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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 6 March 1880

'RAIN AND COMMISSION IROYISION MEKCHANTS. ijH rtilneafimUCVniilIonbuiln-lnLAnnE 4jlANiUIK w Buy and tell C.rmln In l.ftOV ba I'M and u;mar.i, also, link and LarJ tn any quantl tlf de-lred. OiirMpcKH'eiir anl SliHjieata nlidled L MQ into.. 1M LaSJLloM.Chlcajo. $10,000. SAFETY LAMP. Mailed Fri Tor 35 Cta. rr far ti. IIO.OUO wll H pa 14 U ? parana Bntri.M f.aa tU4 T4CHMEVT May - yUpf-r buna-r. Fratata drtrttC a"-- bvallMf treat: Inr ani.aa,wilh U Ua Atafc " i i-ikaf narlima vxth4 s.S. Newton's Safe-y Limp Co.. -a"-"- J Ht Crwat,, haw Km Factory and Ofica. Binghamton. N. Y. $1 REWARD ST RS itiind, itcitoK. or LlcsratM Pile that LMtBlnc- ilU UnicHlr falls Wcurv. Utra loimrdlaiervitat. comn of Ions aUodlos In 1 wtk, and oniinuT nvaea in 3 aaja. . CAUTION -.Si.Tr'S. rrupprr rtnll mam stark a rat oSttma m hraiidrumstn. snt bj mall t J F. mills, m d. rracr.. s, W. ear T.u a.jAj.nsia.Miiin.ieiriun.Fn PERRY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER Tarea Mlelt llrnilitelte. Pain l the lUck r -bide. ICtiruninf lam aw...

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. — 6 March 1880

H 4 is I'll THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SODOM CITY. SATURDAY. MARCH I LOCAL NEWS. TUBE TiBLE-A., T. . . . uoixo aasT. coiao west. riMttritr. .12:17 r.M. raaamger .U5i., "relhi 72J r.M. freight.... JJO r.w. Freight 7:00 a. n. The Dodge lity t ublic schoolt are pro- grteing finely. 20 pnpiU are now en rolltd. J. A. Clike. n-imirer e( Kelt Fcnt, Ford conr.tr, give uia cell Monday. Be u full of bore ye t. A liberal dooalloD wsagiten lo Rev. H, Gtlchriat Tuesday evenirg, by ibe member and friend of the M E. Cbarcb. Dr. Milton, dcctitt, li now at tbe Dodge House; be w.ll remain a few dsys only. Persons deiirlog dental Wjrk aboaU call soon. Me. Bell, woo is employed by tbe Dodge City Flouring Mill, retained Sunday morning, after a few montba absence In 111- inois. R.E.RiCE.ofS C. Uillnf&Co., srent stviral day in Pueblo, and report experi encing tbe various change of temperature in llial latitude. W. H. FacTon, Trustes of Wheatland township, gave u a Ieaant call on Tuef. day. Mr. i'rnton in f...

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. — 13 March 1880

OC AA A Vvtr- DODGE CECY TIMES. VOL. YI. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, MARCH 13, 1880. NO. 43- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON &. COLKORN. !. W. SCTTnN. E- T. COLBORX. ATTORXETX AT tW, DODGE CITY. KAN. OfOce in Post Ofllce Building. HABKV E. GUYDEN. ATTOBXEY AT U, DODGE CITV. KAS. Will rractioe in the Slate n.l Federal Courts. GEO. A. KELLOGG. ATTOBXET AT MW, DODGE CITY. KAN. Will practice in ! srvi-ral courts of the Stmt. OCke In Globe Building E. F. HARDESTY, ATTOBMK' AT f.AW, DODGE CI TV. KANSAS. Witt practice in State nnd Federal Courts. OfEre second doer west of I'ostnffice. W. F. MASON'. pnVSICIAN ASB HCBGEOlt, DODGE CITY. KANSAS. Orders may be lelt at Fringe's Drus Store. Residence ea.t en 1 of Milit iry avenue. UUINKMAS. BROS. At WEBSTER. Ll'.TlBKIt DEAI.BRS. DODGE CITY. KAS. Yards south of Railroad track. CCsTC.1l.1UI BAKBEB SHOP. LEMLEY fc KOCH, Proprietors, 8ha7.ni. Shampooinsand Hair Cuitting done in the latest Usbion. JOHN WERTH, civil. EitniaiREB, DODGE CITY, FORI) CO.. KANSAS. W...

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. — 13 March 1880

II n I KVitscuirriovi $2 00 per Tear, In Adriaoe. I. Editok. NICHOLAS II. KLAINE, The Farmer's Wif. TTTP nOTlfi-P PTTV TTIUTP! 4 hands to the poor, who is not afraid of 1 not expected to be familiar, much more . Tea-tasting A Singular Off uputloa. XHJj UJUJJjJJ.XX AAUIUO. the sn0w for her household, for an her U it true in farming, with which, in household are clothed, who openeth her some of its brandies at least, the wile I Di C. L. Dana, in an article in the mouth with wisdom, and her tongue is has much to do. When we find that a Malicat litronl on tea-tasting liy lirok- the law of kindness, whose children rise joung farmer has secured a wife, and ers and dealers in teas, maintains that up and call her blessed, whose works treats her as a partner in his business, it is a healthful occupation, which is not praise her." Such is Solomon's picture we feel far more confidence in his sue- . m accoidance with the conceived opin- of a good wife, and it was evidently in- cess than when he...

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. — 13 March 1880

PBESEXCE OF 3IISD. A Ilahlt lat SlioiiM Im Culllinteil in Wom rn anil Cliililrrn Wiat to Do in Cfrtaln KllMTScnrirK. Few attain to mature years without recognizing the value of that presence of mind which can be depended on for immediate service in the hour of need. Yet, while all acknowledge its iniport .ancc, how few arc taught from child hood to cultivato and practice it. A large proportion of the accidents which astonish us by their frequency and appal us by the"ir frightful results might have been averted if the sufferers or the lookers-on had learned in youth to exercise this habit. Some, to be sure, are so constitutionally sensitive, or throug'u infirm health so nervous, that it may be dillicult, but seldom impossi ble, to bring this important acquisition into their daily lives so perfectly as to serve them in times of necessity or langer. It is comparatively easy to guide the young who are well into such self government as will give them the presence of mind needed by every ...

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. — 13 March 1880

IS& i i ! r "3 'l &i i ! i s l! i; ; u J 1 1:1 THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. MARCU13L SUBSCBIITION: 2 00 per year. In adTance If. B. KUIKC, aTdllor sua Publisher. ESTZBED ATTHzPoBTOFFICEAT DODGE Crrv, Kansas, as beooxd-clabs Mail HATTEK. "WEALTH IN CATTLE. Fresh beef to, the alae of $3,913,770 u exported from New York, daring the nine months of 1879, which it x remarkable If cot an unprecedented figure. Along through the summer month the trade dropped con siderably; and in some quarters tbi was thought to be an advantage to the country. The cattle export during the same time was $2,765,127. From February to May, the traffic wta comparatiTely small; but in May it was $143,631, and in June $375,930. In Jul and August, it almost doubled. The question whether it is better to send meat or stock abroad, cannot be important in comparison to the ono whether the farm er should ship or feed his grain. "Whether from design or not, stock-raising is getting to hold a larger...

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. — 13 March 1880

KANSAS IN 1880. It Is safe to say that the ctum to be taken mxt Jane will give Kansas population of ,t least 1,000.000; in 186D it was but 107,- rM Fifteen veers ago the population was 138 07; but that waa after Jour years of cruel war. There was then 130 miles of r,ilsy, now there are 3,000; and ft."'" tuilt more new milts last year than any &iher State. Fire counties now bare as m,ar Mhool districts as the St.te contain ed in 18C5. The rchool fond, one of "the Ihiiui" that mike Kanuns proud, ha in creased to $1,700,000; and, when the ;hol lands are all sold, this mm will amount to $13,000,009. Ten years ago but a enull amount of land waa under cultiva- tic.c; and the Taat possibilities of the largest end of the 8tate were rot conceived, Fire Tars ago the State of Kansas mide Kith pretention to wheat-growing; but in 1878. with a, crop of 32,000, 03, she 10)1; the lead in all the Union. In 1879, Kacrse grew over 100,000,000 bushels of corn; and yearly the Kansas farmers are addi...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 March 1880

1 II KM : n N I" M 1IELE.V CHUKCIHXL'S LOVEIt. has come into the place, and married a you said you had been long out of ' the stranger found himself lingering on bonny wife, ,ho has.'V ' l England. Well, I shall be glad-tost still, talking to sweet, placid-laced Mar- Thoilvcry gray of a Fmniner.dawn "The old Squire had a daughter, had him backhand shako him by the hand, I gared Stisted was sireadinir itself oicr the landscanc. "0 not?" rendering soft ami indistinct all familiar ' " Two. You know them?" objects; yet, even seen by its dim, un- " I knew of tbcm," the stranger re certain light, lie looked more like one I plied, evasively. And then, pointing to grown prematurely old by reason of I a small white house that was visible hard work or withering care, than as if i through the trees " And to whom does he had Mi-rely pascd from youth to age that belong?" by the ordinary gentle gradations; ''That? Why, to Mrs. Sutton, poor His brow was lined, his hair silvered, j body." . , fl an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 March 1880

Bonanza Man's Remembrance of Old ireianu. OPIUM. Li. u.k m M Umiui I.OnO SrSrBwaw of 1010 dar Aoarwa ur. mwo. ""' - 1 1 A I n Wholesale and retail- oenarpne. H11K.UMiS(U.U.ia ? "T l list. UiMMS aw liu. ."? ITLii lv K &L!!!5J5SiS .j jaaW fsaPTB: 5 plr wHfcisr ?2iSS555 s V. H ifm i j ' ""--";.T- 3 JpjjA, fsawaaaPaw),awaw . fcw 25 CENTS " iu UL.I1 I St. cnrtan. c Home mf asaal SBST WBS7 BSSBa fj aj as KTl,f' f'U'lf' T'l"" atlons fcf caw. jiiiiim ami trvatinrat. ublc of dows. .. all tn plain lantfUJurf; na-M many timn It Mt. AR NTS UANTLU nfreartt. " W.E.UVUKA CO. 91 wttiinff;i m, Chicago " "73 l. ...rfi.n .r. .i . i ta.lt fa rimm If I'll Sill N Mti--NLLtm's.Va ATSIXPERCENT. litis III wtlki viiurrii w n I.iiJIlwr Aoclatl"n.3lil N Mh-NL Ultra. Wo. I ltrspilVlltTX A(iUWA.NrftD. y"?iKZi?z?n?rro "-.-TT"" -"1 7 . TwI t m..... . I7A A. WEEK. (12 day it home easily made. j6CasUiQMmlTmaildrtlTUAnaiista,lsa, pjuctuiOmii, dan lower man aw otbrr boaae la th u. a. WehandleonlsBn tlam instrument...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 March 1880

Eli ,j 3 ijg lm H THE DODGE CITY TIMES. BODGE CITY. SATURDAY. MARCH 13 LOCAL NEWS. Cocjjtt Attorney Surcoif went to Las Vegae, Thursday morning, in the defense of J. J. Webb, who n founi guilty of the killing of Kejleher. TISE T1BLE-A., T. ). V. B. B. COIIO SUaT. COIXO WEST. Tuntgit 12.17 r.M. rner .IJiA.v, Xrtlstit .... 7air.t. rigU....JJOr.n. freiKlt..... ".-do a.vt. The Dodge Houee has a neir frcnt. Morris Collar has 11 kinds of garden and Geld seeds. A foci enveloped the Arkansas valley ThutaJay morning. Chis Bath has retorted alter a few months abssnce? in Telia. B. Birnhirt ii engage.! at engineer in the Dodge Citr Flouring Milli. B. E. McAnuIty, an extensive cattle dealer spent several dsys in Dodge. Mr Edmonds, of New York state, was in the city this week. He is locking for a thcrp raoih Dr. Milton, drr.tist, la in Cimarron, for a few iaj angsged In dtn'al work. He ex pects to return lo thi secion in Jan? next. C E.CinriiASandMi'sL.C. Willis were mtiried lir Ju-tice Cjok, on...

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. — 20 March 1880

c3XVWc J DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. VI. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, MARCH 20, 1880. NO. 44. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. w. SUTTON &. COLBORN. sirrfox. r-colboiw. ATTOR9TBII AT WW, DODGE ClTl. KA--. Ofllce in Von Of" Building. IIAKKY E. GRYDEN. ATTOKJfEV AT Wf. DODGB CITV, KAS. Will rractloe In the State, an Federal Courts. GEO. A. KELLOGG. ATTOBIaEV AT 1.AW, DODGK CITY. KAN. W.ll practice in IB- seve ral courts of the State. OEce in Globe Building. E. F. HARDESTY, ATTOBMEV AT IAW. DODGE CITV. KANSAS. Will practice In State and Federal Courts Office, accond door yest of fnstoffiee. W. F. MASON. PUMICI. ASD SlIBCEOlf. DODGE CITY. KAXAS. Orders mar be leltnt Kringer". Droit Store. Ilesideneo ea-t en.t of Military av( nu'. BRINKMAN. BROS. & WEBSTER, LUJlBEIt DEAIEBS, DODGE CITY. KAS. Tanlt south of IUlIrood trad. CB.1IEN.1IAL BABBKU HBOl. LEMLEY & KOCH. Proprietors. Shavine. Shampooing and Itor Caltting done iu the luteal fashion. BAY'S KESTATJEANT. (A fevr doora t of roalofficrj DODGE CITY. KA...

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. — 20 March 1880

h , called for me to jump up-that he and II1XTS FOP. THE HOUSEHOLD. v N rw IMIir l m 1 lOi 1 il ..An .1 l.Iivtm a 4n-nn4i (n t ri it. TMia JJUDlih U1TI TiMtS. "raftuu '""" " u," " ""-" "" Connolly we about to start for the i At one nlace. where for but twenty cabin on foot, leaving every thin;:. My tt the road, crossing a ravine, was Wis underneath my bedding feet blocked by a drift in the deepest part frozen stiff. The Table. Delicate Cake: One cup of butter. l' wanned them alittle by two cups of white sugar, three cups of uiw.in.uu .. """ "V; " . A ... .i.i.:.. .!,, nn;.iiri mrlnmU. nn.l I flour, two tcaspoonfuls of cream of tar- ' dXr of a q rrteTo a mil up the naUvioVced 'them'on m?fro.ed feet. I tar, one teaspoonf.,1 of soda the whites 'hS throh the snow that was . My fibers were froen, too, and. as my of eight egg.; tir butter and suprto ' Sv two feet . eenlour hor.es at ' ear, wcYc fronted last winter an.l in the . get her to a cream; mtoonecur. of sweet SSSrinWta- to tbcfr b...

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. — 20 March 1880

ITEMS OF INTEREST. Personal and Literary. John Brougham -will, on the 9th of Slay, be seventy years old and he will have completed his fiftieth year upon the stage. Bvron's Bible, some locks of his hair, his writing-desk, and divers gar ments and other personal belonging, I have just been sold at auction in Lon don. John B. Gough, the temperance lecturer, is a bookbinder by trade. He is a man of moods, very sensitive and modest; either very happy, full of fun, or despondent and s.id. Theodore Thomas has reigned his position as Musical Director of the Cin cinnati College of Mu-ic, on the eround, ns stated by him, that the Directors re fused to agree to certain reforms that he deemed essential to the welfare of the institution. Mr. Longfellow is said to write ' easily but cry slowly, weighing every word before jotting it down in lead pen cil. There is hardly an erasure in his manuscript, but when his work returns The Pope, who was a great pedes- The Baptists report 12,407 Sunday- He C...

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. — 20 March 1880

I THE DODGE CITY TTMTS. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. MARCH 20. EUOSCBimOK: U OO per year. In advance IV. M. UME.Idllw Publisher. Ehtebkd at thi Potior fictc at Dodge Cur, Katoab, ah bzcosimxabj Mail MATTER. THE POLTTICAIi CAMPAIGN. Tiering the Presidential jmt party linen Will be aharplj drawn. There can be do accettfal Independent chnte. There are but two issues btiore the country the iue made bj the Republican! and the issue made bj the Democrats. Issnes of all other organi zations are but aide shorn, compared with the druggie impending between the two great partita the Republican and the Democratic. For effective, successful work, tne mass of the people will be divided between theae two main parties. We recognize the importance of baring a Republican organization to add to the strength and eflectirerjei! of the part we represent. We, therefore, unnesitsliDglr pronounce in favor of making the issue po litical ujioa county candidates, and aball ad here to this purpose, whether the field l...

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. — 20 March 1880

ISSO's IMMIGRATION. The tide of immigration into thii State has ret in much earlier than usual, and already the itream has assumed the proportions ol a mighty torrent. Every train from the East i crowded with homeeekers in Kansas, and early as it is in the season the numbtr com ing daily into the State can be reckoned far up into the hundreds. Those who come to Kansas by the trains we can see, and estimate tbe number; tbone who come in wagons we An imt e. and hare no means of knowing nor even estimating their number, though it can safely be said that seventv-nve per cent. aa many come by tbeir own conveyances as come by tbe cars. Such a rush as this has no precedent in history. There is a reason for it, however, and this reason is plain. Karsu offers ne l.rK fortune. liLe the mines of Colorado, and it cannot be even said that Kansas is free irnm thaw ills all new States are heir to; but the record of the Stite has been for the years lince her first settlement so uniformly gooa that ...

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. — 20 March 1880

mv nor. What the Mara are. to tlio k-y, W hat tin- light l to the eye. What the riviT to the sea In my darling buy to me. What tho dew is to tliu Hon er. What the tine Is to tho bower, W hat the leaf lit to the true Is my dat ling boy to me. hwocterthanlhoA Inlet, luru a lily-hud, still wet W fth the early morning-dew, la lay darling, good uud true. determined to see the old year out in , force a wife upon me against my will. the good old fashion. When the dreams of youth are done, hen the nigjlt of ace ereejtson. May I lean with pride and Joy uiion iiieo.invnnrnngiioy! Mr. Ada A. Mir, in A. 1. JudfjmuUnt. A i.orEics AXSWK1S. and the way they used to lecture us be fore we went to the Hall, not to mike dear uncle ann-v. was atnusintr. I can A few minutes before midnizht, a , I like her. tell you. long procession formed, two and two, I Aunt has stopped crying, and I think 1 was a good way, ahead of the others, aunt and uncle heading it, and marched she's getting well, which is the bea...

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. — 20 March 1880

ItEDmxa's Ucs'ia StLVE has genuine mer it, as all ho use it will testify. Price 25c. C. (filbert's I'at.GIos Starch for tine fabrics $3000 n Year. Onr -ntmrlt. New Go..ds. t)r,TONCKfcCJ..SIoilIai IF YOU AH n I CK, - wit . nana. A. w rotMUrif C,i;jlrbn,tHrK IT M Y rAfc 'VVt LIFE. A CA . U. AttUnee- of Cla IUrr,j Sac, amrricua a uf co:iiA:vr. LM All the JmrflTrniiii, . J. .trbJaslKntnTrMrYrs. "" smd for rampntK. lUtAIILCTOUIII CIHCIUB HAWS. IT 1. ?Of1 ier(!avthome.SanipleswnrthS ,313 .ZUlr AilrnuSlL'&Cu.,l,urItnl.M nOJ Manual "T llluit'1 Lll J)UMtrtiUMfa AUCATIiniI.I.I.GrKVlIOOK Irnnsfre. I W.S. I HI AN. Publisher. UK S. ith SL. M- 1IMiU M f1 Wl(trotc.0i n.snjwhere. W1mImjiI ' an I HetalL lrtcMItri t.i!s eua-ao- , two. liUSTKUUla, WAbashar.CLUacah I LIFE THOUGHTS FOR YOUNG MEN. By X. hiOMi, IX D . PastoroT St. Marki bugll-d. rnn rellcal Luther-ui I hureh. St. IamiU Mi. liiMtivrt; Chapter L uur lounir Men: Hup. IL Etui to be shunned: Chan. III hrtl and lu KesJitanee; Chap. '.rrin u...

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. — 20 March 1880

l-s t i THE DODGE CITY TIMES. ODOI CITT. SATUBDAT. MARCH 30 LOCAL NEW3. flUTULI UOlXO BAST. fastencrr. .12.17 r.M. Vrritlit .... l&ir.u. Frfijhl T.lO-ajr. A., t. t a. v. m. C01XO WK8T. rassrnser.. 4.35 a.m. itghl.....330r.)t. The city election lake place Monday, April 6b. The WhiU Loaf the best la the market at jour grocer's. A LIBERAL dooation iu gotten op Moo- day for the benefit of Rev. O. W. WrigbL Baairr H. Fuxnrn, of Wheeler conn- ly, Kaoait, has been ia the city thii week. The cafe of J. J. Webh, charged with mnrder, at Lai Vegas, N. M., was appealed to the District Court of Kew Mexico. A NSW telegraph lioe, for commercial ose, ia being put on this line of road. The build era were at ihie point ibis week. The Ln Vegas Optic aaya William Sholtz, of Djdge Ci y, will open a caloon in that town. Caw. A. Diesst, of SpeareTille township called M-jnday. He baa 140 acrta in wheat, and aaya it promises writ. II. F. Mat, of the Dodge City Mill, left Wednesday, for a few weeka visit...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 27 March 1880

t. r ' f DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. VI. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, MARCH 27, 1880. NO. 45. a 'I A PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON A. COLBORN. at. W. SUTTON'. E. F. COLBOItX. ATTaRTOTlt AT LAW, DODGE CITY. KAX. Office In Tost Office Building. HARRY E. GRYDEN. ;ATTBBJIE- AT U, DODGE CITV. KAS. Will iiractioe in the SUte and federal Court. GEO. A. KELLOGG. ATTOBXBV AT I.AfT, DODGE CITV. KAN. Will practice in the several conrU of the State. Office in Globe Building E. F. HARDESTY, ATTOBXKV AT IAW, DODGE CITY. KANSAS. Will practice In State and federal Courts. Office second door west of Tostufficc. W. F. MASON, PIH'nlCaAX AD SUBGEO!, DODGE CITY. KANSAS. Orders mar be lelt at Fringtr" Drug Store. KesMenes eat end of Military arenue. GREAT WESTEEN HOTEL. S. G ALLAN D, Proprietor. South Side of tho Railroad. D0BCB CITY. KANSAS. GOOD SAMPLE ROOMS FOR COM MERCIAL TRAVELERS. B3s &o Liquor told on the iYemines. TJ38 iBABGEN BBASOXABLE. LIVERY STABLE ATTACHED. CKXTKHINIAI. 1IAHBEB HIIOP. LEMLEY A. KOCH. Pro...

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. — 27 March 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. KLIlCBIITION t 2 00 ptr Tear, U Urate. NICHOLAS II. KLAINE, - Editor. AX AliliUCTEH TEXAN (llltli. TtieStrnnc Story f Annl Jacl-fcon. On the incoming train on the Chica go, Iiurlington & Quincy ltailroad, last night, was a young lady passenger who has lia.il a remarkable cxiierienee. Her carter (luring Iho last three years has been one of romantic adventure, and narrow escapes from tragic death. She is now on her way home after a pro tracted absence, which had led her friends to supiHise the w;ls dead, as she has been unable: to communicate with them since leaving home until very re cently. In relating her story she said her name was Annie Jackson; that her father and mother live on a ranch near the village of Iberia, Macrie County, Tex., which is located in the bouthwui-l-ern corner of the Stale, and on the Mex ican border. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson re moved from Philadelphia to Texas in ItCO, at which time there was consider able emigration to that State, and ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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