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IOLA. ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, FRIDAY MAY 31,1889.
L. L. Northrup,
ESTABLISHED IN 1869.
Individual Responsibility Larger than any Bank
in Southern Kansas.
Druggist and B
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L. L IfORTHRUP,
JOHN H. VANHUYS,
A General Banking Business Transacted
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
Dealer in Foreign andDomcstic Exchange Collection made at all accessible
points and proceeds remitted on day of payment.
LIBERAL DISCOUNTS GIVEN TO CUSTOMERS.
Loans Made and Negotiated on Improved Farms.
JS. A. BARBER,
First National Bank,
Capital - - $60,000.
IS THII FZid: to S3U "3"TTZS
And SILVERWARE of all kinds,
and to get your repairing done.
W. H. RICHARDS.
JC. A. Barber, W. B. Glover, J.
C. F. Hutcbinga, Harry Bragg,
B. Charles, J.
Geo. C. Barber.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
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1 ' JILLEH COUNTY CITY AND FARM PROPERTY FOR SALE
Agent for the sale of Hie Ft. Smith & Little Rock R. R.
Co's. Lands, in the Arkansas Yallcy, Ark.
ALSO ACENT FOR THE
UIB3 OF THE FLORIDA SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY, FLORIDA COMMERCIAL COMPANY, AND
ST. JOHHS & EUSTIS R. R. COMPANY.
Comprising 3,000,000 Acres.
solicits "sroxnt pateonaqe.
I. S. WELCH.
"WEABYIN' FOB YOU.
Jest s-wearyln' for yon.
All the time a feeliti' bine;
Wlshln'for yon. womlerlu' when
Itcstlees don't enow what to do,
Jest a-weary In for you
Keep a-mopln' day by diy;
Dull In eerj body's wij.
Kcilks they smile an' .ub alonf
Womleriu' hat on earth Is wrnnjr,
It wouldn't help tlirm If they knew
Jest a weary In' for you,
Hoom'n o lonesome wlthont yonr chair
Empty by the fireplace there;
Jest can't stand the slht of it;
Go out doors an' roam a bit,
l!nt the woods Is lonesome, too,
Jest a wearyln' for yon.
Come the wind Itli soft caress
T.Ike the rustlln' of yonr dress;
lllossoms ratlin' to the eiound
Sortly, like your footstep sound;
Violets like j our eyes so blue
Jest a wearyln for you.
Mornln" come. The birds awake
(Used to sing so for your sake) .
But there's s idnes in the notes
That conies thrillln' from their throats!
Seem to feel yonr absence too.
Jest a wearyiu' for yon
Krenln' falla. I mUi yon more
When the dark gloom's in the door;
Seems Jest like you ortor be
There to open It for me
Latch coes tinkliu' thrills me through
Sets me wearyln' for jou,
'esta wearyln' for yon!
All the time a reel In' bluet
Wishln' for yon. wonderln' when
You'll bo comin' home agn.
Ittstless don't know what to do
Jest a wearyln' for yon.
F. L. Stanton.
The Regis rmi acknowledges witb
tbauks the fjllowiug ylcasaut utuntiou
by Hou. Jacob Stotler, tbo veteran ed
itor of the VeIlhirtonL.-css:
We are glad to agalu get tbo Iola
Reqistki: with tbenatueofouryoumr
friend Charley Sctt at the masthead
B8 editor. Iln linn nurnhnspil ;iiul nrui.
solid.ited with it the old Couranl and
now there A hut nn RpiimIiIii- in rumor
III XUltl It Will l)f .1 fiuti! nnp nc Air
Scott t3 known as one of the ablest of
our -tS.nn.Kas editors. Tito Rkoisteb
will certainly have a marked success.
Editor GiiAitiiKY Scott, of the
loll Ri:OI3TEIt. Frank P. Mrr.pnmn
of the State Journal and the editor of
the .Lawrence Tribune, whoso name
GEN. FISK'S POSITION .
Tho Register was sharply callad
to task a ehort time since for "lying"
about the position of Gen. Fisk on tbo
third party question. Wo hope that
thoe who were so eager to take offenca
at what we said will read carefully the
loiiowiug tuner, addressed to tho New
York Witness by Geu. Fisk himself:
I doly lycd yonr favor of tho
-Gtli i u!t. It waited my return from a
brief absence. I am sorry there
should be any delay iu the reply, but
you havedoubtlta nntlnorl l.i ....i
papers my denial of the soft itnrieaclr
ment. I am still nrrrim, t. i.r
bition banner from tho highest sum
mit lean climb, but I, with many
" wnfiqn iinrvia I iiiiij chii fiiiiiri
tVDllntmrlrnn.tr lt,t. r......wl !.. I ntliafa ,.... l.l..t. s . .'. .j
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tV. Wo .1.1 nr.r .vial, lr .. I. ...,.! Irttlrj r.. X r .. 6lellr
The President of the United States
did not go fishing yesterday.
ty. We do not wish Ir. tn ! im,ior
ntood that wc oopose such a combina
tion It is all right All three are
capabl newspaper mei and gentle
men of high character and their am
bition to lnvo each other is altogether
proper. Burlingame Chronicle.
The society leferred to is not a close
corporation by any means and tho last
sentence in the above paragraph shows
that lite genial editor of tho Chronicle
isamplyqualitled for membership. We
trust his application will be forthcoming.
Kansas has 259,737 more acres of
oats this year than last. And she I
about259,737 times betteroffin several
SICSikRDB & WELCH,
FLOUR AND FEED.
SO UTE SIDE SQ UdRE, IOLA, KANSAS.
TSSr All goods delivered free of charge. "zgJi
fonwar.juj atw auAjmaaaa
S. C. IRVING.
Livery, Feed, Sale and Breeding Stable.
Good. 3BIgrs and. Cl-ccd. Drivers.
Special Attention Given to Commercial Trade.
Sovutlx Street, - IOLA, KT-A.nSTS,
The Oskaloosa Independent now
prints post offlce notices free of charge.
It is a great saving sometimes for the
editor to be postmaster.
Woodson county, whose court
hou?o is tho worst in tho world except
the one at Ft. Scott, refused last week
by a vote of four to one to appropriate
inoni'y to build a new one.
It skems that the Qreely Ifews has
announced its intention of downing
Senator Iugalls and Congressman
Funston. There is a tradition that
wiieu flie animals were coming down
out of the ark tho red ant tried to
crow d the elephant off the gang-plgul.
MoCANN 8s MONTGOMERY,
(Successors to Smith & Cole.)
M Estate, Loan d Insurance ipts,
Bargains i?i Farm and City Property! Money
' to loan at Lowest Possible Bates.
OffE DOOR EAST OF GILLIHAN'S DRUG STORE.
3 S. 2--3TZlsr,
REAL ESTATE A GEM.
10,000 Acres of Land
At prices ranging from $15 00 to $50.00 per acre (owing to Improvements)
Id tracts of 160 to C40 acres; all good soil ; some splendid stock farm with abundance of water ;
all within three mile of Moran (with two railroads) and within 39 miles of Fort Scott Sugar
WrkJ. Money to loan on real estate.
Lands shown Freo of Charge.
OFFICE AT CITY BANK ,MOEAN, KANSAS.
-"We have "been doing "business in Allen
county for over Twenty Years, and if
the climate agrees with our health,
WE EXPECT TO STAY.
Call and see us in our new office, rear
of W. J. Evans' drug store.
. LOAN BROKERS.
GEO. A. BOWTjTTS. Pns't
W. 31. HART.MAN, Vice Pre 6.
H. M. MILLER, Cashier
J. H. RICHARDS, Att'y
5 $ i 5o s & y$
I O XjJL SZJK.3ST S JLS ;
TRANSACTS a General Banking business,
change on Kansas City, Chicago and
MAKES COLLECTIONS I IHY FM? SF TH
Negotiates first mortgage loans on well im
Dr. l. gillihan,
Perfumes and fancy articles. Prescriptions carefuMvIfiHed
South side square, Iola, Kansas.
In one breath the democratic papers
rail at President Harrison for violating
all his civil service nleitees. and in tho
next toll direful tales of the auger and
revolt among disappointed office
seekers who cannot persuade tho
President to makeroruavals that would
let them in.
Tub mailing clerk of the Iola Reg
ister played us a shabby triok last
week. He sent us a paper, the local
page of which was so poorly printed as
to be illegible Charlie, don't lot the
b.j s tlo that anymore. Leroy Report
er. "Thrt boys" send their apologies and
promi-e to "never do it ng.tin,"
tlOIiA has now hilt rmn noivjivinnr
lie RraiSTEK. Yates Center, :. small
er town has three Leroy Reporter.
i es, ami wo are an getuug rich too.
Rut then Yates Center has some get
up to her. and probably does three
times the amount of limiting tlinr fni..
does. It takes newspapers to boom a
a town. laics center Democrat.
The Democrat shows a sum total of
Ave columns of advertisements; that
BhouB how "rich" it is getting. And
in the same issue in which tho abovo
appears, the Democrat declares that
the combined circulation of its two
contemporaries "would not "make a
respectable sized bustle;" that shows
how rich they arc getting. Both these
things together show how much hns.
iuess the town a doing.
Pension Commission ek Tanner
sonds the following to Pension Agent
Gliok, of Kansas, to correct a report
about county clerks not beiug author
ized to acknowledge pension vouchers:
I have to advise you that I have
made no such ruling. Tho nowspi
Der renort to wliiuh vnn rnfnp ia .r.ii-
ably based upon a rioolalon lately U'ade
that declarations for pensions, which
the law requires shall he executed be
fore a court of record or some officer
uiereoi uaving custody of its seal, can
not be accepttd if executed beore any
of tho clerks of I he urmniv ..m.riu nC .1...
State of Kalian, Said courts are not
court of n o.tl. This, however, docs,
not luteriFro witb the accepranca of
vouchers executed before such ofl!cer
providing they havo the right under
the laws of the Stat of Kuu-.is to ad
minister oatha for general purposes.
results, in .."Sew Jer,pv fnrhr u,
whiskey oligarchy lias satsupremo in
tho Legislature may be well for all
good men to combine against conspir
ing bad men. We must learn as we
grow older to do that which will ac
complish the most good, and no: bo
bound to follow that method or this
method. What we want 3 good re
sults and good results are attainable.
1 he saloon must go. Tho failure of
the constitutional amendments in New
Hampshire and MnMnnimrio s...n
catcs very clearly that the masses are
not yet ready for prohibition. Many
mo:t excellent people are sincere in
w,cll juugiuuui against It, and we
must (Jo all we can to educate and ag
itate until the good time coming shall
arrive. In the meantime let us stand
by prohibition, and let us have soot
hearty, common senso to discern the
Yours very truly
Clinton B. Fisk.
This letter may not say in so many
words that Gen. Fisk will hereafter
support tho Republican party, but hjs
declaration that if good results an to
be obtained in the fight against tho
saloons, "good, common sense meth
ods must h9 adopted" certainly leaves
mighty little room for him in the third
It is reported that Senator Stanford
has declared his intention of Introduc
ing into the Uenaio at It. next session,
a bill which will, If it becomes a law,
prohibit aliens from voting until after
a residence of twenty -ono years in this
country. Such a bill will not pass now.
But a similar one will within twenty
. i i"i Jin i
Souiqis the Republican minority
in Kansas that the governor appoints
men to ofiiee who are no more qualifi
ed to do the work ef the position than
a Digger Indian la to teaoh political
ecouoinyin a college. Paola Spirit.
Give u? an example or two. Xame
a few of these unqualified appointees
and let us see if something can't be
done about it.
Wm; C. Theasher,
7 IOLA, KANSAS
REAL ESTATE, LOIN SIiTORAW AGENT.
Interest at the very lowest rate !
Money f urnislied without delay !
J. S. LaFARV,
XOXi.fV - KASAS,
Teeth extracted wlcnout pain, bv the nse or tlieear
gi'Stanxsthetic known Finepolcl fllllnss. Cniirn
anu all work tnarantepJ H.-itlsfarttorr. niti ....
wpgt corner siuare. CALL AHD SEE HTM
A NEWSrAPEK fight is being made
on Farmer Funston. Jt geews to
have been ajl planned' a year ago, and
the new congressman is tn ho splwtpri
according to all reports from a point
near me center or Ottawa county.
And the same newspapers that are
ngnting mm now havo leeu righting
him for the past five years, during
which time his majority has run up
from 1,500 to 9,000.
Qov. Martin has been in i.olitio
by observation and expm ienco. a con
siderable length of time, and h'i pos
sesses moreover a long level head.
Commenting upon a remark made
by the Emporia Republican to the ef
fect th.i. Mr. Funston was likely to he
defeated in his ne.t raoo by reason of
the fight ls:s:giuade upon him by a
few of the news-papers, lie says:
We dnnt know about that. It strikes
us that a few of the pipers named are
waging just the kin 1 of war ! Mr,
Funston to insuro his re-nopjnation
anu re-election. Uccttiut&tiy it hap
pens, in politic0., ;Lbl a man is made
strong ly ab.i-'e, and thisii frequently
the j.s8 when the abuse seem-, to he
ill-timed aud indiscriminate :is it W
bitter. It striken us that tho papers
named have commenced thocampaign
against Mr. Fisto. too soon. There
is no election for more than a year.
A. L. TAYLOR,
i.a.kansas. dealer ill LUMBER,
Lath, Shingle", Windows, Doors, Lime, Hair, Mixed Paints, and general
ELLIS & HEWITT,
Liver? and Peed Stable,
Fine Li verv Carriages and Bmrffipji. Tormo nMn,or,i0 rro n
torn Specialty. Uones boarJcd by the we-k. Comeanaseensattheoldnrubakemt.nri
KRUb'GER & KREUTER
(Opposite Central fjojelj
Fresh and R.ilfc Mn.it a. Rinncrr nn.l T.oi-.t Ann..nin u j j .
forcash. Cash paid for Hides. Highoat price paid for beef cattle.
Champion Heat Market,
Prok. Blake advises the farmers to
follow their binders with listers aud
raise grain off the stubble, as he says
every ear ol corn and grain of wheat
raised will command gooc hVurc this
fall, because of the failure of crops in
the east. It is doubtful whether Prof.
Blake knows any better than anybody
else whit the price of wheat aqd. corn
will be this fall; but on general princi
ples it is pretty 6afe to advise farmers
to get as much out of their ground as
STUFF AND K0N3ENSE.
Richard L Walker, of fupeku, has
been appointed United States Marshal
for Kansas, Marshal Jones having
been bounced for his Oklahoma rct.
ord. T. L Reid. who was also :i rjn.
didate for this ollice, failed, ;r ond iu
his recommend.qtjcinu until the after
noon qf tho day tho appointment was
m:iie. .nowever h torn Had sent in :i
millinurecoinmend.itions thre mnntiw
ago. lie would have had nnlmit.iml.nm
for getting the offlce. The hUAiniis
was all cut and dried min months
nr- rri,.- ,.! " . . i. i tn
"sw- iu.u isiaboa m Bjuer.uiu ontcer
and wc; sLouid like to see him filling
the'ollice of Marshal. But Republican
pciuics is an exceedingly muduj peal.
The man with money and paiitleal
influence, uo master how mean, Wan.
rant, and low down he may be.'gets
there by eeveral majority over the
man who i houest, upright and calcu
latetl to fill the position, but who 1
poor and consequently without hie
requisite political iuflugafc.-i rafes
Center Drrp&;cfa '
1 is not often that even a Democrat
ic i-uper eucceeus in condenai j
A BIO THING FOE KANSAS .
A number of hpmirifni inui 1
Has treated bv n rwionti,. ,i: ,
process have been on oyMkim ...
favored few in mm nf tK- .. ..
exchange building during the we
ti r.nt5'Upl 1? ar0 "".fiite as snow with
thread, as fine as fik. Nothing of tho
. ., i irhf- fV-er teen 8hown lH tue west
ani it is bi.jeved by Inany wuo have
exnmir etj lne specimens that the far-
nippd of Missouri and Kansas will find
I ho new invention a source of revenue
which will add incalculably to their
Prof. W. L. Woods, of Washington
D. C, biought the samples to the city
and has succeeded with little exertion
in arousing a deep interest among
"What is the object of your visit?"
"Primarily to attend to privato in
terests, but at the same time to show
to the peoplo what is uudoubledly
tho result of one of the greatest in
ventions of tho age. I am prepared
to show that all fibracious plants, flax
hemp and jute especiailv, may be
treated bv a moehnntr.nl n,.a .1 ..
actually strengthens the textile fibre
me product, hv ordinary processes
m.iy he woven iuto cloth, riviUnj?
ilk in texture. The mo5it rpmi.,.1.1..
fact, perhaps, counecteil with tbo pro
ce's i that the raw material may he
,....,,.....,.!,,! i,,v iu.iuuijciurrr in Jeos.
than Hurt v six hours uDnr u. i- t-
from the field. Tho old Drmem nf l
ting and bleachinir .in ti...u ...i..a
"How does this olTect the farmer9"
"It affects the farmer to the extent
that instead ol expending his labor ud-
. a crop thai yUM S15 to 25 ,Zc
acre lie may ro,Ive 5200 to 5T0O per
acre. Vha apphen especially to farm
er. .ii .lie Missouri vallev where flax
and hemp are almost hidigeuous t'a
the s nl Dr ItoUrl-, a widely known
chemist of Washington city, has un
voted his life to an investhrsUou of
11 1- culture and imnufutura and tho
new procesi Is his work. Thi process
! Ii'itiiid to rt-vnlni;...,; ... ,i. i-r . .
iti-try if the wmH :ii,d toest.tblb'u U
on a permarter.t Ua in tue United
ajaiw a eonii iny w ill b. formal in
i-ig ot flax throug tiou t ih.0 wc a great
interest. Dr. Robert, wmTjJlt8
city in person atai. p.,riT-,io,r j
flJCr?rt;SSOr fcxplame.1 Lli'at the
IlaV is limn.. f-fd fur- l. :
-- .. hid r-mimer oy a
dWirtVung or bteaking machine and
n etieinier.l lull. .,. t .. ,
discovery of Dr. Roberts.A'. n.
Wliile in 'Washington last vAnfn-
tho wiirof this became acquainted
vilh Dr. Roberts and in letters to
tho Topeka Capital called nttentinn
txi thcimmenseimportancp and valutrof
his invention. There can be no danht
that th'i wiachine will do all tw.it ;
cUlnied, for t!io samnlea ihow for
themselves. Prof. Woods hovr .
guine in estima.tlg that It will nako
Uaxvo;UsK0i)orS300 per acre, but
tb,r,J it will vastly Increase the present
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one paragraph so large an nrnomjt off, eor ll ,3 cectat!1- Dr. Roberta.
Lawrence is "ail tore up" because
the widow of Congressman Haskell
was not appointed in that' city. Mrs
Haskell is a nice lady; still we doubt
the wisdom of the theory that because
a man is kept in office as long as lie
lives, however good an official he may
have been, by this fact his widow is
given any special claim of the public.
Clay Center Times.
Mrs. Haskell has a went mnnv
friends in Lawrence who regret that
she was uot made poatrnUtrMu; but
the men who aro kicking 'the'hardest
because she was not'anmfnh.,1 m
me very ones w&o caused her. bv their
advice, to adopt a course which thnv
knew would, and intended should,
make her appointment politically impossible.
nonsense, misrepresentation and tnal
iqeaais crowded into the above. In
the first place it means, if it means
anything, that Richard L. Walker 13
"mean, ignorant and low down.'.! i,r.d
that ha owes his aprjqiaiu6ui to man,,
ey. The lrst; i" of thi3 charge is
mrepresentation and malice; the last
partofit isnonsnss. TheREois,7c
wonld rather have seen ajr. Reed ap
pointed as marshal than Mr. Walker.
But the idea that the latter is not fullv
qualified for office or that he obtained
it by the U3e of money, does not d,04!rve
serious consideration. iSu.aU, &ntenc
es as the last qna u me Democrat'
paragraph, are easily enough written;
out are even 1110 auinors 01 lliem silly
enough to believe what thev savi lo
there anybody who belyes that "how
ever mean, iccoiaut and low down" i
Jm,an may be, If he but have money he
can get an appointment from a repub-
Hean nHminiafrnU.in o . .i !.. ,
not even the writer, believes . whai
is the use of printing such, atttttt
nimseit estimates that It will mrjre
flax straw worth fcBa ton, and this es
timate U jwohnbly close to to thetruth.
Aud ttifr bsaurr of it is that the footcf
la oompj'jte plant will not exceed one
thousand dollars. Gov. Isaac Sharp
is interested with Dr. Roberts in or
ganisms a company forniannfacturlurj
the machines and told ua that hu ex
pected to have some of tbora IX
operation in Kansas this fall. It wjf
take time of course, to get any consid
erable number of the machino in op
eration, but we firmly bllve they
will prove an unqualia&it success and
that in a few year flax will bewrce
the most urofttahle 1 m.-.v tiu.miu
certain of Jlausas crops.
The fact that ic is bcooiainjj com
mon to send uewpajec reporters to
insane asylnma and that all of them
Who liaVO VOt trfprt thw rlrvlrra 1..t..
succeoded lu gaining admiss:.-nas pa
tteuta, must be taken as furnishing
jitiotber illustration nfthn t.,m. r tu
saying, "Great wits to madness, eure
ont lllu1 It u
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