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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 17 November 1881

r,f ts DODGE CITY TIMES. SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., NOV. 17, 1881. NO. 287 Half s million sheep have been added to Kansas flocki tbi year. The Govrrnor has designated next Thurs day as a ' of thanksgiving. The result of the Tote in Colorado last week makes Dsnver the permanent capital of the state. There are about 25,000 horses in S. Loot, and about 760 hare died or the disease known an pink-eye within the last two months. The present ccet of a barrel ol fl mi to the consumer is SI to $1 51 more than it waa previous to the recent rise it hrcadstuCs. It fto qui'e cert- in that Jay Gould and hie aociates have disposed of ll'"r enlire interest in the IInnibat and St. Joseph rail- r- Themin 6ht g-rerally through Kanra seernafo hare been on the candidate for sher iff. The c mdidste favoring en:i-probitiiicn reenia to have won. Fall wheat is ltoliing very fine throughout Missouri, Ksnsaa ind Ntlmska. It has had now several weeks ol growing weather, and hv pot a splendid . Min'gooery, w...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 17 November 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. WIS'-CBHTIiiSl ri.)r" Year, laJUiaare. NICHOLAS I!. ELAINE. - Editou. THE ItOVSD OF LIFE. Two children down by the shining strand. With eye aa blue u lb Summer ten, While tbo sinking aua nils nil (be land with ibe glow of a gMn mystery: Laughing aloud at the sea-mew's cr)'. dating wlthjoy on itsraowy breast. Till tin DmiiUr looks from tho evening sky, And the arooer laratrctcll over the west. A soft, mwn dell, by tbo Lrccry sbuni, A aallorlad anda maiden fair: Hand clasped In band, while the tale of yore Is lrne again on tbe listening air Tor lore If young, thonjrb love lie old. And lovo aloiiH tbe bcart can nil: And tho dear old tale that has tern toll In tbe days gone by is spcker still. A trlm-bullt home on a a hellered bar: A wife looking out on the glistening sea; A prayer lor the loTed one far away. And prattling Imi 'nealb tbe old roof-treo; A titled with and a radiant face Hy the open dor In tbe falling night; A welcome borne and a warm euibruco From th...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 17 November 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. i SUDSCmniOSI $i.00 ft r Ttar, la AilTlicr. XICHOLAS 15. KLAINE, - Editor. THE BLUE-BOTTLE FLY. Burzlnir and piy In tho early dawn, 1-rcsh fmm a nap on the parlor wall. Out for a flight over parden and lawn. Fearing no tumble and dreading no fall. Came ally: &, l!ely. frolicsome, blue-bottlo uy: Aud his feet ere as neat. And his ft) lo As complete As his brain Was rcplcto "With tho mischief that laughed in his cjel What jrtor'ous fun I'll havo toiay, When tho Iwilty's asleep and the nurso away; When Koter lie by tho kitchen door: I'll waken them b-th and make theui roar! Oh, what larks!" Crieil the rollicking, reckless blue-bottlo fly; What a err." Said the By, There will bo Alter me. When I've done With my fun I" And he wickedly winked his wee cyo! Then I'll iro and dlnee on jrrandpa's head. While he struiriles to brush me away: And tickle bis car till he'll wish I was dcadl And ocr the table at d.nner I'll play Uack and forth. And fenst on crumbs from ane...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 17 November 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. NOV. 17. SOCSCUIITIOS: S!U per year. In adrance. It. B.KLAINK.BdllornndPnblHber. Tbe ruction gaicet free trade in England it saining strength. In sereral isolated election! for membert for parliament held re cently, the fair traders, so oiled, hare made rains and hare elected their candidate. For oter thirty years England haa tested free trade, bat other nations hare not followed her example. While her market are free to the world she is met by hostile tarifiU in tbe torts of all the foremost nations. In sea. sons of had croi and depressed trade, the dis content shows itself in a clamor for retaliato ry Urifl legislation. But the United Slates need not care. England most bare our food, and we can aflord to get along without her uiannfacturers. Still, if Great Britain should threaten to retaliate, it might hare its eflect in forcing more liberal (weal regulttirn up on other nation. Tbe vitality of the Mormon delusion is very remarkable. The...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 17 November 1881

LOCAL NEWS. Biio.'lnt and snow wratbcr tLe week put. B. W. Evais has cone for a short etay it St. Elmo, Oolo. Biled hay eells t Weft Lis Animas at $20; loose hsy, $15;rorn, 2c Judge Hsrry Gryden w in Kuans City last week, on legal business. Letter Mark) Isa returned lo Ford Ccun ty, snd will rant his for'unes here. Tbe A., T. A S. F. K. K. Co. ire linking an immense ell near the roand boute. Catholic dinne service will be be'd ia tbe Union Cbcnh next Sunday at 10 a. m. W. C. Shino h in ibe city from the moun tains, lie will spend tbe winter in tbe East. There it five feet of imw on the range in Colorado. Let jeir at this time there was 3 and a half of snow. Mice and Jcfl ltolin-on, brothers Sn-law to Sierifl Ilinllc, are in the city vbijng relation-) end fr ends. Sir. Tom Drtper, who has been tuuieatipg in C.lor.dD and New Mexico for the last tiro week?, re'iirned Iwt Friday. Erow.r Una, are owning a luntb rd oyster etaod in the lon B-acch. The O.d House stand is a grind mcv". Dr. M...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 17 November 1881

HUMr, FAItJI A.M) (iAUIICX. It Jiai-Usen jirstty clearly estali-Jislir-l that it iaya thirty per cent, inoru oil the investment to liae fleers iaily for iaarJel at tno years oM than il docs at tliree years. Simple Ocssert. Put e'ght crack lira into a lcpp dish and' pour on (iiiouh boiling water to cover. Let Ilium htand tifi gotked. and then prate ovor tlieni nutmeg and white Migar, vritli wect cream enough to make a uico sauce. --Oy-tcr Tie. Line a deep dih viith puff pa'te. ilrcdge the crust with Jlour. jxiur i:i tlio oysters, reason well with hits of butter, ."a'.t and pcjper, and sprinUIrt (lour over; pour on some of the oyster liquor and cover w ith a crust liavini; an oeninx in the center to al low the etc-im to cseajwi. Ono jiint of oysters will make this jiie. " Apple butwrlsrnade by boilinpr sliced smiles firi-t pared and cored, in sweet cider. 'IheciderNboileddown to about one-half it bulk before the apple aro steivud in it. The butter is packed in l:cs, jars or botth-s, a...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 17 November 1881

In San Antonio, Texas, some young, men, returning home at a late hour, , found a drunken" man in a vacant lot, and, being in a joual humor, they decided to have some fun. One'Of the party produced a pair of scissors, and in a few moments the countenance of the sleeper was so changed that his wife would not recognizo him. His bushy side whiskers were closely clipped on one side, while the hair on the front of his head was cut in notches, leaving lit tle tufts standing up like sentinel nil over his cranium. After the comple tion of their work the young men silent ly stole away, leaving the unconscious sleeper enwrapt in his dreams. What his family and friends said next morn ing has not been ascertained, but itis said his story about being initiated in the secrets of a popular order did not go down worth a cent. . The truly great man is he who does not lose his child-heart. He does not think beforehand that his words shall be sincere, nor that his actions shall be resolute; he simply a...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 17 November 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. THEES FOR KANSAS AGAIN. In rwponse to a request, and at lie rial: of rtptating whit ban alreaJj apjieared in the Indcstrialiit this kuod, re pre the follow icg items, in reference to the tret Iwt ad apted to the climate in the wesUrn balf of cnr State, together with brief hints as to their planting and csihurr. In planting for abetter, and where imme diate reauite are of prime importance we will continue to plant Cottonwood, box-elder, soft maple, and willows. While pltnting these lea ralaabletind for shelter, some better kind ought to be planted for timber and fuel. For tbese pnrj otn, the walnut, honey locust, wage, red elm, white elm, hacaberrj, black locust and green ash, are more or iew tj!u able. and are mUj of moJeratelj riaick growth. The hardy catalpa i giving prom ise of great usefulness Lere, and will proba bly prore worthy of extended planting. On higher ground, the ailanthus is worth more than ordinarily supposed. The Cottonwood and willows are eas...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 November 1881

. L Urf J i DODGE CITY TIMES, d SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., NOT. 24, 1881. NO. 288 1 be raj.it.il ck nl Ihe A tchison, Tope ka ud Seita Fe railroad is now S68.00.), 0J0. The New Yo-k Herald iake the position that at a not ve y remote peril d in ihe future newspaHra will be lurniahed free to lubacri beie. The i'1-io of i on o a U rapidly declining in N w Yor'. Th. se who bought up lalge quant tie- aid held thrui for a rite now bavr heavy bir.len oi ih'ir hand". Ithsebernai.lh.i J w never engaged in aericti'ti.rti pursuit-, but one hundred and 6 ly Jewi-h fanmra arrid from Eirope la-t M-ndey. Tn.y will lid the aoil io Lou siioa ind T x i. A firm r c nn iun was recently hsld ltW.ni.o-, Ka'i.at which wm rtsilved Ibat in injure the exirpa'ion of the chinch bin ahnt s'iouIJ hetealter be excluded from their cro. Prosper, of a s..lii i" the Democratic par ly in Akans, are mo t encouraging. An important imvii-g wis h.ll Tue day at Mi ll. K-cW, wSicb, it la thought, wi.l brioit loot Mich tw...

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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 November 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. M KS-lKirTIUV. ti.H fr Tr, In Advaarr. NICHOLAS 1'.. ELAINE. ElUTOK . 11 K THANKFUL. Let uatbank Itlm ror the rose. w hicb tb unaior acaaon lend; Fort-ahli!adoof rjiM thatarmwa. And tbe eunf bine tbat Ho Beads: Fur tbi- dallc' drift of irt)w. And tbe auntloweri irojden blcld; Forthrtitrawborry-plantatbat anw braaU wbito atare lbroupbout the fields; r-T tbc lhlt!c'inirplc crown. ,Abdihtbiwkwtit'B ellow bond; rorthecrocua In Ha iniwn. And tbe wild Urtf In tno wood: For Ibe nillkwccd. iilllinK out All Ita hoard of allkcn akclna: For tbc brook I bat alna- and about Louder alter beary raliu: For tbc alar tbat nlirbtirnac, All tbc bc4TC-n brtraminir: rrtberliililntbe klc. And tbe cricket' brirulnr. Thank lllra for the red lcar irlow. For tbc cine s lncreu. For tbc promise ot tbc anoir. And tbc wide world 4 Icnael Jdra S. I'rtfvU. The Kansas Pacitie Kailroad engineers discovered it and some papers which show the fate of the "lost Montgomery train'' which came south fr...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 November 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SrBSCBlPTlOS: 2.00 pr Tear, la Adrian. NICHOLAS B. KLAINE, - Editor. THE mtST TUAXKSGIVIXG DAY J. IK 2022. -.nd now, aldthe Governor, gazinjr abroad on the pilrd-up store Of J til shcnvef that dotted the clearings and torered the meadow) o'er.. TI meet th it we render praise because of tbHj fold or grain; Tlsmett that tho Lord of the harrest bo thanked for Hfs sun and rain. -.And therefore, I. William Bradford (by the prace of (Sod to-day. And ihefnmchUfofthU sood people), Gor- ernori'f IN mouth. Fay Thn" tlrttiuof vested power ye shall gather with ne accord. And bold. In the month N"o ember, tbankv st inx unio mo ioni. He hath granted u peace and plenty, and the quiet we ve oufrbt so Ion: He bath thwarted the wily saragc, and kept hi in from dtinir u wronir: And unto our Keut the fHihem shall be bid den, that he may know Ve worship hi own Great Spirit who maketh the harvests grow, So shoulder vour matchlock, masters; tbre ! hunting of all den-ec: And fHhcrman....

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 November 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THL'KSDAY. NOV. 21. bUBSCUIPT10': iWnryir, In advance. H. B. KLAINU.Ktlilur null lublilirr. NEW BAD.KOADS PKOJECTS. There ia mania for jrojclicK new Hue ol railroad througn Kana, ami especially through Uie eoutbwwicrn rtion of the State, ostensibly to nich the grazing fields of the wen', the mine of Mexico and New Mexico. Last week we mentioned a project -l,trl, u designed to run into Clrk couniy, iwUowweUTt a similar project but oDe more faTorable to Uodce City, the latler pro ject dignilj ing thi. lily with a branch from the main line, uooge wij ""p '" "" plane of there propwtJ etterunse may jet reap an adrantage. h iuiw evident that another railroad line will b; e.ttblislieJ in tbi vicinity, anJ the diudTantagta avoid--.1 I., maline- Dodse a terminal point. T,ie two giat combination of the country, one beaded by Jay Gould and the other by the Santa Fe road, will protect tbeir main linn from the encroachments of these local pro ject, U (wallowing ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 November 1881

LOCAL NEWS. Many Mieeoori cattle in being brought iota Emm to winter: H. W. Cremwell cuu in Tuesday, and hii gone to Kmm City. Overcoat!, all aixes, for boy from 5 yean up to 60, at M. Collar', Preaching at Union church both morning and evening next Sabbath.. Building ia going on a naoal in Dodge, and is likely to continue all winter. This ia the time to plant trees, before the ground irecxe. riant them deep. The best assortment of all sorts oi Shoes can always be found at M. Collar's store. Jos. E. McAdams returned last week from a few weeks visit to his old home in Illinois, The corrugated iron sheets are being put on the new warehouse of Wright, Beverley A Co. The Hasnard Bros, closed out ihe last of their sheep on Saturday, having this season disposed of 18,000 head. Co. M, 4th Cav., Capt. Callahan, arrived from the Caotonement on the Canadian, on Monday, and proceeded to Santa Fe. ETorrey and family arrived from the East on Sunday, and have taken their de parture for their camp...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 November 1881

Another Surprie. The great bank defalcation in New- I bands of one man. Succumbing to , temptation, this man lias betrayed his uio great oank oeiaicaiion in ae-A- ,rust and ha, mi3a,,pr0prJatcd the mon. ark, Ji. J., is another illustration of the - cr And veU , hectors of t!ie bank unur.jr uuuiuuon-iuc w.ij m uuimy are shrewd business men.-A'. '. Times. men. An old ami prosperous banking institution naa uecn ruined by mo ao.-uv ilomuent I their duties by the JJirectors of the bank. TSio theory of the man agement of a sound bank is that the drectors know nomcthing of the affairs and accounts uf the institution with whose management they are intrusted. Jk'onr and again, like athundcrlioltfrom Children's tWunie, American ideas hare been accepted abroad as tho standard for children's clothing, and thc.Amcrican kilted l'rin; ccsse dress as one that can hardly be improved upon. From this there is I - .1 .1 . ..1 . . w i .i. '.,... i. i.: . oniy one appeal, mat is to me "dcr- bank. Then it...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 November 1881

Care 'Of Tonng Animal!" 1 DlU'PtntCE's " relleta" little IIwrFin (sumr-coalcd) Durlfr the blood, speedily , . . , . , , ,,: i correct all disorders ot the Hrer, stomach This is a fit topic for consideration. uj bow,u. jir druggists. The young .animals .being weaned I , . and delrtvtd 'of their mothers' milk, the iPiuna.to we your mill goes awful most-appropriate food for their growth stag" "SJSSSA and health, the art of ' man now come ,eJJnd , ii Ion? do jeu thta into practice in place of natural in- ' j0roulddoit, raylail" ouoth the miller, stincts. The young animal mnst be fed, ' tm 1 darted to death,'' answered ta andiu food chosen and apportioned for boy. it. TlilMhouM bo done with propriety. Tn'rlwli. Hotel St LonU Mo If the food is not prcci-ely right, no ex- I The -we ""' '' i0BIS ao ce.s of quantity will make up for defect I Mcssr9. j. l. Griswold and W. F. in that respect. In fact, excess of .man- gperry, well-known and experienced tity will bo a serious error, although the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 November 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. FRUIT IK WESTEBN KANSAS. Larned Optic Practical experiments in the coobUm next east of Pawnee b clearly demonstrated lb at all the imall fruits, soeh an raipberrin, CooMberrin, blackberries, currants, grape, plates and ptacbes, can l successfully and profitably grown in this acction, and wtaereT r (bade and protection from the hot, dry winds which for greater or lea periods blow from the south and southwest every rummer, baa been prorideJ any of three fiuiti, ther hare yielded abundantly. Eren when the groend ia moist the effect of these wind in rery injurious to the young, tender fruit treer, dwarfing their growth and sapping their vitality, so that they are left in poor condition to withstand the changeable tem perature of the winter month, and if they curriTe, come out in the tpring, sickly and feeble. These polnta being tettled, the next one for consideration is, what kind of protection can be obtained with the least trouble and eipcnse. Practical experienc...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 December 1881

sSfo ts, DODGE CrTY TIMES. a SIXTH TEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., DEC. 1, 1881. NO. 289 A h There never was such a cattle breeding country as Texas. The estimated number now there ii 4,464,000 head, valued at $39,- 610,320. Prices are unually Mgn. Within twelve months Atchi-on will have three railroad route to the Rocky Moun tains, the A., T. & S F. road, the Central Branch, and the Burlington and Missouri Biver, Farmers should profit bj the experience of the drouthy years, and invest mora of their capital in stock, instead of depending altogether on straight grain raising for the marke'. The uoftoffice department has conferred authority on postmasters, not possessed be fore, to correct misdirected letters when pos sible, and forward them, instead, aa has been the custom, of sending them to the dead-letter office. The Danford banks in the town of Cald well and Hunnewell, Friday last closed their doora and impended business. The erase was a lack of currency o meet a run which had been m...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 December 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. scr-smnniM t;.oo rr tvcr, in i(ntN NICHOLAS K. hXAlSE. - Editou the man who cared for xo- 1SODY. Thin ! the Mmir the miller aan;, . The aeltlah miller of Iee: I can for nfjliody. no. uot I, And nolKwIjr crei for me." He ate ami drunk, itti'l worked anil alcpt. Money and land hud be. Hut nera poorer mortal ftcpt Than the ulCnh miller of Dee. The tllajre mald crew pood an i fair. Hut th crew uot near hi life: 1114 noirtb-loneonly hel'l one chair llehadnorooin fur h wife No woman'! f cmtstrp quick and Ifcrtt Came 'own the nilent stair To Mess him every mora and nlffht With klases unaware. . The t UUuro lids and tastes knew The f harm of the old mill-rare; On, what a hnppy little crew lt made It their pla vliiR--pUcet Hut noneor th' m tllmbeil the rclller's l(M-e When the etching shades felt dim; lie cared for nttb-wlv. no. not he. And nobody cared for blm. Si he Ural alone, ho hnl no kin; And Inalltho countrj- le There wasn't a mortal c-jred a pin Whether he Hied ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 December 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SUBSCBirTIOX: (2.00 pr Tear, la Aduotf. XICHOLAS B. KLAIXE. Editor. PEOPLE WILL TALK. You may irct throush tho worli, but 'twill be very slow. If you listen to all that Is said as you 20: You'll bo worried, and fretted, and kept In a stew Fur meddlesome tonjues must havo some thin? to do. And people will talk. lfnulctand modest, you'll have It prcsum-d That your humble position Is onlv assumed You're n woir In sheep's clothing, or else you're u lool: But don t pet cc ted keep perfectly cool For people will talk And then. If you show the least boldness of heart. Or a slight Inclination to take your own part. They iil cull younn upstart, conceited end vain; But keep straight ahead don't stop to ex plain For people will talk. If threndbarcyourdress,orold-fashIonedyour hat. Some one will surely take notice of that. And hint rather strong that jou cant pay your way; But don't pet excite!, whatei er they say - For people will talk. If you dress In the fashion, don't ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 December 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. DEC. 1. SUr.SCim-no.N : 12 GO per jeer. In adrance. ff.B. KUINE, Editor mdPnblUhtr. THE COAL BUSINESS. Erery winter lh Cual question is retif- cd. Wert ibe supply 01 coal eqml to the dcmuid tht price ol this essential commodi 17 would not be under Krft eonsideraiion. Tbe consninption of coal is becoming Rrest er ertrjr year in tbe New Wes t, by reason ol tbs settlement of tbe country, and the coo (traction of railroads, in J tbe increaseJ de- maud is hardly met by the opening of new ccal mines; wbicb, however, are pri greasing at a fair rate, and these stw mine will khxi rapplj the increasing demand. rjirikea also bare checked coal mining, acd have render ed tbe difficulty of obtaining ceil at times when consumers and dealers dt sired to lay in winter suppliw. There is an immediate local eupplr on hand, but a few carload is sufficient to meet temporary dtmsnds, br ing parceled in email lota, tlioi iqualiiing wants. But let (here appear a e...

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