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Neosho Valley Register (Newspaper) - September 10, 1870, Iola, Kansas or a I 4f bile he IOLA U a. r. * ant oo the 8Md7t BOOK of awA two to w. M. C. i. f. So. li O. O. ImM tMr ' JOHN r. K. V. O. M. irons Ki. 41. Ikt Ml W to tbi j eUM with to 07, IIM rate Kb look the of of t at jmr ia ' maa liia at tha WUU naa or at tha iaj I ia tht faliy iaia 80 tht tell Of ia the i That f 01IS.FBANC1S.(; 0 wen r uhi paid aon MMi ' to Kim will attended Hn ICB ia Coait J C. I AT L of the public LAW AMD 0(im(BSce&. Will all of 4be taxee A AT in all the CoattS of and Ft. & io all jarU o he on 8. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON tu all iu need of Office at A Ar Allen in Dr. and will all ol tlie in tke U. A. and t M. U. S. Kan at ' Allen H. i fashionable the public that be if prepared lUe and J WISES AMU Old and 1* ' Guilder alad on comer ic J a I & i I at work done at to the done and id a aoj aa at TALCOTT ALLES WILL ATTEND OF Label and for the their J. WATCH I Jewelry M A I other will be toM & Wagon mod at tha I bara the tbt Oira me a Wetk dona at cheap aa the - 3-M. A. Kansas SCOTT & Bp CO. 1 Po tama Uai mate lor Dutch And t&J And they Uke What woald do 7 Mm ' An Aad bell hart To set them of | Dutch bare tba way now it really if ikrr iren Abent to take all Should they Uke and trip For the rery woaM he loie fair Dutch bare ' With a nobly grand- The In tiie work bf Uu brought And a Id a blotted Lpt the of a to France Ibe Lay down bira with fate no be prore the sacred who if ke iword Shall all with the WHAT I OF Br Tke If anyone that be ever mc flattering as a or implied that ihoy were rooro or than other I am anre be have or thai he now mo. I do not oven join to the of as farming ns only Vbn mnr ray if you will that could noi if there wore no tillers of the but the iit true of and of some A good farmer is so is a good or It is not essential to the tme nobility and genuine worth of the farmer's that other be assailed or if one of my three sons bad been spared to attain I should bAve advised him to try to make himself a good and ibia witbont any or poetic notions of as a I. know personal that tbo life ia one of anxiety and and and and we cait exert noj will in an boor the months of his well directed that disease will sometimes sweep away in of tlie most tbe most on his that will often blast bis when they on the very point ofre I know Umt be is most other to the and in clemencies of weather and and if be begins without other io hia own clear head and strong with those of he expect straggle years and can hope to atudo k position bf and I know that of bis work ia and part it I know that he will even with unbroken good to be I making mora slowly than hit or who fills the general eye ho li should have advised my sons to farming as ibt these other reasons 1. Thers is Other in which success Is searly as in Of one men who have embarked in ft careful J proportion too 1 sure that a large majority acd because so eager and traffic so enormously men endeavor to sup port their families by merchandise in a township for but it is certain that a majority must no matter their of in any county I ever trav without necessarily dooming to or even abridging I is the traders and professional this wore to betake themselves to Ing they would not that pursuit one whit less would largely increase the and wealth of the entire and while a good lawyer or doctor may be of any merely because the work that be could do well is confined to I never yet heard of a and energetic farmer who to e a or unless pros by disease or disabled by was precluded from a independence ago and decrepitude divested him of tbe ability to f I. I regard farming as that vo cation which conduces most directly and palpably to d reverence of and The young lawyer is oHen least tempted by his to do tbo dirty professional work of a rascal intent on cheating his neigh out of bis righteous The young doctor may be likewise incited to to in to secure instant bread the author is often to write what wilt rather than what the public to but acting as a must realize that his success upon liis Verity and lie deals directly with which was and never will be ed. Ue has no to sow beach for or p to any cir a man thab lie also while in the f all is instantly and palpably true as lo When bav ing grown liis shall attempt to sell other when be ceases to boa farmer and a may be tempted into one of the many devious ways of so long as he ia acting simply .as a he can hardly be lured from the straight highway of The farmer's calling seems to me that to thorough manliness of expects him to or oir in order to sell bis No merchant rd fuses to buy ii his politics are detested religious opinions He may be a 4|lllBiit(^ 9(|Aqom his GAln will sell for exactly a less or more than the priM kindred product like and of all points are faultlessly orthodox | On tbo other the the and still struggling dubiously for a to sacrifice or suppress roundest convictions in deference to and often al of tbi whose favor .is to them will find that go down was the comment of an old on told that the deaf who seemed the focus of general was Miss i iii she gave I to a which if not I doubt of is more vehement the larger oar I have bean by the of gravely forming my course otf * topic were to en as a diAf I was a mere who only needed to know other thought tci instant abject itf their iff Other I was favored with letters from indignant from my took this of too that shoald no longer lake my a which only have meant dictation of since had only to refrain from renewing their and their 7>t&tine would stop whenever they should have received what wo owed and it would in no caso stop till That a journalist was sense a public lie had and was not likely to suppress because they not shared by in calling was other and higher awaiter at murdered Thb was taken On Sunday afternoon an inquest was hold by Coroner during a portion of which was opinion inclines to the be is fully as guilty as his and that his story may bo as far as it exonerates himself from Large crowds of people worel round the soone the murder all day and intense The bodies were removed for interment at the close of the a to furnish whatever so long as the pay was not for one moment That such persons have little or no ca is vory and a man ui somewhat degraded in his own by learning that his vocation is held in such low esteem by The tme farmer ij proudly it is otherwise with Ipa that no one expects to swallow any support lany or defer to any as a condition precedent to the Kale of bis I feel that it is easier and natural in his pursuit in any other for a maa to work for a and aspire' to success and without sacrificing or ceasing to bo essentially and thoroughly a gen A Ilia tbe Rock Late on Saturday night the west end of Davenport was thrown into by a terrible tragedy been en acted on Second 8;treot, near tho corner of Various .ro mors prevailed for a but in a little while the fact became known that two a boy of four and a girl of had been murdered by having their beads thrust 8u'cccflsivol3- in a of and that tbo parents jumped into a well tbe back of their tho mother tho father climbing out again by moans of tho Wind William the sole survivor of this came from Germany three or four In his native land he made a profession of he found .no congenial and at the time of tbe tragedy was nearly to the of having no money and but little provisions included a sack that be the motive for the is about years 0^age, quiet and intelligent in bis was years and had not been for sometime In the enjoyment of They occupied two rooms in an old tenement house miserably a dirty fragment of a bed being tho family's only place of ' At half past ten Koonig was seen in a shop in the in an apparently sensible about eleven o'clock ho aroused Mr. and one or two informing them are continually wife and children were He in manner and his wero drip ping with Tbe neighbors went with bito to bis where of his and children verified his Con stable Fiod at once took Koonig into knd to the several ho made i statement as arriving at home bis showed hin the dead bodies of and told him badj in a of He felt grieved and at her andj tbe two resolved to end their They ally to themselves in the well near tbe back and proceeded to execute the She jumped in and bo fol inches water on the sufficient for a determined such as his wife but not for that of her So he crannied aided by tho and alarmed the after which he inquired wildly and for ihot gup to end his body of the unnatural moth or was froW tbe well by the andj placed troops to crush any beside the tjf her j lican or becile or a is and experienced AS -a canto to his he Chat at least bim a saving himself would able alio t to resort to more thali internal as well one-half his army be would id retained control tbe have Next I cc Boole is For nearly a now France has been an Empire an When Napoleon left Paris it was announced that the Empress Eugenie would act as and that he himself would the But she has shown herself to be and helpless in her nominal Regency as he has shown himself to bo imbecile and as nominal commander of tbe She fig orod for a moment in a little theat rical spectacle at before the after which she was seized with a and her as bead ' of the State has been ignored ever since that He figured for a moment in an odd theatrical piece the bights of after be also seems to have been seized with a for ho has made no pretense since that time of exorcising any authority as head of the In the mean tho control f of now means inore than has fallen into tho hands of a Directory of day consisted of eight military ond civil but to which have now been addad four members of tbo extraordinary is possessed of supreme power in all matters of and in all matters of public lis decrees issued witbont the authorization of tbo and without tbo signature of the it holds in its control the destinies of tho .It may be said that tbe dictatorship is in the hands of its the Governor of Paris and Imperial who commands the army of the who has proclamations in bid own who has enforced his will in regard to several important divic acd who has promulgated ideas upon public questions in direct lion to those of the doubt that if finds himself embarrassed in any way by tbe of tbe other bers the he will promptly dispense' and practically possession of. a power against which as well as the nominal and tbe nominal Wholly The of the situation and tbo of the furnish if not for this In the mean tbe existence of this is proof of the virtual breaking down of Emr Tbo ordinary machinery of the Government and Administration has failed in this and A power is in its is in of all is now left in We the Directory is yet In condition ground against tbe do we believe tbat ho has yet resuming Ion FraniA Napoleon tbo wUl never give up bis throne be every retaining it. He will tbe of name of tho and tho objects for which he declared wHl any thing and than bis own bold If the Prussians and cause of. wero still tbat he in bir tmn as A is an im- in in be would establish A reign of terror simitar to that by which ho long At all however these things mny turn may be taken as it will not be belief by those wbo know tbe character and career Louis he will not surrender bis until every expedient of war and all the resources of negotiation have been Every and every enemy of tbe world will consider the war iq one respect at if Le Wo that the people of France will utterly destroy the Wo trust we shall in any see io tbe person of tusi or bis or any other of the Bonaparte have been i to France and to the world irum first to is the to destroy root and I There return of the Orleanists to tbe We cannot believe in the possibility of never be What we desire to See in tho close r. ba tha from i 3S: U da with iha td Daily froa I to YORK Lake Shore A Michigan Fort Wayne A and Eastern a Caia Only 30 to 36 Hoars to Boston When tickets 10 ifV by Fare always low at by any othar lb aU for sale at tbt Ticket B. A. 0*B. J Chic 1^. if Jo do do ' AT M 1st This subject is beginning to be more ao sic has a larger place it has able address of delivered before the Convention at the Boston a few months bss already excited a powerful in this and inquiries are being with regard to the best method adopting tho reforms whion have been Without a doubt music is tho art which n mast fostered and parlors are not considered fully furnished that lack a ' We are not only a but we are destined eventually to become a great musical It is we devise some means of to this tlie rising In no one can be er who has not a knowl edge of and that art is OS in common We hope that it may soon be taught for its on physical is one of the utmost importance tending to keep the lungs and vocal in a sound and It iii its moral that its and this is it to ail Who know its en the mind and Inhere is no better way of moral culture with intellectual by incorporating of common school ff 0arnett....4Mp.n.. 01 do lies do do do 1M d. 4-M iiw do II W do do do 12 It a. m. EXPRESS TRAiNS s with tht A 6t.-iasvb,.St- A Coap ctl Ft. nirf and Central Branch 111 ifS toaU between TNe elEAT West snAall sod are now landed St. St foot of to tbe Center of the and lo and im M for Now and is the only route To it. front the to ratat of U bad as cheap as any No ex tra charge for ba AV. ' - i t. M. Tent ASt St. St. AND SALE stable A 1* and at be - lor and hay it mail rM stock Who is be in youth or in or old who does not like to bear of those ties turn heads one to never thb oni by man is interested in every 3r>mes' 1nto:tfae The alike creeps under snows 1UPrtJ^eriof of the of eti I and 1 For loem I apply to tht J 30.1870. Norse Edda as tbe the in tbe Latin ' And what is bfi is a the lover has finer ear are be in the the and and form and apd reads them surprise at the sudden bim tite loved that of that means and and hold eternal lii in the hope add tbe is The powers to take his part. What was pn his lips to say is uttered by his went he met by the If in his look Audit artist has in the the wife has not yet 8eii.-'i^nirm. REPAIRER 0l, Allen all kinds of Watch A in ta at all 01Bee,"6tertbPost0flet. Ik Which 1>n ii for on tta m day of IS all at it BOW near loto d iB ' 0-^ ' traint as r - 4Frerjht> sn SOS dtf do dd do do MSI tli da r p. do - MIS dn use do as. 12 10 a. 8 4 v 12 W da 08 do Leare - fSS do do do AT 13B do I St 13 Xt 13 48 do IM 1 IS All TMm At At Lawrence with East and At Ottawa with stagee for and points - At with for and all ia it the best and BOst ronte to the Valley and tha ' taken any point of the to tbe end of the break of 1 contracts Bade for either freight fall to either freight or apply to C B. A. 0 AFTER APRIL 17rn, trains will ran I ' I 5 40pm f 10 da SO do At I Ma ia ' 1.13am 248 do 53s 655 dii AT Junction OO do nude at and with for all in and Southwestern 18 IS do 12 4Spm. 4S do 9 3a dB SIS do 8 3S da do do 0PE2f TO 487 West of tha XIn and attar XAY 29llit 1970, will ran 05aB W. Kansas CilyO do 9 50 da Stete 10 do * 95 da 00 do 8 30 do IS da It 30 do 8 48 do 1142pnl do I 37 dO 340 30 do 3 38 do 433 do 138 do 2 43da 18 db 3 30 da 4 35 do 5 4S do 8T8 dd 9 18 p a Sheridan 6 68 do ' do do Fort da 3edo da do I 38 do 3 48 da do 8t.Ma*iS.... 3dB;:UepW 8 5 1U da do AT 14 to SIB do Mail City and with for 0(lawa, fa At iW K. far B W. A 9lSuiiftAtAui aod all fa Haw aad Ib c by aay other and mil tke road M 1 to lands alone tba tha Faole par bad ' S.S. f
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