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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 December 1881

r DODGE CITY TIMES, SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., DEC. 22, 1881. NO- 292 TO THE PEOPLE OF WESTERN KANSAS AND THE PANHANDLE OF TEXAS. A: GLTTCK, DKAIXHIN W ATCHE S, C L O C K S and JEWELRY, Has returned from St., Loan With a Large and Well Selected Stock of Goods,' which he is now offering to the Public. " and examine my n&WWCT.p0cv, . mj5J 6 gWN H.M.0LAEK, Notary Public and Justice ofl the Peace, 8PEARBTILLS, KANSAS. Particular attention jriren to business In tbe U. 3. Land Office, uoilecuon promptly aueuii edto. " OLD HOUSE " SAMPLE ROOM, BODGE CITV KANSAS. FEED. SINGER, Proprietor. THE CHOICEST LIQUORS. WINES AND CIGARS. MEAT MABKET., FRED. MARTIN His recently refitted his shop, near the depot, enabling him to handle larger quantities of mtH In his enlarged stand. TOE CHOICEST COB FED BEEP always on haud. FRESH SAUSAGE AXD CORN' BEEF the best In the market, Olre me a call. ' DodzeCity. Kas. nollj OSCAR TRETAELEE, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, (John Mueller's old stand.) DODGE CITY 'KAN...

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. — 22 December 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES ...- Subscription. $2 per year, in adrance. i, . . .. .. NICHOLAS B. KXAINE. EDITOR. that En: ix hetiileueu. OllttlrrhlMn-ntwtiantlio CT.rl-tmal Kic, Thai ll-fl err. draws near. Ami rwry loii-o 1 full of caserne, A nd el cry beart of cliccr: Wbn tin. warm Arcllirlit 'gainst the outer ml5 A happy picture draw Of rb!ldrr:t mtthiTlnir In oojr rooms, Waltlnxfor fcanta Clam: Of etpnrrron that boar strange fairy fruit, All"l fHl WtlOM IrntllCbCS JflOW Tbc burnlnir vanillic; or of rooms wbere bmur Tbc ctocalnjrs la a row; Mr tuoohts in uack to that fcrtlmo, when frtl This ere on nctblchcm. Where nocks flt-pl on tho lonely open plain. Their rhepbe rjs watcbinir tbefn. Anil lean see airaln that stony jrround. And bear the nhrbt wind slirn. A in hy one Ibneterlafttlnjr stars (Tunic out within tbo sky. And 1 ran see the look of wondetlntr awo On every hardy face, when iuM,iiry that irlory like the sun r-bone all attuut the ptacc. And they became afraid. Hut a clear volco O...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 December 1881

"i THE DODGE CITY TIMES Subscription, $2 per year, in ad ranee, - NICHOLAS B. KLAIXE. EDITOR. A VISIT FHOXST. XICBOLAS. Twas the nlirtat before Christmas, when all thruuirb the houe Not a creature was Ptlirlnjr. not even a raouw: The it tickings were buns: by the chimney with care, in hnrw that St. Xirhnlajiftoon would be there: -The children were nestled all nu In their bed, Tftblloiisionsof suar-plums danced through tbeir beads; .And mamma in ber kerchief, and I In my cap. Had Jut settled our brains for a loojr winter! nap. When out on the lawn there arose such a clatter. 1 sprang: f rum my bed to see what was the mat- icr. Aviv to the window f flow like a l!ah. Tore open the abutters and throw up the Rash: The moon on the breast of tbo new fallen snow aap&luterof mltldar to obierts below: "When what to my wondering eyes should ap pear Hut a miniature tlefirh and elirbt tiny reindeer. Tfflth a little old dtiter. r lively an-i iiuick, I knew In n moment it mut be St. Nick! Mure...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 December 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITV. THUUSDAY. DEC. 2. SUBFCUIITION: niMr;tir, In advance. If. H. KLAIllE.BdIlar ud Pikllabrr. Christmas comes oa Sunday next. We can go to church on that day and all be merry on Monday. Congressman Anderson, of Kansas, intro duced in Ilia House a bill to shorten tbe re riod required (or homesleading public lands to two jean. The Great Send Tribune says. The land buyers are putting in their appearance al read;. A good immigration is almost sure to flock to Ihia county carl in the spring. A case of miraculous cure is reported from Kingston, N. Y, where chronic rhtumatic sprang to her onused ftet and walked at the mere promise of a matrimonial engagage menl with an eligible widower. A Larned man purchased a small band bellow", took it home and told his wife he hail concluded to blow out bis brains, where upon she replied that a smaller-sized bellows would answer the purpose better. m A new law provides that it is unlawful for any dirorced person to marry a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 December 1881

9 f ri 'M THE DODGE OITT TIMES. F. C ZIMMEEMANN, DEALER IX The shipments of merino sheep to Texas, Colorado and other Western Bitten and Ter ritories ia large and rapidly increasing. There teems to be a growing tendency to improve the grade of wool in these sections, and fine wool theep are correspondingly en couraged. Prices rule high for first-clais merino rams, eereral sales having been re cently made by Eastern parties at $1,500 to $2,000 each. It is paid that the Australians hate a Terr stringent law for the eradication of scab in beep. Tbey have the stite scab icspectsrs, whose btuints it is to see that the law is en forced. Brery nhtep owner who discovers indications of scab in his flock ia obliged to notify all flockmastera within a certain ra dius of the fact, and also to port notices in public places. If the disease is not stamped oat within nicety days, the diseased animals lnu-t bs killed. The result his been that scab has almost disappeared from Austra lian fljcka. Gene...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 December 1881

In tip Kitchen. A good housekeeper mar for a rao racnl shrink from rolling up her sleeves, putting on a real work-apron, and tak in hold of the kitchen wort in earnest. Hut not for Ion;r. Tutting one's hamlt to the work reveals such gross neglect, and tho absolute necessity that there would soon have been for a change, far better than any supervision can do. Passing round amoug the work, step ping into closets or storerooms w bile doing some light work for cake or desserts, cannot enable tho mistress to (Mtiraatu tho true way in which her work ii done. One who has not done any rough manual labor for months, perhaps years, may not willinjrly bend lo tne work. If by nny rebuke for care lessness her servants leave her. I'or a day or two, when she first finds herhclt alone, all must sooni strange and the work hard. She will make many mis takes and feel half discouraged. Her hands, longexeraptfromtho rough toil, will be stiffened and sore from handling ironware, tho scrub-brush, or wahln...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 December 1881

HOME, FARM ASP KAKDES. A little salt rubbed on a discolored eijg-spoon will restore its silver tint. Plain Lemon Pudding. Quarter ol a pound of suet, half a pound of bread crumbs, four ounces of sugar, the juice of two lemons the rind of them grated and one egg. To be well boiled and served with pudding sauce. A small quantity of ashes given to pigs while fattening is found very ben eficial, as their food is generally rich in phosphoric acid and deficient in lime, The Curs Couldn't Kill Him. Frank Kemp is a genius, physically speaking. It will be remembered that Frank was thrown from the trucks of a car on the St. Joseph & Western last spring. He had been in Kansas and wa on his way home. Being out of money, he undertook to ride on the trucks, but fell asleep and then fell off under the wheels. When the train got through with him, he was in a very de moralized condition, lioth legs were crushed into a mass, one of his cars was CUV 11 IllUb, J .... , , which the ashes supply. In ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 December 1881

LOCAL NEWS. Cbarlca lUth U in the city. Tbe court martial at Fort Dodge is (till in progress. Services both morning and evening next Sabbath t Union church. Mrs. Dr. MiCarty returned yesterday from a Tiiit to friends In the East. A number of emit end residents were in the ciiy this week raying Uxe. Christmas aod New Year'a toys, in end less variety at J. Collar's, the blue "tore. County Attorney Sutton attended District Court in Hodceman coonty this week. J. Collar has 11!5 feet of more room filled with holiday goods. His holiday stock is immerse. There will be Cnriatmas services at Union church on Chrialmas eve., to which all are invited. The first hundred perrons that buy of J. Cellar during the holidays will receive a bandsorne present. toys and giile go and ee Uncle Jake Col lar. You can find a nice holiday present at bis store. I'arlic wanting building stone can get a gool quality, uai their orders filled by applying to 0. M- I'eeon. You never did see such an immense selec tion...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 29 December 1881

c DODGE CITY TIMES. I SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., DEC. 29, 1881. NO. 293 u. T. C. OWES, PHOTOGRAPHER, DODGE CITV, KAS. Uemi and Photograph uken at the tent on j the south aide, of the railroad track. decs H. M. GLAEK, Notary Public and Justice of the Peace, 8PEAHETII-I.K, KAXKA. 'Articular attention slvi-n to busmen in the U.. Land Office. Collection! promptly attend ed to. . OLD HOUSE SAMPLE ROOM, DODGK CITV., KAJfSAS. FEED. SINGER, Proprietor. THE CHOICEST LIQUORS. WINES AND CIGAKS. MEAT MARKET. FRED. MARTIN Ilaa recently rcatted his shop, near the depot, enabling him to handle larger quantities of meat in hta enlarged stand. Till: CIIOICEHT COMrEDBKIF always onhanil. Fl:!II S.CAGC ANl COKV HEM' thebestlntheinjiket. Ulve, me a call. IlodieUty. Kas. novK DODGE HOUSE Pricp $2 Per Day. FIRST CLASS,' IN EVERY 'RESPECT AND FOR TRAKSIESTICUSTOM EXCLUSIVELY. First Class Livery, Feed and SALE STABLE IN CONNECTION with this house. Cox & Boyd, Proprietors. OSCAU TKEVALLKI.. BOOT AND S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 29 December 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES Subscription, $2 per year, in advance. NICHOLAS B. KLAINE, EDITOR. A WJS1I. If I couM n-l the I.ltlle Y-r. 'It)- HnI'P) Ytsu. lb ulnd Ne Year If I could flul blin MUri forth To iwf k lbe ancle-ut trm k Til lirtmr him la m. the I.ltlle Year, Ukc a j-sMler -ith hl ick. .MiO nil rf jmM-n Jrlfffclno?, Anl noihtrur utl or li k, AlMulllhat h'irt oouM fancy, .! all that life could laek. r-bould t,eourluieof the i3d let's- ware, u h n tie. undid Lis iack- The lw-l from out hi trcasuro A millo of jours would whit, .A lid thn -e'd ms -d hlra ,m his way At fiiMnlifht'K fitiHiiK Urokw, And id Klin hurry round the world; Audn-rnMucfUiirlulkd! Zlar&inl Tiiev. Scissor. There it jierhaps no one object in na ture which brings to woman mi much trouble ami vexation as her scissors. live jht rent, of married w omen quar rel with their husbands anil thirteen fT cent, of all women quarrel with their liest female friends over the question Is the word scissors singular or plural' W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 29 December 1881

M THE DODGE CITY TIMES Subscription, $2 per year, in advance. NICHOLAS B. KLAINE, EDITOR. the v;ir YEAH. l!arktrtlhpbHt Th re's jtrief nnd Joy borne mi ibc midnight air. Tliohcnrt bnwi-d down by wef-jht of years ft Mtltmn lillno wear; But thtiM" jut vomlnirou the ncl 1, what glories meet the. Uwl ,., llow jrUil the- bid in Old t art well ami hail with -milks tho Nor' The a-dlo.t amid the scones that Memory's -nnd ni ill. Thtlr ptept, in il-nt ralnesa, bend through Tlmt de rtM hall-. Their Ihes an trcUhfd alonj? tho plain where. mix- anl iy jrnw. And tremblimr lip- 1" s-crtt dwtll on song of lonjr-ofiu. They kneel njrnin at childhood's hrines the pnjersof ollani-iM: They feu Lme'i touch upon tho brow they mourn beside thlr dull; Kutuh! no rn'.rr shall Hope rei.e, or Glory tire the breast The kiiuw but few the morns that rlc ere they lire laid at rest. Yet think not thev ore wholly left to Memory's cheerless vul. . . . Whenmiiitt!ior Earth stow dull and far, her IJjrbM tmrn lnn and iw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 29 December 1881

THE DODSE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THUICSDAY. DEC. 9. SUBSCIUITIO.Vj : 00 per year, in Ktranre. n.H. KI.AIMi:. Editor leudlMllillalirr. Several of the tiusiness houses of Topeka tie cow lighted by electricity. This mil be die light of the fotu re. Go to strangers tor ciisiity, to acqoalntan en for advice, and to relatives for nothing, and you will atoaya have a supply. The latest ihin origtualei in Kansas wai an old malda' supper, hich ataarecent If a.iien at Canker City, and proved quite a suet-ens. The automatic brake nave t(n introduc ed on the Atchison, Tojwka A Santa Fe to take ihe place of the fleam and a'raight air crakes, which hate hitherto been ustd. Pariona ought to be reasonably well satis fied with ber two Iciest sensation', one be ing the prosecution of a woman for the vio lation of the prohibitory law. and the dis covery of a high-toned young lad; who was exi erimenting around among the girls in gentlemen's clothes. Astonishing fertility is clume 1 fcr the soil of Colo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 29 December 1881

1 n i LOCAL NEWS. r; L1-.1...1 a.i ' VI. II. uurrecs on esiauiisueu ouii.j .. the east pait ol town. Thomas Goodman, of Fort Supply, is tii iticg friends in the city this week. As the days begin to lengthen," says the old proverb, "the cold begins to strengthen." Go to Dursnd's and see the many hand some and useful article he has for Holiday presents. Thete is a two weeks' vacation in the Dodge City Public School, commencing on Monday last. Whatever Durand, the jeweler, sella you may be relied upon as being in every respect as represented. The Djdge Cily Flouring Mill continues to run da acd eight, in order to supply the demand for (lour and feed. Lt.Vrdder, U.S. A., Mt yesterdsy for Washinston. D. C. Me made a number of friends here who wish him veil. John Groecdyle, Principal of the Dodge City PublicSchool, attended theS ate Teach ers' Association at Topeka this week. Cigar-smokers are preparing to swear-off. Will the cigarette-smokers swear-cfl! The cigarette-smokers will not swe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 29 December 1881

Concerning llic Care of CiiUdren. I was a xixilor at a house a short tunc njjo xv hero one of the members of the family, a IhUc pirl of four or live years, vras the object of much nolicituilu by her jian-nU. Sh; was a bright anil jirctty chihl, but hail suflea-il from attacks of -'fits" or "xpasnH." tllie immciliale guardians of tlic child secmcil to lie in tvlligctiL (.rrisiblo people, anil I was amazed, while, at dinner, to f-ee the little girl ttrvtil Ihe (same as an adult, with rich and hearty food, including even chow-chow, apple le and coffee! It was no wonder the jxxir little creature bad " fiti,'' or whatever the nervous malady may have lieen tliat was so ilesignaU.il. The ignorance displayed in tho iliet of the child vra too utterly abominable to lie excused, and I was fccanjeiy able to hold my tongue from t;rying out against it. Hut I kmiI raj' conscience in uii.svveriii;; Ihu iiuotion bow I managed to giyt: my little Ixiy his liwk of (.upei h healtli by emphasizing the fa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 29 December 1881

Luxury in New Yort. The luxury and perfection of detail in Xcw Yort ifwcllings is passing into a E reverb. Xowhere in the world, proba ly, is so much time and money ex pended upon the furnishing and orna menting of the homes of the rich as in that city. The draping of curtains has become a distinct branch of art, and every decorator and upholsterer has one or more employees whose sole busi ness it is to arrange in graceful folds the draperies which are now indispensable at doors, windows and fireplace. Kven the banisters must now be stuffed and tufted and draped on cither side with heavy fringe. Ceilings are frescoed and painted in the studios of distinguished artists, and then transferred to the Iioute-. that they are to embellish. Hun dreds of women aro employed, at an ex pense of thousands of dollars, upon em broidery and art needlework which are to adorn the sumptuous palaces in which the rich men live. Paintings, statuary, carvings in stono and wood, the richest fabrics of Fren...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 29 December 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. THE HATSPALL HT KANSAS. At the uKcUlion of tb Congregational Church, lately held in this city, minister mc id interesting report of the rainfall in Kaneae for the laet thirty jeara. Not re membering hi precire figcrea, we may ac curately a' ate that the rain diminished from tut westward, if it Kane Cily it abould be, ut thirty eipht inchea per annum, in Lawrence it could be thirty-eeaen; in To peka tbirry-tlz; in Manhattan tbiity-foar, and t- on, tbe ratio diminishing the more aa Colorado was nearrJ. Then, aa the fires were more seldom in tbe autumn craw, the prairie breeltioc, hedge and grove rilsnliug increased, the rain fall had liktwl-e increav-ed. Tbia fact, by a faithful record kept fur the at e gl.t yrara by tbia minister, sraa put beyood di pule. While be made no attempt at accounting for it, it teem ray to explain. A bate harm prairie wilt hold neither waier nor enow, eatli running and itriltine into ra Tinea and then cfl to rirera. The heavy grM and t...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 5 January 1882

'"""'W'- DODGE CITY SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., JAN. 5, 1882.' "-- K6?!294 s T. C. OWEN, PHOTOGRAPHER, DODGE CITr, KA8. Gems and Photographs taken at the tent on tie south aide ot the railroad track. drcS ff.M. CLARK, Notary Public and Justice of the Peace, 8PUARETII.I.E, KMiU. Particular attention rItmi to business in the U. s. Land usee. uuectlons promptly attend edto. "OLD HOUSE" SAMPLE ROOM, DODGC CITV. KAXSA. FEED. SINGER, Proprietor. TnE CHOICEST LIQUORS. WINES ASD CIGARS. MEAT MARKET. PRED. MARTIN Has recently refitted hU shop, near the depot, enabling him to han lie larger quantities of meat in his enlarged stand. Till! CUOIGEIT COBXFEDBKK always on baud. FKESH SAUSAGE AND COKS BEEF the best In the market. Give meaeall. , DodseCltr. Kas. 1 norW OSCAIt TREVALLEE, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, (John Mueller's old stand. DODGE CITY 'KJaJtSA STOCK RANGE and CAT TLE FOR SALE. AXowntrotfine STOCK KASCII decree to m-ke t chsnre r.l locations, and offers bid UAM.H and o ITTLE I r sale. Goo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 5 January 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES Subscription, $2 per year, in advance. NICHOLAS B..HXAINE. EDITOR. Tin: hoys. There cnmolbe bo ! Oh, dear, the noise! The bole nouso feel the racket: !U bold the kuee of Chris tie panta. And weep o'er llcrtlu'a jackctl Hut nevermind; If eyes keep bright, Atid Umliff rrow tfraljrbt and limber; We'd rather loi (he trWa m bolo bark Than rind unsound the timber. Jfw hear lh top and marbles roll ! The floors on. woo U-tide thorn! And I ruut watch tlie lianlptcr, "ir I know ibe Niys who rlda thrm! loilc well a you dcccnd the stains I often And tbcm flaunted ltr ghostly bo) that make no nola Juki w hen their noise i wanted. The v cry chairs are tied In pair. Ami made tupnuico and caper; nlwlrt rtnU are. whittled out of ntlck; W bat true hat made of taper. The dinner-bell peal loud and well To tell the milkman' Aiming; A nd then the ruh of rt-ii-cur trains'" N't, ail ourcar a-auunnliur. How oft I say: "What shall I do To keep Ihrne childnn oulcij" it I could find a iod ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 5 January 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES Subscription, $2 per year, in advance. NICHOLAS B. KI.AINE. EDITOR. THE lll'TCIIEll. Will Can t r was a butihiT bol 1, Hut would po or n pree, .And then, ill wl it mint Iw told, Quite buuher-full was he. It was not meet that ho should drtnlr, Althmnrh h) meat lived will: Ifcff-blttlnir f- nil rlirht. I think ThU diil l-L'f-hit him 11L He left hi hp It was not riifht Anil Vliwl of sellinjr steak. Tic would t jrsmblinir half the nlhf And many u rasa stake make. Oh! I tter far to W' lit work, A-knocklnir (low n a steer. Than forth to steer and leave his clerk To knock down ca?b. I fear. Jn boji. he yearns to be away. And wenrhinir sirloin loathes: lle'il rather with his comrades stay A sirloin of his tlothea. "Thus William went from bad to vpw, Nnca-hwasln his till; J It gold no thorn, drink was hiscurso. Chop-fallen quite was Will. "Tpon Will's flank tho landlonl pressed. Anil brisket-uiched hi store: Will took leir luiiL. with amruiihed breast. And never wm seen ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 5 January 1882

THE DODSE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. JAN. 5. S UBSCBirnON : 12 CO per j(w, In adrance. r. B. K UainE. Editor andmbllsber. BICHES HT THE QBAZINO BE- QIONS. There ia no country in the world that can boast of so man; rich men, in proportion to in population, m the crazing districts ol Texas. Oar stockmen an growing rich I aster than any otLer daro of citizens, and the lime will eoon come when we will boast of aa man; millionaires aa aome of the Eaafein States. Southwest Texaa has more men worth from $1,000,100 to $3,000,000, all made bj slock raising, than acj other part of the crazing world. She boiets of her cattle kings. O'Conner, Stafford, King and Kenned could each count out more than a million, and some of them three time that amount. Their possessions of land are almost as large a some of the New England States, while their cattle will ag gregate over 200,000 Lead. Ther are self made men; ther hare had confidence in Texas lands and cattle. Men worth half a million can be ...

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