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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 10 February 1877

.amnwusMBtii.; ) Qt&bu j4UtrL& Uf .- i Ha 3at W Pit. KS. 3s w J J ftfe iilE iffiHryifli ti::AfiJi rf- ll -2ginG 5-f:q3('ii 3Jbl-'A '"C . sW iJ ; m j IOLA, ALLEN:QOUNTY,:KANSAS, FEBRUARY 10, 1877. NUMBER 7. ii j ,A K , t J'J -r. . .. W T lOTQT'TT'TJ "' M S aW sY 6 . ... ; - CURRENT EVENTS. The United' Stetes SupremeCourtpon the 29th; djOirmedill the 19th of Feb ruary on account of "'tne impending withdrawal of five of the Justices to form the judicial branch of the tripar tltetecfaTCbmmlMionr ' Toe report of the Senate Special Committee, appointed to investigate election matters in Florida, was pre-' sented to the' Senate onthe 29tK The conclualdrTamved at by the Committee is that the Hayes Electors have a legal majority of 103, as ascertained and pub lished by the'State' Canvassing Board. The" Committee believe that the finding "of tne Board is conclusive and can not bejvisedbya jrecanvass, or reached by a writ of quo warranto, because the Electors are fundus officio, or rev...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 10 February 1877

- 1 "THE'REeiSTER PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORKINO. INCKUSOLL & PEKKTXS. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTTE, KANSAS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUHTY. TDDUa T if - One year, in advance $2 00 Six months, in advance 1 JO Three months, in advance, SO SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1877. G. D. Inoeksoix, Editor H..A. Perkins, Local .Editor. CANNOT GO BEHIND THE RETURNS. The Electoral Commission last Wednes day reached a decision on the most im nnrf ant tmint in the Florida case. After a full hearing of the arguments oo both milpB. it was determined by a vote of eight to seven that "no evidence would be received or considered by the Com mission, wbicn was not submitted to the joint convention of the two houses by the President of the Senate with differ ent certificates, except such as relates to tbe eligibility of F. C. Humphreys, one of the electors." The vote stood as fol lows: Yeas Bradley, Miller, Strong, Edmunds, Frelinghoren, Morton, Gar field, Hoar. Nays : Clifford, Field, Bay ard, Thurman, Abbott, Hunton, P...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 10 February 1877

raarr-rsmoKa X L .v , -riw W ---. t . THE REGISTER: SATURDAY, FEBRUAE1 THE OFFICIAL, COUNTY PAPER S.. L. & C. R. R. TIME-TABLE. GOIHO 2TOBTH. PASSENGER 9:58 a. M. FREIGHT. 12:16 p. M. GOIHU 80UTH. PASSENGER. 5:20 p.m. FREIGHT. 2:10 P. u. Missouri Gang Plow, Complete, two 10 inch plows, $Jjf cash, at GRANGE STORE. King of Sulky Plows.- 16 inch plow with Cas tor Coulter $50.00. One half cash, Balance Sept. 1st, 1877. at GRANGE STORE. Star Corn Planter. Warranted equal to the best, $50.00. One-half June 1st, balance Sept. 1st, 1877. at GRANGE STORE. THERE IS-NO ARTICLE LIKE IT TO CLEANSE AND RESTORE. Wood 'a IiirnovED Haib Eestorativx is un like any other and has no equal. The Improved has new vegetable tonic properties; restores gray juur 10 a giossy, natural color; restores iaaea, dry, harsh and falling hair;; restores, dresses, gives vigor to the hair; restores hair to prema turely bald heads; removes dandruff, humors, acaly eruptions; removes irritation, itching and scaly dryne...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 10 February 1877

fl -W -Xf--- uMtex.amrca I i-1 f l V - The Bctnrntng Board of Lonlslasa From tbe Washington Republic The Returning Board of Louisiana, under the laws of the titate, wacIothed with the power ot rejecting such' parishes as was controlled by violence or fraud. The only question to be determined Is, did the Board reject any votes without good reason for so doing? To answer this question correctly we must examine the evidence upon which Um Hoard. acted. tThls-evidence shows a condition of -affaire in certain parishes dU ftracetutto'tne Nation, and a biot upon our civilization'." We have, but to apply" the fame; method of securing .majorities to Northern communities to' fully understand the situation in Louisiana. Imagine a county or a congressional -district bo eon trolled by the rifle policy .that a Republican was continually in 'danger of his life be cause of his opinfonU '' sake'. Imagine armed bands of Democrats riding around, both day and night, threatening, whip ping, killing Repub...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 17 February 1877

S5r- SteJKoW $f .W; -V -..a ag- -s? , . , . W .rft.rr-: THE REGISTER :?Sv fT MUt -, YOLTJME XI. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, FEBRUARY 17, 1877. NUMBER 8. r-T" '- IOLA I ' J CURRENT EVENTS. The Cedar Rapids and Missouri Rail road Company have commenced suite to dispossess many of the farmers of Woodbury, Monona, Ida, Crawford, and Sac Counties, Iowa, of their lands by the galvanization of an obsolete land-grant. Midhit Pasha, Grand Vizier.has been deposed by the Sultan and banished from Turkey. It is rumored that he was implicated in a conspiracy to over throw the Sultan and proclaim himself Dictator. The Democrats claim to have discov ered another ineligible Elector in the person of Mr. George D. Chaffee, of Shelbyville, 111., who was appointed United States Commissioner in 1868, and it is said has never resigned. He was a member of the Illinois Electoral College and cast his vote for Hayes and Wheeler. The British Parliament was opened on the 8th, by Her Majesty in person. In her sp...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 17 February 1877

w4f ? Cfo-W ' . j , ut;)i -v-.fTNi . ct THE REGISTER PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY UOKStSQ. BT IXGERSOLL & PERKINS. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COURTS'. TERMS : One year. In advance - 00 Six months, in advance, 1 UO Three months. In advance M SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1877. G. D. Ingersoll, Editor H. A. rERKINS, uucai xaiikk, Chanute proposes to vote $10,000 in bonds to aid in building a narrow-gauge railroad west from that place. Sam. Wood was elected Speaker of the House last week to fill the va cancy occasioned by the resignation of Hon. P. P. Elder. The elevators at Kansas City are all full of corn, and have .given notice that tlinv cannot receive any more. Trans ferring is now done on the track. It is now s-iid that Mr. Tilden's mind has been seriously impaired by the ex citement consequent upon the unsettled condition of the Presidential question. -.--. i The Democrats seem to have very suddenly lost faith jii the Electoral Com mission." Wonder if the decision in...

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. — 17 February 1877

'-mhWnr2 AVIl' " ' THE REGISTER. 8ATUBDAY, FEBRUABTT 17 1877, THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER - L. L. 4 G. R. R. TIME-TABLE. 'OOUfOHOBTH. - PAS8ENGER..J -....?.....' ft68'A.'M. FBEIQHT. 12:15 p. x. QOTSQ SOUTH. PAS8ENGER... ...... 5:20 p.m. FBEIQHT. 2:10 P. Ji. ' At less than cost -to close out? -.-- $2.00 Felt Skirts re duced to $1.50. si.ou jeect starts re duced to $1.00. At YATES. A Large Stock Rem nant Dress Goods at halfl what they cost, At YATES. IF YOU want to cut a Dress Pat tern, Basque, Over skirt, Polonaise, or any other Garment, buy a Butter- zck Pattern At YATES. ... i i .1. THERE IS NO ARTICLE LIKE IT TO CLEANSE AND RESTORE Wood's Ijjpbovkd IIaih Bestokattvx u un like any other and has no equal. The Improved iiaa new vegetable ionic properties; restores gray hair to a closer, natural color; restores laded, dry, harsh and tailing hair;; restores, dresses, gives vigor to the hair; restores hair to prema turely bald heads; removes dandruff, humors, scaly eruptions; removes irri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 17 February 1877

GENERAL BREYTTIE8. HowlandBall is an auctioneer in New York. A smoked ham weighing 112 pounds was exhibited in a store at Memphis, Term., a few days ago. The pig from which it had been cut weighed 1,110 pounds, and had been raised by a plant er in Mississippi. Tbet are boring a tunnel mine through the very backbone of the Bocky Mountains, and find good are at a depth from tho topmost point greater than has been attained by any other mine in this country. At Clapham Junction, near London, no less than 952 trains pass daily, their rate of succession during the busiest part of the day being 75 trains per hour, or one every 48 seconds. At this point their are 13 lines of railway, and one .alone has 35 "points" or switches, with thirty interlocking signals, all con trolled from a single " box." At a Paris masquerade ball a bier was brought in by a procession of peo ple, who, leaving tho candles, walked solemnly out. The masqueraders chaf fed the man who was lying on the bier, and one, mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 24 February 1877

""'- wwrorT '-'" " ' '"""," w ' li".,"iiipB)ipwiiH5 .y- vA . 71 , J .4 ,ti - w,1 'jw jjw ffjwtfim""'iwu"i i-WJl1' '"J !3 -- t: z u ' " i , n .Trrv J ,H - Ihiv win - "-O i VOLUME XI. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY,. KANSAS, FEBRUARY 24, 1877. NUMBER 9. s3fBflMPRiiWWEBBBiHHHBR7fflHH!lBSHraHSBHH3I'tB .ippif im.wupisB" r . " riy" T fi -" - VEf 3 v-3?- - - THE I I 1 m& I. I Ji IP I 1 1 n I B tH MIF $ r. .M M$mW TSV 1 $ kbAW J- mmamj W mmim mmm ( ) v gEttQ xvxrriD JDiti. 'I.'. 1 ( 1. f 'r 1 CURRENT EVENTS. .The Senate has recently confirmed the following nominations: R. A. Watts, United States Attorney for Wyoming Territory; L P. Luckey, Sec retary of the Territory of Utah; Jno. Young.Indian Agent, Blackf eet Agency, Montana; A. W. Brigham', Indian Agent, Whitestone Agency, Neb. ; J. R. G. Pitkin, United States Marshal of Louisiana; J. B. Keefer, United States Army Paymaster, rank of Major. m The Department of the Interior has received certificates of the completion of a 50-mile section of the So...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 24 February 1877

-V THE REGISTER PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY HORNING.. BT IXGESSOI.L a. FERJBX3. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY; KANSAS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COTTHTT. teems: One year, in advance, ......at 00 Six months, iu advance 100 Three month?, in advance, SO SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1877. G. D. Ingkrsolt,, Editor H. A. Perkins, Local Editor. Coffey County voted last week to issue 85.000 in bonds to aid in the ex tension of the Williarasbnrg Railroad to Burlington. Rear-admiral Goldsborough, of the United States Navy, died at Wash iugton last Tuesday morning. This is the sixth death among officers of thia rank is our nary- that has occurred in the last five weeks. Tax Kansas City Timrn makes a spec ialty of referring to Senator Plumb as "the hero ot the Quant rell Raid." The Timet should not harbor a grudge against Plumb for that. Had he succeeded in annihilating Quantrell's gang, there might not have been a man of the -Tima force left" to see this day. Troy Chief. A FIRE at East St. Louis last Tuesday damaged the ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 24 February 1877

re W & dJL j?t r,t nc-ms m laTM' if vwiffcotfTM4Twtf- -fcin-i. fJ-MTiTj-prvwiTffcrr?rirr3ny--i XSmEVLaT4 T S 1 I 1:5 It u r4 1.3 A "J THE REGISTER. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24 1877. THE, OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER A large stock Mens' Youths' and Boys' Clothe zn, zn itie Handsomest styles, direct from the Manufacturers, cheap $6.00, $7.50, $8.00, $8.50, $9.00, and $10, At YATES'. A few Felt Shirts left at half-price, At YATES. 8 PAIRS Ladies Heavy Cotton Hose for $1.00 At'YATES. THERE IS NO ARTICLE LIKE IT TO CLEANSE AND RESTORE. Wood's Improved Haw Restorative is un like suy other and has no equal. The Improved ku new vegetable tonic properties; restores my hair to a glossy, natural color; restores failed, dry, harsh and falling hair;; restores, dresses, gives vigor to the hair; restores hair to prema turely bald heads; removes dandruff, humors, scaly eruptions ; removes irritation , itching and scaly dryness. .10 article produces sucn won "Thursday last was the of Washington's birthday. a...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 24 February 1877

s-a - xErrC OEXEUiLBEETlTIES. Toe Chinese of California ose water melon seeds for food, and shipments of thousands of pounds of these novel pro visions are made from one town to another. The Nevada Legislature is about to put a check on the 200 or 300 wild-cat companies, that do a great silver stock business, with no actual capital, by tax ing their multitudinous shares. The elegance of a new gambling sa loon in Nevada is not in harmony with the rude habits of the gamblers, and as each enters he is handed a card on which is printed, " The carpet cost $4 a yard please use the spittoons." The Adams and American Express Companies employ about 8.000 men, 1,900 horses, 1,200 wagons, and nse 3,000 iron safes. Their agents travel more than 100,000 miles daily, or nearly 33,otJU,ooo miles yearly. ' One of the newest attempts to cheat the revenue that has been discovered by the customs officers is the coloring of white sugar a dark brown or yellow. Chemists say that the coloring disap pears ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 3 March 1877

Vi- I LtvtL fruoZZoU s cm. iK W-JF .. ' '3 & ?: i ' :Az 0 cJUl i" ttJ" 7-i .' JfR TOLA REGISTER. -i -V-J VOLUME XL IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, MARCH 3, 1877. NUMBER 10. isv i.-jcj.x1 "M CURRENT EVENTS. A Chicago telegram of the 19th says that & combination ef the distillers of the entire country has been formed for the purpose of pooling their earnings. Their plan is to deposit 10 cents for each gallon of taxable spirits manufac tured, and to divide the sum accruing semi-monthly in proportion to the ca pacity of the several distilleries. It is immaterial whether any still is in ope ration or not, the proprietor receives his proportion of ihis deposit, the same as though hevas running. It is ex pected that iu this way the market price of whisky will be raised to a figure at which distillers can realize a handsome profit. A Washington special to the St. Louis Times, 20th, that in case Gov. Hayes is declared elected by the Electoral Com mission, Gov. Tilden will immediately ins...

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. — 3 March 1877

THE REGISTER PUBLISnED EVERY SATURDAYOKXIXO. BT IXGERSOLT. A'PEUKIXS. J IOLA, ALLEN" COUNTY, KANSAS. LOCAL MATTERS OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. TERMS : Unclear, inadtance 92 00 Six raouthe, in alliance 1 00 Three months, In alliance, - SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1877. G. D. Ingersoll, Editor H. A. Perkins Local Editor. Ward Boblixgame, of-Topeka, has been selected Ty Senator Plumb for Pri vate Secretary. The Legislature still continues in ses sion, and probably will not adjourn until Monday er Tuesday of next week. A party of 229 Sioux Indians from the hostile bauds on Tongue River, sur rendered to Gen. Sheridan at Cheyenne, on the 24th ult. They gave up their arms and 300 penies. At a cabinet meeting held on Tuesday last, the President expressed a determin tion not to'tnterfere with aftairs in Lou isiana and South Carolina, but to leave them to be settled by his successor. The city of Wichita is suffering just now fearfully from the ravages ot that terrible disease, scarlet fever. Consider ab...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 3 March 1877

o' fS fr- K l's , 1 ft i B 1 & . J, ' T' ' w THE REGISTER. SATURDAY, 3IARCH 3, 1877. THE OFFICIAL 'COUNTY PAPER L. L. ft O. R. R. TIME-TABLE. OOIKO NORTH. PASSENGER. 9:58 A. M. FREIGHT. 12:15 P. u. GOING SOUTH. PASSENGER 5:20 p. m. TREIGHT. 2:10 p. M. ADVERTISING RATES. THE following tabic or advertising rates will enable persons wishing to enjoy the advanta ges or our columns, to ascertain for themselves tbe exact coat of any amount of advertising for any length of time. 8FACX lw. 2w. v. 2m. 3m. Cm. lyr. ltnch 100 $150 tiUO $300 $150 66 30 $1000 2 inch ISO 223 3S0 500 IT50 1000 15 00 3 inch 200 300 .0) 700 830 13 00 iOOO 4 inch 2.V) 4 00 650 1000 12 OJ 1730 2300 At Col 330 550 830 120J 1500 2200 3300 MCol C50 1000 1600 2200 2700 300 0000 1 Col 1000 1000 2200 2700 3800 KI00 10000 Local and $iiecial Notices, 10 cents a line. Legal notice) at the rates prescribed by law. 83-Transient and Legal advertisements must be paid for in advance. All letters in relation to business in any w...

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

- -V .J??jX3JXr, 6EXEBAL BREVITIES. It is an old practice in' Cambridge shire, Eneland.villaeesto SDriuklewith chaff the doorstep of -a house belonging w a man suspected ot Dealing ma wue, 'chaff being the result of threshing. Tjjk grasshoppers have gone to China, where a column eight milts long and .a mile wide recently darkened the sky. These .pests and the drouth spoil ed John's crops, and now he is shiver ing with the thermometer below zero. One of the ancient customs in Swed ' isb mnerais is that a tmall looking glass, is placed in the coffin of a spin ster,fco that when the last trump sounds she may be able to look to her hair be forv goiug b. lore the heavenly tri bunal. Advertising is a good thing, but wnen a prominent grocer recently car ried to h funeral an umbrella on which was painted conspicuously the business of his house, and held it over the preacher's head while he read his prayers, the bjgtanders thought be was running the thing into the giound. Flokida, if all rep...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 10 March 1877

" agef.-rTrwftteia. snmtrgitsmMfip ' Ar.V?? --.-gar gy f -ffysf-TTtaagMEaatewt . jgyat T3n38E:v "rT REGISTER. r 4"" ll-itf ! - S"?, VOLUME XI. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, MARCH 10, 1877. NUMBER 11. THE Af-' i-k v yA - lvixtx ftr t Si i U' n i I K ' IV, P it R .Ii I A- CURRENT EVENTS. Some weeks ago the Court-house of Monterey County, at Salinas, Califor nia, was destroyed by fire. Investiga tions since made show that the build ing was fired for the purpose of de stroying the records and covering a de falcation in the Tax Collector's office, amounting to about $90,000. It is proven to a reasonable certainty that most of the money had been gambled off by Wm. Kumsey, Deputy Collector, and that a number of prominent citi zens of Salinas, including certain coun ty officials, had been winning it. Col lector M. A. Castro has resigned, Rum sey is locked up awaiting examination, and several prominent citizens have been arrested for complicity. A terrible tragedy was enactod at Tiffin, Ohio, ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 10 March 1877

i jirr-i "" ""-" THE REGISTER PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. INGERSOLL A FERKIXS. AT IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS. OFFICIAL PAPER OP COUNTY. TERMS : One rear, in advance, W 00 Sir month, iu ndtance 1 00 Tnreeinontli'). in navauce ou SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1877. G. D. Ingersoll Editor H. A.FERKIN8 Uicai itiior. The tax for State purposes this year will be half a' mill less than last. We publish on our fourth page this week, the inauguial address of President Hayes. It ir An able, timely document and has been well received throughout the country. It will well repay a care ful perusal. The Cincinnati Ennquirer accepts the situation thusly : "The Democratic par ty is now apparently in the condition of the old man who lost his wife. The neighbors came in to console and condole with him, and sympathetically inquired if his wife was willing to die. 'Wil ling?' said the old man, 'she was ob leeged to.' " The entire amount of appropriation made by the Legislature which has just adjourned, is a...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 10 March 1877

rrESsg3g"ggg ,r""r srir?H.S3mmvMmL m , uxF't&m&ms!?- rv - jy ii 'Ak-'' i &' ' T - i- o Ifj ; i-lOO Linen Handlwr chiefs, 10 cents each. 50 Lawn Handker chiefs, 8 for 25 cents. Toadies all Silk Hand kerchiefs. 35 cents each. Bargains in all de partments, At YATES. Singer, Wheeler Wil son, Wilson, Grover 8f Baker, Domestic and Howe Sewing. Machine Needles, cheap At YATES'. WONDERS NEVER CEASE. 100 New Jean Suits at $5: 00 each. At YATES'. New Hamburgh Edges Beuutiful Patterns only 10, 12, 15, and 20 cent per yard, At YATES. CHEMISTRY HAS DISCOVERED AT LAST WHAT EVERYBODY WANTS. Wood's Improved IIaiu IIeotouative is un like any other unci tuts no equal. I lie Improved has new vegetable tonic properties; restored mar hair tn a kI(.-v, natural color; restore faded, dry, liarsli and falling hair;; restore, dnssi'i, gives vigor to the hair; restores hair to prema turely bald heads; removes dandruff, humors, scaly eruptions; removes irritation, itching ami caly lioness. No artic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 10 March 1877

THE ELECTORAL COMMISSION. Feb 26 The Electoral Commission re assembled at 630, immediately after the two houses separated, all the members present; Mr. Kernan, successor to Senator Tburman, taking his seat lor the first time. The papers relerred to the Commission by the twohouees in Joint ses sion were read by the Secretary. In response to an inquiry as to who appeared as objectors, Mr. Hunt announced that Mr. Cochrane and himself would appear as objectors to certificate vn i maves Electors). Mr. Lawrence said Senator Christiancy and himself would appear for the objectors to certificate No. 2 (the Tilden IectorJ . linout runner acuua tuc uuuiuus Bion adjourned till to-morrow. Fib. 27. The Electoral Commission met at 10 o'clock. Mr. Hard briefly submitted reasons why the Commission should reject the Hayes certificate (So. 1) from South Carolina thit the presence or United states troops in mo State at the time of the election was calculated to over wc and influence voters, and did hav...

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