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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - August 1, 1872, Hutchinson, Kansas                                COUNTY SEAT OF AUGUST TEAR SIX A Weekly Hcpnhllcnn ilcrnliil nrlnc Mlly to thu tho Reno WMinty Mid the drrait Arkunnas t Uwtlon or Pnbllahcil In thd NKWS Hiitchlnsoi County Dot of Hcno Trrtnn of gnlxerintlon t Single Six Thrco mos M Clubs of flTO nn1 An Htmttent iMlfcrttlilnK llnlcs MVcrtlalnff minlc known on Tho Nitwit onlRC la wnll Rtnckiil with it Rpfpl dill Jobbing urn nil kliiiln vt n only tilnln Bnt oniMmnMIt will to executed nt Toiwkn Correspondence Boluillwl from nil parts or II Comity nnd IwvliiK for flu ohkct to plni thogrcat ndvnntjigtw of our Iniincilnito Beetle in proper light licforo thu people Tin PitUlihcn will promptly nnd frankly nil litkrouf on tho fart vt niu desiring to loonto In tfild or will to pnrlies who wlU ooruluny fin lilfn Iho deaircd s all communication to FEHHV It EJItori unit KIM 1872 AaKMg the many prominent men cm nocted with Grants Cabinet diirln tho tin name is tnoi fhmlllnr or highly honored than that n of War Attiimlhg control of the tVVDcpiirtmcn after the decease of BnwllugB It no easy task for one unexperienced In IX partmont nflalrg to so conduct Its business upon entering ag to secure tho unanimous approval of the American Gen Uawlings for some tlmoprcvlous to his deal had entrusted the control of the Depart incut to his chief who In turn hai ihUted many of Its responsibilities npoi the shoulders of his more Immediate subor K Unit Hclknnp upon enter lug upon bis duties found its alliiirs in confused and very intricate condition of a clear brain he hn mediately set himself to and fron among tho connised moss of documents that demanded his attention he soonac compllshcd the task arranging them it inch a manner as to win the highest com mciidatkm of bis At air early stage In his administration ho was met with pogltlon by who in assuin ing control of tho armies of the Unltci considered It part of his ofliclal ilu ty to control the affairs of Uio War Depart incut Delknap was not dtspoHed to play second flddlu to Shcrinnn as It was his right to thai the Secretary of was the superior of as giiuh ought to have uncontrolled ctipivhiacy over the The re mit was a poiltu hiutiwMressetl to Shennui to Uio ellcet Unit his Interference would no longer be tolerated lu the admlnistintloi of the War This had n feet upon the pretensions of who fouiia that further Interference on his par would not be silently acquiesced in by the young whom the good sense am sound judgement of Grant had placet In charge of There Gen Belknap commenced his career as Secretary under circumstances by no means and to a man of less firmness of character would have seemed almost Insurmountable But fortune over smiles upon the and In this Instance the smiles were truly meri The War Department uiidcrlts present excellent management ranks among the inoiit important brunches of the Govern Its business is conducted in a purely disrobed of Its former red tape and shoulder strap tho civilian can now reach Uio ear of Uio Secretary upon tho game and with as much case as tho geiifjeuuui who wears Uio In fact to ouujvleitlug tlie a visit to the War Department Is ono of the In and no lias during tho administration of Belknap left tho building without u word of for the man who has during tho past two yean ac complished such a change Iti the conduct of its In times past it was no cosy task to secure a hearing at thu War Now every branch Is so arranged under its proper head Unit business can bu uiorc rnpklly than any other departmentof the But al though Belknap has done so much toward relieving the Dcniirtmeiit of Its former fule has not been unlike Ills As In Uio so It is ut present some whoought to be disposed to give encouragement to tlio Secretary are found secretly ut seeking to cuihar rcas his movements and prejudice tliu pub lic aguhist Among those most tiio fiendish effort may be found Uced aud Those men who had plot ted tho destruction of Uie Bepublican whose sole In spiring thought for tho past year Imvu been tu bring discredit upon every branch of the OH dUeoveiiug the prevailing lu fiivipy of i tlWt ever lield a it poslUou lu this tuid thu toot Unit his administration of tliu War Du parUucnt was strengthening the affections of tho people of General sought by the most cowardly and covert to of arms to tliu fich during tho FrancoPrussian How successful they were in their ttlforts Is best answered by thu reports of the llousu uud Senate appointed to hives and tli6 uuuiiU luous endorsement given to the reports by till Liberal nnd Democratic press of the That Uulknup wasiunocentolupy complicity jn thesalo of wins to cither belligerent luwheeii most ly sustained by the ovldeiwe uud the reports 4f Uio Thus having failed In Uiut iflbrt to brjug upon tliu Guttural tho odluiu wliloh their foul souls hud to fondly hoped Uiuy now resort to tliu slump and u venal press to seek by false from his well carnd as oho tho ablest men ever Intrusted with th Portfolio of the In this as their former cllbrt they have most Inglor ously General Bctknnp stands fairer be foro tho American people Mian any othe member of No stal attaches to his pecrlcsu no bio stamps even with suspicion his honest a ministration of tho War wlill all unprejudiced men wlllnccon to him tho credit of being one of tho wises best and truest Statesmen Grant has honored with n Beat In his Cat Should It be dcnmcd wise on tho par of Grant to cnnso a change In sonic of h Cabinet It Is tho earnest an wo might add tho almost universal dcslri that General Bclknnp bo retained at Hi head of tho War THE It Is beginning to be oven ontsldo of Knnsas that tlio Arkansa Valley nbovo thu Indliui Territory no It Is beginning to b extensively known hi the cast tha this region la not a sterilo luliabltei only by tho wild Indian nnd the buflnlo Amid the green hills of Vermont as wcl is tho lovely valleys of the Great American Desert U fast becoming a myth and people arc realizing that tin plains arc not arid wastes of sand am dkall but on the contrary magnified iralrlo covered with luxurlimt grass iiui nyrliids of wild flowers nnd that the val oy of the Arkansas instead being simply n KJrtlon of a sandy Is a natural gar leu with a deep pure tern Derate mid healthful climate and all tha contributes mans comfort and prosperity These facts arc becoming known and mi leretood In tho and In consequence R iroad tide ofemigrants arc pouring In uch as tlie andKc mbliean Valleys atidvtlu Jed liiver and Ilruzos Valleys on the notwithstanding tlicjr pplcndid lands know not It In certain that tho Av cansas Valley vith Its splendid railway ho Is attracting more thai uiy otlicr tho emigration hicllnei icople of tho United This takci i connection with our natural advantages iisurcs n speedy imd complete foi ontlnvcstern Let multUuiles In icve a certain portion of country is going 0 make rapid and they wjl ush in with their brains and mus and with a rapidity and energy which tun only bo realized by actual 6b push It to high water mark Lhls will be the caso with tho Arkansas for reports of Its vast Its the salubrity of its aiul going oast by Jet and will do the now loing Who living in tho valley does iOt delight In tho Imperial prospects oro us Who doesnot grow eiithuslastit 1 contemplating the brilliant future of tho Valley It is nn acknowledged fact that ic of the Mexican livpublic If such bo tlio caso K Is bud for for hu was her ablest and best Mexico can illy spare such a man as lie has no one to replace him Juarez of pure Indian and was in at lie village of state ol lie commenced life in tha ob ouro capacity of a However the unily he served was wealthy and edneat d Ho selected law for n profession nd served in various judicial He hi tho Congress of Mexico when the or with the United Slates took place and lowed his want of regard for tlio prlest ood by getting n law passed to force a envy loan from thu After the war 0 was banished by Santa Anna and lived at ew until he could return to jMcx which was lu His buulshmeut isted from 1652 until that Ho was ecrctary of State for the Indian Presi Juan and under rved two terms as governor of c succeeded Comonlbrt as and ught tho French in thllr Invasion under axlmillan and with heroic bro Though dilvon almost out of his luntry by tho superior French ho overshowcd tho least scmblanco of yiold aud scornfully refused all overtures ado by Uio After tho rvUromant tho French under ho reassert 1 his rule over Mexico and held It until Juarez was far superior to most Mexican in fact ho was one of tho best and ilcst men in North His life was 10 of great and In uvery phase it ho showed himself u of great As u u us u Jiieral and as a name laurelled will go down tho annals i Umo to remote Hu died at thu ty of of Tho gallaut young Bnsslun Princo who visited us seems to huvo pass idtogothor out of the public deed we ourselves bud lost tracu of him till our utteuUon was drown ft few days 0 to him by some one asking where is exipf Upon Investigation wo found Uiat was in South enjoying e hospitality of uud that ho hi mls to doubla Cape Horn and cull on again ut Siui No doubt hu U rouse up the 1aclllo coast us he did u Atluntlc Jfyow Sail Is going to tlio Sandwich and oin Uioro to Chlnii and will from e latter to At noino polut oil UtUeni coaat of Slbcrlu hu will goovcr nd through hUi fothorS douUulpus luw lie will cutlvoly clrolud Uw orld and vury likely for the lust rprhicely Jortuneg Ijavo Uiolr the weurent o Utum have time or jiply to grtttUy ciu to cross ocuuus RAJtBMNO Wnmbw About Ktone Wnlli Water Liberal ABOUT A meditative walk by the swiftly How ing and softly murmuring waters of COM awakened a curious train of rcfleo Sons concerning other streams and othc and vary naturally I came to thlnl about fish and Last tbe oldest Inhabitants In form an abundance of such nt blue came rfp Cow Creek from the but they were immediately caught by a party of friendly Knw Indians who were encamped horea These lazy scamps came hero to fatten on dcllclougbufJalohump as this gnmejjicn freely roamed where grca fields of corn now rustle in the breeze Their meat diet was seasoned with tlio luscious wild plums and grapes of the sand and with the addition of an nbund ance was all and cer talnlyds iirtrchM they Their method of taking tho fish was novel and Two parties en tered the stream at thd distance of a mllo or two apart and approached eacli other driving the flsh before aud then ipeivrhig them In Uio bright clear as they lay on tho gravelly Tills was very lino sport for very bud for the rest of the fish wure thus iilmost entirely cleaned out of tlio What I desire especially is to call atten tion to the fact that this stream may to casllyaud succesjAiUy stocked with ml not only this but the many constant streams flowing in this vicinity can Iw stocked with fish at a email ex Will not soinc of our enterprising icoplo take up this matter and proceed to let upon Various publications treat especially upon this and many of the Eastern journals will convey informa tion to those who ask for All who have seen our espec ially Cow admire the gravel found along its and at once perceive Unit tmay be applied to various purpo Who will erect the first concrete jullding lu Hutehtuson This gravel Is ibundant and it is entirely free from If it was coarser it would probably be hot but experienced vmcn that it will tho purpose Such a wall can be ereetxjd with a small outlay of the expcnaa will largely consist of common day Mbor aud team time has come when wo must think of discarding wooden buildings on Main and it behooves us to look around for the CJIBAI1 STOS1 There U little doubt that arrangements can be made to erect stone common rubble for eighteen cents per cublo At all oveuts I will agree to secure erection of a twostory building at that and of any size that may bo desired ipon Main if commenced within he next sixty The experiments Williams that brick if tho beit quality and color con bo burned as his firstkiln of over one hundred sutllclcntly With such naterial wo must Immediately commence hu erection of permanent building uud nako tho handsomest as well as tho most irdorly and prosperous In Western WATKR Whenever ono begins to talk about Cow his udnd will inevitably revert to lie water power which Its con tant seems predestined to furnish 0 licno Most of people uimeeusr omcd to such tilings suppose that it will u Impossible to raise ft dam on our low reek banks high enough to furnish VIion told that it is only intended to raise no water two or three feet high and then arry the water to thu required so is to givo light feet head and the re ly Is invariably made that thu water must icvlbibly sink through Iho porous ly observation among tho Irrigation itches of Colorado has taught me that vaterranbo curried in almost any the following extract Irom n luttor wrlt by ono of tho most eminent hydraulic ngiucers In thu will assure ull rho may bo doubtful upon tills subject It may bo supposed by some portions iiat the water would bo lost by carrying In a nice or canal on a higher level along de of tlio but that Is not the Vllli tliu proper velocity ot water hi thu its bottom and sides will soon be ome so puddled that it will hold water xtrcmuly which cannot take place 1 a creek or river subject to freshets ami upld A Whoever glancci over the advertising ohmins of the Nnws will bu linprcHsoit ritli Iho idea that llutchlnson Is u bcral Nothing else so well buto ens of a town as tlio appuar ice of Its and hi this respect teno Is extremely No her town In tho SUito can show so public lrltod citizens and business men as strikes all strangers as something won urlltl that such u pcuplu can have been collected lu so short a time and that such paper can be supported In u town eight AT July We on In receipt of tho premium lUt of lu Kansas City Industrial Exposition and grlctiltural to bo held for six ommunclii September Colonel Cersuy Cuates la president of tills orgimte and supported by on ellickuit corps f composed of tlm most proui cut citizens of thu The fair will be elil Immediately succoedhig tho Bluto air jit and Just the great ilr in BO that oxlilbltoiu ciiu at tend till of If they on the tamo Tim premiums are very imglnjjfrom There 3 ono wolal premlurii of a cluuiiploii oupvr mower tor tlio teat tun of raised In Kansas or Missouri durlnjf 10 year In Ike If tho folio wing succeeds We mny safely calculate on having tho gaim delicacy In our swift rolling A correspondent writing to the Itaiyer Weekly gives account of Inrgc of ghad In the Woshcta near tho Ho If that bo trua why may we not hope for Iho same kind of a visit f But let us seo what the Denver ffnea says of shad In the Platte Those who have Watched with any dc greo of Interest tlui numerous experiments which are being make by Suth Green ant others of the Connecticut In the propagation of salmon ant will remember Unit Congress was memorialized for on appropriation o bin thousand dollars to assist in tho work The amount was and Is now being expended under the direction of Profcssoi Some two weeks of the American Agriculturist leltlladley on the Connecticut with a large number of Young Some four hundred thousand were put In tho Altc one of the tributaries of tliu mid about the same number lu White near Imuunnpolis Two thousand were brought through to this and on Sunday morning were put In tho They were in lively and no Indications of having made a journey ol over two thousand Ono reason ol bringing them to this point was to test the distance which they couhl hu cxperlmciitwasin everyway and the attempt to introduce shad In the waters of the Mississippi and Missouri valleys may be considered us duly The young shad were carried In tin cans about two loot and fourteen feet In circum Water was changed every few and kept at a temiwruturo of About onehalf of the llhh with which Cllirstsrted It will be three before the entire success of the experiments can be we may visited Colorado in August one ot the Agricultural edi tors who made a tour of the west He has undoubted faith in tliu present nnd n lull appreciation of thu benefits which will accrue from them to thu present and luture inhabitants of the west Junrcxi Late Mexican dispatches confirm the re port of the death of The pWslden cy of the republic will devolve upon Icrdo tie chief justice ol the supreme court and until recently secretary of for eign affairs in President Juarezs mt lately In opposition to the and regarded as sympathizing with the rev although remaining in the city of and taking no active part with tbe until congress Khali order an election to till the Tbe Supremit Cunrtt The Kansas Supreme on Satur in thu case of Kansas Valley National Hunk CountyTrca8Hrer Adly sustained and alllrmed the decision of Judge that tho assessment of the noncy of banks as Its lull value was legal md even though other personal property was assessed at onethird of its contrary to The decUlon will settle a question which 1ms agitated tliu bunkers for several City Journal of of Council during i recent tour In the western part of the discovered thu remains of a large Not being ublu to bring back lie entire he selected tilt thlgli tho u a portion of tho about five bushels in mid not enough to set lip one side of Uie iiiiuial The mohns weigh tram ix to Iwelvu iMJiinds the tlilgli bones are about twelve inches In aud hu tusk measures just lour feet and two nches from the socket in tliu jtiw to tho It Is partly lint there Is some ivory in it Conmton Tlie Gatllug The Gatllng guns at West 1oltit are cu ious looking miplemcnts of but nore curious sUll is tliu nmnucj of their An odd appearing bending f steel Is bought iroiu thu ammunition best and held Immediately over aud in contact with Uiu silt hi upper pint of thu This seguiunt contains twenty cur and as tho crank of the coltco nlll Is turned they descend in due se iieuce into Uio where they ex From Uio many nioutlis ol thu gun hoot forth uninterrupted immbors of ilercingly bright flashes of sur ouiided by enwrapping vtils of blue und from thu lower sidu cornea a leady stream of empty cartridge Vhen out segment Is exhausted It Is re luced by and there Is really no init to Uio capacity of the gun so long as lie crunk Is kept An olllcer in orms uie that they can lire J20 shots u ilnutol that thu prcv leut Impression eouutrning Uieir dullcauy ud liability to getutit of order U untrue tut they are easily muwigcd simply con tructeil and guod for miicli cspvndciicc of the Every lover of thu homo who visits Now rork 1s naturally anxious to taku a look at tanners it takes u pass from Bonner to do I tun sure he gives hem with a liberal and I know Uiat 0 editor would bu rcnised Homier IB getting as they say out all Ho lately told ti gentleman 1 his stubles that hu would not taku JOO for what ho knew of the horws So uirticnlur Is hu about thu stiuidlng spot of ils Uiat his slahlo floor Is tuiulu up ly u series of with between urgeenough to allow the pugMigc of wu Beneath this is u wuwrUgut jtli u pitch of two luchus uii one sldo for wiUi thu 1aUu llaorlug thlckur and higher on that Thu extra lloor ug Is HO ponstrnctcd In two sections that t con be raised IVom tliu center both and placed on edgu when removing the ac cumulation of objccllonahlo mutter be It may nut bu uninteresting to now what Uouncrd luwe cost ilui lu the Ilu owns about thirty ilghprkuul and tho following arc luw of Uie Ugiiroti paid for Utum on liuubriae 12 0011 6600 8 uoo Utktuh The rtuble and groiuid upon which It Is built coat ut least ItUagruatddU t money to trust huwj but tivury uiau tu Ilia of Bail In Prom Austroltungnry comes Intelll geuou which renders it Unit i great demand will be made upon the when crop of America for this In various portions of the tho prospect o the crops has been completely destroyed Hungary has been termed the granary o the world the fertile soil of the lluuat Isso well adapted tn raising whoa that frcqttvntly from 30 to 40 bushels o choice wheat have been raised to the acre Now this region Is completely immdate with Over a wide extent of territo ry nothing can be discovered but fishponds and marshes t tho eye of thu railroad trav eler meets with water on all Slore than of acres are now under wa Somewhat has ccn the experience of Towards the end of May then wcro heavy falls of nun accompanied with so that the rivers Mol and llcraun overflowed their banks and Inundated tho country with such fearful rapidity that lu most of tliu flooded districts the waters rose four five feet In a Great disaster was tliu moru than 200 persons wcro ant an immense number of houses have wen destroyed lu some places whole villages arc in to use the language of an official millions worth ot pro perty have been whole tracts of cultivated land havu boon converted Into n and covered with sand and niiid to a depth of from two to three In addi tion to Die property destroyed In am stored It will not be possible to cultivate any of that laud this imrtlons of it not even lit Uio next uml many be utterly lost for agricultural the expense of restoration being too great to be borne by thu poor A direct couscquucu of this failure ot the markets which supplied a great portion of Europe with would to bu thu necessity of Innviiur large supplies from other cmui Witli a favorable crop in the United considerable of grain nay be reuircd to supply tho The Jewels of thu cxKmpress Eugenic recently sold lu London were comprised in one hundred and twentythree for which were They In clude u beautiful composed oi ten inu large emeralds surrounded by hands of j a superb brilliant composed of very flue largo witli brilliant drops and pendants of false 900 guineas eight hundred and titty a eom wsed entirely of flue large the centre a large oval u pair of magnificent long composed of very large guineas u brill taut formed us a double guineas u lavender silk covered with Brussels white tliu stick rhinoc eros with chased gold H8 guineas u light bluu silk covered with white with tortoise shell gold handle and studded with 18 Among the purchasers were Boron the Manjuis of and Lord Ctirys aud sad to several well known It makes one wluk to read of a watoli worth a broooh worth a headdress worth a bracelet worth and so Let us hope that shu who sold will not mourn jver her lost and that they who nought will bu happy with To maku liujrit Good The Aineriean AgriwUurisi says In duce thcui to taku an interest lu the In in stock tell them all your your sttcxccsscs and failures glvo llicm a history of your own and what fou did ami howvfou when a boy jut do not harp top much upon tliu degen erate character of Hie young men ot thu iresent but praise them when you can iiul encourage them to do still Let Jicm dleirS up lu thu instead of sitting down in their dirty clothes In a dlr y Provide plenty of Thanks o our country homes can bu irilllimtly lighted as gaslit res deuces in tlie Kncouragu neighbors o drop in during Talk iigdcul urc rulher politics speak of tlm tuipor anco of large of good of nd and of tliu advantages uf niak ng animals rather thimoftho lard low prices and high iVbovu encourage the boys to read good griciiltural Papers mpu well utun intelligent boy wants something Get him some good agricultural took to liead It witli and give ilm tliu buuctlt of your mid When hu has mastered givu Urn In our own wu owu in love fur liirmlng principally to tliu fact hat our father told us ot everything that ic was doing on tlio farm answering all be and encouraging rather than efusing our childlike desire of helping him o to to lut oil water and lire hu bush buutloy utitl Herald letters from giving tlm ilstory of his meetiiig witli Llvings and thu latest accounts of his explor nay thu Chambrlu Is the head waters if Uio Thu stories told of two coun rles through which tlie great river runs uuti iiku a lie tells of ivory being i cheap and plentiful as to bu used for loor posts of the skillful luniiufiicturu of uu grass Into cloth rivalling that uf India if a people nearly whiUi ami extremely whom hu supposed to bu dc cciidantu of tho ancient Egyptians uf uoppcr minus at Kubuiga whleli have been Iorkcil for and of a docile and frlend y Livhigstonu uml Stanley explored thu houd of Laku Tanyanyike uid returned to Ujljl where tlioy sjient Stanley nays he found The The company Is nowx cticouniglujr tin construcUon of One mini Kl near the Colorado Miutli west to the Arkansas at Port Illly It la to hnlld this urn This will enable tlm cumjiiiuv to pits sont lictter facilities for the New Mexico Another fc proposed Irum City norUiwcsttolVirt nlniiglht Ititptibllciin Most of our State cm secure nillrotul outlets rnullly and n cxjienseby making rotuls to ujimetlui with tho Kansas Pacific tluut in any oilier way i and It would levin to be tho IKHC of an ciillglitenptt administration to FWIHI such whtii It call be done withou Involving the company The business of lliu nrcsvnl year nltvad liwlkuUs n vwy rse that for the Imllyoar ending with June having Iwcn or lionrly 10 n ivingstone In u very destitute robbed and by his lie looks o be only about aud Is ijnlU hale and Jn hu Iwgan to or uiilzo an exiicditiun to explore a fow bubttul which hu thinks will take ihout elklitecii when hu will re irn to Tho Veterans National Committee con Iniiu to receive letters by tbe hundred In response to Uie call for u mass cunvuntiun u Pltteburg on thu 17th of Sell tern IliuiM Is no doubt that tlio gathering will bu largest of thu kind ever held ill thu fur nurpatuihig thu famous conven tion of guveral iluiidiug lines of rail oad hii vc already signified their intention of Issuing excursion tlnkeUat half fare for he round and similar ire being entered Into with for tliu uccoinmolutlon of thu great numbers who will ilisliu to Letters were rucelv from Governor of Kelloyand many other prominent Sivurul vfterunclutabuvd reuplvut to attend lu u and nave uotllled the comualltec tu Uiut The Uhcnl Any spare time from now on ciin be well Improved In breaking wheat year many funnels tailed to sow all the bud Intended becjmse dry weather set It about Scptemlxr and they could nut break tliu Dont fall IVoro safhe cause this Break whenever yoi have a spare aud harrow at mm while the grouiidls Dont be alVali of getting ibegmuiiil too Tluvu ut four harixiwluus will not hurt tho Aim to drill thu wheat In be ween of August anil otli of ccrUiluly not later than tlie latter and aflcr wanls roll the ground with a licuvy In our opinion It will pay to mulch a small if refuse hay or straw ouu had up on reasonable Anil The mere fact that you arc obliged to la Iw Is nut a The mere fact that your labor produces slow results is not a Tbe thing that you dcslru as tui allevattim would bu the giialest curse to Du nut bu ashamed of that iilaco where God has shut you God tins put your upon mid ivmom bcr that your enjoyment in to consist in tliu essential manliness uf your It is to consist lu the active usu of those forces which pud has endowed you wher ever his providence put And 11 lie bus withheld from you some of hose endowments which lie has grunted to bu If you lire Unit some way will be made up to Do not be ashamed of SUmd to It and llgUl out your Sou to it that whatever you loserwhether it bo r or what do not or or or sim or Stick to Thoy lire Imltyour INtttny RENO COUNTY 1 North Main Exchange Sought and iiKrostts coiieciuiss Pltyidfjliut Wagon All khute of Iron and Wood Work done at short notlcct Kutl SniTinan Uf A RENO SOMi AUKNT I It K IUOOK unil limn iuilfit not t fllmMU ty yearn ti WiiiTiuilfit not to liuk lor An iu tnlniTuli Tmiil uy twim CONTRACTOR Hauo WILL lUmlrili make Kntimutfn tun I Uvktt iur tlw uruutimi of Imal mtfU mid thvullinjr Hut Waul I on iw Lo lirtuuDi Quality oi MAOK BARBER HAIRDRESSER Ntxt iliwr tu KUwimla4 Korth Haiti llulrraitllinr uwl ilivsuhw iloim In Ill JACKMAN Carpenters TllK beat qnulily of work ilonunl the 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