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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 2 September 1881

Hospitality. There is a great deal of mourning in .certain quarters over the decay of what is called "old-fashioned hospitality." It must be remembered that things in gen eral have changed very materially dur ing the last one or two generations. In former days people lived in a much more isolated way than they do now, the fa cilities for getting from place to place were restricted, the daily newspaper was not brought to the door of every one's house, and the arrival of a stran- er in the village was a noticeable event, a those time3 the visit of a friend from a distance was hailed with delight, "bringing, as he was supposed to do, a new fund of information to be talked over, new ideas to be discussed, the freshest gossip from abroad, and possi bly the latest fashion from the metropo lis. He could not come by a train in ithe morning and depart by another in the evening; when he came he came to stay, for a journey then was a some what formidable affair, and nobody 'wanted him to leave...

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. — 2 September 1881

vV MisdaadBody. - a The effect of mind upon body is, as to experiment, a matter within the reach of every one. It does not demand cost ly aparatusor expensive chemicals. So that more tor less metaphysical knowl edge is within the reach, of all. V It i here" suggested' that the habit of indecision is injurious to body as well as to mind. And atep that the habit pi decision strengthens'' body as well as mind. ? - An undecided person is, .so long as he is in the undecided state, in a worry and fret of mind. "Mentally he is on a see-saw, fnow half descending on this hand,, now-half, on-that, until, wearied and disgusted, he sickens of the matter altogether. An hour of such mental agitation wearies the body. Something has been used up ("r It is an invisible something, but it is none thejes3 potent for steady ing nerve and strengthening muscle. Let us remember that the strongest known elements in nature electricity, caloric andk all explosive gase6us forces are invisible. Indeed, visibili...

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. — 2 September 1881

Letter List. List of letters remaining in the po office at Iola, Kansas, August 29, 1881. Butt, George Richards, T Church, J. T Sullivan N or Smith Davis, Lavina Sullivan, Caroline Hedge, O P Seldon, Samuel Huffman, Charlie Stubblefield, M W Hickok, W P Totten, Alfred Kanalev, M Tynan, Wm M Miller, Josiah Wells, M G . Persons calling for these letters please say "advertised." CM. Simpson, P. M. Farm For Sale. Eight miles east and two south of Iola, 166 acres, all fenced ; 60 acers un der cultivation, creek running through at; good ' bouse, cattle sheds and stable; good well of water; 15 acres hog pasture fenced; coal on place. Apply to John Ward, 3 miles from railroad depot. California Kidney Tea For Lame Back and all Kidney.trou bles. Fifty cents. Ask to see it, at Stevenson's. An old lady writes us: JI am 65 years old and was feeble and nervous all the time, when I bought a bottle of Parker's Ginger Tonic. I have used a little more than one bottle and feel as at 30, and am sure th...

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. — 9 September 1881

i f.i ft REGISTER. y IOLA YOL-XY. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 9, 1881. NO. 38 OTJB. ANNOUNCEMENT. O-OFFICIAL PIPES OF AL1E5 COUKTY.2 FFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF IOLA. CARPETS Advertising Bates. SPACE. llW'KI swkllmo. 1 iach 8100 2 inches I 1 00 3 inches....! 2 50 ii column..! 3 50 column.. 6 00 $1.50 $3 00 2 50 4 00 300 00 5 00 8 50 800 U0O 1 aolninn...! 10 00j 15 00 25 00 3 mo. 6 mo. $5 00 7 50 10 00 12 00 25 00 40 00 $ 7 50 10 00 15 00 20 OS 40 0U 65 08 IF. $10 15 20 35 65 100 Subscription Bates. One copy one year 32.00 AiuKnutreirmniilM A W YteceaMfclta, 50 cents. Six weeks, 25 cents Singtewpy, Scents. CHURCH DIBECTORT. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Corner of Jefierson Avenue nd Broadway St. j Serviaea every bauoaux at ii .m. anu i .w jj. - Class meeting immedlatelv alter the aornwg ervice. Sunday School at 9;30 a. m:, W. a. SUtohs Superintendent. Prayer meeting every uk.r r.ninr at 7:30 n. xa. strangers ana i:iT. lnt. visitors in the city ana jui owcru coruuny - d to ail these...

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. — 9 September 1881

la for Life How One Can bo Buried Alive. " This cell," said the Warden, as we reached 212, " belongs to one of the oldest lifers in this prison. I believe he has been here nigh on to thirty years and he bids fair to last for twenty more. He is a very singular man." " His crime was murder, of course!" " Yes, and a strange murder. He was then a young man of twenty-two, rather quiet, if not morose, and no one had ever heard him use an oath or seen him display even the smallest vice. Had he stolen an ax his friends would have been amazed, what could their feelings have been, then, when he was charged with murder? One night, witli no earthly excuse for offense, he got out of bed, walked three miles to the- house of a friend and called him out an 1 stabbed him to the heart. He then retraced his steps to his home and returned to bed and slept soundly until morning, the bloody knife lying on a chair by his bedside.' He made no effort to conceal his crime, and when arrested had no excuse for...

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. — 9 September 1881

Fall Seeding of Grass Lands. - NewJEngland farmers, .as a rule, are n practicing more and more the seeding ; of landto grass dqriag the fall of the year. Advocates for this plan claim for fall seeding that the grass is not so liable to be troubled with weeds; the cold weather incites a vigorous growth and brings the fields in good condition to withstand the winters, and it admits of the removal of a crop the first jfear. Cultivators at the North who do not favor spring sowing seed down their lands from August 1 until about the middle of September, while at the South, the seeding of grass lands is de layed one month and'later: At whatever season grass seed is sown, the extremes of very light seed ing, which produces, large, coarse stalks, and very heavy seeding, that makes exceedingly fine ones, are to be avoided. The quantity of seed per acre depends upon the varities of grass es to be" grown, and the purpose for which these are designed. Tirnothj', which stands at the head of grass...

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. — 9 September 1881

-mmmm$f.i&, & u ' STTrf i.ri9ritR2SPiaK5y j ., f.. ...- ?-i j --.. - -j - '"jpt; t? r.-i ; -r- - fay IOLA REGISTER. TERMS : One year, in advance 92 00 Six months, in advance 1 00 Three months, in advance, , ,... 50 53" Our reader , in repiyitigto a&ecrtitementi in Tiik Register, will confer c favor Jy titling to the advertisers that theg taw the advertisement in H.HK IOLA KEGIsTEIt. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. BEPDBUCAU COPT COHVESTM. The Republican .County Convention for Allen county, to place in notpinaljon candidates fur Treasurer, Clerk, Sheriff, Register of Deeds, Surveor and Coroner, will be hld at the Cyiyrt House in lola at 11 o'clock a. m. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th, 3381. The different townships are entitled to the fol lowing representation: Geneva, 5 delegates; Deer Creek, 5; Osage, 4; Marmaton, ; Iola, 13; 121m, J; Etettore, 0; Humboldt, 13; Malum, 3; Outage Gtoe, .". It is recommended that the Republican voters rnieet at their respective ltlaces of holding elec ...

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. — 9 September 1881

i Important Notice To make room for my Fall Stock now coming on, I will offer for the next 30 Days Special Bargains in all lines of goods, as I do not wish to carry over to next sum mer a very fine lot of goods now on hand, and therefore shall give Great Inducements to close cash buyers. The goods are not shop worn but first-class goods. I propose to bring on this fall an unusually large and valua ble stock of Br j Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, -A-ITCD Crents Furnishing Goods To which I shall call the atten tion of the citizens of Allen and adjoining counties at an early day Bemambor me Pmcer bU M Store. Ho More Tern Per Cent Because BoWLtJS has 8100,000 to loan in any sums desired, at OJffLT NItfE Per Cent. Interest payable once a year. No Commissions and no interest paid in advance. Remember the full amount will be paid to borrower. Geo. A. Bowliis, HARDWARE, Iron, Spades, Cutlery, Pumps, Steel, Shovels, Axes, Wringers, Kails, Forks, Saws, Lanterns, 7AR1 ACTD SFZttXTG WACOITS,...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 9 September 1881

THE IOLA EE&ISTER. Published Erery Friday. - - - - KASSA?. IOLA. CURRENT TOPSOS. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. m Decrease of the public debt during August, $14,181,221. The Queen has decorated Speaker Brand with the Grand Cross of the Bath. The New York Republican State Convention will be held in New York City Oct. 5. The Pottawatomie Indians at Green Bay Agency, Wis., are in revolt. All the citizens in the vicinity have tied for fear of their lives. Prayers for the recovery of President Garfield were offered in the Nonconformist places of worship in London and Liverpool on Sunday, the 2Sth. Gen. GRANr denies the reports pub lished that he has been holding conferences with Vice-President Arthur and other Stal warts with reference to the anticipated success-ion of Gen. Arthur to the Executive chair. Up to the 31st ult. inquests had been held at Savannah upon forty-six bodies, vic tims of the recent storm. These.were re covered in the immediate vicinity of the city. Reports from outlying dis...

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. — 9 September 1881

THE IOLA EEGISTER. Nbilshed Every Friday. IOLA. KANSAS. THE CHAMBER OF SILENCE. One autumn day we three. "Who ion;- had borne each other company. Grief, and my Heart, and I, "Walked out beneath a dull and leaden sky. The fields -were bare and brown: From the still trees the dead leaves Uuttercd down: , There were no birds to sing; Or cleave the air on swift, rejoicing wing, We soupht the barren sand Beside the moaning sea, and. hand In hand, Paced its slow length, and talked Of our aupremest sorrow as we walked. Slow shaking each bowed head, " There i no anguish like to ours," we said; The glancing eyes or morn Fall on no souls more utterly forlorn." But suddenly, across A narrow liord wherein wild billows toss. We saw before our eyes. High hung above the tide, a temple rise. A temple wondrous fair, Lifting its shining turrets in the air. All touched with golden gleams. Like the bright miracles we see in dreams. Oripf turned and looked at me. ,l We must go thither, O, my friends," s...

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. — 9 September 1881

, Verdict el .Juries. The article, "StraJljjOraUslon,'' especially ' the severe comments from the Lawrence Journal and the Champion's remarks about ' 'stupid and preposterous enljcts,"struck one of our earnest temperance friends in a sensitive place. About slx.yearaago an,old negro wood-chopper In this city.Tvasunduccd,-by the usual methods, to'bet five dollars on the knife-trick. Just as the trick washing developed, the police ponuec on the old uarkey. The real gamblers seized the five tidllex bill and escaped? The darkey, in slang phrase, "gave himseir away,' and was incar ceratcd in the county jail for six weeks, to await trial by the District Court for gambling. Our friend was on the jury, and the evidence was so clear against the unfortunate darkey, and the in structions of Judge Hnbcard so .explicit, that there seemed to lie no chance but to bring in a 1 verdict of guilty. The jRry retired, and, as us ual, it was proposed to take an informal ballot. One iirpr.lsiw; juror said ...

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. — 16 September 1881

''&rt x- fjrf. . j . I e. ' m TOLA REGISTER. VOL. XV. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 16, 1881. NO. 39 OUR ANN OUlf CEMEXT. SJ-OFFICIAL PAPER Q ALLE5 CIJITY.2 OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OK OLA, Advertiaims Rates. srAcx. 1 w'K srkl mo. 3 mo. 6 mo. 1 Inch $100 $1.50 $3 00 $!i 00 $7 M 2 inches.... 2 00 350 400 7 50 MOO Z Inches.... 2 50 3 00 6 00 10 00 15 00 X column.. 350 500 8 50 12 00 20 00 hi column.. 6 00 8 00 12 00 25 00 40 00 1 column... 10 00 15 00 25 00 40 OS 65 00 ly. Sabscriptiem Rata. One copy one year W-M One copv six months -- Ttiree montks, 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 7:30 p. m. Class meeting immediately after the morning ervic9. Sunday School at 9:80 a. m., W. H. Slavens Superintendent. Prayer meeting every Thursday evening ut 7:30 p. m. Htrangers and visitors in the city and all others cordially invit ed to all the...

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. — 16 September 1881

fj??ir,- THE IOLA REGISTER. rabUhed Every Friday. IOLA. ' - - - KANSAS. CURRENT TOPICS. THE NEWS "TNT BRIEF. i a The Xew York Democratic State Convention is called to meet at Albany on Oct 14. i in 1 '"" G 'Jtfzkv was hanged in effigy at "riuffalo, N. Y., the other night, in the Eres-, ence of 3,000 people. - 9 The Czar will go to Germanyby sea, landing at Dantzig. More than, the usual precautions will be taken for hiasafe'ty. The trial of Rev. Dr. H'W. Thomas, late pastor of the Centenary M. E. Church at Chicago, for heresy, begun at Chicago on the 6th. Ex-Senator Platt has been elected Chairman of the Republican State Central Committee of New York, in place of Vice CPresident Arthur, resigned. Gen Grant attended the reunion of of the 127th Regiment Illinois Volunteers at the Palmer House, Chicago, on the evening of the 6th, and made a very brief speech. i Archpishop "Henni, of Milwaukee, is dead, aged 76. He was the upbuilder of the Catholic Church of the Northwest, and was a man ...

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. — 16 September 1881

rt-x , ;fj ' vif THE IOLA BESISTEB. FabUsked Every Friday. TOLA. .... KANSAS. THE SWEDISH WIFE. In the Stare House at Augusta. Me., Is a 'buncii of ceilur shingles made by a Swedish woman, the wife of one of the earliest settlers of New Sweden, who, with her husband sick and a family of little ones dependent upon her, made with her own hands these sninirles, and can ied thm upon her back eight miles to the town of Caribou, where she exchanged them for provisions for her lamily. The morning sun shines bright and clear, Clear and coid.v'or winter is near Winter, the chill and dread; -And the lire burns bright in the exile's home, With faaror of tirfrom the mountain's dome. While the children clamor for bread. .Against the wall stands the Idle wheel, Unfinished the thread upon spindlo and reel, The empty cards are crost; .But nigh to the hearthstone sits the wife. With cleaver and mallet so brave and blithe, She fears no famine or frost. Fair and soft arc her braided locks. And the lic...

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. — 16 September 1881

gSSiSgA rtaywftySg!Vfiy g- ? J.S. W ss SB IOLA REGISTER. TEEMS: Oaevear, inndvance siv months, in advance,. .. Three month", in advance, $2 00 1 00 50 .? ia rMMfimni in 53-O.tr TtMtrt "J.XV or 6 Slwy ' The IotA UKMbTEB. nvFICIAI. PAPER OF COUNTY. Republican Ticket. Vnt Teaaurcr Wl H. McCLUBE. IS SS Clerk... . STOVER- For Sfceriff. VV"?A t V AST Pot JJegi9ter of Deeds......!, fe. FAbl . For Surveyor ......G. DEWiu. ci. r!nrnner A, J. J? Ulji-WN. Announcements. TO THE VOTEUS OF ALLKV COCSTY. .GifJe7wn:-r hereby announce myself an . In .dSeTcandidate for the oftce of nT of II un iiiimr -- en county. the Editorial Note.s. 4 , often stubs his toe on A uinu v threshold of success. Seventy-five days have passed since the President was shot. There is lots of harmony in the Re publican ranks in. ew ork. The soldiers of Montgomery county wUfcave a reunion on the 19th mst. The Kansas State Fair and the Kan aiCity Exposition were mfull blast jjjje week. - , TT...i,n lioa Twricrned his posi- jT ...

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. — 16 September 1881

l-5 r.tr "3 -h-'V- . .1 -Sil : x. Important Notice To make room for my Fall Stock now coming on, I will offer for the next 30 Days Special Bargains in all lines of goods, as I do not wish to carry over to next sum mer a very fine lot of goods now on hand, and therefore shall give Great Inducements to close cash buyers. The goods are not shop worn but first-class goods. I propose to bring on this tall an unusually large and valua ble stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Crents Furnishing Goods To which I shall call the atten tion of the citizens of Allen and adjoining counties at an early day Mmem&F the Place, lllf Flfllv mm WiwOTfi3ai K&T V?3?1I WH Ho More Ten Per Cent. Because Bowlus has 8100,000 to loan in any sums desired, at OWUX JtflJSE Per Cent. Interest payable once a year. No Commissions and no interest paid in advance. Remember the fall amount will be paid to borrower. iweo. A. Bowlus, XOX.A. KANSAS. HARDWARE, Iron, Spades, Cutlery, Pumps, Steel, Shovels, ...

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. — 16 September 1881

vft&f, ' -$. M, Atissw4A?!- fie Snakes and Other Reptiles or California. While at Berkley lately a representa tive of thu nn Francisco Call chanced to meet J. J. Rivers, the curator of the University Museum, who is better po3t doa snakes of tlie truly rural varieties th m any man in California. The mu seum has quite a collection of California auxs.es. of every possible color, barred and striped with crimson, red and yel low, and all those more aomber hues -which simulate the color of thu ground on which they lie and bask in sunlight -nntilthe unwary picknieker or pick oickess steps on them with a scream. ' Do you see that fellow up there?" isaid Mr. Rivers, pointing to a huge red .snake, some ten feet long and two inches thick, of the kind known as a ,gopher snake. " I'd rather have that fellow on my farm if I had a farm than 10. You would be astonished at fthe amount of vermin they can getaway -with gophers, rabbits, squirrels, birds anytEiiig, in fact, that he is big enough to...

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. — 16 September 1881

rr 77- '" " - Fanners' Flower Gardens. , Very few farmers take kindly to a flower garden?As a rule, they look upon the cultivation of flowers as a waste of time and money, and if there is any attempt at ornamentation of the f rounds about their dwellings by mem ers of the family, they will discourage them directly or indirectly. There are hundreds .ol farmers who will spend almost any amount of money at com mand ior a good horse or other animal, just to have something to brag about to their neighbors, and then there must be something extra in the way of har ness and buggy to accompany a line horse. The same rule holds good when it comes to extra fine sheep, or blooded cattle, which require, or at least receive far more attention than common stock. This is all well enough, but the head of the family is selfish in such matters, and thinks that what pleases him should please every member of his household, forgetting that tastes differ, and that there is just as much'sensein'adjniring, ...

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. — 16 September 1881

-3'-- J -. in - 'rjt- Vi jr-r'sc Vpt g S',-V.?j ; S& SS Waat is Said. Fro fAe'CMuaoniMatt. That the friends of John A. Ander son fight shy of the idea of his being a candidate for the United States Senate to succoeed Plum, hut want to have it understood that he is to come into the ring to succeed .togalls. But yet it is said they are keeping one eye to the -windward in case of a dead lock in the legislature at its nextsession. whichin they will work for, and really hope to make Anderson Plumb's successor. That the old Granger, J. B. John son is still busy repairing his fences, all the time keeping a squint on Gov. St. John, hoping that the latter gen tleman will not be a candidate for re election, in which case he feels sure that he can be inaugurated Governor on the steps of the capitol on the sec ond Monday of January, 1883. That the wheat king, T. C. Henry, of Abilene, is grooming for the guber natorial race in 1882. That while the fight for the State Senate in the 37th Senat...

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. — 23 September 1881

H 4 v '- -i j "T'-'J'; IOLA REGISTER. xrs3"ei 'amm?mmm&mg3ktomm3x, '8&-i VOL. XV. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 23, 1881. NO. 40 laJt $6&MT Grocery Store Is the place to buy Corn, 10 cents per Can. SALMON, 15 eta. pec can. liM Birt Seed, 20 cts. per 1 package. CJwice Syrup- Cheap. .All Uada Cenatry Produce "Wanted. 53"We respectfully sk a call from all who lsh groceries at bottom figures. -wBl NEW FIRM! NEW GOODS! Once more to the front with a full line of Ladies Furnishing Goods, dots of confidence and a Gilt Edge Stock, IjGWER PRICES, BETTER GOODS, And Greater Inducements Chan ever before. We have in our emplov an cx perienced trimmer from the East that will have charge of the Millinery department. H3"Dre88-makinjr, Cutting and fitting dons ic CWe latest styles, at CLARK & LITTLEFIELD'S, South tide Public Square, - - Iota, Kar.iai J. W. KESTERSON, Dealer in STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, QUEEKSWABB A3CU Country Produce. 33Patronage solicited. an"cd. Ghe men ca...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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