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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 19 January 1878

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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. — 26 January 1878

NUMBER-5! VOLUMEfXIlZ .. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY," KANSAS, JANUARY 26, 1878. x n IS h CURRENT EVENTS. The, funeral of the latejKing Victor .hmanuel took place at Rome on the 17th. The funeral cortege, composed principally of military, was an hour and a half in passing. In the official, por tion of the procession were, the Crown Prince of .Germany, with representa tives of Austria, Portugal and Baden, who walked abreast. The services were held in the Pantheon, which was splen didly decorated. The ecclesiastical service was confined to a single absolu tion and benediction, pronounced by -Mous. Gori, arch-priest of the Chapter of the Church. " Count Zichy, Austrian Ambassador at Constantinople, informed the Turk ish Foreign Minister, Server Pasha, . previous to the departure of the latter to Kasanlik to negotiate for an armis tice, that he had received instructions from Vienna that Austria could not pre vent the conclusion of an armistice on a basis of peace preliminaries, but that, as a si...

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 January 1878

axsryriT-riairaiiiaw-Mwa3!v!S!i'' jH."""1 (5asssaoaiK&i ggasw "f ye iwajg EJgg tfmwMumBMWMin p .I..IW.IUJ &&S22; SAS rg.ja,.., iragnprtfcufrnranQiTKHTiig'Mm1 THE REGISTER OmciAI PAPER OP COUNTY. PUBLISHED EVERY 8ATTJKDAY MOBNING, BT INGEESOLL & PEKKTNS. I0LA, ALLEJTCOUNTY, KANSAS. .G. D. Ingebsoll, ......Editor H. A. PERKINS, Local Editor. TERMS: One year, in advance 82 00 Six months, in advance 1 00 Three months, in advance, SO 8ATUEDAY, JANITABY 26, 1878. W. W. Sain has sold the Neosho Falls jPott to Messrs. Powell h Dickson. We are unacquainted with the new proprie- arSjbut wish them success. A test vote on the passage of Stanley Matthews silver resolution, took place ,in the Senate a few days ago with the .following result: In its fovor, 81;lb William M. Tileston: and "Solimin .against, 19. If it is any consolation to the people of the West in the midst of the present .stringent times, to know that it is .equally as bad, or worse, somewhere else, they can have it...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 26 January 1878

i 9 I 5 X. i THE REGISTER. r. SATURDAY, JANDABY 26, 1878, THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER 8. A. FIBERS, Iditor. ATTEND THE GREAT SALE Flannels and "Waterproofs AT CASH D1Y C000S ST01B BEGINNING Holiday Morning, Jan. 21, To be continued until the goods are closed out. Goods Marked Down 26 aad 60 Fr Cat. BELOW COST. 3 pieces heavy Plaid Flannel, 25 c reduced front 50. 3 Pieces Bed Twilled Flannel, 25 c, reduced from 50. 2 pieces Handsome Grey Flannel, 25 c, reduced from 60. 1 viece White Rome Made Fannel, 25 c , cost 50 cents. 2 pieces Handsome Shirtim! Flannel 25 c, reduced from 40. o -?,, n.imt,. Flannel 35 c. reduced ; from 70. Z, IJLVCCiJ JJCOO ojuiu- Waterproof, 75 c cost SI W-'t 3 pieces Blach Wasi proof, 80 c. cost 75. 2 pieces Blach Water proof, 50 c. cost 65. 2 pieces Gold Mixed Waterproof, 75 c. cost $1. 26 Ladies Felt Shirts, 5D c. reduced from $1.00. 9 Ladies Knit Jackets, $1.00, reduced from $1.50. 55 Mens Plush Caps, 50 c. reduced from $1.00. 23 Boys Caps, 25 c. cost 50 cents....

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 January 1878

t t-v -i r c r ( i ... i --""-"f:i-rrn in i r r i n '-'" -'"- - -m im t .wwi w jr57x-JBffT""-"r'TT - irtn r v"'"' ' -. - H - 'i r rpi ; ;.. , ,,;, firrj.ii - An Open teller. It Speaks for Itself. RocKrorrr, Mas?., April 2a, 1877. Mn.EnrroR: Having read In yoar paper re- - ports of the remarkable cures of catarrii, I am induced to loll "what I know about catarrii," and 1 1 -uicy the "stirtfT' and " iuhalin;-tube" makers (mere dollar-grabbcre) would be glad If they could emblazon a rfmilar cure In the papers. ForEC years I suffered Trith catarrh. The nasal passages became completely closed. "Snnll," -dut," "aslic?," "lnf.aliiig-tabes," and " Ftidc," wouldn't work, thouli at Inter vals I would sniff up the fo-called catarrh snuff, until I became a valuable tester forRuch medicines. I irradiially jrrcw orsc, and no one can know how much" I suffered or i hat a miserable b;in:jl ims. My head ached, over my ejes. so that I was confined to my bed for many successive days, suiTerimrtl'e'most...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 2 February 1878

tttflr6CUaUfluus Ttccjur-i- m-j. gynary Ettjwy ra"" -- -y- - L ? xv 7IvTTTX REGISTER t .i' J. j" j ..& xx1 I i ,ec ."'i Volume xn. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, FEBRUARY 2, 1878. NUMBER 6. TOLA - s jurn? M M M m A 1 . j e r .. V if . c ii4- w kA CURRENT EVENTS. Correspondence hasv'taken, place be tween Representative Glover, Chairman of , the Committee of Expenditures in the Treasury, Department, and President Hayes,touchingthe proposed investiga ' 'Hon of alleged abuses in said Depart ment: The President assures Mr. Glover that he shall.be glad to cooperate hearti wi lyjvith the committee in the proposed in vestigation, and assurance is given to ,all subordinate officers that the fact of ..their testifying before the committee shall not be used to their prejudice. In pursuance of a resolution adopted by the St. Paul River Improvement Convention, a memorial has beenJ .prepared and presented to Con gress, r asking for the nee essary legislation and appropriations for the permanent ...

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 February 1878

THE REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER OP COUNTY. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. BT IXGERSOLL PERKINS. IOLA, ALLENCOUNTY, KANSA8. G. D. Ingersoll, Editor H. A. Perkins, Local Editor. teems: One year, in advance $2 00 Six months, in advance, 1 00 Three months, in advance, SO 8ATUBDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1878. Crawford County, last Tuesday voted, by a majority of 96, in favor of issuing $50,000 in aid of tbe Xansas Central Railroad project. The latest advices from British Amer- ica state that notwithstanding the recent ( reports, Sitting Bull has not crossed the line, nor is there any indications that he Nn tends doing so. The unsatisfactory state of financial matters in the East is shown by the fol lowing item from the New York Evening Post of a recent date : "Never in the memory of bankers of long and varied experience Has there been as unsatisfactory a feeling respect ing tbe situation as there is to-day. One of .the oldest bankers in the city, and one whose name, if we could mention it, would be...

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 February 1878

fJ-J " W Wl V 'gMi . -i eK"-W -, Wrw. ' kjeew. a ay.TMirviiiKSr.i. ;r ; - v' " THEI0L1KEGISTER. Published Every Saturday. TOLA. KAXSAS. GEXEBAL BREYITIES. - Each convict in the Ohio Penitentiary costs the State one dollar and four cents a week. Philadelphia, has a Sabbath Alli- .ance, recently formed, for the enforc ment of the Sunday laws. 1 A Boston bachelor owns a dress-coat "which he has loaned to 23 bride-groom3 'to get married in. The Keokuk Northern Line Packet .Company has banished the bar from all its boats. These bars have heretofore 'netted the company $12,000 a year. u A little more than 10 years ago the Japanese army were stdl using bows and arrows and wearing armor; now the soldiers use breach-loading rifles, i' There were five steamers, 29 ships and' 101 other vessels built in Maine lust year, the aggregate tonnage being 70, 308 tons. This is an increase over 1875 and 1876. In England, the womenjdways pur chase the groceries and provisions for the family; if a man sho...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 2 February 1878

THE REGISTER. SATURDAY, FEBEDAEY 2, 1878. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER B.A.FXBKB7S, Editor. THE HUNDREDS WHO HAVE ATTENDED OTJB G1MT CLOSDit SAU The last two weeks can testify to the WONDERFULBAEGAINS THEY HAVE PUBCHA8ED IN Flannels and "Waterproofs We have a few pieces Flannels and Water proof left which we shall close during the next ten days at HALF WHAT THE GOODS ACTUALLY COST US. 2 pieces blue and white Opera Flannels, fine, worth 75 cents to be closed at 35 cents. J pieces all wool lieavy Shirtine flannels, m solid colors, plaids and striped, extra, sellevery- wliere at 50 cents, to be sacrificed at 25 cts. a yard. All wool Twilled and plain grey Flannels 25 c. worth 50 cents. Waterproofs at 75 cents that cost us $1.00, Waterproofs at 50 cents that cost us ?5. Blankets. Tlie greatest bargains ever offered in white lOx-f wool Blankets, to close what we have left. 3 pairs heavy lOxJf- white Blankets, $2.00, pair, worth $4.00. 5 pairs extra lieavy lOx. white Blankets, $3.50 pair wor...

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. — 9 February 1878

t j v y ir. . !. ' t - .i -i fc 5"'' i- . - 9 -' REGISTER :-ET2 VOLUME XII. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, FEBRUARY 9, 1878. NUMBER 7. THE IOLA CURRENT EVENTS. Dispatches from Laredo to the Gal vYeston Atetcs give intelligence of a dar ing raid upon the towns of Candela, Savinasand Hidalgo in the State of Tamaulipas, on tlie 22d ult., by a party of 50 Mexicans, mostly from Texas, un der command of Col. Y. Salinas, an ad uerent of Lerdo. They seized the prin cipal men of these towns and forced them to pay $G,000. Upon being pur sued they separated, a portion of the band recrossing into Texas below Lare do, at which place it is said the raid was planned. The Senate Finance Committee have authorized Senator Allison to offer, with its sanction, as an amendment to the Silver bill, his provision for an interna tional money conference to fix a com mon ratio value of gold and silver. The I determination of this ratio is not, how ever, a condition precedent to the pro visions of the bill; on 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. — 9 February 1878

maMMgPMH M--".. ,mi :.J.mmKfx1u..iutlil " -"1-rH- --7, ,-i - -r, ,, , ,--yy fy - - luummmammm frKss rr-T, :rr"' t- ' ' "'J'"""1 wpwwywwji, t),, QmwmmmaBrr-ufinmj&j-i mjjwi TH REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUKTT. PUBLISHED EVERY 8ATURDAY MORNING. bt EXGEESOLL & PERKINS. IOLA, ALLBNCODNTy, KANSAS. G. D. Ikgeesoll, Editor H. A. PEEKIN8, Local Editor. TERMS : One year, in advance, 2 00 Six months, in advance, 1 00 mreemonuu, ut advance, su SATUBDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1878. It is not now believed that the Presi dent will veto the silver bill. Theee of the Kinsley train robbers have been arrested and held for trial. Parsons to ted bonds in aid of an east and west narrow gauge railroad this week. The Central Branch Railroad is now running regular trains to Concordia, 155 miles west of Atchison. Ben. Wade is confined to his bed by a sever attack of typhoid fever, and fears are entertained that he may not recover. The banking honse of Turner & Otis, at Independence, Kansas, "temporarily ...

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 February 1878

THE REGISTER. SATUEDATFEBEITABY 9, 1878. THE OFFICIAL COUNTV PAPER H. A. PESKWS, - .Editor. THE HUNDREDS WHO HAVE ATTENDED OTJB ElfiAT CLOSING SAU The last two weeks can testify to the WONDERFULBAEGAINS THEY HAVE PURCHASED IN Flannels and Waterproofs We have a few pieces Flannels and Water proof left which we shall close during the next ten days at HALF WHAT THE GOODS ACTUALLY COST US. 2 pieces blue and white Opera - Flannels, fine, worth 75 cents to be closed at 35 cents. 4 pieces all wool heavy Shirting Flannels, in solid colors, plaids and striped, extra, sell every- wliere at 50 cents, to be sacrificed at 25 cts. a yard. All wool Twilled and plain grey Flannels 25 c. worth 50 cents. Waterproofs at 75 cents that cost us $1.00. Waterproofs at 50 cents that cost us 75. Blankets. The greatest bargains ever offered in white lOxJ-iodbl Blankets, to close what we have left. 3 pairs lieavy 10x white Blankets, $2.00, pair, worth $4.00. 5 pairs extra heavy 10x4 white Blankets, $3.50 pair ...

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 February 1878

ji ' n-im.i, i mpin, ,i, "i. nil,, mi in iiiii .!. ,i .r. m .ii.iii m i mi, i --i WPWWMMT in ii.iijii .1111,1.. , nfl-i-'nnu-rpi in iM-7m J imfiii m .... :"... " ---..- M ; - ,- .. .. M i i nrwiriW -- - sx--. 4r j-- v yii'' -- rA-v - p- -v -r tnr MMiaanHMMnHHH fc f ji" 3.-nru v . - - - 7 . . . ' ..-. .., . , i i Tt a.a.ii S'r .TSfedfeUC 4MtJS3t.fr- a---- rtaiOCMeaB I, lh UOi i Jf-.rtfa . -- i-tir jxsmpv-rus- Ayij-. --We-0&k--- ati &Atti5-'ffc213? I al SliT , .r. -., ' ' I ., ' " i ' - . . i. m,-....-..-.,-- f .h-t-'wt-.-,- -- .. ; r ; -..ii. nir j i inrrynriTT '' if- - '' "'rwT-vra!SgWBfMaiBifiWtfTffHl Honor la MI Own Land. The IIlstoiT of New TorkSUte, "The da-bay r-'-1' nucji iuu ueueiactors 01 niimonuj were allowed to live m iROominlous poverty their sacrifices, ttelr labors, unrecoropensed. To-day, the benctactora of the peoplo the men who devote their lives and energies to the interests of humanitv these are the men whom the world delists to honor, and whom It rewards w...

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 February 1878

r."iinx!fl ."in X. K? " " -,"- llXaUiaa J. - . i.i- .UO 7 , 0IVUO'J si - -S A t ; je i. . , . . r i 1 . " - J . . f - VOLUME XII. CURRENT EVENTS. A London dispatch of the 8th-says: In. the House of Commons; this after noon, Sir Stafford Northcote, Chan cellor of the Exchequer, communicated a summary of the terms of the armis tice. He said they disclose such a state . of affairs that the Government, in view ot a possible disturbance "-in Constantinople, has ordered a portion of the fleet thither, not as a departure from the neutrality, but as a protection of life and property. After debate in committee, the vote of 6,000,000 passed by a division, 328 to 124, amid enthusiastic cheers from Con servatives. Gladstone voted with the minority. A London dispatch of the 11th says : The Porte has refused to allow the Brit ish fleet to approach Constantinople, and pending further negotiations the fleet remains, in Besika Bay. Prince Gorts chakoff has officially informed the Powers that Russia ...

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 February 1878

THE REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER OP COTJHTT. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MOBNING. INGERSOLL 4 PERKINS. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS. G. D. IXQERSOLL, .... H. A. Perkins,.....,. . I.... Editor .Local Editor. terms : One year, in advance, , Six months, in advance,....., Three months, in advance,... .2 00 ..100 .. SO .8ATUBDAY, FEBEUARY 17, 1878. The funeral of the late Pope will take .place at the Sextine Chapel in Rome on the 16th, 17th and 18th days of this month. Gideon Welles, President Lincoln's Secretary of the Navy, died at hi home in Hartford, Conn., jjfaj; Monday even ing, from the effects of a carbuncle. He had been sick about two weeks. The body of Mrs. Jane Pittman, who died in Cincinnati a few days ago, will be taken to Washington, Penn., and cremated, in accordance with a request made by the deceased lady a short time before her death. Eli Peekins, having spoken of Jeff. Davis as a traitor, the Atlanta Constitu tion says : "The South is full of just such traitors as Jeff. Davis. 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. — 16 February 1878

i k THE REGISTER. .SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1878. '-THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER LOST t METHODIST EPI6POCAL. Corner of JeSfenon avenue and Broadway St. ervteeTerTSbbetli atHK A. x. mal7 P.. Class No. 1. fmnaediatelr after moraine: service : JUs No. s, XsaMSaxW- jca Prayer meetiasH Children aMeting, Thursday. 4 r. at. Choir meetrar. Batnrdar. 7M r. x. s. School Meeting, lit Monday of every month, 7K r. a " r J. 8. Kun, Pasta ,Tke (stance to bay & Bill of - GOOBSATLESSTHIN "WTiolesale Prices Unless you come soon at CASH DIY GOODS STOlfi 27&e Clieap Goods are "going fast. Never before have such ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES been offered. On account of the bad roads we shall continue Our Great Sale Two weeks longer, so that all may have the oppor tunity to purchase some of the WIBRFDL BARGAINS PRESBYTERIAN. Corner Madison arcane tad Western Services 10K a. m.and7t. m. Baaaar School tii a. m. 8. Q. Claw, Pastor- BAPTIST. On Sycamore Street. Services eTerr Sabbath at 11 o'clock A. x. and 7 ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 16 February 1878

.""'.. SZ'irC?minZ T.-1- . 1ag3tistyJag-sgHeirgcrw-.? - y 'jwpni'tfmp'j j p ji.hw w ftamjTj - i ' T" Hii&'.L-.VvJS .jj' .i:-rf io:hth hht . w lv THE IOLOEGISTER. - ; 1 Published Every Saturday;. I OLA." KAXSAS. GENERAL BBETITIE8. The Shah of Persia lias 6,000 people, on his staff. An entire paper suit can.be bought in Japan for 25 cents Mhs. Bbidget Gallagher, of Cin cinnati, has begnn her 105th year. Seneca, the plain philosopher, was worth a hundred and twenty millions of dollars. Mes. Elizabeth F. Dekky, who died in Pittsbnrg, Pa., a few days ago, gave away during her life time at least $1,000, 000 to charitable institutions. Her es tate is valued at over $6,000,000. Minneapolis, Minn., has three mu ' tual benefit building associations, all in a flourishing condition, and St. Paul has 10. The stockholders, who include men, women and minors, pay $1 monthly. The Richmond Transcript exhumes the fact that Virginia once had a native African for Governor. Gov. Alex. Spottswood, who...

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 February 1878

- -fc jr - --r- -, sa - ... 'ffjfe;iL;it::;'XLl 4 VOLTJME XII. WyMM STtvW 1KB iola, allencotjnty, Kansas, February 23, 1878. NUMBER 9, TOLA T3 Tri TQTTr P lJ LP I I J-vfli.y' L 1 CURRENT EVENTS. The remains of the JatcTopewere publidy exhibited at St-Peter's on the 10tS?r Th crowd Vas"tremendonsrand many women fainted. A company of soldiers had to enter the chnrch to reg ulate the passage pi the crowds: The body, arrayed in pontifical robes, lay on a crimson bed, at each corner of' which stood a member of .the Noble Guard. WTthdrawn sword The bed was sur- . rounded by 12 large candelabra, and was so arranged that the feet of the de ceased were outside the altar raijs, in order, that the faithfnl might kiss them. The' face was balm "and unchanged by death. ,? . H ,,i , A Rome-dispatch of- the 12th says : In reply to a question from several for eign courts, the Papal Nuncios have been instructed to Announce that the funeral of the late Pope will be private ly celebrated in the" Sistin...

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 February 1878

"" Illliri ') i m i '" "i-hTii !!! i n, i ii hTi n miini urn i n i. iriiiin. urn wmim u mnnrim r'MffltfaT'f'r-L-"" M , i ,iwi iinni n win hum iiij-L-jWumin-ini rtg... iit- ' -. r - - yaw.-g vy j?. .&. ! THE REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. rCBUBHEOETEBT SATURDAY M0SHI5G. BT TKGERSOLL ft PERKINS." IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, XAN8AS. G. D. Ingersoll, Editor it. A. 1'eekins,....,, Local Editor. TEEMS: One year. In advance $2 00 Six months, in advance 100 Three months, In advance,.-.....' SO 8ATUBDAY, FEBRUABY 23, 1878. The crirgigal libeltase of Gn. Bice of the Miami Republican, vs. L. J. Perry, of the Water Spirit, tried this week, salted in a yerdict for the defendant. Hon. B. F. Simpson, of Miami coun ty, who was recently appointed United States Marshal for Kansas, has positively declined the position. We are sorry, for Mr. Simpson would have made an honest and ef$ciept officer. Cardinal Joachim Pecci was duly elected Pope on the morning of the 20th inst.on the third balIot,and assume...

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 February 1878

V THE REGISTER. SATURDAY, FEBBUABY 23, 1878. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER LOST The Charce to ny a -Bill of tiOBiS IT LKSS THIN Wholesale Prices Unless you come soon at - METHODIST EPI8POCAL. Corner of JeFersnn arcane sad Broadway St.' Serrkea m Sabbath at MX a. m. aad IX r. m. data No. 1, Immediately after morning acrrloc ; Ctaaa No. 2. Tuesday 7K . at. Prayer meettag Tbanday 7K p. v. Sabbath Scbool 3 r. at. Children' meeting, Taarsday. 4 r. at. Cboir meeting, Satarday, 7 r. . S. School Board meeting, ut Monday orerery montn, 7J r. n, J. 8. Kun, Pastor. PBESBYTEBIAN. Comer Hadiaoa aTcaae aad Western atreat. SerrloeeMKa.ni.aad7D.ja. Bandar School at X a. m. S . O. Class, Pastor. CASIHY.O.KSTIU The Cheap Goods are going fast. Never before have such ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES been offered. Onaccount of the bad roads we shall continue Our. Great Sale Two weeks longer, so that all may have tlie oppor tunity to pwrcliase some of the WONDERFUL B1RG1I1 BAPTIST. On 8yeaaorc Street. Serrlees erery...

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