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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - August 15, 1872, Hutchinson, Kansas                                rxfiEB e Sfi COUKTY SBATOF AUGUST A Weekly ilevolmlprlncl llv to tho IntiVStiiof Mm HuMilnBon fiii coiiiilvnnil MIC Omit Arkntum In Ululwof flvu und An oxwltcnl lulvertlslnn llntes o advertising Hindu known on The oltec In vMl Bliwknt wllh iv llil Jubblng nnil nil kliiiln of nn only plnln will be wit ff y County und taring fur Us iililect the ndvmitiifycfi or our linincilliite seullol In i propur light before the piopto The Publishers will promptly nnil frankly nn nwernll letters of Inquiry m the desiring to loenlu In this or will rclui to imitles who will cordlnlly An titan the defilnil Address ull copimunlentlons to FEHHV fc Kns 1872 ft XTMfi Since wo linvo been here we linvo talk cd with ft large number of citizens ol Reno and dls witlsflcd with his locations Tho oil and seems to have fascinate Those Umtcnme with distrust ns to the toll id nro nuw na contlileni liouo heads wen more level Vcriral ll tills of fair M come Into Keno county and stay two weeks oiul without catching the cnthusl It will not tnko longer tliau Umt pe riod In liny for the extraordinary ad vantages of this portion of the Arkansas Valley to ho seen arc glad to witness tills spirit Bf universal satisfaction on the part of our people for our observation teaches us that where a rsally pleased withv tlielr luWbelievo It 18 going to hfakca great They naturally and instinct ively set agencies to work Unit realize their This accounts for the wonderful progress of llentf and tlie rapid growth of All the citizens arc and with tho best of to briinr their friends In every shape jrivo testimonials of the excellence ol this portion of the Ar kansas In consequence Ilntchin mu no epnijty iha jrenerally and effectively known through out the This accounts partly for the large number qfjpurtics fha visits nnd it also aecoimtj Im Tills Is the reason why so many loeato In oitr or mnke arrangements to Considering iilir niid considering our already existing nillrpiui facilities andghispeots jmd consideringftlle excellent chTimctcr have It may be safely said that the glorious success of this of thoAr kaiisas ViUJcy And ihvtsted inreal en tate may congratulate themselves upon liavinjs lilt the nail on the Future comfort and iilllueHif Wdts llutehinson is a temperance Ill 1llleU callj as well as There Is not a saloon In nor In Kcno Many a every been I a planner The of lit tlmn The people know and appreciate the benefits they have derlvcil from it better now than that they will go back upon what they consider to he their best Wo learn that a certain stranger is In tho who boasts that he will run 11 saloon nnd vindicate his legal right to do so In court from the lowest to the highest if Let him try and ho will MiTTKIIK FROM All of the leading papers of the States arc publishing letters at this tim from This Is particularly th cflse with the leading piipefa of Kansas ciiwortli AtpliM ft Icnu ona1iusi iHoim Ms rjfliorikJdf ho enjoying himself and with n Uttlc gusto describes everj cat mid stream ho Th growth of the territory Is expatiated Upon tb ngricliltuml ro sources Aci Rciilly the letters are very In The only criticism that can b advanced agnlnst them Is that they an little too They n little toe cxtrjuaigantly X5 TIIEiHEXICAft Accounts Irom the Rio Grande show n fearnil suite of nflhlrs on that portion p the Mexican 11 seems that the i ivc all along oil the Texan llnejsjnfestcd will a ujost irfnttgtiantclnss plunder and ruhherds of cattjo over the river into Mexico almost daily They are armed with Spencer and Win ohester rifles and frequentlyshootarmy of custom olllccra They Insult the staitc teni fy ranchmen and heap the must opoi uul gross Insults upon private parties Nothing from lliq thieves nnd assas ore JMgiiitilug to feel that they most protect and it war of races Is It Is greatly1 to be hoped that decisive measures will be adopted at once for cleaning out thescoun tHE WAR BETWEEN EGYPT AND Egypt and Abyssinia have locked lorns ovorsomo quarrel or AVlnil tho cause is have iot iityeti Jiistat this ecms to be getting the worst of the V force of some five thousand Egyptians lave invaded tlie and are sweep ng all before These troops are com iiandcd by and are well upplled with Including several 1renelii They are opposed y ten1 tliousnnd under the otmnandof tlic emperor Kassal in small batUos have already been In Egyptians tweresuc It is likely thntthjjr Khedive iviufcs Abyssinia f6r the purjibseofcon nering her and annexing her to his own Situated Immadiately south of Yuul comprising much excellent jc would prize ut If Khedives purpose is simply con nest iuid self It is to be oped that he will bo driven back most in lorjously to Ills own Lust ot owcr and pride of military conquest lould always be finrsb is a to ito deal long ger than wo pose it and his bruin Is n good deal heavier tlmn his countenance Indicates he attempts to ride down both public opinion and Is a subject fit for the limntlo and the party above al luded to llutchlnson owes many of her advantages to her tempeiimce To this basis Is In a largo her excellent tho security of lifeand the prevalence of churches and and the easy condition of money these will bo late when they relax on the question of temperance In purchasing their they con tracted neither to sell or give away any spirituous and a violaUon of this Contract forfeits evora jrtiHffp no such the stains of sa loons anil dram shops would bu tho Our people uvu opposed to hem from etmi a 1 i Ml Auiickna ty ono the largest rtoiofc owners In was attacked six inlles jrom Ills nuich by a band of eight iloxl A German named Seliecht wn King aud others lllu Mexicans wliwi their lire was It U Uidluvud Unit these Mexicans were BCflUo iiutrdur tfing La thm tlft tpTAnUoli sloners ut Ttie commlsslon era express astonishment at tho crimes and Mextcuiis have pcrprtitiiited Tho people of Kansas bclievo In rall und Iliatto Riiclian exlent Unit the icrease of her railroad facillfiea is inipie Every paper almost is iscussing a railroad while the nrKeijl jitiimnis loaded down with dlroad accounts of railroad and ilLqnlsHlons upon railroad Kansas has railroads on the and it must bu confessed to bu n very excellent To Ills disposition B benctlts yet v iv Ind natural meadows with largo herds of cat It nearly ulwuyu pays to build iiill IIARNUMS GIIBA Dnrnuius great show Is coming to Kan arc tlie best Ihls side of tliu At lie a natiual genius for Idscall sinks all other showmen in the TJnloii Into The show exhibited at before last and had adal ly patronage of Itcxhlblts gard to It The great crowds at Barunmsexhi bition on Tenth and Sprnco on were but drops before ij j pmilig thciicies of citiivaiiS cuts were and lust night ftilly live thousand people wore refused Twenty ono thousand tickets were sold the af ternoon and evening exhibitions scene at night wus aiimslngiu IHoox Past thu flickering torches that thruw weihl light on thu ground and gavu thu snowy walls of the tails ashadowy the uiultitiulai rushed in stiug gllng waves to ilush against tho ticket wagons anil surge uround and almostovcr Thosu Wppnllioi piled thcinsdves In close packed rows on The circus performances all through the day wcru The grand which tEllll IIIH WllM A BCIFA llolchlnnoll In Orcnt CoMilncliifoHl tonhlr nnil Ed fttrntrjtlc Moveincnti Vn ot Cnpii Rururul Oorimtal ninUrlrnlcJiiliii On tho morning of the sixth day of Aug n party composed of tlio above mimed have been seen wending their way towards the Ar kansas Along the line as they passcil down street to Cow many a fair da nisei through a to n Sqitarc glimpsi at the manly foniis of the gallant iquail as they passed on WWiitO tho while within tlielr honiu sighs and went up for their safe re turn to the bosom of their eflecUonato frleiulsj and Such auotlicr day injjW kiiovvn0wlthln the saintcil precincts of heroes af ter crossing the boisterous the proceeded to a tvagon by an ox teaniJiCwalUug theiu within a mile of terrillc stream On reaching Midvehicle each member of the isgiveii aiid tho oxen started with theirprecious load at thcratoof Inivel kept until the resldeucaof Sargent Beam wiieren halttook Tent was iiid a general ruBll by the hungry veteriina for the find baskets contalh ng the After demolishing the contents of several Sardine a small tOtiicr ad ditional uixiuga to iiumerqus to the party having secured the services of i horstitciukilp the once riiorc iiutit wards had esttblishcd his reputjition as a party mbuiiteil with whoa iiaw It by at JJeaus barn iand li of the a Thii gotuiider proceeded at tlio rate of four nllcs per hour they reached the his toric village of a halt took and our Mend iTohu Private if tlic original Smith family setup the rater fixing1in magnificent Alter efrcshiug thcriisolvcs hciirtlly tlio parly lice more shirttd on thelrperiloiis nd continued their drive until sunset1 laviiig reached a poiiit on tlli Nlnnescaw ivcr about 112 tulles east of hey concluded to reiiialii over Af eating hlibnrty supper tlic boys ml soon found if ot in tlie arms of Mother being the oltleer of tlio howled ut hi stentorian tho1 command to urn Not knowing but that tlio camp ad been discovered by a partjrif KIHV every to lilsfccti and leering the darkness UuvtsivrromKl rl inquired where Uie fo lale heifers On being informed by ic thiitno foul female had disi iits that It vas time hi be p and a heavy sigh might ave been lifnril at a short distance passing the munly liosoms of the illsappplnt igiillaiiClltUe In a few all was activity in the camp cof ham and the other fixings were soon 1Jdwards is positive that he saw his ball enter flie lower rib and en out on the other Corporal Vtliltelaw being a subordinate was not disposed to qucnttoil tho cliilins of his superior although he told us Unit he be lieved he was tjnlltled to the credit of Wllcox iuid his stall managed the liorscs and In excellent HIM to him Is line In n great measure the safety of Such another bijlVulo hunt has never been placed on ami we enn assure our readers that the Jidvontiirons spirits who participated In the one thus will In afler years sltjfyllie lire side on many a cold bkiik wllfcry repeating to tlielr anil great graliii tie terrible encounter they had with n billliuo bull on the morning of tlie day of ished up and spmallly ntUii tho party sped on Its way toward 10 hunting About eight oclock ie VldgeS Kies lentef in followed by Edwards id Sargent Those three ynnie him rs crjjwlpd upon their breadbaskets souic or nta and a half before getting within distanceFinally they secured a good ret in Iho midst of about lluf and each took Icliber xS aini tit oiio ohl fellow who ike the shots as a mere matter of every ay Klos who Is acknowledg 1 to be a mail of l siys he shot Ini ten times In Bean shot him ght times In the left lung and even small of the Urns us reVielvcd twentynino solid hen he finally concluded thill lie Hies In Hit vicinity were plaguy so glv ig Ids tull an additional twist he started Itilt uutM spefdjjjilslinr withhim tlie hole and leaving our shootlsts In tier To them it eccillcd 1m osslbliu bu OWJ WVft r SWI ur giiniilits returned to the and IICB more liorsus anil mules lu a dtiort bulllilo wore and our gmmists oncu more dls this time Sargent liean sueceed dli planting two solid shot Into old hilt being fleet of foot ho escaped fiirther shooting In 1111 for olil hestrnuk ut in the dlrectlbh of Corixnal received him with nnex ected as It was was luster ijf the situation liufliiln Vk to t on llicniescrti Is gorgeous hi the and never falls to receive con tin ned rounds of Tim riding is are slgnalSforfVesh demonstrations tunjlrtlnjr is Uio porforniiuioca Just thrilling enough to givetin additlonnl eplco of udventuiit thu antlcH of tho trained horse decidedly nnil the after piuw altogether Tliu best of It ull Is that whllu tho ring perfonnanee Is better than anything herc lofoio shown It U entirely five from cm parly after tho manner of opera which are m enjoyuble In JiHKJIW of ttw IUM StfUlUlaw tofow inspecUue his trophy urried toward tliu wagons for the pur pose of securing tho buteher A 1 hands being to sec a dead the Siufl wete tinned In the direction pointed out and soon the party reached within about filly feet of thu dead when he sjiimg tho out at a rau tlmt compelled the application on the part of Wllcox o considerable niw hide Ui the backs of the unfortunate Iluul ly ow guiwUte wltiiin sliwtlng Hs Uincc and afler planting balls In Uio eanaiss of Uiu old fellow he qulotly lay nnil permitted Whlfelaw to ad YUiKA close enough to deposit thu eon tents of slmiiter in lib It is con tended by some sent houtu the ftttia tfw dkl lie I i Itwould fldl for the siune rain fulls but dew does not It Is Klmplyii deposit of al ways contained In the air to a greater or lesser and wliluhi when there Is enough of will always form on any cold body exposed to the moist in precisely the same way that n cold bottle or taken from a cold cellar and suddenly ex In to the warm summer will become wet i tills Is not nor docs tills moistitte come out of the bottle or as many people be but fram the It is fur the ixason njolbUiru will condense agains the window panes when the air is cold out side and moist the moisture slowlv while its deposits fonncrystalso we so often admire in winter weather Is cool the moisture deposited will cvcii IVcrac 01 plants and and then we call It hoai frost if It does not it is slniplj only point left to be wliy does the ground hecoine so coo duHng so nutcli cooler tlmn the ftir above as to cause the latter to de posit Its moisnre Tills was formanj years a vexed until Unit suggested the radiation of obscure heat which takes placcfrom the surface of the earth through thcClcari atmosphere into tlie space and so causes the surface to become much cooler the air ibsolf He demonstrated this by means of ther mometers placed at different am also by uejipsltecl on elotutlcss When there are Lhoy reflect the or prevent it csciip Tliu surface of the earth thus hein from no dew is Alamtjacturcr and iliiin ouil sliifjiiliiir Ctircuiou On last about fifty Pawnee In women nnd mbiintei on and with their goods am chattels strapped on came in 1rofiwmr and expedition ar among the ixtamlHof the South lien Is what aeornvpnndent with the cxped lion has to say with Rgard to the animal anil insects In thu Galapagos One of the most Interesting adventure was landing In a little bay full of sc little afraid of that we could Irani past proups of sleepers on the beach will out awakclng half of and apparent Iv frightening half nf thomj we lUdawaki They seem to be Him rtf clMWling undo just above high and sleet two or three In a huddled ekis Under one bush lay a inolhe and her so fearless that one of our ol llcers held a piece of cracker to the old 0111 anil sin a piece elled It sliesmelled It In his as feai as if lihd heeii a put Th cubs quarreled wllh eii a put nAli other as to wlilol to AVhite Cloud to ci oss the river on the They wore on theirway to Iowa to visit and expect to re BoTOatrraiargetrex on the river ami a ceremony previous to crossing tlie river on a and make a saerlllco to propitiate thu spirit of Iho Their sacred animal is a and annual is selected Uio After illsmouiillng they foimcil a circle beneath Uiu rind the old chief deliver ed a sort of or At the conclusion of this an old sqnaiv gathered up a dog by the hind legs and dashcdhlm with fultforce against the kllllnghini the tlrat she tore us trip from her calico dress and tied llamund thu lions neck tiller which the chief took the dog and another riginarole then formed in single the ciiiefat Ute Jjtail airrying the and marched down to thu form ing li ellfile wound tlie Jle4D the fiif stood tho d tho dog hi the holding it up with iuid went through iin After tills lie dipjieiliiils hand iuitlio water tiniispiinkled oJIJivAht their hands and tfirWoil the wtiler in This ceremony chief giivo the dog a shove and started it down tlie stream after which thoyj weal upon the ferry boat and crossed the That expeiliUoiPwlll certainly sue If it is certain that It will not be Uio of ithe How Inn uru For Avisit to tiie stiiblcs of tloldsmUh Jay or miy of ciuek Uot tcra wliojiave theirquaitiis In tills city im tli aftei this Flora lloiin Brumiiicls wlio arc lalwrliii under the delusion Unit they uni the only that nnd many othet1 com id tsiuid luxuries that go to make life en Into the parlor ot ono of iiscbeantlCji of the liaf Uio and brief sketch of inuiits insult fur tho coinlurt of the fimr foiHed The whleli iw was woU lighted should cuilille nearest to the am they all three snarled and snapped tin Hies In the manner of a sleepy andal tins while a party of ladles and gentlemen creatimB lis large as tho and whiel the seals could scarce have seen hefort stood looking oil within touching distance These seals had much more length of arm and used their arms more In the manner of a quadruped than I had supposed scalcould Isawthoiii walk on UK beach with the whole chest clear of tliu and even jump upon the sand Their favorite gymnastic how was to He upon their backs and roll in the manner of a1 The tatiienesfs of these seals nnd of many of Hit and birds was very I re lentodly put my fingers within half ai Inch ofllttlu yellowbirds and flriellesj am wlUili six mchcs ofmocking 0i James Island the birds were so numerous and so tame wlillu 1 trying tho experiment whether whistling to a yillow blrd woidd divert his attention so to make him allow mo to touch six other two mocking birds tip and alighted oil twigs within two yards of the yellowblrd tovseo whal was going As for tlic their tfUiicness and pertinacity of ad at the go far beyond all travelers I know il good In NewKngland who iullrmed Unit house files could not be driven out a room unless you struck and killed one or in order to show the others that you were In You cannot drive the Galapagos files from you even with The birds and seals arc not frightened by being stoned or shot they dontknow what stones guns and the arenot frightened discour agedby havingiuiy amount of tlielr nides When bout was coming ol the nsiial In orilcito prevent carrying the nuisances on was lor everybody to be picking the Iliesoff as tliey would killing them and throwing llieni Into the from the thiie of leaving the beach to on the deck of tlie slilp and tlie fly slaughtered before you golnto tlie cnblnis no more iifrnlil of yoii Hum the first oneyoiLHluwTatthobeaohi They are notjill biting Hies we escaped trou ble from mosquitoes and Hies dur ing the whole but they are crawl species of iwnyiil ginnllvr and more sober jn dress than our old friends of he Strntcs of lint with tliusamu ciinnlnjr hianncra that nindc ho birds in the Straits such favorites with our And while speakine of the birds of hfso I would not forgot the splen did six feet of which Wo jot many lino They will about n parlies of twchi to twintj Jjhds to making long lints of sun let pluni igri limiting through tho We tried tfinlr llcsh on tlie and most lollcions ftilly equal to tho to The Euil if u II The sale of Uio remains of Brick Pome La Crossu to John Symes and of the Wheral Demo brings up fresh btfoio Hie minils career of one of the most remarkable rauds who has uvcr in this conn ollt Pomero tcriulrod prior to or lired 7r J17i writerononcot started In on his n hook nt IM In in the ittou ol the Crosso Democrat Shoi fly aftt ai ds he war broke out and Iomerov took the ead from the first In abuse of Lincoln nd the Union fioldli i Norn of his com letltors in that Hue could approach Jliey struggled for nwhilt hut li 11 essly hulilnd and yteio uniUnt to follow He beuuno the idol of HIP Copperitails of tho nnd his imivr was substltiitod In thi h families lor i misused Blblo and an Impoikct idma Pomeroy Ilhujtrattd his pnpn with lorrllilc which Btiuck the rural Jemoeralle mind very and added inmciificly to the V paper which not onh iimke of A coin as a hi of tlui paper per anil and tho floor covered a carpet ol new und claim Jnone ctnier stOod of the lavKist and most fashionable bear jiflnK of iUi owncii anil evidently instructed Usland tlie desperate allacks ol tliu most tiiinU tlnil Cverchevved rqnor the walls Ijitheir canvass biitaflei lisdeatii pieUircd himin iiurnliig could not but bo a flivorile with he long whlskysoaUid ho made up ho ai Uimouncj In 1onnsroy lihiiM U IHUIWU u suhjcnt fpeinonal adonitlon to his fai lion He vas thu brassinounti ddiUnlli of the C op 1 He uimk dicskul In an extravagant vuailng a lmg gold brick attjiehid to Ids wat h Ui and put on more alra than an old lahtoned militia brigadier on a training dn II illnlilbut cd engraved protralts ol hlniMll MI the whleli lllH C oppi I In ail ntlnih eis were wont lo hang up in thill bonus at with Iniilul and hntid Il Ihtrp In li Hum In iutouliind Inuldence for the ollli e of Suite that man of Ills unlike that nf sonic Is no acquired and regulated to but was born In II we were worth n million we would trust him as soon us ilny tiinii on earth to liaiiille am we wolililnt lleawakiiatnlglitsa minute In Those who know him best think most of helMagiii tlemati of runs executive iuid Ilinmclnl abil This quality ht hat prOvoti to the sat IctncUon of all who kttoiV especially Iiargo and dl tlie Paeillc for both ol which roiponilloiiH he bus ilnin long and lie M bound to receive the entire Vote of hlsowli county und If he Is not elected Treasurer by Ihii largest lur we lulss our City Mitlimn A National Convention mf Irish llcims is soon to be to meet In 1hll adelnhui next to take measures for tlic thorough of the Irish eleitient In the Kepiibllcnn party prelim the November1 Tlie movement Is most nnd has al ready In n quiet no little i tJOUNTX ii J North Italn Exchange Bought Dawes ANB OFlIUK HOUTH IX ol iihilu nnil oiiiunienhil jminnmf iiLiitjKwti aiul Ultiimtull Wurk LlUlltULll tt glVU r HOUK Attorneys at KBWO utven to all InuturtM rnn ni with the nt Tiylof Atty Cfoiihseldr tt UMHI iiW itiUitinluic mmii but I Mll iitund nr Ill tllukx Real Estate CIVIL ENGINEER JUtl County Surveyor ATTORNEY Kan Iwwlom llnuutr eluUWi Af plliulloiis liir Intiiitn nnil 11 IB iml Ijinil Onloutit WiinlilimtoDHIlIricelvu pu Main HOUSTON Counselorat CSr piueu Jtuoitifl v tX iT i Formerly of Winter atlBoston Fashionable Dress and Clonk AS well nn Ilnklnir utiU tVliny Wink 111 nil Its Alsii gmUii IIIUIIH lOiiin flulta ulit and nimlti hi niniroviM KlIIST J r II ACIfcSM ITII j W kimla of Inn unit Wood Work delimit i short Slii1iunn RENO SOMJ Asbestos 7M11L 1UOOl null tiliiiipcr tlran nut to lulK I i nni Jtiil All lll It stun tililt t llbmiu Jllllaiiil ftbild b COITRAOTOR II ftiniUli nuikt nnil itikw lui tliu tjLiUuii ul buul uiul iluUllug IM la gimlllj An Kiiuriuilvut HACK Nixt dooir to duuidBa Hunbtr Nfljth Main Uulr inning unit In or mi itr JACKMAN A Carpenters riljl IMn iiuollly of w pi iloni ill IKnlont rra X Coilfrucln IlKlina niulu im nil noik olttrlliK It Phyfiletuu Ml Physician CBOW Plasterers Stone I r iillui ItiHu unit A I r Hllui Iti U rJ7 O It J23 City Meat Wen tin harnesses and various i Itriek made monc vMiniliilulH touching evidence of they roll lied tlieinselves of whbky momy to imv for his He built a m igmliunt oilier accontrinuuia for stable or Kvcry WM as pulUhcil anu pliiiblo us oil and rubbing could make pliii buckle and ornaments slione us If Jiistfroin the hanilsofthu niuiiiiluuiur Vclvut lions In and tilled with blanket hung lipon thu whilo and fii wont tho various other articles so for the of u horec jjf tlio with ol various slZejiund for aiiylliin that we Night Hloomlng patent tooth pimple ir pmulrcilt and oilier clap pa ha titips IVcmleiitly found in Ijflttii than lint tinmoftt utlruutlvn feature of thu stable was this wurdrobe of aul which tliiw simply oiliisr t he lap of iiig and had tin i nil a goigwus where he sat In gnat pnuu and urmed wllh four or live gold and Uio homage of Demoorutlc vlsltois from Kkunk Hollow and Then came the fatal hour jidviee lo an ippniunl toak Jomeniy neglected Ibis nsiiful lend iloltnt Inllammu lion was the ivsult He tonri tin Idea that roswj was to unall a fltld loi his lowering gcnhWi and to New oik wlittrp he stared PI nn It was found La Orotol was but iliiaj1 rustle bumpkin in thfl mi tropolls Still ho to hU Jli m glinted hU La iln lost hold on the butter He lost KenllinenUil ami llually Ijewininii uincroyt shous that puiu imun nios itnil sheer Impildime ami not u wife ba mulas solt aiid white as Imnuieu1 Crosse lost hold on late opum cloak ever worn ut Kcllogu uiu1 nut who had made lam were there bv tlie whilellnhis head and wrote sleppv en suits for wurni every day exeivisiiig and varluils pthir articles were seen in great iuid nil of tliecoit Uest who object lo racing pn ac would Ilntl lit nr Olmstead CONTRACTORS and KINO for winUucU fur tin I ol All Wuvk Klumiimilconmu Joli fiffirlntf Mulvlrlulii j 1 i Up food argument iiaxl a visit to NIC ttf tiny of ilnihon now tloppins In The not for Uiu H U Ui biillil a i on 1 Im inuj iri ly of pvunlu itail newipapi cent aud tlulr Inlluinie lilU In1 Ho for the lliUlarii HASTIE FEED and SALE Hi lilt A alUtivU miwd for u but wion grow tins 1 the fluwu te wuuHi LAitmuiiy mu M inv lull or temnlutioM of IqnJ I rOKSIN mi I MuUt tKiiiKht OolU llurrtMl HUU uuuiiUU li tint day or vi ftl 78 Shu nun si Kan w w I UjMUi i K ullQ und tlio kk illlrtpud Of I Jvtu I chaiie hi nil tlur Coarls gCiiio Mh nuntot iniU 10 wllcctlom In nit of J4C ATdBNEY AT i vAixl JVoluvy Fbii iloor nuiilu of tlic gtVLii ull lUliilN of liens III Ilio Unltiil MtntLB Lund ulwl Rciil Ettttito Inanranca and Oolleoting q fiurgeoii Eeuo to or Wo nuii mill I lilklmi ulUui tu UIUK MalMNllLUl ItLftuttt Kiln in Ill 1 tVuMU M l III u c u J M n Jmvu U North Main w ullunl all mill urinuiitl mil trait nil b IU Iminut nu NOTARY MjllH Itf JUSTICE of the PEACE A lakin wll Colluv tlmuplUUIIUl UUl4t All Illlf o w 111 utteiwlW to wltU tlguif fW Boot to Shoe til Mill llata St tt SALE Mirlh Blrto Juwt luiill iwiu iif ruUMiiwbi   

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