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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 20 December 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 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 20 December 1878

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Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 27 December 1878

mfrm-immm f-- fWr" - v&x$ m , ,-x - 's --aajv i - -'seaw IOLA IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, DECEMBER 27, 1878. NUMBER 1. YOB IsS" REGISTER ErcsaeCfci.'x V riMPSmESfcW5'5- nawi? YTTT 2JM.I-ft.-J m. M fcil ir r? v- y , 28 IL. .3Ei-r m.t Ate I rp LH . r !" i 1 1 tN '... v L vl ? K 3 SZk -y l-c & J. URRENT EVENTS. The joint committee on the reorgani zation of the Army has made its report, accompanied by a bill to effect the de sired changes, to Cach House of Congress. The Teport i3 unanimous, there having been an earnest desire on the part of every member of the committee to ar rive at a satisfactory and comprehen sive measure. The scheme contem plates a considerable redaction in the number of officers, but the strength of the enlisted men is fixed at 25,000, with provision for a material increase if it should prove at any time necessary. A sensational report comes by cable of the discovery of important evidence bearing upon the recent attempted as sassinations in Germany, Russia,...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 27 December 1878

i iioir iyiaaJK)Mwi "W- iih 1 1 jj-jl' &u..'ijuam5 -e-wfflasa?isa23aas2?Eg,. atii-l'y "j- g "t?S 'HI I I,. J. urn 'I,, him. WJ-iy. iv j , ys- i-"j'iij'P"J' -;r-- ., i nli iiiui.ii Tin lF' - X K THE REGISTER4 OFFICIAL PAPER OF COTJWTT, H.A.FISEZHS, Editor. tsucs; On year, in advance, MfiO Six months, la advance 1 Three moat, ia advance W FEIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1878. Burlingatae is talking of a pork pack ing establishment. The Santas Farmer enter its 16th jesr January 1st, 1879. France has a gold coin of five francs, which is a little less, than our dollar. A bill has been introduced in Congress reducing the charge on postal money orders. The people of Ottawa according to the Republican are preparing to build a court house at a cost of $10,0t)0. Are you prepared to resume! Only three days more and then cornea the dein. ition bowwos according to fiat paper The Neodesha Free Press has been sold to Measers. W. 1L and G. E. Chapman. It will hereafter be a Democratic paper. What has beco...

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 December 1878

- srp?-.?xi l 5: -, Ttl - ' N t .- 'Vt:':35t a THE REGISTER. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1878. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER PRESBYTERIAN. MuMaon avenue and Western net. r service every sabbath'morninp at 11 "Saboatlt School st :5 a. m. Prayer r.rr UV.lne-i.-imv evenine. If you listof the prayer meeting topics, tak for one. strangers are welcome u u arv.eeJ. JS. 6.ulusk, raaior. BAPTIST. t are Street. Sabbath School every afternoon at 3 P. M. Prajer mcrtm f evening. ? METHODlSl-fltlriSOlAiN 1, fa tha Baptist Church every alternate Sabbath et4SSJ TnrrEUFIELl), Pator, iMiCBTHODIST EPISPOCAL. jr 9Mnr f Jeilersoa avenue and Broadway St. MtaM arerv s.ilil.ith at li' to 1 1 U a. It. Sab bath (school from llii ti U!i. CU meeting Irom 3 P. X. to 4. Preaching rrora 7 T. H to w J. S. Klixk. Pastor. Y. 1L C. A. The Young Men's Christian Association hold grayer meetings la the Presbyterian Church, ibhath afternoons at o'clock. The time of the business meeting is the first Monday evening of every month. Al...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 27 December 1878

i?r L.HUHMH.Mij"Ji iM'iii"iH 'ilf'll II ' 4 r ?t .-jf u - - Vr . K . 1 .ffflsjpl REGISTEK -v.;; i, vIOLA, kxt KAJTSAS. GENEBAlr BRETITIES. " w J$iMaMffat ,m Mr. A. J. Barks, a .; -mute man, was. fined f 100, and sen m mTtenceA .to ssvyear's 'imprisonment for . marryjpgjaincgres - WiLLiAirHlssETT. of Newton- Mass.. "has been ""Wred for the cost of his .own - gravestone, 'which he ordered a year 4i -agSiii-ariticipation of an early death. '' Ok a" recent trip the steamship City of Sydney mado-the fastest steaming r " time on record between Sydney and San crancisco. jne was just tours en route, including stoppages, and landed - the -mails twond a hall days ahead of nine. & ,"A SHORT time am nnblicitv was riven r .to the.Jact that Wm. V. Taylor, of ..wniienaii, .n. r.,was to fall heir to $100,000 if he married within a year. Mr.Taylor has already' received over 300 letters from willing women inva- nous parts oi tne country. ( AmaM inLexington, Va., mailed a letter to is. faceUons na...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 3 January 1879

WcSfi SSFSSKaRfTT lB'iM -sfe saifegg 1 "' V i- r -WV '-.-si- THE IOLA VOLUME xni. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, JANUARY 3, 1879. NUMBER 2. SBBIaggssg? REGISTER :S fo rk W yj K i I CURRENT EVENTS. Additional names suggested to the rxesiaent la connection with the vacant Berlin Mission arerex-Senator John B. Henderson, of Missouri.ex-Sen&tor Ram say, of Minnesota, and ex-Senator Fre- ungnuysen, of New Jersey. The following are the highest prices of gold for each of the years of suspen sion. J8SS. ..14 ,.USX ,.sss .20V ,.167V .USX .150 .16IK 1X 1871.. 115V 1S72 115X 1873 119H 1om.. ....... 1149, 183.... ........... .117 187C... .......... ..115 1877.... ...... 107 Jt 1878.. 107 1883.. 186t.. 18G5.. 1b68 1867.. 1868.. 1889.. 1870... Capt. John Cowdon's plan for solving 'the Mississippi River problem is at least bold and original. Heretofore the only plan proposed of keeping the river in its channel and protecting the adjacent ' country has been to build levees along me dsuks. (japtam ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 3 January 1879

i -H-'-rrv' if 5Vr 'C awfr-3w tt,rjijm w . Am ruvwrtt: i- - siJwn-'CCTm jh i wmj i. i" 3" THE REGISTER ophciai paper OT-jcornrrr. E. A. PEBKIN3, flditsr. TERMS : Oacveir, In advance, ,.,... .Mx, months, in cdraace Tnree months, in advance,.,...,. .$3 00 ,.100 .. SO FRIDAY, JANUARY S, 1879. Wichita month. pays pohsumcti 660 per NAvigition of tho Ohio 'river la' entire ly suspended from Pfttsburg to Louis ville, ou account of tho ice. The Topeka people, arc mating cxten fcive preparatiuiu tor celebrating the in auguration of Governor St. John. Uncle Sam is entitled to the proud look his face now bears. When he puts hUiiitto a nojij now it in as' good as gold. A New York lawyer, who was con victed of appropriating his client's mou ey, his been sentenced to two years 'i:n prisonment in the penitentiary. The very bestsavings banks are United States four per cent, bonds. The banks should see that these are handy for peo pie who have S50 or more to invest. The D.wbury AVicj thinks the bigg...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 3 January 1879

t --y W -' L ? s THE REGISTER. FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1879. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER PRESBYTERIAN. Comer 3Iadison avenue anil Western street. Preaching service even- babbath moraine at 11 .o'clock. Saboath School at 0:(A. 3. Vroyer jueeiing every weuncsilay evening, ir jon liavea't a Itat of the prayer meeting topics, ask the leader for one, these cvice3. Strangers are w clcome to all t. a. mii,l.i.h, mstor, , BAPTIST. On Sycamore Street. S-ibbath School every Sunday afternooh at 3 P. M. lrayer meeting Thnrsday evenings. METHODIST PROTESTANT, In'the Baptist Church every alternate Sabbath at 11 A. M. and 7:31 P, 31. T. HTTEUFIELD, Pastor. . METHODIST EPISPOGAL. Coiner of Jefferson avenue and llroadway St. Services eerv Sabbath at 10& to 11 U A. M. Sab bath School trom Wi to liJi. Class meeting from 3 p. i. to4. Preaching from i r.MtoBJi. - J. S. Kum, Pastor. Y. M. C. A. The Young Men's Christian Association hold prayer- meetings in the Presbyterian Church, babbath afternoons at 4 o'...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 3 January 1879

'"-: -"--r?S5!?3; V V- THE IOLA REGISTER. IOLA, KANSAS. GENERAL IIBETITIES. The Paris Exhibition building, minus the Pavilion of the City of Paris, is to be retained. Thiktt-five pupils from the Iowa Blind Asylum at Vinton are giving con certs through the State. The Canada Pacific Railroad will be completed from Winnipeg to Rat Port age, on the Lake of the Woods.in August next. The treaty with Samoa reached the State Department wrapped in a mat of cocoa-nut hber said to do 3W yers om, and valued at'$5,000. The horse which "Wilkes Booth rode from Washington after his murder of President Lincoln is now owned in Pom fret, Conn., and is 18 years old. A New ypRK oculist says it is a mis taken idea to believe that a person once using glasses could not afterward dis pense with them. The reverse is the fact. The statue of Charles Sumner, au thorized by a meeting in Fanueil Hall, March 4, was unveiled by Gov. Rice. The statue is in the public garden. The other day there was a barrel of Johan...

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. — 10 January 1879

7?c am- , " ' "-cJPW,5wsM ai.w.11. - H ,. j-f- -v "- fc " - ' '.. " -. - JT Xvf t- s ' ' :" TOLA REGISTER - -5 ' ft VOLUME XIII. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, JANUARY 10, 1879. NUMBER 3. THE 1- H u-, K v KSU hJ L1 Hi 1 1 t l. I: ')' HJ XU HI. i 0.' "t TEE PASS OFBBANDER. Bg'tlie Author of" John UoXiJ 'ax, Ctnilman." Alonathe Pass of Brander, lull many a year aco, Tlicre tmdgcaa widow woman Deep through the blinding bnow. A weary widow woman. With sweet soft English tongue; A stranger in the Highland glens, feeble, and pale, and young. And with nor simple story, She passed from door to door: O give me Just a picco oi bread And a night's rest once more. "My husband was a sailor; lie he hailed from Oban Bay; I want to take his baby home. And lay it where ho lay: " I'll lay it on his mother's breast, And then I'll gladly go." And she held up a thin, thin hand, As white as any snow. Along the Pass of Brander The wind sank soft and still ; The stars stood silently above Ben Cruachan's might...

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. — 10 January 1879

- 'jWjwT -,- J -J5, i-t?- ss. Tm - THE REGISTER OFFICIAl. PAPER OF COTJHTY. &A.PEBKINS, - 'Xditoxv TKRMSt . One year, In advance ..t..titi...iitx 00 Blx months, in advance ,,.- ;. l 00 Threemonthsi in advance,. .-.-. -.u M FRtD AY, JANUARY 10, 1879 The newly elected State officers will be inaugurated on the J 3th inst. The ScrafTord trial is still dragging :&Iong in the District Court at Topefc Congress re-assembles next Tuesday 'and will, it is presumed, get down to earnest work. W. .Tttt. tM, sU g pnimcttirm UaMi SlMt innmf lttS, .S IW iJi It is estimate! that there are over eighty thousand miles of completed rail way in the United States. The Kansas Pioneer still publishes the :8tatc and National platforms of the fiat money party. It u so interesting just DOW. The Greenbacker who predicted eter nal-smash and disaster 3an. 1st, 1879, lias crawled away to die of a broken heart. If the charges made by the Leaven- "Worth Press against Senator Ingalls are not disproved he "win...

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. — 10 January 1879

w sv-1-!-' : ms- T3 t f tjo. s whwsksct -f-iew -ssarc .? Bl THE REGISTER. FBIDAV, JANUARY 10, 1879. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER PRESBYTERIAN. Comer Madison aTenue- and Western street. Preaching service eTery Sabbath morning at 11 o'clock. Saboata School at 9:45 x. x. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening, ir you Daren't a list of the prayer meeting topics, ask the leader for one. Strangers are welcome to all tbese services. is. s. mii.u.u, rastor. BAPTIST. OB Sycamore Street. Sabbath School every Sunday afternoon at 3 P. SI. Prayer meeting Thursday evenings ilETHODISTPROl'EaTAN 1', "In the Baptist Church every alternate Sabbath at 11 A. II. and 7 JO P.M. T. BTTERFIELD, Pastor. METHODIST EPISPOCAL. Coiner of Jefferson avenue and Broadway St. Services every Sabbath at VH to 1114 a. k. Sab bath School from 11 to UK- Class meeting from 3 r. m. to 4. Preaching rrom7"i P. m to ni. J. 3. Klixk. Pastor. Y. M. C. A. TbeToung Men's Christian -Association hold prayer meetings in the Presbyteria...

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. — 10 January 1879

v - -V "" A - Kv. - '' S-r" ..., v--f if i THE IOLA EEGISTE1L IOLA, t : t " i KANSAS. GEXEBAL BEETITIES. The Marchioness of Camden was one of the chief prize-takers in the pig classes at ine recent smiumeia catue show. Herbert Mo kbis. avoonedrr-eoods clerk of Shelbjville, Ind.t recently per formed the rare gastronomic feat of swallowing a 22-calibcr cartridge. At latest accounts it had not been recov ered. George Eeed. a hard-working man of Hart County, Ga., has married off seven children in tbe year past, ana nas seven more who will be eligible for mat- ruuuuy la mo jear to come. A locomotive shop inraterson.N.J.. has received an order for seven immense electric lanterns from the Russian Gov ernment. These lanterns are" to be placed at the bows of the seven men-of-war. Mrs. Mackav, wife of the bonanza king, has a sapphire which was once tho property of a Russian prince, and wmen cost ner siau.uw. it is an inch in diameter. Her pearl necklace cost siw.wu ana tier coral set cost 918...

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. — 17 January 1879

r -i o 3isas?I3i .;: . S&jg?- . e y.? -? - - . 1 il I- .i 1 fi volume xni. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, JANUAEY 17, 1879. '-5' ' NUMBER 4. r-scii'Ss e KttM saBsT- aaa""' w,,"nBBBBja IOLA REGISTER. -flij I asT I i- n i Kij i a THE MARIANA OF TBRNEXTaBN' ERATION. Ton come not ah ! you come not I watch with a weary era rrom my window as the crowded Balloons go floating by; Each bears its tinman lading. But bears It from me aloof. And never rattles a grapnel Upon our lonely root Along Its rails of Iron, A hundred miles an hour. The ex-steam-horse Is hurried By the Kecly-motora power; It flashes past the station. And away, ontspeedlng the storm; But In the passenger-catcher I do not see your form. The trees ore red with Autumn, But In the leaf -strewn mead I miss the old familiar tracks Of vour velociDede. nly the streamlet's slirhluir I hear, ana the forest moan. Though the ears of love are keener Than any microphone. When the children toy at twilight Sometimes with the phonograph, I...

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. — 17 January 1879

.haitmam THE REGISTER OFFIGIAI. PAPER OF COUNTY. S. A. PEBKINS, Editor. TERMS : One year. In advance,. ...... Sir months, in advance , Three months, in advance,... .41.92 00 1 00 ,...; 80 TRID AY, JANUARY 17, 1879. Pensacola, Florida -bas elected a Re publican mayor. The Supreme Court" of "Uie TJnitia States has decided, upon an appeal case from the Supreme Court of Utah, that the law of Congress against- poylygamy is strictly constitutional. lift is appro priately called a final blow at polygamy. Tilden has no hope tecauae thore is a Cipher in 1880. Wirt Walton beat Dave Emmert bad Tor Chief Clerk of the house. Kansas City is the seventh city in -the Union in the packing business. in another comma we republish a portion of the article which appeared in Camp' $ Emigrant t Guide for December. The writer evidently made a big mistake on the population, for it is easily and conclusively shown that we have over twelve hundred inhabitants. With this exception the article was true to name....

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 17 January 1879

EV - I h55 M i. ux i S10.1 DOLLARS THE REGISTER. or Dry Goods FRIDAY, JANUABY 17, 1879. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER PRESBYTERIAN. Corner Madison avenue and Western street. Preaching service every Sabbath morning at 11 o'clock, saboath School at 9:15 x. v. Prayer meeting every wcanesday evening, ir yon haven't a Iit of the prayer meeting topics, ask the leader for one. Strangers are welcome to all these services. E. 3. MILLER, Pastor. AT A WONDERFUL SASRIFIGfi ! As we intend to close out our business in Iola by 1st of July, we make the announcement that from and after this date our entire stock is offered to the public at actual Prime Cost to Close Out. Our stock is all Jiew, Attractive- and Desira ble, and is made up part ly of such seasonable goods as Flannels, Bed Comforts and Blankets, Waterproofs, Linseys, Mens' and Boys' Over coats, Mens' and Boys' Caps, Woolen Yams, Ladies and Childrens Knit Goods, a very large and Handsome Stock of New Shawls, Mens1 and Boys' Buck Gaunts, Glove...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 17 January 1879

v vaMMWBrMMMMmc Ps122S2xbs2a3aLm THE IOLA REGISTER. IOLA, KANSAS. GENERAL BRETITIES. A woman in Springfield, Mass., might have been killed bad the bullet not lodged in a thick pad. As his father, Louis Napoleon, did 30 Tears ago, the ex-Frinoe Imperial of France visits about at English country houses. Of the letters posted in Great Britain last year, England sent 36 for every one of her population, Scotland 28, and Ire land only 14. Olo buttons are in demand in Paris as articles of parlor ornament, and large prices are paid for those in steel, jasper, silver, pebbles, or Alencon diamonds. The Baroness Burdett-Coutts is gathering clothing and money for the relief of the one hundred thousand fu gitives who have been driven to Con stantinople from the districts devastated by the late war in Turkey. Bussian ladies are often inveterate smokers of cigarettes, and, at railway stations and other points of transit, scratch their matches on walls or posts, like men. They frequently ask men fo...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 24 January 1879

iv ?& - - 1 i ( i - gasVaae.-f-- j-aJfch - , i. f A- - -. -, 4 . r -Hi-' .J THE IOLA REGISTER. JUJ1 sifA' :2sat V-B w i ! VOLUME XIII. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, JANUARY 24, 1879. NUMBER 5. JL fe- t - K?" if i Current events. The Colorado Legislature, on the 14th, elected Natt. P. Hill United States Sen ator as successor to Jerome B. nhffv Mr. Hill is a native of Massachusetts; emigrated to Colorado in 1807, and has since been extensively engaged in smelt ing operations. He is said to be enor mously wealthy, but has not heretofore taken any active part in politics, al though known as a Republican. A committee appointed by the late Woman Suffrage Convention miM upon President Hayes on the 13th, and presented a memorial and other papers in -relation to female suffrage, and charging that the President had ignored the women of the country in his annual messages. They also called the attention of the President to the Teccnt decision of the Supremo Court in relation to polygamous mar...

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. — 24 January 1879

; -"-. -'i-.-pa.'"-',.- vt'.-v- ..- THE-REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER OF COTJWTV. 2. A. PERKINS, - - - - Editor. TERMS : .- Oneyeur, inadvance.i ... Six month, hindrance, Three months, in advance,-.. . .t2 00 .. 1 FBID AY. JANUARY 24, 1879. Grant in 1880 Til-den gire us a rest. Alexander H. Stephens U recovering. Boscoe Conkling, of New York, was returned to the United States Senate. J. Donald Cameron was elected U. 8. Senator from Pennsylvania last Tuesday. Dan. Yoorhees ia the United States Senator from Indiana, having been elect ed last Tuesday. The Idaho legislature stand 12 Re publicans and. 12 Democrats almost too evenly divided. aBBBBBBIBBSBaaB.BBBBal(BBasBsSSSasBnBSSB(naj Vest, the new benator from Missouri, served in the House .and Senate of the defunct Confederacy. The First National Bank" of Cincin nati, has voted to reduce its capital three hugdred thousand dollars. The leeal tender silver dollar is worth 83.87 cents. Ex. We will give you 95 , cents for all yon want to sell. A...

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