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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 16 December 1881

s5? Continued Jrom Third Page.' Is estimated that 15 per cent of the number of claims now pending wl.l be rejected or aban loii!:rt. Thu would secure the probable re .1"clionof 31.010 cases, and the probable ad-tois-iou of about 14,300 claims, all of which in yolvethepaymentof urreara of pension. With tn present toree employed, the number of ad-jitdicuion-cemuming the same, and no new Oimne-s interveiumr, tuo number of claims (Wl.Outy could bd acted upon in a period uj i year, and taking January 1,1834, sut u near period from which to estimate in Mien ca-je an average amount of arrears, it is found that every case allowed would require :.or the first payment upon it the sum of $1,350. Jliiltipl ins this amount by the whole num-'in-rof ptooaljie admissions jjiea $250,000,000 as the sum tvqtiired for the first payments, hurepre-cnt-i the sum which must be paid upon ciains Inch were tiled before Julyl, JS0, and are now pending and entitled to the iienelitJ of Hie Arrears act. From this...

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. — 16 December 1881

Htir a Handful ef Memited Felice Keep a Host T Redskins to Awe. The special correspondent ot the Lon don Times, who made the Northwest tour with Lord Lome, praises up the mounted police, of whom (he savs)'vit would be difficult to speak too highly. Lord Lome, always very keen in mili tary matters since the 'days when he himself worked con amort in a volun teer artillery corps, and for an amateur, therefore, an unusually good judge, E renounced them " as fine a troop as e ever saw." They are ludicrously underhanded for the ground they have to cover, and the number of Indians and white men, often more unmanagea ble than Indians, whom they are ex pected to keep in order. They are 800, and the Indians may be counted by tens of thousands. Yet, if a crime be com mitted out on the prairie, a handful of mounted police seize the criminal, a chief it may be, surrounded by his tribe, and carry him off to the nearest fort as coolly as a policeman would take up a pickpocket in Cheapside. Not lon...

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. — 16 December 1881

rfr-ry?KS $ HEW STORE! HEW TOWIH! DeHart & Son 83Have lust completed their Store-tS S3-Kulldingat-JJ0RAN, and-fa JC?"arenow opening ontv5 EJ-a first-class 8tock2 DRY GOODS and GROCERIES, NOTIONS, jBate ara Caps, Boots and Shoes, Hardware, Glassware Tinware, Etc., Etc. We realize the scarcity among farmers the present season, and are makln? our prices to suit. Quick Sales, Mnall Profits, Square Dealing, and Cash Basis, onr motto. Give us a call an'l briug your wives along. We are sure to please yon. PMflce Taten in Exchange for Geefo Q-Bemomber'the name and place. - DeHART&SON, Moran, Kas. L. B. ROACH, DEALEB I2T AGRICULTURAL &u MPLEMENT Of all Kinds. CULTIVATORS, PLOWS, HARROWS, WIND MILLS, Sewing Machines, BUGGIES, SPBIN& WAGONS, Newton Wagons, PUMPS, AND Sulky Plows with Breaker Bottoms. nave also added PIANOS AND 0RG1NS. 53-Rcmember we keep every thins in the line of FARMING IMPLEMENTS. Gheus a call and see what I can do. BAETELS BROS., Manufacturers of and Dealor...

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 December 1881

- -r V if. IOLA REGISTER. VOL. XVI. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS. DECEMBER 23, 1S81. NO.l BOWLUS HAS JUST SECURED 100,000.00 to Loan - AT - Only Seven per Cent Annual Merest! These are the Yeijy Best rates Ever Offered in Allen County. inT REMEMBER, the interest is payable only once a year, and None in Advance. t- ANDERSON & "Would say to WJ! ARE BQJJITB TO BE AT THEEM NT! 9&It Low Pricejjjind Square Dealing will entitle us to that sfcad.- -We are daily USTIEW STOCK: - FOR FALL AND First, our GENTS'- PUENISHING GOODS, oaSSS&a, BOOTS AND SHOES, In these goods we The Largest, Cheapest and Finest .Assortment ever laid before the people of price and take 03ffES I.IO3 TO ALL. We thank our friends for their past LUMBER! - AND All Hinds of Building Material, To tb056 Contemplating Building : am daily receiving from my Pinery, in Wiscon sin, all the Lumber manufactured from said timber, which comes here assorted, thereby giving the purchaser the opportunity of getting the same cla...

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 December 1881

X? V y A Man Who Can Unhinge Ererj Jelnt ia His Boij. The announcement that Mr. Charles :H. Warren, the celebrated contortion ist, would give an exhibition before the students at the Erie-Street Medical Col lege yesterday morning found a Herald reporter in the amphitheater at the ap pointed hour. The affair was certainly a marvelous exhibition of muscular ac tivity and change. Mr. Warren is a .surgical, physiological and anatomical phenomenon. The display which he made of dislocations and displacements of internal organs suggested continual ly the question, is he human? Mr. Warren is, in his line, undoubt edly, the greatest wonder ever brought before the medical profession. The fact that Dr. Hamilton has devoted several pages to his case in his NewSurgery" is ample guarantee that his contortions Are really phenomenal and worthy the -consideration of medical science. Con--cerning him, Dr. Hamilton says: " I think it may be safely said that if Mr. Warren does not dislocate his hips, t...

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 December 1881

THE'IOLl REGISTER Published tEvexyFriday. IOLA, KAN5A. AT CHRISTMAS TIME. Though fields and meadows brown and bare The ermined cloaks of winder wear, And breezes blowing sharp and cold Proclaim the year is frrowinjr old; The embers iriow upon the hearth; Within the house Is cbeerfal mirth; ,And through the world the joy-bells chime At Christmas time I At Christmas time, old wrongs forgot, Past feuds and fears remembered not. We meet and greet the faithful friends Who for life's losses make amends. All evil passions we subdue; All kindly graces we renew; Peace-rand good-will are In their prim At Christmas time! As travelers on their Journey stop To view the scene from mountain top, 80 on this height we pause and feel The airs of heaven around us steaL Rich with the scent of Eden flowers: New songs we sing; new life is ours And love, and Hope, and Joy sublime At Christmas time! 'SELL AND TOM." I A Holiday Stery. "Washington Star! New York Her ald! Times! Tribune! and Baltimore America...

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 December 1881

if J- r" - -v "& - IOLA REGISTER. Oh year, faadaaec,....4U... fS 96 Six months, la advance; , 1 00 Three moatas, la adfaana , -90 CfOwr rtrnttn, 1m, nptjlug to t&tertUmtnt in Tan Raot.STCR, wUt-cimjer fmMr by ttating to tkt tfrpiUcrt OM the x tke iSverttim in Tapt Iola Kuiam. OFFICIAL PAPER OF qOUJCTY. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 38, 1881, Much advene criticism is being made upon Sf . John's proclamation by the press of the State. Senator Plumb does not believe In the demonetization of silver, In which opinion the west will heartily concur, The doctors of Burlington are quar reling over the question whether they had scarlet fever at that place this fall. In their communications they succeeded in securing a large amount of free puffing for themselves. The last railroad scheme is for a charter to build from some point in Missouri via Bich HfiJ, Mound City, Humboldt and Fredonia to some point farther west, This news we get from the Fredonia Citizen, ,who promises further news after hearin...

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. — 23 December 1881

u mmmmmmm - THE1 BEST LINIMENTS FOB HA1T -AND BEAST. ? 9 n Aaut 4lMaA l 11m1 f wlli . lM MexlcanMnataiigrTJnfmeiithasDeeri1 Kiitiwii roanwiioutiKU over uivjroria ne tin) anly.sofo.xcli&uce. for lir.rajier of ucldeu;s and vain. Jt Hh. modlcJne (TUmta IV fcsu initpniio tlwj best eft its. Mkd.'j For . very :oi ai ui ixlcruul pain utc 'II Jill l t t t iMnstnnff I.ininu'i't i vrl:lKTitnn,ccnal. I It peiietrntr-t'flr-h nut! innsclo tot Uio tery botte making tho ccntinn-l nneo o: pnm i tto-uiimmuiatloii innji. sil)lr. Its effects unon Unman Fionh uoil f giW.urMiiCT(rnu":t tiro c oj any roiiwci ifuL TluvMolcna .. ' 7 "f-., Linjui-ni ',z ,rrlol. ly Fmnobody lab vi,iy.iKJs. jiv-cryi.iKivi .-" news or th'snt'Siiv or.".n,:i.lK-Jl'.l lur 'lUVli.i!, or rlienmi't ijt martyr-i" r' SLdIOiI. or a va;nn.t- In r.-n or ox .' stt by t!j j healing iov cr ot t!U3 Tvhlr'i jsprs'l."r r-inw fines t.icnt3 oft inc i.;.ian i'5j;.'-j. : f RiioBMniima. nrrclllrrr:. faiiTiuf 5 Joia,.t extract iJ. Joc-cr., r.Ujr...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 23 December 1881

IftFtV MnlMW-HWI A SPECIAL OFFER. Tho Rfoistkr and the Weekly Capital, a liu-gi'-eight-page paper, published ait Topeka, Kansas, will be furnished one jear for S.2.5J. The Capital furr.ish"s the decisions of the Su preme Court, reports ol"a'i conventions and as soclatiens, full news of a! I Stats departments, md will be found a valuable family newspaper. toinembetthot 2.50 caii pais ror tne bg siKu nnd tho Weekly Capital for one year. Sample copies may be seen at this office. A SPLENDID OFFER. The Topeka Commonwealth is a Kansas newvpar-er, devoted t Kansas interests, Kan as people, Kansas farms and Kansas things unnnrallr It Is opposed t the st-ck and grain rings of Kn-a City, that persistently awinuie anu nb the farmers of Kausas . It is in favor of breaking up the coal monop olies, and thus giving us cheaper fuel aud I'leutv of it, . It is in favor or lifting the mortgages from Mio farms, of Kansas by reducing taxation and furnishing butter markets for all farm prj- The" Commonwe...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 23 December 1881

1 k FALL m WIHTEH CIMPAIMI IfYft b Largest Stock of BBY GOODS AND CLOTHING IOLA REGISTER. jEzrar shown in Iola.. Note the Following: JEHaborate Stoek of Black and Colored Silks and Satins, Black amd Colored Cashmeres, Dress Goods, Worsted and" Cotton Dress Goods in Profusion Immense stock of all Wool Maxjnels and Yarns, Cotton Flannels, Men's and Boys' Cas sime&esat Astonishingly .LOW PRIG Great Variety of Passimentry Trimmings and Fringes, Totman Laces, Fine stock of Em broideries ami, Irish Trimmings, Cali coes in ajbundance at PRICES to suit Everybody. K. C IV. M..WL R. TIME TABLE. OOIXO 3COETH. llS8K3rGER-DaIly. 1211.. IHBOCJGH FREIGHT Daily 15 F. x. WAYFBEIGHT.DaUyexceptSBBOsy S r.u. STOCK SXP&ESS Daily.... .9Ur m. OOIXO SOUTH. FAfiSEKGER DftUy.. 3S5.x. THKOUGH JTOKIGHT Dally 5 S3 A.M. WAYFREIUHT.DaUTexcepiSaBdartt 11 p.m. THROUGH FREIGHT Daily. 11 r. m. J Clow connections made at Kanaaa City aad jiroogu ucxeu lot aaie to ail eastera powu. I B. 8. Ann, Local Agast. A LE...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 23 December 1881

THE IOLA EEGISTEE. Published Every Friday. - - KANSAS. IOLA, CBBBEMT T8P183. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. H. H. Biddleberger received the Beadjuster nomination for TJ. S. Senator from Virginia. m Major William Arthur, the Pres ident's only brother, has received an ap pointment on Gen. Hancock's staff. That wing of the Greenback party of which Mr. Hugo Preyer is Chairman will hold a convention in St. Louis on March 8. ' The President on the 12th sent to the 8enate the name of Frederick T. Freling luysen as Secretary of State, vice Blaine, re signed. Chung Isag Ju, the new Chinese Minister to Washington, with his wife and a suite of fifteen persons, has arrived at San Francisco. ' Postmaster-General James sent his resignation to the President on the 14th, to take effect Jan, 1, or as soon as his suc cessor is appointed and qualified. Postmaster-General James an nounces his intention to retire from the Government service on January 1, having accepted the Presidency ofsthe Lincoln Bank of New Yor...

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. — 23 December 1881

THE IOLA REGISTER. Published Every Friday. - - KANSAS. IOLA, AT CHRISTMAS TIME. - Though fields anil meadows brown and bare The ermiDed cloaks of winter wear, And breezes blowinr sharp and cold Proclaim the j ear is growing old; The embers trlow upon the hearth; Within the house is cheerful mirth: -And through the world the joy-bells chimo At Christmas time I .At Christmas time, old wrongs forgot, .Past feuds and fears remembered not. We meet and greet the faithful friends "Who for life's losses make amends. -All evil passions we subdue; -All kindly graces we renew; Peace and good-will are in their prime At Christmas timel As travelers on their journey stop "To view the scene from mountain top, 'So on this height we pause and feel 'The airs of heaven around us steaL Rich with the scent of Eden flowers: New songs we sinsr; new life is ours -And love, and Hope, and Joy sublime At Christmas time! "NELL AND TOM." A Holiday Story. "Washington. Star! New York 2Zer ald! Times! Tribune! and...

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. — 23 December 1881

; f -"- Jt 1882. ' HARPER'S MAGAZINE. 11LC8TBAT0. "Always varied, always good, always im proving' Charles Francis Adams, Jr. Harper's Magazine, the most popular illus tratea periodical in the world, begins its slxty "fourth volume with the December number, it represents what is best in American literature and art; and ItB marked success in England .where.it has already a circulation larger than that of any English magazine of the same class 'j-has brought into its service the most emi nent writers and artists of Great Britain. The .forthcoming volumes for 18sl will iu every re spect surpass thelr.predeces8ora. Harper's Period icate. rB TXAS. -Harper's Magazine $4 00 Harper's Weekly 4 00 Harper's Bazar 4tX) The Three above Publications 10 00 Any Two above named 7 00 'Harper's Young People 1 50 Harper's Magazine rm .Harper's Young Peoples Harper's Franklin Square Library, One Year (52 Numbers) ". 10 00 Postage free to all subscribers in the .United States or Canada.' ' ' The volumes o...

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. — 30 December 1881

-JiAJCsetiasFjl tr-i&vtjrui wm IOLA REGISTER. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, DECEMBER 30, 1881. NO- 2 YOL.XVL V OUR AHHOUHCEM13CT. tj-erncimx. papee or alleh coujtt.-cs OFFICIAL PAPSB OF THE CITI OF IOLA. AimtbluBtM. PACT. 11WK iwk lmo. 3 mo. 6 mo. iy. liach 4100 1.50 3 00 45 00 7 50 3 laches. ...I 2 00 350 400 50 10 00 15 00 20 60 .40 00 5 OS 3 inches 50 300 500 800 15 to 8 001 10 00 column.. Mcolama.. iooUmn... 450 00 10 00 850 12 00 12 00 25 00 40 00 25 00 fcAeripti1tetM- One coRyoe year ., -?-S Oneosr4ixsDonthB Tare nonlba, 50 cent Siagla copy, "5 cents. etx weeks, 25 cents. CHURCH PIRECTORY. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. Comer of Jefferson Avenae and Broadway St. Services every Sabbat at 11 a.m. and i :30 p. m. Class mesting immediatelv after tne morning eerrios. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m., W. H. Slareas Sapenntndeut. Prayer meeting every Thanday evening at 7:30 p. ra. Strangers and visitors in the city and all others cordially invit ed to all these services. , D T SuiniBRVILLIt pasto...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 30 December 1881

Lafitte, tke Pirate. Jean Lafitte was born on the Garonne, aud uot at Marseilles, and was from his -very bovhood accustomed to the ocean; Hi family for many generations had '.meree. - , ,, The treaty of Foutambleau ana tae subsequent pacuication 01 Europe de prived him of ttKe means .of legally con-'rinnino- his revenue. But lonff years of sumes thefonnof "a brilliant Its great purity of color and comDactnessof shape make it a beautiful object, evenin its present rough state. ,,''- Mr. Streeter shows near it models of other famous diamonds, the Koh-i-Noor (106 1-16 carats), with which Mr. Knodes mission, to compare it at Windsor, the Star of the South (the great Brazilian stone), the Dresden Drop, etc., together with the unique jewel the "Mackel dia mond, in which a smaller stone hasbeen embedded by some freak of .nature. It was interesting to compare with these ferns the more valuable jewel from South Jrica, and the comparison was enjoyed on Saturday, by a numerous compmy, among wh...

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 December 1881

4mM.feJl K f mrmm-mim LettiagADe; Lecae. i Some days since a saloon-keeper on Gratiot avenue paid certain parties in Chicago $25 for a stuffed lion to add to the attraction- of his -saloon, and the other morning as the place was 'being scrubbed out the lion was placed at the front door to keep him out of the wet. Half a block down the street a farmer was having his wagon repaired, and a big bulldog was chained to the hind axietree. He grew uneasy the minute the lion was rolled out, and it only needed a few encouraging words from the boys to render him half frantic. He growled and plunged and tore around and attracted quite a crowd, among which was a man who remarked: " That's a purty brave dog of yours, stranger." "Brave! Td like to see the man or beast he wouldn't tackle!1' replied the owner. " I dunno about that. Never saw a dog yet who'd stand before a lion." "Well, here's one who'd stand 'be fore two lions. See how anxious he is to get there?" lJ Yes, but he puts that on because...

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. — 30 December 1881

s 3SJK 2jr a5 IOLATIEGISTER. TERMS : One year, in advance, .'$2 00 Six months, in advauoe 1 00 Three months, in advance, 60 53" Our reader, -in restyR? eivertttemcnti in Tub Rkoistk, Hvinfcr affavr by tiding $o the tdcertitm tttt afctysoCtte aivtrtitemtnt in Tub Iolx Rcctsm:. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. FBEDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1881. Moras, the new town twelve miles east of lole, is having quite a boom this spring. In addition to quite a .number of residence bouses the follow 2ng.goutlernen have put up business buildings and put in stocks of mer chandise: Messrs De Hart and Son, who are represented in the Register, arry a large stock of general mer chandise, such as dry goods, clothing, "boots and shoes, hardware, wooden ware, groceries, &c, &e. L. B, Kinney has opened a stock of groceries and drugs. Robert Dawson carries dry goods and groceries. Wm. Steele has a full line of hardware. Mr. Daniels runs a confectionery and tobacco store. D. H. Mitchell owns and manages the lumber y...

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. — 30 December 1881

r 5fj-Tr. in .fmjfV Li.i.'J ''" JHPMWlM"''i6FJ'"'"J' 1 -. ailB8f .WJE,Jsr-S'- av-- "" r TXtJR&lS?J92'!-',- -.- "2 2T T -;- 'JE 7 FILL AND WINTER MMNMI With the Largest Stock of DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING Ever shown in Tola. Note the Following : Elaborate Stock of Blaek and Colored Silks and Satins, Black and Colored Cashmeres, Dress Goods, Worsted and Cotton Dress Goods in Profusion. Immense stock of all Wool Flannels and Yams, Cotton Flannels, Men's and Boys' Cas- simeres at Astonishingly icw :p:r,io:esi Great Variety of Pass&mentry Trimmings and Fringes, Twr&hon Laces, Fine stock of Em broideries and Irish Trimmings, Cali coes in wbimdance at PRICES to suit Everybody. OUH 9COTTO Uo Tiamble to Show Goods and (Jive Prices ! Men's, Youth's and Boys' Suits; Men's, Youth's and Boys Overcoats; S&ck and Dress Coats, White cind Per-Ga!,e SJi&rtis: Hotton and Wool Shirts; White, MetrivbG awdilotton Underwear, Medicated, Ftl&jvnel, Canton, Flannel Underwear, from the bes...

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. — 30 December 1881

gtjryyji-j,.- 5jn-J Jifc-jnB,-p.iPspr3 ?r .p-bijfcr" "-J "-tNT-i" -1- j- wfs-5"s5"$SW9-ir-' -- THE IOLA EEGISTER. Published Every Friday. IOLA, KANSAS. CURRENT TOPICS. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. - Dr. Isaac I. Hatbs, the Arctic ex plorer, is dead. Secbetabt Fbelinghuysen on the 19th assumed control of the Department of State. On account of the death of the wife of Juryman Hobbs, on the 19th, the Gulteau case .was adjourned over until the 21st. The missing Jeannette" has heen heard from. Part of her crew have arrived at the mouth of the Lena River, in Siberia, after terrible experiences in the ice. President Caldkkon, of Fern, be ing still held prisoner by the Chilians, and Pierola having fled to Europe, Vice-President Montero is now at the head of the Gov ernment. Ex-Secretary Blaine sayshewil continue to reside in Washington, devoting his attention to his private affairs, and that he docs not at present design making a tour through the South as has been reported. A strong effort is being m...

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. — 30 December 1881

TBFOim-REtHSEGBr .- v&2s'j&zjt&&?i Published Every Friday. t! IOLA, .. r. -Vkan?as ; ,. u Tke t-ees are waving Kiaat'S ana-gaunt, naked, bare of leaves, I ' , A - v 1 Like trloomy ghosts, and spirit fonnS of Other rNew Yeatfseves - .,-? Thafcame and wentr-aad lived, along their brief and changeful day, ; "To die like all things oX earth, and softly pass away. rt V .And now the clock with solemn tick beats out the dying year, -Another season's footstep sounds, another form is near n -As through the clear and frosty air a solemn tolling bell Binge out with brazen voice and beats the sea son's funeral knelL The earth with sympathetic scene seems frosty, old and gray; ' .As trees like giant mourning forms their hoary summits sway. While wild winds moan like anguished ghosts in solemn tones o'erhead, And natures heart In sympathy seems bard, 8nd cold, and dead. On yonder bill where silver rays of icy moon- -light beam, .And scores of pallid marble stones in ghastly whiten...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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