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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 27 March 1880

ITEMS OF INTEREST. Personal ami Literary. "Jefferson Davis's Memoirs" are promised for early in the fall. It is said that in the Welsh language an infidel book docs not exist. Rev. Herbert II. Hayden who was lately tried for the murder of Mary Stannard, in Xcw Haven, Conn., is de livering a lecture on "Circumstantial Evidence." Mr. Matsdaira, a. Japanese engineer working in New York, in addition to many inventions of merit, reads eleven language, has finished a mathematical work in three volumes, and is only 30 years of age. l'rof. Fawcett, the blind member of Parliament, who lost his sight at 25, is expert and happy in casting the line for fish, and no one enjoys more than he a brl-k canter. lie rides with a friend, his horse needing a companion to avoid accidents. M. John Lcmoinnc, the distin guished Frfneh journalist, who has just been elected to the Senato of his coun try, is CI years old but still youthful of aspect. Ilis head is massive, his fea tures are decided and somewhat ...

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. — 27 March 1880

J 1 B THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. MARCH 27. 6UBSCKIPT10N: ttOOperyear, In advance If. B. KUlIfVE. Editor and Publtaber. Entered attheI'obtofpiceatDodoe LW, KANSAS, A3 BECOND-CLASS JIAIL MATTER. THE POLITICAL CONTEST. The political cauldron is seething. Never before was to much interest manifested in re- fnect to the iiopularily ot the several Presi dential candidates. This is evidenced by the methods employed to ascertain the popular feelinc bj "straws," so called. Heretofore Ford county hag given little expression on political topics. But the county is arriving at a maturer and more stable form of politi cal position. It is true, in the Presidential canvas of 1670 there were less votes than at present, but the population of the county now is of that class having greater concern in po litical afliin. This is true together with the fact that the Brigadiers in Congress have threatened to force upon the people an issue which requires the solid voice of the country to co...

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. — 27 March 1880

3 LOCAL NEWS. TIME TJIBLB-A., T. A . F. B. B. 00110 IAST. OOWO WIST. J-"iChi..... TflUr.K might te r.x. freight 7:00 a.m. If you want to increa-e the value of jour property set out trees. 13, 14, 15 lias ftruck Dodge City. It is marching westward. A number of our citizen re putting oat ahade iress. We wf glad to note this patri otic move. Morris Collar this week sold large quinil'es of field sted to stock men in the Fan Handle. The bootblack says hi set rap allowance has been dispensed with, lie goes to bed with a full stomach. The auction sale by Dr. W. S. Tremaine was largely attended, and the goods general ly brought fair price. Morris Collar his uiotcd a etote build ing to the lot mlj lining Marsh's store, where be will shortly re mov hi good-. Thirteen wagons umd this city Mon day moriirg bound fcr Colorado. The white covered wagon bom has only coDiuieiced. The Dodge Cty flouring mill are ship ping law quantises of flour to Coloraioand New Mexico. The white loaf brand is be com...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 27 March 1880

f? i i IK Ih! ! IIEU SWEETUEAltT. My sweftltfart hi a red-brown beard. And bonnie eye of blui. Of no ten mii la lie aleard. To nn wee maid be' tru; Kor I und lonly by UU bide, A lily by n. 3cw. He took a bullock by the bead. Alia uonnnu UU1UK.K uown; Iln threw John I'lumbcr lump of lead From tJiiUowVdilll totown; And jpt lifi ann iiround uiy walt li Holt as atln gown. Ton may lmvo brighter eyes than mine, And Ix-tter-rolorrd bnlr. 1'oyr band maybe moru white and fine, A onr tl3Rmd 5ruit more ?parc You charm ull other men 1 him. 1 want ii( charm you Itear. "nniley'M Magazine. i m A aAlXSBOKOUUII JfAT. I m Dr hit Hun fnntoratmc wishing to sec, I lliltlicroneatlfcroiKiu hied, .nil quickly di-covcrcd that then I could bo U'ltii it dre-clrcl tl( kct supplied; liitheM-condrow, though, as it proved, waa hit plate. Aid dhrrtlv in Iront of me fat A youii lady 1 couldn't behold in the. face auo vtw w earing a tiaImlxirouKll llatl It wa covered all over with something liko down, And a clearly ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 27 March 1880

Lmonl'ie: Takconelemon.CTated, diriMlthin. irins remoeiI, and Tioil it ten minutes in a cupful of water in a tlo-cly cocred b.isin. If any of the water di.anpcars by etaportition leC3irTtrintMforrhistr,dLuoJailiaBntheis. ' HDCaTIIRH-LINO Jr.W BOOK. .Circuit . iiTTt w.a.aaijjmw js-.o .. AGENTS WANTED ''tu!i lt complete irnl authentic history cf th twai tour of Sttf apes-Stua1 BRAHT AMI B WORLD a cupful of supir arm a iameuuuiuui i rtdesrriu-itiaii'a!a-. .li.wlretlst.nrch. Twocrusts are needed. . ',:fcffii An Old JIhii ltealorrd l Heallli. lllTivil, N. YScjit. 15, KO. IT. II. WtitvEt: .t Co, Ilorjcster, N Y. OrTLi:ME: "For forty tears I liave fur fereil with IHahaes, belli,: oblijcil to void nrfnea often as out -in SO minutes and hate al-o been a ircat sufferer from ralpitatlon of the heart. 1 am iw uln2 your Liabetes Cure, ami can trult sar, at Vt tears of age, that It nmU. . f ceUa sew GlH.rrize Butler .Tinker. Makes July, Auzuit and Winter butter equtl tobet June product. Oroters p...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 27 March 1880

ii Is I a 1 5J 3 THE DODGE CITY TIMES.( SODOB CITY. 8ATUKDAY. MABCII 27 LAKNED. From the CbroDOsrope. Tbe buffslo willows "filling up" must have been an omen of tome kind. The Sorgo Sugar Company tneana business the j had a very interesting meeting Wednes day last. Settlers are pouring into Barbour county in goodly numbers. Several of our teamsteis are now banling goods and household plun der from this depot to the Medicine. We learn that broom corn raised in this section sells for enough more in price at Chi cago to pay all freights and expenses oyer the broom corn raised in States east of us. The straws are tougher and wear better. Since tbe late snow, farmers feel more con fident in having a good wheat crop. The melting of tbe mow has put new life into the wheat and the freezing leaves the soil in splendid condition for a spring crop. LAB ANIMAa From tbe Leader. i liar in loose form sells at $15 per ton; in bales at $1.25 per hundred. Mr. Simmons, who has charge of the Di vide ca...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 April 1880

UL M- if' t DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. VI. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, APRIL 3, 1880. NO. 40. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON & COLBORN. j. w. strrros. " r. coujors-. ATIOBJCK AT I.AW, DODGE CITY. KAJf. OMee In rot Office Building. IIAUKV E. GRYDEN. .ATTORXKV AT W, DODGE CITV. KAS. Win iraclloe In the Slate and Federal Courts. GEO. A. KELLOGG. ATTOBXBY AT MW, DODGE CITV, KAS. Will practice in th- BcYral conrts of the State. OlEre in Globe Ilullillog. E. P. HARDESTY, ATTOBHKV AT WW, DODGE CITV. KANSAS. Will practice In Mate and Federal Coerte. Office second loor west of Postolfiec. V. P. MASOX, PHTfllCIAft ASB iUBOKOS, DODGE CITV. KANSAS. Orders mar be lett at Fringer". Drag Store. Uesidenee east en.l of Military areauc. CCITKIMIAL BABBKB IHW. LESILEY &. KOCH. Proprietors. Shaving. Shamroolnsan.1 Hair Culttlng done in the latest laablon. BKINKMAX. 11U0S. & WEBSTER. LlUBEIt DBALEM. DODGE CITV. KAS. Yards outn of lUilroad tract. T. L. McOAETT, M. D. Physician and Druggist, DEALEUIX DttUGS. ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 April 1880

1 St THE- DODGE GOT TIMES. 1 Z&m StU'-hlUTlO; tioopfr tr, U Uiee. NICHOLAS 15. KLAIXE, - Emtob. ITEMS OF INTEREST. lntitinl nnil I.ll. rnr. Tliu IEcv. Joseph Cook i? about fin ishing up hU ISoston Monday lectures, and will then go abroad for a year of travel and study. Kbstutli has made such arrange ment for the publication of his memoirs as to rescue him from poverty, and place him in affluence for !iu remaining 3 ears. Mr. t". S. GillKjrt is said to have received from Mr. Sothtrn the sum of $1A,UU0 as the price of his new comedy, and the actor is qiiotrd as saying that he would not takn $30,(XX) for it now. liefore liuckle was thirty years old it was claimed for him that he had stud ied nineteen languages, including, be hides the classic.,, all tho prominent tongues of modern Europe. The oldest editor in the country is Philip K. Frcas, who founded the (!er mantoivn (l'a.) Trlryraph, a weekly, lift-years ago, and has edited every is sue of the paper during the entire period. Ke...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 April 1880

Underneath (he Hudson. All that can be seen of the Xorth Kier Tunnel thus far is a tremendous well, smoothly lined with brick, sixty feet deep, and wide enough to admit an ordinary dwelling house.' This well is covered by a clumsy wooden shanty, high enough to admit a derrick, and big enough to hold the two engines and three boilers, the coal heap, brick pile, clothes closets and office for the work men and the company's officers. This shanty is at the foot of Fifteenth Street, three-quarters of the way from the Fennslvania ferry to thellobokcn line. It is cfoc to the river's edge, two blocks distant from Provost Street, the thor oughfare nearer the rher bank. Tho river originally flowed where the shanty is, and underneath the filling Is the original silt. The great well beneath the shanty is not to be a terminus of tho tunnel. It is merely a starting point which the tunnel shaft is to pierce, and it was sunk because that was deemed tho better way to begin the great work. The tunnel...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 April 1880

h! THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. APRILS. SUBSCB11T10N: tSGOperyear. In advance II. B. Kllini;. Editor and Publisher. ESTEBED ATTIIEPoSTOFFICEATDoDaE City. Kansas, as second-class Mail MATTER.! THEf POSSUM POLICY. Who the Democrats may Dominate a their Precedential candidate is hinted by the St Louis Post-Dispatch. There is a small band of anti-third termers in Et. Lorn?, headed by Ex-Senator John B. Henderson. They have called a Convention to meet in St. Louis, May Cib, for the purpose of throwing some obstacle to the nomination of Gen. Grant In other words, the S . Louis Convention is another Horace Greeley fiasco, if we are to judge of the I'oit-Dispatch version of the pro poed meeting. Now, siqcc ihe Democrats are unalle to concentrate upon a candidate, the Tuft-Dispatch hints that it would not be an unwie political move to tike up the cham pion of the opponents to Grant. It broadly assorts that John B. Ilenderon would mile an excellent Democratic candidate. It trac...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 April 1880

LOCAL NEWS. TIME TABI.K-.ft., T. A S. V. ft. B. t.OINO AART raseengtr lsr.7r.JI. Height .... 75WP u Frtipct TjOaji COlXbj 1ST. 1'asstnger. tiXiA.X, freight 3:30 r.M. AEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS WEEK. Iltxlje City Town Coniuan J George Ilandall, rrosala fur Fresh Deef and Mutlon C. 1111, Insurance Sotlse II. 1. rv. Underwriters, lsiublutlon Notice C Gsllup. 4 Co. Dissolution Notre? ISeatly & Kelly. 1Iiiih lor Kent-A. J. Anthony, 'treasurer, filial I'root Laura Muore. Alilllnt-ry tloods Mm. l-adle. Mlet l'otaloe 3 ids-31. Collar. EaSTMi Sanday was a fine day, anj all the turn-outs were Mrrel cut. The Dodge House ins a Lew front which adJ gieilly ,,J ,''e appearance ' ae huihl- TltC army ul irinia is moving westward. Wnite covered wagons by the score are mov iug every dsy to tob ruii. The Arkansas Va'leymwptpersspak ot the etjrm Iat wetk astheeevcrestoie kuown lr the oldest inhabitants. We are riq lentcd U announce thsl llis re moval of Morris Collar's a ore buildicg was completed Weil...

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. — 3 April 1880

II'' CUT. EADa'S .SCHEME. Why II iihMit a Cuiinl ArniM n itniiron.i iirttrr iiian ' "..VoMert..'' C"" ! Mrtictliin of It-nfrli 1111 OIJectl f Krom tho X. Y. Tribune A Tribune reporter called on Capt. James It. Ends, at the Albemarle Hotel, yesterday afternoon, and lelrncd that lie is thoroughly in earnest in reference to his ship-railway project, and is con fident of getting it in course of con struction in a few months after Congress .shall hate passed the bill introduced into the House by Mr. 'Wells, of Missou ri, ami in the Senate by Senator Vest. Captain Eads expressed the opinion that the De Eesscps canal project was now , from bending under such strains; but help is thrown away in failing to pro virtuallv dead. He continued with ref- i as the elastic limit of the iron is not ex-1 euro " the little cow," as the affcction crence to the bill advocating his plans cccded it docs them no harm whatever. ate Irishman is wont to call this gencr as follows: " The main arch of the St. Lo...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 April 1880

GRAIN 1ND PROVISION S72 COMMISSIOK I KEBCHAHTS. - A WEEK- 12 1 dav at home enilr maile. WpClff Jfta'-free. t?per(ttmA.eafy ClIHeReTolTeim. ma.Cttalo(rnefrt?. iWHwiimi Wovwu una Worta, Haa&artti. ra. Fifty Dollars Bewail Amuu rUIhie herwailrv 11 A. Prnctw. Vr. Kir lr illun. u traMinxfe tt Xrr. v.i'. il ertir iVv 1 iu r' it Mia oi ii:i TbuSs tohnvpnnf!tMinir'r.rmtaa4 cirVtl.o. JUIE. Iit-Mnumr 1. t-fl Ulh st. Nn rr. CooUi outfit f rt Addr True & Oo, Augusta, ale. $3000 nlVar. Our A""pntrrVpU. New PENSIONS inllA dotnsaGrnerjCommLuJoTilraslneu lnLAPJIK Qt4STinKH.we Barand Hell rln In 1.1 W bu, l(ts and upward ; aiv, fork acd Lard in any quanu Uet deslrMl Corn-qwndenM and Bhipicents wdldted. LAHox Bitu.. ill LaSaJtf ULUdcaeo. LlirKICAin 1 Mf,5IIM.'Y. t Ailt.i UTzsrXfll&-i AH the L-iteitJ ri FH Trrtunn. . J. stlelwlHTHaa,ai . !. . fctW. hsM rtKH.aWM IMPROTKMrMS. "M I lIDipniH. IIUIAIILC-TIIUIU cm 25 CENTS: 32 MUIAUL&TUUTU ClKL'lLAK NAU. . noaqaj, tbm m MtcL iiaaaa mn sinsin...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 April 1880

! li ir I 4 THE DODGE CITY TIMES. BODGB CITY. SATURDAY. APBIL 3. LARNED. Prom the CbroooMope. A young lady of I bin tillage aays that it it not wicked to aew ou Sunday if you don't use a thimble. Mr. B. F. Etuis has tone east to examine the machinery ef different sugar mills in the interest of the Sugar Company. T. G. Payne hu purchased yoke ot train ed buSilo bull. We also notice that the hon orable gentleman is wearing a plug hat. Mr. Wadsworth, the "bigest" sheep man in the State, shipped into Lamed last week 1 IIW head, mostly uotswoid e, Irom .Missouri Mr. Wharton shot an immense bird of I swan or goose rariety last Tuesday morning, in the bottoms below town. It weighed nine teen pounds and measured seven feet irom tip to tip. Mr. Rider tells us that his sheep never were in such good condition as now, that they are fat and would make nice mutton. lie has only fed a peck of corn per day, since Janu ary last, to each one hundred head. He has 1700 in his liitle flock, and has lost...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 April 1880

7q DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. VI. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, APRIL 10, 1880. NO. 47. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON at COLBORN. K. W. BtJTTOH. E. F. COLBOlUf . ITTSBftlTIt AT tW, DODGE CITT. KAN. OfSea In Tost Ofllre Building. HARRVE. GRYDEN. -ATTORNEY AT UW, DODGE CITY. KAS. Will rraeUoe in the SUte and Federal Courti. GEO. A. KELLOGG. ATTB.MV AT UW, DODGE UTV, KAV. WO! practice in th- several courts of the SUte. OBce In Globe Building. E. F. HARDEST, ATTaBXEV AT LAW, DODGE CI TV. KANSAS. Will practice In SUte and Federal Courts. Office arcnd door west of I'ostnffiee. W. F. MASON. PHWIMCIArT AND CKCEOBC, DODGE CITV. KAXAS. Orders mar be lelt at Fringer'e Drugstore. Residence Mil end or MiliUry avenue. SJH.-fTK-I.IIAL BABBKB SHOP. LEMLEY &. KOCU. Proprietors. Shaving, Shampooing and Hair Cuittlng done in Hie latest toliion. BBINKMAN. BROS. &. WEBSTER. LCJIBKU BEALEB9, DODGE CITY. KAS. Tards south of Uailroad track. T. L. McCARTY, M. D. Physician and Druggist, DEALEK IX DBUGS, MEDICINES, Ch...

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. — 10 April 1880

If 'i j Jlti THE DODGECirt TIMES. ' t"id 1 . ' J I tbe duties of t ' rT7T7u iii) customers ami gei i i store. Once in there. ' ttin ilnimmAr cease and .. ' I 1 IOC uuura v mv. " -- KinwrniitlOX :4i M '. ' M-4 those of 'the- salesmen commenee ;-n KlBEirrioa. --" t t.., ,un iwn the. countrv cus- EditOK. tomer so MCHOLAS B. KLAINE, ( UClncCU t ..w rf . I a .nMr,M..ng frtolo litp thft nun who .j wis sandwiched between the upper An The- "lrnnrrrncT"-auiI- Hls-Vlctlmr will asTlrummers, of several "houses in The Dtrk.SWe of lVoadoijUfe. Av AAMAnAlUllctntnt.erAniV4 1 nf-uableivcrv coarser indigestible- I . t . 1. I!!.. n1ntA3 Sf ttni eatauics, sucn as inuu puuis v ";"" ;i n ..:ni.n.t fmm f ho ahpll. ltnilntl "WlHIvS, iiitiwt aiuii. . ...., ---- . with. recKicss aouauanut ui aauiauui 1 The other night a reporter had occa: sion to call upon a man at one of onr most prominent hotels. The gentle man was out, and while 'awaiting his return the newspaper man -seated him self in a chair and amused...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 April 1880

U5CLE JOSUWAY'S "AKGY." " Ilcbben's do" locked an' Saturn's do', too, Too late, too late! JIebben'8 tlo' locked nn' Saturn's do', to. Too late, too late ! I'.nid' Natty call an" you wouldn't hear. Too latf, too latel JJrud' Nattvcallan you wouldn't hear, ' Too'late, too " " Stop Cat rackit an' open dis hcah do', Anarky. You'se got it shct f asser'n Hebben's do', cr Saturn's do,' eider," growled the Colonel from the outside, interrupting Aunty Anarky's hymn. " Stiddcrsingin 'bout yo'Brud' Natty call an' you wouldn't hear, yon better bad say, Brad' Joshway call an' you 'ten' not ter bear. Bin a hollin'furyou to spen dis heah do' tell I'm ho'se." " Open do' yo' fcf, boy, what's gwine to hender?" Joshway's voice quavered a little as hereplied, "Ole'oman, rminstruss?" On hearing that he was in " struss " the log-cabin-in-the-lane of "distress" Aunt Anarky llcw, with all a w man's sympathy, and opened the door. There, with bands hanging helplessly by his side, face bruised and swollen, an...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 April 1880

,1 'i THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. APRIL 10. SUBSCKIITIOX: 2 00 per year, In advance W. B. KLAI.'VK.KdlloraBaPnbllslicr. ESTEKED ATTUEPoaTOFFICEATDoDOE City, Kansas, as second-class Mail M1TTEB- THE STATE CONVENTION. The late Republican S.ale Convention, for the selection of delegates to the Chicago Con TcntioD, conducted its deliberations with a Stern purpooe. The Blaine men had a small majority, and chose ten delegates favorable to the Main Salesman. A number of delegates favorable to Gen. Grant alfo selected dele gates ; and thin dual arrangement may lead to confusion at Chicaso. The arbitrary mode of conducting conventions does not tend to insure harmony. We should fear disastrous results did we not know that the mass of the Republicans are in harmony. They will Tote for the Chicago nominee, whether the candi date be Grant, Blaine or Washburne. Poli ticians have favorite candidate", and their zealous efforts provoke discord. This is the condition of affairs in a n...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 April 1880

LOCAL MEWS. TIME TJIBLE-A., T. AS. F. B.J. UOIXG EAST. GOIXO WEST. ras8enerr..l2:17r.x. Passenger. .t.53A.i. might..... 75r.x. Freight SOr.M. freight 70 a.m. A HEAVT frost Thursday morning. The "gang" "got to the joint" in good shape once more. The election Monday pa-eed off quietly, tbere being no dia'urbance. The St. Loui and Sin Francisco railroad is to be built to Kingman this year. Tuebe (i) a time when the editor of the Globe feasled on Kelley's "pile-" MK3. Steixmah and dauzhter haTe open ed the restaurant lately occupied by J. M. Bay. Two inches of enow fell Wednesday morn ing. It moistened the ground enough to start grass and help the wheat. We nnderetind that a new round-home ia to be bnilt at this depot. The present build ing is inedtqaate. holding only foar engine;, while room is needed for at least a dozen locomotive'. The city election on Monday has greiter significance that the result of that day. The "gang" has its "courage up," and being in good fi;htinz trim, ropow...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 April 1880

m IB III II' i fi li P 7 DEM) VOKJ. The pfit'i little span is done. The iHKt'tt work mi eajtb on on. The hand that ttrike the rhiiflng ihords; The thought tbnt clothes itself in words. That chlmesiftitli every vsiryrror mood. That trU ea a Irlend toolitudc; In Anchor file, In unile or tears, W akes echoes fur all coming jean. The lHiet's hand and heart are dust. The )oct' irnne lloirieen and hnhed. Jliit iuuic lira, and snare, and swells, And suai a the nature where It duells. Mend with thi Ir rrl f, mtn9 their mirth, OtVeanf Its own purn (mice. l' enrth, hhrincs dream and lane ten, and furloo Muds wonU to aneak. and fetrcngthyto jiroc. oh, many a rt art struck desolate, And inuny a We, liy Utter fat jlt tli-j and dull; and many a soul, ('hnflnj 'phi"t ilrcmiistance control. In tret and dsuht. the purest halm Hnda in tho poet golden Him. Their hlesf n? whom Id-) po er haw blest Haloes the poet'a tntluiull JVfet. ' All lit Year Eountl. the money if he, would alio w me to ac- attentio...

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