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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 April 1882

LOCAL NEWS. TI3IE AB1.B-A., T. & I. V. B. R. DEPAUIUEES FUOM DODGE C1TT. UOIXO WXSI. OOIXO IAST. Passenger.. ..S:10 jn. Fustagtr.. 1:33a. m I'asaengrr....3di.m. rassengtr. 12:1s p-ni Immigrant. ...7:40 a.m. i.mlgrant..lWS a,m. Through F't li;10 I'm. Through r'l SJii p.m. Way 1 relght iM a. m. IV ay 1 relght 4JS a m Henry Sturm' warehouse is about con pleled. Fred Singer U making the chop hou-e a success. Barefoot boys and maibles in the 6,ring of the year. Harry Gryden has resumed the practice of law In Dodge. Col. Jones, County Attorney, is able to at'end to business. The weather on Monday shook up people generally. The wind was a grand ehsle. George Batch, Sheriff of Chase county was in the city yesterday on cfficial busi- J.'T. Whitelaw acd family will occupy Mr. FroSi's residence in the western part of the city. Rev. Mr. Allison, a Baptist minister, will preach in the Union church on Sunday, tbe 30th inst. Judge Beverley, returned last Friday from . ;.t in h'u sons' cattle r...

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. — 20 April 1882

Until recenUy the city of St. Louis bu had two "Carolina" avcnuej, three "Caroline" avenues, and two "Caro line" streets; three "Clay" streets and two "Clay" avenue", three "Elizabeth" streets and one"Klijsileth",venue,seTCn "Main" streets, three "Miller" streets, three "l'cnroe" streets, and three "(Jrand" avenues, and anv number of "First," "Fourth," "Fifth," and "Eighth" streets. The duplication has made no end of trouble, especially to the pott-office authorities, and the nuisance haa been removed, the City Council having passed an act chancing the names of some 200 streets, and le- larinp, that hereafter no street shall liavo more than one name and no two xtrccls shall hate the same name. Chxai'jo J liter- Oxan. m A determined effort Is to be made liv the Duchcs of Edlnburg and other leaders of fashion this reason to pet ncople to commence their dances earlier. The men are the principal sinners in this matter. It is not, forsooth, thought the tiling to appear at a dance before ...

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. — 20 April 1882

TORMENTS INDEED. taanW life's vexations do not generally com, on "" iio a iuria utrrcnuiag ioe oonniain w iise whirlwind; tfaej come asthenia does In Bono Motions of the world gently, tut ercrr dar. One of life'a discomforts lspnaemed herewith: . Acvuruing 10 popuur impresuon. uvv wauiicr. mquiloea Sntl xnad dozs all flourish at the p same time and arecnargeaua w me inaifuc luuucnceor the Dog Mar. h peaking of uun ouu uic uit; purrc ejiiios us 01 a uoj-a aiory of a don and the comet. and wliuhve here give in a iuon exirac i ircra tcebuyalcttcr: "Collr. lkb, you oujrht to ha been there hut night to a-Kvn tho fun. Ton. WinUnV dor Toddle was a-cettinatthfrato a-Kazln at the Comit, when alonjj come old SvfcfH dlimtM rat tr- rtcr and the 2 waltzed oer the fence and the ziooxni. ine tamer rnroa too nncn iur Tod dles, and af .re they conld haul him off the tat tle ground he bad made a goud rquaremcal off hiscMe. Tom was in despair. A kind looking Knt.eman in a broatl brim hat told him to g...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 April 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES- Kinwiin now MportiDjj hiy bf the Lucdrel of tom to the rich, tertilr.omflow ing UUa of lllinow. Ao irrlgjIiUK dilfb DutmoDf the irfUM of tbe recent election at Great Beat, anil the ami-ditcniri ciint oat ahead. F. C- ZIMMEJRMAJSTN, DEALr.U IS General Merchandise, Hardware, Tinware LUMBER AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. Hook county i hippy at Uw jweeenl proipcct of large fruit croji. Think of m, in m piuurer naur wuu';t With ill the Bheep there zre in Kanre the attention of miii of capital should I turned 10 vuclen mill". The 6L John ticket wm de.ested in 0 thf 'the GoTernor' home, ly m&jorilies ranging frum forty to ninety Thedinie;e tolhoIIlinoU fruit cropliy the rroint cold inap is greater than at first Kipjiowd. Inwme partaof the atate the iwacli crop will' he total failure. In Wellington the town herd hu teeo orgvuud and the com come in oil the rairie at night rtuBtd out "like a tuad in fly time." John mckh to he the popular name for governor, hut jut now ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 27 April 1882

- 0 SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., APRIL 27, 1882. NO- 310 DODGE CITY TIME& THE THIBD TEBM. A few months ago it would hire appeared ridiculous and absurd to have mad opptsi tion to the candidacy of Got. Rc. John, bis imsiUon then being regarded as itnpr gnable Time works wonders in political f jrtnne. The race is not alwajg to the swift. Public opinion cornea up at a mail pace, an 1 public opinion is generally aare and riht. It wss staled that Prohibition could only bi tu tained by the drcieire action of the Governor but when it appeara that Prohibilinn ? sustained only where imMic sentiment favo the law, it becomes apparent th.it the ins.ru- mentality of the Executive ia wantin. Governor St. John haa been unable to au tain the rUid enforcement o'the Prohibitory law. except where the people are sjGciVnllv favorable to the law to demand ita er.fore. inent. Even where the law ia regarded nl enforced the question of whisky drinking is i not settled. The numerous well niiea jus (hat ...

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. — 27 April 1882

TEE DODGE CITY TIMES Subscription, $2 per year, in advance. ' NICHOLAS B. KZ.AINE, EDITOR cmboscd with a lace design in gold Warm Hearts Under Ra?pcd Jackets I-EBSOXAL ASP UTEBAItY. color. Handkerchief pouches and bags con tinue in fashion. They add cry much to the delicate finish of full dross de signed for any occa-ion, be it ball, par ty, w edding or opera. Some very dain- Warm hearts are sometimes found I llcv. -F-dward EjcrettllaJe islectur under ragged jackets, as shown by tho ingon "The English Generals in the following incident. A hit is a Ihix of ' American devolution." tools or whatever outhtls needed in a , The Xcw 'York Jla-alib savs that JXFLVE.VCES. T What can n luy heucewlf o know Of the MiMJe thin that c-ome an't go Twllt ky atrire and i-arth below. Not ktii through eJirbt nor heard through SOIIIItl, Vi l pot tit with n power profound Arnl hy uitl Kilet bld.li n away? Now hear what happened mo ono day ii tbeearl spring. llli imiy and chill. The sky leaned hiavtly on ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 27 April 1882

dua - IV THE DODGE CITY TIMES Subscription, $2 per year, in advance. NICHOLAS B. XLAINE. EDITOR. A CITY FARMER S SPIilXG POEM. The ellow ocbro blossoms now a'iorn The tall an 1 tatclj oak, .And from bur nest In yonder pumpkin tree The tuneful croon croak-. Thn cauliflower slowly f k Hi fi-loomy cell, The?uns too wtirm for him; An I purple daffodils, nil mellow-rip?, Ilansr from cj h burdened limb. The pliimajr mbtup pipes a merry lay lleUlethj turtl'Mlove: Tb i row U v. arblitiir In tho turnip lino J Hi melodies of loo. Oh, rorao, Ihen, lidy, corn ami ttroll with mo W hen? stream of cMer liovr, 'Xo-ith thj umbrnfrcou sweet potato tree 1 11 whlptr soft and low. We'll talk of en-ILiiro and cows and swine, nd you shall share a part , Of otmntles other May-time Joys that thrill Your farmer-lot cr s heart. TIUAl.V' A IIUSIUM). So you want'ter know how I come tcr her Caleb, when I knew jisthcowhe used Xancy, his fu-t w ife. Wal. I'll tell u all about it. You know Dane'l left mo pretty poo...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 27 April 1882

THE DODQE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. TIIUHSDAY. AI'HILS? 8UBSCBUTION: II 00 ir year. In atraice. It. B. KLAINK, Editor and Publl.lirr. Dinatroui hurricane aral cjcloue ate re potted from I'eonfjlrania, lows, Louisiana and other state. TL groee earoisiri of tbe A..T. & 8. F, load aLowed an increase of 47 jwr cent over the figure of 1633. The Bible wed In tbe senate (or (wearing in eeuatora baa been ato'ieo. It bad been in use fiftj-three jean. Wicbila boia of twelve aalooca aDc cine milliner; chore, all of whicb, eije tbe Timea, axe doiog livel bosineM. Mr. Jaj Gould ia no longer afraid to ride tbrouch tbe State of Miarauri bj rail. Tbe great terror baa been removed. Newi from Chicago indicate that a fart train will be pat on tbe Santa Fe aoop, making tbe run between Kanaaa City and Denver in twentj-four boura. Tbn Chicago Inter-Ocean ioatrucla tbe rotera ol Kaoaaa to re-elect Gov. St. John. Tbe Inter-Ocean doea not live in Kanaw, and doea cot knew bew tbe (tale aufferi from wind. I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 27 April 1882

1 1M I Sl i f LOCAL NEWS. THE T1BLE-A., T. & S. F. B. B. DEl'AUTUUES rilOM DODGE CnT. O01XO WI3T. G015O U3I. PB5cnrer 3.10 a.m. raasenicer....l:S5.m rassenger....3:iu p.m. l'auenger..l2:U p. m Emigrant. .. .7:40 ajn. Lmlgrantv10:15 a.m. Through r't i; p m. i nruaga s -i esu p.m. Wayreights:la.in. Way i retgtit 4:15 a.m The Globe is on a wire fence. The material for the roncd house is daily arriving. WyattEirp and party are at Albuquer que, N. M. H. F. May ha gone to Illinois, and will return next week. A good deal of building and repairing is going on in Dodge. W. E. Jones has a herd of tine saddle horses on the range. The Kansan says beemeak cost 13 cents a pound in Newton. O. M. Hooter sold to Kichard Gaede a lot in J. Collar's addition. Two or three brick kilns in Dodge would kelp the building bxim amaiingly. R. H. Wright and John Oroiand hare gone to tbe Pan Handle on business. KeT. Mr. Allison, a Baptist minister, will preach in the Union church ntxt Sunday. It is stid that...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 27 April 1882

A Stranger to Liberty. That incorrigible ami aged scamp, Charles Lanpheimcr, who has spent nboat one-half of his fourscore years of existence behind prison bars, will short ly bo released from the Kastern Peni tentiary. Tho old man has attained a notoriety under the sobriquet of "Dick ens' Dutchman," tLe grcat novelist having employed his pen, in his Ameri can sketches, to inveigh against the sol itary confinement system followed in tho penitentiary, and selecting Lang licimer, who was undergoing a four years sentenco when the romancer vis ited the jail, a a special case to illus trate tho misery of tho prisoners. Lang heimer was first sentenced to tho peni tentiary on May 15, 1810, having been arrested for some thieving operations. Ho ferved his term out and was re leased, but was soon bent back again. His history since that time has been a wrici of repetitions. A rclcaso from prin, a short freedom, and an other long term of imprisonment made up his life. In March, 1877, ho was cau...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 27 April 1882

The Arctic TThalln? Fleet. Tho twenty or moro whale-ships which came down from tho Arctic last nutumn have mostly started again for the same destination. Thce vessels will not arrive in the Arctic before some time in May. They fish by tho way, maVinsr long stretches out of a direct course, sometimes getting well over toward Japan, and sometimes nosing about the Okhotsk Sea, for any chance to. strike a few whales in this latitude. Besides tho fleet of failing ships, there will be three steamers in tho Arctic this sea-on viz. : The Ilclvedere and Xorth Star, of Xew Itcdford, and the new steamer now on tho stocks at thii port, which will be completed inside of tho next two months. The sailing ships are all old-fashioned, short, oak-built ships, which have done good service in other business before they were sent around to the Arctic. Some of them were pack ets tifty vcars ago. They are still strong, wcathcrly ships, and seem to bo inde pendent of all decay. Tho cold weather of the Arct...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 27 April 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. A njicidil insurance sent at LeaJrille, Colorado, jumped lon the haft of n aban iloneil mine the other 1t- The shaft wm nice liundreJ feet in driitb. lie cot a fine ptart in the direction of the ouu ry that he wan hound for. The Humboldt Union ey: Therein one lillle Jernej cow in town that 1j not three yesrn old cntil tbe'25t!i of next September. Bhe Ins giren her owner two calve", alao milk for almo't nine month", and i now makini; one and a quarter ound of hotter pel day. Thi butter ia worth and will couiinand in market fifty cents ier pound. It ia a yellow an gold and rich. If government bond) bearing only 3 to 4 tier cent, interrat are worth a premium as an investment, what should Tela? ccw l valued at that will annually bring a calf, nine yeare out of tea, worth SI- to S15 when only one year old and reared to that age at nominal coat? If tht email m'.erwl bearing nonda be the bui, f 33 a hi ad would nearer approximate the real valu of Texa cowi than do pre...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 4 May 1882

It r--ryi 7Tf DODGE CITY TIMES. 6 SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., MAY 4, 1882. XO. 811 BUNS TO DODGE CITY. The Hutchison Herald impart tie fol lowing information concerning a proposed railroad line to bodge City: Keno county is certain of two more rail road this year. In addition to the L. T. l S. W. railroad, which is now ooe of the certainties, a new line will be constructed through the coun'y by the Atchison, Topela A. Santa Fe, and a force of twenty-two engineer is at work on the proposed line, which begins at Sedgwick City and runs to Dodge City. It was the original intention of the company to run the road via King rnan but the engineers have declared that route impracticable and the road will be built through on the fifih parallel. It was rumored last week that the Eir brothers would arrive in Las Animis, and the Light Cavalry was immediately pot tinder arms. That gallant and well trained body resolved that if the two Esrps came to Las Animal and showed the least disposi tion to...

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. — 4 May 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES Subscription, $2 per year, in adrance. - KICKOLAS B. KLAINE. EDITOR J of the comet of 1GS0 which led Newton I to anticipate jkkmIjIc peril to the earth from the fall of a great comet into the sun. ThN is not the popular icw of the dan-rep from comet, the fear iiuallv tain- that they may strike the earth or its respects to the ruler of the olar y A THAMES "USIOX." Ti t& to w n lo r l-tr-vtj In whUhucbfiltiIitt -lrikc" are maid. A nifin who'll undertaker Jlio Of wMi-I Ni-f f-b-uM carry Th.t-e ruJ'-firh wio treat tiirwlfc- TIhii rutiiffr waiter tnam. A woman is, 3 011 will filrftn' Ant-ircly as (-hrNmaker; Ntj.ni nnit hioMrtrfth an-TVe, A 11 J te the rruutu t-maker. You mu;tu-turtT In htrttjlf; (ihphrnt i.ur-nr moieey, A n! r-e-,oll- ter plaiMnl -niI!o VIII turner ww ( m honey. Whi n i-he 4 ftcoldlnir uhT up. Hut -In not mi.-en xtiilor: (( unaurift!" niavt-ttulkerup, Atilciirerroes mat tailor. T11 teller nil miit liiniirtltin; 1Jiitquiiin'T on. nerrrl KxttIii d...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 4 May 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES Subscription, $2 per year, in advance. NICHOLAS B. KLAINT., EDITOR AX ALP1IAHET OF MAXIMS FliOM LOXll FELLOWS POEMS. Act, act In tho living prc-ent. Psalm of Life. Bttterlwdeid ail forgotten than living In -h inic ami dihonor. Ciurthipiif Miles Stanilish. Challengo tho pnss.ing hour like guards that Ltip Their solitary watt h on tower and steep. tomorrow. Dili we but ne it as we ouirht. This world wouIJ school tath wandering thought To in lii'h state. ICoplas do Manrique. Eaih thin? In its place Is be-t. The Iluililcrs. From labor there shall come forth rest. IToaChlid. Glass is tho world's luck and prid. I.uikof KdenhalL Heaven Is as nearby water as bv I mil. Mr Humphrey UUbort. Into each life some rain mut tall. Smie clays miK Iks dark and dreary. The Itainy Day. Joy and fMnr-emceand rcposo -Iain the door on the doctor s noso.- 1'ot tic Aphorism-. Know how sublime n thing it is. To sutler and bo strong. Tho Llphtof the Stars. Jnt e-t thou Hod as thou nui:bte,t...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 4 May 1882

THE DODQE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. TIIUKSDAY. MAY . SUBSCUUTIOSf IU) per year. In adianre, . KLAI.f K.BdllurnndPablUher. THE STATE CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION. A contention to nominate candidate for Conjreffl from the State i large ha heen called to meet ntTopeka, on Wednesday, June 28tb. Tiie time for holding the con vention for the nomination of Slate officer?, wa cot designated h the State committee, but it will be Leld sometime in the begin nil of September. Ford county will be en litltd to one delegate, nnd each unorganiz ed count with ft municipal lowuehiji organ ization one delegate each. This will girt the cojote region noie leprereaia ioa. Toe contest in the Slate will aume iroportlona on the cocgreeKonal a-irationt but the con tent for Governor will not 1 lading in in terest. The holding of a eeparate conven tion for the nomination of Slate officer?, a: a !ate day, if a deeded advantage to a parly by the name of Johneon. The third term candidate i naniug. The belief fa gaining...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 4 May 1882

'r THE DODGE CITY TIMES- A 8hipload of Girls. From the New York HtraiJ. The steerage of a passenger iteamer that carries emigrants is not, to the majority of travelers, the farorite part of Teseel, hnt there are young men who would hive will ingly braved ill the alleged horrors of the iteerige to have been among the cheap pas senger! by the steamer City of Montreal on her recent trip, for there were six hundred young women stowed awiy there, and not a man among them. Young men in society are supposed to see nothing- attractive about girls not of their own set, but young men Lnow this to be a great mistake; so do young girls of all classes. The living freight on the City of Montreal ill came over to go in to domestic service, bat that did not prevent many of them being modest, pretty and vivicious, and the very fact that ibey were coming for the purpose ot mating mem selves useful lent them a charm thit more aristocratic maidens often lacV. But such steamer loads are scarce. If it we...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 4 May 1882

The Chicago; Times says: "It is pcMom that a charitable act Is o mod estly tendered or so pracefully per formed as that of Mme. ucrster in sin Snr the other night for the leocfit of St. Luke's Hospital of Chicago. This con cert was gotten up under the sjiecial di rection of Mme. Gcrstcr, and was her own idea. The invitations were limited to 300, and M-cre sold at (10 and up ward each' A couple of sets of five-pronged deer horns were found on Tiger Creek, X'iumas County, California, a few days ago, bo firmly locked together that it was impossible to separate them. As the skeletons were attached to the horns, it is evident that the deer were engaged in a desperate fight at the time of their flcatli. U'tuwjo limes. Booth's I'kniffk. TLe audience : theOpcrallou'elait Friday night fcenhdw:n I J-Kith piajed "Hamlet," undoubtedly not fn the pan-ent odor that penadnl the house, after the great scene be tmen Jtaulet and hU mother, during which the old Oi&intrr!alD Polonlus Is killed. U w...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 4 May 1882

a u, a m t r o ,. Annual Lesion?. ., Every years ciix-Ticnce teaches tlio fanner many valrablo lessons. The ue!tion i( seed com has lieen repeatyil about et ery thinl j ear since the Statu was settleil. Sometime1! 'it has been i inpiaizexl in a way it .-wins as if it would never again he forgotten. After lal ear's epenie eix:rienee it w oulil appear to lu,uo!ej.-4 forin, edityrfor tho pre-cnt generation to bep the farmers to carefully test) their scnl corn, before planting time. Amljcttlioii-nmUeven tliis j ear will proceed blindly in the s-ame'way they have heretofore. And hen tliey are defeated ill Mitisfy their conscience and creditors by faying; I thought it would grow.'' A farmer ought to Xtunti without reh ing in mi im portant a matter on hi tliionghts. Latjcarathinlof the wheat in tho State was badly damaged, and much of it totally Ueroyed by bad stacking. The o uer Utnwjht he was -tacking it right. There is no ecnse for ha ing a ttack of grain get wet in-idc. If tho grain sl...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 4 May 1882

t LOCAL NEWS. TIaH TABLK-A., V. . a. as. DKl'AKTUUE8 KltOM DODGE C1TT. tiOIXa HIST. G01SCAT. r'aaseaeer SJOa.ni. ruStnxer....l:2Sa.in lassros;er., ..&) pja. I'Msengrr.-lt: p. m Kmlfrsnl.. ..- son. unurraH. mu a,m. Tbn.ufh r'lltwpra. TLrungli f'l SJOp.in. Wsj freight 4Al a. m. r rrtllit4:IS .m Q. C. KobUnc in now holding hit sheep on the range south of Djdge. New cooking stores and tinware, a nice line receited at H. Collar. G. M. Hoorer cunleinplatee putting up a magnificent brick business home. W. E. Anderson ii in lb ciiy. He intends purchssing a cattle ranch in Sew Mexico. Workmen are remodling the building to he used by Judge Fringrr for a drug tore. V. A. Furman ha Cued op bath tui in hie barber ehop on First Arenoe north of the Capital Chop-house. Family supplies, the bot and choice! in the market, can be found at Charles Dicker en family grocery etore. All aorta of ffiea'e goxl will be raid and cloied out cheap to mile room lor other line of gooda at M. Collet's. Fancy gr...

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