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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 24 January 1879

r t'i "OkAx Beaas," sreen per bu. ........ appws. torn jKfttftmna ,J r?&n&a Z1- mwj!3ffitig!g& , was current in that city I 'i.'lio-mprplv nnhlisfaed I SUPPLEMENT. GOVERNOR'S BIENNIAL MESSAGE. Indian Invasions. Militia Force Eecommended. Finances of tho State, anil the Reports of State Officers. Public XaAXXcLs. Railroad Matters Temperance Senatorial Election Appropriations, Etc., Etc., Etc. To the Legislature: Kansas, during the two years Intervening since your last session, has enjoyed a degree of prosperity without a parallel during tbe same period in any of the states in the Union. The population of the State has increased at roe rate 01 one nunurea tnousanu per an num ; the labor of the husbandman has been rewarded with abundant harvests; the facil ities for transportation ha e been greatly in creased ; oar manufacturing interests are in an encouraging condition ; the mineral re sources of the State have been rapidly de veloped; civilization has planted Itself on th...

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. — 24 January 1879

1 .purchase money on interest, but bring me land aoiu in lor luxation; anu to- this cud. I suggest tut) rate ot, interest on deferred payments of pur chase money bu reduced to not exceeding beven pur cent, per annum, payable annually, ami tliut tile principal be made payable at the option of tlie purchaser at any time with in twenty years, with a t.trict provision for forfeiture upon failure to pay interest within a reasonable time after its maturity. SCHOOL LANDS. In pursuance of the provisions of section 1, chanter 17C. of the laws of Kansas ot 1877. au thorizing the Governor to appoint an agent for the State rhose duty It should be, among other things, to prosecnte to final deci-ion the claims of the State for school, lands duo the State from the United States on ac count of Indian reservations, my predecessor appointed us such agent lion. Samuel J. tlrawford, who, after being duly qualiUed, entered upon the performance of his duties, which have resulted in securing to the State ...

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. — 24 January 1879

--"i '- L !'" rui .. u -? mm mm DryGoods AT A WONDERFUL SMRIFICE! 4s we intend to close out our business jn Iola 1st of July, we make iae 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 ?iew, Attractive and Desira ble, andis made up -partly of such seasonable goods as Flannels, Bed Comforts and Blankets, Waterproofs, Liiiscys, Mens' and Boys' Over coats, Mens' and Boys' Caps, Woolen Yarns, Ladies and Childrens Knit Goods, a very large and Handsome Stock of New Shawls, Mens' and Boys' . Buck Gaunts, Gloves and Mitts, uhich at our USUAL RETAIL PRICES ARE CHEAP, but when tltey are offered at Such Sweeping Reductions It affords an opportuni ty to the people, such as may never present itself again, to buy goods at Away Bolor What they are Worth.. Sale to commence from this date and to continue until the entire stock is closed out. This is no Advertising Dodge. We mean just what we 'say : Weihtend .t...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 24 January 1879

JR i THE IOLA REGISTER. IOLA, KAN". GENERAL BBEYITIES. There is not a lawyer in either Ilonse ot me ueiaware legislature. Joseph GAN.ER,of Scottsville. N. Y.t aged 107, has just lost his wife, aged 1U3, to whom bo wasmarned in iwu. The value of the money and securi ties in the English Court of Chancery is reported by the Auditor General as vz- lDgi,l2,Ol),WX. Two boys recently found in the gem district of Ceylon a blue sapphire weighing no less than two pounds in the rough, and valued at $50,100. A colossal flower has been lately found in Sumatra forests which has an average diameter of thirty-three inches. It is called the Titanum. The annual value of silk ribbons ex ported by Switzerland to the United Mates has fallen in the last rive years from over $4,000,000 to about $1,000,- 000. Law, physic, and divinity are well supplied with feminine members in the United States. The lady doctors num ber 630, and feminine dentists u. while 68 women are preachers and 5 practice as lawyers. Y...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 31 January 1879

nH.,j f HjinfP Wii i v -h v-U'"v,v ' . . : -ss'f'J'P! TintenolUTmr :U.t- lt;i.sW-rlimp-s-r-- Wli MINISTER :i:(jyucb I M hu .tii..!ifi , n,, ,'t i , ; , j ? ."Sjvwv ..(1 . I w . . . . volume xni. IOLA, "ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, JANUARY 31, 1879. . -;- t . NUMBER 6. $., r CURRENT EVENTS. trThe Secretary of the Treasury has 'fened. a contract for the. delivery in "Europe of not Jess than $5,000,000 per month .of 4-per-cent. bonds, upon the June terms ana conditions as the popu lar loan now being offered in; the United States, the contract to continue until the 1st of. July, the proceeds to be applied to refunding 6-per-cent. bonds. . The Missouri Legislature has chosen George G. Vest for United States.Sena tor, as successor to the late Senator Bogy, and Gen. James Shields to fill the vacancy for the unexpired term. G. A. Finkelnburg was the Republican can didate and Henry Eshbaugh the Nation - al-Greenback candidate. Gen. John A. Logan has been elected United. States Senator from Illinois...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 31 January 1879

Sv7Siarriiirr-r.r.ygKaa'nwiwqsTOww wi.yipwtBHiiiiilMjr,iarMn'tw'TiB;ailjTnmnffMrifc.i pr THE REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER OP COUVTT. S.A.FZBSINS, Iditor. terms: -OAe vear, in advance...... MOO Mix months, in advance...... 1 00 Three months, in advance 40 FRIDAY. JANUARY 31, 1879. As we go to press Thursday night there is oothiag reliable from the Senatorial mntMt- The chances are in favor of Ingdls but his election is not yet cer tain! It is generally believed that an extra session of Congress will be held. Political body-snatching will be exem plified when the Democrats capture the National-Greenback corpse. The announcement is made that the great temperance worker, Francis Mur phy, will move to Kansas jome time this year and make it his pome. The Commonwealth intends cutting off a Dart of its exchange list. Please re member, Mr. Baker, that we cannot keep house without the Commonwealth. With the prospect of better times new railroads are being talked up. i m Southern Kansas we had a ra...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 31 January 1879

. I- v 9 -" s Ho Humbug But Fact. THE REGISTER. ps FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1879. YITE'S HUT mmmm Continue Daily ith Unus ual Activ ity. . . THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER PRESBYTERIAN. Corner Madison arcane ami Western atnet. Preaching service every Sabbath morning at 11 o'clock. SabDath School at 9:43 A. ir. Prayer merang every weunesaay evening, u you Daren't a list of the prayer meeting topic, ask the leader for one. Stranger an welcome to all these service. E. S. M1LLEB, Pastor. Come Before the Bargains are all Taken. 50 cent Plaid Flannels for 33 cents. 40 cent Plaid Flannels for 25 cents. 30 cent Plaid Flannels for 20 cents. 50 cent Red Twilled Flannels for 25 cents. 40 cent Bed Twilled Flannels for 20 cents. 50 cent Plain Scarlet Flannels for 30 cents. 40 cent Plain Scarlet Flannels for 25 cents. 30 cent Plain Scarlet Flannels for 20 cents. 25 cent Plain Scarlet Flannels for 18 cents. 25 cent Linseys, nice colors, for 18 cents. 20 cent Linseys, rich plaids, for 15 cents. $1.00 yd. Wat...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 31 January 1879

vsBz&Kzae&c imtfUii..Ci fSiw ! , THE IOLA REGISTER, IOLA. t KANSAS. KAXSAS NEWS. ; Itltnre. In the Senate.Vn the SOtbthe Pretldent aunoanctd Uic following Standing Commit tees: Judlclnrv Senators GUlett, Guthrie, Hal lowoll, Keilopr, Pyburn, Johnston.Sluas. Wave andMeani Morrll'. Kirk, Carpenter, Benedict, Brown. Grlflln, Harris. ., HecUon-Flnncs-,Momll, GUlpatrick, Gll lctt, Snnrgeon. . , Federal llclatlons Grass, Buclian, ilallo .wclt. Bradley, GiUpatrlelr. - .", Railroads GUlpatrick. Munlock, Williams, Mattbewson.Klcficy, Nichols, llenrj-. Finance and Taxation kirk.Guturie, Jolin stoii, Savage, Finney. peon, Kellog. Williams. Appropriations Johnston Bradbury, i-a age. .pporEionmew, jue ftiwHc-vmw! .-j...- .Buchan.Klnney, Cornoratlons-wmUms, Woodworth, llad- lev. Bradley, Greene. bounties and County Lines Hallow ell.Mnr dock. Carpenter, ling. Hewn-. ;JHnc!and Mining Harris, Grifflo, Robin son", Finney; ring. , Immigrallon Uoblnson, Benedict, Taj lor. Carpenter, Pbnrn. - ' ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 7 February 1879

. -lWJgCJjj- "?? TOLA REGISTER THE y I.'! .A- ! VOLUME XIII. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, FEBRUARY 7, 1879. NUMBER 7. r& . !f ' CURRENT EVENTS. A Democratic Congressional caucus, held to consider the Chinese question, adopted resolutions declaring that Chinese immigration should bo restrict ed, and in favor of a modification of the Burlingatne treaty, in accordance with this design; and urging the passage of the bill reported from the Committee on Education and Labor, by Mr. Willis, of -Kentucky, which prohibits the landing in the United States of more than fifteen Mongolians by any one vessel. An investigation of the official conduct during the late election of John J. Da venport, United States Commissioner ;and Chief Supervisor of Elections in New York City, was begun on the 28th by a Congressional committee. Daven port is accused of having illegally and arbitrarily arresiea ana locked up a largenumber of voters, on the" charge of having fraudulently procured natu- ralization p...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 7 February 1879

, c ni a -'" -r - -' ..- Ci .'rJsjj- THE REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER OF' COUNTY. H. A. PESKINS, Editor. TERMS I One vear, in advance, J 00 Six month", in advance 1 Vx ThM, mnnfh. in advance.-... ....... ....... Three months, in advance,.. ? FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1879. - Printers. For sale a Washington Hand rrcss, 7 column Mate. It will wortau 8 column paper 12.'.' Pica columns. Only reason far scllins-too small for future ue. Any one proposing to start a paper will do well to address, fur the next CO dajs, II. A. PERKINS, Iola, Ks. The death of Richard II. Pana, Amer ican poet and novelist waa announced in Tuesday's dispatches. The wonderful sale of the Government 4 per cent bonds marks a. re volution in American finance and credit. The nrobabilities are that the usual amount of tinkering at the tax laws will be done by the legislature this winter. Thomas J. Jarvh will succeed Vance as Governor of North Carolina. He was a Confederate officer, and is a Bourbon Democrat. The surest way to s...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 7 February 1879

wctk lnji,iFJHiiwtirerTiwi'-erii 3-w sow'W"'' "fr? Jli Ul 4-H" l.Ji ,il ..JlJIuf .5V?wi f4 rn.;r j i B-Mviiim.muMisMii.iyjW.iJWL. ijmtojgwigsag jf, , -sr -ft. -.ju5swwa-K!wns 35J3BarwEwifJt:nj-ii"as'T' sbsio, -r -r-as- :;ti te u f;i r TJTJF Bargains Are Going Tast AT TATES9 CLOSING OUT STORE THE, REGISTER. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1879. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER PBESBYTERIAN. ' Corner Madison avenne' and Western street. Preaching service every Sabbath moraine at 11 o'clock. .Sabaatb School it,9:i)i. at. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening. If yon baTent a. lut of 'the prayer meeting topics, ask the leader for ooe. Strangers are welousaetoall these services. . d. .MILLER, Pastor. Every one Who has thtmoney cannot make a tetter INVESTMENT Goods will never be offer ed as cheap again in any Dry Goods JStore in Tola. baptist. Ob 8yeasre Street. 'Services on tint and sec ond Sabbath of each month. Sabbath School every Sunday afternoon at 3 P. JL, Prayer meeting ITranday evenings. WIMA2T, Pa...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 7 February 1879

k THE. IOLA .REGISTER. IOLA, KANSAS. GENERAL imEYHTES. In England iron railway sleepers are said to hare proven much cheaper than wooden, ana tneir general use is pre' dieted. Tot thermometer has been as low as 37 degrees below zero on the summit of Jrie's I'cat during tee present winter. Mori Southern planters raised their own meat and bread last year than ever before. Tfaosewhodidsoareinaepena , ent of. the priee .of Jcottoafor one year at least. The Bezum of Bhopal is a clever and energetic lady. She has built the best hospital in India, ont of Calcutta, is making excellent roads, and arranging lor a railroad to ner dominions. Imagine a mass of ice a mile wide and 30 miles long, crashing along with the power of a thousand freight trains, and yon will have some idea .of the breaking of a gorge.on the Ohio, says tne xoieao niaac. The consumption of chewing-gum in the United States is about 30 tons year ly; tnatol spruce gum somewhat less, and that of a gam made in Tennessee from ba...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 14 February 1879

Stfe AWfuwt vl aarranooa Tars. A. -fe' THE ?5 O 1 ' nB rujM.1 iriT!fft ? 11 .. .u1 i4-ti' uinn -1- .' t -Uid B' jr vsns- 3u:ri IfPTJlt STOLTME XIII. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, FEBRUARY H, 1879. NUMBER 8. IOLA REGISTER '.i I" U u CUSfiEttT EVENTS. "fKOvernar ,, has appointed D. T. J?prterfand,W. W- Gay Commissioners 'l?'i?i?ter. ,he affa!ra the late City wijuempms, in connection with a third Commissioner to bo chosen by the peo ple. - : j ij -w.Xhe fate of Prof. Nordenskjold's oweciisn Arctic exploring expedition is exciting the liveliest interest throughout jEtrrope.r.as it is 'generally believed that tne'explofing steamer Vega is ice-lock- ea-somewhereortheast of East Cape. The Russian 'man-pt-war Abrek has en ordered without delay to Behring's Strait, stopping at Kamtsehatka for an equipmcnt.of sledges arid dogs, togeth er with .a ps.rty.of Esquimaux, who will endeavor to reach the exploring party overland. , A wealthy Russian savant, Mi-SiberiakoflT; is also 'fitting out a pri v...

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. — 14 February 1879

theieSsTer OFFICIAL PAPER OP COUXTY. H.A.PEBKINS, .. - X Editor. TERMS : One year, in advance, ... Six months, in advance .Tf. Thim month", in advance, & -i $100 100 60 .FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1879. Printers. For sale a Washington Hand Pret7 column size. IfYtiirwbrk an 8 column paper lijjl'ica colnmna. Onljr reason for selling loo small for future use. Any one proposing to start a paper will do well to address, ftr the next 60 days, iX. A. I'EUKINS, IoU, Ks. An extra session of Congress is now Considered as Bettled upon. The N. Y. Tribune is hating lota of fan with the wicked coparceners. Hon. John 31. Price has been firmed as postmaster of Atchison. con- Xate dispatches report a victory for the Zulus over the English forces, in South Africa. jSenator Christiancy, of -Michigan, has .resigned. Now if they will only send old Zach. Chandler back. Tilden's nephew was the only bad man about Gramercy Park. Gite the old man a chance. It is proposed to burn Russian paper .money lately cir...

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. — 14 February 1879

PPMSfrt" -s4 P i i THE GOLDEN OPMTDNlf BARGAINS CONTDTOlY Come during this divd next week if you would get any oftJie great bar gains in Water Proofs, - Flannels, Wool Shawls, Yarns, Etc., You can well afford to buy these goods, if you don-'tuse tliem until next winter at the -prices they are selling every day. A positive saving of 50 per cent.. is certainly a good in vestment. Goods will never be as oJieap again in . Allen county. GLOVES At 10 c. former price 20. At 15 c. former price SO. At 20 c. former price 4-0. At 25 c. former price 50. At 40c former priee 75. At 50 c. former price $1. We would not have you FORGET the great sacrifice we are mailing on fine all Wool Shawls. These goods have never been offered at such prices and will not be again. Now or never is the opportunity to buy a handsome shawl at less than half price. 90 pairs Mens all wool Sock, 20 cts. pair, worth 4-0 cents in any store in the country. ZEPHYRS All colors, 12 1-2 cents an ounce. Ladies Kid Gloves, 26 ce...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 14 February 1879

THE IOLA REGISTER. IOLA, KANSAS. MISS VESTA'S VALENTINE. w There Is one who Indeed lores you well, If you wish who Jt Is you may know. Search these lines; thev In silence Oo tell, I confess tbo initials do show. Thee c lines had laid undisturbed for many years at Air. Gridley's, in a rude miniature chest, along with other girlish relics. They were written in a bold and youthful, but evidently pain-taking hand, and had been carefully folded and sealed with a patch of red wax. They lay at the bottom of the little chest under the till, and had for company scTeral old letters from "friends and well-wishers," a number of tickets for good behavior at school, a lot of silk piece-work which had onco been de signed to- blaze as a "star," but whose light was .yet in undeveloped chaos, school-girl okeepsakos of ingeniously cut paper and twisted locks of hair, with the motto "When this yon see," etc., and a few printed ballads and child's books. This chest had been made ard riven To Vesta Gridl...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 21 February 1879

v - -o2t v "Si. -jrr-- "-vr ,; tiiat - 3";eg ,.J2rKiin08 T7La"1P aaJt" woj - J i ' - j- i ' . IK i , ' iiSg.Ori EOCKi TS - --- i mJL f 4 ? H I - - , r . jil Ji V k8ttv9k7T . - T jds"5. -, - tfrj'i ," ?r3 YtUME xiir. lio a I0LA3 ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, FEBRUARY ,21, 1879. NUMBER 9. vV-3TbS- .' ' w t' ei --r " " x -" ""S v ""- "" T-MfcO , . s - y - -25"fr wr- c5t. v-w , ?- -.'?- J ''- .a f &bs. m? k - . t- aaaaaaBBr'"--aaw --'mnmav--asaaBBBnsMa-'J enaanssa-. j i a -, , - f yV J H k H mm aw aaf aaaai m "m --tBK?KB LbbbbbV " aaml bbt aaaa! avmamf 1 Lasa! bbbbw 1 J IbbbT! Paaaav J iaea ssbbt Kl I J "-T iMNc7BeTBij'u SBj kv rnar Mu , a H in"1 km as am an am. i . ml am aa. J 1 i, BBi.iSbi &aa as .am its .T1 'saac- kiLi, BaTv A . , BBml ml a I am v HirtlwEair...' '7B - LI 5H "H: " "-''','' 1 J ' - va Wad V J f ul.A " """ am "m" M- L W Mj4m-jmZ. Jmwmm. I u 1 - e 4 b 1 m r XlmAIicaB SitoriailQMeH. held 95 A. rlvedii reait to the ut- w H i6d of the Fedml Mpw-THH-EkMtieiL 1t, wtk&thDW...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 21 February 1879

M-- ?" mt V' r. - THE REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER OF COITICXY. H. A. PEBEINS, - Witor. tekmb: ; One year. In advance, :V" 1 2 Sir month, in advance Three months, In advance o" FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1879. In the house of BepreaenUtiTes at To peka, Mr. Biddlo was very severe on Got. Anthony for, m alleged p? gleet, of duty in.regara lo 1MB ibuibji ; rmius isst uui, Gen.'Clapp insisted that the blame be longed to Geni Pope. Mr. Legate exon erated both. The debate was spirited and lit times, "acrimonious. Mr. "-Biddle the author of the resolution, is a bitter enemy tf Gov. Anthony, and is rapidly losing friends by bis unjust criticisms. The Senatorial inTestigation flurry is dyingont. The Russian forces have at last evac uated Turkey. . It is thought the President will veto the Chinese bill. The plague in Europe is causing. panic in many places. The bill to amend the -Internal Rev enue laws has passed the Senate by a vote of 45 to 21. A handkerchief flirtation resulted in the marriage of a b...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 21 February 1879

I ) 11 H l1 "v ill Hi . ; v. Won sarar A i ii aP (DHlniHlf fnUixlrl n ' WBTBin-raaBSlW ! Ilfors 'Tcr-rfrrl. wv?W 1U.U j. I THE.EGiaTJER. aHII-QLHAJ30 0 few esSMyi -Ms -&i feat- CL'. JvtifTjiriuM, nT 1 T rf 1i1J VJ f T T tj WM- Era- ,?- a-M-Si mw c- j-j o.-.w mrr .saaA f-;M- T- r-na-f ,B-.l ' klatCTfl c fyllccfl ?0 QOKT2 '-91.',lff797 A ,il!-::i. 4aiu rf'ti rr"-iKir Jl "' TBPJIlLCQJifNTy ifAPER fOffSl mi was .gniM -fernsflSt-oioiH J$?me during'jlhi&-and ntexb'week if kowwoufit ec unyojtne great our- tf7.7.Tt9 Ml - . 4"!!"fr-"j7 .?.,.- r "TTflflq a J the leader fox-onei n, . . - - 1 i 1 a .d these serTicoi. ; , rj.ater jfrootsv vnrnx .- - . -. -w 1 -t-ir flannels, WbofrJShawisi ffcJpu iVju i-!c7 fai mi -11 trytjr.ts PA66EKGEE'rrA.!r..-l-ll:23 A. M eiq.;..:,.:;.;;..;;!!. p&.;.a....l,iKdi'K .! ftiS6Try'fi-'hf - a2 Close connection; made at Kansas Cit v. j--.i - -"-.- .i-i- ''---liT -.1 rr .- jzz- --! ana Droueh.uelcelB.tar sale, to all Knm -i"1 --- v-?r 1. -wiZrw era poiniv....

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 21 February 1879

i-n1 1 m iiT mmSBjsmtk MJMUUtj.iwTSJgguaqBaiaBJU aemawmgj-aani-'w:.', mw I . -5KKrf-&mNis'3r wt - raft r yc?fcwCTr vwJi.' 4 sg" TM JTtTTsK Inrr r k 1 -W tiT ' "I" jfwt pMniira triiftHBJ Itlme .'J'WaiV mi she. 'Iwisayoa THEviOHrRE6ISTEKf L,SS3SSSS25Ki. IOLA, i KANSAS. GENERAL BKEYITTES. FsKsnvAnncik oTfltennsre for ale in Paris. Vermont has abolished its State Board of Agriculture. ISoumaxm sBMUestaauon oi Ji- uiuveu ,S.fcw A Fort Watne, (iBd,) woman is the happy possessor of a lace dress worth $4,000. Bather light material for cold Tqksx is a person living in Big Stone County, Minn., whom the physicians pronounce a leper, and the Commi sio&ers have, been petitioned, to have hinlwnMTe'fr9itfce'eonryjTr j To tWt'of MerelsimeiitoiTeicas haslaipelJd"theXegialafcres of Ala btwa and Georgia to impose a license tax of S100 apon every person soliciting people to emigrate from those, States. WniriaUsiairopea ai-'Ottumwa, Iowa,thiToaiBrBight, a laeaeatered, deposited an infant in a se...

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