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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 17 March 1877

njli i w I. sf "irrlstislrff-- mwjwjwn iiimmikiui Mnmwfur3&pqp"' " I"" ii . j - p-TT----- MdM!9 ,t '75ti 55 (27 V t. Vi Ttfk't t it-- 0 VOLUME XI. IOLA,. ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, MARCH 17, 1877. NUMBER 12. 4 U s THE TOLA REGISTER ..-r4, nvafet: 3biift.j JTfirtr m i m ""SsnwBwMwilsk" ft ps J it .' 7 H a- . . P CURRENT EVENTS. At Earns .City, Bntler County, Pa. on the morning of the5th,ihe Bateman House was destroyed by fire and six persona barned to death Mrs. Bate man, wife of the proprietor, and .their f oar daughters, Minnie, Lou, Belle and Winnie, and a guest named N. Brown, of the firm of Spragle & Co., New York. There were 30 other occupants of the hotel, six of whom were injured by jumping from the upper windows. A panic occurred in the Church of St. Francis Xavier, New York, on the evening of the 8th, caused by a false alarm of fire. The church was filled with women and children, and in their frantic efforts to reach the doors six women and one boy were trampled to death...

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. — 17 March 1877

ll, III I 'I fcjsc THE REGISTER PUBLISHED EVEHY SATURDAY UOKSZSQ. BT ., EIGEBSOIX A EEKIOXS. IOLA, 2.LLEN COUNTY, KANSAS. OFFICIAI. PAPER OF COUNTS'. TEEMS I "One year. In advance 'i 00 "Sir months, in advance, 1 00 'Three months, in advaace , 90 SATURDAY, ilABCH IT, 1877. G. D. Ikoeesoll, Editor H. A. Pebkiss, Local Editor. Matilda Heeox, the well known ac tress, died in New York City on the 8th init. It ia rumored that Brigham Yonng will eoon plant a colony Mormons in So xora, Mexico. A cosvESTios of Western passenger agepts has jqst been held in St. Louis, "but no material change in present rates was made. The Legislature at its late session amended the laws relating to the assess ment of personal property in some very important particulars. The contest over the will of the late Commodore Yanderbilt has been settled and that document wa3 duly admitted to probate a few days ago. Gen. Gabfield, at the urgent request of the President, who wishes him to re main in the House, has with...

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 March 1877

BE&im?mpSrWjrg hi i'mu.uMWffMSBggcldK'teT"' V-M- T a---- - K I bmi !- T. fe r ? ! W i '&- K-. . K?v m FHE REGISTER. ATTJBDAY, MARCH 17, 1877. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY FAPER L.L.4G. R. R. TIME-TABLE. GOING NORTH. PASBENGEE. 9:58 A. M. FREIGHT. 12:15 f. u. GOING SOUTH. PASSENGER. .. 5:20 P. x. FREIGHT. .-. 2:10 p. u. ADVERTISING RATES. enable nersons wishing to enloT the advanta- of oar columns, to ascertain for themselves THE, following table of advertising rates will - Kef c the exact eosr of any amount of advertising for . any lengia or tune. 'arAcm lw. 2w 4w. 2m. 3m. 6m. Ijt. . llnch SI 00" SI 50 200 S3 00 St 50 M50 91000 2 inch 150 225 350 500 650 1000 1500 3 Inch 200 300 500,700 850 1300 2000 inch 250 400 650 1000 1200 1750 2500 XCol 350 550 850 1200 1500 2200 3500 J Col 650 1000 1600 2200 27 00 38 00 GOOD 1 Col 10 00 16 00 2200 2700 3800 6000 100 00 Local and;SpeciaI Notices, 10 cents a line. Legal notices at the rates prescribed by law. )3Transient and Legal advertisements ...

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

r KANSAS STATE NEWS. THE USGISIATITBE. The Senate, on the 3d, pawed the follow lag bills of general application: S. B. MS, to proTlde a revenue for the yean 1STJ, 1818 and 1879; the tax is reduced in the aggregate one hall mill. The Penitentiary DeSeleney bill; the bill making appropriations for daBcieney, .mile age, and per diem of Begenta and Trustees of public Institutions for 1871 to 1879; for State printing to Jane 30, 1S77 to 1879; Axing the sala ry of Oonnty CommissiOBers in onnues baTing oyer 15.000 inhabitants; reducing the expenses of litigation in the Supreme Court; authorizing cities of the second class to support libraries for public use; allowing cities to maintain libraries by levying a tax ol one-half mill on the dollar; authorizing the transfer of the insurance fond to the general revenue of the State; authorising a bounty upon wolf, coyote, wild-cat. rabbit and fox scalps; together with a large number of local bills. The Honsawaonsidered the vote on theTo- peka Ins...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 24 March 1877

gwr."ig3-y "TW3Sgy "TWrHWiWBTllCIIBaBWKBBi' i Yi2 22rsarsrsaes. J2assrs2,s-"" P"ir!. isftitL-vS2e?5asiasi!i.JJP11 ' ' wusw "mesne " ?'- - '-rr ;.& OUBAA , i . r 5 .i ., 'wA-AfcJfc B T " '- .' J." w-cv5- Vt2WT T t!" - f SmmmWfcMmat V MttfJ .'iiff.-I!l f jmr - : jnT M ' is'?-; A.H-0r' f--n JUfiI3I-i1U (6 -f, . 5srt -? VOLUME XI. 'aQLA;SLiEN COUNTY, KANSAS, MARCH 24, 1877. NUMBER 13. r sgerasf .- - 11' ji Jim ii .' - jjb-c Mr-e- - -& juit.-r " . - - - wr mke tflKKWHr" ffiPJjgpi rn 7w - w IOLA MMVk -nannnnan n T II" -w B ..-- r -t. n . r - - -wi u I I" j 1 Ml J?vSHFrl??i w 1 r "VI J 1 I M am, B-V li' .w .M "- -i-B-tr SSI Sm SSI SSI 1 J ' i sm am i v sj m 'sm aa. s sm im i m . rj r- rji 1 rr" K li I & A- rA CURRENT EVENTS. The Senate Committee on Privileges and Elections, by a strict .party vote, decided in favor of reporting a resolu tion for the admission of Kellogg as Senator from Louisiana. Messrs. Erarts and Schnrz have been designated as a Cabinet Commission to frame a ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 24 March 1877

attjMcwspM THE REGISTER ruuLamto jcvxkt satokdat uoitsisa. ISaESSOLL ft HEBKIK9. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS. OFFICIAL PAPER Of COUJfTT. TEKMS: On year. In advance, Six months, In advance Three months, in advance,.. .....8S flO .r. 100 , 00 SCKlbMUt rK APRIL. SATURDAY, MARCH 2,4 1877.. 6. D. Ingeksou., Editor H. A. Perkins, Local Editor. Stanley Matthews has beea elected Senator from Ohio to fill tbe vacancy occaaiooed by the reaignttioa of Secre tarv Sherman. A severe snow-awtm occurred in Chi cago on the afternoon of Wednesday last, and travel on the streets was much impeded thereby. The Post Office Department has just completed the arrangements for the establishment of a triweekly mail from Fort Kearney, Nebraska, to Deadwood City, in the Black Hills. The lines of railroads leading east from Kansas City bate laade a reduction of three-and-a-half cehta a bushel on the freight of corn, and the market is now active, and prices have advanced somewhat. The Gold Exchange of New York was...

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

--U.-.-3T L r U 5k -' M s- ft rv r . - i jQ 3 -r THE REGISTER. SATURDAY, MARCH M, 1877. TH OFFICIA1, COUNTY FAPSR X L. O. R. R. TIMB-TABX.E. . . vLdonro kokth. PASSENGER. .. 9:58 a.m. FREIGHT. ,...". 12:16 r. u. GOXVO SOUTH. PASSENGER. ... &90f.v. XiUMullitM m 2lvFi M NEWSPAPER LAWS. Any person, taking a newspaper re Ue postoace, whether directed to another's, U responsible for the payment. If a persua order his paper discoutinued he most pay all arrearages, or the publisher may continue to send it until the payment is made, and collect the whole amount, whether the paper Is takao from the omce or not. The courts hire decided that refusing to take newspapers and periodicals from the postoace, or remoTiac and tearing tbera uncalled for, is prima art i-rtdence of intuitional fraud. Papers may be sent to subscribers until an express order to discontinue is received, and all arrearages are paid as required by law. Merely returning a number of the piper is not sootiest. METHODIST EPI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 24 March 1877

fcw fr" - .ZFHT,.ii or ' 5. "3 i J - JJ3T3IOSUI HHT i A t c GENERAL BREVITIES: ' "T" Senator Davis coven 825 square inches when he eits,down. , jATGooLD'drew$1.280,000 dividends on Union Pacific last year. He votes on laa, za snares. Tax is paid in Great Britain on 1,250. 000 dogs, being a licensed dog to every zo lnnaDitants. v , r . Isaac Marks, recently hanged in London for murder, was the first Israel ite England bad legally put to death in zuu years. There are in England eleven times as many accidents from broken rails in the cold as compared with the warm quar ters of the year. The British Museum must be a pleas ant place for a man looking for a Dook. The books of that famous institution cover 12 miles of shelving. A cafbice of the moment with young ladies is that of wearing lone black kid gloves with light evening dresses'; they have the effect of making the hand look email. A Detroit baker had two barrels of crackers spoiled by turpentine, and he not only gave them to the po...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 31 March 1877

ffifo&lV. REGISTER. ' xJte.-- jp? rJ&mj&i -Sswrf - 'fe -v VOLUME XI. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, MARCH 31, 1877. - NUMBER U. m THE TOLA ..s s hi I 'IS fi.. V t . i., x L YJT i" )' TURNING GRAF. Life' sands are running fast away; Tbe buoyant step of Youth baa gone; The failing bair Is turning gray. And Time seems now to hurry on 'More fleetly than in days oi yore Before tbe heart became its prey Before 'twai saddened to the core Before the hair was turning gray. Yes, turning gray! Agccomeslikesnow as buii aati carves cacn careworn line ; Its wrinkles on the brow will grow; The hair with silvery streaks will shine; Tbe eyes their brightness lose: the hand Grow dry and tremulous and thin; For life, auul Is quickly spanned. And Death its gates soon closes in. Ah I turning gray I we fain would hido Tbe sign how loag wiurTlme we're been These deepened wrinkles side by side, Cut by tbe sorrows we hare seen. For feeble beats the Jieart as years More thickly cluster on our head A...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 31 March 1877

THE REGISTER PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. -BT I5GERSOLL & PERKINS. AT IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. terms: One year, in advance, Six months, in advance,.... Three months, in advance,. . .92 00 ,.1(K) .. 60 SATUBDAY, MARCH 31, 1877. O. D. Ingersoll, Editor H. A. Perkins, ixcai jmor. The report that the Chicago, Burling ton and Qnincr Railroad Company had secured the control of the- M., K. A T. Railway, is contradicted by an officer of the last named road. TnE dam of the Stafford?ille, (Conn.) reservoir gave way on the morning of Tuesday last, from the effects of a very heavy rain, and caused great destruction to property. The reservoir was a large onecovering some 200 acres and the flood swept everything before it mills, stores, churches, and dwellings for sev eral miles. Fortunately the alarm was given in time, and no lives were lost. The loss of property is estimated at 1350,000. Hox. R. B. Taylor, editor of the Wyandotte Gazette, died at his reside...

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. — 31 March 1877

J i -- K. it f H Ml. V 14 kr e'r THE REGISTER. SATUEDAY, MARCH 31, 1877. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER L. L.4G.R. R. TIME-TABLE. GOING NORTH. PASSENGER. 9:58 A. M. FREIGHT. 12:15 P. M. r GOING 80UTH. PASSENGER. 5:20 p. M. FREIGHT. 2:10 p. m. MILLINERY. We desire to announce that we shall open this spring in connection with our Dry Goods Depart ment, a complete line of French and Common Millinery, and have se cured the services of a lady who from long ex- pirience in the business, is unsurpassed as a trim mer and designer. We respectfully invite our lady friends, to see our handsome stock before purchasing, which will include all the late and choice Novelties, at YATES' ONE PRICE CASH DR Y GOODS STORE. After this publication I positively-will not take bach or .exchange any Kid Gloves that have been tried on. E. N. YATES. GOOD ADVICE. Now is thu time of year for Pneumo nia, Lung Feer, etc. Every family should Lave a bottle of lioxhte't German Syrup. Dou't allow for one moment that cough t...

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. — 31 March 1877

V GENERAL BREVITIES. Sous of the Mormons say that the death of Brigham Young will put an end to polygamy, as 50 different elders are waiting for his shoes. - The graves of Andrew Johnson and his wife are unmarked "by headstones, and the grounds are in the same condi tion as at the ex-President's burial. The enormous number of 400,000 pilgrims is expected in Rome on the. occasion of the Episcopal Jubilee of Pope Pius. Ninety thousand will go from France alone. In the town records of Reading, Fa., is the following: Voted, that the Town present to James Syk six acres of land in some part of the town where it will least damnify'the neighbors." - The San Francisco millionaires are building themselves grand residences. Mark Hopkins's will cost 3,000,000; Charles Crocker's, $2,800,000. Leland Stanford has expended $2,000,000 on his new home. Doh Pedro's daughter opened the Brazilian Parliament in a speech so pertinent and pointed and pretty and pithy that the younger members want ed to vot...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 7 April 1877

4 -T: -JMBOtiRJl&fef " y-fc - -!(. n- IOLA "REGISTER 3 VOLUME XI. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, APRIL 7, 1877. t NUMBER 15. THE I - rt ' mJ7 K m -. p- dM THAT 18 ALL. A little dreaming, such as mothers know; A tittle lingering: over dainty things; A happy heart, wherein Hope all ajclow Stirs like a bird at dawn that wakes and sings And that Is all. A little clasping to her yearning breast ; A little musing over future years; A heart that prays, Dear Lord, Thou knowest best. Bat spare my flower life's bitterest rain of tears" And that is all. A little spirit speeding through the night; A little home grown lonely, dark and chill; A sad heart, groping blindly for the light; A little grave beneath the hill And that is all. A little gathering of life's broken thread ; A little patience keeping back the tears; A heart that sings, "Thy darling Is net dead, God keeps him safe through hie eternal rears And that is all. MacBiUlan't ifcgatine. j, . j JillTTED TO THE DEEP. We bear tho solemn ...

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. — 7 April 1877

THE REGISTER PUBLISHED EVEUT SATOT.DAY JIOBNINO. INGERSOLL 4 PERKINS. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTS, KANSAS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. teems: One rear, in advance Si 00 Six mouths, in advance, 1 00 " Three months, in advance, 50 SATUEDAY, APRIL 7, 1877. G. D. IkoersOli-, Editor H. A. Perkins, Local Editor. The Eastern question is still unsettled and warlike preparations at 'Constanti nople continue. The House of Representatives of Mas sachusetts last week rejreted a bill grant , ing women the right to vote and hold municipal offices. KANSAS MATTERS. At the city election held in Kan'os City, Mo., on Tuesday last, tho Repub licans elected Slavens, Mayor, and a majority of the other officers voted for, Capt. Eads has received 500,000 as the first installment of his pay from the United States for his Mississippi River jetties. They seem to be a complete success. During the present week, municipal elections have been held in a large num ber of cities in various parts of the coun try, and very gener...

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. — 7 April 1877

7iwHJfTiyiw"':f''!7-:yra r 'gterjmpap-. fyrn t - I if & iV THE REGISTER. SATUBDAY, APBIL 7, 1877. THE OFFICIAL. COUNTY PAPER L. L. & C. R. R. TIME-TABLE. GOING XOBTH. PASSENGER 9:58 A. v. FBEIGHT. 12-.15 p. m. GOISU SOOTH. PASSENGER. 5:20 P. M. FREIGHT. 2:10 P. M. SPRING OPENING. Goods will arrive all next weeh. Will place on exhibition some lovely shades in dress materials for spring and summer wear. Also ' Foulards, ' Dress Linens, Piques, Grass Clotlis, And Cajnbrics, all so very cheap that you cannot believe the prices wlien you liear tliem, at YATES' ONE PRICE CASH DRY GOODS STORE. Our Millinery Stock will arrive next weeh. We will place, on exhibi tion all the new shapes in Mats, and some entirely new and beautiful tints in trimmings. We will announce our Opening Day some time during tlie weeh. YATES. BOSCHEE'S GERMAN SYRUP cau now be purchased right at home. It is the most successful preparation ever introduced to our people. It works like a charm in all cases of Cons...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 7 April 1877

GENERAL BKOTIIES. A behaekablk fondness for canned oysters baring been noticed among the inmates of the Albany Jail, one of the keepers made an examination and found that the cans supposed to contain oys ters contained whisky. Ik the Police Court of Nassau, New Providence, the Justice allows defend ants to go free until the time for their trial, on their personal recognizance. Ho says that he has never known one to fail to return at the appointed time. No country on earth, says the Gains ville Southron, can show iron equal in quality to that of Hall County, Ga. We have the magnetic ranging from 60 per cent, to 93, and that of the hematic from 56 to 60. Recently a discovery has been made on Wahoo of a vast body of the anhydrous sesqui-oxide of iron, which yields 70 per cent. Since the establishment of the French Republic, nearly all the flags furnished to the army have been of wool, through motives of economy. Byway of assist ing the unemployed, workman oi Livons, an order has been g...

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. — 14 April 1877

hMj !. rrr,r 7mi ar " ' TC-V. V ISa -T"""FmjTr-TT''rr"r,'rwr ""' -m.-- -3&i5 - stTarT? THE TOLA REGISTER ;-f - VOLUME XI. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, APRIL H, 1877. NUMBER 16. Tlmw51 ft .3 ..- u r - NONSENSE ALPHABET. A tumbled down and hurt bis Arm against a bit ol wood. B said, "Mr no v, oh! do not cry; It can cot do yoBfjood." C eala. "a cup of Coffee hot can't do jou any harm. Dsaid, "A Do tor ihonM be fetched, and he would cure the arm." E said, "An Efgbeatunirithmlikn'ouldqnics:- ly make him well." Ksald. "A. Fish if broiled, might cure, if only by the smell." G said, "Green Gooseberry, fool, the best of cures I hold." II said, "Ilia Hat should be kept on, to keep him from the cold." I said "Some Ice upon his head will mike him oeuer soon. J said, "Some Jam. II spread en bread, or gir en In a spoon." K said, "A. Kangaroo is here this picture let mm see." Isaid, "A Lamp pray krep alight, to make some barley tea. Msaid. "AMulurry or two might give him satisfaction.' Xeaid. "...

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 April 1877

jwie j!acmyr' ais.'Kgjfc - THE REGISTER PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MOKMIXG. INGEP.SOLL A PEKKIXS. IOLA, ALLENCOUNTY, KANSAS. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUKTT. KANSAS MATTERS. k - MC r TKRMS : One year, ill advaace, ....... Six months, in adrance,.... Three month", in advance,.. .. I 00 .. so SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1877. G. D. Inoersoi.u Editor H. A. Pkukins Local Editor. The St. Louis Daily Times is to be sold at public auction to satisfy a deed of trust on the 24th inst. Tub Methodist church at its recent session adopted resolutions endorsing the President's policy of conciliation. The severest storm known for many years occurred in the neighborhood of Norfolk, Virginia, last Saturday and Sunday. Ex-Pkksident Grant this week paid a visit to Galena, Illinois, and was very warmly welcomed by his old friends and neighbors. The United States Supreme Court has just decided in the Centennial case that the 1,500,000 appropriated by the gov ernment must be repaid before stock holders can receive any di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 14 April 1877

r-nj-irr rr :mr . ,-" --"-j"--"- p-t. iliifn - - K IUfl THE REGISTER. SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1877. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER L. L. & G. R. R. TIME-TABLE. GOING NORTH. i-Aoat-XNUKU 9:58 A. M. .FREIGHT. -. 12:15 P. M. GOINU 80CTH. -PASSENGER. 5:20 p. v. FREIGHT. 2:10 P. M. ADVERTISING RATES. THE folio wing Uble of advertising rotes will enable persons wishing to enjoy the advanta ges or our columns, to ascertain for themselves the exact cost of any amount of advertising for any length or time. srAcx 1. 2w. Ivr. 2m. 3m. 6m. lyr. linen 100 $150 $200 $300 $450 $650 $1000 3 inch ISO 225 3.W 500 650 1000 13 00 3 inch 200 300 50) 700 850 1300 2000 linen 250 400 CM 1000 1200 1750 2500 At Col 350 550 850 120) 1500 2200 3.100 JjCol 650 1000 1000 2200 3700 3800 CO 00 1 Col 1000 10 00 2200 2700 3800 6000 10000 Local and.Special Notices, 10 cents a line. Jgal notices at the rates prescribed by lav. Q"Transient and Legal advertisements must oe paiu ior in aavancc. All letters In relation to busin...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 14 April 1877

" VV?rKiC" " """TT'?" --. .i j ,.. GENERAL BREYITTES. Years ago might havo been seen in California a street sign which came very near being an excellent palindrome. It reads: "S. Gilligs Yreka Bakery." Now try it backward. The pipe which Capt.Josiah Williams of Kittery, Mc, left on his mantelpiece just before his death, 61 years ago, still remains in that position, the family not allowing it to be removed. Lady in hoop, taking tea, with pug, and a negro attendant Dresden group fetched 750 in London lately; a pair of candlesticks of the same ware, $500. "Weight in Dresden china means a good deal more than weight in gold now-a-lajs. Let us discuss the question why a woman can pin on a man's collar the first time trying, when the very same pin, if engineered by a roan, would double up and run backward to stick in his thumb. Woman's Journal. "Willi am Delaiiaxtv, who murdered his- brother-in-law 44 years ago in Stone carty, Ireland, has made a full confes sion" of his guilt. At the time...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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