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   Neosho Valley Register (Newspaper) - June 8, 1871, Iola, Kansas                                G. M. OVERSTREET ik CO., E i 0^ \nt. (10.�S; tix aontlu �r.M| tim* nootu 't.iM; ant i�KtIm 11^ vA nbnqatnt la-�(�i�?^'%>>!W   I- 0- of ODD tSl/-*T^1L_Jk IiOW8,hoU thrii; ^irf', cvajyTaiadaT rrt-mns,\ tbilr.ball, ntxt door aortb ,o{ tba Port 01biv=^<^(I S bnUma ia cod  id> tL* Public aqnan, in tbt City Hal). ATTOllNKVS AT LAW, limporla, KanMI. Will i)ractii'  order and in a work aaiikt aunaar. 8bop on Walt itreet. O. E. CONNER ft CO., WU0L8SALE   PAPER WAREIIOUSE, Ro. 823, Mala .ttreet, Kaoiaa Cil; MlMouri. t-na-lj WOKTIIinOTOJI, , A TTOR.VEY AT LA�P, lola, Allen Uoonty. /V K�u>M. Will iiactic* in the i.vrr.l C.iuiU  e Sui*. (Joll�ction� made aod fftnitted prompllj.      ' l*-*^ ious w. SCOTT. oan. A. lowtur. REtL ESTATE BROKERS, lola, Kaniai, Do 1 general land agency KiwineM, make c"ll�clioii.', p:ij tax's for non-resident., Ac. fiffue, in the .tone block, �unth tide of the COUXTY TREAEUBIR, Licen.*d eonrejr ancer, tola. Kan�a.i k\t kiud.ol legal iu trunjeuu drawn to order. Taxe." paid for non r�idents.   Bujinese eatrnited tohis carewill [.romptly atleudod to.   Office, in the Court Room. JOVLX HARKIS, SHERIFF OF ALLEN COUNTY, ��aL Ka TAT* AiEST, lola, Kan.xs. Tiller e�m-iu�), tBX� paid for aon.rMidenU,itc. Offlce in the l^juit lloiue, up aUira._ J|. KHOADES, DF.rUTY OOUKTY SLRVEYOR far'Allen touoty, will attend to at.y borineH in his line, Re.ly-pd $5: �^OMOMPATniO PBTSICIAK gaon. OOc* ia 4 ISar-rj cvtt th* Kinp Brtdge OlSo*, caijt aid* W tb* rqaar*. nil bank* MI&H.J.PESK. baajoetbaevtBl trarcliacpaUieWII_______._____ fint-daab Ckaisti |l��aoaM�. Ceaifatty located, eavdoerkaatkot tit* rMOan.lIoU, aadfluai^ th* TKKritKAKICli aeosB. rr BAKOBOFX. PnccielMr. Battofritb. JUL. lie aqaan,IeIaiXaiM*.   fiaeatawill HBOSBO Alil.BT bodsb. TOLA, 14 X. ecial atleodoa gJTea to tbebaiUtagof WmML X�Om aad 001 try residences. . ^ Shop south side of the Pailic Squarct Four Doora Eart So. I Haidwan Store, lOLiA,     -  -  -  -  KANSAS. T5-aS-ly D. G. BRUBAKER ft SON, Dealers ia all kladi of cboicB FAMILY GROCERIES, mSWABEaiiWOOBEHYABB; At the i^eapart market fis�r�t. Cab paid for COBN, OATS, POTATOES, / ^ BUTTER AND BG6S, OP�H TO THAYER^ ^ASrS. kMrlliLavitiBce^llGMoii BAtUtOAn> ON AND AFTER MAR. 5,1871, traioi will ran from Lawrence and Kaa-BU City u foUowa: Ooins Bontlii taiva (Bxpran.) (Accom'n.) (Night Ki.) Lawrence. 1130 s. m, 8 00 p, m.   ...... i^S?t?A&a WON, Sibley....IMS do TlnUnd..llSS do Baldwin.. 12 U p. m. Ptai'eCiCyltir do Norwood..12 30 do Ka. 0.10 00 a m Oiathell 05 do arOt'al2 55 r m Ottawa____115 do Princeton..! -13 do Richmond .2 b2 do aamett....ZSS Jo WelJa ...3 OS do Divide.....3 41 do Carlyle....i03 do loU. .4 33 do Hambo]dt..4 55 do Tioga......5 30 do ABura AT Thayer.....6 2ft do ^25 do 838 do 8158 da 905 do 9123 do 5 00 do 8 45 do 9 25 do :i 10 p. m 1225 a m 2 25 do 2 45 do 3 20 do 3 45 do 4 20 do 4 50 do 5 20 do 5 40" do 8 00 do 8.30   do 9 00 do 9 lOso Thayer.... J.8 00 a m Tioga.... i.S 50 do Humboldti.9 25 do loU.......9 55 do Carlyla....l014 do Divide.....10 36 do Welda.....11 08 do Garoett...!! 40 do Richmond.12 13 pm Princeton..12 33 do Utuwa.130 du OUthe.317  Idt with tb* H., E. AT. R. W. for Neosho Falls, Leroy, Burlington anil Em,-poria, and with i^tages for Fort i^olt. Eureka, Eldorado, Wichita, Augusta, DouglAS, Win field and Arkansas City. At Tioga with the if K 4 T R W for Parsons, O.-wegi) an'l Clietitin. At TbojiT with �tag� for Xeodesha, Ind�-penili-nce, i'arkrr. Fre,lunia, and other (lointi! in Southern aii'i Southwestern Kansas and the Indian Territory, This is the best and most direct route to the celebrated Neosho Valley and the Usage Reservation. ' Freight ukep frono any point of the East to the end of< the track without break of bulk. Through contiacta made for either freight � passengers. For fall: iiHormation relatiig to either freight  i a hoarding iiniraiici'. The family miirt have a liuiiie, ami the hotel or the NiardiiigdeniM' can never give it.   To have a himie which i� not all a name,   yon niu:.t have a door whieh .~lia!l o|K.'n to yonr.- a- i� no other hand,  thre-liidd nii-in wlii.l. y.,i; step as the drawliri^lge to.yoiir ea-lle, a hoUx; over whieh you may g-i with llu tinthou^ht eonsciousue..� that it U your-alonc.   Iti halls must not l>c the thor-otighCire of a luindreir |iaIfahome; tw\ tluit niarrieil liJ  striven after unfalteringly till it is obtained. It is ea-ier to enter U|M)n the cares and work of hou>e (ln-t-ter .say home) kivping at once, than when the indolent habits of li :inliiig have taken .w.iy your heart for it.- While you are alone, ouly husband and wife, it would be Itetter if you had Tlicrc hiu been received nt the Oe , C, a grerniah* colored limestone containing Eaaern Cnniiilnif, a forainuiifcrutu creature'of | niierii�^ipic dimenrioas, wliick livoil in conimuiihitw and biiill uji iU sXony receptacles in the ocean, m & manner analogous to the conLt of the present time. The limcKtouc  o^vw itii coloring to an admi.\turc .serpentihc, and when'himf lapineliBg Jule*. Quextipiii! altcntaudy by the court, the HwfeV attorney and defence, m uattallv aiiswercU by an "intelligent jtt-ror"- i "Art! you opposetl to capital punidi-mrntf "Oh, yes-yft�, At." "If }i)U were on a jury, then, where a man wtw being tried (at hw life, you wouldn't agree to a verdict to hang PAIUS SURRENDERED! WILLIAM DEITZy Tbachaavioa Boot aad Sboa �akar, baa w>( airrendcaJ,. bat haa adraacad Uf Of fraat. wberab#i crly yhadrd or blendcil hi d.^S-sed among the vcrd-antiiiue marble:]. The sjx'cimcn in question �^anie from a Riil-road cutting 011 the Adiroiidac and I.ake Cietirge Ilailroad, about twenty-five miles frtini Sanitoga, iieitrTlnirnian .Station, Warren County, Xcw York, and thereff)re from the most soutlujrly j>ortioii of the .Vdirondaek Mountains, thiu giving u.'i not ouly a new locality of Eozrx/n, but one of great extent. IJy treating with clilorohydic acid, the striieture can lie develoixtl lieaulifully in the siH.eimen.s reiviveil. ^'uturali^t.s and gc sile is found to lie one mass of /''rzofjii Cttnwlrn^, [ Tills fossil owes it.s distinction to tin fact that it i.S found only in a cla.s:s fif riH-ks whieh, from their low; |iositiou in the gwilogii-al scale, had -hhvay.s been regarded as azoic, or not inclosing any eviileiiees of organic life, at the time when they wi-re dejaisitcd, and its !�-longing to an age previous to the )ij>-[M-araiiee of life uiKjii tiie globe. It was first madv known to tft scjen-tilie wiirlil by .""ir Win. l,og;ui, th;. director of the ("an.ida (feologica! Survey, in b' eiation of .S-ieiiei>, lieidat ."-�pringlii-i'l, M.i-s. It w.m first di^i-oy-red by .^^r. .1. Met'ulloi'li, on the (;iraMil Calumet f.-Iand, in the river Ot-t:iwa, ami has Im-cii obtained Irommany otiier loealities .-iiiee in difiereiil i>art>. ..tthe I.:iuri-iitian Mountains in C'mia-da. and the .Vdironihicj in the United .enter, the eminent mien>s-Aipist of I. e-low the Silurian rocks, and is only tbund ill the lowest series of the I�iur-enti.-iu formation, and therefore millions of years befon- the linguhe anil fueoids. om-e n-garded as the olde^ in-liabitaiits of the rocks.-A. I{. Itois."-l.i:r;.   Vict'-ji-itl Hwnif,  I'. S. (t>iirnil Yes, sir-yes, I would." "Have you fornutl or expresseil an opinion .^s to the guilt or Innocence of j the accii.s e rumor." * "Perhaiisyoiidon't understand; would yon r asthmatic diarrhea, another for chronic inflamatorr bron- holy obedience which U tlte best a.
                            

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