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   Neosho Valley Register (Newspaper) - July 13, 1872, Iola, Kansas                                KEOSHO 11:11. VOLUME VI. lOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JULY 13, 187% NO. THE REGISTER. PUBI.I8HBD BVBRY SATURDAY LOUIS WALKER & GO. iOLJA,  KAflSAS. Official Tavkb. of Aixes Colxtv. �|E] SBMS-WO DOLLARS. BOSINESS DIRECTORY. DENTISTRY. lOLA LOlMiE, No. as. A. F. A A. MASONSj mwu on the , Wnlondajrt prrccJinctba(allot the meoa jot rack munlb, and evtry twu arwki thereaflcr. Br�tbrrn in good ttuxlitie are invited to attend. JOHN FKANCK, W. M. Wm. Ucu. Sec'^, tOLA I/D1X5E, N'i. -Jl- I. 0. of ODD J EL-LOWS, hoU their regnlar meetings every Tnesdaf eve-ninc, in their ball, next door north of the PoitUEee, Visiting brethren in jood sund-iuc, are invited to attend. J. EvcMEAKT. Sec'f. Prairie Ro�e Encampment, No. 19, Hold their repiUr ineetinc� on the lit and 3rd Fridaya of [each month.    Patriarchs in Coodeuadins are cunlially iuviled to attend. ; '   U. K. WIXAXS. c. r. J��. Friih-is'^ Scribe. Aleoslw Valley Ilojise, , IOI..\, KANV.llS. k. T. WIXAXS, I'mprietor. IVee oMnihtu to amlTrom all traiiii.   Uack to earrjr pauescere to any part of tbe uljaceut cow>cr. .Leland. Hotel, T        lOI^ KANSAS. �  F. V.fMnXElJ, rn.pri.t.ir. This ho^eiei* ne-w, ami bus Ik'cm littcil vp in the bevt of>t7le fortheaccomiuudatiun of tbe public.   (HiarEei reai-unable. Frer Itu* to and /mm iill ti'tiiu. HKSBV W. Ti�:4�rr. jlEHIIir ii. 111.* tii. tAlXOTT & I'l'LVKH, A it or 11, e r/ s (|/. t L a lu, Tola, Co. KiiHi'. HV�/ Siih PalJi'i- .'i'lunreMt rr'H U'>ir,t' Gf;-fir) ��./ Ihrliivm't Ilu -.lirarf St'irf. 'aw* l)�f.re any. of the C mrts of the .-tote �ill receive caret a 1 altenli[iil.   Ail cm1!<:c-tiuui (irouptly r�mitt�l. XKJ,S .V F. A Attorney af- Law, Iiila, Allfii CoiiiitV, Kiiii^.   '>-I'> Da. G. W. COVERT la DOW permaEantIr lucated near CAaLTM, fonr mllei north of llola, for tbe practice of bli pro-feuioo. Teeth Extracted with Init little pain by throwine a current of electricity thronsb the tooth while extracting, Fillinn of E ' I.I;M8,   Al'RICOTS, Ne'-t.iMin�-,lcuria ., tou, Kana. i >a aifual attaniioB giyen to the diaeaaee t Woraaja and Children in ckruaic and acute oaaea.-�^r �-18-ly I   X. T. WIXAXS. PhysieiaiL ^- Surgeon, ! still atteoda to calla in hia prufeaatcn.-  bad. In fact, erery-Attaf lietfalainc to the trade done to order MUi .(a .a workmaalilje manner. Shop on )ire IMS. EiTABLUUKD ISIiV. L. L. NOETHRUFj BO* lOLA,       _    KANSAS. Dealer In Foreign and Domestic Exchange. PAwage ticke'.a furnished from all parta of Karope to this and all other' iioinW! in tbe United rutaa. DEPOSITS RECEIVED. Interest Alloired on Time Deposits as per Agreement.  , Collectiona made ind remitted promptly. D18TB1CT Scno t, M.i-t Diiralilf aii.l Clifa|i-l-st oIllTfll Id llic |iulilk- Gont^actors and Builders of all kinils of iJriilgiT', Railroad, Higliway ami Swing Brlilges C'nmi�i:<<' , .STEAM EX-(;IN1>:. I'DliTAIU.E AXI> .STATU �XA UY.^ I i:nX;I,||.-r AXI) roltiK Pl'Ml'Sj �IXliLE AXI) DOllJLEAlTJXC. CHANDLER & JOHNSON Have oiKncd a firgt-doM MEAT lAREET, South stile PiiMic Si/nKie, one tlitor eoft uf Ihirir li: VuiuMyt. Tlu'v Icifp coiiHtantly 011 IiaiKl tlic ya-riuUH IkiniLt of FRESH MEAT, And arc prepaccd io p\c Entire Satisfaction to tlieir Cosiofflers. MIUX^SCTTE'S  STOHY. Mr. .Simon Pyter, that goes tp cpllegc wlicre pajMi tcaclie�, came to graudjia' nei riiood wltilc Yim tlicre, to hc a tlic"country, and lie stayed awliile and laughtjdrawlnc xcbool 'n pciimontiliiii Aunt Olliu ana Joe went, and juirt tlic time nte. I wtm gladdest of any to �ec Iiim, '(inuHe be \va.s niy pet of the atu-dcntii. 11 UDcd tu tbinic he wiu relation to the man in the Uibie, but lie ain't. Ob! Iiii brought me'the niorit: tliiugii, and heapii and hea|m of love and IcLmoi; and lie told nie bow baby nisler bad grown, and bow Mwcet and funny .�lic was; how one morning she put Uic kitten in tlic tea-kettle to make te.t-out �t, "iilv the water wami't but junt warm, umfhow Hhc got ." '' =' '  wingK to her ariiM, key tail (tiic buuiiekcr|ier''alwnya Niven fix It.' lou ongbt to have ijcen the the sum-hinc falls ujion u* like .1 pkgnc. old bidv laugh as we clinnged it, and We might do TOnuthine to check tbe she iaid, " Laws, I 'most knowed there hiortality of these burnin" davs.  Tlie was sutbin' wrong, but Linda's just been an' trimmed it over, an' I thought incbbe'tw:u tlic fashion to hare them dcwiiiM �. bobbin' iu a body's eyes. I was ia weh a hurry, when I started." Then sbeigavc me four apples and some cakes, 'and said she's taktni tlicm to her little grandchildren in the city. Oh! how I could a bugged her, and course I'd kiiowcd she� �omel>ody's grandma, 'cau.sc she looked so good. Tbe Pitehins-in liusiiuess. We occasionally meet a friend who T\w}- arc ready at all times to Buy Choice Cattle. -ALSO,- HIDES. TALLOW, &c., - For which they Will Pay Cash. (live them a cjill. v."> .">Uf ('.i-tinL's fiT l:iiiMint;s :! every .Stylr ami .shaiM-, ^�llnIllri^iM;_', in i>:irt, (.�/i,'f>i:i:>: cdf.rMXs. window AN1> IKliii: C.il'S AMI Stl./..\ .IXI> SA.-:lf will':UTS. UK.VUINli FOU S.WV .\XD GUIST MILLS. .siIAlTlXfi, liort,^!! OKTrUXEI), HAX(;EI!.s.01{ItIXAUYANi�.sELF An.ir.sTixci ou, crif, itl- LIICS IIEYELWIIEEIA I'IX-lOXS,    FLY   WHEELS, UAIK.��. (iItATEnAll.S AXP   BOILER FIJOXT.S. Wm. Newton, Manufacturer (f and Dealer in i       Db. & IX5ZER, Bdfiial Surgeon, I* BOW pirepued toMtbnd to Dentistry {� �U It* OTtr�it fprns, in tbt Wast aad tmm apvs�*ad a�,l.; the W of ^^Mad,  In^ caAr for Sora �o�b�. Chatce. as nimaUaaaarwwb'in. OBca atTasidenea. JOBWdBEofi BEGIBTESi and'of j f ,at the LLEY BRIDLES, SADDLES, ic,       ic.       &.C., keeps! a full supply or EVEBYTHINO Xzx sis T.-iTie NEEDED IN THE COnNlEY. All Work Warrented. SBOP OS MADISOS AFXSVK, Opposite the Sovth Gate of the Public Squarelola,, Kantat. It01).s, IW)LT.S i�TAY.s   IlKACE-S, AXI) AXCIKJlts K(�R WOODEX IlltincES, UOOF.S, lUriLD-IXCS, OU AXY IHU-IHWE 1)E.SIUE1>. IRON ROOFS. IRON WORK FOR JAILS, CELL DOORS, ORATED  WINDOWS, etc. Frames and DiKirs for Fire I'roof Vaults, U.reaking i;nd <;ld (imund Plows, witii Iron or Ws, ^Lr\Z\u^u"L^tX^. Z'ri"'i suggests to us Uiat we ought to " pitch �w .n 1 W , h  i�r � features of  a rampaiirn, " Pa,�i, see me, I'm'.. anjje ! ' ! j,,^    j^^.,,    , ^^^^^, Xhtre was a b,.y at sehoorthat hadn't ,^ ,t,,'^., .y more sinart look to hu face than .-i        Kcm.bliran i�irtv : mip, but be w;ts smart._ He was real ,;,,,       ,,.j,,;,i any turni] little, t(�), ami his father s<-nt him V-au.se he hail a natural talent for drawing. Joe j -IKmI 10 Ixjw to it 'fore they'd go in '11 Ix-shoed. lie's coniie'Ier 'n i|nyI)oo.se it"yiiu's to kill bim he'd mind.' He did a great ileal oi iiama;;e of my doll.s, but Jix- hadn't a .spi k "f r'gard for my feelings 'bout it. We also keep eliuiiv. .s<-Iection assortment of in cimtieetiiin with a of (iroccries a jiu.id Queensware & Glassware. .Ml of which we ofler as low as the lowcM. I()!..\. .Alarch I'lUh. 1S7-'. K. \y. C'll.vi;!:. C. II. Uowi:. CUmR & ROWE nn.ti.Kiw IX IINT 3E3 LUMBER! LATH, SHINGLES. DOORS, SASH CEMENT, Hair and Plasltr. Yard? at lola. New Chicago, and Coffeyville.  CASH Price iMiid for PRODUCE -by. A. W. BECK. ; lier ehildren.and keep 'em out of harm': way. Well, I s'lKisi; tis; but I switch-1 .Snuir stinging hard with a plantain onec, and I Would more, only I never eiinid catch bim. When Mr.; IVter went home I went n'lth .him, lind we bad the tiptopist time on the curs. It's always plca.sn.Mt-est tirsl day, 'cause yon ain't much tired vet. I like stopiiing at the stations. It's so nice looking out at each idace, 'itid wondering what all little girls live there, and watching the peoiiTe get on 'n iiiK 1 >"]M,..p they doall b'longsonle where. I .-aid ' to" Mr. Peter that it wenied as if they all ought to lie going just where we were, and he laughed and said he .-li'd Iioi>e not. A l>oy and I made friends (jniek. He wa.-n't 'Me.Nican, but he cnnld >iKak 'most ;w plainly's I could, and he said ho came from'a jilace in, Denmark, where everybody's name elided with s-o-n. His name was Engone (leiini.son, but \ he .said Eugene iu tlieir language and it .sounded something like Z:irgan. He had a i|necr music Ihix done up in jixsteboard, and he tmik it out to let me .�h'c. 'Twa.s a toy grove full of In-auti-ful birds, and when he'd screw something under tbe iNittom. they'd all sing and llutter like tbey's'live.' Oh! but wasn't it d'liglitfnl! and most cvery-Imdy in tbe car c.ime closer to look. A dnmpity old woman .sit 'fore us with a blunt nose, and a man 'at was with her w:ts great tall, with long black whiskers, and toiL-^Ied hair, and the i|uiMc'li.st laugh-Ioiflc in bis nuekered-np eve.s. He liki'd nie and soilid I hini, and he gave me the ciinningest little charm. ~'Twa eo.scd of the (juict, tboiigbt-fnl, (.�onscieiitiuns men-men who have been Kepublie.-iiL- from ]irinciple, men who believe Jlr. (irceley to be a great and gikxl man ivhosc life-long services ill liebalf of every good cau.sc entitled !iini to resi>ect anil i-ontidence, men who are diN-atisfied with the acknowledged shortcomings j and evil.-i; of our own organizittion, and who hate the rule of tbe Pouieroys, the Murpbys, the U'cts and the .stockings-men, in short, who stand just ujKin the dividing line lietween the sU]>|Hirt of (irant and the supiHi'rt of (Jreelcy. >^w, the "pitch in" style of nrgui'ncjit is not tb.e stvie that i.s going to reach anil bold tliis class of men. On the contrary, it is lircetly calculated to drive them otf. This ela.-s of men, if they remain with us, will be held mainly by the couiider-ation that, on the whole, the coiiutry will Ik- .-afer under the admini.stratiou ol Presi.Ient Orant at tbe head of the Kepu'olio.tn partv than it would be under the Presidency of Mr. lir-eley at the head of the Democratic party. There iirobahly never was a time when the ordinary cheap Uictics of 'pitching in," of denunciation, vitu-Iieration and tnuluction were .so utterly worthless as now-. Ou the Ue]nibliean side they arc not merely ivortliless, but |x>sitiveiy injurious. Their direct tendency is to drive from us the very ela-is of men that it is essential lor 11s to rc-liain. If the Ilepnblimn party is to hold its own this year it must do it by ijhowing an earni^st and honest desire for reform-by jiitching overlsiard the profe.s.sional.iKditie!aii.s, the chronic of- t.s�-ekcrs and the corrui>t olliee bold-who now weigh it dow-n, and by .sat-isfving the jKiopIe that the (lovcrnmeiit will lie .safe under its administcntion. The Republican paiiersin Kansas which lire making a .-turdy tight against corruption are tbe only inllueiiee which irevents a wbolesjile .stam(MMli! from the Republican organiz:ition. Xo amount of  pitching in," of coarse denunciation or ribald buli;ioiiery,or of orilinarv partis.in tomfoolery will .s:ive us. .\fl siich meilieine does but .iggravate the ili.scaso. We need calmness, fairness and apjieals to reasoii nither than to prejudicx" or i>as.sion.-i -pJe ace for Senator Pproeroy be is entitled toa re-election. If they are against him, he is not. Let us, tlicn, arrive at a ]iopuLir expression. Xominatc fur I..egislaturc| none but holiest men, ' Xominate none but auti-Pomeroy men. fustruct them by resolutions in nominating conventions, and exact of them through committees, the most solemn written pledges. l>o this within the party if you can, and in every cilsc defeat the candidate, before nomin.ttion or after, who refiLses to be so pledged. We will then have au anti-Pomeroy - j I Legislature.  Tlie honor of the Stale lovealile, ?ind iJic'will be redeemed.   And they shall no .______....... something: of its j more cjLst it in the teeth of our jieoplo. deep iiathos, its sublime mysteries, has j that Kansas, the first l)oni of fret>doiii, I>ccn iiy living a great deal .imong pen-; is not the handumid of "purity, but is pie more or less commonplace and vul- stHl the .scorned and rotten Comiribn-gar, of whom you would pcrbair- bear ! wealth."-/V. Siiitt Monitor. notliing very surprising if you'wcre to | iiii|uii'e jtbout, tliciu in the iit-iglibi>r-~ IioihIs where they dwelt. Ten to one mast of the t^mall slioi�-keeiiers in their vicini t ftii tUe lUeJil, ;tu�t ftuil notliing in pautalooiis or jictticoats great enough to eommand their ri^vcrcnce and love, are curiously in uni.son with the narrowest and pettiest. For example, I have often heard Mr. (icdge, the landlord of the Koyal Oak, who used to turn a bbxKl-sbot eye on bis neighbors in tbe village of Slicpjierton, sum up his opinion of the i>i-opIe in his own i�rish-and they were all the piiiple ho Failnrc But a Failare. Tbe .sci'rct of happiness is to make the liest of everything; no nuitter wliat h^piiciis to annoy, let it Stt glide along a* easily, and with as fe\y wonls of complaint iind fault nnduig i>n pocrtblc. Little inconveniences will intrude u{Niu the most fortunate people, so ibo only way to be master of everj- situation is to make up your mind not to notice small annoyances. Peoi>le jimy keep theuiselven iu a constant broil over what amounts tu nothing; and, without accomplishing the least good, inav' ruiu the jx-ace and quiet of a household. W'e can not have everything just as we The Hot Week. The sixth day of dreadful beat has [Ki.-siil and .still there is no itnltstantia relief. The' hiKil storms" which the n-eathcr bureau prcdictiil for the Atlantic coast have wasted their balm m>-on the siiiids of .Icr.sey, of drifted out to .s�-a ar.d [toured their ri-fre^liing w'a-ters into the Athiiitic. The wind which >Ii-�- over til., eify }-est.>rdii\- -aur as hot is the wind ol tiic"  oor lot i'this i)nrish-;iic mav have "a true ba-sis for h�^i.-a jsKjr lot. Sir, big and little."   I think ncss. " he had a dim idea tlut if he could mi-1 U U tlie greatest follv to set the heart grate to a distant parish, he might find | ujion unccruintics, and if disapiwintcd ncighlMtrs worthy of bim ; and indeed refuse to be comforU-d or reconciled. | he did subsequently transfer bimselfj Do the very l�!st you can, and the� to tbe Saracen s Head, which was do- j take things as they come. If a nian-ing a ..thriving business in the back strive with bis liest knowledge, an un-strcet of a neighboring market-town.- tiring energy to' accomplish a certain Hut, oildly enough, he has found the object, working with skill and patience, I>ciqile up that back street of precisely he is a success, whether the scheme the .same stamp a-t the inhabitants of fails or succeeds, and he ought to recon-of SbepiK-rtoh-"a [Kx-rlot, Sir, big and eile himself to failure if it is inevit.ible. little, and them as comes for ago o'gin |5fl,is laUirs have bei-ii of br,i�.i ,ai�l are nolietter than them as comes for a liand, he is the In-tter fitted to .succceil pint o' twoi>enuy-a iioor lot." J in'other uiidcrtaking.s. -------V_     i ----*�,----- It w.-is said of Tlioreaii, we Ixrlicve,; The following storv is told of one of that he could take up any given niim-! the eariv Mormon ciders: � ' lier of lead jK-ncils without counting.: Miriai-Ii-s were then tbe great forte of A celebrated trtpiK-j- onec a.*.sured lis, the leaders of that sect, and this par-thathe could'tell how many b.-ills be ticular cider hiid b.id unparalleled suc-had ill his bullet-is.uch by jilacing Ins j.^;^ ;, pm-elvtcs, and alwavs hand on it and without .stopping to eautionctl his audience ag.ninst lielicv-count them, and added, "I can tell the in him or wlmt be said, if at the numlx-r of bullets instantly without ,f      (Ii.s urse thcv did not s�i! counting, as you pronounce a word  n hini a dove " iu without .si*IIiiig it. .Soulhey w.Hs.ic-,l,,]ily shajte," etc. This eoiiformation customed to t.-ike in the substance of a' ,f |,i.; deep truths took amayJisgly with Isiok in turning the leaves over coiitin-! the people, who iieilluT conid nor'would nously, glancing down tlie I�ige.s.- ,l,iil,t ivbat tliev .siiw with their own Houdaii the magician trained himself eyes afld be.ird "with their own ears, to quickness of jK-reeption when a I>oy, xhe destcnt of the dove generally ti�>k by running pa.st a show window at full; j,l.,ee al the close of the evening .serv-.sj)ecd, and theii trying to tell wli.it was jiv, and during the [jctition for " the in it. We once mei a man 011 a i-aiul-|ieal� to tbe truths he bad sjwken. One boat, who was amusing liim.self by go- night, however, the jiotition wasifini-sli-ing to the passengers, ami tclliiigalinost' ed and no dove desccndeil. It was rc-every one where he bad aeii them l>c-1 j,t.,ited lifeain and again, at hist with s" liire, on juch a train, iu such a hotel, mneh vehemence a-i to drown a.vuice in such astn-et, giving date and place which proceeded from the hift of.tUa to iieople with whom be had lievcr ex-  .m4,M>l house. At length a lionrd iu tlio cliauged a word. This training of the 1 veiling was raised, and a red face ai>-fuculties in i ds-j " I'aith, an' d've think I'm dufe men. trappers, and men who guess the'asIa|h-* Didn't I ka[K; tilling ye the weights of liniinal.s.   Perliaps the most � (.at's got it ? " remarkable instances are the markers j 'Hmt saint's ii.sefulness ns a minister who leap.from b)g to lojr at the mouth 'm that iieiglilMirbisid ccasi>d ' with the of a IxKiiii, standiug en tbe floating b.g .,,H.,.t1i tif the Iri.sliiiian, and Itotb nar-ai|d translating an �Id mark into a new rowly e>c-.ii>ed a new suit liiictl v-Mi oiie, renienilK'ring what eqnivaient to tar. ' give for each of a bundretl marks, and --------- cbiqiping it uiK.n a log in the time it ,,,,, p^.^.r iK-.-ame a drunkard, Hi�it.-i Its length. It is .said that jived a drunkard's life, dii-d a drtirifc-Thorpu knew the relative order of the ,r,i's .li-ath and filled a drunkard's flowering of al the phiiits in t!ie Con- ^ , matter of free choice.   Xo �, I conl woo.l.s,and knew the note of every .^^..^vcr iK-came jin e.Vce.ssivc drinker � bird, and a thousand out-of-the-way        .j;,) j,,,^ i,,.^,;,, , ,,j,l..rate. a verv .She tried to m.ike the c'ndu'ctor stop the tniiti, but he wouldn't, and she sbiHik her rutlles and talkeil bniil, and 'mused 'most everyWuly; and then she had such dreailful" big "hair 'fore, and afterwards s!ie hadn't hardly aspriukle, iliid of course it nuide lots of dillerence. -V man she called Oeneral was with her, and be tried to con-ole her, but all at oiu;e he coughed like be Il-uI the c'u-sumption,andIsawbim smile. What's the reason peojile always cough to Iiiie<-e _ion, iiiid the rfmnaiit dwindle mpost!d of but two per-a constable's annouiicemei^ afljxeil. 'It. shuis, an old nLtn and au old woman, had tho desired ettect. I soon saw whoi "I supjiose, Janet," said an intellect-, were niy friends. It, was like firing a j�nl Saddu-fe to the dame who thvUs sui gun stu pigeon bouatj-they tor.s k i" tbe :.:i!iliiiie solitude of Calvinism,, the building at the flrst|sbot. j^' that you IK-Iieve yourself and John to lie now the onl v triie memlH-rspf,Christ's tirk." ' .     ,       . " Weid, nion," replied the intrephl theologian, "I'm ii.-ie .so sure o' Joliu." said  the (injiils. :^usie. said a ti-aeher to one .of her , j-oii shouldn't make faces, liu'll grow up homely if you make; had a calf j fit'''"'."  Su.sie liiokctl thouglitfully \n that su'ekcl two cows, aud the obscrva.j tUe teacher's face il moment, and then tion I nmde wa.s, the more be sucked j iuuoccntly .asked, " Did you make faces it's'alT wrona: 'let me' tbrough'the strecU like a iiestllcnw, ami the gn-ater calf be grew." ' when y..u was a little girl r'        ' Ions, and i�oplc got to laughing, .,.-,., two bi" girb giggled, so I thimght 'twas' of the city the atmosphere is literally 'most mean, and slip|)cd over to the old] sickcuiiiig. IXatli at fucli times stalks tion I m.-ide wa.s, the ladv and said,' ' ...... '� .-4s   

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