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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - October 10, 1872, Hutchinson, Kansas                                COUNTY SEAT OF OCTOBER derated prlnc lilodrilutchlnson Uii ArktuM Pnbllnhttl In the Sent of Itcuo Terms of SnWrlTfttolK Htnile 4 In Six 6T W An excellent mlVerrlflinij Antes o Advertising made known on The onlce la well Mocked wftlt fl aptrn JoblilltK anil nil klllcla at in only but will tie uxecnted wit HtTonekn solicited from nil or Hi County mid having for Its ohjict lo pliie Ihe great nditmtftRps of our Immediate Kuctfi a proper tight before the pcoplu Ttic publishers wfll promptly nnd frnitkly an an letters of Inquiry on the ofpeonl to locate In this or will rule auch Inrjulrcra to parties who will cordially Air Hie deslned fc mil 1972 CAHTLBTON AND This embryo village Is becoming some Scarcely n travtjicr comes into Hntchinson for the pulpiebf who Is recommended to visit Castlcton nnd vicinlfy before settling else So often had wo braird such ref enccs that u short tlmo buck we paid tin notorious little plneo a Wo round It Immediatey on the bunks of the Nvmiuscnl twelve miles u little ivcst of line south from The roiid lending irtrtXh hiro is well wild toeautiful The country on nil the Is of the most beau tiful description It is and well watered The are perfectly delighted with their locations and their Clistleton Is visible four miles this i though you dont descend Intoviilley mi miles of the embryo As yet only two nre built on the town though there are sbveriil iii ltlie Immediate town off regularly nnd xmiprises KO scresOf His boimded on the South by he Munncsciih Water may be by dirriiijr from tjirce to ten The liufi slflpes to the rivdr and Ql Uie same charncter the country around for it Is being taken up wllli fapiill The valley of the will soon teeming with people like the valley of Smith U now at Hie head of Ciis anil Is a very He lias great fuitirin Custleton and The Nenncscali rfccr Isa beautlflil ttBbeilla ivilll Hrm hrlgiit golden Ito is as limpid us over from hnmntain and the home of myriad of niutll lite oAltitfpvetPD I and doiibtless Jiuve a princely time the SDiarlaniuials fl When at trow saw a very excellent replpn After iiiomiUng the plateau be the Nenescah thu land Is lw unsurpassed Thlsrlch plateiuU Of great to thirty days Imprisonment they balk they argue with encli nncl elthc aeqtilt the drover or tllsngree hopelessly Thelawls too stringent lor the humane jli It It too atrlrigctit It kndlieiidu the In onforu Ing It In siich n county as tlilsi iiii Ifsryey ntnl some other eoitntlcs where the pcopli iitc slr6igly prtjudlectl ngnlnst drovers tin ease is AVe believe that the ought to he altered with regard to the Iniprlsomncni We believe that the matter of Itn prlmniAnnt otight to be led with the Jury and In Unit until It conviction will bt very dilllcitlt In any ordinary We know that the Texas cattle disease is it great mid llmtllie ease nccilci i strong but the legislature went too It aimed lo strike terror into uicl Ili consequence It passed n law that cant le enforced In ohclmlf of the prose and Is therefore a lend letter to a considerable Fortunately frost will oon be here which will destroy Texas or Spnnleh aiid the Urst of November vhcn the quarantine is iiy next sea on it Is to be hoped that the legislature will make some changes In the law so Unit tcan be Jt is to be hoped that an alteration will c tniide with regard to the liuprisometit so that when a jury llnds u drover he must not nccesarity be sent to nil for This Is perhaps the only Iteration and until it is made the awwlll be tosome extent u Perhaps many of our readers do not ftilly lie rapid strides now being made y this gigantic About two years ago oiir citizens celc mtetl Ihe completion of the road to this The short piece of road In op only sixty hasdone a id biuslness from that day to blnce nit time the gap has been tilled between Uchison and thus giving them le advantageof the splendid connections liutcrlngat the former In addition 0 there has been built westward from nearly four hundred miles ellunt which commands the entire nide imiltnilllc of the great Southwest if within a lew months from Iliis ils giXiit thoroughfare will bo doing a irire share of the eanying business lor nlnruUo mid Xetv Tlie directory live never been niggardly of means or Notwithstanding the stringency 1 themoney and the enormous in iron ami hey have ver hesitated but have stead y pushed forward the until they w have In operation OIK of the best tads In the The business of the iud has steadily until at the they are tillable to procure illiug slock Jiist enough for their de and are obliged to lilre from other We are proud to say that our city is contributed more business to roail ittn any other point on the as the re Ipts of the Company A large Hire of the success of this great cuter ttAMBLIMQ Oetllitf Conntr Bnct IU prlllnl Aftcran absence of Wo ttionms tied by reason of sickness thirty ybnrl hppolntcd 1 return to falls Invigorated and confident Wo have the the water and the cli mate that suits those who desire homes In Tliu settlers on it are vV nllcs for liiBiber njid when if the coujdget them in twelve provoked driven I tniiu Informed us that he had lot of cattle In Sedgewlek which he could noi tiring homo on account of the Texa The ptiple all along the Nennescul think that the Cattla Act should be string Froinjill we seen andean enfletoli Vo tliliAc tie a stlrriiijf country It has the lo the the We learn that BSQOII the brldtront WiU city Is llulsliw mail eervlcii will iiu liiddlutely pommence from Balliiu via wij to predict that ere eighteen months will will bij In iistrnetlon along the same ii who settles on this In our will lilt the null on Ihe THE The law establlslilng a Texas cattle quarantine In this county oilong 6th fy bus elicited nVueliatleiitloli IH thin city for lomo inouthii Kvery clay mom or less cattle arc driven Into tlio quarantine The settlers luid ocpjsloiiully get out a warraiit and arrest diwur or As many iw four ilravore have jiitu town Their ijefeiicu Is tnvarlnbly that they knew of no did not hitond to wereIbl lowliig the beaten Their de portuient U gonerajly very duty ex press grout anxiety to get back to their and insist upon Immediate In ilwrt Bitch U their defence and bearing thut of thejury vm however guilty they li next to theimiKissl ThU is on account of the Imprison luent cluuse hi Uie IWt Wind Uuelug I Is to the untiring industry of General Manager of the id we that litpossejsscs con lencc ofthe ontire Board of e Is ably assisted by 10 now and igetit and Faglin The great bulk of the Immense cattle isiness of the SnulHwest Isliow done by is for every facility is Lust no less than seventylive ears if were sent The grade of the road from this city west Is so engine can do the work of two ipntii licit to eonscijiieully tills city Is Itii rtufof the most Important dl vitlon on the A number of engines ury keptlien forward freights from file wcstvimd to this point oil tlifir riHirn from tlie thousands offreight to our mcrclmntBand This qonipiiny Will soon nia elilhe and ciii shops to supply the nccessi ties nl the and from the character of the diHcrcnt divisions of the and the are best jfill thejnie for We under stand that the directors decided at their re cent not to make such location until next This Is probably a wise season is too fur advanced to lo iiiiiuh this and unless they arc must he taxed heiivlly to carry on the work us they Intend to do the coming Kansas has every reason to be proud of this great stretching from tin northeast to the through the entire length of the No other road Is so entirely a Kansas or lias done so much to develop the boundless rcsourciS of our noble 0 Jhoabovearticle Jrom that vvideawake mid newsy Emporlu will be of inkrest to our The matter of grades alluded to by the Important part in tliu con sldcratlon of the division Thu grade from to Alchlsoii s 10 feet per The maximum from Ciuporlii lo Hntchinson Is 110 feet per anii the maximum grade from lliitchlnson vestwurd Is 15 feet per That on 10 portion of the line the above mentioned does the grudo exceed he above mentioned It will thus c seen tjitit Kmporla jllutcliinson tiro iii upmyipiluto pljiccsllir Uiylslou heiul liechusb uu eiyjliie1 eiiii haul iiioro ure between this place and the Suite Line him It can from here and more romhere Lo Kmporla I him between Kinpo Thews facts must have j the There are more people locating within twenty miles of this town than In any other section of If aifcl there arn very many of them coming with trains and A much larger proportion than Is usual In a new country have snftlcleiit means to establish themselves and permanent Improvements are com menced In every It Is R com mon remark among strangers that our homestead settlers are the most enterpris ing and substantial class ot pioneers that a new country was ever blessed With such a country and such n success Is nnd another year of harmonious vigorous action will give to our town and Reno county such an im petus as will surpass the anticipations of most It Is of course Impolitic to prematurely announce plans which may enter Into the uturuof this but strangers may rest assured that many active brains and busy hands are uniting In enterprises which will be ofgreat value to this town and Mail routes arc already estab Ished north and south of and senIce vlll soon bo placed upon Our bridges and our oUity buildings are al known to worth to the county norc than they and tlie systemof cross railroads which was laid down In the Irat Keiio county circular published by the mderslgncd is nearer construction ban many people The most marvelous work of the day Is he regeneration Thufire ed the world with astonishment and and brought from the four quar crs of the globe such spontaneous and jencrons contributions as before ilcssed tlie hearts of a siiflerlng and be rildcred But in a Western is in a youthful Theres no mien word as Having provided for the Immediate busi ness necessities of last tlie people glrthid themselves to task of rebuild and determined that the injw city should even surpass tlie They estab lished fire limits within which no wooden building can bo They Obtained an appropriation from Congress to erect the most elegantgovernment building hi the United which will cost six or eight million They secured a special law by which imported articles used In rebuilding city are admitted free of Those who were absolutely unable to build business houses in the stylo by the occasion sold lots to capitalists from other while funds to loan poured Into the city from all the nioiitcd centers of the The re sriltiMhilt over have beenex pended In the erection of permanent build ings during is the anniversary of tlie greatest confla gration uvcr witnessed by Tlie total number of permanent buildings erected Is at an averages cost of over In addition to these buildings Is a vast number of smaller and wooden build including thousands of elegant resi Never before have 1 seen so many residences building in Chicago as ut the present The viUJt expenditures of thi season have created such un abund ance of money among laborers and me that they have built extensively for A Prize Mulch nclween Fire Vonnj Indies of Mew f from the Ncir Vork J The swimming festival at the foot of Fiftyfifth East pre sented a scene of excitement nnd curious Incidents not frequently witnessed at bath ing The festival was gotten up for the purpose of testing the proficiency fof the pupils of the who dally ttsicmolc around tlie premises to struggle lor fame In national There were three swimming matches for prizes varvlng from contributed by xwtinmlnu master of Ihe The first was a contest between six handsome young ladies of peculiar ambitious and salt The start was given by llcvslch at fifteen minutes to three The six yomm female adventurers stood In bathing cos tume on tlie beneath the rugged Their mimes were in follows Miss Katie In bllie bathing with showy tasselcd fringes Allss ill black and white suit Miss In red Jliss In red Miss black and white fringes and Miss in gray with light bor The llrst plunge of the luir ones In to the rapid sream was watched with much The boat around which they were lo turn was rocking In the tidal cmrent about four hundred feet from the or pretty nearly In the center of he Miss Allen und Miss after recovering from the cflecU struck out boldly ahead of the The next in iront were Misses Cohen and Miss Sltgcl apparently lost power before the boat was yet MlssBrodcrick struck In about this time with steady The three others failed to breast the breakers in the center of the and bad to be tuken aboard the Katie Allen swum vyilli Miss Brodcrick very close un til the two fldr disputants reached the bathing landing in a state of nervousness and Ucyslch proclaimed Ka tie Allen thu A gold worth about was the but she seemed to forget this amidst the numerous smiles and congratulations that awaited her on Miss lirodorick was also awarded a gold ring worth about The second match was one of less Inter est than that of the The contest ants in tills were the eight hearty young fellows who bathe dally in the Their names were as follows Charles Maurice Stern and Ferdinand a schoolboy stripling ubont won by about two Urownskycamelii and George The current was too strong for the young ath and over half bad to betaken aboard the boats hi the center of the The parents and friends of the boys were seated on the rocks and on the platform near the and no small share of anxiety as 16 the result of the con The third and best match was between ten sinewy whose names Were us follows Charles Samuel John Eiiill and At ten minutes to four oclock the signal Tlie heat of the sun was grow ing less Tlie breakers were be coming stronger and the current more nip They were to swim to Blackwell s Island and back again to the Six directly across tlie Four took oblique according lo the ing of tlie anot dccr on the police stuff of the Nineteenth showed great artlslc dexterity In in bis method of fie first al lowed himself to be drifted by the current until he was directly opposite tlie foot of the and then swam straight across to the took u more systematic Breasting the tide up the river as far as Sixtieth he withextraordinary iviplility down with the and iviicbcd Black weirs Inland before any of the others were within one hundred yards of AJI eyes IVrilfe from the mu sic and a loiul cheer was given as he could bs niciiii wbllo htiliadacoimpllshid a crossing was now paddling buck at u lively the stewards boat accompanying The backward courses of both men were In totally different manner Gn bleiuim swiuu past tlio island and thru 1 wandered through ihp business portion of Chicago for un hour or lost In wonder und The ordinary progress of u western town or how ever rapid It may Is of course no mar vel to My first visit to Chicago v as nineteen years when the city was ab solutely without u and hi riding down tin principal streets thq vviitwspirted up between the planks us our omnibus wheels rolled over nnd In what are now the most valuable business portions ot the eliy teaihs were frequently to be seen stuck In the fathomless mud of the prairie Since a visit to Chicago months bus to keep truck of the progress of Hint city wbioh has been so constant und The lire swept away nearly every build ing of prominence or great and left only the well paved The wooden pavements did not and greatly M the surprise of ull are aa good as But now there stand upon those streets building liter block after mile after mile of buildings us substantial and cosily us money can They iise red white Milwau kee brick rcsscdjimd brick hand They USB wind stoncvllme magnesia Jollet Medina Cunuda Kansas graniteand marble sUmo reut weight In the llnul locution of divisj blue and Iron Is nnd Ilio erection of round houses and ijacliliio jlstancfl from Alchison to Is 11J nnd from o 41utchliison These are the icst distances that thu situation of towns struck across Iii a straight while Wol lii resumed his former plan of breasting the and afterwards lloaltng down with the breakers without much About luilf tlic number were now entirely and hud taken refuge wjth the boatmen on the Gate man were still struggling but were entirely beaten by Wolfe and Guble The two approached the bind ing from different starts at an angular Giibleman llrst ami Wolfe about four minutes The match was well Wolfe was supposed to bo the winner by all oil the landing and hut very generously conceded tin honors to alter ushorl Samu el Kupp swum in third and Gateuiun The prizes for the S75 for the and for the a gold ring worth nbont Wolfe and Gublcinun challenged one another for SUM so swim forwarcl to and back from Blaekwells on Sim day There were ninny iidinireis on the platform to greet the men of muscles on tnclr safe IIytti Emlle who hasmar ried Iere llyucinthe in Is reincin hofCjl by mimy persona in New York lind Brooklyn as one who has led u very event She separated front licr hus liufid yenra before his sold a small house mid couple of lots In Brook which ho had deeded to and went with her daughter to travel acting us agent of u patent und endeav oring to act us correspondent to in which lust she wus not Jlenlinan wus converted to Humanism wlillu on this Alter her husbands she relnrned lo Xew In order to obtain monty on un Insurance on his he had presented to her during tluilf irnirrlwl mid which sho hmi kept lulu up while While hern she became reconvened to The Tree of One of the great historic trem of II world has Jtwt disappeared through an a of motives for wliljli It Is n tefly Impolislble to Every gtndei of history will remember the story of tl Neche or Night of when the Infuriated at the disco ery of the fell designs of the Spaniards HI der Hernmidn the rppresentalh fllllbiutcr of all assailed his force wll Indescribable cut It to and a most siiecedpil in cutting oil tlio few su vivois In their escape from the City o Mexico by tearing up the emisewny wide led the shallow waters of tlie lak to the In the direction of Chu The hemmed In o all and lighting hand to hand wit energy of forced their wa nlong the step by b throwing the bodies of the dead Into th gaps of the succeeded at lust I dragging their artillery over them am reaching the solid wonnii disheartened and mi der a great cypress neniwhere th Garitu de Sun Cosmo in the walls ol th city was subsequently and thcr rallied the rnnnant of his forces for the re treat towards where he found tin who subsequently enabled him ti reduce the city to This tret win hold in great reverence by the Mexi both by and Indian descent and a clmrcli mis erected by It In comnum oration of tlie event which occurred there The Tree of stood green anc though large sections of its gigantic trunk wiro until last when some vandal filled the cavity with rugs saturated with set them onlire In the and ut dawn only heap of smoking coals marked the spol where this great hisUirlu landmark bin Private letters received from the City of Mexico suy that the greatest in dignation was awakened there by the das tardly and the Government ant the Historic Society had altered rewards for the discovery of tlie perpetrator of San Francisco Rrseucil from n Andrew a about twenty two years of a resident of Carson hearing that his was held In durance vile in Utah Terri by a Mormon to whom she was a man having two other left Mottsville some three months since with tlie Intention of rescuing his sister trom the clutches of the Lords Anoint Arriving in he stopped in San some making believe his pret ence there win merely for the sake of pay ing Ids sjster a in order to allay any suspicion that might be raised In regard to his real At tlie time tho Mor Conference was being held in Salt Lake he prevailed upon the man by whom Ins sister was held to let bis three wives so lie culled them accompany him Smith to Salt Lake City to attend the Tlie polygumist and the parties to tho City ot Saints by On reaching that placcyonng Smith suc ceeded In getting the two wives of thu man to stop ut the while he nnd bis sister took a ridejuround the poslng to return In a short Leaving the unsuspecting and when be yond he city limits Smith drove ut a rapid rate until lie reached where he und his sister took the care going leaving buggy and horse at Ogden for the owners to recover as best they The happy couple arrived here on Thursday last and and proceeded to Curaon where their parents The young lady was glad to escape from the thraldom in which she wus and the brothers Joy ut ef fecting her freedom knew no Smith savs If this should meet the eyo of his former mute he hopes will come out hero to reclaim or send Brig hum when married to the had come to the country and couldnot speak a word of and being ignorant of the customs of tlie was held an easy Lend In inhabitants of which has hitherto been considered a State depending for Its future prosperity uponIts agricul tural have been gratified by the discovery of mineral advantages peculiar to The object ol their con gratulation Is nothing more thim the fact that they dlscovcd that they possess the most prosaic of nil When and the States and Territories upon hat have rejoiced in the possession of rich auriferous and argenti ferous Oregon hud but little to boast ol In the shape of mineral Her leaden windfall Is therefore considered 11 grout If properly this interest will become of The ore Is very furnishing ftilly sixty per tt Is of pure while the pro portion of siver is The Importance of tills metal is not to he In ad dition to Us uses In the metallic Its advantage in furnishing tlio basis of the best paints is well and the con sumption of the metal In the manufacture of white lead for painters use Is The Galena region has hitherto been prin cipally relied upon for our supplies of this If Oregon can supplement the sun ply she will huve donu well the or herself and RENO COUNTY Wrs I North ttlila Exchange Bought and DEPOSITS COtlECTIIM Vice AM FIRST NATIONAL Authorized Paid in Capital and Does a General Banking MOUK Attorneys at RENO OO gltMitoaliiitisinws eon O Ihf at TtyuiMFiJoJtT Atty Counselor at In Itun und flrilolnlnir conn Also buy and srll Itval Ihtaur nttind to the collection of S3 Oftlco two doors south or SUM Real Estate CIVIL ENGINEER WHOLESALE A FAT BEEF FOUND DEAD at Joshua CowgiUi NEW MEAT Opposite No 20 North Main Everybody call and RUMISEK BOOT AND SHOE One dour Nordi of Hill Inn Repairing nontly All work wariwit Dawes PAINTERS AND OFFICE BOUTlt MAIN ALL kinds philn nncl ornnmcntal iniintittf UniHi with luutnudr uud Work aiiteiil to jjivo Funaerly of 18 PHlitAUEI TO DO 1ItAIK asliionable Dross and Oloak AS us IHnklnif mid fnuoy hi nil Us Alao Work nil Us pliiiu cut und miulu In approved KAN ti4vl H A t1 K H M I T II AND I Wagon Ill kinds of Iron and Wood Work done at ihort Slirrmnii RENO SOLE AGHNT Asbcatos ITlllCK IltOOC anl thuu LJ Warrantiil tint tu Icjifc Ibr one An in llbroiu Turnit by Iwen Hello L1TILL furnlrih Utsf f V tuki niiiku Kbtiinntcs and Jor Jw fl hiwJ unil thvillinjr tin tlu fuel Ion to Quality ut MAOE BARBER HAIRDRESSER Xcxt door to EdwurdasLllDlbcr North Main Ualrcuflinir ahddraMlngUoun In Hie InUMibtylu ul llf itr County ATTOENEY AT Pensions nnd Itounty Ai plicntlons for Intpnis nnd business Un lernl Lund oolce Hi Waaldngtou will special on Main near the Court HOUSTON Counselor at Oflliw In the NEWS Frlnllag ATTY AT i ATTORNEY AT Attorney at COTTOffWOOD Olmie nnicllciIn ill the CourU of tttl DlKlrlct hurt stand lo colleetlutu In of ATTORNEY AT LAW Not ury Kirsl doorinulhof Ilin Ijiml UflMt MAIN CPBOIAti attrition irlvon to at IKM In llw Unltctl Hlntui Land OKI STEELE f Rvul Ktitote Inanranoe and Collecting Pltymtalan 4 Eeno SPECIAL ntlinllon glran o dliu9ui of Wo C nnd Dolce two Mulll T NEWS Itefera 10 Edwin If A Physician a jiortli WILL ultciMl all culli IrrM by the liupiuvnl Carpenter TUG best quality of work dono ill the most ten gonuhlc nnd lljfiirefl udc on ull work Itf CHOW Oc Nil Tllll u Ilic It luifi long been UH nil objiwtlon to HID of natural auluvtlon tliat the n this road adonis for as tho imil Jor nn engine U 100 Tlio The now buildings include an enormous ecent talk about divisions ban resulted soon tolui ccwminccd very oxtcnslvelyused In tlio ami In bill uppcndiigu of railleKiiuko be some Instances as girders and injurious lo the animal by attracting The arehlteeture of the new oily fc KriSl ftytewly tuniid inqet I of tfiv rjitfla Is scarcely illstliigulslmblo KO ulijfiuit and gniccftilj so htirnibnii from the sound made by un Aniiylnm epe reaeh of tho snake tinbirds which nuUl rally feed upon the Thin ho eon be the explunatlgn of tJiemodo blnw are to Ihitter round a tliu proposition of Topcka to vast railway huiro hotels ive fcU WM churches brilliant fheato mulilne The above urlleleshows whjlis the banks mt this mutter Is not absolutely i and buslnest all mi not uiKoiitciy j ana bushiest all ud as Kinjmrla Is offering a large i gruuij total ivjileh makes tho new Chicago wwwewl In j tlioiubstijWidldiy built city In tliu The highest ollleu In tho gift of the gov ernment Is the weather ihjmil incrhitendenoy of Ihe Ion on Pikes few flays ago tbore mis a dlshH named George employed at the Calilbnila restaurant on Montgomery street Krhny with seuree ly n cent In bin poekut or in tho world laday ho is u six in One while rrad utlcntlon was at traeted to an advertisement headed 1er KUilliix that one of his name would Und It to his to address a certain party In Xew TJie iiiinm wits lii nillliir to him und be concluded to iiiiAwer lie did giving his and in dun time received u letter stating that his uncle had died in iVcw leaving nrnpertr to the amount of the had willed U lie mis and could hardly believe Hint the wax trim until It was Upon Hi ionllrmallon he etist oilIds greasy ulolhis and Iornaklng tho sacred pivclncts of Ihe kittlicu lie donned a new rahncni and depurted for his estate in New a richer if not a better There Is u new dlsliwaxher at the jalllbrnla and be is waiting for a rich and Iorgollen uncle to und give him a lie rcud Iernonals with avidity every ItemiirkiiMlc A remarkable mlragit was lately witness ed nt whereby tini iloinc of the cathedral at was made distinctly visible 10 the naked uml by miaiwoln the entrumu I to the 1U tliu i t II hills surrounding the und nelghbor jni finin with wlndovvs ua WuUn mul told tllier mfiiatwl thB wero I J Even a locomotive Plasterer Stone A work iitUmdcd lo mid flf U T O H 13 AND 1IUJflllRTOH City JHeut WrM Itf Olmstead k CONTRACTORS and HBSO NOTARY PUBLI Dlunk a JUSTICE of the PEACE K and Coll iloiu promptly AU maUtn el lo mru will ultenited to wlla i of the rilAKKS collipl foriiui MoCABTHY 4 rr i and fur new Klli mtt cuairucu fur ill klllda uf All Work 111 dune with r Boot Shoe Side of Konb Miiiu fc made on any joh und HodHiirii HASTIE FEED and SALE S T 33 Ij North Sldu Kut tu nil train were wen leuvlnit tho city and tra Ing toward Jliedktanco roni Do j tt MAITK i t r r m In South   

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