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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - October 3, 1872, Hutchinson, Kansas                                COUNTY SEAT OF OCTOBER devoted t tnhnmtoof Hie oconnly nnd the Arkinsw lenofr tho JBunty Reno jiTSliliscrinllonl cop pur cnnllonl Single yew In Three Ollllln of live Mid An excellent adnftlilng Kates of advertising mmle known on The NKWH Is well stocked with n splen did Johtjlinj niul nil klnils of not only plum but will be uxocutwl with iitToiiokn ComMNttKlenae solicited from nil of the County urn having for Its object to plncc he great mlVflntHffcs of our Imiiiwnnle section u a iirolwr Unlit before the people Tne Publishers proniptlv nnd frankly nn all letters of inquiry on the pnrt of dolrlng lo Incitte III this or wll refer loch Inquirers to purlieu who will cordially flir tillh the desired Addraw all commiinlcatlotiB to rEBHV Kallori has the private soldier and twice hsnc TIIK PAV This the end of a division of ho Topekn unit Santa Fc our railroad taido In quite Quite a number of railroad men live In the have bought have their familial With While n greater num ber lodge hi boarding Prom these gentlemen our business men frequently take orders on therailroad com Hence not only the railroaders arc Interested In pay but many others The day Is one of considerable In Although It Is never known ly when the Fay Car Is yet Invariably It is discovered sweeping over the prairie before It gels to the and there Is nub by all interested parties to the At ihe Pay Cnr the scene is mer and phys all collect around the car and show In a high degree western good positivencss and They promptly present their mid acquiesce In the attention to If they lire In stead of brawling and cursing they quietly put in future negotiations or If paid they pocket the money and walk The officers of the car are always In n great In n little all are settled with that are going to be settled the locomotive whistles and on goes the PayCar to stations fiirlher In the meantime crowd dissolves like each 111411 going to his place of bus iness and resuming labor with the utmost There is no debauchery and However when we say this we ipeak strlekly of because such Is not the rulo At most places oofar west as this Pay day U followed by a night of drunken saloon awH dance house proprie reap a rich and their victims go to work the next day and down many of them pelImps with black But here there is noneof that and Hence Pay day Is but a day of business with mid is always followed nn evening as ailm as the day farthest re moved from that one which ushers in Pay Verily the mid of Hncthlnson Is when It Is considered that she Is a frontier That character she will continue to Champion Oapt Li of It Is said can produce more honorable discharg es from the Volunteer military service against the Into rebellion than any other man In lie was five times ills times as a received after having served out hill terms of Ifc find also a brevet ma jors commissioned Is doubtless restless to try a term of service on It may per haps a mattcrof regretas well as a mys tery why ho should be n Grcclcy man at but knowing many of his good qualities as we look forward and hope for better things to hope for bettor things to We regret to see Payne on the wrong side of the We under stand his Republicans and make an effort to bring film before the people as their candidate for the Slate Senate this If he should be and we have no doubt bnt he will Republicans will Imve to put in nomination a strong man to de feat We will oppose Payne only for one reason he Is a Democrat to the and opposed to Grant and the Administration of the Republican par Under the wise guidance fillers France Is getting along much better than It was supposed she Peace now reigns through all her her crops are reported and the people seem to have confidence In the government This last they showed In their prompt response to the recent loan asked by the govern The government asked and In a few days this amount and times was sub Such n response was extraordina and speaks highly tor the French peo and at the same time is a brilliant en dorsement of president Not only was France willing to but Eng even German were eager to credit the gov to amounts which If combined would iiavc made an almost fabulous President Tillers thinks ho will soon be able to pay all the Geaman war and that In the recent lie did not ask for enough to pay all owing to He keeps the French army well up In is Improving its or ganization every and probably that in combination with Russia or sonic other France will ere many wipe out her stains tvlth German hu Tillers Is 11 good and great and it is unfortunate for France that he Is not llfly years instead of DKMSON CONCEALED Our City Fathers hare passed an Or against carrying concealed weap aim pigoiiuribid fines for all who violate the xAVeare glad of this for the habit of cirrjrlnf Mjiis personal defence In as thU la simply No one Is In any danger Then why Carry those things from which barm may conv at moment Tlje practice has prevailed a Very slight extent we hope tliiit It may he dropped nt once by The man who carries a pistol In such a place as either does not respect humanity very or ho Is Of course we do not allude to We speak of those who live In Hutchlnsoii and We sincerely lUluyvholc Arkansas Volley may i iirsucb a condition that tho travel er will not deem It necessary at any point to take his from his and that the rallroadvr will invariably leave his If all tlio towns of the firiciinsns Valley were like son this would bo tho But such Is the character of some that pistols are carried by all as a of mid the conse quence whether gcnenited by mean whisky or Is ended by u shooting Each man acts upon the presumption that his opponent Is armed for the The system Is and We congratulate ourselves that we have escap ed Its Ills im hope that soon all our sinters of this magnificent valley will bo emanci pated from such a spirit of This Is the name of a new city In north ern It Is on the line of the railroad live miles south of Red ft Is where the Texas Central crosses the and should have been called Red River City instead of It was christened Dcnison In honor of the vice president of the Kansas and Tex as It is likely to be the big city of northern Texas like lliitchlnson that of the Arkansas Dentson is being rcgnlarly laid off into lots Bob Stephens of the is presi dent of the town It is to be strictly n railroad Already it has about sixty and and u Tho paper Is run by and is in the Interest of the town and the Of course it whoops up the railroad Blow ia the Dcnison Is situated on a lilll just out of Red river paper claims the locality but wo presume every Intelligent person has heard enough of Red river to take this state ment with many grains of In short its locality cunt bo for it Is notorious that the lied river bottoms are among the most sickly In the United The Summers are long and often the altitude above the sea Is not and the swampy bottoms along the river ex Hence Denlson ug well as other towns along Red river may each Summer look out for a vast deal of lever and It may bo safely said that a man will live at least ten years longer in this portion of the Arkansas Valley than on Red river in northern HnHranil Pueblo people are animate over prospective railroads that are to en tcr In that wideawake The account of an Interview Id tween the president of the Kansas Pacir and others and a number of the leadli spirits of a few evenings tine That paper says that General Carr ati Woweii arrived In Pueblo on Thurs coming up by the Arkansas vftlle Colonel Lnmborn joined them from Coli rado The Chieftain goes Oh I say In the General Carr and h associates mnt the special railroad con mittec and a few of our prominent at the olMce of for tl purpose of having a quiet talk over th General Carr stated that h was very anxious to extend bis road u from to Pueblo that the con puny fully appreciated the advantages t be derived from swing tbc trade an commerce of this and he wlshe to receive some deflmte assurance as to th amount of financial nld the people of tl city and county would be willing to ex tend to such an lie tliougl that the cotintv should vote bonds to Hi amount of with the iindcrstuiK Ing that the road would be completed I Pueblo within clgliteen months from th the date of voting such Tl committee Informed Carr that whll the jicople of Pueblo were very anxious t secure an eastern and felt kindl disposed toward the Kansas the considered it next to hnposlble to vol and declined that iuebl would not rive over at the on with tbc further understanding thn tile terminus of the road should be on th north side of the with the dcpo buildings within a mile of tho court house In regard the right of dcpo WHS assured thcr would be no a dozen individual present offering to donate nil the groun necessary for that Murray unit of Fort Lj reached city coming u with General From them we lear that the olllccrs of the Topck and Santa Fe road arc pushing am have the trading almost completed to th western Hue of forty miles Fort Suneying parties are out bt tween the fort and the State whil regular passenger trains arc now to Fort the construction trains com ing some distance this The Kit Car son brunch of the Kansas Pacific is goinj ahead and is graded within tei miles of It is understood tha the brunch will strike the river about two miles below the where the computi propose to lay out a new thwles Eugene King ol Sweden and died on the 18th of September at a seaport town of He hod gone to Mnhno for re lie was griuidion 01 ono of the most celebrated generals of Napoleon the Ucrnudotto was elected Crpwu frhice of Sweden by leous dltsiutldil lu aswiidcd tho Throne In 1813 as Charles Tho Ute son of Oscar was born May and ascended tho Throne In was one of great Pu Thursday gcptcmbur brother Ctactu suocwded to tlie Throne and All tho dignitartia qjleyienctt to tho new tlw HHu of WW and the A The following very sensible article we copyfrom the Ottawa Herald The value of systematic and liberal udverilslng Is well Illustrated by the comparative success of the state held last at and the fair now in progress at Kansas The Topeka fair was advertised early hi summer by u tow posters scattered thinly around over the hi hotels and livery just place where farmers arc not likely to see No general was done In tho newspapers of the and hencu 110 sort of encouragement was glvjii them to talk up As a consequence a great many persons having forgotten the date from the which nave long Hlnee know nothing about the state not even the time ut which It wiw advertised to be On the other hand the Kansas City folks Issued mammoth posters and olHrci thoiir liuuU of dollars in Thuw pos ters were eurefiilly stuck lip In conspicuous and uttutttlvu places all over Kaunas by parties directly or by parties em ployed to do they have staid stuck to In addition to these large posters and large they advertised large ly In nearly If not all the newspapers in Kansas forwvonil and the ad vertUement may seen there Ithus been next to to taku up a Kan sas paper during tho lost two months with out finding something suld about the Great Exposition to be held ut Kansas nothing In comparison appeared about the ToiMjku eultr The Kaunas Clt to tors n while hi that Doen It Par T The Arkansas City Traveler nsks it pay any man to leave a paying business go take a claim1 of ICO iicrcs otriw prairicniid pay S200 In cash tor It We saj without the slightest it does There are some coses in which it does not for Instance if a man has a business paying from or a above It would not pay him to leave it fur i claim alone for he could take the same mo ney and purchase one after the country is more thoroughly and Ihe disad vantages not half so but for a young man who is working by the or one just starting out in it will Very few laboring men in tlie East or can save SMO dlxiva their expenses ami very few young professional anil tradesmen can ever make their for tlie first two or three To these we say thai it will There Is not n quarter section in Cowley but what Is worth SiiOO and will be worth within two This hind can be procured bv a six months and tlie paymentol Inlpurtnnt Suits in District Court of Leayen worth county have been commenced by tlie Kansas Missouri in the amounts hereinafter named against the following gentlemen for failure to pay as sessments stockholders Kansas and Missouri Bridge Alexander Lnclan Lobensteiu700 Pierce Kuck Ittff Sprot Samuel Slathew Carr Lev John J i i The Mluourl and IlltuoU Industrial Exhibition will be held at Louis on the last day of Septem and upon tho and fourth days of Exhibitors at this Pair can go directly to show ami continue on to which they will reach in due time for that great Some large premiums arc ottereil by this liberal and enterprising among which lire for the fastest trotting for tile Iiutest trotting for bull of iiity for draft for the flistuat trotting mare or and so on in the snmu liberal proporf mciiJimke n note ot tlie crncd City Let stock On Sunday Ieter u farmer living some ten miles southwest of this while on a load of was thrown off by the horses starting to and fell in sucli a manner that the tyne of U pitchfork entered ills killing him al most Fair The company will sell tickets to the Louis from October 1st to the good to return until the Faro from Toptku to Kansas City and The rates eastward from the latter place hsvo not been Topeht ill U t Hrudlnn Dry laadt by The parcel ijoxtal which went Into operation July provides that packages of dry drugs except liquid and iiierchaii disc not ounces In I The Diamond Denver Is diamondcrazy San Pranelscr New York form companies with n tnilllo mlllloni capital Salt Lake has I shares snapped tip by the lending me chants the first gangs hurried nwa months others are leisurely equlppin for all Many of these diamond Inn tersare swapping a bird In thehnnd fortw In Their eagerness tosuddenl grow rich cannot spring from bt cause digging Is hard work nor Irot mizerlv because miners nre gene It seems o he thn love of iidventiire and of the Joined with a stupl disposition to deify diamonds nnd an to underrate whatever gold nnd illnmom cannot Men like to risk nnd they must have n seasoning of luck to Hi vor the cninmonplacc ol Itenci when they might gather diamonds In ghiff and truck their fo rubles bigger than they will ever choose to grub for the stones It Is human nature to miiku gold nil cm not n und to covet the produce o luck more than that ot SON plnylng upon popular ex tolled not so much the seal fisheries of AI aska when he sought to annex as th vast gold deposits on the river SIcKccn even the wheatgrowing virtues of this an tcchamber to the Pole were reckoned les amazing than its precious tin other an Idle from deposits ot the proposed line of isthmian canal dlvlil cd popular Interest with the vast tolls am the trade benefits sure to come when thi neck of now temptingly inviting the shall be and a new thrown open to Once more when San Domingo annexation wnt not content with Samana bay ns a commodious harbor and West In dian supply Its friends dangled tin ol Professor Oiihl before tlie eyes of our to iutlami their cupidity as if Colorado were no seamed with gold anil Nevada ridged wltl while more Goleondas of goldei grain teem In the West titan ten centuries enn Irving depicts a treasuredigger who never having unearthed n woke up from wretchedness o riches one when the railroad needed his farm for Ita track But the glitter of the jewels blinds the Tlie Aztec he are found ut hist those ruins of ni imcient city lately seen by a diamond par surely the home of old uinas Tho dazed youth perceives listinctly that Jena took a thousand din monds from a ton nnd a half of but cannot observe that his second trip dh not reach the precious You read from tils reproof from the papers They snf fered great and narrowly escap ed perishing while crossing the Colorado He They picked up din nonds by tlie pint and rubles by the You continue Two of tilt iwrty strayed from eainpand were tortnrei to death by tlie He murmurs the size of emeralds sapphires big nspldgeons You read oh Tlie brilliant crystals supposed t je diamonds arc nearly all and ol email value the rubles nro pronounced bj to bo of interior quality the em irnlds are of good but lie busily figures with his muttering Twentyfive men can tnke out H million icr ober KlrlilMumljul Marshal the great German coin Inis been on a visit to the provinces vhleh were acquired by Germany in the itc war The ionnel speaks of the man ami his visit ns ollows He Is aninu of fair mid in spite of Ills seventythroe olds himself His nppeanuicc islm On seeing him one recognises u inn aucnstoined to nnd whose rden admit of no He alighted nt Jolmnr at the hotel des Deux and he ad hardly arrived when he went out wulk ng quite alone in the showing a reference for the most tortuous nil always finding his way easily without sking for He works nearly oiistantly alone in his The Ulcers on his study tlie environs of and send In their He lakes 11 fair copy of and draws from ID subject of a conference at which the rnssinn officers are As late as even oclock at night one may see ono of ic windows of lite apartment lighted cfore a table site an old wearing n ttle black tracing lines upon maps Hit which he often no oubt on account of their Field arslml do lloltko works thus every even He rises at 0 nnd labors till 1 when he dines in one of tlie public ooma of the which is ipldly the Marshal goes out nlking he returns works till nnd leu goes out unattended till c is often to bo seen wnlklng along the verside In a most deserted In tlie at tilde of a man who Is It Is yond doubt that de Moltke was al ays opposed to Belfort being left in the ands ot Slap Ihn Daniel Webster once dined with an old ostcm and when they came to ie u dusty old bottle was carefully ecanted by Peter and paused to the aklng tlie he poured out Websters ass and bunded it to Thonponred it another for himself and held it to the gilt and said do you like Webster I think Ills a very fine specimen of old Now you cant gucsa what that cost me said the Surely said Ion know that It is Well 1 can tell for I made a areful estimate the other When I lie interest to the first price I find that cost me the sum of just onu dollar and vcntyllve ccuU per glass 1 Good gracious youdontsny Webster and draining his e hastily presented it with the re ark Kill up again us quickly us you for want t atop that confounded KUquvUe forlliv Do not attempt b tench your children all 10 rules ofluulo and then com uind them to live up to It isu ucl taskfor any young child to keep Ifu was never made to sit like a itiin I tttrulght and but wauUi to cut may be mailed to any part of the United wrlggloaud eat nnd ejit chat States ut u charge of two cents for eueh i eat and lungh thug rendering It ill tW9 ounces or fraction of two terly liriposslble lor him to cat too und tnid money will be saved by i do all those things so much likes to do WiiVit bTlhifrli U express conipanlos when Itv Fxjosltloi Uaii for the trans g the nuKr or vlsi of Iowever Ibr mil fie in Umt reanMt j bus up BHU MW iiur tvosu flOiWDaratvo WheT will old tbilei toiJnihat ftp tav not j ed ves of Its w advortlsng will giipiioso un ucoidiint occurs at the mil u tumbler ls or a spoonful of ii BHUCU goes anywhere but to the childs 1 his Is i mtiuth supiwso the table clotli and his napkliii are it Is of no oouspqwHce when put hi comparison with Iidured dl probubly due to the fact that If U not yet gwtlvo organs und a nipldly swullosvcd which U it U not yet U takes tlnw to get aimicr to uuoh faoto before the In ho if followed up for tudeaf items cast before tlieni every a will surely inuko a case of o EnUug win deslgnutl by fllm who lie burled lor long guw m to be ot eujoy It Is somcwlmt rctunrkable that peopl oontlniie lo speak of Jerasalwm as tlie llol for it has no rlglit to such a sncrei It is not moral From the ac counts of those who have visited diirhif the hist it Is doutitflil if Its morn status Is n whit better than that ol Sodon nt the I line of the great storm wlilch provei so It is not even nn enterpris ing Its chief nntlvc industries nri tlie manufacture of which is no Inrgely columned by the resilient populn nnd of what Is willed Jerusalem wnrc consisting of bends nnd tlie made principally o motherofpearl anil olive and sold to illgrlms who ntinttally resort to the Holy City to tlie number of of It also exports olive oil and Tin population of Jerusalem Is estimated a of whom about are Mahomet to Jews and the rest Chris tains of various The cm ploymcntoi tlie people Is almost wholly ngriciiltiirnl nnd hut the vast am fertile plains around the city are only par tially owing to the want of urotcc tiou iigiilnst the predatory excursions of the Uedoiiln tribes Inhabiting the outskirts of the A little cotton of nn Inferior raised from native seed is growl mil exported to Tlie Amerl inn colony which was established at Joppa ins been starved out and replaced by n anil of Ucrnum numbering ubout 200 The road to Jordan has been repaired nt tlie cost of a Indy whose name s not but It is still u hnrd road to travel in of tlie swarms of Be douins who Infest that Ifow Coffee WIIR We reid a quaint story concerning the Jiscovciy of this favorite To wards the middle of tho fifteenth century poor Arab was traveling In nnd finding himself weak and weary from he stopped near Then jeing hi want of fuel to cook Ids he cut down a tree which happened to he covered witli dead His meal being Booked nnd the traveler discovered hut the halfburned berries were very He collected a number of on crushing them with a found Imt their aroma Increased to a great ex Willie wondering at he uccidcu nlly let full the substance into u can wlilch contained Ills scnnt supply of vhat u minMe The putrillcd wn cr was instantly lie brought it o ills lips II was and In n noinent after tlie traveler bud so far re covered Ills strength and energy as to be ilile to resume Ills The lucky Vrab gathered ns many berries us he having arrived nt In iitormed tlie mufti of his That vorthy divine was an Inveterate opium who had been suffering for from tho Influence of that poisonous He tried an infiislonof Hie roasted and was so delighted at the re covery ot Ids own that in gratitude 0 tho tree he called it In signifies And that IK the vay in which cofTce was How nuy thirsty Christians blessed their Ara linn benefactor during these sultry vhcn thirst seems almost quenchless ItnlHe Fruit anil ICnt Colemam World present briefly the fol owing gotid suggestions on raising fruit This Is a fruit Nearly all fnrm rs may raise their Hlrawbcr ami gooseberries or will grow almost uey can be canned nnd so well preserved 10 whole pears nnd penches in be raised on most There Is no ood reason whyfruit should not be as ienty ns corn or bilious flint tlie pen le who live here are especially liable to ilious There no het r preveutativea of bilious diseases than ic constant use of fruit us a It cor eets the acids and juices of the stomach id assists It keeps tlie bowels roperly active and prevenU that slngglsh und which promote bilioiH to do its best olllee 1 the should be cooked nnd eaten ns part of tlie ivgnlar Thus used how eliclous ills I How It odds to tlie pleas res of u meal to have R enriched with so clicate and ngrecnble an article of diet I ow chaste and is tho tendency such a diet compared with one of solid eat and So it is the best diet Is ally tlie let Jhiila on our farms und adorn and make eusaut nil our An Experiment wllhPaper Car The Springilcld Republican says the onnecticut Hlver liallroud Company is xmt for u set of paper rHhcels uiiilei the funvtird truck of otm Its These wheels have been lown to car builders for some but ic demand for them has been moderate on of their notwithstanding tlio livcrsnlly admitted fact that they alesale id Tlie wheels are luamitact red by bringing u pressure of B50 tons up i sheets ol common straw which roes them into a compact which Is ion turned pcrteetly round und the hub reed into u hole In the this ilringii pressure of 25 tons Tho re Is of steel and has a onequarter Inch evel upon Its inner thus allowing tlie uper feeling to be breed 250 tons rcssure being required In tins wo Iron one upon each side of the lire bolted which prevents e possibility of tlie Illlings coming he lire rests upon the paper only and par keg of lift elasticity In AI lough these wheels arc much mom enslve I ban those In common the ulentee claims that they are In ic us they wear iniure tlie racks and run with less noise than heels of any other Hloko In a Huil The counsel of Stokes have made every Ibrt to have him removed from his prcn it cell In the to obtain for him xcluiilve use of one of the wardens npurt but thi nommlssloiicrs of charities id correction have refused to depart from le ordinary rule of locking tip a prisoner bile under their They say Stokes as been humored to the utmost wo cells has been fitted up to his own and lie U provided with xury he requested nt his own e IK visited bv any friend that may choose J call at any hour of the They also ly that were they to allow liiu fo occupy 10 of the private rooms of tlie warden u lecial guard would have to bo constantly atehlng and as they consider their jiptivo u valuable prize they do not intend 3 rim any particularly as they have o authority for granting uppli As soon ns tho decision ol the ummMoncrs made Htokes ave vent to his feelings In lun hut ut length he wild that ho mp hu imwt grin and bear It for a ttle Hu UwouUdmt that o will gain hU IVnn RENO COUNTY 1 Worth Main Exchange Bought and Sold CQLUCriOM Vlco Pros Aailt HRST NATIONAL BANK Authorlled Paid in Capital and Does a General Banking WHOLESALE DBUGGIST A FAT BEEF FOUND DEAD Kvery At Joshua Cowgills NEW MEAT Opposite KWS No 20 North Main afreet Kvcrloily onll untl KUMI8EK BOOT AND SHOE MAKERS One door North of llflllard Hepillring neutly All work warrnnted Dawes PAINTEB8 AND DESIGNERS OtKICK 8OUTII MAIN ALL ol plain ami nriuunontnl pfuntuiR uoiiu with luniiurirt und Work rnntiHil to tflvu Kormerly of Winter is rumAKEU TO no AND Pashionablo Dress and Cloak AS well tw Miuhliie Ilitkltignml Fancy Work In JIM Ainu pliiln cut unit ntitdtt in a VI ITU AND Wagon Alt klnih of Iron and Wood Work done at short EuH MlirriiiBU 11 ATTORNEY AT LAW Ami Klret floor aoulli of Urn Ijinil MAIN lKCI nltrntlnn given to all klmli of bllll IKM III llm Uutlei Nlatea Lanil o4il RENO AOKNT riltlC IlIOOK untl chenper ttmn not lo leuk Iorone All in llttrond Tebtuil liy twen tiirit A cfrtlfioflte of Inooipijnitlon lua boon Sctreliiiy of SUito to 10 CONTRACTOR Helta WILL ftmitah und tiikf fie tlw of Quullty luc tw to of fully KUunmtc HACK BARBER HAIRDRESSER Nuxt door to KdwtirtlHij Luinbur North Main Jlulr cutting und liraalug done lu Iliii lultuitalvli of nrti 111 Carpenter THK bnt quality of work done at Ihe rea ContrucU uni lliaile on all work o Hf CROW Plasterers Stone H ALL work iittiiidctt tu and itf U T O H IS It ANp fllOlfUKTOH City Mont WntSKIiHuuili nr Olmstead CONTRACTORS and RENO EUKNISJl iliuia untl Knudilui Will mite wii U ol All Work Uuurantwxl for now for all ItfJ inutlit on uny joli IllwafW uiniid i bTKAO ft Ho for the Burn I HASTIE FEED and N t n I TTOUSKS houghl wul Lllwr J w IM jutulv ou ufMtook nod bounlHl by or 1arilcutar aaa un low u llw HOUK tc Attorneys at MHO glrcn to lUI limliMn coo O mdKl n the Ijind at Tiylor Atty Counselor at pntctlnn m Heno line mtjolnlnit eoun Also buy ndl ftenl Katate on attend to the collection or ICjOfllci two doom aoittli of tho NEWS Real Estate CIVIL ENGINEER County HANS ATTORNEY AT S Pciiilims niltl lirnuns for Ilitriilt nnil ImxIiitBB brftm tM iinii utllvu ut Wulilnglon will iiecinl on Main nor the Court HOUSTON Counselor at OHlcu In the NKWS Irlntfng ATTY AT ATTORNEY AT Attorney at COTTOXWOOD Chafte County in nil the CourtB nf the Mi District and utltud to coUuetlousla all rtd gf llf 8TEKLB Beal Iktate Insurance and Collecting A Eeno attention gtvcll to of Wo j intii mill Oltluu twtt iltmn Noulb NKWS Miiln Keren to KiUvln t Physician 43 NorUi llulu nil ralu Imrt all W by fiuiirovMl NOTARY Illallk llylchluiiiiit Mail JUSTICE of the PEACE A Ukcu and iloiu iiromiilly All nuUUn I to hit euro will ut utuuiiiut to with 1U of the rAKKH Acknowludgmirntai fornu niHrrlugo MoCAHTHY Hoeneauil OnuuoenUU i w T i TTamn EtWork ilona wllh and JAKJS4 Boot to Shoe Vinl of Norlh llaln I ft BALK North Hlik but urer Md Uulor   

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