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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 10 June 1881

U A- THE IOLA REGISTER. IOLA. . . - . KANSAS. NEWS AND, NOTES A Summary of Important Events. The President has nominated Charles Xaylor, of Indiana, Consul General for the United States at Berlin, Prussia. The first shipment of Georgia peach es arrived in New York on the 1st. The crop in tile State for this season is estimated at 60,000 baskets. v The journeymen brewers of St. Louis entered upon a general strike on the 1st, to enforce their demands for shorter hours and Increased pay. x Ex-Gov. Anderson, of Maine, aged 00, and Gen. Thos. D. Hoxey, Greenback sndidate for Governor of New Jersey in JB80, are dead. ,..,M The Mexican Congress has adjourned. Its action on the tariff increases the revenue fl,000,000. The Executive will use his Authorization to contract for the construc tion of railroads. The American horse Iroquois, owned by Mr. Lorillard, won the great Derby race at Epsom on the 1st. Peregrine, the favor ite, came in second. This is the first time the Derby was ever won b...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 10 June 1881

VsS$ .tv1 ffFJcppfp! ? a VSl ' - -V 1 1 3 f THE- IOIA BEGISTEB PAUiMIrarFtM. IOLA. KANSAS. "BEFORE EIB LOBDSBIP.' ' ' " My brave little laddie, my -winsome wee treasure, So princely and noble that mien that yoa wear, Oh, -what can I do, dear, to give yona pleas ure, My own bonnv boy, -with whom none can compare , Shall I sin?, shall I dance, shall I set my tongue tripping At sweet baby talk till you dimple with fan, And toss tmy hands as the nonsense keeps slipping And skipping like ripples that flash In the sun Ton need but command, and I'll fly to obey 1 you, , ., .For nver was sovereign more fondly v adored. In the finest of linen and lace I'll array you : There's a ring on your mite of a finger, my lord . .. A bright golden token that nothing shall harm you. And only the loving attend you ; In sooth. A pledge that the merriest music shall charm vou I bought it to honor the first peeping tooth. And, pet, when your eyelids droop down HR-:i flower O'erweightcd with perfume, why, th...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 10 June 1881

"ppn pp: sr a; .VS H e . , - . & y"V it. f" Bf- ISSs . A " v rV Sv 5.. r- I.a I ' IOLA REGISTER. TERMS : -One venr, in advance,..-..,..-. 'Six' months, in advancer....... Three months in advance ' . ...$2 00 ... 1 00 ... 50 TOrOnrrtaders, in repining to a&vertuemmltm TffiT UBQisrut, will wr a fcsor bytaiing to the. hdverlli'h that they-rtw theadvertitcmenttn JTTS Int-A RKG1STKK.' ." - r - MThk Iola UKQiengKK. OPPICIAI. PAPER OP COUNTY. '. srfitarv Blaineis having statistics gathered that will enable him to vm- sdicate the American iiogan tue uw pean market. ,, N It is estimated thattfie loss to .the farmers.oflowa f liis jrear ,ou account of poor seed will amount to lvo mil lion of dollars.' ' " rr v 'Wind at Sacraweut. The reduction of interest on the National-debt made by. Secretary "Win dom reSults.in a saving to the govern 'inent of over $10,000,000 annually. The will of Colonel Thomas A. Scott contains .no public gifts. Before his dea'th lie gave to different public in ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 10 June 1881

SMMSHBMMMWHpwSpi fc&t ?:.: "' J. W , ' j. -4 , r . I' A- V 5 1 t ' IfcSSfe, 1 " .. W'" ' r-vi i. j"5 JF to iTE r x sppy. Cp iw S Summe r G oods Hft.NP.Mla.llfHllV ., ppxxnriTf!lT PVinftT'nllr 5 S3 A. K. hv'ATFREIGHT.Daily except SundaylS 11 r.. hrousli tickets for sale to all eastern points. . 11. S. Aters, Local Agent. -AT- One Price aisH Store. -In -our Staple and Fancy Qwte -we have a Complete Sock, DRESS GOODS. We have the latest styles Brocages, Alpaccas, Cashxnres, .Buntings, Lawns, ana coras r. s. tuu. an w i. ,v " tsuitale for suinmer wear, an trimmings to sutf.. MtA REGISTER? II " 4r FBIPAY, JUNE 10, 1881. K. C. I ft S. R. R. TIME TABJUE. - GOKCQ 3JOKTH. ' v I'ASSEXGER-DaUy Klljvx. WAYFIUJlGIIT.Dallr except Sunday 3 23 p.m j aniM) soltu. PASSEXGER Daily. . !25r.X. 8CEtROW MOKET OF at AND GET IT In Fifteen Minutes, gyLowest Interest" LOCAL MATTERS. Btainet Localt under Ihit heading among editorial notice will be charged Fifteen ceutt per line each publication. No deviati...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 10 June 1881

&m f illV 'v-:fcr-?:, fe f7fiSri4 &SfX' ?MJt 5-- i? nt jo y V &&iS sfe S3:i tt7A 2R LisjsEi ? Ks, . .. i2 " i mi '.i ' . ", ;" v -. f V JJ T , f - --J. . V iM?fe mmmm v -x v flew to Repel Parasites, v T - . z f . , The thousands'of different species of parasites which infest organic .matter may'be included in two grand divisions, animal. and vegetable. -The first may again- be subdivided into what are termed . -4nsects and worms (entozoa Among the former the most familiar are the sev eral species of bot flies and gad flies, which infest horses, sheep, and various - domestic and wild animals, passing only a portion of their lives within their vic tims; Awhile other insect parasites, like the ticks, lice, and mites, feed upon the skinor suck the blood of the animals which they infest. JChe entozoa or in ternal parasitic worms sometimes live entirely in the intestines', as in the case of-the tapeworm and hair worm; others penetrate to every part of fthe flesh and muscle...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 10 June 1881

WWmWrwwmWWW y .r,7. u - j i ii .e ? JT-f 1' - J-k - . 1 'A .3 , - 4 ; J?il "1 T if -fV'u I,. H s - s. . ! V 4 J s " ' W "t v v V. J 5 V - ji. -. ' t-T it. " -rtiH' o' -W-' .- "H " Tv'v VTs :!,' ' . - v'1 i3r,s'f . 85 5 - THE TUBE TEST. v - ! The Merit ef JteligiM, Garem-Mat, Persons and Tkiags Mast Seat apea a Basis f Worth. Sohm TraMta lUaatratlac tM aad Testimony or Valae to ' All Header. Oirfetian at Worfc. The true test of any religion is the effect it produces upon the lives of those who profess it. And, indeed, the test of real merit every where must be the power it possesses of ac complishing desirable results. In this age of the world men are not judged by what they claim to be able to do, but by what they can do; not by what they are reputed to be, but by what they are. Here Is where the religion of our own country rises superior to the faith of Mohammedan or Hindoo lands; for while tbero is much hypocrisy in the Church, and for too much worldliness, there is yet an ab senc...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 10 June 1881

1-Z& ! 5V. Durincr the war. and for a number of years thereafter, a 'great, deal of isor ghiim syrup wafe made in Kansas,- but the most of it was miserable stuff. Be use of the' primitive -methods used and the lack of knowledge, it was not profitable-: and' the 'business steadily (diminished until tw& or -three years since.. when it began to revive, and is now inereasinr rapidly. , The improved 'machinery and more'. sctentinc mernoas-in use at. mepreaeiii time, has greatly improvedrthe, quality of the product,(andincreased the quan tity of the crop. -Indeed; can Jbe said .with perfect truth that much" of the syrup now made' 'in Kansas' is Better tasting and in every: way"5 superior to the most of, the expensive' 'refined" products of the great sugar' refineries ; andrifitwere not for the 'predjudice that was excited against 'it -in the old .days, it would quickly "supplant them. The fact which has nowoeen demon strated, that good sugar canTie profita bly! made from amber can...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 17 June 1881

i J j'IT- V?" s--- Tt rVf' " Vv ,",' ' i - -ysgl "f-i ' " :n.A,T,!F.. VFTi.. J.-1,. ,' . ---? v-.t ' ; ; T" rir W- . rv? '71 J ' , j V """ " .1fc ' I' 3?, . T PI .1 -a YOL.XV. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, JUNE 17, 1881. NO. 26 IOLA REGISTER -ETNA FIRE jajispRfcqEiCp., pARTTOEp, CONN., UmVv. 16,725,098.41 HAffE0fRf9 FIRE INgjUR. CO., HBJTFOED, COJiN., An4 - 3,288,121.82 :PH03NJX IRE INSURANCE CO., HARTFOED, .GOXX., Assets ,t 2,510,640.05 PHENIX FIRE INSURANCE CO., BROOKLYN, XEW YORK, Assets 1 2,723,620.59 GEO. A. JBOWX.XXS, mz, ansas. ROACH & WOOD DEALERS If AGRICULTURAL J mplement Of all Kinds. ULTIYrATORS, PLOWS, HARROWS, WIND MILLS, gewjpg Machines, BUSIES, piB WAGONS, KANSAS WAGONS PU3fS, AN Sulky Plows wijtji Breaker Bottoms, J?IELD ID GPM SEEDS. 53-Rrmember wv kern tuery thing in the lino or FARMING IMPLEMENTS. '.GUeus a coll jiiu se hnt w can ilo. J. E. IRELAND'S PREjSCRIP'fJON Drug Store! With Richards If Lakin, South tide Bubhc Squire. Zola, XSaas&s. Keep constantly o...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 17 June 1881

Vvt J Jfc. -Vi, a-v" -'i 'AT, -r I - v- l . 1 .r5T5 House-cleaning How to Best Wrestle with tke Carpets. : j - -- Carpet-cleaning is always more or lew of a bugbear and conundrum to ordi nary, work-a-day people. Those who can afford to hire a professional carpet lifter need no suggestions on the subject and they have but little comprehension of the outlay of strength and patience required toobtaihsatisfactory results by their poorer but equally godly neighbors. Outside of cities or towns, it is often im possible to find anyone to do such work, and the burden falls on weary shoulders which can hardly bear the daily routine of housework when the time of house cleaning is yet afar off. Those old fnaWnnfid housekeepers who delight m hard work, and who make it for the pleasure- of doing it, likewise need no suggestions. In the first place, don't be a slave to housework and tear up carpets because it is "house-cleaning time" in your vi cinity, but wait.until.a "convenient sea son" until t...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 17 June 1881

;ftjt f-Tj Vv f 'V vr !! . IwaMast. The Sphinx's riddle of tkevYerage housekeeper is that genuine and ever reourring question, "What shall we have for breakfast?" She seldom an ewers it to her approving conscience, and her penalty is to be devoured by dumb remorse. For the average house keeper is not that " minion of fortune . nd worm of the hour " whose faultless cook and heavy purse have only to lay tribute on an abundant market. Alack! the typical American housewife ac counts herself lucky if bar maid-of-all-work oan serve me simplest breakfast "without assistance, or coax the kitchen fire to burn in tho gelid dark of the be lated winter dawn. Nor is there money to spare for cates and dainties. So that jthe .vast body of citizens of this en lightened republic begins its daily la bors on an unattractive and indigestible meal which rather exhausts than sup plies the vital forces. But what should breakfast be? Sim- ply, as its name implies, the fast-breaking. Or, as the Germans call...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 17 June 1881

fc-VjR , 7 ;w j 1 r 'S " JTT'; "V "'' t T' V- S rlfc- " - . -rrrc TODA -REGISTER. TEUMS : ., One year, in advance, ...S2 00 oiviuujiins, in advance,. w "three jponths, in advance,.. T-V 50 jr-or readers, in replying to adDertisepientt in "ftnc Reoisteh, will confer a favor by Hating to e aUtertifn that they saw the advertHtjnent in TAX lOLA REGISTER. A. . OFFICIAI. PAPER OP COUNTY. The reduction of the public debt for the first five months of, this year, end ing May 31, was $42,259,764.48. It is estimated 'that when all the school lands, lit the .State "are sold the (permanent school fund will amount to -about 12,000.000. j ., J',:, The people of Atchison are much interested? In the. proposed extension " by Jay Go.uldofthe Missouri. Pacific road from that city to Omaha. Some of the English papers talkas though, their whole nation shatf. a tgrudge against Mr..Lofrillard because his-American colt won the recent Der- ,by race. , ..."," r " - ! It is announced that Maj. John L. Bittinge...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 17 June 1881

i VV ys. -n - ' ?&& 33- Tp EYERYBOD. Spring S Stunmer foods -,A.T--r- IOLA REGISTER. FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1881. MeCULUBE'S - Qne Price Casli Store. Jn jrar Staple and Fancy Goods we have a Complete Stock, DRESS GOODS. $Ve have the latest styles Brocades, "Alpaccas, Cashmeres, huntings, Lawns, and cords P. K. and all White Goods ' - -suitable for .summ,er wear, and trimmings to suit. Gloves and Hosiery. Wc have such a variety of the above named articles that it would be tedious to enumerate them. Call and examine our stock. It will repay a visit. Laces and Embroidery. We have a very large selection-; also in LA.CE TIES, FICHUES, SCARFS and ijijBBS. Licen Collais, and Cut Ruching by the yard ' qr .piece, JN ALj .COLORS. MMEWmim AND CmCVLAB8 Trimmed ia.th.e latent styles. K. C, X. & S. R. R. TIKE TABLE. Gorta south. ' I'ASSEXGfifU-Dallv 1211P.X. 1IIBOUGH FREIGHT Dally 3 35 a.m. WAYFIlEIGnT,Daily except Sunday 3 25 p.ac. OCtNO SOUTH. PASSENGER Daily 3 25r.ir. THROUGH FREIGHT Dal...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 17 June 1881

:iVA,-V. 2 k itV ri "- ,. - v ' THE IOLA EEGISTER. fbmum kt war IOLA. KANSAS. NEWS AND NOTES. A Saimarr tf Important Evaats. ' Get. GBANT'and party arrived in St. Xouis on the 7th. THiuxr army and navy officers have been arrested in Russia during the past month on account of Nihilistic tendencies. The National Committee of the Na tional Greenback party met in St. Louis on the 7th, and elected Col. Jes3e Harper, of Illinois, Chairman. Xee Crandall, of Wash ington, was re-elected Secretary. The annual reunion of the Army of the Potomac took place at Hartford, Conn., on the 8th. Gen. Sherman was the ora tor of the occasion, and devoted most of nis remarks to a scathing criticism of Jeff Davis's book. It is said a strong pressure is being brought to bear upon the ' President to se cure his indorsement of the Readjustees ticket m Virginia, which is generally sup ported by the colored voters of the State. The straight-out Republicans, who oppose the fusion with "Mahone, will place anoth e...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 17 June 1881

,? , ??' v ? . i tA1 , -I-' P-rgf A . e? 4 5i?;';"v THE IOLA BEGISTEB. ITmblUhed Erery Friday. IOLA. KANSAS. HEBE. The elder buds opened In, the valley toy the stream, And the roses had uncurled their silken leaves ; Thaharvest days -were passing, and the reap ers' scythes agleain, Till the level fields -were dotted with the sheaves. It was then my Hebe whispered, in the gleam- iiig, uc t'.ie j-tc. While the dayiht bloom was drifting into gr.iv "Love, the time is swift approaching as the summer giowcth late When her last red rose shall crown our bridal day." I kissed her in the darkness, with the stars atone to see, - And her biown eyes shone like jewels in the gloom, The night bieeze fluttered faintly in the lofty locust tice, And hhtl v v avert tho rose's royal bloom. But before the week was ended, ere the har vesting w as o'er, I had left my darling Hebe and my home, JLeft all lot e and peace behind me left my sunny w vstcrn shore. And wa- sailing far 'mid reeling waves of foam. ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 17 June 1881

- ,." ' .rssrj , ,, .. - J A carloacTof Buckeye "machines at Beck's. The population of Shawnee county is- 29,398. -an increase of 304 over the ; census of 1880. -. , -.t ,r Four hundred quarts ofstrarwberries were picked from Mr. MerrJU's. patch Jagt Monday. teaoodSy Gazette .,-:, '" A monthly paper "in-the interest of ,the colored people.of fheStte a.to be ,atarte4,atChetopa. j J, F - ; Corn,' wheat, fence posts, wood, .tim- ber, or farmf for sale cheap or asn 'by 'D. E.Edwai,iearThenia3Jsav'9liU' The Ford county Globe says that a letter from Fort Griffin, states that up -to .May 23d, 1U650 Head of cattle pass - ed that.pointr.fdr Kansas this spring. t , r i 1 For constipation, costiveness or bil iousnessf'Use; Dr. Marshall's Big .Eromoline.TBig bottles for 50 cents. Sфour.druggiBt for it. Xadieswho appreciate elegance and $urity are using Parker's Hair Balsam, t' is the, best article sold for restoring giay hair to its original color 'and jaeauty. ' " ? Biliousness or cons...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 24 June 1881

W'WTWW 4l t' MfI v ,.': 3 4 J .fat t j, " I J . ' " . wET ,t --. f-- .r jr. '-..--? ',: - YOL.XV. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, JUNE 24, 1881. NO. 27 ? V-i r REGISTER TOLA INSURANCE 2ETNA FIRE INSURANCE 0., i ' ' HABTF9KD, JCOSX., iet...... 9,725,098.41 ARTORD FIRE INSUR. CO., HARTFORD, COXX., AMta..., t 3,288,121.82 PHGSNfX FIRE INSURANCE CO., HARTFORD, GOXN, Assets 2.510,640.05 PHENIX FIRE INSURANCE CO., BROOKLYN, SEW YORK, Assets 92,723,620.59 EO. A. BOWLTJS, fQLA, K4&J5AS. ROACH & WOOD DKALEH8 IV Implement v ' Of all Kinds. . fpULTIYTATORS, PLOWS, HARROWS, WIND MILLS, :i. Sewing Machines, ";' BUGGIES, SPBIN& AG0NS3 . KANSAS WAGONS PprttTS, AND Sulky PIqws with Breaker Bottoms. FIELD AND GARDEN SEEDS. tJ-Remembcr wc kcpp everv thin;; in the lino or FARMING IMPLEMENTS. Uiuus a call and see what we can do. J.E.IRELAND'S PRESCRIPTION Drug Store: f Vxlk Richard $ Lakin, South tide Public Square. Xola. Kansag. Keep constantly on hand a fnll line of PDHtlTTIO-IS MEDICINES, CH...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 24 June 1881

HHHBHMHMi i i j. WBkfct. ff5 1.1 i'-r I .sai,. i" -- ",'' J , . , . -1 -.' wiK THE IOIA EEGISTES, FHblUhed Ererx Friday. IOLA. - - - - KANSAS. NEWS AND-NOTES. A Summary of Important Events. The Ohio Greenback-Labor" Conven tion, at Columbus, on the 15tb, nominated John Sietz for Governor and Charles Jen kins for Lieutenant-Governor. Another American horse, Keene's Foxhall, has carried off a foreign prize the Grand Prix at Paris, equivalent to the Eng lish Derby. There was great rejoicing" among the American residents. The Pennsylvania Greenback State Conventiomnet at Pottsville on the 15th and nominated B. "W. Jackson, of Mercer Coun ty, for State Treasurer. The Greenback platform for 1880 was reaffirmed and adopted. The deadlock in the New York Leg islature continued on the 17th, with no im mediate prospect of a choice for Senators. The committee investigating the alleged bribery case had elicited no new evidence of Importance. , A ixotilla of barges, carrying 100, 000 buBhels of g...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 24 June 1881

- - r r ' ' - - , THE IQI.A EE&ISTEE. PablUhed Erery Friday.' IOLA. KANSAS. TVTien he told me that ho loved me, 'Twaa the flowery time of May, I put roses in my ringleta And went singing all the day; W hen he told me that he loved me, In the pleasant month ofilay ! Still, he told me that he loved me in the an i n mo r time of June, When the roses blushed the redder, And the birds were all in tune And I blushed (because be loved me) Redder than the rose of June ! Tes! because Iknew he loved me, I went sinsiiiK with the birds, j All the day I listened to him, All the night I heard his words. Dreaming nightly that he loved me, I was blither than the birds! But I didn't know I lovid him! Till I found, one summer day, Thar, in saying how he loved ine, He had wiled mv heart away Only saying how he loved me Through the long, bright summer day! Still he told me that he loved me When the roses fading fell ; And the birds hnd all forgotten That sweet tune I learned too well; For I loved h...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 24 June 1881

ftvr t , ' ' j ?" ' 't I'OrKEGfSTER. : TERMS : One vear, In advance,..-.' Q , Six months, in advance "J -Three montlvCia'ddvaace;...:- P" T 53-0ttrreafer, The Register. th advertisers that , a'lIS.lQIliKGlSTEJJ. .OFFICIAL PAPER OP COTTNTY. ' Sixty thousand Russian Jews are preparing to leave thatcountryinims- jdiately. .t1- '- '- ' The first shipment of Kansas new wheat was received in Kansas ty last Monday. ' iTinong the latest inventions is a machine for blacking 'boots, 'adapted - to the use of hotels. In Maine the Greenbackers have re pudiated any alliance with Democrats, and have. called a straight Green back Convention. Henry. S. Lane, ex-United States Senator fromlndiana, diedathis home in- .Crawfordsviile in, that State last Saturday, the tl8th inst. - . ' Postmaster-General issued an order on the 21st inst. abolishing mail .routesthatwere useless that will re- sultan thesavingof S5,UW per annum. ' The doctors of Rhode Island have .resolved that they will not hereafter give ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 24 June 1881

M TO everybody; -AT- McC:HJRE9S ,Ol3L XrlOO In our Staple and Fancy 'Goods we have a Complete Stock, DRESS GOODS, ATq have the latest styles, Brocades, "Alpaccas, Cashmeres, Buntings, Lawns, and cords P. K. and all White Goods suitable for summer wear, "and trimmings tp suit. Gloves and Hosiery. We have such a variety of the above named articles tiiai it would be tedious to enumerate them. Call and examine our sibock. ft sdll repay a visit. Laces and Embroidery. $Ve .have a. very large selection; also in LACE TIES, FICHUES, SCARFS and BIBBS. Linen Collars, and Cuff Ruehiug by the yard or piece, IX ALL COLORS. MMENBW1TU AND CIRCULARS' Trimmed in tla latest styles. .BOOTS JL3TX SHOES, We have a complete stock of the best makes in hand made goods, and we WARRANT EVERY PAIR of lips or ro&on leather. JOT LADIES AffD GENTS elegant stock. Do not HATS and CAPS of every style and description. We are bound to suit you. We cburgc nothing for showing goods. o if MENS, YOUTHS AND BOYS. 5 AND...

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