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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - September 26, 1872, Hutchinson, Kansas                                OOTJKTY SEAT OF SEPTEMBER A Httiubiluin rtcvotwlljrlnc Mlly to the InlBrwttor the RCIM count Mil UK URM AlkniUM Ih UcHMof FtthUihnl In the llutohlmon Count SMI of Beno Vemu of gubicriiitloni Single In mtniHSf clubiof An excellent advertlalnir o known on The olflce la well itnaltnl wllh did JoWiIni mul nil kltiils or no only nlnln but will bu executed wit OorfrlwomlMiee Boliotteri tram nU of th County having for oldict to thermit of our Imniwllnlc acctlo In proper light before the people lUlrertlo the tlealrtd Addrai ill to rKKnv n IMIIiin n4 Kna 1872 THB INDIAN People naturally long for anything In yet fenced In or beyond their grasp than they do for those things attain The apple that grows on the brunch of the tree commands more atten lion1 than lu equals on the lower brunches wid the Juvenile hero dues not hesitate to risk hla limbs for the If oca ted In his reach would scarcely nttrac hl Thus It Is with the liidlm Territory to many Simply bo they cant go In and they think It the most desirable region on earth We have no doubt that the Territory Is n flue section oi Yet while we concede We believe It Is most wolully We have never been but we have talked with many who have men of experience In the imd they all say that the Terrrltory Is over Theysay Unit there Is u vast deal of Ane laud down but at the same time a vast deal that is While ad mitting the climate mild in bciir testimony that the summers ore inu and stock raising It Is simply In common with Jolo and With regard to timber resource we arc inclined to think that ol the Territory considerably Yet If It Is so extensive us such Is Its convenience to Southern and Western Kansas that It may be directly eliilmcd by Coal we certainly have In large quantities and at cheap This hn portant mliienl may powlbly not exist In the lattwdc Is not better than oun nor Its n ceding to the Indian Territory everything claimed for and It Is simply it continua tion of being the cose the many in the extreme BOuthtrn portion ol the State fortunately such who are ready to rush over the line as soon Sam gives Die will And no betterments when they get They will wake rom the delusion IHJW labor under atid Hnd in the Indian Territory simply Southern If they Hnd that much they will have no reason to complain except with regard to loss of lint the question of time Is the main point in the It is of that of which we complain toi It does look foolish in people clustering on the Missouri and Arkansas lines the Terri waiting to get instead of settling down Ui some portion of the public do mainequally putting Out orch and siiiroiiiiilliig themselves with the comforts of ProcrastJnu tfoph the thief of i They should wait They cannot do so withjiistloe to Is time Is timed everything Therefore let the Utopians shake ott the Indian Territory secure homes on govcrn nent domain already and improve Instead of walUng tor something In and no better when It TOPUKA Tlie Fair M Topeka was considering every UiiiiK a decided Tills Is juntas We for every thing almost In Kimsas li This IB owing to the positive clutracter of her The attendance lite State was not so good tills year H Then are two substantial reaapiu Association charged twice much for tho IeaVenworth and Atchlnon place jiut This diniinlshed to some ex tent Uie attendance and cnthnslttsiii at To There are many who cunnot attend than ono besides tlmt lu the county they and this In gener ally the big whether It pboe at or thU the two tlrst uumed daoca got many that would have jpuie to Yet tlw uttciidunce at Topeka wan wry and comprised persoiu and muny A great luany hunting homes tnKnuwattentleaUib The exhibition was aa if not than lust We have heard several apeak Qf the lino show of Several trotters were on among the rest Hen Akcrn celebrated Ethan The cuttle show wan very and the contest The diniUy of coarse woolc4 wai More and liner we were allowed tluui ever Jmlson of Wyauuotto had four car on The uiaubliiery attracted a good deal of parliculurly the little which Utruck Fair iaiiiio everydny of MMHiyt aioQunt and Hall was a popular resort ami satisfied even tho most Thy failles deserve great credit for tho manifrr In which the contributed needle work The dlspla lii their entire department wu Very excel lentThe exhibition bytfis AS of the prodiKts and curiosities along their line of roafl was ono of thi most marked features of the entertain Universal satisfaction was express ed at to this branch of the programme Reno county had a large display of sot products than any other and they com tnandcd decidedly more A Fo trains ran from the MeMcokm House to the Fair grounds every day and Omni bus lines from all the The people of Topeka were and ever thing pawed off A large por tlon of the display at Topeka is at Kan Kansas Among other things the cxhl bltion by the Fe railroad San Diego Is a city in Southern California and Uie prospective western termlnous of the Southern Pacific It Is situat cd on the Pacific ocean with a very One harbor In Tho harbor Is in the shape of a crescent by a low range of hills running southward to a point on the west On the south side by two flat Islands connected with each and theconti nent on tlie by a narrow strip of sea The only danger that the San Dlegp river tills It up with or the ocean breaks through the protecting The city Is situated on the north side of the crescent and on a beautiful The pop ulation is u good with the exception of a few The place Is of a consid erable as may be Inferred from tlie fact that two daily papers arc published and that a steamer leaves live ttnics a month for San It was very dull until tins recent visit of Thomas He made such arrangements witli the citizens as to put them all in high spir and they look forward and very rca souabty to a rapid growth of their THE HAIKbER The Hassler expedition reached Sim Francisco on tin last day ot At that city the expedition properly but Professor and Stiendiielmer concluded to stay awhile to examine the zoology of San Francisco boy and tho ad accnt The expedition thus fiir has jccn eminently Its zoologi cal collections and examinations ore The number of fish brough home will prob ably exceed and the other animals of all descriptions wilt probably swell the whole number to The geological observations of the expedition has been very and those of the South Temperate zone will be of great Professor Agnsslz Is a man of wonderful ability and He observes with rreot quickness and and the re mits of his observations during the Hassler will be long remembered In our dentine At this time we do not know by what roDtc tlie expedition will re turn to New Ike tttmit ol The table appended shows tlie value per icre In each county of the State of as fixed by the State iionrd ol Euuoliza ion lor tlie year 1871 and Reno county is not in tlie list owing to its recent iriranlzatloii 5 8 M 6 00 J 60 jg BM 400 660 BOO ihiwe lliurokra Coffuy BOO 900 900 BOO 00 too B 00 Kin 5 M 4 00 400 11 860 B 00 1 B 00 4 000 400 UOO eoo 1200 II 00 450 4 00 800 B BOO B 550 10 HI i 4 0 10 600 It BO BOO 4 00 400 4 8 474 3 W 18 HO i i i BOO 4 80 8 00 B 4 111 1000 4 All 4 00 4 00 4 00 400 10 00 a 500 Life Adrenlumi of th Ike MmiAccucd MlVfr Tlio London that tho tin lelwe raft which bus so long obstructed Jie fteil river appears to move up stream utvml of the motion tohur at the of about two miles a The ex laiiatlon of this retrogade movement lut the logs ut the lower end of the rail re continually broken and carried ftby the Hoods and while tlio U continually receiving aiUlttNtsi bus the always falling away at one ud and growing at ho gradually up the Mid It is calculated that moved since formation about 400 In when tho raft was 124 rnlliM Uie work of removing It was commenced by tho after In thU r The wyi Uiat The name of William Forrester having been again brought before the pltbllo h connection with the Nathan i may that tho following facts will answer the qiierry as td who William Korrcster nltnsBlNv alias Billy Mid Frank alias Frank alias Frank alias Frank William really This mail Is a native of New Orleans and tlrsfc made his debut bcfon the public In tho character of an esoapccf convict from the penlton to which Institution he had been sen tonccd to thirteen years Imprisonment Forrester came and one of his earii cst adventures was a robbery near Boston In For this he but and 01 1800 was again collared by Detective of wh concluded to bring him to New York am turn him over to who still re tains the requisition for return to 1111 Dewbrim telegraphed tc Sunerin tcndcnt Davics of Pliikertoiis New York agency to meet him at tlio New llavei depot on the arrival of the evening trail prepared to receive Prepare tlons were accordingly made for the re ception ol the man but in about two hours a second dispatch was received Iron Dearborn stating that Forrester had mad his escape at New Haven by jumping mm the train after It hud Dearbon fired at but without and For rcster was once moreout of the i clutches of the He was next heard of at where on Feb in company with Jim Elliott alias Cockeye who first before the public as a sixfoot prizeilght Walter William alias Kl and but not Pretty he directed his attention to the bank ot but before they had com mciiced operations on the in which about awaited they were surprised and beat a For this af fair Forrester was again arrested by Plnk ertons men at but escaped at while en route to Wilkes He then turned up In tlie Crescent Phll on June he was ar rested by Chief of Police cognizant of the fact of his being an es caped convict from and knowing that he was wanted for the Wllkesbarre robbery to Pinkertons agency in Chicago and New York the fact of For resters and stating that he would be held until the papers could be forwarded for his return Pinker ton at once left for New Orleans from Chi and an agent was dispatched from New York to Harrisburg to procure a requi sition from Governor Geary upon the Gov ernor of Lousiaim for Forres ter had only Ijccn In New Orleans about ten days when he was and public attention was at first directed to him by his riotous conduct and fast He was gambling and It is said had lost about ten thousand AC the time of his arrest he was driving a buggy out of a livery and upon the horse being slopped by officers he took In the situation at a threw n back somersault out of the rear of the struck on his feet and started to rim lie seized by the and after showing a pretty good sur rendered to superior On ncing taken to the station he acknowledged his but intimated ho would prefer to shuffle off the mortal coll to venturing to lie also endeavored to con vince the chief that of his money was better than of and Intimated if the chief would allow him in 0 he the chief would have forty cen turies and no questions asked fhat was and Forresters hail was fixed at which he at once produced und WHS re leased by the He how ever at once raarrestcd and taken to the mrlslt On the way he umped from the cab and ran two blocks Kfore he was captured by the lie was brought up on u writ of habeas eorfiia and again rcarrested for the burglary In Pennsyl On the following day a second writ of nalieaa corpus was and Forrester was brought Ixfore the district and o parties appearing against he was The toper nf the prison had irouilsed to notify the chief of police should any further writs be but ailed to keep his Upon being dis harged the last Forrester at once nadu himself and hen the agent roni Pennsylvania arrived on the following lay he was very much ehngrlnncd at he announcement that Forrester had been released on a and that Ills ntisent whenubouta was a profound mys ery to the officials of the Crescent Lhe city was thoroughly scoured by the but without nud the places hat formerly knew Forrester know him no Ills who Is said to belong to iry respectable was living with i in New Orleans at the time ol his ar The suspicion that Forrester was unrderer of Nathan was nrst crca ed in the minds of the Now York poll ibont the IMof imd it Is said that the tint Intimation of this came rum a notorious man in this who at he time mis supiiosed to he endeavoring o atone for his by giving way thieves to the t AuguBte tho husband of hrUthte was born on the Isle of uud Is a half Ills grand father having married a croolu Ills inothcr was the daughter of Admiral He has a fortune nf about francs besides his Ills grand WIMI u poor locksmith his from a humble became u pros perous Hu Is Hie eldext of three sons he has one One of tbu broth ers continues the fathers lnmlueM on tho Isle of Bourbon another Is an agent and correspondent of tlw firm ut Bordeaux the slater U the wife of her The bridegroom ubundoned mm miwlul pursuits for and was living ul ternuMy ut th Ohateau tie lu UU Marhs his and hi where he be came acquainted with Ru ral New Science will yet uchloVu tlio vlolory over 1111141111 which she has been so long con tending in a ship eimal acruw the A nuw rqute been by It isajulu to ouble to uulttr the wateiii of tlio Oulf with tlw It is by way of San Jumi it distance of one hundred tulles to occupying deep buslii ninety In length by forty In and twcntytilxhf fuel higher tlwnUiu IVIlio ffio river Down Into kkc roiu Uie ranging wltlilnu doiten oMOf and furtyflvg foot ubovo It U hilled ChfldJ1 with ooiupanitivvly MgM will uwku iiuvlgutwu viulblu to wltUln Hf Is a wellktiowli fact tliat since there has been a large Increase In the set tlements this side of the that rains have both Increased In frequency and In amount of Many beds ol streams which were uniformly dry In summer on ly ten years nro now ftdl throughout the Until recently the Laramlc plains were destitute of now they have their luxuriant growth and raise largo crops of Denver was built on the banks of an extinct perfectly now Is full of water and needs to be cross ed by Salt Lake Is BCTOII feet higher than It was ten years and It Is steadily The vast plains which cn gincprc once pconnuncrd uninhabitable and lit only for droves of beenuse des titute of streams and may yet be come great States and the hohicof a crowd ed It may bo dllllcult to de tcrinlne by what subtile and mysterious law df nature these great and beneficent changes are taking It Is perhaps siilllulent to know that they are actually Practically this may bo all that Is but at the same time It Is In teresting to endeavor to brush away the veil of obscurity imiUook with an unillm niod upon tlm great moving It Is logical to start out In our Investigations on the hypothesis that tho primary causes may be traced to lie changes In the face and condition oil the brought about by the hand of among which may be enumerated the reducing to a state ot cultivation number less acres of tho virgin soil in every direc the planting out of immense numbers of forest trees for wind the planting of Ihilt trees and The influence of any one of these or all taken upon u single form lie so Infinitely small as to Ijo undlscerni But taken In the aggregate they re sult in an influence of which we are com pletely sensible and eacli year becoming more The vast fields of com which grows with snob that siwciaUy rears itself whercuver the settler pitches his tent or locates his mud clothes thousands of square miles with a dense thereby keeping earth cool during the hottest pint ol the and we1 may suppose on the plainest prin ciple of very materially modifying the humidity of the May not these afford us a key to unlock the outtcr door to the portals of these mysteri ous but gradual changes If we shall reasons for exclaiming how myteriousiy and yet wisely God provides for hU crea PrrmNlnK toward tllr We often miss the end of life by having no object before Years ago when we were a boy a pupil lu an old frame school lioiLseby the foot af a hill to the south of the we went with a number of boys one afternoon in to have some A meadow was distant halt a mile A slight snow and the company desired to make the most of It was too dry tor and was not deep enough for It did very well to make tracts It was proposed that we should go to a near the center of the and that each one should start from the and tee who could make the struightest to go from the tree m the nearest approach to a straight The imposition was assented and we were ill soon at the We ranged ourselves around it witli our backs toward the Wo were equally distant from each If each gone forward In the right the paths we made would have bom like spokes of u the tree representing lie We were to go till we reached he boundaries of the when we were to retrace our steps to the We did I wish 1 could give a map of our Such u map would not pre sent much resemblance to the spokes of u Whose Isthestruightest asked lames Alison of Thomas whu was ut the tree Henry Armstrongs In the only one that s straight at Thats a They ook more like snake tracks than straight How could wo all contrive to go so when tile ground is HO nd nothing to turn us out of Hie Way aid How did yon come to go so lenryf said I lined my eye on that tall plnetreo on he yonder and never looked away roni it until I reached the fiiim I went us straight us I without ookhig at anything but the said So did said several ft ap Kared Hint no one but Henry hud aimed at particular We attempted to go straight without any leflnite We So it will be men or who huve no mark In Gen eral geenrul wilt not Multitudes of ga Ifo without leading a tingle soul to uud all because they never hud u single aim 0 his The Rlimm Eiivluc Engineer or Old as he Is more generally culled among his ucininliit nces who run on the east end of the In and Oquuwku Is u natural Iry us a One day Jlock mot with 1 partv of the Alton uud Chlea BO nilmmd toys at Pcorlu anil hey stepped Into Sum Kmerys fur u so cial glass of Conductor if the Louis us a sort of ucntguve Old otherwise a Hrfcct That in very ex fihilmed Jlwti to to old therwlse a unrfect The Kixt that was seen of Hock he was pur ilf a 210 gult toward bin and This Is not quite so good as the re partee of Nick while a division en rineer on the Illinois at a festival cveral yean ago In DeWitt A fellow named Jack Wallace gave as a The Two NicksOld Nick mid 4tck The table came down with a Nick arose us grove us u md when the nolsu had subsided be sum le fully appreciated tlie honor conferred on rim In connection with Jacks most tnti nata friend lie hardly knew how to re itiltu the but us one good turn lesorves he would give Tlie fwo Wallace and Jackass I lick und the coiujwiiy went In o The sweet iiobtto vino may bo saved dur ug the winter and used the following prlng in propagating u now I have rled the cxilermicnt during thin year to ny entire In the fall ut any line More front the vines may be cut in my convenient length unit placed Inluyen m the wirdicc of the to tho depth of welvu or iilglitiHiii and cover the whole with a light will about four Inches u tills wuy lite viiuw Will keetulur ng und In the spring tliey will put out sprotiUi as abundantly as the potato It self when Thu draws or sprouts 411 bu planted firat and the vino iuelf can MI MiuwMmontly cut and IUMH w wogcucr ully Prcmmtmrt Tttt t From the SmUlln There has been hanging around the quiet little village of for some a Ulan by the name of who was Very much addicted to and In to such an excess that he became a bore to the fn order to get rid of a plan was devised by some of the Amlovlng boys of that and It was decided that when next found drunk be should be placed In a box and shipped per They had not long to wait for tho op and he was given the tit of a very neat pine which contained n few holes sulliclent for He was placed aboard the train and billed for this side up wltfi canw To see the joke carried and that nothing serious luippi ncd tlio about half a dozen or more of young Aullviltians went up witli the box on tlio But proving a little Inriisvrevt lu showing too much attention to tlio the conductor smelt a mice and had It put oilat the little village of the boys were not M be defeated in having their The night was and fair Luna was lending her mellow rays to the solemnity of the Several chain were sent and the box Iollln was placed upon the chairs on the and all ar rangements speedily The lid was unscrewed and slipped back sulflcicnt to show his The men stood around with heads and the sccno was as quiet as the There lie the sleeping placed In the role of a live The baud of faithful fol lowers then began in a solemn and tremu lous voice with the sacred song of 1 Unveil thy fnlthnil Take thliuow trwwuri to thy The corpse opened his then smacked ids A moment more and he was mlly lie was brought to a sitting the still going eyed tho crowd and then ids he grow and begun to whats the matter Am dead No and singing still going where am I1 Near the cold and diainnl came from a deep and solemn Let us was ami at these words the collln went one way and the subject the Up the street lie went like tlie was after surely the poor soul thought every cuss of them took after him with all the unearthly yells that ever greeted mortal He called on legs to faithfully serve the body and they did It up In The last seen of him he was going over the with his hair streaming in the and with looks as wild as It happened he got on the road tlmt led back to and tlie poor fellow on arriving there was so scared and exhausted that he required close attention until his nerves could bo lie has now made up his mind tlie Good Templars and study for tlio A correspondent of that vigorous dally the Atchlson Champion writes lu the fol lowing manner concerning our Ilntcblnson U one of the model Kanfuis well located ut the point where the railway reaches the 217 miles from It is laid out and built in modern The stores lire well Blocked mul the business of the place is Meyer have a very line drug and our quandom citizen Is doing u good and maintains a high social position In that excellent where no saloons for the sale of intoxicat ing drinks are A good sized church is nearly ready for occupancy u Court House Is going mi Iron bridge across the Arkansas river is ready for the superstructure u bunking evidently a necessary Institution In a re gion where large amounts of money are employed In the cuttle business and but hone the less Important and Indicative of the printing The llutehlnson is u very handsomely printed and well conducted estab ilseil about three mouths Its clrculu tlon and advertising m to make it permanent und give It power In inouldlng the sentiment of that Ihcre are two both of which we At tiie kept by a New every courtesy was and what Is hard to find at tho a good room and comfortable was The regular passenger trains do not go beyond but t mixed train with frclghtand materials for construction passes twice each A Widow Amwrrlui About six months ago a man came to this city registering himself as David proprietor of the Golden Eugle lu He ad vertised for u house and u young vldow of tills whose name we wlth made application among and was dually selected fbr the She was Induced to sell her household and obtain homes fur her two children among luw relations in order to lie ready for the As the gentleman wan not in t It Is stated Unit frequent Interviews ook place between himself and his Intend ed UliJch led to u very warm nliinucy between though to nreelse y what extent remains The ilie day unpointed for their starling to the and of the Judy came to the hotel with her ready for the jilt her promised employer had gone and left no of his whereabouts behind Some afterward she addressed u letter U of tint Guldi n In und re Ju that that gentleman hud not been East for many and that he lad never authorized any to advertise fora for lleing Hilly convinc ed that sne had been the lady went to work and tried to make the bist ol One day lust she saw her old friend on the und follow ing she found that ho was stopping at the Central under the name of having just arrived that day from wlivucu no one The next day Uie lady went More and staled tlic and a warrant Issued lor the urrest of When the officer culled lit tlie lie fount that the man hud paid his bill and left us mysteriously us lie Tho officer continued Ills svurch until Saturday when all hopes of Ifiidlng the uo cused were given Ktibury Clmlnf The most likely successor to the present Iope Is Cardinal Antonio Mariu Iaucblim of tho order of Ho win born ut in on UUi of and was made Curdlmd by Pius In thecoiuUtory ghh of We Teased great admiration fur iow Sixtm wliQW life was his favorite ami in whose cell he Onu wbllu lit it suddenly heard t knock at lite a voice him that he would be a This did not sur prise him b merely md lu Utu HID ignite wliun lie learn that he been elected CwllluU Pwiubiajiua swore before Conovas monument to Clem ent that he would restore tie order of the to IB and this Is sold to bo the great objeit of Ills He is the Intimate friend of Father the General ol the like his Slxtus ha Is extensively re carefully concealing from cery one his Intentions lor the He imilw the Svllnbiis and defends the prlirlpliol infallibility with extraordinary si 111 and theological As for Plus he hat thorough belief In the Cardinal since a young Ibdian girl some twenty years unit the liext 1opo woulif be a monk of the onlcr of Fran concludes Omt us ranebiniico tie slave of a moilieval Utopia which moves yim ti re vive the church of tlio thirteenth Ientury and the Society of which tloes not believe In roganlii him with not imito knowing whet her be Is it friend or an IUU IVmi EENO COUNTY 1 North Main Exchange Bought and WHOLESALE I 4 Dawes PA1NTKHS AND OFFICE SOUTH UAlS ALL klniltf nl plain iitnl nrniimuntul piUntmu ilono with nejitiuMrt unit Work IflliiruntiHd to glVL1 M s Fonnorly ulWinter ID lltblAUKU TO no fashionable Braes and Cloak AS well llnulilnu IlnkliiKimdKuncy Work In nil Its Mao mentf plitlll uulta uorl nuldu la llpprovinf FlUDT ANU Wagon All Mink of Iron and Wouil Work done tit short Rkermut lit RENO H AGKNT EIUK IUOOF und rJuupir Mum WtirrauUtl nut to Itmk fur An in Jlbroiid lYaieil Ijy iwiii ty CONTRACTOR Heiifl WILL ftirnlrih nuke umt takw for tho mction ul iioHH uiid ilniliiiiK M o Quulity of v MACK BARBER HAIRDRESSER Ntjft dour to Ktlwanlan North Main Hulr culling anil llrwning iluiuIn Uw lutfaUlvli uf Ill1 Carpenter rilK butlt juulltx orworkilonout Hit inontrta tiunubli OjntriuHd uml tuiutv viu nil work lir OIIOW Plasterers Stone uork uttcndld to unit i flf D U T C H 132 AKU IllUIMIlKTOIl City Meat WiUBIdf South Main llf Olmstead CONTRACTORS and HKNO K uutt imtl All Work I taraffil HA8TIE FEED and Real Eiitate LuoraBoe and Collooting HOUK Attorneys at RBWO btulnrM ran with Ihii Ut Hi Tijrlor Atty Counselor at iirnctlci in Uenn IIH wUnlnlnir conn Alnolinyltlut fell KstKlc nltvntl to tjunico two iloon ontii ol MJLEWKJ Real Estate CIVIL County ATTORNEY AT Ions anil Homily AII fur imtl liiiHlneBfl IwHtn1 fliintl Lmiil ofllce lit wlUixCvliu purlal on Mnln ntur the Court HOUSTON Counselor at ff Olllco In lira NKWS Printing ATTY AT ATTOHNEY AT I Attorney at CQTTOKWOOD imtuttou In nil Cmtrta of the Oth Uislrltl mill nllind lu collittlona In HU of Itf ATTORNEY AT LAW jVml flnlary Firm iluur touUi of Uni bond MAIM 2 nlUiilliin five n o nil klnilt of lilitl J IliSB In tlw Unlkd Ntatia Linlll Il4vl Physician 4k Burgeon Beno iitUiitloll glvull 10 dUcuul of VfO nivn and Olllou two doora MUlb Main to Stwntor nrj Physician North Main nil mul f V liiU01 fmiiroviil NOTARY Dluuk Mmlm llf JUSTICE of the PEACE 4 HM Ilium iiriuniilly All miillun Inlruil hla uuru will ultuiiiluil to wllh llf of tht TAKKH Atkil lurnui iiiarrlujfu M c A H Sign anil i w i iv ilont wtili I Boot Shoe Kiwi Slik of North ti LIVER SALE North Kiut Ui ull HI u m   

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