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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 26 September 1879

,ap&$maXpr0B-r--?-i fS '-; -f?i'f -Pr!t -- ,3r 3,- . -h ' '-f-s H THE IOLA REGISTER. SUPPUEMENT. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Personal and literary. Mr. Aldrich's new novel is to deal with a strike in a manufacturing town. Bcrthold Auerbach is going to pub lish a collection of dramas and snort stories. Mrs. Henry Wood's "East Lynne " lias reached its eighty-fifth thousand, which is a large sale even for a novel. Scotch papers announce the deatli of Miss Elizabeth Taylor, a well known novelist, whom Dr. John Brown called "the Miss Austen of modern literature." M r. Julian Hawthorne is said to be engaged in writing a novel larger in scope than any he has yet pub lished. Its title is to be "Sebastian Strome." Miss Louise M Alcott was the first woman to register in the town of Concord, Mass., in order to vote for members of the bchool Committee. John E. Owens, the actor, adver tises for sale the stock and fixtures of his elegant farm near Towsontown, Md. The supposition is that Mr. Owen propo...

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. — 26 September 1879

reTjg y t -Tcrgi ; f?5 as-- "-3 -&. ? -&s :? .AW EPISODE OF WAS. In his wini-sltaken tent tho soldier sits. Beside liim flares an oil-lamp smoklly, Whose dim light glooms and flickers on the sheets Of rustling paper that with cagereyes And heart. Intent he reads. Now with a smile The flaxen-bearded sunburnt face lights up smile that in the smiling breeds pain tVithln his yearning heart: the gentle hand that those sweet, loving words hath traced, will he Ever again in his protecting clasp Enfold it? Who con tell! lie can but kiss With wild Intensity the pago that hand Hath touched. Each line, each word read and re-read. At last there is no more. With swimming eyes He looks, and drinks hername into his soul. Yet see those lines with pencil widely ruled. Where largely sprawl big letters helplessly; What do they say, those baby characters, "Loved Papa, 2XZ- When will you come home again? " My own dear papa!" As ho reads this the tent to him grows darker, Ilia stronger band tremb...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 26 September 1879

. THE REGISTER. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1879. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER L. L. & G. R. R. TIME-TABLE. GOING KOBTH. PASSENGER 12:03 P. M. FREIGHT. 2:35 p. M. GOING SODTH. PASSENGER 4:07 P. M. FREIGHT - 1:00 p. si. Close connection made at Kansas City, and through tickets for sale to all East era points: J. E. LOCKWOOD, Gen. Ticket Agent. R. S. AYKE3, Local Agt. GREAT ihducemest: AT THE New Store. McCLURE'S ONE PRICE phoid Vlarga- Died. Tuesday, Sept. 23d, 1879, of ity fever, John H., son of S. T. and ret Ellis. The funeral services were held at the house Wednesday forenoon. The afflicted parents, brothers and sis ters are deeply sympathized with in the hour of their bereavement. We will pay the highest market price for country produce. Scott & Gofoth. Heavy Robber'. At Colony, Anderson county, last Sat urday night, burglars broke into the store of 'Squire Rhoades, forced open the safe and stole between six and eight hun dred dollars. Five hundred dollars of the amount belonged t...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 26 September 1879

THE IOLA REGISTER. IOLA. t KANSAS GENERAL BBEYITIES. The largest sum ever paid for ahorse in England was 872,000, given for Don caster by the Duke of Westminster. A gikl only 11 vcars old was married in Colchester, Vt. , last year, and now has deserted her husband, taking her infant along. "V. W. Stewakt, who has neither arms nor legs.has married the daughter of the manager of the Boston side show, in which lie is on exhibition. There arc six counts againt the de faulting Treasurer of the Massachusetts Home Missionary Society. In each ease he had counted the money of the society as his own. John- Chinaman looks upon the whole world of trade as his oyster, and ex pects to open it. The following appears upon a Denver sign-board : " V:i Kec, Headache Medicine and Black Tea, Silk Handkerchiefs, "Washing and Ironing, Sewing on Buttons and Mending." Daniel Stansisekuv, a prominent farmer, residing near Keokuk, Iowa, was recently gored to death by a mad bull. The animal had to be shot befo...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 3 October 1879

JT4SP3tl9tfaWlBii"Gi ifftfJlt THE IOLA f REGISTER ar-i- -" -),. rx-i -T 3, t VOLUME XIII. TOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, OCTOBER 3, 1879. NUMBER 41. PJ siSS -' - ttW-i "it ''-. . Mr? fi 7 1 t- C A I t s.- L K ! I fe "O 1 : i tofate fljfeter PUBLISHED EVERT -BY ZXIDAT -H. A. PERKINS. Snbsgription Price $2.00 per year. BATES OF ADVERTISING. space. Uw'k2w,klmo.3mo.Crao.ly. llnch....... $1 00; I H $3 00 00, $7 S0IS10 Slnchea.... S 00 2 80 4 H 7 SOI 10 001 15 '3 Inches .... 2 SO 3 00 6 00 10 00 15 00 30 X column.. 3 50 5 00 8 50 13 00 20 00 35 H column .. C 00 8 00 12 00 21 00 4-1 00 65 1 column. .. 10 00 15 00 25 00 40 001 65 00 HO Local Notices ten cents tmw linn itrat in. scrtlon and five cents per lino for each sub sequent insertion. Every description of Plain and Fancy Job Printing done with ..neatness and (Uspatclu CHURCH SOCIETIES. PRESBYTEBIAN. - Corner Madison Avenue and Western Street. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7X P- m. every Sabbath. Sahbath-school at 0:45 a. m. Prayer meeting ev...

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 October 1879

9 aWnisB g-cjgggectjg-gyaftr-'g l ffMry .pna.qt ygjff , 1-TMrfN fjt iuisifeaiy-qyjj" JIJOlJ-C'''' THE REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8,Q879. S. A. PERKINS, - - - - Editor. . TEEMS : One year, in advance, 93 SO Six mouths. In advance, 1 00 Three months, in alliance, ............. 50 t3rOr rtaderi, in replying to advertuementt in Tiie Register, will confer a favor fcy ttattng to Ihe aivtrliitrt that thep taw the advertuement in THK IOLA REGIsTLE. .ANNOUNCEMENTS. To The Electors or Allen Corj-rrv: It seeming probable that, at this late seosuu, there Will be no political conventions fur tlie purpose of raakinir nominations. I announce myself as a candidate for re-election to the oOice of Judge of the 7 tli Judicial District H. W. TALC01T. September 8tb, 1S7U. I am a candidate for re-election to the office of Sheriff of Allen county. ALBERT HODGSON I announce myoelfaa a candidate fur Judge of Ue 7th Judicial uisinct L. W. KEPLINGER. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Treasurer. W...

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. — 3 October 1879

.- 4, . rf- '-; K" US? fe "WW fr. jnrs. -iwa-jt- -as s. J-. w-f ,ajtsi?-&i- -; - IN THE CORN-FIELD. The south wind stirred the tasseled corn, And brightly glowed the dew of morn On every waving blade, As through the fields, on pleasure bent, With dainty step sweet Jessie went Sweet Jessie, loveliest maid I The south wind blew upon her hair, And tossed it from her forehead fair, And In its tresses played ; Joy sparkled in her eye of blue, And dyed her cheek, with rosier hue Sweet Jessie, radiant maid t Now in the shadow of the com Stood Jessie, glowing like the morn, And shyly, half afraid. Between the row? coy glaces threw. What sought she there? Ah, well the knew Sweet Jessie, artless maid! For, brave and strong, above the corn. She hears her lover's voice upborne, And hears his ringing blade. As far along the breezy rows, With songs of her, he gnyly goes Of Jesse, beauteous msild! Then suddenly he lifts his eyes. And Jessie sees, with glad surprise. In loveliness arrayed. ' A ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 3 October 1879

Qd9"' jifeAJ4gl- V'JjjfcMiiiB "-' - -- , --,::, -. s.ot t iffirrfifr-r ijr" yr nmmfafctfT -a- -iTS-ffisiifr-f ' U1 Siip2f& ' "fP- - - tz. ; THE IOLA .REGISTER. SUPP1YEM KNT. ITEMS Or INTEREST. Personal and Literary. Mrs. Burnett's new story will be of American life, and will be called " Louis iana." Longfellow's " Psalm of Life " has been translated into Irish by O'Dono van Rossa, with the titlo of " Salim na Beatha." Archibald Forbes, the brilliant Zulu war correspondent,, takes the field again the lecture field and will come to America in February, to talk about 44 Royal people I have known.1' That includes Cetewayo. , FungKai Whang, a Chinese stu dent who has passed some years in East liampton, Mass., has presented the Mu seum there with an. ancient history of China, written by Confucius and print ed in China and in the Chinese lan guage. A new journal has appeared in Paris under the title of " Woman," edited by, a committee of ladies who are bent not upon obtaining suffrage ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 3 October 1879

r3fwgjBaj"-t5a,r, RJSf" pJ-w&- ?5-ws" r gy "gs wfsre'-jg w gi' ygar"?Jp i " THE REGISTER. FRIDAT, OCTOBER 3, 1879. THB OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER fc. L. ft G. R. R. TIME-TABLE. Gon?a NOBTH. PASSENGER - -12:03 P. M. FBEIGHT. "... 2:35 P. H. GOING SOUTH. PASSENGER. 4:07 P. M. FBEIGHT. - 1:00 P. M. Close connection made at Kansas City, and through tickets for sale to all East era poiats. J. E. LOOKWOOD, Gen. Ticket Agent. B. 8. Aybes, Local Agt GREAT iniuiin. AT THE New Store. McCLURE'S ONE PRICE can Kin THE CHElPESTJflllN Read the List of Bargains: Plaid Flannels worth 50 for 35 cents. Plain Bed Flannels worth 35 for 25 cents. Red Twilled Flannels worth SO for 25 cents. Plaid Linseys at 16 and 20 worth 20 and 25 cts. Jeans and Cassimeres at Lower prices than you can buy at other stores. Misses and Childrens Shoes at 50 and 75 cents per pair. Extremely Low Prices in Mens $ Boys Heavy Boots. Extra Bargains in Wo mens and Misses Shoes, 75 cts. aad $1. 00 pair. TEMPTING BARGAINS In Ladies ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 3 October 1879

tTP" -frr'SS. SiT'K ""- - 2.r a - " . .T - ' t ' -... . THE1 IOll 'REGISTER. IOLA, KANSAS GENERAL M.EV1TIES. The heaviest man at the annual Fat Man's Clam-bakc in Massachusetts this year weighed S85. Half a century ago Emun? ltutlgc of Hartford, Ct., w:is lined $10 and costs for selling iec in the summer. The traf fic was alleged to he dangerous to public health. A coi.i.kstoniekt of the Dundee Ad vertiser says in a careful review of Scotch farming that since 1872, when farmers were to some extent forgetting their losses by rinderpest, there has been but one crop, 1874, which paid its way. Chkistiax K. ltos?, father of the lost Charlie, paid a -visit to Supt. "Wail inir. of New York, the other day. Mr. Itovs's faith in his son existence is un shaken, although the only glimmer in the mystery otllic lxiy's disappearance was the shooting of his supposed abduc tors at Bay ltidge, N. Y., Dec. 14, 1874. Mns. Davis sold her dwarfed sons to to a showman, in Knox County, Ohio, J.1 vcars ago,...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 10 October 1879

T&arerrt$'K&cinjisj THE IOLA REGISTER VOLUME xni. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, OCTOBER 10, 1879. NUMBER 42. !friirrum''j m.j !aMecftewwfM.mwi flfc 1 La s f & rr he f ate flatter PUBLISHED EVEBY FSIDAT Br H.A.PERKINS. Snbscriptioii Price $2.00 per year. BATES OF ADVERTISING. SPACE. llWk2yk11mo.13mo.6mo.llT. linch. $100 $1(0 $3 00 $t00i$7G0jS10 2 inches.... 3 inches.... H column . X column.. 1 column. .. 200 2 50 350 600 10 00 a 50 300 500 800 tui i oo io ou is 6 00 0 00 15 00, 30 S 50 12 00 20 00 35 12 00 25 00 41 00 65 25 OOi 40 00! G5 00 ICO 15 00 Xocal Notices ten cento per lino first ln sertlon and five cents per line for each sub sequent Insertion. Every description of Plain and Fancy Job Printing done with neatness and dispatch. CHURCH SOCIETIES. PRESBYTERIAN. Corner Madison Avenue and Western Street Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7V n. m. every Sabbath. Sabbath school at 9 J5a.ni. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening. If you haven't a list of the prayer meeting topics,...

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 October 1879

8MJflMtJ " Ft- '',?r'&aeKtea!s5aS sgawsSi t ---v?K THE REGISTER OXTIGIAI. PAPER OF COUNTY. FRIDAY, OeiOBEE 10, 1879. S.A.PBEKIN3, . - Editor. TEEilS : tOsue year, jaadrance, 93 00 -Sir reoaths. Id advance, ,....,,.... 1 00 -Three months, in advance, 83Oar readert, in replying to advertisements in -The Rkcistek, ietU confer a favor bg slating to the advertisers that they taw tie advertisement-in Thz Iola Register. ANNOUNCEMENTS. To The Electors or Aixxx Cotnrnr: It seeming probable thai, at tbU late season, there .will lie no uolitical conventions for the purpose .of making nominations, I announce myself as a (Candidate for re-election to the office of Judge of .the 7lh Judicial District. I. W . 1 -MA;u it. September sth, 1879. I am a candidate fo.r re-election to the office of .Sheriff of Allen county. ALBERT HODGSON. (announce myself as a candidate forjudge of the 7th J umciai vistnci L. W. KEPLIXGEB. I hereby announce myself as an Independent candidate for the office of Sherif...

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. — 10 October 1879

" -J 4MTY THE IOLA 1EGISTER. SUPPLEMENT. ITEMS OF INTEREST. . Personal and Literaiy. The Saturday Revieto says that " in the region of pure mathematics the late Professor Clifford was one of the first fire or six original thinkers in Europe. As an expounder to unscientific people of the foundations of science and -philosophy he was almost without a rival." Mr. Matthew Arnold, when elected to the chair of poetry in Oxford Univer sity, remarked, with characteristic irony, how pleased he was to be a pro fessor, and to enjoy the same title borne by those distinguished men, Professor Pepper, Professor Bcckwith, the swim mer, and Professor Anderson, the Wizard of the North. A Philadelphia lady is the owner of a valuable relic in the shape of a manu script copy of Wesley's Hymns in the handwriting of their author. The book descended to this lady from her grand father, to whom it was given in partial payment of a debt by the son of the man who printed the lir-st edition of the hymns. Judge ...

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. — 10 October 1879

:&&&$afctj"i4& '-jTSsK1- awwiw. - irt f " - we ? i.?ir. . .. . . ...--. sfwwi , f ISjtk- SHARED. '. I said It In the meadow-path I say it on the mountain-stairs The best things that any-mortal hath Aie those which every mortalaharea. Tho air we breathe the sky the breeze - The light without ns and within Life, with its unlocked treasuries God's riches are for all to win. -The gross is softer to my tread For rest it yields unnumbered feet; Sweeter to me the wild-rose red, Because she makes the whole world sweet "into your, heavenly loneliness Ye welcomed me, O solemn peaks! And me In every guest you bless Who reverently your mystery seeks. -And up tho radiant peopled way That opens into worlds unknown, It will be life's delight to say, " Heaven is not heaven for me alone." Klch through my brethren's poverty I Such wealth were hideous! I am blest Only in what they share with me, In vtlutt I share with all the rest. Lucy Larcom, in Good Company. THE THREE DEATHS. Lay th...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 10 October 1879

winw -! yg-y 1 ?iet?$ftSpt?iMfefl- II ii i 8f f w t 'A 4 S- sif m? f rS 4J l-ft J "-I THE REGISTER, bH-jH.-.Mi.iw. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1879. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER L. L. ft O. R. R. TIME-TABLE. GOING XOBTH. PASSENGER. -. -12:03 P. if. FREIGHT. 2:35 P. H. GOING SOUTH. PAS8ENGER. 4:07 P. M. FREIGHT. - 1:00 P. u. Close connection made at Kansas City, and through tickets for sale to all East era points. J. E. LOCKWOOD, Gen. Ticket Agent. R. S. Ayhes, Local Agt. Tie "sere and yellow taaf ' is here. A shower, short and sweet, Monday. Warm October weather we're haying GREAT IHDUCEME5TS AT THE New Store. NEXV GOODS AT NCGLURE'S OftE PRICE Cash. Store. We are just receiving our Fall Stock and say without fear of contra diction when all in it will be one of the best se lected Stoclts of DRY GOODS BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND GAPS CLOTHING & NOTIONS in south mm 'i Surprising Prices In Ladies, Misses and Childrens Wliite, Color ed and v Fancy Hosiery. fHra. Whitney Is taring her house painte...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 10 October 1879

WWWrMiMW',IWIHB THE IOIA REGISTER. IOLA. t : KANSAS GEXERAL BREVITIES. Widows in Nevada are exempt from taxation to the extent of 1,000. A mas in Jessamine Comity, Ky., raictl five watermelons that weighed 335 poujuls. Lucia Zakate, the midget, and her parents have returned to Jlexico, taking witli thcinj it is said, a snug fortune. Three iiukdkeu agricultural tenants, in Tippcrary, Ireland, have refused to pay the ftuTamount of their rent, and disturbances are feared. Jlit. Hazard of Vancluse, It. I., gave a lawn party to the spirits of his dead relatives. "lie says that among the guests were his late wife and daughter. If you wanted to go from London to Scotland yon could do it for less than $'20, yet every one of Queen Victoria's journeys to Balmoral costs the nation $10,000. F. Cnositr of JIilford,N. II., recently came near losing his cysight by opening a bottle of ammonia "which had been standing in the heat. He was sightless for a day. A picture-frame in a dealer's win dow in ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 17 October 1879

wgmmmmmm&&m;&Z5 THE IOLA i REGISTER. ii- . '.3 V -k wr- yolume xm. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, OCTOBER 17, 1879. NUMBER 43. I, .r n J ? y - iff tS- ' p , W 3- i i - "1 t$i$Ut. V . - .. T H-A PERKINS. FRIDAY METROPOLITAN Drug Store. gpfagjPdk Price $2.00 per year. U.TES OF ADVERTISING. finches..., J, column X column. 1 column. . 250 350 COO 10 00 iSl"'"1 00'1 ' ' : 00!$7 601 110 S 00 6 00 0 00 15 00 90 2 5? H 00 SO 00 35 8 00 12 00 00 4)00 65 15 00 25 00 1 40 00 1 65 OO IfO iSSi.t:5:J?CEStcacent8Pr uo first ln 2SS2nilflvS.C6nt8 R"M 'or each snb Sn2? Lin!rtIonV JSF description of H M Jncy fob PrUting done with neatness and dispatch. """ w,vu A complete stock of CHURCH SOCIETIES. PBESBXTEBIAN. !iS2S,eiUra5iBon Avenue and Western 52i fte?Mn,K,atn - m- and 7X pm. every Sabbath. Sabbath-school at 9: a. ml rE&L rlnec"P every Wednesday evening. M yon haven't a list of the prayer meeting toptcs.Bsktbeleaderforone. StrangerTail 'velewae to all these services. E. S. Miller, Pas...

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 October 1879

TEffiT REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER OFCOUHTY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 171879:' H. A. PESKINS, Editor. TEEMS : One year, in advance, Six months, in advance, -Three month?. In advance $2 00 1 00 50 $3Oar readers, in repining to advertisements in The ItcciSTzn, jriH confer a favor by-stating to the advertisers that they saw the advertisement in The Iola Ueoistsu. ANNOUNCEMENTS. To The Eixctous of Aiakn- County: It Rtmiiig probable that, at tins Lite Reason, there .will be no political conventions for the purpose nfmqlinfrtinniin!tlinnt. 1 ntllinUIlCe tllVetlf AS U candidatcffor re-ilectiou to the office of Judge of ,the 7lh Judicial District. IC. W, TAI.COaTu Scptembcrtth.lsT'i. I am a candidate for re-election to the oWce of Shenffof Alien county. ,,: ALBEItr HODGSON. I announce iuyelfa? a candid ite for JuJgc the 7lh Judicial District L. W. KEPLIXGEB. I hereby announce raj self as an Independent candidate for the oflice of shenffor Allen county, Kansas. Wii C. IIMASUEK. REPUBLICAN TICKET. ForTrea...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 17 October 1879

Ili. V1- ''ir-?- THE IOIA REGISTER. 8UPP1YEM R NT. ITEMS OF HfTEBJEST. Personal and Literary. " Chuda " adopted her nom de plume from her own childish pronuncia tion of her name Louisa, though it also corresponds to the French slang phrase, " Why, certainly." She is ol French parents, but of -English birth. Wm. Morris, the English poet, has a sort of house-furnishing place of busi ness, and in his store ho makes ont de signs for wall paper for wealthy and fas tidious families. He does a great deal of work for stylish houses, his best pat terns being in 'green and gold. Morris is 45 years old. Dr. Rosa Welt, a young Viennese lady, has shown herself to be so learned and practical that she has been ap pointed by hernniversity that of Bern Assistant Lecturer to Professor Pfluger in the branch of ophthalmology, in which she has made Very advanced studies. ' A great scheme is under way in England for the publication of a new and stupendous dictionary of the English language, to make four ...

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. — 17 October 1879

HHffswssa iaiss , , , , i i i . , v, , , ' --V v iMtf-ttSftits&wfiw'" V v -" ""? -r- S - -- -t -I iS"?-?"" rS- 3t-, , - j 'rf- -t -,' : ., if NOT MINE.. IX I had ckosen life's pathway, Not this, not this. It would have been one of roses, Of earth-born bliss. So shadow should e'er have fallen Save sunset rest; The sunshine been ever golden ; The daylight blest. But now I pass through a valley bo dork, so drear. With thorns and briers around me, And clouds of fear ; Where no dancing sunbeams enter Xo azure light, For shadows fly not with morning That come with night. If I had chosen life's labor. Not mine, not mine, I should have climbed a lofty path. Where stars entwine. Or sailed o'er a glittering sea ftf fam nntnlll. Whose foaming waves dash proud and hum O'er sands of gold. But here in the lowlands I toil With tired hands slow; I bear but the streamlet's murmur, 'Its babbling flow. I nee no pageant, no glitter, Of pomp or state. But with earthwork mists around me I work and wa...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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