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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - August 8, 1872, Hutchinson, Kansas                                COUNTY SEAT OF AUGUST PER YEAR SIX i I 4 I m A VPecfcly r iwn 1ni orBiiuscruillon Six I linn1 imir In W Clubs of ilvu mid An rxmllent mlwtlHlng Hiilw of wlverllftlng made known on The NKWB olllee Is well ilonkmt with tt uplcn nml all klnilnof not only liliiln Cat s I f Corrpspomliniofi snhullnl from nil imrtfi nf the County mill Hiving for Us In plireo the grail nilvnnlugiM of our Inuniillnlv iiictkiii In propel llKht Inforu the people The PubllHlifrs will nml frankly max all of Imiulry tlio of deililng to locate In thin or will riler mich Inqulnin to pnrtlia who will cordially far nlBh the desired nil conimunicntloiis to Kdltnrs nml EMIORATKIN TO One yeiir ago tho bitlliilo roniiiuc wlieic the tomi of llutclilnaon now Jlciin county wns virtually uninhabited initii At tliut tiino setllors came dropping In one by one but Uiu did not bcconio ftill nncl stroiiR until uftur tlaet suring tile yiifit 8plcnmd1prospcctebl Uils lurauven during this dull summer dull crnlly with regiinl to still When lidl rolls around wu may ex jnct a flow it is uotso much on nccount of Hie numbeiii coming into our us on their wecongnituliitrt The induecinenls Mint Irani emigrants into our county arc nil There Is nothing spurns consist of fur tilesotlVpureSviitWiiileinpLrati iirid liPiiltll Ail nml excellent railroad Ineili There arc no mushroom excite ments about gold or no aittlc mar and no unserupulous TheiD is notliing olliirod to the eniigrunt but what will bear the test of time mid the genuineness of which is testlltal to by every loiter Unitfroos and by the observation of every traveler not of thif drift wood Miiny of them are wealthy and mid move here from the most excelloulJ for here may found pure civil and churches mil schools of writes u that he will nnt he a for State unless Douglas comity presents his name and supports In that lie would he pleased to take the li is to bajioped Uonglas may s to bajioped t ht lilmJurwnrd put llorlon lie Is one of the best business men in and besides 0110 of the most His activity mid Integrity eminently Ills him for the olllee of Slftte Treasurer und his Independence 111 regard otlie blllce Is rcfreslilng in these lnys when most men are half insane aliout THE NEW IOSTAL III pursuance of a law paused during the hist session of Congress the Tost Ulllce tuirtiiient will soon issut iioslal They will be ruled on the back for the ad They will be and nVe to cost only stamp and great conven ience in writingshort eouimunicntiolis aljout which there Is no No cards lint those issued by the government will he Thereforea private hnlivid uiilcan not get up Ills own cards by stick ing one cent slumps on n bit of cuiif The system prevails hi GreatMriUain and is demonstrated to be n GRAND EXCURSION TOTHE MOUNT f Vfa notice from tho flmca that n grand excursion wns to start to the liocky JIountAfuff from yes tin Itb Their tickets arc to lust sixty These excursions to the Hocky nmge are becoming very numerous of latavand Indicate thiitin a few years tourists liild slimmer emigrants from iill parts of the Union will flock to these uoiintaius more than any Their helglitj their extent ilio gmndetir of their und tlie wild and romantic associa tions connected with nil conspire to give them prbinliiciieo to the tourist while the dry pure atmosphere shrouding possesses extraordinary attractions for the When the railroad system among and around these majcstie be comes ftirther and their cities more then in even iis tho resort of tourists and summer In littbitaiitSj the Appalachian system will The ilocJjjJlpnntains are tliu Alps of the United and as n portion of the swarms settling up and de velophig we areproud jf The expedition for the discove ry of Livingstone is one of the most They conic of hope mid cu selves with the eomforls of riittueifed ixUhtf ence of roughing Iteno may It proud of lier fi PLANTING FOREST There Is no need of discussing tho neces sity of planting forest trees in Tho great fact is would demand trees or tection from wliids iu and for shade iu tho Wo want groves of Umber to cqui moaphcre and thoughriftUi to Improve tho appearance of our our gardens and our Trees planted with add more than anything else to the bounty of u rural They will change the bald uppeumnee which the prairie to something like Unit of tlie eastern homos wo loved so Innumer able Hie AelicfivtftVoila buvhfg them around The the cure nnd tho presence of mokes men and wtef Wives WSKffW at tlio hearts of eliildren to their attractive stamp lusting endearments 011 all which their parents and thu danger of seeking it to some degree A noble son may often bo enved by making home at It Is pleasant for any to conteui rslH of their own la To sit at secure from tho melt IOK ntyl of the midsummer beneath the noble trees your own hand or from yoaV window1 wlthiiss tlio giant trunk wrestle with thu storm and foliage rolling likotho billows on wlile of waiting and Whoso heart doei not gladden at tliu sight of tho first tree planted In our new yards and when orthe tender shoots how kindly do we euro for and with what Interest do we watclj to ujiango It makes course go out Hi tliu thu pleasing of trees wiuvlurn Ihe of perhaps tliu light of lie beautiful of thu unpre pure mid noble fro us uuplieerfnl und makes thu lll Uo lllu burdens bear ou us more They glvu us It lias been said that lie who makes two blades of graw grow Indued 11 rears u leaves behind him whcnhu iUivlug memorial that grows UtwJiijpiiiKJu wiisti W definite Information hiul been heard from Irtin In a jii txr istencu wns but Vet notwith standing the uud Atrlcti j thc tierce luir Lwhicit It Is the discuses incidental to its und the vagueness of its the obscuri Llvlngstohcs and the vast extent of the country in which he was to searched the mission was was iLhlg tlljug for prlvjite enteriiriserooe of tlie I biggest of modern JWe as fellow eftliiens of the Bennetts feel iiroijd it It iii Kir and many English capitalisUi und philanthropists to feel rath er Tine HoWLSlii a destitute anil al most dying condition when readied by the representative of wusjbundi and the vVliloii lie tliii timely is best told in his own clip the following from a hcuutindund received by James Gordon MY DKAII Stu It Is In general some what ditllcult to write to one have never seen it feels so much like addressing e strangeness I should otherwiBii have and in writ Ing to thank you Kir tho extreme klndnesii that prompted you to send 1 feel quite ut V WlKjitlon In dme you will easily perceive that 1 have good ivason to use very strong expressions of 1 cumc to Ujlji oil a tramp of bet ween JOO and 500 bcucjitli a blazing vertical having und forced ftd when almost in sight of the end ol the geographical by a number of hulfeiute Hoslem sluvcs sent to mu from Instead of The sore made still sorer by the wplld sights 1 hail seen of mans Inhumanity to not too much to suy ihut idmosi every step of the sultry way was in jmd I reached Ujijl a mere ruckle of There 1 found that live hundred The near nrrapeetot beggary amongtljl jlatw made me I could not because I laughed much at a friend on reaching the mouth of the said that he was tempted to despair on breaking the photo graph of his We could have no suc cess afkr Afterward the Idea of de spair had to inesueh a strong smack of the ludicrous Unit it was out of the when had got to about the low est vague rumors ofanKngllsh vis itor reached 1 thought of myself as the man who went down from Jerusalem bttt neither nor Samaritan could possible puss my Yet lie good Samaritan was close at and one of my people rushed up nt the top of Ills s of my peopl In great guspcdout Ah Englishman coming I see him and off he darted to meet An American llrat ever In these at the head of a told mo the nationality of the I am as cold and noiKlemonstrutlvc as Islanders arc usually reputed to be but vour kindness nmdemv frame It and I said In my Lettherichest blessings descend from the Highest on you and Miraculous One of the most Instances of es cape from sudden mid apparently inevitable death occurred a few nights on the Hudson A man named James of wns walk ing up the road about a mile south of the New Hnmburg sljitioiv On his back ho carried a a train hove in thundering down the track ou which Carter was see the red glare and tohcarlho crashing advance of the en gine was tlie work of a moment in the next Garter Iciipctl for satctv npoii the oilier it was stumbling from Seylhinuon startled man could not for the roar of the freight a new enemy that was close upon AH he jumped upon the up the 1ueiliu express cumc hurling along ut his running forty miles an The engineer saw shut ollstcam und whistle down lint it was to The speed of the locomotive was hardly slackened when itstfuekUhe poor lie and his trunk Were lluiig twenty feet into the Irohubly It was a thousand to ut the moment of colli that Curler would not draw another Vet umli The case proved to be one of those aston ishing exceptions to ordinary experience that we instiuclivcly call Car ters clothes caught in what is called the his person not striking part of tlie locoinoUvuut he WHS lying across the iron burs of the cow with his head down and his feet tbe head being within or three inohes tlie The train dashed furiously Carter con tinuing to haiig in Ills perilous position mi til it reached New llewusin but soon revived with rem and was found to be absolutely mi There was not even a swatch or abrasion of We believe u lady is alive who has gone through something of this This was at Cold Spring years She was crossing the track In u uud was in like manner struck by a locomo The horso was instantly und tho wagon smashed to UnlUin lu strangis to after being thrown into v was caught by the flagstall through her hoopsKirt something as one the game of and on She was rescued as soon twin could be and sustained 116 Injury Wlien the ship Oinibar wiis wrecked some years jibe foundered hear1 11 sheer almost absolutely smooth on its surface iihd rising feet from the On thatsmooth far abOViVthc reiiuli of any coiiviiiun is a single tiny crevice or ii few feet In It was a thousand toonc when tlie Dunliur wont down hut iso one on board would be Diitthc very fury of the tcinpcstthat destroyed this ship wlis1 one poor mariners lie toss ed up into tlds crevice by a nionstrouB wave as neatly us a billiard bull is shot In to a There lie lay hut lie was found in time to save und was hoisted to the tup of the precipice The chance of his going Into when the broke less tliaii that of throwing upeirinto naUuolu in a feet vl The success that has attended railroad rings in obtaining subsidies from our jov enunent baa served to start similar enter prises hi other A Canadian Tu cillc railway has luteii the coni puiiy to feceivu acres of land along the route mid in hard And now a little railway seliiuuu has iKKin hi lsjw linild a grand trnijk roud from Augusta on the west jo Iort Darwin on the east with branches Mclbnnie and The company is to ollleo in where tlie bonds for the roud will be ottered for The estimated of the irf The coin puny ask u little subsidy In the form of acres of land lying in alternate blocks along the Hi jfo i Thls area Is said to he larger than all Ireland and but it Is claimed he land might n4 well be given to ii railroad us to renudn unproductive as it is Tho It Is iTnt ii fcwycafssliice Webster und Ilenton looked Ujion as the four great national They art Hliice Greeley and Iluymond were the four nc of thu Anfl nwtliis 6Slly broken in uion by snddiMi dcnlli of borne time hilf mid lleiuietUaf thu rennihis lie In Oree Is temporarily out of reached and told on tlie bodily frama what may be termed tliu exjgencv oj The of ighfr thuVlwiWdvingoii my It Onlleil alone remains ut the Ifich in und pol lu still Ircijucnts his old Ihe only miniinlnlug ony of the fynr whose jiuiiij djillv Bhoiik the world of und made und unmade men and iiollelesat Hnllronil Gntf 111 Smith The San Franclreo Alia CaHjurnian gives the following Inlercsting particnhire concerning one of the most remarkable works of Uie now going forward In where for two years past u giant struggle been made to girin a mustery of the Tltiin Andes cliuin of ninnnlalns iTnly work eonmiiiieeil on the eas tern terminus of the Iilina Ornyn mllmnd wlilch Is helnirconstrnetednndern contmot by Harry This which commences virtually at Cul on llie cast Is ilestiued to cross an altitude of over 000 feet and termi nate a little Iniliun ut an altitude Old talilbrnluns are pnnnhient In all these new Jessie who for some was well known In this city during tlie Hush times as a has assumed thfi great responsibility of pimorliitciidlug construction IVom Oijiya The commonly knnwn In that country us are being tlie only ones who can successfully oper ate at such high where the rarity of the almosphere prevents those who have been raised In low places fitnn The head camp uud center for supplies is now iii a small mining at about KlghUen miles of grading have been und this month liework of making a tunnel through the crest of the Andes has It will be worked from bolh ends with u force of Indians engaged on The tunnel will bo feet hi and elevated nbove the higher than the summit of Mont In an air It is distant from the western terminus on the Iucllle coiifcl only about sixty The gradi ent Is for the must part 212 feet to the or what is there culled a four per Jfuny expedieute have been udop rcd in order to surmount tin great engi neering dltllcillties und tolengthen tile roud to the best tliu purpose of continually gaining At one point above Sari about forty two miles froln it has hicn1 found nccessarv totisorl to aV which issimply a turn tabus ami whunix thu takes uii nil grade in a reverse direction for several und again forming in Its course almost a figure The dillieulty experienced in working at eastern utonee be comprehended whiinlt is rcmcmbercd that tlie mule by Which all fools and provisions with the exception of What may be obtained in the puss lover an iiltltiule of amid a cluster of peaks covered with perpetual It is hoped by this mad to develop the inlhend wealth of the which consists of silver Coal has also been discovered iu lie vicinity of Or3ra ami which must eventually prove a val uable ivsourec in a couutiy which is to tally destitute of tliii ex ception of some coal which rudely taken out and transported on the backs of llumaa to the principal camps nt tlie cost of per ndlnins oiirt be obtained for fuel excepting dried bulBdo cents a sack and dried iluma The liitbi1 is preserved by the ton for use in rude smelting hi the Thousands of sucks huvo bisen for thu for which tliut Such items as these will enable those who arc unacquainted with ftie pecrtliarilles oftliu to appreoiufe llie fact that this gnat which has been is one of the great events of tlie present Tho flreul cKnilul Tlie trunsii of tjip plaunl across tlic occur on Teccihbcr 3 This Mhiclr h great interest nut only to but to and physical hlsforv of the lias iiot rcciirred since At that ciirlv date haflbb siivurs In California und Sim Uoinln gOii in Suutli tlie Ia at Madias and inn at Astniken uuilIJpon Tin United Germany and Knglund huve ujipointed Ob Horvcrs for the Tlie FriMicli Acad emy iif the ruijtiest of the Alin Istev bfruhlle In asked for nine stations of and an propriution of Thu war pre vented the granting of thu but Jules Simon hiw tilreiuty submitted u position for iin appropriation of with tlie undcrstaiullng that mqrn slnill be granted in projiriatlon madi by our goverjnsut wim and to be usid the will by pri vate and HevWul sclwiitilfc imitjiis froiiv the will wit ness iilicnbnicnon from various of lieataimtiM a well kiiown of our was accidentally shptiind seriously wounded while hunting oil Wifl nesday last The partieiihirijjo lav as we have been able to lire is Ibl lows AVulkei uceompiinleil by an intimate friend of his wnntontoii tliu prairie near Indulge in hot feur ing the before tlullr His friend exhuusted ammunition and camu to Wulker Tliey were outside of u eornlleld at the thiiejAlter having loaded his gun he re marked to 81 Walker that hi would go though the us there might be theny llu hud only uross ed a few rows of Walker In the i incanthiiH rCiiiuluing standing In the spot when lie had left flow up And his gun lind in tlui oxollxMiientoiVllie moment uol thinking of endangering Walker1 Hu wiw In rungu uiul one hun dred und four shot him In various purls of the For u long time ills life was despaired of but hu getting along pivtly iMmfortublyrfW well could he nxpecteil considering tliu terrible wounds ho been iiitruslcil to u drunken liuutl dood humor is the clear blue skv ofthu mnl on which every ottilciit will sliino moiv clearly aiul ihc nun of genius An of tin Wclrot From the Lawrence FHtmim we ijuole llie following A couple of days we met our old friend Judge In a walk around looking he Friends mect Ing and Inviting him several per soiis sat down with him imder llie to talk uVw the old times of Al ter recitations by illilerent ones of oirur rences In curly Kansas the old giive us a linv of the war of of which we nre sure will be Interesting enough to our readeis to be re At the time referred the win u hoy ot sixteen and enlisted in United force employed to de fend the frontiers ngnlnst tile In the middle of Iu 1813 the eom pany in which our friend was a soldier was stationed at then culled Gump twentysix miles north of wnon Wilkinson eume from St W sec In com mand at that und suid to Cup itlsulwolutcly neoesflury thiit gef a tllspalch through at once In the Fort at Is u very hazardous and desperate and 1 do not want to order anybody to go Ihmuarhi Have von a man who will volimteerV Cnpliiin I think I have a hoy who rill make the and taking him to young tho old General lay ing ins bund on tins liids My if yon carry this dispatch through imd re turn to me 1 will pay you hirsusii reward for your und give yon a months roni The boy wunleil the more than tlic because he could visit his parents und brothers and aiul perhaps the girl lie left behind1 though wo did not question the Judguon that Ueforc hu had received the Ida mother hud heared of Ills proposed anil witli a mothers was anxious to get him because he was under the having given their consent to Ills not he hut thiViiioposition was made that If the hoy could get another soldier to volunteer and go with should have tins siinio selected a man by the njimc of Isaac u bruve who consented lo accompany the the two started nt young Wakolield he ing uriiied With u two holster anilit anil with u rifle The was two hundred and without a single and not a mun had utteiuptcd the liussage of tho route for eighteen months without being murdered by the There was no roadi and com pelled to travel on the Indluh AI though there were various diverging the one from to Viueennos been washed having heen traveled red man for a half und very easily To leave it there wus danger ot getting and tho only hope ful way of success trail with ulUts On the lirst traveled without any hiiildenfs woitli re lating except the killing of of which they made their lay down pleasantly Ur The second they saw niahy iridiealions of Tudiunsby the tracks of flicir ponies liiid dusk in tho as the two were ridding side by HurneUl cainf lit young Wukeilulds without and pointed to where an Indian was just nioiiiit liig ills Fortnnatiilv tho Iniliun did not fee und rode Dunnid then suggested to leave llie trail which goingabout a quarter of ii mile ony dis mounting uud pouring out u few ijuiirts of cum to enili so young horae tliut of making what seemnd u bad wound oirt tlio llonte waslbiindto travel just us well the next Taking a cold tied to their wrisla mid fidd down to it could ly he said to Tlie next tliey saddled tbelr iif dawn of diiyV but just as they wero riliout to came so dpithea fog that they were unahle see a rod inly t was iiin possible to find the triiUtill aliout ten um I uiovit wax out of the ques tion with anv hopes of travellngiutliuiight Wheji tlio fogeleurod lUinid the and had out of sight of tli6 place where theyliiid Inid for tlio until they ran into an Indian where u large hud lust their camp I Iron still IJiirlng the third they kepti seeing the Indian tracks arid the main truvclr third no und got up ii IVesheirund witligiiod hopes of fourth daivtheysiw no slgiiH Of and truveled hrlslily all arriving At B AriMUla KoVenihef trlet of November The IresldenthU election will occur In all the HliUcs ou the nth day of Another The Orceley men have becii prcdletliig that our excellent of tho Idlu would support A couple of missionaries from city visited him for tlie showing film the groatadvantages lie would derive from such a put a couple of fleas in their that caused them to cut their Interview Walker is ton true a republican lo Mipporl tlie soRsnell Hitukes his wu termeloiis without and Ills cherries The Eniporla Acws wiys that Lvon cnuii tv iSgood for i000 majority for Grnlit nnd The Orunt club In1 Kinporlii In a yejy large and cnlhusiustie and UnniL clubs are thu hi Koran und found tliut 1 WH to leave Gttuwu by the cur in wlilcil lie hiid also written to llie CJovernor of stored thu vuhiiiblii of the Unyuhvembw thai had sent slaves alter j company caught llru ftom the sparks of a mo to who returned and reportpassing und burned hrlbiv any thing uoulilbc done towniib llie begged iierniMou to co them being no law heie except that of the duggcror I hud to dowiiln inon grent deiHtutu o everything f which I Imd wko Wfflf thotiireoluijgirto leave hero Iji caw of auKiuut of clrciw making 16ns of between and were compelled to JUVM stiveU beautiml amml tolcuvo lioiu in cuije j inmih to their Oity Journal uf tcriio in hU U Is the must beauty ot a fine iedeem Ing gruiM In u liiimely U is like green In u ill livery millowingtlie olthtj MJfleuing like hib in u Iull concert of souuilniH ul Ilihl discoveredliy yetlllUnguii Ihu in thi concord with u I The survey for a railway In thu valley of tin lt The liny li ihimt CM in and Kulluh tivinmiites ul H here tint i i and the Ulihr tluir wutent with FujjiieurlvlhlvivlburllKi of length iiuu will ou the edge i and if the about ihreufonrthn of a uillis i from Ihe und ubovo Uiu level if periodical of the just bulbin QlaudcniHliwIIli thtty plungisd hi1 swInVtlip hut being stranded on u soldiers at tin and cainu to tlinU usslHtiince diuit thu and hearing the Ipport ill told thiirii they must1 not return lip sin niitttgtfttielf Wubusn oh tlio cast incl iimKlhg the tclp more thini niiiuh of the country wus settled Ou tliulr retiirn they found the settlers in all the Inillanshuvlng iiiuhsucriil several Iuni Thnv old win told them that the reports worn thai Ihiy Were und thai they had been neulped und terrlhly young Mam Ing ou Piirnvm hoihe lUswilj she didnot him Us lie upproiiched until he sgmke to hurj Kluitingto muit die fell fainting totiuigroundi Held rodu on to his uuimt bull a wlioru he foundeifflityinicn unni risady to penctruto llin wilder ness to cried ntuV life inottiorlAK1 Ifilted tho acoiie iit Wits sooii great The old judge must eurnestlr all who heard hU yonnguud und as he puustd of tliu gnWi ivo nil lilt tliut It was good thneniHMit lo hear Vie of old hut ween Mie lireiient and the hhUirluti of the his stories of tliu uf Ihe emly jilo The elpclioniln NoHh wus held on August tlah und on Ailfrnst Those yet lo taki place will be held us fbl lows New Mexico TerritorySepleinher 1 Septismlmr i ttaii temberS Jlulne Heptembcr I Julorailo Septemlier JO Dakota Tcrri OetoherS Indlann OciolitT 8 October H Oclober S October 8 South October Oe lober 24 Novemlier o Arkan wiSj November November ii 5 November 5 Novein berfl November B November B Novemlier 6 November So vemherB JNovembeiii 511s 1CIUIJf RENO COUNTY BANK 1 North Main Exchange Bought m rt s PormVrly olWlntifriti Ifl IllKIAIUCli li AWIt lashionable Dress and Cloak H MitcliiuL piiililng and Fiitmy AVorfc In till UH iiluin iiiu Jluulu uitijttivwl iiiif lUsi r l A d Wagon MakerK liuittii WortJil IKOlWiuui II Warraiitiil not to Iviil lor in IValvu UyUViiii Hciio COM tnko Tor hu fiVclI6jrbiljiiAl i itiiit uiul ijivtHiiiK ftutliiotloiiiwt KUjLtduor Luinlwr yiuilj nml wlu i Carpenters ritnK liiiit ijaiiljly of riOlliihli ClUllilpIS on nil ivock Iff1 gaCW F Plasterers Stone wbiVt to uiiii ilijho with iKntilcM niil Boot Shoe lJNIH iiuiiB uiid Will uiiui fiiUlSiUv IJKl HUtl ituyJoV jrmKlML City UrinV near utteinjitinsf to uvvliii tlnninoky WHS Iatlison hud siriiie lior Miacron tlic river und he and his men had Ihtiii idklngiilJputKittlnji thetn hut the river being no einiduded nut to Hut Ililtlion belnjf u good iinil n deteiiliinwl U swijn iniy Tlw wiriilit strong and rlwr nixivfi Jtfuir oiillwl fur liclii from Ilireu oilovii uicn ou tlin shocw ami wiw liiiJIed 1uttKon isuid Itv wiw all right ami would ssylm uiiiliioine HlMit Wt OUioli the men from jhore asked Ii6w ur jt HOUK Attorneys at RENO irlTrntoiill con mrlnl Ihu nl Atty Counselor at itrnitloc In conn VV Aim buy aiul Hrnl on HllrJiU hi tollirlluivtlf lllckN I Real Estate County Hf ATTORNEY AT t ami llonuiy AII lillnitiom Bir IVfrnlD unit heRitu tho Ltiuil StHClllI t ie on Jlnln ttitir fiieftin CoUriselor at ft onici In ijii XKWS IriiilhiK Al1 A f id r n e y at a tllIlM youlikf t Onnir or flid ultuul uutfvclluin In nil priiTior iif ATTORNEY AT LAW JVotiiiy Pllyl ilgor wal of lie H jliuit OJliuiY llXIAl itliilloii uivurio nil klpUs of iiiiVf lu liifi thiliol Uiiul ontcli ultriitloo Liviii lo dlwiiiHw of 1 iui0 nml In Imigf Mutit utixil Ittfciw to lOilWIn M UloolnlWil Nin viJ If ul iitWiiiliill IiilU illi Ho1 j Ci Mulu of me PlACE Milken niiiifcOliiv ii Mt IKulkiicHil Iu wiili J lornw   

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