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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 29 March 1879

DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. Y. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, MARCH 29, 1879. NO- 46- LOCAL NEWS. Tli cfociapbical center of Kaunas U at Prosper, Ellsworth couuty, neartlie north line ol Eice county. Senator Plumb hai been appointed one of a Senate Committee to visit tlio gronnd and invcstis-ite the lato Chcyenno raid. The Santa l'o acents havo been Hearing no thB amount of ui.nl carried over that road. TIihj hnd that 173,000 reentered letters arc earned cvcrv month, 8..VX) sacks iif papers, ami to million letters. Aai-cial from WiuCeld to the Coaituon wcaltli mvs that cold lias boen discovered in Mo iliUereut places in Cowley count v. Tli metal is uaid to lx very pure. An immense rush of people has been tho re Milt of tlio discovery. .ATICiTI. TIE ARKANSAS. A dispatch dated Littln IJi.rk'. Arkansas, Jl.trchUI. sjjs: Tim littlo utea'iier "Jiono Mich." built at DarUanclle, has passrd Van Ilureii. on her wav up tho Arkansas river to Arkansas City, Kansas, "iinilcs abne. The antboritivo luforuiatinn c...

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. — 29 March 1879

THE DODGE CUT TIMES. hnwniiniOV: ioaiT lnr,lii .IdTiarr. NICHOLAS B. KLAINE, - Editor. AFFLILTIOXS IN EUROPE, Tim 1'lacu and Otlirr TrouMrt Feitrs of m CeDernI Kpltleuila llKvners of the ltlitrk IHatliIniHrleiicy of Ituft.iaii Mralinl Author! tic. IKroiutbe Vow VorlcTlmes.1 Pakis, February 21. Public anxiety concerning the progress ol the i.astem pestilence i on the increase ; no one be lieves the Russian official dispatches, and tho very energy displayed in the appointment cf medical Cammissions by Austria, Germany and Italy proves how imminent the danger is considered to be by the Govurnments of Central and Western Europe. Even tho French have at last awakened to the conscious ness that they, too, are exposed, and that an epidemic which has broken through, as is feared, the sanitary cordon along the Asiatic frontier, may very jiossibly penetrate from tho seaboard among their own populations. So, as they always go to extremes, their news papers have began to tax tho authori ties wi...

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. — 29 March 1879

TO CORRESPONDENTS, All communications forthNp ipcrshonldbe BccomimnuillivllH"nnmoolt!n author, not nccc- irily lor publication, liutas evidence ot stood iiitli on the part ol tuo writer. Write r.nly nn(ine side of th paper. IIo particularly careful la Rlvins names anil date.lu he all leltira or figures plain ana distinct. ITEMS OF INTEREST. l'cntonal and Literary. Mr. Croffat,lateof the Craphic, has joined the editorial staff of the Chicago Tribune. Senator Castelar, the great states man of Spain, is going to lecture at Ox ford, Eng., on the Spanish literature of the nineteenth century. Mrs. Sarah J. Hale, the oldest liter ary woman in the United States, long the editor of the Laity's Book, is now in her 91st year, and in very feeble health, at her residence in Philadelphia. Elihu Burritt, the " Learned Black smith," was GS years old when he died. He was thoroughly acquainted with the Hebrew, Greek, Syriac, Spanish, Bohe mian, Polish, Danish and other lan guages, numbering 30 in all...

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. — 29 March 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DOIKJECITY. SATURDAY. J1AU.23. '79. OFFICIAL CUT AIiD COlTCTr PAPER. WIIIGET, BEVERLEY coffey & 3ia:rsit WHOLESALE AXD KETAIL DEALE DUT GOODS, & CO. JGlothing, Boots and Shoes, oLnsCltllTIO.V: SJtwperyear. in advance STOCKJRANDS. :S1 ,-, , JfeaLpKEDYT!) I IIITU lfl sTf Vbu -ArsnAm.. .MCIIOE..V4 II. KUIAE, IMilor. HAP OP FOED COUNTY. Vie Twent this week a map of Ford couotj, wticli will be foam :n a (tipple raent to this i-ra. Since (he xap was drawn, a number of new tchool dietricia liave Leen formtrd, which are not designated on tho map. The mp will be of service to these who contemplate ranking election of land, in Ford county. In a future number of the Turns we aballjirwent mie facta, (Lowing the agricultural and pastoral advantages of Ford count j. T TIIE SIGNAL SERVICE. The permanent committee of the Vienna Meteorological C'jngresi lute jnt paid the I hi cj States the liish eamiilims.it r.t ,. oininecding to a proposed twoad Coajress mu aoopuoa thr...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 29 March 1879

.SOTV". MAJ?. OF FORD COUNTY, KANSAS. SUPPLEMENT. It XXV I uXXV TtXXIV UXXIII UXXII It XXI r-1 '. CJ ga ..-;---S-.xjs2l; ?; hf r- f' t-lTci'rr--u-t- T-f sTt m. hr-1 DODGE CITY. SATURDAY, MAR. 29, '79. tL D J OH; OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAPER. SUBSCRIPTION": $2 M per year, in ailrance NICHOLAS n. KL.II.XE, Ellllor. THE DODGE- CITY TIMES; x&fas s f . "T.aL:ss v m?2 sswi r5. rr ,te355stYh't -ss vrr5K? vvi i tizy?B . ,.-.... .... Laj. i i szhjs -2. r. iB -2 zrrri WHAT WE MAY EAT. Rev. Adams Pectody preached in the Union Church, in Dodg City, on Sunday morning and evening, March ICth. His subject in the morning related to "The Two Master?," God and Mammon," and embod ied clearly expressed practical thought In ilia evening his subject was, "What we may eat." Hit text war, "Thou (halt not eat any abominable thin;, (Deal., xir: 3). The speaker, in his prefatory remarks, stated that all denominations ol Christians believe that the sacred Scriptures are given to man, by the Lord, to inst...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 29 March 1879

PATENT PORTABLE ous a amt. j--jlm fl4 I al I I OF ANY PLAINS, SPECIFCATIONS AND DESCRIPTION. READY FOR USE, aniMe omj &AA1M warn hhmwwaiabvb STRONG.DURABLE COMFORTABLE, IAPDWE11DIG2 FOB THE ILIJMCII MD CAMP ' ' T3MI Sir FOR SALE BY WML EVERL7&0DL DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, DODGE CITY, KAS. Tho Colorado Cattle Oioww Awn ciation. This Association met in Focblo lot week. From (he Chieftain we extract the following from the proceeding, which may be of ic ier ut to cattle growers: "Mr. Prowers, of Bent, mide tome inter es ing remarks upon the improvement f calt'e. lie stated that the cry is that lLa improred balls cost tco mnch money. He Lad tinted in a small way and he now Lad one of the finest thort horn heida in the west. lie also demonstrated the large re turns of bis investment The sooner we move in the muter with energy the better. Balk can be bought on six months' time. He would rather furnitli Lis neighbors wich good bulli than to allow them to tarn low grade animals...

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. — 29 March 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. MAS. 29. TO Kansas Bounty for Treo Planting, The following ct was paned by lh leg Mtture, March 2, and took (fleet on the Slit of October, 18C9: Sec. 1. Kierr person rlanting one acre or moK of oniric land wilhin ten jean alter the ms.aee of this act. with any kind of formt tree, except black locust, and mc cnwfnllv growing and cultivatirg the Mine for three jeara; and titty peraon, planting, protecting and cultivating for three jeara or mote ore half mile of treat tre along any public highway, said tree' to be planted ra aa to eland, at the end cf three yean, not more thin one rod apart, shall be enti led to receive (or twenty-fire years commenting three yean after such lice or grove of tree hue bten planted, an annual biunty of two dollars per acre, for each acie ra planted, and two dollars for each half mile so plann ed, ai d to be paid out of the trtasnry of the routty in which said erore or line ot trees U ctltivateJ or kept alive in ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 29 March 1879

" CONQUERED A.T LAST." I Sometime since the Mobile -Vnn offered a nrtte Jot lie ioein which, by Southern Writer. should be Judged roost meritorious, trprosslveoltheKratltude which eiistedln the i-ontberli heart towards the p-ople of the orth Tor the pbUantbropy and maRnanlmlty eo freely and nobl displaed In the time of the dire affliction oJ the Siuth by pestilence. ThU oBcr on the part o( the Jm called forth Mucuty-i-even competitive compositions fronitarlouit part of the country. 'Iticcom inlttee to w horn the manuscripts were sub mitted decided Jnfavorof the poem entitled CYmtrnerrd at Jr-rr-byMlsa Maria L. fcvc, ot Augusta, Oa., whlclrls here gvicn: You came to us once, t brothers. In wrath, And rude desolation followed j our path. You conquered us then, but only In part, i or a nuliboi n I liing Is the human heart. So the mad wind blows In his intent and nirm, . . . .And t be forest J bend in his breath Hie Brain, ThtlrTieadsrnthe dust and their branches i broae, , . , Uut how ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 29 March 1879

Spring Poetry A Word or Aiklce. Thero need be no doubt in the mind of any reader ol tho Free Press that it is eager to secure odes to spring, idyls on April, poems on May and blank verse on green grass and budding vines. In fact, we keep a traveling-man out all the year 'round looking alter such things, and paying cash down in every case. The trouble is to get enough ol such poetry to supply the demands ol our readers. Having said this much in explanation we call tho attention ol tho public to the following solemn lacts: In December. 18C0. a ladv in Kansas forwarded us a poem on spring, to be laid way undcrabrickuntilthe20thof March. She died within 14 davs after mailing the poetry. Comment is need less. In March, 1867, a student at Ann Ar bor forwarded a poem of 40 lines on the return of the robin. Before hi3 robin had uttered three squawks, or tho poem could bo printed, the student was called home to seo his sister die. Does any explanation seem necessary? in 1878 a lady in Elmira...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 29 March 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. LOCAL XEWS. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY, if Alt. SO. T3 Tlie spring Pot it blooming. Ibo Mooring Mill progresses Head an account of "A Salt Well." Dr Uallaud wants more hotel room lluilI. 1'. I Beattv has been absent, at Atch I SO 11. John It. .Means b Deputy Kegiifer of Deeds. J. A TurllDO. of the Hast End. called Monday -J. W. White, attorney, ot Sterling, culled .Similar. L. V. II. Johnson, ot Cimarron, was In the rlty Tuesday. Cool; A. Farwelfs land office is on Wci-i Front street. W. J. Miller's store building is in process ot etoctiou. 'Ibe yuarlerniasler's Department in erecttnga large office building. Clf. Nonnau, tinner, his removed to Zimmerman' baidwaro store. Itev. F. Wolf left Mondav for a pas toral trip t I'ort Supply ami Elliott. Judge Kellogg hat removed bis office to thn building nort'i of the Old House Saloon. Tho garden truck danted is doing Imel)'. A number of citizens are making garden". I), il. Krostand wifcarnTedSaturdav moruinir, baling enjoted...

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. — 5 April 1879

DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. V. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, APRIL 5, 1879. NO- 47. JU LOCAL NEWS. THK HALT NI.fK It HEARE OurstateuienU made last week in regard to tlio salt sink in Mead county, upon farther knowledge aro confirmed. We Mated that the earth, fer a circumference vt 2700 feet, hid sunk in tho (round, re vealing a volnrue of sale water. We were mistaken only in regard to the dimensions of this sudden fieak of nature. Mi. J. A- Abbott visited the salt sink, returning last Friday, and from biin we nam further particulars regarding the matter. Merritt Footo was the first to discover tbo salt well, lie at ooce located a timber filing upon tbe land, nblcb is in section 14, township 32. range 28. The talc sink is sitnated on a ridge lead ins to Crooked Creek, within 200 feet or the creek, and forty miles from Dodge Citv. 1 he surface water in tbe sink is twenty feet higher than tbe water in the cieek and tko water in a lagoon sooth of tbe creek. The water in the creek and la goon is pure a...

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. — 5 April 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. BCmCSirTMiX; ?i.OOjr Tfir,laAtaaee. jnCUOLAS B. KLAINE, - Editor. FKOM ZUMJLASII. A SarrlTor'n Account of tho Ilrillsh Boat Haw the Ntle Fight. Krom tbe London Times, March 8. Col. Smith-Dorien, Harcsfoot, Hcrk hampstead, has received tho following letter from his son, Lieut. II. Smith Dorien, who has been engaged in the snecial field-transport service in Zulu- land, and who escaped from the conflict at lsandula: " Korke's Drift, Buffalo Iliver, Jan. 25. since I wrote the first part of my letter, dreadful disaster has happened to us. It seems to me a pure miracle that I am alivo to tell you about it. On the 21st of January an order came to me. then stationed at Ilorke's Drift, to go out to advanced camp to escort 25 wagons Irom there v norso a unn anu brinir them back loaded with supplies. Accordingly I slept in camp. At about 3 a. m. on the morning of the 22d, the (Jcneral sent for me and told me not to take the wagons, but to convey a dis patch to Col. Bnrnfo...

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. — 5 April 1879

-TO CORRESPONDENTS. All rommiinlcailaua for UUa parer ahouM be accom panied by the name of the author: not necessarily for publication, but as an evidence of cood faith on the part of the writer. W riteool on one aide of the pa per. Bep&rtlcularly rarrfnllaglTincnameaanildatea to barn the intra and Scurrt plain and dUilort. rrop r names arc of tm difficult to decipher, because of the a manner in men mry miv wnwm - ITEMS OF INTEREST. Person! and Utaiary. At the recent Brinley sale of rare books in New York City, John Smith's History of Virginia, first edition, brought 81,800. The entire proceeds of the sale (about one-third of the enure library; amounted to $48,830.75. John Habbcrton says that 500,000 copies of his "Helen's Babies," in 20 different editions, have been sold abroad, and yet, owing to want of a just inter national copyright law, he has netted but $200 from the sale. Mr. Xcnos Clark is engaged in writ ing a work on the Songs of Birds, in which he is investigating the...

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. — 5 April 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODOB CITY. SATURDAY, APRIL 5. OFFICIAL CITT JLHD COUNTY PAPER. SUnSCnilTIOX: to ptr yi-ar. In advance .tIC IIO I, AS II. KUIM), KUIIur. STOCK BAISLNG. The fine natiTe graces, abundance of pure waitr, healthy chciat, and gcntrallr fbort winur, corntine lo maVe soulhwtsl Kansas the fintst nock, ttx'mu of the Weil. Tnw cattle men ate moring llicir ranches torih to tbe sonib line of Kansas, lo secure mere nutrilioun cruaes ar.d better climate for fat Icoirg, while miny from Colorado are mov ing eastward into Kansas, to escape tbe mountain storms that sweep down so sud- denlj on the foot-hilU and plain adjoining. Ore r 100,000 held of cattle were wintered in Southern KMieaa daring the winter just parsed, witliOJt other food an J ebdUr tLan that provided by nitarr, and vet have done writ, notwithstanding tbe unusual severity ol tbe winter. Cattle ralsicg in Kan-a pay?. Ily judi cious manatrement, tbe capital invested can be doubled every third year. Willi a capi tal...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 5 April 1879

"the dodge city times. DODGE CITV. SATUKDAY. APKU.5. A yonneman was recently examined at Lamed for admission to the bai, and was aakd. on his tinal examination, what principle of law prevented a woman from lmugiuit an action agamst her M-dacer. His leply was, contributory neeltsence." Tins was not as grave a blunder, bowers sr. as that made by an attorney at Cot tonwood Fall. He had brought a divorce tuit, wnerem the husbaBd was plalntiQ. "I iltinuic ths pendiiiirof the action, the defendant, the wife, died. The attorney a.'krd to have the suit revived in tuo name ! the administrator of the deceased, Ureal Uend Ttihnue. L1TEIURV BKVOI,IJTIOSr. The era of cheap and Rood books lias cenainly come. Tu Acme" edition of -Chainber'a Cyclopedia of Enzlisti Liter ature." dchl hardy and beautiful vol; uuies, nearly 3.500 pases. elcEJntlvbounl in cloth. fnrJiSO. is wnat the American llook Exchanpe. 55 IJeekman street. N. Y.. rllcr to subscribers who buy this month. Specimen so'ume, complete II...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 5 April 1879

ANEMONE. A wind-flower by the mountain stream, W here .April's wayward breeze blow. And mill In sheltered bollowa gleam The lingering drills ot snow Whence artthou.frallestnowprof spring? Did winds o( heaven gli e thee birth? Too lree.too alry-llght a thing for any child of earth 1 O palest ol pale blossoms home On timid April's Ylruln breast, llast thou no fluafc of nasalon w orn, 9 mortal bond confessed? Tlion mystic spirit of the wood Why that ethereal Brace t A vision of our artual Rood Why that ethereal m-ace that seems vision of our artual Rood United with the land ol dreams? Tl'ou didst not start lrom common around, bo tremulous on thy slender stem ; Thv sisters may not clasp thee round, Vi ha art not one with them. Thy subtle iharm is stranpely Riven, My farcy will not let thee be Then rienot thus 'tUt earth and bcacn, O white anemonet Iuine Gfoilalt, in Scntmfror ApnL ... TO A BABW Well, dear little mortal, ie. down on life's portal. With never aoufdtlon of choice or ot wil...

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. — 5 April 1879

1 DBE1XS OF DELTJ9IOS. Ih. AdT Onard a the Colored Iaunl granu Baach th. Happr Land. Special to the Bt. Louis 'Globe-Democrat Topkka, Kas., March 21. There is considerable feeling here over the ar rival of a detachment of the indigent and hoodwinked negroes from St. Louis, and threatened coming of more. About 200 have reached here, and are haddled together in an old unused building in anutterly destitute condition. Most of the men are ignorant field-hands, and the women are mainly aged and incom petent, some of them being quito old and infirm. There aro" also a large number of children among them and half-grown and helpless boys and girls. They are all poorly clad, and wear a famished and pathetic look. The men say they camo here expecting to find employment, or to be supplied with means for farming; and they show printed circulars and letters, dated at Topeka, and signed by parties unknown here, urging them to come to Kansas, and assuring them that they can procure farms and have h...

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. — 5 April 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES- locax :news. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. APRIL 3.- Ho-ew! 11 wo ah Wlio-oS -Hwo-oh! affn." The "stiffs" are getting to the joint. 11. C. lyovell came in frutn a trip can this weeg. I). Sheedy went down tbo rood last rnuay. Mr. Justice Ljman, of Cimarron. cai;ed iucsiiay. h. L Meeker, of HlDtlev, was id Uio cut eundav. Murray Wear, of Spaioville, was In UuCge inuredav. Morrli Collar lias clever eight incber high, aud growing unci;. Plenty of snow in the mountains. No dangerof adroiiin thin season. Vi notice a number of cattle men in the cty. llio 'drive' will tie late. Mondav last was a blizzard wind and dust and dark clouds, but no raiu. Jimm C. Connor is engaged in borti culture, lloricultureaud agriculture. U. P. Ott. of Oflorle, called Monday, lie reports bis wheat lu (rood condition. John Zcrbo, living fix miles north of Dodge, struck water at a depth of Sjieet. The "Vtlff" is uncompromising, bence the trnn "alia," men means nack-boue. Means boids several offices...

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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 5 April 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. suitlementT DODGE Cm". SATURDAY. APRILS. OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAPER. SUBSCRIPTION: ; 00 per year, in advance .1IC1TOI.AS II. KIiAIi:, Editor. How to Como to the Arkansas Valloy. The ficlliuej for reaching Ihe Arkansas Valley, to extminc ita lied, were sever so good as et preset. Tickets, either s'ngle or round tnp to Dodge City can ba bonght at in j of the leading ticket office cf Ihe principal railroads of the ccuntty. Ask your nearest Btstioa agent for a ticket to Dodj,e City, or apply to tie tcarc-t Ian agent of the A., T. & S. F. .Railroad, if yoa know bis address, cr to the nearest of any of i a general agent. If a sufficient cumber wlsu to mate up a p-rly at any lime to MAMA t A A 1 h AM M B11 A A. .h CIHARSOlf i tAJUic itc-ucit an cciib kin scuiusn Weratdeaflyiigvi'sttoourneighboringP0."8110 fecunng reduce! ex penses on 11 e mp. r.ouru trip expiouu, tickets are good for foiiy day, and to atop oQ at Torela and all clatiocs from Cotton' wood west w...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 5 April 1879

CHOICE WELLING LOTS, TIIE CREAM FOR RESIDENCE PURPOSES, ADJOINING THE HEART OF THE CITY, SELLING RAPIDLY, IN COLLAP.S ADDITION TO DODGE CITY ifii Bffjs2jfik KgsH 66IES I SUPERIOR MAKE AND FINISH CHEAP FOR CASH. FaamERSi ANYTHING YOU WANT CAN BE FOUND AT COLLAR'S I Liro Stock in Colorado. The Colorado Farmer aays that it is (o be hoped that they hire s n the wont of the winter and spring ftotms, fjr cattle and hep ire in do condition to stand much se Tere neither. While theep have not suf frreil much, the shepherds have fed about all their bay and the stock is thin in flesh. Cattle hare suffered mod. Many have tiitd from having the r les frozen during the cold weather, and deep snows of the range, and for sjme time hick hare been dying rom that cans:; others hare died of weak ness and poverty combined. The following tx'ract show how the raising of live stock it increasing: "Every year ia demonstrating thit in much of the country east from the fact hills for seventy-five or one hundre...

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