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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 8 June 1878

K iv I y a I s It , Summer NOVELTIES AT ONE PRICE CiMMYMIISSTfllE. TJie place where the people always find the Largest Stock and the Lowest Prices. - We shall place .on sale this week and next a ve?'y handsome NEW assort ment of Dress Linens 8f Linen Lawns, at 15, 20, and 25 cent yard. Figured Lawns, in at tractive French designs. French Nansooks in Checks, Stripes $ Plain. Plain $' White Swisses in fine texture and very low prices. We invite an examin ation of the above goods with the belief that all will pronounce tlie-m the best for the price, seen this season. Our stock of Hamburg Embroideries was never more complete and at tractive than at present. Our prices range from the Lowest up to 25 cents for a veni wide and handsome pattern. You slwuld see tJiese to real ize their Cliea.pness. FANS, At 5, 10,15, 25, $- 75 c. Some very handsome Silver and Gilt Patterns Cotton Parasols, At 15, 25, 50, 65, $ 75 c. Silk Parasols, From 75 o. to the hand somest inch Ivory and Celluloid handle...

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. — 8 June 1878

THE IOLA REGISTER, Published Every Si'.urday. 'tola. KATTSAS. POSTMASTEB-GENEBAL SET. An Open letter to HI Southern Friend. Washington, May 28. In lieu of personal answer to many letters received from friends in the South disclaiming sym pathy with any effort to unseat President Hayes,-Postmaster-General Key has written the following open letter to the people of the South: rWAsmxoTON, May 28. Circumstances at tending the passage of the Potter resolution to Investigate alleged frauds in the Presiden tial election of 1876 In trie States of Louisiana and Florida, together with subsequent dec larations of many Influential Democratic pol iticians anu journalists evidence mat u uoui Houses of the Forty-sixth Congress arc Dem ocratic the majority intend to oust President Hayes and inaugurate Mr. Tilden. The title of President Hayes was settled irrevoc ably by the Forty-fourth Congress In an act . creating the Electoral . Commission under which he was legally declared elected and legally in...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 15 June 1878

9 mVyAA W v c J U w ?xr THE' ear L f VOLUME XII. IOLA, AIXEN COUNTY-, ;KANSAS, JUNE 15, 1878. NUMBER 25. 4- UL(-( IQT.'fli'. REGISTER , - i V - 1 CH T3J- aw" ( IMSi CURRENT EVENTS. A Berlin dispatch of the 5th an nounces that a decree has been issued proclaiming a regency, and nominating the Crown Prince Frederick William as Regent. The decree is signed by the Emperor "William and countersigned by Prince Bismarck. The Emperor's wounds are said to be progressing satis factorily, but some weeks must elapse before the crisis is passed. At the first fire the Emperor received seven shots in the right forearm and wrist and five in the head and face, his helmet being completely riddled. By the second dis charge he received about twenty shots in the left upper arm and shoulders and six m the neck. The folds of his thick military cloak deadened the effect of this charge. A large number of arrests have been made of parties expressing sympathy with Dr. Nobling, the assas sin, and a printer at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 15 June 1878

THE REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER OP COUNTY. PUBLISHED EVKEY 8ATUEDAY HOBKTNQ. BY IKGEBSOLL & PEEKXK3; IOLA, ALLEjfcOUNTy, JKANBA8. O. D. Inoebsoll, ........ .Editor H. A. FERKXXB, -Local Jditor. TEBMS1 ' One year, In advance,..... 93 00 Six months, in advance, 1 00 Three months, in advance, 60 SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1878. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETING. Tofeka, Kan., May2S, 1878. The members of the Kepublican State Central Committee are requested to meet at the Tefft Honee parlore, Topeka, on Friday, Jnne 28th, 1578, lor the purpose of mating arrangements for a State Convention, and for such farther bus iness as may be proper. I respectfully urge the desirability of all members of the commutes being present in persen, and ask those who can not attend to send as their proxies, representa tive men of the party. All Republicons through out the State are cordially invited to be present And participate in the proceedings. J. C. WILSqy , Chairman. Wm. Cvlles Beyant died in New York City on th...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 15 June 1878

, Sumner NOVELTIES AT , OWE PRICE - nanYinnnssTflu. The' place where the people always 'find the Largest Stock and the Lowest Prices. We shall place on sale this week and next a very handsome NEW assort ment of Dress Linens Sf Linen Lawns, at Id, 20, and 25 cent yard. Figured Lawns, in at tractive French designs. Jorencih jsansoons in Checks, Stripes & Plain. Plain $ White Swisses in fine texture and very low prices. We invite an examin ation of the above goods with the belief that all will pronounce them the best for the price, seen this season. Our stock of Hamburg Embroideries was never more complete and at tractive than at present. Our prices range from the Lowest up to 2o cents for a veru wide and handsome pattern. Yo u should see these to real ize their Glieapness. FANS At 5, 10, 15, 25, $75c. Some very handsome Silver and Gilt Patterns Cotton Parasols, At 15, 25, 50, 65, $ 75 c. Silk Parasols, From 75 c. to the hand somest 24- inch Ivory and Celluloid, handle at $o. 10. d...

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. — 15 June 1878

wrr ' " I&ss: THE TOLA REGISTER Published Every Saturday. : : : TCXSS. TOLA GENERAL BREVITIES. Bishop White, of Virginia, denounc es dancing as a sin and a scandal. FroL H. K. Palmer returned to New York, May 28, from his European tour. The Crown Princess of Denmark should be spoken of as her Highness. She stands six feet two inches- in her slippers. . The London World speaks of Henry Stanley, the African exvlorer, as "a good but strangely warped fellow." No less than 2,589,924,829 grains of opium are brought into this country an nually. There are supposed to be over 200,000 opium-eaters in the United States. Brown's wife went to the dentist's lately and took gas. The new set of teeth is not ready, nor is she ready; and so there has been peace in. the Brown family for several days. As Brow joy fully remarked: "Her monthis closed for repairs." Chalk is the most effective barrier against ants. The moment an ascend ing ant's legs come in contact with a spot that has been well rubbe...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 22 June 1878

t-tX , m --i-rvsw IT' " - - REGISTER A i.i' Ut' ffi' rA M . r . -?! VOLUME xn. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, JUNE 22, 1878. NUMBER 26.: THE TOLA I 1 CURRENT EVENTS. The Emperor William was report ed on the 1 1th to be convalescent. Dr. Nobling, his would-be assassinator, was also in a fair way to recover. Many ar rests for treasonable utterances are being-made in Berlin and elsewhere. The Federal Council have unanimously voted a proposition to dissolve the German Parliament. The May cotton crop report of the Galveston Cotton Exchange, from 68 counties in Texas, shows an increase of about 6 per cent, in area planted; stands of cotton generally good; labor efficient; weather favorable ; about two weeks earlier than last year. Northern counties complain of too much rain. The Memphis Cotton Exchange has reports compiled from West Ten nessee and Northern Mississippi, Ar kansas and Alabama, showing a slight increase in acreage, condition -of crop good, and about ten days earlier than last y...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 22 June 1878

."-y.k' ,''. Tf s THE REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER OF COtTXTT. PUBLISHED EVERY 8ATUBDAT MORNING. EY INGERSOLL A PERKINS. 10LA, ALLENCODNTY, KANSAS. G. D. Ingersoll, Editor H. A. Perkins; Local Editor. TERMS : One year, in advance Six months, in advance, , -Three months, in advance,... ...$2 00 ... 1 00 ... 50 SATUEDAY, JUNE 22, 1878. STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE MEETING, Totcsx, Kans., May 23, 1S78. The members of the Republican State Central Committee are requested to meet at the Tcfft Houeeparlore, Topeka, on Friday, June 23th, 1ST8, lot the purpose of making arrangements for a 8tate Convention, and for such further bus iness as may be proper. I respectfully-urge the desirability of all members of the committes being present in persen, and ask those who can not attend to send as their pro-vies, representa tive men of, the party. All Repnblicons through out the State arc cordially Invited to be present and participate in the proceedings. J. C AVILSON, Chairman. We have received the July numb...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 22 June 1878

L - r I? THE REGISTER. SATURDAY, JUNE22, 1878. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER L. L. ft G. R. R. TIME-TABLE. GOING SOBTH. PASSENGER. - 11:39 A. M. ri!iIuJlitiiM 2zL P. M. GUISU SOUTH. PASSENGER. 5:07 p. si. FREIGHT. 2:22 p. su Close connection made at Kansas City, and through tickets for sale to ajl East era points. J. E. LOCKWOOD, Gen. Ticket Agent. R. S. Ayres, Local Agt. Please Bear in Mind THAT WE ARE HEAD QUARTERS FOR . Dry Goods, MB1CHANT TAILORING CARPETS AND MILLINERY! ! Our Prices are always tJis Lowest Made. Ladies' Hose. 500 prs. Ladies' white hose, good weight and regularly made, at the extremely low -price of ten cents a pair. Don't fail io see them. Corsets. Dr. Warner's, Madam Foy's and other popular Corset, always in stocks. Handsoms st&ck White PiqUa's, Victoria lawns, Corded Jackonets, and Figured Lawns, at lower prices than ever. The Cheapest Dress Linens and Grass Clollis. Largest Stock and - Latest Patterns. LI1TEN EMBROIDERY, with buttons to match. Large and Hand...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 22 June 1878

EEZEttxeartmmrmss&A THE IOLA REGISTER. Published Every Saturday. IOLA. KANSAS. GENERAL BREVITIES. Americans eat twice as much salt as the English. " Pkimtek's ink keeps theTiinges of store doors loose." Cremation is practiced among the umer classes in Siam. It is estimated!! John Jacob Astoj; lives to his late fathers age, inc estate will be worth $150,000,000. Mrs. S. H. Smith, of Jersey City, has a cabinet of shells, fossils, ores and gems which is valued at $25,000, and she collected the whole of it herself. "Mabiuage Ceremonies Performed Free" is the sign displayed by an Ohio Justice. He keeps a tavern, and is sat isfied with the profit on what the bridal parties eat and drink. In the hairdressers' court at Paris nothing attracts more attention than a head modeled in wax after the famous picture of Gtorgiana, Duchess of Dev onshire. Her large Gainsborough hat lip? bpsidc it. A Detroit lady who plastered her fate with an ointment warranted to re move freckles, is now seeking ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 29 June 1878

11 '9tM-f,'C St-Jy - v - - -f -. -a THE IOLA REGISTER l A ' i li) YOLTJME XII. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, JUNE 29, 1878. NUMBER 27. 7 CURRENT EVENTS. A Silver City (Idaho) dispatch of the 18th says: The hostiles have left Stein's Mountain, and arc moving to - ward Harney's Valley, thence to Mat thews's Agency and Snake River, and will probably keep on until they effect a junction with the Columbia River In diana, which addition to their forces will, they calculate, enable them to sweep the country. Camp Harney will probably be captured by the Indians to-morrow, and if so there will be terrible slaughter of the whites con gregated there for protection. Nothing has been heard from Howard since yes terday. If he does not effect a junction with Stewart's forces the party accom panying him from Camp Lyon could easily be captured by savages. The general situation is quite critical, and the massacres that will be perpetrated bid fair to exceed in numbers those of the Nez Perces war. The M...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 29 June 1878

THE REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. ; PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MOUSING, BY IXGERSOLL & FERKTX9. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS. G. D. Ingebsoll, i Editor H. A. PERKINS, 1jOC.11 iiitor. TERMS : One rear, in advance $2 00 Six months, in advance, 1 00 Three months, in advance, 60 SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1878. STATE CENTRAL C0M3HTTEE 31KET1XG, Tofeka, Kans., JIay23, 137S. The members of the Republican State Central Committee are requested to meet at the Tcttt Houeepartore, Topeta, on inday, June .artli, liii, lor the purpose of malJng arrangements for a State Convention, and for such further bus iness as may be proper. I nfapect fully urge the desirability of all members of the committes lieing present in pcrscn, and ask those who can not attend to send as their proxies, representa tive men of the party. All Kcpublieons through out the SiUtc arc cordially iuvitedto be preeent and particilate in the proceedings. J. C. AVILSOX, Cliainnan. MEETING REPUBLICAN CENTRAL C03I-MITTEE-2D DISTRICT. ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 29 June 1878

jn -?r I THE REGISTER. SATURDAY, JUNE 39, 1878. THK OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER wsawawaawsawawswawawawawawaawaawaiwskwasiawawi L. l O. R. R. TIME-TABLE. oonrovosTH. TABBE8QEJL ..11:89 A. M. FREIGHT....... 2:22 r. x. GOUfO BOOTH. PASSENGER. 5:07 p. if. Close connection Hiade at Kansas City, aad through tickets for sale to ail xjuV ' era points. J. E. LOCKWOOD, Gen. Ticket Agent E. 8. Atbes, Local Agt. PBE8BYTEEIAN. Comer Madison aTenne and Western street. aerTkealOXa.m.aad7p.m. Boaday School at . m. BAPnsr. On Syeaaaere Street. Services every Sabbath at 11 o'clock A. at. and 7 o'clock r. x. Prayer meeting Wednesday er reaingi AITOK, Pastor. Please Bear in Mind THAT WE ABE HEAD QUARTERS FOB Dry Goods, MHCHAMT TMLOIJNG METHOBISTPBOTESTANT, In the Baptist Church every alternate Sabbath hua. je. ana timir. jt. W. H. MAKEANT, Pastor, Ice for sale at C. A. Steele's. Green corn in the market this week. Ice cream this ereaing at Templin's. Oh, my, bat the flies are a nuisance. at Go- METHODI8T EPI...

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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 29 June 1878

V -.. Ji-CJtV. A. Valuable Improvement In Coolcing Stoves. The utility and convenience of a helf at tachment to the oven of cooking stoves is now universally acknowledged by all housekeep ers who have used or seen them, and it Is a matter of choice wbethertbeshelt ispcrma nenily attached to the side of the stove or opened and cIoed inside of the oven by the movement of the door. The Grand Charter Oak will hereafter be constructed so as either tbeautomaticorpennancnt shelf can be or dered n ith any size. Ourattention has been 'called to a circular containing a caution again't the use of automatic shelves, issued bv certain parties who claim to own letters patent No. 150,001, stating that they have brought suit agaimt till Company for in fringement on said pan nt, and warning ail persons not to buy or urestcn es having such shelves and made" by us. We have only this to say in regard to the matter, that tee shall rigorously defend this wit, and bate no douht of our success in such defe...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 6 July 1878

9(Ztc Miz '' y 1-. 4frW THE IOLA REGISTER VOLUME XII. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, JULY 6, 1878. NUMBER 28. I SUMMER WINDS. Sweet are the summer days that come with tender shining, Sweet are the wandering winds that visit me repining: The bloom, the song.thc grace of all the year And fill this desert place with tmlmagined rapture. Prisoner of hopeless pain, in lengthening chains I languish ; Day still renews the'strain of night's nnutter ed anguish ; I lie beneath His rod, Ills bolts and bars sur round me, Yet the sweet winds of God with healing touch have found me. O welcome wind that comes Ills gracious law fulfilling, In you the brown bee hums, the sky-lark's song Is thrilling; Voices of wood and field your whispering voice discloses. And in your breath revealed I find the sum mer's roses. They have not lent their bloom to comfort me more nearly. And in my silent room no bird has caroled cheerly. let while your light caress, O, wind of ueaven, woos me, Kor rose nor singing-birds i...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 6 July 1878

THE REGISTER -OFriCIAI. PAPER OF COUWTT. .PUBLISHED EVEEY SATUKBAY XOBXETO. IXGEBSULL A PJJRKD?S IOLA, ALLEnTcOUNTY, KANSAS. G. D. IKGERSOLI,, H. A. Perkins....... .. - ui tor .. Local Editor. TERMS i One vear, in advance Six months, in advance Three months, in advance,..- $2 00 1 00 .. 50 SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1876. MEETING REPUBLICAN CENTRAL C9M-HITTEE-2D DISTRICT. There will be a meeting of the Republican Cen tral Committee or the 2d Congressional District ield at the Sherman Hon.-, Channte, Kansas, on Saturday. Jclyth, IgTSJatOo'clock A.M. for the purpose or electing the time and plaee for holding a convention to nominate a candidate for Congress and transacting any other necessary business. L. STrLMVEtL, Chairman. Wj. n. Clauic Secretary. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION- A Delegate Convention of the Republicans of the State of Kansas will beheld in Representative Hall, in the City or Topeka, on Wednesday, the 23th day or August, 1878, at the hour of 10 a. m., for the purpose .or nomina...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 6 July 1878

E - THE REGISTER., SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1878. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER .11:39 A. . 2:22 p. .1. OlOi P. M. L. L. 4 G. R. R. TIM-TABLE. GOING N OBTHi jPASSENGER.. FREIGHT.... . .. Gonra BOCTH. PASSENGER.. FEEIGHT. Close connection made at Kansas City; and through tickets for sale to all East era points. . J. E. LOCKWOOD, Gen. Ticket Agent. R. S. Ayres, Local Agt. Please Bear in Mind THAT WE ARE HEAD QUARTERS FOR Dry Goods, MERCBANT TAILORING CARPETS AND MILLINERY! ! PRESBYTERIAN. ' Corner Jladison "avenue and Western street. Services JOX s. m. and? p. m. Sunday School at Ka.m., BAPTIST. On Sycamore Street. Services every Sabbath at 11 o'clock x . u. awl 7 o'clock r. J. Prayer meeting Wednesday evenings. J. W. AITON, Pastor. MKTHODI8T PROTESTANT, In the Baptist Church every alternate Sabbath at 11 A. M. and 70 P. M. W. H. JIAKKANT, Paator. METHODIST EPISPOCAL. Corner of Jefferson avenue and Broadway St. Services every Sabbath at 10)f to 11 Ji A. x. Sab bath School from 11 to 1JJ. Class m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 6 July 1878

ir j V3LS& Sttc. 5-2 Ta-i.1. MTSST 'iili a EtiiSK THE IOLA. EEGISTER Published Every Siturday. IOLA. KANSAS. GENERAL BREVITIES. Birds that build covered nests lay white eggs. - Racing-boats are now made of bank note paper. Centipedes have four distinct eyes on each side of the head. TnE penmanship of the ancients was slow, careful, and plain. Toe hair-cut of the period is but one degree from scalping. Men originated artificial hair and women adopted it in 1730. A scientist says angleworms do not suffer when put on the nook. It is said that an eucalyptus in the bed will rid it of mosquitos. TnE magnet possesses the power to kill small insects and plants. According to the latest dictionaries there are 43,866 words in our language. Generating steam power by the rays of the sun has been successfully tried in India. An ancient book described the Ethi opians as persons with one foot large enough for a parasol. Key West, Fla., is excited because they have located the treasure of Capt. ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 13 July 1878

X. THE IOLA REGISTER VOLUME XII. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, JULY 13, 1878. NUMBER, 29. a m i r CURRENT EVENTS. The Congress has decided to cede to Russia that portion of Bessarabia which she lost in 1856, extending from the Truth to the Kilia Valley. The Con gress also decided to transfer the Do brudscha to Ronmania. The frontier of the new territory is to be advanced so as to run from the neighborhood of biustna, without including that town, to Mangalia, on the Black Sea. Rou mania will thus acquire a fertile tract of country, and be established on both banks of the Danube. The Congress has recognized the independence of Roumania and Montenegro. Additional conclusions arrived at by the Berlin Congress are, the autonomy of Western Roumelia, Epirus, Thessaly and Crete, to be secured by European control; to maintain the Dardanelles closed, as at present, to ships of war; to cede Batoum to Russia and make it a free port. There remain the questions of dismantling the fortifications and...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 13 July 1878

THE REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPXR OF COUHTT. PUBLISHED ETE&r SATURDAY afOBXIVO. ixqebsocl arrstKisa. .IOLA, ALLENCpTY, KANSAS. G.D. .tt.A. IK0EFSOLL, .. .Editor )! PERKINS, .....Local Editor. TEEMS : One year, tn advance,. ...... Sir months. IB advance,.... Three mantis, in advance,.. .woo ..100 .. so SATDBDAY, JULY 13, 18J8. REPUBLICAN STATS CONVENTION. A Delegate Convention of tbe Bepublicans of the State of Kansas will be beta w uepreseuiam r Hall, in tbe City of Topeka, bn Wednesday, the 13th day ofAugust, 1878, at the hour oflO a.m., for the purpoae of nominaUngsondidafea for the following offlces, viz: Governor; Lieutenant Governor; Secretary of Slate; Auditor of State; Treasurer or 8tate; Attorney General; Superin tendent or Public Institution; "Chief Justice of the Supreme wuri; oiaie yen vuuu..v. Th hig of 'representation in the State Con' ventlou will be one !) delegate and one (1) al ternate foreach 300 votes cast Tor waiter u. oi mons for Presidential Elector in 1878, and ...

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