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THE REGISTER.
SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1875.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY.
LOCAL DEPARTMENT.
TO THE PUBLIC.
For our own protection we hereby agree tofnr
nishsonroolsur publication for any legal adrtr
tiseroeatof any description, published by us, from
and after the date hereof, until the costs of such
advertising U paid- ... W-J- c.5?Ti
PmblUktr Humboldt Union.
Anna A Perkins,
PnblUhm Tkt Ma Rtjutcr.
Dated Feb'y. 19th, 187J.
CULTIVATORS AT ALLEN'S.
If you want a good family flour, buy
the Women Rights sold by Jno. Francis
& Co. John believes in women's rights.
Have you eeenlhe tricks
At the Eureka Store?
You bet the cigars and tobaccos arc Anc;
'Worth your while to call and see.
Or send your child for confectionery.
Right or wrong you will be pleased
To see what nice things they get
How good they are ' Yon Bet.
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Chas. win smile and be so polite
Or Hayworta will do you up things nice.
Allen still smiles at the old stand.
Davis proposes to close out his entire
stock at very low figures. Give him a
call.
Jno. Francis & Co. have received a car
load of the celebrated Sioux City Flour.
The best in the market.
Allen's before you buy your
Go to
seeds.
Persons knowing themselves indebted
to Win. Davis will please call and settle
accounts at once, and oblige.
Cukes. Pies. Bread and lunch at
ALLEN'S.
" If vou want an "A" number one Flour
buy "Sioux City XXXX, sold by John
Vmnria & Co. Charlie Lakin will be
pleased to wait on you.
O I C WHAT ! !
Hay worth & Co. have got a fresh lot
of staple ana tancy groceries,
for Cash."
Another hundred bushel of seed
corn distributed this week. There will
be no land left idle in this county.
Oats will soon be ready for harvest
ing, and during the week we have been
told by a number of farmers that they
never had a better prospect for a heavy
crop.
Just as it was determined that grass
hoppers were an excellent diet they have
all fled the country. May they never
return.
Married, by Rev. J. N. Woolomes
at his residence on the 12th day of June,
1875, Mr. James W. Daugerty to Miss
Hattie C. Waymier, all of Allen county,
Kansas.
peas, radishes, and
'sass" in our market
"Cheap
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JSTDavis has just received new stock
of Summer Coat", Pants and Overalls.
Telegraphing taught at Queen City
Telegraph Institute, Sedalia, Mo. Tui
tion to be paid out of Salary after situa
tion is secured. 24-4
8-BUCKWIIEAT AT ALLEN'S.
Hay. Persons wanting hay put up in
inv quantity, from one ton to a thousand,
should address, D. W. Bostwick.
3 2w Iln. Kansas.
WANTED.
10,000 pounds of Rags, at Scott's. 2
. How the corn does grow.
The heated term has commenced.
A public benefactor the ice man.
Tomorrow will be the longest day
in the year.
W. "AT Jolisbn7oFGarnet, was In
town last Thursday.
Major Snow, of Neosho Falls, was in
town last Wednesday.
This week is the first that strawber
ries h.ivc'been oflered in our market.
Mr. B. Dickerson, of Carlyle, start
ed to Ohio last Wednesday on a visit.
The organization of Good Templars
in this place is gradually increasing in
numbers.
It is said to be nice this warm
weather la have your head sand-papered.
Try it.
Farmers who have no cattle to fat
ten on the prairies this season are losing
money.
The Tola baseball club came out
ahead in the game at Humboldt last
Thursday.
The Iola and Humboldt base ball
clubs play another match game next
Monday, at Iola,
As yet we bave heard of nothing
being done towards getig up a Fourth
oT July eekbratjon.
On and after next Monday a penal
ty often per cent will be 344ei to your
taxes. Pay up to-day,
There will be a Fourth of July Sun
day School celebration at Eluabethtown
Saturday, the third of July.
Attorney Bartlett has been attend
ing the District Court at Defiance,
Woodson county, this week.
Moflatt & Stevenson are getting
quite a collection of bugs, snakes, horn
ed toads, lizards, tarantulas, etc.
"Old Reliable" of the Eureka has
had a close shingle, and he now combs
his head with the palm of his hand.
Our District Clerk. C. M. Simpson,
was in attendance at Court at Defiance,
Woodson county, two days this week.
Persons who growl the most at the
hot weather are usually those who made
the most fuss about the cold weather last
winter.
House flies have apparently been
waiting the departure of the grasshop
pers before they put in an tppearance,
but you may look out for them now.
Mr TVInnlain left US a bunch of
flax one day this week which measures
three feet and two inches, and he thinks
he could furnish a still better sample.
Three mad dogs were killed in
Leavenworth last Friday. Would it not
be well to kill a lot of the worthless curs
around Iola and thus prevent them from
going mad?
Business has been pretty good with
the County Treasurer this week, but
there is still quite a large amount of
taxes unpaid to which will be added an
additional fire per cent penalty on tha
20th inst.
We see it stated that in some of the
towns in "the State sportsmen are form
ing organizations to prevent the killing
of prairie chickens-before the expiration
of.tho game law. A sensible move.
Beets, turnips,
all kinds of sarden
now. Thanks to the grasshoppers tor
not visiting our farmers out on the
prairie.
We have been requested to inquire
as to the best time and manner of plant
ine navy beans. Any one having had
experience in growing these beans will
please report
The "first nine" dined in the Neal
House while at Humboldt last Thurs
day. Perhaps the square meal that was
given them had something to do with
their good playing.
Fred. Moflatt returned from his trip
to Chicago last Friday. Ho now has for
sale a patent spring for wagon seats and
wagon boxes which is ahead of anything
in that lino yet invented.
The July number of Harper's Maga
zine has been received. It is neatly
printed, beautifully illustrated, and con
tains a large amount of interesting and
instructive reading matter.
Quite a number of persons attended
the examination at the close of our pub
lic schools this week; but there is a
great apparrent lack of interest on the
part ot parents in the education oi meir
children.
The residence of Mr. Reaves, five
miles north-east of Eliabethtown, ras
.i-afmwvi hv fim last Monday, ine
house was a new one, not entirely nnisn
ed. Most of his furniture was burned.
No insurance.
Mrs. Noble's house, near Geneva,
was burned on the 10th inst. Mrs. Lee
also lived in the house. The fire is sup-
nosed to have caught irom a flue. Mrs.
N. was not at home at the time and most
of her household goods were lost.
At the meeting at the court house
last Saturday there was not enough milk
promised to justify Mr. Garrison in put
ting upa cheese factory here, but he holds
binj-wlf ready tdflo so at any time he can
get milk enough to insure success.
" "-l-Mr. A. H. Evan?7wife and two
daughters, late of Delphi, Ind., who had
been visiting his lather and otner rela
tives in this county during the past two
weeks, started last Tuesday for Colorado
Springs where they expect to make
their home.
Dr. Tozer returned the first of the
week from his tour through Lynn and
Bourbon counties. He will be at home
next week, and if you have teeth that
need to be plugged or pulled out, call
on him. The doctor reports the crops as
looking well.
The Probate Judge has issued sev
eral marriage licenses this week. Peo
ple continue to marry and to be given in
marriage regardless of the prospect for
crops, but as the grasshoppers take their
departure the number of marriages are
ereatly on the increase.
The Presbyterian Social was held at
the residence of Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Yates
last Tuesday evening. There was agood
attendance, and the new minister and
his wife made the acquaintance of quite
a number of the members of the church
and congregation.
Tax payers Bhould remember that
when the County Commissioners meet
next month they will sit as a Board of
Equalization, to equalize the taxation of
property in this county. It you are not
satisfied with your assessment then is
the time to make it known.
All sidewalks which have been or
dered by the city council during the
past two years, and which have not been
made, are to be put down at once. Per
sons ownine lots along which said walks
hnvp. lwen ordered, please take note of
this. If they desire to build the walks
themselves they must da so at once.
Mr, Editor: In your last issue
you speak of organizing a chess club for
the purpose of challenging for a match
game. 1 would suggest the propriety oi
making tfw challenge now and organize
a club after, if any one is presumptive
enough to accept. I will see to it that
there is sonjebody to play the game.
Ak Amateur.
The people of Geneva am vicinity
have determined to have a picnic for the
Sunday Schools in the grove on Martin
creek, near Mr. A, W. -lowland's, on
Friday, July 2nd. All who desire to
enjoy good music and speeches, and a
social time are earnestly invited to come.
H. E. VanDemav,
Member of Committee.
Farmers who have extra good oats,
wheat, flax, milUt, etc., should compete
for the fifty dollar premium oflered by
the State Board of Centennial Managers
for the best display of grains and grasses.
It would be quite an honor to Allen
county to furnish the specimens of grain
and grasses from this State for the cen
tennial. Read particulars in ap article
on the fourth page.
The Cottage Grove Sunday 'School,
four miles south of ..Humboldt, have ar
ranged for a 4th of July pic nic on the
2d, to be held in the grove on Capt S. J.
Stewart's farm. They invite the Sunday
Schools of the county to celebrate with
them. They are making ample prepara
tions : and expect to secure reduced fare
on the railroad, tranis to stop opposite
the grounds.
The Iola public schools closed yes
terday. It is seldom the good fortune of
any community to have their schools
conducted in such a satisfactory manner
as ours have been during the past year
by Prof. Henderson and his assistants.
We believe that it is the universal desire
of our people that Prof. Henderson will
consent to take charge of our schools for
another year.
At the election this fall there are
quite a number of offices to fill : Repre
sentative, Sheriff, Treasurer, Register ot
Deeds, County Clerk, Coroner, Surveyor,
Commissioner, Township Treasurer,
Township Clerk, Road Overseer, and in
some townships Justices and Constables.
We suggest that it wonld be a good idea
for persons wanting any of the above
offices to take the lead and have their
names announced in The Register.
So far as we can learn the farmers
have, in nearly every instance where
their crops have been destroyed, replant
ed the same. If any of them should
have ground they are not going to plant
in corn we would recommend to their
consideration an article on the fourth
page in reference to the culture of buck
wheat. This crop can be made almost
as profitable as wheat, and it does not
need to be sown before the last of next
month.
Johnny Gilmore, of theWilson Coun
ty Citizen, puts it thus: "When a girl
crops her front hair, and pulls it down
over her forehead like a Mexican mus
tang, and then tics a piece of red velvet
aroundher neck, who can wonder at the
number of pale-faced young men that
throw away their ambition and paa
sleepless nights in trying to raise down
on their upper lips."
John is unmarried, and of course is
competent to testify in this case.
For two or three wrfca we had hop
ed to be able to make the announcement
(and tell the truth) that the grasshop
pers had all left us, but heretofore we
have been unable to do so. Last week
vat multitudes flew auy, and during
the first of this week tj,f have all dia-
appeared, so far as we can learn, throug-
out the county. At least the exceptions
are so few that no further damage from
them can be expected. Corn auilgarden
vegetables that have been replanted are
coming on again nicely, and if the sea
son continues favorable will give an
abundant yield.
Webb Bostwick informs us that
among his potatoes he lias some that the
seed was shipped in from Iowa, and
among these there is a bug hatching out
that i death on potato vines. As none
of these bugs have made their appear
ance among the potatoes that are grown
from home seed, he is of the opinion that
their eegs were in the dirt among the
potatoes that came from Iowa. As there
was a car-load of these potatoes sold here
at Iola it would be well for persons who
planted of them to watch and kill these
bugs as they hatch out. If not killed
off by another year they may be numer
ous enough to destroy the potato crop.
The bug is of a species never before seen
in this part of the country.
and order drawn oh Treasurer for the
amount out of general fund.
The followingaecounts were referred to
Finance Committee: All Richardson,
M.GiIson, James Simpson, Hartman &
Casmire, Isaac Welsh, James McDonald,
deceased, H. A. Perkins, E. P. Minor
and Jno. Francis & Co.
The reports of the city officers, Joha
Francis treasurer, James Simpson street
commissioner, W. J. Sajpclerk," were
received and ordered placed on file.
Oa motion the street commissioner
was instructed to notify the parties own
ing lots fronting on east side block fifty
nine to build their walks, in accordance
with the ordinance, inside of thirty days.
Also lot one in block seventy-seven.
On motion the street commissioner was
instructed to cut off four feet of the side
walk on north side of lots two and three
in block seventy-eight, to be disposed of
by committee on streets and alleys.
Adjourned until Monday night, June
21st, 1875. , ,
W. J. Sapp, Clerk.
LIST OF LETTERS,
Remaining in the post-office at Iola,
Kansas, June 19th, 1875:
Atwen, Mary C.
Baily, Jackson
Colgin, John
Day, Nancy
Fox, Mathra
Gould, Simeon
Gilbert, Mrs. A.
Hetts, Likens
Hamilton, C. B.
Oliver, G. T.
Phillips, Iam
Ray. Miss Libbie
Skout, Piety
Sraitb, Cieo. 1
Wax, George W.
S. J. COWAK, P. M.
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Fob a Little Money
Remember
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BASE BALL.
The first game between the Iola and
Humboldt base ball clubs was played at
Humboldt, Thursday afternoon last, rc
Hiiltintr in the defeat of the latter. The
score is as follows :
Iola.
k. u. Hchbolot.
It. o.
l'erkins, C 4
Kennedy, P 6 5
Walker, S. 3 4 5
Keith, 1st B 7
Willis, SndB 7 S
Davis, 3rd II 4 3
Collins, It. F 5 4
Northrop, C.F 8 1
Pulver, .. F 7 2
Total 52 S7
Xewbanks, C 3
ldridge,P 3
Neal.S.S 3
Richards, 1st B....B
Andiews, 2nd II.. .4
Lundy, 3rd II 3
Parka. L. K 4
Smith, C.F 6
Wakefield, K.F...4
Total 38 27
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lola.... 9 S 5 0 4 9 5 6 9-62
Humboldt 0 8 1 2 .9 9 2 1 6-S8
Umpire Chas. Barnes, Humboldt.
Scorers-J. W. Hart, O. H. Stewart.
Time was called by the Umpire at 3:25
n. m.. Humboldt boys at the bat On
account of several appeals from the de
cisions of the Umpire the game was pro
tracted till 0:45. The game should have
been nlaved in one-half the time. But
one double play was made during the
game a fly ball taken and thrown to
first base by D. Collins, thereby putting
two out. On a forced run with Davis at
the bat, a splendid bat brought the three
base runners in and left the batter on
third base. Other good plays were made
upon both sides but lack of' room pre
cludes general notice.
The second game of the scries will be
played on the grounds of the Iola Club
next week probably on Monday.
COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS.
Iola, Kansas, June 16, 1875.
Council Chamber : Council met
pursuant to adjournment The roll being
called the following Councilmen answer
ed to their names : N. F. Acers, W. H.
Richards, J. H. Richards, .G. W. Apple.
Minutes of last regular meeting read
and approved.
Finance Committee reported favorably
on bill of H. A. Perkins for $12 and
order drawn on Treasurer for the same.
Accounts of White & Chollete, John
Woollomes, and B. King, were referred to
Finance Committee with instructions to
report forthwith. Committee reported
favorably on said bills and recommend
ed the payment out of street fund. An
order was ordered drawn on. .Treasurer
for the several amounts.
Account of J. E. Thorpe was allowed
STATE NEWS.
The population of Neodesha is 66G,
Garnett will celebrate the Fourth of
July.
Defiance, Woodson county, is to nave a
mill.
The poll tax in Wichita amounts to
$1,500.
Fifteen candidates for Sheriff in Nem
aha county already.
Topeka is to have a good, old fashioned
celebration on the Fourth.
It is suggested that the State Fair be
held this year at Junction City.
New hay is oflered at $7 per ton in
Anderson county, with no takers.
Mr. Robert Kunber is contemplating
starting a glass factory at Wathcna.
a l.or.l nf sntelnnc has several times
tin season come within a few miles of
Newton.
Government pays $7.24., per cord for
hard wood, at Fort Riley, and $4.80 per
ton for hay.
A Miami county man and wife recent
ly remarried after a mutual separation
of nice year. ,
The Independence 7V6tme!Hiy3 that
the army bug has made its appearance
near that town.
A Cherokee Alderman was hauled up
and fined for shooting at a'rabit within
the citv limits.
The Colorado beetle, or. potato bug,
has made its appearance in some places
in Osage county. ,
J. G. Wood, formerly of the Topeka
Commonwealth ami St Joe: -Herald, has
opened a law office in Pennsylvania.
Jewell county is to have a vote on the
county seat question on the 28th inst.
Jewell City ind Jewell Center are the
contestants.
Since the 1st of April $290.10 has been
paid out of the Doniphan County Treas
ury for gopher scalps. This sum repre
sents ,VU1 scaips.
Buffalo are making their appearance
in Smith, Osborn and Russell counties.
Antelope, elk, and small game are re
ported to be numerous in those parts.
Tim Marshall County Xeiet confesses
that its editor is ignorant of the cause of
the quarrel between tho Xeics and the
Waterville Te'tgraph. Who does know ?
Prof. Whitman, of the' Agricultural
College wanta all strange bugs sent to
him. No more bed-bugs need be sent,
unless the necessary beddjng accompa
nies them. t
The County Commissioners of Linn
countv have agreed to purchase nine
hundred bushels of seed corn, to be used
in that county by persons unable to pro
cure seed for themselves.
The editor of the St Mary's Tunes says
h-t on his wav to Topeka the other day
hn row two men nlowinc corn with cul
tivator, so arranged that the men waiicea
under a canvas awning all the time.
The cheese factory at Towanda, Butler
county, is using one ton of milk per day
from 120 cows, from which they make
200 pounds ot cheese. This cheese is
worth 14 cents per pound, wholesale.
Mr. George Brenner, proprietor of the
extensive vineyard at Doniphan,
says that not a single green thing is left
him bv the grasshoppers. He figures the
loss of his grape crop this year at ten
thousand dollars.
Mrs. Ramsey, the wife of the Sheriff
of Ellis county, who was Kiiiea a lew
davs aeo by a horse thief whom' he at
tempted to arrest, is insane irom ner ai
fliction and has been taken to the Sisters'
Hospital, in Leavenworth.
Rev. Father Scholl. of Junction City,
has appointed special services at the
Catholic church, beginning on Wednes
day, June 15th, the object being prayer
for the preservation of our crops. The
special session will continue till Septem
per.
Capt Haskell predicts that real estate
transactions will -be livelier in Kansas
within the next five years than they
have ever rjeen at any lime in ins previ
ous history of the State. He says if he
had $10,000, he would salt it all in real
estate. Commonuxalth.
T. A. Thompson. Lectarer of the Na
tional Grange, will visit Kansas about
the first of July, .and will spend five
weeks in the State, giving instructions
and lecturing upon the unwritten, as
well as the written work and all other
matters pertaining to the order.
Out in Smith countv a divorce case oc
cupied theurt A lady witness de-
clined to answer a question, and the at
torney demanded her reason. "Because,
it is not fit to tell to decent people." "O,
well," said the Jawyer,- "just wait: up
lie Great le& Dollar Cassi&ere Us
At YATES'
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will s-Te by gmng me a cuu.
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new cedar telecraph Doles from Junction
City to Parsons, fa place of the oak ones
which nave decayed and are insecure.
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Lire boM..,, , ,...,, s.75
Dreuednog... 4? , 00
Mile-cows i..Nan
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Wheat, best 1 19
Wheat, Sad best .-. IN
Cora ei-iw
Oats 73 s
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Green Apple ,.,l.oa31M
Beams..... T. .S6SS
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Butter, 2d quality ,..-. --- J
IrUh potatoes isoe.00
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RISKS.
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Hickory . 3 003 SO
SALT.
Ohio River. 8S
Saginaw .- S 9D
reovisioxj AT KTI- ruff-
IolaMilU, XXXX, per NX) lb 3 75
Iola MU-). XXX, :.. 3 fid
Choice -pri-g t....3 ISg 75
Unham Flour. 3 75
Com meal per 100 pound - 40
Malt pork, per pound 16-
S-frar cured ham !... 17 o
Choice steak , lin
corrxE.
Best Bio, per pound 2SJC
Second Bio per pound tt.So
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Imperial SMI Id
Gunpowder 1 SSAel SO
Japan 1 W
WUM.
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KxC Kc
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Cuba luc
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Sizar house molas-e 6380c
Golden Syrup 1 U)
New Orleans 1 00
Sorghum 73c
-ISCZL-AXEOCS.
Coal oil per gallon 30c
Stone ware per gallon... -. '....I-V0I5
Fruit Jars, glaan, per dozen 150&3 00
To isx ArrucTD.No matter under what form
of sickness you labor, there Is one great truth you
should keep In mind: All disease originates in
an Impure condition of the blood.' Furiry that,
and the disease must depart; but you cannot
purify the blood by the use of poisonous drugs,
and exhaustive stimulants. The best Blood Puri
Jttr ever discovered is Da. Wa-kek's f-ujous
EG-t itTTE-s, compounded or simple nerus.
EQUALIZATION.
The Board of County Commissioners of Allen
county, Kansas, will meet. at the office of the
County Clerk, in Iola on Monday, July 5th,
A. D. LS75, at.o'elock a. m , and sit as aBoard
of Equalization, to equalize the Tarnation of the
real property of said county, at which meeting,
all persons leelinr themselves aggrieved can ap
pear, anil have all errors in the Assessor's returns
corrected, as Justice and equity may demand.
Given under my hand and the seal of said coun
ty, tnis 15th day or June, IS75.
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J SEAL.
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II. A.
XEEDIIA-I,
County Clerk.
ADSIINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
THE STATE OF KANSAS, 1 ,
j-uc oraTT )
In the Probate Court in and for said County:
In the matter of the Estate of )
David W. Ilalverstadt, Deceased.
-Totice is hereby given, that tetters or Admin
istration have been granted to the undersigned on
the Estate of David W. Ilalverstadt, late of said
County, deceased, by the Honorable, the lrobate
Court of the County and btate aforesaid, dated
the J lth day of June, A. D. 1875. Now all per
sons h-rinjr claims against the said Estate, are
hereby notified that tliey must present the same
to the undersigned for allowance, within one
year from the date of said Letters, or they may
be precluded from any benefit of such Estate;
and if such claims be not exhibited within three
rears alter the t
forever barred.
LOUISA TIALYEKSTADT,
Administrator of the Estate of David W. Ilalver
stadt, Deceased. "
Jala, Jians. , June lltb, 1b?. 3 3w
years after the date of eal Letters, they shall be
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lfaiidliif
All person ho contemplate making con
tracts with newspapers for tne insertion orauver-
A DVKKT19TNQ: Cheap: Good; -yieo-ifir.
X X ai
tisements. should send 2 Cental to tieo. --
RoweU A Co., 41'1'ark Kow, New York.'for their
lists of over 2000 newspapers and estimates
showing tbe cost; advertisements taken for lead
ing papers in many states at a tremendous reduc
tion from publishers' rates. Get the Book. 3yl
Wm. Newton,
ManuCictnrer of and Dealer in
HARNESS,
BKDLES,
SADDLES,
&c, &c,
Keeps a Full Supply
Of everything found in a
FIRST-CLASS HA RMS SHOP.
All Work Warrented.
A general assortment of
SHOE FINDINGS.
South tide Maditon Avenue, Iola, K.
FARMERS and CITIZENS,
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST,
W. M . Hartman & Co.
Is the place to get your
Hardware, Cutlery
and good
BLACKSWIITH1NC-
GORHELL & ROBINSON
(Oppoxit. Ike Pottoffiee. Wckinglo areaae,)
Are prepared, to do B"smitiiiso or all
kinds. Special attention gn at to
HORSE SHOEING,
LumberWagon8f
SrKKG WAGONS AND. BUGGIES
Made to order and warranted better than' those
manufactured East.
Grab Flows XaWto toZOrdar
And guaranteed strong and durable. Repairing
of ev?rydescriptlon done on short notice, and
satisfaction -warranted.
.Wacom, Camaoe, Siok asd
OBWAMENTAL PAXHTIH Q
done with neatness and dispsW-$3-
The above firm want atd.--thcj' want those
indebted to them to pay up.
EsTAnuKinu 18G9. Established 1SG0.
)L. L. BfORTHRCP,
BANKER,
IOLA, - - - - KANSAS.
Scaler ia FarJc aad Poataatio
" jP.Taaame.
Passage tickets furnished from all parts of
Kurope to this ana all otner poinis in ine i,mieu
States.
DEPOSITS RECEIVED.
Interest Allowed on Time Deposits as
per Agreement.
Collections made and remitted promptly.
PlnTRicT School Bonds Wasted.
53- Brmek Office for Ike American turnout
Company.
Cools: Stoves
l
RepmrviQ end mtmfktg prwmpHf dame.
IfaBnlaernrer of all kinds of TIN, SHEET
rjj5aiid COPPgit WAKJS.
West sice rsAlic
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