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OFFICIAL P&PEE. OF COUNTY.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, ISS2.
J. H. Bowman and John Frewert, of
.Chanute, were fined S100 and costs last
vaek for selliug the ardent.
jt i Sentenced. vi,-
The trial of Gitteau is over, and he
istands face to face with death. He is
sane enough to comprehend that he
wilL be hung June 30, unless suicide or
sickness saves him 'from the hang
man's noose. Hypocrisy, egotism,'
bravado and unparalled effrontery has
not availed to save him and repent
ance and pleading will not delay the
execution of richly deserved sentence.
There is and can be no sympathy for
him. With him rests the denuncia
tion and hatred of a Nation. The maj
esty of the law has been partially sat
isfied, and will be entirely.
Joseph Bet-son, of Hutchinson, was
,liued $200 and costs and sentenced to
tC0 days in the county jail for selling
Kansas has SO daily newspapers and
316 weeklies, and the Journal says the
state would be benefited if the num
ber could be cut down one-half.
County Treasurer Sheer, of Ander
son county, has resigned hi$ office, and
it is said whisky got away
Financially the affairs of his ollice is
Collector Greeue, of Kiasas City,
Seems to have been quite a thrifty
man but his crop of iudictinents is a
large one. A steal of mammoth mag
nitude has been ninpad in the bud by
The Supreme Court of Kansas de
cided la&t "Wednesday that so much of
the prohibitory law as presciibest a
punishment for drinkeness, was un
constitutional on the ground that that
provision was not expressed in the
title of the bill. The Court says that
persons legally in possession of liquor
can drink, bum or give it away.
Mr. H. E. Bush testifies in the con
tested election case in Shawnee county
that he paid out S3,000 to secure the
office of sheriff. It is possible that he
will escape the charge of buying votes
Jnit he can never expect to convince
people generally that he is not a fool
of the first degree. The whole inves
tigation goe3 to show that money was
spent verr freely by all the candidates.
Castor Ie;ui,s and Flax.
These are special crops, or the castor
been is, and are not widely cultivated.
This section ot Kansas has been
found peculiarly adapted to the suc
cessful growth of, these crops! Both
do best in a warm, dry climate, and
actual cultivation has shown thatthey
do well here. In Xeosho, Franklin,
and Johnson counties it may be said to
be one of the leading crops raised.
That they have been a source of orofit
with him. ' JAi" eugngeu in uieir cultiva
tion, all or nearly all will bear witness.
Cultivation .nd h. rvtting is simple
and requires little or no outlay for ma
chinery. As a crop the are nearly
insect proof; belinging to the night
shade family they also bid defiance to
chinch bugs. For' the last fifteen
years it is claimed they have been be
low a profitable price but twice, and
generally, at a most remunerative fig
ure. Corn aud other staples have
been below this oflener, a great deal.
Believiug these crops to be success
ful ones, especially castor beans, we
would urge upon the farmers of Allen
county the importance of cultivating
at least a (aw acres. Seed can be pro
cured an reasonable terms and paid for
when the crop is harvested. We be
lieve it will pay our farmer friends to
try it. It has paid the farmers of oth
er counties in this section of the State
It would be a good idea for our mer
chants tofoim a pioiectjvo association
from the lacjt that hi every community
there are a ehtss of men who obtain all
the credit they can from one merchant,
leave the bill unpaid and go to the
next man and serve him in the same
manner. By forming s.n association
each merchant can furnish all others
with the standing of his doubtful cus
tomers. "When a stranger ask3 for
credit his standing can be kuowu by a
glance at the Ii.-'.
Donavin's Tenncsseeans, a colored
concert company, composed of live
ladies and five gentleman, gave a sat
isfactory aud enjoyable entertainment
in the presence of a large and enthu
.siasjic audience at the Opera House
Tuesduy night. The programme in
cluded a varied selection of melodies,
among which were "Rise, shine,"
Camp a little While," "Jonah and de
Whale," "We got de ebt for to Pay,"
"Good News," Ac, led by J. T. Pres
ton. This troupe, like other colored
troupes, occupies a position peculiar to
itself in the field of music. Their- jhie
rendition of the beautiful and smil-J
stiri.ug melodies is marked by a beauty
of enunciation and excellent time, that
The loir. Kaiiroad.
We are inclined to the opinion that
some of our people do nor quite realize
the importance to Topeka of the Ne
braska, Top."ka, Iola and Memjdiia
railroad. At sometime in the near fu
ture we shall have something to sav
on the subject. At present we have
only space to refer to the importance
oi reaching tne region known as the
Fort Scotc coalfields. The coal from
that ivgiou is the only coal in the
State that will make gas, or that can
be used in working iron. Topeka can
never hen gieat city tiWshccan have
manufacturing establishments, and
can not have them till she can got
cheap coal. This railroad' will put a
atop to the injurious practices of the
owners of the greatcoal fields in 0age
county. Until we have a railroad into
the Fort Scott coal fields we must sub
mit to the impositions which are put
upon us by the ownn of the teal
mines which uuw supply Topeka. Tin
railroad extends as it will be thiowgh
the great ti in bored pineiies ofAiknu
sas will bring us the lumber needed,
not only for building purposes and
fences, but also to make wagons,
spokes, hubs, &c, &c, thin building
up here great manufacturing estab
lishment, such as are now" in the
states east of us. This road will not
only be a benefit to Topeka but the
whole state reaching, as it certainly
will, from the Northern line to or neaV
Memphis on the Mississippi River, be
low the freezing point. Our produce
can then be shipped all the year
around, and reach the cheap outlet of
the Mississippi River. But this is a
subject that we shall talk of at some
future time. Topeka Commonivcullh.
Mr. D. M. Smith, of Cirlyle, was in
town Wednesday. ' ' ' ""
Mrs. A. Gifford i3 visiting her
parents at Lawrence.
L. T. Holstein, of Els more, wa.3 in
town Wednesday a short time. "
D. Carmen and Chas. Merritt, of
Geneva, were in town Wednesday.
Mr. A. Trego, a Salem township
gentleman, was in town Wednesday.
F. Rogers and J. C. South, of Fort
Scott, were registered at the Leland
General Dexter E. Clapp, of Yates
Center, was registered at the Leland,
Mr. Geo. A. Bowl us is not expected
b ick frjni New York. until the latter
part of next week.
Jno. W. Scott went to Lawrence
Wednesday to attend a meeting of the
Board of Regents or the State Uuivor
sity. Mr. Hackney, of the firm of .W. J.
Hackney & Son, LaHarpe, was in town
Wednesday and made us a pleasant
Mr. A. F. Palmer, of Yates Center,
was in town last week making ar
rangements to handle the Davis Bro's,
Hour in thai place.
Judge Allison went to Humboldt
Monday evening to testify as a witness
in the whisky case on trial. But it
was nieiely as to whether the parties
had a lawful perjnit.
T. H. DeHaven, ofElsnjore, was in
town Wednesday and made us a pleas
ant call. He has sold his farm and
will rent oue the coming year from
Mr. Fisher near Humboldt.
Mr Lawrence, of Iola, was in town ,
tin? week in the interest ot the Coni
stock Scale Company, for which he is
agent. While here he sold one to Mr.
J. Walker, which he will put up this
week. It is a four ton scale and the
price was 115. Colony Free l'eex.
quests at tne i'enu. Ucntraj, Sun
day, Feb. o: 11. W. Ilcatop, Phila
delphia; Theo. W. Kitchen, Chicago;
E. McCookle, R. P. Evans and II.
Weikert, Kansas City ; Philip Jacobs,
St. Louis ; II. A. Peck, Mercer, x . .;
C. W. Maun, New York.
The "Home and Society" depart
partment of Tim Century Magazine
will bo demoted, during the next three
singers of greater pretentions could ob- or ft,' ujonths, lo a subject of first im-
serve to good effect. Excellent atis-1 "" 10 nome liieuio proper cou-
faclion was given at this place and
should they be prevailed upon to re
turn (which is unlikely) they would
be greeted by as large au audience
as could get into the Opera House.
Report of Savonb .rg &cuv.qi for the
month ending Jau. 'M, 1SS2.
Average atte.i lance, 30. Names of
pupils that sdqod 100 jn deportment:
Aura Cox, JIi;ldah Clark, Bertha
Jackson, Viola Cox, C:rrie Linguist,
Myrsie 11 id , Vijla Ilntr, Florence
Leighton, Ellis Clark, Clifton Hull",
Allie and Lizzie Stof -r, Tild ih and
Albert Swanson, Mary Weberg, Jen
nie Cox, Minnie Randall, Katie Leigh
ton, Annie Stofer, Eddie Hull', Grant
Rowe, Albert Clark, Clarence and
Warre Hibbs, Lenna Butterfjeld. Sa
die Ilibbs, Cora Lemon, Anna, Tihlah
and Charlie Peterson, Mary Stofer,
Mary Ah. -iron .
A. Voder, Teacher.
C.eneva Jottiugg. "
Feb. 8. Social aud donation Febru
Rainy, election morning and only 57
came to the polls. The vote stands
Warner,' 55; Hall, 54; Gray, 54; Mat
t ion, 54; Grocsbcck, 54; Esse, 53; New
In response to notice, a church social
and free-will donation party gathered
at the well appointed residence of pas
tor Irwin, Thursday evening. Out
three denominations were represeuted
by parties influential in each, and the
cllbrt was both a success and a very
pleasant occasion. Keeping good, sea-
liable hours the company departed,
not forgetting to leave substantials
Less than half, by considerable, of
the electors came to election aud tin
ickctin nomination was voted very
straight. Deck Warner for trustee,
mil Harry New bro for constable, each
came within two of receiving the en
A short time ago Lon. Howlaud
called our attention to a very neat sat
factory way of testing the accuracy of
platform -cales by government tea
weight. It almost seemed as though
a feather would fluctuate the beaut
Heury Ceaseof late, has much increas
ed his barn and shed aeomnudations.
Others need todo thesamefor the sim
ple reason that it pays a large profit,
ven in Southern Kansas, to provide
varm, dry shelter for all our stock.
Geneva Congregational Church and
Society will hold au inform d si.il at
lie stone church, Thursday evening,
'ob. Kith. The occasion is to evtt-nd ;
pleasant I'nvw 1!. a a slight tok:i oi
appreciation of the faithful labor.-? of
ie oVp.u-iinj- pass tor, Rev. 2. C '1 ,d..
cc-nmpauicd by whatever farewell di
lation anyone feels prompted to give
V pleayant social time is expected and
.-very m is l.e.vby asked to come and
Congregationalists are reminded ot
die imporfaijce of atfending then .
.nirch mj'-tiiig next Sunday alter sei
.ice, to fake necessary action in regaiu
o their church constitution. N.
Mr. Whitlow Jost a horse from pink
Mr. Rumble is building a good barn.
DeHart & Son are painting their
Mr. E. Shira is buildiug a dwelling
house in the south-east part of town.
W. Daniels is in -luck. They are
twins and all parties are doing well.
There was a light attendance at the
election which resulted in a Republi
can victory. W. M. Mattocks being
elected trustee; A. B Isaacs, clerk;
J. W. Sapp, treasurer; Hareleroad and
Armstrong, con-tables; Butteriielii
and Berry, Justices.
A Mr. Jones, of Ft, Scott, passed
through here last Monday with a tine
lot of mules.
J. P. MeGIashen has gone to 111. on
a visit to his brother. He will be ab
sent about two we eks.
Win. Mattocks informs us that hi
will plant fOmeSO varieties of pota
toes. Some of our citizens met at Moran
hut Saturday and organised an ant.
leagne society. Pencil.
KKOM ANOTIIKH CORRESPONDENT.
Mr. Gom-11 is having the founda
tion laid and cellar dug for his new
housp. Ezra Willett is loiii- thn sf.rnn
.vorkoml Willis Gorrell and Ira Mo S"?JfPT tUl n.C0Qssity tto
, . ,, .. . , ofrer large rewards to spies and in-
Nanght the dn:t work. - former to see.thut legally elected offl-
Mr. Mitchell sold a lot this morning leers oi our laiget counties aud cities
The anti-Prohibitionists of Hum?
boldt township, in ,mass convention
assembled, make the following decl&?
ration of principles :
Whereas, The the two great po-'
litical parties of this State in their re
spective State, conventions assembled,
refused to consider, and cowardly
dodged, the Important issue of prohjl
bition ; and,
Whereas, Prohibition has proved;
a great curse to this State, continuing
a fruitful source of strife and litigation,
with no promise but evil for the
Resolved, Whenever political parties
decline to meet important issues
promptly, they lose their usefulness,
and no longer deserve the support of
Htmjlvedt Thtat the prohibitory
amendment does not represent the de
liberate judgment of the maiority of
the people of Kansas ; and that the
law passed byour last Legislature to
enforce saii ajnendpient 'ia a disgrace
to civilizatiou. wrong in principal, de
moralizing in effect, detrimental to
every interest of the State, breeding a
spirit of lawlessness most dangerous to
society, and in the iuterest of good
government we declare for its speedy
licsolvcd, That we respectfully call
on 4he anti-prohibitio' ists of this
comity and State everywhere to organ
ize elubi, and in all future elections
make prohibition the main issue, to
the end tnat Kansas be again free, and
future governors of this common.
The trouble with some people Is that
.they occupy a false position. They
cannot, or will not, see not in- tem
jieranee question in Kansas is no long
er a dispute as to methods, but a niai-
,ter of the enforcement of a statute :,Jies for damp walls and cellar
struction ot houses with reference to
protiction against fire, and the dan
gers to health arising from imperfcet
drainage, imperfect ventilation, and
damp walls. The articles will be
written by experts, vhose aim it will
b. to 'live practical hints i persons
intending to build, mj that they will
be able to examine intelligently the
plan of architects a'nd the work of
builders. In the March number will
appear the ri', by George Martin
IIuss, on "'House Foundations. '' in
Whioh attention is also -riven to reme-
"Benent" Programme for this Even
ing, February 10, 1SS2.
Quartette. Wait?. Song.
ire-citation "Our Folks." J. II.
"BashfuincsV R. ! Whitaker.
Solu Miss Alice Hint ley.
Elective Exercise Dr. DcMoss.
"Woman's Bights" Carrie Ellis.
Trio Little Farm well Tilled."
"Is the World Growing Better?"
J.- W. Scott.
Beading "Ah Sin." T. S. Stover.
which puts argument aside and com
mands certain things to be done and
certain other things to be avoided be
cause a majority of the people have
expressed a preference for such u pol
icy over all less pronounced and thor
ough ones. That a great many per
sons voted against this
notbiai: to do with (lie
Jn the Shawnee county District
Coiirt, Judge Morton, last Wednesday
rendered a decision of great import
ance, 'and which greatly 'affects 'rail
road ou' paju'es. He hdid that the law
which prov ides where, in the case of an
appeal by the land-owner from the
award of the commissioners n'onoiuted
policy Inisi toappraXse'laud'for" railroad purposes,
fact that it ' tlmt p'rtipn"bf the'law Which permits,
Geneva, Kas., Feb. 8, 1S82.
Editor IiCgMer:We take this
means of expiessing our many thank
to the people of the different churches
(Pres. Cong, and M. E.), and neigh
borhood, w made us a pleasant visit
on the 2nd inut., thus showing their
good will, and leaving behind them
manifest tokens of regard for our
welfare. May they all ever be blessed
with kind and substantial friendship
in jheir own homes.
S. M. & L. A. Irwin.
Feb. C Mr. E litor: As there has
been, nothing contribute to your val
.ubic p.ii'ci hum tins place r.r awio
line', I with pleasure would throw ii
ny little mite.
We are sorry to say that Mr. E. S.
Jlaik has left us and gone to Giiv.rd
viiere lie expects to make his iutuc.
'1 he wife of Mr. Joseph Huff died
.cry suddenly last Th-irsd.-y. The
remains , ere interred m ihe cemetery
here on Friday.
Rev. Lemon commenced a meeting
heie at this place and it c nthiucd for
several days aud nights but it closed
very suddenly as a great many of our
citizens expected Inm to form au or
.ani. itioti at thH place.
Mrs. Martha Bauer and three chil
drcn were iowu from McPljcra-ou coun
y a few days ago, Waiting with J. M
Win. Crs hn3 left us and gone t
Illinois, we presume to his wife's
Two of the parties thr.t shot into our
school house were arrested 3 weeks
ago aud taken to Humboldt. The boys
plead guilty and we understand were
lined $'.) each.
The funeral of W. A. Oaborn's litf'c
boy, who died, about three weeks ago,
was preached last Sunday at the
school house bv Rev. Watson, of the
German Baptist Church.
We are sorry to say that Mr. Aimer
Yoder wj-s compelled to clo-e his
school here lost Tuesday a1 he could
not got a certificate. Mr. Yoder gave
us good satisfaction and we would
liked for him to have taught the other
U-e Timillv flflnnf,.,! nn.l iu . ,.! IIOlWlUIMiKIl lllg UlO UllUeUl OI W1C
. i... , , , . " owner, the com pin v' to fake
i.Lfi vvk fuutiu (win jvgui evsiuiil.
met occupy such lano, upon givin,
as mue-u aa tuelawb regulating our b-nd, js )t c-omplvin- with the pr -public
schoojs and governing the col- ,Mon of the coi-aftim n, which pr -leciioiioideOB,
a, w question submit- vi.hs that compensation be made in
.ed to popular vxue i cv er determined money, or a dep -sit thereof, and is
.m .V'T ly' tePh)vtl tcrfcr.s therefore unconstitutional and Void,
with "personal dowry." if that term is .
to be construed .to ..mean the right of
tne citizen ,to do as he jdeasea, what
ever others may Think about it. We
are jn the habit of voting bonds to
jrailrbad9,omctiucby very slim ma
jorities; audthctaxcfl thu authorized
fhave- to "be paid not mcrejy by those
who favored the bonds, but by Ihoss
'who opposed them, as well. A man
who should advocate the non-payment
and repudiation of -ych taxes on
the ground that divrrs ceroiid had
voted against the law and jjh6t:ght;t
unwise and .too stringent would xn-tm-py
a position" exactly analogouso riiat
.-asumed by nme with regard tame
prohibitory liquor 1-iw. It w n--t p-p-alblo
ffur everyludy to he euited jn
these ii.alter?; bur it i. p.-Ksjblo, as it ,
i general inasu meting will con
vene at Geneva academy building,
Tuesday evening, Feb. 14th, at early
caudle light; and proceed to organize
a Geneva Township Prohibition
League. Fathers, mothers, citizens,
young men aud young ladies, we ask
for your presence. May we have it'
Ordered by temperance meeting,
Wednesday eyening, Feb, 8, 1832.
The conspicuous fault of our official
system in Kansas, according 1o the
Atchison Champion, is the-multiplica-tion
of local cilices. As an observant
man once said : '-There are are nfe least
two thousand dogs in this town, and a
hundred would lie amply sufjicicnt to
do the business."
A wltnet-s ota liquor trial in Well
ington recently testified that he drank
two drinks at the alleged taloon. He
believed them to be the same drink,
both out of the same bbttlc. but one of
them t iatt-1 like whiskey with a little
wot riui , ami the other t.sied iike
water with a little whik- v in it.
Is loyal and sensible, lor everybody to The county -ommis5onera met
accept' Ufc sifu.ition, and yiehi lint , tM v to canVasa the returns of the
respect and .obedience to thewiU'o,. " . , .. 1UUI""J1 il
Wni.n!nrliv ivlthoiit whiHi soverii- t,m!U,"1P ''o and attend t..
Jiient is a farce and so-iety
fuukc-belieye. Topctui Capital
V- such ohtjjoiint-ss as mav come before
i ... ii -
Li6t of letters remaining in the post
office at Iola, Kaunas, Feb 10, lSt-2.
Arling, Mr ' Mikles, Phebe"
Holm, Wirt W Phelps, J. T
Mead, S H Waters, John
Persons calling for these letters
please say "advertised." .
C M. Simpson, P. M.
A farm of 80 acres, 3j miles east of
Iola. Geod b'-aring apjl.-, pach, and
cherry orchard, us) small fruits. Par-
tics wishing to purchns? call on
John WiLbirrr, Iola, Ks.
The uiidersisrned hoi a 4 ton Fair-
h ink's stock scale
cale which will 'be Jd
J. W. KuTEIt!.ON.
R3membcr the Literary to-night. J
The following list of strays is adver
tised according to law for the week
ending Feb. 1st, 1852:
Mare. Taken up by James Hitfton
in Cottage Grove township, one bay
mare, 14 hands high, saddle marks,
shod all around, small white spot in
face, supposed to be 8 or 0 years old.
Mare. Taken up by Mrs. C. A.
Cummings, iu Deer Creek township,
one dark bay pony mare, right hind"
foot white, small white stripe in face.
supposed to be 2 years old, valued at
Mare. Taken up by H. E. Vande-
raan, in Geneva township, one iron
grey filley about 2 years old, white
spot on msiaeol right Mud. loot, val
Mare. Al3o by the same one bright
bay Inare about two years old, very
light star in foiehead, valued at $30.
Iloise. By tho same one sorrel geld
ing, 2 years old, blaze face, smail white
spot on upp.T lip. hind feet and ankles
white, valued at $20.
Colt, By the same, one bay horse
coit, one year old, hlaza in face, right
hind jbotand ankle white, valued at
Steer. Taken np by J. M. Robert
son, in Humboldt township, one red
and white steer, 18 months old. valued
Steer tken np by 8. D. Branden
burg, In Marmaton township, one roan
steer two years old, branded on each
hip with thf Setter A, valued at $20.
Mare. Taken up by R. H. Ktrkfcltr
in Deer Creek township, one sorrel
nvire poney, white face, risrhtf in fo;t
whit , crest, falj , s-iddls marked.
s:n-dl sc-ir oi -rigl'st hind leg, white
spot on right sjde of neck, supposed to
be 7 years old.
Garden Seeds in Bulk at Becks.
upon which will he built a butcher
Mr. Clothier has commenced laj'ing
the foundation for his cabinet shop.
Mr. Ard has a car load of hogs ant
-attlehere ready to s.hip to-niorrow.
While Geo. Barnes was haut!iinr
his gun one day last week he let i
fall striking the hammer and the r
tu'.t was b th barrel: went off, am
Jeo. has been hunting for one of hi
ars ever tinev for which he will gi
i libeial reward f t its return.
Our new blacksmith,, Mr. Piers".!
has just arrived with his family from
Theie will be j grand entertainment
h -Id at the dept at Moran on th
celling of the lith inst.,-tor the bene
lit of the Sabbath School.
Mr. Daniels our restaurant man, is
two ahead and both boys.
More anon. 1Ioli,y Hock.
FKOM ANOTHER. COKKEjjPONHKNT.
A great many f irmeis around th:.
:uirg are plowing and getting read;,
for spring crops;.
L. If. Gorrell i-j laying 1 he found -lion
for his new house on Main street
Will D -Hart's new store h almost
Mr. Vestal, our energetic hay press
man, has been e impelled to lay tine of
his presses aside on account of i)r
amount of damaged hay in the conn-
C. P. Keith i.s quite sick with fever.
Dr. Gumming, of Rocklow-, thinks
of locating in our town.
Dr. Strong I1113 been quite busy vac
cinating the younger portion of our
town thj-j week.
The young ladies of Moran all sin jr.
0 how I love (to) Steele," and by the !
wai . Will is nm if th.iu.. (-iu!if. lmva
I ' ' w !"-" "".- J
I you Know.
I Rob Dawson erys look out for his
big advertisement, next week. This
mtiot mean new yoods. Rob kuows
how to i;so priqter's ink, ami says it
Our jovial post maslcr'went over to
Ft. Scott last week on bufcincs.
We had the pleasure of a friendly
shake with the Mayor of Iola and that
irresistable dry goods man, J. W. Me
Clure, the for part of the week, ns they
passed through to Scott.
The Moran Sunday School will give
a festival and concert the 14h of this
mouth. The committee on arrange
ments guarantee a good tim.y to all
who come, aud our foraging committee
start oqt full handed. All must look
forward to the time for lots of good
things to cat, both for yourself raid
do obev the law.
Corr-ctrd '! ImreJ.-ir noon of each wrek.
Rniii)irice-.oaiiritll.ceanii sl-Uiu; price oni
I fay tier
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Rue '.wheat Hour. ..
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IU'siih j rlm-hcl
Wo iljier omi
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Bucon side pcrpon-'il
' h.im "
( h!cV.uuo i er dozen
Iirisil poaches . . .'.
.. S C05S 28i
.. 4 00-24 7
., X 00(54 w)
. 1 yS2 ft
. 2 0-.&3 50.
2 00&2 2S
, 23. ir-3:a.Hcx.
VriT 3'DE PUBLIC 5QCJJLB,
IrsUII t.n dtfk with tb
t ?ffe t
Evorbr lght t. Iol.
3"CniI and trexie ?t tlin OM Cornor Sfanrt.
Wcst of the River.
Feb. 8 Who is it that would not
live In the sunny clime of Kansas?
Mrs. I. B. lawyer- has returned
from her visit to Indiana, bringing
her mother with who will visit awhile
in sunny Kansas.
Mr. X. Patton who le.'t Kansas a
little over a year ago has" returned to
The winter term of Enterprise school
taught by M. A. Weckerly, closes on
All persons interested iq the tem?
perance causo are re'quest-'d to attend
temperance meeting at Liberty church
Friday night, Feb. 10.
A big time is expected at the Liter
ary to be held at Enterprise school
house on Saturday night; all are in
vited. . 00CA8I0HAJ.
I Imj- and --ell lor Cash, wjd can offer
Than anr honso that sells on timo.
J"C mparcth-following prices irlth whs
J ou have bc-M pi i ijj:
Best Rio Coffee, G pounds for $1.00
Best Boasted Coffee, 5 pounds for
3 lb. T raatoes, 15 cents.
St.- ndard Flour, warranted, $3.10
Best Green Japan Tea, 60c per lb.
House and two acres of choice land.
Joins Hiueebaro, Douglnes county,
Illinois, Fenced, two wells, one story
dwelling house, one room with kitch
en. All clear of incumbrance, price
$300. Would trade for a small im
proved farm in Allen County, Kansas.
Addr'gg, Geo. V.. BowDJin, Uiiiss
boro, Douglass Co., Illinois.
Between C and 0 thousand fence
po.ts. walnut and h uiey locust, for
s:!e from 8 to 10 cents each. Call at
the old McClure farm, 3 miles north-
cast oi loia.
3w Rudolph Wexzel.
Bread, Pies, Cakes,
(Inoltrilng Eye and Graham Bnal-).
WAEM MEALS AT ALL HOUEB.
A complete line of
CIGABS, TOBACCOS, Ete,
We!t Rlle PnhHe Soare, IOLA, KAKM
STATE OK KANSAS, 1
Arjif.w Coc?mr. J
tn the JroLafta Court to and for aald Couly;.
In tno. mst1r of ,bm mMb Quajji-.
'ot't-I?-hereh-r?lTu) -f" Tnnwia
iitOaM rl, by the JlororobJ, tlie PrototeOow
or 0,n Ciactv ar.tl Stct arirwaJd, dated tHe
ii ti flay ot "January, A . U. 18cS. Kor lt
icrf'ins hftvinir rlairo-t nmlnst the sa!dtnt,
nr-lif-rfv io:i5fd Octthoy rni.o present the
h t e to tf's ii i'-r l.'fi ro'rallO'vaTfe, vihln
ore jeir fnm Ihe 'lii'w t aid Letters, orthPT
tisri' l'i j ie Imt'-l Tr m itny beneflt of aurh
tr.trf- i : t'ni IfKJii-l-JtislH-nit exhibited
iruli t1 r-'inritT:!Kttjtof8aIdLitterB?
tlitv ili.il! J e f r-'Vt-r l-'rr-l.