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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 30 March 1878

- . THE IOIA KEGISim Published Every Saturday. TOLA. KANSAS. GENERAL BREVITIES. Chicago had, in 1877, 28 murders and G6 suicides. Toe newly elected Marshal of the Russian nobles is Count Bobranski, a smart young fellow of 25. Tue new German iron-clad gunboats nave very venomous names wasp, Viner.Bee. Scorpion. Gnat. It is noticeable that the shoulders of ladies who hold up one side of their dresses are becoming very uneven. A New York surseon says his prac tice has' increased one-third since the introduction of velocipedes and roller ssatcs. Republics are not always ungrateful. Years ago Congress gave the -widow of j. resmeni xyier ine ira.iiK.iDg privilege, and she uses it to this day. Small-rox has carried off 4 per cent of New Mexico's population the past year, about 12 per cent of those attacked dying, and the Indians suffering most. The largest mileage of any railroad in England is that ofthe Great Western, 2,081 miles. One of its tunnels cost $5,000,000. The recklessly extrava...

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. — 6 April 1878

-T-n -i yjjg-yjjgj I I -'-' - rf v - fi IOLA VOLUME xn. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, APRIL 6, 1878. NUMBER 15. ""' " T-T'"r-J1 THE REGISTER :? wj CURRENT EVENTS. The Chicago and Alton. the Chicaf-o. Burlington and Quincy, the Bock ls"j inna, the KansasJCity, St. Joseph and council mans and the Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroads, have agreed on a combination till May 1, as against the St. Louis roads for the Southwestern traffic. Owing to the death of Mr. Allison, there will be some delay in issuing sil ver certificates, as the new Register of the Treasury must first be appointed, the signature of such officer being re quired on the certificates. Representative Hewitt, of New York, Has introduced a resolution of inquiry as to the title of the Texas-Pacific Rail road Company to 600 miles of its pro jected line between Fort Worth and El Paso, which said company proposes to mortgage to the Government as partial security for the interest on its bonds, which the Government is asked to guar ...

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. — 6 April 1878

a.l i r l J mm.ij THF REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPH OF COUXTY. PUBLISHED BWEUV SATtJItDAY 1I0BXUJG. Br . ISGEB30LL A lBECk'3 . IOLA. ALLE.vTJuONTY, KANSAS. . tt Q. D. Ij.GEROLL, . H. A. Pekki.vs, .... Editor .Loc.il Editor. ' terms : " x Ooeyear in advance,'. Six months. In advance, Tbrecmonuu, la advance,...,.... ....82 00 .... 1 00 83 SATURDAY, APRIL-Or 1878. !: A laege uuuiber of cities and town sBips all over the country held their municipal elections the first of this week. So far as we can judge, from the returns received, the Republicanshaveinorethau held their own. The Greenback, or Na tional Party, as it is no called, developed a good dea.1 of strength, and generally at the expense of the Democrats. "" Tar coal miners at Scranton, Osage county, areaon a strike, on account of an attempted reduction in their'wages. f . . The Kansas bpples recently sent to the Boston market from Leaveuwortbare rived in good condition aud are highly poken.of 'by the pra? of that city. - Some scoundrel...

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. — 6 April 1878

i - r . ll u Y THE REGISTER, SATURDAY, APBlL 6, 1878. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER Marvels of ELEGANCE ANB BEAUTY ABE NpW Daily. Exhibited At our Counters to ADMIRING MULTITUDES! Including many new styles in Dress Goods in exquisite shades, as low as 12 1-2 and 15 cts, yd. Charming designs in Cretonnes. Yard wide Foulards in very attractive patterns, fast colors and at t7ie price much' cheaper than Prints. Everything desirable in Dress Linens, Grass Cloths, Wliite Piquas. Diagonals, Knickerbockers, Etc., Etc., in Spring and Summer Shades. In our Notion and Ho siery department we ex hibit a new and beauti tiful assortment in La dies, Misses and Child rens colored hose. Crepe Leisse Ruchings. Colored and white Ham burg Embroidery, in new and extremely pretty de signs, HO Ladies Silk Hand kerchiefs, new shades ' border in gs at 25 c. each. Gents Silk Handker chiefs. Childrens Handker chiefs , 5 cents each. New Sun Shades at very low prices. We invite all the Ladie? TO OUR MILLINERY OPENIN...

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. — 6 April 1878

fr r""'J'a'"" e.-, .A BeaataMe Qaeatlaaw 'Wbfle mnchbu been written eoofwrniagtlie nw of "pntnp" medicines, the question to etnl an open one, and demands of tne people a careful consideration. The salient points may be briefly stated, and answered as follows : 1st Are the sick capable of determining their Teal condition, the nature of their malady, and selecting the proper remedy or means of cure! 2d Can a physician, no matter how skillful, prepare a universal remedy, adapted to the peculiar ailments of a large class of people, residing in different- latitudes, and subject to various climatic Influences! In answer to the first proposition, we would say, diseases are named and known by certain " signs" or symptoms, and, as the mother does not need a physician to tell her that her child has the whooping-cough, or indicate a reme dy, so people when afflicted with many of the symptoms concomitant to "impure blood," " torpid liver," and " bad digestion," require bo other knowledge of the...

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. — 13 April 1878

r- , --T, -. -,.!- -J -t -J -AK v.. -eV - .$Trti: Ttfi.rj-nfcT..-r-fT'iJJ -" "- "& bmto&m'y&!W'' . . Z - - - -r -- - .x - fsi .v. ,j.K V- mi - " VKii i 'tit-fr t.a J5S?i ' . , I ,. Jt J - xt - . i . r- VOLUME xn. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, APRIL 13, 1878. NUMBER 16. m?mmiJM IOLA H m B I ' 2LHU 4. T AFTER THE BATTLE. The drums are all muffled; the bugles are There's a pauso In the valley a halt on the hlll; 'Jaad the bearers rof standards swerve back ;j with a thrill t Where sheaves of the dead bar the way: " For a great field ts reaped, heaven's earners toflll, Andstern Death holdshis harvest to-day. There's a voice on the wind like a spirit a slow i cry r JTis the master roll sounding and who shall renlv?- Not those whose wan faces glare white to the f - SKJ-, With eves fixed so steadfast and dimlv: " As they wait that last trump which they mar J notdefy, - . Whose hands "clutch the 'sword-hilt so grimiy. The brave heads, late lifted, are solemnly bowed, And the riderl...

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. — 13 April 1878

FHE 'REGISTER -BthercWUyyfor&hing. OmCIAL PAPER. OF COUNTY. DlTtir rourn ?.!? v a MTn a v UADirtun a WaValaVtJU4i.V 48 A. OAiaja-feASA,.. AVAUIUi, IXGERSOLL PJEKKOWi ;IOLA, ALLENDTY, KANSAS. O. D. Ingebsoix .'...Editor H. A. Perkins, Local Editor. teems: One year, In advance, 83 00 Sir months, in advance 1 00 Three month, in advance, SO 8ATUBDAY, APRIL 13. 1878. .. ? The clock in the new union depot at .Kansas City was built by Mr. Kenmair, of that city.and will ran six months with one winding. A fight between an African lioness and a native bull, came oft at San An tonio. Texas last Saturday. The bull came oat ahead very .easily. Bills providing for the 'taxation of church property have been -introduced into both houses of the Ohio Ohio Legis lature, and some measure of this kind will probably pass before the session closes. in The post office appropriation bill the Bouse changes the manner of pay ing postmasters in small offices, from a per centage on receipts, to a commission...

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. — 13 April 1878

-at-. ,- rrna ii J milmrt-fr-n .1 1 II II1JII ! irwH gTirUs.Ka.la,. t di nrf" I" M THE REGISTER. SATUBDAY,-APBL 18, 1878. THE ..OFFICIAL COUNTY FAPER Marvels of IMCIAHMITY ABE NOW i . Daily Ezldbitcd At our Counters to 1DM1RIM MMTI'BES! Including many new styles in Dress Goods in exquisite shades, as low 1 as 12 1-2 and 15 cts, yd. Charming designs in Cretonnes. Yard wide Foulards in very attractive patterns, fast colors and at tJie -price much cheaper than Prints. Everything desirable in Dress Linens, Grass Cloths, " White Piquas. Diagonals, ' ' - " Knickerbockers, Etc., Etc., in Spring and Summer Shades. In our Notion and Ho siery department we' ex hibit a new and beauti tiful assortment in La dies, Misses and Child- rens colored hose. Crepe Leisse Ruchings. Colored and white Ham- burg Embroidery, innew and extremely pretty de signs, 50 Ladies Silk Hand kerchiefs, new shades borderings at 25 c. each. Gents Silh Handker chiefs. Childrens Handker chiefs, 5 cents each. New Sun Shades...

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. — 13 April 1878

u , .,3. t THE IOIA REGISTER. Published Every Saturday. - TOLA. KAXSAS. GENERAL BREVITIES. Legislative authority has been granted for laving a pipe-line for the tiaasportation'of, petroleum from the oil-fieWin West Virginia to the Ohio BllT 1 . - - '! ' The 'collection of paintingsTbelong ing to Milton S. Latham, of San Fran cisco, was sold at auction in If ew York recently, realizing the large amount of $100,050. Australia is a strange country. Some trees there shed their bark instead of their leaves, oysters grow on the out side of the shell, and one., animal lays eggs,- Buckles its iyoung, is web-footed and roosts in1 j tree. . f '"aIsrutal motfier threw fier Tnfant, but a few months old, from the car window of a rapidly moving express train near North Garden, Va., the other night .The child was picked up in a dying 'condition, and the mother, a beautiful, high'-born, buE half-crazy young woman, is under arrest. Mr. Edison's wonderful invention, the telephone, is a Godsend to the...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 20 April 1878

-ti - rjunsj tjtt 5- frtff ngm- -rf -3t . w -fti'rr i.. ixyj$tmiT . .lJiJ. ,AIOi n volume xn. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, APRIL 20, 1878. NUMBER 17. V33T r llv THE IOLA REGISTER 5' '.- ! .- CURRENT EVENTS. . The full text of Prince GortschakofTs replyto Lord Salisbury's circular was published in London on the 9th. h Prince Gortschakoff contests Lord Salis bury's assertions point by point, but the general- tone of his reply appears to bo conciliatory. He argues that the fact that the San Stefano treaty is pre liminary indicates that Russia has not prejudged the definite results, and has left room for an ulterior understand ing. The Pacific Railroad Funding-bill passed by the Senate makes the Union Pacific and Central Pacific Railroad Companies pay into the United States Treasury, in addition to the whole of the Government's earnings, not to ex ceed for the former company $150,000, and for the latter 300,000 per year. The Government has heretofore retain ed all of the Government's ear...

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. — 20 April 1878

Tr-'" fg-'fg. T -4r fc -MfcV0?-3e-"lf,O C "Xaftft, THE REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUHTT. - r: PUBLISHED-EVERY SATURDAY UOMSJSQ, dt , IXGERSOLL ft FERKIXS. IOLA, ALLETCODNTY, KANSAS. G. D. IKGERSOLL, Editor O.. A. FERKIXS, lXCal tAltOT. teemb: One year. In advance Six months, iff advance, Three months; in advance,... .93 00 .. 1 00 .. 50 SATUEDAY, APB1L 20, 1878. . The Leavenworth Timet and a few other papers have been oS on a hyster ical fit becanse Gov. Anthony sent a company pf militia to Emporia to quell any disturbance that might arise be tween the rioters and the railroad au- '. thorities. The Holton Recorder hits the Timet a gentle rap over the knuckles, as -follows: The Leavenworth Times severely ridi cules the Governor for sending troops to quell'the railroad riots at Topeka and along' the line gf the A. T. & 8. F. rail road. 'The same paper commended and endorsed a self constituted posse, which "wo'u'ld by most people be called a mob, tht came up to Jackson county last...

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. — 20 April 1878

nrr J " "- ' "w a -y tzwsrgreE- - tas&vc iraiwB3cta .?!,. E f I1 i.j i- ss .L V J J ' hi L ,T THE REGISTER. - ' "' SATURDAY, -APBIL 90, 1878. 'the official county paper 1 1 L. L. ft O. R. R. TIME-TABLE. GOING NORTH. PASSENGER. 10:04. A. it. FREIGHT. .t..j 1:55 p. M. ' GOING SOUTH. t PASSENGER. .. a'42 P. if. FREIGHT. .-..-. 1:55 p. M. THE 1TTRAGTI0N CONTINUES. HUNDREDS OF ASMHIM& CUSTDNEIS Whorhave purchased so liberally of us during the last three weeks, have .been astonished that they bought of us tJie most de sirable goods at prices so EXTBEMEL7 LOW. - To our already Extensive Stock we are adding each week Rich and Attractive Novelties in. Dress Goods, Embroideries, Fans, Sun Shades, Fancy Hosiery, Lisle Gloves and new Shades in Kids, IN LADIES GARNITURES We' display a very select stock of Lace Sets, Ties, Jabots, Sg-c. in new colors very desirable andoJieap. METHODIST EPISPOCAL. Corner of Je&erson avanoe and Broadway St. Services every Sabbath at 10Ji to 11 A. X. Sab...

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. — 20 April 1878

Economy in tlu Honsehold. TroiDJnenFamonff trie good remits which the present hard times hare accompUahsd to the desire to economize,! amoBgtt the sort .fashionable economy Is now regarded aa sot - onlv-anecessitv.hntu&Ylrtiie.InthehOIUe- hold, particularly, Is this noticeable ; and the housekeeper who practices true economy will not tail to secure the very best eooking store that Is to be had. The difference in the first cost between the best in tne mar Vot nnrl the most inferior is but a trifle compared with the saying which can be made during ine nrsi year 01 its use, not omj m the fuel used, but in time, conrenlence and labor, to say nothing of the satisfaction ot having food palatably and healthfully pre pared. With proper care a cook-stoTe can te made to last twenty years or more. As an evidence of the durability of a well con structed stove, there can now be seen at the salesroom of the Excelsior Manufacturing Co., No. 12 North Main St., St. Louis, a No. 4 Charter Oak coo...

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. — 27 April 1878

imvci iin -iii tT- amminniitan -fjwJm"' ' ' 'tt'4 .'li'l'.-'j.i'iA-;. J,ii,f ,--.: CT ,.' rt t: 1 - t . jiilii.."- . - . .-. .- ;Of NUMBER 18.'. -V volume xn. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY KANSAS, APRIL 27, 1878. IOLA REGISTER FH 11 'r 1 r. 4 IS. If CURRENT EVENTS. A significant publication appears in the New York World, being an appa rently authoritative report of several re cent interviews with Senator Conkling regarding the President's policy. The Senator openly expresses the opin ion that the President's course is the result of a secret bargain made between Jam and Governor Nicholls, growing out of the Presiden tial complications, and thinks the facts will all come out sooner or later, when, he says, "the whole country will be ap palled by the dishonor of the Adminis tration." The report makes six col umns in the World, and is as severe in its censure of the President as it well could be. Senator Conkling, while not denying that the alleged "interview" with him published by the New York TT...

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. — 27 April 1878

jitf mmim TfgfMT w 1 1 - - iiW iijIi THE REGISTER m OFFICIAL PAPER OP COUNTY. PUBLISHED EVEEY BATUBDAY MOBXISG BT . fk tKGEUSOLL'A PKKIKS. ' " IOLA, ALLEiTcOUNTY, KANSAS. G. D. IXGERSOLL, H. A.TeRKINS,; t, Editor .Local Editor. LIST OF EXPENDITURES. StstemeBtof claims audited and allow by the Board of County ComJHiaeiom ers at their regular sessioafJn' April, 1878":-.' '" A r- ' April 8th. j S.-A. Brown A Co.. lumber for. poor teems: One year, in advance Six months, in advance Three months, in advance,.. .2 00 .. 1 00 .. 50 SATURDAY, APEIL 27, 1878. The law authorizing the coinage of the twenty cent pieces has just been re pealed. Yesterday was the fifty-ninth anni versary of Odd Fellowship in the Uni ted States. Ix the special dispatches of a recent number of the daily Chicago Inter-Ocean we find no less than five cases of'suicide recorded, and it wasn't a very good day for suicides either. Me. TJ. F. Sargent, formerly of the Fort Scott Pioneer, and a gentleman by the name of Rhode...

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. — 27 April 1878

firwfcmw mum: -ffr it rrrwrn ' T-.aT.-trwrr-1-rrMM !.: X IL. . j B Si I W :THE REGISTER. i-- SATURDAY, APEIL 27, 1878. THEi OFFICIAL- COUNTY PAPER L. L. & G. R. R. TIME-TABLE. "OOIKO 50BTH. PASSEXGE&. . 10:04 A. M. P. 1 FREIGHT- 1:55 P. M. GOKG 'SOUTH. PASSENGER.. ; 5:42 P. k. FREIGHT. 1:55 P. U. the ATTRACTION CONTINUES. . , HUNDREDS OF T MIRING CUST01IS WJw have purchased so liberally of us during the last three weeks, have been astonished tliat they bought of us tlve most de sirable goods at prices so EXTREMELY LOW. To our already Extensive Stock jve are adding each week "Rich and Attractive Noveltie? in Dress Goods, Embroideries, Fans, Sun Shades, Faiicy Hosiery Lisle Gloves ana new Shades in Kids. IN LADIES GARNITURES Wje display a very select stojakof Lace Sets, lies, Jabots, S'p. in new colors very desirable and cheap. a "'dozen Ladies Silk Handkerchiefs at 25 cts. each, wouldbe considered cheap at 50 cents. A bargain. See them. ''6dozen Ladies Fine quality all Linen ...

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. — 27 April 1878

THE IOLA REGISTER. Published Every Saturday. JOLA. : : : TCA2JSAS. GENERAL BREVITIES. There is a revival of velocipede rid ing in Boston, and the sport is becom ing fashionable. Twenty-three riders recently made the trip to Squantumand back together. W. H. Pelton sued the city of Hop kinsville, Ky., for $7,500 damages for injuries received by falling over a pile of stone. After long litigation he has been awarded 1,000. Akgiek Chace, the Fall Hirer (Mass.) defaulter, when in the Senate in 18G8 sat next seat but one to Lucius W. Pond, of Worcester, who is now in the State-prison. The Bonanza men, Flood and O'Bri en, are proposing to erect a $1,000,000 hotel in San Francisco for women, after, the plan of the Stewart establishment in New York City. "What was the most forcible line that Grattan ever uttered, Calhoun?" said Daniel Webster. "This," said Calhoun, quickly: " Short-lived, indeed, was Irish independence. I sat by her cradle I followed her hearse." Tiie Duke of Sutherland, 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. — 4 May 1878

J- -MJm. 3.1. 1 !!l't I j ',11;. wu.iii i Y'fVH SlYSS' .tttd -, -'p.'l V .P i O M .lATl"?'a'0 IOLA REGISTER .s-ija i. h " ?: volume xn. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, MAY 4, 1878. NUMBER 19. .- -&; r . THE I it CURRENT EVENTS. The Chicago Tribune gives the follow ing particulars regarding the proposed extension of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad, which is expected ultimately to connect with the Southern Pacific at or near Fort Yuma, Cali fornia: The present terminus of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad is at Pueblo. The new extension will commence at La Junta, a point 62 miles east of Pueblo, from whence it "will run to Trinidad, 80 miles south west of La Junta; thence through Baton Pass to Clifton or Red River, which is 31 miles from Trinidad and 15 miles south of the New Mexico and Colorado boundary line, into New Mexico, or 111 miles from La Junta. From this point onward the road will be known as the New Mexico and Southern Pacific Rail road, for' which a cha...

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. — 4 May 1878

--- 1 f IF" J&- ""- - 'jHa-1 THE AGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER OF COTJlfTT. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. Br IN'GEUSOM. A PEBRIXS. IOLA, ALLEjTcOUNTY, KANSAS. G. D. Ingkrsoli., E"ditor Ji. A. JPERKISS ..Local Editor. TEBMS : One rear, in advance, Six months, in advance Three months., in advance,.... .92 00 .. 1 00 .. SO THE AMERICAN 1HRICULTURIST. The American Agriculturist for May surpasses itself, ir possible with its hundred or more useful articles ami paragraphs, illustrated by some JO original sketches and engravings. The Work of toe Jaontn tn tltaereut (tepartinents is laid oat, with multitudes ofpraetieal hints and directions. A variety of swindles are shown up including toe "Butter Compound," "Alligator Plant," etc. Some of the leading articles are : Important Re sults of Farm Experiments; 1,OJO Cottages, with plans and speciBrations; "Among the Far mers, by One of Them;" "Talks on Farm urops," .o. is; Hints and Helps to.iarraers, Labor-Savine Contrivances, with manvemrrav-...

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. — 4 May 1878

0rfM ON THE RAIL! We have been enabled hyiowr heavy Trade this ySpringio sell out our first 'stockpurcJbased'inMarch dnd'havenowon the way another very 'attractive stockof goods suitable for tlie 'more advanced sea son. We shall exhibit New T&fjpna Clotlis, 12 1-2 cents. " 'Figured Lamertines, 15 cents. New sluides in Brown "and, Greys in Pacific Lustres. Beautifvl Novelties in Worsted Fringes and Buttons in shades to match Dress Goods, per fectly. a We offer a choice selec Uon Victoria Lawns. The most lovely materials of all other for ladies white patterns. Also Plain & Plaid Nansooks at ex tremely low prices. We shall be tlie lowest on Dress Linens and all Wash Materials of which we have the most complete assort ment to be found. We Tiave had a large trade already in these goods, and shall add to stock each week new and de sirable lots. Brown 8? White Linen Embroideries and Inser ting, with buttons to match for trimming. OUR 100 BONE CORSET is a perfect model of beauty, el...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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