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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - July 4, 1872, Hutchinson, Kansas                                1:1 I' � * f '' HUTCmKSpS, POtTNTT SKAT Off&NO, KANSAS, JtTLY 4, 1872.   v   \ �MIWD MnMl) ifcit^llttffK'l' �*ur m iw*t*ofH�trjiii�(.tv vUrtatArinnsu V�fi*y, the �janNtl�rKatlsu. >  V v 'fakhihst in tlw Kiwi ftniMnx, MaMshuort, UMMjraat*rMWCU., . TbtMigrfat Mttl �HH fl t, iliiM utilMiigthfo i>�Wf, which ell� �Mocdt�glna)n a..' .."II tnaieatlnMW fttm mv�tt(y>d^ to oiw huhdnd :>Ihmm i"tim Importanon oTthli hnprov�0�nt ?M. ireotm^roMi hudly ho MwrMtltHttted] thonlsnoinlll ikmw .ttain SallnAWi north, or Augluta on thtMMat, A w�- till l� now tmlhltag on thu Smoky t^ mt/�wiy.-wii�iinoith=i^orfi UHl other rrtltU wilt probably be Jxillt ' no distant day in Uw coufttta nut, bnt hmmnM and ftrtllo country will alway* upon oar,wafer grtat tnll^ ,I.m--tLl wlU, the pWt�t �.i : :novht|irosreM liiUioOnkm. Itbo and BM�ag�d by ohe,or the mott pow norpormttoln In thta or any odtw eon 'Thejt hkvt�p|w and �n objcot ;*0'. ai ' a^  MKRe, Milt Heynoldshiw written oofiiliin : altar column In the Paiwmi Hjin and ether papen during tlie piutyear, Uslllng xh^ot k, �ti majrolBoonee of Uie M. Kj ft T. � ooloml pnparthNM or Bob S�o*en� li H lecttully hi the railroad wtte, and of Unkw cfterny orflont. Fryanii grader, tint ah, Hilton, my boy! tlioee th >ti< Juve cussed to he hnpruMlro up here lithe ttt,'' *Arkiu�aa Valley, where wobnie a Ifter, and the noble A. T, A tl *, jf'MOrBey.i bwoidlng along oVor tlw  rkli � |h ;% tlirongli Uic Itonie of the^lxifliilo, af tli frate of two and throe- miles per  ..*�*�> pawinenta, carriages, An,, and lor Uwiaiuerahliii ineclianleal or donicstle tuat, fWi bin ten yean Cieni will lie thousands^ of | eopk) In Hutchinson blessing the day wlifii It Warideternilned to locate the town on both tanks of tyaw t'reek. j -   iMkttnliA^nitt. ' fho number of poot>'� NeMlttg In tbti Arkansas Valley,ami'Great Sonthwtst Is iMnetlilog stupenctoug/ The title of iiltml-gratlon to Kansas Is evklctitly In this dt recflon. Bclbre th� end of Dcccmlier, evety ptooe of.Cknwnmuht laod In ttotio county wtll haVo been ,taken by^rdyf thrifty and frugal Mttl**. Mik^Tor tlio rallroml tantM will, also have been sold. The lands of Beno, and Indeed of all the tottthwoslerii ouUlitles, are rcscnoil for the settlers, and not Ibr the bongry speculator, ttett to � rich field ibr the- poor man of, the populous EastorH and Northern ami Southern States, seeking a hotne Ibr hhn-sctf Midiamlly. In tho not distent fliture tbls Orcat Arkansas Valley will bd a home of. wealth to: thousands on UioUmuds of .Ihoso.hbwpoot'iwit^hOnOstA and^ileavrtlug. people. Wspcak the truth. Thert KpTen-ty of room, and the pregnant soli li fakiy Urging to send Ibrth Its rich harvests that good men may be Wealthy,  tt Is hardly .....lAfr.UftrfJfe J Ms 6ir4r�'��lla*�to�,*WSWl*f*-.JI�ll Isartaw-Wttan.. .iaa�l'''lhlh~.Tta�Hr u^m�r4 t�*i~C 4�r)iri�latt:|>at�h>�ai�ki trtr'kv c. iitiTOliN'sox. neecssary to itrge npOil Mtf Eastom Mends t the adranUgea which wUI restdt w^cnmem^atocilrrmg out new homes f* cannot oU be seen at  glance. In tlie rfjelthi g away bclbre" lira clouds oTlmnlC ^Ih* town ^.^^^"^"^llntheUeartof the Continent theneccsxt- ty ofoomlngnin^y,.^ kim town ami ooontryrromUiismr-mUtHf and ahuiUmHfJt^flt ofpm w�; " lftot all be socn at aglanoe. In the Item - of,water, 4>r extinguishing grants rushing Into, this Vroll�)Slke snows hwlllaildliniMnsciy.totheaslctyof wslbr.; an August sun.        ame flrst |lown,at>ddinilmh the rate of Insnr. Umj ,nolto of Uncle H*,u' ^ \materially,: iThtti Is hardly a town "ansa* or citcw hero In the Ijrost tint Is ^ � the micx osnnon iirtenately' slhwtod In this rc*pcet' col. 8. N. Wood announces with a lively ly oMerman) bulH In many tuwiav floiirlsh of trumpets Uiat tin lnansgement thoto �r� frequently ht aleukycondl- of Ow Santa Fc road hn^ annomiced If not entirely dry. >> Xo water could th�lrloteiiUoo to lc^te tlw nrit^ixd stock talnod," Is the uminl report when at- yards of the line at Knymoml,JUce,owuv tsaremadctoelstingiiMiaflra. But ty. We shall rejoice with our good friends itatown, a supply' itipe May ho Inkl of Baymond, If rejoicing Is In order/, [n igh Main street, with convenient hy- Oicxoumeof a�)wmonais,hontwr,wncn its,towhlclilioM>, can quickly bo at- thcwhlaky drinking Is hi full Udc, the 1*1 and water conveyed to any part of dance-house* filled wltli lewd womcn,wkrti tho quarreling, tights and murders become of even- hourly occurrence, when their graveyard is augmenting. its numbers at n ftjarflil.rato with victims who have dkM lit tlielr boots, in'rhiipa our Itaymond neigh-" bors will not view tlie location of the stock yards at that point ns a Mibjectlbr nuicli rclolclng. When that time arrives, they will at least bo prepared to agree with us that there are two sides to the question. BUTLER couivtv. Tlie late eoUnbr scat election; In -Butler coiifltt saMJiliar iwl. of trouble. Tlie -the 'Jfgiaes awl ooustm^kiatrahw, tlie ttiouglit-, y tiU, wab!hnil,'wiMry lirfcllccjs at lieadquar>7 ,tera, are duck fhU of energy �asl delerml-aMUoav Thoy aro determbwd'to aceoas- � pllsh^no obteet That'oujoct Is Iliu. eoin-,�pWI�nof tlie Jtnaito tlie bonier of the ji'^tateby thc�r�t d�y of January-n dl�-lance of nearly tliree humlred uiHes. Then-Is no doubt or their success. The next bound wilt cony toe road from Htate Mnr to HanU^cUwuecto tlw I'udnq Oftan. Verify, UioAUihlann, Toi>eka ft Santa Kc IlaHroad ki � big thing, uud pros-liectitely bigger. among (-1 TUB THUS CATTUC TRADE, Hutchlnaun could undoubtedly law so-cured a Urge portion or Up Texas cattle trade had she made a ductiied cISirt with that end In vk-w. Behtgalluatodoiiapoj^-ular trail and well off In Um way of grass, water and^aUpphp tWUth^lt Is a natural,! r^rttfbr the drovers to aim at-to natural | In tact that a n hire had aoaaibdlnladty In keeping them away.v In jddjttoii to our naburtariva&agu^w Ar>T. ft 0, F. It. " o)|eredto put js�, oaWi yards here. Mialpiw'w^h^ 4t4m    many; congm^itateg^iwlvea twoa brijujt wh�i-' ..It Fiw, aooortk�> �wrobaervat|o% b iMetettoua fcOMJougrufl to the tow of klohbavolt vIteolte(^atrui|#leot, vk> kim and ofteu iBUrderoiMi poouUtlon which W�ya|a|4.fMolv':lpay�)ti go �oon',j�'' (be uottaelra*) ahjfta to onollier point, Another Important o^kKition to It adyaiwod Iff the fato^leof-ltM^iliiaou la thu well-known foot that .thkr tndu liitHHbieoa tho Texas few 4UH0)ig the native atoeK' w)iK&dustroyslheuiby tlwunaud*. itatai iiuaWc{u|M)i|leonr� where tlieie ara n� t\awMf,aak the vusu In tftu wbolo Ali kwaa� V�aejr.; tta. H kwjou*  uiid:(as^g>s agr^tafe: i^mtmAfl wltoutt loaves  (own tho pUoo colla^ae* uuiy be am wup^^ -.fl^^sf. Mw^w*flPW,^ws3a!PWWPiw^r.iCTaii;R.aawi ( '�|>cople that Northern K"aiMass|iall have a niiroaeiitatl�s Southern Kansas a rep. rem-ntaUre and WMtem Kansas .i*np& aentattve: Judge towv lias serrod the people of the Stats outhndly during lib .term, arid ha* sec^inMl nMmbeiieaclal Icg-ialatlan ibr Kama*, than any other Con. grcsjdnau sheeveraent to Washington. It MXiiis |mt rationale that 4ils fUitfaful and canuxt laborer should be n>*k?ct�L rfhero nan ho no rtwnuablu doubt that be will I�; 'nierclsuooinoaltlou to hhn tnywliere; Conceding this tO/�dge ioW, wo* bara ruled the UU Ibr South.T Kansa�. Ifortb. em Kansas will bake care of Maeir, without Interfavnce Inn 'ouftklers. "Tlio people or Uie Arkansas Valley wlU east their'ldt With-the West , Tlie pipidty. growing dktrictspr VYeatem Kansas dewiml aW eullarinan torcpresciit Itiuthy Jegislasive' Mteof.%coant7y, ^o-'wis^itiSlgol * ^WiPww. wdiiot rpW Ihetai, archuig out his own best; JntaMtsL Tb^'^bardy,- progwasiw,  Ift^Kansaab^Wiw Ibr ibVd^ g^gue^Tluitls settled. m�tw��ti' toMieofthoeacalni, cool, wat.4iful,,tief-, sUtcot win, with a skull fhUofbrabMdliVi ri|)Jk�Bd by �xper)euoi!, who has gone #m^MieJ^i*a�mlU, whoK KnowA our wairtsaod b wflllng to work and do to our IwhklfrMd who has no selfish �mb t?> sub-,�r>t) diat inay tawtb with the wbbos of thepopjite. blherv mih � mau among u�T IfM�o�l t{\       mm emw.- y f," ,i galley has how o^vatixMbkl *bOv� HW Ume Arkausa*,' CwisooueuUy, the on Hi with tedious and exasperating- uelnys'ln; it.il dodge, and tho Augusta pco^e ore uniwiaUy exasperatod, and have inurched u|ion tlio good town .of Eldorado with force and arms for tlie purpose orcjntur-ing the county -records, but up to  duto all her cflbrtx hare been reimbod. These oounly scat elections am troublesome.' no county seb a model example In this rcanoot fM>o has no coimty seat broils. Hutohlnsou b tho coimty acat and always WlUbe. ' "' . 9REECBV There can bn no reasonable ;do�ht now tlirrtlliiraeo Oreeley will be ratified by the Baltimore Detnocriitlc Nnttonal Con-VMitlun. Host of tlw HeimimUc State Conventions liaye eudorsed' the Clnchuiatl plat*mn,aiHlweuntiol|>atetbat the Con-.vciitloii next mootli wlU endofaa Groclcy, ^Ith but few dissenting voU*�. It Is hard to tell which will have swallowod the big-^foW^h^y or the Dciuocritey, I�M�JilJiKflcattoiis 'are thut In the conii; In nttomplmjt to outB^e the most sirtk* Ing choraeterifitlosOf tKifArknnsas Valley, otic iintiiratly. oomnMKM with the river' which flows through tMvnlley, the jiaxsWaAt, iiiVKu llor*of tlieking^lrtreamsln lliefnlori aalta wlndliig'col^M ^tflflssures little leaV than 8,000 miles, tt rises In Colorado Tef: rltory, longiUKlc 100J (legs, went oftir�eiv  nillen nortli oftliesoutlillnc or jtlie Slate, 'runs gle to the nortlnib>t jl It diverges to the aoi/ Uknownas" the sos Blvcr." 'At of east, until tt enters aho SllaeisslppI lUver,. ^itWlifat^c^AtlWii^riittiTiohiV �n*H way between Memphis ami V^ksburg. It must be rcnHmibered/tbat *   ~     ' yonrs have �mieientiy demonsrratcd' our nMMtlhtnl Wrtlth. iMt yenf thefo A-ert rtniwil UpbM, �t\a sod in tlil'i Valley; i. e. to IW bU entltt nil other cotintrk* It* tlicvorlil. tiinl fiirtlllstprs must first or last I u< i - ' . '.a all States cast of ils/.wo lutvo n, >.-Ing supply In the wst gytimuii � i 1'l(i�fw'< i< and Cowley comities. ThoAl-J" ��. . remote western Ke\V tlctsoy and Maryland^ compnrwl with which even the poorest Hills of tho Arknneaa Valley arc as garden soils. SUItFillHIMa  UKVKI.OniKST, 'J'wo yonrs ngo tills mngnlllccnt VallcL vim a vast solitude, whofic silence ww only dlstm bod byrliimtcrs in tlie iinsult of, line. .SoW there wltliln tlio Valley below* .U:nnHl,tlie, counties offninice^hirtoiiv to/Itciio.IInrvcv.Sotljovlfik, Snnincr and *W, hII of which, excepting the llrst wo, ore organized, mid contain ftom 1,000 o 9,000 InhablhinlK e(ii!i.   Here nro the ; hrivlmr towns of Great Bend, Ziimb, At-> nlibi, fVnecv Hutehlnsoni.:Newton, SedgH dek, Pnrk City, Widilbi. Sumner City, IRWl'labi'-' Oxford, Winlleld and Arkiui-] im VMj.    Tli'M nro schools, ehurcln priuHiig n c�"cs, railroads and telegrnjflis. Itcrc is the. at of empire for nil- So'itli-weKtern ti�.�iLS.   Hero are not lex* than 40,000 Sqiut'  i idles of as fertile soil, as well watered uiiii us nviiltliy lis any.- equal ox-tent In tho State .of Kansas.    Here Is n country half ns lurw ns the whole Statu of Vermont, and (pilte oi[nblu of, siipportinir a half million itreople, - And yeuu this Iftlr domain li.i �1 � tniiyb^'.wid.ibr JiolhinK u'l .se iiu-,v. tuid Railroad Attorney at Uw, i *ai OOUMTI ATTORITBt, f ^ tayl#p riMl, Att'y dc Connwlor at I*w, mmmuimut, HOUSTON WHITtllDC, Counselor at Law, S3- OlDco In Uie Katrs Frtattag XrtHm, vVt.laX. LYNCH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Omaotm Main stnal, misrj>� ami Bmt. { ATT'Y AT LAW, _HVTCUMSOX, tAHSAI , ,     , ATTOBNEI Af LAW, ItMcMsMa, Imm,.'  nbi from tlie.meltiiiir,______.. ,. ouo half of Colorado, It never flows outside lb shallow bod. Its hanks during May and-June arc nearly ftdl, nnd oppllre--',--' Its vast and rapid waters are aboat to "' dbbwcea nd not by lioArkai^ it so fur as In tliat lands. Its n lour to now to wofthe itry bo-rer tlitui it carriet snows of and devastate tlio egttte \ulley, kutb cu-rioiwly kept from Injury uud iiUaed.to WorkagrcOtlwiictlt Jp the Val|y, or at ttoljat'lfisi crop now arowhijr.outokle of'a mWm^m (W��oi.hwni. |tbJknownaf*HaM ''. Vtieniw-iNMlrleb broken un-'K pbHjtefl. Tho wrlU* bonwriuwii^ J&mmt immxl tbrougb 9th#ra'or ^ great ooroifrowhig Stein, wlthlu the 1^ Mm* week., yet he saw no �uc|i mag. tu^toom wrvim ��^ mm nod MW,rigfat>)m tba ilrkansai VtOky, Wo passed jip the fiuned Kaw Valley a lew daysaUice^ud we aaw/aoaiiclioom ikmm *e tavo (n NtcArltaiMW Vjdjpy. Shoulder ISM, <�5 wuudertul thajk our KUIen atvl (jilmii nri ty^TOftliitSbtii tfu?*m!k 'J*uU taM ��"���*�.     hi this a^tkax wltb0n\ttMti-halt  �w.ak� eai�b| do Ab wkhuiit au a� " " fmmWim', her ImcK. W� -�* - Ijrjpo ofJt, mn am. �i| UMihkiAiMiaii l*Piib*Uf�***to tiweref In Uioso highly ouiuvaiui rrgtosM wMat au> t�� iauect when sue laudaaaa wa|^l|H I HealiaU trtpM^VmWM* BMaouweshall anad HgWl on It^arbiatt ^aj�njgn Is^Wrmi djs|^ajsjHBa*Mk|i k^^^ajj^n^^f ^ dab TlStCi�Mimtiu ZhT* J^pg WrJ2_2Ssar'BaahT�aBaai; �KlVBto^sSt^aaaaslM iffi mSSmSSSSmmSm 110 rm^w does lw carry the Gernumvotc ta lib, pocket. Some of Die strougest OtnmuAiMwralti tlw country aniflw Grant Mid Wilson, and will reuwiln so, and a v�ry hw�! portion of Uw lieouau vote will be Ibt'Qraut. Itbbetterforthcomu�trythat Uwyoto^MUd ffidlvWod, T1w?�J|5s!> tojOhm[btvoton aeouBlh.g. to rHcooriia-^-"�""'siMitlfrcwbHoaiiawlfiiutirlit with tiger. t5ltl^msho�*I^Ameri-�an eiUaeiiH, aiMlttH-ir �otc�,�hould he-wist,: earning to Wheru they were bom or ling to the color, of their *h�, Lut. The  torwlo;, fljwe,W�tlC collWoiiS'wtth pJX$Z �ff�|tMno0minou. Tlie M&whig^from ^ Osksloaw, imlepevtemt, b too Keen to be to*** * Hetweeu .euston - aud I^aveit' row^geoar^and toproveut tbvjr aehig .rioiaily kept from work a grout tieuef bast to the soil of the^lower bottoiii hinds. WuuSerefo^T �Tlib nmaikabki ph tlie executive'l�i,ti&lUi><  kIii�, Tlwdrdiiwryjvltlti] of.tbo ArkolisSs hi tlib ftbto b a&ut1.0W |U., (h�Mite?,ui MTT, lanaj � Tlio ileviiMoo oi 1 Ids to,' less time lind 11 very, little labor will have fenced his premises Into � conveiiteut lotij proteetotl by the Invaluable Osage Orange, The latter plaiitbuatlva to thu couutry but a short distance south of us. 1 r jjib iikiiplaw. ' By the hikhigcttoct of thb Jawy-wliich wmiWnotlMiyolioon tt t settlers hud found an liliund-ttuoq of tiuiber^overy ucro of 'this land iniiy cosily aud tilienply be tiatcul Willi aa^ontugtt,nml oidmnb, Kmvv* .uui Ikild crops crown. Fur better Cjt for tlilh reglou Uwflthave thuhenl tow and little (huUirthaji'buikiprivodofllio henl law, Willi nit abundance of Umber. The enor-1110114 cost ai ui trouble nnd jkday of fencing ,   . .     . .   1 is 1,MW feet 'above Urn-Gaff of:9b"xj�o.'.v Thu elevation oftlie vvrkiiii~us.fiver:iivtlie |>oiut. crossed, by Die survey! oftlio: I^w Piiwortli, Ijiw-irence Mid Galvefiton II. It., iu tuniislied by tlie'khidncm o*f), Cllaimte, Geneml Su-' IH'ni.reiidoiit, Is-i'JO feetYUbovu the Oult; wlnlr Ifiiinphrcy & AMiptt lrlve thu elcvn-fioti of Fort Siultli, on tlio Arkiuwui river at the Wejitein line of tlio Statu ol Arkim-sns, at418 frat. Mr, Clwnute thinks the: actual elevation at tliceo ^points Is a little: more,�Q wo will call.it COO bet. This SllOWs that Uie ArkiUMaa: river, wheru It enters tlio State of Arkausas. Is 1,000 feet: belowtllouvcnigo level ofJleiio county. 'fltC directrw tit St. IiOllb is -105 tcet nliovo th6:Gt|ir, aiidtheli. B. dchol at tlie Uhita' Line between Kansas and Missouri; is 718 feet nbovct the Gulf, it is plain to nil that: with snch mi elevatioii tlio: Arkansas Valley of Statu of Kansas must be healthy. Its rise to tlie westward lias alreuily been alluded to and people can coine here hi cu-tlmconfldeiiceUmt thb Is a mild but vigorous aud healthy climate. �uUtynm Jlimtetfi, c. �j. HaUMai I'assiVioiT. ' :laLLail. RENO QQWW BANK,' jpTp.^iiiort|i|lk)^li|^*tr/ Sxchango Bouflhi and add, � Nmm mm,  mumr mi IIlltolllUMfl W-H.I. Btltad a)* mils wan^in rTT. uises by thai IsMt laumtt* Wm. IS. llutrfitooiir NOTARY PUBLK u.n.cl. Oonveyancjor,. j M C. V. llaiealaMB's Otis*, Kab HUTCIUNSOS, KANSAS. I�. �. OlntntoMl* JUSTICE of the] HUTCHlltsOM, KANSAS, a cKxowi.KixmEwre mu� mt J% l!uo� prwimlly nu*. AUaMttm tSH>hit oarii WlU tw shoiksmI i�WUhvl jfllTTCIIIKSQK, KAMjAi.;, Ijt^roavolitoil,juid a poor man tiuiy gi-ow cantbrive^srMmVwi'tnnnQt wJjfi fall. As 0�c*krabh^u{ tbchea^r formlghbore l^Wl\W�l%iW fojicoU hito oil tlm touiroveim'nw of a a..a,   a. a-'ru* fanaem, ,J i'l>'l�Wfor* hyoolltlmlm *rai, As fa m�4 be twe t ,     .......T.....____eluss rich, fanners, ,H certainly �  - -    ioor mail or valky b two to bar uilk^  xteutlliw In piaoM tuiiUataw.1 i^iiur lu uiiU-a. That thdm tomh-it .ofostnmj.evi'ryo1 bestfefly aagHdy I04111, made in #t sUi.li �)V. 1 utbtund depiita at havo hm waslted wml *um tin. 5S*, Hum, 4hM bv t� auritkn �^ ImW.lHa - t�ur .who " - VHOB. S. fCOKEHBY, ABACTOR     BUJLDBR, ^   llqicJilaMHi HrM,c*,' Jdtiuai. \iril/l/ lYirnldlt IKsisus, uuko Hf liowtot and W -tuko.PoiitriwOi, forilio �r*cllu�.ot liasl-toB uui dnctlliw liqiun, 64il�fu�(fi.n ,u 10 �ilou, Quality ut wutii, Av-.OjIIj i|u>iruu(vwl; :' VAOK K�J^U8T�B, BARBER & HAIRDRESSER Jtirt^oortoJ-.'lwards'jJf.iiiiitiui t'�r  '* < tr^Wwk ewlU�a^ a�4dbaaleli   V| Boot u ^homiWM^ Ea>t gjiluof Sort^^^^^^^ty 1.   -mwaMara 0.�. OttUBT^a. Ufca mariwd suiuirvloir KtuwM buaaiiuli bruf|irii|air uattir'tlum UieSrtlrieauiS S I* rpfffepi* MB ORS ^aWHHkv litf)   Ifa^TOIIWri �UTO Me. RE8TA IMMiajiiajMaj Warn   

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