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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 21 April 1877

,aunn',,'TG&Bf2SZja. SEMd MKKCiCWaacMeni HMII.HII, , iMt,tw nRcwszt Kj..i cgggigr.iag'srK"?fMga:; j. -: i - iJl'MffK-?1 .3- is?- r-c f $ ??- THE &. "'7 REGISTER S. Jfc- M J i SS-V - ' Vata),,. - h -.:.' ,. . S,J'.,0 7j VOLUME XI. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, APRIL 21, 1877. NUMBER 17. 1ULA I) g- 5S sr ?& ? " fcs - w i" CURRENT EVENTS. The United States troops were with drawn from the Court-house at Colum bia, S. C, at noon on the 10th. Gov. Chamberlain consequently resigned the contest with Hampton, and issued an address to the Republicans of the State, denouncing the President for his action in the premises. A fire broke 6ut in the Southern Ho tel, St. Louis, Mo., at 10 minutes after 1 o'clock on the morning of the 11th, dc strojing the interior entirely. It was estimated, at an early hour in the morn ing, that fully twenty lives were lost, including guests and emplo3ecs. Of the former, there were 300 in the build ing at the time of the conflagration, and loO of the latt...

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. — 21 April 1877

THE REGISTER PUBLISHED ETKHT SATURDAY M0BNI5G, BT INGEBSOLL PERKTNS. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. TEEMS : One year, in advance, $2 00 Six months, in advance, 1 00 Three months, in advance, SO SATURDAY, APEIL 21, 1877. G. D. Ihoeesoll, Editor H. A. Perkins, Local Editor. Sidney Lanier, the poet, has a knack of interesting the young folks in a way by no means unworthy of his genius. He has written lately a story whose merit, to the mind of an Orientalist, lies in tho new light ifthrows on the origin of a certain Persian proverb, but whose title to youthful admiration stands on much firmer footing. The story will appear in the Spring (May) number of St. iftcA olcu. Clarence Cook's eleventh installment of "Beds and Tables, Stools and Candle sticks," in Seribner for May, brings his present series of papers to a close. Mr. Cook has received a large number ot let ters from interested readers, many of whom have made practical use of his suggestions in house-furnishi...

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. — 21 April 1877

i i . 11 U R ! r. - I V" rfJ J THE REGISTER. SATURDAY, APEIL 21, 1877. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER L. L. & G. R. R. TIME-TABLE. aojsa north. PASSENGER 9:58 JL M. FEEIQHT. 12:15 p. M. GOLNU BOOTH. PASSENGEE. 5:20 P. M. FREIGHT....". 2:10 p. M. YESTERDAY New arrival Ladies and Misses Hats in White 8? Black 8f Brown Chip and Soft Crowns, ' At YATES". 12 pairs Ladies Bibbed Jwse for $1.00 At YATES'. Buy 10 Handkerchiefs for $1.00, At YATES1. Largest Stock Dress Linens and Grass Cloths in town and tJie cheapest At YATES'. I am asked every day what will cure neuralgia, and I desire to answer through the newspaper to the Public that Bancroft's Discovery is the only sure remedy I know of. This truly wonder ful Remedy is without doubt a specific lor neuralgia ana ltneumatism. cola by John Francis. NEW GOODS DIRECT FROM the eastern markets, consist ing of Bleach and Brown Do mestics, Gottonades, Jeans, Cassiireres, a beautiful line of Prints, Dress Goods and Notions. Also a splendid line of...

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. — 21 April 1877

t51l,:yi;yrr' ps-- &&&rais&tr&3STttc' GENERAL BREVITIES. A sox and daughter of Flora Temple, the renowned mare-racer, are among Bonner's trotters. The total number of persons who em igrated from the United Kingdom to the United States, from 1815 to 187C, was 5,467,075. An estimate of damage to French property and to France through the late German invasion places the figure at 886,957,755 francs, or about 221,739, 439. A disease has shown itself in India and Ceylon among the leaves of coffee plants. It does not actually destroy the plant, but weakens it, and thus imperils the crop. It is causing great anxiety. It is estimated that the fruit crop of Texas for the present year will be great, larger than ever known before in the State, while the wheat crop will be 10 per cent, less than last year. The total emigration from the United Kingdom during 1876 was 138,222, and the immigration, 81,647. This is n smaller excess of emigrants over immi grants than for any year ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 28 April 1877

DM t, riKi 1 i 'jWTj- ST. E -i4S t rtrhhrt-i ' VOLUME XI. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, APRIL 28; 1877. NUMBER 18. REGISTER v B B B Bid v f I 1 I ' I " I ' I 1 rnPi ,? sj m M- k i & CURRENT EVENTS. Gov. Packard, of Louisiana, on the 16th, addressed another communication to President Hayes, reiterating his de sire that the Commission to that State be instructed to inquire fully into the legality of the claims of the rival State Governments, and whether or not there is an armed insurrection against the lawful Government. He expresses his willingness to consent to a unification of the two Legisla tures, in accordance with the express ed desire of the President, but says that the Nicholls part- have rejected this proposal mainly because of their belief that the United States troops arc to be removed in an' event a belief which is fostered, says Packard, by the friends of the President, Mossrs. Foster and Matthews. In conclusion he asks: "If a lawful Govern ment in Louisiana can be ove...

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. — 28 April 1877

icaarramlMiar.lM'MiiTlfiBfe'i iaBiegCE r .the REGISTER PUBLISHED EVERY 8ATOEDAY MORNING. - BT 1NGCBSOLL A I'EKKISS. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COuhii. teems: One year, iniulrancc Sir months, in advance Three months, in advance,... .2 00 ..100 .. SO SATUBDAY, APRIL 28, 1877. G. D. INQERSOLL,- it0F H. A. Perkins, Local Editor. The Eastern question baa finally cul minated in a declaration of war by Rus sia against Turkey, and a division of the Russian army has already crossed the Pruth. It is thought that a great battle will be fought in a few days. We hope-our readers will be indul gent enough to excuse our lack of read ing matter in this week's paper. The rush of legal advertising prevented" the possibility of our doing anybetter ; but we promise an improvement next week. Col. G. P. Smith received a letter last Tuesday night from Mrs. Smith, who is now in Colorado attending their son Byron, stating that his health has very materially improved, and that his prospect...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 28 April 1877

j-;' g--q-.y. K'WSy'j , r,""s -, 'f -vr-t. it- r . !- THE REGISTER. SATUEDAY, APKIL 28, 1877. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER X,. L, ft G. R. R. TIME-TABLE. GOING NOBTH. PASSENGER. . 9:68 a.m. FREIGHT. 12:15 p. u. GOING SOUTH. PASSENGER... &20 v. x. FEEIGHT. 2:10 p.". Linen Suits, in hand some patterns, at YATE&. Victoria Lawns, Cord Piques, beautiful, at YATES?. Clieapest Dress Linens in town at YATES'. GOOD ADVICE. Now is the time of year for Pneumo nia, Lung Fever, etc. Every family should have a bottle of Botched German Syrup. Don't allow for one moment that cugh to take hold of your child, your family or yourself. Consumption, Asth ma, Pneumonia, Croup, Hemorrhages, and other fatal diseases may set in. Al though it is true German Syrup is curing thousands of these dreaded diseases, yet it is much better to have it at hand when three doses .will cure you. One bottle will last your whole family a winter and keep you safe from danger. If you are consumptive, do not rest until yo...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 28 April 1877

JEALOUSY. From the Xcw York American. CHAPTER I. THE ALBUM. A carriage had stopped at the house of Commodore Ilanrood, in Norfolk, Virginia. A lady about forty-five,- at tired in a traveling dress, had alighted, and was timidly ringing the door bell. Of the servant who answered her sum mons she inquired if Mrs. Ilanrood was at home, and giving her name as " Mrs. Horton," she was shown into the par lor. The lady of the house soon made h'er appearance, accompanied by her daughter, a tall, thin, and pale-visaged girl of twenty. At tho entrance of the ladies the visitor showed some embar rassment, and stammered a few words of excuse as she handed Mrs. Hanvood a letter of introduction that she had pro cured from a friend before leaving New York. Mrs: Acker's note informs me," said Mrs. Hanvood, in her kindest tone, after perusing the letter, ' that you have a favor to ask of me. I shall be happy to be of any service to you, Mrs. Hor ton." Encouraged by this kind of reception, Mrs. Horton...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 5 May 1877

i- j --r, - Q- ayfeTuVii ai iiiiilir'n'gli"W,iMwiawC&L-..,. m lW, it mini I i i 1 i ni i'l M'h,cwaax"at 11 grraSliKJC3SHMMJMJJggJtty . , z oacsxna:. ' - ,; :--i-. 'SS V s - c ; , .-.j -I -1? J&N VOLUME XI. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, MAY 5, 1877. NUMBER 19. THE TOLA REGISTER j IF .v J I!-- i ' CURRENT EVENTS. i IIon.A. II. Stephens called upon Pres ident Hayes on the 23d. During the in terview Mr. Stephens said he was glad to see thePresidentpursuing such a course as would bring together the discordant elements of the country in harmony, and that all the President had to do was to perform his duty to produce that desir able result. The President, iu reply, re marked that it was his purpose, as well as duty, to pursue the course he deemed best to serve the interests and harmony of a free countiy, thinking the time had come when every effort should be made to that end. The United States troops quartered in the Orleans Hotel in New Orleans va cated the building at noon on the 2...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 5 May 1877

THE REGISTER PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MOEXIBG. lXGEESOLL A 1'EBK1X3. . , IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COTJHTT. teems: One rear, in advance, 93 00 Six raonthsr In advance, 1 00 Three month, ia advance,... SO SATURDAY, MAT 5, 1877. G. D. Ikgeksoll, - Editor H. A. Perkiks. Local .Editor. We omitted last week to- notice that oar old paper, the Neodesha Fret Press has been enlarged and otherwise greatly improved within the last two or three weeks. The Free Pros is now a tip-top local paper, and we hope the citizens of Neodesha will give McCarter the liberal support that he deserves. We have received the May number of The Delineator, a fashion magazine pub lished by Butterick & Co., the noted pattern dealers of New York City. It is one of the best works of the kind we have seen, and its designs, while they are elegant and artistic in style, are better adapted te the wants of people of ordi nary means, than those of any other fash ion publication we knew of. Send for a...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 5 May 1877

"&&?'::: .ViSjTI.Vj, fwa -.."- . s; ;?--:-,tfeU'. -.-..t- -,-- mmmsBsmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmm :AV ' . - i a - 1 " -" tn CTTec-Tfw . w f -r if if m p-? ,1 T-.n.l ..Millipi "l'"-- li)w-Jl-J4ryPT-fiTl,iiS1,-ir".S. n-n1linin.j WHaBaBMgMWrawi .1 1 .m um.. , . i p 7 , , .. ypim lllllll'll n, , ; l 1 ef -.' r THE REGISTER. SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1877. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER L. L. & G. R. R. TIME-TABLE. -GOING NORTH. PASSENGER: 9:58 A. M. FEEIGHT. 12:15 p. m. GOING BOUTS. PASSENGER...". .... 5:20 P. M. FEEIGHT. 2:10 P. M. METHODIST EPISPOCAL. Comer of Jefferson avenue and Broadway St. Services every Sabbath at 10X m. and 7 p.m. Prayer meeting Thursday evenings at 7 p. m. J. 8. Klm, Pastor. PRESBYTERIAN. Comer Madison avenue and Western street. Services 10Jfa.rn.and7p.ra. Sunday School at X a. ra. a. u. ulakk, rastor. BAPTIST. jock a. m. Sabbath On Sycamore street. Prayer meeting and ser vice every oauuain at it o-ci( School at 12 o'clock. Church meetin m. on: month. ok at 3 d. :aturday be...

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. — 5 May 1877

-., ,,..:, .--,. .. - ,.. .. 1 GENERAL BREVITIES. The Sheriff of New York gets 50,000 a year, and can afford to hire his hang man. Iron "Whirlwind, Good Toned Metal and Feeble Bear, distinguished Indians, are visiting St. Paul. A company is organizing in New York to do church singing by the telephone. This will do away with expensive choirs. A New York milkman has been fined $50 and sent to jail for 80 days, in the hope that he will come to show his pump some me'rey. TnERE is a place in Maine called Ked dvbemps.it having been christened after all the words ending in shook, coggin and goggin had given out. TnE Young Men's Christian Union of Boston has consented to assume all the duties and expense of sending poor chil dren into the country for a week's vaca tion during the heated term. A Georgia negro twisted a mule's tail to urge it over a fence. The small attendance at the funeral next day show ed that the people didn't care if he did twist the mule's tail. A Chicago hotel-keeper i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 12 May 1877

rffc.jg.Wt ' wrypirfi.T'r , -., -f '-r , --T.m...AjLf ,.Q , "T7t " hwwimkw.-. , '''- i r--,.M, ., .,,, ,"mi mm ,. ,,.,, ,',, , ,'mi ....,.,, ' . ,'Wiiirii-rr ill HlKlllillli" V rt " j.(-Vr . - i , 3" W- f IP?1fer V!?' JTf av kr-3t & &t PutKfjie - & w r w $ A A.CJ .A uii a ti 3e& uS, . vS. THE Vv . lfc . - - REGISTER -4- r f - t -v. - -. v : " r .' -," IK J IV Lt 1- w s-p 6 tt5 fffgviifs ?jj? ;.?h;ff VOLUME XI. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, MAY 12, 1877. if r NUMBER 20. U' m Am . -Jmu 2 JTlt siJ fcdAI f I i ft t P i L ?- i THE TItEES IN EARLY SPRING. ,Like'tio first faint streak of the dawnimr. , Which tells that day is nigh ; Like the first dear kiss of the maiden, So absolute, though Miy; "-like tho Joy divine of the mother, c Before her child he sees So faint so dear ami ho lit,ui Arc your misty tops, O, trees ! I can feel the delicate pulses . .That stir in each restless fold Of leaflets and hunches of blossoms r -The- life that never grows old ct wait, ah, wait, th...

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. — 12 May 1877

H THE REGISTER PUBLISHED EVEBY 8ATUBDAY MORHLNG. BT INGEBSOLL & PEBKIKS,- - IOLA, ALLEN COUNTX, KANSAS. OFFICTAT. PAPER OF OOuJixx. TERMS: . One year. In advance WOO Six months, in ad ranee 1 00 Three months, in advance, ....... SO SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1877. G. D. INGEBSOLL, I'lSH101 H. A. PERKINS, ixxai rxuror. The Fresideat has finally' determined to convene the extra session of Congress on the 15th of October next. The findings of the recent court mar. tial in the case of Maj. Eeno have been onnrnvnl hv the President, and that ffi- ., BPntPnred to a suspension of rank and pay for two years. At a cabinet meeting held this week tha auh'iect of the border troubles with Mexico was fully discussed, and it was determined that unless the Mexican Government prevents the recurrence of further depredations, Gen. Ord sboma oe instructed to cross the Bio Grande, and capture marauders on Mexican soil. The Kansas Editorial Association will hold its annual session in Leaven worth on Wednesday,...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 12 May 1877

IT lt-2ttl& I - ' " -re--. v rs - ''' r -!-' f -; a " .fhL J L . jrr.. f tsX .. P J V&-; 1 i "am mill i ii 'inn vw w. A A ' t ' . f ( ? i i .f i'i I- I IU V- p-1 I AU- -ift THE REGISTER. SATUEDAY, MAY 12, 1877. THE 'OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER X.. L. ft G. R. R. TIME-TABLE. GOING HOBTH. PASSENGER. 9:58 A. M. FREIGHT... 12:15 P. M. oonra booth. PASSENGER. 6:20 P. M. FREIGHT. ...2:10 p. m. ADVERTISING RATES THE following table of advertising rates will enable person wishing to enjoy tbe advanta ges of our coloanni, to ascertain for themselves tbe exact cot of any amount of advertising for any imagux 01 umc. sraca lw. 2w. iv. Jm. 3m. em. lyr, linch $100 1150 Si 00 $300 S450 S650 S1000- 2 inch ISO 2 25 350 500 650 1000 1500 Sinah 200 300 509 700 850 1300 2000 inch 250 400 G50 1000 1200 1750 2300 XCol 350 550 850 1200 1500'2200 35 00 XCol 650 1000 1600 2300 2700 3800 CO 00 1 Col 1000 1600 2300 2700 3800 6000 10000 Local andSpecial Notices, 10 cents a line. Legal notices at the rates pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 12 May 1877

'&.-xf&emi ms -.--i. -j .. -.; -J-.V J f . AH- GENERAL BBEYITIES. Prdtii is pronounced so as to rhyme with toot. People who have juror reflected on their eyes, probably do not know that 400,000,000,000 ware lengths of light strike upon the retina in a single sec ond. Jerbt Schooling, State Treasurer of Nevada, was married in San Fran cisco last week, the bride being his for mer wife, from whom he had been divorced for upwards of 12 years. Pongo, the gorilla of the Berlin aqua rium, looks like a little colored boy, has soft and pretty hands," swingson a tra peze, drums on the' floor, drinks claret and water, and has as "good manners as many cherished members of .society. The first regular telephonic line has been put in operation between the place of business of C. "Williams, Jr., Boston, Mass., and his residence in Somerville, a distance of about three miles. Mr. Williams states that it works well, and that "conversation can be carried on by it nearly as well as if those con...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 19 May 1877

rjt""' ' iril",i"' " "" ' ' ' ',T i, --TT.nt inn ii ,. .,.Tt .. TT?ir rnntf! (r-AiTr-T-- - ,. .,-rww irtiin.. i v i . ."...' . . , , f ' , . . . -2 i . ..' T ' -. (wr J--- ..J-SPK?H-tf.t-rr - - - . - . -J- JB-K- .-i. ''' W .- lyyWfZ - .. " ' 'i ?wV ? re - :.m-J;i4W i-j.i fMn i rrar ij H " . i ' . '0 .art V- -4 ,Hrin"7d5!. ttvioo r .jil.. fcu-a ."! ff-' -- - - - 3,Ht " --. - i .. '" v -;-J'- " . . - " -? --m . - - , -a nr. vx. i vnwrH .Br-M 1, -.-.-,... -.j. '- - - - " j. st'J : & v "v -T f3s&ui?w-W! 9 WW IW vlil I .fV ' m ,,f. 1 ! fi .?! . J&& .. Fiii-l M ...,. - tTk -tiilrfr?il iN . I mH jslm .HA..l ti-iiSfB". a B . , m l i W ,Bri w J I 1 J n. -. --mv mV-?'M A 5M i '1 III 1 ejw. izM M -- A M . Mr in Vtj- ., - JLj' .& -&. JB---M - r"rii y-rr'j, w . . ' it : si ft. V h V 4- M iv-- tvt .. ; : '7 WSBUPP-aBMlftfln IOLA," ALLEN COTOTT, KANSAS, 5LAYf19,'18T7. NUMBER 21. ? CURRENT. EVENTS. At "Pnntenfilln. Neb., on- the 5th. an Italian named Taliaferro shot and kill...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 19 May 1877

-- -MJM'Mt THE REGISTER PUBLISHED ETKET 8AT0BDAY MOKSIHG. BY N CtGERSOLL PEBJOK8. , tOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COTJWTT. TEEMS: One yew. In advance . ,S3 00 Sixmoutns, in advance, . 1 00 Three months, In advance, 60 SATUEDAT,'MAY19, 1877. G. D. Ingeesoll, Editor H. A. Perkins, Locsl'Editor. S Boumania has granted permision for Banian troops to pass through her terri tory. The recent heavy rains seem to have extended over the greater portion of the State. Considerable injury has been done to the different lines of railroads in the way of washouts, but no other seri ous damage has resulted so faras we can learn. A very destructive fire is raging in the vast timbered region of Northern New York. Great damage has resulted in the destruction of timber, lumber, wood, etc. A number of dwelling houses have also been destroyed, and it is feared that many lives have been lost The Commissioners of the Centennial Exhibition have just paid over to the United States, in accordan...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 19 May 1877

' ' " ' ?:V'V5 rr r -&' "- v -, - k , ,jc o c i -ii r if-win ii --- -- -i-i-ii unr ' ' ' ' n ' - . I tA-"- 'hm.'.i. 1 t mJ "J " f r 1 O .-'j.V.t -r.k.L.iV "" ' " IK T 4 -s..-1 aOtfJVMWkKOT It a i i i n i iti ' ' '"T11 I r-'I- r .'. THE REGISTER. SATURDAY", MAY 19, 1877. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER L. L. ft G. R. R. TIME-TABLE. GOraOKORTH. PASSENGER. . 9:68 A. m. FBEIQHT. 12:15 p. u. - "" GOINU SOUTH. PASSENGEE. 5:20 P. M. FEEIGHT. .. 2:10 p. m. ADVERTISING RATE8. THE foUowinc table ofadverasbur rates w A enable persona wishing to enjoy the advanta ges or our columns, to ascertain for themseli the exact cost of any amount of advertising for space lw. 2ir. 4w. 2m. 3m. 6m. lyr. linch $100 91 SO S200 WOO $130 asso $1000 2 inch ISO 285 3 50 3 00 630 1000 1300 3 inch 200 300 SOU 700 830 1300 2000 4 Inch 230 400 630 1000 1200 1730 2300 XCol 330 550 850 1200 1300 2200 3300 JiCol 8 50 1000 1600 2200 2700 38 00 6000 1 Col 1000 1000 2200 2700 3800 6000 10000 Local and.Special Notices, 10 cen...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 19 May 1877

-m-fCgr- -.- ' pjjf-i '-mia- ;t .'Wjji-- ' m in '-W'ao' --Wini SkeiL!tcd.tiW The papers of your city last weekfeaye auuuuuis oi mu uaijiuiu) ui au. vwinv., who waltzed for fire consecutive honrs.'1 This performance was equaled, if-BQt-l excelled, in Buffalo forty years ago dt a blind girl named Lena Schmidt. At that time a military force was stationed here uniler fieri. Scott, to which was added one regiment of militia, under poL Jlc Kaye, including six companies 'of City Guards. Americans, and three companies of Germans. The officers' ofi die latter were men of education, among'them be ing the lamented 'Gerniiioteaitor, Maj. Zham, who" was killed by the falling of a lucKory pole aunng me-irouccaa-paigu. In the exchange of civilities 'between the companies, the American officers and their wives accepted an invitation to a great ball at the "armory given by German officers. I stood in the. center of the floor while 100 couples waltzed around me, who were succeeded by an other 100 cou...

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