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SATURDAY, FEBBUABY 8. 1877.
THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER
L. L. O. R. R. TIME-TABLE.
PASSENGER. 9:58 JL. M.
FREIGHT. 12:15 p. if.
PASSENGER. 5-.20 p. sc.
FREIGHT. .. 2:10 p. it.
THERE IS NO ARTICLE LIKE IT
TO CLEANSE AND RESTORE.
Wood's Impboved IIaib Restorative is un
like any other and has no equal. The Improved
la new regejable tonic properties; restore gray
balr to a glossy, natural color; restores faded,
dry, harsh and falling hair;; restores, drcMcs,
gves vigor to the hair; restore hair to preina
rely bsld heads; removes dandruff, humors,
scaly eruption; remove irritation, itching and
scaly drj ness. No article produces snch won
derful euects. Try it, call (or Wood's Improved
Hair Restorative, and don't he put off teith any
tker article. Sold by all druggists in this place
and dealers everywhere. Trade supplied at man
ufacturers' prices by C. A Cook ft Co. , Chicago,
aole agents for the United States and Canada,
and by all Wholesale Druggists . 10 :S6yrI
Missouri Gang Plow,
Complete, two 10 inch
plows, $I5 cash, at
King of Sulky Plows.
16 inch plow with Cas
tor Coulter $50.00. One
half cash, Balance Sept.
1st, 1877. at
Star Corn Planter.
Warranted equal to the
best, $50.00. One-half
June 1st, balance Sept.
1st, 1877. at
A man used just a little nf it and be
did not think it helped him. Another
man bought sir bottles of Bancroft's
Discovery for $3 and u-cd it as directed
and he was cured of the worst case of
Rheumatism. Go ye and do likewise.
Bancroft's Liver Pills speak for them,
selves. Give them a trial. John Fraueis
the popular druggist, has a full line of
Bancroft's Family Medicines.
Use Bancroft's Eye Salve.
BARGAINS AT i.. L. NORTHRUP'S
A fiue line of Shawls telling at a great
A tew sets of MuIIi at less than cost.
Very many different kinds of Goods at
less than cost.
All kinds of Goods at very low figures.
tSfCM and examine foasyourself.
BRUSHES ! BRUSHES ! ! 4
Large" aud comple'te assortment of
Brushes of.all kinds just received at
Go to Jno. Francis for yonr PAINTS.
He has the largest stock in Allen count
aud is selling at the Lowest Prices.
A 11 kiudsof DRIED FRUITS at
January thawed out.
Frost nearly out of the ground.
Good demand for cobs for fuel.
Wednesday was a bright May day.
Jollylimc at the festival last night
How the wood rolled in last Satur
day. Some new patients at the Mineral
Muddy walking the first of the
Sociables aud festivals attract the
The skating rink on Maiu street has
Silver coin is becoming more plenti
ful every day.
Last Saturday and Sunday were
John L. Brown was down to Cha
nute last week.
Some of the sidewalks have been re
paired this week.
There are 2,084 miles of railway in
the State of Kansas.
Business in the Justices courts has
been lively this week.
A lew "prairie schooners" were in
in town last Thursday.
Valentine's day approacheth and
lads and lassies rejoice.
The Black Hills editors use gold
nuggets aa paper weights.
Hartman & Casmire got in a car
load of nails last Saturday.
It is estimated that Kansas will have
1,000,000 population in 1880.
"Now is the winter of our discon
tent made glorious summer."
We dislike refusing to publish obit
uary poetry but don't ask us.
Yesterday was ground hog day and
the sun shone clear and warm.
-J. D. Simma shipped 97 head of fat
cattle to Kansas City last Monday.
The amount paid for insurance in
Kansas exceeds that paid for taxes.
The area of the State of Kansas is
61,318 suuare miles, or 52,043,520 acres.
Several stock men have been in our
town this week looking tor stock cattle.
Stevenson has a good stock of drugs
and sells cheap. Remember that lw
The streets were crowded with teams
and the stores with customers, last Sat
urday. Our merchants are cloejng out their
winter stocks to make room for new
The greediest man after a newspaper
is the one who is well able, and yet too
aean to subscribe.
prints, etc., cheaper than. else where. Call
and see at J. R. Youngs. lw
A few of the planks a the bridge
across the Neosho, west ot town, need
replacing with new ones.
Jno. Paxson married a couple but
Thursday bat they didn't want their
names pnbliihed this week.
J. D. Simma has purchased 130 head
of stock cattle, which he intends feeding
at his farm on Rock Creek.
T! nhmao nf Vwdnnift. former
County Attorney of Wilson County,
called on us last Wednesday,
Twenty-one pardons were granted.
and 14 sentences commuted, by Gor.
Osborn during the past year.
According to the State Auditor, the
Indian reservations within the State of
Kaubas embrace 3,467,040 acres.
Stevenson got back about ten dol
lars worth of the knick-knacks that had
been stolen from him, last week.
Remember that "puns" in this de
partment are paid for and don't get mad
because your name is not mentioned.
E. D. Wolf, out in Osage Township,
has bought 2.",000 bushels of corn which
he proposes feeding to stock. Business.
R. B. Stevenson intends putting in
a new lot of standard books in addition
to the fine stock he already has on hand.
Prof. Sofge went up to Kansas City
last Tuesday. The Professor has a class
at that place and will remain for some
Golden Syrup for 80 cents per gal
lon, and the finest Japan tea ever sold
in Iola for GO cents per pound, at Rich
ards & Cowan's. lw
Amedical paper says that "allspice
is a sovereign remedy for croup, cutting
the phlegm almost instantly, and induc
ing free breathing."
Our fanner friends are invited to
drop into The Register office, read over
the exchanges and give us the news from
Representative J. L. Arnold was in
town Thursday. He will remain during
the adjournment of the Legislature and
return to Topeka Monday.
The trials going on this week with
regard to the disturbing of church ser
vices across the river brought a large
number of larmers to town.
The festival given last night by the
ladies of the .M. E. Church for the pur
pose of paying off the indebtedness on
the parsonage was well attended.
How about the potatoes that were
buried last fall? We have heard it
said that the ground has frozen m deep
that a great many of them are spoiled.
If you want an interesting hook gie
your name to Win. Brown for 'The Life
ol Gen. Uuter," one of the best ub
-Krription books out. He is agent lor
In the case of Ja. Townend v.
Khodabargcr, for assault upon the plain
tifTs boy, tried before Justice Paxson
lat Monday, the jury found the defend
ant not guilty.
Jno. Howard, Sheriff of Miami
County, came down to Iola last Wednes
day, after the two horse thieves that
Sheriff Woodin brought in from the
southwest this week.
We have heretofore neglected to
mention that Mr. J. P. Boyd, of Iola, re
ceived a fifteen dollar diploma from the
Chanutc Fair Association, a few weeks
ago, for the best lot of hogs.
We learn from a letter received by
Dr. Hendricks, that May. H. Rogers, a
quaker lady, will hold a series of meet
ings at the Methodist church in this city
commencing next Sunday morning.
The hospitality of the Acers' House
at the Mineral well, were tendered to the
young folks last Tuesday night. Danc
ing was kept up until two o'clock, and a
real good time enjoyed by those present.
We want persons who witness or
hear of any event of local importance,
to give us the facts at their earliost con
venience. We want to make the -local
department of our paper full and relia
ble. Mr. Robt. Boake. of Lebanon, Ohio,
is out looking at the country with a view
of buying land. Mr. Boake is an old
banker at Lebanon, and we hope will
find it to his interest to locate in our
It's about time we had another war,
because the stock, of old army overcoats
is about exhausted, ond it wouldn't look
natural to see man coming into town on
load of wood without one of the regula
The new almanacs for 1877 gives the
phases of the sun and moon during the
whole year, and many other important
facts. But it does not give the length
of time a pile of wood will last when
thrown near the fence.
Some gentlemen from Brownsville,
Nebraska arrived at Iola last Thursday.
They desire going into the hotel business
and are looking for a location. They
will receive a hearty welcome if they
conlude to locate at Iola.
Read Mrs. Jas. Simpson's card in
to-day's paper. She has now on the way
one of the finest stocks of millinery and
fancy goods ever brought to Iola, which
she will sell very cheap. Call and see
at her store on west Madison avenue.
In the case of the State of Kansas vs.
Jas. Pees, tried before Justice Boyd last
Thursday, the jury brought in a verdict
of not guilty. Peter Bell for the State,
G.P. jStnith and Jno. Paxson for the
defendant. This case has caused consid
Dr. J. A. Hart returned last week
from a trip through the Math-western
part of the State, where he has beea sell
ing territory for the Hart & Scott wash
ing machine. He reports good success,
but that the weather was fearful for trav
A couple of gentlemen from Bufialo,
Wilson County, drove into Elm Creek
at the ford near Mr. Parsons south of
town last Monday, and as the water
was pretty high, they lost part of the
running gear of their wagon. The
horses were taken out safely, and not
much damage was done. It might hare
J. L. Woodin brought in a couple
of desperadoes from Wilson county the
first of the week. He got the warrant
from Miami county a few weeks ago
and last Saturday found out where his
birds were. Sunday he went down and
getting a posse together, went to their
house and arrested them. They were
Jno. W. Scott went up the road last
Wednesday to meet an excursiion party
from the East, and will present the in
ducements of this county to them. The
Doctor is agent for the sale of the L., L.
& G. Railroad lands in tnis county, and
will do his best to convince the excur
sionists that it is to their interest to
thoroughly examine Allen county.
A bill has been introduced into the
House of the Kansas State Legislature,
to amend the game law of last winter,
prohibiting the killing or netting of
quail at any time or under any circum
stances. It is said there is no effective
law on the subject at present, as the one
passed last winter inadvertantly omitted
the word "quail" in the penalizing sec
tion. A. G. Jones returned from his trip
through the south-western part of the
State last week. He is firmly of the
opinion that Allen is far ahead of any of
brag counties that are so much talked of,
and is satisfied that it is better than
any of those he passed through. He
spent two or three weeks traveling
around, and being a practical farmer,
his judgment is worth something.
Kansas is pre-eminently a healthy
State, because there are no stagnant
ponds, lakes or marshes, and in a very
few years, whenour fertile prairies are
brought,n'nder subjection, malarious dis-
ea-etfill, almo-it disappear which is
even now the case in upland prairie dis
tricts mm uot uumeuiaieiy contiguous to
water; and Kansas thus is one of the
moat healthful States in the Union.
Every little while we read of some
one who has stuck a rusty nail in his
foot or some other part of his person, and
lock-jaw has resulted therefrom. All
such wounds can be healed without any
fatal consequences following them. The
remedy is simple. It is only to smoke
such wouud, or any wound or bruise that
is inflamed, with burning wool or woolen
cloth. Twenty minutes in the smoke
will take the paiu out of the worst case
of in flam motion arising from any such
Web. Wilder, in the St. Joe Herald,
tells a truth that we would like to im
press on every one. He says, "political
letters, essays, and poetry we don't need.
We have a good pair of scissors aud can
cut better essays and poetry out of
papers and magazines than we expect to
get from correspondents." In the mat
ter of correspondence he wants, what
every paper does, "news," facts in regard
to your neighborhood, the crops, schools,
churches, courts, crimes, accidents, and
events in which the public take an
z There is one matter which should
be attended to by our business men, and
that is the placing of substantial sign
boards at the different road crossings in
this and the neighboring counties es
pecially those to the west and southwest
giving the distance to Iola via. the
free bridge across the Neosho. We have
been told by those who ought to know,
that after you leave the cross-roads west
of town, it is impossible to find a guide
board pointing towards Iola, while at
almost every available point you will
sign-boards put up by neighboring towns.
Can't something be done to remedy this?
Iola has the only free bridge across the
Neosho River in the county, and this
fact alone is a great inducement for per
sons living west and south-west of us to
come to Iola to trade; but it rival towns
are permitted to monopolize all the
advertising our merchants need not find
fault if they lose the trade that properly
belongs to this point.
The habit that a class of young fel
lows from 12 to 18 years of age have got
ten into of congregating together at
some convenient resort, and remaining
until late hours, carousing, joking,
swearing, and sometimes fighting has
been frequently remarked and deplored
of late by our citizens ; and the. arrest of
a young man for petty theft this week is
only a legitimate result. There has been
a city ordinance regulating this evil, and
we believe it is still in force; if not a
law should be passed and enforced, lead
ing to the suppression of this enrse.
Parents and guardians should see to it
that their sons are restrained from such
society and if their own authority is de
fied the arm of the law should be in
vokod to prevent them from frequenting
such resorts. Further, it is the duty of
our business men to keep this class out
of their stores; tbeir trade amounts to
nothing. We speak-plainly of this mat
ter for it calls for instant and radical
We want coal, wood anything that
has a market value in fact on subscrip
tion. Greenbacks preferred.
UP THE RIVER WEST SIDE.
jAHTJABr 31; 1877.
Every indication of spring.
The hoaey bees are on the wing,
The late-sown wheat is making ita
appearance in livid green ready for the
We think the grasshopper eggs are
in a perfect state of preservation.
The large barn of Mr. A. G. Jones,
(mentioned in your local some weeks ago,
is now completed with an additional
shed for sheep.
The public school at Union school
house is almost daily increasing in mem
bers, and of course in interest. County
Superintendent Root visited the school
last week, and was well-pleased with the
A. G. Jones has returned from a trip
to the southwest.
The Neosho River is on a small ben
der. The ice is not all gone at this date,
and the river is falling.
It's a popular delusion to suppose
that powder on a lady's face has the same
efiectasin the barrel of a gun assists
her in going off.
The following couplet is applicable
to some of the young men who bang
around church doors Sunday evenings:
'Tis sweet to wait, but oh 1 how bitter,
To wait for a gal and then not git her.
MRS. JAS. SIMPSON,
MILL1KERY AMD DRESSMAKING, Fancy
Goods, Etc., Iola, Kansas.
IOLA LODGE, NO. 38,
A t . x A. Masons meets on the first
and third Saturdays in every month
Brethren in good standing are invited
M. DeMOSS. W. M
J. X. Wnme. Scc'y.
IOLA LODGE, NO. 21,
I. O of Odd Fel
lows hold their regular
meetings ever Tues
day evening. In their
hall, next door north or the post office. isiting
brethren in good standing, are invited to attend
J. C. MUUUAY, X. U.
James Smrsox, Sec'y.
J. C. MUKKAT. J. 11. UlCUAHDS,
MURRAY & RICHARDS,
ATTJKXEVSAXI COUNSELORS AT LAW".
Money in sums from avw 00 to S.1,OtM 00
loaned on long time upon Improved Farms in
Allen, Anderson, Woodson, and Neosho coun
ties. G. P. SMITH.
A TTOHNKV AT LAW, Iola, Kansas.
Xa-ov er Mirtnriip's anx.
MlirXTY ATTORNEY, and Counsellor nt
I..IW, Iola, Kas. Office ot IhcOiirl House.
J. K. BOYD
rU-TICKOFTHK 1'KACE. Office oier Itith
I anls A Cowan's grocery ami provision More.
A. J. FULTON. M. D., L. C. P. S.,
OXT. CAXAOA, Gradunte JeOtr-ou Medical
College, Philadelphia. MeiiilieroftlieAliiinni
Association Jefferson College, Phjiiciau, Sur
Keon uud Accourlier. office and residence ocr
l!ecl.'a grain '"! fenl store, loll. Kansas.
M. DeMOSS, M. D.,
OFFICE mer Jno. Francis & Co 'a Drugstore
Kwiiliuw on Washington ui euue, 2nd door
Muth Seosho street.
DR. S. TOZEIt,
IOLA, IVANS .
TAILOIt. Iola, Kansas; can lie found at Yates'
xtore. Clothing made to grtler in the latest
and best Stjles. h.itis&ction guaranteed. Clean
ing and repairing done on short notice.
W. 11. Kiciiakds. W. A. U1KA.V
RICHARDS & COWAN,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL UKOCKKS
Iola, Kansas. nj lyr.
J. E. IRELAND,
AND DKAUCR IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
CLOTHS AND CASSIHERES
S3"Cutting done and GOOD FITS guaranteed
when propeilr made np.B
At the old corner of Jno. Francis dr Co.
Having recently purchased Mrs. Hutchinson's
BAKERY AND RESTA VRAXT,
I am now prepared to furnish
HEALS AT ALL HOURS.
I will also keep on band a full stock of
BREAD,' CAKES, PIES, CANDIES,
Cigars, Tobaccos, Etc.
N. F. LOOMIS,
OKE Dozen Stereoscopic Views of the Centen
nial Exhibition sent post-paid to any ad
dress on receipt of S3.00. Our variety includes
all the buildsngs, grounds, statuary and other
beautiful things exhibited. This company had
sole authority to use the Photographic Art within
the grounds and bindings of the Centennial Exhi
bition. Americans should secure so valuable a collec
tion of authentic pictures of the growth and
greatness of their own country.
Plesulmsc autd ProStaUe Preaeata.
Cartes de visite. 13 cents ; 5 x 8, 53 cts ; 8 x 10,
1.00 each. Catalogues sent for a 3 cent stamp.
For sale by all dealers and booksellers. Ad
dress, CENTENNIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC CO.,
(WUson ft Adams.) Philadelphia, Pa.
Studio on National Exhibition Grounds.
3-Acents wanted Everywhere. B3m.
$3.00 TOR $1.00.
EfAll the great weekly newspapers of the
sieeand character of THE CHICAGO LEDGER
charge tS.OO per year, while THE LEDGER costs
The LxDGxa is the BEST family Paper in the
TTnitfd States, ahlr edited, handsomely nrinted:
containing every week choice completed stories,
an installment of an interesting illustrated serial,
and general reading for old and young, for the
farmer, for the housewife, and for all classes.
Special care Is taken to make Its tone uniformly
chaste and moral. Sendf.1 and fifteen cents for
postage, sad your address to THE LEDGER,
Chicago, 111. 6w3
To the Worsdaar CUasv-We are prepared to
furnish all classes with constant employment at
home, the whole of the time, or for their spare
moments. Business new, light and profitable.
Persons or either sex easuy earn irora au cents to
S per evening, and a proportional sum by devo
tinsr thair whole time to the business. Bovsand
girls earn nearly as much as men . That all who
see this notice may send their address, and test
the business ws make this unparalleled offer: To
such as are not wall satisfied we will send ona
dollar to pay for the trouble of writing. Full
particulars, samples worth several dollars to
commence work on, and a copy of Home and
e irestae. one or me largesi ana oesi uiasiweu
Pnhlicitions. all sent free bv mail. Reader, if
yon want permanent, profltabU work, address,
ukorgk OTnisofr s. m., ronisnq. jwiw.
r 4 n in per day at borne. Samples worth si
Wall sssk uvauc UMUpiw wvaaasv
.STIssoxiCo., Portland. Maine,
10 . day at home-agents wanted. Outfit and
pl6 terms fret. TRUE stCO., Augusts, Maine.
CLOAKS ! CMS !
AT HALF PRIGE
ONE FINE BEAVER
CLOAK worth $15.00
reduced to $10.00.
ONE FINE BEAVER
CLOAK worth $12-00
reduced to $9.00-
0NE BEA VER CLOAK
Fur trimmed, worth
$9.00 reduced to $7.00.
LADIES WOOL KNIT
Jackets in handsome
shaded trimmings, re
duced from $1.50 to $1.
A JOB LOT
At 25 c. a pair, worth
50 and 75 cts.
We are offering bar
gains in all departments
don t fail to profit by
this opportunity to get
YATES? ONE PBfiE
DRY GOODS STORE.
C. B. KEITH,
mm mm emporium
Chickering & Sons
Mason & Hamlin
At as Low Prices and on as Easy
Terms as any other House in the West.
W9"We Guarantee all our GoodVto
GireMu a Call Before Baying Elsewhere.
C. B. KEITH, Agent,
IOLA, - - KAJTSAS.
i GENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE
FOR OCR NEW
CENTENNIAL FAULT BIBLE.
The bestand cheapest in the market. ISBOpMorUI
illustration, i.inerai commissions suuvrca.
terms and circulars write immediately to the
St. Louis Bible Pl-busiiiku Co.,
12:lvr .TO Locust ft., St. Lois, Mo
At comer Madison and Washington Avenue,
Is positively selling BETTER GOODS and more of them for LESS MONEY
than at any other Dry Goods establishment in Southern Kansas.
Xr Stock constat ofafaU line of
DRY 800DS AND NOTIONS
Which have been selected with great care. A handsome stock of QUEENb
WARE of the best brands. GLASSWARE in all varieties, which
I sell af unquestionably LOW PRICE8.
And LADIES SERGE GAITERS to suit the most fastidious
EATS AND CAPS FOR MEN AND BOYS,
In styles to suit the Professional Man, the Business Man, the Farmer,
the Mechanic and the Plow Boy.
aW Window Hollands, Paper 'Shade and Potion Curtain Futures constantly
on hand. Wall Paper in great variety. -t,
J. & P. Coats' and Clark's O. N. T. Spool Thread in all numbers,
story is not halftold. We will prove the tacts at the counter. -
Pianos & Organs.
Seeker Bros., Chickering,
Bnrdett, Geo. Woods, Esty, Taylor &
Farley, and oilier
I" Instruments sold on Installments and
Orders for Small Instruments, Sheet Muic and
Music Books carefully tilled.
Satisfaction guaranteed in eery particular.
Call on or address,
Mrs. Julia A. Whitney,
Music Teacher and Agent, Iula, Kansas.
Having recently purchased John McCoj s
BAKERY & RESTAURANT
I jm preiutn-d to lurnisu
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
ot the d.i , anil will also keep on hand a full
Bread, Cakes, Pies,
CANDIES, CIGABS, TOBACCO, &c.
Iteiuan old hand at the liminess will guaran
M. E. HAYS.
CHAMPION MEAT MARKET
South Side Madlton Avtuue,
WILL KEEP A GOOII hUI'l'I.Y OF
Fresh and Salt
ILVi: IE .A. T S 7
And Mil at Low Price
Cash Paid for Hides.
MUNGER & ELLIS.
W. L. BARTELS,
M iiiufsrturer aud Dealer in
Whips, Spars, Brashes, Carry Coils,
SHOE FINDINGS, &c
REPAIRING Done at ShortNotice.
Prompt attention given to all orders.
South Side Maditon Avenue, IOLA KANSAS.
K.J.Wlitii. M.O.RoBi.ssov. C. A Cozive.
WEM, ROBINSON & CO,
Stanuficturcrs all kinds
LIGHT AND HEAVY
Csrriages, Ituraes, Market, l'leasure and Farm
Wagons, Trotting Snlkeys, Skeleton Wagons.
Two hundred pound Track tiuggies, anderery
tliing 'u thut line made to order. All work n ar
rauted to be erfect in workmanship and mater
ial, lirpairing with neatness and dispatch and
at reasonable prices. Don't fail to examine our
material aud work before purchasing.
Sign, Ornamental and House-Fainting
done on short notice.
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY.
NORTH 8IRE PUBLIC SQUARE,
East of Court House, IOLA, KANSAS.
Zola Co - Oprativ
(At Scott's Corner, Washington Avenue.)
JAMES BURNS, Agent.
And all kinds of
And SEWING KACHXNZS.
'All Goods bought and soldor Cash.
A It B
L H. GORRELL,
Oypotite Poalojlcr, n'hinfkm .1ri0
IOLA, - - - - KANSAS.
Is merarcd to do BLACKSMrruiXG of all kinds.
Special attention giren to Hoasx SHoacfO.
SIRRING WAGON3 AND BUGGIES.
Made to order and warranted better than those
Onk Plows Mmda ts Ordtn-
and guaranteed strong ud durable. Repairing
of erery description done on short notice and
Waoox. Cakbiagx. Siav axd
Xfone wiia jntneai una uispsicn.
LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, NOTE
Heads, on standard paper. Plain and Otto
namental, neatly and cheaply printed at this
office. Call sad see speetas.
FARMERS and CITIZENS,
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST.
W. M. Hartman & Co,
Is the place to get your
Repairing and mending promptly done.
Maniif.u-turvr of all kinds or TIN'. SIIKKT
I ICON and COI'PKK WAUK.
West aisle rniblle Sqr" .
TOE ENEMY OF DISEASE!
TO MAN AND BEAST
Is The Grand Old
WHICH HAS STOOD THE TEST OF
THERE IS NO SORE IT WILL NOT
HEAL.NO LAMENESS IT WILLNOT
CURE, NO ACHE, NO PAIN, THAT
AFFLICTS THE HUMAN BODY, OR
THE BODY OF A HORSE OR OTHER
DOMESTIC ANIMAL, THAT DOES
NOT YIELD TO ITS MAGIC TOUCH.
A BOTTLE COSTING 25c.. 50c. or $1.0
HAS OFTEN SAVED THE LIFE OF
A HUMAN BEING. AND RESTORED
TO LIFE AND USEFULNESS MANY
A VALUABLE HORSE.
In the District Court of Alleu County, fltale of
The l'eoplei Savings Rank, Plaintiff,
VireirSi Olden, wife of William Olden.
and Robert K.Olden, beirs-at-law ofWil-
lum Olden, deceased, Defendants.
T'MIK aboTe-named defendants of naits uu-
1 known, will take notice that said plaintiff
did, on the 19th day of January, 1:57, file its pe
tition in the District Court of said County and
State against them, setting ftrtli that the said
defendant, Xarclssa Olden and the said William
Olden, deceased, gave a mortgage to plaintiff on
the west halt of the northeast quarter of section
twenty-four, township twenty-six, range sexen
tecn (HO acres) in bald Couuty of Allen, State of
Kansas, to secure the payment of Are hundred
dollars according to one certain promissory note
referred to in sjld mortgage, and executed by
said NarcLisa Olden and her husband, William
Olden, dru-ased; and praying that defendant
Narcissa Olden, may pay said sum with interest
amounting to 8'A'S.OO or that said premises may
be sold to par the same; and the said defendants
are notified that they are required to appear and
answer said petition on or before the stth day of
February, 1S77, otherwise said petition will be
taken as true and judgment rendered, tho nature
of which ill be a decree ordering said premises
to be sold and the proceeds applied to the pay
ment of the costs, -"o.oo attorneys fees, and toe
amount found due on said note, and decree
entered that each of the said defendants, and all
persons claiming under them be foreclosed of all
equity of redeinptiou or other interest in the said
1 In witness whereof I hare hereunto
seal I set my band and seal, this 10th day of
1 January, 1ST!. C. M. gLMPsON
Clerk District Court.'
Tiuc PEorus Sayi.ios Bask,
Mi-b-kay ft Richards,
Plaintiff's Attorneys. 4wS
State of Kansas, .
County of Allen,
In the District Court of the Tth Judicial District
within awl fur said County and State.
L. L. Northrup, Plaintiff,
Thomas MrCulIoch and Xaunic 1. Mc- (
Ilv rlrtue of an order of sale in the above enti
tled cause, issued out nf the District Court of the
injudicial District in and Tor Allen county,
Kansjs,.I will on
Tuesday. February 13th, A. D. 1877,
at 12 o'clock m. of said day at the front door of
me lyoun llone oi .nen coumy in ine ciiy Ol
Iola, Kansas, oCer for sale at public auction to
tlie highest and best bidiler for cash in hand, the
following described lands and tenements, to wit:
jotnum!jcrurei;j in diock numiier nay-one
(Ml in the Cilr of Iola. Allen County.
appraised at one hundred and serenty-flre Dollars-Said
land and tenements to be sold to satisfy
laid order of sale.
Sheriff's office, Iola, Kan.. January 14. 1ST.
jaw j. i.. nuuKu,
lfftiee r Final SettlCsaeat
The State or Kansas, J.
Allen County. ""
In the Probate Court in and for said county.
In the matterof the Estate off
Creditors and all other persons Interested in
the aforesaid estate, are hereby notified, that at
the next regular term of the Probate Court In aad
for raid County, to be begun and held st the court
room in Iola, County of Alien, State of arorsaaid,
on the first Monday in the month of April, A. D.
1S77, I shall apply to said court for s full and
final settlement of said Estate.
W. J. INGEBSOIX.
G. W. OGLESBY.
January ITtb, O. lgft. 4:w
Can't I made br ererr ascnt erery
I month in the business we furnish, bat
those willing to work can easily earn s
fous dollars a dar rbrht In tneir own
localities. HaTe no room to explain here. Bos.
loess pleasant sad honorable. Women, sod boys
and girls do as wall as mn Wr will furnish you
m mnnM, mMt fna. Tje business oars better
than anything else. We will bear expenses of
shonld write to ns snd learn all about the work st
once. Sow. la the time. Don't delay. Address)
irnEitiyO., ARgnsrs, jaatae.