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SATURDAY, APBIL 24, 1S75.
OFFICI AL PAPER OF COUNTY.
TO THE PUBLIC.
For our own protection we hereby asree to fur
nish no proofs or publication rorany hyal adrer-.-fisemeniof
any description, published by us, from
and after the dale hereof, until Uie costs of such
advertising is tiaid. W. T. McEuior,
, Putlithtr Humboldt Union.
Allisont & I'kmuns,
Pulluhert The lata Jtegittcr.
Dated FeVy. lDtb, 1STJ.
KussePs Early Corn, earlier than the
earliest, Oats, Flax Seed, Castor Beans,
and good stock of Garden Seeds at
Davis proposes to close out his entire
stock.at very low figures. Give him a
See Beck before you buy
Green House and Bedding Plants, a
large variety, at hard pan prices. Ad
dress Mrs. L. Everett, Garnett, Kan?.
All orders accompanied with the cash
will receive prompt and liberal attention.
First Class Two Year Old HEDGE
r. PLANTS at B. D. Allen's, at 1.50
First Class Two Year Old Apple Trees
$6.00 per Hundred.
First Class Three Year Old Apple
Trees $7.00 per hundred.
"Why don't you buy Flour
Persons knowing themselves, indebted
to Wm. Davis will please call and settle
accounts at once, and oblige.
Auction every Saturday at Eureka
Cheapest Flour in town
Groceries, Four and Feed, at
D. B. Allen's.
BSTCall on L. L. LOW when you
have property you wish sold at Auction.
Go to Allen's before you buy your
Call on "Old Reliable" at the Eureka
Store when you have property to dispose
of at Auction.
Cakes. Pies, Bread and lunch at
Geraniums, many varieties and all
fcizes, from 15 cents to $1 each.
Mrs. L. Everett,
CULTIVATORS AT ALLEN'S.
Fuchsias, Bigouia, L-intanas, Helio
tropes. Verbenas, Passion Vines Ivies,
Vincai, Double Petunias. Basket Plants
it) .great varieties, and others too numer
ous to mention, at five cents loner on
cash plant than the usual catalogue
prices. By mail, jwstage prepaid.
Mrs. L. Everett,
173 Garnett, Kans.
"Old Reliable" will lend you money
on goods from $100 to $500.
Allen still smiles at the old stand.
BStRemembei: that L L. LOW,
.Auctioneer. CRIES SALES in Allen
".and Adjoining CouNTiEs."lBa
"When you have property of any kind
that vou wish to depose of, Stock
Household and Kitchen l-urniture,
Farming Implements, Old Watches,
Ouns, &c., &c Leave them with I.
Havworth & Co., Eureka Store. "Old
Reliable" always.gets what your proper
ty is worth.
TO THE PUBLIC.
I desire to announce to my friends and
the traveling public that I have this day
assumed control of the Lclaud Hotel of
Uiis place. I will endeavor to make the
Laland a pleasant place for my patrons,
to the end that I may really deserve a lib
eral share of patronage from any desiring
hotel accommodations. Being very anx
ious to make this a first class hotel I de
sire the favorable co-operation of all.
B. D. ALLEN, Prop'r.
Iola, Kats., April 9th, 1875.
The roads continue jgood.
Tho grass is growing nicely.
The good work of planting
Drummers from the city are on the
The assessors will soon be making
their grand rounds.
Get out your fishing tackle and be
ready for the spring freshets.
The new City Council held their
first meeting last Monday evening.
Prospects were never better for an
abundant crop of fruits of all kind
The early cabbages have already
been harvested by the grasshoppers.
Will Yates, of Thayer, has been
visiting his father and mother in this
city this week.
A number of new roads are wanted
in the county. Sec "road notices" in
' County Sunday School Convention
on the 18th of May at Humboldt. Pro
Young grasshoppers are hatching
out by the million, and they arc very
partial to .early vegetation.
Mr. Wm. Evans, of Carlyle, has
gone to his old home near Frankliu,
Ind., to see his father who is' very ill.
- Ice cream will soon be in order and
Allen is fitting up the second story of
his restaurant in good style for this
Miss Ida Hammer,, who has been
living with Mrs. Buser, left here last
Wednesday for her home in Vandalia,
T Illinois. '
"' Trom all parts of the county comes
the report that farmers were never before
working with such energy as they are
tJiis spring: .
Persons wanting house plantsfhould
write to Mrs. L. Everett, Garnett, Kans.
Read her announcements among the lo
Mr. Garrison ha. abjut completed
his new cheese factory on Deer Creek
and will soon be ready for the manufac
ture of cheese.
We received a communication from
Geneva this weekon "The Reasons Why"
which, for want of space, we leave over
till next week.
"Old Reliable" C. D. Briggs-has
taken an interest in Haywortb'a con
fectionery store. The name of the firm
is now Hay worth & Co.
Allen has engaged Charley Steele to
attend to the office and general business
oftheLelaud and Charles has entered
upon his duties as "mine host."
Horse thieves around. One of Dr.
Hart's horses were stolen last Monday
night, and the thieves attempted to get
into a number of other stables in the
Mrs. J. N. White, in company with
her children started to Southern Mis
souri last Wednesday on a visit to her
father and mother. She will probably
spend the summer with them.
The Board of County Commissioners,
at their session on Thursday, appointed
W. C. Jones and C. P. Ives to assist the
Probate Judge in making the examina
tion of the County Teasury for the
second quarter, 1875.
M. A. Simpson, an old resident of
this county, and for a number of years
County Supt. Pub. Instruction, died at
his residence in Deer Creek township
Tuesday April 20th. Funeral services
were held at the Presbyterian Church
at 11 o'clock Thursday, Rev. James
Lewis, of Humboldt, officiating. Mr.
Simpson at the time of his death was
seventy-five years and one week old.
The County Clerk has furnished us
the report of the expenses of Allen county
in accoants as audited and allowed by
the County Commissioners at.their late
sessions, but on account of the large
number of "Road Notices" also furnished ,
for publication the "Report of Lxpedi
tures" is left over till next week. In the
report we see that the amount of county
orders not canceled is ouly $S7C 34. A
good showing for the comity.
FARMERS, WHAT IS OUR DUTY ?
Atrulv eraveand important question:
A question that not only demands our;
most careful consideration, liul a unit
Ol action, anu a ueierininauoii .,. I""
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pose, commensurate with the interestsat
stake. That duty is not only of vital
imp'irtance to ourselves and families at
. i e. :i:. ..
the present time but has
as to the status of generati
born. We are the custodian of their
rights, and iu a measure, of their welfare
and happiness. Can -we b:qucaili to
them that which we do not possess ? Do
we still possess that which we have sur
rendered to our enemies? To you,
r-,m ,rl, l.n;,iW tlin ! of all S.
dostriesVand therefore of all wealth, and
who, by means of your power and
t.nn..tl. nrtlltrnklN O rA nil"! lllnil tlflt. IlIllV
ILIU111(1 ' IIMIIHWO .v..w.-..w j
tirivilege of deciding whether our chil
dren shall bow their heads iu degraded
servility to tyrannical oppressions, or
whether they shall each take pesition
according to their merits. To you be
longs the .inauguration of a system by
means of which natural ability can be
fully developed. Can such ability be
properly developed in those who are
kept in ignorance? Can aught but ig
norance prevail among a class who are
deprived of the means of securing proper
While we are justly taseJ iu order lo
ailord means to build and support insti
tutions of learning we are unjustly de-
urived of the full uscof such institutions
in consequence of being kept iu poverty,
by the systematic robbery practiced
upon us by non-producing combinations.
Thus our enemies reaj the principal
bencfitof such institutions, and use such
advantago to our detriment. Then
what is our duty? As the industrial
classes desire and need peace, it requires
a long-cbutinued course of imposition to
fully arouse them ; but there is a limit
to such a course aud as tyrannical per
secutions recognize no limits the crisis is
rapidly approaching. That good old
motto: "United we stand, divided we
fall," is entirely applicable in our case.
An organized army is necessary to check
the aggressions of an organized army, so
organized labor is necessary to check the
present system of organized theft, and
on the efficiency of such organization
depends the chances of successful de
fence. As long as those interested stand
aloof, (from any cause whatever), so long
and in such a degree will success be de
layed or endangered. Then what is our
While there appears to be a unanimity
of sentiment among the Farmers' as to
the necessity of an orzanized plan of
operations, by means of which they cau
obtain and secure their just rights and
thereby place their families in the posi
tionwc feel they should occupy, yet
there appears to be some hesitation (on
the part of a few individuals) as to the
propriety of eflecting the object in view
through what is known as the Grange
movement. If such persons would sug
gest a more effectual or a less objection
able mode of bringing about the desired
object, their plans would be duly appre
ciated and no doubt adopted ; but fault
finders and sneerers are not apt to sug
gest practical plans : therefore, Farmers
who oppose'thc Grange movement must
naturally be .suspected of having more
to nmtrol the law luakinc powers, but ! " InP". ......
...... ., i . ,. :, i,,i. ... Whenever it is made maniteit mat
administration thereof, to you it belonge,
, ,, ., - thev arc the true prophets and therelure
to see that justice shall prevail over in- l"c; ", . '
. .. ,p , , . .,,i ,i, endowed with superior knowletlgp, wi
lusticc. To vou has Leen granted tlie , c
interest outside of the Graugj than in
side of it ; for now a ever self-preservation
is the first law of nature.
It is much to be regretted that some
individuals claiming ta bs ministers
of the Gospel have so far transcended
their spiritual duties as to assume to
dictate as to the management of tem
poral affairs, by attacking the Grangers,
with the intention of retarding its efforts
under the plea that it is a secret
society, and as such, is not conformable
to the laws of Christianity. For the
sake of Christianity ve regret that they
have assumed this position. The decline
of more than one church can be traced
directly to the assumption of temporal
power by the ministers thereof. We
concede that a society organized for a
secret purpose is questionable; but the
purpose of the Grange is not a secret.
It is organized for the known purpose Of
ameliorating the condition of the labor
ing classes, (the mass of mankind), and
enabling them to become better citizens.
It is composed of men and women of all
political creeds and of all religious de
nominations people who earn their
bread by the sweat of their brows peo
ple of character and its purpose is well
known to be the elevation of mankind,
by promulgating such principles as tend
to subdue the passions and harmonize
When destitution overtook the unfor
tunate of Nebraska and Kansas, then the
Grange was tested. Where is the Grange
that did not contribute to the relief of
the sufferers? Where is the Grange that
refused to aid the needy (when distribu
ting food and clothing) because ol their
not belonging to a Grange? When tlicl
Granges from South Carolina to Massa
chusetts sent aid to Kansas, they know
uo distinctive features. They know not
politics, or churches. They knew only
the needy and the Grangers of Kansas
(in the distribution) knows only the
needy. Can the would-be dictators say
tint such action is not conformable to
the laws of Christianity. If their dicta
tion is admissable in this case where
shall it end. Docs a ?.- tokens whereby
we may know our frien Is from our ene
mies, (whereby we miy prevent imposi
tion), constitute a se:..vt society? God
forl)! j ,
Whlle we respSCtfll.l" ask the aiU Ol
aliFir-ners, in the i-n. mornaiMit.hr""'- Btr.ca...raf...f. i.
we ask no abridgement -f any truly con- ROAD NO 1'ICE.
scientious scruples- on their part. To i.v.L. Arl, rnJ-l
il..,i -1w. l.n.Warf. uv. .i..:il. i.nlv M7. i
UiIX- IW lH.OUV ..w- -.,. -.... ---.
look well into this rii-t, and judc fur T.ic State of lCiaiu Mw:io3iitni:ycaccrn:
... "I Where t, amilio itin ltinlieea mule by petition
yoursell. .,, tnc ,ar,l of Cuitntv L'..umivi:.era.r fsiil
Who are thsy wh- would thus cn-itnuy, Or loutinj i cm y raid, .wallow.-,
, . .. o ' to--.vi:.
HtrhiiMi us. is to our il m?s as Luri-tians.' . com nta:in:.it oritur t!ie nrta-we: c.-mior
' Aru ihrv our trite friends? If so, why
ITU illl'Y IK1X llu incim-u o , "j
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do thev is!i us to rcniu
I ihiirjutlzracnl in maUvrs lnat jicr-
iaiiuiiwiuiivs.il ... i.- -,
i direct bcariu"'tal" ,0 mlr ni,rIuIv chare, st superior
rations yet un- '"" " thilt bo M '?
!,1..t rliitirvn,. nf fiirfrlii.r I tjirnfil 1 1 1 if 1
. , , , , I Ttie.vf.Kv, ott nix- hrejy n iti.ie.I tli.it sa.i.
Are their natural ati'I educational ieerj aal V.iricy.-r wm prju-ui on the ;tn
,.,.,. r - i it .... ..Itvufiti IsJiat U)'clrSa. in., at ll.e ilac.-
abilities k far in alvatu-o of the g.c.-U' .jjx..,,,,,!:,. 0r s.i rjtl. i view, Min ana
moral teachers uho preceded thorn, that Ji-riSef.ani
thev sec wwnz where others saw it not? i jmi tlie.i 1U0 a w.-.iiea nuoi.eitii i wiiii sua
,.,,... , , ' v.earers, siiiii?3ilL-.-ri1):ij: rtt.e;i.e m.ei on
Is their Chri-tianitv so pcrluct tli3lt.A.,.,.;ncluniilii.ii;,-e.4iif i.iii.ia:iju,our
incyaionc aw g..ieu ..,.. r-- u.
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' " interpreting the S.-riptures
; ... .rT, . C.: , , i ,
1I. a ... .tin lin i lirvnt nil-nil 1 1 llllfl.
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ne safely bow to their decisions.
Until Mich proof is presented to our
understanding, we cannot ignore, that
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nrsi aim siningrai, ui x-aiu.i. o .......
"Self preservation," nor the fact, that in
"Union there is Strength." Then:
Farmers, what is our duty?
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT
At the late meeting of the Presbytery
of Neosho, held at Fort Gibson, Indian
Territory, the following resolutions were
unanimously adopted :
Since the last stated meeting of the
prMhvterv of Neosho. Rev. John W Pink
i prion "has been remove 1 from our number
liv ilpnlli. therefore, resolved.
That we recognize in the event the
will of our Heavenly Father, to which
we bow in humble submission.
That we feel deeply the loss we have
sustained, iu that we can no more enjoy
the companionship and co-operation of
one so noble in Christian character, and
so zealous in the service of our Master.
That we find in his life as a Home
Missionary an example in charity, self
denial, and faith, which may well com
mand our emulation, and in his sudden
decease a solemn admonition to be also
ready, knowing not at what hour the
call may come for lis to depart.
That we sympathize deeply with hjs
bereaved wife", and the large circle of his
mourning friends, yet rejoice with them
in the assurance that our brother has
entered into his bright reward above.
That a copy of these resolutions be
forwarded to" Mrs. Pinkerton, and that
they bo published in Tun Iola Keg
ister. BIG INVENTION.
. , .
Lloyd, the famous map man, who
made all the maps for General Grant
and the Union army, certificates of
which he published, has just invented a
way of getting a relief plate from steel
so as to print Lloyd's Map of American
Continent showing from ocean to ocean
on one entire sheet of bank note paper
40x50 inches Iarge,.on a lightning press,
and' colored, sized and varnished so as to
stand washing and mailing, for 30 cents,
and plain for tourists 25 cents, or moun
ted with rollers ready for the wall, and
delivered postpaid anywhere in the
World, on receipt of 50 cents. This map
shows the whole United States and Ter
ritories in a group, from surveys to 1875,
with a million places on it. such as vil
lages, towns, cities, mountains, lakes,
rivers, streams, gold mines, railway sta
tions, etc. This map should be in every
house. Send price to Lloyd Map Com
pany, Philadelphia, and you will get a
copy by return inaiL
t , T. - . I
i Uiilll aim virtue, men aim men uuiv uw
Iola, April 19, 1S75.
The new Council met pursuant to the
call of tho Mayor. The Mayor, Council
men and Police Judge, subscribed to the
Usual oath of office. On motion N. F.
Acers was elected President of the Coun
cil. Minutes of the last previous meet
ing read and approved
The following standing committees
were then appointed by the Mayor:
Finance Wm. Richards, G. W. Apple,
N. F. Acers. Judiciary J. H. Rich
ards, C. M. Simpson G. W. Apple.
Streets and'AUeys G. W. Apple, Wm.
Richards, N. F. Acers. .Public Grounds
C. M. Simpson, J. H. Richards, G. W.
Apple. License N. F. Acers, G. W.
Apple, Wm. Richards.
The Mayor then madq tho following
appointments: For Treasurer, John
Francis; Street Commissioner, James
Simpson; Clerk, W. J. Sapp; all of
whom were duly confirmed by the
On motion the Council instructed the
Judiciary Committee to mature a plan,
to be presented to the Council at its
next meeting, purposing to tave the
city the expense connected with the
office of City Marshal.
The bills of Jacob Rower, L. J.
Rhoadcs, and J. Shoinon, and also the
official bond of J. K. Boyd were.then
read and on motion referred to the Fi
On motion the Council adjourned to
J. Shomon, Clerk.
LIST OF LETTERS,
Remaining in the post-office at Iola,
Kansas, April 25th, 1S75:
Anderson, Mary E
Bain & Ellsworth,
15atigh man, John
Day, Martin Z
Fude, Amanda E
Gibson, Miss Anna
llellcn, W M
Kerns, L 1)
Mitchell, W E
McLure T J
P.iterson, Chas. D
Smith, Walter C
S. J. Cowan, P. M.
It is useless to attempt to cleanse a
stn-im wliile the fountain is iintmre. DvMiepsia,
complaints of the liver or kidneys, eruption of
the skin, scrofula, Head actiea, a:ui an uurue
arising from impure Mood, are at once nmovtil
T.:., punter of the Ii!iiI ami ntmu'eror the
! V.1?.1 ', "'. I"'1 SS,
Aixt.n" Cossiv. i
;:iJ!l 1, l j AM r. naje r, :i 1 1 rn i inenre
,..,,t the aime town ul rt.ue, or at nesr the
.,vjl, on the suilljn ll.li! ua:nccn fccclion J .UIU
13. . ,. . , .. !,, J,,,,. (), sl,j j..
iin Ine is; ijuttitiljiitrc-tum line, or in rear
i . :..,. .. i.i i. 1 1. t!i.t f .. ttirt jtntti linf iiT I' 1
l Amt'Vhjren..T . K'lT.n. . V . LyttievM
,,, H j,1aidtllJT,CAt..Janl.j uv.v,:t iteuatj
"ZZKW&.t V if-VJ'i l'
!trn iiml 1H iTi n....l .....
r'a!)!!iciinn nrir.e ii.ne'iin oine.1.
, -V:!::eJJ lunl ut my o;U:e m t .U. in
mv ,!ili-e 111 1 til. Ill sa.tl
f'nnn!r. this 21t.lav of AlT.i A I. IsTa
ll. A. Xi.ril'IIAjI.
C ittuty Cterlc.
no .vn no r i Civ
S. M. Stn'ie Wo.J
I STATU OF KAS'-A
The Stale of ICine i to wiioni A m iv cincera:
Wherea, n'.ijillcitin-i lias lies inaile byicii
ti'i 1 to the l; Kinl of Cjaaty (J r. ii'i-uioiie.-s of
saul c.nntv, for Ijca.In J a c ,u lty r aa.1 as f l!o s
U.i.ii-iie.ieinr at tie snulii-out comer of t-tinn.i.n'wrtiiT-l'ir
( ) iutvTnili'iiiiiiiil-er
tiTtatj -the (.'-) s ;..trjneatL-i.Lerteul (.0) K.
sn I rjinin r t-ieuw north alon!r sivli n liues m
Iir.ersi'CiinB u.e ,.ii a&.uiinii iii-i.iikmui iuaii
,.,..,..,,!,,. aortlie.st lanier of fcion num
ber firee (1) same tnuinuipani raiieas n.iiiieu
abjve, tfcea iuteroectnu IBe rl sojtt ajd lull
A.i'l Wiien-H, Ad tai II iiualruili, John Spawr
intlli. II. ll'.con virjtw, of jiil cauuty hue
ueea otdcreJ bv sai.i Cit;aty Cuuiiiissio-aei's to
view a.m ljcile sa Iroi I.
Tacrcfaie, J oil are lieriby nitiuei tint Raid
;ie .vers ami surveyor will i.rjcoel, on Uie 25th
davofMiy, lST'iat IOo'cIocLa. m., atttaeil.iic
.- of iwiiiuintr ofsaid roul to :ew. and locate s ltd
road, and iienorm wliauoeveroti.er amies us are
required ol Ttliem bylaw; and uule-sjou then lilea
written anplieitiau Willi il ie.ver, Rivm.ra
description of the iirv.iiijc oa which you cluin
ilimaReiorrvnjieiiitijn, yojr ai,ilica:io.i fjr
the Mini will 1 li irre I
V:tnci lnv lutnl at nivolliie in Iola, in said
aat, this 21st d iv or April A. I. Is.'.l.
ii a m:kduam,
IT Z-x Cjunlv Clerk.
STATE Ol' KANSAS )
Corxrv of Allen. J 3-
In the District Court 7th tidirial District fitting
in unit for sai 1 cotinly in.d State.
Williau K. Patis, ifcorgc lailanillnia Da
vis, partners as W. K. Davis A Co., plainlitTs,
vs. Silas I. Mauler, James C Normand .Morti
mer Norton, iiartuerj :m Stanber, Norton A. Co.,
Thjinas E. Hirriinttnn, 31 iry K. 11 irrington,
James C. NorvU aud Mary N irrij, ilefeidant..
BY virlitcofun order of sale to meilireetedand
issued out or the 7th Judicial li-trict Court
in and far Allen county, Kansas, in ll.e above
entitled rau:c, I will on
Tuesday, May 25th, A. D., 1S73,
at 10 o'clock" u. m. ofsaid dry, at the fnmt door
of the court hone of Allen county, in the city of
Iola, Kaii".n, o3er for sale at puHlc auction to
themfihet and bett bidder for ca-'i in hand the
follow injr described laud and tenements, to-vvit:
Commencing at n lioiut nineteen (19) c hum and
ninelv -eiirht and one-half f '.) links smith of lite
irjr:!i-vcit corner 'f the north-cast qntrter of
section .ii, iowni:ip2 soutn ol range is, tnence
vi et thirteen (11) ciuln? and hcventy-nme (7P)
links, to the middle of the Neiaho river, theace
dovv n rhe middle of aid rive,- to a point on the
quarter section linesmtliof the punt of liepu
nin;r, thence north four (I) cluiav and enenty
flie (73) link.- to the place of lie -'innini?, contain
ing tlirce and twenty bnndivltlH (t.2J) teres,
mare or let. inclu lia; all bnil.lins aud machin
ery thereon situitcl, all in Allin enmity, Kans.
aid lands and tenement? to be sold to eatisfv
isiiucmicr oi saic. utven unaerriy nanu ni ini
office in the citv of ioii thb sm iUv or April,
s lid order of sale. Utren under ny hand at lny
J. L. WOODIX.
KhcritT Allen county, Kansas.
GORRELL & ROBINSON
(0oi Ike Potloffm, lljuhington avenue,)
Are prepared to do IJlacks::itiiixo" of all
LiuiH. jjccial attention given to
SPUING WAUOXS AND I'.BGGIES
Made to order and warranted better than those
Grab Plows Made toIOrder
And guaranteed strons and durable. Impairing
of every description .lone on short notice, and
Wacos, CfiaiACE, Sifi-c and
done with neatness and dispatch.
jTJ- The above Ann want aid they want thofe
indebted to tliein to piy up
A Large and Very Complete
Spring lk Staple i
Is now being received from
Boston and Philadelphia
THE GASH DRY GOODS MAN.
Jeans, Casimercs, Suitings, Cottonades in the
most beautiful Casimere styles, Mens Cheviot
Skirtings, Boys ChecJis and Stripes, Plain and
Checked Nankeens, Blue, Brown and Drab Duclis,
Bed Tickings, Russian Crash, Linen Damask,
Table Linens, Breakfast and Dinner Napkins,
Bleached Muslins, Domestic Ginghams f Cham
braySj Tow-els, Poplin Lustres, Alpaca Lustres,
Cord Alpacas, Mohair Suitings, Cram Stripes,
Fine Black Alpaccas, Ladies Gents and Childrens
Cotton Hose Ladies Lisle Gloves, Mens and Boys
Suspenders, Borages, Tissues, Hamburgh Edges,
Spring Shawls, llufflings, Gents' Underwear, White
Shirts, Collars, Ties, $c,
Are now coming in, and arc to be sold for Cash,
AS LOW as any man can sell, in the business.
I know that I am selling Goods as low as any
man in Allen county,
Don't forget that you
of Casimere Clothes $10.
3 Yards Good heavy
Besides many other bargains that will contine
lo be offered during the season, at
Yates' One Peice
Gash Dry Goods House, Iola.
I will not be
BY ANY ONE,?
And all thofe wWiimrtopurcha-iS
ill fc.nbri:: interne a call. TZi3&p
C. E8. KKITIf.
Established 1D. KvrAnnsiiEn M
I.. aU KOSTHBDP,
IOLA, - - - - KANSAS.
Sealer la Foreign and Domostlo
rassar tickets fumisbeil from all parts of
Europe to this and all other point in the Lm'.cd
Interest Allowed on Time Deposits as
C dlectious made and remitted protrptly.
District School Eonds Wasted.
Q- Jl'anth Office for He Amfr'.ean .uiiruarr
hu Br; Mi
and intend to continue
can buy a complete suit
Jeans for 1. 00.
First Door North of tlie
-n 'r-'. . , '11 i 'mmffimtnf
Iw I Stevenson
J. Cleaver rf a.
State o? Kansas, 1
Allen County. J83
The State of Kansas to whom it may
Whereas, application has been made
by petition to tue Board of County Com
missioners of baid county, for locating a
county road, as follows, to-wit:
Commencing at or near the south
shore of the ISeosho river where the said
river crosses the cast line of the south
east qr. of sec 8, town 25, range 18, and
run tnence south to the south cast corner"
of the above described quarer section ;
thence east one-half mile to the south
east corner of the south-west qr. of sec
, town 25, range 18; thence south to
tue road laid out from Iola to Hum
boldt, intersecting said road where it
leaves the line between the north-east
and north-west quarters of sec 10, town
25, range 18, and bears north-east.
And whereas, II. II. Hayward, John
Graham and John Elliot viewers, ofsaid
county, have been ordered by said County
Commissioners to view and locate said
Therefore, vou are hereby notified that
said viewers will proceed, on the 24th
day of May 1675 at 10 o'clock a. in., at
the place of iieginning oi sain roau, 10
view, and locate said road, and perform
whatsoever other duties as are required
of them by law ; aud unless you then file
a written application nith said viewers,
giving a description of the premises on
which you claim uamages or compensa
tion, your application lor the same will
Witness my hand at my office in lolo,
in said couutv, this 21st day of April A.
D. 1875. " II. A. NEEDHAM.
NEW YORK TRIBUNE.
"Tiit Leading Aaeriean Krtrtpaper."
the best ADVEanaiwa .l'DIUK.
Daily $10 a year. Semi-W-, S3. Weekly 32.
Jj-t'ostage Free to the Snbseriber. Si-erimea
copies anil ailvertieinp rates free. Weekly, in
c'ubsorsoorinore, only $1, postage paiil. Ad
dress Tub TRir.cMc, X. V. 3yrl
Unnufjclurcr of and Dealer In
Keeps a Pull Supply
Of everything found in a
FIRST-CLASS HARNESS SHDP.
All Work Warranted.
A general assortment of
South tide Madison Arenur, Tola, A.
Richards & Cowan
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
We keep a full assortment of nreadituSii .eon
Bnciwheat anft GratoEonr,
AT WHOLESALE PRICES.
In ail nuantiliu, from a Ilarrel to a Car-load.
WE PAY " "'dSSg rri"'
For all kinds of Country Produce.
Smith Side Public Square, Ma, Kama.
FARMERS and CITIZENS,
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST.
W. M. Hartman & Co.
Is the place to get your
Repairing and mending promptly done.
Manufacturer of all kinds of T1X, STIEET
IRON and COPPKR WABK.
West die raklle Kaare.