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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 23 November 1878

escoEnaetn II IIW l 1' Tlwfc. g, jiii M""l'.&J..i --7JT VT i inTr on iiiijihij iW t m i I mn;" - -5rtL? --- - - J W rir -j 4 IOLA REGISTER ', V-i i,. JL volume xn. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 23, 1878. NUMBER 48. THE - I W j h- ! CURRENT EVENTS. A National and International Con vention, held for the purpose of ex tending our foreign trade and especial ly to encourage a reciprocal trade on the American continent between Cana da, the United States, South American States, Mexico and Cuba, met at Far well Hall, Chicago, on the 12th. Over 300 delegates were present, nearly ever? cuyin me unton being represented. The largest delegations were from St. Xouis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Colum tous, Burlington and Chicago. The Mexican Minister and a number of Con gressmen were also in attendance. The Chicago Commercial Conven tion, after considerable discussion, adopted a series of resolutions denounc ing the Pacific Railroad as an extor tionate monopoly, and favoring Gov ernment ai...

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 November 1878

3- --r3RfcE mm&m-2& ?" . saGS-?" " taa?rtir'how!&-. &r33sa3T-it,i WjcftaScc aucjjr , rnsjMSVi: -s afc53y 7s-1fei..i-!ev;ts - -, THE REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER OF COTJNTT. H.A.PEBSINS, Editor. terms: One year, in advance i 00 Six months, in advauce 1 00 Three month?, In advance SO SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2?, ,1878. Lawrence is to have a board of trade. Fredonia has uo ".back doos" ing to the Citizen. .accord The Kansas State Grange .will meet at Lawrence the third Tuesday in Decem ber. Zinlc ore baa .been discovered near Thayer which yields sixty-five per cent of pure metal. The Republicans elect three members 4l Congress in North Carolina, being a gain of two. Our exchanges from the western part of.the State give encouraging reports of the prospect for wheat. For .the eight months ending with Au gust last the United States imported $20 000,000 of gold. A goodly balance. Loral Canadians are bustling around preparing for a grand reception of their new Gavcrnor-General, the Mar...

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 November 1878

xue uvcr js me uupciuu organ 01 lue wbole human system, and it controls the life, health illustrates : a Scottish lassie in the cottage door- THE IOLA REGISTER E Vol. XII. SUPPLEMENT. XimiliLV 4S. iivia twi.ii iue iromismeiu WESTERN MACHINERY ON FARMS. The prairie lUrincr it strongly tempted to invent in loo much machinery. On ac count tit tin- scarcity ol labor, and the Teat amount of work thai can be done hy mowers, reapers ami other machine-, he i- very apt to run in debt, or to mort gage his land for means to buy them, and at once get's "his no on the grind stone," wheie it is oltcn held for many years. All over the 1'rairie State are pre cniptionists and lanl purchasers who are worrying under the ilebt they have contracted for machinery. The won derful living of labor by their u-e make'1 it desirable for the -ettlcr to secure as many as po-sible of tho-e machine, provided they are good. Yet farmers with small means should Im? careful how they contract lor them, without seeing t...

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 November 1878

ulraidencein.tIiejQKO. I Cowan & Ireland carry the- largest tion "and circumstances. Every!? boy J SPECULATION. Ikl Inger.-oll, in a recent speech, said : An examination into -the w ide spread "As a rule, wealth i- the result of indu distress of the country proves that spec- try, economy, and attention to business; ulation is at the bottom of nearly all of and, as a rule, poverty is the result of. it. Hanks invested in real estate, hoping idleness, extravagance, and inattention to make on a rise. Merchants nlaced to business, though to thpso riiliw tUn their surplus receipts in stocks in the arc thousands of exceptions. The man -,77 linn 7Wcc f nn,l hope of large dividends ia place of pay- uho.has waited his time, who has throw ir ' lino Ul f .V ITUUU.s, nig cash lor their goods. armors bor- away his opportunities is ajt to envv rowed money at a high rate of interest the man who has not. lor instance, here and indulged in luxuries which under are six shoemakers working in one sh...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 23 November 1878

nmH ,4..-,- -g eT,6 j P$P1" "-'57T?rr"FW -" - er-rnviij fl.tarsrm; ntfi -1 iry " TpC -. !, ' fcW vywu. V- 'T IA THE REGISTER. SATDBDAY, NOVEMBER J3, 1878. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER PBESBYTERIAN. Corner Madison avenue and Western street. Preaching service every Sabbath moraine at 11 o'clock. 3aboth School at 9:t5 A. x. Prayer ' meeting every Wednesday evening, ir you haven't a list of the prayer 'meeting; topics, ask the leader for one. S rangers are welcome to all these servfcea. E. a. MILLEtt, Pastor. BAPTIST. On Sycamore Street. Sabbath School every- Minday afternoon at 3 r. Jl. lTayer ineeiin; Thursday evenings. METHODIST PK0TE3TANT, In the Baptist Church every alternate Sabbath at 11 A. M. and7:SJ P, M. T. BTTERFIELD, Pastor. METHODIST EPISPOCAL. Coiner of Jefferson avenue and Broadway fit Services every Sabbath at 10f to 11 J A.n. Sab- lnth School from 11,'J to lz,f. Class meeting from3r. jf. to 4. Preaching irom'Jir.M to bJi- J. 8. Ku, Pastor. Y. M. C. A. The Young Men's Chris...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 23 November 1878

jrraufi -j - -c -i- 5 THE IOLA REGISTER Published Every Sitaniayv TOT.A. KANSAS. GENERAL BKETITIES. "Fiokok coop music" is what Tal mage calls choir singing. Monograms in black with gold bead ing adorn the latest stationery. New York sends in an order for 4, 000,000 postage stamps every fortnight. North Carolina claims the Vegeta ble phenomenon of an apple growing on a grape-vine. Sweet cider, even if just from the press, is condemned by the Massachu setts Total Abstinence Society. Dox Carlos has names enongh to make him round-shouldered. They are Charles Marie Jean Isadora Joseph Francois Qairius Antoine Michael Ra phael of Boni. Tilere are Gypsy child-stealers oft as well as on the stage, ancLsome of them kidnaped a Lowell boy, tied him in their wagon, and were carrying him off, when his cries brought aid. Gen. Shkrman attended a burlesque performance at Chicago the other night, sitting in a box. He mildly applauded one of the actresses, when, much to his discomfiture, she approac...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 30 November 1878

111 i;iiUWWM! I "!?WffW p" : ;. lyw-j? . ;, ..:$ ,3r?. es- J' '. 3i'. 'I JV.V v r ?- -' - :.s a.;IX - 1 J..-T- . , 4iJ-iaSi. K VOLUME xn. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 30, 1878. NUMBER 49: THE TOLA REGISTER CURRENT EVENTS. Secretary Sherman, according to the Chicago Tribune's Washington corre spondent, disclaims any responsibility for the action taken by the New York Clearing-house Association m resolving, after the 1st of January pext, to receive silver dollars only as special deposits This attempt to demonetize silver, in opposition to the existing law, it is added, finds no favor at the Treasury Department, and the New York bankers are considered to have acted somewhat hastily in making no allowance whatever for any action v that may be taken by the President, the Secretary of the Treasury, or Congress. Secretary Sherman intimates very dis tinctly that he and the President will recommend legislation either to limit the monthly silver-dollar coinage to an amount which would...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 30 November 1878

.THE REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUHTT. H. A. PEBZINS, . .Witor. terms: One year, In advance, .. Sis months', in advance,.... Three months, in a4 ranee,.. "tV ....2 00 .'::. l oo .... 50 -SATUEDAY, fc'OVEMBEB 30, 1878. Mitcjutll county (gare Elder Mitchell one vote and .Norton county, none. ."Golly" and ."bully" words with the Columbus are favorite Courier man. State Auditor Bonebrake will accept our thanks for his biennial report for the years' 1877-78. The Wichita people now claim that their city has passed Ft.Scott and is now 'the fifth city in'.the State. The Bank of England has lowered its rate of discount from sir per cent to four jper cent, which is a good sign. aaaaaeawaaaaeaaisa Emporia now has a daily, published by Jacob Stotler.' The Emporia News has always been one of the best papers in the State. Osborne is the banner Republican .county of the State. It polled 1,113 Re publican to' 58 Democratic and 75 Green back votes. .When a man leaves our side he is termed a traitor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 30 November 1878

- jr-.5iWV!- ZCf- i m Willi i p-WMgf.wwii!Maiaggc W5?d , "- . - W" -7! V5""F S ,t -CTP"Br,1tBW Tt, " -5 THE LEADING m OFJ?Eft gdnie Very attractive and SPECIAL FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE We are daily adding to our already large Holi day Stock, new and at tractive novelties. We shall have something for everybody. Come early before the stock.is broken. iCome and See The Cheapest Dress Goods in town at 8 1-3, 10,12 1-2, 15, 20, and 25 cents yard. The Cheapest Beaver Cloaks in town at $2.50, $2. 75, $3.00, $3.50 and .75. The Cheapest JVubias, Fascinators, Knit Sac ques, Wool Scarfs and Childrens Zephyr Roods in Tola, in all colors. The Cheapest Ladies Trimmed Hats in town, handsome new patterns, at $1.50, $2.00, $2.25, and $2.50. Tlie Cheapest Hosiery in town at 8, 10, 12, and 15 cents per pair. We have the largest assortment of Ladies' Neckties, Linen Sets and lace setts to be found in Iola. Some of the new est shades in Ties, which -we are selling extremely low. The cheapest Mens and Boys ...

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

h l- isneif Every Saturday. IOLA. DR. JOII MIL'S SiisTonicSpp FOR THE CURE OF FEVER and AGUE . Of 'iCHIllS. Mid FEVEB. The proprfetar f this celebrated mtUMu justly claims for it a. nptxiorityanr aUr9 edies ever offered to the public ftrthaUn, CEBTAIaT, SPZDTiadFXKXAJnarTcmre cf Ague anagrrer(orCMHa ami ftnr, wheth er of short or long standing. He refer to the entire Western and Southern country te hear him testimony to the truth of the aaaertlm that in no caie whatever will it failte core if thedireetioBaareatrietlyftllowaiaaeleanled out;' Ina great many eaeaiiaflOHha heentuficient tor a cure; k wholS famQlM hare been cured by a single bottle, withaper-. feetreitoration of the general health. It Is, ho wever, prudent, and in every case more eer tain to cure, if its use is continued is smaller doses for a week or two after the disease has been eheckeajmore speaUlly la dimeult and long-standiag eases. Usually this medicine will not require any aid to keep the bowels ia good order. Sh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 7 December 1878

W?1 -g-sas Ij . Vs --"r5S-"s- - "je vfwtti0VLtf'X -XiJr-ttia 9Unii'AStnwt.aLc "acr a.- a-a-caic,, 'jt xb -- VOLUME XII. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, DECEMBER 7, 1878. NUMBER 50. THE TOLA REGISTER- fc. mm Message. TtaoK-eUtonttffkt SenaUtudJli tentaitea: icf Mepn- Our heartfelt gratitude la due to the Divine 25J5,Wfc?.?,?K" to """" destintesot nations, tor thp continued bestowal, during cou Srv ' countl0J blessings uponour SrR"'0" nations. Our 5SSSyJ52ira5S5 Abundant harvest 2 JHS?- J2rtn.,5frDo tm .the 8oU,ourinanutBMurTng SSn1? " reviving ,2nd tt is bslred tUaf ntously looked tor, Is at fist within our THE "TEU.OW FEVER. raUyhas32l2fl5ea,U!bs'0'lrPef,P,BSn thrX?t",PweT5r',ren interrupted, during rat-ten -in V.y JPrevalence of " ErthS f6' lhe y1Low ver. In some portions SenrL ??uinei? f tJ,cs- cree.ltnir.iui emor-JE?;"-? which called for prompt and extranr "ary measures of relief. The -aeaie armcared ks n nnUmmn J.?"?? t"l the solL our inanulaErinS at New Orleans and at pther places ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 7 December 1878

"rPKCJaaw wwiBra-; THE REGISTER .ofjpiciax. paper oFfcwirirrr. ;E. A. PBEEINS, - - 'Xfltor. teems.: rt y' . J? One year, in advance, . 12 00 Sir months, in advance, 1 00 Three months, in advance, .. SO SATURDAY, DECEMBER' 7, 11578. The upree.coiutJiAe.decided..tbe orgaaixation of Pratt cpimtyjtp be fraud ulent ana void. One hundred and fifty-three ipembera of the presept.Congress have bees elect ed to. the next one. A son of Senator Blaine has just been admitted to the bar, and .agoing .to set tle in Minneapolis, Minn. ' -Gen. Joseph R. Hawjey" will be sup ported by his friends .for United States Senator from Connecticut. The picture of the Marquis of Lome, in Harper's Weekly of this week, makes him look like a young man raWnghis first,crop of "burnsides." Three counties in the State, Shawnee, Dopglas and Leavenworth, each return over a million dollars worth of personal property. AH others have under $800, 000. "If the Republican party is not al lowed to exist in the South, the Demo...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 7 December 1878

THE LEADING r- n ms m THEElGISTERr SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7 1878. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER - OFFERS Some Tciy attractive ai.dtefa.is??, KlSSS? I ine leaner lor on SFECIAL PRESBYTERIAN. Corner Malison avenue and Western street. Preaching service every Sabbath morning ut 11 o'clock. Sabunth School at 9.5 a. m. Prayer evening. If ou meeting tonics. ak Strangers are welcome to all E. ft. JULl.tu, rastor. FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE We are daily adding to our already large Holi day Stock, new and ' at tractive novelties. We shall have something for everybody. Come early before the stock is broken. , '' these services. BAPTIST. On Sycamore Street. Sabbath School every Sumlav nfternoiih at 3 P. M- Prajer roeetiog Thursday evening. 3 AEJr-Dried herring at Billy Browa'a.- -kmo Q-Uarae of all kinds-wanted at Goforth's . JFresUMichlganIciderv'aTMrii. Hays'. $3-Best tea in the market at "Mrs. Hays', 53-Garaeoi all kinds wanted at Billy Brown's. S"Kresh lemoni and orange at BtUy Brown's . $3Apples and ci...

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. — 7 December 1878

'rf""" '"" " ifrt mi 111 V .jr .o rwr " -- '54 a. AJTwTfia fltrracM.JWTTi'HTaL'Siwar- j& &. THE IOLA REGISTER. Published Every Saturday. IOLA. KANSAS. CURRENT EVENTS. The Marquis of Lome and the Princess Louise arrived at Montreal on the 29th. Alter the official reception by the city corporation, at which the lead ing tiiisens assisted, a procession was' formed and marched through the princi pal streets,which were gaily decorated in honor of the event. The crowd was so great in .Victoria Square that the horses in the vice-regal carriage became un manageable, and they were therefore unhitched and ropes attached to the carriage, which wis drawn byithe'peo pie the remainder of 1lhe journey. In the evening there was a grand ball and illumination. The office of the Clerk of the District Court of St. Mary's Farisk, La., was raided on the night of the 8th of No vember and the ballot-boxes destroyed, together with their contents. Newman, the Clerk of the Court, had duplicate polUlis...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 13 December 1878

a-3gsana U JT J ft J r gca,.!.. UJWiinmiiui wrwcMwaia rJ-J- ' -jJJi',llw. w"tob HaraioHi :4H F rlrfJtjJW" -riT?b'tJ--3--''-iW--c i l.',t,"'-' -"?J 1 .TrlZO UZH 3.SX.HT z i, - ri. r. lJi saTi .)-B.i--- ..dBL n j 1, r i CO ) '" - i - ' l'Ml- U-"I..U .& I f i, in VOLUME XII. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, DECEMBER 14, 1878. NUMBER 51. THE TOLA .- -t-l M 1 'WJ 'W ll ' J 1 S Br 4 B k ' li' .A 111 r XVX!iVJlC3 rusx w l .NEVER MORE. O sweetness that cut never more return ! Thou art passed out of life and whither flown? The hard-pruned Dough may heal, and sprout anew. And some light hearts may all too quickly learn To spare the brave and live without the true. But as pome painter that yet seeks in vain The long-wooed color for bis hungry eye. And dreams It woven on some foreign loom To wake to And It missing 'neathhls sky, Fo have we lost a glory to the tomb. Spring shall come round, and all her sounds be dear. And sweet her lips with all ambrosial dew. The wooing sun shall set earth's hea...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 13 December 1878

-afc-cai i 14 WeK5Sr' - THE REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER OP COUXTT. S. A. PEBKINS, Iditor. TEEMS : One year, in advance, $2 00 Six months, in advance 1 00 Three months, in advance, SO FBIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1878. A CHANGE. The Register will hereafter be pub lished on Friday. Correspondents are requested to send their communications so they will reach this office by Wednes day night Business men are requested to hand in their favors by the same time. We mate this change for the purpose of reaching onrsubscribers in the eastern part of the county the same week an impossibility heretofore. A law is proposed in Texas to exempt maimed Confederate soldiers from tax ation. Official returns from all the counties give St. John a majority of 9,744 over Goodin and Mitchell. Ex-Senator Pomeroy, in an interview, recently, says that he is in favor of Grant first, Conkling second, n 1880. Of the 2,000,000,000 cigars now annu ally consumed jq tbjs country, about ninety per cent, are of home manufac ture. ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 13 December 1878

lay;-- "arfta wscS50a THE LEADING DEI MS R OFFERS SomeVcry attractive and SPECIAL FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE Our Stock of HOLIDAY ARTICLES is unusually large AND Very Attractive. At Yates' One Price Cash Dry Goods Store Besides the large num ber that we have sold, we have left about 1 Dozen BEAVER CLOAKS that we are determined to sell at some price to close. Ladies who have not yet supplied them selves can purchase of us astonishing bargains in BEAVER CLOAKS At Yates' One Price Cash Dry Goods Store HEAR Just What We Say! We intend to sell all of our Mens and Boys Overcoats in next 30 days at prices that will maJie them go. Buy of us and secure a bargain that you can't get anywhere else. At Yates' One Price Cash Dry Goods Store -A ' 4 35 Dollars Will buy a good B UGGY Enquire of "STartes. THE REGISTER. FRIDAY, DECKMBER 13, 1878. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY HAPER PRESBYTERIAN. Corner Madison avenue anil Western street. Preaching irvta eerv Saliluth inor.iin at II o'clock. Sabuath School at 9.1'ia....

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 13 December 1878

-. ifcw.iyfcr--ff1hlTX . jpiji.jmJmsi" iLiSsKESe-saj SR In SOn perday athome. Samples worth Q A Pretty Card;, Orlental.Mornlnj; Glory.etc, UU no 2 aUle.irtlA namtAOc CRHavcnMimmlt,N.Y. 50 Snowflake, Chromo, etc Cards, name In Gold and Jet, IOC. as. Card Oa Northford Coon. 25. TnvPiin1 wltli tins-nA 1(tt nlaln rm asnnlsl Agents octfit,10c. 150 styles. Hull & Ca,lIadson,N I FOR SALE By E. E. PRATT, 79 Jackson-st., Chicago. Wilcox & Glbbs Elegant-Case Cabinet. Manofictnrers price, $200; will sell foe 8125 caab. One American Sewlns naeblae Netr. nice $70: for 850. n n T T Any worker can make f 1 2 a day at home. Cost! j uUlilJ outfit tree. Address TBUE A: CO. Augusta. Me. Uf ID '-ton Hay Scales, 810; 4-ton, 66. nRlli Circulars free. Chicago Scale Ca,Cblcaco4Il. RA Beautiful Christmas and New Tear Cards till (Original Designs), no 2 alike, for 10 Let. stamps. Agents wanted. ULInomas a Co. P.OBox 1637 JtulaPa WANTED NOW. Blen or women tomaxa taz MO per annum. Address L. W. WOBTUlS...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 20 December 1878

-sS.T r -( K4-- I "l imi - I 1 1, " urn '' "! T-fTiTiTrir-TT i i , - - "I" I !. THE TOLA REGISTER. VOLUME XII. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, DECEMBER 20, 1878. NUMBER 52. E! CURRENT EVENTS. Count Eulenberg, in the Prussian Di et on the 9th, delivered a speech which caused much excitement, and was the cause of universal comment. The Count, in advocating the declaring of Berlin in a state of siege, said the Govern ment wa3 in possession of information of an important character, which could not, at present, safely be made public. All that could bo said was that the Gov ernment believed in the existence of a secret revolutionary organization, bent npon the overthrow of the King dom and of the Empire, using assassina tion as its weapon, and working in the dark. The people of Berlin should make up their minds to trust the Gov ernment fully, to give it the extraordi nary power for which it asked, and not to shrink from the temporary sacrifices which they are called on to make for the extirpa...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 20 December 1878

ffiSgSgSCTggggW'11'- '-W 'IWjPg e3tZ'&'' 'Ztr i - - - -,-ln, -9ty?sn-' tsVW """! WVlV"l 2 ' - zr-.'K&S ?zr THE REGISTER OOTCIAI. PAPER OFJCOUXTY. H.A.PEE2INS, - Editor. L terms: ' One year, in advance,.. ., Sir months. In sdrance, Tnree months, in advance ...2O0 ... 100 .... 50 FBIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1878. "BUSINESS IS BUSINESS." In accordance with the custom ire started two yean ago, part of our patrons found ia the post ollice this week, a "statement ofaisouut." A portion ot them we were unable to send out at pres ent on account of other work. The re mainder will be mailed from time to time before. January 1st, 1879. Other we shall' present in person about the first of the year. Possibly we shall make a lew JNew lear calls. While upon thi3 matter we desire to return thanks for the very general prompt payment in times gone by and the general good nature with which our patrons have accepted their accounts. If not able to pay at the time few have been too proud to say so and ma...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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