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Neosho Valley Register (Newspaper) - July 12, 1873, Iola, Kansas ALLEN SATURDAY JULY 12, 18/^. NO. 28. THE EVERY SATURDAY LOUIS WALKER fe I Paper of DOLLA KATES OF 6. H. 9ii.VEBfisUTHAnd U to do kinda of and Clock on ehort Is nUo prepared to attend to in all its Office west lide public D. F. Ani Clock Watches and Jewelry neatly and promptly repaired and a fine of Cards of ten or minion one - one and 7& One one six months Out half six t 40; three three I local li a ad- J 10 and legal must be paid in will be sold cheap methodist Corner of Avenue and every a. and 7p.m. p. m. Prayer Til u V e a t 7i. T. Jr. | Coffins Hearse always in SarUl in THE CITY pF Its the county Allen is situated near tlie confluence of Klin Creek arid the Neosho eighty THE of the miles of and one hundred miles of Kansas tIie & Tlie following circular on issued by the American Public will be found to contain timely and valuable The American public health by its submits the following memorandum must available means for arresting and preventing the fatal pre I valence of cholera or one of the best and ablest i cholera in this country managed railroads in the | The this disease at directly through in the valley with Jts Xew Or to be Characteristic of not only of tlie in its but equally of the epidemic Kill that all matter which the from bis stomach and that the patient's of infecting is represented or by these discharges thai they are comparatively at the they are bu undergoing their trying to comfort the Frequently the coining in of a playful child restores peace to the troubled and so the of children sometimes prevents t le paroxysm of the The ordinary trades are found the dangerous scythes and are entrusted to i the arid such as those of and if not cobblers tailors assist in he ' i the nurses who all of accommodations second to no place in the THE OF THE CITY vices every at 10} o'clock a. m. and 7 p. f meeting p. m. on the first in each M. I. X Corner venue and lOl A. M. and 7p.-M. at M. ' J. Particular attention paid .to diseases AUo DENTISTRY IS or ITS Full set of teeth kral quality on One-half set bert quality Ku toll set plain on One-half plain ou 7i>c tu iu per at 4 milts north of loU Wilt ht in un the third in Wt. class and every at 10 a. M. third in carh at 11 A. m. COUNTY R. John Jl. R. H. of J. C. District SupL Pub. R C. P. ' A. W. J CITY John F. 1 W. I ] AV. | J. H. J C. B. L. L. H. J. N. C. 1^ as. A. F. A A. meets on the the full of the moon of each and every two weeks standing to W. m. a. L. JOLA I. O. of ODD J boM their regular every In their door north of the in good are invited to J. C. O. L. 1.. Valley T. heen recently refitted with every accommodation for especially rooms and airy bed We want public to cive us a apd F. Attorney at Allen 5-15 n. I. Attorney at Allen Kans. Will in the several Courts of the and promptly H. W. at Kans. m cnt Door 9/ i anT U the of the Sute will receive AU promptly Dr. S. Dental Is aov to attend to Dentistry in the tmM approved the beat of material satisfaction A cure for Sore darges as over A. Real Estate DOES A LAND Pah Office OH Madison one door East Davis d- JOB WORK of grait variety and superior itTle done at the Office of NEOSHO L. L. 3 Dealer In Foreign and fe from all pans of to this alt in the t DEPOSITS on Deposits as pfr Collections and remitted STAMPS FOR L. 11. i the 1.1 dii uf all Special to 11 O B s E S H O i S tS lii belter than to strung and or done on short 5!iti!>faction war 1.. MEAT I Have a MEAT leans to Memphis to has and is of its onward That it is in former bv the owns of the from the date the town bv laid out a hy increase has lieen taking and the city contains a population of some The has just a line brick building which cannot for convenience and The a To and arrest its progress and prevent the prevalence of tills of sanitary it is lhat the inhabitants of cv city and town should promptly to the most effectual anil the known ot and thai ble i and a- far as has a well built frame building 11,1,.. Utore ol which with a And that the of tlie in able house of The Masonic one tlie blocks in the ami ii in a The idil uIku own the in which and ate and Tl to in we will therefore that lola uins live Dry two two lUsit and two two two one ix One j one I one and otic two Jewelry one Real and Insurance and jiroud that best 10 prevent both panic to know and ll ir. Willi The promote the and of cholera 1. or badly of I. and animal damp and and c ttf Iv a ca-c of tlic two one 0110 one r ' three fvo two and mii one rain and Coal and of the choleraic attaches to whatever clothing and like things have imbued and if not of spreading the and skillful habits and with pure water arid are the and sure of and in all and for all ol The destructive enemy remove the local that favor of anil it let p out by and the and may now or than any other thai the of the are given in for the and Ilie iwo two Furniture and one thai make - manufacturing a- - even be by the r and the at ll th. nf ir with 1 and cc and d v South Ani are prepared to give ENTIRE SATISFACTION to their D. C. 6RUBAKER, West Side Public - - Faddle Buggies and always ready ou a moment's Charges 4-ltf Manufacturer of and Dealer in noted tor and where now be .at h and will to the town a fur ilic of in any 111:111-ufaiinriiig find this in the as the only controlled and improved to a to in a of Ik pure drinking ill. and The - a d Xo is bcUi 1 pure al a depth of from twenty-five of the very can pr. at a material cheap rabic blocks anil c Jily to and may explained tu nature anv in- barred and the in- an I the a a by I uf the at of it- and r. c- received the I lhat the to care twelve f hile U- n tu in and tl all nowhere and uf lo hull 1- Not there and to tli ' and the 011-'inlur-of tiie and thai if they be under medical and all away without previous liave been by the result of the they their own infective ce ty to the matters remarkable One of a which i mingle in tilth had a patient who or in upon jumping out of the and effluvia which those ex- neath which lav a huge that if the the and infective by leakage or talked much almut this from drains or or jump I should like to see you do I wise gets even in the smallest prefer to go down or through porous do said the this jump can to wells pr other source's of come But he never it can in the most tinned it dangerous very large A story of the of the that the mad is given here at the ' of The great novelist found a man as believed unjustly imprisoned in an and determined to get him His lives were his and for bis There was nothing liU to betray any carried the the and a decree the Me invited him to with a few at his on the of his s The man declined so that 1 the al Irom the poor that it lor him to except at where is believed to violent his first day at by smashing twenty-four panes if but no was taken of it. The next day die broke half many this was the next dav he broke and so it continued for It must mil be that confinement i- wholly In an was fur lint the whole of eight anil has to a and more are hundred authorized to receive -ix under who arc obliged to see every patient to every house and to Ihe 1 But in thai is most is out to every is Inld in reserve for excessively ur the are in s and an uf tu roam and not Tht p d tu two and a ate to be uu tu the K at a little are said to all the h would prevent the of tliC humane treatment ia Ill our we have an Dur a arc built on a are In If an 1 and speedy control of the M. 1)., 1.; C. M. U. 1>. C. C. M. 1>.. 1). M. Y. W. and 1 1).. V. iXi public h 11. NiW June I - ol alia a- Lunatics al r. w. the of written by r. it is a vi ry -t the - m. di- elp |i 1.,. Mach solicitude and no little disgust are just now being felt by the English over the dissipated and habits of the Prince of heir apparent to the throne of From his he has been noted for bis wild and licentious but when by an about a year very near the it was fondly hoped by the royal family as well us by the that if he should be spared he would become thoroughly The prostrate Prince narrowly escaped the power of the grim and was gradually restored to his wonted health and For a time it seemed that the hopes of his friends in the matter his reformation were certainly to be but the experience of the past few months have well nigh all the pleasing anticipations of a and gloomy and anxious fears brood over the of the Aside from the personal disgrace and which must be felt 9 a with a net Ills mother and other 000 a or a the royal the fact that England mav at any day have to accept so reckless a as Albert Edward as her is not pleasant either in or - - ' ChMp An exchange thus sums up the of the card letter The conclusions arc and it is evident lhat the next agitation will be tor If tlie ciin a lo any of the country and throw in tlic for otic delivery in provided with a carrier it charge a letter of and no greater three when the and If Uie government can manufacture and carry a card forone it can also aflord to carry a tetter say a of an for same rate of charged a which costs to manufacture than a If it can do to a law at the earliest extending the of cheap to who prefer to This is by the press and of the and unless the is to prove that the card service is maintained at a loss he will have no right to complain if Congress shall hira to carry letters for one-third the present rate of Our of the advantage of cheap are altogether in favor of the Bailed Eat It is said to be more than a rumor now that James Bennett ia to establish a ot the New York Herald ia The story is that the editor of the the neir journal be Fitzjames who is to receive a salary of a staff is tolie made ap of and American and that the paper is to make appearance on the first of January that London are to learn that one New Yurk morning newspaper pays a year for its larger than has been expended bjr Tima since its Does advertising Read The colored show Barnum will use up this year cost His small will cost His advertising in the newspapers will cost the whole of which is spent in printer's What is the result of all this Receipts 000 for the entire The following conversation two clever lawyers How doek your client like begins to complain of the is all to tight it Can we manage to get the jury again f know must work for get in the end but you'll of course f babies were several hundred miles by express 1n Oregon and arrived at their lion all but express agent was almost worn ont ahead lor shingles for and other will vou lend pa your lie only it to send it to his uncle in and ask your father if he will just lend me the roof of his I only want shingles to make the kettle Take a of Kef or and as long as vou can get it. Sprinkle salt on it. if j clergyman wrote lottery ticket agent do not of I regard them as no than gambling Jly son bought ticket five but if it draw send the money to W. R. editor of the has turned tip and is indignant over the story that he away with money Ue announces Advocate will reappear July A young named Michael Quinn has committed for at Little for sending the mail a card containing a libel on This is the first case toAL of a good found at no the and is at twenty whili this aj we .It I 1-y timely uf 1 the nee may 1.1; he can at e j water ami ' or sulphate County a in of twelve half a pint and no better proof of aeid added to s be wanted than the facl that in the every in cln and Ii can In- in Iv there is a neat an 1 house with school 11..1 at hand the - av 1m- d it. tlie 111 The h the the melancholy uf the ol lur the her has in makes an inw arrival arc in in than in a The new I. lar Icr i- reci in of a the brass an extra of the One of the most head of a family in a a location for a that of ' and in this no better could Im- in this or any other than large ef the best lands in the and and at reasonable on long which are continually increasing in and in a few years be to as many pieces which are now in the market are but a few from ibe 1' Hence those looking for cheap farms on which they desire to reap the of the time in makinga selection and To prevent and water every water pan ur privy once or a To of privy this - and - imt un their there is a suit uf and in the the ui as a by the Willi the head ut It at in at in the and drains gradually in shurl ill tills nmil it i iie of disinfects all the on these For by them aiel of elevated by the trusts which any has in him as well Its by cast fur And sive masses or surface ] the excellence of the air and the ami for sewers eral to be the the of coal tar curative at Allowed is tar may In- 11-c I a- a full to come and to sleep or disinfecting paint the walls and to or only restrained and j Irom doing any harm or is .as an ing the the walls and in patient by has tight and tie with the p in will curl it. it lip ith anil into rapidly wall r. the piece the longer it will Try with a When cold it will slice Italian citizens of York are to induce President Grantj Dix to tisc their power the of iu Italian ' which to by TiiK by twenty other are protected from of boys and It is to rob their at public J disturb their gr them thire are gins or any similar 'the i are fond irf things their 111. iii j and they know their friends up mid in | is in this country to id thinking over their The j the of which i- even now ' is to the which shall family j A the of gent the uf the of over When of not more than man who had in tree it looks like the blight which killed the trees in Ohio and the Middle some thirty-five years blight at that time was have tried and It is lo be not humanity will of our choicest 111.111'! till in and dryer damp walls and in patient 11-1 1 damp places and it nor irritated bv nor to the bottom hinds is a 1,^,,,,),^. practiced in meditate all the while his own black lyell adapted to the factories and in facl he is of cotton or and | with is a sharer depth of from ivc to fifteen To disinfect the clothing the cares a village are generally covered bv matter is ont of but a ami for a that amount of lime the water wash hills which makes for an A instance of to small gram and in a farming Tlie upland One of duces was bv a voung which includes tlie of the 7i,^._ that his miMic we once of its features anil brought under ducc largo hand the zinc water patients waich the little what upholstery in and have bv the sick with how fond they are to grasses and grain of all lime the of which made famous by having beaten in a race with to have a of the animal taken at full the but be lhat it could lie began after a while was able to catch on the wing with great A few days ago he to the owner of Occident that be he take the He ail the sheets to had in and with he made a Over this trained to and was in for the to transfix an white the horse was moving at the rate of feet to the The first of and the camera on the no the second day with velocity of and a was On the having studied the matter to have two past each other by nd in doing to leave an eight of an inch for the of a as tile and by an of double a that shows Occident &c. KEEPS A FULL SUPPLY In Bis OF NEEDED IN THE All Work sBor j the South Gate of the no be found county raise such as will bear ship 1 Principles and duties to her it i- as I. That thorough of the sat at work with Tills branch of business is tie and and an abundant supply the babe a maniac an feature in Of pure are essential means of ed upon heit with a pair of shears to as unusual facilities are preventing way As she in it. 1 hen the charged to krep him in ranges where thousands of That general ring this the woman nwe up quietly can feed and fatten in the and disinfection should and her child as a in ever yet and proud of his discovery as the governor IS of the picture the artist is as may be found a short ed to in every city and from the and prairie bay in cholera and that can lie had for the j wherever it does that The above are but a few many j the exposed promises should be kept reasons looking for locations should at least pay lola and Allen constantly 3. That in the words of the a vivit Great the keyhole she watched thO windows of maniac gradually retreated before thei little one till he sunk into a chair in the back of the mother child into his arms andj left it screaming to After she had and turned the It very hanl to get ahead the In wearing the French been by the the French walk the by one in the next in and thd third in Engravings of these of fair puzzled and angry Prussians are the fruit trees will be If it the loss to our be Talk up anil work up your own townsmen and Cive to every and creditable enterprise in your for as certain as follow so certain will of merit repay every We cannot live unto and we discourage any movement in behalf of a place without inflicting Denouncing tiie place where w-e live as or with any such is to bring just such a condition as we American died at on June 27th, aged Ho life a in a hotel anil wards was a traveling and apprentice to a One of the editors of the Cincinnati Enquirer saved the cook of a canal boat from and has since letter from the girl's have girl and she's It a country after coming lo a railroad the other day and reading the out for the climbed to gazing the wanted to know in the thunder the old thing the of thee will get a good crop from this said a Quaker preacher to an tiller of the about the beat I know of is a shovel of good ohl manure lo the The contest between Judge Lawrence and Judge Craig for the Supreme of the 5th district of Illinois has resulted in an overwhelming defeat of Judge It is claimed that there is more carpet made in the than in all the rest of the United and Britain Iris wife from the other saying he seen a ghost in the shape of an ler me was the reply the irate don't you be at your own The of Du Kendall and Kane have organized a of at 111. The market davs are to lie fixed li for certain days in the when the producers and those wishing to too sweet td heir will meet face to means they are buying and The j. and vicinity adopted ' ' York can put on with a hired watch and chain for per A seal ring and pair sock can be rented for five cents an lie same a year or two and it worts A writer in the Popular remarks that children's ears never to be for besides I an ill-mannered way to punish it is liable to injure t ently the delicate membrane of the f ir. ' Xor should the car ever lie ' cleaned out with the of a much less with a ' burnt district in Wisconsin is from the ravages of the 150,000 ar the distinguished arrivals the Union Stock o June 21st, was weighing 4,300 The leading in San pay 3.1 Jier cent more for water than I The half of this year will shoW which is said to lie marching the farm again this destroying everything in its unhappy section is hrough and it 4eems as if there no end to the Calamities upon it. rived at Xew The United States and Tigress have licen despatched in search of the steamer ' notion of nobility is that a. nan of birth is one whoso remote thought did something and his centuries lothing at The young man who abstracted a steak from his boarding and las Imd bis with ays he will have his boots way he in tired of A upon a lady's excused himself by saying he thought she hail pasted some The savs tlie ocean in Deaths from heart disease have twenty-five per ia 1
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