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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 4 April 1879

-. M i (1 I g THE IOLA REGISTER. 1 ' i a t u v VOLUME XIII. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, APRIL 4, 1879. NUMBER 15. ti r i- i' 17 fu I!' r ' CURRENT EVENTS. The Democratic Caucus Committees of the Senate and House, at a joint meeting held on the 25th, reached a final agreement concerning both the general nature and precise form of their recommendations for political legisla tion daring the present session of Con gress. They will recommend that the repeal of the law authorizing the pres ence of troops at the polls be effected by incorporating in the Army Appro priation bill a copy of the clause agreed to by the House of Representatives last session: that the jurors' test oath be likewise simply abolished by the insertionof the repealing clause in the Legislative, Ex ecutive and Judicial Appropriation bill; and that the provisions then incorporat ed by the House in the same bill, amendatory of the law in regard to the mode of impaneling jurors, be sub stantially rcadoptcd by the dominan...

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. — 4 April 1879

-g-,M .Jtyi V --Si" "--. V -"- trt:-f,,fc VW3 THE REGISTER OFf ICIAI. PAPER OP COOTCTY. H. A. P3BKIN3, Editor. TEUMS : One year, In advance $2 00 Six Klomln. in advance Three months in advance 30 FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1879. A terrible famine is prevailing in the Valley of the Nile. The city election in Chicago showed strong Socialistic gains. Over 300,000 copies of Senator Chand ler's speech on Jcft. Davis have been or dered printed. The Topeka l Commonwealth has been designated as the official State paper. This is as it should be. The Senate has confirmed the appoint ment of Francis A. Walker as Superin tendent of the Census. Ex-Governor Seymour is spoken of as a candidate for Governor of New York with a view of bringing him out for the Presidency in 1S80. Col. John A. Martin has been unani mously nominated for Mayor of Atchi son. His administration will be a credit to that thriving and beautiful city. It has been determined by the execu tive committee of the Kansas State Temp erance as...

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. — 4 April 1879

iV"T5!)"'! 'TK'vm-ftMU tjpwmmmi vwjiw ' HW,V, ,JfZKST-rzsr?---'-' "rmaxtT&mf "V. -"?- iS 7 TO-MORROW ! , 100 Corsets at 2n cts. 200 pairs white cotton Hose, 5 cts. 150 pairs extra white Cotton Hose, 10 cents. 100 Beautiful Ruclies at 5 and 10 cents. i Great Bargains in ev ery department, at YATES' CLOSING OUT STORE The ladies of Allen county will find the nic est line of goods usually found in a millinery store at Mrs, Jos. Simp son's, Iola Kansas. All the latest styles in hats, plumes, feathers, etc. Cutting and fitting at reasonable prices. THE REGISTER. FRIDAY. APRIL 4, 1879. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER L. L. & G. R. R. TIME-TABLE. GOING NORTH. PASSENGER 11:23 A. M. FREIGHT 2:22 r. M. GOINU SOUTH. PASSENGER 5:07 P. M. FREIGHT 2:22 r. M. Close connection made at Kansas City, and through tickets for sale to all East ern points. J. E. LOCKWOOD, Gen. Ticket Agent. R. 8. Aykes, Local Agt. PRESBYTERIAN. - - Corner Madison avenue and Western street. I'reachinit "ervioe everj sabba...

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. — 4 April 1879

tw-agaa -i- saaROiascs3ECBEac5a. raKc - TIE IOLA REGISTER. IOT.A, KANSAS GENERAL BREVITIES. A pig upon the farm of Mrs. Tuthill, near Howells. Conn., which has been allowed JU ran in a field with cows, has been discovered drawing milk from mem. J.ne snore supply of milk given by some of the cattle was thus account ed for. The physicians of North Adams, Mass., attribute the sudden death of Miss Leonard, who dropped dead in that town a few days since, to the drying up of her blood from her habit of catin large quantities of cloves every day. The School Board of Des Moinrs. Iowa, has prohibited rope-skipping by the pupils of the public schools on th'p school-grounds, on the plea of danger to health and life, a young girl bavin" lost her life by over-exertion in that sport. The new Indiana came law prohib its parties from going on to the lands uf others without the consent of the own ers, tor the purpose of hunting, and fixes a heavy penalty for the injury of property whilehuntingupon t...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 11 April 1879

.ij'lJj.;!liJ(.?1jjw.i,. PfmwaM wyp ' .WWW- &lJilpyiUl WW l ",IL IJI' :wm$B&Mi THE IOLA REGISTER. VOLUME XIII. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, APRIL 11, 1879. NUMBER 16. :v5a6a!FBMuiiB;i'x"' CURRENT EVENTS. $,--y Jefferson Davis, in a recent interview, is reported as 'saying: "The war ol the rebellion was one of those things which was sure to come in the progress of events and in the solving of great problems of government upon this con tinent. He accepted the arbitrament of the sword. He was very hopeful of the future of the country. The only disturbing elements to be discerned now were the efforts of the extremists upon both sides to keep alive the animosities and hatred of the past. H Congress would pursue a mod erate course and attend to its legitimate duties of general legislation for the good of the whole country, all great social and industrial questions, which were now a source of so much contention, would soon settle themselves, and the country be at peace." An attempt ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 11 April 1879

- . p-w taari(Sf - dTClsf . - ,. viri&. ?- -.:. jv ' Vpri7 &.'- 5"Ar. JP5EI" ,-rv t .iPp ?,. A T iT ftSBT OOTXITY, Statistics and History of Allen County, taken from the First Biennial Reporjt of the Kau-a.1 State Board of Agriculture, for 1877-8: T"e.firtf-cttleiiient3injthe county xoy-,. xvarjy in mat-Tcar a. u. rarsons ana B. w. Cowden settled in what is now ju town-hip. James Parsons, Jesse Parsons, and James Par&ons, Jr., settled in Deer Creek TowiIiin about the same time. Durinir th snmn sn minor H IT. ja v want ilje town of Cofacmque was started in the summer of 1855, by Danii-I Woodson, Charles Paasmorc, J. S. Barbee, and otlicrs. Geneva wa started in 18.17, by Mer ritt, .Woore,.B. S. G. Stone, G. Xorthrup, and others. The town of Humboldt was organized in the same year bv Ifartman, Scarle, Signor, Coflev, and others ; and the town of Tola, January 1st, 1859, by J. 0. Clark, H. J). Parson, J. W. Scott, and others. 1'lie fim school house was built at .''man store,...

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. — 11 April 1879

-tl KJM!!t-W9Jlr,'P( m TO-MOKRO W ! 100 Corsets at 2 cts. 200 pairs white cotton Hose, 5 cts. 150 pairs extra wliite Cotton Hose, 10 cents. 100 Beautiful RucJies at 5 and 10 cents. ' Great Bargains in ev ery department, at YATES7 CLOSING 0 UT STORE The long spell of dry weather was broken by a splendid raiu last Tuesday. Bad colds and lung diseases have been almost epidemic in character this spring. TERRIBLE FALL. We refer of course to the fall of paints and oils at Stevenson's drug store. His price list reads: Colliers strictly pure white IpbH. SHOO ner Owt T.infteed oil. Many of the peach trees were winter pure, 80 cents per gallon. A.H. Uolden TJie ladies of Allen county will find the nic est Vine of goods usually found in a millinery store at Mrs. Jos. Simv son's, Iola Kansas All tlie latest styles in hats, plumes, feathers, etc. Cutting and fitting at reasonable prices. THE REGISTER. FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1879. frilled anA thft nivMinAj tnw rAnUi la! -..... ..... MV .Wi3SV W. mWWf....

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 11 April 1879

T ffgfiJHJl QV-J mrm TATi TirnTOTPD famUy, one of the veiy highest inti THE IOLA EEGISTERJ mate with theQucen-and hereaway IOLA, r KANSAS. HER BLUE-EYED BOY. ' Mv bov. my boy, my blue-eyed boy, For thee I sieli. for thee I weep. When others tread tho mazy dance. Or smile In happy dreams and sleep. Torn from these lovinjt arms away. By those who recked not tear or prayer. Ere thou couIdstspcaUthymothertname, My tiny bud, my babelet fair. " My boy, my boy, my blue-eyed boy. Could I within thy bright eyes gaze. Or have an hour to kiss thee in, Twonld light up many weary days. But thou art far away from roe; Between us Ocean's billows beat, And I can but thy picture kiss. My fairy rose, my babelet sweet." An Miss Isabella Spooner finished reading these ver es and proceeded to cat them out of the paper they bad graced, wih a pair of scissors that in company with a bunch of keys hung from her generous girdle, a murmur of. ad miration and sympathy arose from her audience. This audience con...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 18 April 1879

THE IOLA REGISTER. NUMBER 17. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, APRIL 18, 1879. VOLUME XIII. it ALL TRADES OURS. BUT " The parson says the lawyer lies; To please the flock, the parson tries." so rays tne miner; oui in vain You'll look for any honest man Excepting me, myself, sir. " The merchant sells but worthless wares; The Judge pricks np his eager ears. Ah I dink, ah. gold I and all in vain You'll look for any honest man Excepting me, myself, sir. " The doctor empties, first, your purse; Cures one disease, and sows a w orse. Ah, lackaday! 'Tls all in vain Yon'll look for any honest man Excepting me, myself, sir. " And worse, the student cheats his friends By night he sprees, and idly spends Ills morning hours. You see 'tis vain To look for any honest msn Excepting me, myself, sir. "Land-agents got the poor" . . . Just then Uld Faddy Fllnn came rushing in With, " Where's my whate. you rascal thafe? You've stolen my whate, you miserable taaiel You've taken the grist and left the toll. An...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 18 April 1879

mmzsamsmmmmmmmsi WaTatfWI'l I IIM ii IT" r THE REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER. OF COUNTY. H. A. PEBKINS, Editor. Cue vear. ii advance, Si months, in advance, Three month'. In advanej., $2 00 1 DO FRIDAY, AlWIL 18, 1S79 The Ottawa Republican Im donned a new dress and looks as bright as a new flolhrafour dads Maj T. C Boks Superintendent of the Deaf and Dumb Afejlum it Olathe, died at that place a feu davs igo Hudson SL Ewm, of the Kansas Farm er, propose starting an evening liopubli ran piper it lopeka It is to be called the Capital, and the first number will ap- peai on the 21st int Captain Hibbetts, ofChetopa, has been commissioned CapUin of the patrol guard, which Governor St. John la or gani7ing, under the late law passed bv he Legislature, instructing him to ex pend $20,000 to protect the frontier etc The Auditor of State has just forward od to Washington a hat of 225,000 acres of mdpninity school lands lhe claim of Kansas lor the sixth and thirtv sith scctious in Indian reservations i...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 18 April 1879

i very THE REGISTER. FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1879. THBTOFFICIAX. COUNTY PAPER c fc. L. O. R. R. TIME-TABLE. t GOQIG UOBTH. PASSENGER -. 11:23 A. M. FREIGHT. 2:22 P. jr. oovsa SOUTH. PASSENGER. 5:07 P7M. FREIGHT. 2:22 p. m. CIom connection made at Kansas City, aai through tickets for sale to all East era poiaU. J. E. LOCKWOOD, " Gen. Ticket Agent. R. S. ATMS, Local Agt. ' PRESBYTERIAN. Icener Hadison avenue and Western itreet. Praachias; aerrioe every Sabbath morning at 11 o'clock. Saboath School at 9:45 a. m. Prayer aaettinr every Wednesday evening. If yon aTa'talitof tbe prayer meeting- topics, ask tk leader for on. Strangers are welcome to all the services. eT. MILLEB, Pastor. BAPTIST. Oa Syeaswre Street. 6errices on first and sec- omi Sabbath of each month. Sabbath School very Sunday afternoon at 3 P. M. Prayer METHODIST EPISPOCAL Coiner of Jefferson aTenue and Broadway St. Service every Sabbath at 10 to Uii a. m. Sab bath School from 114 to ISAf. Class meeting ftomS r. M. to 4. Preach...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 18 April 1879

kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk THE IOLA KEGISTER. IOLA, t KANSAS. HIS STRANGE INFATUATION. Far Lick, in the days when good-natured Queen Anne lolled comfortably on her throne, and a generation of wits and geniuses strutted about tinder huge peri wigsadornments mightily out of place with the wisdom they muffled a cer tain doctor of antique mold was living in London, and waiting philosophically for the fame and reputation which had looked at him through future's vista fifty years ago. Now, in truth, Doctor Bone, as he was called, was no quack; but his nature refused to conform itself to the dictates of fashion and patronage, and consequently the general public had always regarded -him through the wrong end of life's telescope, whereby his per son and skill had appeared of indifferent make. Thus for SO years or more he had trudged his weary journey, proving himself of infinite value to the needy, and acknowledging uncomplainingly the propriety of his fate, but with a pride that showed hi...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 25 April 1879

r t-ffiE Brf rtNjgi ii pw --- THE TOLA" REGISTER. ,ftvjbm ! i-3tf- VOLUME XIII. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, APRIL 25, 1879. NUMBER 18. yi-p5 CURRENT EVENTS. ""The following list of Representatives of the present Congress whose seats are to be contested, together with the names of. contestants, was furnished by Clerk Adams and submitted by Speaker Ran dall to the House : Sixth Massachusetts District Benton against Loring. Twentieth Pennsylvania District Curtin against Yocum. First North Carolina Yates against Mar tin. Second North Carolina O'Hara against Kitchen. Second South Carolina Mackey against O'Conner. Fourth Alabama Haralson against Shel ley. Third Louisiana Herbert against Acklin. Third Louisiana Merchant against Ack lin. Second Arkansas Bradley against Stem ons. Second Florida Bisbee against Hull. Third Minnesota Donnelly against Wash burne. State of Oregon McDowell against Wbite aker. The Mexican Congress convened at the City of Mexico on the 1st. Presi dent Diaz in his me...

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. — 25 April 1879

-TR " . - ivi - w : " -. "-- " WWPBW "aMtlaf i'w ait' i 1 1 1 A. ... -----wfcteifo!y?.vw. .1. inmnnMjQnm JP.-s.rfI)- i-.Jj- -sJ'ir.-tf-,BS --. .. wr. - THE REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUMTT. H.A.PEBEINS, - - - : Editor. TEIIMS : One jear, in advance, SK months. In advance, TUn-e months, in 'advance,... Si 00 1 00 J. C. AVoodin is out as a candidate for sheriff, subject to the Republican cou vention. Dunn. We liave heretofore heard of J. L. Woodin and J D. Sims being candidates before the Republican convention but who is J. C. Woodin and where does he live? FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1879. Eureka, Nevada, was visited by a $1, 000,000 fire last Tuesday. Senator Ingalis has introduced a bill in the Senate providing for the relief of the negro refugees. Political probabilities by the Washing ton Republican. On or about the 2Gth of April, jook out for a veto. Nearly two hundred Dunlctrds, or Ger man Baptists have recently settled in Dickinson count near Abilene. They bring with them their Bishop,...

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. — 25 April 1879

K '.. THE IOLA REGISTER-Supplement FOX. XTJJ. J0ZX KANSAS, APRIL 25, 1879. jYO. 18. fe aic a. if' iW . 3t ei3 0 lit. I. lb ) if t i oan latf reel rka FARMERS and CITIZENS, LOOK TO YO UB INTEREST. Hartman & Casmire, b the place to get your HARDWIRE, CUTLERY, and good Cools. Stoves BUSINESS LOCALS. Genuine New Orleans Syrup at Bell & Richards's, cheap. ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO ELLIS & GRaY FOR MEAT PLEAsE CALL AND SETTLE. The good citizens of Carl vie and Deer Creek will hnd it to their interest to call upon J. W. Baughman at Carlyle for Flows and Cultivators and rencc Wire. APSO, AGENTS FOR THE NEW BUCKEYE TABLE-RAKE and Mower, BEST IN THE WORLD, Repairing'and mending promptly done. Manufacturers of all kinds Tflf. SHEET IRON, AND COPPER WARE South Side Public Square, TOLA, - KANSAS. aCall at the old meat market for your meat. Plenty of the best alwavs on band, cheap as usual. Kr.i.rs & Gray. Wooden and Willow Ware at Bell & Richards's. Cheap, don't you forget it. ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 25 April 1879

ft1- -'- T a Statement of Expenditures. The following is a list of accounts audited and allowed by the Board of County Commissioners at the regular April session, 1879: April 7th. J B Yonng, service as county treasan.r,$.'Q6 30 V G Allison, indexing Probate records... 100 00 Frank Root, service as bujit. Pub. In.-t,.. 123 47 G leWitt. assisting examination of teach ers 9 00 T S Stover, salary as county clerk :2sS W) J 111 sung, coal lor county 7 69 do sundry goods jor count j 5 J5 V G Allison, examination ot county treasury ... J 00 oilLtraon ISros.', rapt of iioor as luiu 251 Us H A Perkins, printing and advertising . . 18 25 do do do do . 17 .i0 do do do do JH 55 do do do do 10 00 do do do do .. . It M A J Fulton, medical attendance at jHior asylum .. 15 00 A J Fulton, medical attendance on poor, tola township 10 00 It li Stevenson, sundry goods for count) . 14 U5 Joseph Pike, keeping insane liiuiier ... 45 O'J L L Low, transcript of records from Dist. Court 1"00 Jas Bums, taking ...

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. — 25 April 1879

: I'tHOHiC h B -' THE REGISTER. FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1879. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER L. L. & G. R. R. TIME-TABLE. GOING NOBTH. PA8SENGER 11:23 A. M. FREIGHT. 2:22 p. it GOXNU SOUTH. PASSENGER. &07 p. m. FREIGHT. 2:22 P. M. Close connection nude at Kansas Citj, aa tnroagn tickets for sale to all East era points. J. . LOCK WOOD, Gen. Ticket Agent S. 8. Ayrks, Local Agt Bed buds blooming. . Bird cages at Stevenson's. Spring trade is reported good. School pic nics are bow is order. Pat in a good big waUrsseloa crop. Old papers for sale at half a cent each. What has become of that base ball club? Elegant toilet soaps 5 cents a cake at Scetfs. PBESBYTEEIAN. Corner Madison avenne and Western street. Preaching anviee eTery Sabbath morals at 11 'dock. Sabaath School at 9:43 a. m. Prayer Meting every Wednesday evening. If yon haven't a list of the prayer meeting topics, aak tha leader for one. Strangers are welcome to all tfcase services. K. . MILLER, Paator. BAPTIST. On Sycamore Street....

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. — 25 April 1879

THE IOLA REGISTER. - A- fc.- ; IOA, KANSAS. GENERAL BREVITIES. Boston has appropriated $10,000 for the celebration of the coming Fourth of duly. The debt of New York City is now set down at $115,125,292, showing an increase of 800,114 in the'month of March. An English paper says: "In every relation of life the apathetic woman is a most objectionable person, infinitely more trying than her excessively nerv ous sister." An original daguerrotype of John Howard Payne, author of "Home, Sweet Home," taken in. Washingtonin 1850, is on exhibition in a Boston art store. , The Rev. J. W. Cole has been shut out of his Methodist pulpit in Charle- monty-Mass , because he disciplined hi' wife with a horsewhip when she refused toliearfaimpreachr, ', The residence' of ex-Governor "Shep herd of "Washington, recently rented by Senator Cameron at SC.000 a vear, is said, tolxj the in'ost elegantly (f ornished private noose at tne uapitai, The latcMmBvBonaparte hacLmany eccentichies.',fihel fever idoTOd...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 2 May 1879

ZZL THE IOLA REGISTER. fcfe v v- VOLUME XIII. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, MAY 2, 1879. NUMBER 19. attot W w'agti..tA OURRENT EVENTS. - The decision of Secretary Schorz re- .-siuuiK me iana grant oi tne union Fa- I v?-0. ailroad Das been reversed by the maining unsold at the expiration of two years were forfeited to the Government ' The Snpreme Court, however, holds otherwise, and by its decision confirms the title of the compiny to 12,000,000 acres of land. This land will now be thrown open to settlers on the same terms as formerly. Hjy decent change in the directory of tthe'Wabrah Railway, Jay Gould sue icecds-to the control of the road. As a icomeuenceit is said arrangements are J to to made forthwith for the opening of ;auew line- between Hannibal and Kan-,-sas City via the Missouri, Kansas and Texas to Moberly, and thence over the . bt. Louis, Kansas City and Northern. A large advance in Kansas Pacific se curities is noted as the result of the above movements. The convention of ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 2 May 1879

THE REGISTER OrriCIAI. PAPER OF COUNTY. H.A.P3E2INS, .... Editor. ti:kjis : One year, in advance, .. $2 00 Six: months, in advance 1 CO Three months, in advance, 50 FRIDAY, MAY 2, lS7i. A canning factory is to be started at Atchison in a short time. The first warrant under the arrears of pension act was drawn April 22d. The Coffey ville Journal has finally bit at one of Beattv's organ advertisements. David Davis is mentioned as a candi date for the Democratic nomination jn 1S30. Kansas has 2CG,575 persons of school age, an increase of 33,700 in the past year. The City authorities of I'aola have an ordinance against cowa running at large at night. Last Sfiturday was the sixtieth anni versary of Odd Fellowship in the United fitaUs. It has been something over a week since they murdered a Judge down in Kentucky. Our exchanges from all parts of the Skate are filled with rejoicings over the .copious rain. Only 133S bills were introduced into Congress in one day. That's not bad for an extr...

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