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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 23 February 1878

.dr.ib at-v .- sasi. J . "w- xfte-Maaw - &-tfwmrtsrxvt ar-E- fcAwccm mi" hi"wjqt'ifc.w ijm A CIob ef For nearly a quarter of a'cimtar Dr. 6a-e'i Catarrhemed7 bw been actaiowIedjed by tbe -peoplsasa. posture core for all catarrhal af fections. Its great popularity with phyaidaai and patients, together with Its constantly-ia-creasing sale, attests, Instruments stronger than words, its healing power. If there be general or nerrons debility and tmpoTerished blood. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dtoeorery should be nsed In connection, with tbe Catarrh Remedy. Tbo following-named parties are among the thousands who bare been cwrm? J catarrh By the use or Dr. Sage's Catarrh Rem edy: A. F. Downs, New Genera, Pa. ; D. J. Brown, St. Joseph, Mo.: E. & Lewis, Rutland, Vt; Levi Sprlnsrcr, Mettle Lake, Ohio; Chss. Nor- crop, North CbestcrQeld, ile. Milton -Jones, Senba, N. T.; J. E. Miller, Bridger Station, Wyo.; J. C Marl-nan, Lotansnort, Ind.; 5L M. PosULogaosoort, lud., J. W. Bailey, Tre ...

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. — 2 March 1878

S&M6 H U I .-i- u.-.. TOLA r REGISTER; ittiht I .Jit .i.JC ' - .! VOLUME xn. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, MARCH 2, 1878. NUMBER 10. THE CURRENT EVENTS. The London Times, of the 19th, says: "United States bonds have surprised many people by advancing, instead of falling, on receipt of the news that the Silver bill had passed in a manner that Trill insure its becoming a law in its present shape." The Havana Official Gazette says that all the Cuban insurgent leaders have given in their adhesion to the peace con ditions. Friends of the Cuban cause in America deny the assertion. t Representative Ellis, of Louisiana, recently had a protracted interview with the President regarding Louisiana af fairs, and received the assurance that the Administration has never contem plated interference by the United States Courts, or otherwise, with the action of courts or the State Government of Louisiana; and that while jtho Presi dent regretted the prosecution of An derson and Wells, it would not a...

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. — 2 March 1878

THE REGISTER OrnCliX APER OF3O0NTY. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MOESLKQ.J CiGEBSOLL 4PEEKIN3. IOLA, ALLENCOONTY, KANSAS. G. D. INOER30LL, ..'...Editor H. A. Perkins, ..... Local Editor. teems: One fear, In advance, . $2 00 Sir months, in advance 1 00 Three months, In advance, SO SATURDAY, MAECH 2. 1878. Kate Claxton, the well known ac tress, has filed a petition in bankruptcy. THE building lately .belonging to the First National Bank at Kansas City has been sold by the 'receiver lor $50,000. It is said to be a good sale- Notwithstanding the predictions of .the gold advocates the passage of" the silver bill" by Congress, does not seem to have advanced the price of gold. It sold last Thursday at $1.01 to $1.01J. The. Illinois Central Railroad has just completed arrangements for running trains into Kansas City over .the track of the St. Louis, Kansas City and North "era road. Mb. Bland does not oeeui to be en tirely satisfied with the silver bill as it passed Congress. He has, therefore, ...

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. — 2 March 1878

: & THE REGISTER. SATURITAY, MARCH 2, 1878. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER LOST i The Olfapce to bay. a Bill of 60QDSATLESSTHAN Wholesale Trices Unless you come soon at CASH H1Y ROODS ST01S Tlie Cheap Goods are 'going fast. Never before have such ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES been offered. On account of tlie bad roads we shall .continue . Our Great Sale Two weelis longer, so that all may have the oppor tunity to purchase some of the WONDERFUL BARGAINS 1 piece Blue and White and 1 piece Black and ' 'White Opera Flannel, fine, worth 75 cents, to be closed at 35 cents. 4- pieces all wool heavy Shirting Flannels, in Stripes and Plaids, ex traj sell everywhere at 50 cents, to be sacrificed at 25 cents yard. Handsome Waterproof at 50 c. that cost 7o cts. - Blankets. We still offer grca t bar gains in the few blank .ets that we have left. Those who have not sup plied themselves will cer tainly buy now when we offer them at less than we can purchase them. Gentlemen Don't miss this oppor tunity to...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 2 March 1878

sff 1 ,rrt9 -.jaiawcaanw-BSaMciwHrtaa ".' J jrtiKPSaa3$tB . l J. ?l a I S35dbS3tfSS THEIOLOEGISTER Published Every Sitarday. JOLA. : : : KANSAS.. GENERAL BREVITIES. A GOOD bony centleman of 170 jHundswiU yield on cremation one and a naif pounds of first-class ashes. A FiSHERHAXjiear Palmyra, N. Y., who caught grasshoppers, last summer, and preserved- them by dipping each -one in gum-arabic, is having wonderful success in fishing through the ice with his novel bait. The holly tree is discovered to be a native of California, the only difference between the American and European species being that the former has pale green Jeaves with green berries, while the leaves of the latter are dark and glossy and its berries red. A Massachusetts law provides for the imprisonment of persons taking part in-masked balls in that State, and no such entertainment has been given in Boston for six years. A strong effort is making to repeal the law, but without jnuch prospect of success. The Seiki Kan, a...

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. — 9 March 1878

PkJEMLAM.- gjjgg j- U IT -t f "' ,& i Vl XilAS. IAID1YSO -KriU -iJA '-,. . l.Hi'-'i aU i -.jfiai!.':i;;.j "r iiqwrtn " miTiriirn f rtO w'C- - 1 -v. VOLTJ&XIL IOLA, ALLEN .COUNTY;, -&MSAS, MARCH 9, 1878. NUMBER11. E3-5I-3Ji!lz?Pi .TW vV A REGISTER rii LP l4-f A f ' 111' ;VJ -1 y : 'l:" l-il ti&i 't--ir- jlJI4L. v k i - 1 J H- feU HU l- 1 'i : CURRENT EVENTS. The House Committee on-Education andLakor, to whom jvasreferred yari- ua uiaiieia iu leiercuue tu vninese lm- migration, report that, inasmuch as the great majority of Chinese immigrants are unwilling to conform to bur institu tions, to' become permanent residents of our country and accept the right and assumethe, responsibility of citizenship, that' the President-be Tcquestc'dto open correspondence immediately with the Governments of China and.Great Brit ain, with a view of securing a change or abrogation of all stipulations in existing treaties which permit unlimited immi gration of Chinese to the United States....

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 9 March 1878

THE REGISTER orrxciAi. paper o-? couktt. PUBLISHED EVERY SATUSDAY MOSXING. .IXGEUOLlSTpEKKIXS. IOLA, ALLEATCOUNTY? KANSAS. G. D. iNGEKfiOLL, Editor H. A. Perkins,.'. Local Editor. TEEMS: One year,, in advance, 13 00 Six months, in advance 1 00 Three months. In advance SO SATUBDAT, MABGH 9, 1878.. The New Hampshire -Greenbackers aominated 8am. Flint for GoTernor. Gold continues to decline notwith standing the passage of the silrer bill. It closed last Wednesday at $1.01, which weathink,U.abont as low a figare as it has reached. The entire business portion of Hot Springs, Arkansas, was destroyed by fire last Tuesday morning. The total loss. is. estimated at 1300,000, on which there is an insurance of about $25,000. The Topeka Blade has changed hands, having been purchased by a .gentleman named Bead, from Ohio. It will here after be conducted as an Administra tion-Republican paper, with anti-con -traction tendencies. The Manhattan Industrialist has just received a new head, and it make...

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. — 9 March 1878

gggsr&fg wrjanjwi4,iig""ft f'm"vyc90wmmiMf.'tt 'uiu'atgaagMgflftw .m THE REGISTER. SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1878. THB OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER rs ADVERTISING RATES. foHowiag table of adrertl of onroalnmas, U ascertain . anaMr persona wtsniacto enjoy s MofoBeuiaui. ia ascertain nr the exact cost of Bay ennt of advertising for rates wUl advaata- themselves say lenxm of time . mrACB lw. !w. 4i mrACB lw. St. tw. ssn. Sm. 6m. lyr. llneh $100 $180 tSOO WOO UN ttSO $1000 stecfc 180 jjb au sot eao 1000 uoo a inch soo $oo soo 700 aw uoo mod tinefe. ISO 400 $90 1000 UOO 17 SO 1500 XCol $50 580 850 UOO UOO SSSO $500 XCol $80 1000 UOO 800 $70 3800 0000 lCd tew uw moo not $aw woo iww Local and Special Notice, 10 seats a Use. legal Botioet at the xatea prescribed by Uw. XT"Trensient and Legal advertisements most be paid tor in advance. All letters la relation to business in any way iwua ue oaue snoara ne aaaressea to the Publishers and Proprietors. INUKB BSOIX ft PEEEDJS. METHODIST EPISPOCAL. Comer oT...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 9 March 1878

5 Bsytka Are Bat SyaatoU f Tratau As the scholar sees In the rain bnt beautiful mythologies of the ancients the embodied ex pressions of the hungry human soul, blindly groping after the Infinite, so the pbvatciaa sees In that popular myth -of the sixteenth century tue fountain of perpetual health anu youth an expression 01 the longings 01 sui- Xering humanity for a remedy that should for ever prevent the incursion 01 disease. The wilds of Europe were ransacked for this won- aenui xountain, ana ronce ae ion sougniior it in the cypress-swamps and Uncled ever glades of our sunny Florida. Hen have searched for it everywhere and anywhere but wnere u reauy is in roe numan oouy luen. The blood is the real fountain of 'perpetual health and youth. When this source is cor runted, the painful and sorrow-Droducinir ef fects are visitle in many shapes. ' The multi farious forms In which it manifests itself would form subjects upon which! might write volumes. But as all the varied forms of dis ea...

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. — 16 March 1878

yw 3K0 V 4fc . , .j -i c -x . yz - 'V .. TOLA REGISTER .UuUV yJ .. 'ihjl. ' ' ,m&iunL VOLUME XII. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, MARCH 16, 1878. NUMBER 12. i n rti J m a r " n 1 ' CURRENT EVENTS. A Hard Money League has been or ganized in the Northwest, with head quarters at Chicago. George W. Allis, of Milwaukee, is the President, M. L. Scudder, of Chicago, Secretary, and L. G. Gage, of Chicago, Treasurer. The announced object of the organization is to secure concerted action against the Greenback movement, and to eradicate what the projectors call " false ideas of finance;" but not to oppose the work ing of the Silver bill. m Speaker Kandall gives it as his opin ion that Congress can adjourn July 1, the average duration of long sessions. He says the impression that the Appro priations Committee is behind is amis take, that the work of that Committee is as far advanced as usual, and that no extension of the session will be necessary on that account. Others are confident that there...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 16 March 1878

mmnr-r rt-ss - THE REGISTER OFHCIAL PAPER OP-COUNTY. PUBLISHED EVERY 8ATCRDAV MORXIXG. BT ISGEESOLL PEEKDfS. IOLA, ALLENCODNTY, KANSAS. G. D. Inoeksoll, Editor H. A. PERKINS, Local iviitor. TERMS : One year, in advance, Fix months, in advance, Three month?, in advance,... .$2 00 .. X 00 .. 50 SATUEDAY, MARCH 1G. 1878. The steamer Timor sailed from Phila delphia one day this week loaded entire ly with locomotives for the Russian Government. Johx IIoerissey, the notorious pu gilist, gambler, and Democratic ex-Member of Congress, is reported to be very ill at Jacksonville. Florida. His recov ery is not ezpected. Miller, the associate of Green (tvho was hanged at Kansas City, a short time ago) in.the murder of Marshal Hughes, has just been tried and found guilty of murder in the first degree. The Chicago Inter-Ocean says of the late municipal elections in New York State, -'that the Republicans more than held their own. The Greenbackers and labor reformers make substantial gains, general...

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. — 16 March 1878

msmmmmammSm i-?gy M im THE REGISTER. SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1878. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER ADVERTISING RATES. THE fallowing table of advertising rates will A enaoie persons wumngio enjoy tne advanta ges of our columns, to ascertain for tnemselrea tne exact cost of any amount of advertising for any icngin 01 nice. space lw. 2w. 4 it. am.. Sm. 6m. lyr. llnch 1 00 9150 9200 9300 94 60 9S50 91000 2 Inch ISO 225 330 500 650 1000 1500 Slneh 200 300 50.1 700 850 1300 2000 Inch 250 400 650 1000 1200 1750 2500 XCol 350 550 850 129 1500 2200 3500 JCol 650 1000 1600 2i00 27 00 3d 00 60C0 1 Col 1000 1600 2200 2700 3800 6000 100 00 Local and Special Notices, 10 cents a line. Legal notices at the rates prescribed by law. JCJ-Translent and Legal advertisements most be paid for in advance. All letters in relation to business In any way connected with the office should be addressed to the Publishers and Proprietors, IKGEUSOIX & PERKINS. JIETHODIST EPISPOCAL. Corner of Jefltrsnn avenue and Broadway...

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. — 16 March 1878

i-T'l lllTllUlCLAt-a6fcJ V THE IOIA BEGISTER j?- Published Every SiturrJay. !V0 TOT.A. KA7CSAR. GENERAL BREVITIES. Eight thousand and sixty-four lan guagts are spoken in the world 587 in Europe, 896 in Asia, 276" .in Africa, and 1,201 in America. A yodko woman of Xcwburg, Wis., severely thrashed her father because he would not raise $500 to give her as a dowry, in order to marry a man who wanted his wile to hare that sum. A Turkish soldier having on a fur cap is supposed to be comfortably clad, no matter if he have no coat or vest. "Keep the ears warm and you warm the whole body," is a Turkish maxim. It is related that deaf persons, who have great difficulty in hcarine ordina ry speech, find that by applying the telephone close to the car they can hear even a whisper with distinctness. Coxtuarv to the popular idea, horse hair is not, as a rule, round. A section under the microscope shows a form as though a third of a circle had been cut off, and that flat portion slightly in dented....

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. — 23 March 1878

gmmimmmmmmgm lil ' - . i. ' i 3J--T-. - i . i . kii. J r 1 . -rf Jl. THE REGIS i?ER. . - it y TOLA ft '!"' ' -1 r VOLUME XII. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, MARCH 23,-1878. NUMBER 13. I CURRENT EVENTS. The business men of the Pacific Slope are said to be almost unanimously op posed to the proposed abrogation of the trade dollar, which they claim has ob taiaed a firm footing in China and cre ated a demand which can not otherwise be filled. They -are preferred by the Chinese to the Mexican dollar, and a suspension of their coinage would be to throw away the business and our pres tige as a silver-producing country. The House Judiciary Committee will report against approving tho special legislation of the Legislative Assembly of Arizona, granting right of way across the Territory to the Southern Pacific Railroad, on the ground that the Terri torial Legislature has no power to grant special privileges. This is reckoned as one point scored for Col. Scott's Texas Pacific scheme. Among the Pos...

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. — 23 March 1878

nM8 "ffl THE REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPK OF COUHTT. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY VOKStSQ. BT KGERSOLL PERKINS. IOLA, LLEtflJoUNTY, KANSAS. G. D. Ikpersoll, Editor H. A. Perkins, Local Editor. terms: One year, in advance, Six iponths, io advance,.... Three month, in advance,.. .$2 00 ..100 .. BO SATX3TEDAY, MARCH 23. 1878. The Chicago Pott reports that the banks of that city are -paying out small gold coins for change. Ms. B. F. Bowen has sold a half in terest in the Fredooia Tribune to a gen I tleman by the name of Hite, from Cha I nate. We.with the new firm abundant V success. It is now reported that Sitting Bull has formed a combination of the Sioux, .Blackfeet and some other Indian tribe s, and is preparing for a raid into the TJni .ted States on a big scale this spring. The New York Herald says that in California, as in other parts of the coun try, the labor market is in a depressed condition. For the first time in its his tory, white men have just been hired at a dollar a day. Hos. B. F...

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. — 23 March 1878

'r r THE REGISTER. SATURDAY, MABCH 23, 1878. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY HAPBR ADVERTISING RATES. UH, following table ofadTertislng rates will X enaoie persons wisning to enjoy we aaram iMof our columns, to ascertain for theraselT the exact cost of any aasouot of advertising for any leagu or ume. arAca lw. !w. 4w. 'In. tat. Cm. lyr. liBCh 9100 $180 S3 OB 00 MSO tSSO $1000 alack 180 SSS S50 800 50 1000 1500 aiaeh S00 100 800 700 8S0 1300 9000 Inch 150 400 6 SO 10M 1300 1780 2800 VCol iM 5 SO 880 13(0 1800 300 3300 XCol 680 10G0 MOO 9200 9700 8800 8000 1 Col 1000 1600 9200 2700 SHOO 6300 10000 Local and Special Xettoes, 10 cento a Use. Legal notices at the rates prescribed by law. ""Transient and Legal advertisements most be paid f or in adrance . All letters in relation to business in any way connected with' the oSce should lie addressed to the Publishers and Proprietors, IXUERSOLL PERKINS. A FREE EXHIBITION TO AU THE F1DF1I! OF RARE AMD BeautifuIFalsrics AT OUR Spring Opening Which will tak...

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. — 23 March 1878

" ---""""' 1 i 'i 'ETiW ft J THE IOLA REGISTER. Pablished Every-Sitarday. TOLA. KANSAS. The Crista. "What think jon would be the remit if fas earth should Etop spinninjc around the sunt "Were you ercr near a large and Intricate ma chine when one of its wheels became clogged or broken near' ecoush to hear the grating', jarring clash, the sudden, deafening crash! Astronomers assure us that precisely similar effects, only on an inconceivablY grander scale, would be produced if our earth--onev of the wheels in the uniTersc-machlne should suddenly cease Its revolutions. In other words, there would be a general clash and crash of satellites, planets and systems. Whit we term .financial crises are due to simUarcauscs., One of the wheels in the finance-machine becomes dossed, perhaps shattered. The terrible VaU-strect "crash" which follows is com municated to every part of the financial mech anism of the country. But analogies do not stop here. There is that other mechanism, the .most intri...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 30 March 1878

''"MM-"' I -t , - xu ; if- A y.w J i f J VOLUME XII. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, MARCH 30, 1878. NUMBER 14. ,-p--. --,. --T r -- f - - THE IOLA REGIS IJdjR. ,. I ' 3 If! CURRENT EVENTS. The majority report of the House Committee on Civil-service Reform, recommending the removal of Door keeper Polk, for violation of the law and inefficiency, is signed by Mr. Har rison (Hi.), Democrat, Chairman of the Committee, and Messrs. Cox (O.), James, Pagh. and Sexton, Republicans, and Potter and Morgan, Democrats. Messrs. Cook, Cravens, Garth and Hen ry, Democrats, join in a minority re port, which, while admitting numerous mistakes on the part of Col. Polk, claims that precedents existed for his action, and denies that he is guilty of any fla grant violation of law sufficient to justi fy his removal.- r - Secretary Schurz's scheme to abolish the pension offices through the country has been indorsed by the House Com mittee on Appropriations.- r;The Pen sion Appropriation bill agreed upon pro vi...

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. — 30 March 1878

SSX35C 3 V jM5ftv e ,fi'3','." -:' i. a smmmMmvwuim nm-wt THE REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER Or COUNTY. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY UO&SISQ. ISQEESOufftPEJUOKS. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY,. KANSAS. G. D. IKPER30LL,. H. A. Eebkixs,...., Editor ..Local Editor. TEEMfl One year, in advance J " Si months. In advance. 100 Three months , in advance, SO SATURDAY, MAKCH 30. 1878. Trustworthy information .from the British Possessions, receied at Wash ington this week, confirms the previous reports that Sitting Bnll contemplates a grand raid into the United States this this summer. It is believed that he can raise from seven to ten thousand war riors, and that he willlive our govern ment a good deal of trouble. The Auril number of the Xational Repository is oil hand in good time, and has a number of very fine engravings,and the usual amount of excellent miscel lany. No magazine in the country publishes a higher grade of literature, and we suggest to our Methodist friends in this county, the propriety of giv...

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. — 30 March 1878

II Yr m THE REGISTER. SATURDAY, MAECH 80, 1878. THE OFFICIAL. COUNTY PAPER ADVERTISING RATES. THE following table of advertising rates will enable'persons wishing to enjoy the advanta ge of Our columns, to ascertain far theraselve the exact cost of any amount of advertising for any lengin 01 nine. sfacb lw. 2w. k. 2m. 3m. Bin. lyr. linch $100 SI SO tJOO $300 4S0 8690 $1000 J Inch 150 2 350 500 650 1000 1500 3 Inch 200 300 500 700 850 1300 2000 4 Inch 250 400 650 1000 1200 1750 2500 XCol 350 550 8 SO lift) 1500 2200 3300 HCol 8 S3 1000 1600 2i00 2700 3300 6000 1 Col 1000 1600 2200 2700 38 00 6JO0 10000 Local and Special Xottees, 10 cents a line. Legal notices at the rates prescribed by law. Transient and Legal advertisement most be paid for in advance. , - All letters in relation to business in any way connected with the oficc should be addressed to the Publishers and Proprietors, INUEUSOLL A PERKINS. METHODIST EPI8P0CAL. Corner of Jefferson arcane and Broadway St. Services every Sab...

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