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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 6 January 1877

lc. XUJLfcl jpafrssazss-.,. jwsf-w-toio;. MHUS JjN$b- & IOL A REGISTER - , -v i '7 v fl P VOLUME XI. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, JANUARY 6, 1877. NUMBER 2. THE i- . CURRENT EVENTS. The Florida muddle was still- far ther complicated, on the 27th, by the action of the members of the Returning Board in recanvassine: the votes in compliance with the order of the State supreme Uourt. According to the re port sent by the Associated Press, Attorney-General Cocke, onebf the mem bers of the Board, "pro rceeded to 'act alone on that day, the other two members at first refusing, as is alleged, to obey the mandate of the Court. His count gave Drew 497 majority, and the Tilden Electors 94 majority. Subsequently, on the same day, the other members of the Board agreed to recanvass the vote, and it was done in the presence of the full Board, their count giving Drew a ma jority of 195 and the Hayes Electors a majority of 206. Mr. Coclce filed a protest against the last count, and the whole matte...

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. — 6 January 1877

twsntwric'ss&&im&m2E33m-fyrTirirr Tr -xlaecrizss.trrr-rr - ... . THE REGISTER ITULIjIIED EVE11Y SATUBUAY AIOfiXINO. l.NGKUSOLL & 1XKK1SS. AT IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS. A LlfTLE SEEDED LEGISLATION. OFFICIAL PAPER OP COUNT?. TERMS : One ear, in advance,.., $3 OT Six months, in lulvnuue...... l uo 'Three month?, in advance, , to SATURDAY, JANUARY 6. 1877. G. D. Ingersoll, , Editor J H. A. Tebkiks, Local ixlitor. The United States government has purchased $5,000,000 worth of silver bince October last. The next session of the Kansas Leg islature will convene at Topeka, on Tues day of next week. The population of Kansas City is shown by the Assessor's returns just in, to be 32,736 again of 471 since 1870. Jack McCaix, the murderer of "Wild Bill," has just been tried at Yankton, D. T., nnd sentenced to be hanged pn the first day of March next. Judge Kisoman, Chief Justice of the State Supreme Court, has resigned, and Governor Osborn has appointed Hon. A. it. -Uorton, ot At...

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. — 6 January 1877

a-fcascss . JCCjLtr, yisssCh MJLjd,CuLhl If jp p vk 4 THE REGISTER. SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1877. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER ADVERTISING. RATES. TIIE following table of advertising rates will enable persons wiahingto enjoy the advanta ges of our columns, to ttsiTA-rtniii mr thmft.lrii the exact cost of aujr amount of adTertising for muy icngwoi time. space lw. 2w. 4w. 2m. 3m. 6m. lyr. llneh 8100 9160 9200 $300 $150 $050 $1000 '-'inch 150 223 3M 500 GSO 1000 1.100 Slnth 200 300 501 70) -S50 130(1 2000 Inch 250 400 CM 100U 1200 1750 2500 KCol 350 550 850 1200 15 00 2200 3300 ,'iCol G50 10 00 10002200 2700 3800 0000 1 Col 10 00 10 00 2200 2700 3800 6300 100 00 Local anil Sjiecial Notices, 10 cents a line. Legal notices at the rates prescribed by law. Q-Transient and -Legal advertisements must dc paiu ior in auvancc. All letters in relation to business in anr wav connected with the office should be addressed to toe rublisncrs and Proprietors, IXUEUSOIX PERKINS. NEWSPAPER LAWS. Any person ta...

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. — 6 January 1877

GENERAL. BREYITIES. v Sixty thousand Philadelphia fami lies, it is said, will soon break up house keeping and return their Centennial visits. Florida has a young lady named Neuralgia. Her mother found the name on a medicine bottle, and was capti vated with it. A man at Keokuk has cut out and pasted iu a scrap-book accounts of 1,100 different boiler explosions, and now he wants to sell tne collection lor $ouu. It is remarked as a little singular b I a student 01 isibiical paintings tnat ai the patriarchs aro represented as being bald. It should bo remembered, how ever, that most of them married young, New Hampshire is the onlv State that requires its Governors and legisla tors to be Protestants, and its Consti tutional Convention, now in session, recommends the abolition of the reli gious test. In Springfield, Mass., tramps who get lodging and breakfast at tne city's tx pensc are put to work in the streets four hours next day. One morning 15 of a party ot 20 Drone ana ran, tnus escap...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 13 January 1877

y2CUa AejutfTT. iii kiiy o: THE IOLA REGISTER. -s. ar-"V M f sj 1 C vv" ( VOLUME XI. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY; KANSAS, JANUARY 13, 1877. NUMBER 3. K 1 V t 16, r L--7 BER ANSWER. All day long the held my question . , In her heart: Shunned my eyes that craved an answer. Touched my hand in good-night greeting, ' .. ,. . Itosier grew Should! leave to-morrow?-ear)yf .. . ,, Then adieu 1 Bent her head In farewell courteous. . ... Onward passed. While a coldhand gripped my heart-strings, SUll I waited, sill! I llstened:UeW " UU- . . . , All mr soul Trembled in the eyes that watched her ,. ... . . . At ehe stole Up the stairs with measured footsteps. . , , . But ihe turned Where a lamp in brazen brackrt ,- .. . ...... BrigU'JyUurned, Showed me all the glinting i ipples Of her hair, VcUed her eyes in violet shadows ,. "Glimmered where Curved her mouth in soft compliance . As she bent Toward me from the ducky railing Where she lent. Ah, my love! One white hand wanders To her hair. Slowly lifts tho ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 13 January 1877

11 if THE REGISTER PUBLISHED EYEBY SATUBDAY M0BNINU INGEKSOLL 4 FEKKIXS. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. TEEMS : Onevear, in advance, 9i 00 Six months, in advance, 1 00 Three months, in advance, ou FROM WASHINGTON TERRITORY. SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1877 G. D. Ikgebsoll, Editor H. A. PEEKIN8,..- Local Editor. A sister of Mr. J. C. Mann, of Cha nute, was among those lost at the Ashta bula disaster. The railroad bridge on the L., L. & G., across the INoosho River near, Cha nuto was rebuilt last week. The Governor's message was delivered Thursday, but we did recieve in in time for comment or publication this week. The Bennett-May duel does not seem to have amounted to much. The latest reports would seem to indicats that nei ther was injured. The winter term of the Kansas State Agricultural College opened Thursday, January 4th, and will close Wednesday, May 23d, 1877. The harbor of Baltimore is closed by ice 12 inches thick, and for the first time in the history o...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 13 January 1877

yQiCL ut4r?2r!-4 wt-'aybr & E i- I i-S W Is 9 ; i K ! ( ) i- .5, THE REGISTER. SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1877. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER L. L. & G. R. R. TIME-TABLE. GOIXG XOETH. Jf ABSEKGER 9;58 A. M. JFRE1GHT. 12:15 p. M. GOIXG SOUTH. PASSENGER. 5:20 p. m. FREIGHT. 2:10 p. m. -A SPLENDID HAIR DRESSING AND RESTORER COMBINED. JTOOD'8 IjIFBOVED IlAin liEjTOKATIVE 18 un like any other and ha no equal. The Improved has new vegetable tonic properties; restores jjray hair to a gloss y, natural color; restores railed, dry, handi and railing hair;; restores, dresees. gives vigor to the hair; restores liair to prema- iuicij uam ueaus; removes uanurun. Humors, scaly eruptions; removes irritation, itching and scaly dryness. So article produces Mich won derful effects. Try it, call for Wood's Improved liair Uestoratire, and don't be put off with any tther article. Sold by all druggieta in this place and dealers every w here. Trade supplied at man ufacturers' prices by C. A Cook & Co., ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 13 January 1877

CURRENT EVENTS. The public debt statement for Janua ry 1 shows an increase during the pre ceding month of $3,585,742. The to tal debt, less $137,001,278 cash in Treasury, was $2,089,336,099. Mr. D. L. Moody has published a card, requesting that penny collections bo taken up in erery Sunday-school in this country on Sunday, Jan. 14, for the benefit of the two orphan sons of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Bliss, who were killed in the Ashtabula disaster. Chicago has already raised a fund of $10,000 for that purpose. Gen. Crook's command disbanded at Fort Fetterman on the 29th ult., the severity of the weather and the scatter ing of the hostiles having rendered it useless to attempt any further cam paigning this season. Crazy Horse and band are believed to be on the Little Missouri. Gen. Crook expresses the opinion that the- hostiles are so badly demoralized that it will be an easy mat ter to subdue them entirely next season. Mr. William A. Wheeler, in a recent interview with a New York Herald cor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 20 January 1877

- ner,-'V-'' jtdoJXi OJiAnfX Aouytr THE TOLA REGISTER if,!ii "5 ,a JU VOLUME XI. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, JANUAEY 20, 1877. NUMBER 4. I . .t CURRENT EVENTS. The President, in another interview with a press reporter on the 8th, de clared very fully his plans and purposes regarding the Presidential situation now and the inauguration of the President on the 4th of March. He deprecated the Democratic meetings that .had been held and the violent language that had been used, especially at the one in Washington, and he feared that these assemblages had a revolutionary tendency. He declared that "he had made every arrangement to protect the public buildings and treasure of the Government at the National Capital, and was empowered to declare martial law there if necessary. As to the pos sibility that there might be two inaugu rations, he said that the only legal oae must be held in the District of Columbia, and any one assuming authority elsewhere as President would commit a usurpation an...

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. — 20 January 1877

THE REGISTER PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MOBNING. INGERSOLL l'EIUONS. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS. COUNTY CLERK'S REPORT. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTS'. TERMS : " One rear, in advance 00 hiv months, in advance, 1 00 Three months, in advance,... 50 SATURDAY, JANUARY 20. 1877, G. D. Ingersoll, Editor H. A. Perkins, Local Editor. The thermometer marked 12 degrees below zero at Kansas City Tuesday morning. - Tnn funeral of the unrecognized remains of the victims of the Ashtabula disaster took place yesterday. The situation in Louisiana remains unchanged, and there is no present pros pect of an armed collision between the contending parties. TnE latest European advices say that the Porte now seems inclined to accept the conditions of the plan submitted by the conference of powers, and that it is probable" peace will be preserved. Late despatches from Chicago report the snow two feet deep in that city, and travel on the different railways leading to and from there, much impeded by the deep snow a...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 20 January 1877

'-' - - - - -?-"-" t "-" n --- -- n t-Tfn r.a5 f- - 1 . . J , ! earns eteaheMSk .H-to. -. Ifc t-"fclfc- r-i lii ! . -- r.j- r Sfc -- -- . . - "- - ----- i-.rr T- i , i , - -frrnil IIWIII I .-T T I III V " ; ' i ) 'V .- I; t la 1 THE REGISTER; SATURDAY, JANUARY JO, 1877. THE aFFKaAL. COUNTY PAPER ADVERTISING RATES. TIIE following table of advertising rates will . cumuc inuoa wuuuvgtoeiijuy lite advanta ges of onroelamns. to ascertain fur ti-.-miTM the exact cost of any aruoant ef advertising for stac- Iw. Jw. 4w. 2m. 3m. cm. Ijt. -inch sioo-siaovioo woo ww eao aiooo 2 inch ISO 325 3S0 4 00 50 1000 1500 dtnen IW 300 -01 7 00 850 1300 2000 4 Inch 8 50 IN 650 1000 120U 17 50 2500 XCol 350 550 850 1.03 II 00 .300 3500 JSCol 650 1000 16C8 2.80 -70 3.09 WOO ft Col 1000 1800 3-00 -7 00 3800 000 10000 Local andSpecial Notices, 10 cents a line. Legal notices at the rates prescribed bj- law. KTranaicnt anil Legal advertisements must be paid for la advance. All letters in relation to business i...

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 January 1877

k nirt. -mm sinTVii'V , 4 fiOT.AHTHONY'SIHAnGEAL. To the Legislature: Since ;oar last meeting, abundant harvests have rewarded the tillers or the soil, and remu nerative employment been found at tne hand of in dustry. The cultivated acreage of the State has been greatly increased, with an average and an aggregate yield of crops equal to the most fav ored agricultural sections ef the country. The clouds of doubt and uncertainty following the general business disaster and loss of crops in previous years are rapidly lifting;. Business prudence and economy are surely working an emancipation from the bondage of public and private debt, so universally assumed under the impulse of an unnatural and unsubstantialpros perity following the late war, and, I confidently Deiieve ,w are aoout to enter upon a peri ju in per manent advancement in all that goes to make a State wealthy and its citizens contented. THE POLITICAL SITUATION. The year Just closed has been marked by po litical events of dee...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 27 January 1877

i mr ! i iriirn ns V j i nnTTnanmnmnvimmm ..Ni i iijggwgMiiV" - (a, , ,- '-( . , v lt IOLA REGISTER THE -&.? W" ,T NUMBER 5. VOLUME XI. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, JANUARY 27, 1877. V . lfv A I 5. CURRENT EVENTS. A call for a meeting ot the National Executive Committee of the Inde pendent Greenback party was issued on the 15th by Hon. Moses W. Field, of Detroit, Chairman, to convene at Springfield, III., Tuesday, January 23. The object of the meeting is stated to be the consideration of means required to extend and strengthen the organiza tion of the party and to effect a more active propagation of its principles. The United States Supreme Court has decided that land-grant railroads are not bound to transport trooDS and oroo- erty of the United States free of charge by reason of that fact; that they are only to allow the Government the free use of their tracks in return for grants, and that they are each entitled to com pensation for all such transportation they have performed, ...

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. — 27 January 1877

-- -& -K rt " -T j7 1 THE REGISTER PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. IXGERSOLL & PERKINS. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. s TERMS : - One year, in advance S w .Six months, in advance 1 00 Three month, in advance, SO SATURDAY, JANUARY 27. 1877. G. D. Ingersoll, Editor H. A. Perkins, Local Editor. A railroad train in North Carolina was enow-bound for tbreo days, last week. The terribly severe weather of. the present winter is causing serious loss of stock in the western part of this State and in Eastern Colorado. An action has been cotnineuced in the United States District Court of New York, against Samuel J, Tilden, to re cover the sum of $150,000 due the Gov ernment as income tax. Chas. Collins, Chief Engineer of the Lake Shore Railroad, committed suicide a few days since. It is supposed that he was temporarily insane from anxiety caused by the Ash tab a la disaster. A report is current at Fort Randall, Dakota Territory, that a train of fifteen wagons a...

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 January 1877

wirflWtluuiWJMaJAMU.8aCacs33fl i,"jH1iihi inrlTTI-i nirrr-, i m iw '' u iw?.aj.a. 1 ,".-,r "- -iiy.?w'"ggrinL.lffIT,w,yW,lii'iap TWpnry w h is MV- d' ) m f If J' 1 I THE REGISTER. SATUKDAY, JANUARY 27, 1877. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER L.L.iQ, R. R. TIME-TABLE. GOING NORTH. PASSENGER 9:58 A. m. FREIGHT. 12:15 r. m. GOING SOUTH.. PASSENGER. 5:20 p. si. FREIGHT. 2:10 p. si. ADVERTISING RATES. THE following table of advertising rates will enable persona wishing to enjoy the advanta ge of our columns, to ascertain lor themselves the exact cost of any amount of advertising for tTxcn lyr. 2xr. 4w. 2in. 3m. 6m. lyr. lineh ! GO-9150 WOO $300.9150 SfioO 91000 15 00 20 00 J5 00 .T)00 Ik) 00 1J0 00 Local and.Special Notices, 10 cents a line. Legal notices at the rates prescribed !y Ian'. K"Tnuisient anil Legal advertisements must be paid for iu advance. All letters in relation to business in any way connected with the office should 1 addrcs-cd to the Publishers and Proprietors. 1NGKKSOU. & P...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 27 January 1877

IftJlW.hTTTt gfTtgHWITi JS- . v("aKiyr;?''jj''irr''' ".: GENERAL BBETEEIE8. The scientific men at Wealeyaa Uni versity are examining a pig recently born, which has a trunk ana generally resembles a baby elephant on a small scale. A dbain on the land of a citizen of North Haven, Conn., recently became closed. An investigation showed that 261 striped snakes had taken winter quarters in it and had caused the J trouble. 'S This season's work of building levees for the reclamation of the islands form ed by the channels of the San Joaquin Biver in California will bring about 100,000 acres of wheat land into condi tion for Cultivation. A bill has been introduced into the New York Legislature authorizing all females above 21 years of age, resident of any incorporated village, they being owners of property therein, to vote upon all questions of raising money by tax in such village. In Spain it is the custom to send a Christmas present to the priest and the doctor. Many Spaniards pay their ph...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 3 February 1877

T-TTi,l,IW,! II I ' " ' N l- tmmmmmmmmatmmfmPSZ , S.1... MlJ .- M .S. -J ajmnaa.iw-fcaw ? ijr' -in i T 7 T'lP- A ?""" r-v- ' rfS wr-v r. 7Qt i --- 4v r T h & km-.. REGISTER. x ain y&LlJME it IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, FEBRUARY 3, 1877. NUMBER 6- s - a 3PtJM lUlA i , l i I li 1 rv -i i t-i m E CURRENT EYENTS. rant, has signified his latention to sL ;n the bill providing for counting the Electoral votes, should, it pass both houses of Congress. Hon. John R. McPherson, Democrat, JTTim been elected United States Senator from New Jersey, in place of Senator Frelinghuysen. Senator Frelinghuysen was a candidate for re-election, bnt was defeated by a majority of one vote on joint ballot. The Electoral bill .passed the Senate ' at 7:10 on the morning of the25tb, after an all-night session, by a vote of 47 yeas to 17 nays. AVith the exception of Senator Eaton, of Connecticut, all those voting nay are Republicans. m Judge David Davis was elected Unit ed States 'Senator from Illinois o...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 3 February 1877

TrrmtmcT ; ..rtip-r,.! -SHll . w. - vsrp HE REGISTER PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. BY I.VGEESOLL A PEBKINS. ' AT IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY; KANSAS. OFnCIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. terms: One year, in advance, Six months, iu advance,.... Three months, in advance,.. .SO0 .. 1 00 .. 30 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1877. G. D. Ingersoll, Editor H. A. Perkins.- Local Editor. SENATOR ELECTED. The deadlock in the Legislature on tbe Senatorial question was finally broken last Wednesday. On the sixteenth bal lot Col. P. W. Blurab received 89 votes, D. P. Lowe, C3; scattering, 11. Col. Plumb is an old resident of Kansas, and an able, honorable man. He will make an excellent Senator without doubt. TI1E ELECTORAL BILL. The so-called Compromise Electoral Bill passed last week was promptly signed by the President, and considerable work has already been accomplished under its provisions. On the part of the Senate the following named gentlemen were elected to represent that body on the Commission: Edmunds, of Vermo...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 3 February 1877

-- will mwriiiiiw""' '" i i irv n MwwwM.-.ja lit I'll I I III f "ill'lf " " ,v J. 'I'- ir-r-T-T" "'- L ? '- I. ( i j . & f J Vi THE REGISTER. SATURDAY, FEBBUABY 8. 1877. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER L. L. O. R. R. TIME-TABLE. oonra north. PASSENGER. 9:58 JL. M. FREIGHT. 12:15 p. if. GOXSU SOCTH. PASSENGER. 5-.20 p. sc. FREIGHT. .. 2:10 p. it. THERE IS NO ARTICLE LIKE IT TO CLEANSE AND RESTORE. Wood's Impboved IIaib Restorative is un like any other and has no equal. The Improved la new regejable tonic properties; restore gray balr to a glossy, natural color; restores faded, dry, harsh and falling hair;; restores, drcMcs, gves vigor to the hair; restore hair to preina rely bsld heads; removes dandruff, humors, scaly eruption; remove irritation, itching and scaly drj ness. No article produces snch won derful euects. Try it, call (or Wood's Improved Hair Restorative, and don't he put off teith any tker article. Sold by all druggists in this place and dealers everywhere. Trade supplied ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 3 February 1877

SftfigTIrf4rirt SjA, iiiinriiwnMiii ii 1 1 iii ii i irn """""' r Ifl INTESTIGATINe THE ELECTIONS. Mississippi. Additional testimony before the commit tee investigating the Mississippi election was given by Representative Lynch, who stated that over 30) Republican ballots were removed from the box in Archer Precinct, and Democratic bal lots Inserted in lieu thereof. A. M. Hardy, ed itor o: the Natchez Ktw South, testified to Demo cratic threats and intimidation, and that be had to leave Natchez for fear of being mobbed. M. L. Howard, colored, of Fayette, Jef fersonConnty, formerly Sheriff and., a, mem--bcr ofithe Legislature, testified to numerous instances of intimidation and threats made by Democrats. The witness left Mississippi four days before the last election, as he con sidered his life in danger, and is still afraid he would be killed should he return to bis home. Mr. Richards, colored, a lawyer of Claiborne County, also testified to acts of intimidation by armed Democrats. W...

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