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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 21 September 1878

L 'W -; M it L nOlKT'T -MT5T 1 YOYHA YE SEEN Jke SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1878. THE REGISTER. THE OFFICIAL, COUNTY PAPER IMMENSE STOCK OF f? DRY GOODS Coming in at ONE PRICE CASHIYWTOIE. THE L&RGEST STOCK OF. Dry Goods, Notions, Millinery, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Cassimere, For Mens Wear, Carpets and Oil Cloths, ever opened in IOLA. We shall have the lar gest Stock, show tJie best assortment and mahe the lowest prices. '" A TERRIBLE ACCIDENT. Tkursday forenoon- John Baldwia, lad of about 13 years, son of Mr. John Baldwin, of this citjvwis accideatally snot ana airaon instantly The boy and hirtrotherirere going to the woods andjuat berore starting the oldest reached up Jot bis coat, nannng on a nail, an(Ls he pulled it down the hammer ofne pistol caught, discharg ing Just asVohnny entered the room. It ed with three buckshot, all of them penetrating the brain. He only lived about fifteen minutes, and was unconscious until he died. The parents and brothers and sisters were nearly...

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 September 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. — 28 September 1878

THE IOLA REGISTER m - VOLUME XII. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 28, 1878. NUMBER 40. ) CURRENT EVENTS. A summary of yellow fsver reports received on the 17th shows that daring the preceding 24 hoars there were 223 new cases and 63 deaths at New Or leans, 101 deaths at Memphis, 35 new cases and 2 deaths at Baton Rouge, 20 new cases and 12 deaths at Canton, Miss., 3 new cases and 4 deaths at Gre nada, Miss., 13 new cases and 9 deaths at Holly Springs, and GO new cases and 22 deaths at Vicksbnrg. A summary of yellow fever reports received on the 19th, shows that daring the preceding 24 hoars there were 195 new cases and 55 deaths at New Or leans, 31 new cases and 3 deaths at Baton Rouge, 1 death at Mobile,- Ala., 4 new cases and 4 deaths at Grenada, Miss., 6 nejv cases and 2 deaths at Grand Junction, 3 new cases and 4 deaths at Terry, 130 new cases and 62 deaths at Memphis, and 15 deaths at Vicksbarg. At New Orleans on the 20th there were 88 deaths from yellow fever; 22 deaths ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 28 September 1878

-"--.-sis, "v v . . -"V- THEREGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER OT COUNTY. EA.PEBKINS, .... Editor. terms: One rear, in advance , Sir months, in advance,.... Three month?, in advance,.. .32 00 ..100 SATUEDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1878. OT'ltbe nottccJorour candidates this Week we would oivc mentioned 'that Jlr. Davis has an honorable record as a toldler in the Uniau arm and it to-day tin invalid to eomc extent caused by a wound received al that time, but then It is not considered the same honor it "Used to was," some years ago. SECRET SOCIETIES. STATE TICKET. For Governor, JOHN P. ST. JOHN Johnson County For Lieutenant Governor, LYMAN C. HUMPHItKY.. Montgomery County For Secretary of State, JAMES SMITH Marshall County For Treasurer, JOHN FBANCIS Allen County For Auditor, l'.i. BONEBUAKK Shawnee County For Attorney General. "VVCTXIARD DAVIS Labette County For Superintendent of Public Instruction, ALLEN U. LEMMON Cowley County For Chief Justice, ALBEUT H. HOItTON Atchison County COXGUESSIBXAL TICKET. ri...

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. — 28 September 1878

S5- --- JSKXT. :-. v " gSfc DON'T BUY VJfTIL TO T BA YE SEEK The IMMENSE STOCK OF DRY GOODS THE REGISTER. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1878, THE OFFICIAL COUNTY .PAPER , f Coming in at YATES' ONE PRICE CJUYKTOHE THE LARGEST STOCK OF Dry Goods, Notions, Millinery, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Cassimere, For Mens Wear, Carpets and Oil Cloths, ever opened in IOLA. We shall have the lar gest Stock, show the best assortment and mahe the lowest prices. PRESBYTERIAN. " Comer Madison avenue and Western street. Preaching service every Sabbath, raornine at 11 o'clock. Saboath School at 0:15 a. m. Prayer meeting eTery Wednesday eening. If you haven't a list or the prayer meeting topics, ast the leader for one. Strangers are welcome to all these services. U. a MILLER, Pastor. BAPTIST. On Sycamore Street. Sabbath School every Sundav aHcrnooh at 3 P. M. Prayer meeting Thursday evenings. METHODIST PROTESTANT, In the Baptist Church cverv alternate Sabbath at 11 A. M. and 7:31 P, 31. W. II. MAKEAXY, Pastor...

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. — 28 September 1878

, KA3IBABZ.iSWii.J .m tt square lunil mow cor 01 bWi..lJ .ii i ah of-awn .-aji.3g 1 13 12 48 1 .SI in is uu i SO 35 23 21 V i A- vJ oCoCo"j3dw11indHn0Tr Sew York. WILL THEY DO IT. Hon. John Davis, of the Junction City J'ribwie, leading lireen backer, hoislslbe nauieufJobu a. Anderson, the Republican nominee for congress .in the first district, and calls the platform a good one, and that u covers most of the essential point on lnch greeubackcrs insist. Ul the jsdiey ot the Itepublicau parly he cays: "The Kepubliean iiany of Kansas seems to lie coming back to its first lore. It seems to lie aiming lor the ground it occupied lr..m ISi2 to ISO, when led byTliml. met en-., Win. Kelly, and John Sherman, before he fell 1mm grace, to the gruuud it occupied when the supreme court declared greenbacks "lawfti money of the United States." Weshnuld encourage the truants in com ing back. Those of us nho hate re mained firm by the ancient doctrine, and have been called all sorts of riu'ne in conae...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 28 September 1878

DON'T BUY UNTIL YO Y MA YE SEEN Hie IMMENSE STOCK OF DRY GOODS s Coming in at YATES7 ONE PRICE THE LARGEST STOCK OF Dry Goods, Notions, Millinery, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Cassimere, For Mens Wear, Carpets and, Oil Cloths, ever opened in IOLA. We shall have the lar gest Stock, show the best assortment and make the lowest prices. Mich new designs in Dress Goods, ' Bourettes, Beiges, Lustres, Mohairs, Cashmeres, and a large assortment in new effeets in Ladies Suitings. Beautiful new effects in Ladies Neckwear. The very latest in La dies Lace and Linen Sets.. All the colors in Chen eals including the cloud ed. An immense line of Ladies Ties and Scarfs in all the rich new styles and shades. Ladies Hats, trimmed and mvtrimmed. Also, Colored Velveteens, Beaautiful Flowers, Plumes, Tips Sf Ribbons. Ladies, Wraps, Shawls and Beaver Cloaks. Tliere is no mistake, We shall have the Lar CAUYKTOI gest stock and- furnish Hie goods to you at Lower Prices than any other House in Tola or Allen Cou...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 28 September 1878

THE IOLA REGISTER. Published Every Saturday. TOLA. KANSAS. GENERAL BREVITIES. There are over 20,000 stitches in a well made shirt. Tiieue are 60,000 commercial travel ers in the United States. There are CO known varieties of oys- lew inrongnont tne worm. A citizen of Lyons scratched a match; apiece of phosphorus got under the nail and caused death. A London Tints advertisement: " Lost, a set of artificial teeth ; supposed to have been dropped in the neighbor hood of Hanover Square." Switzerland docs not impose capi tal punishment for murder, and the or dinary penalty for that crimo is from Ave to six years' imprisonment. Two conductors of the London, Chatham and Dover Railway are to be tried for manslaughter in causing the recent fatal disaster at Sittingboume. A young man in London lately ob tained a verdict for 10 shillings against a man who sat down on his hat. This furnishes a valuable precedent. A girl says that when she dies she desires to have tobacco planted over her grave, ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 5 October 1878

SKRKMH osssovftgrissfwwiitsw13 ,v'4ffipryJ- - - ' - RWr9?c. -rfc ' Ba&flKMiiavjtrWwf - -wv,h" V ,t j a h I - .1 : - t f c .4 ; J i iff 5- !f VOLUME XII. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, OCTOBER 5, 1878. NUMBER 41. THE TOLA REGISTER Ir j- i .. u i 3- .1. 1 j. i r i i )L- i JS? "V u w !! OLD AND YOUNQ. They soon grow old who grope for gold In marts where all Is bought and sold ; Who live for self and on some shell Jn darkened vaults hoard up their pelf; Cankered and cmsted o'er with mold. Tor them their youth itself is old. They ne'er grow bid who gather gold Where spring awakes and flowers unfold ; Where suns arise In Joyous skies, And fill the soul within their eyes For them the immortal bards have sung; ,1'or them old age itself is young 1 -Scribner. HIS SHARE AND MINE." He went from me so softly and so soon. His s weet hands rest at morning and at noon ; The only task God pave them was to hold A few I aint rose-buds and be white and cold. IDs share of flowers he took with htm away;...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 5 October 1878

T "rt THE REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER OF COOTfTT. S.A.PESZINS, Iditor. terms: "One year, in advance Six months, in advance, Three months, in advance,.... ..82 00 .. 1 00 .. so SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1878. STATE TICKET. For Governor, JOIlN" I'. ST. JOHN Johnson County For Lieutenant Governor, LYMAN C. HUMl'HREY..Montgomery County For Secretary of State, JAMES SMITH Marshall County For Treasurer, JOHN FRANCIS Allen County For Auditor, P. I. BONEBBAKK Shawnee County For Attorney General. WILLLVBD DAVIS Labette County For Superintendent of Public Instruction, ALLEN II. LEMMOX Cowley County For Chief Justice, -ALBERT n. HORTOX Atchison County Two jean ago this fall Got. Anthony addressed the people of Iols in a short speech. He carried the town by storm. The Central Committee of this township has extended an invitation to him to ad dress the people of the county on the live issues of the day, at Iola, on' the 19th inst. He will speak commencing at 2 p.m. thus 'giving everybody trom the country...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 5 October 1878

. ... . I eet up an oyster supper? ordinances, and provides the machinery Three dosw will reiive you. js same by proper means, it is our duty, at least, accordance with the letter and spirit of fie A I i n I lgMgi to make the effort. Personally I feel a double laws under which they were issued, and to that mJJJLjjEjEMS responsibility in the premises. end Congress should immediately, repeal the ' Some two years ago, as many know, I was public credit act of 1866 ; the' funding bill of OP HON. appointed by the Governor to prosecute the 1870; the resumption law, and the National ST ' s-in iTTnATkrw claims of the State against the United States, bankingact; retire the' bank 'rioWaudsub- I " I , ; l-f A " W '-tfi IMIl and so far have succeeded beyond' my expec- stitntiug thercforTull legal tender greenbacks. "'r' -" -- VfXbl tations. Yet much of the work remains to 'be Then, 'with the 'money iii hand,' viz: three ' PininiTriT,.D, done, and if elected, whether admitted or not, "hundred and...

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 October 1878

- - - ... I'.'i.-i-T both without selling one for gold, to be hoard- Just in proportion as,. our money haa-been ed iu,the treasury as a basis lor the otuer. contracted, so in the, same, proportion ha our ue found the city in flame, and the products ine resumption law 01 into, lnsteaaot oemg bonded indebtedness been increased, as shown et the country in ashes; lie found himself and entitled ' of specipay men to,1 "Ahe culminating i Ike last of a aeries of laws, which, taken to- percent. tij.ui, outstanding. .. ,: iV'iS'S?0 it will have been over the wreck and Jinan- gather, have brought distress and ruin upon Ii.i.l.SiuJg :;. ..:." IwSS ' ru" f foriy millions of people. And millions of people. The first section authorizes .Uiiioiii'acincrailr.Kid bonds , ci.ttti.su even then ufe shall find in resumption no har- the coinage of silver, in denominations of ten, juwDalleousbjsT.. I "".".'. '.'".'..'.". ,i!o bor of safely. Like Napoleon at Mosuiw, we , suau nun ourselves mo looujauii nine...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 5 October 1878

tfnr --- wMwwr"' "'"n vj".- "J !"rf"8 . '3I i it v h1 r , S' THE REGISTER. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1878. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER Handsomest Beaver Cloaks and lowest price in town, at YATES1. NOTE THE PRICES! THEY ABE FAR BELOW COMPETITION. . CASSIMERES We show an unusual fine variety of these goods for mens and boys wear. We offer 300 yards heavy Wool, Cassimere at 60 cents per yard. Bepellants and Cloak ings in abundance. Plain and fancy de signs, embracing all the new colorings. 70 yards Waterproof at 50 cents per yard. 200 yards Waterproof at 75 cents per yard. 150 yards Ladies Cloth at 80 cents per yard. 300 yds. CottonJeans at 12 cents per yd. 800 yds Heavy Cheviot at 8 1-3 cents per yd. 200 yds Red Flannel, all wool, at 20 cents per yard. DRESS GOODS We have a superb line of these goods, ranging in price from 16 2-3 c to $1. Buttons, Fringes and Trimmings in all colors and styles. We carry the largest stock of Carpet in town, at prices ranging from 33 1-3 c. to $1.00. We have j...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 5 October 1878

v-w; --$W3 - MFC: SttK f ratet&rJxexrvf.r vtramtMTamiw&snt sn w Vy4: S lf i ;vy ygptwr t-a.T .av a, tacy &arst a- k IVr AvartaraBiBakatl3attiaa Partlenlnra of Smltliocnahr. AiluIs' SUecXMf. cowAgTTlIerM.et&Jraa.LIiPmaintth,Wi ,Ta iftflD 2-ton Hay Scales, : 4-tan.tM. E in !Ofl per day at home. Samples worth M 0 ID tZUlWAilm8rcBOHO0L.PwtJali Painters. New. Ranld and EaT Braces ot Graining with Flexible Utttttt Rata. Ad- dreawlth stamp. J J.Callow.a welinn'.O. 55JDA7 SflR tfTVOVEUES OGTS-1T VRECI J.H.BElTOaP'SSOsa, Boston. cat a ai vsn Vm fbr one rear, to beau work at Iff All I Ell once, Balarrfair. BaatawBtstclsavJ tGiaaVaaaCacmaTUOaw. UnUWWSbaoaSTTaahlnttaBJU. 1 pianos,:; 4125 to SJtMt Factory honors-Matbasbctfi Beta highest honors-Hatbosbck' 'scale for aauana flnenuDricbta In America over 12.C0J In use regularly Incorporated Mrc Co. Pianos sent on trial 48-page catalogue free. a(Nl)LSjOUltPlANOCa.21. 15th St, Bew fork. REVOLVERS at Half Price. M ore tor 3; J'j one 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. — 12 October 1878

iii a uj"iJV " HWipi.w.11 St-"M WSIWW6e '"'"- ! ,. .jfc-jEMfT S&-.jtffciff' -if-- it . . - IT THE IOLA REGISTER. ?' It " .VOLUME XII. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, OCTOBER 12, 1878. NUMBER 42. V f" I- -( l- K f, - I THE SOUTHERN SCOURGE. DE PROFUNDI. Ah! Days so dark with Death's eclipse ! Woe arc wel woe are we! And the Nights are Ages long From breaking hearts, thro' pallid lips Oh, my God! woe are we! Trembleth the mourner's song - A blight is falling on the fair And Hope is dying in despair, And Terror walketh everywhere. All the hours are fall of tears Oh, my God! woe are we! Grief keeps watch in brightest eyes Every heart is strung with fears Woe are we! woe are we! All the light hath left the sides. And the living awestruck crowds See above them only clouds And around them only shrouds. Ah! the terrible Farewells! Woe are they! woe are they! When last words sink into moans While life's trembling vesper bells Oh, my God ! woe are we ! Ring the awful undertones! Not a sun in ...

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 October 1878

"-- nm 1 fciwwiin a; 1 j- a.,.- xnwt'- - THE REGISTER OFHCIA1 PAPIER OF COUNTY. B. A. PUTINS, Iditor. TERMS i Ouevear, In lvnce,. ....... Sit mouths, in advance, Three uioutiis, in advance,... ..32 00 ... 1 00 ... 50 SATUBDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1878. THE OCTOBER ELECTIONS.- Dispatches of Thursday go to show that' in Ohio the Republicans elect nine out of twenty Congressmen and the State ticket by 10,000 majority. Indiana elected 5 .Republican, 7 Democrat audi National Congressmen. The House stands 45 Republicans, 51 Democrats ; Senate, 25 Republicans and 24 democrats. West Virginia shows immense llepub iican gains in every quarter, while Iowa goes, as usual, solidly republican. SECRET SOCIETIES- STATE TICKET. For Governor, JollS P. ST. JOnX... Johnson County For Lieutenant Governor, LYMAN C. HUMFHRKr.. Montgomery County For Secretary of State, JAMKS SMITH ,.; Marshall County For Treasurer, JOHN FRANCIS Allen County For Auditor, I'. I. BONEBRAKE.., Shawnee County For Attorney General. WU.L...

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. — 12 October 1878

THE REGISTER. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1878. THE 'OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER V. L. & G. R. R. TIME-TABLE. OOISG IfOBTH. EASSEKGER ..11:39 a. m. FREIGHT. 2:22 p. m. aoixu pocth. PASSENGER 5:07 P. M. FREIGHT. 2:22 P. M. Clo: connection made at Kansas City, and through tickets for sale to all Eat cm nointii. I 'J. E. LOCKWOOD, Gen. Ticket Agent. ' R. S. Aykiw, Loc.il Agt. PRESBYTERIAN. Corner Madison avenue and Western street. Preaching serie every sabbath jnornin? at 11 o'clock. Sabnath School at S;15 a. a. l'rajer meeting ciery Wednesday evening If jou haven't a list of the prajer meeting topics, ask the leader for one Stranger are welcome to ull these .rvices. K. ft Jlll.l.r.lt, lator. BAPTIST. On Sycamore Sirect. bunday afternoon at 3 I' Thursday evenings. Sabbath School eery . M Prayer meeting METHODIST PROTESTANT In the 15ail!st Church every alternate Sabbath at 11 A M and 7 .31 1 M v W. II. MAKKAXY, Pastor. METHODIST EPISPOCAL. Coiner of Jefferion menue aud Broadway St Services el e...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 12 October 1878

THE IOTA REGISTER, Published Every Saturday. TOLA. : : : KANSA& GENERAL BRETITIKS. The locust makes a noise by Addling on its wing witn its leg. Protestantism made a thousand and four converts in Japan last year. Nearly all the prominent naturalists giro the bobolink different names. The gorgeous color of the autumn leaf is due to the regular process of ripening. A killer in England beat his wifo; whereupon forty women formed a vizi- lance committee and severely chastised bun. "Richard Roberts, the inventor of the self-acting mule, was a remarkable man." So says an English biograph ical dictionary. In Europe there are only 40 trees that attain a height of SO feet. North Ameri ca has over 140 trees that grow over 30 feet high. A Manchester (Conn.) mill is using a superior paper-making machine, in vented by Jonathan Hatch, of South Windham, who says that he was direct ed by the audible voice of his departed son in its construction. TnE Bank of England does a very comfortable littl...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 19 October 1878

-mm mwjUBJUtJmtm' "" "JI"t"LII,'u'J"-"" ' um fyMSBMyTTTliWBrlr '?g ' ''"" '" "" "ff-T!r!J'' '''" ' "? 7t'-'- :x 7: . .in illiM"i "' ' ' - ! "ft ' wc --jwte--N v. THE t t ! rf. i- i : N',,4 ' ji 1. r t-i YOLUME XII. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, OCTOBER" 19, 1878. -NUMBER- 43: 1013 aMMSTER. :o h If .V 1 r a fr CURRENT EVENTS. For the 24 hoars ending at noon on the" 10th, there were 40 deaths from yellow fever at New Orleans and 113 new cases reported; at Memphis, 22 deaths in city and 17 in adjacent coun try; at Baton Bonge, 7 deaths and 95 new cases in 48 hours ; at Canton, Miss., 3 deaths and 7 new cases; at Biloxi, 1 death and 29 new cases in 48 hoars ; at Bay St. Louis, 10 deaths and 23 cases in 72 hoars; at McComb City, 3 deaths and20or30 cases; at Fort Gibson, 2 deaths and several new cases in 24 tours. The fever had appeared a every station on the Louisville Road be tween Memphis and Paris, Tenn., ex cepting Stanton and Bell's Station, and the Howards were running a medical trai...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 19 October 1878

-, rw I I yrr-y; -TVr. THE REGISTER 'OFFICIAL PAPER OF OOUHXT. E.A.PZBQNS, - - - - Xditar. TERMS One year. In advance ". :83 00 SK months, In advance, 1 00 Three months, la advance...- 80 SATTJBDAY, OCTOBER 19. 1878. BBPUKL1CAN MEKTINtiS. The Bepablieaa Central Committee have ap pointed tbe following meetiafi for the campaign: Genera School Hoiue October , 1878. Carpenter School House October 22, 1878. Deer Crtek Teieat aip Deer Creek School House October 23, 1878. Wis) School House November 2, 18T8. xOsee Teieafale. Osage Valley School House October St, 1878. 8prlngyalley School House.... October 25, 18J8. Misneatoit Towtukip. Walnut Grove School House.... October 23, 1878. Olive Branch School House.... October 2i, 1678. El Tomukip. Base Hill School House October 29, 1878. loU Towmktp. Iola Court House November, 1878. Eldridge School House October 24, 1878. Eltmert Ttntmtkip. Elsmore School House October 29, 1878. Salens Towiuklp. Jeddo School House ...October.Sl, 1878. Cottage Qro...

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