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BEGI8TER, established 1880.
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DEMOCRAT, established 1888.
IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, FMDAY .TUNE 21,1889.
FOL. XXIII.
NO. 29
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Banking House
L. L.
IOLA -rS
ESTABLISHED IN 1S89.
Individual Responsibility
in Southern Kansas.
L L NORTHRUP,
Txacl&act.
A Genera! Banking Business Transacted
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
Dealer in Foreign and Domestic Exchange. Collection made at all accessible
points and proceeds remitted on day of payment.
LIBERAL DISCOUNTS GIVEN TO CUSTOMERS.
Loans Hade and Negotiated on Improved Farms.
PIANOS-
HEADQUARTERS
FOR ALL KINDS OF
FARi TOOLS HAOMIIERY,
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CAR-LOAD OF
BUGGIES SPRING WAGONS B CARTS
From the Factory, all of which lean sell for less than anybody else.
I am now irep.ircd to make special low iirlco on
ENGINES, THRESHERS, BINDERS, MOWERS,
Table Rake Machines, Binder Twine, &c.
I am also Agent for the Estoy, Sterling, Bu3ch & Gcrts and many otlier
FIRST-CLASS PIANOS AND ORGANS.
CHURCH ORGANS A SPECIALTY.
I also sell tfie "vnTsz-xze sea Union Sewing Machines. Tiio
WHITE is the only Machine that took a premium at Cincinnati Imposition, ls.
I Cannot Be Undersold, Quality Considered.
CULTIVATORS, $lo.OO. CHECK BOWS, $12-00
FLAXTFRS, $30.00- SMOOTHING HARRO IT, $11-00
oDRA TT-JvU SErSTJ, O MA CZHXjS, $25-00- "
Sir you want anything ami ctn't came tololi, interne and will send man to e
toil ir ynn ant sooil roods I will sell yon anvthin; yon want If nunuractiucil lu thu
UnlteU States i?0 CUEA! JOIIX GOODS SOLD.
Pianos, Organs and Sewing Machines Sold on Payments.
Jk. X7". SE3C3S..
BUCCi&S.
JBf.
ar 2-jr e. i i
e jLr &jLtLX'd'ieSZi
LOAN AMD INSURANCE.
ALIEH COUNTY CITY AHD FARM FH0PERTY FOR SALE
Agent for the sale of the Pt. Smith & Little Kock K. K.
Co's. Lands, in the Arkansas Valley, Ark.
ALS3 ACEKT FC 1H
USDS OF THE FLORIDA SflUTHERH RAILWAY COHPAHY, FLORIDA COMMERCIAL COMPANY, AND
ST.l'OHjIS & EUSTIS R. R. CGMFANY.
Comprising 3,000,000 Acres.
SOLICITS YOTJK PATE02 AGE.
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.
WBSS & WHIT&KEK,
LOAN BROKERS.
Wm. C. Thrasher, IOla,kansaS
REAL ESTATE, WM & niNOE AGENT.
Interest at the very lowest rate !
Money furnished without delay !
3tVrV IfJ - r.o.1. 1 uj od
ivjcJ c.m of reoai jae.
PUQrA rs hm.mc. i
.11 u U nltb, w. MBS
HQTKM' 7ei " 7. B-T" fcp'
JT-VTr. . .11-1 is. boons, .our m SrpB 1 "
k rita it oncTJi. ba .ur. of tweMcr th. naicn
WANTED;
l-SALESMO. 15V Tilt
joldtst, largest and bt-st
known ureerita iu mc
"trpt Kxiirince not
neceBBary. Permanent posItlonB. t.ooa pay.
Write at once. Go to work now, wb lie it 18
easy to sell ami ttrrltory uuworVed.
Loululaua, Mo.
X2 32P0 '
OF
Northrup,
til.A.:NS.A.S.
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Larger than any Bank
JQHNH.VANNUYS,
Ctatilar.
ORGANS.
ROAD CARTS.
n en i.s a .w s,
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SHE-IIRfiAilRfvi
asdKlDTfEY
A.SES
WeurklBia CURED.
Br uuc L?. A V.B5VES SHEUHillS SPECIFIC
Larpe bottles $1 W Your ilrujtslat Twenty
years' successful practice in innlUlne. Write
Tour disease. IHl-'OElSIATION PREE. Ad
dresJtB. A. V. 1Unc' Srccir ,St.Joepb
Mo. O.8. A.
WANTED.
To solicit orJors for our reliable Nursery btock
Goxl Salary and Expenses or Coruuiksioii
t'ernisrii'nt emnloymeat guaranteed. Aildreg
at oncoststlnztage, SITSIiZi J5 ZIOV7
-ATjn, arwagryrrun, St. LouU, Mo
SALESMEN
W. J.
IfraggM ani Bookseller.
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aS s r r- r S l2 h ij
IOLA
Comer Drug Storo,
GEO. A. JIOWLUS, Pea't.
W. M. HARTMAN, Vice Pres.
IOLA
giHH OF 4
TRANSACTS a General Banking business,
change on Kansas City, Chicago and
New York.
MM COLIf Till i
TJTITIEID
Negotiates first mortgage loans on
provca
Correspondence Solicited'
. E. RIOHAEDS.
DEALER
UnUULltlLO,
FLOUR AND FEED.
SO UTR SIDE SQ UdllL, IOLA, KANSAS.
ES5-
All goods delivered free of charge. ssjf
New Shoe Store !
ss
Having purcha5eI a large and complete stock of Uoota and Shoes I would be
pleiwed to hae the patroiuwro of all my old customers and assure tliem I can
give them bargains. AT THE OLD STAWD.
IS HEADQUAflTERS FOR
HARDWARE, SUPERIOR COOK STOVES, TINWARE,
Farm luteals and McCormici HacMiies. Fsia mi Garifea M.
-G-O
FOR AN ELEGANT MEAL OR NICE LUNCH.
Board by the Day or Week, With or Without Lodging.
Between W. J. Evans' ind Gilliban's Drug Stores,
Dr. c. gillxhan,
Druggist,
Perfumes and fancy articles. Prescriptions careful 3 '.filled
South side square, lola, Kansas.
WM. JEWELL.
ZLi
Livery, Feed, Safe and Breeding Stable.
Ci-cccl ZE3Ig-3 and. Crocd. "Drl-vrars.
Ssc-Gial AtLeiilion girai io Gonmrcial Trafis.
and
west
A. L. TAYLOR,
IOLA, KAJiSAS-
Lath, Shingles', Window, .Doon?
building material.
ELLIS & HSWITT,
(West Street.)
Fine Livery Carriages and Buggies. Terms Reasonable. Transient Cus
toTQ specialty, llorjes lioarJtd liy the wtsi. Come and euu ns at tho old IlrubikerBtnnd.
KRUHCEI? & KRUTER
(Opiwsite Centtal Hotel.
Freh and Salt Meats. Sausaire and
for cash. Cash paid for Hides. Highest
EVANS,
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221-3iTS-
SoatSida Square.
H.3L MHiLEB, Caeliier
J. H. RICHARDB, Att'y
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KZJLsTS - A - S,
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EVERY FAR?
STATES.
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7)13.
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QUEENSWARE,
TIISmARE.
TO-
S. C. IRVING.
6Z 3E5"vrX3TO-,
SOUTH STREET, IOLA, KANS.
J, S. LaFARY,
IDEIsTTISO:
IOLA - XASAS.
all 'work rnarantel satlsfactorr. Oalcn south'
corner sunan-. CALL A?IJO SEK Hlfil
dealer in LUMBER,
Lime, Hair, Mixed Paints, and general
Liverv and Peed Stable,
lola, Kansas.
Champion Meat Market,
lola, Kansas.
Lard. consLtntlv on hand and sold low
price paid for beef cattle.
SHAIL THEY 03 BSQaiNQt
dhsll Ihoy ro beg?tnfr the bouuty of stranger?
Hen tbatbnve fongut foe uj, men that Latc
bletlforue;
Sliall they go stooping, to glean tho point
mc isuro,
Dropped from 6hnt haaJp, oTer-fllled with
their treasure?
NeertbeTbesscil 'When tho bullet Jeff o'er
theml
Xever (hcysloopedyhtm Um foo was befiro
them!
Prondly ilollant, tlicy laiihmlat allilancra.
Then, Arliin tliej-foaght foruai tlieu, fhea
tliuybledforusl
Bravely tlu'vroarcht'l nwav, louwl ore for
HiVtuir, Gallv tlleht fortis. vrllllnif to die ferns!
'I here, nhere tho foeinen rero tliellprcust In
meotlnRj
Tbere, wliero tho cannon gTo deadliest greet
ing; Tlieri'. ttlitro tliMuarcl.e3 nero roughest tuid
lonCT-t:
There, where tho hanhulp wtro ivtakenlng
tins Ktroncet;
They rrero aye forurn-ist, their glory a till mnk-lnfe-.
flallr to flsrlit for nn. trilllr.if to din for n.l
Xow they aro crippled, dleabltil nd huma
Iws. Jlcn tint liavo fougUt for ih, men that have
iiiixi i iriis:
Now let our pfmionsto pratltmU- b'iow them
Iteverenoc and honor and love that wo otre
thtml
Now let them fovl that onr hnroca ra cherish
Deep lu nr hearts; that their deeds cannot
perl6h.
Crlmued and old tlmr mar bi. not homeleasl
pic
Men thitharo foualit forns, men that havo
uici tor nai
Atlanta Comtitulton.
Editorial Notes,
It is a pretty euro sign that a man
is only hanging on us it wero by the
skin of his teeth when ho announces
that he has "como to stay."
Foil tho first time since George
Smith ilied tho St. Joseph Jlcraldhns
an editor, Major Hettinger, formerly
of the A". C- Journal, having taken
that position.
The general goveruient is to furnish
tho Kansas National Guard with rub
ber blankets similar to those used In
the regular army, and with crosscd
gun cap ornaments.
Tun sentence in Mr. Cleveland's
New Yoik speech which seems to be
must enthiibiaslieally endorsed and
promises to be longest remembered, is
this: "I have been honored by my
pat ty far beyond my deserts."
AM) now it la tho Atchison Globe
which S3 going to print the names of
the "nice men" who get drunk. Tho
Topeka Democrat wa9 going to tlo
thif several weeks ago but it doesn't
sceii to ha e begun yet.
Txix; Topcka Democrat again Iling3
ti tho breeze the name of David B.
Hill as its candidate for tho presidency
in 1592. It is to be fervently hoped that
the Dcriiocrai's advocacy of Mr. Hill
., hi , i... ,. r.i ,. ,.,.i....i
as it was tho last. -.r
" e are glad to note the renosniuation
.f Wm. Ij. Chaudler for United Stales
Senator from New Hampshire. Chan
dler it one of the stroucest men in the
Senate. Aud the way lie stirs up tho
Brteadlera every once in a while is
w. rib fjoins miles to sec.
TflE 33lh Senatorial District Is one
of tbe eIoe.-t in the State atui from
tho rosv hicii sterna to have been
kicked up by the nomination of V. I.
Long in the recent Republican Con
vention the chanced would seem to
ba decidedly iu f ivor of llio Demo
cratic nominee.
J AY Gould give SLOOO to the flood
sufferers. That was good. Tbe editor
of tho New York Muil and J-Jxprcsg,
Col. Sheprd, gave SI 0,000. That was
better. Ctoiiul is worm a nunare'l
A limes ub much ah Col. Shopard.
Frcdonia Citizen.
Rut Gould worked for his money,
while Sbepard married his; that ought
to be token into account.
The report of T. D. Thaehcr on the
mining, manufacturing and agricul
tural interests of Kanaa, was tho first
toheiecehed at the Census bureau
and is pronounced a model of clearness
and completeness. This is what vas
to bo expected, first, as the Lawrence
Journal remarks, because it v. as from
Kansas, best, because it wa from
Dwight Thacher.
Jtbkems that the "Rev. Madden,"
who consigned tho Johnstown people
to hell in his Pittsburg speech tho
other day, was not from Kansas, after
all. The trouble is that since Col.
Tomlinson bus been turned looo hi
Pennsylvania tho pooplo of that dtato
jump to the conclusion that every man
n ho puts his foot in hia moulh when
bo talks is from Kansas.
Mn. JU3XICE MiLiiER, of the Su
premo Court of tho United Stales, will
contribute a paper upon his own Stale,
Iowa, to JTarpcr's Magazine for July.
Mr. Miller's portrait, engraved from a
photogtaph, will form tho frontispiece.
Mr. Curtis, iu tho Lasy Chair will
furnish a sketch, of Mr. Miller, thus
supplying tho omission of u reference
in the paper on Iowa to otic of the
chief men of the Slate.
The managers of tho "New Era
Exposition," at St. Joseph, Mo, are
going to try the experiment of recog
nizing the farmers instead of the horse
Jockeys. Among other innovations
they announce a premium or sauu ior
the best dozen ears of com, plaited to
gether in ouo bunch with the shuck,
$250 for the second best and so on down
to$., for the seventh grade. The Ex
position will be opened for the recep
tion of articles from uiid after August
5th.
Tug ufllc!al text of the terras agreed
upon by the Samoan conforei:co has
been announced. Tho chief jiointa are
tuat tho island Is to nave an Independ
ent gorermuet, that Mai let on is to be
recognized as king, subject to an elec
tion by the people, and that the United
States Ls ceded tho right to establish a
port at Pago Pago.
Old Jubal Early, who furnished so
many guns and other military supples
to Gen. Sheridan during tbe war, has
recently mado a epeech at Winchester,
Va.,defaniing Sheridan aud glorifying
the lost cause. The (lirTerence'betTireea
Gen. Early ami Harrison Kelley la
that Early chose an audience that he
knew would sympathize with his sen.
liments whllo Kelley did not.
Tnu Iioard of regents or the Kansas
university have been influenced
euouglt by the republican press of tho
stale to practicallv relegate Prof. Can
fleld from the faculty. This is done
simply because Candeld does not agree
with the republican politicians who
run things. He is not a protectionist,
hence he ia put under the ban. Paola
Spirit.
The Spirit is evidently not well post
ed. Tho division of Professor Can
field's chair made at the last meeting
of the Boaid of Regents wa? in accord
ance with the Professor's own sugges
tion, and tho position he now holds
was asslgued him upon his own urgent
request. The title of this chair is
'American History and Civics" cer
tainly a oh ak of too much importance
to warrant the allegation that the man
who holds it ha? bean "relegated from
the Faculty."
The inspector sent to Investigate
the accounts of Osbun Shannon, the
retiring Democratic postmaster at
Lawrence, reported a deficiency of
$5,500 and Fjank Woodruff, the assis
tant postmaster, has been arrested
charged with embezzlement. There
aro varioua theories as to where the
money went, gome claiming that
Woodruf! has been speculating heavily
of lalo and others suggesting that tho
money was lost batting on Cleveland.
Woodruff himself puts the entire
blanij on Postmaster Shannon nud
claims that the shortages dato baek for
three years. Knowing both Shannon
and Woodruff lib wo do it is hard for
us to believe either of them guilty.
The fict of the deficiency, however,
cannot be denied, and it must mean
either crime or incompetency. Tho
onauce in tho Administration evi
dently did not como any loo soon.
IHE SBIMAEY GYGTESI,
Jrat-toldmgo-cfunty
convtiiuoiKs npproacnes mo Usual uis-
cuhfiou of tho best method of nomina
ting candidates is resumed, the diffi
culty evidently being to finding a way
to steer cie ir of the Scylla of the old
delegate system without bung engulf
ed in tbe Charybdis of tho Cnwford
cnuuiy plan. So far a- we have been
able to see by reading the arguments
in a number of exchanges none of them
lias jt been able to suggest a way out
of this difficulty, all contenting them
selves 'Aith an effect to determine
which is ILe lesser of tbe two eviid.
Tho REGISTER believes thaE Alien
county hHS evolved, on the whole, tbe
most satisfactory primary system that
has yet been practiced, and an expla
nation of lis operations maybe wel
comed by these who nre still In tho
wilderness.
The eoheuio is a combination of the
old delegate aud Crawford co-inry sys
tems. Each town&hip is given Hi
proper number or delegates, based on
the last Republican vote, aud these
dolegatfrs arc selected in any vray the
primary may eoe fit. At the swao time
the delegates aro chosen, a primary
election is hold at which each Repub
lican Plector otes his choice among
the crfiididites for each of tho offices to
bo filled, printed tickets bearing the
names of all Uicandidatcs being used.
The returns from this election, as com
plied by tho judges and clerks, are
placed in the hands of the delegates to
be carried along with their credentials
to the c;untv convention. If any
candidate receives a majority o!ali the
votes cast iu auy precinct, tho entire
delegation from that precinct is consid
ered instructed for him. u tnero are
three or more candidates and no one of
them receives a majority of the votes
cast, then the delegation divides its
vole in the convention pro rata in ac
cordance with tho votes cast for each
candidate. Cf course it will frequent
ly happen, when there are three pr
more candidates for one office, that no
one of them will received a majority of
the vote; cast in the convention so
long as tho delegates are govcrucd by
the ote cast at tho primaries, rn
such a ciie the only thing to do is for
the delegates, by reeolutiou, to absolve
themselves from their instructions
and then voto their personal choice.
The advantage- of this over the old
delegate system may be noted as fol-
lowb;
1. Tbe primaries cauuot bo gcucked
or manipulated by 3 fo,w scheming
politician,
2. Tho delegatts are chosen before it
is known whom they will be expected
toote for so that oare is taken to
select meu of standing and character
who can be trusted to abide by their
instructions.
3. The delegates are Instructed upen
each of tho candidates, and not (as
was nearly alway tho cae under the
old nystem) elected solely In the Inter
ests ofone man for whose suceees'tticy
were willing to .sacrifice every other
candidate.
4. The delegates being Instructed
thus upon every office, there Is llttlo
opportunity for trades or combinations.
As above stated It will sometimes be
necessary, when there are three or
inoro candidates and no one has a
majority oi tho delegates Instructed
for him, for the delegates to absolve
themselves and voto their personal
preference Rut this seldom happens
more than once or twice iu the same
convention, so that the field for Jobs hi
greatly restrlcted.and It will nearly al
waysbs foundthat tho candidate is seleo
ted on his own merits and notby virtue
of atrade.Tbls is the more apt to be the
case for the reason that no one delega
tion is elected solely In tho Interest of
one candidate, determined to pull him
through at any cost.
In comparing this plan on the other
hand, with tho Crawford county sys.
tern, tho following advantages are ap
parent: 1. It insures each'preclnot its prop
er representation. Under the Crawford
county system a populous precinct,
where tho Interest is groat, may get
out a very largo vote and thus wield
raoro than its proportionate influence.
Under this syBtem if a precinct only
casts a dozen votes at tho primary it
has juntas much weight in the con
vention as if it had cast its full Repub
lican strength, and ha3 just as much
weight proportionately as the most
populous proeinot in tho county.
2. All tho proceedings are given
wider publicity sr that there hi not the
suspicion attached to tho announce
ment of tho result that must always
follow when it Is a star-chamber mat
ter, known only to the Judges at the
various precincts and to the central
committee.
3. It provides for a coun
ty convention, which is almost a
necessity if a platform of principles is
to be adopted, and which is of great
advantago iu giving a campaign a
good "send-off," bringing together as
it.docs a hundred or more Republicans
from all parts of the county, each one
of whom w ill feel in a large degree re
sponsible for the success of a ticket
winch he helped nomiuato.
These are some of the advantages
our system has over the two systems
it Is intended to Bupplanr, and wo can
not see that any tiling liko correspond
ing disadvantages can bo pointed out.
This wo know: That since it was adop
tedjnoIiepu!Usn coETailiotiAI-.
ien county lias over broken up in a
row, no charges have been made of
jobi, combinations or sell-outs, and uo
unworthy candidate had been noinl-
nated.Aud furthermore, brethren, and
above all, whereas, when this plan was
first adopted one half of the county of
fices wore filled with Democrats, now
they aro all filled with Republicans.
JjaCyyne Journal: Congressman
Funston, who is home from Washing
ton for the summer vacation, is iu lola
every Tuesday aud Wednesday for the
special convenience of thone of his
constituents desiring to meet bhn per
sonally. He has made this arrange
ment far the reason that hi, nearest
home town. Cariyle, has only one
train each way per day, while lola is
better Mipphdd with railroad peivico.
Recause of the oflices to be filled by
the party in power, of which Mr.
Funstouis a leading member, he is re
quested to do a great many impossible
thiiigs,and to deny many favors which
it would please him to beston, but for
all that ho is pleaded to meet the peo
ple of his district.listea to their wants,
and do th; beat he can for them. Ho
never shirks a responsibility and thoso
who visit him return home bringing
report3of the most pleasant treatment
by him.and express themselves strongs
ly Iu I113 favor.
"Farmer" in Ottawa Republican:
These much abused farmers of Frnnk
lin county, Kansas can stand juse such
depressions and grow independent and
wealthy over it. So I will say to thoso
who are eo much distressed about; these
farm mortgages, that wo will pay them
all off in the next few years, and will
have delightful liomcs in this new
west and a reisonablo income to place
u on the retired list. To sum it all nn
wo went in debt for our land at frotu $-3
to 310 per. aoxo and have had to hoar
tho stigma of an incumberea farmer;
but we own tho land and. when thes
mortgages are paid off these lands will
be well worth 20 to $30 per acre, so
while y.-o havo had to incumber our-
3dve5Sl,0C0 or 51,5C0,we have increased.
our wealth from 5,000 to 51,C00, which
is sufficient inducement to stap.j the
storm, knowing "wo will anchor by
and by."
Rev. Aryftjyo O. Hayooou, It, "D.,
LL. 1 , author of "Our Uroth.tr in
Black" aud other works, anl general
agent of the John F. Slater Fund for
the education of the negro, will con
tribute to Harper's 2agatine for July
a paper on 'The aonth and the School
Problem," in which he outlines tht
present situation
CH5W JtONY.
RowluhAS any amount of cwaey
th1 tie can loan on real ertatHecurity
at'lower rates than, can, tyi Ua.l any
w ber eloe.
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