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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 28 October 1876

. Te "; L fv INC J- 4 I 'AT 4 -- i - H i . j If 1 - 1 'it f Ml , 5: w pp THE REGISTER. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1876. JXHP OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER TO THE PUBLIC 'For our own protection we hereby agree to Air tiish no proof) of publication for any legal adver tisement of any description , published by us , from .and after tliedate hereof, until the costs of such advertising is paid. W. T. McEuior, Publu&tr HumboUU Union. Aixiboj.- A IXKKIX8, Pu&lUhcn The Iola Register. ' Dated Feb'y. 13Ui, 187S. L. L. & G. R. R. TIME-TABLE. GOINO 2TOBTU. PASSENGER 9:48 A. m. FREIGHT. 12:15 p. m. GOIXU BOOTH. PASSENGER. .. 4:10 p. u. FREIGHT. .. 2:00 p. a. TEN CENTS. Canton Flannels, Canton Flannels, Canton Flannels, Canton Flannels, at only 10c. yard. Not cJieap staff, but a good article, at YATES. THE PEOPLE WANT PROOF. There is no medicine prescribed by Physicians or Bold by Druggists, that car ries such evidence of its success and supe rior virtue as Bosbhee's German Sybup for severe coughs...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 28 October 1876

A. rA' --V v j i. if 6EKEBAL BREVITIES. The Mikado of Japan has pat off his heathen garments and struts around in a nobby suit of plaid, like an American swell of the day. A fund of $50,000 has been raised in England to aid Jewish mechanics in Palestine to erect houses outside of Jerusalem, and encourage those who express a desire to follow agricultural pursuits. Most of the exhibitors at the Centen nial have reaped harvests by the sale of their goods. The Turks and the Russians have pretty nearly sold out; the Chinese and Japanese have stuffed their pockets, and the English and French have done well. Our own ex hibitors have not disposed of many ar ticles, but are counting on great profits in the future. The sole male heir of the late James Lick is described as a tall, rawboned man about 50 years of age, with stringy, iron-gray beard and hair, wrinkled, care-worn features and a generally smashed-np appearance. He has gone to uaiiiorma ana will contest the will, and, probably, if su...

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 October 1876

P r?fssnM-llP '1. bj&?SESR&5&8MKKEKF -di-W? n&t. 5. sms i& ,$. X I ! t, 1 - :i . t&u y- P79-S . y tr-jr rs& if" f v c i- & . : br- "l- t -rTwP dUfff ':"iVir .S"LJ VatW!Hain IC" "T c - kU: fetMhlJMIMMi -s.fl mJLmi 4g fiSg?&$ ..J !&AZf In addition to the documents above i riven, in, connection with his state- and Oeory T. to answer Anthony presented cr.ir.by snowing him (D. R.) to ask questions, no." And '',VO'LTJME V.AS AAl" -r"- uui - rf' muster in role as captain of the 17th 'Vv&e - N V- battery, his commission brevet comulisaiuu uiu ljuiiuiauic uiM-uojgc ! from the army, and also a copy of his ' sworn denial to similar charges matle against him some four years ago. I have not deenred it necessary to . print these documents, believing they were not essential to the end soughi in this publication. J. C. Wilson, Chr'mn Rep. State Cen. Com. "yes" or-" KJc while DJU ra making his terms terms too, mat 4 esv Gen. Eager, at Coin: ported' to the ...

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. — 28 October 1876

jg-SflSJJaFff'' -,,5- gggfSifl U r- -r iSi- rrv t . s . r r.. n Ifli y : k. V VM & v ''. . llBEiijjgis" friT;T.r -x.- . -?-j-j?i afr:r: w t.a. .-5.15. wyxe-,; :zv -.? -5v tv1 .; , i " in ' in i i " i i i i n trm m m i n .1 i i i i i m in v i iii'n ! i " w hi ' ji i 'Mil ' whmii mvt ijphii ", -f -- , ' - ,",-i ----. .- --ritTs? - .. . jft jt-i-.Mwf-v . r-.Jiitr:-r. tt Ar.' " .;.? 'S.aw??'--'' w "fiw- ..- 'V"??affrs MMHMMMaMMiMMVMaiiBIMiH ? S- UA e - J. v .- ?; IUJPP, To the Repujblicins of Sansas. i Headquarters Republican State Central Com., Topeka, Kan. Oct. 31, 1876! To the Republicans of Kansas: After the most bitter and unscru- mlous warfare upon Capt. Anthony, tr candidate for Governor, which s ever made upon any-man in the .tory of all the political contests in ansas, and fearing that the utterly laracterless reputation of his tradu srs might not be known to all, it has een thought best to publish the fol lowing supplement. It not only con tains the vindication of Capt. An...

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. — 4 November 1876

fe l!iilHPIiPilRivHHimlimmH . IrP VOLUME X. " ' IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 4, 1876. - NUMBER 45. - -Jfe - i SHD ". , t : i r j r " 7- -SiSs J.1P -k n-r-rr-r'TT-.Tm 1-TTTr-n.Trrri I i l tn . ..-. , I i j t -rr rr-cr t-; tt. rn...1..x n.T.. .UI.I.(n I V1IIV QVlGSirnDPVD CraiTPDI! ffATf ( tlia nmnAr (imo KnfMrnMut PTTWOSITP PltlfltiniL . V$ NUMBER 45. -Z X S"i'V' Jr" 3v K? 7 .. . Ci J- C- i ,w k i. i. ssjil- c -tjs i :iikkh.i h. v h.im ii uuii wu iur xreuurer oi oiam. viz. : i nocecn was resa Df nerr nuuuiau. uis i uuu, vuuia x i wuSt -uu... .ui ujuanuvuu uwv.u. . . r.r.. .. ....,.., f -- , ue. Gen. Eager, at Columbia, S. C, re ported to the War Office on the 23d that every thing was quiet throughout the State. He does not anticipate any trouble of a serious nature, as the pres ence of the military will hare the effect of deterring both parties from making a disturbance." Capt. Lloyd, of the Eighteenth In fantry, U. S. A., who was ordered to the scene of the recent disturbanc...

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. — 4 November 1876

S3ga5g$5gg . mvj?1 .TitV , i'iwf jii i m ii ij 'inT - ii - i i i n -t m in i r -rt -r--mTnrfii- -- --- ..... - ..-, gassaaaggEgggssiss j.ti-" tfetSs'S-'' - W&K - . Kfe: fy w ea. - frr. I3T-V tm l- . -.-1 - rfs & SSvV lL ' 33V r-x. II V ES " fea-v LW la SS. : ST ?, 5? I s- 51 X ix' far s. J . & !5Vv? B&X BS3 l-" I's SSBf. ESS Pfe S? FiS-'""S'?'"- IB- "- Pip 5- zs- ws. S?z"4 w 5U5, rfjti!? -- lK?ftf. BIm3f KArr? ?.. "-5-' . . ssvfjfjnfl sssse kj,,fc Vi.-I .-V it.-fl-HT3 ' THE REGISTER? t W. O. ALLISON. - 'Editor. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1876. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. KEFUBLICAX NOMDf ATIONS. yatlomal Ttett- ros PRxamurr, HUTHEEFOKD B. HAYES. FOB VICE WOtSIDBST, WILLIAM A. WHEELER. State Doctoral Ticket. Elector At Large WfiterL. Simons Elector At large J. B. Johnson Eletcor First District .Thomas Hughes Elector Second District W. A. Johnson Elector Third District K. W. P. Muse iBgiggmPfigi v: rK'w t5.-oF3jjj:iij; jxjLtiC"-..-iir.''J. ..w;. -;-. 5-rtop.-? lun-i'j'it 7jr,...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 4 November 1876

" vU ) ,- i St . J' fe VJ f -v : i- r I t. - .- frr t4 M-r 2V aT fcrf "- ,iir . . assr i t,M vj--.n v iHEegKzss rjjMiyef a '-. .t,?r!.s'L,i;r;3" J..;sg.sg amr j m?s.r - -" vs 'x.t s-, ar '."-., ai"K'.T i't icrr; ituuttwcv" . . "jy?,?Tx?ifc3 MSEBGEREGISTEife; 5?fJBATDBDAY; NOVEMBER J, 1876. THE -OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER NEWSPAPER LAWS. Any person taking m newspaper regularly from .Ike poattsKee, whether directed to nil name or another's, U responsible for the payment. -If a person order his paper discontinued he most pay all arrearage, or the publisher may coattaaeto tend it until the payment Is made, ..aad collect the whole amount, whether the paper to taken from the office or not. The oonrta have decided that refining to take newspapers and periodicals from the postoffloe. or emoring and tearing them uncalled for, la prima evidence of mtentional fraud. Papers may be sent to subscribers until an express order to discontinue is received, and all arrearages are paid as required by law. M...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 4 November 1876

m$?m i&msgsFvm $ m bsSfp '" z ;. av!ti'e3ssfcffi r .-- " ..j-Dcti. t -W . -wr. c . -i-j r-rirL . jt . ' &s? - - - : "s S a. "V" , WTri, . A 5; '- -- " - i.r: . - -s. V ' -.- ssssggsaasgsaassi - wrfStftteKrisW isasw-tTSSSisi. -3 mssssssssmmissmm v -- rr! ''-vssrrt p"rF , - v ' vr-i -w &&i-&&imtt&3&& r-.- "z?:ici "ttftvr3v &rix. s?12tfr.3R?:reAis3 BSFX " - IS Pa j-V"- E. br. &$ E&i P r tii-' v. &. - 7eHr !&&.' irx fe apt vi w:-? -ftE?IJL GENEKiL BSETITIES. Vikqinia Crrr men beguile' the mo ments wnen tne mock uoara is no an session with matching $20 gold pieces. Visitihq cards this season are to vary in size between a circus hand-bill and a street-car ticket. Lucille Western wants $10,000 from the Milwaukee Times for accusing her of being drunk? on the stage. Connecticut isnt going to lose its reputation as a diTorce-graating State, just jet. The Superior Court at Hart ford has just ground out a batch of 24. At Mar's Bluff, S...

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. — 11 November 1876

6 Cc d &mm!& k ,. - Wfi- 4 - o -is - -".-ast-ft -; MriMffNMMkV f M, .iqfaj. REGISTER Mri.H MIT - xKj OTT'fi -w W, r-j. VOLUME X. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 11, 1876. NUMBER 46. tAFFlTTT71 TrkT a !. f 15 5L i K TWO PORTRAITS. Faint me a picture, Hasterl And make It strict and true ; Fat on the cheeks no brighter red , Inthoejcs no deeper blae; Gne to ber form no tatter grate For to each rounded limb The highest lines thine Art can trace Are shadowless ana dim. Color to life ber matchless hair And, if thou mayst, partray The sweetness of those scarlet lips. The smiles that round them play ; Canst thou produce the radiant light - That beams from out ber eyes. Or make more fair, or pure, or bright The soul that in them lies J fashion my Bride, good Pj Inter I Loving and kind, and true, Fair as a wreath of lilies, Sweet as perfume, too. Faint me another picture, as in the years before : Tracing with careful pencil Herself and nothing more . Leave not a single shadow - O...

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. — 11 November 1876

THE REGISTER. AW. Q. ALLISON. - - -' Editor. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1876. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. ALLEN iGOUNTY ELECTION-RETURNS. f FOR 1876. ifc Bes Butleb, the irrepressible, goes to Congress again. Haskell's majority in this Congres sional district will be near 4,000. It is over and we are glad of it, for we are real tired of politics anyhow. Democrats to the fiont. After six teen years of "outs" you take the "ins." In this Centennial year the Centennial State didn't hold the balance-of power. Gen. Sheridan is going buflalo .hunt ing on the plains with Austrians of high sounding titles. The Republicans gained three Repub lican Congressmen in St. Louis. Good enough for Missouri. Hayes could have been elected with out New York, provided he had carried enough other States. The defeated Democrats in Kansas will have unusual good company on their trip up Salt river this fall. The Republicans unless they have gained enough Congressmen to give them a majority in the House will have to...

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. — 11 November 1876

J. V'SST i ... 5- '5SS i Ml it i 1 l A THE REGISTER. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1876. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY HAPER TO THE PUBLIC, For ourown protection we hereby' agree to fur nish no proofs of publication for any legal adver tisement of any description, published by us, from and alter theilate hereof, until the costs of such advertising is paid. W. T. McElhot, PablUktr Humboldt Union. Aixisox & Pkbkixs, PuMuJtert The Iola Register. Dated Feb'y. 19th, 1873. 500 PAIRS Buck Gaunts, Buck Gaunts, Buck Mitts, Buck Mitts, Sheep Gaunts, SJieep Gaunts, at 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00. The cheapest stock Gloves in tlw State, 50 per cent less than you will find them in otlier Houses, At YATES' One Price Cash Dry Goods Store. ' THE PEOPLE WANT PROOF. There is no medicine prescribed by Physicians or sold by Druggists, that car ries such evidence of its success and supe rior virtue as Bosbuee's German Syrup for severe coughs, colds settled on the breast, consumption, or any diseaseof...

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. — 11 November 1876

,Vt8fc-J- eVA" GENERAL BREVITIES. Eugene O'Keefe, a well known To ronto (Ont.) brewer, has fallen heir to an East India estate valued atZ4,uuv 000. Wealthy ladies now have models of their figures made bv French artists. and leave their models with their dress makers. Society is nicely graded in China. Water carriers most bow to fruit sellers, the latter to tin peddlers, the latter to merchants,' and the merchants must bow very low to constables. A kegbo witness in a trial the other day was asked what he was doing in a certain saloon at a certain time. He explained that he had gone there to "change his breff." The explanation was accepted. The territories of Russia in Turkes tan cover 460,000 English square miles, or a space as large as the Austrian Em pire, Germany, and Belgium combined: But the population is only 2,500,000, or less than that of Switzerland. The ether day a man was hung at Tanna-Fort, near Bombay, for a horri ble murder, and made rawer a notable observation in Gujer...

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. — 18 November 1876

!-g.-7r'"7'?S::: J fei-CC J W(f ' f &t,c V f THE TOLA REGISTER 3lleter1 JtV?'r VOLUME X. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 18, 1876. NUMBER 47. . . .... . . ... ,.J.., .- . -" - - - ' '- -. -- cvsa--. !: --. - ,.- -. ,--- - -.w 'y-3.- - i r - . . .,,-,. ;-j ' : "" ' -.t-r--.f ? - w :ii CURRENT EVENTS. An attempt was made on the night of the 7th to despoil the grave of ex-Pres-Ident Lincoln, at Springfield, 111., it is supposed with the intention of carrying off the body and secreting it, with the expectation of securing a large reward for its restitution. Fortunately the ne farious plot was discovered by Mr. Robert Lincoln some days previous to the attempt to put it into execution, and on the night designated Capt. El mer Washburne and a force of officers concealed themselves in the vicinity of the grave for the.purpose of securing the malefactors. At about 9 p. m. four men appeared at the monument, broke into the grated door, tore open the movable sarcopha gus, and partly re...

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. — 18 November 1876

"TTi. fivr nrgyfaaaai THE REGISTER. W.O.ALLISON. ... - Editor. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1876. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. Spain is sending.troops to. Cuba with the hope of crashing out the prolonged and disgraceful contest on tnat isiana. The war cloud in the East is enlarge ing. Bosnia is vigoroaaly preparing for war, and hostilities are liable to be com menced at any time. ffREPUBLicANa generally are feeling confident .that Hayes is elected, while the Democrats are rather gloomy but hare act given up hope. The pedestrian O'Leary raaaatly ac complished at Liverpool the biggest walk on record, walking 502miles in fourteen minutes less than six days. The religious meetings conducted by Moody and 8ankeyat Chicago are in creasing,in interest, and a general revi val is reported in progress throughout the city. ' The chairman of the Republican State Central Committee. J. C. Wilson, left Topeka last Monday for New Orleans. The difficulty in Louisiana will surely be settled now. The great expo...

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. — 18 November 1876

M- K fl it I N i , - r f il i . 11 ' '. ii THE REGISTER. SATUEDAY, NOVEMBER 1876. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER HOLIDAY GOODS. FJ7RSI FURS! FURS! Ladies? Furs, Misses' Furs, ChUdrens Furs, at Special Bargains for Holiday Presents At YATES'. Butterichs Patterns all hinds at Manufac turers' Prices, at YATES. 60 Felt Skirts for 60 cents each. 60cts., 60cts., 60cts., Only 60 Cents. Don't wait if you expect to Jet one At YATES'. Butterichs' Patterns all hinds at Manufac turer's Prices, at YATES'. Don't forget tJie Real Alexandre Kids for La dies, at $1.50, Retail Price everywhere $2. 00, all sizes at YATES.' Butterichs' Patterns all hinds at Manufac turers' Prices, at YATES'. REMNANTS We have a few short lengths in Dress Goods which will sell at a-sacrifice ' YATES. Butterichs' Patterns all hinds at Manufac turers' Prices, At YATES. THIS WEEK Will Display New Black Cashmere, and some lovely New Shades in DeBazes, Rich Holiday Patterns At YATES'. Buttericlts' Patterns all kinds at Manufac tur...

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. — 18 November 1876

hBJ.tt-ii. mi i fm ., -s7f,wfrr'' sr3? rf'' ' "' 6EHEKAL BREYITIES. Aw old resident of MedwsT. Mass., was sent to the poor-house the other week, on the same day was bis somaiu the foundation of a fine house for his own use in the most aristocratic part of the Tillage. A lace pincushion in the Woman's Pavilion at the Centennial, lined with white satin and covered with point gauze lace, required the labor 01 three women for over four months. Some nf the Mechlin lace on exhibition in the same department is so fine that a yard weighs but lour penny weignis. Mks. Ewing, of Jersey City, died re cently from what her attending phy sicians claim to be an attack of hydro- nhobia. In Auffust last. Mrs. Jawing, while playing with a kitten, was bitten in the thumb, the animal's teeth per forating the nail. No evil effects were Ifelt from it until recently. There was not a honey bee in Cali fornia previous to the discovery of the gold mines, and now there is not a lo cality suitable to the indust...

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. — 25 November 1876

! J tt ;i IOLA REGISTER THE VOLUME X. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 25, 1876. NUMBER 48. it- I it .. l! - J, j 4k CURRENT EVENTS. A St. Petersburg dispatch of the 14th says : The Czar has ordered the mobili zation of a part of the Russian army. A circular of Prince Gortschakoff, Rus sian Premier, to Russian representa tives abroad, explaining this measure, says: "The Czar does not wish war, and will, if possible, avoid it. He is, however, determined that the principles of justice which have been recognized as necessary by the whole of Europe shall be carried out in Turkey under an efficacious guarantee." The Centennial Exhibition was open -from May 10 to November 10, 159 days. During that time the paid admissions -were 8,004,325; the free admissions were 1,785,067. Total admissions, 9, 789,392. The total receipts were $3,813,. 749.75. The average daily total ad missions were 61,568. The average daily receipts were $23,935.85. a The tenth annual session of the Na tional Grange...

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. — 25 November 1876

B ""-- mM , $ -"'""-Ti gM. r mans Tnw.iflr.aNi f i THE REGISTER. W. G. ALLISON, - - - Editor. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 186. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. The majority for Haskell over Goodin in this district is 5,270. There were 93 distinct varieties of chickens on exhibition at the Centennial The miscreats who recently attempted to rob fc graveof President Lincoln have been captured. The receivers recently appointed for the Kansas Pacific railroad, Charles S. Greeley and Henry Villard, took posses sion of the road on the 21st inst. The Younger brothers, Jim, Bob and Cole, in their trial in Minnesota, plead guilty to the indictments charging them with murder, and have been sentenced to the penitentiary of .that State for life. The Commonwealth suggests that the Legislature of Kansas this winter gives its patronage to men who are Republi cans, not any of the half and half sort, but full fledged Republicans. A gooo" suggestion.. The December Atlantic in point of abilitv is fully up to the p...

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. — 25 November 1876

I i ! & Si I ; Fr- :-') it ; "I .;; , 9 t -1 ts r v r & 4 THE REGISTER. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1876. JHE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER BAEGAINS. llf yards for one dollar 7 cts. 7 cts. 7 cts. do do do do do do 5000 yards serviceable Flints, not old last sum mer styles, but fresh and new, 14- yards for $1.00 At YATES'. Buttericks' Patterns all kinds at Manufac turers' Prices, at YATES'. 200 pounds Batting at ten cents pound, At YATES'. Buttericks' Patterns all kinds at Manufac turer's Prices, at YATES'. You can find the best all wool filling Jeans m Tola, for 50c. yard, At YATES'. ButtericJis' Patterns all kinds at Manufac turers' Prices, at YATES'. The best bargain in town in Factory Flan nels is the 40c. all wool Plaids, at YATES'. Buttericlis' Patterns all kinds at Manufac turers' Prices, At YATES'. Beads, Gilt, Silvered and Plain Card Board, Zephyrs, Mottoes, and all fancy articles, At YATES'. Buttericlis' Patterns all kinds at Manufac turers' Prices, at YATES'. Ladies' Furs, Miss...

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. — 25 November 1876

-TrTTT" - r-x "Ti ' 1 K GEKEBAL BREVITIES. A moose from Nova Scotia, that can trot a mile in harness in 2 :20, is amus ing the novelty-seefcers in Philadel phia. A monket that can say "papa," "mamma," and "Brazil," is going to the Paris Exposition to vindicate tauar- win. Pine logs sunk in the water at Nan- tucKet bb years ago are so weii pre .served that their "smell of pine" is still distinct. The first dense fog of the season in London occurred on the 25th of Octo ber. Artificial light was necessary throughout the day, street traffic was impeded, and that on the Thames al most entirely stopped after two fatal accidents had occurred. A Boston grocer told a 200-ponnd widow that she could have a barrel of his flour if she would carry it home. To his dismay, the widow yanked" down a barrel, placed it on a wheelbarrow, and started home with it, followed by a noisy crowd. A Kentucky rag-picker lately bought a bundle of scrap wool for 75 cents, and inside he found two mustard-boies cont...

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