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OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1875.
TO THE PUBLIC.
For ourown protection we hereby agree to fur-.wi.r!-r-i.rnnhiintlnn
for an v land mlver-
tiOTtof oy detcnptum, publi by ub, nwn
andEer tbedate hereof, untilrostsof such
advertising pa . jjjhJj.j, Vnum.
Allison & l"xniu3.
Publishers The Iola Btguler.
Dated reb'y.ieth, HOT.
The very best of East
ern maltes, none better,
all Juind made and war
ranted at as low prices
as any man sells them in
State of Kansas, at
NOTICE TO TE -CHERS.
There will be a public examination of
Teachers for Allen county, Kansas, on
Saturday the 27th day of November,
1875, in the school house at Iola. Lei
all who desire certificates attend. Ex
amination commences at 9 a. m.
J. E. Bbxan,
Co. Supt. Pub. Inst.
Ladies fy Misses, knit
and braided saques in
beautiful patterns at
The firm of Jno. Francis & C. pro
pose to dissolve their co-partnership and
tor that purpose they will ssll off their
their stock cheap for cash. All parties
indebted to them either by note or ac
count are requested to settle the same
by December 1st. 1875, otherwise the
same will be placed in the hands of an
agent for collection.
Jno. Fkaxcis & Co.
Hall's Patent Husking
Gloves, something that
every Farmer needs, to
be found only at
Bring in your game to the old Eureka
stand, one door south of Scott's, and get
the money for it.
C. A. Steele.
100 All Wool Gray
Blnnhets at $2. 00 pair
All persons indebted by note or book
account call and settle by the 1st of
December or the same will be put in the
bands of a Justice for collection.
A. YV. Beck.
See Ladies' White Me
rino Hose, 8 pair for $1,
8y"Mrs. Simpon has a large stock of
New Millinery Goods of all description-.,
embracing the Latest St les, which she
js selling at very low prices.
Pays Cash for Game at his XLCR
Sec Yates Cloth Face
Paper Collar. 15 c Box.
Cheap Notion', Toys, Groceries, Can
die, Fruits, Cigar. Pipes, Tobaccos,
Oranges, Lemons, Oysters, etc , at
C. A. Steele.
See Yates' 50 cent win
ter Cap for Boys.
Late Style Hats, Eelegaut Plumes and
Beautiful Flowers, cheap, at
To fill an order at the X L C R Store:
800 Dozen Prairie Chickens.
600 " Quails.
100 " Duck.
Two Doors North Hartman & Casmire's.
Chas D. Bbiggs.
25 c wool
CASH FOR CORN,
See Yates' $8.00 Boots
All persons indebted to us must make
settlement on or before the 20th of De
cember or their accounts will be placed
in other hands for collection.
Goreell & Robinson.
B93cott has just receued a new lot
that Fine .Cheap Flour.- Try it.
Chas. D. Briggs "Old Reliable"
keeps a fine and select stock of Foreign
and Domestic Fruits. Confectioneries,
Toys, Ac, Staple and Fancy Groceries;
Also, does a general Auction and Com
mission business. Two doors north of
Hartman & Casmire's.
. COUNTY BIBLE SOCIETY.
The Allen County Bible Society held
their annual meeting at the Baptist
Church in Iola, Nor. 21st. The qfflcen
elected for the ensuing rear are: Presi
dent, Dr. J. W. Scott ; "Vice-Presidents,
Pastors of the various Cb urches ; Secre
tary, D. Robinson ; Deputy, J. H. Van
nuys; Treasurer, Dr. V. 6. Hendricks.
D. Robinson,- Sec'y.
Old Mr. Lewis, living north of Tola
on the river, recently had- his bnue
burned. Mr. mud M.rs. Lewis were away
from home and some of their grand chil
dren living near by. went into their
house- and built a fire from which in
.ssac'way tbe building tvas accidentally
fired-and everything in the house ex
ceptin;: tbe bsd and rr-ddip;: from one
bed which one of the grand children ran
tr and nmilfyht nut Tva linmAji i
There was a slight snow fall in the
Northern part of the State last Sunday.
It W-rt "t.oo thin" for slcighjpg- -.
-Corn gathering is still the order of
.Beck has been buying lots of corn
The Odd Fellows'Thanksgivingball
was well attended.
Ellis & Co. continue to run their
hay press regularly.
Mr. Hardin, of Missouri, is visiting
friends in our county.
District Court adjourned last Satur
day until next Monday.
Some sleepy looking folks around
town last Friday morning.
Church socials in our town are
among the things that were.
F. W. Bartlett and lady, of Neosho
Falls, were in our city last Sunday.
Rev. J. E. Bryan will preach at the
Methodint church to morrow morning.
For cards, circulars, letter heads
etc., printed in good style, call at this
It was four o'clock last Friday
morning befors the dancers all left Odd
There were 8,827,810 pounds of but
ter and 1,240,610 pounds of cheese made
in Kansat last ear.
Remember that the first installment
of taxes must be paid on or belore the
20th of next month.
James Kelly has returned to Iola
and opened up a barber shop on east side
Mr. John Francis has been up to
Olathe this week on business connected
with the blind asylum.
A young boy took quite a fast ride
through town esterday by getting on a
horse without a bridle.
Quite a diUerence in the price of
cattle and stock hogs now compared
with this time last year.
Mrs. J. K. Boyd, who has been very
ill and whose recovery was thought
doubtful, is getting well.
Mrs. Jennie McAllister is visiting
with her father anil mother, Mr. ami
Mrs. McClure, in this city.
The public schools were dismissed
last Thursday that teachers ami pupils
might enjoy Thanksgiving.
Nothing definite has jet been done
in reference to having Allen county rep
resented at the Csntennial.
The County Superintendent will
hold an examination for teacher, to day,
at the school house in this city.
In the sptlliiig match between the
luln and Humboldt schools on the cit
ning of the 19th inst., Iola came out sec
Has the City Marshal examined, as
required by ordinance, thechimnejsand
flues iu the business and dwelling houses
in our town ?
The Odd Fellows gave a supper for
the dancers, and others, in the building
formerly occupied by the furniture store
lat Thursday night.
Dr. M. DeMoss, of this city was
married to Mrs. Blair, nt Independence,
Lust Monday cveuing by the Probate
Judge of Montgomery county.
If Peter Bell has received his com
mission as Judge for the unexpired term
he will doubtless preside at the District
Court in this city next week.
The newly elected Justices of the
Peace for this township, Messrs. Paxson
nnd Boyd, have "qualified" and entered
upon the duties of their offices.
There was rain enough fell last
Thursday to benefit the growing wheat,
but not enough to replenish the cisterns
that are getting so nearly empty.
Dr. John W. Scott, laud commis
sioner of the Leavenworth, Lawrence &
Galveston railroad, was shaking hands,
&c, in the city yesterday. Toj-ela Com
monvxalth. Selling milk has been found to be a
profitable business in this country, and
we are glad to learn that Mr. Cook lia
determined to put up u chee.e factor)
and buy all the milk ho can get.
The question of a herd law is being
agitated in several of the eastern coun
ties of the State, and the number favor
ing it is constantly on tbe increase.
What do the people of Allen county
think about it?
We understand that petitions are
being circulated for signers in favor of a
herd law for Allen county, and that
these petitions will be presented to the
new Board of Cumniissioneos some time
in January next.
In speaking of the persons in this
State who are giving especial attention
to the introduction of new, early qnd
late varieties of peaches, Prof. Gale says
that Mr. VanDeman, of this county, has
more than seventy new varieties which
he is testing.
The pastor, of the Presbyterian
churh preached an able and appropriate
sermon Thanksgiving day, but either on
account of the rain or because our peo
ple were not disposed to religiously ob
serve tbe day tbe congregation was not
, The attention of the ladies is espec
ially called ti the advertisement of Dc
moral's Zljnthly Atigizmc, to be fo'ind in
another c ntnn. Itjmakes a specialty
of fdrnUhingull size 1 patterns, fashion
illustrations, etc., etc, A beautiful large
chroma is given. to Qrcrr subscriber.
according to the census returns
Allen' connty has 2,025 horses; 3.960
cows and 9,750 other cattle ; 4,719 hogs ;
338 mules; 823 sheep, and 1,147 dogs.
Not shef-p enough to keep the dogs
another year if they had to depend on
mutton for a living.
It is time of year when people should
be thinking about subscribing for papers
and magazines. First renew your sub
scription for your county paper and then
read the prospectuses' published in this
paper and select such as you think will
best suit your wants.
W. C. Jones came near having a
first-class fire, one morning the first of
the week. The floor in the second storv
of his house caught fire from the stove'
pipe which passes through it, and but
for timely discovery and extinguishment
the building would soon have been iu
H. C. Munert, living in the South
ern part of the county, brought suit
against one of his neighbors, Geo. Het
tinger, charging him with poisoning his
dog. The verdict of the jury wasagainst
him, and instead of securing damages for
the loss of his dog he has, in all, oer
three hundred dollars costs to pay. Very
unprofitable business to go to law about
a dog especially where it is neither
blooded nor valuable.
Mr. Ireland is among the first in
town to get to his work these morning,
and last Wednesday he builded a tire
real early, and frum a defective flue
came near getting his tailoring establish
tueut burned out. He discovered the
fire, however, before it got much of a
start and secured a ladder and put itout,
had the flue repaired and rebuilded bis
fire and got to work by the time the
other business houses were opened.
Iola is to have a cheese factory. Mr.
Robert Cook has decided to put up a
factory in our city for the purpose of
making cheese. He has engaged a
cheese maker from Near York, vv ho has
had long rears of experience in the bus
iness in that State and who made cheese
our county lost season and convinced
our people that as good cheese could be
m.ide in Kansas & anywhere. The fac
tory will lc ready for operations early
in the spring, and Mr. Cook says that he
will be prepared to use the milk from
five hundred cons. That cheese making
ls a paving business in Kansas has been
fully demonstrated, and that this enter
prise wiil be a success no one who is ac
quainted vvjth Mr. Cook will have a
doubt. Furnishing milk to this factory
will be a profitable business to those who
havecous, and it is n matter worthy
The Paola Spirit is square out for the
A new water power mill is being piK
in operation at Ottawa.
A Labette county farmer is building
a crib to Ifold 15,000 bushels of corn.
Hon. V. H. Smallnood hasdisposedof
his interest in the Waterville Telegraph,
The Timet says there are at present one
hundred and twenty-six licensed liquor
shops in Leavenworth.
The corner stone of a new M. E. church
is to be laid with imposing ceremoies at
Cavvker City on the 25th.
The Arkansas Valley Agricultural
Soeiety lias been incorporated, with a
capital stock of $10,000 headquarters at
Miss Kate Wasser, sister of the editor
pf the Girard Pries, aud teacher in the
public school at Girard, died last Sunday
after an illne-s of two days.
Senator J. J. Ingalls and family arriv
ed in Washington Wednesday morning,
and have taken house 939, K street,
north west, as their residence for the
A western Kanas doctor furnished a
scalped soldier with a piece of buffalo
hide and made his head as good as new.
The only trouble with the hair is that it
"sheds" twice a year.
The Baxter Springs Republican defin
itely announces that Col. Uallowell.
member elect to the Hou-e of Represen
tatives from Cherokee, will hereafter
train with the Republican pirty.
Live hogs ... r
Dressed nog3 .... .... 8 ou
Mildicowa .. . . . SO . iw
Fatcatlle ... 1M(S,1M
Wliest, Les: 31 2-
Win-it. JIjJ l.-t - 1
Coru. . -iil
Oats "- -"-
Green Apples SI.OOSJIW
Turnips . 'c
Butter, 1st qualitt e
Butter, ill quality li',i e
Irish potatoes . -' c
Chickens, live, per dozen 2 oo
Dry Hint 10c
Hickory 3 00&3 50
Ohio Biver. 50
Saginaw.. ..... 2
ntOTI'lONS AT KIT AIL FLOLB
lol Mills, XXVA.per lOjlui 4 00
Iola Mills, XXX, 3 2j
Choice spring -
linihamHour 4 00
Corn meal per 100 pounds 1 00
salt port, per pound 16c
sugar cured hams ITc
Beit Bio, per pound S,Sc
second Kio per pound ) c
Imperial 301 W
Uuunowder - 1 iStol i ,
Japan 1 00
XXX .'. UKc
Sugar house molasses C5e0c
Golden Sjrup 1 00
New Orleans 1 00
Surgtram -.... 50c
Coal oil per gallon 30e
Stone ware per gallon iHK
Fmitjars, gUss, per djien 1 SOtaJ to
J. K.- BOYD,
JUSTUJE OF THE PK ACE. Oin- over Rich
ards & Cowan 'd grocery and prorbion store.
. , J AS. KELLY,
BABBE3. 8Iup east side Washington arenoe
Dnr door sontti of Worrell & ItoumsonM sb-ip
rioU, Kinsas.- fih.inicfIiir-Cat:IiigaEdSrj:-poonln;.
THE WEEKLY SUN.
1776. lBVy TtHK. 187.
Eeighteen hundred and eevent) -six is the Cen
tennial year. It is also the year in which, an
Opposition House or Itetiresentatites. the DM
siuce the war, will be in power at Washington;
uu iuc j ear oi we iirentT-imru election or a
President of the United s.ates. All or these
events are sure to be or great interest and impor
tance, especially the two Litter; aud all of tneiu
and e er) thing connected with them will be fully
and freshly reponed and expounded in Tie Sum.
'IheOppoMiiou House of Representatives, tak
ing up the line of inquiry opened, years ago by
TAeAun, will steruK and diligenUy investigate
the corruptions and misdeeds of Grant's admin
istration; aud will, it is to be hoped, lay the
foundation for a new and better period in our
national history. Of all this Thi Sua will con
tain complete and accurate accounts, furnishing
its readers with early and trustworthy informa
tion upon thee absorbing topic.
Tbe tnent) -third Presidential election, with
the preparations for it, will be memorable as
deciding upon Grant's aspirations for a third
term of power and plunder, and stiU more as
deciding who shall be the candidate or the party
oflEeform, and as electing that candidate. Con
cerning all tbeie subjects, those who read The Sun
will Im e the constant means of being thoroughly
'Ihe Weekly Sun, which has attained a circula
tion of over eighty thousand copies, aliemlj ha
its readers in every state and lerntory, and we
trust that the Jear ISTu will see their numbers
doubled. It will continue to be a thorough news
uir. All the general news or the day will lie
uuiid in it, condensed when unimportant, at full
length when of moment; and alwa s, we trust,
treated in a clear, interesting and instructive
It Is our aim to make the Weekly Sua the best
family newsiuper iu the world, and we shall
commune to give In Its colums a Urge amount of
miscellaneous reading, such as stories, tales,
iwenis, scientific intelligence and agricultural
information, for which we are not able to moke
room in our dally edition, the agricultural
deiartment esiwcUUy is one of its prominent
leatures. The fashions are also regular!) it-ported
in its columns; and so are tbe markets of ev er
The Weekly Sua, eight pages, fifty-six broad
columns is only 91 20 a fear, postage prepaid.
As this price barely repav s the cost or the piper,
no discouat can be made from this rate to clubs,
agents, pastBaa'ers, or anyone.
ITie Daily Sua, a 1 irge rbur-page newspaper of
tweutj -eight columns, gives all Ihe news for two
cents u copv. subscription, postage prepaid, 53c
h month or, .VI a year sundaj edition, extra,
1 Iiiierjear. Wehaie no traveling ageuts
Address, THE sUX, New York City.
PROSPECTUS FOR 1876.
The present proprietor of the Commonwealth
assumed control of the paper in March, ls75, and
liuff lias tbe pleasure of announcing that the pol
icy which has since gov erned him in his manage
ment has met the approval ot the public, as has
Ut-n evidenced by a steady increase in its sub
Sutislled with tbe results so far, he has the
nonor to announce thrit tbe vomieoniceaun win
continue to be the same "otilj more so."
In polities the Commontcealth will be
believing that the pic-erv an. in of the Republican
organization, aud the maintenance of Republican
Iiruiciples is necessary to beat back the Hosts ot
(uurbjiiisni on one hand, and of Agrarian fanat
icism on the other, 'ihe Commonwealth will
howev er, avoid the stupid mistake of louluund
tng the support of men with the support of prin
ciples, and fealty to principle with slaver to
lunv. The Commonwealth will not kuowiuglv
advocate tbe nomination or election of bad or
weak men to omce, wQtteTer may be their polit
ical professions, believinir that a cood cau.eis
alwa s best served by good men.
Tne linaucial quesliou U like! to be uppermost
during the coming ear, and tbe Commontcealth
desires to plate itself oil tbe uvord as in favoi ol
It will oppose any polirv teiutin to the restoration
of Hint unmitigated cur-e, tttc wildcat liinkmg
sstein, -ind whuh will lend to keep up in thi
Lountr two kinds of none, a b.i;erior and
inferior current. . It w ill lab ir iu beiialrof thai
-)sleiuof linaucial mnna,-e;iient which will nuke
the poor man's dollar wolth just one hundred
tents in gold.
Realizing tliat the chief vocation of anewiier
Is to TELL THE -NEW-,
the Conmoiu-ealth will avail it-ill of every re
source to keep the lie iple posted in reaard to
public events. In Us selection of news, the in
v ai iable rule will be
The denartmeuM of "State Itenw." "Kansas
Farimmr" and "Kansas Churches." embracing
the general, agricultural and religions iuttlligenie
of inc. sta'e, w ill be kept up. t'orre-ponde.ice
from all stiles wdl continue to lea prominent
feature. In the in liter of
the peneral idea of the pier will be to present to
the 1'opekau, who ma beabiootl, n daily picture
ol his tiame hverytluug that can be support J
to be of iufercst in a ' 'letter from home" will be
'lYtJ. LEGISLATIVE KEPOUTH
n ill, as heretofore, bca prominent feature. The
reports will not be emumliered b redundant
routine matter, but will give the cs-.te of all
ttut is said and done. Ihe sllabi of decisions of
tre -uprenie Court are published bv autbunt m
the Comtwnxceallh, as arcofflci.il notices ami pub
lications iromall Ihedepirtmeutsof tbo
The lorltlon of the li int-r enables it ta cive at
Ihe earliest moment all ooiciai lulelligetn-e, thus
furnishing tlaybv diy tbclnstor ol the workings
of Ihe diueient braucnes of the Slate liouerumeut
including the Supreme Court.
r.-pt-tui Hiieuiion is turccieu to ine ircrcy
Conmonictallh. A fortv column u ii er. with few
adiertt-ements and Cuntai-ni .ill the leading
matter that uppears in si issues of the dad .
Weeklv . three months, 50 cent''; si mouths,
$100; one ear, iiiil. It - nlw i stopd
w nen me tune lor vv men it is lain expires, uauy,
SI0 ..0 per ear.
cjieciiiiiii copies stu- nee upon application.
r . i . ii.vive.1.,
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in the must artistic manner. lirenliiiiraa irrav
of brillitnt stories, interesting corresimndence,
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and tbe only Reliable Fashions, from original
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Size of the Chromox. I; liv i. inches. The
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cellence, given as a premium to each early
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The Chromo l-l seat securely packed on a roller,
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"pSYCHOHANCY OK SOTJT.OHABX
L IN'G . " H.i w either ftx mav fascinate and
fain the love and aflectiona of anv ceram thev
choose instantly. Thisrsimple, mental acquire
ment all caa -possess, free, by mail, for a3c, to
Kther with a marriage flude, Egyptian Oracle,
ream. Hints to Ladies, Wedding-Night Shut,
Me. A queer book. Address T. W11.1 1 Ma & Co ,
VKOKTUNBroiT. Every family bny it. SoM
Hoy agents. Address, G S. Walker; Erie, '-'a.
20 More New Cassimere Suits
Mens Clothing, 810 each.
The Greatest Bargain in the country, come
and see them.
Also, New Invoice Youths and Boys
Clothing at equally Low Figures.
100 pounds warranted all wool Stocking
Yarn, at $1.00 pound.
10 More Cases Boston Boots and Shoes to amve
in few days. These goods are bought in the
East of Manufactures, where better work is se
cured, are Hand Made and Warranted;
New lot Canton Flannels at 12 l-2c yard.
Another Bale yard wide Brown Muslin at
10 cents a yard.
In stock, Ladies, Misses and Childrens Knit
and Braided Sacques, in latest designs and
Full assortment of Ladies, Misses Sf Gents
All at the lowest possible Cash prices, at
Yates' Qns Fries Casli Dry Qaadi louse,
Richards & Cowan
Wholes-de and Retail Dealers in
We keep a full assortment of BreadstuSs con
BoctvManil Graham Flour,
In all quantities, from a Barrel to a Car load.
WE PAY "'fST'cH.' Price
For all kinds of Country 1'roducc.
South Side Public Square, Iola, Kantat.
STew Meat affarrt.
Having purchated both the
On Maiimon A. enue, we will keep a (rood supply,
at 3Iaier's old stand, of all kinds of
And'Sell at Low Prices.
Give us a call when yon want meat and we guar
MB MID FOB HIDES,
A. A. & L. C. MUNOEB,
Successors to Richard Proctor and Adira Uaier.
J. E. IRELAND,
ASS DKJUXK t!t
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
CLOTHS & CASSIMEEES.
r-Cuttlns done and GOOD FITS guaranteed
when propctly made up.'Q
At the old corner of Jno. Francis & Co.
TOB WORK of great variety and. of
superior etvlc dono pmmpt I vnt the
rOfliee of Tnit Iola RroisTE.
TAKE THE NEWSPAPER
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THE LEAST MONEY!
Now in its eleventh year, claims tbe patronage
ot the public on ihe bro-d rund Uut
it is, emphatically ,
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER!
The price of subscription of both Daily an-I
Weekly ale mode so Ion as to brm tbeiu with
in the means of every man who can aiford to take
any kind of anev.apai.er and the news of the
day of nnuor importance Is so condensed as tj
embrace erents frum all points accessible by tele
graph or mad. Of all Important liapiening,'
local or general, thepaf.erwUl contain tull and
Republican in Politics, ,
as herctotoie, The Pott and Mail promise, to give
its best etTurts to the support of its party n the
coming Presidential Campaign, as neii as in
minor political corneal, and to tabor for the
Greatest W to tha Greatest Hunter.
The Billy Pott and Util L. for Its size, the
Cheapest enspaper in the West, and baa for
3 ears been pronuuet as tbe leading exponent ol
Cheap Jiiuruihoin. which means tj give the peo
ple the nens of the day at the lowest possible
dgure. Tbe paper is rurnisrcd to subscribers by
mail, postage prepaid, as follows:
Daily, per anuumJJ so I Daily, three monttutl .70
" aixmontus 4.10, " one month 6J
Making its Cost only Two Centa a Day t
OB LESS TH.VS"
HALF THE COST
OP OTHEE DAILIES.
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