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   Neosho Valley Register (Newspaper) - July 12, 1873, Iola, Kansas                                YOLUME VII. IpLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, SATURDAY JULY 12, 18/^. NO. 28. THE KEGISTER. PUBLISHSP EVERY SATURDAY -�r-  � LOUIS WALKER fe GO. I OLA,  KANSAS. OmciAL Paper of Aixex=Cousty. TEBMS-TWO DOLLA RS. KATES OF ADy�RTtSISG. 6. H. FREEilAN, Watchmaker, Jeweler, 9ii.VEBfisUTHAnd DESTurr, lola, Kas. U pnpaml to do >U kinda of Watcb and Clock repairioB on ehort ootic*. Is nUo prepared to attend to dratiitr7 in all its bmachea. Office west lide public equare. D. F. GIVEXS, Watchmaker, Jeweler, Ani Clock Repairer, Pa^t OfiBcc Block, lola. Caosas, Clocks. Watches and Jewelry neatly and promptly repaired and warranted.   a fine aaiortment of Clocks. Jeweliy, Cards of ten Vines, or less, minion type, one ^......----- - $.S9I); one iniertion tL-iO and sobsequeol in-.teltions 7& ceou each. One colamn, one year, $100.00 : six mootbs $S�.VU; tltree months tSi.OO. Out half culiAno, one;�ai,4(0; six months, t 40; three months, $25. Oneqaarter colnma, �ne year, $3S; six'  ,t�l; three maoths, $ti. I local notice*, li ceou a line. RtpiUr ad- J wertiscrs. 10 cents: ^^v-Transient and legal atverti"menU must be paid (or in advance. will be sold cheap Miscellantous. DIRECTORY. CHUBCKES. methodist  episcopal. Corner of Jvflerson Avenue and Ilroadwav street. .Services every Salj-IjiilhatlOi a. m., and 7p.m. yabbalh hihool at'a p. m. Prayer uicetuig Til u rsda V e vcnings: a t 7i. T. i5. Palmer, Pastor. .T. X. ^^'�ITE, . UNDERTAKER, Wiuhingloii Jr.      |     lOLA, ka.vsa-S. )Vood Coffins ConstantiT �n hand. Hearse always in readions. ^TStttalie SarUl Catt$ fvrnirhid in rhori HOtkf.-'SSi. Kwidence-Ixicost Uruve lloaue. THE CITY pF lOLA. Its Lflcatioii--SiiiToiiiifliiip~Pr8se]it IolX, the county seatof Allen county, is situated near tlie confluence of Klin Creek arid the Neosho River, eighty THE CHOLKRA. Recommrndali n� of the .\mprieaD I'nb-Jie linitb .^s:  miles iwutii of Lawrcni-e, and one hundred miles south-west of Kansas City. �    tIie leavesworth, lawrekce & oalvestox railroak, Tlie following circular on choUra, issued by the American Public ^li'altli .\ssocialion, will be found to contain timely and valuable suggestions:; The American public health iU>-i ecting.tl>e must available means for arresting and preventing the fatal pre I valence of .A.�iatic cholera or niuligniint one of  the best equijuieil and ablest i cholera in this country : managed railroads in the \\\>t, | The iirfvalciiee i>J this disease at sev-rnns directly through the. town, fur-;cral phuvs in the Mi>v-issippi valley i> nishing tlie'inhabitants with railro."id ! undispKU>d.  Jts proifressfroin Xew Or j)ear8 to be Characteristic of eholers, not only of tlie disvaae in its  ed andalariiiing form, but equally of the-slighM*i diar^ha-a wliich the epidemic Kill produce, that all matter which the jialieot disctiarges from bis stomach and berfect impunity: arid such occu-tiitions as those of gardenlers and join-rs, if not cobblers uud tailors assist in he cure. '  i But, the nurses themselves, who all ThePrlnee of Wales. accommodations second to no place in the .State. THE OKOWTH OF THE CITY BAPTIST. ()n .>^vcaniorc street. vices every Habbatli at 10} o'clock a. m. and 7 p. .m. I'nivcr mceliiig onThursilay evening. f luitcU meeting at-' p. m. on .Saturday iH'forc the first .Saiiliath in each moiilli. .Sibbath .School alJ- o'clwk, M. I. X Clauk, Pastor. purainTiiUAX. Corner Madis .vru tenvU   ."Vrvi'tfs lOl A. M. and 7p.-M. {^undav .School at l:i M. '   J. \V. PiSKEItTO.v, Piftor. (r. \V. COVERT, , DyspoDsaryPliysician&Siirpn. Particular attention paid .to chrenic diseases !   AUo DENTISTRY IS AU. or ITS lIBAXillES.     " Full set of teeth kral quality on Kuliber, $M. One-half set bert quality Ku Kulilier.....fiO. toll set plain feelh on Hubl."!........ $29. One-half ie| plain teplb ou Kubber.....fli. Killinpi n( .\maleam, OuttApercba. O^lieu-trUirP, Ac, fruiii 7i>c lull. UulJ filliiii;t fri i.-triil Judge. John Paxson, Prolwie Judge. W'm. Thrasher,. Trvasurer. Jl. jV. Xcedhani, Coumy Clerk. R. H. Stephenson, lJi'gi>ter of Heeds. J. C. Murray, Coucty .Vttorney. <'. .M. Siuijison, Clijrfc District Court. C;. DeWilt, SupL Pub. .Selioois. R C. .\msden, ."^hcHrilf. J). P. (trecB, Dcpiitv .'^herifl'  -r�"r, IMIorville,,     {�    ' A. W. Howland,   Coinmiasjouej-s. J^-iJ Fisher,     J CITY OFFICERS. John Francis, >Iavfaction war ranted. � 1.. II. (iOURELE. MEAT I MIUTH MAIER^EPLEY Have ojK-ncd a lirsl-cla�- MEAT MARKET, leans to Memphis to XjLc urilic;uioii, anil the U'.-^t known iiuaiis ot di^iiilee-i lion, and thai \.hU .satiilary ili.'aii.-iiig ble edilico. 'Ihe .Methodl^t Kpi-s-"!'"' i and i>rcj.aratioii should, a- far as |K.->i-.Srt-iety has a well built frame building 11,1,.. |,. ,ii,|,.rtukeii Utore aiiv ca-i- ol which furni.-ihes thciu with a conilorl-! ,.||,]i.r., ,j.,.,r.   And that i.i the pns- ciiee of tlie di.M'a-f. iIum' >aiillar.v diiliis i-lioulil Ik- enrurci'd in everv hoUNfliiilcricncc b;i* jiroud that tlu' best wa.v 10 prevent both |M>lilcncc .'iinl panic i-> to know and I'rcpari- l.ir llic dani'cr. ll ir. llic inily Wjiy loil�nl.�uc-cc--riilly Willi clnih-ra. The lo.-al .-(.ndili'Mi- ijiat chiclly promote the niillinak and I'l'i'pagation of cholera arc: 1. .\. ;.'lcctcd privies, ii. I'iltli-siiildcn groiiiid-'. :i. I'oiil cellar* aiid (illliy or badly draiiicil >nrroiiii.liii!.'- of dwelling*. I. K.iul and olirlrnclcd hmi-c draiii-i. .">. IlriMving :iiiil I'uirv-ceni iiialcri-al-. wlieiiier animal i.r vcudaMc. li. riivi-iitilalcd, damp and uiicliaiis-'ed divcllinv'-' and a|iartiiiciil-. Tllc-ic  lucaii/iic.1  c tii-c> ttf i-bolcra Iv rciiiiivcii Inlorc a ca-c of tlic i!i two Ib'iitij-ts, one Bank. 0110 I'ldiring; , .Mill, lliriv Liveries, one Liiiii!�r Yard, r ' three l!la.k-mith >b..p 'M' oC....l.c.'-;'.!'l":"-d^-lrn:: : and liiiinry >tore�. thric Ibitids. t�o .\^r]-ullural  Inij.Ii iiic:it  linu-c-, mii di-tillerv, one (1 rain and Coal ilcaUr and eiiee of the choleraic iliscbarges attaches to whatever K-dding, clothing and like things have In-en imbued wifh llicm, and niiideri thc>e things, if not ili-infecled, ccij'alile of spreading the ili>ea>e. 1. t'teaii-iiig and jiurity, skillful di-infi'Clion teinptrale habits and wliolesonic diet, with pure water arid rrc^li air, are the tru>ted and sure tiicaiif of liealth and ^ectlrity in all pla-ivs and for all cla-^-s ol jKMipIc �hcn cviM/ird to'lho caii-cs ofdiolera. The walchworil ai,;ain>t thii destructive enemy fliouM l>i', remove the local ciitiMS that favor till' pri.pa'.-atinn of cholera, anil wlicrevcr it ajii'tars let \i* p rni� Lcijuiikly ^lanll^�d out by ]>iwcrl'iil disiiifii lalits and iii>tJUt i'lcun>iti^', Frmn ^H-ing the ni4�t tcaicil and des-Irmtive |k-tileic-i', cliohra may Ih' now coiilndlcd or extingiil-licd iiiori' ijiiickly a;id  c. liL-licvitig, (licrcfurc, thai the lK.'i>li|>' of the riiiud .Slates re-i|iiiretlie <(igt;cstiiin-which are given in till- nicnioraniluin, thi-^ tMinniittcc pre.- nri'o>e ofha^t-ning and niakimr -nre Ilie m.i-tcxlcn- iwo .Vur-s.TK'.s. .maxifactop.iivs. Tliere an' two Furniture F:ict.irie-, and one cstabli-hniciit thai make - :i -jH'cialty i.f manufacturing M-hiiul hnu-.-! urniturc. ^^c!l a- dc-k-, M-ats, .Vc. Tiu: pi:iiKi;ssuixs. it" aii.v - .nict>oi pntroccint- orid'cxcr--;\e ni.'i-;nrc rt-iii:iin. even tin-h>.'iM ; be comriilhd by the pr.>p. r clian-ing and disinreeti'iii. ThoroU'^b   scavcngering and.-urfacc Irainagc, wiili the yjiplication at ll th. -aine liiiic nf ijiit.k-Iiii � ir   chan-c, llii-b. v South Hi'Ir MailiMH Arntiir, Ani are prepared to give ENTIRE SATISFACTION to their customer.-. D. C. 6RUBAKER, West Side Public Square, lOIsA,    -   -   KANSAS. Faddle Hor-es, Buggies and Carriai;es always ready ou a moment's notice. Charges reasonable. 4-�ltf Wm. Newton, Manufacturer of and Dealer in HARNESS, SADDLES, noted tor mnrality and iiilc!li."!;if, where prolH-rty caii now be i.iircliarni .at h ri'2-oiubl iii> to -t.adily adv:incc :is the town l'i�-inipnning. Per>.�ii- .-cekinir a l'ic;tt;"ii fur ilic puriKi~4' of . iii;:i;:iiig in any 111:111-ufaiinriiig cntcrpriM-will find this >.iii-o( till- u;o>t de.-irjble |ioiiits in the ."-talc, as the .Vcosho Ulvci only iictd- l>> 'or controlled and improved to fnriii.!i a jHiWcr Milfn ieiit to r^'l in niotion a thou^and wheels. .siriiy of p.t-iinai Ik altli r--; pure drinking water. lV>-!i am' iHr.u.cc.'iunl ill. ^ -uli-laii:ial l.i "1. tenijHr.u.cc iiii'Icd r.>t and lulliiii; oflli The pri'iei].', - ti-tatinar t" ti-in     a mean-     d a.;;'.tinL' "'-r i!it.---:i"'i- iTur. \vATi:r.. Xo purti.inof l!i- fx.ili is bcUi 1 plicl iviih giMid pure water, uhi. iHM.litaiiicil al a depth of from li/; twenty-five feet. nni.KiNi;  e-l i|naliiy can Ih- pr. at a ciiiiiparatively :-hi:iI1 cxi^ri-. fnrni-lio material fi.r cheap aiii. rabic blocks anil ilvvdlings. till* "c.i olt-.-a c inla^i'*!!"'ar.'rea Jily nn- fu-l-l-  an-l   I'ure-t-* "n.iiii-l.-r  to  tin- d.r^'.Md. and may be-o explained tu iniiid di-i a?, d: " i.nl-iiK.r nature Lcil- anv fainil.v tlial llie l;on-ehold iii:iy in- "hat barred window- and jnil d.ii.r? >nrc it?-'iw-n iiniiiiiiiity a^'iiii-! the in- li;irni. tri)ilue:i.in an I >pread the dl-< a-.-.   I'ori   .\  \x"tr  rieiiii-h  villa::", a ^inpid j|o;'ni:ir ii-- wi- appi-nd a briei' -t:ae- l'^�ki;ig  pl;i'e,  i-Iiieli.v  iiih;ibiu-'l   by I iiii-iii uf the priiicip.il-' at th.- ii:d of lur-l-workiii;: rii-lie-,   ha-, -fwiili  it-  ': :in-linnlar : and �.- ri-preU;i'ly r. c- iiei^'hbi.i iiig h.i.iil.:-; received .-til the � nniiien I lhat the .-'.a'.jiiiciit aift tli.- io-;i:ie calni-l.-1 to it^ care f.r twelve f illowing -chc hile i.f riile-i U- ijlv. n tu iiiindr.d .vc.'ir- in ;i .-. rri.-s. hull 1- nil.1 !    Not lli;it there      hap-ha/.ird a!>unl [ p^iblic in?lit!itiun-i; and to tli > nia-ter- '        .......... .]uf ship-;iiid stianibia'.s. and the 011-'inlur-of pa-nt'i-r train- tbr.nigh.iit r.v.l .:.l.ll 'lli- tiie power, and thai if they be castiaict under medical direction,' and all away without previous disinfection,; liave been tniineil by the result of the they imp:ut their own infective yuali- igaiihered c.xi>erience'of ce itUrics.lihow ty to the cxcremenuil matters with: remarkable sense. One of them, a which tliey i mingle in tilth sodd.en'shoemaker, had a patient who in.sisted earth, or in deixjsiioriesaiid condultsof. upon jumping out of the window, bc-lillli, and the, effluvia which those ex- neath which lav a huge maiiiurc heap: cremental mdtters evolve; that if the the nur^-Hire.v op n the-Window and infective maierials. by leakage or soak- said, "You've talked *o much almut this a.ge from drains or ces.-ii)ools, or oti:er- jump I should like to see you do it: I wise gets :icc cop|p, is given here at the ct- ' [Jonse of B3l7.;ic. The great Frcneli novelist found a man as li? believed unjustly imprisoned in an asylum, and determined to get him out. His rela-. lives were s ecch to betray any iVranu'ement.; Ilidzac carried the ctt.-^' In-fore the courts, and ol> tained a decree f.ir the ^ulli-rcr's b!x-ra-tion. Me llicn invited him to break-fa-t with a few fricml-, at his liou-*e on the ilav of his discharge, s The man declined so stoutly, that r.al/..ic di-niand-e 1 the tcasuji, ii'nd al ta-l t-xlortcil Irom the poor felfuw that it wa- car except at night, fcc- ."^ome ollinccs an-overlooked where pt:ni>Unieiil is believed to jH-rpetiiate them. .All cxcecditiLdy violent Kng-li-Iinian ^:.:nalizld his first day at liln-cl, by smashing twenty-four panes  if L'la-s: but no ii.iti<-i- was taken of it. The next day die broke half :is many ; this too. was ovcrliHikcd ; the next dav he broke none, and so it lia-< continued for tliree years. It must mil be thunght that confinement i- wholly reliiiiiiii-hed. In l.s"i.S an a.-yliiiii was eoiiiiiie:iecd fur tifty patient-, lint the whole niimK-r of pa-licnt-. avcragt- eight iiundr.-d, anil has soiiicliines ri.-tn to a tlioui-ar.d and more -there are .six hundred hou:<'s authorized to receive pati-nt-i,-divided iiiti. -ix .- ;cian. 1 But in uio-t ca-cs, thai jnearccrati.ni -which is most evorynlicre e!.-<- is nu-ted out to every niatiiac alike, is lieie Inld in reserve for thi- excessively vi.dciit, noi-y ur i'li-'tic. .\ll the re-t are di-.'.r;ijnteii aUiut in *-m;ill f4nii!i .-clc.l tu roam aiwuit. ciicoi!ra::i-di t.i wuric, and not ncedlc--!yciir!;:iKd.if liberty. Tht aniiinu cu-t uic.ie;i p tw.i liMidri d tu two tiiiin-:;Ml li.'iiics. and a l.ir.rc prupurrion ate dccUni to be r.^^olaily eiire.l.jireatly uu .luiihl tu the (i..[ilnl intliiciH-cs snrruiiii fin:: ihiiii. liu- cuinmnniti. K at a little dis--tanc- fruiii Clu-cl, are said to h:ive all the terr.r Illld h ip--Us-lle-s almllt tiic in-;iiic whii-li would prevent the intru-diicti-'ii of tliC -ami- humane treatment ia .Vnierie;i. Ill our cuiiiitrv we have piir-ne  acooi:iirii>datii:g a llMUsrind, arc built on a lar;;e s-ale. aii-1 are :rcncraHv crow.lcd.   In iild If pr.iniptly an 1 vi-ry tliurungli-j . Ill: Win. t'h i.di-nin. .M. D., Ohio; C. C. iXix, M. 1>.. 1). C.: .M.Tcau Morris. M. D.. X. Y. :John W. W..o.|wurth. M.I). Su|>criiitcndent I'.    .^Iarillc Ibi-pilal: altar.' i'r.mei-i!:iii-ii. .M. !>., t'^oin. ;  llcnry and whilc-.ia-l,;i     i[artsh.-nie. ."d. 1 >.. I'a. : KHsha Ibirri cl. .-Ki-i.,::! yi. 1).. .V. V. ; iXi c.itive i':c .American  public h ;t:. 11. NiW Yurk, June It'.. I - i-u;iiniiitee ol alia a- 'cia Lunatics al l..irge. r. w. iiiii.i..>.x: .\t !:i-t the -^turvufthe licL'i.in "("ity ;inil ih.- of tj)e .-iinple" hi- U-eii written by :iii huiiv.    'an-i.'iy.iiu!l- tr.ivel. r. �iid it is a vi ry ilisiiilVe- -iaij.!- -t -ly.     ICiriiii.-.- aliay- excite-tr-iyiiiL; the pru; - m. i.i ;  ,.;i;i-a)it  ui-e.i;.atiun di- ipate-aii-^-ul elp |i r.i- I'ltt-r   1.,. inuri. -:   eidldn-n,   ll-i.-.cr-. Mach solicitude and no little disgust are just now being felt by the English people, over the dissipated and irrego-lar habits of the Prince of Wales, heir apparent to the throne of England. From his youlh he has been noted for bis wild dJs.solate and licentious habits; but when brought, by an abrmmg ill-nesB about a year ago, very near the grave, it was fondly hoped by the royal family as well us by the people, that if he should be spared he would become thoroughly reformed. The prostrate Prince narrowly escaped the power of the grim monster, and was gradually restored to his wonted health and strength. For a time it seemed that the aiixious hopes of his friends in the matter of his reformation were certainly to be realized, but the experience of the past few months have well nigh di.spclled all the pleasing anticipations of a reform, and tuytf again, gloomy and anxious fears brood over the hiinds of the peopio. Aside from the personal disgrace and ]>ain which must be felt 9 $10,000 a day, with a net profit'of $307-by Ills mother and other inefflbcrs of] 000 a week, or $120,000 a month, ^840,- the royal houst-hold, the fact that England mav at any day have to accept so lio|)clesi^y di�.so'lute'and reckless a per-�ion as Albert Edward as her Sovereign, is not pleasant either in contemphitiun or fultillmcut. - ------ - '   ChMp Posl�;�e. An exchange thus sums up the cfTect of the jKisltd card ujion letter postage. The conclusions arc correct, and it is evident lhat the next agitation will be tor "]h-niiy IMl^tat:e:" If tlie (ioveriinient ciin alHird tiJAtrry a i-istal eanl lo any pnrt of the country and throw in tlic card, for otic cent, im-lndiinr i-arricr delivery in i-ilies provided with a carrier .service, wh.v slioiild it charge uiHiii a letter of snmller i>ize' and no greater Weight, three cents, when the si-nder [irovides pa|icr and cnvi-lojie? If Uie government can manufacture and carry a iM.�lal card forone cent, it can also aflord to carry a tetter weighing, say a nuarter of an ounce, for tiic same rate of |iostage charged u|ion a jKistiil card, which costs inoru to manufacture than a stamp. If it can do thi-i CVi'ngress ouglit to pa.-s a law at the earliest opiKirtuiiity extending the ben-tits of cheap post.i'gc to thftse who prefer to enelost-'their 'ettcrsin envelopes. This is .nlrctdy  ;ile of the country, and unless the Postmi-�ler Crneral is orepared to prove that the |M -tagc are altogether in favor of the projxised n-form: ------�---- Bailed Flank-To Eat I'ulil. It is said to be somethiiig more than a rumor now that James (Jordon Bennett ia to establish a faetimUe ot the New York Herald ia Loadon. The story is that the editor of the the neir journal is'to be Fitzjames Stephens, who is to receive a salary of $5,000 a year; that;the staff is tolie made ap of Britisb and American Journalists, and that the paper is to make its- appearance on the first of January next. Ti;e Cr'rqpAic'says that London pabliaheni are surpriseid to learn that one New Yurk morning newspaper pays $70,000 a year for its dispatches-a larger iram,'; probably, than has been expended bjr tbe'L6ndoii Tima since its formation. Does advertising pay? Read this: The colored show bills'which Barnum will use up this year cost $450,000, His small bills, circulars, ett, will cost S.jO,000. His advertising in the newspapers will cost $250,000., Total, $700,-000. the whole of which is spent in printer's ink. What is the result of all this advertising?  Receipts exfleeding 000 for the entire season. The following conversation betweeo two clever lawyers o-ss : overheard-; How doek your client like tl? "Xqt overmuch; begins to complain of the expenses.'' "Mine is all right; bounfl to tight it out. Can we manage to get the jury to.dLsagrce again f "Do;i't know ; we; must work for it." "You'll get lH!at;|of course, in the end ; but you'll apiieal, of course f  "Of course." -Two babies were shijipod several hundred miles by express 1n Oregon recently, and arrived at their dcsitna' lion all right; but tlie, express agent was almost worn ont telegrajdiing ahead lor inilk,| shingles for spaukitig ynp-jioscs and other necessaries. -1 -^-- ".Mister will vou lend pa your nctrs-paiicr? lie only w.tnts it to send it to his uncle in the' country." "Oh, cer-' tainly, and ask your father if he will just lend me the roof of his house? I only want tlio shingles to make the kettle boil." Take a ]iie(v of Kef Jlank si.x or i-ilit inehi- wide, and as long as vou can get it.   Sprinkle salt on it. if Iri'sh; j i'} .ae.iiiajnt.ince .V 'Vermont clergyman wrote to-a lottery ticket agent -'I do not ap-pnive of lotteries; I regard them as no Iwttcr than gambling scbenacs.' Jly son bought ticket number, five inr'vonr drawing, but if it draw anything,clon't send the money to him-send;tt:tO;ine. W. R. ^IcLane, editor of the Wrri-em Adoowttf has turned tip and is indignant over the story that he bad.rua away with money coUected.for thfit-pa^; |ier. Ue announces th.it t\ie^ Advocate will reappear abotit July lOtli.- Topeia Record. A young ni.aii named Michael Quinn has iieeji committed for tri.il at Little Rock, Tenii., for sending ^tltrough the mail a isjstiii card containing a libel on This is the first case toAL of a good i|uality i-! found at no li-taiice IVuiii the city, and is fun., at twenty <-cnts jn-r Ini-hi'l. whili this cnlincnl: iK-li.-iiiij. aj we .lu. .It I thai, 1-y timely (i;.plii aliuii uf lln-e 1 . tiieasiin- the pr'-val- nee u* chulera may 1.1; he prcve!it.-.I. WixmI can Ik-had at loiirilullar-jK-r e      j    I-ur priv!,-, water clus  a iMipiili;:; .11 I'd'iron (eoppra-) di-olved in livi-ur of aUnit twelve thuii-and inhaliit.i .^..'-ix galhn.-of watir. wiili half a pint u! and no better proof of ihcir iiilclliLvnce;'7ii'l'' carb'.lie aeid added to l!ic s dn-i-oiild be wanted than the facl that in i�'"' bii-kly -tirr-d. itiake- the iK-arly every siIhkiI di-trict in liu-1 cln apc-t and he-t disi:,fi-c;ini-(-uuiity (thoiifili soiii.'utihcin are.sparce-i''"'nniun n.-c.   Ii can In- pMi-ured in Iv settled) there is a neat frami- ^choui t-ivn an 1 l.y cv.ry laioil.v house with school accommodation-nio-ti'be carh.h-.1' 11..1 at hand the - ,l!iii.,ii av 1m- n-i d wilhoiit it. tlie inc'lieal treathi'iit 111 <-irtant c-onsid'-ra-tionslothe head of a family in scekiii-_'|       I'fiur a a location for a home, i.-- that of health,' ' "' and in this jnirticular no better iM-int could Im- f.mnd in this or any other .--tale than .\llen county, FAB.MINIi I-A.Vnr:. Tliereareyel large quanlitics ef the best lands in the county-well wateriil and timliered-unoccupied, and lur-alc at reasonable prices, on long time, which are continually increasing in value, and in a few years wilj be diilicult to pur-cbas s4- jjo time in makinga selection and purchase. s.;>ir, ufi-uppi-ra- To prevent l!;i- privie-s and water (-l.t.-.'ts fr.iin bee'inrni-.r inlcctcd oruircti-pirilufthis soluti-n int-. every water clu-..t, pan ur privy ,-eal once or twi(-c a day. To di-in!eel iiia--s..-- of filth, privy vaults, rj^cr this - v.-ry laioily. and it' l!i - i-liiid.-eii imt  un  their "Suml.-iy I.;-t :" there is a litilc suit uf haii-inei. and in the siiiiiiiier-tinu- the d.-.-uraviun ui llowcrs.   U'ch-unie.l as a friend, la-rc-vd by the  ehiiJrcii, synijiathized Willi l.y the li-iiiale head ut t!:  It n'l.-c-h'lld, ih-,- jine-t liuws duwii  wit'.i t:i" I'miily at tiic I'aniiiy- altar, worship- in tlu- .-anie jh-w at church, help- in the rs,' and drains gradually -aine ont-d.ior wurk, Itcunics in shurl |iuiir ill tills -.iliitiuii, nmil it rciu-he- i iie of thcinsclvcs histuuing Iiis4-un-and disinfects all the (uiil ni::tfri:il.     ^ IJ'JcU'.-e on these hiiiiiblc !'rii!i?!s aidinz For chanilur v.-se|s ii,,-(l by tliesick, them indoiin-siii- nniiia-.'cment, cheered, aiel fiir thi-di-infc nt ing the ncighliorhor ; tPl'le trees. A gentle-synipalh.v, the inllin ne enr trees in Ohio and the Middle tjlates some thirty-five years ago.   Tlu- blight at that time was adu�-n patient.^ have li.rn tried and i'�-"'^i-''!>>' ''"^ cnreulio. It is lo be not luiind wMniin- humanity will dc-j J.''r'|}'|^'^'':f,>"'clion of our choicest 111.111'! s.i!ii--thin.-hi^'hcrj till in anuthcr and dryer upni damp walls and in patient i-in ., , ,   , 11-1     1 damp places and wliitewit-hin:.'with it nor irritated bv re-'lraint, nor f.-rc'd to �Tliesodof the bottom hinds is a deep, 1,^,,,,),^. practiced in eomniun ten.- meditate all the while uj^m his own black alltjvium, lyell adapted to the ,jn.,t^_ factories b:L.*-inent.s clt�.-ls and! s-jlferings and injuries: in facl he is oc-culturc of corn, cotton or tobacco, and : ..arrets | cupied with familv interests, is a sharer nfof.T depth of from ivc to fifteen f.vt. To disinfect the clothing deliUHliniin the uneicitinl' cares ot' a village The slojM-s are generally covered wiiha;,n^. n,,,,n.r bv e.xerementnl matter home, is uneon.^'^ionslv .l7awn ont of deepblaek s,m1, but eontiiiiiing a greater,-^..-n, tl,,. sick, tbr.iw .ill .-uch .irtlcle-' biii.iH.-lf, ami forL'ets for a while, that amount of lime th.in the bijltoms from; i,,,,,p,jia,,,iy j,,,,, \,,iiiui: water andibeisa -iek'man nud.-r niclical surn-r-the wash ofthc hills which makes them; ^.,,,in,,^. ,[,-,. UnVmz for Tndf an hour;: inleiidenec. A reni:irit*blo instance of Kntcradapted to small gram and gen-1,,r ,,i.,.e ,hem in a so'lution, cov. red, -.-If-rcstrainf thi- mntnal rcirard pro-cral farming     Tlie upland ;.rairics-1 Ldlows:   One I^.und of sul-; duces was ;i:iven bv a voung fidtller, which includes tlie hirger jKirtion of the 7i,^._ p.Hun-,>f who, (indiiig that his miMic di-tnr!)ed L'eiH-ruti.iii we s1.;ill -*-e thi- iii'i-t intcr-c-tiii;r disease, once .-4i s;tva-.:cly abiistNl, dis:iriiii-d of its wor-t features anil brought under t'cncralfv cnnitive in-lluenccs.-'� M'lr.'fi lluwhuhl Ma-jaziur. ducc annuall.v largo cropsof vegeubles � ,, hand u-*> the zinc water ah.nr-.        \ patients waich the little children, what ! .\partments, lieddiiigand upholstery pleii-iure-thj-y ta'icu in Wit-hing and (that have Ixs-n us p!ied to, but be ex-pre-'-d-his doubt- lhat it could bt-done. lie began exp�,-rimcniing, however,and after a while was able to catch obj.-ets on the wing with great success. A few days ago he announeed to the owner of Occident that be U'lievcd he euuM take the iiictiirei He pf.K-ured ail the sheets to Ih? had in stab!.", and with tbe^e he made a i-eflccting background. Over this O.-i^dent w.is trained to trot, and everythiiig was in re.i.ii-iicss for the trial. The'great dilficulty w.v to transfix an imnrcssion white the horse was moving at the rate of tfcirt.v-eight feet to the second] The first e'x-jieriment of op-ning and cbi-ink the camera on the iirsl-day ileft no njsiilt; the second day with increaaing velocity of ojiening and closin:�. a shadoiSr was cauzht. On the-third; d:iy, the hrti.st having studied the matter thoroughly, contriveil to have two h^'ards slipl past each other by Kmehing !a spring, .1 nd in �a) doing to leave an eight of an inch o(K'ning. for the five-huiidredtb pjrt of a second, as tile hor.s c tnuElit.   j.ir her hoifiif.   Om-e, it i- said, as thf- PTOTK BAlsiso. I. That thorough cleanliness, domes- niothpr of the hou.-H' sat at work with Tills branch of business is becomini: tie and civic, and an abundant supply the babe ujiin liorkneo. a maniac dart-quite an iniimrtant feature in thi.. Of pure water, are essential means of ed upon heit with a pair of shears to countv, as unusual facilities are fur-! preventing choU-ra "">' hoii.-s-hold , forn-his way nut. As she h.id Iw.'U nishiHi iK-txins disiring tocupige in it. 1 � hen the disi-a.-*-is near. e*i>eciBlly charged to krep him in du- Ijirpc ranges where thousands of cattle' -'. That general cW.iiising. scavenger- ^ ring this lit, the woman nwe up quietly can feed and fatten in  the mimnur i�g and disinfection should Iv? attend-; and pre-enled her child as a shield: thcj wonilerful i.success in ever yet achieved, and proud of his discovery as the governor IS of the picture taken.' phot^^igraphing' the artist is as months, may be found a short di.^tanet-, ed to in every city and to'^n iH-fore from the city, and prairie bay in abund-, cholera m.ikes it-s api>earancc: and that an - throngh the keyhole she watched thO windows of ! rcnch pn^t shop*. maniac gradually retreated before thei little one till he sunk into a chair in the back of jthe rm.m : then, the mother dropi>ed tl4 child into his arms andj left it screaming to hiscarc. After she had c*cap^d   and turned the kcy| It t� very hanl to get ahead  n oursi-lvesB [lei^mal in-jnry. Denouncing tiie place where w-e live as "old fogy," "one horse," or with any such slani� terms, is calcniftted to bring alx>nt just such a condition as we denounce.-Ex. Hiram' Powers, thercclcbrated American nculptor, died at Florence, Italy,{ on June 27th, aged (0). Ho oinitnencetl life .13 a waiu-r in a hotel anil afterr wards was a traveling salesman, and apprentice to a clockmaker. One of the editors of the Cincinnati Enquirer rc-ceiitly saved the cook of a canal boat from drowning, and has since reeeiveda letter from the girl's father, siiying.--^"You have saved'the girl and she's yours-" It wa.s a country chap; who, after coming lo a railroad cros-iing the other day and reading the sign, ''Look out for the locoiuotivc,'.' climbed to tliie top, and, gazing (lown the track, wanted to know "where in the thunder the old thing was" "By '� the blcsidng of Providence,-) Thomas, thee will get a good crop from this field," said a Quaker preacher to an honc't tiller of the soil. "Yes,"..re-plied Thomas, "and about the beat idessing I know of is a shovel of good ohl manure lo the hill." The contest between Judge Lawrence and Judge Craig for the Supreme Judgesltip of the 5th ctingressiooal district of Illinois has resulted in an overwhelming defeat of Judge Lawrence, i____ It is claimed that there is more carpet made in the Xineteenth -Ward, Philadelphia, than in all the rest of the United iJstatcs and (jreat Britain comH bined. .: Tipkinsarnii.sed Iris wife from ssoandl sleep, the other night, saying he had! seen a ghost in the shape of an a.ssJ "Oh, ler me sleep," was the reply orf| the irate dame, "and don't you be fright-j Lcned at your own shadow."' The farmcr.5 of Du Page, Kendall and Kane counties, II!.. have organized a Farmers' IV.arcl of Tr.ide, at AurorJ^ 111.   The market davs are to lie fixed      <___:,..i,..,i______   j_ li for certain days in the week, when the ..rtt.^Tcl^cl^o i'^^^^^^^^^ producers and those wishing to pur- j, .SouOiern iTlinoir'look too sweet td li.i.-e heir pro
                            

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