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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 6 December 1879

FARM TOPICS. floor. This current is forced by steam power, and its effect is strikingly no- uceauie in passing irom any otner apart ment into the creamery, although all the roomswhicli are required to, be kept HINTS FOB THE HOUSEHOLD. The Table, Clam Fritters: Take 25 clams and stew them in their own liquor, salt and The West "Chester Republican gives the following- account of the Allerton Farm creamery near that place : Three miles to the southwest of our luMTMiffli in till, truvnetiiti nff Tvnet Hfii1- ford, there has been erected during the however, these are closed, and the en- i them as fine as possible, remqving all past summer an establishment which tiro currcnt-M diverted to the room cs-lthe hard portions first; make a batter will undoubteilly prove to be not only a I pccially requiring it. i of four eggs, with a half-pint of sifted money-making concern to its projector, The process ofchecse-niaking is alsot flour and a pint of mile; get it as but a great convenience to 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. — 6 December 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY, DEC. 6. SUBSCIMTION: Si 00 per year, in advance .1ICUOLAI B. KLA1NE, Editor. EjTTEBED ATTHEPoSTOFFICEATDoDOE City, Kansas, ah sECONrxxAsa Mail MATIEK.1 NOT IN THE KING. There u some hope of railroad extension lo Western Kansas. The Wichita Eagle savs the Chicago, Alton & St. Louis Bail road, which has bo far kept out of the clutch es of the manipulators, and which wilhin the fear has built an extension to Kansas Citr, it seems is anxious to get into South western Kansas. A preliminary survey from a point in Missouri has been ordered to Fort Scott. In conversation with a prominent gentleman of that city the other day the ed itor of the Eigle learned that there was lit tle doubt of its speedy construction to that cint. The gentleman referred to further said that from all he knew he was convinc ed that the management contemplated an extension west immediately to the Arkansas valley along the old fifth parallel line which lioe was graded f...

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. — 6 December 1879

"GREAT AMERICAN DESERT." BY BIT. JAMES MXHCH, DtOTTO, COLO. We can well remember the time, when, if t person toggetted that the Grand Prairie of Illinois would at eome time be occupied as a forming country, he would be retarded ai ever yiaionarv. Now, Illinois Is called the "Garden State," on account of the product iveness of iti rait prairie land. But the country beyond the Missouri rirer was called "The Great American Desert," and was regarded as very destined to perpet ual barrenncn, principally on account of its dry climate. Kansas was designated a, "Droughty Kansas. How much its first set tlers in the cistern pan of the State suffered from the lack of rain, is a matter of history. Starvation several times stared them in the face, and tbey were helped by their Eastern friends, and encouraged to persevere in col lirating the soil, till new Eastern Kansas is no more subject to drouth than Ohio and II lioois. Owing to climatic changes in that Taut region known as "The Great America...

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

THE OLD VTAY3 AKD THE KEfV. I'o Just foiu! In from the meadow, wife, w here the grit- Is tall and green ; 1 hobbled out uon iny caiic to see John's new mat nine. It liia'li itiv old, eyes snail again, to see that momvr mow, . . a i , . And I heaved irigb for the scythe I swung some twenty J ears ago. Many and manvH the day I've mowed, 'neath the ray- of the scorcliing sun Till I thought my lHiorbatk would break ere the ta-k for the day was done. I often think of the tin) n of toll In the fields all oierlhefiu-m. Till I ffl the sweat on my wrinkled brow and the old p-iln come In my arm. Jt wa hard ui irk. It wiW slow- work.'rf-STrfng- IngthonldM.-ythcthen; LnlikM the mower that went through the grass like death through the rank of men. I stood and looked till hit old tjosathed. am:izeu at us sneeu ami liower The work It took me a djv to uoitdono in will often ' let a dollar blind tlie eve or quicken the sight,' and so read a bonny " The ri-rlit hand points out the direc tion in which...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 6 December 1879

"CI SXMSXMJSBSiSa . J .A Cmmmt9mmmt-I',m i " l.l.witb E MPLOYMENT . !- .iKrH JiHcti WAtEl Mir r4. SLOAN Al'a.aiVorfeHi. Cincinnati O. 1 and CRACKLINGS Wa-itrdln anj quantity. Htehrn --h prlcw paid. IttCUII A U, rhllad.lplila. Ia. WANTED, ABEIsTSS TIIK HOUSEHOLD IIXCYCLOFKIHA A Hand It.ik f General Information. lTtee 8J2.50. Affmts. this l.ok sells nrnre readily than any other Al'Plj lor agency and circulars at one. J. 1L CH IMULKS At Ctt, St Louis. Ma AGENTS WANTED WB ft! I mnk nnil .Iesc .Jiiii.e th m-ted train and bank rwUU-ni by hoi. J, A. I-acm, I'n. D. Mt furitlnz bookerer pt-b.Mied: tell Hip tru tlry of all their ttutntbu$ dvt profuM-l; illustrated. Agents, donl wast Urn? on &lw Wks, but take this at once Circu lars frve. w .b. Bryan, lulu. 0.! IN. 4(1. SL, bt.lalt.llOc AGENTS READ THIST Wo will pay Arect a Salary of 1100 pr month and i enses, or allow a large O'mmtailon, to sell nor new and wonderful InTentlons. WtmtinwlKittrmx Sam ale free. Address Sli HUMAN It CO. Marsh...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 6 December 1879

k THE DODQE CITY TIMES. DODGB CITY. SATURDAY. DEC. 0. LOCAL NEWS. Capt. K. Vance, of Kurt Lyon, went rut Tburaday night. We wojIJ just remark about tilt wither tint it il ruild and furious. We guess ie have about s teach love fur FrOrt a bi.i partner KLinn La. O. W. Shannon in putting up a burineM Lou'e adjoining hi present location. Iter. O, W. Wright preacbis in this cily the coming Sunday, morning and evening. John W. Straugbn ha char:? of Web eter's lumber yard during the latterV ab- leoce. Jos A. Minor, of Spearev.lle, called on Monday, lie had been allien t a few months in Iowa. "Dutch Henry," a former Kansas licrse ll.irf, is iu the House of Correction at lie- iroit, Michigan. A. Gluck, jeweler, wtnt, Sandy,toSt. Louis, lie will return in a few week with a large lock of goods. IL W. Montgomery takes the place of W K. Wood aa express ftgent, the latter return log to the rjad aa mesenger. A lady representing the Home for the Frirnllesiat Leavenworth, will lecture in the Union c...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 December 1879

c VOL. VI. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, DEC. 13, 18X9... 3jQL-k BODGE CITrTMSF PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON &. COLBORN. M. W. 8UTT0N. K. F. COLSOKX. ATTH.1BTM AT LAW, DODGK CITY. KAN. Office in Tout Office Building. HAKKYE. GUYDEN. ;ATXB!nCT AT UW, DODGE Cm', KAS. Will pracfW Id the State and Federal Courts. GEO. A. KELLOGG. ATTeBNBY AT I-AW, DODGK CITY, KAN Will practice in the several court of the State. Office in Glob Building E. F. HARDESTY, ATTeBltBY AT E.AW. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. Will practice In state and ederal Conns. Office second door west of Postoffiee. iv v uisnv 1 PHNIC1AR Alfa SCBGB)f, DODGE CITY. KANSAS. Orden mar be lelt at Frlnger. Drug store, Bttidene east end of Military avenue. BR1NKMAN. BROS. & WEBSTER, LfJBBBB B-BAI.KBA. DODGE CITY. KAS. Yards south or Railroad track. CBNTBH1HAI. BABBBB HH)I. LEMLEY&KOClI. Proprietor. Shaving, Shampooing and IUIr Coining done in tbe latest fashion. JOHN WERTH. CIVIIs KHGI.1BBB. DODOE CITY. FORD CO., KANSAS, Will locate lands in ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 December 1879

THE DODGE CITY IL1MES. SIBSCBIPIIOX! i 00 per Tear, la Adf . NICHOIAS B. KLAINK, Editor. FARM TOPICS. THE SCUl'I'EBSOSO OKAI'E. As very little of this specie? of grapes (Ml! rotumUfoli'i) is known by your Northern readers, some of them may be sufficiently enriou to know more of its jieciiliaritie-i. In coniinon with all the other native varieties, it U diaxious Jiolyjmmtf, or in other words the pistil ale or fruitful plants have a portion of perfect flowers and a portion of imper fect Honors in the same clnstcr, while iUmiimte plants have all the (lowers entirely destitute of a stigma and pistil, and aic consequently all entirely barren. This being llio case, of w hat use are thee latter plants ? They are not need ed for the fertilization of the frnit-licar-ing portion, as suflicientflovters are per fect to produce an enormous crop of iruit, aim it makes no difference in the quantity of fruit if there is not a stami nate plant within miles of them. This is the case with hibrusca, co...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 December 1879

ITEMS OFnraEREsS Femoral and Literary.. ,. Mrs. niggmsbn'.'anthoror "Boom for One More,' is the wife of Col. T. W. Higginson. a Mr. Tennyson has written two child songs which will appear in tho January number of StT Nicholas. 1"'JL Mrs. Maxwell (Mis Braddon) has purchased the fine old honsp of the Bishop of Lichfield, at Kichmond. The daughter, of President 'White of Cornell University is engaged to niar rv Mr. Theodore Stanton, son of Mrs. Henry B. Stanton. Mr. John Bright is said to he deeply read in Milton, and always carries with him wherever ho'goes a copy of that great poet's greatest poem. Mrs. W . B Morris a granddaughter Although but, 25, she. ,w:is a -writer of excellent promise- Of Victor Hugo, Mr. Boyescn says in ScnLiKT that there is nothing in ilia appearance, except his close-cropped w lute hair and a few expressive wrinkles, to betray life 'age-jTJ year ' Science and InrinAtry, A colossal monument to BecthrivenJ Ujniu muni J"r;ii HJ13t aiG l.ttlSllWl, soon to bo .add...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 December 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. DEC. 13. .SUnsCUimOX! 2 on per year, In advance niCHOLAB M. KLAIHE, Editor. ESTKBED AT THE PoSTOrFlCI! AS DoDOE Citv, Kansas, as secohd-claw Mail HATTER.) C W. Johnson, a Kimu weather proph et, has had some of hia predictions knocked into a cocked hat; bat Mr. Johnson doe not claim to be weather-wise; his predictions are based upon the periodicity cf eventi; bat these events vary in their course. He pre dicts a dry season to follow the drouth of 1879; the fall rales however dirtnrbed these calculations. Mr. Johnson says the dry pe riod will be shifted eastward aod northward, Central aod Western Kansas will suffer, the tJouthwezt escaping mostly. There is a pro bability of plenty of rain in this region next year, wtiitJi we infer from the following by Mr. Johnson: "Daring the past season the return trades hare had more than the usual tend to the East. This has deluged Western Europe apd the northern part of our Pacific Slope, while from the...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 December 1879

TOWNSHIP FIBJB-OUABD.LXW. The danger menacing the stock' 'huge in JtaboD? county, ttarothung the Cresset. It says no move has been made to gaud against the fires prevalent in that rrg ieo; and it I will t Um township election next February, I propose that the question of enforcing the I '-Township ire-guard law" be submitted to the elecion of Bsrboer county . The principal provisions of this law a, that it most first be submitted to thsTOters st same general election, and if a majority Totein favor of the township fire tax, then the county eommlssieosn are authorised to lew not mora than two mills, with the pro vision that each man mar work out bis tax at the rate of $1 SO per day, or $3 per day for man, team end plow, or scraper, or wa gon or not to exueed one dollar per acre for mowing, or fonr dollars per sere for break ing prairie. The work is done under the su pervision of the township trustee. At the time of the recent visit of our cat tle growers to Chicago, the Pueblo Chieft...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 December 1879

STOKttSW TIIE FORTlMtDiEltS. ! fire and ncr 1 :n u. - Th" "IiJRlnK, Time on th I'actflr Slope Thirty Iran .A1.-0 "TriB" nnil Ilia t.lrl sib." Iluw Dickrnou Uwl Ilia ll.Iol. " Yes, these were lively times, now 30U tan bet. o man told jou you lied nen e which lie show cd he lidd i :n i. ...-...... rn..Aii.r i. .1,:., !; tZixljirIil.i.i ir,ulU.iLi- fJl "Oil! I couhLuHipustoricilikothat -all he afternoon. Jgcfull worked up thinking of the old time and the boj s I used to be w ith. I used to have a fellow with nie without passing in his cheeks right off," named Texas THy 'George, Tie rw as ii "working.' 'But .the, old man may . JBoWfcri4,'Brtas. x rtrsiw a lwad "nn,a rouT'' I sii.! 1lL i 2i3 - ajfci gste'd. 'Well, tiont ytra worry40-A curious 1pcholdglclphenomenoa about thar, Kill. -"He! wont much the better ofurit you cant returned to Lot Angeles, and on, lie first day, after the hois had wanderecl around the town, Texas s.i3: IilI, let's go round to lbJ liouc and c Mb, ana get 'very i ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 December 1879

PAY to agent on live Jese James Shefiard and other. MAasH&CVLJILnuK. AGENTS READ THIS. A 0IHT3 WASTED FOR A T0TTB ROUND THE WORLD rUOICTIf AC PRESENT by mail for nro WewUlpaj Aasataatalarr at 1100 Mr moot aad aaTaBaaaeraliawalana aeeaalaBlea.toaaaaar new aad woDMrfol laeeBUana. remeaataAasiatarf. Baav Dalraa. Aodnai immmil CO. mnnall. Wlea oimsoji Indian Blood Syrup. BY GIMIEAL GRANT. $72 A WEEK. S13adTatliomeeas!lTniaa -rli r-t frrt n-MftTrrltlV l-irrin Tata k Ika I aaceetaeUtot book eeer poMUhad. aad tha BIT ramaMa and ambentu Weterj at Oraara Tlaeala. Saad ler ctecnlarl oanlalnln a foil deacrtpOam at lae jertandoarenratermatoAreett. Adi'if w iTii.TmaaneOouS.LaaAM. m FUK UIITED TO RO COUITRT, SECT OK MCI CKeTolTer. Illustrated Catalogue U H W ttm. enai Weatarn Qun Warta Huabursh. ERRY DAVIS f C la Ofl perdaTathoat.8a!npleaworthtS IJiB tlUfiea, Addn3riMOMc!i,Puc1ln,1,IH. rw-s,, - . Ba aU rlO Fto.WBtai AIN-KIMER f m 44 TOCR BOK.LLIXR roll F , ASKPOPULflR UBRAST.' nW la a vr. n i...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 December 1879

TEE'DODGE-CITY'TIMES.( D0DGBClTV;-8ATUKlAT.JDr.C. IS. LOCAL NEWS. Saowo the depth of three inches f til at Pueb o en Tuesday. . i Judge Fringer lefi Tue-dy afternoon for chore visit la triends in the rast. Ji.hnUey M putting up building for a testauranr, adjoining G. W. hhsunuu's new buildirg. - - V E. R-ColTry has the sub-contract for car rying themeti between Dodge City and Tu cu, Tex?. It is stated that Pat Soghrue is married. He ha our unbounded desire for hsppinees and riches. H.McOariy, I'incil of the Dodge City rublie School, ia jpending the vacation at Cimirrcn L Wednesday morning the thermometer in d.csted 7 dcgieei 25 below frseziric point. The Arkacssa river was frozen over Tbemeatlis do not make much hfadway, only afewcasr reportel; and we pnsiime Christmas will 6od the Children all well. The Independent Order ol Odd Fellows hate appointed a committee lo make ar ranjemenU for a grand bill on Christmas. The public schools of Djdge City c!oed Mondiy until afier the holidye...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 December 1879

vtt; DODGE CITY TIMES: VOL. VI. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, DEC. 20, 1879. NO. 32. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON &. COLUOKN. M. W. SUTTON. E. F. COLBOKN. ATTSBIIBIlt AT I. AW, DODGE CITY. KAN. OflJc in fiwt Ofate Building. HARKYE. GKYDEX. :TTBMEI AT WW. dodge crrr, kas. Will practioe In the State and federal Courts. GEO. A. KELLOGG. ATTOBtVEV AT I. AW, DODGE CITY, KAN. Will practice in to' several courts of the State. Office in Globe BulMlnz E. F. 1IAKDESTY. ATTORNEY AT 1AVT, DODGE CITY. KANSAS. Will practice In State and federal Courts. Office second door west of Postoffice. W. F. MASON, risTftlClAM A!IB MJROEOI. DODGE CITY. KANSAS. Orders mar be lett at Fringcr" Drugstore. Itesideaco east end of Military atenue. IIK1.NKMAN. 11K0S. &. WEBSTEK, Lt-BBEB DBALEBR. DODGE CITY. KAS. Yards south of Itailroad track. CENTENNIAL BARRKK HSP. LEMLET &. KOCH. Proprietor. chiving. Shampooing and Hair Culttingdoneln the latest fashion. JOHN WERTH. CIVIL BNGIMBBB, DODGE CITY, KOKD CO., KANSAS. Wi...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 December 1879

k, THE DODGE CITY TIMES. !&tffSMSi 1 cakes, pour ocr the apples anil naKc. This is to be eaten with cream or sirup, according to taste. Or line a deep uish , VEGETINE .DR.CLARK, M BCKI PIIOX : ti 00 per i Mr, la A dianee . Kidney Complaints. X1CH0LASB.KL.VIXK, - Editor, j with cmft ,uaJo for 0iscnit, fill with ' DINEAMR OP THE MIIKM'l. to, place on a top crust same as ior or take bread-crumbs soaked in Calendar for 1880. January. July. ; . I t I 1 a , I a i hi'i i 8 5;io "v'i, "c i 11 12 13 M l.-,;iC,;i7 U12 13 14 25 2G27 SS.iO.SO 31J25 2C 27 2S 29j3 ' i"i"-"i"l"l"l"l"i" anuloA. place on a top crust same as for itiesmintonHot an acute attar or intianmiat o or j mn. nv oln liwnil -ninili3 snaked in February. n T W T i 2 a 4 Rj U 10 11 IS; 1CU;,17 Ot in at c, 13114 1S192021 I.V2C 27 23 gSii August. in!iAi7tifiinn!l M.tVS-flSo 027 $ 29,30,31 the ktdtier a are at follows ierrr.Dain Jnth-tmll the back, and thence thontinir downward; nuniwiejs of the thigh, vomiting, tuualir at first ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 December 1879

I School and Chnrrb. I Spurgeon has preached hU fifteen pick. Pockets are always ripe enough to J How OM is the Friday Supentitl: ITEMS OF INTEREST. -Tennyson and Carhlc are bom in-' "Jl860"- . ,. T1??? by teleP'one taste like a In Mr. Proctor's Sunday evening lec- veterate smokers, and both suffer from , The Cincinnati iiKirer says that i boiled china egg on toast. Jure on the " Beligion of Astronomy " dy3pepia. notov.wu out ot sou.wu people in that A rolling stone gathers no moss, n aiiuueu to me prevalent superstition u u is agnnustonc. .. .7 .."........ j...... v.- Dr. Glenn, the California wheat city attend church. ' especially wiaiii u u u it i:iiuusiuiii:. - ... ." n. j ...I . .. ... . ... nn kw..!... ....if ai.a.1 ... Xlli.n.vM.l.... .I... grower,,! said to have had 45,000 acres -JW!S "When the wind gets round, then ' T"l 'VT ,; hr nT h nes me whirlwind. n. a.i.ii,V ' -.' ". ... in wheat this year; his crop was 800,000 ! ne?.rl f1'000,000 for miss,on anJ ctUl- comes bushels....

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 December 1879

L THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DOIKiK CITY. SATURDAY, DEC. 20. SUBSCRIPTION": 2 U) per year, in advance .-tlCIIOI.Art B. Ka.AI.tK. Editor. EXTEHEJl ATTIIEl'oBTOmCE AT DOIWE City, Kansas, as secoxd-ci.anj Mail matter. I THE INDIAN TEERITOBY AND TIIE BAILEOADS. A New York i!iitch nays (hit promoters of railroad enterprise hating chaftir of liml grants encroaching Uhu Ii.di.iu lerri lor j, and speculators in the rlocls of there toads, have Uca looking anxiously for M)me action ol Congre- which will result io open- injj that territory to m t leiuei.t bjr tl.ewliites. The plan sow promoted La. the a-tilof the Inteiiur Deusriaieut, ami is fattnkitur lo the railroad interest. It provide that the I.nds held tjr the Indian in the Urriioiy he d.vi.iid up by tne Indium in several!;. The railroid corporation are wiling loeunen' der tntir lttiil grants if Congress .ill coa rent to in thi nianiur divide lands luld by tb Indian j riritl twtfften the individual uitinbers ul the Uilm; for if I hew lands we...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 December 1879

FOURTEEN YEABS AGO. H. W. Jones, in the Las Animas Leader, gives eotae interesting reminiscence of the border, Jborteta yean ago, from which we quote: The lit of Mar, 1865, had come, and af ter a rroggle lor life for the fire yean ot the cruel conflict that was now ended, the writer of this, with hia wife and family o little children, took np thtir march aeroaa the deaert toward the setting eon. In 1885 the Indiana from Council drove to the foot of the mountain, lo use a familiar exprea. eion, were btd. They attacked ever train, I believe, that croawd the pUina that year, or annoyed it in tome way. At FawneoRock they charged na several times bat were re pulsed. The train cona'a.ed of fire handled wagons, and (raveled doubled op or in two column, tide by aide, for several houia of that day. The government traina and pri Tate tram were obliged to (rare! together and in great numbera for protection. Wten we got to Lamed on the Pawnee Fork, we were halted teTeral days, daring which tioM...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 December 1879

-- fe-ME AI.' ELECTRIC SPRDiG . factory result. He states that the drop 'of I, -water resembles :wllakii uf snow The 3i..,t woudcrfui atnrni curi..it xt , viewed with the same instrument. ' 'He " 'examined severs! other drops, and. lt.rointii-.iiYiilTeun. ttaiwr. itmngB l0 sav eaoj, prcented a marked I nested to things for which they are un mo ocauuiui iiunaio alley the j uinerence in appearance, i ne irrst as mountaineer's paradise, and one "of the sumed the shape of a star, the second most roinautie spots in Tennessee lies that of a crescent, the third a dapper, along the eastern bank of that lot cly . the fourth a comet, and so on. After mountain sticani, the Cancy Fork. ' concluding his examination, the gcntlc Thrco or four miles from the mouth of man rcsohed to further test the quali ties valley stands an old water mill, J ties of the water by tasting it. Letting whom huge iron-bound wheel, it is said, a single drop fall on his tongue, he was performed its last ret olution some...

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