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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 6 August 1880

- Afc zrg t Px54" s i?:K?5: - li-csr- :. T LiSl''1 75JE? AS-rjV' . -. sP " -uzj- a- sf. !rf "- - ?-, C9," r&t- 2 flE ts&&'. w4sKJ SKKSL. ?M-r-,'Vffl -. - nii An act to enable counties, towu ships'and cities to aid in the construc tion of railroads, and to rereil seetion eight of chapter thirty-nine of the laws of 1874. . " Took eftect February 26, 1nT tation of the foregoiug petition and such other conditions as maybe deem ed advisable by the authority ordering such election to the chairman of the board or to the mayor of the city, shall may be specified in the petition or prop osition herein mentioned. Whenever any sum of the foregoing taxes, collected for interest or sinking fund, shall remain in the hands of the Be it enacted 6y the Legislature of der shall embrace the terms and con- convene and make an order, which or- treasurer, after paying all the interest tfie State of Kansas. Whenever .two-fifths of the resident tax-payers of any couuty, or two-fifths of the res...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 6 August 1880

-:3$ C3S m irf i-L- Smmraji feC-iC- 'sv -J- -f r , feiS-!ivv-tf.rt-iS j-jji-s-jjn. v-v-- ? tfMSaSHIUVkDcv ig? jzp&&&&8&&jz:?r " - gS::?iSSBHg - GOODS ifewiUmgtr stake -w ofeputMion that it is 2J ;- i& i ..; tJie iriiosteffimplete and anwmesWselected stocks &rflblet&f "discount arm- VV- ve;&eein print. sfeafefe MiS.STSrr- I'EsSKiBCWW' receiving iKr-s?! swehof S;th pmiNG EJB"p"g"tf JffirasSSi-i mtm&oft Mens and ur1a'-r2-i - A A 77 - 7 iiyJMivith prices to sumMOwini to the over M&iAMf4f our room ' W0oad$ynust selL s5Wr m-iSW;YJlu'J,iMKiM.jJM. vr rrravQivnir ar Boots and Shoes, tSfUalitp any; line in SmUemr Kansas for mMmtiiij., sintte ana quan- Wffi&Calf Boot or JfrtftoiicShoe. give me a cfflwtmbreL purchasing aiwwuVsiluarantee sat tsmeiwn,. s w-' ?- 4NfeWF HAVE FULL LINE iMT'sMnd Caps-, i?5ffsf m mSMfbrfeu and'Bois: ofMtfie fmost approved "..&.?:.&' j ? 1J tfSf "5$. . .- sass&f &r& W07iMve a.fempieces of CAWP3BX?f...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 6 August 1880

, - W" iSyftt&fr' ' "So- SSt iT4 THE IOLA REGISTER. NMIala Zroy TiUm.y. IOLA.1- - - - - KANSAS. TOPICS OF THE DAT. News from Everywhere. PERSONAL. AND POLITICAL. Grar. Hancock, in addition to his present duties, has been assigned to the command of the Department of the South during the temporary absence of Brig. -Gen. Augur. A fusion has been effected in Maine of the Democratic and Greenback Electoral tickets, upon the basis of four Greenbackers to three Democrats. The, Ohio Greenbackers have nomi nated a State ticket as follows: Secretary of State, Charles A. Lloyd, of Seneca; Su preme Judge, D. W. C. Louden, of Brown County; Clerk of Supreme Court, Charles Bowsall, of Columbiana; Member of Board of Public Works, Amos Boberts, of Knox County; School Commissioner, B B. Smart, of Boss County. The Kansas State Labor-Greenback Convention was held at Topeka on the 28th. Judge J. A. Vrooman, of Greenwood Coun ty, was nominated for Governor; H. L. Phillips, of Marion, for Lieutenant-G...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 6 August 1880

"f? pmK-bri jya jsaKsySyggjSu HsKrflK "St t tT -5 " ?-. sSHti- ? tfj- - s. , w I E 3"Ff T9T Jf Sft T- , -cr- THE; I01?A EE&IST-ER. Pi&liiked Every Friday. TOLA. KANSAS. CRT FOR S4IN. t O, tor the sound of rain ' Bashing; against the pane, Or beating upon the rooff why does it hold aloof, Taking; no heed Of all our need? The fainting earth Through the dearth Too weak to cry, JLifts herglazed eye. Toward the sky Imploringly. The rivers creep Down to the deep Languid and slow, As loath to go. Brown and dead On its dusty bed Lies the grass; And one grieves At the wilted leaves On the trees. High overhead JHang3 the sun blood red, Or sinks to his bed Like molten fire; And the moon Does wax and wane, But brings no rain, Till our de3ire, Grown a prayer, Fills the air. O blessed rain Come again! O clouds, overflow! O Heaven, bestow "With bounteous hand, Throughout the land, The promised rain I Springfield (Mass.) Republican. CAUGHT IN A QUICKSAND. It is now quite a number of years ....

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 6 August 1880

jf '-C:x' ",'vw'f; t M-y EairXawa Notes. ' Some tine -ego James Armstrong got -- a tittle-dissatisfied with home and mo uot ed ose of bis father's horses and took a .tour of two weeks' length through the .Iniiau-Xerritory but when he was out of money and guile hungry be put in an -appearance .in tune to vote the bonds. -A- Now -York sheep raiser is building a new house west of Amos. Paake's. W. P.Gonreli and John McNaught and sisters iiave got home from their ' visit. They came home strapped, as Sot cash, but had a large jug with them. R, B. Stevenson and Miss Cole, of Tola, w were out here last Sunday. Horace Normington has been sick. Mr. Miller, who bought out W. Smith, 'claims to have passed through an eight -inch vein of cannel coal while digging a well. All of our pronuaent men will be :the polls all day acthe bond .election and will eject any Humboldt men who has a Mvordtosay. We know Humboldt and tits people. It is coiaaesed of such as " 'iRough and Ready," or the Independent...

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. — 13 August 1880

W 7 ' 5-- : .' v IQQr: REGISTER, " NO. 34 WL. XIV. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, AUGUST 13, 1880 ' OUR ANNOUNCEMENT. 33 OFFICIAL PA PEE OF ALLEN C0USTI.2 OFFICIAL PAPER OF Till: CITY OF IOLA. Advertising.Rates. ej'ACK. I w'KiswtlJrao. Iomo.l0mo.ll v jrao.i 1 inch 2 incites... : inches .'4 column.. ia column., j column... $1 IX)! J 00 a:o a .-.0 81 .vi tti OC, 5"i tO ) 7 r cool 10 00 8 JU) 12 00 12 00 25 00 37 SO $10 15 20 :5 (5 100 2 no 30G 500 10(0 13 00 20 00 U (Kl 10 (Kl 8 IM 13 VJ 40 0.1 23 Odl 40 00 U5 00 Subscription. Rates. Onecopy one ear. $2.00 One copy six months , 1 00 IhK-e liinhtlis, ro rents. Six weeks, 25 cents. .Single copy, 5 cents. - II. A. Pzuku, Prop. CHURCH DIRECTORY. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Corner of Jefleion Avenue and Broadway St. ei P iec every s.iubath at ll4a.m. ami 7::5.l . m. J.tss meeting iiumcdiatelv utter the morning eiviee. bunday school t 'MM a. in., W. II. l.i.en- Superintendent. Freyer meeting every 'lliursduy evening at 7:10 p. in. strangers and iaiio...

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. — 13 August 1880

, 4&igj$&ggbt8& ggSS3SW4aP J THE IOLA REGISTER ttaMtaned Ererjvl'ridaj.' f jy ? v. IOLA. - -v -s- -KAN8AS. TOPICS OF THE DAY. News from Everywhere. PERSONAL AMD POUTICAIi. The first State election of the year took place in Alabama ton Monday, Aug. 2. Besides State officers and Representatives in Congress there were chosen members of the Legislature that will elect a United States Senator. In opposition to the regular Dem ocratic ticket was one made up by a fusion of Republicans, Greenbackers and Inde pendents. Returns from the principal cities and towns.received up to midnight of the 2d, indicated that the straight Democratic ticket was chosen by about 50,000 majority. No disturbances were .reported. Representative Stevenson has een renominated for Congress by the Dem ocrats and Greenbackers of the Thirteenth Illinois District. The Democrats of the Third Missouri District have renominated Hon. B Graham Frost for Congress. Rev. Edward Payson Adams, pas tor of the Presbyte...

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. — 13 August 1880

r THE IOLA EEGISTEB. PaMfalteel Erery Friday. IOLA. A SOMNOLENT VAGARY. As Idle dreamer, an Idle dream, A napping sua and abreeze at play: A ragrant shadow, a drowsy stream, A lazy, loiterinp, summer day. ' A bold-eyed sunflower In vulgar rags. A knot of weed) with a sailor air; A pumpkin-vino with its gaping bags. To catch what specie the sun can spare. A spider winding his silver keep To hold as hostage a fly or two: A robin rocking himself to sleep. Serenely reckless that notes are dae. A butterfly-boat on a wave of air, With all itssatlny sails unfurled, For port in a blossom here and there, The busiest things In this idle world. A gossipy com-fleld, making weird, Fantastic bows in a languid way, A tawny upland, with unshorn beard. Gone fast asleep with the sultry day. The sky is teem mar with restless ghosts From Mount Olympus and days of old; Thsv flit and vnnUb, and lo, the hosts Or Jason, seeking the fleece of gold. As sweet a fable as one can find is Oh, say ftv H. O. KnawJ...

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. — 13 August 1880

IOLA REGISTER. TKKHS-: One rear, in advance , .--..Sa-Oto Six months, in advance . uuu Three months, in advance, 1 56 S3-OHr readers, in replying to adverlitemtntKin THE KKGI6TEB, VflU cejer a javor oy iioiuu iv the advertisers that they, saw the advertisement in The Iola Bkgister! OFFICIAL PAPER QF COUNTY. H. A. PERKJJtS, EDITOR. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN-TICKEX For President, J AS. A. GARFIELDj. Vice President, C. A. AliXMUit; Senatorial Convention.. The Republicans of the 17th Senatorial J)igtt,, consisting of Anderson and Allen counties, vwlll hold a delegate convention at uarp9W,,oiiRBt 35th of August, 1880, at.l:30p. m,, forjthiftBnrr nnKP.nfnnttinir in-nomination a. candidataiftn Senator from said .districtt The cpimtie&, com posing the district entitled to representation as follows: t , A ,. , . Anderson county:- Walter townsWplvJiin coln. 1; Rich, 1;. Ozark,.!; Iudian, Greek, lj Keeder, 1 ; Washington, ; , Jackson, ,1 j utnian , 1; Monroe, 2. . , , -. ,. Allen county: Geneva ...

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. — 13 August 1880

J.'W.MCcLTTEE r J3ALLS THE ATTENTION Of All Who Buy ' Staple and Fancy DRY GOODg IOLA REGISTER. ; FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1880. TK. C., X & S. R. R. TIME TABIJB. f.OING 013II. ' PXSEGEn-Doily . .. . . . 12 19 p. m. THROUGH FREISftr-DaiJV . ... 3 3o A. M. WATTFREIGHT, Daily excegt Sunday 3 li p.m. nnivfi snrai. PASEXGEU-DallvV. 3 1 , P. -. THROUGH TREIGHT Daily. . ... . g $ WAT FREIGHT, Daily except SnndaylS ! IS i . m . rinK connections made nt Kansas Cit ana tlmousU tickets for sale to all eastern points. Weave willing to stake our reputation that it is the most complete and and. dest selected stocks ah fir brought to this mar- hat. and as forvrices we 7 are abVe to discount any- t fling: we see in prim. We are also receiving a large stock of CLOTHING 'Consisting of Mens' and Boys9 suits of all grades and stifles ivith prices to suit. Owing to the over crowding of our room these goods must sell. l.OAL MATTERS. 'Btulnttt LacaJt under Ihtt heading among editorial notuuvUtbe rharged Fi...

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. — 13 August 1880

Hew Ike Cew I t Her Tail. People who hare cows to sell take them to King's cattle yards on Monday morning, ana people who want to bny cows go there to select their animals. There is always" a big crowd and any amount of chaffing. Cows of all color, ages, shapes and sizes are tied to the fences, and the owner will take his oath that nothing but a mortgage on his farm could have induced him to part with his favorite. The other Monday the sport of the yard was a cow with a tail about a foot and a half long. The weather was awful hot and the flies plenty, and she not only worked that old stub for all it was worth, but made it pretty lively for insects with her hind feet. "I see smiles and hear laughter,1' said the owner as he faced the crowd, " but .this very bob-tailed cow is worth, any four in the yard. She don't look finished out with that stumpy-tail, but here is another case wherein the inven tive genius of man can overcome the lost forces ,of nature. ' ' He thereupon deftly affixe...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 13 August 1880

13 -( rsr ) l If -r HOME, FAMIAUD ttABDEJI. Banre applied to the roots of crap vines affected by the grapes rotting, has Deen found to completely eradicate the rot. A subscriber hands in the following, as a sure cure for chicken cholera: Boil the root of the Burdock to a syrup. Mix with meal and feed to the fowls. It is said that guinea-fowls will keep insects of every description off garden stock. They will not scratch liki other lowls, or harm the most delicate plants. Spiced Plums. Four pounds brown sugar, seven pounds plums, one pint cider vinegar, one nutmeg grated, one tablespoontul each of cinnamon, cloves, alspice. Boil all slowly two hours.. Apple Iloat. Prepare twelve ap ples as for sauce; when cold add the whites of two eggs well beaten,' then beat the whole tail stiff. Make a soft custard with the yelks of tho two eggs and put the apple mixture on the cus tard. To Clean Steel Ornaments. To clean steel ornaments, dip a small brush into some paraffin oil and then into some...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 13 August 1880

s i? K r FIVE CENTS nERUXE. ' Advertisement! net exceeding Ten, Lines can be in- sertei under this heeding fir FivejcenU per line far ,eackpbliceHon. "Lost," "Fonnd.v Wanted," -"To Rent," Etc., vnu bejouna here. We have a speedy and positive care for Catarrh, Diptheria, Canker 'Mouth, and Head Ache, ia Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. A nasal IJector free with each bottle. Use it ifyoa desire health and.' cetsw breath. Price 50 cents. Sold by B. B. Stevenson Iola, Kans. Stnn That Camch "" BVCcroiac to the reliable and well known drug stand of J. W. Scott and buyinjc n $1.00 bottle of 'Green Mountain Cough Balsam. If, after using "two-thirds, you get no relief, return the balance and get your money back. See advertisement in this paper. A Strange People. ? J)o you know that there are strange people in "our community, we say strange because they seem to prefer to suffer and pass their days mis- erably, made so by Dyspepsia and Liver Com plaint, Indigestion Constipation and General Debility, w...

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. — 20 August 1880

y . mJfjA REGIS 1 Jy. geagpM""' "" " T II sjm m i' V0L.X1T. IOL A, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, AUGUST 20, 1880 NO. 35 n J .i. )Jt 0 'y N oux AmromrcEMENT. S30FFICUI. FAWE W ALU CfCSTT.j Urt'ICllL rAVXBOFTMECITT ttLJU Aayavtisiaa; Kates. "PATB. in SWkjlBO. imo.fGmo. 3 7 50 IX J inch... h :! inches.... twl 10 IS so us 109 7 20 M 08 lew. nee is mi ao oe .; inches.... " column. . Si column. . 2M IN 30 Mi l '-olumu...J 25 W 40 00 40 63 00 SthMriyttra Ratee. . One copy oae year ,, 02 60 One copy ix mouths... ' "" im Ulrru; nimfths, 50 ceirttL Six weeks, derate. Miiglecopy,5ceU. fi. A. Pkskixs, Prop. CMURCH DIRECTORS'. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Comer of Jefferson Avenue and Broad war St. .?en icesvery Sabbath attl a.m. and 7iSu u. m lass meeting iiumediatelv -after the morning j-ervioa, Sunday' chool t fl:30 a. ra., W. H. ; .-3upenniPBuoi. j-vayer meeting cverv ilimxiay evening at 7:30 . m. StraHgers and utoK9 the city and all offers cordially in it id to wlwese services. IKT.SiaiXFKnvii.LB, Pastor. ...

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. — 20 August 1880

r'.rrii'iiiii'iiii imi(wiiimi i MMrMirVi,'SyT'ifjiffiHM i rrmmm-viriBKw:ttm r iTTiiiiiiminTfrnj inji". ifAwnia,i i rri7VMiMii !?" J nam QgHafr. J.4 ..".. tivrinww'i'iw Ssme Proceedings f llaBe-Ki fiabe . JUD. uNFnasifcD Under this headuie Committee on Inland Navigation made their report on the case'of 'Brother Ennanc'erSrainttnsi a r mm SiriCSKII. N.j. uflnai who was,charged by several white per sons with" ft having taken a jug of vine gar from a grocery store. The com mittee'sTeport was folTand exhaustive and concluded as follows: r 44 Brudder Simmons.had -no .difficulty in 'stafclishin' de fack datjie had a cab bage under "his -arm" when 'he entered dat grocery. He placed dat cabbage, on de counter besidei de jug. j When the went out he war i talkin?F pollyticksan? his mind war'bnswid de Presidential queshun. . In a moment of absentJ-mlnd-ednessTie picks tip de jug instead. of de cabbage1 an1, walks out an' Bat's? de ' long an 'short of de story. Itanide "opinyun'of Tdis committee...

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. — 20 August 1880

J . There are highly nervous or sensi tive individuals who think they are ben efited by insulating their bedstead 'from the floor. Their experience leads .them to believe that without insulation"' their magnetic forces are drawn off. They have tried it both ways. Without in-, sulation they arise in the morning feel ing a sense of lassitude and an inability to enter upon the duties of thedar; With insulation they arise fulTbf en ery and ready for any task. The insu lation is effected by using either thick plate glass or pieces of rubber under the feet of the bedstead. There are those whose sleep is not only more re freshing but more unbroken when this plan is pursued. W&wonlotherefore commend this experiment to those who are either wakeful .or unrefreshed by sleep. Dn. Footers. Health Monthly for August. A recent report from the German Consul-General at Moscow gives some information concerning the manu facturing, industries of Russia. There" are about 15,000 factories in the empi...

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. — 20 August 1880

"QAM?- IOLA REGISTER. OTTEW'S NOTICE -.TObFABMEBS ! TEEar&: Oueyaac, in advance, $2 60 Kivmnntha: in advance J 00 R"" 'Jfhree months, ia advance, 60 V3Our readers, in repining to advertisements in The Skgi8TH, will confer m favor by, Hating to tM adtertitrrs. that they sate the advertisement in 'Cius lovx Rkgisteb. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUKTY. H. A. PERKUiS. EDITOR. NATIONAJUREPUBLICAN TICKET For Pt-esideaUJAS. A. GARFIELD. Vice-President, .0. A. ARTHUR. For Cogressman...'.IK C. HA8KELL. f Senatorial Convention The Republicans oC the 17th Senatorial Dist., consisting of Andevaos, and Allen counties will hold a delegate convention at Garnett, on Vie 1th of August, 1830,. l:30p. m., for the-pur-pose of patting in nomination a. candidate-tor Senator from said U&$clct. The counties com posing thedislleawentitiedto reyresentiou k J as follows: ? Anderson county: Walker township, 1; Ua,- coin. J; Rich,. I Ozark, I; Indian Creek ? Reeder, 1; Washington, 1; Jackson, 1; Putnam,. 1 ; Mon...

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. — 20 August 1880

) J."W.MCcLTJEE r CALLS THE ATTENTION Of AU Who Buy Staple ani Fancy DRY GOODS We are willing to stake &ur reputati&n that it is the most complete and and best selected stodks ever brought to this mar Tie, and as for prices we m'b able to discount any thing we see in print, i We ar& also receiving utitrge stock of CLOTHING f Go7ivisfiiiibg of M&nsfemd Boys' suits of all grades and'-stifles with prices to suitl Owing to the over ermcMng of our- room these goods must sell. OUR STOCK OF Boots and Shoes, Are equal to amj dine in Southern Kansas: for quality, style and qtweon tity. Gents if you wmnt a jo. 1 VaLf JJooQ or Button Shoe, give me a call deforce purchasing and will guarantee- sat isf action. - - WE HAVE A FULL. LINE Hats and Caps, Both for Men and Boys, of. the most approved styles. We have a few pieces of CARPET of the latest patterns and at remomh affle low figures. OUR STOCK OF VASSIMERES, JEANS, and' SATLYMETTS, are just what is wanted for Spring ana summer...

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. — 20 August 1880

rn f I IOLA TJTTITGirpTiTJ Ilj Ijlol Lit. Published Every Friday. - "KANSAS TOT,A. TOriCS, OF THE DAY. News from .Everywhere. PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. Edward W. Robertson has been re nominated for Congress by the Democrats of the Sixth Louisiana District. Hon. J. S. Bil lin, Democratic nominee for Congress, Third Louisiana District, has, on account of dissat isfaction, withdrawn and a new Convention has been ordered. - Representative Glabdt has been renominated for Congress by the Democrats of the First Missouri District. PresidenxTayes left Washington pn the 10th, to attend the Soldiers' Beunion at Columbus, O. r The Secretary of the National Prohi bition Committee asserts that the Prohibi tory party will put an electoral ticket before the voters ofWenty States. The New Mexico Democratic Terri torial Convention nominated Hon. Miguel Otero for Delegate to Congress. . The Democratic majority in Alabama is likely to reach or exceed 75,000. , Messrs. Porter and Landers, the Republican a...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 20 August 1880

fckyirAarJAn Tanya jr 71 ira- frzzr- - aasgKw&ia3vtirmiTsrrr nc-iC-'sa sa "h? rnrnrT g go&i iJh' ' "' sV - I, !i. ,, . f . aas ; f: t i if j ) ' t x. i "tta t i -th tfii -n i. f , t H' L. jr m r THE IOMEfeMEB; i y u PHbllahedETery Fridayr $ ,IOLA. KAN?AS. ' 'LOST AND FdU2fDlH" I xosrtbe brook as it wound Its way , f Idke a thread of silver Jiue; , oSSr ,tf?d vaUhy thro I"" TiirrTil " . """ view; i ,&?" affa nobler river, Host thn tim? uwvl tK t o- j: WitkmaiiTaBtehandtear, vJft?1 wait tnro sunshine and cold ?. , J!11 Kreen to appear; But surely after many Ion days , , The blossom and fruit will come, -and the reapers on high the sheaves will raise For a joyful harvest home. I lost the life that grew by my own . Sot a short sweet summer day, , Am then it left me to wander alone, -And silently passed away.; -But I know I shall find it further on. Though not as it left me here, ! For the shadows and mists .will have passed and gone, , ... . - ,. IshaUseet fan-and clear. in,...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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