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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 17 January 1880

TO CORRESPONDENTS. AH communications for this papersuonld be f comnanicU bv the name of tho author, not necos'-Hrllrforpubllc.ition, but os evidence of i , ri1-f;nni.ra. rood f.iitli on tne part 01 tne writer. v nte , "." 11"": ... :,i; .i,lra only on one side of tlie paper. Kcpartlcnltrly I tion of the drarch 444 presiding CKltrs canlul in biudb luiam ami uaie,u uuve an(i fcunfii members' IMlVC lie all letters or Csure plain ana distinct. ITEMS OF INTEREST. l'eroonnl nnil Literal J Kuoian! who arc devoted to Dick ons are eagerly looking forward to a translation of hi letters promised by a .St. Petersburg firm. -I'liskin refused S4C0 from Scnbner' last the McthodistKpiscop-il Church had 'MM f any Dane who makes there at annual coUllWmwtW&l A Berim nrcachcP". and I.b'Ju.BJi niemuers aim i'"i , ,""t: , ---- -- .-- 1". . " .?. .. .:, luit tlm lifiMif tmri)al f.imilv in Cd- . aime inu uii-- ..,.-.. --. 7r r ...i " ir- , pemiagen, ouscrves mai. -mc iyug-3 daughters won, as maidens, a...

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. — 17 January 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. JAN. 17. SUBSCRIPTION: Sz 00 per year, in advance M.B. KUtlNE.BdltsraBdPaMUIicr ElTTEBED ATTHEPosTOFFICZATDoDOE City, Kansas, as seooxd-class Mail XATTEB. KANSAS A, SHEEP COUNTBY, W. J. Colvin; of Lsrned. writes to the Kuiu Firmer u follows : Oar wheat is io a very promising con dition, nd we look forward with hope of the beet crop we hue ever raised. The winter so far hu been favorable for stock as well as for wheat. There is little or no slock kept except sheep, which are all look' ing fine and doing well. There are a great many beginners in this new enterprise. A great man; hare it to learn, and some will bare to par for their education, bat to each I would say, S ick to the bosinen and 70a will succeed. There is no money In jump ing from one thing to another, and money that is gained without any effort is worth little. Small flocks do not pay, bat what can we put small money into that will pay better? 8eTeral farmers with small means c...

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. — 17 January 1880

PAWNEE COUNTY. from the LarnsJ Chronoacope. . Lamed is baring a relapse of the Leadville fever. Millet hay is telling in Lamed for four dollars per too. Those that pretend to know say the wheat looks fine in this county. Mr. Colvin sold eighteen fine bocks out of bis heard list week at twenty-two dollars a bead. A red flannel band around the neck, satur ated with coal oil, is the prevailing style in Lamed. There will be a meeting on January 19th for the purpose of organizing a wool growers association for Southwestern Kansas. W. J. Colvin negotiated the sale of Mrs LG.E ing's 200 sheep for 1600, and he ears they were the cheapest ever slid in Pawnee county. Mr. CoWin informs us that the lata sown a wheat is beginning to sbow itself nicely, and he thinks a few more days ot such weather will insure good crops. We hear it stated that the Santa Fe Com' pany intend to extend their St. Louis branch from Wichita west via Kingman to Lamed. This will gire us a through line to St. Lonis, and ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 17 January 1880

Ml' LOSS. climb and scramble splendidly, much to rival at our hotel of a most charming evening. What did I care about fasdn- the annoyance of Gcraldine, who dc- family. Colonel and Mrs. Pallisser and ating men, w hen a certain pair of brown Iuyfitril liUetinr wimloir fitting, clares that I get as brown as a berry, theirtwo daughters. The latter were eyes vv ere forever haunting me. lAuttlrtiraiun 'and my hands arc not tit to be seen, most accomplished girls, and exceed- "Ah, me!" thought ; "how I have Hie) hntrrrftandlicnntbDiywiiciifDleVe. Hoivevcr that mav be true, scramble I iugly graceful and pretty; and before changed. A few short months ago and The little (rirt t'h flushed ami mem- faces do, and one auspicious day (never to be many daj s Kathleen, the eldest.and mj - the idea of flirtation would have made i;iuiiratinei'ii ror iiiyatiKverineMniiv! forgotten) I got a good way out among self formed an attachment which, con- me perk up and jump for "joy, and 'I Aiidiriniitmeiilitl...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 17 January 1880

opium &&t?ht& Morphia Habit Cured at ITnme. I ,OQO CiirrL lwarcof Irtr-t)dlciir-t. a AdJitir.M.loH,iJuU.cy.Mlch. Encash Brtnot.es $10 a year. Hrlte to Millar Great ISiial&es al)tge. Keokuk, la. -- , aDYKES'BEAKDELIXI AM hJgaw,'K fcW.tr ni , CATARRH Samnle of Care mailed FREE. a -ti. Jt -J? Jiita' FKUI CATARRH CURE 3 Is an absolute cure forCatarrh, rllroncbllis. Asthma. Concha. Cods ' ruralgla. etc ihiup immv. Iii1 Agt,713 OUT StStLoulsJU. Bv flvitn. Vegetine. Dr. Callier Surprised. Tegetine Cured His Bangbtsr. CiLuniTiixK. Chilton 0. Ala.. Hay 13. 187. IVarMr Vy daughter ha been atllcieJ with nasal catarrh, affection of b.adJer and UJnvis, and Is of frmroltun diathesis, and, after having exhausted my skill awithe most eminent plirolcttn of sfima. 1 at last rrrtM M tneus of ytur VtHETINE (wifioiit confidence). mticL to niy greit sjrpr-e. my daughter ha r-eenreiJored to healta. I write this as a simple act of Jiwtlw an l nJt as an aJvTtiHiuiE m diuni. lirsprctfully, T....

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. — 17 January 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. 8ATUMJAT. JAN. 17 LOCAL NEWS. Ilcv.O. W. Wkiout will preach iu the Union Church next r-abbalb. A kombek o the fiui in K..rd couny aie gjiri: into the -hej lusineee. llox. it. M. Wniaiir h returned after eaveral areels aiieerce in Texas uu itusii.ese It V. Evam, Cnuaiy Treasure-, ent lo Hay City un tmtneee Tuesday night, and will beabarni only a few dajs. The City Hotel ia i.osr nndtr the sole cLarjje of K. M. Akens, who will conduct it io good style. Mr. Harderty retire from the (aruerliii. We neglected to (.talc lt week that a eia'er of Mr. M. W. Sution returned wi'h htr from the eat. She will inaVe tliis & temporary home, i J. M. Bay has etablir'ed a reaurant a few doors wtal of the tuisiGlIice. He keeps frcst oysters in aeaecn, and is prepiired to furnish a "square men" to the hnngrT. (Sire him a call. THENKVY OFFICERS. The county officer elided in November last, assumed their duties on Monday 1cU George T. Iliokle as Sheriff, O. W. Potter at...

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. — 24 January 1880

r DODGE CITY TIMES. s VOL. VI. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JAN. 24, 1880. NO. 36- t7C!L t- jls t PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON & C0L110RN. If. W. SUTTON. ' COLBORN. ATTOKEIK AT MW, DODGE CITV. KAN". OfEce In Post Office Building. 1IAKRY E. GRYDEN. ATTSBXEV AT U, dodge crrir. kas. Will uractloe in the State and Federal Court. GEO. A. KELLOGG. 1TTWXEI AT LAV. DODGE CITY, KAN. W ill practice in the several courts of the State, Office in Globe Building E. F. HAKDESTY, ATTOBXKY AT MW, DODGE CITY. KANSAS. Will practice in State anil Federal Courts, ofjee aeoond door west of I'ostflffice. W. F. MASON. PIIVSICIAW AHD MDBCKOX. DODGE CITY. KANSAS. Urdrn mar be left at Frlnger's Drug More. Residence east end of Military atenne. Ill'l.NKMAX. BROS. &. WEBSTER. I. U.TIBER DBAI.ERI4. DODGE CITY. KAS. Yard south of Railroad track. Cfc-XTEMrflAI. BARBKK ft BO I'. Li'MLl'Y&KOCii. Proprietors. Sharing. bamooing ami Hair Cuitting ilonr m the latest fashion. JOFIN WERTH. CIVIL. UNCINKBR. DODGE CITY, lO...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 January 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. MBMnWTHMt $0nrTnr, la Adtww. NICHOLAS 15. KLAIXK, - Eiiitob. JIUXNIE'S LOVKK. Tli" Ijil- Cntninlty on III Tnj A Sroti-li IjkNt-' IC'lllltlllCT ulnl 11k Snil IZiMlinK From lli- I'ttt'-lMirx iviera.li. Dili you ever see a pretty young Scotch girl. who had lwen carefully i-d-ucati-d anil brought up in tlic middle class of Scottish society? If yon have never hail the good fortune to see one, your life has not yet reached tiie zenith of its possibilities. A lionnie Scotch lassie with the "lint-white locks" that Bobbie Hums lovcil to speak of, with big blue eyes, that are almost childish in their modesty and shyness, with pret ty, round checks that wear the lovely pink lints of perfect health, with a sup ple, slender figure and neat foot, cn-ca-cd in a sensible, thick-soled boot, and a Mini hand, slightly browned by the absence of gloves. A " lassie" with all tliis is as pleasant a sight as one -ouId wih for on the-: cloudy, disagree able days. Just such a dainty " l...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 January 1880

ITEMS OP INTEREST. I consumed 9,000 bales of cotton, and self with the reflection that no monarch ' ......?.. .!.... 1 1 in; AjiA . 1 - nf nlnlli in ronnnt limM lit A ilin.1 Hi (hnnaiitatn'd IllUMUiaUlUIll! 11)IWWV tJUUSUI lll'lll, n. ...... u....j ........... .. ......nuoo... h Frnonal and uimir. i which brought from G to 8 cents a yard, Grace Greenwood's daughter has and was purchased chiefly by Northern gone on the Londen stage. jobbers. The Alabama Conference of the 31. The Crosslcy modification of X. Church South embraces 144 minis- . Huguse's microphone, which has been tcrs. , successfully Used as a transmitter for -3Irs. Bosc Lathrop, a daughter of , telpuoncs, so that church services are hand, however often assailed. Odds and Ends. An exchange thinks that the fashion of ladies' waistcoats originated in Gal-vest-on. - In hog signo vinces " appears to Her Tra-otore Cfaroao. Nathaniel Hawthorne, is a contributor lenjojcd by invalids at home, is a very be the motto of the packin...

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. — 24 January 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. JAN. Si. SUBSCl:lITIO.: 2 CO per yrar, In advance It. B. KLAINE. Editor dPablUker ElJTEKED AT THX POITOFFICE AT DODGE UT1, KANSAS, AS SECOND-CLASS U1I1. MATTER. MOKE SHEEP WAN1ED. The Chicago Drovers' Joanal under this caption contained a very kUrdting article in wLich it showed tbit the demand for wool and oolen gocnN tbi country it far ahead oi the supply, and concludtd as fol lows: No matter about the dull and de pressed limes we have jut paaaed through, we want a largely increased supply of both sheep and wool. There is hardly another country in the world that can raiee aheep to a better advantage than we can. In Col orado, Utah, New Mexico, Arizona and Texas ebeep-raiing baa been enormously profitable to a great number ' men that have been induced to go into the business and carry it on in a systematic aud careful manner. Tne number of ehtep In the world with the annual wool product is as follows, ac cording to the beet estimate that ...

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. — 24 January 1880

DODGE. From the Barrton Tale phone. Toe heading is intended to refer to Dodge Citj, west of here, on the Sinta. Fe road, and not aa an admonition for yon to look out for something to strike yon. The above named city has had a history has yti which if published would surprise many, more though, Ucauee itvoald cot meet their expectation! in the way of bloody battle, fiendish crimes that have neter been com' milteJ. There ha", in ike past been many mJ tragedies enacted thtre. The cream of the frontier flooded into that city for several year. Gamblers-, cow boys, hunters and adventurers were numerous so numerous that whin a stock of "greenics" who had taken II. G.'a advice and came wet to grow up, was used up, tbey, like hungry wolves, tackled the weaken one of the pick, gen erally getting away with him, coney, eonl end body. Charge, is the law of nature. Alexander died rather unexpectedly, and Borne fell, in ancient davs. Luther l!enon fell when tyht, and DoJge City has Iwt the halcion...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 January 1880

-1 S01JSET IN DIALOGUE. FittMC (on the lauii). Couif totlie terrace, Maj the uii Is low. MiV (inthehou--c). Thanks! I prWeriny Jirowningheru Instead. Fhwk. There arctwo peachea by the straw berry-bed. Mv. They will be riper if hu let them grow. FllAK. Then, the Park-aloe i In bloom, you know. Mat. Abo, ber .Majesty, Queen Anne, Is dead, Crank. Hut surely. May, our jony must be fed, MAT. ' Ami a, ami 1?. I fed blm hours ajjo. 'Tii uclt-H, Fruak you m I ehall not.-tirl FlIANK. Still, I hd comet bin j; you would like to heur. 3Ur. No doubt, t-ome new lrU oliiy of men. Flt-IMC. Smv, tl a thing the gentler wx deplores Chiefly, 1 think Mr coming to the window). What U tbU secret, then? Frank (inyterIoiily). There are no ej e more beautiful than yours! Auxtm Dobton, SOSG. "Spirit of tlic Summer woods, Hreathl.iK through f ar solitudes, !Ialeu' for the north wind Mow; Shortly Jail the uiiilry Mum; Witli tl.e IiinMnjr and tlie bee. Soon thou'llllnd norooiulorttiec' Spirit of tho Autumn irrov...

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. — 24 January 1880

Scotch Fruit Cake : A cup of butter, two of hite sugar, four of sifted flour, three-fourths cup sour milk, half tea spoon soda, nine cp.i beaten separately, one pound mi-ins, half pound currants, i a fourth pound citron; cream the butter and sugar, then beaten yelks of eggs, and lastly, while stirring in the Hour, the whites well whipped. Flavor with one teaspoon lemon, and one of vanilla extract, and have niisin3 chop ped a little, or, better still, seeded, and citron sliced thin. Wash and dry cur rants before u-ing, and flour all fruit slightly. In putting cake in pan, place tirst a turn layer oi raw, iuiu ipuuiuc in some of the three kinds of fruit, then pi ann rrdavathonie.Sarnple'rthS CCA WEEK In yonr own town- Tennsand OCTSnt"lf..rlllu.rMIJfoofJmjl!rothrri, ASK qur - ' CTCWiDT IhEiVunniivr.wiviinnK Tmnilm Mint Tor tw. w. l uut hu, no ouirr nnai ro save irm It. It Is uw rtni and Deal, ana warrim. w. m hkya. nibiuiw. url X. 4in su at laoK M ia JM ."i " -PmTaVaiaiaiMftC2B,flh&...

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. — 24 January 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. BODOB Cmr. 6ATUKDAY. JAN. 24. LOCAL NEWS. Lloyd Ehion bu gone It St. Louis to ge married' Lt. John Newton, D F. A., in stationed at Fort Gibson, I. T. Fresh eggs at 20 null per dcx;n at Biy's restaurant, wnl of Poetoffice. Mm. K. H. Wrioiit and daughter Belli, re visiting friend in Si. Louis, and will remain absent a short time. Tue new school bouse well ni dug to a depth of 57 feet when water wu reached. Eight leet more wu dug with an abjiidicce of water. Read the letter from W. J. Colvin of Lamed. Mr. Colvin ia an experienced beep groacr. Hi views on the model of agriculture are also aound. All persons entitled to fees in ciaea in the late session of the District Court, are requeued to call upon II. P. Melon, District Clerk, and make kmwn their claim. Miss Urkiiitie E. Miobake titter of Mr. Samuel Marahall, let for her home in Louisville, Ey., on Tuesday n ght, Mra. Marrball acctmrnnied her to Kanua City. The rainfall jn the winter months in thia portion of K...

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. — 31 January 1880

J t DODGE CITY TIMES. ( VOL. VI. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JAN. 31, 1880. NO. 37- A- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON &. COLBORN. M. W. SUTTON. K. t. COLBOBN. ATTOasrlKBTM AT UW, DODGE CITY. KAN. Ottea I. Pott Ofllc. Building. HABRTE. GRYDEN. HTBNEf AT W, DODGE CITY. KAS. Will prsetloe in the State .ml Federal Court i. GEO. A. KELLOGG. ATTOsSifBT AT UW, DODGE CITY, KAN. Will practice ra the several court, otths State. . OSes la Globe Building E. F. HARDESTY, ATTORNEY AT CiAW, DODGE CITY. KANSAS. Will practice in State and Federal Courts. Ofice second door west of r'ostnffiee. W. F. MASON. FsMVSICIAN AIB MVRGEAIf. DODGE CITY. KANSAS. Orders mar be lelt at Frlnger Drug Store. Residence east end of Military avenue. BR1NKMAN. BROS. Jt WEBSTER. LV.18ER OEALKBS, DODOK CITY. KAS. Yard, south of Railroad tract. CKNTENXIAX. BAIiREK SHOP. LEMLEY & KOCH. Proprietors. Shaving. Shampooing and Hair Cuittingdoneln theliti-ftt ladhion. JOHN WEKTII, CIVIL ENGINKBR, DODGE CITY, tOKIl CO.. KANSAS. Will lo...

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. — 31 January 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES.a SlBsCttlPTinV: MOOpfrTMr, U Urutt. NICHOLAS II. KLAINE, - Euitob. analysis. So fine, so subtle, so im ponderablc. it has eluded our most deli cate measures and our strongest lenses. I; HINTS FOR THE 'HOUSEHOLD. The -TaMr. or clothing preparatory to sweepin" day, then let this be the lirsfcto be swcpT. Cover' the lied with soiled sheets, as also If ve could come tothe cssenecfof each Molasses Cookies! One cup ol mo- all heavy articles that can not be re odor we would make an enormous stride lasses, one-half cup of sugar, one-half moved, lirst, however, having carefully in hygiene and in chemistry, ami no cup of butter,, one tcasjoonful each of dusted and brushed them. Jlcmove all profession would profit so much by it as salt, soda, and ginger, lltx hard. furniture that can lie easily set in ball or the medical profession if it could be con- Sugar Cookies : Two eggs, two cups adjoining room, having lirst dusted it ; clusively demonstrated that Mich an nf sugar, ...

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. — 31 January 1880

ITEMS OF INTEREST. Vrmonal and Ulerary. George Eliot is better. She is spending the winter in London. Harvard University has in its libra ry a set of Goethe's works which he himself presented. Prof. F. Blassof Kiel has discovered on a sheet of Egyptian parchmenl a fragment of one of the plays of Eurip ides. Mr. Blackhas written a novel dealing with the secret political associations of the day, called " Sunrise; a story of the Times." Ole Hull now resides at Cambridge, Mass. He is a'near ncigbbor of Long fellow, anil has dedicated a composition for the violin to the poet. . Mark Twain tells a new joke about Artcmus Ward never before in prinYT Ward said to Twain one day, "I have done too much fooling, too much tri lling; I am going to write something thit will live." Clemens asked him' what it would be, and Artemus an swered promptly, "A lie." Henry W. Longfellow's seventy third birth-day is to be celebrated in Cincinnati on the 27th of February proximo by 15,000 pnpils of the public ...

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. — 31 January 1880

B THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITV. SATURDAY. JAK. 31. SUIISCUIITION: lMptr;m,ln advance I, a. KLAIlVK.Bdltor amal Publisher. ESTCKEO ATTIIlPoSTOrFICKAT DODOE ClTV, KaX&U, A UCOKIXXA88 UllL MATTEB. A WOOLEN HILL. The iacreaaing growth in Colorado, New Mexico and Arixona firmly fixes upon errr; one' mind tba imparlance of this settle ment to tba interest of Kaoati. Large quantities ol Kansas flunr find a market in the Btate and Territorial we bare named. Other product of Kansas will find a good market there alto. Floor and bay are ship ped there in large quantities. The rapid settlement of the Territorits Will enconrage .a large traffic in Kanaaa products. It ia true Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona yield largely of wool. Kanaaa ia making rapid strides in that direction, and Kanaaa will be the firat to inaugurate the system cf converting the wool into manufactured goods. In view of the increase in the production of wool in thia Elate, the question suggests itself that eforta will...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 31 January 1880

THE NEW LAND DISTRICT. The Washington corr tspondent of the At chison Champion says it is understood that Ibe Interior Department in favorable to the project of anew Isnd district, toemtrice the eouihwe tern part ol the State, the bill will double!) be reported favorably and parse) at this snsiun Tbe east lii.e of the district will be the west lineol Ford and other coun ties in tbe Mme lier, and it will lake in four t'r of counties from north 10 eouth and four from at lo weei, or eixte-n counties in all, Th 8 will, ol course, materially cattail tbe tuineea of the Limed office, bet aa that of fice inn 8 a large surplus fund in'o tbe treas ury, the fee will pay the officer the max imum allowtd by law lor the next fenryears the j will have no reason to complain. Tbe di'trict once s'iblish;d, then will come tie contest over the locaiion of the office a roitcst which, according to the precedents, is s;Cor.d in interest only lo a c-unry seat fi .ht. Two po'nla are prominently named, Girde...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 31 January 1880

hi THE GOLDEN SILENCE. Wliit tlioujtll I InR no oilier Kins? What though 1 i-iwuk no other ord? Is silpiin-shuine? Is patience wrong? At least one sons ol mine wn heard : Ono echo from the mountain air, O.io ocean murmur, Klal nnd f ree One tn that liotlllnKKrand or lair In all this world as lost to inc. I would not wale the sWpliu; lyre ; 1 ould not strain the chord ol thought; The wtrtwt Inilt of all desire Comes Its own way, and comes unsought. Though all the bards of earth were dead. And all their music paused away. What Nature w i-hca shoulil be said Sho'll Und the rightful voice to sajrl Her heart l in the shiinmerinir leaf. The drlltlne cloud, tho lonely sky. And all p know of bliss and grief Mic speaks In forms that can not die. Tim mountain peaks that shine afar, The silent stars, in paiiu" w"i Are Ili-inu sisns of all we urc, AmltviH-sof nllwe linne to be. iruiiam irinler, in JoM -' Monthly. s NOT PREPARED. hhc leaned her head on shapely hands. And let her clrlii.li fancy ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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