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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - August 22, 1872, Hutchinson, Kansas                                COUNTY SEAT OF AUGUST A Weekly lleimlillemi prlnel imlly lo the InliMWlmir Ihe Mono county niul Dm Urcut Arkiuinm lln UnrdwiOf InttMfcl In County KniUM if Slnglo Six Three M Ulilw of live niul An excellent Kiites of nilvertlslnff nuule known un The NKWHodleo In well ploekcil with n flpleu illil mil niul nil Minis of not only nlnlii nil will executed will t Cormmomleticc hum nil purls of the County mill linvlug for Its ohlecl lo IheKreiit nilvnnliiKiB olonr Inimemnte Heellon in H proper light before people Tile InlillnherH will pnnuplly niul frankly nil letters of Incpiiry on the purl tleitlrlng to In thin or will refer IninilrerB lo iinrtiiH ivho will uurilmlly Jar fllflh theilenlieil Aililrcfls alt ooinmnnicntlona to IEIUIV k JMltorft nntl 22 A G1IEAT UIIAW1IACK TO NEW COUJf A spirit of amity should always War whether In thu Hold or otherwise Is ill ways a losing anil particularly Is Oils case where people are in a ploneei For then they have so milch to that they neither have time or with whloH to engage In Btrlfo or and In Kansas moot noUi they let solttahness niul prejudice fro queutly draw tliem into a sUitc of conlh sion and Tills oftcnest arises on n question county When our nov counties lire nsuiilly several lllllo For awhlleall works Everyone strives to do his duty In the pro per thatis by plowing up the and working to induce emigrants to come Hut soon a ques tion us to county site springs and every little village hi thecounty scums to aspire for being the They all go to work and generally In the most unprincipled in order tose eiire the honor and Every tiling else Is forgotten In tlio Shysters have a tine wheedling the as Many sober citizens and the better class of emigrants avoid the strife by going Election after elec tion is lawsuits take counties lire thrown into heir principle ol Is arid many evil agencies A bad mime is gotten for he comity and and perhaps years pass before the evil effects are gotten Tills should not botho caso if the INwnlii would exercise a fair candid judge the juestion of county site could in nine eases out often cosily say that is cosily out ol several which is the eligible for county seat when people arc not blind cd by or Hindi liyiHicrlticnl by u sordid Tills latter is usually the bottom of such It should be crushed and kept crushed for it is f trait however common In the Its exercise always operates injuri good cannot come of Fortunately for lieno county no question am riixi In her Huteliinson is now the county anil always will This is conceded by and we may con gratulate ourselves that such Is the for by this fact one very perplexing ques as shown by strife now going on In Itutlcrcoiuily and that which lately took place in Jlurvcyli Emigrants may come Jn witlioutcxpeetliijj to have to light like and for two or llircu every few months by miser able snysiors though prelondlngly loyal in order to settle a county seat Instead wo oiler peace and s v THE IIKItll There is considerable discussion just now about the herd Not only many Individuals hi inlddleand soulliern but even some newspapers take the ground that the law should lie They tuutif it vyus repealed vast mini bere of Texas cattle woiild lie wintered In and thus the people would have moce money than Tills is about ucfyspupoir urgnnioht ugalnst thu Ijiw thU we liuve Hut we hear many Individuals insist against up on the ground that it is and it suppresses the prosperity of stock the Herd tow is u very good law In its and like many other laws based simply upon may ho ineonvuiiient and where it ap plies unsuitable No one fora ftiomcnt would Unit there many portions of where the herd liiwshoulrt not and It may be and for aught we know that herd law even at some points where it Bhonia lint there Is one tiling we do that Ui that law is it God tlio Arkunwis rind will he or some If this valley was heavily Umbered this would not bo the if every man Unit moved Into the was rich enough tills would not bo the neitherwill this law be regarded un a when the country becomes thickly and flookti anilhmuj beqaine It Is u This Is because wo iiavo but little timber ill Uie and intently funnels have to buy lumber to build Lumber Is midmost jurmera unct just coming into the country mid breaking the new cannot aflbrd to buy U for cueing ttuli and will not be to attbra U for quite u Ujey ftujflit to Uo protected by tlio herd luw mid hiivo n ehaiico to grow willed CUD bii easily done mid If wo hut upt Ow wareujy any com WQiUit be Heuo for II la pimply preposterous to talk about the farmers watching their fields night and day to keep stock yet not able an a to buy such Is the course they would have to follow were it not for tin herd As it Is they plow and plant with lid earn about liiolftjinrc upon their in fteiKiconnty between llvoantl six tKoltsAhdriercsnf land have been broken up and most of It Had there been no herd possible not one third as much would have been plowed Without I ho herd law not only would be agricultural operations but not Hear ns many mailers would eome Ibr many attracted simply by the exist ence of the herd As before indicated when the country becomes thickly and stock of all kinds then we will abolish the herd As this necessi ty may present itself at an early we advise idl to get ready for by planting and carettdly cultivating Let every farmer In Ucno county attend to the matter of In this fall for If yon do a day may come when you will complain of roguish stock with no one to blame but Soon the proper season for hunting Uuf falo will Just now the weather Is so hot that the meat consciiuivtly it Is a wanton waste to kill No doubt but that every man hi llutchlnsou contem plates n glorious time to bo hud shooting buffalo down on Uie Ninncscah this many from the cities of northeast ern Kansas will come to go in the We can recommend llutchiusou as one of the best oullHiiijr points in tlio Arkansas It Is very by means of the Atehison Topeka and Santa le Hail lias excellent livery and experienced Soon the river will be bridged so that buffalo land can be reached with but trou This bullaio land Is only about 15 miles from the city in a southwest direc u little village on the Is located at the edge of the hunting and furnishes an cxcel eellent place at which to There parties may at all times be found who know exactly where thebiilliilo and under whose directions even tyros may laud themselves with Jerked liuliido is excellent food and if our are shrewd they will lay in a large supply for winter use in doing this they should avoid wanton or wasteful destruc tion of the Tlie Iownll Clement Powellwriting from Utah to the Chicago TrUiiuie says Fourteen hundred miles of tortuous and Inaccessible rivers have been mapped by Ihe civil A continu ous sketch of the lell wall of the Colorado and Green rivers lias been made by Dellou His portfolio is also full of miscel laneous Nearly one thousand it Mccoscopo views have been Jinny can never be duplicated Vnost are of scenery as grand as the Vose as wonderful as Ihe and low known than An accurate snr vev will soon completed of tho Aalley Colorado and The three nillcd liom Utah and will forme the basis of fiituro connlv and State sur The of time between this point and Chicago Is 131 Tlie minerals of the country traversed have been and specimens Tlie most important are cupper and tjfild Isvery mid placer digglns Imve also been ibe report of tho geological corps will bo of great inter Much niiWifplinalion will be and similes infitmctniid geology complet fossils of Juivo been found and shipped In large We Iind evidences of large fresh remains of cnrlons forests turned SO feet und two or three tot In circumfer arc scattered ovw1 drifted over Hie one of the bro ken columns nf llm plan Us of Ulah have been gathered and Thompson has over They will appear In late editions of standard works of Jriijor Powell has given especial attention to Indian lie has made vocabularies of the Uto learned their religions rites and Iribo lie speaks thegibberisli of tim various and probably is the must TaHifKdlltrlnf Ille Itntrhliuon Ham While lit Fort Mohavc on the Cololiido Hlverlu southern In the year a thrilling adventure hapiiened to tmusuid even hi that wild At that nnd many stories were rife ofgllltorlng inlnesof gold mid stiver on the upper In deed many seemed to that Itll wore to follow tho river to Its of precious ore could be gathered simply by scooping them IVom the bed of Lust of gold will men any wild beasts anil wild be dared iu pursuit ofPact ollau particularly In western United where the men are of u bolder and more daring caste perhaps than any where The stories al Jlohave hail their ef and about six months be fore my a parly of live young men concluded to seek their whatever might be the on the upper Colora So Investing in a stock of and a couple of together with rilles and they set out with visions of wealth glittering before their on their perilous Few expected to see them again as the distance swallowed them from Nor were they again heard of until in the following thrilling manlier A few days alter my arrival myself ami a induced by the ce lestial beauty of the and half tropical concluded we would take a stroll upon tho banks of the wild Vo wandered above the Fort several listening to the rippling wa ters as they kissed tlie and tlie as it sighed among the angular and through the mnsqnit hush on whose thousand branches eternal Sum mers dwelt in a garb of The setting sun spread a mantle of glorious light upon Hie whoso tall peaks seemed to pierce Uie Suddenly our attention was drawn from contemplating of natures glorious by soiling some dark ob ject floating in the swift rolling It seemed to have some animation about and with curiosities wo followed It with our eyes until It disappeared in the shadow of n high Proceeding rapidly down the river In we came upon an old canoe with oars Intact lying upon the abandoned probably by some llshlng parly of Quickly pushing it into the we rapidly glided down tlie and soon overhaul ed the object of our It proved to be a large pine and yon may imag ine our horror when wo found upon it the lacerated torn of a live Ills hair was not witli ago but in tense When we got near ho at tempted to raise but with a low groan lost Ids hold on the log and rolled into Intensely excited we drew him and carried him to the whore one remained with his insensible until tlie other to the Fort for Soon an ambulance came with at and tho post We con veyed the wretched man to tho Fort where he was at once its one ol the who six months had gone up ScTIVclrtif Tho man had snltcrod and It was several days before be was able to give of his awful journey into the He at length did so and In thisiu Perhaps there are somo hero who re member tho eventful morning when I and live brave who alas are no this point for the upper A f ler many days of dilllcnlt travel among narrow valleysand lofty Mountains we at lengl h passed an awlhl canyon known us tho Black Canyon and one of the most stupen dous gulfs on tho through which rims tlio and concluded to hlvouiick in order fo We built of llm timber around a coinforla ble both us a protection against and to as a fort in ease we were found out by For months Ihe weary days dragged we seeing no human beings besides also found no But at length a chmige Of the IndiiHiry ami skill of American In from the Jlouml Jtuildcrsaud lo Ihe Tries and are being collect ed in complete sets as possible also blank and robes of rabbit and wild cat ibo arrows alone are suggestive of tlie and prowess of the warrlori ThcPau Utobows havii sinew The Xiiviijo arrows have Iron With one of these arrows they can rlionl and through at Illly lllliuluuil The diamonds mid other precious Iu San Fran UK wu lay ujiun tlm lllllllK dark lowering the northern I heirevolutions a strange melancholy over we all wished wo were back with our friends and loved Tho desnliitoucKs of our situation preach and the mournful of dinlanl AI length night fell upon and tho storm came with terrible From Hie rcccisos liltlo cabin wo lis tened awe struck toils fearlnl At length a lull and Hie moon peeped between Ihe storm My now coating such Iu San fell but I could AMmM lillc by a peered co and writing lo through a when oh horrors I saw Inqulrijs us to ho bcstionui llm dusty forms of several human beings o reach ihv So nrneli we skulking a short distance They seem inow to ho As to the diamond W Ihev are wo have no knowledge jt1 Ol ionrsu I knew of their extent or or bow much j Just as they seemed ready lo advance upon the the storm broke out and they doubtless to seek lenqwrary shel they amount Tim probalile how Is ill tliiMXUvniu eorner nf Arlxona diiubl not tar from tlmnilns of iimlcnl eitles Viiuid in that These cities may This our only thu mvebeen Spimlsli built for rising my whom I m loinl HOIII whiuh to reach them is south over tho Denver and liio hunUoroad to Putblo thun tho ttenllliily left the hut anil ile to tlio river milrjily win our only hope by th river so wu unmouroil ul Htlu rail we had w uiuuin Lilt bangrodoClirlutuluisslnto IlioUlodiiiumt and Ibeiico southwest throngh Anlmax CUy iu Uio diamond MI cull been using In place of a out tip I IM Hip Wo intended laiiIto abovo Uiu for we would huvo tlio mom plenty Yli4tuvtutljU funt itay lii li worthy of But It i that If UIOHO alleged discoveries am In tho vicinity this cily t the nearest pplut to and tho best Jom Which to Hit a liundiinl UIIIM ruttiur than IU ttar thu ilurkneiis Ui colvcil iinj ens wo wiru nyuru wo WDIII liuuual by mighty Nyallsof Uoniu ou by UU hresWUblu Horror selzud Tltv luiifUty tlio rouritig huU us beyond IIin roach of liiininn Down down wenll Imrk ftruck a TiOiid shrieks gonndiit nbovo the ronr of the as our emit wilt to What bcenuu of my com rades thn Great Oort of nature only AR for myself I seized upon a Inrjrn lot llonting and thouprh and torn almost to elhij Ing to It It brought me throiiKh the hnrrlblo At length I reached by almost inlraculons accident tho more placid waters Dav af ter doomed to me almost nn iind Ilipu only did Hie Ilivt ray of hope cross my dying on I the lapse of time I knmv nor the scenes 1 t can tell not until rescued mid restored by yon my May heaven have mercy on my last com and forgive my wandering feet that should have lead mo into such horrors I have Tho recital of the singularly preserved man thrilled every one lis moral I shall never and for many days the impression this mans advontnrowiis plain ly pcrceptiblo upon tho wild akventnrons splrlls of This the first and only man who ever passed through IJIaek Canyon of the I will conclude by saying that tlio verily of the abovo can ho established by the testimony of many besides BIIIINT Uriel Memoir at tinfirent David the renowned traveler and explorer of the wilds of Cen may be aptly quoted as an ex ample of what may achieved by self denial and steady They who know young David who foiled early and late as plccer In a cot ton mill in tlie neighborhood of and whose father was the proprietor of a little grocers could never Imagine that they f honld one day see rank among llm few great ones lift them selves high among common men not that Davids father was a common according to bis be bad too honest a conscience to become rich which one may fairly assume to lead to the absence of adul teration from tlio good mans At a very early age he displayed a groat taste for work on science and mid prepared In such good earnest to mas ter the grand old Latin langnagivthat by the lime lie had completed Ids sixteenth year was tolerablv well acquainted with Virgil and Latin only all Ids spare hours devoted to roadhurbut even at work lie would place Ids book on Uie spinning and catch a sontonco every now mid then In the course of his When he was nlne teen hn was promoted U a cotton and with the IVnit of this laborious but paid be attended Jroek and medical and In winters About this lime a missionary life occurred to a bones wore llxed on obtain ing n good medical education and so to qualify himself as a candltale for mission ary enterprise is well In IS57 he published Ids Missonary Travels in AlVI a wo1 k ivblcb was liailed with univer sal satisfaction as well for literary merit us for its Intense Interest mid abundance of rare and valuable We cannot pay him a grealer compliment than to say Mint this part of his life is every way worthy of the man of such All the es sential finalities of a great traveler he seems to pottws nil in domitable unit a Inrga share of self which must be an In valuablc Ingredient In the composition 01 a sojonrner among the 4 On the 1st of Living alter a private Interview with Queen once more set nn his Christian amply provided by the Kng llsh government with a valuable cargo and every possible He was iihsent elirhl and on bis return lo Jiine proceeded to publish his nar rative o I an expedition lotlieXamhozlnnd Its giving Ihn result of his long sojourn hi purls hitherto lie set out again in and for a time intelligence more or less Then all tidings anil al last report reached the coast that he had been mur dered by the Oilier how lead to hope Mini lie was still and though governments ami so cieties expressed regret and il was left to Ihe energy and gciicmmy of an American thu lute Llordon of York to lit out an led by thai wan It penelraled in the interior amid great and was metby Uv whom it once more within he pale of Ull nail One ov the hardest men in the world lew collekl a detov the onu who al wnss willing Ui pay but never Trew liberty konnlxtii In makm good laws and Ilieu obeying I suppose we never shall kuo In this life how big a phooi cab be hckmiKc lie not allowed lew bav all wants and gra When I diskovcr thatall vanity and envy hav left Ibis then i ain uhig lew hunt Ibr a Yung Imn lew listen dont mean at a There U plenty of happiness In this life If wu only knn It and one way lew get il when we hav got I tin old rciiniatU fen thank heaven thai it aint the old are blamed Ibr sticking their Into tilings but II the only way a dog tracks out The man who livo In Idleness tnr must either be too pure or loo to commit eimy Ioetlri a common tew all I lie Sum hav il quite tint most have il dreadful liikredulity the wisdom ov u ohool it only I he wise man who Kan allord to be Prejudice a lions plant which very lew whlier If yon lake It on U lours amnugBt The devil holds poor but he plays them mighty What the next llilng to lleingir Jetting lietchwl nt 1 am so phully aware ov Uie uncertainly liuil if a mail whom I had never MCII nor liearil ov should KII me fora ildit ov oiio hundred and I umdut komponuil with him for I would pay the whole rather thud defend the 1 liuv noticed illllereiicu delwivuiMO who arenot az big mi Juiy uullwra hi writuig noglckt their Uie full llerninn limi fur StreiiKllirnlnif Uie Mrnn tiiMirg f From ti of leneiiil wllh serious urged upon Louis Napoleon the necessity of Inrta around tills city but then uie IDnipeifir and his men of war were so thorongldv convinced of the Slilltary Iromcnatlo tfi llerllu character of tlie war projected by that they looked upon the erection of forts around Strasbourg as a foolish work of snpcrojva The Herman Uovernment was of a ditlerent llehlJlarshal Moltko was charged year with tho task nf devising means to render Stras bourg its unassailable as J think I have pretty good authority for asserting that he llxVd upon sixteen dillercut points around the clly tor the erection of a scries of detached forts These points are all of them Hltliated some live or six miles from tlie besides the in valuable advantage of shielding Stras bourg in uitnro from the homirsotauotlier will also permit the widen ing of the present girdle by about two English miles all and will then af ford ample room foraverv considerable ex tension of the With its Immense natural advantages of tlie old Ar or city on the may lie expected soon to and even tre Its present Of the sixteen torts live only been taken in towit Jfol and Wol It Is In tin first to push the present girdle on tlie north of tlie clly about two Kuglish tulles and up to The elmnal which connects tlie 111 with the A tort Is to be construct ed and a new to facilitate thn conveyance of men and material over On the eastern front an extensive fortified camp is to be capable of ac commodating an army of The live forls now taken in hand will se cure also the connection between their camp and tlie city of The eartnworksof these live forts aresulllcient ly advanced now to allow the masoury work to being tlie anni versary of FieldMarshal Moltkes llnal de cision on the projected bad been originally lixed for ceremony ol laying the toiinilatioustoue of the works ill the SnlVchveicrslieim Kor some reason or knows only to the high est military authorities this ceremony has been postponed until to The tort ol situated about live English miles from the now will command the road to Lanter onrgontlie and the line lo Paris on tlie also two new peojectcd the one to connect the fort among the the other to con Ihem with the About 2 English miles from Ituichstettun lies the fort ol partly on the road to Weis partly on railway to A yards southeast of Snflelwcicrs belni lies the fort of Lower on the road fiinn Strasbourg to llnawcilcr wlillc the forls of tipper llansbcrgcn and command the Saverne canal and Paris roads and the Uciischo Even these live forts will snlllce to ren der Strasbourg very at least on the north from which the most and dostrutive as saults wore directed against tlie clly in Au gustami All the new the five already in course of erec as well as the other eleven lire con structed in tlie star Dreitiacli is with a stronglylortillcd bridge across A railway line over iYciburg to Uhnand will secure the free con nection and coimunnicalion of the fortress with TrausKlienisli line more espec ially Is alreadv as strong now as lo he all but the Germans are Indefatigably at work there to make a doubly Wllh and thus almost Kbfolntely secnr ed against the remotest chance otl a sue eessfnl atlack upon and alibiding ampin shelter to some or it will soon be well nigh out of the range of possibilities that Franco should madly rush into the renewal of the war for HID recovery of her lost How They ill Illil of riK III Sonic time since Dixie Thomson took ns out in ids buggy to an outside lot on which the souirrcls had squatted anil taken up their and were in high glee over their lie had with him a largo man to which lie bad attached about a yard of gutlapcrcha On reaching a squirrel where a colony hud evidently he set his machine ihe em ol he hose into one of the numerous squirrel throw some cobs and sulphur in to the filrilcl a set HIM shavings on caught hold of the bel and in a moment he sight and smell suggested another ami brimstone re for Ihe earlh all around began to I up pulls of yellow and infernal look ing wherever a squirrel had run Ids underground The preeaiillon had been iaken to cover all the holes with earth bctorc the smoke was forced Into the In one instance lite smoke rush ed out of a hole over thirty feet distant from the main entrance ofthe U takes about live minutes iosmolliera whole colony of thesetroublesome and they never show any blgns of life the holes remaining closed and Tho work olexlermlnallon Is aud is aceonijillslied al a trilling A mul titude nlsiniirrclri can thus he destroyed by one man in a single In Thomson lias conferred a favor upon the wholeSlale by devising tills most certain and simple method of dcMroying the worst with which fanners have lie has not patented his valuable and il Is free lo any farmer who wihex Ui use Tlie cost of is ineon while Us work Is olmple and cer tain as Simla lliirbarit The Wiislioi Indians the lltjMtilwtiH of July lik their red and inveterate and nnilerntantl Ih science ol and seven UN about as well as Hie Every da the Waxlioeii may he seen In Truckc squalled around In gronps on the groiini InUiitly playing some of the above game A lew days ago a couple of young men g lii here who pride llicmxclvcn on knowin isomcLhlng about conchidid It woiil IHI eay lor them Ui UashoiK al thai the untutored Wllh as a they were ujiilldenl could break llubank of llm and ac cordingly they tho ImllaiUi uuik luij no being apparenlly pleiwifl with tlio condeofeiwUm dhown them by the superior IlUiok ubota leu min us for llu Indians to capture the up by the two young wnlU Tlm laller were M miiwh avtoiiUheU ut Iho ro Biiltiw UUI wan ut Bret llnw I Itrennie My llull I married a widow who bad a groivu np Sly father visited our house very and fell In love wllh my step and married So my father became my and my step daughter my became she was my fathers Some time allerwiirds my wife hail asou Was my fathers broth erinlaw and my for he was brother of my My fathers my also a son he of my and at the same limes my for he was the son of my Sly wjfe was my grand I was my wifes husband and grandchild nt the niiim time and in the husband of a grandmother bin I was my own grandfath Bit RENO COUNTY if 1 North Main Exchange Bought and IIE1WIW A A IVI I I ivi I M 3 O T El WHOLESALE Dawes PAINTEKS AND OFFICK SOUTH AUj ktnilrt nf plnln anil ornilinenlill pinnhni done with tillil WolK Formerly of Winter 18 IllKIAIIKD TO l0 AM Pnaliionablo Dress and Cloak As well Aliichlue Piukhiuaiul Kiinoy In all Hit Ainu jUMitlv meiix plain miiu unt and maile in upiirnveil IIUST HIM H Ii A 1C S M I T If AND Wagon All kimlnaf Jron ninl Wuoil Work done Shernltlil j Itf RENO AUIONT IHOOC niul eheiiper Mum J Wnrnnileil not to leak tinone An in iUnona Tesletl hy twen ty CONTRACTOR HiitchliiKfliit Ilttiio inuku Kriliinnds anil lake Ibr lllii tTtTliiill Jl bUHl ami ilwrllhiK Hullrtinition iw to Jiuillty ui MACK BARBER HAIRDRESSER Ntxt door to Ktlwanltjtf LunibiT North Main Uiilruutliiitf unU drisblng tlmif in Die ul 1U JACKMAN 4 darpenters rpll I heat iiualily of Wttlkiloue at Ille rea nonulile anil llgiuyii made tin all wuik ill CBOW Plasterers Stone H iiloii A wiirk iiiliiiittil to tint ditirprf lit tt U T O II 13 1 AMI IllillIIOilDII City Muni Ilile Kulilll HI Olmstcad CONTRACTORS and 1 and Coinew 1ui nil hut they iiiiinlly Ilielr arid will not Uiu WitNliM ul U U Uwy dont uu All Work maile mi uny jolt anil liberul in II u lor lie lit 4l Hum tlASTlE FEED and SALE ft ailUKH unit mill aMywiefaniiKUpiiiiu IM un low MA livf lu vl I i IIOUK Attorneys at RENO SIlXIANallenllou to nil eon ni etetl with Tjinil at Taylor Atty Counselor at HUTCH lilaelliv in Kelio anil utiilll Alsiiliny uiul Itenl iilale on attenil lo the In llieks llmg Real Estate CIVIL ENGINEER AND County lir ATTORNEY AT anil nouutr cluing Ali plieatloiiA for 1atentfl anil luipiilefm the Jenernl Lunil lit wllUvceivu on Jtnln near IntVnnl HOUSTON Counselor at Ollltie in the Vrlntiliit ATTY At AT TOWN EY AT Attorney at COTTOffWOOD timiiu Co n ut hi nil fluCuurfH of thu Dth Dirttrlct unil utluntl to culke lions iu ull f WI ATTORNEY AT LAW AllcL Vint ilnoiBonlli ol tlie MAIN iilleiitlon Klven to till klnila of blHl Mm In Ilii Unlteil Htalei mil STEKLi Real Estate Insnranco and Oolleoting 1 S fc filurgeon Eono aiieiillon Klven to of Wo men niul Olllce in Klieku lntK Main Uelers U ilwlii Physician 1111 Physician 43 Nurlll Malll iillenil all ealU ami Irval nil eiiherl liy the lllledl Iniliroveil NOTARY Illank IllulH Itf JUSTICE of the PEACE laken anil Collee llons All Ulalterg eit in hm will IKulleiKleil lo with llf of the KANSAS lAKKH lililirlilge MCCARTHY w o o V 7 Swiitiuml OriuummluL nr ri lUniD with iiittloina iiiul JAXBS Boot Shoe Kunt HUU o NoHli liulil JEI dc LIVER SALU Nurlli I trilnlilii tVuwotfv Igull Ejltif fjkLri M   

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