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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 26 May 1877

" 3L 1 11 11 h iwiiiw'"TTTyygp- j i iiitm ji.iih hi. ,.r'w .;:- iiiawgr.T))!jfw - -- - -t-if THE TOLA . TV A- t J i-ftf.'-- VOLUME XI. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, MAY 26, 1877. NUMBER 22. REGISTER I'i I. P h I hii ' CURRENT EVENTS. Ex-President Lerdo, of Mexico, au thorizes a statement that he knows nothing of the recent sensation about a filibustering movement in Mexico ; ,that he would not participate in any thing of the sort, and that he thinks it his du ty as a Mexican citizen to denounce and v oppose it with all the power he can command. President Lerdo says he has never been in" Washington, nor has he ever had the least knowledge of the subject or been approached upon it by any one. He considers the whole story as a wild, unfounded fabrication. He could not, under any circumstances, tol erate any thing that, in the most remote degree, might endanger th autonomy of Mexico or the integrity of her terri tory A special dispatch from Eagle Pass to the Galveston News says: On the 13...

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. — 26 May 1877

'm.i'Mii- i-'- .-w. r ""'''bS' If'tf THE REGISTER PUBLISHED EVEEY SATURDAY MOKNXVQ; DiGERSOLL & FEBKIKS. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSA& OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNT. teems: One year, In advance .-...., J JO Six months, in advance 1 " Three month?, in advance, SO SATURDAY, MAY 26. 1877. G. D. INOEBSOLL,. H. A. Perkins..... Editor .Local Editor. LOCAL NOTES. Set out sweet potato plants. The river is on a high this week. Fight for your crops if necessary. Suakes-aie becoming quite plentiful About time te make arrangements for your summer ice. Consult Munger"s card in regard to the fine horses he has. Six or eight immigrant teams on (he street Wednesday. A rush ot legal this week contracts our reading columns again. Keep your hogs fastened up or you will find them in the pound. . For the next few weeks grasshopper varns can be taken with a good-deal of allowance. Don't forget the Sunday School Convention at Geneva next Tuesday and - Wednesday. Whenjou come to town hitch your team, and sa...

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. — 26 May 1877

.8- . 1 t h 8 u Mi ttSaysf.t?5 THE REGISTER. SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1877. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER L. L. & C. R. R. TIME-TABLE. .QOINQNOBTH. PASSENGER ., 9:68 A. M. FREIGHT. 12:15 p. m. GOING SOUTH. PASSENGER. 5:20 P. M. FREIGHT... 2:10 p. M. ADVERTISING RATES. THE following table of advertising rate will enable persona wishing to enjoy the advanta ges of onr columns, to ascertain for themselves the exact cost of any amount of adi ertising for any length of time. srAca Iff. 2w. iw. 2m. 3m. 6m. lyr. linen 100 I50 tiOO MOO ft GO 80 M 81000 2 inch ISO 225 350 500 6S0 1000 1500 lincli 200 300 5 0 TOO SOU 1300 2000 4 inch 2S0 400 650 1000 12UJ 1750 2500 ,'iCol 3M 550 850 lirXl 15 00 2200 3300 H Col 653 10 00 100 22 00 2700 3S00 CO 00 1 Col 10 00 16 00 2200 2700 3800 6300 100 00 Local and.Special Notices, 10 cents a line. Legal notices at the rates prescribed by law. EJ-Transient and Legal advertisements must be paid for in advance. All letters in relation-to business In any way connected...

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. — 26 May 1877

,' z ' r"'-VB'"'' - - i." '"-; , c ." t j i ' IV - r -"," .;- GENERAL BREVITIES. To aid him in breaking off the habit of tobaccohewing, an Onondaga County (N. Y.) man had all his teeth extracted. "Women journalists are said to be more numerous in Philadelphia than any other city of the country. About every daily in.the city has one or more of them on its stain There is more steamboating on the muddy Missouri this year than there has been any season during the past ten years, the Black Hills trade being the chief stimulant. A woman in Minneapolis parted from her husband because she believed that he did not love her, and then he killed himself because she had deserted him. Evidently they did not understand each other. If you toss a penny fairly, and it comes up heads three times running, the chances for the fourth are still exactly what they are at. first that, is exactly equal. Gamblers deny this, but no mathematician will. A Minneapolis man asks 810.000 damages of a wealthy widow fo...

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. — 2 June 1877

" -.1 " . A'rSO VOLUME Xi: IOLA, ALLEN COUTS KANSAS, JUNE 2, 1877. NUMBER 23. sl ( il- cv W 1 i i. ! - 44 TZEE SUNRISE NEVER FAILED US YET." Upon the sadness of the sea The sunset broods regretfully ; From the far, lonely spaces, slow Withdraws the tristful afterglow. So out of life the splendor dips ; So darken all the happy skies; So gathers twilight, cold and stern; But o erhead the planets burn. And up the east another day Shall chase the bitter dark away; What though our eves with tears be wet? The sunrise never failed us yet. The blush of dawn may yet restore Our light and hope and Joy once more. Sad soul, take comfort, nor forget That sunrise never failed us vet 1 Cclia Theater, m ScrUmer for June. A TEAR AGO. A year ago -o walked the woods, A year ago to-day; The lanes w ere white with blackthorn bloom, The hedges sweet with May. We trod the happy woodland ways, Where sunset lights between The slender hazel-stems streamed clear, And turned to gold the green. Thrushes sangthr...

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. — 2 June 1877

mik " 3 fi5. '-2i- j. l"K?r,s jfefj '" R5f- wV W bv 7 lr l.v l. :V, fe- THE REGISTER FVKJBHKD ETEBT SATU&DAT.HKirDtG. INGEKSOIXAPKKMNS. lOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COtTMTx. tkehb: One year, in advance, : OS 00 Six months,' in advance 1 00 Three months. In advance,... no 8ATUBDAY, JUNE 1877., , ." G. D. Ihoeesoll, ....." .-....-...Editor H. A. PKRKIH8, ...... ..Local Editor. FoUK-lccliea of snow fell in Berkshire County, Mass., on the24th,ult. At the LottUrille races on Thursday last, Ten Broeck made the best two-mile time on record 3:27$. Geh. Grant arrived safely at Liver pool and was cordially received by the Mayor and other citizens. These was quite a heavy frost in portions of Northern Illinois and Michi gan on the night of Thursday of last week. . John Lothbop .Motley, the well known American historian died of para lysis at the residence of his son-in-law in Doreetshire,England,on Wednesday last The 21st of this month will be a re- remarkable day in the hi...

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. — 2 June 1877

Fx&' .Z2 - 5 eiisiiWg jafaS- - '-i ' it - --.. 1: V? r va I f V: 1 . 3- " ' M REREGISTER. BATUBDAY, JUNE 2, 1877. THltOryiCIAI. COUNTY PAWMt K L. -Q. R. R. T1ME-TA8LK. : ' GonrairoKTH. PAS8ENGEE FREIGHT.:..... aoisa SOUTH. PASSENGER.. FEEIGHT... , 5 ---Hn- .. 9:58 a. ..12:15 p. n LOCAITNOTES. ORASHOPPER MEETING. Ths.citizens of Iola Township Are re quested to meet at The court-house to- r day .(Saturday) at three o'clock P. M.,. for the purpose of consultation in regard - to the advisability of organizing and fight ing the grrBshoppera, in pursuance with the promiens of an act passed by last legislature. juun uakkih, Trustee of Iola Township. WEEK Of BARGAINS. 200yds white Victoria " Lawn at 15 c per yard, worth 25 c. Another large stock Millinery Goods Rich -Flowers Stylish Mats. White Llama Shawls $1.50, worth $2.00. 200 yards best quality Cord Fiqucs, 1 0 cents per yard, worth 15 cents. 50 pairs Mens Calf Shoes $1 50 pair, worth 42.00. - $50 pairs Boys Calf Shoes at 75 cents ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 2 June 1877

-; "a s- iT-- ;' "t,'i-a:EL-?- 'i-rrirTeLS-rrvfi-rf1.- -W i -3 '-fe.ri iiJifcVfr-'i-C;.iPV'lvc- Y ' - -M , YCVTS&'JB& ,- "fc !?2Vrir'trb,'a!: o -lali i r srrsAs '. --re.. sty .- --t" -j & r-5. , "" i-t . ri. .- -w-'v j . -.-w-: - z- -m. jfc .. -- - " -a1- "i ', . " '"". , - "SiiW ' "J" VI-- ,J. '"" y-T- , . , . "--" 1 T r- It: I: f: u-v ft I5K.. IS. ;fe . 5??L ', & ;- GENEBSBEtmiS. Fbof. DAYiDSONwagkt, spider's web as it waslbeing spaa,-sad found that it was composed of 28 different strands. Two thousand sheep were lately sold in Adelaide, South Australia, at 25 cents a head. This is the effect of tne drought. Drought and flood are the curses of that country. Two Virginia City undertakers fought in the street, the other day, for the possession of a body that one had laid out and the other had stolen. The stealing undertaker kept the body, but couldn't collect his bill. The sea holds 60,000,000,000,000 tons of salt. Should the sea be dried up, there would be a deposit...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 9 June 1877

z&t&ri V. " .j-rtaKe- wwsaHrfrV6asfr' ' J--fcg&csM5Saatf - '' A"- -? .Sil J, " T - VI &"y -IJr ;- -,m V6. ,i -c r.-mf ,mo't:-' &. -1y r VOLUME XI. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, JUNE 9, 1877. NUMBER 24. LI Tes. s - THE vav- ,". SBaT" 'A " vl B . i i W I L l r I ii 'I mm m - . II II LW H 11 . H.K - BBBB aBBBl BBBBF .BBBB1 Si 31 i.S AMaBm m. I 1 , 1 1 J 1 III J I I'al Ii -M - ' H --r B Au "A ""' "bb $ -fi ll- J r -e y CURRENT EVENTS. A dispatch to the Galveston News from Corpus Christi, 28th, says: Word was received to-day of the murder of Francisco G. Florer, a prominent citi zen of San Diego, and his son Tebar cio. The robbers were eight in num ber, all Mexicans. They obtained 700 in money. The same party captured W. Lott, President of tho Corpus Christi and .Rio Grande Roilroad, Mr. Lewis, and a driver named Mays. They robbed thoBi of all the money and jewelry on their persons and stripped them of their clothes. The country is alarmed and hunting for the robbers. A...

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. — 9 June 1877

' - -iint ..--vsf.i .--t-3.l .j. . - - - --.?.... , , , ; r - , . - -- ---.----.---- . . ,---.-... . i., Bl ,, TnTi-----rT-..lTT-TT--ff aw, . JS3Bi:v. wv - 1 -..- ' v-aT,.':rvV!--,liJ H-.."-i-.--Jr, J. ?"V-3-; ? '.i-JL " -,'- yfi? . 'MV 1., ' V --:-: ---.-J" r.,;rj JJt.w:&.-r .VJ; j.-" rapK-: yVtI Pr & ifc t-- T?rHE REGISTERS PUBLISHED EVKEY ffATPEpAYMOENINa. BT S INGEBSOIX & PERKINS. IOIGA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS. OmCIAL PAPER OF COTJWTT. TEEMS: One year, In advance, 92 00 ' Sir months, in advance,. 1 00 Tnree months, in advance, so gATUBDAY, JUNE 9, 1877. Q. D. Ikoebsoij., .-. ..Editor H. A. Pebkjks. Local Editor. Learenworth County Horticultural So ciety made a fine display of some 200 arieties of apples at the Centennial, and receired an award for an "exceed ingly fine display of a. Jarge number of aiMties; the specimens very targe ana fair, and very free from blemishes." The late session of the Legislature passed an act providing for the payment of a bounty "to the pe...

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. — 9 June 1877

jsfyisy &&& .&.. - --V U :.". Wl -' .-Ca:3rfji &-; rar-,i.' s a,-" jW.iJLelllil. pi-- "-- v i T - i c. THE REGJ3TER. aTUEDAY,.JUNE 9, 1877. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY' PAPER , I I, , O. R. R. TIME-TABLE. L r, GOIKOITOETH. .PASSENGER -9:68 A. M. HEIGHT. 12:15 P. M. 4 GOING SOUTH. PASSENGER. 5:20 P. M. PREIGHT. 2:10 P. H. WEEK Of BARGAINS. 200 yds white Victoria Lawn at 15 c per yard, worth 25 c. Ajwther large stock 'Millinery Goods Rich .Flowers Stylish Mats. r White Llama Shawls 41.50 t worth $2.00. 200 yards best quality Cord Piques, 1 0 centsper yard, worth 15 cents. 50 pairs Mens Calf Shoes $1.50 pair, worth $2.00. ; $50 pairs Boys Calfl Shoes at 75 cents pair worth $1.25. YATES' ONE PRICE CASE DRY GOODS STORE. I GHT NTN L i q n T x j x q . HAS STRUCK OLD RELIABLE. CHOICE FLOURS $4.50 per 100 3-X FLOUR $4.20 per 100 BEvery Sack Warranted. Discount on 500 lb Lota. CHAS. D. BRIOGS. tfEW GOODS at J.F. COLBORN'S. Good Goods CHEAP at J. F. COLBORN'S. Best Selected stock o...

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. — 9 June 1877

m: - rzi:&zfvr , -t?-sv tar-ii j "SS?- r-.?' r ", -&&?, i Ji ..'iS-J-i .wvc.--'?" -1 -? ; - ", - .' . -'5H- - K"jH&'rrff5rrf?,?.?ii '" Rrj"rvw - '"t"'-- .----7- -1 -zf, . - ... - - . . - - . p- j- . - II ... - . A - v, ",'-,fP IL- ! J m TJ ..ju g& a i I ' I tjt. 1 -A - I 7 ' m - a 3 GEKElfAL BREYIHES. . The old-fashioned silver comb is com ing in vogue again. In Sing-Sing prison 50 sewing ma chines, run by steam, keep the female convicts busy. Mb. Alexander Corbet, of Ver mont, who is 82 years old, claims to have read the Bible through 80 times. As innocent-looking girl, 16 years old, is under arrest in Lewiston, Maine, for stealing a horse and carriage. Someboby has taken the trouble to keep a record of the number of kittens born to a TSew England cat. The num ber has reached 103, and the prospects continue appalling. Mrs. James Loriher Graham, Jr., a wealthyyoung New York widow, has - erected in Florence, Italy, a beautiful tomb to the memory of her husband. Mr...

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. — 16 June 1877

" ,f ri "w-r -- ,. ,&uttgi&2iz:M $i -,jj.";-'ii.r - ?" v . i M - "v&t. n . At ' - . VOLUME XI. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, JUNE 16, 1877. NUMBER'25. BBl - BBJ "m - -am BBl nV . . : "" 1 i - . m -". J V 3ram M 'JLX'J-J . J AM-JL-- -m- ' . a. r-f 4 ... x s )) t v PC K- lrZ$ ;r - ' f2 JW CURRENT EVENTS. Four of ,the miscreants who made the almost successful attempt to wreck'a passenger train on the St.Louis and San Francisco Railroad at Woodend Station.have been arrested. Their names are Leroy Oliver, George Gibson, John Long and Allen Greenstreet. Oliver ibas made a full confession, stating that "the plan was matured after full deliber ation and that the sole object was plun. der. There were four more in the gang ana it was tnought' all would be cap tured. Additional particulars' of the fatal cyclone.at Mount Carmel, HI, are as fol lows : The storm came from the south west, leveling all in its path; and passed away a little to the "north of east. The path of the tempest em...

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. — 16 June 1877

fefsga tVN S- B? .. - && Tf i.3 fcrt?- "V .wtST-n. - tAvf SfS"' r'-C.-'Zf &4r.-tT-ij-' P'- 1 fe BS13- rcf-.v-j- -j s2?A . 2 . - m ir-jl 'X-7"S s ?. x: THE REGISTER PUBLISHED EVERY SATUKSAY MOEHOrO. CfGEHSOLL & FEBJOS3. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY,' KANSAS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUKTT. terms: One year, ia advance, Six months, in advance, Three moaths, la advance, . . . . ..tseo ... 1W ... 59 8ATUBDAY, JUNE16, 1877, G. D. Inobrsoll,...-. Editor H. A. Perkins,.....". Local Editor. JJ"Gov. Osbora has received his appointment aa Minister to Chili. J-HIgh water has been prevalent aU over the State recently. Considerable damage baa been done. rA cage containing a couple of lions belong ing to a circus was overturned at Junction City last Tuesday week. JJ-Tbe Great Mercantile College at Keokuk has become an immense school. Students go to it from all over the Union. J3-Tbe Burlington Patriot man goes into hys terics every time be sees a paper with a patent aide. PUaunton Ottavtr. gJ-Tbe ...

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. — 16 June 1877

M."-JFiilllU'. '' ' . l ' .U'gi'i JU. Illi.ll '11 J'Uai.tH'i1 UliL'J."j ' QUIA J "".Jl 'W gji j"i Mia" i 111 1 IJL' i , luff ' L'jL ' J . . . J ' L . .' lii.JlH! LM. '' ." i'.' " '.' .... 'tlJl'BtMff HU'.ll'M. ' P"i I'll1 B W WlUfJ IIWlanlll.li. 11 PlllilBIJUflilJKJIPti'lWJJl'JllllU.J IM'iL'.JiW'j "'MMH 9.C&. raSsr, e?wsr.- -v ",,'- xmm' &F I.TA" rAAa- k,''-' sr- Ft ' y - THE REGISTER. SATURDAY, JUNElyi877. THB OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER LOCAL, NOTES. I We know of m baainess asaa ia School exhibition next Thursday this town who took some blank cards, h3L .- i 1UG.R.R. TIME-TABLE. oonrairosTH. PASSENGER. ..... 9:58 A. ic FREIGHT. ...1205 P. M. aoare south. PASSENGER. 5-.30p.-H. FREIGHT. 2:10 p. v. ADVERTISING RATES. enable persons wishing to color the adTaata- of oar columns, to aaeertain for themselTea -pHK following table ofadTertiaing rate trill X eaaoie persons wishing to enjoy the mot ooreolomns. to aaeertain for tfc the exact cost of any amount of adrertUlngfor any raigia 01...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 16 June 1877

tw S&2&. -5" "-. rii4m nr-r t ?. V' ' . !-- --, I a' Iri .,- - : k Nr I - :'i T J- ny --,-- ev- LA ?? R - f' SRjS "Ji rVirVT ' 52.T-. 'A!', rf. iT-T "-. a wen AuageaiswiMw., Testerday a man clad in the garband -: haying the general style of & frontiers man called at Mr. Eppstein's jpawn brokerti office, on the corner; of wood--vrardVkndNTeflerson Avenues, and said he w6ulfIike to make a dicker. V ' " Well.'Bir; what can I do for you?" inquired the nrbane attendant. " I've got some gold here," said the stranger. "I'm hard up and want to raise some money on this 'ere pile." He took from-an inner breast-pocket a small pasteboard box,scarefully lifted the cover off, and disclosed to the pawn brokers handful of gold nuggets. "Where did you getthat?'" inquired the pawnbroker. Dug er myself," was the reply. " How much do you want for it?" " Oh?" roturned.theminer,"'"I don't want to sell it; only want to inake'a temporary raises I guess $150 will see me through for a few days, a...

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. — 23 June 1877

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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. — 23 June 1877

"?C i 3&S'Ss5'JS 1 Z v 5 J"- -" -" IS r 0.-TW rv.n'j fc -.7 """ 1.- L Va -. : Jil-?'.-' 4T iv5--7 ifi :-.- !tU.fwiT-i - j.jj -w jfjar-ir-?! -.tvi " ' "LT?;r -a2?.-- i-i M&WmmmMI CES?f?N'Ji"''-5r:'?'-Jiat- t.-.iSt 4-ir i-t&s: J2XK. !5iJit&?'ftttfl?PZi- V,2S53Sn6S-J5iSiriArSBfir- Xfc:-- "":v -W-.,AtSf: '- Wl-'r. ;7 ' - T v rr. -r v: - " x "'' "'" -"'- -rf - C ,- ji . - - . -- . j 7ii -": J-- ' S-'- .',3.-iTJ5'i:3.-SSV''V!i 2t" 1-.' lSj- jert. C -&fr iiSf4- selx & &1& !-. . . : fcIA- . &ry- - r.'- . P. I, i r- fc 1 te IN.' I.? j- lf i XHE REGISTER PUBLISHED EVERT 8ATTJKDAY SfOUISO. EiGEKSQIX PERK1K8. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KASBA8. OPPICIAI. OF OOUMTZ. TERiia: Oae year, In advance W 00 siinnui, id aaranoe i w aths, In adrsaoe 60 SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1877. Q. D. Inoeesoll, Editor H. A. EERKnrB,.. Locai junior. J3"The Year! jC Mexican reTolntloa has com BMBced. JTbe first normal elaaa, thirteen members, gradnated from the State University last Monday. JCJ-Th...

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. — 23 June 1877

.--3$? n. ri2UJS?v 5? y-n- PtJih-f ig&zg - m.? &? Jr. iw ' b IV . r It ir56 ft-;. ' 6 s H n t'v a &Sfe TTTTIT T 't?fTl&&i&S 4S5y jJ-""fc"r VVAaJ'AJ3.lV,. SATURDAY, JUNE 28; 1877.- THE OFFICIAL COUNTY FAPER .1, L. 0. S. RTXM B-TABLaV, - " eonra hosts. ? PASSENGER. .t .. 9:68 A; X. FREIGHT. i...12:15 P. M. spia . GOING SOUTH. PASSENGER........;...... 6:20 p.m. FKEIQHT.... ........... ......... 2:10 P. it. . ADVERTISING RATES. TAB Allowing table of adTertislag rate will enable persona wishing to enjoj the adranta Resef onr columns, to ascertain for themselves the exact cost of any amount of advertising for any length of time. . sues lw, 2w. w. Sm. 8m. 6m. lyr. llneh SI 60 $130300 MOO Si SO $630 $1000 Siaeh ISO 4S5 850 5 00 660 1000 15 00 iaeh SM 300 6 03 TOO 830 1300 0 00 Slash 250 400 650 1000 1300 17 60 S3 00 AJCol 350 550 850 12 OJ 1500 2100 3500 HCol 850 10 00 1409 S4 00 4700 38 00 6000 lOollOOO 1600 2300 2700 3800 63 00 19000 local and 8peclal Notices, 10 c...

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. — 23 June 1877

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Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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