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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 July 1880

(a THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SlIKCKIrTIOX : $ 00 rr Tr, Is Adlmef. NICHOLAS 15. KKAIXn, - Editor. TI!K GOLUKX HAIKPl.V. JL IEiMHtinre In (be liiiinrI MtMlrra N()Ie. I. Geoim-.e AiKLiiirs Ci..vi:nxiox was a young man of pleasing presence, wliose age was nut far from twenty years. His father hail long anil suc cessfully conducted a most exemplary meat market at thti corner of Market and St. Clair streets, in tlie thriving village of Wostford, in Central New York, ami hail amassed a competence by fair and honorable means. Hut the ton held the meat busmen in abhor rence, and steadfastly refused to enter tain the thought of following it for a livelihood, lie conceived himself to be formed of a quality of clay ijnite above the average, and w ai often heard mut tering inculierentlv in his sleep about tho "higher walks' of life." Old Mr. Clarendon was a stern father, and he determined that if (ieorge Adolphus would not ell meat he should be com pelled to engage in the distribution of tracks, wi...

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. — 10 July 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. BATUHDAV, JPLY 1& SUBfCnllTlOX: tSCOrjeir, In advance N. B. KlVAaSIE.KilHorandPnblUber. ENTERED ATTHEl'OSTOrFICE AT DODOE ClTY, KAKSAB, A3 BECOND-CLABS MAIL MATTER. ANOTHER H AII.HO AD to DODGE. The Walnut, Ninntscah and Fort Dodge Railway Company has been incorporated, Tlie Wichita Republican saya this organizi tion is the result of the Cght made by cer tain partiea in Wichita, against the issuance of the bonrfs to the St. Louis and San Fran cisco road. If the project is carried out, the injur to Wichita and the country will be irrepsrable. The incorporators are It. F. Hobart, CM. Condon, C. Wood Davis, E. W. Roes and K. P. Carpenter, of Kansas, 15. J. Bliss, II. J. Buckley, K. L. Thompson and Win. D, Morgan, of New York. The corporation is known as "The Wal nut, Ninnescah and Fort Dodge Riilway company." The road will start from some point star Augusta, Butler county, Kansas, through the counties of Sumner, Sedgwick, King man, Pratt, Edwards a...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 July 1880

LOCAL NEWS. T1J1E TABLE-.I., T. S. V. K.K. uovsa east, noun, west. rnger..lKi r.M. rassnger..3 50 a.w. Passenger, loss a.m. Passenger. WO rji. yreigrii 720 r . t reigbt....ll;3 a... freight C-uo a.m. Freight from cast arrives at C r.Ji. Coal oil ii said to be a remedy for snake bite. The lovely Arksnsaw river continues to boom. Jim Heed has removed bis stock of good! to Kinsley, whtre he has opened a store. Mrs. J. IL Orertul', of Las Vegas, is visiting her parent, Mr. and Mrs. Mirth. Ltadville will now unbosom herself to the world, since she has been connected with it by rail. The wind did roma damage to a number of buildings in Speareville on Saturday at ternoon last. P. G. ReynoiJs lot a span of Btsge horses by drowning in Commission creek, Texas, lstiFday. Heavy rains south Sunday last. Crooled Creek, at the three benJn, 0 miles from here, covered the bottoms six miles wide. An intt restW letter from Ed. F.Colborn, Irwin, (Ruby Cimp), Colorado, will appear next week. Ed. is doin...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 July 1880

PERSONAL -VXD LITERARr. SI. Uexav expresses a groat desire to visit the United States. CIIAKL1.S FkMIF.UICK LES3WO, tllO distinguished German painter, is dead. VAMsci:r, tlio distinguished traveler, is a remarkable, linguist, speaking twelve languages with eae. Ai.ikkd Tf.xrov is said to liavo received S!,.',0) for "De rrofmides." I)i4 poem of sixtv-fite lines recently published in the imcteenth Ctntttrt. Mts Longfellow, eldest unmarried daughter of the ioct, Longfellow, is dev ribed as clever, with a clearly marked face, much resembling her father. St it a I! BniMixmvrhas been secured to pHy 1'JO nights In this country, com mencingat Booth's Theatre, New York, and going thence either to Boston or Philadelphia. A Jai-anesi: novel is being trans lated for publication in this country by a young native Japanese gentleman, a recent graduate of the Harvard Law School. It is to be illustrated with Japanese draw ings. A kahf.wi ix. breakfast was given Edwin Booth at Dclmonico's, of New Yor...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 July 1880

I I HAMBURG THE (iKElT ficnjIAW BLOOD PURIFIER, CURES DYSPEPSIA, Urer Comphirt. Costlreness. Bilious if. tscis. indigestion. Jaundice, Loss of Appetiti, Headache, Dizziness, Hausea, 141 IP ilia I HOME, FARM AM) UIKUEX It pay to have conveniences for wa tering stock. Oats arc the best fccil for working horse, as tiiejr furnhh more nourish ment ami llejh-makin material than any other food. A gai:i)Bvf.I recommends tliat to keep bus olTmelon an J squash vine a lonmo plant be set in eacn mil, saying tint when lie had followed this plan Ins joun pbnts were not m dested. To clean brushes and sponges use spirits of ammonia snd hot water. Waih tlicm well and shake the water out, drying on a coirso toivel with the Lnstles do.vnw.ird. Little or no soap i needed. To Kemove Ants. Place pieces of raw meat in iPeupboanl, anil after the ants have clustered upon them, plunge into boiling water, t'ersevcro in this for two or three weeks, and j ou w ill soon be entirely free from ants. MCSTAKU Til vr...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 July 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. nODGK CUT. SATURDAY. JULY lt. A fIGIIT BETWEEN A SHERIFFS I'OSsE AND A GANG OF HERDEKS IX NEW MEXICO KEsULLS IX FIVE DEATHS. Henry r-turgn". editor of the Trinidad v.. .,fnrm the Denver Tribune of a lively encounter between a Sheriff's porse and party of four cow boy from the li xas Pan Handle, bich took place in Cimarron, X. II., lad itui J-y. The Texacs were en mni. ir. Morrison's ranch, somewhere in the San Juan country, and had camped near tlini.rron lor the night. Friday evenirg thev all went into town, and noon began a carouse such as only a Pun Handle cow-boy know how to inaugurate. After a few glas ses of Ta'n lightning were had the inevita ble pistol was pulled from belt and a firing at lamps, mirror, etc , begun. hen fully satisfied with firing at bsr-room ornaments the gang Utook themselves to a disreputa ble house, where the deperadoes continued .1 ..:. ,;. until a late hour, when they mounted" their ponies and rode off to their can1!1- . . -r i i T...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 17 July 1880

- t DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. YII. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JULY 17, 1880. NO. 9- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON &. COLBORN. M. W. BUTTON. " COLBORN. AIIOKMBXS AT I.AMT. DODGE CITT. KAN. Offlee In Tost OfOce Building. HARRY E. GRYDEN. ATTOBXEY AT LAW. DODGE CITY. KAS. Will practloe in the State and Federal Courts. V. P. MASON. FBYHICIAX AN1 mTBGEOJ, DODGE CITV. KANSAS. Orders roar be lelt at Fringer Drugstore. Residence east end of Military avenue. DR. A. II. HARRIS. PIITSICIA.-f AKO MJBCEOW. DUDGE CITY, KAS. Office adjoining Saddlery shop, opposite the Wright House. CENTES-MAI. BABBEB SHOP. LEMLEY & KOCH. Proprietors. ShaTing. Shampooing an.l Hair Cuitting done in the latest fashion. IIEINKMAN. BEOS. A. WEBSTER. linBEB DIALEBS, DODGE CITY. KAS. Yards south of Railroad track. T. L. McCAKTY, M. D. Physician and Druggist, DEALEIt IN DttUGS, MEDICINES. Chemicals and perfumery. Toilet Goods, Brush es, Sponges, Dje Stuns, Faiata, Oils, etc. HERMAN J. FRINGER, DEALER IN Drags, Medicines, Chem...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 17 July 1880

JIUMOKOCS. A KOSKcv is known by his Jangli. Huston irariicrifii. Masy of llics new slimmer boots liorao I -Working men should put a gooJ- I ft 0 J20 IZlSSSSSgSS& ized cabbage leaf 111 the hat and net z :: r : ;. r it when rnntrnient to ilo -a Pedes- CtfO A WTEk. 12 a day at borne easily made. liwnen comenunt 10 uo to. u'y jujcwtmrrmAdirfaTriiiiC.Annju.ala, tnans ehould earn" a sun umbrella. It . - n U,ior tr r,.v,.i,t tl,.n In m sun- fitlM C KeTolTrm. IlIus.Catalonie fre. .--" - r. . ;-- ... .-..,. j. UWtlMUrat lMOu Worlu. llinourza, ra. Iirc-s will be bo-.mil in muslin. Actc . .,,i. n, y.-jji. n.;t'tl, UnnMu fur ZJL' Orleans 1't'wune. ! ;;,, ! CDC A WFEK In your om town. Termsand i Jultt. Vlitfliyou cleat e anything joucut it! AJeiuey City girl ran a darning In two. Confound the old KnsIUli lau- I ncetlleinlo her limb and amputation-was guage, atr.how. Detroit t'r'l'rcss. the only means of saving her life. This Aktfl-l Ssir "Dear me! Vcrv 'ehould be a warning to girl'. Xo one f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 17 July 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. HESCnir-TIOV: (iOOprrlnr, In AdTUCt. , NICHOLAS B. KLAINE, - Editor. A TORTL'nED STREET. evehv cam her own mcsicias. I ii vk in mln 1 n certain stmt Within a town not faraway. Whcrethetum-tum-tum to rcet-rcct-rcct Of ioor piano sound all 1I.13-. In marly ciiry houe I near The plaint of hourly-tortured keys. While untrained voice w mnd t!io car Willi .-H.-iitlnieut.it inclodiot. Hiss Araminta Stickles Wes With M iiu! Mcr'lanncry. next door. Ami io It s-ecnis to iiei'hlK"S tries To be a Iiis-rc- cl ii bare: While In tbu home across the way, here llllens rents the 1 over floor, With II-wr up stairs. iLiy after day Two wretched old pianos roar. Call for an cvenlns's sreial talk O 1 current topics or the dav. SUM Maud, .th corpsey mask of chalk, licxin at imcetn ms and pl-iy. The oily words yon litter there Are "i h mulii," " splendid," but In spito Of all) our fondness for the Mir, These words vou relish most" Good-night. "Sweet lire and live" and .Oenevtcvo" An 1 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 17 July 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. 8ATUBDAV. JOLY 17. SUBSCRIPTION: t2 00 per year. In advance If. n. KLAIXE. Editor and PnblUher. esteked at tui potoffice at dodge City, Kaksas, as ecosd-cuus Mail MATTER.') Lawlesnes in Te xi still continues A woman at Dallas baa given birth to a two beaded baby. Dr. Tanner, in hie effort to accomplish the wonderful feat of ftatiog forty days, ehoold fl encouraged by the example of the Democratic party, which haa jest pant ed through a fast .of twenty years, and aeema to hate ahead of it another period ol enforc ed abstinence of about the eame length. Notwithstanding the fact that we receWe Mich large quantities of cattle from Texas, that State imports large quantities of butter and cheese. The prospects for a fertile state a hundred years from now would be much belter if she made more butter and exported lets beef. . Judge Porter, the Republican nominee for Oovorncr cf Indiana, says he is in con" atant receipt of letters from all parts of the State...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 17 July 1880

LOCAL NEWS. line TJiBLE-i., x. . UOINO EAST. rasscnger..ltf r.M. 1'jsseuger. loriSA.v. Freinlil 730 r.H. V.t., . IMS! A.V. Freight from cast arrives at C r.H GOIXO VEST. rssnjer..saOA.K. Passenger. 5:10 rji. Freight.. ..11:25 a.m. A large number of cattle are changing hands at good price. .The eozdjy acbool concert list Sabbath was a success. Tbe house wa crowded. A wool merchant in tbe citj this week re ports the price of wool advancing. VTir.rn.Ir hot in the East. We think a few dsys here thin week were torrid. Wright & Langton hive purchased the butcher ihop of Beighsrd A State.", and will continue the business. Judge Carroll, of Demon counly, Texas, passed through here Thursday, going to the Fan Handle to hold court. Some ol the Hancock striker hare turned Republican, becau-e the big politicians re fuse to pay ihem for firing anvils. Colorado cattle and eheep men are moving their herds and flocks into Western Kansas, and this portion of the State will soon boom The Arkansas ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 17 July 1880

The Ciiine-e Fortes. I barley water b pleasant and nourish'. I Killed by Ms Hother-A Kemarkable "' an1 '11 ,)raft orses Tho same may be said of toast water. The Moscow correspondent of the In constipation, oatmeal water may be Cologne Gazette give some particulars concerning tlie Chinese army, wuicu, it siy.s. it has derived from trustworthy sources. It numbers mt more than 003.000 men. Only 200,000 infantry and bO.OOO cavalry can be considered as the active armv; tlio rest perfonn garri son service. The strength of the troops exists, however, only on paper, as the greater portion is sent on furlough by the commanders, who pocket in consc quenco large sums. Notwithstanding the improvements mado since 1850 in the army, it is not in anyway to be compared with a European array. In its tirst organization it proceeded out of tho eight .-mall Maucboo corps, with the help of which Ciiina was conquered nt the be"innin!r of the seventeenth century and the present dynasty estab lished. Willi ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 17 July 1880

w HOME, FAK3I AM) (JAKUEX. Cotato Bcc. Cooking soda dis solved in water to saturation is as fatal to potato bugs as Paris green. To cure tootliaclic, take of chloro form, spirits of camphor, laudimim, of each one dram. Apply on a little cot ton wool. 'If a child has a bad earache, dip a plug of cotton wool in olive oil, warm it ancfplace it in the ear. Wrap up tho head and keep it out of drafts. Coffee Cake?. One cup butter, one-half cup sugar, one cup molasses, one tcaspoonful salcratus dissolved in a cup of strong cotrue, one nutmeg, one tcaspoonful cloves, one cinnamon, live cups of llour, and one cup of raisins chopped. WiiiiTKU Potatoes. Whip boiled potatoes to creamy lijlituess with a fork; beat in butter, milk, pepper and salt; at last tho frothed white of an egg: tos irregularly upon a dish, set in the oven two miuutes to reheat, but do not let it color. The pain of a sprained limb is quick ly removed by ice-cold water. The tcrrible pangs of whitlow or felon aro cut short by...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 17 July 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. IJODOK CITY. SATURDAY. JULY 17. NOTICE. OUK COLORADO LETTER. Iuwi.v, (I'.CBTCAJir),June30, 1SS0. To lie Lditor of tut Tlrci . Ycu i 1 r number my jromise to fend 71 u feme "first impicssionB" upon my airi vI;ahbougb it is learly three wetlitii.ee I walled iulo tliis famous camp, I have tin " til tow felt mjself too much of a "tendtr Iiot'tofuim or txprcis an op'nion upon any ml j.ct connected with Colorado or the mime. Li'.e olservations of humanity how ever line conviicsd me that all that is ne-te-rsry lo relieve OLe of this stmewhat hu miliating Ut!c is lo 1 ut on an appearance ol tn "old licer," to "tiew with critic's eye" dance jieces of rjuarii, acd lodiscouise lejinedlr of "colore," "stains" and mill ri.ns All of thete things I am now doing, wlih all ilie eafe and Rrace I have heen able to acquire in my three weeks txpeiience. Among o'her remarVab'e things I have noticed, with wlut mpidi y ilie verdancy of a 1 c-comer thnlUw off to give p'ace to lie mini-...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 July 1880

L. 'H DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. VH. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JULY 24, 1880. NO. 10. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON & COLBORN. M. W. SUTTOX. "" OOLBORS. ATTOB!ETI AT liW, DODGE CITT, K.VX. Office In Tost Ofllce Building. HARRY E. GRYDEX. ;1IIB!IBI AT LAW, DODGE crrv, KAS. Will practioe in the State ana Federal Court.. W. F. MASON, PHTStCIAIf AKB SUBGEOIf, dodge crrr. Kansas. Orders mar be left at Fringtr" Drugstore. Keaideace east end of Military avenue. Db. A. n. HARRIS. PHYSICIAN AND SlBCEOlf, DODGE CITT, KAS. (Mic. adjoining Saddlery ho, oppo.lte the Wright House. CEMTBNllIAI. BABBBB SSavP. LEMLEY&KOCH. Proprietors. Sharing. Shampooing and Hair Cnltting done In in. latest fashion. BB1NKMAS. BROS. & WEBSTER, I.17MBEB BBALEBI, DODGE CITY. KAS. Tarda aouth or Bailroad track. T. L. McCAETY, M. D. Physician and Druggist, DEALER Df DRCGS, MEDICINES, Chemicals and perfumery. Toilet Goods. Brash es, Sponges, Dje Stuffs. Paints, Oils. etc. HERMAN J. FRINGES, DEALER IN Drags, Medicines, Che...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 July 1880

Kffect ol Stirring Subsoil.' There aio not sa many tliick-and-thin advocates of deep plowing as for merly, -but miny arj tirinj instead tliat the subsoil "should be stirred, to rmkc it more open to air and moisture, 'ibis stems to be the ili of the En glish correspondent of Hell' Messenger (London), quote 1 in the Country G'en tleman. 1 am not sure that this idea is a correct one. Where sod has Jonjj been subjected to deep plowing, as in the cultivated lioMs of Europe, the subs-oil has perhaps become compict and liartlcncd; but on our newer land, there are natural water-ways through the subsoil Inch let the Mirface water es cape mueh more freely before than after cultivation. Much "of our heavy loamy land did not need underdrainimr till 3e.irs after it liad been olcired and successive deep plow injjs had destroyeil the-e natural water-ways, It is true that deeply -puheried soil "holds" more water than when not so pulverized, but it holds it in a stagnant condition a damage rather th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 July 1880

A THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SlBSCBirTIOl i $i 00 pr Tr, la iJmn. NICHOLAS B. KLAIXE, - Editor. JC BITSBES. UMirn the HI ic bushes, W ben the bloom ww at its height, Und r tbo fragrant til&cs. We stood on h summer s nlirht. While ho told mo the old, old story Old. and yet evcrncw: Ami I listened, became I loved him: What ele could a wunun ddT Under t he I lint, 1 u , Only oureI cs alone, INutlibli liBnti-t whipcr, I thrilled to bis lowe-t toiiC4 lie painte 1 h icl Injr future, lie lutltul. fond and tnie, .And 1 lnteucd, beuause 1 believed him: What else could a woman do Oh. suthaclorlous summer! Neterltslfke before: Xe er sm-h a wealth of jrU loess Mid Hooded glut h-irto er; "tirsuch joy In li ng Tnder the hcaw ns blue : .And I lov.il hlm.i"ni I loved hlin: W hat else could u Human do? Where Is he now? Wh ak me? tor I am learning to-dny There are ft'wij s two sides lo n story. Look at it as c may. Some one will rend tbo right side; The wrong h is fallen to me. t And m heart has refus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 July 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATDKDAY. JULY M. fcUHSCUlITION: a: (O per year. In advance W.B. KLAIXE, Editor and Publisher. ESTEBED ATTBePooTOFFICXAtDoDOE City. Kansas, as becoxd-class Mail MATTEB.1 Secretary Schcrz eajs that a large major It of the Geiman democrats will Tote for tisrCeld. Fx-senalorDotsey, Secretary of the Re publican Natcnal Commitee saji that the Republicans will carry New York, Indiana and Florida, A train of forty-two cars was wrecked on the New Mexico and Southern PociBc Kail- road, near Sante Fr, thirteen cars being maehid. three persons? injured; none of them fatally. m Those who hare been waiting for the let' trrs of acceptance of the Presidential candl didates can now lake General Garfield's measure, and they will find him politically as well as physically, a man of power. Among the most gratifying features of the railroad business at the present time is that roads in all parts of the country are making favorable earning exhibits and are paying employ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 July 1880

5 1 i fe f LOCAL NEWS. TI1IE TABLB-A., T. A . ?. B. M. UOtXO KAST. rasngcr..liM a.m. Passenger.. li-M i-.m. Freight "SOT.. i'relgnt TWO aji GOIXO WX8T, rassenger. .JJS a,k. Passenger. MS rjt. Freight.... 1:30 r.. Freight 1:13 am. Lovely weather is upon u. The Arksnsaw is up and lovely. It ia the July rise. Then ia a good supply of ice which ia in great demand. Summer crop are doing finely. Bice com ia growing luxuriantly. There waa a boar fight in hog wallow this week. It was fun for the boys. The new Presbyterian church was dedica ted Sunday CTening. There wait good at tendance. The la'e rains will make good fall and winter grass. Stock prospects are getting better very fast. Deputy Sherifi John W. Straugbn haa gone to New Mexico and will be absent for seTeral days. The Governor oughtn't be irritated during the warm weather, and especially since bis late snub at Kansas City. A heavy rsin fell here Monday night and Tuesday morning. A light rain on Siturday last. The ground it well s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 July 1880

An Account or Hume of l'cunsjlranta's (Jaeer Sect. Tiik Riv or Brethren of Pennsylvania closely resemble tlio old Dunkards, the Aniishand the Seventh Day Baptists. These plain anil simple folks are scat tered all over Eastern Pcnnsy Ivania. They recently held their annual love feast in Ijcbanon County, near Hum melstown. They had an ox roist, pub lic feet washing, a praise meeting, and a gcner.il reunioD. About six hundred persons w ere present To the stranjer these various Penn sylvania (teniun sects all look alike, but upon close inquiry their beliefs, forms of worship, habits and customs are found to be different. One sect baptize by plunging tho convert. three times into the water forward; another sect plunges its converts into the water backward. One uses no buttons on garment; another uses buttons. The no button people use hooks and cy cs only. The dress of one of these farm ers is usinlly a very broad-brimmed black wool hit, stiff and strong; a dark brown cutaway coat, with a...

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