0arreaieff, in replying to advertisements in The Ueuistku, ipUi confer a favor by Hating to the advertisers that 'they jp the advertisement in A HE IOLA l.KUISTKK. OFFICIAL PAPER OP COUNTY. Three thousand applications have been nia.de for using the Edison elec tric light. The Fish Cornniissioner has recent ly distributed 110fo6Q salmon trout in the rivers an Southern Kansas. The Eads ship railway contract has been unanimously ratified, by the .Chamber of Deputies of Mexico. The greafrfloods have subsided, and ;he rivers that have been rendering so many persons homeless and penniless, have been gradually going down dur ing the week. Mrs. Garfield is reported as being Quite ill, the result of over taxing her strength to comply with the demands jof society in doing the honors- of the White House. A new process for drying and pre serving pototoes...

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. — 13 May 1881

- Asa raiCTP4-vr"sic; rKws?wcK: '-co.- jfcecsBsoaKJttia.. f A 5C-jsasrv: ,- ..n i-jrapni 7 J EW SPRIN O STOCK Everybody Invited to Come and See Us. W will Best Slock Ever Brought to Ida. Our goodi have been bought so that ve earn. Guarantee our Prices To Tse LOWER in Every Instance THAN YOU CAN GET ELSEWHERE. We mean exactly what we say, and our STOCK and PRICES WILL SUBSTANTIATE OUR STATEMENTS. Please Note the Prices: 500 yds English Dress Goods at 25c per yard, regular price 37 1-2. 300 yds Table Oil Cloth 25c yd, regular price 35c. 300 prs Ladies Colored Hose at 10 and ,15c pair. 200 pr Childrens Fancy Hose at 6, 10 and 15c. 25 Gents Wool Suits at $9. 00 regular price $11. 00 25 doz Gents Seamless 1-2 Hose at 12 1-2 pair. 60 pes new Hamburg Embroidery ranging in price from lc to SI. 25 yard.' New Line of Fancy Buttons' and Trimmings in all Shades. Ladies Silk Suits' at $16. 00 worth $25. 00. NEW PLAIDS AMD BUJVTIJVGS. ' . 0 ALL AND SEE V8, We will save yoni Money o P. O. NORTHRUP...

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. — 13 May 1881

THE IOLA, REGISTER.; TwMUktd Every Friday. Trr""" IOLA. KANSAS. MEWS :MD NOTES. isz ' "f Arfiummary of Important Events. - The Postmaster-General has declined to make a special in;est"gatioii,of Mr. Dor sey'a' connection with the. star route con tracts. The former has assured MivDorsey he will be attended to along with the rest. A general investfgation'isj.underrway, which will insludehim. v " " "" The public '"debt, statement shows a decrease during April of $9,C99,900Tcash in Trea6uryr$233,731,'195; gold and-silver cer tificates, $56,642,740; certificates of deposit, 88,295,000; refunding, certificates, $725,100; legal tenders ou&tandingf?346,C8i;016; frac tional currency outstanding, $7,115,046. l .- . t The iKansas Prohibitory hiwEwant; in-i te effect MayJJi.AtLeavenworth many pfthe saloon men continued their traffic, with the Intention of contesting -the validity of the law. Generally throughout the,Statc,ihow,- ever, the liquor, dealers have 'closed up their places, and.ei...

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. — 13 May 1881

tj l IV f Wl r h Seed-SowiBf. For the past thirty years we .have learned a great deal about seed-sowing, and there is plenty to learn yet. The seedsmen get a good deal of blame for things that they are as innocent of as is a new-born babe. There are plenty of poor seed sold, it is true, but it is only poor in variety, not in germinating qual ities. A friend last year bought seed from two parties ; one sold his seed for under one-third less than the other, but the high-priced seed was worth more than five times the low-priced, when they were grown, for scarce one in five were anything like what they ought to be. Out of two acres of. cabbages there were nearly all kinds, but mostly the cheap old worthless sorts; this seed was bought at $2.50 per pound. For the second batch $8 a pound was paid; and, as the owner said, were cheaper even if he had to pay more, for the seed was true to name and nearly every plant raised and headed well. Cheap seed of any kind is often very dear, and it is...

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. — 13 May 1881

VrT Since the prohibition law has been in force in Portland, thirty-one .resi dents of that city have paid nearly $69,000 in fines. Constipation of the bowels, bilious Jiess, impure blood, general depility, are aJJ,cnred by Dr. Marshall's Brom tolineVtheBig Blood and Liver cure. '.Sold by all druggists. "The Ship Came Sailing Over the .Sea" and brought a bilious passenger. fHe took Dr. Marshall's Bromolineand was cured. Big bottles and prices reasonable-fifty cents. A Paris letter recently stated that at a noted ball '.'the tpilette'of the hostess was a poeml" If this becomes a rage we have a few short costumes :to give away. Apply 4at the waste basket'. A coarespondent of the Topeka Journal, the Greenback organ, -writes to that paper wanting "to know about the Greenback State Central Commit tee, etc., to which the Journal senten tiously replies: ''The last we heard of the chairman of, the State Committee, he was in the employ 'of some 'railroad company making speeches in favor of r...

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. — 20 May 1881

. .V "v.. .; JS.-fl.lrtJ? MMWWgjPPPMg .ii.iiai-oiH ajqi am rf'il "!""" f TOL.XV. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, MAY 20, 1881. m. 22 5? IOLA REGISTER Moaej for Farmers ! To Invest in Stock, Make Improvements, Pay Debts, Or Pay for Railroad Lands, AI M LOWEST RATE OF INTEREST. Payable ANNUALJLY, at the end of year, with JfO COMMISSIONS WHATEVER; can be had in any swns desired for one, two, three, or five years, of CEO. A. BOWLUS, CLOTHING, BOOTS and SHOES, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Mits, Gloves, Underwear AND- FURNISHING GOODS. A we are to move into onr NEW UKICK ISLOCK in the during, we wish to go in a new store ,with a New Stock. Therefore we will give jou bargains that ill pay to come,aud see us. We have as good a Hand-Made Boot and Shoe as there is in Southern Kansas. TRUNKS AND SATCHELS OF ALL GRADES. Anderson & DeClute. Final Settlement Notice. Creditors anil all other peivons interested in tlie Estate of Charles E. 1'ricira. deceased, are lu'rebv uotiiled that on Friday the -!7th da...

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. — 20 May 1881

V THE IOLA REGISTER. PAlUMilrnrMd. TOLA. KANSAS; NEWS AND NOTES ' ' " A Summary of Important Event, It watf reported on the 9th that Mrs. Garfield was seriously ill with bilious inter mittent fever. It has been decided by the Treasury Department to extend the limit of time for receiving six per cent, bonds for continua tion at 3 1-2 per cent. The date to which the limit will be extended is believed to be the 20th Inst. ' ' - The monument to Stonewall Jackson was unveiled by the Association of the Army of Northern Tirginia at Metarie Cemetery, New Orleans, on the 10th. Fitz Hugh Lee and Jefferson Davis addressed an immense gathering. The Cowpens monument was tra velled at Spartansburg.S. C, on the 11th, with Impressive ceremonies. The granite base and the pedestal of the monument were builtby joint contributions of theold thirteen States and Tennessee, and theblonze statue of Gen. Morgan was contributed by Congress. A Dublin, dispatch says: A bailiff, employed by Lord Dundalls, while...

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. — 20 May 1881

hi I! fJ if.. u i V THE IOLA REGISTER. TwklUkmA Ktotj Vrtday. IOLA. KANSAS. MAPLE SUGAR-MAKING: This is still tup sugar camp, with the shivering woods -around it, v Where the' eager, early alders loosen nrst ,-their kerchiefed carls, . r By the distant, ranser rants of the dripping maples bounded:, Ilither, n the Apr.l weather, come the country bo s aad girls... Oat'acros the olive ' down still the lagging feet are guided , To the lire of shattered branches, .lightning riven long ago ; ' . By the narrow, bubbling brook, field and for est stanu uiviueu, "With the &carlet maple blossoms whirling in the pool below. Here they fed the open blaze; here they bnfld the shelter lightly; ' "' Here thev swing the gipsy-kettle merry hcartcdJ:ickana.Sne; Here thev follow one another through the du'oky woodlands nightly. While the siler April crescent drops to westward in the blue. Still the buckets back and forth to the heavy kettle bringing, . Fain to hear the squirrel's warning or the spar...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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