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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 23 September 1881

The Etiquette of Introductions. No doubt the subject of introducing two Indies to each other, both of whom lire residents of the same city, is one on ivniuu there nniy be two opinions.' There are often grave reasons why a leader of society may not wish to know a imshmg and vulgar and pretentious interloper and there are always these two classes in every city. The stern interpreters of the faws of fashion have therefore, decided that one lady shall notintroduce two other ladies who-hap-pen to meet in her parlor if the parties are both " at home ' in the same town. This law, cf course, should prevail to some small extent, as at a five o'clock tea or at a large reception; there arc many reasons why a hostess can not be introducing any one except her daughter, sister, or her guest for whom the party is given. There are many exclusive people who, because they know Mrs. Brown, hesitate to know Mrs. Smith; and there are excellent women who if they go.to Mrs. Brown's and are introduced to M...

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. — 23 September 1881

,-,. - . rMS3f" -- American Wheat Fields. What is their extent? Can any other Nation show a greater breadth' in the golden grain? Within three years a prominent statesman gave to France the leading position in wheat produc tion. Yet the United States has ranked the wteat-growiag Nations of the world in quantity for half a dozen years; in area, for a period twice as long. Thir ty years ago the area did not probably 'much exceed 9,000,000 acres, or the breadth of wheat now to be found in three leading States. Twenty years since the area had increased to nearly 15,000,000 acres, and in ten years more to about 20,000,000. The great advance has occurred, within ten years, the most of it within five! under the stimulus of high prices caused by increase of a prosperous population and an extraor dinary foreign demand. The'cehsus (in its first count, which corrections will not materially change) makes the area producing in the year 1879 no less than 35.487,065 acres, which is equivalent to n...

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. — 23 September 1881

-acrr s n".Mavw,"t8'ty MMfca iola register: , TERMS Xee year,-in advance, ........ ."Six months, in advance,... Three months, in advance,. ..... tew ..v 1 00 ...Vw SO 53-Oar readers, itt rtftmlKbto LtVUtlmtints in TttB Ukoisteu, ibHrconfer b twfi-f ttating to the tdvertit'rt that they te tie mdrtrtitemtM in 'Tiik Iola Rugistxk. OFFICIAL PAPER OP COUNTY. EREWL Y, SEPTEMBER 23, 1881. ftepuldtafc Ticket. FoVTeasurer .W. H. McCLUHE. For Countv Clerk T. S. STOVER. Tor Sheriff. -DAVID WORST. Tor Register or Deeds....:.J. S. FAST. For Surveyor G. DeWITT. For Coroner.., A. J. FULTON. Announcements. TO THE YOTEBS OF ALLEN' COUNTY. 'Gentlemen: I hereby announce myself anln drpendeiit candidate Tor the office of hheriff or Allen countv. Albekt Hodgson. After a long struggle Jas. A. Gar field sleeps the sleep that knows no waking. The Nation mourns the loss of a President by the mad act of an assassin. Every fact and incident of the assassination is known to all men, und at this time it is usel...

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. — 23 September 1881

R 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 Dry Croods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, BORROW MONEY OP BOWLUS. Davidson loans money as CHEAP and with LESS EXPENSE than it. can be had elsewhere in the city. BORROW MONEY OP BOWLUS. DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS AOSm SHOES! is now in and Ready for Inspection. . - -- y - MONET FOR FARMERS! SEVEN PER CEXT MOXEY FOR FX V3S YEARS JOHN C.GORDON. Upstairs at the Court House for the present. n -A.3NTD Crents Furnishing Croods To which I $hall call the atten tion of the citizens of Allen and adjoining counties at an early day BememSer ik Place S 5 S S i i i REMEMBER! IB O -W LUS IS LOANIN...

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. — 23 September 1881

-"WW " ty- JiT4J?K4 Ttt.fr, t- fMFS-tTS;-1?'--?'-T " T ?-&zrpXriizg' "?!" - 2ri-)j--Bjjf'- -irJw5eet'''C455i,-w . -i vJa9rstSPVgg1 s? THE IOLA RE&ISTER. MIttMlM7MftV IOIJL . . . KANSAS. CURRENT TOPICS. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Benjamin H. Bbbwsteb, of Phila delphia, and George Bliss, of New York, bare been retained by the Government as counsel in the Star-route cases. 0 In the special election held at Lewis ton Me., on the 12th, for a Representative to Congress, to filj the vacancy caused by the resignation of Senator Frye, ex-Governor Dingtey, Republican, was elected. The work of collecting lands for the relief of sufferers by the Michigan conflagra tion Is'progressing actively in many cities and towns throughout the country. 'Up to the 13th New York City had already for warded upward of $10,000. A call has been issued for a Nation al Convention of representatives of the agri cultural, manufacturing and commercial in terests of the country, to be held in New York City on the 30th...

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. — 23 September 1881

THE IOLA REGISTER. IOLA. - KANSAS. THE PHANTOM OX. In Xorwjty it Is a superstition among: toe peasants that a spectrr In the form of a white ox glides through villages and farms, and that any person on whom he breathes will at once tidcenanddie. ' What frightens you to from your play my child? Tour cheeks are as white as snow. Tour lips uro pale and your eyes are wild; O, why do you tremble so?" ' Dear mother, while I was wading the brook For lilies along the brink, A ghostly ox, with a deathly look. Came down to the stream to drink. " The creature was not of flesh and bones. But paler than crystal glass; I saw through his body the trees and stones. And mosses, and meadow grass. " He wander d round, and, wherever he went. He stepp'd with so light a tread, No harebell under bis hoof wa3 bent, No violet bowed its head. He cast no shadow upon the ground. No image upon the stream; His lowing was fainter than any sound That ever was heard in a dream. " I quirer'd and quaked in every limb...

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. — 23 September 1881

V -"'"'- r The Rev. George H. Thayer, of Bourbon, Ind., says: "Botk i WSflf and wife owe oar lives to ehiloh's Consumption Cure." Sold by R. B. Stevenson. California BUtteey Tea. Lame Back, Kidney and Urinary trou bles, Torpid Liver. Only 50 cento large package. Bay of Stevenson. "Hacketack," a lasting and ftagrant perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents. Sold by R. B. Stevenson. . - For sale,an excellent farm of 132 acres, good house and everything well fixed. Apply to Bowlus. . e-e-e Yoa will find health, wealth and happiness in a bottle of the Big Blood aad liver cure, called Dr. Marshall's Rronioline, fifty cents a bottle. Buy it of druggists. -- Are you made miserable by indiges tion, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite, Yel low Skin ? Shiloh's Vitilfeer is a pos itive cure. SohThy R. B. Stevenson. e-e-e It is a' foolish mistake to confound a merit with tho tjuack medicines now so common. We have used barker's Ginger Touic with the happiest .results ifor fthemattem and Dyspepsia, and Twiieri wo...

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. — 30 September 1881

rvTS-l vS? SB. i r if L j ' .. k " - ;fe.- : yiw. .mmV cn. 'S-. !-., ? jri-i-;tiiift-?." in, ? j- . . a-iV ..,. , li Jfc,4-- ,-..i, ,.? .,, v . . .- ,. , f i fT .. . V -. ? "'SSi " . ' ' f J . - J - ' sea . CiELJi -""""""-x rMj-jg' ir- - ""; ...j.--y ------ Tti v&?am&&$&,tzi'& " ,, r -sk. vaM s' -$nM - " m an -Aw an -,. r an wanT na "a c - ' S" - am -m aw- -w?ym -m- '.& t SW ?j sav Ajsti- ,-'K'-wR'l?I sp . r "'?' r -? ssaW' BUv BaBBw Bar- sal - an -.mW -i. r - m ,- "jf k PJ' ''iBP. a un? Bbv SSbv Pav aaa' " -- m ' m VOL. XV. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 30, 1881. 5M1 II II LA BS - .P7 Bn -. bBjBSv ' yH" t'"B- a Br H' "HB" ""' - hmt p n - - h - . m-r m . h .w sal n am sea nam iJsaaaV. Wew LamaBBawBw JsbTsbb. A. H 1. V Aw mm. H t$m- m( 'BMk. Mm - " v Grocery Store la the place to buy Corn, 10 cents per Can. SALMON, 15 eta. per can. HM BirtM 20 cts. per ft jate Choice Syrup Cheap. All klmb Cutry Fredmo Waatel. Ct"Wc respectfully aak a call from all who ...

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. — 30 September 1881

ip,"vi' &&&2&&is&r'' s ?tawwwSsw! THE IOLA REGISTER. "7" . KANSA& 10TJL - CURRENT TOPICS. IKftSWO !? TEDE;.NEWrBRIEF. ii i Governor Pillsburt, of Minnesota, Ms, called an extra session of tlie Legisla ture to' consider the State debt question. i a GOVERNOR JLlTTLEFIBLD, of .Rhode Wand, lias called iithe, General Assembly to , meet-to elect a; successor to General Burn- aide. FsKSHexpnlsions of Socialists are re ported t torn Berlin. The police prohibit all meetings in which Socialists are likely to participate. , The value of the breadstoffe exported -from the United States during the month of August was $25,500,000 against $81,700,000 exported during the corresponding month of last year. The total value of top bread stuff exports for the eight months ending Ang. 31, was $157,500,000, or $27,800,0001ess than the valuation of the exports for the corresponding eight months of last year. Tttk marriage of Gastavus, Crown Prince of Sweden, with the Princess Vi...

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. — 30 September 1881

"V ?rf " l"1 V Jj?c tf I ',H-tTJ-I.. ti&msyW V1 i'Jl' I'Vjt: emSBmmmi THE IOLA EEGISTER. PaMlafced Every Mday. IOLA. KANSAS. YOUR FIRST 'SWEETHEART. TEhe seemed in your boyhood as pure and fair as a Bnow-najce noattng adown the air. And every rime y6u passed her . You hung your head as you hurried hy. It made you tremble to hare her nigh; In the tender gaze of her azure eye Your Rlad young heart beat faster. Her voice was musical to your ear, Her joyous laughter you loved to hear. And while you looked, and listened, You saw her beautiful golden curls, The envy of all the other girls : .Her cheeks were red, and the teeth like pearls That in her sweet mouth glistened. In the district school-room you loved to look .At her fair young face; o'er your thumb-worn DOOK, How sweet and good you thought her; "When the teacher turned his back awhile, It made you happy to see her smile As you slyly handed across the aisle The apple you had brought her. 'She said she loved you; you proudly sm...

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. — 30 September 1881

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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. — 30 September 1881

To make room fjor my FaflStqck now coming on, I will offer for the next 30 Days .j Special Bars1 ains BORROW MONEY OF JBOWLDS. 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 rail an unusually large and valua ble stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, rsrrx Gents Furnishing Goods To which I shall call the atten tion of the. citizens of Allen and adjoining counties at an eai;ly day MONEY FOE FARMERS! SEf&V PER EHT JHOKEf FOR FIVE T B JkXtS J0HNC.GOBD0N. Upstairs at the Court House for .the present is now tit and Beady for Inspection. ;' '&& - f E ej Z ? REMEMBER! IS LOANING MONEY AT OEY SEVEN PER CENT UTERES! ! t & t t t i IOLA REGISTER. Jt O, I S. R. R. TIME TABLE. , going south. PASSENGER Daily FHROUGH FREIGHT D .12 11 P. x. Daily a ISP. m. WAY FREIGHT.Dally ...

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. — 30 September 1881

TiTTii7 ' "w - ' ''-j . ' ? y'JSvf: CiSMT iSr . ..- )? tf "$"Z SSVV ". ' " a "'- "" 4 V- "ifeC'U " '-Ji 1 " 'fey v r J Biographical. The. following sketch of the late President is taken from an article jtp pearing in the Chicago Tribune of the 20th: James Abraham Garfield was born No vember 19, 1831. in the Township of Orange, CoyahoKa County, Ohio." about fifteen miles from Cleveland. His father. Abraham Gar field, came from 2iew York, but, like his mother, was" of New England stock. James was the youngest of four children. The father died in 1833, leaving the family de pendent upon a small farm and the exer tions of the mother. There was nothing about (lie elder Garfield to distinguish him from the oth -r farmers of the rather sterile Township of Orange No one could discern any qualities in him, which, transmitted to the ncxi generation, might help to make a statesman, unless it was industry; but his Wife, who is still living at an advanced age, was alwavs fond of reading when she...

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. — 30 September 1881

rc 'in1 - r A - -, .r- ri . - t - 7 .1 i rs Special and Cteieral Fanalay. Land-owners who eive bat little uer- sonal attention to the management of their land, or only at particular seasons y of the year, sometimes devote it wholly VjAitosome Partcur crops. This may answer for a few years, but the land must soon become exhausted unless fer tilizers are purchased or green crops plowed in. Better success attends the jf practice of making special animals A prominent, as for example all cattle, or all sheep, as the owners may deem most profitable. These, consuming the vegetable products, furnish manure ienough to keep the farm in a sufficient 'state of fertility. But those who intend to make farming a regular business, " and who do not desire the annoyance v Ck9 an OTfioooiva TfnrA f wnitlr at aai tain periods and the hiring of many day hands to carry the extra work through such emergencies, may so ar range their crops, and the work that attends their management, as to dis tribute the l...

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. — 30 September 1881

fes "J 'i. ' v-- v' "'' rf t V ml v. Notice. Wm. Delap, aged thirteen, barefoot ed and in his shirt sleeves, fair- .com plexion and dark eyes, left his home in Elk county, about August 12th, 1881. All parties are forbidden to trust or , harbor him under any circum stances. 'Any information of his whereabouts will be thankfully re ceived ny nisiatner, John Delap, Gould.City, Elk county, Ks. Shiloh'a Coutrh and ConsumDtlon Cure jts sold by us on a guarantee. It cures consumption, bold by fi. is Steyej&son- -Sr- Louis, Ft. Sept $. Wichita iiaiiroad "Will now transport property from and to all stations on its line between Jola inclusive and Ft. Scott, and St. Joseph, Kansas City. Hannibal. St. Jjouis, abd other cities via Ft. Scott nd Missouri Pacific Bailway. Ship pers will please so consign their prop erty; rates as low as by auy other route; tnroujm bills of lading issued: prompt dispatch given; and all claims for overcharge,; loss ad damage promptly attended to. Be sure and cons...

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. — 7 October 1881

.fsijr , - i .-, T (? I.5arts j.fjl ,'-?; -;r, tv r8 1 . i f V -1 "S? IOLA ALLEJT COUNTY, KANSAS, OCTOBER 7, 1881. NO. 42 TOL.XV. -1L -'' ' '-A-m ' kn;n'Oll .TKTM. ,?' .- i;JH:.r. - m. .aw ? y M- f- WaV " JnV ts -V ;"aV af k V 'awT '- jbM 'iaVr wJBsBfe "" -)BnUW00nBSBB"nl unnBn l., " ! r" - ; i Grocery Store Is the iiUoe to Imj 0or, 20 ce per Can. SALMON, 15 etc. per can. id Biri Seed, 28 cts.per A. package. Choice Syrup CJieap. AXL kUd Gemmtiy FrodHoe Wamtefl. M-We renptrullv ask a call from all who wlih ncrle8 t bnttimi figures. NBf FIRM! 1W00DS! Oaosnore to the front i itb a full Hoc of Ladies Furnishing Goods, Xrfrta of oonflilence and a Gilt Edge Stock, JnVElt EfilCES, BBTTBB GOODS, And Greater. Inducements than tr lK!fnrr- We ltnve In our employ an vx iwriruwl trimmer from tht- i:8t that ill liav- charse r the Jlllllni'ry ikiarlnient. 53Jr-K-mnklnB, Cutting and fitting doa in C&elKtftt st Ira, at , CLA.BK A LITTLEFIELD'S, South $hU Pukiic Square, - - toPt, KaM ANDERSON &am...

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. — 7 October 1881

& t?V..-5v -- '2- v -f r ' - " I "g".' -r0i ameaiBiaaaaeaaavaavB PreseHtmests. One of the most striking of these ifepries of presentment, or now a fact 'existing was borne in on the mind of one able to act onit-for good useswaa-told. as many years ago by a sweet, mild, Coring and pious Qoaker lady, who had .all the virtues! "if this 'one special weak mess, of her 's6ct.T She said that ber mother was a woman jho hadthese aysterious previsions, and to whom was -.vouchsafed precognition of facts greater than that given to most. In plden days sfce would have been a sceress; -and in -the days which Deuevea wiicncraw, now great soever her piety, she would have been in danger.of the stake. Living in store enlightened times, she was re .tspectcd .for. the- faculty which, once -would have been.- her condemnation. .About two miles across the fields from ker house lived a Quaker couple, of .slender means and painful history. Al ways in poverty, they were often as sisted by the Friends who ...

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. — 7 October 1881

FARM AHD FIRESIDE. Mr. H. J. Dunlap, of the Chicago Tribune, maintains, that cooking feed for farm stock donlt pay, and he quotes so high an authority as Professor Cald well in confirmation of this view. Steers weighing from 1,200 to 1,700 pounds best suit the Britishbutchers, as they can cut up the carcasMS of such most economically for their.custoruers. and the sizes of the pieces are more ac ceptable to them. Vinegar Pie. One cup sugar, one half cup vinegar, one tablespoonful but ter, one ess. one quarter cup rolled crackers. Boil the sugar and vinegar together a few moments; add the but ter, cool, and add the egg and crackers. Bake with two crusts. An excellent remedy when the finger or part of the flesh is burried, is to wrap it in raw cotton. The effect is severe for a short time, but is effect ual. Sweet oil is often used with the cotton, but the latter is all that is nec essary to remove the fire. Honey Pudding. One-half pound honey, six ounces butter, one-fourth ounce bread...

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. — 7 October 1881

' " "" , --V??5. iJcWf'?--S IOLA REGISTER. TEEMS : One year. In advance, $2 60 Six months, in advance, ......'....".1 00 Three mopths, in advance, CO 330r readers, in replying to a4trtiMMtnti Tub Kboiutkk. yiUlfonfer fi favor by Hating to the afoertif'rt that they nav tLtedve9tUemet in Tun Iola ltKGl&TEU. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. FRJDAY, QCTOBER 7, 1881. Republican Ticket. For Teaattfer .W. H. MeCLURE. For County Clerk T. S. STOVER. For Sheriff.,,,...,.. ....DAVID WORST. For Register or Deeds J. S. FAST. For Surveyor -.....'.6. DeWITT. For Co'roner.....::..'. A. J. FULTON. Announcements. TO THE VOTKItS OF AI.LEX COmTTT. Gentlemen: I hereby announce myself an In dependent camll date for the oihco of sheriff of Allen couutv. Albkut Hoih.sox. Anderson county fair began Tuesday qf this week. In Iowa tUe potato pFop is &aid to be a total failure. An extra session of he senate will be held Oct. lOtb, Those who vere burued out at the Chanute rjre fyave received their jo prance. Th...

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. — 7 October 1881

.. 3TT'"3n?!rss IOLA REGISTER. X.CHL.I.B.B. TIME TABLE. PkSSEXGE&-DilY: .12 11p.m. fflKOCUK P RKIGHT-Daily 0 18 p. i WAYFRKIGirT.Dallrexcept Sunday S 25 p.k. stock expbj!s DaF...tT..!rr!?. iJJ PASSEXGEtt-Dally 385i. THH0CU1I FttEIGftT Dally g 35 a i" WAYFiUIumDallvexeeptSunday lip. jiI Close connections nude -at Kansas City and hroogh tickets for aale to all eastern Mints. 11. b. Atxrs, Local Agent BORROW BQHEY OP BOWLUS. Davidson loans money as CHEAP and with LESS EXPENSE than it can be had elsewhere in the city. BORROW MONEY OP BOWLUS; m ? 99. q- REMEMBER! IB O "XPST" LXJS IS LOANING MONEY ATOEYSEVpjEBCENTINTEREgT! a i i a t & LOCAL MATTERS. Mutinett Local under thit heading among editorial notictM tctll be charged Fifteen cent yer line each publication. A'o deviation from thUtate to anyone. Borrow money of Bowliw, Bee those new Carperite at JfOBTHEUP'S. District Court conveues in Woodson county next Monday, Will Store ig considered very sick with hemorrhage of the lungs. ...

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