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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - September 19, 1872, Hutchinson, Kansas                                it I COtttfTY SEAT OF SEPTEMBER V X Republican dcvotwllirlirel nallv to Ihe Interests of tbe jieopleotlllitcmnflon Seno coonfp and the Uitat Arkansas V me garden of SftcHBtlon Single 12 pel Three 5 of llvi and An excellent advertising Hales advertising ifladc known on The offlce Is wetl stocked with a splen tiA UfeblM and all kinds of iiot Wit will be oxcuntctl will n Toiwka Cortespondente solicited from ail parts of thl tlw great advantages of our IrtunoilTate t section inVproper light before tho people ntirond of people The Piibtuhon will promptly and frankly an swer all letters of Inquiry on Hie part or peopli dolrlnk to locate In this or will refer such Inqolrers lo partlos who will cordially nir Meh the desired all communications to PEHRV tc and WIIEA1Y The time has utmost arrived for sowing It la to be hoped our dinners lire how getting We suggest to them that they get the very beat and that they put their ground in fine This Is the only rule that insures It In the rule that Is followed by the farnl In the great wheat States northeast of Did they not observe It their wheat cTobs would be customary for farmers in a new to in this They seeni to trust too much to the natural con dition attd fertility of the quently they are often illscounurcd by re sults directly attributable to their own though perhaps they wont admit and place Hie blame upon the noil and wnnt our wheat crop to be a grand We see no reason why it If the farmers do thuir Our soil Is rich nnd naturally It has produced everything tried thus In profusioiii Our climate is cer tainly excellent lor loca ted In the lower part of the givnt wheat growing belt of the United In such are our that If our farmers will get good and sow it In ground deeply plowed we have no doubt they will congratulate themselves at the tcsiilt next It is tlieir duty to for the plan of raising everything VWetlfni at that can with any gree of success be is sanelioncd by the broadest principle of This plan IB essential to the success ol any pcc fhls year we have sent thousands of dollars east for thepurpose of huylujr If we could have kept that money at home would wo not have been better Of oonrec we and it is to prevent a re VjurrcnCW next year we insist lipou fanners to sow They will save a great deal of money by and will en able every one else to do for we nil purchase from the and in doing so pay large margins lo middlemen and heavy freight blllsi besides the prime We can stop and it Is our duty to do Let us become selfsupporting In this matter next We can do nnd we Earnestly urge because we learn that BOinc of our farmers are not going to sow because they have never seen the crop tested In this soil and This la a weakkneed and iiiifariner like course to We say to get rid of jpur cowardice and get your plows tear tho ground up Inches sow a good qual ity of and stop the Importation of How we are now making from Topeka and other AH a further inducement well mention that we are promised a mill at thin and we have every reason to believe that It will be that long before the next wheat crop Let support this mill wilh home grown Let us show that Itcno county not only produces Iind Indian all kinds of but that Is also a great wheat Let us make a good start In this THE SAMJ The Sand Hills were purtlcnlarly de wiibe in the initial number of thu M range of hills from two to three miles wide and of considerable di viding the valleys of the big and little Ar kansas fheyaro the most promi nent landmarks of our prairie yet such Is the gentleness of their shape that a buggy may be driven anywhere and they may be cultivated Wlhtout any Patches of timber occur here and and tho ex plorer la frequently surprised at small Ukeg of beautiful sweet and where lakes are the crystal treasure may be found by boring a few The grass that grows among these hills is of the luxuriant and nutritious It Is suggested by old Kansliuia that if Urea CMI be kept out of thu hills this they will furnish magullloent winter paaturago all the morn valuable from the protecting hillsides and Prom the above description It iiuy bo In fcifud that the Band Hills are not resourcti On the contrary they richly abound In have a brilliant future bu fore Notwithstanding the sneers of the cynical they are being settled and tlioio who have located among them ttuw far have no reason to regret their Their crops arc line and their health Luxuriant fields of com aiiow that the fertility of thu Simil not of a moan In among und It to bo believed tliat they will produce wbxmt crops an line almost iu adjacent rich for their fluU producing t there can be no Their wild are convincing to any All summer our city market was supplied with plums In pfomsiori and of the llnest The sumo may be said of From these as well us we huvc good reason to boHcrc that tho Sand HUls wllLofle day tie famous for their tfhetr loca tlon Is splendid for On all sides they are surrounded by magnificent valleys ol great that will sooner of later bo crowded with railroads and teeming Thin will take place soon enough for fruit growers of the Sand Thus tliey willhave a con venient and reliable ttiarket for everything thcyraisc It may be urged that the range Is too extensive for orchards This may be so for awhile but cant stock raising and farming be joined with fruit growing it hns been shown thai these hills are good for agriculture and stock therefore he who settles among them to make fruit growing a prominent specialty may readily support his family by a little attention to agriculture and stock Taking the resources of the Sand Hills Into consider and their location In the midst of mugnltlccnt we believe they have a brilliant future before thiittheday Is not far distant when they will bo dotted oVer with and their green slopes covered with extensive orchards and gar and where lllese are will be droves of cuttle or waving fields of com and EMIO From all Indications emigration to tvan sos will be heavy this There are many thousands In lie east who long for homes of their Large numbers of these persons will come west this fall in search of Tile of thein will llnd their way to for Kansas Is more famous In the east than any other western State or When they reach Kansas they will naturallycome to thu Southwestern This portion if the State furnishes Inducement supe rior to any Lands can be hoine preempted or bought Our climate is and all other productions grow The country is growing rap society la becoming line in the idvantages of both old Hiul new countries ire extraordinarily Tills is the country for those seeking and farm fruit growers and stock misers are most cordially Invited to There Is room in Southwestern Kansas for hund reds of Let them come and help us to build up preeminently our por tion of the imperial LAURA This Josie Manslield of tiie Paclllc Slope vlio seduced and killed Judge Crittcndon on her second triaU She may congralir ate herself upon a new as the verdict n the former murder in thu lirst de It is thought Unit the decision tills line will not be so severe and that she vlll be let oilwith a few years Imprison Jtisvury dllUcult during this age o hang a pretty womani whatever may be the case made out against Fair s a good looking and doubtless the shcrift ofSiui Francisco was glad to get rid of the responsibility of breaking her wautiful THU MilU Ucynplds of the 1anoia Sun made one of his happiest hits when he penned lie little article on the Cherokeo Strip iiibllshcd two three weeks It was cop ed into almost every paper In tho julh daily ami It contained simple valuable and short as It brclily how cureAil an editor ihonld be in selecting his It is arlly by aptness In this respect that Hey tolds has acquired the appellation of Great Writlst No newspaper man can be or impressive unless he pos iesses this qualification Lu as u Druwer of Wichita 1 Corrctiiiotuieiicc Now Vurk J If a person wishes to gain a clear sight nto Indian let him watch the sane of rations at this tent for an hour or iind these sous of thu forest and thu plain are abundantly provided for at their ru pccllve where weekly rations are served out In KM as they have hown the good will to attend the council ind use their iiillucnce In behalf ot lie Assisumt Superintendent lias ordered rations iliatributed to them on thu ground is a reward for their good This inwouted harvest the unsophisticated red nun devotes Ills native talents to make tho His squaw draws rations In the and he repeats the operation at He Is constantly wanting muhig and other lot that these articles are ol any uic to jut because he cannot resist Hie opportuni ty to dead At every meal our bible s swarmed with voracious whosu itsto for canned fruits and other delleueies iiiuiot be I was uniiMcd with an exhibition of na ive enterprise which mat my eye omi uviii A number of just nado a demand for Sugar and were dealt oilt to them with great Ibunilltvi and u bag of containing ilnetyclglit was given to the chief or distribution among The jag remained outside tho whom the uomtnlssiiry clerk had put for an hour or and at lust several Comanchu warriors tune over U blmly tliu They to our cooks to curry the hug to heir but them individu als flatly A wniaw eame up und they directed her to carry it She es sayed to raise it to her hut found it too After slruggllng with her burden for a whller two or three painted warriors plavuil H uii her and the poor degraded creature itttiggerud off with her while them gay remain ed behind to watdi thvlv chances ut Uu white captuine A Trip to Wichita nnd Bicki To Hit Edlldfl tin llalMntan somewhat as the Arab Is said to ahd at the uiceamn hour of three In the wu are bound for or as WjclilUt people tiie loveliest Village of lie We fdi one willaccept tills opinion out of com fordid we1 We would lie far from bringing It ill comparison with and further from calling It by that endearing The stars begin to fadeaway and the gray dawn denotes the hajhlnger of cars for the conductorshoiits hoarsely at us and closes the door with before we have time to bid him good even if we wanted to do so ever 80 We wait an hour at Newton for the train to such an hour Too early lof bo late for too anx ious to be moving to sit down and and nothing to walk around and knowing tbe while that we must ride with a load of freight when we do places us In aii undesirable slate of We how sooii get well burover fastidiousness about riding In a freight and glad to ride any At last we arc and take revenge by Ignoring the Jllcusant scene of the pretty valley down which we hardly opening our eyes until Wich ita stands right before Wichita has grown rapidly within Uic last Tho people claim two thousand Perhaps some of the floating population will float away that have floated when the railroad goes We realize In traveling and belnir In other the en viable condition ol our people in having so much confidence In our and in doing siich a profitable business as ttiey lire doliig at the present It Is Un pleasant when the faces of business men of u town suggest to you the thought of tears under orange flower or jokes In mourning Not till the bell rings homeward bound and the train moves away from the fast lessening city of up the valley are wo prepared to enjoy the Five oclock and thirtyfive minutes the sun is already obliged to peep through the foliage of the tull cottonwoods that stand along the banks of the Arkansas like a regiment of generals drawn up in line of Each second tbe moving train gathers speed until we bound along at the rate of twentyfive miles an hour at least tiie conductor said and who ever knew u railroad man to tell aught but the strict est truth Let him that is without that sin first Riding at this rate over new a soon led Us to think of the superior quality of this K do not say that it was an inclina tion to philosophize that induced this train of for the oldest man on earth knows that locomotives never leave the track and wander awuy In the grass when they are running Yet strikes the comer more favorably than this fact of superiority which we That a company of capitalists should build a lirstclass road through a country totally showing by this that they were building the road to is the strongest kind of an argument of its per fect confidence In Ihe tt is as sug gestive as the fact that the old time rest lentcrs of menfrom the eastern portion of the who have made farms arc renting and selling to come to the Arkansas The only town between Wichita and Newton is which stands almost hidden by Hie grass growing und looks us if it hud contracted a rheumatism by being out too much in the Every week the number of white covered wagons increases on the roads that lead the Arkansas valley and weekly scores of new farm houses dot the prairie hi all direc It is a notlcable fuct Unit our set tlers urc biillding much better houses than the farmers of a country usually und it is because the worthless nuUve lum ber of the statu Is not used ut A iol lar invested in walnut nr cottonwood lum ber for building purposes it u dollar al most thrown We change cars once and at tukc tlio mail train for more Unit Hiitehin son is on no branch road obliging us to under go the Inconvenience of changing ears every time we leavehome und to miike u part of our trip on a freight The merchants of Newton use doing which proves tlio truth of the old that wliitu the lump holds out lo burn Ludles may be seen walking the streets there and children gather in playful groups on the Newton is thirtyone miles from Hhutcli and will make u flourishing city In the course of Huw To Tho strongest acid should bo placed in a and covered with the siiinu quantify of strong red cod liver oil shake the bottle thoroughly until a colored loam appeals If such foam does not a small quantity of lowdcral lime should lie wilh u lit tle Iour thu u dielior other convenient and placed di rectly under the open HH it Is from Unit quarter the mosquito In my limnhlu lliu ellcct should be ex lilaincil in this manner The moment thu iniisijiilUi it loses thu scent of blood us the combined pdor of tho oil and acid U Few fashions have been so capricious as those connected with the hair of mens and If wo look back for several ages shall tlnd that the custom of shaving has continually been and as fre qtfently Alexander the Great before an commanded Por trfenln to have all his soldiers and gave us his reason that a long beard af fords a handle for the We sup pose that the old Normans held the same view of tlio convenience of a for they shaved closdaml deceived their ene mlcsi Harolds spies reported that Wil liam the Conquerors army were composed not of soldiers but of After the when the NoHrlaha set tled In to wear beards In order to make a distinction between orders wore given that the English should If we look at the protralts of our We shall find that each of them adopted a special fashion of his Henry wore a beard trimmed and Richard Cccur de a short Henry but his son Edward wore A curled There Is a touching story of Edward In his which Illus trates one subject When he was at Car Multruvcrs ordered the King to be shaved with dirty cold at which he burst into tears and at Is warm water on my whether you will or Edward the wore a noble but Richard the Seconds was Dur ing the fourteenth centuryi close shaving became prevalent with young and the old men wore forked us Chaucer describes the merchants A merchant was there with a forked Henry Wren but Henry and Eawnrd all Henry nhuved un til he heard that Francis of wore a and then allowed his to Francis did not approve of all his subjects wearing natures covering for the and he therefore obtained from the Pope a brief by which all the through Franco were compelled to shave or pay a large Bishops and richly bcnenced clergy paid the but the poor priests were forced to comply with the qiiirements of the Some men huve been so proud of their beards that they have taken their loss greatlly at Du son of the celebrated Chancellor possed of ft very flue Ho distinguished himself at the Council of and was after appointed to the Bishopric of On Easter Sunday he appeared at his but to his dismay he found three dignitaries of his chapter waiting to receive with and the statutes of the church In their He argued without and to save his beard he fled and abandon ed Ills A few davs afterwards he died of When Philip of gave orders for the abolition of beards throughout his many a brave Spaniard felt the privation and said Since we have lost our beards we seem to have lost our Sir Tliomus Moore thought of his beard at the time of his and moved it out of flic way of the headsmans of Prclly After Is the world so very absurd in its lore ot pretty women Is woman so very ridiculous in her chase after beauty A pretty woman is doing a womans work in thu but not making nor making but making life sun nier and more Man has fore sworn the pursuit of beauty altogether Docs he seek it for he Is guessed to be ho Is guessed to be there are whispers that his morals arc no better than they should In society res olilfe to be ugly there Is no post lor an Adonis but that of a model lint woman has dona for mankind what man has ceased to Her aim from uhilhood ts to be Even as a school girl she notes Ihe progress of her the deepening color of her the growing symmetry of her the ripening contour of her We watch With silent the mysterious rever ses of the maiden she is dawning of a eomiiig and painting for the glo ries of she becomes an her room Is a her glass an The jov of her toilet is the joy of liapfmol over his of Michael over his She Is creating beauty In the silence and loneliness of her chamber she grows like any art the result of of of a thousand delicate touchlngs and Woman Is nev er perfect ncyor A restless night inn lues the beauty of the blurs theuvancscentcoloringof her cheek frost nips tho tender out lines of her face in to sudden Care plows its lines across her brow motherhood destroys tho elastic lightness of her form the bloom of her the quick Hash of her fade and vanish as the years go Rut woman still true to her She wont know when she and she manages to steal fresh victories even in her She invents new conceptions of womanly grace tmc rallies at and fronts us with the beauty of womanhood she makes a lust stand at with the beauty of She fulls like nipping her hiuntlo around burled In woolen twould u saint provoke Deuth listens pitlflilly to tho longings of it life and the wrinkled face smiles with something of tiie prcttlnuss of i Reduction of Public The public debt has been reduced over during President Grunts ad and In the mcuntjmu the tax ation of thu country bus been reduced more than Exclu sive of tho expenses growing out of the the expenses of thu Government lust year were against in Then the population was 000 giving ixr capital In lust Tho cost of collecting Customhouse du ties In I8CO was on every against at the present These important are to Iw set down to the credit of General Grants Atcliitoii Rllpnlrtrki shimpcd Vermont In fa vor of and In his speeches at tacked Grant with tin utmost llercc ncss and Tho Vermont soldiers concluded to dampen the generals feath and one did so by the following letter Kilpatrlck neglected to give u history of his exploits nt the battle July but for the benefit of those who have not heard this conceited I Will give you Um story in a tew The Vermont cavalry were at the Itinn under General and about one htmdredalirt fifty the remainder hav ing been dismounted and placed on picket were drawn up nnd placed In era Kllpiitrlck rode up and called them all William at that time Major in command of the battnllion Dont cull my men cowards j wo are rendv to go wherever you tell Hays Forward I follow and turning his horse charged over a and our with it followed close In about the mid dle of the hill was u small log and probably thinking us did Fill God keep lead out of t need no more ivctght than mine own sought safety behind this Our little band of heroes kept straight on and threw themselves In a body iigalnst the three thousand Many of them poured Out their hearts blood In flint fool ish for they were us they knew thev must und thrown buck torn and and as they rcpussod the log out from behind ft came the gallant and rode back with them to receive the plaudits for his Green Mountain boys do not always follow their If they had In tills instance they would have come out with less glory but more IfAZLETOXt Late Major First Vermont On one during Wellingtons campaign Inthe that Great being displeased with the dispo sitions General rick tun hud made for re ceiving the assault of Murslnd who menaced hi ordered the plan entire ly But the dilllculty was to de lay thu attack of the French until tho change could be This the Iron accomplished in In the fol lowing manner Dolling his cocked and waving it in the he rode furiously to the head of a as if about to order u Thereupon rose a tremend ous cheer from the which wus taken up by corps after corps until Itreverberatcd along the whole extent of Plcktous As the roar died Wellington wus heard to as it address Ing himself Soult is u skillful but cau tious und will not attack In force until lie Inus uscci tuined the meaning of these Thla will give time for the Sixth division to conic and we shall beat It turned out as naturally supposed those tremendous shouts announced the arrival large and did not attack un til too Had he struck at the right moment he would have won an easy victo ry as it he met with u bloody This was a Not the strategy of strategy of engen ereU and executed in the sumo There is nothing laid down in Tim ideu was born ofthe occasion and curried on ton the How To Make Vonrtclf Vuileralood lu Caiiu The Boston Advertiser baa the follow ing In leaving the United States for the provinces it if it can be Is hilt it is not necessary to taku an The languages of both re gions are based on u primitive Sanskrit ot Pchlcvl and they may be con sidered as two bnmclius of the West ern family of tho Aryan If the trav eler will patiently bear tills In ho will find that with cure lie ciui malic him self One of our find ing he was lost ut asked u man In the street the wny to the Lawrence Cun yon tell me the way to the Lawrence TJiu Canadian saw that he was a for and coriiteously replied Nicht Our American friend then girt himself up to speaking tho language of the coun thus Ugh t Can yitli tell yuh tho ynh to tho Lawrence you know r and then got an immediate reply Tgh I yuh Turn ere to Ihe vilh llgh und the sec ond yuh which with care he understood and II the traveler will understand that It is as hurd for hospitable to him without laughing us It Is for him to hear he will soon fall Into their ac cent and Thoroughly hospi table und courteous he will find m m i Cowardlr al A Furiuim KrlnnlK Cowhlilra Furl About one thousand troops are expected nt Fort Rllcy about the lirst of j The we lire putj ting the roads lu gnod order within the limits of the and It U especially desirable thut the civil authorities llx Ihu I inch more powerful tlmii thul of road between the Fort nnd Junction I it m a that the One thousand soldiers during thu winter mosquito becoimw suddenly will amply rcpuy any expenditure upon 1 The couscqncnco Is that after scrambling hut It thbuld be attended to this and skirmishing about In the the uio Cily is as It weret Instinctively into the whero It U either drowned In The one topic of conversation here Is the scene of u few evenings us witness ed In tho In the presence ofsev entyIIve or one hundred During tiie dlitribullon of tlm a married formerly of San but now of tills cowhldcd a married The vic tim lj u prominent member of the lluptist From her It appears that of hud sold her hus band u email lot of While her hus band was building u house on the lot she remained In Ihu in Ihe had business also lu thu The husband gavu a letter of Introduction to his and on UK presen tation Ihe Insult as she The evening she met him in thu Postof fice was the first favorable opportunity af forded tu punish the The In stant site saw him she sailed for him with uplifted Von now I havugotyou lushing him fiercely about the head und Finally he wrenched the whip from when she siuppcd him twice In the At thin thu constable lady from San boarding In the perfect si ranger to Ilia Indignant up to shook hand and congratulated her for her Ihe oil or burned to death by thu Formerly I was accustomed to nmeur my and breast with the strong oil but 1 rrcmicuUy In the morn ing smelling so terrlbrv though It pro tected me from inosimlto I wan nup py to lay It 1 liuvu slaughtered inoru mosquitoes with tile named Irou iu Iho United Ill 1850 the UnlUd consumed eightyfour iionds of him per 1871 tho consumption was 160 In In thu period the consumption lu ling land advanced from HI to In u few yeilix we uliull over lake A t the presvut rate of Increase hi the United Ancient A correspondent of the Wichita Eagle writes as follows On the south side of tht Smoky HIM riv ten miles west of the present siteol Klls tln hear the Cedar Isn cavcv j whern In 1870 the V wrlterdiscovcrcd on the side of the among ancient hycroglyphlcs and nearly overgrown with the name and neatly cut In Ro man This name was supposed to have been cut In the rock by one of the party of Spaniards who In the latter part of the last century attempted to reach the Missouri river from the ancient Spanish set tlement In to treat with the SIls sourt Indians and found a Catholic Their motives being the nurtv were umhiishid when near their des tination and HOUR Attorneys at REMO given to all buslneu enn niclHl with tile at lltitrhlitHOitt TELL RENO COUNTY 1 North Main Exchange Bought and UMTS WIKCTIOSS WHOLESALE Dawes PAIMEllS AND orncK SOUTH MAIN ALL kinds or jilrtlu and urnumtmtal pumtiitv done with miiniutm and Work gtmrDiittHHl o give HtUis TIO Formerly of Winter Huston III JKKPAUKD TU DU ANU Fashionable Dress and Oloak A 8 well ua 1liiklnjrmul Ftthoy Work in ftll lit Also gentle menu plain citl it ml inmlu In jipjirovtJ than ever I could have done with my llsU States our production will be or any oilier dungcronii per annum In veins from Tho k Kerlliwtiiltrn Wu tmdersbuid that work hug at last commenced on the Memphis and North Western and that It will he pushed forward and completed In time tu secure ihehomU voted jit thU place and other on the Hutfor Wu hope this It us UiU road when completed will tin the most Important railroad entering this purt of the It will give us tt belter market on thu at a point whero the river U id navigable and passing as It duos through thu Pluerlen of und the Iron and lead mines of we will liavv lumber and manu facturing material furnished at about onej half Iho nite FlIWT BliACK MIT II AMI Wagon Alt kiiitlu of Iron and Wand Hork iluiia at afturt tiberuiaii fdrnuli llf RENO AGENT TjllHK IllOOK and cheaper than Ij Warranted mil to leak for Au in llbrcms Tralul liy twen ty yvurn fUrnlali make Esllnwtoa and f f laku Tor Ihu trcctlou uf bual IK6d UUll tWllHltK Slltlrlluctioil 118 tit Quullly or MAOK BARBER HAIRDRESSER Next ilour tu KdwuruVa Lunibvr Hortb Main Ilulr uutlmn and ilreaalng doiiu In Iho IntentBtylc of llf Carpenter T IIK bent quulily or workiloiwat Hie moatrea aoimblu Cuutructii and lljrurea ti on all work llf OBOW Plasterers Stone ALL work to uiiU ohnryttt ftf JIV B TJ rJT O I113 R 1UOIKIBTOK City Mont Went fliilu South Main Ill Olmstead CONTRACTORS and RENO F klii 7UJIIN1SI ana tor new 1 Will ovulraoU for all ImUof All Work GuurtiiitMNl I uuvlu on my JoU Mrttvjiubi uittl lUwrttrtciina KruiitiMl HtJ UUIMKAO A Taylor Atty Counselor at practiceIn Ilcinn adjoining coun Also buy mill sell lleol Kutate on ttcnil to rnllrrtion of tJOlllce two doiilm miulh of the Real Estate CIVIL ENGINEER AXU County llf At to me y a t COTJVlfttOOD imirllnii III nil Hie Courts of Die Ml W Ttlamct nnd altcm to In all pirns of ATTORNEY AT LAW iliiurtDlllhof 7 MAIN iitliMillon Kivtm lo all klnilii of uiMl IHSS III the Uiiltnl Matea Land n4vl 8TEKIK Real Extttte Iniuranoe and Collecting Agcaliy PIiyMiciitu Burgeon Eeuo CltKUAIi nitration glviii to ilUeiuwn tit Wo O inwi und Uttlco two duura milk of Mnln Itrftra la KilnIn FEED and SALE ffmceanuduuui mulm buatUwl by iUr cam tnMtowcd low iu llw lowtia Hum SIUTHWB II ATTORNEY AT SOLIHKH81 Pennloni iind notinty An for Putt nts and buelmw Iwforo tM itt Lund Olllcu Ht l Hit fit tin ill receive on Main nitir lliu Convt HOUSTON Counselor at B3 OilliHi In hv I ATTY AT ATTORNEY AT Illl Physician 4 Nurtll Main iitteml all uilb uid treat all cwva by tliu latent iinpiuviK NOTARY Illank HaU llf JUSTICE of the PEACE lo taken and r tlona iiruinptty AH inaUara lu hla care will liu atlcniliil tu wllli IU JTuMtice of the Peaee rpAKKS MCCARTHY 4 HiHitB mid OriiamunUil If tJWurk iloiiu wltli ami Boot tc 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