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The Mitchell County Key from Glen Elder, Kansas • 4

The Mitchell County Key from Glen Elder, Kansas • 4

Glen Elder, Kansas
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COMMUNICATIONS Texas. Fourth, On what question of national importance are the Republicans and Democrats divided? Fifths Without law is there anv such thing as money? Answer through the ey. Querist. Glen Elder, Apr. 29.

1.25 to $3 a day, and from $25 to $35 a month. We had from this point a very pleasant survey of the Rocky Hills; plenty of snow on them. We left Denver on Sunday morning for New Mexico. We will commence work to-morrow, at $2.25 per day. We had the pleasure and honor of being 9.338 feet above the level of the sea.

This is the second highest point in the United States. We passed through some verv nice and also some very rough country. Where we are there is plenty of timber, mountains and snow, but it is very warm. Yours truly, Will. From Colorado.

Ft. Concho, Tom Green 'April 14, 1880. It costs something to live in this part of the State. Corn ifi worth $2.25 per bushel meal, the same; Hour, potatoes, bacon, 20c per pound. This is west of the arable line.

There is nothing raised wiihout irrigation. The country is occupied by stock -ranches, and is fit for nothing else. Grass and water are plenty on the Concho. have seen enough of Texas. I start back to Waco tomorrov nhall make a short stop there, and then start for Kansas.

H. C. Babcock. Information Wanted. Fox, the great orator, was on one occasion told by a ladj she ''did not care three skips of a louse fur him.1' He im mediately took out his pencil and wrote the following: A lady has told me, And in her own house, That she cares not for me ''Three skips of a louse.1' I forgive the dear creature For what she has said.

Since women will talk Of what runs in their head. Conejos, April TJ, 1830. Deau Key: You being in the midst of mv esteemed friends, I will send you a short account of my trip to the llocky I left your neighboring town, Cawker, on Monday evening, the 12th; met with Jolly Buster of the Free Press, and we went into partnership. Stopped over night at the Lee House, in Bull City, started next "morning for -Fort Hayes; arrived then) on Wednesday evening ami boarded the 12 o'clock train for Denver. We arrived in Denver at noon, on Saturday, and took dinner at the Larmer House.

At dinner Jolly Buster caused a great laugh by remarking, ''These carrots aint cooked like mother used to cook them." In the afternoon we took the street cars and traversed the city with great delight and pleasure. Denver is an enterprising town. There is plenty of work to be had; wages from First, Is it possible for one to be a basis for three? Second, If it is right for the United States government to be as good as its word with the bondholder, is it not right that it be as good as its word with the soldier? Third, If, as some say, there is a great surplus of gold and silver in the United States treasury, why not pay off the bonds they become due, instead of funding them in lower rate bonds? A man must be sick to throw up a situation. In what suit does a man never feel comfortable? A lawsuit. Never be idle..

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