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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 5 June 1880

HUME, FA KM AM) (i ARIEX. Tho tireat Star Distances. Tbe Art of Jfanasin? a Husband. Oat stiiaw, as a rule, is superior to The method of tindinfrthe distancocf . It is no uncommon thing to hear it wheat straw as stock food, inasmuch ' the stare, or stellar parallax, is one of remarked: "Ah, yes, there's Mrs. as it contains a larger per cent, of fat- lorniing and heat-producing ingre dients. To keep bugs off melon and squash vines, plant a tomato plant in each hill. jsv doing tins tne uugs did noi oomer the interesting problems of modern as tronomy. In the days of old tho stars were supposed to hold the same posi- , iioa m regaru. 10 eacn oiuer irom age to age, aim were, therefore, called fixed them for me; while across the fence. cts. Nothing can bo further from tho Lustre. Her husband imairines that ho has her in complete subjection, but I tell you that little woman manages him beautifully. Whilo ho straightens him self up and swells with mannish prido stars, to distinguish them fr...

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. — 5 June 1880

THE DODQE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. JOKE 5. SCCSCIIllTIOS: ti 00 jr year, in advance W. B. KI-AI.TTE. Editor and PublUtwr. ENTERED ATTIIEpOSTOrnCEAT DODOE Crrr. Kansas, as second-class Mail MATTER. THE POLITICAL FUTURE. CoL P. Donan, the well known South erner, now editor of the Dead wood Pioneer, was interriewed bj the St. Louis Dispatch. On the political future he said : . "I stand just where I have ever since that insane extra session ol Congress in 1877, jupt were I stood when a reporter of the Post Dispatch had a long in'.erriew with me in December, 1878, just where I stood when I wrote that much-denounced Chicago Times letter of April, 1878. I eaid then, that the monstrous follies of the rampant Southern idioU in Congress, their twaddling about States' right, and their mad talk of 'wiping out the last veetiges of war legislation,' abol ishing the army, starting the government and capturing the Capitol, would inevitably arouse all the old war feeling and sentiment of th...

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. — 5 June 1880

LOCAL NEWS. TlflB TABI.E-1., T. . F. H. U. UOIfU KAST. rassenger. liSS r.M. J'asaenger. 1013 a.w. FreUht TSOr.M. freight ftWiji. Freight from east arrives atfir.w. coixu WXST. rassenger. .3J0 a.m. Passenger. MO rji. Freight.. ..112B a.m. The Arkansas river is booming. Gauss is growing finely in this region of country. Local sews is scarce, track Dodge jet. The boom hasn't The first herd of cattle arrived in the vicinity of the city Wednesday. A riKE balustrade has been put on the awning of the Wright Hoose. A bbotheb of Geo. D. Titlots, the insane man, was in the city thia week. "The beat laid plana of mice and men, gang aft aglee," or word to that effect. The planting of rice corn and aorghum is in order and the aorghum Upper u happy. Cook & Hiskle have remodeled their aalooa building, giving it a capacious ap pearance. Two humdred kegs of Bock Beer were old in Dodge City, belora the recent rite in the Arkansaw Some improvements are being made, and there is a tir about the city...

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. — 5 June 1880

Pulque Tbe Mexican National Drink. Ijf a letter from Mexico to the New York Sum, the writt rsaj-s- This liquid b distilled from the maguey plant. It has a disagreeable smell and taste, but no description cm powibby convey an adequate idea of its hurtful eiTects upon the prosperity of the country. In the first place, die most fertile and pro ductiv e Lands of the upper plain of Mex ico are altogether given up to the pro duction of the maguey plant. Wben'it is remembered that a maguey takes often ten j ears to come to perfection, and that very little attention is required in the mean time, it will be evident that the employment this species of agri culture gives to the laboring class is far below tbitrequind for the cultivation of any kind of grain. Vet it is by this cry class of jien-ons that pulque is most drunk, and consequently the reals of the working man imd their way into the iockets of the rich owners of kacictulat who spend their profits in I'aris or Brussels, while the' work...

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. — 5 June 1880

THE ST. LOUIS MIDLAND FARMER will b sent THREE M05THS TOR FIFTEEN CE5TS. Adirr-s U. W. MATTHEWS ft CO.. Publishers, Gia Oliie Mreet. M. LonU, Mo. TAMHOK OUSfAHMTATIOL-Tiw t f of new and etrecnw a airm rur slim painters, dec orators, deis'gner and other. Ji Maa-tani Mgn W nter. li Man-lard ssroll Uvk.lt. vrvllaand Ummitl, , by Lomt.tiptir. ti. lilnirrs Manual. ,rjc Mgn.iMr ruc. Car, lTHC"itil Pcoirae IilaUnc 5hl OIH er. fJtc. furniture and Cablvt Finaner, Sat any buolueiler or painters fupplr house or ty ni&iL i?s5 lUNHT CU. llttNmauNL.NT i lTlliltHanrjmIIIrUhthorajmtUnfKt-mr A work or usages rf publisher- will he creatlr aided In prrraratlsin aid publWUna of their Hi b Hnnt 4iiitd t Autborvbb. I Ten experienced writers fre , qoetifjj find Its lolormatlin useful aod lis sii-estluas j JbM. UANCi tCO, U9MsuuSt, M.T. HiaiSSRftSi VEEY EASILY MANAGED, ECONOMICAL IN FUEL, AND GUARANTEED TO .he Perfect Satisfaction Ewywtoe, BUY AoramoAE MADE ONLY BY Excelsior Ml Co., ST. LOMS, HO. IMPOB...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 5 June 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. JUNE 5. TEXAS CATTLE DRIVE. Special correspondents of the Commer cial Indicator at Fort Griffin and Fort Worth, Tcxaf. report the cattle passing tiicto places, np to May 20, Tho drivo of cattle on tiieir way north np to that timo was 1M.912. FROM FOKT WORTH, TEXAS. ecuil eorrttpodelice Commercial Indicator.) Fort Woimi, Texas, May SO.-Your letter asking lor a report of tho number of cattlopas'inKlicreon uclrwa5' nortl, to' Bttkei with the name of their owners has hecn iecievod. and enclosed you will lind tho list for which I nra indebted to Jake Johnson, a man thoroughly acquainted witn tho business. The cattle are eencr. ally from tho southern part of the State and are ucincdriven toOgallala, Nebraska and Dod. City. Kas.. with a few to Caldwell. Kas. Tho following is mo nsi: Moore A- Allen hhmer Uros Scott & wi William Allen . J Collins.. - C lloyco--.- Stephens A. .. LMKokcniatt DUFant John Youiib Alex May Thos Ward. -....-Isaac West...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 June 1880

. DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. VH. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JUNE 12, 1880. NO. 4. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON &. COLBORN. M. W. SUTTON-. E. F. COLBOnS. ATTOREsT AT LAW, DODGE CITT. KAX. Office in rot Office Building. HAKKYE. GRYDEN. ATTOBfET AT 11W, DODGE CITY, KAS. Will rractioe in the Stale aid Federal Courts. E. F. IIARDESTV, ATTORNEY AT LAW, DODGE CITV, KANSAS. Will practice in State anil Federal Courts. OBce second door reot of I'ostopce. W. F. MASON, PMYHIX'IAM AI SUBGEOW, DODGE CITY. KAXSAS. Orders mar be lett at Fringed Drag Store. Residence eat en 1 of Military avenue. Dr- A. II. HARRIS, pnTSICIAX AXD SCBGEOW. DODGE CITY, KAS. Office adjoining Saddlery shop, opposite the Wright House. CE.NTK.VMAI. BABBEB SHOP. LEMLEY &. KOCU, Proprietors. ShaTing. hau.pooinKan.l Hair Cuitting done In the Litest tisbion. BRLNKMAN. BROS. Jfc WEBSTER. LtflBEB DEAIBBK, DODGE CITY. KAS. Yards south of liallroad tract. T. L. McGAETY, M. D. Physician and Druggist, DEALEKIX DBCGS. JLEDICIXE3. Cherai-Ua...

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. — 12 June 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SCBSCCIITIOXt ti M p r Ir, fa Atnnet. NICHOLAS I!. KLAIXE, - Eunon. I'EKSOXAIi AND I.ITh'IUKY. I,om IStkon's writing-desk, with several autograph inscriptions, anil hii Iorjlship's name inside, recently sold In London for 70. A mjmbku of Hussian scholars are at work on a scries of historic of the world's literatures, to appear in St, Petersburg the present year. !3 Ai.cott. of Concord, docs not take kindly to being lionized liy suni mcr visitors, and when she sees them cominjr slips piictly out of the back door, us Hawthorne used to do. IONnrr.LLOw's "Hiawatha" and "Evangeline" have been 'translated into Ilohemian, and a fecond edition of the Bohemian translation of Shakes peare's "Othello" and "The Mer chant of Venice' has apiwared. Mi!" Mauy Anhkusos gava 1138 per formance durinir lier dramatic season, which bejpin September 8, 1879, at Utica.X. Y., and ended May 8, 1880. ntl'orlland. Me. The total receipts wtc S2V2.G19. Miss Anderson's profits amount to 75,0...

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. — 12 June 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. 8CBSCEIPT10X: 2 00 pfr Tr, U Adnac. NICHOLAS B. KLAlNE, - Edito. SOMETIMES." Sometime? not often when the days are lonjr. Andiroidenllotherlenlnir fit IN of grain, Likocadtneenf some balMnnrottcn song. Tat ro sw ecis a memory across my biaia. 1 bear tbe landrail far among tbe grass. The drowy murmur in tho scented limes; I wato the radiant Imitirllies that pass. Ami I am Mid and sick at heart sometimes sometimes. fcoroetimes. when royal Winter holds his swa). When every tloud is swept from azure skies. And froztn pool nnd lighted hearth are iray W ilh laughing lips and jit moio laughing eves From far-off days an eiho wanders ly. That makes a discord in the Christmas cbltues. A moment in tbe danec or tall: I sigh. , And "e"m half lonely in the crowd some times Smietimes. Not often, nor for Ion. O frien 1, my friend. We wruuot lent our life that wo might weep: The Cnwer-crowned May of earth hath soon an end: hould our fair Spring a longer ojourn kep' Conesali tov...

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. — 12 June 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. JUNE 12 SCJSSCIU1TIOX: 2 W ptryor, in advance 1ST. K. KtAllK.BillorndPoblIlirr. ESTEBED ATinEl'oeTOFFICE AT UoDQE City. Kaksas, as second-class Mail MATTER.! SOME PEOPLE NEVER SATISFIED. The WashioRton correspondent of the Atchison Champion writes: The bill for the relief of homestead anil pre-emption ettlra weet of the sixth rrin cipal meridian in Kansas and Nebraska has become a law. A might have been expect ed, members of the delegation are irceiviae communications from some of the beneficia lie of this measure, complaining of its reope, criticiiing the method and preferring the mot ridiculous and impowible demand. The more you" can do lor tome people, the more you subject jouraelf to unjnH reflec tions and lo imwrtunite greed. That there are fome of this c!as of persons even in Kansas I am constrained to believe, rhe bill which has jut passed was thought lo be extremely liberal. It was approved by the committee originally with extreme ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 June 1880

V Sk W LOCAL NEWS. TUBE TABLE-!., T. S. V. B. B. U0IXO EAST. COISO WIST. raasnger..l2:Vi r.M. Fusenger..s.so a.m. l'astnger..lo.T!5 a.x. l"jsenger..5:10 rj. Freight 750 r.K Freight.. .J1S a.m. Frelgnt 6:00 am. Freight Irom east arrives at 6 r.si. The Arkansas river is fall bank to bank. We shall bear nothing more about Wash barue not being a candidate. The day train will carry mail ranter after July firs:. This will be a great couTecience. A. Glcck, jeweler, hs returned from St. Louis, and will remain in the cily a short time. . The wheat crop in Pawnee county, whit there is yet, says the Chronoscope, has filled perfectly. Twelve and fifteen bushels per acre is what is claimed for wheat in many sections of the Stale. Dr. A. H. Harris is engaged in the Poet Office drug store. He is an experienced druggist and affible salesman. 51. W. Sutton regned a? Cily Attorney, and the Mayor appointed II. E. Grjden. Harry held the imjiortant office ence before. Otto Muller is employed as assistan...

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. — 12 June 1880

HUMOROUS. A great many men who start out to reform the world leave themselves off for the last job. Middlfloum Transcript. Oleoma itciAitiNE would often pass for butter Hero it not for the absence of hair. It's always bald-headed, and that gives it dead away. Waterloo Ob server. There is said to be a newspaper pub lished in Alaska which hasn t jet pub lished a Presidential estimate, but the rumor stands sadly in need of confirma tion. Albany Journal. Miss II. (who has chosen medicine as a profession) to Professor, who has giv en the class an ox's heart to dissect: " Oh! Professor, can't we have forks to handle it with?" Vasir Miscellany. Vandeumlt is worth over fifty mill Tons. He tin go to the first church strawberry festival of the t-eason, treat half a dozen young ladies and have enough money left for next morning's marketing. Sorrislown Herald. It's quite time that ministers stopped asking. " Does death end all?" So far as wo know it does. It at least puts an end to the fellow w...

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. — 12 June 1880

IC It fin perdsrathoras. StmplM worth ID II fZUfrae adlroao(&JPrUa,at $72 A WEEK. $13 day at home cully mid. Costtj eatflt fne. AderaTrua aOe. ABCtat. Ma SUNS Revolvers. Bias. CttaJote free. tireat Mtara una wtk. natDurcn. re, i A WEEK In Tour own town- Terms and JJSwtttfr Ad.trlU.HAilettLCa.Portlmd.M S66 JT 3VX "f"S! I DR. A. L. CLUM'S CATHARTIC. Imp-It WsrtaNr Cur-. "irni.ii uruc acting rattiKma.li.l.-ndIll.l. WARRANTED in All Cases. ' A.k TiarDnifix' for HUMMWw alo for IrUi- I twLDDrAuURCuuilTk. II -d V lag. Minn. I Mailed Free for S3 Cts. . rastae . aio.eaa rtii- ?ai ur !'" waM-aayfaefaa . fitta4 wltaaarrAilX.LDaarkTT AT TACH MINT. May sot lamp ar varr. rrvra la drlpfiar aaJ hratlar. rWad. for saraes, vlt k aba af cUa $10,000. SAFETY LAMP. l.-flIX IaITTT-X CMKt, Tf MUa Kikklaxd. Frtae 11.00. 'WblleltUrrUr an lntfrrlncnarTtlrtli ttvXL ft dllVntftinTtraclfi!rlJiit bow to follow prsctt tMiljltmMiiyircip.-.si.Aolu,Stic Yvri. .-DOKA'H UOCMEKEETIXO. BrMltuKiiKLAXD. Price 0ft. "Ito...

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. — 12 June 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. JUKE 1 T. J. Allek, of Kansas City, Mo., who has a contract with the government to fur nish 6tock caitie for twel?e tribes of Indians in the Indian Territory, haa been in the city huyiog cattle for the last week, during which time he has bought orer two thousand head from citizens Lere. Among them are Wm. Hunter, J. M. Dawson, James D. Reed and f. Scott. Mr. Allen'a contract is for northern Texas cattle, and he has come to the right place and contracted with the right parlies to insure hi success. The otjcct of the government in furnishing there heifers to the Indiana is to learn them to raise their own beef. These twelve tribes are now being fed by the government, and are fur cieheJ annually from seventeen thoaitand to twenty thousand cattle. It will be a great raving to the government if this experiment proves a success. Mr. Allen furnished the Kiowa, Comanches and Wichitas with like cattle list year, and he (ays they have taken good car...

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. — 19 June 1880

tZii. f-it , , sT7? DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. VII. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JUNE 19, 1880. NO. 5- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON' &. COLBORN, 51. W. UTT0X. E. V. COLEOKS. ATTOltlMiV AT LAW, DODGE CITT. KAN". Office in To,l Office Bulldins. HARRY K. C.RYDEJf. AITOBMV AT LAW, HODGE C1TV, KAS. Will practloe In the Slate ana Federal Courts. E. P. IIAKDESTY, ATTOKXKV AT LAW, DODGE CITV, KANSAS. Will practice in State and Federal Courts. Office sicond door west of I'ostoffice. W. P. MASOX, raVRICIAJi AXD ttllRCEOX, DODGE CITV. KAX.-AS. Orders maT be le'tt at FringerVl Drugstore. ltesidence eat end or Military aunue. DB. A. H. HARRIS, P111TSICIA.-V ASD MTttGEOr". DODGE UTV, KAS. Office adjoining saddlery fbop, opposite the Wrijht House. CE.MK.IKIAL nillBEB SU01. LEMLEY & KOCH. Proprietors. Shaving. Shamiwoln,: and Hair Cuiltlns done in the latest fashion. BK1XKMAN. BROS. &. WEBSTER. LU-TlllKK DEALEHH. DODGE CITV. KAS. Yards south of ttailroad track. T. L. McOAETY, M. D. Physician and Drugg...

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. — 19 June 1880

HUMORODS. Tiir. fashionable parasol tins saramer will be a wafer with a pin stuck through tin; mMillc of it. A'cw York Commer cial Advertiser. I.N peace prepare for war, particular ly where it is a single piuco of pie anil two hungry boys want it Cincinnati Saturday tiighl. Some people put Mokings on their hem to keep them from scratching, but :i lx?ttcr plan i to "shoo" them. rhiladjhia Kevis. The editor of the Iloston Transcript wa asked whether a circus man can jo to heaven, and ho replied, " Well, he lias a pretty good show." The reaton whi maiikind nnke so many .blunder r. bekauz they attak things jutaz a ram ilisz, with all their lury, and botlit-jfrs-Oiut. JoU Hillings. Kllvkv million dollars was spent in this country last var for hair restora tives, undue can't fee one more hair than the year before. Detroit Free IVess. A ti:aii says there can be nothing wrong about f lealing a rjdeou a freiaht train, for though he gets n hat he steals, he d(M.'S not rob anybody cl-c of a ri...

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. — 19 June 1880

!. & THE DODGE CITY TIMES. m - - SCBSCKiniOX : i On ir Tear, Ib JUraae - ' NICHOLAS B. KLAINE, - Editot. THO CANDIDATES. Stei-iiex Hickett was, for the third time in his life, looking out for a pair of black cotton gloves to wear to his "di parteil pardner's" funeral. He did not mourn to the extent of a weed, a the old hat he had w orn so long, through storm and .shine, would hardly support such dignity. I!ut it was necessarv to lraw the line somewhere, and he drew it at glmcs. His horn-like hands looked Unused to f uch pomps and vanities of life, but he considered them respectful to the mem ory of his wife, anil so went into the extravagance. If ho could hare fore cast matters, ho might have bought all three pairs at once, at a reduced rate; and no doubt he would, as lie was a sav ing man. Hut there are limits to cv cryone' ability to make and save. The 'neighbors, sitting about the store, asked the customary mortuary questions, partly from sympathy, but much more from the curi...

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. — 19 June 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. JUNE 19 fcUnSClUITlOXs tlOOptrynr, In nJvince K. H. KUilNE.Bdllor and Publisher. EXTEBED ATTUEFOSTOFrjCEAT DoDOE City, Kansas, as etcoNixLAes Mail MATTER-! BEEF, FORK AND MUTTON. On the first jisge of ihu iue we publirh an article from the Kentucky Lire Stock Record, which i worthy of more thin pase iog notice. It idfises the (jrowth of heef, mutton and pork the most profitable crojw for farmers, nd in this connection we my reitente whit the Indicator has fre ijucntly adTOcated. viz. : the improtement of the beef herd of the almoat limitleffl Went. It it true there has been a marked increase in the demand lor short-horn bulls by the leading ranchmen of the West, bnt there are still large numbers of cattle raisers in Kansas, Colorado, Nebraska, Texas and New Mexico who have not yet learned that there is Tastly more profit in high-grade than in the common stock of their respec tive localities. Such men as the Driskills, Shtedys, Tow ers ti G...

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. — 19 June 1880

LOCAL NEWS. TISE T.IBLE-A., T. ". V. B.B, UOC EAST. Passenger .I&Sr.u. l'assenger. lu.i5A.H, Freight TiUr.M Freictt 6:00 a. 1 reight from east arrives at C p.m. goucg WIST. raestnger..3:20A.ii. l'asseDger. 5:10 j. freight.. ..HSiA.x. We notice when a man's course is wrong, he tries to mike it right, by profue expla. uaticn. Wm. A. Elliott is proud, lie bears the title of fa. A boy, Tuesday. Mother and child doing well. The morning passenger train east was de layed fourteen hour Thursday, owing to the wreck of a freight train near Lakln. We take occasion to oStr our weekly bul letin of the Arksmaw. It is full bank to bank. May its shadow never grow less. A LOT of Italian organ grinders were in the city Wedneday and dealt out a few tunes much to the amusement of the boys and the dull citizen. Dodge City is unusually quiet, considering that this is a "iasi" town. The old life is knocked out of it. It is now orderly, which is highly commendable. The weather has been rariible lately ...

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. — 19 June 1880

Tie ncuu and UN Lavvn-jlimer. '' Wuii:!t-!:-r.-!MMi!" Blast liim! ' Z-Z-Z-Z-Z-z!" Blast liim again! Br-rr-rr-rr-rr!" Turn orcr in bcil and row that you will shoot lii- liens, uion his 1oj h:i J leare fish bones where I113 cat will lint litem ami choke to death. Who? Why, t!io triplo-platcd, bomb-proof, iron-coitcd and hard-hearted next-door man who went to bed at sundown for no other purposo than to get up at five o'clo.-k a. in. and gallop his old lawn iiinivcr around! " Rattle! Whirr! Bang! K-r-r-r!" Oh! lie's there! Ho simply stopped fur a moment to spit 011 bis hands and gut ready for a new twist. Just fire by tile balls, and .some fool of a doctor has told him that the morning air is good fur him! Ho knows that he is disturb in.: every man., woman and child within a block of him, but what does i ho euro? "Clickcty-tc-elickct-tc-click-click!" There he goes! He's got his coat off, lii pants in his boot-legs, and he's thinking how nico it must be to lire in the country and canter ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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