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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 20 January 1882

- -!'ajg' "s-rF" -W" 'Sfr' T"-; !r'"T'-"'i !!?TV"'f 1T,'i,,a'-W &?-"W&?Jt&F'BiipW' J"" IOLA REGISTER. TSUC8! Oaevexr, iu advance, SixMMMtiB, la advsa.ee,.... Taeeemeathts in advance,.. .92 00 .100 ,. 90 tOsrrecserr, in replying to advertisements in Tw KsoisTicit, will confer favor bg elating to faeaacerfwcrt loot tkeg $aw the aavertitement to TUK lot iUOISTSB. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUXTY. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1882. It is stated that there is a felling off la the demand for bonds issued in aid of new railroad projects. Tuesday morning a fire broke oat at Abilene, Kansas, destroying several fine business houses and causing a loss of over $50,000. Gitteauis anxious that bis speech should ko "thundering down the ages." About all the notice that will "thunder down the ages" that he will receive is that he assassinated Garfield and was hung for it Heretofore country merchants have been provided with passes to Chicago and St. LouUr ; but by a recent agree ment this has been stopped...

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 January 1882

iw?yvgjEg'C!Fygr'"J!f i-vwwijgi "&&$' '''gg'i-g?tg'J-ll'Wf aVf;'' w "XrUBMIXY POR - ii FALL AND WIHTER CAMPAIMi TFi& &e Largest Stock of D1Y GOODS AND CLOTHING j&ver shown in Tola. Note the Following.: Elaborate Stock of Black 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 Yarns, Cotton Flannels, Men's and Boys' Cos- simeres at Astonishingly low :p IR, I O E S I Great Variety of Passimentry Trimmings and Fringes, Torshon Laces, Fine stock of Em broideries and Irish Trimmings, Cali coes in abundance at PRICES to suit Everybody. IOLA REGISTER. K. 0, L. at S. m. K. HUB TABLE. 001X0 XOBTB. PASSENGERr-Dally lflllr.X. THROUGH FREIGHT Dally ISr. K. WAYFBEIGHT,DJlyexaepi8aaday S f.n. STOCK EXPKESS Daily...;. . Sir M. ooure mctb. passknger-dut.. tur.x. THROUGH FREIGHT Daily SStA.M. WAYFKEIGHT.Daily except 8aadeyU Urn.. THROUGH FREIGHT Dally7. 11 r. X. Close conneet...

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 January 1882

Tiresome Insects. The most tiresome insect in existence As probably tke ant, although that exas perating pattern of all the virtues .is closely-rivaled by the coral insect. Ever since the time of 'King Solomon, and probably from a still earlier period, solemn "and wearisome moralists have i urged their fellow-beings to go to the ant, and learn industry, business habits, an - cient and modern languages, and the use of the srlobes from that wretched '. little insect. By implication we have all been assured that we are iar interior oy -nature than the ant, and that we can vnever become valuable citizens unless we imitate ants. After a few thousand years this sort of thing has become pain fully tiresome. Undoubtedly the ant has its virtues, but after all it is an immense ly overrated insect. It works industri - ously, but it also works unnecessarily . and in circumstances which prove that it lacks gooil judgment It keeps cows, or insects to that effect, and supplies it self with pure cu...

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 January 1882

gsjsngg''i'gy- $g?F&m 'Ty;-ws.wrlF- - ' tnti Historical oocip't -. -- v-:.-3Li'.aB- iwmwiiii,.- ri TiTiTiiir.n ii-rr-imi wmFiPi w riMrnniiwiiriwrMTrwntw v"J, Seme Usefal Sediciaal Plaatg. Oftentimes some simple remedy ad ministered with discretion, as our OTand mothers so well knew how, saves I fit of sickness, a large doctor's bill, and per naps untold after-suffering. If youhave a, cold or some simple ailment; it-is bet ter to try some "herb tea," than to send for a doctor who will administer drugs and minerals which sometimes leave their lasting ill effects, as I, too, well know to my sorrow. I give below de scriptions of a fewmedicinal herbs which, if properly saved and used, will be found valuable: Boneset, Eupatorium perfoliatttm, grows along the borders of marshes, ditches, and in low lands, and is often made into tea for an emetic, tonic, 01 cathartic. It is very useful in coughs, compounded with other herbs, .useful also in colds and fevers. May. weed, Manila colula, a ...

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. — 20 January 1882

. . . . --,, . r -rS ' .'Beroii.WTOBTg5to "faUSWF'1' 41 mwi Mm sswsb WWaWMpiMSTiffla T"Tttti .-rim j. nnr.ij-.il I pian Notice of Final Settlement State or Easts as, .. ' Allen Coanty JM - ? Tn Pmtetl Omul. Creditors sad all other persona lateraslwd la flu. oit nt trv TieMttr. deceased, are here by fiottied that I will Hiake final 'settlement of Mia JUKSB6 WllR toe rrooam WJuri ui aiicu eoaaty, Kansas, on the 35th day of February, A. T. 182. W. A. Boas, Xxeeutor. January, , 1833. Publication Notice. In the District Court la and for Allen County, Kansas. J. J. Campbell, l 8. L. Campbell S.J. Campbell, whose place of resfdenoa is unknown. You are hereby notified that you have been sued by the plaintiff J. J. Campbell, and that be has tiled his petition in the alove r.amed court praylnx for u divorce from you, and unless yon answer said petition on or le fore the 2d day of March, 18s.', said petition w.li be taken as true and judgment rendered ac- VVIUlUglV. f. t . (AJU'0Alib J. K. Bot...

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. — 27 January 1882

u atr, j-n-- - sf2e,' s$!Mi ? r& w- TOLA REGISTER. usHh i! i-i -v 4i i-f T jr?x 'A i V TOL.XVL IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, JANUARY 27, 1882. , NO. 6 I v O-EJ--T .REDUCTIOIT! OVERCOATS On account of the warm weather we have a large stock, of Winter Goods on hand, which we are hound to sell; so even if you don't need the goods jurvms wznzer, zvwiu, pay you wen to ouy jor next winters use. We atill handle tbeGieaecke Hand Marts Boot; eyery pair warranted. Also the well known Orr Overalls. tJTWamtmbett we carry evarjltalag toT U man and boys, and we should be glad to see yon all. OUl AKllOUirCEMEIfT. KfremCIAI. PAPER OP AUEI COUSTT.-tS mrnaxM. paper or lis cm of iola. TACK. llW't SB90.I1 T. i iM tin 7 90 110 10 00 15 LiOO 20 90 OS 35 40 0UJ SSOO! 300 2 iadasa....l ti S iaeaaa....! S Keahua...j.S5 rwlaaM ! (Mi lmlJU...I1 SaAMxriyttam BavtM- MTW. 2.6 AMTllzBIUIS I 0 Tare saaatka. S ceata. Six weeks, cents. 4iaglec9By,5eeBta. , CHURCH DIRECTORY. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. CeraeroMeCereoa Aye...

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. — 27 January 1882

Vf HTV-arowyra;; ll HI T' 'I" r --- i i nr-i- s? , r'ff. -"Jft- y5fip- - wTifw-f--r - 559ffittrilKK! sjfvs "sa sr6!ewi5,a&tesw iK4c -..,s ? r . ' The Cardinal's Corpse. The robbery of Lord Crawford's body 4as caused great excitement in England. Mr.' Labouchere, who is never at a loss for an apropos story, relates the follow ing incident: "When Cardinal Spadello iied there was a pious but warm dispute .as toavhere-he-8hould--be.buried. His family, who were allTrinces dei Spa- delft, demanded that he should lie in a splendid ' mausoleum which, had been srcctecLfor memberslf?their house on a" plot of' consecrated ground within the wardens of their jpalace at". Villanuova, near Naples: .The chapter ofS. Justinio, whose Archbishop .the Cardinal was, claimed, ori.the contrary, that he should bttinterredln the choir of tKeir Cathe dral;, but,the,'Benedictine monks of Vil lanuoVasefcup' a much more -decided claim, on the strehgith of a torn piece of v paper on which the Cardinal had at ...

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. — 27 January 1882

Winter "Care r Heroes. This faithful servant of man is too of ten shamelessly abused or injuriously petted. All thinking people are forced to acknowledge the truth of this. There are some men who. should not be per mitted to have the care of anything with - more feeling than a back-log. They abuse even themselves, although it is frequentl- the case that they are not aware of the fact But when they . abuse their horses they must know it. Nothing appeals more forcibly to man for protection than the -brute creation. They are the slaves of his will." He takes them from their wild state, in which "they will protect themselves, educates them to yield obedience to hira, impris ons them in stables or yards, or harness, and contracts with them to recompense them for the loss of liberty, by taking good care of them. If he" violates that contract he becomes base indeed, for he uses his advantage to be tyrannical and cruel toward creatures that are power less to resist, or that have not the rea...

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. — 27 January 1882

i-jtrcxwtrv-rmnmmaowssarmamrr;. :v 7ttu irirrtfi 7 J IQyA REGISJES. . TERMS : Oneye.tr, inndvjnre,.- iv ntontlw, in Milv.iuce, Thnr uiuntbs in aHancet... 82 00 I 00 50 $3? Our reader, in replying to advertisements in Wkk Kkgktki:, will confer a favor by staling to fiie aJartix'ri that they taw the advertisement in 2'ltE I()LA liKGlsTBIt. OFFICIAL PAPER OP COtJNTY. PKIDA Y, JANUAlJ.fr 27,-1882. ff After a short consultatiou the jury jeturned a verdjet ,of guilty, ia the Giteau case, Wednesday night. Git eau must hang. Mr. H. C. Winchester writes us from Cnrlyle, Kas., a long letter in favor of Robert Lincoln for president in 1884. Inferring from a paragraph in the Journal that it does not favor supporting any caudidsteon sentimen tal grounds, the writer tays: "Why don't vou say at once vou are opposed to Mr."l.incoln ?" If it will gratify our 'correspondent, we will say most em phatically that we do not favor Mr. jLincoly, 7-t is true the latter is the son of a great father, but he m...

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. — 27 January 1882

3RJE3.A.DY :eo:e-i the fill AND WINTER CAMPAIGN! With the Largest Stock of OBY GOODS AP GLOTHINK Ever shown in Tola. Note the Following: Elaborate Stock of Black 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 Yarns, Cotton Flannels, Men's and Boys' Cas- simeres at Astonishingly Xj o w :f IR, X G E S I Great Variety of Passimentry Trimmings and Fringes, Torslion Laces, Fine stock of Em broideries and Lrish Trimmings, Cali coes in abundance at PRICES to suit Everybody, O'CTJEi SSOTTOt No Trouble to Show Goods and Give Prices ! Men's, Youth's and Boys' Suits; Men's, Youth's -and Boys Overcoats; Sack and Dress Coats, White and Percale Shirts; Cotton and Wool Shirts; White, Merino and, Cotton Underwear, Medicated Flannel, Canton Flannel Uuderwea.r, from the best to the cheapest. v MATS ABM AF S - Of every style and description. Woolen and cot ton Soclis; Susp'-nders, Ties, Sca...

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. — 27 January 1882

7?? -t--MrHggm ; , t agg,:- f JSfc jfttartMI-H A dWMWiBBiyfffynyff. THE IOLA KEGISTER. Published Every Friday. IOLA.' -, - KAyAS.. CURRENT TOPJCST THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Tbs President has appointed Elipha let Whittlesey, District of Columbia, mem ber of the Board of Indian Commissioners. m The Senate bill for the organization f Oklahoma is simply a patching up of the id one, and pretends to repeal all previous 'and grant to railroads. John H. Hickox, an assistant in the Library of Congress, has been arrested on a charge of purloining money from letters ad dressed to parties in the Capitol. Scoyille, counsel for Guiteau, has ordered a libel suit to be commenced against the Chicago Herald Company, for recent publications concerning his bankruptcy pro ceedings some years ago. Ukdbr the advice of the Attorney General, the Secretary of the Navy has is sued orders stating that future promotions re by law required to be be made by ap pointment from the corps of assistant sur geoas according to...

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. — 27 January 1882

F TIEIOEA REHSTEE. j. ""Pablishetf Even 1 Every Friday. IOLA, - KANSAS. 2 ci J -r THE LOq'OMOTIVE OF 1881-1891. 1881. -1 Axleft groaning, pistons hissing:. Tearing, wearing-, bolts all missing-, i flushing hideous thro' night air, i- Always wanting some repair, , . Boisterous, blustering, screaming, sooty, That's the way he does his duty. jW -u Silent voiceless, quickly speeding-, vuoiui niucr never UL-euiujj, As, he rushes thro' the dark. Showing but a single spark; Like glowworm or firefly. Or star twinkling In the sky, Sbunaiess all his work will be, Moved by electricity. BaUroad World. 5 IS THE SOUTHEAST BASTION. - I was standing in the inner court of the old fortress of San Marco, in St. Augustine. I had made, or thought I ' ha d made a discovery. Ever since I had first visited it I had taken the greatest in terest in tins ancient pile, begun 300 years 'ago by the Spaniards, and the oldest edi fice of the kind in our country. I was thoroughly acquainted with. its demi lunes, it...

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. — 27 January 1882

! SSiSl22232Ssil Publication Npjice. In tljeDlstrict Court In and for Alien Couaty, Kansas. J. J. Campbell, vs. S.li. Campbell. S. J. Campbell, whose pine of residence If unknown. Yon -are .hereby notified that yon havo been sued bv the plaintiff J. J. Campbell, and that he has filed hit petition In the above named court praying for a divorce from you, and unless vou auawer said petition on or be fore the -M'day of March, 182, said petition -will be takea as true and judgment rendered ac cordingly. J- J- Ouimjkll, J. K. Um, Attorney. IVsr. Davis, Clerk. 'Notice for Publication. LaXD OFF-OX AT JjTDEPEXAnfCK, KlS., December 2G, 1881. J Jfotipe is herebv given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention f make final proof in support of his claim, aim secure final entry thereof at the office of the clerk of the District Court, Iola. Kansas, Sat urdiy, Feb. 11. lete, viz: , ,. Gavlord Robinson, of Iola, Kansas, for the wtst'hnlfof the north-east quarter of section ...

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. — 3 February 1882

State Historical Society ft 1 - -?", . yol. xvi: IOLA,JLLLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, FEBRUAEY 3, 18S2. NO. 7 I0KA " r l flL 'H " H 'I B rvrAjio x iliy OVERCOATS On account of the warm weather we have a large stocli of Winter Goods on hand, which we are bound to sell; so even if you don't need the goods for this winter, it zvill pay you well to buy for next winter's use. We still handle the Gicsecke Hand Made .Hoot; every pair warranf ed. Also the -.veil known Orr Overall. 3Remcmber, wo.carry everything fojthe men and boj s, and w chould be glad to sec you all. OUR ANNOUNCEMENT. IJ-OFFICIAL PAPER OF AJ&EX C0U3TT.-3 OFFICI iL PAFEK OF THE CITI.OF IOLA. Advertising Rates. srAc-c. 11 W'K uwklmo 3 mo. 6 mo. i - Si so snrt $" ( o 57 :m 2 50 4 (V 7 SO 10 CO 3 0.1 C lJ 10 00 IS w 5 00 8 .VII U 00 21 00 S 00 12 00 25 Ot) 40 H, IS OJ 25 OOi 40 Oo ci i,6 1 Inch .. --I SI " Jt inches ...I - 3 inches...-1 2..J) U column . ) . . - . .. i i. 11 1 colinu...l 10 00 Subscription 1-tates- 4nr eopy one ear...

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 February 1882

Sheds for Winter. The winter, where it has not been wet, lias thus far been favorable to those Hockmen who for any cause hare not provided sufficient shelter for their sheep. But the winter is not over yet. It has not begun. We shall hve winter enough, even if it should be what we call a luiSl one, and the most sensible thing that the. owner of unsheltered sheep can . An. avon at. this lfttp. dV IS to build SIlClls . at nnpft. The elaborate plans which often appear in books and agricultural journals with referenco to the construc tion of sheep sheds and barns, are a great deal better on paper than they are lanywherc else. ' A good shelter can be inexpensively made, and any man of fair judgment can plan and erect a cheap -shed if he has anything at all out of which to construct it- . It is well under stood that while sheep can bear a great deal of cold, they cannot stana inew. -any more than a man who should be -compelled to wear a wet overcoat until it dried upon his back couid stan...

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 February 1882

Insects is ladla. Tou have recently, arriyed in the conn try, are living in a kutcha house (built f sun-dried bricks; and mud-mortar,) nave made yourself comfortable therein, and are going to have your first dinner imrtv. All your knick-knacks are proud y -displayed-on your table, and in its center blazes your lamp, just unpacked. The dinner hour approaches, and you neverously take a look round to see that all is right TOne or two insects, new to you, are fluttering about the lamp or on the table, and in brushing them off you perhaps notice thatthesame insects are BwanrnngBuVbf a corner from the floor, ybur.guests arrive;,! and while receiving and marshaling them into dinner the in sect invasion has assumed formidable proportions, so that when you sit down to soup you find the air around the lamp alive with termites, and your fair cloth covered with them. Every soup-plate is stuffed with them, .as also your glasses of sherryT- In despair you appeal to. the company, or to your table ...

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. — 3 February 1882

KStti. " -T-MCT. IPT5 -Sespr .- ,, . --fcST w 1 - -; 7- r"-sn i - afatfaMfflwfa tf-3-? SJSW JIS"' vs , -' . - - -.t-qaymy j-j"--"- .-- - V?t IOLA REGISTER. TEKMB : 3 One rear, ! advance...... v.. T 92 60 Six ntojuks. ia advance, ...... 1 00 Three month, in advance, 20 afOar rceefare. In mltHia to tivnUtau&ti fit Thk Keuistkk, viil confer 4 fbtr by sMiitfM iiu-aotrrtutrt una vuy tarn ncnif mni " Tut lotx Rtr.tsnur. OinCIlE PAPER OF OOUMTT. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 8, 1882, ADBOHncenenl. Iami omdklate for trustee of Iola township, at, the ensuing election. J. P. Colbobk. AMfttMceneart. I am a candidate for trustee of Iola township at the ensuing election. JOHNMcDOSAIiD. Personal Mr. S. Weith called to see the Reo Isteb force last Friday, B. F. Drennon, of Deer Creek, called last Friday for a few minutes. Miss Lillian Bell, of Lawrence, was visiting friends in Iola last week, Mr. G. Q. Allen, of Ozark, made us a short and pleasant call Tuesday W. J. Pickell, of Elm township, was one of our....

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. — 3 February 1882

tSW"W "PSs11 .l,.). - . "5j-7-ti 1JJUJ' jj"'M-.t 'ayf-- TBaWyi"" "; WS" 'Ji 't'SB" J - ,vW- -i t'Ae MMMMt:i. -: g-y-gta?- -r-a -Tncg" wunfrr iiixioiaiKwwwmMml Mg fv. - 1. V 1, . h WINTER AH3 SPRING CAMPAieH! FYta the Largest Stock of ' DEY GOODS AND CLOTHING Ever shown in lola. Note the Following: Elaborate Stock of Blacli 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 Yarns, Cotton Flannels, Men's and Boys' Cas- simeres at Astonishingly XiOW ZFIRIOIESI Great Variety of Passimentry Trimmings and Fringes, Torshon Laces, Fine stock of Em broideries and Irish Trimmings, Cali coes in abundance at PRICES to suit Everybody. IOLA REGISTER. K. C L. 4t S. B. B. TIME TABLE. I'ASSEXGER-Dallv !TT. 13 11 F. M. t'HKOUGIf FREIGHT Daily 15 r. x. WAV FBEIGHT.Dallyexcqit Sunday S 26 p.m. STOCK EXlKESS Daily. 'lUr x. GOING SOUTH. I'ASSEXGER Dally 3 25r.ir. THHOITGH FREIGHT Dallv SSSa.X. WAYFR...

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 February 1882

THE IOLA REGISTER. Published Every Friday. ... - -T KANSAS. IOLA, CURRENT TOPICS. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. ' The President has sent the . following nominations to the Senate: Frederick A. Tritle, Nevada, Governor of Arizona; Leo peld Markbreit, United States Assistant Treasurer, and S. A Whitfield, Postmaster, at Cincinnati. m Representative Geddes, of Ohio, proposes an amendment to the Constitution 'Which will take the appointing power, ex cept as to his cabinet, away from the Presi dent. It provides for. the appointment of two commissioners by the President, sub ject to confirmation by the Senate, who hall, in conjunction with the head of each department, constitute a board for the fill ing of vacancies. Enoch Pratt, one of Baltimore's millionaires, has signified his intention of erecting a free library, to contain 200,000 volumes. , The building, which is already in course of construction, is to cost $225,000. Mr. Pratt proposes to deed this to the city, with a further gift of $833,333...

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. — 3 February 1882

qpwr-."pHMJ"ymf iyy'i fga-w tvw-'aw rwpft" p-'JV T7Tt"-4wS ,- r.TTi am fc wrn-imr ,v "lf &$& Ibvw ww,aayMB w. -r-!3egiftlt -v i. - i -'' Z3r ' THE IOLA REGISTER. Published Every Friday. -VLA. KANSAS. B! A T.HE CARDINAL BIRD. l?,Ae brought a redblrd in a cage j"j And hung it from uiy window-sill ,, ' The redbird thon was all the rase. , , , And may be still. jl know not I so long have been Amid the city's dust and din. Bat when I was a little child Ifreatly lo cd its wood notes wild, Which lured mo many a sunny day Through mnple forests far away, :For years though I have seldom heard ' " lhe cardinal bird. S , A day and then a week pass'd by The redbird hanging from the sill Sang not; and all were wondering why It was so still When one bright morning, loud and clear, 4ts whistle smote my drowsy ear. Ten times ropeatcd, till the sound Flll'd every echoing niche around; And all things earliest loved by me, The bird, the brook, the flower, the tree Came back again, as thuB I hea...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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