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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 14 November 1879

THE TOLA REGISTER. volume xni. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 14, 1879. NUMBER 47. ft fota ftejptete PUBLISHED ZYKSY JSIDAY BT H.A. PERKINS. Subscription Price $2.00 jer year. BATES OF ADVERTISING. space. lwfc8-wklmo.l8o.8mo.iy. llnch : 21ncb.es.... 3 inches.... X column.. X column.. 1 column. .. $100 $1 rots oo 00! $7 60 jia s no 2 50 3 50 COO 10 00 360 to 600 7 00 10 00 iooo is 300 BOO 850 13 00 20 00 40 00 65 00, 800 15 00 13 00 25 00 Local Notices ten cents per line first In sertion and II ve cents per line for each sub sequent insertion. Every description of Plain and Fancy Job Printing done with neatness and dispatch. CHURCH SOCIETIES. PBESBYTERIAX. Corner Madison Avenue and Western Street. Preaching at 11 a. m. and IX p. m. every Sabbath. Sabbath-school at 5:45 a-m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening. If yon haven't a list of the prayer meeting topics, ask the leader for one. Strangers are welcome to all these services. E. S. Hjixkr, Pastor. BAPTIST. On Sycamore Str...

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 November 1879

wSwSTp r ..-. s apM-w.-Titr ;' 111 nm THE REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1870. H. A. PEBBKS, - Editor. TERMS : One year, In ndvanre, . Six month. In tidvnnco Three months in advance,... 33"Our reader t, in replying to cdcertitrntnH in Tub ItF.oiSTEit, will confer a favor by tinting to the advertiser that they tatc the advertisement in The Iola Kehi-teh. "This is a Nation," says thn Chicago Times. "D liatiou," says the Okulo na Slates. The Kansas City. Tiniest thinks Sey mour ami Hendricks is the ticket that will win in 1SS0. The "James Boys" occupy the col umns of the Kansas City papers to the extent of a column or so daily. Logic ! 1 The Iola folks supported Talcott he he was a "home man." They voted against Bowlus because because well, you say. Tola votes for her local candidates to a man. Reflect and lie wise. Interstate. A IVcw Dress. Tiik Register will don a "new dress," in printers parlance, as soon ns it can be received from the foundry. The style wil...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 14 November 1879

pfei . CONSIDER THE RAVENS. lord, according to thy words, 1 have considered thy birds; And I find their life Rood, And better the better understood; Bowing neither corn nor wheat, They have all that they can eat; Beaping no more than they sow. They have all they can stow; Having neither bam nor store, Hungry again, they cat more. Considering, I sec, too, that they Have a busy life, and plenty of play; III the earth they dig their bills deep. And work welt tnoughthey do not neap; Then to nlnv in I he uir thev.are not loth. And their nests between are better than both. But this is when there blow no storms: When berries are plenty In winter, and worms; When their feathers are thick, and oil is enougn To keep the cold out and the rain off ; If there should conic a long, hard frost, Then it looks as thy birds were lost. But I consider further, and find A hungry bird has a free mind ; He Is hungry to-day, not to-morrow; Steals no comfort, no grief doth liorrow; This moment is lib, thy wi...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 14 November 1879

THE IOLA REGISTER. SUPPLEMENT. ITEMS OFINTEREST. l'cmonal ami Literary. Theodore Tilton lias completed a new olunie of poems. Daily bulletins of current events, with lists of hooks pertinent to the sub jects, are hung up in the Hartford Tub lie Library. This is done to encourage the reading of instructive matter. Miss Maud Banks, daughter of Gen. Banks, has made her debut at Brook line, Mass., as an actress in an amateur company. She intends to go on the professional stage. The General was once an actor. Foremost among the promoters of " .spelling reform " in England arc Mr. Vaiiwyngaenlon Bikkers, Mr. Klaassen, Mr. Meiklcjohn, Mr. ragliardini and Dr. Sehmitz, with a Mr. Anting for secretary. They probably feel the need of reform, and it is suggested they begin with their own names. Mr. Longfellow is known as a capi tal raconteur, and now and then tells with great zest a story on himself. A gentleman once remarked about the rudeness of Ituskin, believing it to be apocryphal, w hich ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 14 November 1879

BOOM! BOOM! We read of Booms from Maine to California bat the latest and the great est Boom is to be seen, at HCGLURE'S CASH DRY GOODS STORE -AT- Yates Old Stand Our Fall Stock is now complete. The fine styles good quality and re markably LOW PRICES is the wonder and admi ration of all. Call and see for yourselves and be convinced that we have tlie cheapest and best se lected stock of Bed White and Blue Flannels, Medium and Heavy Canton Flannels, Cassimeres, Jeans, Waterproofs in all colors, Cashmeres s Black Alpacas, Delaines, OF THE LATE STTTIiES. A fall Line of Beaver Cloaks, Also a full line of Ladies, Misses and Childrens Hose, Gloves, Buschings, and Linen Collars and Cuffs, 20 per cent. cJieaper than any other house in the city. We have on hand a fine line of mens and boys Clothing of the la test styles and of the best make. A large stock of Hats. Caps, Gloves, Mits, and Gents Furnishing Goods in which we offer EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS. A full line of Coats' Thread ! always o...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 14 November 1879

THE IQU REGISTER. IOLA, KANSAS A FleaibiUio "Higher Education" of Cooks. What aro some of the things that every cbok5fho 'prepares the food for any family ought to know? Unless the whole rontine,of her work bo hap-haz-ard and unreliable, she should hare in tclligentf and well-defined opinions con ccrningthe relations of food to physical growth, so she can furnish that which is best adapted to the whole household, fit to build up symmetrical and health ful bodies for the children, as well as to give to the mature workers in the family the necessary nutriment tokeep good the balance between supply and demand. The children should not fail to develop properly because of her ig norance of their needs. The father should never give out more strength and vitality in his struggle with the world than she can make good to him as she prepares his daily food. All this implies a practical application of the principles taught in physiology and chemistry, as well as a knowledge of the kind ' and qu...

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. — 21 November 1879

te6: jUurfzu &" i -,-K. -Jtr THE IOLA REGISTER OS i. VOLUME XIII. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 21, 1879. NUMBER 48. If B i M M B .JMM h-r iftc 90b StaiWw. soott's i PUBLISHED EVEBY FBIDAY H.A. PERKINS. Snbscription Price $2.00 per year. RATES OF ADVERTISING. space. I w'k !2 w'k 1 mo.3 mo.G mo.l y. llnch $1 00. $1 ioitsoo; $00 $7 50, 10 S laches..., 3 inches.... M column.. H column.. 1 column... 2 DO sso: 3 50 r, on 2 SO 3 00 7 30! Ill l I JO '0 00! IS 00 30 1 12 00 20 00, 5 5 00, 8 50 8 00j 12 00 03 14 1 00 65 10 00 15 OO! 25 00i 40 00, 63QO 11-0 Local Kotices ten cents per line first to sertlon end five cents per line for each sub sequent insertion. Every description of Plain and Fancy Job Printing done with neatness and dispatch. CHURCH SOCIETIES. rUESBTTEBIAN. Corner Madison Avenue and Western Street. Preaching at 11 a. Tn. nnd 1H p. in. every Sabbath. Sabbath-school at 9:IS a. m. Trayer meeting every Wednesday cvonlng. If you haven't a list of the prajcr meetiug topi...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 21 November 1879

C"SsC"-:"-'rsc ' " THE REGISTER OFPICIAI. PAPER OF COUlfTT. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1879. H.A.PESKINS, . Editor. TERMS : One year. In advance, 9 00 aixmontns, in advance I oo Three mouths, ill advance, 50 53Oitr readers, in replying to adrertitemrntt in Tiik Kf.gistkh, will confer a favor by stating to the advertisers that they saw the adrertitement in The Iola Registeii. Ft. Scott coal is sold from six to nine cents per bushel at Ft. Scott. A cruel Republican exchange thinks the Democratic party needs a Receiver. Jay Gould has bought a controlling interest in the Missouri Pacific railroad. A stern fight is being made upon lotteries of all kinds by the postottlce department. A new paper devoted to the temper- uiitru umeiiuiiicm- is iu uu auinexi uus month at Topeka. During the past thirty days there has been an-unusually long list of dis asters bv land and sea. Horatio Seymour has once more declin ed the honor of being the Democratic candidate for President. "Why would not Hon. John C....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 21 November 1879

lffbit . ' L -aST-. " V "3. WSMMJimgi!? J'TS'T-yTj-"" "t-ji 'W'-"'".$-sigP5r,w'' A SUMMER BEQUIEM. Snirit of Summer Ithon whose honeycdsweets SVer loll fulfillment of their promise fair; Zhou at whose smile Earth's odorous voices To fill with balmy breath the gladdened air; Where are thy songs, thy melodies, thy lays. That cheered our weary hearts and soothed our pain? Silent thy music now, thy songster fled. And nothing but their memories remain; Faded thy blosaoms, nil thy bnds decayed, While hollow winds moan sadly through thy bowers. Tct though thy smiling gardens bloom no We'll not forget the perfume of thy flowers. Gone are thy cloudless days; thy happy skies Are dim and tearful now 'ncath Winter'a frown; Disrobed thy trees as the last dying leaves. From naked boughs come slowly fluttering down. How sad to wander through thy sodden woods, Gray with u brooding mist, damp with decay. Where Summer's leaves lie rotting at our feet, Or by the cliilly blast arc borne away. Now fulnt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 21 November 1879

3.-4&P -- -H' "X- . .. -i4 -- t-w v" ' -Mf' ts v " yyrafc'"! - ' THE IOLA EEGISTEK. SUPPLEMENT. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Personal and Literary. Auerbach is writing his memoirs. Bronson Howard, the American playwright, who is now in London, re ceives $:J,000 a year for the use of his play "Truth" in tho English provinces. George Augustus Sala, the well known writer, is about to start for a four months1 tour in America, for the benefit of his health. "Ottilia's" name is Ilosa de la Rama, and she is the daughter of a Frenchman. She lives in a lo cly ilia about two miles from Florence, where she is surrounded by books, pictures, and what she prizes more than both of these, dogs. Every novel she writes finds a ready market at $7,000. According to the Vienna Ncuc Frcic Prcsse, Bret Harte is not greatly de lighted with his Crcfeld consulate. In fact, he likes Crefeld so little that he has moved his residence to Dusscldorf, and goes to and from his business oflice by rail. Mr. Harte, says the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 21 November 1879

pplipl? TWW XC f.w .aerw itr? BOOM! BOOM! THE REGISTER. FEIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1879. We read of Booms from Maine to California but the latest and the great est Boom is .to be seen at MCC LORE'S NEW CASH DRY 600DS STORE THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER L. L. ft G. R. R. TIME-TABLE. GOING XOBTH. PASSENGER .. 12:03 P. M. FREIGHT. 2:35 p. M. GOING SOUTH. PASSENGER, 4:07 P. M. FREIGHT. .. 1:00 p. u. Close connection made at Kansas City, and through tickets for sale to all East era points. J. E. LOCKWOOD, lien, ilctcet Agent. R. S. Ayres, Local Agt. -AT- Yates Old Stand On?' Fall Stock is now complete. The fine styles good quality and re markably LOW PRICES is the wonder and admi ration of all. Call and see for yourselves and be convinced that we have tJte cheapest and best se lected stock of Bed White and Blue Flannels, Medium and Heavy Canton Flannels, Cassimeres, Jeans, Waterproofs in all colors, Cashmeres 3 Blach Alpacas, Delaines, OF THE- LATJE STYLES. A full Line of Beaver Cloaks, Also a ful...

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. — 21 November 1879

SiHSaSirtlTsslsiass bj, ,., , i , ' 2S!!!w&mihmxmi-m' 'w"WWipwiii"IJ.jj 'jpiaBiMy--- - rftfe ST" " ''1!L',wJyMBgs'-1J'''''1 'iy-'J THE IOLA REGISTER. IOLA, t KANSAS GENERAL BREVITIES., A. beer contest was a feature of a charitable fair at Fort "Wajno, Intl., each purchaser of a glass voting for his avoritc brewer. The late Mrs. Angelina Griniko Wold left a paper in which sho said, " 1 have purposely selected my old clothes to bo buried in that my good ones may lie given to the poof, that they maj do them good after I am gone." A man at Bloomington, Ind., has for several years believed that he was a dog. The people did not object, as long as ho confined his demonstrations to barking at those who passed his house, but when he began to bile-them, they locked him up. SiGxon DaiuoMezzei, stenographer to the Italian Senate, has invented a machine which claims to reproduce a speech in the ordinary printed charac ters as rapidly as it is spoken, a word of several syllables being recorde...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 28 November 1879

EBaeaarecsaz THE IOLA REGISTER A-c ' ' . VOLUME XIII. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 28, 1879. NUMBER 49. fo jfola fUgfcttf. PUBLISHED EVEBY 7BIDAT BT H. A. PERKINS. Subscription Price $2.00 per year. KATES OF ADVERTISING. space. lw'k'Sw'kUnio.3mo.;r.nio.ly. llneh $1 oo $1 .'0i93OOoo J7m;io 2 00 2 50' 4 JO: 7 0 10 0 15 2 Inches.... 3 inches.... X column.. K column.. 1 column. .. s ou .i mil mil ii iv. la uu; ?' 3 50 5 00 S 50 12 00 20 00, Si C 00 8 00 12 00 25 01 4 00' d 10 O0! 15 00 2i 00, 40 00 C5 00 H 0 Locai. Notices ten cents per lino first In sertion and live cents per line for each sub sequent Insertion. Every description of Plain and Fancy Job Printing done with neatness and dispatch. CHURCH SOCIETIES. PRESBYTEBIAK. Corner Madison Avcnuo and 'Western Street. Preaching at 11 a. in. and 7X P- ni. every Sabbath. Sahbnth-sclioolat'J:4? a. in. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening. If you haven't a list of the prayer meeting topics, ask the leader for one. Strangers are we...

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. — 28 November 1879

iqpKf'RTtfifppi:. " jUi,!iSfi;Wi THE REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER' OF COTTHTY. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1879. H.A.PSESINS, - - - - Editor. TEKMS : One year, in advance, (- 00 Six months, in advance, 1 00 Three months, in advance .... 50 J30ur readers, in replying to advertisements in Tins Keuisteb, will confer a favor by stating to the advertisers that they saw the advertitement in TlIK IOLA REGISTER. Gath thinks Tilden it, worth $20,000, 000. There are 674 convicts in the State Penitentiary. The Manhattan Nationalist does not believe in the Grant boom. Neosho Falls has granted saloon license to Strosnider, of Humboldt. Ex-Seuator Ramsey, of Minnesota, will succeed Judge McCrary as Secretary of War. The Oakaloiwa Independent favors the anti-grog amendment to the Constitution of Kansas. A post office with the unpleasant name of "Dun," has been established in Wil son county. A strong effort is to be made to have the Indians transferred to the care of the military department. The division headq...

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 November 1879

-0 ?"S5 "' v ,fi J-i &.? THE IOLA EEGISTEK. SUPPLEMENT. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Personal mod Literary. " The Trumpet Major " is the title of Thomas Hardy's new novel. Lydia Maria Child is now 77 years old, and lives at her old home in Way land, Mass. Charles Readc has made $175,000 by his writings, and he has an income of 7,000. A new edition of the works of Ivan Tourgneneff, in 10 volumes, has just ap peared in Russia. The first number of the Aurora daily newspaper, planned and issued by the Vatican, will appear the first of January next, as a more authoritative exponent of the Pope's views than the existing clerical newspaper. Bayard Taylor was named after James A. Bayard of Delaware, grandfa ther of the present Senator. Air. Sted man is authority for the statement that he prefixed the initial "J" in signing lus youthful pieces, " thinking it would look better." On Ids twenty-hrst birth day Taylor resumed his original signa ture, "Bayard," without any "J," which he never changed. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 28 November 1879

SSSrf r- rfl-r5- A COUNTRY THANKSGIVING SER MON. Ay, goodman, close tho great barn door; The mellow harvest time is o'er; The earth lias given her treasures meet Of golden corn and bearded w heat. You and your neighbors well have wrought, And of the summer's Ixninty caught. Won from her smiles and from tears Much goods, perhaps, for many years. You come a tribute now to pay And bells proclaim Thanksgling Day. "Well have you sown, well have you reaped; And of the riches you liavo have heaped. You think, perhaps, that you will gh e A part, that others, too, may 1I e. lint if such argument you use. Your niggard bounty I refuse. No gifts you on the altar lay. In any sense are given aw ay. Lo! rings from beaven a voice abroad: " Who helps God's poor doth lend the Lord." What is your wealth? He'd have you know To hold ft, ou must let it go. Think j on the hand of Heaven struck cold Will yet have power to clutch its gold? Shroud-, have no pockets, do they say? Heboid ! 1 show J ou then the...

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 November 1879

BOOM! BOOM! We read of Booms from, Maine to California but the latest and tlie great est Boom isijO be seen at ICGLDRE'S NEW CASH DRY GOODS STORE THE REGISTER. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1879. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY FAPER L. L. & G. R. R. TIME-TABLE. QOIXG XOUTU. PASSENGER ..12:03 P. M. FREIGHT. 2:35 P. M. GOIKU SOUTH. PASSENGER 4:07 P. M. FREIGHT. 1:00 P. si. Close connection made at Kansas Cit v. and through tickets for sale to all East era points. o. r. luuivhuuu, Gen. Ticket Agent, R. S. Aybes, Local Agt. -AT- Yates Old Stand Onr Fall Stock is now complete. The fine styles good quality and re markably LOW PRICES is the wonder and admi ration of all. Call and see for yourselves and be convinced that we have tlie cheapest and best se lected stock of Bed White and Blue Flannels, Medium and Heavy Canton Flannels, Cassimeres, Jeans, Waterproofs in all colors. Cashmeres, Black Alpacas, Delaines, OF TIIE- LATE STYLES. Corn is coming in. Mechanics all busy. Rainy weather again I Prof. Barnes...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 28 November 1879

..wpnipyiY,, THE IOLA REGISTER. IOLA, : KANSAS GENERAL BREVITIES. "Women have been admitted to the bar in eight States. One jeweler in San Francisco sold 2G,000 worth of jewels to be worn at the bharon reception to General ixrant A ladv dentist in Berlin has charge of t lie teeth of the children of the Urown Trinec, and number of lady physicians rank high in European circles. Tiie proprietor of a popular Boston dining saloon has included a fine piano among his furnishings, and a good player gives a recital while the guests are taking their regular meals. Tom Pkatei:, a moonshiner, was trapped upon a sham bridge by Govern ment officers, in Elliott County, Ivy., and fell headlong over a cliff 65 feet, lie seized the branches of a hemlock at the foot of the cliff and by thus breaking the iall saved his lite. A curious calculation has been made by a Continental statistician as to the amount drawn by various sovereigns from the civil list. According to this it appears that the Czar has 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 5 December 1879

I rji K THE IOL A REGISTER. T -. JTktt. - f&jr- jjMr - a VOLUME XIII. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, DECEMBER 5, 1879. NUMBER 50. Presmts Messaie Fcllnw-Citizcns of the Senate and House of ltepresentatives. Thememlters of tho FoK)-slxth Congress have as cmblcd in their first regular session under circumstances colling for mutual con gratul ltious and grateful acknowledgment to the Gixcrof all good for the largo and un usual measure of X itional prospent) which wl nmnnim. Tho nmst liiin.iiti tnni. which hue occurred in our public nffiirs since my list annual message to Coiiitcss aro connected with the financial operations of the Government directl) ntrecting the bust- which hue occurred in our public nffiirs ness interests of the countrj I con- n(Im''""iiie prtblims and abuses in gratulate Congress on the successful cxeiu various particulars nnlagous to those prc tionof thn I.iiimiiiriM in t iHh.itmiiii.i rented in this count n. nn 1 th it in remit midinltiimnnncrcontemplitodb) I uv...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 5 December 1879

THE REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1879. H. A. PERKINS, - - - - Editor. TEEMS Onevcar, in advance Si months, in advance,..., Three months, in advance,. ..$2 CI .. 1 00 VJrOurrcaderi, in replying to adverlittmentt ta Tne Kecisteb, mill confer a favor by tlaling to the advertixen that they taw the advertucmeat in The Iola Uegisteb. CRUMBS SWEPT UP. The labor notation In Ireland still continues. Gen. Jefferson C. Davis died at Chicago Sun day last. Revenue tariff will be agitated in the early days or Congress. Chauute was visited by Are, losing a dwelling house, last week. Agitation for a protective tariff is rapidly spreading throughout France. Our horse-loving Presidents have been "Wash ington, Jefferson, Jackson and Grant. The scarlet fever has been declared epidemic )y the authorities of Spriufield, Illinois. Thos. A. Hendricks, of Indiana, is the choice at the Chanute Democrat for President i u 1SS0. The proposition to oien the Indian Territory will engage ...

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