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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 7 July 1877

eCt V1 ' v s.1 DODGE CITY TIMES; vol. m. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JULY 7, 1877. NO. 8. A THE DODGE CITY TIMES. VI lil.MIMl LhUV-ATLi:lVTlSV W. C. 4: LLOYD SHINN. ulneriptioii, . tr nnum In advance. OFFICIAL DIRECTOKY. t'tmatjr. !:r.rr-iiiiji it. v. Wri,-ht. 1 .,huni'lih-rt A. J. l"eacnrk, CltHirniAK. A J. Anttiouy, Iharlii luth. WinTc drrk Ino. I. Mesni. IrtMsurr . is Weiier. intiMT Ir. . llMllanil MiiriR OiarlevK I tonsil, jlegifter James Laatnn. 'CUrL llntncl Ortirt Harry ISoyer. tn,fcile.Iudge Herman J. Kring r. i-ounty Attorney M. W. Mil Ion. Mirrror II. T McCartt. -Mjjrt !ib. lut. rhom.1.4 L. MccVrty. city. "MaTor James l. Kellty .vuncilmen Hon. n. II. Colley, t.e. U. Cux. John NeHtoo. 1. .1. Leonard. lt(rm andUerk K. r.lolbdru. "lr-aurer Charles II. ctiul4 ivlli-e.lnde Hon. II. M. Iwt, Mr-tuI-L. E. Dearer. Township. Tmslet 1 KlVattv. LlirL. CU.ui. !I. sehulz. I reaMirer Henrv Niess. Iutlrt-i. . aciul Marshal!, I. U. llaldwin end I). JI. Fro-L. CoiuUble. Jsnies II. MclJoodwin High C...

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. — 7 July 1877

THE TIMES. -W. C. EHinS, Znbllihcr. DODGE CITY, - KANSAS. MAHOMETS KOItAN. Tke -Cardinal rblnU Rml IVcullar Fra-tnr-of llir l"n.plir J'altli A ItrllRion In wlilrli riii mid SimuaHl kxi.t In About 1-iual rriijxtrtiiiuR. iJitine l'artnljitbe yew York L-dper. Pious Mohamine-iUii s can tell xou the exact number of letters which their sa cred hook contains, namely, !!i;,015: and the nuraler of words, 77,C3y. It is divided into one hundred and fourteen portions, which weshouldcall chapters, nonie f which only consist of a few lines, and others of tw enty pages or wore, tlio whole woricocing about eiju.il in volume" lo the New Testament. It is othenyi-e divided into thirty por tions, each of which contains about as much as a nun can read aloud at one time without fatigue. Attached toimporta.it mosques there are thirty reader, each of w hum reads one of the-e portions every day in the vcar, oo th.it the entire Koran Is read daily. KjcIi reader has his portion bound liy iu-clf in a small vol...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 7 July 1877

r TO CORKESFOlfDENTS. JUI communications for this paper should b accompanied by the name of the author, not necessarily lor publication, but as evidence of goo I faith on the part of the writer. Write only on one side of the paper. Be particularly careful in giving named and dates, to have U letters or figures plain and distinct. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Personal find Literary. Chicago has organi7ed a club of ladv journalists. It is called the Inland CIub.andMiss Charlotte Smith U Presi dent. Mr. Louis A. Godcy has retired from the publication of the Ladies'1 Hook, which he has issued for one-half a cen tury. The journalists of Germany will bold their next annual Congress in Dresden, occupying two days of next August, the 18th and 20th. Mr. Albert Miotics, the magazine writer, has become one of the editors of the Washington Xalion, which has pass ed into ucw hands. Of the CO newspaper publishers in New York State when Thurlow Weed started his first venture in journalism, Lewis II. Kedfiel...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 7 July 1877

Lol Brevities. Ciiukcii at tho Union Church lo-roor-toir, morning and evening. Buggies ana Spring Wagons, new and teeond hand, at M. Collar's. Ou. Yes I Now is roar time to bay Groceries cheap, at A. B- Webster's. Dodge City is the groat bovine market f tiio world. The past week has been the warmest of the season. Wistward the photographers take their way the 1st of August Go to Webster's for New Potatoes. Cheaper than anybody. Gexeiul Stock Agent Johnson is inter Tien ins the shippers and cattle dealers in and about tho Bovine metropolis. Mil C, M. Swore special agent for Appleton'd Cyclopaedia is in tbo city, and meeting with success. Au. summer goods for ladies and gents must be sold, no matter what price they will bring. Komember the goods will be sold regardless of cost, at II. Collar's. We publish an interesting letter this week troui Frank Macnab, one of the men charged with the murder of the Casner Bros. Read it. Tue many friends Lieut. Eckerson has made during his short sta...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 7 July 1877

Dodge City. Mr. G. C. Noble, of the Atchiou Cham pion, made tbe following observations daring bU recent yisit here : At Dodga City we found everything and everybody basy as the v con Id comfortably lie. This being oar first yisit to the me tropolis of the West, we were very sleas ntly surprised, after tho cock and ball stories that lunatic correspondents had given the public. Not a man was seen h winging from a telegraph pole; not a pistol was fired ; no disturbance of any kind was noted. Instead of being called on to disgorge tbe few ducats in our pos session, we were hospitably treated by all. It might be unpleasant for one or two old time correspondents to be seen here, but they deserve all that would lie iueetcd out to them. The Texas cattle men and cow-boys, instead of being armed to the teeth, with blood in their eye, conduct themselves with propriety, many of them being thorough gentle men. Dodge City is supported principally by tho immense cattla trade that is carried on her...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 7 July 1877

PAPA'S LVTTSll. I was sitting In my study, W riling U iters, w ben 1 beard. "laae. dear mamma, Mary told mo Mamma mustn't be. 'isturbed. i nut I'm tired of the kitty, ant some ozzer fing to do, w riling lettcrs.ls 'ou, mamma Tau't I write a letter, too'" ".ot now, darling, mamma's bus; linn and play with kitty now." "So, nu, mamma, I'll write letter Tan if 'ou w 111 show lae how." I hohM paint in darling's iwrlrait. As his sweet cjes searched my face. Hair of gold andejesof azure, I- onn of culldish, w liching grace. Hut the eag r face was clouded, A I slowly shook my liead. Till 1 raid, "I'll make n 1 tt r Of yon, darling boy, instead. So I parted back the tresses from his tore'hcid high and white. And a stamp In sport I p i-ted JIid trwa cs of golden light. Then I said "Now, little letter, oavu adbargoitd news." And 2 smiled as down the stalrcaae Clattered loud the little shoe. Leal ing mf tb darling hurried Down to Mary in hit glee. "Mamma s writing lots of letters, 1'mj a letter...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 7 July 1877

E I ,scrr . af- & I HOTS FOR THE HOUSEHOLD. Chocolate Ice-cream. 1 quart of cream, 1 pint of new milk, 1 pound of supar, 2 well beaten eggs, 5 tablesmion fuls prated chocolate nibbed smooth in a little milk, flavor to taste; beat the milk almost to boiling, pour it by de . grees in with the beaten egg and sugar, and freeze. Cherry Vie. Stone the cherries, line a pan with pa-try, put in the cherries, sugar to ta:tc, and J cup of water, put on a paste cover, and bake in a quick oven. When done lift off the upper crust, and, just before serving, pour over the cherries a cup of cream ; return the cover and serve. Molasse Fruit Cake. 2i pounds Hour, 11 pounds butter, 1 pound sugar, C eggs, 1 cupful milk, 2 pounds raisins, 1 pound currants, 1 pound citron, 2 tea- spoonfuls cinnamon, 2 teaspoonful.t cloves, 1 tcaspoonful ginger, 1 teaspoon ful mace, 1 nutmeg, 1 pint molasses, 1 tcaspoonful soda, 2 teaspoonftiU cream liiSL in. Hominy Croquettes. To every cupful of cold, boiled, finu hom...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 7 July 1877

Frank Slncnab Heard From. Tbc writer of the following is the tame Frank Macnah for whom the Casner Kros are offering ?3M reward. They charge him with being one of tho murderers of the two Casncrg who wero murdered in the Tan Handle last winter. IEd. Times. Syracuse. Kan., Juno JG, 1877. ClirroEdTiMCB Sm:-In reference toan article which appeared in yonr columns lately, implication Macnab and T. Hall a lcing accessories to the murder of the CstnT brothers on the Palo Duro, Texas; in reply I would tay, "more in iostico to myfricnd!i than to myself," it is ono of the foulest and most mahznant calumnies that cicr was rcnt in circulation from the press. Whatever is tho naturo of such a black and dancing defamation I cannot onceiT. A clearer caso of bulldozing never, or very seldom, has been set before a credulous public It those parties suppose for a moment that I was fortunate enough to discover that gold ttbi!" hsning for the bodies of their unfortunate brothers, and intended keeping it...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 14 July 1877

DODGE CITY TIMES. vol. ni. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JULY 14, 1877. NO. 9. THKDODGE CITY TIMES. rCDLtSIIEll EVEKY SATCRDAT 1SV W. C. & LLOYD SHINN. -ubsenptlon. ti W per annum is advasct. OFFICIAL BIItECTORY. Coantjr. Itepresentativc It. Jl. Wrif ht. Commissioners A. J. reacock, Chalruaa. A. .1. Anthony, harles lUlh, County CVrfc Ino. U. Me hw. J rrasurer A. II. Welister. Coroner Dr. b. Galland .Sheriff Charles K lia.-ett. ItegUter I uart '.anerton. Clerk IHstriet train Harry Itoyer. Jrobate Jnd-e Herman J. Frcnger. County Attorney M. W. sallon. Mirvejor II. 1 MeCarty. Suji't I'ub. luu-Tboinu L. ItcCarty. CIIJ. lfayor Tames II. Kelley . Coancilroeu Hon. I). I. Colley, t,eo. B. Cox. ('. M. llreoun. John Newton, K.J. Leonard. Attorney and Clerk E. r" Colbora. Insurer Charles II. Schulz l'olice Jode Hon.' 1. M. t rot. Marshal L. E. Diger. Township). Trustee r. I Heatty. Oerk Chas. U. scaulx. Treasurer Henry Mess. Jiwtices. S-aniuil Uarehall, D. E. Baldwin mid 1. M. FrcM. Coii.table lames...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 14 July 1877

THE TIMES. W. C. SHtHN, Pnblither. DODGE CITY, - - KANSAS. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Verwmnl rthI WtrrMry. The (sculptor Hart worked 16 cars to perfect his statue of a woman. It U stated that 10 membcrt of the j .protection, for lie lias lmt ju-t re United State Senate are printers by turned to Iiis pari-h after a 12-montlis' tratle. suspension for intumperatc liabib.. UiL'ene Sclitiv'rr. 4f the American ,,,, ,. .., i ., , i,.i, -, legailoii in iiirKey, is 10 uu iiuiiiivti iu . C- . - .... ,. l'aris to ili-a Gertrude King, daughter of the late l'resident of Columbia Col- lego, In a recent speech at Hinninghani, Mr. Gladstone spoke of 'fenny ran "as the greatest poet of our time, one whom welorcasmutli as we admire, " name ue feel to be with us a household w prd." The last work of Mrs.Annie Cham- lers Kctchnm. fcrnierly of Memphis, is called "Lotos-Flower, Gathered in Sunshine awl Sliadow," and is now in the hands of the Appleton, tier pub lishers. Miss l'ovnlcr, tlie writer of that pleasan...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 14 July 1877

S.R THE TIMES. W. C. SHINK, PuMiihtr. DODGE CITY, - - KANSAS. THEOl'OIl THE BESERT BY KAIL. Th Southern l'a rifle HjiUrfnflCharartrr littlcft of th Country It CrwAfte In Cnlij- rnuo j.epuiiiican .ilonurch will hi Lune- f Apitnl Iefrtril sa-11ottoin llnn for Irxicntion. From the New lnrlci: ruing Itt. Having i-itcil the Bellcvue ltanch and others in the neighborhoed of Bakcrsfield, we again took the Southern Pacific train, reached Caliente just as the ri-ing sun d irted hi- rays through the rugged peaks of the Sierras, among which we were about to stniggle ocr a stcc grade of 110 feet to the mile. Skillful engineers, after a tudy of three j car to ascertain the mot practicable route, at length nnde this selection. It is here tint a spur of the Sierras, stray ing' away from the great chain, sweep ov er to joii the coast range, closing upon the further extent of the wallets stretching from the Sacramento to the South. "COUKSCKEW " AMI "I.OOf." On the plains Me speak of tne line of a ra...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 14 July 1877

Loral JBretHIr. How J Mr. filar iug Wolf called on the Times yesterday. If you want a good cigar go to J. Collar's. The time for discus-ing county politics u near t band. Buggies and Spring Wjcous, new and second band, at M. Collar's. Mr. Mix is building a frame business bouse on the corner uc.tr tbe Signal office The upper story of Morris Collar's new building will bo littcd 11 j fur a ball. Vat 1'yan li.ii a nice held of corn ont in tbe lilts on bis larai mar Mulberry. Charley Norton lias gone to Ogalahv, Charley Campbell aho. Dr. Trcmain is speculating in cattle. Ho made u put chase at Lakin recently. Lunt Sauday night a ery timely ram caiue to tbo assistance nt tbe vegetajion. On Morris Collar's .'inn, west of town, cin be seen a Hue patch of sod corn. Lots of new furniture, cbeap for cash, at J. Collar's. Mr. Jamej Anderson, tbe livery man. is fitting up a residence north of i)r. Mccarty's, We acknowledge a pleasant call lrom Mr. and Mrs. Wild Hog. accompanied by tbtir accompli...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 14 July 1877

z j t3 CHARLES RATH & CO., DEALRRS IS All Kinds of Outfitting Goods, AMMUNITION! Groceries, Provisions. DODGi: C1TV, KANSAS. Uliolesale and Retail LIQUOR nOTJSE. CONSISTING OP THE Leading Brands Champagnes Brandies, Whiskies, - Gins, Hums, JRheiii . Wines, California Wines, BITTEES. MilwauVec. Cincinnati and Qaincy Beer, Genuine Apple Cider. HENRY STURM. N. It. LI very, Ft?! ami Sale Stable north ol the Liquor establishment, Hay. Corn, OjU, and all kinds of leed for sale. BEATTY & KELLEY, JKOPRIETOBS OP THE Dodge City Restaurant. Best Restaurant in the City. HEALS AT ALL HOURS- Pcnographicinthumitems. Caw Scpplt. I. T., Joly8, 1S7T. 100 degrees in the shade at Cainp Sup ply. Oh. for a little ol Pike's Teak breezes. Toe Paymaster is expected at Camp Snpplythis week. Last par for the boys for four or ix long months. Oh. ye Congress! Sixteen regiments will be about the number after Congress meets Very good bathing in the Beaver river. This way for f on, yo sports . "Scotty" was...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 14 July 1877

SO JS THE STORY TOLD. A fair head me kly bowed A shy glance coming after. Voice1" not oiirloud, .And aliwHi-t laughter; o 1 tin etory told Up in tli'1 cottage, old Untler the tinoky rafter. A fair mnld flushing red Willi an unknown feeling-. Hut hli&med to bow herh.-ud For Ul her lot erV kneeling; Ni the story told Down 'raid flu white and gold Under the painted ceiling. lUacltttHMTs Magazine LINES TO A l)ni:SSMAKElL nr ciias, r. aim". Oh, wherefore bid nm Iatc thy bide, Dear Tolly? I would iu.k , How can I all tny fee lings cloak, H lirr in thy i-miles 1 bavjue? Nav,MI'olly-nay," I can not gol Oh, do not stand aloof "tt ben of my m win affection on po& --, oh, wat er proof. Wliy Mill outbu my fet lings gore Uy sending in" ana9 You know HVutong, of contt 1, Thus to forbid my tay. It wains a though tKine fell dicajc W a gn.iw Ing at my heart. And hem orrhago Mould noon tnsuo If we, perelmnce, fcliould port. Then wI-t the precious time no more, Uut it t the paion tic us J"oh t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 14 July 1877

The Czar on UN Travels HI..n toil THE KOl'SEIIOLD. The Emperor Alexander travels in a cam ige constructed I'siieci.ill)- for his accommodation, This car, 30 feet in length, i a moving palace; there is a inrlor, a Iml-room and a dining-room, furnished with rare magnificence, and to it is adapted a sjstem of wliceU which enable- it to pas upon any railway in I Knrupe, whatever be the gauge, she imperial train is preceded by a pilot lo-, cumotiie on whieli is tlio Director of the line. Thirty minutes behind follows a second train, with engineers and work men provided with every tiling nccess.i- J rj to icpair tlie roid n ca-cof accident. Tucnti minute-) after this are the coai.li-. ts containing the imperial suite, at an-, other inten.il of half an hour, comes the escort of 300 soldiers. I'nnte Chirles desired to be present at the en- I trance into the Principality of the Km ptror, but hi Majet requested his new- all v to await his isit in l!iithare-t, not being willing that an act of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 14 July 1877

Information to Bottlers on Osago Ccdod Land. There are many lino clianu left Tacant on tho south side of the nrer, within from one to Cvo miles of town eaat of ILe 100th meridian. On tbe Oeaee lauda splendid locations at 11.25 per acre are left irithojt settlers, while eoraninent lands of an inferior quality at two dollars and fiftr cents per atro are bans rapidly taltn up on tho aorth aid, west of town, Ily an act of Congrav ap proved Ancnst 11, 1S7C, providing for the sale of Oswe Ceded Lands in Kanato ac'oal teitlcra, undtr tke third section tho pettier is required to pay within one Tear from the passece of the act, oue funrth of the price of the land, t.VXW, aiid the remainder in three annual pi- ment. drawme interest at 5 per cent. lr annum to bo secured by note of the purchaser payable to the- United States, but title is to be v, itbeld until the last payment is made. Upon failure by a set tler to make tlio first payinont within Oie ono year aforesaid, his or her right will bo...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 21 July 1877

wt iwifiirniT iin"nn DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. m. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JULY 21, 1877. ISO. 10. THE DODGE CITY TIMES. I'lfflUSIIED EVEUY SATURDAY IJT W. C. & LLOYD SHTNN. Subscription. J 60 per annum in advance OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Countjr. Representative U. M. Wright. Commissioners . . . .J. rcacnck, Chairman. A J. Anthony, Charles lUth, County Clerk Inn. II. Meani. 1 reaurcr A. 11. N ebtler. oromr Ir. . Oallan4 litrirr-CharlM K llas-ett. lleirfiter lames Lanjrton. Uerfc District Court-Harry Bojer. Probate .luJirc Herman J. Fringer. County Attorney 11. n.ounu". sunrejor-lI.T McCarty. Sup'tVub. Inst Thomas L. Mccarty. city. Mayor lames II. Kellry. Counc.lmen-non n u Geo. II. Cox. CM. Ileeson. John Newton. F. J. Ionanl. Mtorney an.l Clerk-K. . K Colborn. irea.-urJr-CharlesH.PhnU Police Ju.lst Hon. . M. Iro.t. Marstul-L. E, lgr. Township. Tni'tee r. I.-15eattv-. Uert-Cliaj. !I. !eaiilx. JMSSEM M-i.au. I.. E. MJ,n "tiii'tauicifJamea II. MeUootlwln High Con .tsble; til. llaMwin and David ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 21 July 1877

THE TIMES. W. C. SHIHX, Pabliiher. DODGE CITY, - - KANSAS. COKCEU.MXU .SLEEP. Evil ItrflulU of the Modern Lark of ltpoe. J Prom the IYovidence JoomaLJ A medical man of eminence believes that lie has discovered that w eariness is caused by w hat he calls " fatigue mate rial," a substance formed in the blood by the action of the muscles and nerves, and which he alleges is only destroyed by the oxygen of the blood during sleep. This statement is not yet demonstrated, but whether continued experiment proves or disproves it, the importance of shiep as giving opportunity for the repair of wasted tissues, and winding up the system for fresh work, can not be overestimated. One great cause of the superior health of our ancestors over the men and women of to-day was that they slept more. There were other differ ence in their favor, but this was one of the most important. That was a rare occasion of pleasure, business, or neces sity that kept a oting person, at least, out of lied until midnigh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 21 July 1877

to coKRESFOifsarrs. AD communications for tbispaperehonld be accompanied by the name of ttie author, not necessarily for publication, but as eviden e o( good faith on tho part of the writer. Write only on one side of the paper. Depart Icularly eareful In giilng names and date,to hae all letters or figures plain and distinct. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Personal anil Literary. William Shakpcare is the name of a new tngiMi tenor. lira. Stuart, the widow of the late ucn. .1. J-., is. Muart, will teach in a i.l3' school at Staunton, Va., next ses sion, Queen Victoria has lent to the Lon don Caxton Exhibition a book the Mcntz Psalter which fa valued at $15, 000. It U the first printed book bear ing a dale, tins date being 1407. Mr. I) irn in made a series of care ful ohNervations on the early mental de velopment of one of his sons, and is go ing 10 print mom miner me title ot "A Biographical Sketch of an Infant." "Helen's liabies" has reached a sale of nearly a quarter of a million eopies, about ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 21 July 1877

I realties. Tho season for blackberry festivals Las arrived. . Foi several weeks past the Dodge Ilonse lias been full to overflowing. It is settled now that "Harry," at Webster's, is I he vegetable man. A list of lands to be tM for taxes will appear in the Times next week. Just now there is a good demand for laW. The cattle yard are crowded nearly all (be time. John Strong arrived from an extended freighting trip this week. Mr. Badickc, one of our oldest stock men. went to Hays on business this week. Buggies and spring wagons, new and second hand, at M. Collat's. A lightening rod fiend U said ta be invading this vicinity. Don't forget that A. 11. Webster re eeives fresh vegetables eery morning. Mr. Martin Matey, of tho Mutt Creek Bauche is in the city. Since the n-ceut rains Mr. Newton's fann has increased in value fifty cants on the acre. There will be divine service in tho Union Church next Sunday, morning and evening, as usual. No more shows or Grand English Opera Companies can u...

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