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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 21 February 1880

ITEMS OF INTEREST. I treated and well paid. Some of them ' cd on canvas. It will represent a gen- flesh for my wife to coolc," replied the i have been on duty for 40 years many cral view of the battle of Sedan. The . man. "But if thou hadst killed me." ivrotiiii ami utrrnrjr. (for SO. When too old to teach they are sketch is now finished, and measures CO , said tho monkey, "who would have Five editions of the memoirs of 'not pushed aside and left to suffer feet in length by 10 in width. The guided thee out" of tho forest? Xow Madame de Itcmnat hac already been , through want, but are honorably pen-, painting itself will be 400 feet by 50, and ! follow mo at a distance; my blood-drops published in Paris. ; sioncd. is to be exhibited at Frankfurt on-the- , will show thee the way. And when One of the late Win. 31. Hunt's pic-1 In Elizabeth, X. J., the two Baptist ' Main, it is said, in two years. It fa need-, thou art clear from the trees then thou tures, sold by the artist himself a f...

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. — 21 February 1880

!i I THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. FER 21. St'lil-CUHTION: SJOOperynr. in advance !. B. KLAIHK.BdllorandPabllsher. Ej.teb.mi atthePostofficeat1oige City, Kansas, as gkcqnixlass Mail MATTK. THIS YEAH'S DRIVE. Corpda Cbriatl (Texat) Ledger. It it next to an iDpomhillliy to ascertain pesitivelj tbe number of cattle to be driven this Spring from tbia and adjoining coun ties. Tbat it will be mucb smaller than in these Tears when Western Texas ra tbe aradiae of stock raisers and every man and boy in his leers owned a brand and cattle, it i needless to atate. Days o affluence and prodigality like those are Kldom met with more than once in a lifetime. However, from thin portion of the State tbe drive will compare favorably with other portions where tbe rearing of cattle baa come to be recogniz ed aa a legitimise and tratematic industry. From Mr. R. Savage, of tbe cattle firm of Smith A Savage, we glean information justi fying the belirl that the drive from thia quarter will re...

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. — 21 February 1880

TO THE PUBLIC. HAVING BOUGHT THE IMMENSE STOCK OF CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES, and GROCERIES, Known as the LOCKRIDGE STOCK in this city, we are now offering it for IMME DIATE SALE. Haying bonght these goods LOW, we are selling them regardless of MARKET PRICES. Such GREAT BARGAINS were never before offered HERE OR ELSEWHERE, and will last but a short time. We are determined to close It out soon to make way for our Spring Goods. If you want a SUBSTANTIAL and COMPLETE OUTFIT for a VERY LITTLE MONEY you will never have another opportunity like this. WRIGHT, BEVERLEY & CO. AOAiNsrriiE uie-1. The L-aTtndrtliTiainrf Tuesday eaye: The subj-ct that is I lie all lrcpori.Lt oic at drlnit-i.t heac'qiar otp host I he pns- Ict fur heavy mmpiD. Yieltrday. a car load f.1 ajr oi.u-1.1 ru. r c fHipjc ft ttid that t-n car ljad. of supplies will be lent at 1 nee tor ire uirpxaiui incwuiai'if ing officer in New Mexico, sgitnat the Ulr in the Spring. Ercrjbody about I h...

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. — 21 February 1880

I !i j 4 l LOVE'S UESUIUtECTlOX. I with a polite in itation for him to conic BEARS AM) SNAKES. i eluded that it was either himself or the and dine with his grace at Montagu bear, so he doffed his coat and mittens, I mai a grave rnr deadline to lie In, House, in Whitehall. The unfortunate A Voiinc irili ijnrun Sharp Knroiintrr and bracing himself struck the old 'll7iV,U'lZTAn. officer .tanUiS&?ARdlIn XSXSSSSitfiSS fellow a terrible blow on the head. wi'initio uirtke ong m iitrougn unino niigiii, ai J;V11"KIW'iiM r l!fv itf r fi m & fwr ImA auuiucu uuy iu vuiuj;u mm i tie r,4'"6"-JD- .until lie saw invcioiai ctvst on iwwn -..,.. j- When I stretched my&clf un tho grave in ornw. lm'inlHTintc Ie nnd 1mh fairway be. Yesterday jiof Mined the thought of the inor rn The blank morrow, in which no Ip should 1c. O Love! thou wtrt fuIV And I cried fcjdcndar jiuu iiJiipiiuuu iiruiiuiirii &u turiiiuuik . - i thy olco was kind and tliino ejes were chosen thus to honor him. under; Wh...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 21 February 1880

Arru: asi Tai-ioca Pwdino. Put a teacup of tapioca in a pint ami a half of cold water over night. In the morn ing set it where it will become quite warm, hut not cook. Peel and core one-half dozen sour apples and steam until tender; put them in the pudding dish, add one and one-half cups sugar, pinch of salt and teacup of water to the tapioca and pour over the apples the water in which the tapioca was soaked must be poured off. Slice a Vernon very thin and distribute over the top. Bake slowly three hours, serve with cream and sugar or whipped cream. . Cunrainptioa iurM A old physician, retired from practice, hiving hail placed In tils hands by n East India missionary the formula at a simple veg etable teniedj for the speedy and permanent care for Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma, and all Throat and Luni; Affections, also a positive and radical cure for Nervous Debility and all Nervous Complaints, after haTlng letted Its wonderful curative powers In Uuiu-uuids of cases, has f...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 21 February 1880

H m i I; THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITr. SATURDAY. FEB. 21. LOCAL NEW8. TIME TABI.E-1.. T. S. F. B. K. IMlG E11T. COIMO nut. rt!grr .lM7r.lt. raatrnier .4.SSA , Freight.. .. 7S0r.it Frticbt. ..MOr-.M. TrtifUl 7rJ0ji.ii Weloi.'( publish anonymcut commorn cation. A few of our citizeoa are setting out shade and lorvl irete. A Meams county eHiler slid he would woik if work came lo Mm. Slvekal xenilrnien frutu Illlcoia. were In the city on Wednesday, looking for locations. The Onmt Supervisors for Kant have all been confirmed Now the struggle fcr enumerators will commence. TnE Wirh'la papers rhionicle the dis covery of a twenty-inch vein of Rood col, not far from that placs. J. W. DrtlsKru. the well-known cstt'e rop, trrived in the city Monday inonim, from Austin, Tcxa". The Republican state convention, toaeltct drlcgatis to the National Convention, trill u.e:t in Toprka, March Slat. The weather is delightfulljr btlmy rgsin, an we co to prers; and the sinter probably will wind up in Ma...

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. — 28 February 1880

ci-U ylc-4- Jt'ciy DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. YI. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, FEB. 28, 1880. NO. 41. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON & COLBORN. II. W. BUTTON. ' COLBOBX. ATTeBKBTM AT tlW, DODGE CITY. KAN. OfBc in Post Ofnce Balldlnr. HAKKV E. GRYDEN. AITKIEr AT IAW, DODGE CITY. KAS. Will rractioe In the State and federal Coait. GEO. A. KELLOGG. ATTORNS." AT LAW, DODGE CITY. KAN. Will practice in th- several courts of the Stat. Office In Globe Building. , E. F. HARDESTY. ATTORNEY AT LAW. DODGE CITY. KANSAS. Will practice In State and federal Coaru. Office aecond door west of l'oslfjce. W. F. MASON. rHrmciAK ai scRGatew, DODGE CITY. KANSAS. Orders mav be lelt at Frlnger Drag Store. BMidenee east end of Military avenue. BR1NKMAN. BROS, i WEBSTER. LV1IBIK DIALEM, DODGE CITY. K-iS. Yards awsth of Railroad tract. CEMTBaNIAI. BAHBCB SHOP. LE1ILEY &. KOCH, Proprietors, suavins. Shampooing and Hair Cultting done In the latest fashion. JOHN WERTII. CIVIIi MCI.1KEB, DODGE CITY, FOKD CO.. KANSAS. Will l...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 28 February 1880

ti i - i Ly. n tf 1'AMI TOPICS. TitCATMfc.vr ok uirfKiUKT fOiLV , roots of nil plants ami especially tho Knil. ulnln iv,iMfilU-.!,.iu.n,!irur fur 1 legumes. lue a power of acting- as u..-, -. ...... ...-v... ... . ........ ... .-. rj - . 1 rrtTD TinTinr PTTV TTMPQ B oSo'&'la'mi were rcturnetT toitther' HI5TS FOK THE ljOUSBBOIik The Slangf GirlW'a Ii liti JJUlUjJj; til I IJJlLDO' ,lliouManmialIv improve fertility. , S. d '- U'A i , 3 TOth thillfact in view it isSeay to uo- t j '" "T f R Mothcrsef the old school looiqregrct- htusrciiTttrx : ?ii ir Temr, loi-itt. derstaml that as a part, at3eat, of each i-Hani or pork that too salt sbonldfully'Tipunitiic jiestronablc -moaners of s-zr-: J3 J-j,, jVitnnualiy remcrrW-planPf bo'Sfcake'd-oTcrnight in" sweet milk. Or theYi-ing generation, for the san g froid NICHOLAS B. KLAINE, - Editor. Cqivai..t to that contained in the por-, parboiled in the morriag in cold "water, of tlie girl of the period stands out in tion of the crops carried off...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 28 February 1880

ITEMS OF INTEREST. rmonal and Uterarr. Sylvanns Cobb, Jr., has made 5200,000 by liis pen. It is said that Turgenieff has been forbidden by the authorities from carry ing out a plan h had formed of spend ing the winter in Ilus-ia for the purpose of studying up the present situation. Charles Darwin, the English scien tist, has won the prize of 81,400 recent ly offered at Turin for discoveries in the physiologv of plants. He is receiving the congratulations of all the scientific men in Europe. Mr. Larkin J. Mead, the American sculptor, is married to a beautiful Ital ian lady with whom Tie could not at first acquaintance talk, neither knowing the other's language. They have a charm ing home in Florence. Mr. Mcadis.one of the kindest of men anil most gener ous of artlts, always sympathetic and helpful to 3 ounger artists. Herbert Spencer, the English phil osopher, is 00 years old. Having been privately cducatid, he was at first a civil engineer.- His forehead is high and he is quito bald...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 28 February 1880

IM lit W m THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. 8ATURDAY. FER 24 SUBSCRIPTION: 2 00peryesr. In advaoce 1. M. KLAINK.Bdllor andPufclUber. ENTERED ATTHEPoSTOFFICEAT DODOE City, Kansas, as eECOND-cLAsa Mail matter. FAEMING AND STOCK. To the Klltor ot the Timrs. Whit can we farmers do just now lo made ourselv es use.'n), and tbe spate time profitable? It is a little too dry to plow for tbe most of n. pritK in coming on fast, and will soon be here, and if we are to hare rain to ensure a crop it will come by the first of tbe month, and the question if, bow much will we have, and whit crop can we put in, that will be of tbe oo'l lwoefit to us? If our rain fall should be light, bow can we man aqe it to tbe brat advantage, and retain its efiecta en our dry roil tbe longest. We all have a theory, but that theory often fails. My theory is that the farmers, and stock raisers should organize themselves into convenltnl club or associations and in terchange views and ticorie", and one learn from anot...

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. — 28 February 1880

UEL FOE SOUTH WESTERN KANSAS The cotton-wood, willow, citalpe, loM birdj poplar and mnlbery, ctn be propa gated from cutting!. T( tlipi for cuttings ctn be taken from the trees at any timt between thii and the Cii; of April, or at any timt when there are no leaves on the tree and no frott in the WOOl). They hould be cot into slip about 10 or 12 inche long, tied into until bundles, aar ,0 or lew to a bundle, with the bntt ends all cie way. and then buried in moist earth until about two or three weeks before plant irg, when they should be taken cat and act into a tub or trough of water at a depth of about three inches. The water should be moderately warm. A light cellar or root iou'e is the best place to keep them, where they will not be exposed to frost and the drying winds. They should be left in this condition until the roots begin to form. They are then ready to plant, but great care must then be taken not to expose them to Ibeennand drying winds while planting them. It il very im...

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. — 28 February 1880

II f i1', l 1 1 I Tbe Paradise of Insects. ANSWER Mil SOtTLTt I The dail v naners used to make a great " " ' .1 .v... ....lOnM. .lifnls wltfM, uorA - 'pronounced fiendish, blood-thirsty and onc but those who have traveled AjiKwttrMinooftly. You can not know, 'pronounced fiendish, blood-thirsty and onc but those who have traveled on Ilnw fthttrti m tint Mlnifrirle. the flffht lift I "O lortll. Jit iuiutwm . ,(i . . . w i . - ...... . mane. i, I, Confederate battcrv, not over half a of the number and voracity of the insect milnnnart and in filain sfcrht of each torments which work their wicki'd will other, had one of these duels, lasting on the Ixxlies of the unfortunates ex forty minutes. The puns were worked posed to their attacks. The "sancudos," fr all they were worth, and when the or small sand-flies, form by far the1 most duel'cndpd the loss was a horse killed, important section. In the villages, round the wheel of a caisson shattered and two which the forest is cleared away for...

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. — 28 February 1880

Mai:y Clemmeu savs that in no other I American city is Wtinj: carried to such an i-tent as in Washington. Every lady4 in society" has her day for re ceifing calls, and the distribution of cards i enormous. I5ut calls may be made extcnirely titliimt invitation. 44 When strangers vMt Washington," she add, "and take up their abodo at a hotel, they have only to discover the dajs of public reception, hire a hack, anil proceed to uit. On Jlonday they can go to the home of the Judges of tlie Snpi cina Court and other courts; oh Wednesday they can call on the Cabinet ladies; on Thursday i-it all the Sena torial families; anil on Saturday go to the White Houe to see Mrs. Hayes. In even drawing-room the isItors will find standing in its center from one to a dozen ladies, richly attired, receiving all with politeness, few with that gracious' charm which makes the loneliest stranger feel at home. This is not stramrc. These ladies are compelled so constantly to greet so man)-w horn they do not k...

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. — 28 February 1880

TO THE PUBLIC. sl 7 i; i 1 I1 3 '1 SI ! is i i i s. HAVING BOUGHT THE IMMENSE STOCK OF CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES, and GROCERIES, Known as the LOCKRIDGE STOCK in this city, we are now offering it for IMME DIATE SALE. Having bought these goods LOW, we are selling them regardless of MARKET PRICES. Such GREAT BARGAINS were never before offered HERE OR ELSEWHERE, and will last but a short time. Wc are determined to close it out soon to make way for our Spring Goods. If you want a SUBSTANTIAL and COMPLETE OUTFIT for a VERY LITTLE MONEY you will never have another opportunity like this. WRIGHT, BEVERLEY, & CO. THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. FEB. 2S. LOCAL. NEWS. TIME TABLE-., X. Jt B. F. B. B f.flllO ESiT. ras.rnger li 17 r M. Freijtit .... ISMr.M Frtlffct.. .- COINO WEST raeimier. 435l.. t relent Z3ar.ii. A. J AJ.THOI.Y is aiding thoroughbred aunnals to hi 'lock of otlle. Katiick Wolf sent a car o( com las: wetk for the Cincinnati liilony....

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 6 March 1880

W cy - z f .--, 7 DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. VI. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, MARCH 6, 1880. NO. 42- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON &. COLBORN, M. W. SCTT0N. E. F. COLBORN. ATTORNEYS) AT lW, DODGE CITV. KAN. Ofllce In foal Otic Bnildlnr. HAREYE. GRYDEN. ATTOBNEY AT IAW, DODGE CITV. KAS. Will practioe in the State and Federal Conrt. GEO. A. KELLOGG. intUIT AT I.AW. DODGE CITY,KAN Will Brattice ia the several courts of the. SUte, Office ip Globe lluildlng. E. F. HARDESTY, ATTOBNEY AT UW, DODGE CITY. KANSAS. Will practice in State and rederal Courts. Offifle second door west of rostftfiee. W. F. MASON, ravniciAi aiib nBK!f. DODGE CITY. KANSAS. Ordera roar be lelt at Frinstr". Drox Store. Residence east end of Military avenue. BK1NKMAN. BROS. &. WEBSTER. E.U3IBER DBALBBR, DODGE CITY. KAS. Yards south of Ilailroad track. CKNTEJVNIAI. BlIltEK UUCP. LEULEY&KOCH. Proprietors. Shaving, Shampooing and Hair Cuitling done in the latest fashion. JOHN WERTII. CIVIC. BNGINKBB. DODGE CITY, rOKU CO.. KAN...

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. — 6 March 1880

M 3 If'1 t ii TTTF TWrnnP PTTTVJPTlVrF! oliceid, introduce it into the wind- horses were killed f the others were lHXi WlUJLi JJ-X j. XXUlJjOi .- twit' ;, aroun,i once or twice, and jsavid by hastily-summoned help. Iiiit MnrmPTK"s i tt on rr i nr, In AJt.oe. 'then withdraw it, usually bringing away one of their deliverers, Joseph Mueller, jome oi the worms, repeating tue opi.r- (Ot llOipcuttial, met a nero sueam wnne ation at intervals, until all the parasite- encased in the rescue. lie had hastened tvUiTOii. an. jinoyj Some tarmers use a to help his neighbors, but in the district FARM TOMCS. COWS IS JI1I.K". says the igriail- fanner in the latitude of Southeast by an avalanche near the house of shel r all of the field Virginia writes that he has always been I ter at Ponte Tremola. A traveler fron NICHOLAS 1$. KLAINE, horse hair doubled in the middle and -t called the Harness" he and two twisted, pnhing the doubled end as far other- were oerwhelmed by a second into the windriie as p...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 6 March 1880

- T J. wIMM j?TMTTTTT?,T?Tn,T'T,rr ITEMS OF INTEREST. (UlEAT LNVESTIOSS , llo They Are Made, a Kxtmplltleil tiy tnaxjue aruiEUw. I pine forests of South Georgia. But i . f men: iii.-f wiijuiuiiig iu mc itaii:iii iv- Prnwnal nnd utrratj. r gtrrer. immense tracts of vinrin nine Mr. Dudley Buck is writing the mu-1 forests in -the M southern oelt of sic to the libretto for a comic opera by North CkiroItfiaV) capable' Of supplying Mr. W. A Croffut. j Wilmington with naval stores for a ccn-i Thp feature of the Jftbrpary number tl"T " cmc. penmenting, cutting ard trjin; olMaaniUan's Magazine m King Cety-t , JleiTi Hambruch has patented in Tagua expectation of wffle da irnrii'd cinri nf tKu Villi t nitwin inti f ho I liormflnv ft remit! Irtiil nil rwin. .... nn.nl.:.. nn1 nn.l win.-,.. tnexjue nruic4ow L i There U a, very prevalent notion that ". TaJ ""- z aampie, an inventor U a tinkerinjjrellQW, an un. WtfAifcltH,j?f fifaJh . ? i.-,u law. I awertiin lh!T A trfA nt YfiA easv son 01 mecnuni...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 6 March 1880

J TEE DOME CUT TIMES. IMMIQBATI05. GREAT WESTERN HOTEL S. GALLAND, Proprietor. Emu Cnr-Tk nfief iamlgialioB toKaMM ka fcMy coaaiawd, aad aaok DODGE CITY. eTDRDAY.c MARCH- keMkrtkialaayw. TkagnelerBirt of laaa ata neiag lain Ikt igalkaa aad teaaV CMCKirnOKj MMptryar, la adnata patioMoflaaaatooB we gorem- Swath Side of tha Railroad. .M.XASIB.MHrae)4Fae1 h KSr-V EaTBUB ATtnFDMOmaiAXUlKWB Crrr, Kama, a taxars-oAM Mul J PUBLIC LANDS, fiaMMl Hitqi ketwoAtnMalllirtto hethHoMM of Ceagrat the Neort tad draft of Ike hill Mhakttd br Fak Lead OtiniMlna tiniitaltil aortar tin ael of Mum 1,1879. ThtFraidaMkrtnM iUlaf tiMMdoesMBta, aayt: "The MO WS ef cat report, Md teooapMykg Mil, k ofMchlaporaaetthatl iea wittily eaa- ditto the mumi tad Ml iiatEmalr tioeof CoBfrca.". The pahfe kadi art to 'U dhidei bio In ckaa, Tie, htimMt, ka fa to ha dkpaad wit? kwt apteklly tpptiahk thereto. ThthUl proTiia, ta rt- MrdtohoaeMtd Nbw, that Ut odoUaMnnMadlN tw to tot yttw, tholahtag the teqitalo tettliauli aeea M...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 6 March 1880

I rr- in. w CORN AND WHEAT. The Luted Chroncaeope signet that R-nihwestern Kuw u not a com country, i. thinks It will be ooe of the most produc tive regions ia the world for wheal and miny other cereals, and for grasses and iruta i,ni will never be a eood com country. The great corn producing country wert of the Mi.iiri is, tht region lying norm 01 uc Khui river and south of lb Platte, and extending for three hundred miles or more mat Thit regroo ia epeciilly adapted to the production of corn. It is alo a fair wheel country, bat dots not equal the Ar kansas VaUy, or that region of the Elite lyirg tooth of the Kacsaa river, for this -.r7iL AH sections of Eaoiaa excel In grave, and there is not a section of the State in which moat varieties of fruit will not thrive. Champion. THE BEST CBf3i A writer to the Indiana Farmer tays a festive bred Cotawcld bock, crossed upoo well developed native ewi, giTes the best resoj't for the gentral.fairaer, of any cross of which I hare any knowledge....

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

CURFEW. CoTcr the cinbera. And put out the light. Toil come with the morning An J rest 1th the night. DarleKro" the window s. And quenched U tile lire, hound i Irs into Mlence, All footste p retire. Darker snd darker. The black .lmltwn fall; Sleep and obiUion lU.ifrii oer oil. TO-DAY. Onlyl day for tic burden Of toil, or pain, or care! e need not blaikpn to morrow ilh thetdiadowof our despair; fitrtiigtli lor the present moiw nt 1$ tho only hi er to praj er. "Sot upon our weak shoulders In Hi Mho tight of jtars, halo its Hit hand ( the luture, ItH lof , it lotw, and Ittt It ara; And the pain may Ite le- hitter. The joy muruawctt than our (ear. Orcten Ik fore to morrow .Uity coma the sure releane, nUlii?, and hearing, and doing, roruxat onet nia cca.-e, lntii udoIllfuV thorn keptroM-, May oloirthe lilted of peace. O, wals that fauna rfn', tl Jjtf n;j, ' Mnijrgleund blntealway! ! (lather f nun out the f uturu j H hntever comfort e may; i JlutldlHltli patient lit tug The little t-p-e. ...

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