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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 7 October 1881

x. "V 'V THE IOLA .REGISTEB. VtfblUfceA Xverjr ftldajr. IOLA. .... KANSAS. CURRENT TOPICS. s " THE NEWS IN BRIEF. The Earl of Airlie, of Scotland, member of the House of Lords, died sud denly of congestive chilf at the Windsor Hotel in Denver. Psksident Arthur, on the 24th, ap pointed several Postmasters in various parts of the country who had been selected by. President Garfield previous to his prostra tion. An important engagement took place south of Susa, Tunis. The Arabs admit a loss of fifty killed and many wounded. The French loss is unknown. Two important tribes are willing to join in a holy war. There seems to be no doubt that an alliance has been concluded between the Emperors of Austria, Germany and, Russia. The London Times, commenting on the al liance, says it insures peace in Europe, which is what England is desirous of. Memorial services in honor of the late President Garfield were held on Mon day, the 26th, in probably nearly every city, town and hamlet throughout 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. — 7 October 1881

?? ' xx- 7 -S V ft I fc THE I01A BEGISTER. robllalMd Erexy Friday. lOLAy KANSAS. THE FINAL OBSEQUIES. The Solemn and Impressive Fu neral Ceremonies 0?er the a Nation's Bead. An doquent Funeral Discourse Delivered by the Rev. ' Isaac Errett. An Imposing Pageant, Testifying to tKe Universality of the Peo pie's Sorrow. Etc Etc, Etc 1! CvkxetjAsb, September 24. The funeral train arrhed at Euclid Ave nue Station, in this city, at 1:17, and was met by an immense concourse of people. The police arrangements were admirable, so a crush was prevented. The locomotive was heavily draped in deep black on the boiler-head, and all the cars were elaborate ly draped. After the train stopped the la dies were escorted to the carriages. The whes of the Cabinet officers went first; then the distinguished widow, supported on one side bV "Secretary Blaine, and on the other by her son Harry. The ladies, having been placed in the carriages, were sent to the places provided for them at prhate resi dences,' M...

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. — 7 October 1881

' - ' rw- a- ?J4.- - 1 -xJEveryteedy Gees To tbe Fort Scott Fair, Tuestffty, Wed nesday, Tkursday'aiid Fridayt)Ootober ' 18th, J9th, 20th and 21st, to see the great 20 mile ladles' race, and trotting And mrohinj?Tace ejreiy4ay , JW old soldiers of the late war willJaoW, reauion on the grounds. Grand .military acampment and competitive &H1 entered into by eight Kansas M-3 If issouri military compir nies an4,ttirceCQmpanie8. . Shsjn battle, camp nres,.8ongfe, etc. Senator Plnmb, Governor Bt. John, Senator Jngalls, Hon.D. C.Haskell. L. Stiltwell, and Tom Anderson will ibe .ther. "Veto;" put on your war jjaintbring blankets, tin cups, etc., Adjoin the Bean Brigade. 2&Q cash premiums for the beac xuty'display of farm products ; open 4o Bourbon, Allen, and Crawford xjounties. Kansas, and Vernon and Barton counties, Misourj. The aro iducts'to be shown 'by any individual xr association qf individuals, all of whom shall -Uvein theame township. Exhibits--must be made p and entered esp...

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. — 14 October 1881

ispj&sv j -w-Yit-''' v " A "" eMEBHyF y YOL.XV. IOLA, ALLEN COOTTT, KANSAS, OCTOBER 14, 1881. NO. 43 IOLA REGISTER; - Gkocery Store Is (the place iolray Corn, 10 cents per Can. SALMON, 1 cts. per can. JDiefl Biri Seed, 21 cts. perl package. Choice Syrup Cheap. AXL Idafe Crattzy Fnodaoe Wuit4. 0"We respectfully ask call from all who wl8h groceries at iioitqm figures. PWFIBM! NEW GOODS! Once more to the front with a fcll line of Ladies Furnishing Goods, Lots of confidence and a Gilt Edge Stock, I.OWER PRICES, BETTER GOODS, And Greater Inducements than tver before. Wc hare in our employ an ex iwrienced trimmer from the lst that will havn charge of the Millinery deportment 3Dres-raakinsr, Cutting and fitting dons in flhe latest styles, at ; CLARK LITTLEFEELD'S, South tide Public Square? - - Tola, Kantat J.-W. KESTERSON, Dealer la STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, QUEESWA3&E Country Produce. t3"Patrosajre solicited. Satisfaction guar anteed. (jlv me a cull. STRICKLAND & ROWN, rnopa...

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. — 14 October 1881

Brer Babbit as a Lorer. Uncle Remus declared that Brother "Rabbit could perform upon the quills, an accomplishment to which none of the other animals could lay claim. There was a time, too, the old man pointedly suggested, when the romantic rascal used his musical abilities to win the smiles of a nice young lady of quality no less a personage, indeed, than King Deer's daughter. As a matter of course, the little boy was anxious to near the particulars, and Uncle Remus was iu nowise Ibath to give them. 'Wen you come ter fix me about de year en de day or de mont" said the old man, cunningly, arranging a defense 'Against criticism, "' den rm done, kaze de alrnanick w'at der got in dem times won'trpass muster deze days, but, let 'lone dat, I spec dey ain't had none vit; -en if day is dey ain't none bin .handed "roun! ter Remus. " Well, den, some .time 'long in dar, -old Brer Fox' en Brer -Rabbit got ter ftyin' 'roun' King Deer's daughter. Dey tell me she 'uz a monsfus likely gal, en J'so...

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. — 14 October 1881

Bectrictl Criwitfe t-4he Park Ex klMtism. Ever since M. Gramme intmdnced . his beautiful machine for generating ; the electric current, his principle has been adopted in a host' of other inven tions. Shortly afterward anew value of the machine was found. I well remem berer 1875, returning from a prolonged absence from England, I had occasion to write to the late Professor Clerk Maxwell, and incidentally asked him what was the greatest discovery of late years. He replied that, in his opinion, the greatest discovery was "that a Gramme machine could be reversed" t, e., that when a current was passed through the machine it might be used to drive machinery. The belief of the Professor was shared by many others, and hundreds of people have been since then engaged in applying this new means of transmitting power to divers purposes., The Electrical Exhibition contains a large number of these, many of which can even now be seen in ac tion, but a complete notion of these ap plications cannot ...

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. — 14 October 1881

55v IOLA REGISTER. u TERMS : Owtwar, in advance 92 60 She months. In advance 1 08 Three mop tli , in advance 60 53"0w readers, in replying to advertisements in Thk Rkoistek, will confer a favor by statins to the advertisers that they taw the advertisement tn TUB IOLA UKQISTXU. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1881. Republican Ticket. For Teasnrer W. H. McCLURJE. For County Clerk......T. 8. STOVER. For Sheriff .DAVID WORST. For Register of Deeds J. S. FAST. For Surveyor G. DeWITT. For Coroner. A. J. FULTON. Announcements. TO TUB VOTXBS OF ALIO COOKTT. Gentlemen: I hereby announce myself an In niiemcn;i uereuj guuuuutc ...id... , dei pendent canaiuate ror ins oiuce ui oma u u 'Allen county lien county. aiwcbt modgsos Dodging. . The third plank of the Democratic platform of this county is a unique af fair. We quote it entire : "Third, that it should be the policy of our State to invite to our common wealth, by wise and judicious legisla tion, the large foreign immigration ...

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. — 14 October 1881

"tt6Mr. it 'aiitfe8a-a!awaBfaaife-3tyt m . , f f TfviA. . rS?s 4 Sa St-'- M T - re ". , ., fc ?J K , a-j$t .s J 1. Z' fl 5 fis ?V - ' O". -V- IVEOCJXJIES is too busy unpacking and marking his mam moth winter stock just re ceived this week, to find time to ivrite up an adver tisement for this issue. Look out for this space next week, and in the meantime, if you want bargains go and ex amine his magnificent stock and see the unequaled low prices. - v )?,. 5 $ t--ih f h- "?'"' r tt- J i W LUMBER! LUHBERH AND All Kinds of Building Material. To those Contemplating Building : am daily receiving from my Pinery, in Wiscon sin, all the Lumber manufactured from said timber, which comes here assorted, thereby giving the purchaser the opportunity of getting tlie same class of material as he could in any m arket west of Chicago. the same class of lumber just as clieap as it is sold in Kansas City. Our B. C. and D. Stock is equal to any in the market, Chicago not excepted. Call and examine for yo...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 14 October 1881

-Zl&Pjg' THE IOLA EEGISTER. IOLA. - VaslUfced Srexy TrliMj . KANSAS. PERSONAL AJTD GEKESAL. CURRENT TOPICS. IHE NEWS IN BRIEF, President Arthur retorned to TTasbington on the evening of the 4th, and Secretary Blaine was to return on the fol lowing day. . THe defendants in the Star-route cases on the 4th entered a motion to quash v .orminn filed acrainst them. The Court took the matter under advisement. The Atlanta CottonExposition opened on the 6th with appropriate ceremonies. Owing to the railroad blockade many of the exhibits had not arrived, and in consequence the exhibition was in a very incomplete state. Goverob Hon notifies the Insur ance Commissioners of Pennsylvania he will not issue any more letters patent to mutual assessment insurance companies. As the Governor construes the law, the business is mot conducted legally. Although peace is under discussion fcy the representatives of Chili and the Pro visional Government, the commanders of the army of occupation and of 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. — 14 October 1881

'. THE IOLA REGISTER rabllahed Erery Friday. SOUL ... KANSAS. OUT WEST. "Under the forest, of Its snows unladen. And kisainc balt tho nerrous klta of snrlnK. I Bit and dream of courtly knight and maiden. And old-world pomp encompassing a king. Out of her wintry sleep the earth is waking. And birds and fintrera carol her reveille: -O'er East and West the common promise Dreading-, Breathes the nrst whisper of their holiday. "Without the mighty forms of things primeval iana ail untenanted or uusiom s rones; "Within, my mind shapes pictures mediaeval. With pencil fashioned forth in other globes. "The rugged miners share my board and pillow. And by the camo-nresinsr their lawless sone: But at a bound my thought o'errides the bil low, -And breasts the strong surf by a flight as strong. 'What do I here, araonir the wavinir Brasses. Which never learned to trim their graces wua? "While by my side Nature's rude army passes. Another world still claims me for her chi Id. In vain I ply the ax in...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 14 October 1881

y Kf T" '"SV ' iEf.f lfM Bogus Certificates. It is no vile drugged stuff, pretend ing to be made of wonderful foreign mutts t.n1.o rf artrl miffed 11 II bV long, bogus certificates of pretended miraculous cures, nuc a suuftw known valuable remedies, tbatfurnish We es its own cernncaes uv iia umt-o. refer to Hop Bitters, the purest best of me&iiAnese-Exchange. another column. am and See m-v.,. .., nffrnnr liver. A CTCat number Of tin. .Kaonapn to vrhich mankind are liable ar from a disordered condition of tfacorgan. Keep It In a sound and healthy condition and you can defy disease. Prickly Ash Bitters are espec ially adapted for this purpose, being composed fit drugs which act on the liver, giving It tone and strength to withstand malaria,. -- Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!! Are you disturbed at night and broken of your rest by a sick child suffering and crying with the excruciating pain of cutting teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle of Mrs. "Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will...

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. — 21 October 1881

Vf r .tvg- jzr - St - ,,- J i- rf. , adSs. REGISTER. TOL.XY. IOLA, ALLEN COTOTY, KANSAS. OCTOBER 21, 1881. NO. U TOLA Grocery Store Is the place to bay Com, 10 cent per Can. SALMON, 15 otp. per am. Esi BM Seed, 20 a. per ft. package. Choice Syrup Cheap. AU Idmda Cfeaatey Prodmoe 'Wasted, fcf-We 9McctfaUy nek a call iSh groceries at bottom figures. JJ-We 9McctfaUy nek a call from all Who J. W. EESTERSOB, Dealer, la STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, QUEEJiSWABE r AXD Country Froduoe. fJrPatronage solicited. Satisfaction guar qtead. Giv ruo a call. STRICKLAND & ROWN, rnoPKiKTOiui ' Feed & Sale Stable. (Opposite Commercial lintel) ZiSSSEl " Iola, Kansas. Knawlngthe growlnffdemanflsof ourflnurlRh InrattT, weRre1itrmliinl to inert them, ami am aasuiv the imhlic jreserally that arc pie $areU t furnish the bcot livery teams at reas enahls rates Special Attention gives to Transient Custom. . rS" OME AND 5EK TJ "CS m NUT HOT! ; Madison Avenue. Th.ayer & B-u.tch.or, Successors to J. W. S...

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. — 21 October 1881

(V ,i$m J Japanese Matting Makers. "The Chinese and Japanese, though -apparently much alike in oar eyes, are, Jk. reality, vastly more different than are Germans and Frenchmen. Tnis differ ejaoe is seen no only in blood, charac ter, language and dress, but in history, social customs and household habits. For instance, though the Chinese weave -miwnnlly millions of yards of matting, .4his fabric is not. as a rule, used to cover floors. These latter, in China, are fit -stone, brick, wood or earth. Matting is used rather for cloaks and bedding, -except among the higher classes, where . jfc may serve as-rugs or carpets. In Japan, however, the floors are uni--ersally hidden by the tatami, or bed ded mats. These are of regulation size throughout the empire, and in building i house the rooms are divided off so -as to hoid a certain number of these Bits of floor measure. A tatami is er--actly five ieet nine -inches long, three feet wide and two and a halt inches ithiclc or in round numbers ...

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. — 21 October 1881

r fzxtajr t "" " sr's-Vb iS-Kwiswrtsser si33fpwr,wt, VL Xsaaerg at Hash. Good manners, like charity, most begin St home." The knowledge of what is done and what is -not done by persons of refinement and cultivation, gives to its possessor the consciousness of feeling thoroughly at ease in whatever sphere he may happen Jo move, and causes him to be consid ered " well-bred" by all with whom he may come in contact. Good manners consist in a constant maintenance of self-respect, accompa nied fry attention and deference to other people; in correct language; gentle -tones of voice; ease and quietness in movements and action. They repress no gaiety or animation which keeps free of offense; they divert seriousness of an air of severity or pride. In conversation, good manners re strain the vehemence of personal or party feelings, and promote that versa tility which enables persons to converse readily with strangers, and take a pass Ing.interestjn any subject that may be addressed to them. To...

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. — 21 October 1881

Wrt T-' -. i--jS "Pv. IOLA REGISTER. itkwks: One year, in advance ...i WOO . 8ix mop&s, in advance, 100 Three rao4i9,,ia advance,...., v 58 &-Oar.&fcn The RxnuasaK. Ac ftdvertUnu iU niC lpLA UKftlSJ Ut met tvo the t&trtitmtntt in 'vor by ttatinf to aaverttfcneiu in OFFICIAL. PAPER- OP COUNTY. jFRIDA Y, OCTOBER 21, 1881. Republican Ticket. For Teasurer W. H. McCLURE. For Countv Clerk T. S. STOVER. For Sherifr -DAVH) WORST. For Register of Deeds J. S. FAST. For Kurvevor G. DeWITT. For Coroner A. J. FULTON. Announcements. TO TUB VOTERS OF AUJCK qOTOTy. (Irntlmm; I linrehv announce mvselfan In- . ,.. .- - -- . rt, . leouvce of anenn oi i county. Albert hodgsox dependent candiiaU; for the i Allen county. " Ai fo Oar f riepds. From a great many of our friends' during the past few months we have received compliments upon the Reg ister as a localpaper. Now, if every ,one who really thinks the paper de serves a good word wil recommend it to their neighbors who are not now tak...

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. — 21 October 1881

-v- m H a& I 1 "" . T8MTHIY PUBIS ill) MTHK! Being too busily engaged to arrange an advertisement, I take this oppor tunity to thank you for your past patronage, and solicit the same in tlie future. Believing that by making our interests mutual, as I have for the past two years, is the proper way of doing business. Taking every advantage of the Markets, as well as tlie Advertised prices of my competitors, I have been able to give you bargains, and the best quality goods at a very small profit, which, by quiek sales, has made for vie my business a success. 1 am now opening one of the best Selected Stocks I have ever brought to this market, and at prices on a great many articles lower than ever before. So come early and examine for yourselves. Remembering that . our motto is Quick Sales and Small Profits (with the modern improvement for cash.) J Look out for my advertisement next week." J. W. McCXURE. Tlie Following Prices AT- mWM & ESBBADGHS Will pay Uc for eggs and 22cforc7w...

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. — 21 October 1881

p-l SJ iff, , jO. 4 V s-r ,;;Jw.'Sv-..itto.Si"iE-Ji.'-3r-J THE IOLA REGISTER TalHsfce lay JrMay. IOLA. KANSAS. CURRENT TOPICS. THE NEWS IN BRIEF, ' Guiteau's counsel can find no law yer of prominence willing to undertake the defense of the assassin. The members of the Diplomatic Corps called in a body upon President Ar- thur, on the 13th, and were formally pre sented by Secretary Blaine. The Supreme Court of the United States convened at noon on the 10th with a bare quorum, consisting of Chief Justice "Waite and Associate Justices Miller, Brad ley, Harlan, "Woods and Matthews. There will besome ninety nomina tions for Postmasters sent to the Senate for confirmation during the special session. Of these about forty-five are Postmasters ap pointed by President Garfield after the ad journment of the Senate last summer. Parnell, the Irish'agitator, has been arrested on warrants signed by the Chief Secretary, Forster, charging him with in citing people to intimidate others from pay ing re...

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. — 21 October 1881

THE IOLA REGISTER. raklMMd Every Friday IOLA. - - - - KANSAS. NOT BEAD. Gere, at the sweetest hour of this sweet day. Here, in the calmest woodland haunt I know, .Benignant thoughts around thy memory play, And In my heart do pleasant fancies blow. Like flowers turned toward thee, radiant and aglow, Flushed by the light of times forever fled. Whose tender glory pales, but Is not dead I The warm South wind is like thy generous breath. Laden with gentle words of oordial cheer And every whispering left above me saith: " She whom thou dreamest so distant, hovers near: Her love it is which thrills the sunset air "With mystic motions from a time that's fled. Long past and gone in sooth, but ohl not dead!" The silvery murmur of cool brooks below, The soft, still clouds, that seem to muse on high- Love-notes of hidden birds that come and go, Making a sentient rapture of the sky All the rare season's peaceful ecstacy. Hints of pure joys of ours forever tied, Joys past, indeed, and yet they ar...

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. — 21 October 1881

f--ww'ys"- J, -xrr fr- v4iw '.a - '- 'ViiTi""' "Don't Khw Half Their Value." '.They cured me of Agne, Bilious ness andTQdney complaint, as recom mended. I had a half bottle left, which I used for tw4 little girls who - the doctors and neighbors said could not be cured! I would have lost both 'of them one night if I had not given them Hop oitters. It did them so much good I continued)) its use until they were curea. xoai is wny x say mmn An nnf Irnnw half t,h vain a nf "Hon vTJitters, and do not recommend th'em nigh enougn." u uocnester, ss. x. Bee another column. Take care of your liver. A great number of the diseases to -which mankind are liable arise from a disordered condition of the organ. Keep It In a sound and healthy condition and you can defy disease. Prickly Ash Bitters are espec ially adapted for this purpose, being composed of drugs which act on the liver, giving It. tone and strength to -withstand malaria. la Mothers 1 Mothers!! Mothers!!! Are you disturbed at night and ...

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. — 28 October 1881

jk ir v&kssz-" -mxvssi aasMwgjuajftggyg 5W!'t7r - - MMM 71 - . . . -y ( --r r-r-rr r l W-' 7 - - , . i 1 3 r J fc. i IOLA REGISTER. : ' r .an1 ' -.!- ., YOL.XV. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, OCTOBER 28, 1881. NO. 45 OUR ANNOUNCEMENT. tJ-OFUCUL PAPJtt Of UM.ES COCRTT.-CS OFFKIAL PIPE OF THE CJTJ.OF IOLA. Advertising Bates. space. ilw'Kswklmo.I3rao.6mo.ll y 1 inch f. inches..!. 3 inches.... if column... K column.. IcoUmn... woo; 2 00 2.V) 350 COO 10 00 $1.50 2 50 3 00 500 800 15 OJ $3 00 $5 00 4 00 7 50 6 00 10 00 8 50 12 00 13 00 25 00 25 00 40 .OP $7 50 10 00 15 00 20 (10 40 00 J65 00 Sas)Sriptio&ate. One copy one year $2.00 One copyix months..... .w Three months, 50 cents. Six 'weeks, 25 oents. hingle eppy, 5 cents. CHURCH DIRECTORY. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. , Corner of Jefferson Avenae and JRroadway St. Services every Sabbath at 11 a.m. sd 7:30 ii. m. Class meeting immediately after the morning ktoim. Kiiiiiinv School lit -9:30 a. til.. V . U. wt n all thoflu itnrvi(fl D. X. Sts...

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