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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - July 25, 1872, Hutchinson, Kansas                                n COUNTY SEAT OF JULY PER YEAH SIX A Weekly llfltmblloftn ttrrnUri prlnet iHilly In tin Inttrcfltrtor llupiopium Kf ho county nut thitUreut Arkansas he ttanlcn nf Published In tliu NKWS County Siiit Ituno Twins Single per In Six mo CluhAof ftvtMUul AttefccrHnhtfiitvtrttttlnK llittcs or fHtvertlnlnK miute kimwii mi The ofllnu la Mclt it cplrn dlit JobWliK mid ntt kinds or not only itlftlii Init lie uxvutittu wllli OorrcsponiUtico solicited fVnni nil pnrta of County nnil Imvltitf lor UH object to plneo JhegiTHt lulvitntiigtfl of our auction in it proper light before tin people The PnlillahiTs will promptly nntl frankly nn BWer nil liHpiliy on part ofptople Immtu In this or wil ptople rclVr tvflrnjno mmu n s or w rcr Inqlilrcrri to pinlien will ctmlliilly Air hlih thu Ininrmntloiii Address nil coininnnlcjitlnns to find Ifutclilnsoiii Iteno easier to tell how n thing may tie tlnno than to do It Thin Is demonstrated amply by some eastern silting In easy tmnclntiM with sleekly combed Imlmcd with sentimentality for the poor and whoso eyes never looked upon it red siwiit long homi lies upon proper Indian and howl gross A class of writers have alwnys this for there Is yet to bean adminis tration tiiat has not had lie Indian policy howled nliout Its To these fellows distance lenib enchantment to the and the wild Indian painted mid with bow nlul mounted on pony JULY GEORGE Among the iniiiiy scirmndo men of our none hold n lilglicr place In the af fections of the iicoplc the United Slates Mum does MeCnuy of A flclf educated man he lias mined hltnsulf by his own Indomitable energy anil In diutry from Uie iwonat walks of to occupy n position In the councils of the na tion second to no mini of his To the youth of our country no brighter example for their guidance could Iw presented tlnin Surrounded in youth liy eoinnclled to Inuor from his oiirly boyhood up to miinliood at the with the pick nntl he Icimied In the school of experience how to feel for mid appreciate the millcrings of his fellow laboring Possessed of an iioiiorablo mnbltlon he laborad Indiwtrlous ly to climb ulwve the lot circumstances hnd woven around With a zmd sel dom If ever equaled he unaided even by the friendly smiles of those whom fortune had more kindly MeCnuy at the beginning of the 42d Congress was Hclccthd by speaker Dlalne to inwidc as chairman over the Committee of n position hutlmscvcrcomman iled the best talent and ablest Statesmen of the House of Utiring the laNt session the eommittre were called upon to determine tiic right of thirteen contestants for seats In the mid to the honor of the committee ho It said every made by them was based tip on tlie facts governing the case without political prejudice or indeed such the record made by the House Com mittee on elections of the 42d Congress that it lias won the appellation of being the most unprejudiced election committee ever formed In thu House of The fame this acquired is due in a great measure to who on all ques tions decided upon the law and evidence nnlnlluciiced by party rancour or personal scouring tho distant plains In pursuit of the or at midnight maruiiiling on some Isolated presents such a romantic picture that they become greatly Interested In Ills They seem to Im agine him ft paragon of tructlblllly when chivalrously managed anil If Indian raises his back against the government they cry out luid In con junction designing demagogues kick up a We that live nearer the frontier have but little eynipathy with such twad Vio know that from the character of the Indian and his no pol no reasonable will keep History fails to record where trllies of ages roaming over vast fields of restless and warlike by restrain their natures In the face of splendid oppor The wild wandering tribes of the with no churches or schools or pcN maneiit raid upon and war with the whites naturally and for the sake of liavlng something to A of hos tilities now and then Is It makes no difference what kind of a policy Is or pleasantness will occasionally be Indulged in by the Spontanlety forces him to lie could hardly help It were be to try ever so Therefore they who cry out mismanagement every time Indian hostilities arc threatened had better be cure fXd or they will make somis had hotter go to the Held and study the savages Instincts and circumstances before they raises a hue and cry nuont mis It Is no easy job to manage the Indians and will not be so long as it U possible for them lo maraud with impu So long as they are able to escape law by retreating to unoccupied wilds they will raid and war upon the and I may add each When tlio west Is permeated with railroads and settled up then and not until then can the Indians be kept BAMBLINO Knmhrr When the committee of inves tigation was formed to visit New Orleans for the of asscrtaining tho course of the difficulties McCra ry was selected as His was more anxiously looked and more universally accepted as true than any of tho other three reports made by thu Such Is his character for truth that his collagnes in the llonsctscldom ques tlon the justness of lie proponeir So that during the past session McCra ry effected more needed Legislation for f his constituents than any other membei of Iliu Iowa Never pushing himself he speaks only when is but always works with a and determination wliliih only he Ketlmade man knows how to That thu rcpblicuiis of tho 1st Iowa District have done honor to themselves In once more placing him In nomination as their candi ilateforCongresswill beeoncecdcd through out the for thu name of McCrary belongs not only to but It is tho property of tho whole His un flinching adhcranco to the llcpubllcun and his earnest support of General Grant in tho present us the usauraueo that the first district of Iowa will poll a much larger majority for the nominees of the Philadelphia convention than It did for Craiitimd Colfux In TIIK NTOKKN The disagreement of the jury In this trial will not surprise those who have been watching the progressof the There were many complications connected with it outside of the main and these com plications perhaps hampered the prosecu tion more Uinii tho Both sides had much to and consequently many objections were made and The confusion of the jury therefore was State failed to establish more than momentary The defense showed that In point of time Flsk actually followed Stokes to the Grand There was contradiction hi tes timony as to the manner of mid also to the proper medical treatment of Theelmractcrof Klskwus also shown when u been irmbus mill mi These points elaborately drawn out and commented were per haps amply sufllcicnt to bother an honest jury like the one in this cose appeared to Stokes was committed to the Tombs to await a second trial when no doubt he will be or guilty of only tho lowest grade of Public sentiment changing rapidly In favor of Stokes more on account of the character of Kiik and his associates than any tiling palliating In Stokes conduct Had Ftsk been an honest moral man Stokcss chance would be very slim indeed but taking everything into consideration It will not surprise us if ho docs not before a great while walk tho streets of New York the observed of This Prob suggests nothing as to his innocence for while we believe lie will be dealt with we think lie Is gull ty of at least murder in the second INDIAN The constantly accumulating accounts from the west and southwest show an In teresting and critical posture of Indian af Everything indicates that Iho red man Is disposed to Indulge in hostilities this Tne Kiowas arc reported to bo already on a marauding Tho Choycnnes threaten to join wbllo on tho North tho Sioux arc and wo can hardly hope that tho Apaches will keep quiet in In fact we need not bo surprised ut an extensive In dian together with a fierce presidential contest wilt furnish a sullleleu py qf excitement to those who love tho 1lut udminlsrnttion u blamed by who llko with Iho condition of Indian Already he opposition pa pore teem with olnlwrato arguments to es Uthllsh gross and they art swill to hill how tho Indiansmight Jkatin managed so as to have been as meok inilet as Theso argu ments assume that the Indians may IK Cosily and idl blainu for rouble should bo placed upon tho They proceed either from prejudice or Ig Those who write I hem cither o Administration or know nothing mwticully his character Wild It is likely there has HHUO If there Imsnt Ills Hit first time In history of our U remains to to proved Hwtnny administration luuisucceodcd with tio red man better than Iho it This gentleman is now uctivclv engaged the campaign for Grunt and cverewhcrc ho goes his sneeches an well Wo lire glad to liciir hu Is a can for renoiiiliiiitloii for and wo believe he ought to he and will ho placed on tin ticket by No man Unit we have ever heard of bus made a better record or accomplished more for thu real good of Ills constituents in In gle term than our new Tho experience of two years will render him more useful in tho Lowe is re spected at Washington among thu best class of lie Is strictly hon and a man whose diameter the bland ishments and follies of Washington society has not effected In the and never We believe Juilge Ixwo in a man the peop le can lie makes no loudmouthed promises to be broken immedlidly utter but tries sincerely and conscien tiously to do his There Is not u par ticle of demagogue about lie Is straight foi ami many of who voted against him two years are now his warmest year Thu more we find out ulxmt this tho better arc we sat Isflcd that the host thing Kansas Itcpuhll ouns over did was to elect him to Wu hope ho will be runomlimUd and tri umpliUltly Nkcridiu nil General Sheridan In a cnmniunlculion to tho War says We can vr stop wild Indians from murdering mid sfcitllng until punish If a him lu ho iHml if Indliui coin in 41 un iimiuu mils these crimes wo give him better faro ttiulunoru f I may with nuy that under this imlley tlio civil liuUtaii of the rcdliuin will progress On HIP nnml To go to bed at eleven oclock wearied by a bard days and know that your train leaves al In the Is not a pleasant but Iemiy and Will both oflercd lo sit up niul call so I dropped Into a nap and awoke quite refreshed for tho ON TIIK CAIIS from our was an event In mylife which first occurred on Inst Thursday morning at the distressing hour above When I hired a team at New ton September and brought my tent lo the bunks of ho it was un certain how soon tlio railroad would reach the chosen spot for the now railroad But 1 know It would como and no waft quite content to travel that space of thirtytwo miles by lumber or horseback as mlglitbo until the Southwestern stage Jan delighted our hearts by giving us a twohorse and newly That was an epoch In the history of Keno But as wo now recline at ease In lie luxurious cars of the it Fo Ifcdlrond how Intolcr ble seems the thought of tho rumb thwuckhig Precise thus are all our experiences in The quality of things Is only known to us by trial and Happy Is he who can climb from a lumber wagon to u palace and be and thrice happy is he who can come down from u palace ear to a lum ber wagon without for the western traveller Is certain to have that varied experience which will test his equa I was aroused from sound sleep after day light to Ibid that we were at Florence and likely to remain there two or three until a freight wreck could be removed which was a few miles ahead of For tunately General Manager Peter and Gen eral Superintendent Nettleton were on who would rush things through In a Meantime Captain Plko was and while hu is preparing the ex cellent breakfast to which we were treated a little after we cannot better oc cupy ourselves than by talking about KAJUiOAU It is known and read of all that the Is tho bustconstructed road in and one of the best man aged roads in the Everything Is here done lor substantial and noth ing for public No serious acci dent has and no cars break down excepting those which come on to the Hue from other loaded down with Only Itetcluss men am niul they arc expected to give to their du ties their undivided attention and best en In addition to the experienced men who have brought the roud tolls pres ent excellent General Superin tendent comcS to the aid of General Manager and Uie reputation of being one of the best niilmail men in the United Uke all men who be knows his from the bottom up and Is even now at the wreck directing and aiding in the work of clear ing the Till HIDE down the hotmtlflil little valley of the Cot tonwood Is one of the most pleasant Im I say little because the bottom are not more than one or two miles in and ton the Arkansas valley the Coltonwood val ley appears very Tho views ore charming and tho soil excellent as shown by the capital Nowhere during my trip did 1 see as good crops us I left at excepting in the Cotton wood valley and a of tlio bottom lands of the Missouri and Itcmaln Ing at Topeku over tho train to Atchlson reached that newly awakened city In time for Atehlsoii needs li llrst class hotel about as badly as lliitehlu but It Is some comfort at thu former city to see the excavation which promises to bo the basement to a public house worthy of the dinner and run around and u ride of un hour brought me to that time honored and ex cellent hotel The at whence at eleven oclock I took the train to Lawrence and found repose in tho Khlrldge which Is now u 1 ho tel in every Hut as has pointed out hi u piibllu manner morn hotel defects than any other newspaper man in the It will do no harm to say to Ividloch that the transom of my roam was nulled and Unit with only one north thu otherwise de sirublo room was intolerably hot and Leaving thu historic city 1 reached Topeka by the reli able old In time to get a hasty dinner at McMccktus palatial dinning and again step aboard tho train bound for homo and tho fur taimd Arkansas Tho most remarkable fact developed during my trip IK tho MUIiAT ANSIKTV manifested by the large towns of Eastern Kansas to reach this Kvcrybody in Atchisoii Is ready to tell of the Immense benillls already derived from tho u rich city of thirty thousand Inhabitants is con structing a road for direct connection with our tluvlurgest city In Kansas has long been determined to secure direct outlet over this and the survey ors are now locating u line from that city to eomiect at a distance ot sixty A road la now constructing from Topoku to and auoUier from the latter clly to on Uie twenty miles from lines uru to bo operated by IhU excepting flic Carlion diile and It Is the Intention of that company to reach lliitclilnwin Council Marlon mid MePhcrsoti All thcsn efforts attest Iho Vast Importance attached to a connection with the Towns In Soulli castern Kansas are equally anxious for this result Kansas Is looking for a line in this direction the lively town of Ft all look with longing eyes to the tiibtilous agricultural wealth of this ruiiuo OFIXIOK In regard to Keno county and the sur rounding country I fonnd to have been vastly enlightened ami Informed since 1 last visited Northeastern Kansas two months Tim croakers of that region who made wise prophecies of failure In all our enterprises In Mils arc now soundly convinced by the stem logic of The unanimous testimony of all who visit and return with such won derful stories of the fertility and health ftilncss of this Is now received with An Arkansas Valluy man liecd not fear to tell that he livos In this sub irrigated and superexcellent AT July Our recent trip over Ibo Ti and Santa Fc Road has impressed on mind more than any thing had previous done with the snhslantinUty anil superior ly of Hint Its fond part which already nilllnj and Intleei pertaining lo the rond are of very superior and the rapidity will which track laying Is crowding iihriu Is The fine lies through one n the richest and most heimtilnl portions i Uie Mid Iheiimonntof travel over it as It Is n new road Is matter of surprint Having been favored with an ncqiiiilntane with General Siiptiliitem and General Mann we can only ndd our testimony In lavi of the universally high opinion cntcrtainc of these We found thu em of lie roml also uniformly cotirte oils and Atcfiixoit A In Kansas Here is what the corres pondent of the published at nays of We tlio extract from the Jtliute of July 17th Alter having fully investigated Barton I took the stage for tho county seat of Itaio Here I found a population well suited to my and such us is well calculated to rec ommend Itself to the favorable notice of all who chance to stop In this fust mid nourishing Hulchinson Is the terminus of the second division of it and islocated at the geograph ical center of the which u months ago was a mere trod only by Imllhlocs and It now contains a population of upwards of live with n steady and healthy in crease The soil hero Is like that of nearly all portions of Southwestern Kan yet It is conceded by experi enced who have carefully tested its qualities to lie veiy and of a superior quality to Unit usually found on the During my visit to Kansas 1 have failed to find u betterlocu or one so well calculated to meet thu wants and gratily the desires of those in search of permanent western Gov ernment lands are now plenty in licno and Klngman but owing to the steady flow of emigrants I believe nil the land in those two counties will betaken up before next Another good feature connected with the settlement of Hutch bison which I deem worthy of Is the that the second building erected In the town was for school and is now liscd as the town public An other commendable feature Is the fact that a stringent liquor law is enforced within the town so that no one bus yet dared to throw his shingle to tlio breeze bearing upon It the hell iimioiiitcd wortl To those of our friends In Iowa who desire to their place of abode I know of no place better suited to fill the measure of their desires than this section of Although 1 would not any man to give up a good home In Iowa to come us 1 believe no State In the Union of States coil boast of better soil and better society than To those who huve no and are seeking would I say come to Kansas If you wish to secure a cheap home in u gooil that will In u few years bu densely popula A special dispatch to the from says Golden Gate near the town of Go was visited by a water spout on Hun day which did great The tops o the hills hud been covered by dense black and irom accompanied appalling thunderclap and blinding Hashes of n pillow of wider was sect to descend and sweep with the speed of n whirlwind A cnrrlnge contain ing and Virden and Miss Blood was flruek bv the volume of water anil Virden his wife In out arm and clasping the trunk of u tree with the other managed to save both bell Virden and Miss Blond wen swept away and siiHered a horrible After the flood had away their bodies were found about two miles horribly mangled by violent contact with the trees and Oreut damage was dono to fences and Jlllorofurm njg Sea There Is an old salt about known us Captain who makes a regular business of catching sea lions There Isa and constantly IntMeaslngdemanil for from Kastcrn and Captain now bus u schooner out on a hunt for a whopper for a man named who rims u sideshow hi New The animals are usually las though chloroform is A great many are killed alter being they reach the las stopping their breath and drowning Ihe captain hits now one caged which weighs nearly The best plan of catching them is by the use of but require un immense amount of this costly The Captain is now maklnga mammoth with which believes be can capture them cheaper and better tliuii by any other Frunciico Buffalo The abovo is thu of a new book Tho press generally uoiiipliineiits AH u sample present thu from tho Louis An niithuntlB iiiirnitivc of the adven tures and inisadveiitiuea ota late mJentlflu nml parlyjipon the plains of thu witlflr full of the Indian us hu tho ImUlts of the wolf and wild liy of Uf the numerous that litivo been given to the American puBlIc of late yours about the grunt In our is the bust and most It Is written In u very attractive and combines pleasant reading with valuable informa The habits and customs of tha In of which most peoplu form their opinion by the of are treated ot In a and ra tional The red man is presented In Ills true colors and his trulls are deline ated us he appears on his native iinil nut us novelists would have us believe him to The xoologieul ami Stnnlur The Pluuiileala dated July coiituins a letter from in which be says although he would have preferred tliat the Democrats hml resolved on straight lie will work enniiwtly for the election of Greoliy ami m It la will of the ami believing that the welfare of the country tin defeut of the The of ty and Itrown at be was tint work of the polltlcluiisnavliig little or nothing to ilii with TlujDem ofratic party does iiot uhiindon its prinrl but bellevlupr ns It that the course of the radical lenders threatens to destroy nil constltntlonnl niul Democratic it is bound by Its principles to seek the overthrow of those mid If It cannot do in the mode it would It is but common sense to take the next best geography of the country lying west of the Mlsnlsslpiii river Is set forth In such a man ner as to afford the grcatxttt of Hairbreadth startling episodes and adventures uf a thrilling na ture aru blimleil In u most fascinating with statistical knowledge whieh will he Ibiiuil invaluable to all who uin templalu visiting the who ileslru to Income iiequainleil with that As a guide to tho liunlia1 and thlj book will be found the most reliable that hits ever been tuid to tlio scien tist it will be u reliable Inas much aslt treats In a scleiitlile manner of the geological formation of the gives reliable information In regard lo silver and other anil handles the Darwinian theory In a style at once phuislng and Appendi ces arc addeil to It which contain Informa tion about reaching tint best locations for the cost of the homestead the supplv ol wood and coal hi Uie various parts of the climate InllucneUK on health and numerous other subjects which niide It a most useful guide to the It Is gotten up In good style the print Is large and line It Is proftisely embellished with engravings of a very superior and Webb has put forth bis idrits In his happiest Taken altogether It is certainly the most entertaining work of lite kind that has ever been Inlermlliiu to A scries of Instituted to tost thu average loss by shows that corn and wheat one four teenth by the Jrom this tliuuUUc inent Is made that farmers will malm morn by unshellcd eorn In thu fall at 75 tlum the following summer ut per biuln1 and Unit wheat ut In nccem liir Uetjual to for thu saiuu wheat the following This estimate is made on tho busts of InUreit ut seven wr cent and bikes no account of loss from Ihe dupredu tlons of 1iiceo liieti uru worthy of Emforiu July IS7i liy an of past at Its last all invalid pensioners of the second anil third grade special drawing or twentylive dollars per have been Inereuscd twenty pur to take cHect from tho rlth otJune This will Iw paid ut the but belimi it can lie paid the person entitled to It must send piiision certlllcule to the pension commis sioner to lie reconstructed or reissued hi uniformity to the new who clioosecan send them tome to be forward ed and they will not ho subject to any ux Pensions on other rolls ran be transferred to this agency on application to the undersigned IVeeot Other papers In the state will confer a favor on pensioners bv copying the United StatesPension Olil Jului A letter from California lias the follow ing An liilwitstlng story is told of owner of and Ids whiu llefore the race at liranch tin old man observed but salil He telegraphed to Ken lucky for the colored boy who had driven Loiigtcllow to be sent immediately to Long lie but not a word was and the white rider was for the with Hurry Then the old man told him Iliuthu thought the colored hoy could ride better that day Ulan The colored hoy was dressed lii a mounted on and won the The white Ixjy was seen by Harper lo have a roll of showing that be had been tampered llllln 11 Two maiden ladles In Lonlsvlllii were wcrewcimlerliillv scared the other day when they observed a young ludv hi a neighboring yard dig a deep hole and bury un object ejiriliilly shrouded in a while Thiv al once notilled Ihe their suspicions of foul and thu I oily mis exhumed It turned out lo bu Hint of a lamented catrund were houtod by the Tlir iVrw Tim act of reducing Into one act all tho laws relating to tinpostal sys tem of the country bus just lnen placed hi the limits of the pmiKr ollhirs of the poslofllce department tor Wo note some ol the most ebniiges made in postal arrangements bv the The most iniporiant Is thn anllioi of one cent postal twnlsfor corrospoiideni or for printed circulars Hlinllnr to which well Introduced Into Ireut llrlhij iicarlv two yours and lire now in us In afl Kimipean The llous provided for a paper Map lo cover an conceal the The Semite change this tn un open In the eonuuitlefi the style was left to the tllseii tlou of the Postmaster who prt fers the open and order that klu only to be The Iuee of th curd will bear a one cent and wl be provided with lines the un the hunk will hu ruled for Ihe Th price of the curd niul stamp will be out one cent It will probublv be three i four weeks before tliey will be ready fo us the plates for printing have yet I be The law by which married women heretofore been prohibited from belli bus been Assistant postmasters niny be designate to sign money The act authorizes thu Postmaster Out end to determine Hint between olllci1 not three miles us In the case o Washington and New Vor and dropped In paid bj stamps less than a lull may he loi waiiled to their destination and thu add lionid postage required on the 1ostniiister Genera makes this letters Iircpaid us those unpaid go to the dent etter Packages containing the Sinlthsoniui exchanges are added to mutter free of post Private Individuals are allowed to place boxes for their mull matter in any post but the boxes so placed become jirojierty of the United A change In Ihe fees for money orders s Formerly the fees was ten or nil sums of or Now It Ixed native cents for or and a ten for stuns mm lo Jackuges of clothing tor noilcommis sioned olllecrs or privutcs in tho army 01 tuvy may be ut one cent un ounce Ibe rate Is now eight cents for four oun Tho rate on packages or ncwsinipcrs now Iwo cents for four Axei it one cent for two sam iles of ores and to be chargci louble Icnnj RENO COUNTY 1 North Main Exchange Bought and DEPOSITS Physician d f IS C A C M I T IE Wagon It lands of Iron and dojie ftt Stlxt Sliorinuii nr RENO AliMNT for Ilio A note dated on Sunday U A note obtained by or from one call not bo If a noli bu lost or it does notrct leiwc the must pay An iudorscr of a note U exempt from If not served with notice of lu dishonor within twcnlyfuur hours of A note by a minor Is bear interest when so Irlnelpals responsible for their Kiich individual partner U blu fur amount of the of Ignorance of flu1 law no It is u fraud to conceal a An agreement without consldcnitiun Is Signatures In leml pencil an1 good In A ivulpl for niuiicy Is not legally con The aeUi of partner bind all A made with a mlnoi lit contract nude with lunatic li IHDOK niul limn lint leak for unu An ill llljroiu rimit by IWLU ly yiiirw CONTRACTOR llruo CoM WILL ftiriiivli ninkiKtUjnuUtf and lor iRitioii oC Imrii tlllit llwtMlllK llrt QimUly or MACK BARBER HAIRDRESSER Nixt ilomto Kilwiintdrt North Main Iliilr viiliiiiK uinl ilrrwtlnK ilaiintn Itf W JACKMAN Carpenters TIIK IxHt nf work iliiniut rwi iinil llgnmi iniultun all work Itf GROW Plasterers Stone Jl II t work iillculil hi atitl Ilturufa llf Olmstead CoM CONTRACTORS and IIEXO lltMHll pliuiit iinil eiieclllciilloiui for lilW Will tukii fur nil U i Ail Work nuflt1 ID utiy Jult ojfi rhtjf tm IHifhtl ItfJ Ho fur i Red Muni HASTIE FEED and SALE f nml l Tortjcrt uuit muli0 tiy Uw tfayT Iuriiriilai iuiv uninwwl uu Jml clmrufn Iturn un willtll nitlv uf Kjuil w w I IIASTfu i Mllf Attorney at and OOTOTT HBNO Taylor Atty Counselor at WI l In ntno iinil mini Alno liny onil Ml Itciil tittttiil lo tincolliTllmi uf III Wicks Drag Real Estate CIVIL ENGINEER AXIl County ATTOENEY AT nil Mnln nttir the Cnlirt HOUSTON Counselor at HUTCH In the SKWH Printing ATTY AT ATTOBNEY AT L A Attorney at VQTTOKWOOD W ChlMC ILL In nil thu CotlrM of the Mh UMrlnl niul ulltml la inilliicliuiiH In nil r lie Burgeon Reno altinllon glvin to illiwams ut Wo 7 min tliul Ollluu In Fllcka lriiK Main ItolVra Kilnin Slrailur Physician Sorlh Jfnlll TV II11 nil culls anil Unit all liy tin1 lalcHt fmjiruvtil NOTARY ttxxcL Jllank llutcliliuoiii Main 111 JUSTICE of the PEACE A CKNOWLKIKJMENTS tukim win Colicc V pnijiitly All luutturs I lo MH fiiru will bu to with Itf of tlw nAICKS MoOARTHV ftwmc unit Oruuatcutut 1 I W C3 irk iloiiu wllhniatnntii iutd Boot Shoe Sklf Swill LIV SALE Nolih Kiul KrciKliInml nil niru tit Mumtrurtumuud Uvulur In Kiul vlikNiiulll Muln If U 1 O 11 13 II AMD JUOJHtJt TOU City Mvut IU   

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