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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 2 May 1879

pag-ii-fe-sus-. '-T-v-X-JSr-JCiF -5?-3- - T- , . - w r& THE REGISTER. FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1879. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER L. L. & G. R. R. TIME-TABLE. GOING XOETH. PASSENGER 11:23 A. ai. FREIGHT. 2:22 p. m. GOING SOUTH. PASSENGER 5:07 P. si. FREIGHT. 2:22 p. si. Close connection made at Kansas City, and through tickets for sale to all East ra points. J. E. LOCKWOOD, Gen. Ticket Agent. R. S. Ayp.es, Local Agt. PRESBYTERIAN. Corner Madison avenue and Western street. Preaching service every Sabbath morning at 11 'clock. Shboath School at 9:15 a. ji. Prayer netting every Wednesday evening. If jou haven't a list of the prayer meeting topic , a-lc the leader for one Strangers are clcome to all tbtse lervices. K. S MILI.KU, Pastor. BAPTIST. On Sycamore Street. Services on first and third Sabbath of each month. Sabbath School vary Sunday afternoon at 3 1'. 31 Prayer matting Thursday evenings. I. X. WIMAX, Tastor. METHODIST PROTESTANT, In the Odd Fellows Hall every alternate Sabbath at 11...

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. — 2 May 1879

Mi I THE IOLA BEGISTER. IOLA, t KAJTC4G SENATOR CONKLIWS SPEECH. A vTUberiBs; Exposition of the Revolution ary and Treaaoausble Designs of the Dem ocrat in Congress. Washlvgtox, April 24. After the morn ing hour In the Senate to-day, the Army bill -was taken np and Mr. Conning began his speech, the floor and gallery being crowded. Mr. Conkllng began bis remarks by saying that daring the last fiscal year the amount of national tuxes paid Into the Treasury wa $214,831,461. Of this sum, $130,000,000 and a fraction were collected under the tariff laws levying duties on imported merchandise, and $103,000,000 and a fraction on American pro ductions. Of this total 5235,00000 in round numbers the 27 States who adhered to the Union during the War, paid $221,204,268. The residue came from 11 States, namely: Ala bama, Arkansas. Georgia, Florida. Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia. These 11 States paid $13,627,192. Of this sum more than $6,500,...

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. — 9 May 1879

7T J & u OiA O LOstA, ' (.2 it t--G r1 v;r THE IOLA REGISTER " c -Wtfcte - tbT VOLUME XIII. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, MAY 9, 1879. NUMBER 20. c . " H-A taur - i -i CURRENT EVENTS. The latest telegrams from St. Peters burg convey intelligence of the arrest of thousands of people upon the slight est possible suspicion of being concern ed in' or having some knowledge of Ni , hilistic proceedings Many of these are being transported from St. Petersburg to other parts of the empire. Among recent arrests are a number of high Gov ernment functionaries- It is reported that some regiments have lost most of their officers by arrest. The Goloste ports it is intended to send 12,000 pris oners with their families from NovmmH to Siberia during the snmmor. Becruits for the Russian police force are being ij-.t ior in raris p A Berlin dispatch sajs that on the re-.-assemblii.g of the Reichstag a letter from Bismarck was presented, asking Jeave to prosecute Deputy Hasselmann for smuggling prohib...

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. — 9 May 1879

THE REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. S. A. PEEKINS, -Editor. TERMS: .OuTeir, in advance,.... '. ?J Six months, in advance " Three months, in advance, FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1879. Noble L. Prentis has excepted a poei- tion on the Atchison Champion. A alight shock of earthquake was ex perienced in Smith county recently. What with Lo in the West and Lowe in the South, this country has its fnll share of savages. The azzrecate assessment of -the rail- Toad property of the State is now sixteen millions of dollars. rj-Tilden wonders who lacks nenc now. "- - 53-Sincc the veto the fraud yell hu started .again. Cowlev county has voted bonds to the amount of $68,000 to secure the K. C, L. & S. extension. f-Had General Logan been a fool Uller what would have become of Lowe? 83-Jndge Davis i the choice of the Chicago -Tine for Pfcajdent in 1SS0. 53-The feet that Hayes has a back bone U no w definitely settled in the affirmative. S3?Wicked Illinois papers refer to Senator Davis as ' 'Soothing Si ni...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 9 May 1879

np j;(jbt asr'- 5.( Tt,$. -v.-' -SV THE REGISTER FBIDAY,MAY9,1879. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER L. L. G. R. R: TIME-TABLE, oonra KOBTH. PASSENGER. 1123 A. M. TBEIGHT. 2:22 p. m. GOINU BODTH. PASSENGER, 5:07 P. M. FREIGHT. 2:22 p. li CIom connection made at Kansas City, sad throsgh tickets for sale to all .bast era peints. J. E. LOCKWOOD, Gen. Ticket Agent JL 8. Atxm, Local Agtr PBESBYTERIAN. Caraar Madlaoa arano aad Western street, rreaehiag strice ererj- Sabbath moraine at 11 'lock. Saboath School at 9:45 a. x. Prayer seating erery Wednesday erenlng. If yon aren't a list of the prayer meeting topics, ask the leader for on, strangers are -welcome to all aeteesrTicaa. E. I. MILLEB, Paator. BAPTIST. Oa Syeaaaere Street. Service on lint and third fiabbath of each month. Sabbath School rary Sunday afternoon at 3 P. M. Prayer aeeetiag Thursday evenings. - I.N. WIMAX, Pastor. METHODIST PBOTESTANT, la the Odd Fellow Hall every alternate Sabbath at 11 A. M. and 7:30 P, M. E. STOCKWELL, Pastor....

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 9 May 1879

THE IOLA REGISTER. IOLA, KANSAS UENEBAL BBEYITIES, Eveet speech in Congress costs the country aooac po.wu, not including the bother of reading it. A Nevada stage-robber says he can eet out of any jau west of Omaha if he only has a ten-penny nail and a tea- spoon. It is stated that a well known English sporting nobleman last year paid a bill of 2,000 for medical attendance upon his pack of hounds. David P. Smith of Newmarket, N. H., has kept a diary for 43 years, with out missing a day, writing over 2,018 pages of large-sized foolscap paper. The Denton (Md ) Union siys a ten- miuion DasKet crop oi peacnes is pre dicted for the peninsula the nresent sea- son if the frost does not come along and nip them in the bud. A California lion, measuring eight feet and a half from end of muzzle to tip of tail and wetehin? some 800 lbs.. was killed recently in the foot-hills, a few miles above Ash Springs, Tulare County. Mb Joseph Vance of Carroll Coun ty, Ga., set a gun in his corn-crib one even...

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. — 16 May 1879

! CLtZ d&i tr-x cj & -aarrxTooji nxat: J "A'"T"' If vIC-f - -3 'oiI,34il ,8S,t,J JiiHt, ' .' REGISTER MKrJIlt H W '. m -,. . A. i L JtIda)H' && ;i2mTj ' Vi - j. i y : -. -Vt)LTJME XIII. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY,' KANSAS, MAY 16, 1879. NUMBER 21. THE TOLA y CURRENT EVENTS. ThoRepublican Joint Congressional Caucus, held to consider what action - should be taken by the Republicans on - the bill introduced by the Democrats to prohibit military interference at elec tions, determined that the proposed legislation should be defeated, and a committee was appointed to prepare a - substitntef to be offered, which will give hj every person an opportunity to exor cise the, right of suffrage without any molestation or interference whatever, but at the same time securing peace at . the polls. The news from St. Petersburg does -not indicate that the coercive measures adopted by the Government are likely I to prove effective in stamping out the conspiracy: The wife of Prof. Botkin has bee...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 16 May 1879

THE REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. S.A,PISEINS, Xditor. terms: One year, in advance,...'. Six months. In advance, Three months, in advance .$3 00 ..100 .. 90 FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1879. 01d-Zach.-Chandler has been heard from.agaiii. o King caucus can muzzle the House but not the country. c hi Hayes concluded that "he who dallies is a dastard and he who doubts is damned." Cren. D. E. Clapp and wife of Wood .son county, are Tisiting friends in the "East. - Corn is being carried by lake from nhiam tn Buffalo at three cents a bushel. -" m Atchison is agitating the holding of an exposition some time during the coming - autumn. Gentlemen of the press, why cannot we organize a Southern Kansas Editorial Association ? The municipal elections in Indiana Jast week resulted generally in Republi can triumphs. -" ' "- Thirtv thousand white emigrants, and .three thousand colored have found homes iu Karmas this season. in Dennis Kearney is ahead, much to the .surprise of everybody. California has ado...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 16 May 1879

" jSBi"'ev"vv'''' -V -l1 yt -?r - ' ' r- a' f r Vt T " yww w -v - THE IOLA REGISTER-Supplement. .-4- VOL. XIII. I&ZA, KANSAS, MAY 16, 1879. MO. 21. A BUSINESS PROPOSITION. Uader the abore heading the Law rrace Standard has a few words which we would like to hare a tew of our business sua Jhink over. Especially the three or fear lines in italics : Ike merchants and easiness Men of Lawrence seem not to understand that Tory month, etery week and ereryday, a considerable amount of trade goes from Douglas county, and within a few miles f Lawrence, to other points around us. We are in the midst of the most prodnc tire and best settled and developed reg ion, of the State, capable, alone, of build ing op and sustaining a rery consider able and prosperous city. A large part of this trade that should come, and could be brought to Lawrence, goes to Leaven worth, Kansas City, Ottawa and Topeka. Not that people who go to these points Et any better bargains, or have any tter stock to' select ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 16 May 1879

18? V TT ?-B J JVvi. 353- v'i ri:W? Sslsw I y inB I migrajT efouf - or i s- f - " HW fit t &enogg-inri .ans how it is I ? J- fie STATE SOVEREIGNTY; TaeDenocratierparty tot eoatrol of Cwbwi aad of the government jaoariy twaety years sgo., Itastrongeet'elesaent ' wMkksw, aa attempted the forcible dferittta'af tho Uaka ia taentermt ToImmt aadiiaaef the plea of Btato trtBtiy.rho rebelliom whiengrew aetaially oat of the conflict between aetioaal aad SUte authority mi rap niiiiil after a lone and terrible contest Happily the national victory wa abso late; and happily, also, the aettlemeat that followed involred ao death or eon tmra&m. Bftthlnr vindictive or anfair. ItproTldedaiaipTy for the'eqaal righto ef all citizens of the United States. WUarthe cresset extra session the Dem ocratic party 'has1 regained control of Congress, and its nrst act is tne renewal of the old question, and the re-assertion .of State vsorereifnty as against the' na tional sapremacy, with a loud demand fro...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 16 May 1879

it , "THE REGISTER. FRIDAY. MAY 16, 1879. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER X,. L. Q. R. R. TIME-TABLE. aonraxoBXH. PASSENGER, 11:23 A. if. FREIGHT. 2:22 p. K. OOISU SOUTH. PASSENGER. 5:07 p. M. FREIGHT. 2:22 P. M. Close eoanection made at Kansas City, ad through tickets for aale to all East era points? J. E. LOCKWOOD, Geo. Ticket Agent. B. S. Aybbs, Local Agt PRESBYTERIAN. Corner Hadlsoa aTeirae and Western street. titaehiax at 11 a. m. sad 7X - eTerySab bath. Sabnatk Sekool at :15 x. m. Prayer Meting every Wednesday evening. If yon aren't a list of the prayer meeting topics, art SB leader lor one. anal Strangers are welcome u aii m ssrrtoea. E. 8. KIIXEB, Pastor. BAPTIST. Oa Sycaaare Street. Serrleee on rst and tklrd Sabbath of each month. Sabbath School Terr Sunday afteraooh at 3 P. M. Prayer Meting Ttarsday evenings. I. N. WIMAN, Pastor. WE8LEYAN METHODIST. Erery aeeoDd and fourth Sunday la Baptist JOHN BUNYAN, Pastor. METHODIST PROTESTANT, ta tba Odd Fellow Hall every alternata Sabbatb...

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. — 16 May 1879

.wyeioS- 14a S3 THEIOIA REGISTER. "IOL'A, KANSAS. i - GENERAL BREVITIES. - r. 't About one-third of the population of Chicago are Germans. .. It only costs 28 cents a week to feed G a "pris6ner in the Western Penitentiary of Pennsylvania. i The population of the United States is about 13 to the square mile, while the f population of China is 123 to the square ,, mfle. - . 1 The largest six States are Texas', '' with 274,356 square miles; California, fif 188,981; i Nevada, 112,090; Colorado, 104,500; Oregon, 95,274r and Minneso ta, 83,53;. f f ,. . . . , While two Rrissian artillerymen, were remoTing from among the 'ruins of Se- bastcpol a bomb, which had Iain there for nearly a quarter of a century, it ex - ploded, Land. badly wounded both. ti - j. The French peasantry are notyet tired ' of snaffling about in wooden shoes, and J France produces about four million pairs yearly. They are very economical and -r keep the feet dry.- The best are made of maple, and, in provincial towns, l...

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 May 1879

.11 fjSrhl I I Urn. THE TOLA REGISTER i i IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, MAY 23, 1879. NUMBER 22. VOLUME XIII. CURRENT EVENTS. In the habeas corpus case of Standing Bear et aL, ,at Omaha, Judge Dunby of the United States Court has rendered a decision adverse to the Government au thorities, who proposed to take the In dians back to their reservation in the Indian Territory, whence they had fled. The main points of the decision are that an Indian is a person within the mean ing of the laws of the United States, and has therefore the right to sue out a writ of habeas corpus in a Federal Court and before a Federal Judge in all cases where he may be confined or in custody under color of authority of the United States, or where he is re strained of liberty in violation of the Constitution and laws; that no right ful authority exists for removing by force any of these Foncas to the Indian Territoryvas Gen. Crook has been or dcred to do ; and that Indians possess the inherent right of expatria...

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 May 1879

"waftm" m urn mu uii.un ir i " n imu "lHJMI 'W." vunp.iii I IHJIJI Wt.n.i ),. hi ' - THE REGISTER OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTS'. E. A. PEEKINS, Editor. Tn:i& : One -ir, in advance aix months, iu advance, aiiree months, in aJvance, . FRIDAY, MAY !J, 1871). The Lawrence Stamlard, a Democratic .paper is in favor of hating tLe amiy disbanded. Wilson county voted railroad bonds by 666 majority last -week. The total vote was 2678. Our Democratic Congress have been perfectly successful in "raising an issue." JBut they don't bcem very well pleased. There is dearth in news this week-, and we do not know what to write about un less wo turn in and abuse some one and then tale it all back next week. Cha nute Democrat. The same issue that contained the fol lowing also had a quarter of a column of "flapdoodle" deoted to Tin: IthniSTrg Come up and see us some day and we will try and get vou to define jour fiuaii cial position, which so far )uu hae ad roitly aoided doing. habitan t. says. We reach ...

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 May 1879

Spr- THE REGISTER. FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1879. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER L. L. C. R. R. TIME-TABLE, ooixa Komtx. PASSENGER. 11:23 a, X. FREIGHT. 22 r. x. QODTU BOOTS. PASSENGER. 5:07 F. X. FREIGHT. .. - 2:22 P. X. Close coanectiea aaadeat Kansas City, aad through tieketa for sale to all East ra point. J. E. LOCKWOOD, Gb. Ticket Ageat. R. S. Ansa, Load Aft. THE CHEAPEST STOBE H TOfl. .(roods Retailed AT WHOLESALE PRICES The Cheapest Linen Suits. The Cheapest Linen Dusters. The Cheapest Cambric Suits. TJie Clieapest Dress Linens. The Cheapest Dress Lawns. The Cheapest Dress Piquas. tlie CJieavest Sin- broideries. The Cheapest Parasols. The Cheapest Gloves and lies. The Clieapest Milli nery. Tlie Clieapest Carpets. ALL GOODS RE TAILED AT WHOLE SALE PRICES. at Yates1 Closing Out Store. 700 yards Suiting at 7 cents per yard, at 0. P. Northrup $ Co's. The ladies of Allen county will find the nic est line of goods usually found in a millinery store at Mrs. Jos. Simp son's, lola Kansas All the la...

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 May 1879

lfirH yjif&$Z "-t THE IOLA REGISTER. IOLA, KANSAS TILLY. " Asked Tilly?" " Yes, actually. I heard him myself. Did you ever!" Miss Rosie Green, for all answer, looked unutterable things. Miss Fosie Green took off her sundown and fanned herself vigorously with it. She looked warm ; her face was flushed with feeling no less than with the weather. She and her sister were no longer as youthful as their names suggested. Moreover, ir ritation brings out the lines and wrinkles of a face, and it is unquestionably irri tating to be passed over for a slip of a thing with a doll-baby face, not one's own flesh and blood at that. "It's all pa's fault," Miss Kosie pur sued, presently. "He does spoil that girl so abominably. There will be no enduring her presently.' ' I shouldn't be one bit surprised if Mr. Leonard makes so much of her just to please pa. Men are such time-servers. Of course it's to his interest to keep in pa's good books." "There they go now!" cried Miss Kosie in an excited whi...

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 May 1879

'U; :.T;'r .. " . ' - . -." ) THE IOLA REGISTER IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, MAY 30, 1879. NUMBER 23. r volume xm. i &' IV UJ s !-' J3URRENT EVENTS. The Texas and St. Louis Railroad Company is the title of the reorganized T company that has undertaken to com- , plete the narrow-gauge road, from Tex- - ' arkana to Tyler and Waco, a distance of JS2Q miles. St. Louis cotton capitalists iave agreed to build the road to Tyler, and local subscriptions are depended pon for the completion of the line to Waco. The charter of the road makes " -?El Presidio del Norte on the Rio Grande 7 its southern terminus. The incendiary's torch is busy in Rus I aia, and the dreadful Nihilists are natu rally charged with being at the bottom , of this new mischief. A large number of cities and towns have been fired and partially destroyed, among the most recent beinglrbit and Lublin. Many h arrests have been made, and trial and conviction quickly follow under the present condition of affairs. Among - the ...

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. — 30 May 1879

zttrsiz&jtags&taBuvst&tKt -ir w,mimmmir'-w-'m? "'v- THE REGISTER (OFFICIAL PAFEK OF COTJHTY. :E. A. FEBEINS, - ,- r - Sditor. IEEM8.: .One year, in advance $2 00 jSix months, in advance 00 -Vhrec months,',!!! 'adTance, 50 FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1879. The Oklahoma boom does not boom as jinuch as formerly. Hon. G. W. Julian is about -to begin jthe practice of law in Washington. Minister James Russell Lowell has no -intention of returning to this country tthis summer. A drought is prevailing in Ohio, and .the Cincinnati Gazelle says it is becoming ,nio re and more serious. At the local election Jield last week iu -Virginia, persons who had not paid the capitation tax for 1878 could not vote. -The fastest train in the world is that which runs from Exeter to Paddington, England, a distance of 194 miles, in four hours. It is reported that Ben Hill has gone to Georgia to see how much of his "re oord" is above ground before he forgets jRny more. Why don't the Democratic majority in .Qo...

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 May 1879

V:- i-ZTJ -sa-r-g!-jfcV)Wg "' WJJV ?$!&&- THE REGISTER. FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1879. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER L. L. & G. R. R. TIME-TABLE. GOING NORTH. PASSENGER -.. 11:23 A. M FREIGHT. - 2:22 p. it GOINU SOUTH. TASSENGER. 5:07 P. St FREIGHT. 2:22 p. ji. Close connection made at Kansas City, and through tickets for sale to all East em points. J. E. LOCKWOOD, Gen. Ticket Agent. B. S. Aybes, Local Agt. THE CHEAPEST STORE IN TOWN. Goods Retailed AT WHOLESALE PRICES TJie Cheapest Linen Suits. The CJieapest Linen Dusters. The Cheapest Cambric Suits. Tlie -Linens. CJieapest Dress The Cheapest Dress Lawns. The CJieapest Dress Piquas. TJie CJieapest Em ibroideries. The CJieapest Parasols. . The Cheapest Gloves . and Ties. TJie CJieapest Milli-.-nery. r TJie CJieapest Carpets. ALL GOODS RE TAILED AT WHOLE SALE PRICES, at Yates1 Closing Out Store TJie ladies of Alleu county will find the nic ' est line of goods usually found in a millinery store at Mrs. Jas. Simv son's, Iola Kansas All ...

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 May 1879

THE I01A REGISTER. IOLA. -t KANS! OTHER PEOPLE'S BUSINESS. There is scarcely any thine more an fortunate for a man than the absence of lovins women around his childhood and youth. Mark Bipon had never Known sucn women, ana l oner mis fact as some palliation for his want of faith in them. He was ignorant of his parentage; he had been found one summer morn iner on the steDs of the Foundation School in Baxtersgate, Bipon; and as it was on me tesuvai 01 si. mar, uc had received the name of his native city, and been adopted by the institu tion. Wholesome food, stout clothing and a decent trade' had been given him by the Foundation, and in many respects he was felt to have done it honor, for after fiftyiyears of creditable citizen ship, he was one of the cathedral ves try, sat in the Common Council of the ancient city which had adopted him, and was said to be worth at least 50, 000. But there is a success which the world sees little of that of the heart and in this respect Mark Bipon was ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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