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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 May 1880

h Irocured for all sot. (tiers dlaabled In U. rauae. Apply at once in order to have pension com mence at date of dlwhartre, a the time 1 llm'ted. JMrs of deeenscd ld.en entitled from the date of the death of the soldier, jynmont increanttL TIwu anda are entitled to a higher rate of penalon. Uoun trand new dlTtiargr procured. Address, with stamps, HTOIIII IKT .1. CXI.. Claim AwnLi Ili.nm M- Sr j i ...m. t.i Z-. , aV ' ViUUU ilUUIUUg, If HIUULUU, IS. m - THE VICTOR Double HuIIer Clover Machlno ' IitmNfrnMlbatlasTrr Balled 1 OO tnUtr tt awl la ece day fram damp aat a-rt straw fai IU Ia 3 atr'ptlTa Clrealar aa3 FTtea ' List, which etmtalas easy Irtre-ra rnnfinatlBa- tfcla. . arrlrnlTur&l Implement Mfff. CVa. Jzoxa r rajttt'rrtWawt. llaceralamn. Aid. 10 CENTS I For One Month or VI lor a enra MihMniptloa to the Oreat Illustrated, eight page .story 1'apr. Tlir WIEKLT CiL,lfLe . theN a Ledser, rirwlda I Companion, etc IVrmm- ' al nutlets for AtvnL i ubciiheri f rre. Xolhtnjr In UaeoIamn...

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. — 15 May 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGK CITY. SATURDAY. MAY IS. COLORADO. From the Viral Lu Anliuas Luder. If cow boja would Uke as much interest in looking mfter Iheir employers' stock as they do in bone racing there would be fewer cattle stolen ana amen out 01 toe country. Tbe inspection of cattle hu proven a great safeguard to stock men during tbe shipping season. It is true but little itueTiog was discovered, but who knows bow much was prevented? But in view of the ease which cattle are driven out from the range at this season of the year, when they are widely scattered, would it not bewise to adopt a system of patrols? A great deal of the public attention was drawn to a horse race gotten up by the cow boys las: Saturday. Toe hones were those used in herding, one from tbe divide and the other from Granada. The rider of the Divide horn was Bill Ilall, who in making tbe start lell from his horse, eitheraccident ally or, as it u charged by some, intention ally, and was seriously bruised. Upon ...

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. — 22 May 1880

f DODGE CITY TIMES. rtt VOL. VH. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, MAY 22, 1880. NO.l. a PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON & COLBORN. M. W. SBTTOX. T. F. COLBOR.V. ATTDRXEVI) AT 1.AW, DODGE CITT. KAJf. Offlc. in Post Otllce Building. HARRY E. GRYDEN. UTTOBSKV AT I.AW. DODGE CITY, KAS. Will practloe In the Stale and Federal Courts, E. F. HAKDESTY. ATTOBJIKV AT 1W, DODGE CITV. KANSAS. Will practice in State and Federal Courts. Ofice aecond door west of Postoffice. W. F. MASON. raVSICIA! A SCBGKOJI. DODGE CITV. KANSAS. Orders may be left at Fringer. Drugstore. Residence east end of Military avenue. Dr. A. H. HARRIS. PBXSICIAK AJIO SUBGKsfW. DODGE CITY. KAS. OIBc. adjoining Saddlery shop, opposite the Wright House. CBftTESCflAI. BARBEB HF. LEMLEV &. KOCH. Proprietors. (having. Shampoolnic an.l Hair Cuitting done in the latest fashion. BRINK MAN. BROS. &. "WEBSTER. .UMBER DKALBBS. DODGE CITY. KAS. Tards south of Railroad tract. T. L. McCAETY, M. D. Physician and Druggist, DEALER IX DBCGS, MEDICIN...

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. — 22 May 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES., hlllC!lIPTIOf! ti 00 Pr Tfir, In Htsaec. NICHOLAS B. KLAINE, - Editor.' Living After the Gallons. The tiroes have been, observes tho usurping Kinjr of Scotland, that when the brains were oat the man would die, andtberuan end; and a like termina tion is commonly supposed to attend the operation of hanging. But, if the strange story sent jesterday from Pesth records the establishment of a prece dent, wo may be on the eve of a gre.it change, and persons who hae Toen hanged will bo seen vvalkinjabouta day or two afterward as if nothing had hap pened. We do not mean walking about as Danouo did ; for it wilL be remembered that when the shade of that ill-treated Thane appears to Macbeth it is no more seen by the Queen and courtiers than the Ghost in "Hamlet" is seen by Ger trude. It is in the material, not the spiritual sense, that the resuscitation is to be brought about; in the flesh, and, not in the air-drawn picture traced by agonized remorse, that the phenomenon...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 May 1880

HOME A" FAKM. It is always best to undcr-season rather than to'ovcr-scason food. To retain tho color of any vegetable, plunge it into cold water after boiling. When any thing is accidentally made too salt it can bo counteracted by adding a tablespoontul of vinegar and a table spoonful of sugar. Totato Pl'iinixft. Two pounds po tatoes boiled and mashed, one-half pound sugar, one-half pound flutter, six eggs, a wineglasful of brandy, and one nutmeg. Line a dish with paste, and bake. To Take Marks off Varnished Furniture. Wet a sponge in common alcohol camphor and apply it freely to the furniture. It has nearly, if not quite, the same effect that varnish has, and is much cheaper. Fillino ior Pies or Turnovers. Onc-fonrth pound of raisins stoned and chopped, one cracker, rolled line, one egg, juice and grated rind of one lemon and nearly a cup of sugar. If used for pie use top crust. Lesion Pie. One egg mixed with one grated lemon. In another dish stir smooth with it little cold water o...

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. — 22 May 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. MAY 22. SUBSCKHTJOJf: MOO per year, in ailvanee N. B. KLAiafatt.EilltoriuatlPublUlarr. ESTEEEB ATTIICPOBTOFFICE AT DoDOE ClTV, KAXSAS, AS SECOXD-CXASS MAIL MATTEB. A NEW INDUSTRY. The legislature of Virginia recently gran fed a charter for tbe incorporation of a com pany to Ix known as the "Virginia Angora Co." Tbe capita! of the association ia placed at $2,000,000, of which amou&i $1,300,000 is said to hare already been subscribed. Ac cording to its charter tbe company it permit ted lo hold in fee 200,000 acres of land, and to issue bond;, but not without the conwnt of nine-tenths of all the stockholders. A contract has been made with California par ties to transfer their etock of thoroughbred Angoras to Virginia, and to furnish also 20,000 ewes of original Maltese etock, to be purchased in and brought from Mexico. Although the industry has been successful in California, yet the conditions for success are so far superior in the mounta...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 May 1880

LOCAL NEWS. TIJIK T.tBLE-1., T. A S. F. at. B. OOISO XA3T. r'eDger..li'i r.M. J'asaenger. 10-23 a. 11. Freight TflOr.Jt. Freizht 6-00 a.. Freight from east arrives at 6 r.M. GOIXG WIST. rasienger..30 a.m. Passenger. 5:10 rji Freight.. ..lira a. m. A Glorious Bain. The Dodge City I'ublic school will cIom on the 28lh of May. Two additional pumps have been pot in, in front of stores on Front street. The Long Branch Saloon is fitted up in elegant style, in anticipation of the Texss Cattle trade. Some of the farmers in Barbour County are making preparations to irrigate their farms. Sheep men in the southern portion of this country are bury shearing. We hear of no loss in lambs. THE INHABITANr MUCH GLAD. The rain fell for three quarters of an hour at Cimarron and south of that point Sunday night last. If we had more rains, we should have lets wind. But we believe we prefer these winds to Missouri cyclones. The Texas Cattle Drive does not promise to be as early ss generally. This is all th...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 May 1880

THE SOUL OF LOVE. Tllol tliinkV m rtbanie I love thee, O mj trca-ur' For fl -rinc lot k or dlmlem, Si witliut mi asure. For cnn in: lashe, rosy lip, )r Miiili po pax Utile e not so. J or lhco arc thing Which asa ay. f r l!tUboiiot m that i ro to Uouht The Mini of line. To think it halnoiHiurloltre such charm nljoxu. lklievenotfo that whlihl lovo Oli, know it, il arf W ith jfulous tlm nor death ltHclf, Can UiMipjivur, 1 love lHTAnH whrti on thy fico XI v loud pUnce lJs, ThJ uhtti oul clearlv 1 behoM IiitliyiUrkcjlri narptr'4 irrrU). TJIE DEAR DEAD FACE. Tin. war 1 refer to xvas not ono of those which we hive lately bad uion our on hands, but that which a few year ago raged so long, so fiercely, between the Northern ami the Southern States of America. It w as my fortune to w;ne on the medical stiff with a Iortion of the Vorthern army during most of that terrible struggle; and it is needle-. to say that many personal in cidents came, under my notice, w Inch xxillnexer leave mj" nicmorj...

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. — 22 May 1880

ff Vegetihe. The Best Medicine. GENERAL DEBILITY. FsExrOKT, I IX., Sept. ZU 197 H. It STrreTs, Boston: Pr Sir I hare bwn nJng your Talnahie mnMcfni McFrthnVfor Gtnrral ability, and have no hl tfttlonlnMTlnKthmf I conld-rlt neof the hr,lf not A fr mrdldn In the market for a pnt raj Inrtror aioranJ Ulood Iurirkr. J. IL ruKTKU. VEGETINE GIVES GENEZUUi SATISFACTION. Eruptions of the Skin, Chronic Sore Eyes and General Debility. Bead -what Dr. Simmons says. Vkkoi a, Mibi .Jose 3, W3. XL It Stetbts. Costox: I hart used "Wirftlne" In my family for two yean ami cordially recommend It as a rrnwdy for yntptftm of the Mm, CAronir .sr r and G-eneroi Debility. I hair also rrcommiuled it to a prat many persons lnthttaccUon, and I think It bait tfven general satis fatciloii. cry ivpr. ML J. J. SIMMOX3. Tonrrery Ttlniblc medicine, VcBetlne." restored thK!(tht to my little daujentrr, savrslher from being kiuid, and 1 bare no doubt sited her life. Very uratrfniiy, Mils. J. J. SIMMONS. WITH SUCH BENEF...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 May 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. MAY 22. HEAVY FLEECES. Four Mareno rams sheared by V. J. Coltin & Sod, of tbi county, on May 6tb, sheared llteces as follows : Silver Moon, by oM Silver Moon, four years old, one year's fitrcr, thirty-five pounds. Sweep Stake, bred by ShtnnoD, two yiara old, from Michigan, eleven months old, thirty-four pounds. Duke of Kansas, by Tempest, three years old, from Michigan, eleven months fleece partly shed, thirty-two pounds. IUa brought from Michigan by King & Rider, lest thin eleten months fleece, twrntj-six tnd a half pounds. The lightest fl-ece oot of one hundred rtms shorn with ten and a half to eleven months growth, was seventeen pounds. The sheep have inn on tbo range all win ter, taking the sumliioe or storms with open pens or sheds at night, and fed on one bushel of corn to a hundred held, with corn stalks or straw at night and are in a fair condition. Lirned Optic. - m PEOPLE IN THIS COUNTRY DYING FOE FOOD, from the Denver (C...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 29 May 1880

DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. VII. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, MAY 29, 1880. NO. 2. cV PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTOX &. C0L150RN. M. W. SCTTnS. E. r. CoLBOKX. ATTOKIVBVS AT LAW, DODGE CITT, KAN". Offlce in Post Ofuce Building. HAKKYE. GRYDEN. ATTOKXEV AT LAW, PODGE CITY. KAS. Will practtoe in the State an J Federal Courts. E. F. HARDESTY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, DODGE CITY. KANSAS. Will practice in Stateend Federal Courts. Office second door west of Postoiftce. W. F. MASOX, PIIVHICIAX AK1D SERGEON, DODGE CITY. KANSAS. Orders mar be lelt at FringcrV Drugstore. Residence east end of Military avenue. Dit. A. II. HARRIS, PHTSICIA.-V AX1 M'BCEON. DODGE CITY, KAS. Office adjoining Saddlery shop, opposite the Wright Home. CK.ITEX.IIIAI. B.IBBBB SHOP. LEMLEY &. KOCH, Proprietors. Shaving. Shampooing and Hair Coining done in the latest fashion. BUINKMAV. imOS. & WEBSTER. Ll'flBER DEALEBt, DODGE CITY. KAS. Yards south of Railroad tract. t. l. Mccarty, m. d. Physician and Druggist, IIEALGKIX DKUGS, MEDICIX...

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. — 29 May 1880

TUT? TKTnnP PTTV TTTUTTQ , gueso custom of ccluion is still domi lUti iJUJJUJJ U1J. X J.UILDO. ant in all tho Amazonian country KlEsCUirTIO: t'OOptrTrar, InAdtaic. NICHOLAS 1$. KLAINE, i.DiTOB. ( Soci.il Custom-, tn Brazil. i I uui( nost ls a geiuieman 01 me om Ilrailinn school. Whin he places his houe at our orders M e may be sure that I we are eleome. The breakfast is as unceremonious as possible, but cun- j ously different from a meal at home, There aro no Udies t the table: only a few families in S.intnrtm hae adopted tho new customs in this respect and or. Caetano is not one of them. Two or three barefooted negro sen ants stand behind our chair with ery little to do. Sr. Caetano serves the meat, and then invites us to sen o ourselves. "Kaolin 1!!!!.'' Beyond that there Is no passing of plates, and no waiting be tween the courses. After a dcsert of fruit and wines, the inevitable tooth picks arc passed around; we light cigar ettes and sit smoking for ten minutes before leaving t...

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. — 29 May 1880

FOREIGN' GOSSIP. The fact that the last two years, 1878 ' and 1879, had almost precisely the same The American show at the Berlin ' total exports of fresh beef, may indicate Fish Fair is the subjectof admiringcom- the reaching of a maximum, but an in ment forits fullness, variety and rarity, crease of 70 per cent, in the live-cattle The French are a thrifty people ' fMrt of 1879 ovct 1878 may acconnt Last year 2,000,000 persons of that na-1 for thc lack ot " fresh beef . At all tion deposited 138 800,000 in the sav- even's the trade is already important ;n oanks an, lucrative, and besides, as Colonel " .1 Sellers would say, there is all Germany The two sons of the Prince of ales, and France that must one day be sup Albert Victor and George, have been plied. The success of the experiment promoted to the rank of midshipmen. ,a been in underselling British beef; With this official advanconicnt itis con-1 the less agreeable side of the picture is solatory to know that their pay will be ...

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. — 29 May 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATUKDAY, MAY . SUBSCUIITION: 5 00prTr, In advance !T. B. KIAIKK.EdllorandPubllshrr. Enteked attiiePobtofficeatDodge Cm, Kasss, as EECGNi-ciii Mail MATTER. Tiiebe is an unsurrejed rtrip of land, lying between the Ongr landa anJ the Hom&tead lands on (be north aide of the riter; this strip varies in width, in Ford county at the 100. meridian it is but three chain and nlneij-eix Jinks wide. A cor respondent o! the Great l!;nd Register tug gert that the Government order a rnrver of thin strip. The Register Bays the ftrip extend "from Dodge City to Arkansas City, and averages 80 rod wide and is entiitly unsettled. It U not yet open to settlement. We hope car delegation in Cocgrof will at once provide for the purvey of this land. There is abont 4,8C0 acres of this 6lrij in Barton county, which should at once he made open to tettlement. It is strange this 1 and should ua long have escaped the atten tion of our fcople, as well as Congress and the Inter...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 29 May 1880

LOCAL NEWS. TUBE TABLE-JI., T. A S. F. B. B. C0IXG EAST. rassDger..lK P.M. Freight 7sr-.M. l-'reiffht 60 A. Freight from east arrives at G r.x GOIXG WIST. rassenjer ,3J0 a.x. Passenger. 5:10 rjt. Freight... . 11:2 a.ii. A train load of young cattle and beep were shipped east Sunday h-t, from Colorado. The buffalo wallows, the creeks and the river, ate foil of water, and there is much thankfulness. TnE grass, is in fine condition south of this point, and growing test. The grass ia starl ing up on the north fide of the Arkansaw. TnE name cf the Hodgeman Centre Poet office has teen changed to Jetmore, the county seat. Wm A. Frush is postmaster. TnE rain storm of Tuesday night was heavy in many places. The rainfall at Lamed was 2) inche. The rain extended into Nebraka. Ocr. new mocn brought with it a verifi cation of the old Indian proverb ''a wet moon." You coal J not hang a powder horn on it. Twenty car loids of cattle were sent east Wednesday night. The cattle were in poor and misera...

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. — 29 May 1880

A FLOWER IS A BOOK. 3 rr la th ininot rcee at h room. Where 1hkWs oi ancient lore arc utored Mlierc t Urerl ul rsya of light nt'ir break tho gloom. At mi How luorn or at the clor-e of day, 1 lind, wit'iin an aleme dark and drenr, A book in iui-iouH language, quaint and old. V ittun, trow, in some forgotten year, Itj Kimc strange hand, now lyin j etlll and cold. I bnih the dut (mm off Its leathern iddes. And Kan the k:ncs with careUs, heedless eCH. Uttlef know what in the book abide. What thought within the anciuit oJuroo lie. Mv eye reason a yr How page at last, iliift nnd colon d bv the Jnp-o ol time; Hi re lies a flow er that bloomed in days lonjj past, 1'luike.d by a band In Mine far distant dime I cn breathe a feint yet rare perfume I'lrirtnjr from !MitiaUertp and wrr; W hnt band, 1 wonder, pluc Veil it In Us bloom i And prweel it in this cduuie lying here? lcrliBiw mqic maiden wanderiiw 'mid the tire, I WU re through the forest ylan footpaths bdf Micddiit? its sw cetmv on the f...

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. — 29 May 1880

?A V PE NSI O IMS SKsiswra anw. Apply it once In order to have pcmion com mence it date, of diKhuv, the time U limited. Heirs of dt-ct-ased Midler entitled from thedsteof the (bath of th4 soldier. Pensions incrtantd. Thou sands are entlilM to a h'uVr rata of pension. Boon-tvanlnf-wdi-haryr procured. Addn-ss.witnstainra, troiIHKT CtJ., Clal-nAnU. Boom . 9. Cloud Building. W ulilscutn. U. a DR. A. L. CLUM'S IV CATHARTIC. onllieat.nmch. I.lrnd Ulirf. WARRANTED in All Cases. .i ....llmrd.' for tM Vxttrlo. alf r tcHl- .. j . " jilllHll Xlllfi t-4!.. boduu. . "..". : ..,., ...v bwU r All. lui gu1tb. II -d wiuit Minn PERRY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER' fajjl "ilrH lTiinriir, lair ae.am; er ,,. Khrui'ifl-i"! nnil fural-l. PAIN KILLER fcraffiSKWH"! brings jiy end jrrtMinmt rrtfMn tilt rn-ir l liruf-. 4 ut. irliit. .- Iturti. etc. nil 11 trill CD H Om well tried and trusted KAIn FY. I LLC 11 rr.iiilnr.lifVrrlii.Ir. Farmer. lIiitT.(t-Uor. nd lnfirt a.Icli3t wanuwra nirtllrln- aln-aj at band, xn&mrje...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 29 May 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES- DODGE CITY. BATUHDAY. MAY 29. STOCK NOTES. From the Las Animas Leader. Some, cattle men west of here ire (hipping cattle le Kansas for the purpose of suing them. We obaerre that many of the cow bojs ire this jur taking oat cots on the roand-up so as to lltep out of the range of the festire elitmlc. Jadge Jar pat his one year old Hereford on the scales this doming and he weighed 7S0 pounds. So much for thoroughbred stock. B. L. Etolta last week sold 1700 head of sheep to Clement Bothamlej, an English man who has purchased lands in Cbase county, Kansas. The price was $3 per head. Eliworth Torry, of Oldham county, Texas, latt week made a purchase in this county of fifty-two high grade bulls and cne thorough bred, for use in his herd. Of these he bought one thoroughbred and eleven grade Ilereford, and sixteen grade short horns of Mr. Prowers for the round sum of $1750; twenty-lour grade short horns and Here fords of J. C. Jones for $1000. From the Kinsley Graphic. ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 5 June 1880

DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. Vn. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JUjSHE 5, 1880. NO. 3. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON & COLUORN. M. TV. SUTTON. r- r- COLBORX. ATTOnXKV AT IA1T, DODGE CITT. KA OfBce in Tost Oftlce Building. HAISRV E. GRYDEN, AITOIWEV AT UW, DODGE CITV. KAS. Will practioe in the State and Federal Courts. E. K. HARDESTY, ATTOBXEV AT lW, DODGE CITY. KANSAS. Will practice in State and Federal Courts. Office second door vnl of I'ostoffice. W. i MASON. pnVHICIA.f AI KCBCEOS, DODGE CITV. KANSAS. Orders roar be lelt at Frinjer Drag Store. Bcsidence eat en 1 of Military avenge. Dr A. II. HARRIS, PHYSICIAN AJTD SCBfSBelf. I0DGE CITY, KAS. Office adjoining Saddle ry shop, opposite the Wright Hume. CE.XTEX.XUL BABBKB lHP- LEMLUY &. KOCH. Proprietors. Shaving. Shampooing and Hair Cultting done In the Ulest fashion. BUINKMAN. BROS. A. WEBSTER. LIJIBER DKALEBft, DODGE CITV. KAS. Yards sooth of Railroad tract. T. L. McCAETY, M. D. Physician and Druggist, DEALER IK DRUGS, MEDICLVE3. Chemicals and...

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. — 5 June 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. .1 - ' M'l:CKirT!0 : ?: on j r Tear, la AflTinee. - NICHOLAS 1$. KLAIXE, - Emtob. A rnxllyj- anil Monster. Xati'KE oitcn iv's sncli curious twists to licr productions which allbril hope of being raro ami valuable pieces of human clay, thai she only provokes hy tantalizing us with her hints of what, if she hail chosen, she might liavo ilone. She turns out a. chiM. who. if the will linUh as carefully a she begins him, proniiae to lc a Shakpcare. a Jlaeaulay, or a Webster; but spddciil-, as if iippAticnt of her workmanship, or as if giivemeil by a mere caprice, she w-arps and perverts him, and throw, him away battered ami u'lc. Thirteen years ago a loy was bom, in 1'uteiMin, New Jersej, whose head on the day of his birth attracted atten tion, and which, when he had reached the age of four, had grown so Urge as to in iku other people shake theirs and predict a fatal and speedy end ing of his life. Hut lie lived on un til he wore a hat of sei en and a half hire, whi...

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