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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 21 March 1907

PROSPECTOR RED -Vol. vii BHD BIVER. TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1907. N j 3 RIVER THE NEW STORE JOHN MK1 SON L R. PENN MELSON & PEIvN Staple and Fancy Groceries Fresh and Salt Meats Hay and Cram. 'GENERAL MERCHANDISE Candies and Nuts. CM-L AND SEE US AT Bond - Gusdorf- McCarthy Company. H LADQ r ART Groceries, Clothing, Boots and Shoes Farming Implements and Miners Supplies Hardware and Furniture. BOND GUSDORF Taos. New The Columbian Hotel, TAOS, NKW MEXICO. Rates $a.oo Per Day. Fine Sample Rooms and Good ; Aceomidation. MRS I. E. HARTMAN, Proprietor. IF For Your .Ral Estat or Bosines s I CAN GET IT NolM.i ter WhatYour Property is Worth, or in What Town, City, State or Territory it is Located If I did n, t have thp ifytttlji a id lac'Htiei to 3t!l your property, certainly c mid ButtrfTord to y lor lit a i : . -,, Tbu "ad" (like ail my other" ad'') !s prkotlcallv mi ' tu plaui- u ,i,v n a uuinbpr of ubw properties, au 1 I am juit tus aura to af U r ii - propai tn...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 21 March 1907

Red River Prospectorj HMD Rival, NHW MEXICO. "Manner Mayketh Man." The North American Review dis courses upon the Improvement in American manners, declaring that though the change la not marked. It ! of the gradual character that makea tor permanence. The Relew say a: "It ia not true, as declared in the form of mottoes upon the walla of ft famous boys' school in England, that 'manners make the man,' but Ithey help; and, much as we may de spise them as a mere outer garment knd superficial soul-covering, we can jnot i"n. " the fact that they are till vital conditions of social inter course', and afford much of the charm without which exist nee would be unendurable. Beautiful manners are, as captivating at) a beautiful 'ace or hand or. form, and, unlike these, may -fee acquired. To be born and bred well is a great blessing, but it is not necessary to chide Fortune, as Shake speare did, for not having provided Ibetter for his life fcrhan public means which public manners breed. jSauvlty...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 21 March 1907

PINE TREE BREAD. BOYS WILL RUN TOWN Motley refunded for ench package of PUTNAM KABELE88 DYES if unsatis factory. Ask your druggist. KAM8CHATKANS USE THE INNER BARK OF PINE TREES. Macerate It in Water and Bake Good, Wholeaome Bread The Pine Keeps the Blood Pure and The Body Healthy. CITY FOR YOUTH8 PLANNED AT LAKE WINONA, INO. In Kamschatka the people live In ifcrth-covered pits. Mr. Kennan com pares the sound of their language to that of water running out of a narrow mouth jug. Their bread Is made from the Inner bark of the Pine Tree, mace rated In water and baked without flour. They are a hardy race, the Pine keep ing the blood pure and the various or gans of the body in a healthy condi tion. Consumption is unknown among them. A noted specialist In throat and lung trouble, who established a camp for consumptives In the Pine Woods of Maine, and whose remarkable cures there have attracted great attention from the medical world, says that one half ounce of the Pure Virgin Oil of Pine,...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 21 March 1907

V WILLI A LUCES & MONT'G. PTF.VEN8. TBtarril at Seernd-C1ms Mnttot at the .MR! er, New Mexico, Pontotoc. ply. per year fl.oO Ifsefcl". , nix montha 7R itllB. .40 Ge-.teSfe re's fnr Stnlionerv . H. Lnae m1 tie u luiBiuesa I tQi-ni, Monday. Jespi and J'miI Ybnnif was over fjm HBtatibe tii town, yesterday. TRe tl. Putiiok'H bull nt Brin. labte.n i ms. Situ :-'I,iy evening was Jhf f-.-il rol cloned ht, Elisabeth r Ibwu Ihsi week, tlic tin- teacher Mrs.. Sail it Gtlbresth Ims re-iij;iit ) n.. ., II 1 .... I : . U..M.1J it i.,ur.,u.K .,,.. uK it '.1 tin 1 in liliiot r ou tlm riv. r 1 1-it four milps below town. Whi in Elinnbpt'itown, call nt Jli 3 iti i'h Jnn ami arel a'V4nra jir1 !' yiia. James Vicker is in Mill JSefKitt rt-nehpa Red R:vpi- th D... H 13Udd tif Eiiziihi thtown, im fltfi'ly -iit ihi reputation of be ag a hue duck hunter. Thr lire-ton yfiifieB who were !knntiiiu Jlic lot-t Hpanieii Bnirie npar Ctrif. borrowed motipy, not in tlpht tin n left lKbt week for parta Valium n....

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 28 March 1907

I , D RIVER PROSPECTOR. OL. VII RED KlVETi. TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY. MARCH 28. 1P7. RED THE NEW STOEE JOHN BiELSl i MELSON & PENM Staple and Fancy Groceries Fresh and Salt Meats Hay and Grain. GENERAL MERCHANDISE Candles and Nuts. Tobacco end Cigars. CALL XND SEE US AT THE POSTOFEK E Bond -A Company. Grr m fanning 3j Implements and Miners Supplies Hardware and Furniture. BOND ViUSDORF Taos, New The Columbian Hotel, TAOS, NEW MEXICO. Rates $2.00 Per Day. Fine Sample Rooms and Good Jlcoomidation. MRS I. E. HARTMAN, Proprietor. IP Jor Your 'Ral Estat or B r c iw I CAN GET JT No Matter WhatvYoar Property is Worth, or In What Town. Glty. State or Territorv it is Located l( I did not h tr d. liny aod faclUeg to aril your property, oarUioly could noufford to fej i .r .. . n-erti. i... .t Xbla "d': (lika all my other" da') ta practically euro lopmu uii my liabn uutnber ot Dew propertlea, and I am just an aura to aall tbrao rnporllaa mi J mavi uuooKb monay Id coj)imllooa to pay...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 28 March 1907

Red River Prospector RBD RIVER. NEW MEXICO. Learning. One of our great universities ban given nn Investigating genius a de gree of science for a thesis on the ab sorbing topic, "The Longitudinal Vi bration of a Rubbed String." Too lit tle attention has been paid by science to the minutiae of every day. While erudite gentlemen have been measur ing the saltatory efforts of the Arctic flea, and other seekers after knowl edge have been digging from Patagon Ian morasses the fossil lemalns of no iiioi;si't wiiu m name use a Polish pianist s, this far-seeing schol- i ii. is si. i i ii ui nume miii iijuueii a atrlng. He who seeks doctorlal decor ations need no logger dig through w?a$y tomes or glue the tired eye to the exacting microscope. He may stay at home and pet the cat, as prep aration for a disquisition on "Latitudi nal Cross-Currents of Feline Satisfac tion," or ho may go a-fishing and enlighten a gaping world upon "The Convolutionary Variatious of an E'i paled Angleworm," or, again...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 28 March 1907

mm 1 : Red River Prospector RED RIVKR, NKW MEXICO Cnergy and Enjoyment. A marked feature of man's progress la Indicated by our brom;ening view of the value of healthful enjoyment. And It Is, Indeed, recraatlon to relax and give ourselves up to simple amusements that bring to the -.cive brain and tired body tresli energy. Men count It as much a duty to give simple entertainment to their families aa they do to provide them with nec essary food and clothing, and year by year we are coming nearer to this Idea of the value of relaxation. With a wise and proper education In thought, this matter of entertainment becomes more and more simple, and gives a greater degree of satisfaction. In the crowds upon our streets and In the busy centers of all material activ ity One may read in the faces of the people the story of ambition and alertness. And, as during the closing years of a good man's life, when his work has been successful and he can look back with pride to days of busy effort, he allo...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 28 March 1907

MA1L-0RD&R WAYS A BAD ADVERTISEMENT FOR CATALOGUE HOU8E8. AT SCHOOL OF EXPERIENCE Sooner or Later It Teaches Every Mail Order Patron the Error of Sending Hit Money from Home. The methods of the mail-order houses are their worst advertisement. Sooner or later there will come a time In the experience of every purchaser of their goods when he will wish "he hadn't done it," when he will wish he had spent his money with his horned merchants. This is not only because he will Bee the ruin wrought in his own community by the nefarious prac tice of sending the money of the com munity to the city, but also because of the practices of the mall order con cerns. The story in the catalogue sounds well. It sounds like you would get the Identical thing you wanted and at much lower price than you had im agined It could be bought for, and you order it. The purchase arrives and when opened you feci that some mis take has been made, that the concern has sent you the wrong goods; it is not what you ...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 28 March 1907

SHIP BLOWN UP TERRIBLE SCENES ON A FRENCH BATTLE SHIP, IENA. EXPLOSION IN HIE MAGAZINE Several Officers and Eighty Men Killed, anu Hundreds Wounded Cause a Mystery. Toulon. The powder magazines on board the French battleship Ieua blew up at 1:35 Tuesday afternoon and as a result Captain Adlgard, com mander of the battleship; Captain Ver tier, chief of staff of the Mediterranean squadron, and from seventy to "lghty blue Jackets are dead, while Rear Ad miral Manceron and hundreds of men are suffering from Injuries. Naval cir cles are aghast and the public is stunned by the appalling catastrophe, coming so soon after the loss of the French submarine boat l.utln, in which sixteen men were killed. The entire after part of the Iena was blown to pieces. The bodies of the victims were hurled through the air by a succession of explosions and panic-stricken workmen at the arsenal fled for their lives from the vicinity of the dry dock. Scores on board the Iena Jumped overboard onto the stone q...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 28 March 1907

Kir1 r ' i f f ct pc c tor, Vol. VII. k At ihvrtiny at Sttl swaMl , Pd ' iimtf, Abe Mtxirn. S !" " HTEVEN8. Vfr?mn, TntrP'1 a ,f-rf'-(-!ta(i Matter at the tttftHf '. -e. Mvxtol, Pnoioffle. -El"" -' M I M j - Fx,- ?1.50 aTaelly, : a t-ba. Utraly, tl i. - mrmtba. j 40 , Ce tlRft-n 'a IW Slationery. Dr..: r ' Y.W. 't-'thtown, Mi on . fIi k liat n few days the at weprf Wip.. fffm rtatthn- AVlaros of S.-nisri: ? r1 m tlier of a baby wljiliuirr f ti portndn. rBo S' j- iU. P. i v Mountain MiJroK 1 PomoflTiv have Mwv sratir.n nt at. 1'tp l'ark. J. A. Kn land nd fomilv are ersriitir on their doirr ranch this eaaeit Mat ti.eTrantltn placer. TTHon ie Pi zdiethtown, null at lie Mir i V inn rtrd net a"Fpiare wBr-Bis. Jar, ra Yirrltor ia in B". F." March i. tMrnevf to CRtip ifcpadnv. -ie. I ( xpec inrii to betfin Vari! on fom- .f l is rrtiiiiiiir prop aaty in the n in, John- S"pin"er of Eliz.bethto-n, aa in Hwi Monday, lo:.kih after .nMn-gMpe-tion fnr Onio La., aarfto. met. liHi.l 0r that place. ...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 4 April 1907

RIVER PROSPECTOR. Vol. w RED KIVKR. TAOS COIJNT-Y, KEW MEXICO. THUB3IUT. APRIL i,-V)V. RED THE NBW STORE JOHN MEI.s MELSON & PENN ta?J and Fancy Crocertef tJFi .s;i and Salt Meat? .Havand Grain. . "GENERAL MEKCHAiNll?rSE Candies ar1 Jut. Tobacco and Cigars. cur, i, jdser rs at the postoffioe. Bond - J asdorf- McCarthy Company,. HEADGJ'ARI EB8 FOR Groceries, Gioihing, Boots and Shoes farming 5mi$emeats and Miners Supplies Hardware and Furniture. BOND GUSDORF Taos, 'Now The Oohmil la! Hotel, T AO, NEW aMEXLCO. Rates $2.00 lJr Bar. Fine Sample &uo:ns ami Good Accomidation. MRS T. E. HALT MA , l'i irictor. IF YOU WANT CASH For Your Real 2 ; r v r 01 Business I CAN GET IT No Matter Viat Tout Property is Worth, or in What Town Citv- State or Territory it is Located If I iiii Dot' have tl- ability and in, lit let to sell your proprty, certainly cnuld not .tf.n.i to puv for ti.n advertie iueut. This "ed'l (like all my other ' art1') Is pr(i:ilcliy sura in la i a my hel a number ot n...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 4 April 1907

Red River Prospector RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. Why Farmer Grow Old Early. Anyone who has lived on a farm does not need to bo tpld the reason, for he knows of the strain under which the American farmer lives dur ing the five months of spring aud fummer, says Woody Hutchinson, M. D., -In Harper's Monthly. His work day Is from four or five in the morning until eight or nine at night. Including chores 15 to 17 hours of (ho hardest kind of physical labor, and every mir ute of It at high tension, specially during harvest. Then comes a period f relaxation In the fall, the one time In the year when he has just enough muscular exercise to keep him In health. Later, the winter season, ap proaching stagnation, In which he takes on flesh, gets "logy," and then a furious debauch of hard labor 'hrough the spring and sum ner again. No wonder that by 45 he has had a sun stroke and "can't stand the heat," or baa "a weak back,' or his "heart gives aut," or a chill "makes him rheuma tic;" and when you ad...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 4 April 1907

n Red River Prospector RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. Another Canal Project. Another caanl project Is to be men tioned. Germany In the Kell channel has a waterway by which she can shift her warships from the North sea to the Raltlc or vice versa at will, and she is also developing her Interior sys tem, showing she Is giving attention to the needs of peace and commerce as well as those of war and national defense. High officials in England have suggested the advisability of constructing a canal from the Clyde to the Forth for the use of battleships. It appears, says Troy Times, there is a feasible channel of about 30 miles, and all that is needed is dredging the bottom, which Is of soft sand. It Is asserted that the canal can be so con trived that the tides will scour It and thus prevent It from being filled up again, wherein a great advantage will be scored over many other similar canals, including the Suez, where them has to be constant fighting to Inalntaln a proper depth of water. What E...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 4 April 1907

WILL DIG PANAMA TA8K ENTRUSTED TO ARMY ENGINEERS. Maj. Q. W. Goethal of Engineering Corp Chosen at Head of Group of Three la a Man of Much Experience. Washington. Maj. George W. Goe thals, IT. S. A., has been selected to head the group of three government engineers who will complete the work on the Isthmus. Maj. Goethals Is re garded as a most efficient engineer and has had a great deal of experi ence. The army officers who will have charge of the work will receive more pay than American army officers have ever been given before. Maj. Ooethals as engineer In chief will receive $2,000 more than Admiral Dewey. The pres ident has Indicated that Maj. Goethal's salary as engineer would probably be fixed at 15.000. "The wheel horse of the force" la what Maj. Goethals has come to bo called in the army engineer corps. He sets the pace for the rest. He is the protege of Secretary of War Taft and the chief of engineers, Gen. Mc Konzie. The latter admits he likes Goethals, but will not admit t...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 4 April 1907

SEWS VI k WEDl'rv Most Important Happenings cf ti6 Past Seven Days. Intrrr.ilitc ln-n,, cnilifrril from A.? part of Hi- Wsrli I nnurmcd Into Small Spate for the Bvmrflt of Oar Readers, Personal. Dr. Thayer mneahur of pathology In the university of Texas has Idenil fled the yellow fever gorin. bx-Presiaeno uievehuid has cele brated his 7yth birthday. Samuel L. Clemens (Mark Twain), the author has sailed for Ueimuda. President Mellen' of the New York New Haven & Hartford railroad has e.egi apnea president naoseveit bsk- business men had locked out membera ing an Interview. of industrial Workers of the World Judge Thomas Mnloney. who was ,loarlv all employes having withdrawn private secretary to President Andrew froni tne organization. Johnson died recently at Ogden, Utah, j Tne Oklahoma convention which By order of the president about ha8 been In gesaon nt outhrle for 115 28,000,000 acres of coal land will be dayg draftlnK a constitution for the mmediately opened to entry as rap- ...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 4 April 1907

in a,-... 1 1 Vk vn W Aw 7Aurt. at .: WRiluSTi: UTEVKNri. PlJiaUsUKR, i 1 9atnJ M Seooiul Clans Matter nt the Hi. -r, New, M-iv . "11 i ..t(, katj: h of HUB8;nrvriwt li.-klj .- ir 1,50 ikl'v, ix mo.tths. 7! .wily, three nwrnHiix, 40 ex ; i . j Soi'o rifrrvf' for Slutioiierv . A ivmrt reu,.,,,l here HU we..V 'fat l!i Boh po-1, dead. A. B,: My n1, f ircot. rnny-r with fendqnartrva i Ctu.-itii, u in fc yee'erdav. (if 2. bullae" ivt'imI h!u fxini'v Mb week over Irom lr Turner inch Mi the Mor-rio valley. T. W.' F'nyd is trow clerk ir" for emhn..d,Worvmm- in R l,.v Xh I , 9 Animas .-nnnfv, Colo. : I W.il'wi in r.luabethtowo, t:tM t n'teWir' r's Fun Bnd iret n'Vonare wl"11rs. James Vieker is in I 3. W, Lwiowlnnd whs in town ' fSiaeday . Hfe OMived his Umily to Ihr--i ip the river tivur (lH! Hhmi.1.1). place r. ffc ii X('iriir ,)t Eti'ibi-l Mown, I . I BjVj If HJOVlnU n pert of 1,1 fnlilily j b3nnfcu, Crilorndo, is tt,Ow liond in9ed BiVer, lU . The-frinartl service of James Jj. JSfiektm was...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 11 April 1907

J (I RED PROSPECTOR ft Oh. VU RED KIVISR, TAOS COUNTO, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY, APRIL 11, IW . I' laWI i ft RIVER THE NEW STORE .JOHN MELSoK J- R PENN MEL SPIN & PENN Staple jand Fancy Cropericf ,FrjBK? and Salt Meats Hay and Oram. STAtTKTI(S Oftlcal Directory. (GENERAL MERCHANDISE Candiec and Wats. Tobacco and Cigars,. OATjL AND h EE AT THE POStTOFFICE jBonci- GfQLsdorf - McCarthy -.READrARTEll8 FUJI The CMMMpHon of ?ugar in the t'nited Stages increasing rapidly, more rapidlv than is the prodtlC' tiou. During; the year jnst ended we used the enormous amount of 0,000,000,000 pounds of sugar. worth oo.ooo,ooo. It each cit i.eu got his lair share, during the twelve months he consumed 76 pounds. (f this sugar onlv one. fifth was produced in the 'United States, one-fifth came from the island possessions, and three-fifths avas-imported from foreign coun tries. Of-the American. produced ROgpf, a little over 'half was from the sugar-beet, the remainder from cane, This is the first time th...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 11 April 1907

Red River Prospector USD RIV2R. NaTW MEXICO. Edison and the Airship. Jiii '::: from Mr. EdlBon's recent birthday manifesto his friends should labor with him earnestly on the sub ject of airships. To those who have faith In the unimpaired powers of the modern wizard nnd take no stock In the notion that he has shot his bolt as a worker of marvels it would ap pear that all that is needed to Insure the speedy advent of the long dream ed of era of aerial travel is to con Tince Mr. Edison of the utility of starting It. Mr. Edison was 60 years old recently. In the course of some occasional remarks on his own career and his plans for the future he Inci dentally expressed his belief that In time we shall have airships Balling 0 feet or so above ground along the lines of our roads, avoiding conflicts In the air In this way. "If," added the Inventor musingly, "I could convince myself that the alrBhlp would prove useful, I would have a try at it my elf." Mr. Edison, who, we trust, has not yet s...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 11 April 1907

Red River Prospector RED RIVER. NEW MEXICO. Ancestral Silver. Among people of conservative hab it and In this class must be placed the old families both of New England nnd oV the south the wedding silver Is still regarded as the meat Impor tant of wedding presents. The choice of It usually falls to the parents of the bride or of the groom, or to sonio other near relative, and Is rlghtlv re garded as a delicate task. For years "silver bullion the raw material of th family silver has been very cheap. Three years ago manufacturer!) were able to buy It for less than 50 cents an ounce. Since then there has bee:i a slow but steady advance and the recent resumption of the purchase o? sliver bullion by the United States government has been followed by tho ralBlng of the price to 67 cents. Tim general belief Is that It will go still higher. The Immediate result of thin cdvancc is an increasing tendency to revert to the old custom of makln.: silver the principal wedding gift, a. custom which ...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 11 April 1907

1 1 -K . ..") Countess Castellane Musi Give Up Millions to Retain Her Children Has Choice of Paying Count's Debts or Allowing Him to Keep the Boy Tragic Ending of Sordid Paris. Anna Gould, the countess of CaBtellane. probably will pay 5,000, 000 for her three sons. Count Boni de Castellane, father of the children, demands possession of the children and Rives the daughter of the first great American million aire her choice between paying his debts and giving up her children. Un less she pays the debts the French court probably will hold that she can not take them from France without the consent of the spendthrift noble man who, since March 4. 1895. when he married her, has squandered over $9,000,000 of Jay Could's fortune and now seeks to mako It $14,000,000 be fore be will raleaiic her. That the Goulds tll pay the $5,000, 000, settle the debts uf Hon! de Cas tellane, even those of the usurers who have preyed off him for rears. Is be lieved by their friends and by coun sel in the cas...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
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