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f VOL. XIVl IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 3, 1880. HO.- - CCa & IQL Av REGISTER. I . " .. .... L ia-k py OUK AHHOUKdaJK T. -83- OFFICIAL MFEBFJft C0CSTY.S OFFICIAL PR OF TME TI OF -TOLA. Trtibiac Rates. fcPACE. IF- "iiio 1 inch 2 inches.... - inches.... ii column -JJ column.. J eolunn... J5 20 35 05 100 SwbMrlstUm Rates- One copy oneear. w 92.00 One copy six months..., 100 j nree moMtns, ao cents, biv weeks, 25 cents Single copy, 5 cents. 51. A. Pebkixs, Prop CHURCH DIRECTORY. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Corner of JeHerson Avenne mid Broadway St. "trvices eery sabbath t 11 a;rn. ami 730 p. m Cl.us meeting immediately after the morning1 stiuee. sundny school nt 9.30 a. m., W. H.i 'Jhurdaj evening at 7. ISO p. m. Strangers andt inters m the city and all others cordially invit-l eu to au mejeisowices. D- T. Summehmlia:, Pastor. PRESBYTERIAN, i Corner Madison A eifcie and Western Street l'i caching at 11 a. m. and 7 p in. everj sabbath, hjjibith chool ut 0:45 am. Prayer nieetingev iij Wednesday evening. If jou haven't a list of the pm er meeting topics, ask the leader for one. strangers aie welcome to all these -9er ices. E. S". MiiXa.ii, Pastor. BAPTIST. On Sycamore Street. Services on first and third Sabbath of each month. Sabbath School t err Sund iy afternoon at .1 p. m. Prajer meet ing ihursdaj eening I. X. Wiman, Pastor- WESLEYAN METHODIST. Every second and fovrth Sunday in Baptist; htircd at 11 o'clock a. to. I ciiv Rcw vv, P istor. i CHRISTIAN. Services at Masonic Hall on first Sunday of every month at 11 o'clock a in. Thos. Bahtiett, Pator, CHRISTIAN. The Chrixtiao Church of Iola, Allen county, Kansas, meets for worship the Second Lord'! Day in each month in the Masonic Hall. D . W. WJTTEKS, Pastor. .T. C. Todd, Elder. SECRET SOCIETIES. U. O. A. T. Regular meeting at Odd Fellows' Hall Monilaj ecnings, at 7 o'clock, ofuich week. J. C. MURRAY, Templar. J II. VxsjTavs, Recorder. IOLA LODGE NO. 38. A. F. &A. M. ReirularmcetingsfirstSaturdaj in uich mnut4i. AM Masons in good standing .ire i in ited to attend. A. J. FULTOX, Y. M. .Tas. Bcrvs, Sec'3'. IOLA LODGE NO. 21. I. O. of Odd Fellows hold their regular meet ings et ery Tuesday evening, in their hall Vis iting brethren in good standing are inwted to attend. John Everhcart, Recording Secretary. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. W. H. SLaVENS, OUXTY ATTORNEY, nd Counsellor at Law , Iola, Kansas Office at the court house. -J. II. Rich uids C. M. SuirsoN, RICHAROS & SIMPSON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Iola, Allen Countv, Kansas. w. g. Mcdonald, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Office over Hart man & Casmire's Store. 11 9 tf. A. J. FULTON, M. D. Graduate Jefferson Medical College, Philadel phia. Plijsician, Surgeon and Accoucher. Office und resilience over iost office. M. DeMOSS M. D., o FFICE over John W. Scott's Dnig Store Residence on Wasningtoa Avenue. A. GIFFOKD, M. D. v y FFICE over Bartels & Richards' grooery store ? J Residence at Mrs Richardson's boarding houe, Iola, Kansas. DR. S. TOZER, pvENTAL SURGEON, J tola, Kansas MRS. JAS. SIMPSON. M ILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING, Fancy Goods, etc., Iola, Kansas. ELLA F, COWAN, MILLINERY and FfiScy Good3 Front room OTec Cowan's Grocery Store. GEO. BURRIS, MANUFACTURER of all kinds of Wagons Special attention given to horse-shoeing und repairing. Successor to L. H. Gorrell. JOHN BAKER, T3LACKSM1TH SHOP, forth side public rS.nn. Tnl. TTnsiR All work 'warranted Give me a call and try my wort J. J. CONLEY. TOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTURER, Tola, Sj Kansas. Repairing of all kinds done at reasonable prices. Call and see my $8 boots selling elsewhere nt 910. , J. W. CLARK, J t UN SnOP. Guns and Sewing machines re VJpaired in first class style. Satisfaction guar anteed or no charge. Shooting gallery open even- dav. Workdoneforone-halrwnatisnsually charged by tramp workmen. J. E. THARP. BARBER and Hair Dresser, Iola. Kansas. Haircntting, Shampooning, Sharine&c c All w ork done neatly and promptly. Give me a 11 . Shop on Washington avenue. JOSEPH PIKE; t"OOOT AND SHOE MAKER, Iola. Kansas. ' ti Sbon w est side public square. First class w ork guaranteed at reasonable prices. CITY JEWELRY STORE. w ATCIIE5, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY, cleaned ana repaireu as. o. -a. otecu;-. Boss Harness Shop OF ALLEN COUNTY. Tf vnn want GOOIJ Jlifc. AX IJUllOJl .PRICES, give me a call. W. L. BARTELS, South SldePnhlio Square, Iola Xaneas. I w-K trk lno. 3 mo. 6 mo. 41 00 91.S0 3 00 9.100 $7 SO 2 9 250 400 7 .V) 10 00 2 50 3 0 0 00 10 00 15 00 3 50 6W 850 12 002000 6D0 808 12 0025004000 10 00 15 004600 4000 6500 W.l, COWAN, WEST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE, -DE VIJER IV- GROCERIES OF ALL. KIXBS. QV2EXTSWARE CLASSWAES. Tlic Highest Market Price .paid for Butter and Eggs. AGEVT FOR Western Paint and Oil Co.s Liquid Paints. If you want the most goods for tlve least money call and see. $'" f ?-- " . NOTICE. f nm Going, Yours Trulyy H. M. MILLER. METROPOLITAN DRUG STORE. A complete stock of DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, VANISHES, PA TEft T MEDICINES WINDOW GLASS, STATIONERY, COMBS, TOILET SOAPS, PERFUMERY, FANCY ARTICLES, AT Wholesale & Retail- DR. J. W.SCOTT Givc his entire attention to the business and will always be found at the store during busi ness nours, ami at ins residence nigntsnnu Sun days, ready at any time, night orda. to furnish medicines or compound prescriptions with care ami accurac . This is the best place in the county to buy anything in this line. N. IS WINDOW GLASS of all retmlar sizes til waj s on hand and odd sizes cnt without extra charge. OTTEXffS BAKERY Bread, Pies, Cakes, (Including Rye and Graham Bread.) WARM-MEALS AT ALL HOURS. A complete line of Confectionery, Notions, CIGABS, TOBACCOS, Etc. West Side Public Square, IOLA, KANSAS. BUSIMSM LOCALI Advertisements and Loceh tinier this heading. Brevier type, averaging tix words to a line will cost Ten uenix per line jer cacn fuancniion. mgnaiures ana initials make onejtn. P. Hutchinson Will receive in a few days a large stock of groceries, queens- ware ana glassware, wnicn ne will sell at bed rock prices. riC3u xjjc ptaus at ouuiuiuiue $1.20 per bushel. Liawl inA SnAAa .Jf U lAllflMiinnfe Gillihan & Cowan keep all the best classes oriratent Medicine. See that hand-made warranted boot at Anderson & eClute's. The best wagon in the world, at A. W. BECK'S. Everything first class and as low as the lowest at ttutcninson's. t Team for sale, 9 years okL weigh 1 about 2300, also good wagon and liar nee-. Apply at uns otnee. We keep good Tbricfc and sell cheap, 21 miles north-west of Iola. Boggs & Jokes. HutcbiuscttiTvill not be undersold. Have you tried him on Tea ? Money to loan on first class security. Enquire of HENDERSON & BEVINGTON. Klaumann's is the place to buyyour l flour if you want to save money. I uwiiiueuu uaviup luciwmura ii TTiiiltnuyn 1nttnf 4" In A -fV -1 1 1 ttfh "flrv"l a roasung coicee win Keep m resn tossi- ed constantly on hand. Five pounds of tfae besft&to'Cd-fee for $1.00, at Klaumann's. Large stock of new 'goods at Ander son & DeClute's Clothing and Boot Store. Ho advance from last year's prices. Mcmeyto Lean. On first class secarity Enquire of 0E&DERSON & BfEVTGTN. Notice TO 3IY iPATRONS : As yotir attention bas been called to the change in my business Sept. 1st, 1880. will you please be prompt in coming forward and balancing your accounts by cash or note, as I do not intewd to carry old accounts on the books of the new firm. Yours, W. H. Richards. Desolation Notice. The co-partnership heretofore exist ing between Peter Bell and E. D. Brown, under the firm name of Bell fc Brown, is this day, disolved by mutual consent. All persons holdiag claims against the firm will please present them for immediate settlement Iola, Kans., Sept. 1st, 1880. PfcTTER, BKLL, S. D Brown. Dissolution Notice Notice is hereby given that the firm of Wright tfc Anderson is this day dis solved by mutual consent. The ac counts of the firm will be settled by either partner. Parties owingaccounts will please call and settle by cash or note at once. A. E. Wright, T. T. Anderson. Tola Kb., Aug. 20, 1880. Gillilian St Cowan, Dealer in Drugs Affedieiass, PAINTS, OILS, Etc. One door south of O. P. Northrop &. Co. 's store. CHAMPION MBIT MARKET. South Side Madison Avenue, IOLA, KANSAS. Will keep a good supply of FRESH and SALT MEATS SAUSAGE AND LARD, B3-And Sell at LOW PRICES FOR CASMB 5T CASE FAD FOE HIDES et BEATTY BROS. X..K Livexy, Feed and Sale STABLES WEST STREET IOLA, KANSAS. Ej'Saddle Horses, Buggies and Carriages al wa s ready at a moments notice. Charges rco9 I onable. Transient custom a specialty. Senatorial Convention. A delegate convention of the Repub licans of Andersom county met pursu ant to call of Central Committee, in S touch hall at 'Game tt, Kansas, Aug. 25, 1880. In the absence of the chair man and secretary of Central Commit tee, the convention was called to order bv F. G. Barber of fJamett. "Upon motion Hon. R. N. Slonaker of uarnettwas elected temporary cnair- man, and H. A. Perkins of Iola tempo- TOTV SPfrAteTV. Upon motion the chairman was di rected to appoint a committee on 'cre dentials and a committee on erma nent organization, The chair appoint ed J. M. Hargrave, J. W. Delaplain afnd David Ferguson as committee on Credentials. James E. White, Thos. Oowdy and L. Edmuuson were ap- pomtea as committee on permanent organization. The committee on credentials report ed the following delegates duly elected: Anderson county-Washington tp., R. H. Cunningham Indian Creek, J. R Stillwagon; Monroe, H. C Repperte; Ozark, J. B. Rhoades : Lincoln; Jas. Knight; Putnam, J. M. Hargrave; Jackson, Thos. Gowdy ; Rich, H. H. Hickman Walker, J. E. White. Allen conrity-Geneva township, A. W. Howland ; Deer Creek. L. Edmua son ; Osage, E. G. Gilbert ; Elm, J. W. Delalain: Marmaton. J. R. Mc- JNaught: Iola, S. W. SxMtt and H. A. ferKms, .uismore, eatn'l Hibbs ; Ba leto, &. Fergtrson ; "Cottage Grove, J. L. Thompson; Humboldt. J. W. Ellis and M H. Donaho.- Repots of conMnittee accepted and cemro-ittee discharged. Committee fipon permanent organi zation repotted in favor of temporary officers being cotinued. Report re ceived and committee discharged. The convention being, organized it was moved and seconded that a ballot for senator be taken : to vote viva voce'. that each member of the convention arise and state his choice as the roll was called by the secretary, commenc ieg With Allen county. Motion made to amend by taking an informal ballot. Amendment lost, and original motion carried. It was moved and seconded that candidates be put in nomination. Mo tion lost. The roll was then called by ecreta- ry commencing with Allen county. Hon. E. H. Funston received tWeuty votes: Hon. L. K. Kirk three votes Whereupon E. H. Funston Was de clared the nominee of said convention. Upon motion the chair appointed Capt Repperte, A. W. Howland and D. Ferguson as a committee to wait upon Mr. Funston and notify him of ms election. Hon E. H. Funston and Hon L. K. Kirk addressed the convention. Upon motion a central committee consisting of J. W. Cox of Elsmore, F. G. Barber of Garnett and L. Ed muuson of Deer Creek Were appointed. Convention thereupon adjourned 8incdic. R. N. Slonaker, Chm'n. H. A. Perkins Secr'y Sunday School Convention. The annual convention of the Gene va township Sunday School Associa tion Will beheld at Friends' Church on Martin Creek, Tuesday, September 14, 1880, commencing at 10 o'clock a m. PROGRAMME. 10:00-10:30 Devotional exercises, by Rev. S. M. Irwin as conductor. 10:30-11:00 What is the true ob)ect ofSunday School work? FricndBlack ledgc Singing. 11-11:30 How shall' Sunday School scholars be classified? Rev. S. M. Ixwin. 11:30-12 What can be done in Sun day Schools for the cause of temper ance. T. N. Funston. Recess one hour and a half for basket picnic dinner. 1:30-1:40 Prayer and singing. Con ducted by P. M. McClure., 1:402 By whom should teachers be selected? Henry VanDeman 2-2:30 How to secure more faithful ness on the part of teachers. Rev. Mr. Campbell. 2:30-2:45 How should lesson helps be used? Geo. Esse. 2:45-3 Music in Sunday Schools. P. M. Luyster 3-3:15 Reports of Sunday Schools. By their Secretarys. 3:15-3:45 Question drawer. . 3:45-4 Miscellaneous business. An invitation is cordially extended to all Sabbath School workers to be present and participate in the exer cises. C. H. Rhodes, Sec. ReptlDlicau Documents. Republican, county and local com niittees can procure valuable cam paign documents at merely a nominal price, for distribution among voters. They consist of speeches of Garfield and other statesmen on topics of the day, and contain information and sen timencs tnai cannot De too wiaeiy uu fused. They may be had at the re markably low price of 20 to 40 cents per 100, by addressing orders with money to Geo. Frs. Dawson, Treasur er of Republican Congressional Com mittee. 1317 F Street, Northwest, sWaseington, D. C. Weaver, the ree-tarcker Go ing into New England. A special from Washington dated August -26 saysi Gen. Weaver, the Greenbacker candidate for President, who arrived here yesterday, yleft this morning for Boston and Maine. He was asked regarding the statement that he will oppose the Greenback -Democratic -fusion in Maine, and make that opposition the burden of his speeches, fie replied : "There are a number of reports about me. You will brave to wait Until my speeches are ' made. They will show what I advo cate." He was asked. "How about Ala bama?" and replied: "As to that, I ' have no hesitation in saying that there is no prospect whatever of a fair count and an honest election in Alaba ma without an intervention of federal supervision at the polK The DenuF crats down there make no secret of the fact that they counted out votes in op position to their candidates. Before the election they made -an open boast of doine this, and then reported a ma jority of 60,000, whidh cannot be .e3r plained in any otner way." "What is the relative strength of the parties in Alabama ?" "The Democrats have not, upon the most liberal estimate, taore than 70,000 votes, and yet they gavB 60,000 majori ty. The thing is absurd. The total vote is about 170,000, and the combined opposition to the Democratic party, if it could be polled and counted, would have a majority of over 20,000." "While you were in Alabama did - you ever hear it alleged tnat the pres ence of Supervisors at the polls preven ted any Democrats from voting?" "No, they don't pretend to say that but tfaey have a hundred ways of pre , venting the colored people from voting and that without actual resort to vio lence or murder. For instance when a negro attempts to vote the Republican ticket, he is challenged, and all sorts of qaestsons asked him so as to take time, probably ten or fifteen minutes-. Then when the hour for closing the polls arrives there is sure to be a great crowd of colored men who have not been able to get in. their votes. Then they will circulate a story the day be fore election that there is liable to be a row at the polls, and Will advise ne groes, unless they want to get killed) to stay away." t "Will you go south again during the campaign ?" "Yes, I go now to Boston, thence to Maine." "Well, as to whether the fusion in that State will be adhered to, I can't say anything until I arrive upon the ground and have talked with the lead ers of our party. From Maine I shall go to Mississippi, Georgia, Texas, Ten nessee, and Missouri, and cloe the campaign in Iowav The Coming Election. Arkansas will hold an election foi State officers Monday, September 6tb, and will also vote on a constitutional amendment. The next day, September 7:fa, Vermont will elect State officers, n Legislature and Congressmen. On Moti- ' day, September 13th, Maine will vote for vc Congressmen) State officers and a Legislature, and will alto ote on the constitutional question whether a plu rality vote instead of a majority will le required for Governor hereafter. Oct. 5th Colorado will elect State officers and a Congressman. The next day, October 6th, Georgia will vote for State officers only. On Tuesday, October 13th, Indi ana, Ohio and West Tieginia will hold their much talked of October elections West Virginia elects State officers and a Legislature. Indiana will elect Stat officers, Legislature and Congressmen On November 2d the general election will take place. Cut the above out ami paste it in your hat for reference and ts avoid sunstroke. ' , i Another "Dying ;asp." To show how much our beloved . friends down below think of our ciU we copy the latest effusion from the Gasping Bungholt t : There is move on foor, that in case ' the railroad goes to Tola, to 'place tilt cottnty seat about oh the line of Mar- ". maton and Elm townships, locatim? ( ' the new town on the railioad. 'Inert- - l are many points in fUvor of this move fJ" some of which we will briefly allude' to: The location is very desirable. will accommodate the eastern part ot' -- tne county, tiie climate m ill always be healthy and salubrious, and they vail v never have occasion to sprinkle carbu-1 1 ic acid or even ausr on i;ne sireeis au the new town to ward oflTjdisease. Tbi project is gathering force, and will V1 t spread iiKe wild nre When it rairly gete,, i started. " .i Editor Register : The choice of Va- . cation of booths, diriing rooms, etc,.t-, etc., will be sold at auction on''t&j-' grounds of the 'Society,, ThursdVj. September 9th, 1880, at 2 p. in. JJy J order of Board. R.P. Hamm, Sc -- ' , The inter State says that the He-,T publican papers manufactured WdV Hampton's speech at Staunton Vfr ginia. If the speech was mauufaaifr'- v cu.u ausvuuut m nan u uiu ouuiuu Virginia, a 'Democratic newspajr ' 4 . IX joi mi v w- .Ol'! ,Mrir J r. ' a i , - - $r inw 7 At? ;&.(' u v. v.o JS.