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IKW Blnlc Historical Socio'" THE IOLA REGISTER. u - 1vvelxre I?aLg:3 REGISTER, ESTABLISHED ISM. COURANT, KuTABLisnitD 18S3. DEMOCRAT, EtTABMtqiD 1686. ELSMORE EAGLX, EiTABLUHZD 1890. 8AV0NBURQ PR00RE38. EaTABUSHID 1S31. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1898- VOL. XXXII. No. 40 - f i Mi M 1VU w At i Rail Road Tlnje-Tabk. BANTA FE ROUTE. soino iait. CasiongerNo. 2M , 1:23 p.m. " 204 r.2:32 a. m. tTrelgb.tHo.21t ..., 12:a. m. T 720,. 8.55p.m. eOmo Jtrxsr, Foatengor No. Ml ., ........ 2:13p.m. , " 203 ,....,,.!;;. ..,.2:.ta. Freight No. 215 ., '10p.m. Passengers leavtnrlola on our trainee, an at 1:23 p. m. can arrive-In St. Louis net morning tUZSO a. to., Chicago at :Tm.f;ToU!do. Ohio CIS p. m.,Loulavlllc, Ky. 11,7) a. to,, Cincinnati, Ohio lliSO-a. m, "i 7 R.-A. KDOAR, Agent. FORT SCOTr, WICHITA'-' &'WE9tE'RS OOI.NO EAST. ' r 5 No. 10-.Paasenger ... C.Wpta o. 122-Local rreltbt . . .u p m OOINO WIST No. 9 Passeuger . . U.81 a m Mo. Ill-Local freight . lu.00 a m No. lOhas recllnlngohalrcar, seats free frnm Wichita to St Louis, and eMgaut day coach Prom Wichita to Kansas City. No. 9 ha reclining chair car, aeata free from Wichita to Bt Loula and elegant day coaches Kanaaa City to Wichita and Ucnetco. No change of cara between lola and St Loula, arriving at 81 Lou In at 7 20 a m Only oue change between lola and Denver and Pueblo, arriving nt Pueblo at 7-f0 a m., Colorado Springs, 9.37 a. m , Denver 12:10 p. ra. Tourlatexcuralon and through tickets always on band. J. T. Cozad. Agt Dr. J, R, PEPPER, Dsntal Surgeon. Office over Northrup's Bros., store. lola, Kansas. Or. H. W. EWING Dental Surgeon. , GROWN AND BRIDGE WORK. No. 7 West Madison Ave., Dp Stalra. J Nitrous-oxide Oaa administered . . IOLA, KANS. Mrs. E. B. CHRISTY. M. D. Homeopathic Physician and Orlflclal Surgeon. Gpeclsl attention given to dlseaiea of waruen and children. Office up stalra In II. L. Hendersons new build. lng. Hours. 9 to 11 a.m. 1 to 3 p.m. j. C. Glynn, n. D. Oculist and Physician. Office over 'Norubrup's Dry Goods Btoro. r , DO YOU INTEND TO BUJLD A HOUSE, BARN or FENCE? THEN REMEMBER THAT NORTHRTJPS' LUMBER YARD IB THE MOST COMPLETE IN AL IjEN COUNT V, AND THAT MY PRK E8 Rti AB LOW AB THE LOWEST KRUECER & KREUTER. Champion Meat Market North of i'eewylrinfa Hotel, Zola, Kamai, FreSh aijd Salt fleats, Lard aijd Sausage Constantly on hand. Cash paid for Hides. Highest price paid Tor beef cuttle wvvAt,mn'wv H. Reimertf" t t -.Makes Suits To Order . And guarantee a peifuct fit. XOI.A, JIAHHAB, a Trade Marks DESIGNS Copyright Ac. Anyone sanding aaketrh and description may nloklr asoartatn our opinion free whether an qulokly asoartatn our opinion fi Invention la probably patentabli Invention Is probably patentable, rnmmuntcn- lrin..trlRtl.r()nfldft!it nent free. Oldest aa-encr for securing rlctiyconnaen n. OMfiflt ... ...tier for securlnir n1 l'atenta taken thrautH Jluim A Co. recolvo mvretal notice, without charge. In the Scientific jlmericam A handiomelr lltustrnted iroeVlf. I-nrncst dr culation of any BClentltte Journal, Terms, 13 a wnnri fftur mniitiis.iL Hold hall new ml eiil em. i mum It ? MUNN & Co-3B d -.New York uraucu uiucoi vm r au w ciuiujuii, u v. Saved A lioy's T4fo. Mrs. Captain II Ilubbnnl, of Milforti Del . anvs: "llrn7.Hi.111 Halm naved mv lioy's life. He began just like the one we lost wltll croup. We guve Him tt Jew doses. He nuickly dropped to sleep. iud vas all right in Uie uioruliig." GEO. A. HOWLUB, President. TH09. H. UOWLUS, Cashier. MRS. W. M. HARTMAN, Vlce-Pres. A. H. CAMPBELL, Attornoy Bant of Allen County. IOLA, Transacts a General Exchange on Kansas City, Chicago and New York. Makes collections in all parts of the United States NESOHATES FIBST MORTGAGE LOAHS OH WELL IMPROVED FARMS. Correspondence Solicited. MARY E. NORTHRUP. President F. A. NORTHRUP, Vlce-Prealdent, D. P. NORTHRUP, 2nd. Vlco-Preit. EeTABX-ieucEiD nsr ises. Northrups' Bank, IOLA, Responsibility larger than any A deneralBankingRuslness Transacted in ail its branches. Dealers lu foreign and domestic exchange. Collections made at all accessible points and proc-eds remitted on day of payment. Liberal discounts glvou to customers LOANS MADE AND NEGOTIATED ON IMPROVED FARMS. BECK Is still in business, with more goods than ever. Evei'sTtlaixags on STfcieelsi, and will not bo undersold, quality considered. All the Reliable and Leading Firms represented. The best and most popular Cultivators, Plows, Planters, Harrows, Force Food Seeders, Ball and Roller Bearing Mowers, Reapers and Binders, Gas, Gasoline and Traction Engines, Threshers, and, in fact, anything you need. Sewing Machines, Organs, . . . a Specialty . . . 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Pages of ood Reading .,. vmj i.ftu pur ycur. r Hr" tBtaWBtMBttMa TI1K HUMMKK IS KNI)KI. Wreath no more lilies In my hair. For I am dying, alater sweet Or, If you will for tho last time Indeed, why make me fair Once lor my winding sheet. Pluck no more rosea for my breast, For I, like them, fade in my prime Or. if vou will, why pluck them atili, That they may share my reat Ouce more for the last time. Weep not for me when I am (tone, Dear tender one, but hope and smile . Or, If you cannot choose but weep, A little while, weep on. Oily a little while. C. G. Rotetti. Editorial Notes. Tun Populists of Marlon county nominated a lull enmity ticket, but nil the candidates have withdrawn ox- cept two. Kd. Hoch'H health must be unusually ood this full. Tick general Interpretation at Wich ita Is that tho wonl "suburbs," ub used in the terms of surreudcr at Manila, Includes the whole shooting match. -At any rate that is what it used to mean out here. UnclK Dick Uland say he Is for expansion If his people are. As the Arkansaw teacher said: ' sioine thinks the earth Is Hat and some thinks It is round; ,So I teaches It the way tho people wants me to." From the tumultuous jrreetlnsrjrlveu Commodore Schley every time he ap pears In public there tloosn't annear to be much doubt Is the minds of the people that on that particular day In .Santiago bay Commodore Samp son was Acting Hear Admiral. Ai'TKit all, talking about Frank Nelson's long hair, It Is what a man has In his head aud not what he wears outside ol It that counts. And l'rof. Nelson will tako brains enough into tho State Superintendent's olllce next January to make the people forget about his hair. Tin: bonds which President Cleve land ami Secretary Carlisle sold to n secret syndicate composed of their friends uro now foiling in opon market at YSi. The success of the popular war loan makes It quite suro that tho Democrats will not demand a com parison of bond Issues. How funny tlio Democratic and pop. speeches of last spring, denounc ing the President for not acknowledg ing tho Independence of the Cubans, would sound now I In fact, how funny any Dcmocuttto or Populist speech, on any subject and at any time from three mouths to eight years ago, would sound now. Kansah baukers coiunlaln that money Is lying Idle In tho vaults, aud Hank Commissioner lireldouthal warns them airalnst their liractlce of lending it to eastern manufacturers without security at low rates of Inter est. How funny a last year's Pop. speech would sound with its wall about contracted currency ami its do- maud lor more "per oapltor!" Whkn Vernon Kellogg, au JCmpor ia boy, went to Kuropo a few mouths ago, part of his Job was to look alter $1100,000 worth of Jewels belonging to Mrs Loland Stanford, who was a passenger on the same boat. Ho car ried them In a little grip and never let on; but ho confesses now thut ho Whs on tho verge of nervous piostra tiou when tho thing is all over. Oarcltt aaya Fred Kuustou was a deserter Funatouaskudpcrmlsalou to return home to America, but tho government of Uuba re fused to gram him permission. Ho wat then captured by tlio Spaniards, escaped from them and coroo homo. Ho did right. A refusal from the Unban government would bo oiroctual If there weto any Cuban government. ll'IcAlfa A'ugle. Which is all light except that Fred wiih paroled by tho Spanish Instead of escaping from thorn. Wii commend In tho fair inludod I roaders tho following paragraph from the remarks of Senator Charles V. Fairbanks on taking the chair as permanent chairman of the Indiana Republican convention, August 3rd, 1893. "When we last assembled, two yean ago, dlatrcas and commercial paralysis were on every hand. Our people were enervated and our progreis seemed dead, but with the restoration ot the Republican party to power in 1317 an era of prosperity was ushered In. It waa the natural and logical result of the restoration of the Republican party to power and the re-eatabllshmen of Repnbllcan principles in public administra tion. A oooi many Kansas eountles are getting Into the good habit of picking out a good man for the legislature and then keeping him there. Oue of these counties Is Miami whore the Republicans have just renominated Major .1. II. Remington for the 'steenth time. Major Remington didn't cut any more IceutTopeka dur ing his ilrst teim than a good many other men. Rut he has beeu thero to long now, and is known and liked by so many men and has learnetl the ropes ho well, that ho has become a power, and It Is all because tho people of Miami county have had sense enough to keep him there. Leavenworth Timts: A signllleant statement Is credited to Admiral Schley regardlug the Santiago naval battle. To a friend who wus on the Rrooklyn he Is roported to have said that when ho saw the Spaulards com ing out of the harbor that day he ex pected to lose his ship, tho Brooklyn. "I thought," ho added, "I could hold them until the other boa (8 got In range, and I made up my mind to tackle the whole lot. Ood was with us that day." These remarks show that It was no holiday tasK the Brooklyn's commander undertook. Ho was preparetl to sacrifice his ship, his crew and himself, but the stars lu their courses fought for our Hag. Wm. Hampson, of Hillsdale, wat at the Kansas City stock yards two weeks ago with fifty head of cattle that averaged 1,301 which topped the market, bringing $3 2.T. He was also In last Friday with sixty head tbat weighed 1,550 and brought 8U1. He tayt he bad to stay with them a g(od while but they proved to be .money-makers. He bat ted and marketed over SM.OOO north of cattle and hoga thla aeaaou. William is a prosperous farmer. He ' started twenty yeara ago with nothing aud has 7(50 acres of land, alt clear.and well improved, fuota SjifrH (l)em.) And It Is only four years an thut the Spirit was supporting mi adminis tration for re-election that had paid out several thousand dollars of the people's money for the publication of an olllclul document In which a thousand pages were taken up In proving that farming didn't pay In Kansas. Times ehauge and we change with them! HOWr.llSOOK CAN Ml'KAK. The Impiesslou seems to be pretty general that Hon. .1. I). Rotversock cannot make a speech. Rut Geo. W. Martin, who knows a good speech when ho hears It, says that Rower- sook matlo as good a ten minute- speech at Rosedale the other nigh as ho over heard. Mr. Martin con tinues: There were no Hashes of oratory about it, but his style was pleasant' and Interest lug, His habits of life are entirely differ ent from those of tho professional man who talks alltbc time, but Mr. Huwcrtockisan educated ruau, aud his talk allowed that lie is a thinker, and he displayed splendid Judgment la putting together what be had to say. From tho maimer In which bo tpoke of production, rinding somethlug for people, (o do, aud of tho demand for their product, Mr, Bowersock is 'mentally aud at heart au otbodox Republican. He mado mauygood points, and In several lustancox ho displayed tome very keen wit. Follow ing tho speech mado at Itoscdalo we predict that Mr. Ilonersock will boouoof tho most oOlcicut meit on tho slump In this campaign. Such a talk, coming from a man of Mr, lloworsock'a reputation, success, and general usefulness in dovlslug and produc- . lug something for others, mado to ono hun dred men aud women 1h u country school house, will bo worth moro than scores of speeches usually delivered beloro au diences of a thousand In a largo city, l'eo pto on a farm hungor for moro entertain ment, aud a speaker will tot them to talk ing! whereas lua big lowu thero la to much going on that not ono tenth tho utteutlou s gUeu to a public speech. People who listened to Mr. Ilowersock tho other night were greatly delighted and surprised, and wo want to say to tho Republicans of tho Second district that they havon caudldato of thought, ot Interesting and forcible of expression at well aa n gonllomau and a man ot action and success. ITS KNKM1KS l'ltAIHIJ IT Ono of the campaign troubles of the Republicans this year Is that tho Pops are all making Republican speeches. Tho wall of former yoars about tho moral, material and political ruin of tho country, about tho vonality of couiUand the corruption ofCongross and tho oppression ot tho corporations and tho legalt.ed robbery of tho poor for tho beneill of tho rich, all thoso things are heard no moro from tho lips of Populists. Iiistoud of this familiar song they havo loarnod n now tunc. Thoy talk now about tho power and might and majesty of the great Ropubllc, about the beauty of Its (lag and the gloiy of Its arms, about the dignity and wisdom ami purity of MoKluley's administration, about tlio boundless wealth that Is rolling Into the coirbrs of the produc ing classes They but rarely mention free silver and oven the Governor makes but a passing reference to maximum rates. In fact they hardly touch tho Populist platform any where either of this or of any former year. They simply make a Republican speech and then tell their hearers to vote the Populist ticket and thnu sustain the party that has mado all these good things to pose I It seems as If no Republican ought to be misled by this amalng audacity. And yet the very boldness with which tho mantle of Republicanism Is ap propriated by these Populist leaders may not bo without its elToct ou some. Those who are wise, however and who stop to think, will but havo their. Republicanism the more continued. For what stronger proof of the strength and wisdom of Kepubllcan administration and Republican policy could be found than in tho fact that the very enemies of tho party find themselves compelled, in order to gain an acceptable hearing before the people, to make a spoech which, for the most part, could bo spoken by a Republican without tho chaugo of a word? Surely a party has won a. victory Indeed when oven Its enemies must praise the falthfullness with which It has discharged Its trust and boast of tho good results that havo flowed from Its policies. LOOK TO VOUK COMPANY. Itvtchmton A'tui The patriotic cltieu may talk loud ly about his loyalty, but the only time lie can make his talk good by deeds Is when he casts his ballot. At tho election this year every voter whose heart l full of love ami country and honor for tho men who have borne our flag so bravely, wlll.have this propo sition on his mlud: "I am with Mc Kinley, Dewey, Sampson, Lchley, Hobxon ami that crowd. This Is my chance to show what I feel, to make good my words. How would they vote? How would he vote?" Imagine President McKinley cast, lng his vote In Kansas this year. How would ho vote? For a governor who has charged that he was "weak," that he brought ou the war for political ef fect anil wc-uld keep it up for tlio aame purpose? For a candidate- for con gress who opposed his every rec ommendation and who-ie proud boast is tbat he Is always against tho lte puhllc'aui? As Shakespeare would say, not by a Jug full. He would vote for the men who hail stood by him be fore and would stay by him again, anil that's what he would want you to do. . Suppose Admiral George Dewey was casting hit ballot In the Seventh district of Kansas. Would there be any doubt as to how he would vote? Would he vote for a candidate who always opposed the navy and called Him and his fellow olllceis dudes? You know how Dewey would vote anil how ho would want you to vote. Then theieis Hobon, whixe father Is a Democrat but wits appointed post mutc!xlaHt week by a president who Is willing .to sink piutUan prejudice before national honor. Would Hob son vote a candidate for congress to light President McKinley? Would ho vote for a caudldato whose cam paign speech always made the navy anil Hobson and Ills comrades tlio liutt of ridicule? No Indeed. Von know how Hobbon would vote and how he would want you to volo. Suppose Sampson, Schley, Shatter, Miles, Roosevelt, Joo Wheeler, Fltz hugh Lee, or any other of tho bravo men wo lovo to honor were voting In Kansas this cttr. Vou know thoy wouldu't vote for a caudldato for gov ernor who opened his campaign with ahiiso of tho president, or for a candi date lor congress who was not patri otic enough to Join with tho other con gressmen of his own party and of all opposition parties, to voto to sustain tho president In his recommendation for intervention In tho name of hu manity, You know how thoso loyal men would voto, aud how they would want you to vote. The question boforo tho votor who has not been accustomed to voting tho Republican ticket, or who was not In tending to, Is it serious one. At a tlmo Hko this when national lssuos over shadow all othors, will you voto with MoKlnloy, Dewey, Sampson, Schloy, Roosovolt, Loo, Wheeler and Hobson, or will you endorse Governor Leotly with his "MoKlnloy Is a weak man" platform, and Congressman Simpson, who has stood against the army, the navy, and McKinley at overy turn of thp road? Whoaroyou with, McKinley aud Dowoy, or Loody and Simpson?