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DARLINGTON, I. T., "OCT. 25, 188(X
W. N. Hubbell toCo's Supply Store.
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A BRAND NEW STOCK OF
Hats & Op. Boots & Shoes, Etc.
Also a Fresh Stock of
The Lamest and Best Stock in
the City. Call and Examine Goods
Fojit Elliott, Texas.
This house Is first clnss in en cry piirticuhir.
Travelers will 11 ml the heat accommodations
nt this house. M. Husolby, Propriotor.
Daklincjton. I. T.
Table always provided with the very best
the market allbrds. Corral and stable attaeh
od. Spoeial attention j;Jvon to tiie wants of
freighters, travelers and transients generally-
Thomas KCcDado, Propriotor.
A .snow, accompanied by a furi
ous Northwest wind, fell at Lincoln,
Nebraska, on the 15th inst.
The Leader printing office fit Krns-1
ley Kan., was destroyed by fire on
the 11 th inst. Probably the work
of an incendiarv.
Corner Main & Sixth Streets, Opposite
the !Lelancl Hotel.
3s now running buckboards and
This route connects at Darling
Ion with stages going South t-o the
Wichita Agency, Fort Sill, IClm
Springs, Carriage Point and Caddo,
connecting with the M., K. ifc T. to
Dcnison, Sherman and Galveston,
Texas; East, with Vanita, Indian
Territory, and the M.. JC. & T. to
St. Louis; North, with Caldwell,
Hunnewell, Wellington, Winn eld
and Wichita, ICans.
Connects at Fort Eliott with sta
ges going South to Fort Bascom
and Fort Griffin, Texas, Las Vegas,
and all towns Southwest; West, to
Fort Dodge, Xans., and all points
AVest and Northwest.
Leave Darlingfbn going West,
Mondays, Thursdays and Satur
days; Leave Port Eliott going Fast,
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Moody and Sankey will spend
the first part of the winter in San
Francisco. They will rciioh that"
place about the first of November.
Frank Hammer, assistant Post
master at Altondale, Wort Co., Mo.,
was arrested recently for rifling reg
istered letters and stealing ordinary
letters and packages.
The women's school ticket at Fay
cttsville N. Y., was elected by 126
majority, 102 women voting. At
Port Jcrvis, where 52 women voted,
the women's school ticket was defeated.
A system of electric light iuvent
ecl and perfected by Prof Langley,
electrician of the University of Mich
igan, was successful tested at
AnnArbor on the 15(h, in five prcs
encc of a large number of scientists.
THE UT1S TROUBLE.
We are in receipt of ji copy of .U10
Carlisle Herald, containing a report 1
of the committee on Indian ?xhib
its at the Cumberland county fair.
The report shows the progress the
Indians at Carlisle arc making and
reflects credit on the children, and
their teachers. We will publish the
report in a futuse issue.
Cattle men cannot spend the
money it costs to better advantage
than in advertising their brands in
the Thansportkil By this means
quick and easy communication is
established between stockmen, str-ay
stock is easily recovered and steal
ing rendered impossible. The cost
is comparatively nothing when com
pared to the benefit of having one's
brand generally known.
The number -of dead letters re
ceived at Washington the last fis
cal year wa 8,353,051. Of this num
ber 2,700,000 were sent from local
posloffieos because unclaimed, 2(J0,
were held for postage, 202,000 were
misdirected, 86,000 bore fictitious
nad dresses, and over 9,000 were not
addressed at all. Twenty thousand
nine hundred and seventy-four let
tors contained drafts, diecks, notes,
of c3 of the face value of $1,520,217,
and 26,201 contained money to the
amount of Jjv-iy,l.iS. Most of the prop-1
erty has been returned to ih prop
There is likely to be trouble tit the
Los Pinos Agency growing-out of the
killing aL aw Indian by -a white man.
The murderer -was-ai-ndstieu Jiy AgCnt
Berry and was taken from him and
killed by the Indians in revenge for
the murder of their fellow. Agent
Berry was arrested and taken away
from his Agency, charged with mur
der cm fiic ground .that 'he -did hot
take proper care of his prisoner.
Ufo Commissioner, Meacham, was
taken as a witness. This takes from
the Agency the only men who have
much influence with the Indians, so
that a general Indian ww is imiui-'
ncnt. To make matters -worse, law
less white -men are committing of
fenses against -the Tndiams and in
citing them to deeds of barbarity.
Secretary Sehurz has sent a tele
gram to the Governor of Colorado
explaining to him the situation and
asking his cooperation to preserve
peace and avert fthe teahwmties erf
war. Whether Berry is guilty or not
it is certainly a risky piece of busi
ness to take him awaj' from his
Agency at a time when the Indians
are excited arjd raaxly for an out
hiiealc MOBEETIE, TISXAfi.
AVe started on the Oth inst. for
Mobcetie and Fort Elliott, Texas,
and after some pleasant and some
rather unpleasant experiences arriv
ed at the former place .on the moun
ing'of the 1.1th, having been delay
ed about twelve hours by .ti storm.
The road is one of the best in the
country and runs almost directly
west from here to Mobcetie, a dis
tance of 100 miles. Air. Soger has
provided buckboards and a covered
hack for 4,1k) .accommodation of pas
sengers, and will take them through
in the shortest time consistent with
safety and comfort. Buckboards
and stages connect at Mobcetie for
all points in Texas and New Mexi
co. Mobcetie is the seat erf govern
swaif of Wheeler oounty, and the
greater port of the Pan Handle, a.s
most of the other counties we unor
ganised, and dependent on Wheeler
Mobeotie has two first class stores
of genornl merehandire, one owned
by W. I-L Weed iV Co., the other by
II. Hamburg A' Co. Both these
kinds of produce from onions and
beans up to hidos and :furs, and fur
nish a icadv market for all that the
people of the country liave to soil.
B. F. Clampitt and J. A. Richardson
.each have hotel and livery accom
modations for all who may conu,
arid "wo can assure the traveler tha't
ho will receive ifinst class treat
ment. Shoemakers, blacksmiths and
wagonmakrwF stand ready to work
at their rco e live places of busi
ness, and from what we can sco and
hear are doiiig ;a .good business.
Among the blacksmiths, Mr. John
Miller stands foremost as all wi!l
agree who have been about his shop
and observed the amount of work
lie turns out. JJcJs.a skillujl work
man and deserves the success Tic h
having. The court house and jail
is the best building we have seen in
the West, is built of limestone two
stories high and 'large -enough In
all the business of the countv. The
main building contains the court
n'ooni, count.v ofliccs and the vault
for the" records and public fmulh.
The jail is in a wing of the inain
building and is provided with sub
stantial iron cells of whicn Mr.
Thomas is the patentoe. The build
ing is throughout a very substantia'!
aSTair and a credit to the county. ih
cost is $18;000. TJie .(.0WJ.1 ab tiit
base of supplies and 'business cen
ter of one of the richest stock dis
tricts in the West, suffers from no
boom and will grow up into a vcr.
1 substantial towm.
M-esw's. 'IX "W. 'ranTIorn iVCo.ap
tlie traders iit Elliott and we Hhould:
judge are doing a good buwnc.!S
Air. Van Horn is one erf the plcas
antest gentlemen we have met I'm
some time and is a thoroughgoing
businessman. Air. Mark Jlusclhr
is proprietor of the Richmond
House and keeps .a hated in every
wily first class. JJ is .card appears in
this issue, :and from personal knowl
edge wo can recommend the house
iKrany who may go that way. Mr.
H. has been for several .years in the
hotel business and poi'es 'iao pains
to make his guests emu fur table.
We secured u vorv satisfactory
list of subscribers" at both Mobeetie
and Ellioti and commend the eiti
aeus Hiid Koldk-rs for tlieir liberality.
Among others we visited General
llateh, PustCiJUimander, who kiiul
y volunt ored to give us his ccj)eri
enee in the neuKpaper business audi
a art of ourown, fund while we ex
tend to him our thanks for his in
terett in our behalf, yet we have no
fears of lh' eonsi'(iicncM'H wliich h
prediet.s either tbr ffurneltf or am
The peoph of Colonido are biCtUi
firms hiiw cm el I cut htoekK of troodv
and displav enrpris. in k.-..ii.r ;':iii -f AlviiJ M.-rry ft.r samnorinf
,. n V 4, i .. , , ,,l ii' i'ht t t." h hidnii. Berry
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