The Caddo International News
February 22, 1877
City and Country
Roses for the millions.
Secretary Merrill is getting well.
The fur trade will soon be over.
Farmers are preparing their ground.
Weather pleasant and air balmy and refreshing.
Prof. Harley, of Tishomingo, is in town today.
Mrs. Sims contemplates building a Hotel in Caddo.
Maj. Rainwater, of St. Louis, was in the city last week.
Go to U. M. Cooper for a first class picture. Terms reasonable.
The work of beautifying the Cemetery is going on as pleasant days permit.
One narrative never sent to the local paper- the narrative of the average dog.
Serenading party badly “bulldozed”. Who did it? Oh, those other fellows.
Business is lively and there is a growing hope of better times than Caddo ever knew.
The Saint James Hotel is being painted which gives it a very fine appearance.
The farther one lives beyond his income, the nearer he gets to the poor house.
Within the last eight or ten days eggs have fallen from 23 cents to 10 and 12 cents.
Dr. Webster of Boggy Depot, was in the city last week. He reports health good in that vicinity.
The singing class at the Saint James Hotel last night was well attended. Mr. T. D. Meadows was elected leader.