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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 October 1880

HOME, FARM A.YD (J Alt I) EX. Tomato Sauce. Eijht pounds to matoes, one quart vinejjar. three pounds sugar, one teaspoonful cinnamon, one of cloves, one of English mustard, and one of red pepper; boil down till quite thick. One of tho best remedies for sunburn, especially when there is a tendency to pulling up of the skin or blistering, is a mixture of lime-water and sweet-oil. Bathe the affected parts frequently, and the heat and soreness will soon be sub dued. That often fatal dieaee, chicken cholera, usually prevails during the summer. It is often caused by feeding too much whole corn when the fowls are deprived of coarse sand and gravel. Damp, musty corn, gases from manure pile, and stagnant water to drink will produce it. A xoted euro for neuralgia is hot vinegar vaporized. Heat a ilat-iron sulliciently hot to vaporize tho vinegar, cover this with some wooden material, which is moistened with vinegar, and the apparatus is then applied at once to the painful spot. Application ma...

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. — 2 October 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES- DODGE CITY. SATUHDAY, OCT. 2. The FbiUdelphla wool market wib quiet hat week with n moderate demand. Pries stwlj. N w Mexican and CjloraJu 6rra. 2C028, medium 25028, coarse cirpt 19 20. The Boston wool market Is s'eadj and firm with fair demand from manufacturer'', full prices being obtained. The holders are indiflerent about selling, except at full mar ket rate. A large number of bujers have been in the market, and some are disap pointed at not beinc able to purchase at the concession made for a few small lets some weeks ago. A dispatch from Fort Worth, states that there was a contract entered Into Friday lat securing the construction of the Gulf, Color ado . Santa Fo railroad to Fort Worth, the work to begin in a few days. The rssurance given that the Miouri, Kaneas & Texan road will be extended to Fort Worth makes that place the railroad centre of north Tex as. The three lonKt't lines in the south wet will form a junction there, and machine-shops be coDs...

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. — 9 October 1880

jts . DODGE CITY TIMES. J VOL. VII. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, OCT. 9, 1880. NO. 21- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON A. COLBORN, M. W. SUTTON. E- F. COLBOIUf. ATTORJIEYH AT UW, DODGF. CITT. KAN. Office in Post Ofllce BaiMlns. IIAKRY E. GRYDEX, ATTOBXEV AT HIT, DODGE CITV, KAS. Will practioe in ttie State and Federal Courts. W. F. MASOX, PIIVNICIAI AJtD SCsMSEOJI, DODGE CITV. KAXaAS. Orders may he lett at Frinsers Drug Store. IlcsMcnce eat end of Military avenue. CEHTEHXIAt. BARBER SHOP. HEXRYKOCU. Proprietor. Shaving. Shampooing anil Hair Cuittin? done iu toe latest lasoion. BRIXKMAX. BROS. Jt WEBSTER, I.U.T1UEK DEALER. DODGE CITV. KAS. Yards south of ltailruad track. T. L. McOAETY, M. D. Physician ami Druggist, DKALEIt IN DKCG5, MEDICINES. Chemicals and rfuiuery, Toilet Goods, Brash es, Sponges, Dye Stuffs, Paints, Oils, etc. HERMAN J. FRINGER, DEALER IX Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals AXD PERFUMERY Toilet Goods, Brashes, Sponges, Dye Stuffs Paints. Oils, Etc. DODGE CITY. KAXSAS. GROCERIES, PROVIS...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 October 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SriKBIPTlON : i 00 pr Teir, In Adf . - - ' NICHOLAS B. ELAINE, - Eoitob. OX THE EVE OF THE WEDDING. 0 mvK. licfore wo p.irt to-nljrht. Ik-fore the lat " 1 will" Is spoken lleforetherinir ha touched my hsnd. Of pure, true, endless lote the token Ik-fore thn Church, with holy rite, Ilerblessinironourlove has (riven. Look straight Into my eyes with tours. And answer me. In sight uf Heaven. Is there within your h'-art of hearts One llnjreritifr shadow of rearrt One thowrbt that you hat o ibosenlll? Ohl peak 'tis not too late even jet. ) there In ctl this world of ours llneyou havceter known or seen. Whom, if lou bad earlier s-en or known, Voit would hat o crowned jour chocu o,ueen? Is there? I pray you, tell me now. And I will hold you liouiid no more. 1 will not Minch to hear the truth. It could not lie so sad, 10 sore. To know it now. as It would be If by anil by a shadow fell lIlon thesunfblncof ourhome; ro. If you et er lot ed m. teU. IM hold you pure from blam...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 October 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. stnscuirnox : (ion -r Tt.r, u AdT. NICHOLAS B. KLAIN2, . Editor. HISS MIXEJIVA'S D1SAPPOIXT 3IEXT. Yes, Prnnv, 'twas a disapp'intment; and though. of course. I try jo look a t f I didn't mind it, I won't tell iwu a lie. Te 9' he'll ben n-comln' stid ly, nnd our folks wz. scz t he'. I:'3u. Mlnery. that he's arter; ho'ssure to pop some ilar-" He'd walk In w fth the e cnin' shadders, set in that rny-cha'r. And praise my doinrhnuts, kinder eihln' about a bacbt lors far?. And then his talk was troprorin", he made the doctrines plain. And wht n he'd n'int u moral, allers looked straight ut Mao Jane. Sae'dlaujrh, and irieech silly answers that nonnocouM approre: But, 1'iwl tho men can't foul mc, Pebby It ln i ense iney love. It's rosy cheek", and eyes a-sparMln. Vcs, ve. tou mar depend That when n woman's smart and bandy, knows now 10 Dane ami meni. And keep her honso and husband tidy, why, the fools will nas herbr. Bekaehe pent her youth a-learninff their wants to sa...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 October 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITV. SATUBDAV. OCT. 8. 6UBSCBJITION: 2 00 per year. In advance, If. B. KLAlNE.Edito IPnbliaher. Entered at the Postoffice at Dodge City, Kansas, as eecoxd-clasb .-uau. XATTER.J The Tau Pacific Railroad.the Alchiioo, Topcka nd banta .re, the Union, JMonnern and Central Pacific and tbe Iron .Mounlati nrrtmse to lit ire from Enrol this vear Ger man and Scandinavian farmer! to settle up- on tour land. A cattle man in Texas, rtj an exchange, somewhat noted for purloining e'ock, took nxsetsion of a steer and branded it I. C. U, The owner noticing it one day, dro?e it back tohiacoiral, and added the figure two to the brand, making it I. C. U. 2. The Graphic raj G. W. Milner, the rail road land agent at Kinsley, receiTed notice from tLe company lat Thursday, that a large excursion would arrive at Kinsley the ninth of November from the Eart. Tickets will be cold for thin excursion in any part of the United State. The following charter ha been filed with the Secre...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 October 1880

LOCAL NEWS. TI.T1E IJIBtE-l., T. A S. F. B. B. UOIXO EAST. Passenger. .liM a.m. rASseiiger. li 33 r.u. Kreisht 7:50 r.x. Freight 7:00 AOf. GOIXQ WIST. Passenger. .3:33 a. v. Passenger. 3:03 r-.M. Freight.... IJOr.u. Frcuht.... 1:15 am. The County Board met en Monday; bat transacted no very important buincsi. A. B. Webster arrived last Fridif f'om Iowa. He fouod a good sale for hi horses. F. C Z.mmerman takes charge of tbe of fice of County Treasurer on the 14th inst. E. E. Shuman, proprietor of tbe Summit Home, Speareville, wai in the city Tues day. F. B. York, of York & Draper, has pur tbe store of Reilly, Lane & Samuels at Caldwell. 3. E. Kice and Bert Rice are attending the St. Louis Fair this week. Robert make a trip to Virginia bfore his return. Dr. A. II. Harris, now of Ellinwood, was in the city Monday. lie was called to Speareville on proftsional busins. The cuurcu festival will be held this Fri day evening in tbe Times office bui ding. There will be a rou'int; turno...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 October 1880

Roller Slating The fahionililo dissipation at Nan tucket is roller skating, 'flicrc is a rink here that I am told is crowded every nirlit with gentlemen and ladie-, more or less, I mean, lcs and more. It U a beautiful sport, 1J1C3- tell me. And 1 have no doubt it is, an exercise at once healthful and graceful. I have not roller-skated an myclf. I could, if I wished, but I do not wUh to roller hkate any this summer. I prefer to en joy my skating vicariously. I find it pleaianter, oh, much plei.anter, to look on and gee the other people enjoy the poetry of motion. They tell me one sleeps so well after an hour's exer cise on the sk-Mcs. I should think after :i man Ins swept up half a peck of pine hlivers with his knocs and that sort of thing, that he would be ready to go to sleep after he got them all pulled out. I have been a ery careful ohsencr of roller skating, and It always seemed to incthat the principal part of the exercise consisted in getting up. Olo evening in Iturlington 1 w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 October 1880

.1 HOME, FARM A5D GARDE.V. A pound of crushed wheat, when properly cooked, U worth four pounds of bread. Beans and peas afford the most nourishment for tlio least money. One of tho best things in the world to jive a horse, after lie has been driv en, is a quart of oatmeal stirred into a pail of water. It refreshes and strength ens him. relieves his immediate thirst fand prepares lib stomach for more solid ood. Waumed oveis Biscuits. Stale cream biscuits can be so nicely warmed over that none can object to eatiwr them. They may bo broken apart, and a iju-trterot an hour before tea, should be dipped sep irately into a bowl of clear water, and replaced in tho b iking tin in the oven. They should simply bo heated through, but not brown or crisp. As A remedy for grub- worms, a corre spondent ot the Keening I'ott recom mends the use of coarse salt. lie says: "Last autumn I sprinkled over my lawn, which was troubled with the white grub (that of the Juno bug), about a bushel of salt over ab...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 October 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. OCT. 9. PROPOSAL FOR COK.V ASM HAY. HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF TUE MISSOURI. OQlce of Chief Quartermaster. Foet Leavenworth. Kansas, Sept. SO, IteO. SEALED PKOPOSALS in triplicate, subject to tLo usual conditions, will be received at litis oilier, until 12 o'clock, noon, on Wednesday, October 20. 18M), at which time and place thev will bo opened in the presence of bidders, for furnishing ard dehrerj- of the following Military applies, or such portion of them as may lie. required, tor the fiscal year ending Junn J, 1S31, viz: Of Corn and Ilran at Dodge City, Junction City, Caldwell and Fort Leaven worth, Kansas; and Forts Reno and Sill, Inaian Territory, also for Uay at Junction City or Fort Riley, Kansas. Proposals for either class of the supplies mentioned, or for quantities less than the whole required will bo received. Each proposal mnat bo accompanied by a bond that the bidder will not withdraw his bid within stxtv days from date of op...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 October 1880

7 y7 ST--Z3 DODGE CITY TIMES. vol. yn. DODGE CITY, KAKSAS, OCT. 16, 1880. NO. 22. A I rl .1 a .IS PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON &. COLBORX. If. W. 8UTT0X. E. F. COLBORX. ATTORNEYS AT lW, DODGE CITT. KAX. Office in rost Office Building. UAKUYE. GRYDEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, DODGE CITY, KA3. Will practioe In the Stole nd Federal Court.. W. F. MASON, PHTSICIAX AD MORGBOIf, DODGE CITT. KANSAS. Orders mar be lelt at Frinjer's Drugstore. Residence east end of Military atenue. CEltTEllftlAI. BABBKB SHOP. HENRY KOCH. Proprietor. Shaving. Sbamnuoing and Hair Cultting done In the Litest lashion. BEINKMAN. BEOS. &. WEBSTER. 1D9BEB OIALBBt, DODGE CITY. KAS. Yards south of Railroad track. T. L. McCAETY, M. D. Physician and Druggist, DEALEUI.V DUUG3, MEDICINES, Chemicals and perfumery. Toilet Goods, Brush es, Sponges, Dye Stuffs, Paints, Oils, etc. HERMAN J. FRINGER, DEALER IN Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals AND PERFUMERY Toilet Goods, Brushes, Sponges, Dye Stuns Paints. Oils, Etc. DODGE CTY. KANSAS....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 October 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. Sir.SCnirriON': i 0 Trr, In JU.mcf. NICHOLAS 15. KLAIXi, - Kuitoi:. WllEIiE IS THE SUililElt GOSEi WltEnr.,0 where I the pummer )?onc? .Fnrlhe fcuui-ner H pone 10-djy: 1 heard tbe crickets at early dawn In the inea I'iw not far away, Tli' imrth wind turns up tbe forest leaves. The lrnis Is brxwn on the latrn; .TbfreV a mournful hjn at tbecoltajreeates: ttbcrelstbu summer jruucf Where 1 the rummer rone, my de-ir? We Intiired to enjoy tt so: Veyaeto rts cominir anlsbfultear lu the (line of the inciting uow. We unultl limb the bills of emend 1 irrecn, We,uuld Brt-et the sun at its dawn: Jlut, O how busy tbo months baebetn. As 1 nuw tbo rammer Is Kone. Where bUbesnmmer irono? O fiod, 1 BMckifcl here and theren Huwer, I biro rciel a raiment upon the wid, I hit a felt thy cinhlno an hour: Now tb&prl Is brown and the Hower dead. And the imlden Hirht with irawn: The lnrt of nntiimn arc on my head; O where Is the summer sroner Where Is the summer mne?To-nUjat Theres...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 October 1880

m THE DODGE CITY TIMES. Sl'BCBirTIOXl NICHOLAS B. KLAIXE, - $i 00 pfr Tf ir, la Adrance. m Editob. S1GXS OF THE TIMES. I the calm bliio Uxbl of a summer sea A liotit went BltthiK lir. Watched il beautiful while wiuKJ Uy. Thev razed as only the younit ran gaze, With lonrinir, and Joy. and hope, tnil the Site all. luffimr a little, showed The lencnd of "Samwn' Soap." In the weet still liEht. another sill fame fast ami ever taster. And the motto, intent, tnat It bore aloft Va "Uj-Uoh's Porous Master. An.! farther ol. but hum-In on (Fierce roars the surf and louden. t-ine a sail with the sweet (ugsestlon to " Use I-lshtnins 1-ilcln.- Powder.' "How sweet." said the maid. "It is to sit t Nature's feet, anil adore her, lira linr and lenmins the virtues of The Thunder llair ltestorcr.'" . Ye" said the youth, and he dropped a tear, Mich Joy one net er forjret. 1 love to be told. In this irracious way. Of "Tecuiuseh'a cigarettes." THE FRENCH CKOW.N DIAMONDS. A wetty piece of news comes to us ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 October 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY, OCT. 16. SUBSCK11T10N : ti CO per year, in Hanc. N. B. KI.AiNK.EilIIor and Pnbliabrr. EXTEKED AT THE PoBTOFFICE AT DoDOE CITY, KAKSAf, AS CECOND-CLAES MAIL. MATTEH. BESTKICTING THE CATTLE RANGE IN THE INDIAN TERRITORY. Cattle men in the Territory will be inter ciited in the following letter from John D. Mile, agf nt for (be Chejenne and Arapahoe-, addressed to tbe editor of the Cald well Commercial, as follow: "On the 24 September, the delegation of Indian chiefs, Cheyennta and Arapahoe, under my charge, had an interview with the Secretary of the Interior lonching tbe ques tion of tbeir legal right to lands for perma cent homes, and urfing that they he pro tected at tome place as guaranteed them by treaty. And in reply the Honorable Secre tary made the following important decision: "That they have not forfeited their right to tbe lands embrace! in tbeir latt treaty, which embraces 'the conntry bounded on tbe east by tbe Arkansas river, nor...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 October 1880

I l 3 i LOCAL NEWS. Tl.ltE TiBtE-A., T. t. F. B. M. UOIVO CAST. QOIfG WKST. rasstnger..li33 a.m. rassrnger. .3.35 a.m. Yatiengvr. IS SSr.K. Pasa-ngtr. 3-oft raja. Freight 7:50 r.x. Freight.... 1:30 r5. Freigbt T.-00 A.M. Freight.... 1:13 A x. Mrs. W. Straeier has returned from visit ing friends in St. Louis. Charity Hungerford is in town. He is in business at Trinidad anJ will remove bis family there. One and a quirtrr inches of rain fell on Monday. A mist all day Tuesday. Bain again Wednesday. Cattle shipping h progressing daily. C.E. Chipman finds bis whole time occupied in "sanding" the floors of cattle cats. A farmer near Wuhita has raised 20,009 head of cabbage this year. Who says cab bsge heads wont thrive in Kansas! A. Telfer, a cattle owner in Comanche county, was in the city Saturday. lie says the ejuntry is filling up with sheep and cat tle. The rain turned to snow on the line be tween Pueb'o and Grenada, on Monday last. It was felt "cold enough for snow" here, but the rai...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 October 1880

olaUe OrcliarJin. The veier-in horticulturist, I'rofcsor J. It. Turner, of Jacksonville, Illinois, writes an account of a tiVit to the JspiuMin; fruit farm in Sangamon County. Hu-aiv there 14,090 bearing apple trees with oean-ely a blemished ir defective one amon; tlicm. At the bottom of ths fraud culture is thorough uniler-ilrain-ise, eten where the ground uas dry and sloping. I.iino and salt have been freely used as manure, and an army of 600 young turkeys do duty in suppressing insects. In the lino of pruning and training, a regular system of girdling is hit took the Professor's eye. Not as a novelty, for he girdled trees to induce fruit bearing in his father's orchard sixty cars ago, audolten since, but hcreitis done on a large scale ami considered as one of the prime conditions of profit. In every case where a rowor a tree has been Ivlt uilgirdlcd there is a failure, of fruit, whilo all the girdled trees are loaded. Kxhau.tion is prevented, and tho size and fairness of the frui...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 October 1880

HOME, FARJI AS CAUDEX. Well-feu animaU never get lousy. All bulbs and plants that lio down to tho ground in autumn may bo pro tected by covering with li'ave3, straw and manure, but plants that retain their leaves in winter will nut bear such pro tection. If the census could be taken of those men in large cities who are most pros perous in busiicss it would be found that a large proportion of them look forward to a home upon a farm as a resting place after tho toil of years. There is a feeling of security in owning a farm, hich is not enjoyed by those engaged in trallic. ami therefore farm lifo is growing moro popular with men city-born and bred. I'l'iiuino Without E.gj. Ric;, largo pearl sago, and tapioca are best wlmn the pudding is made without eggs. Sprinkle a Rttlo of any one of tho above at tho bottom of a pudding uisii, ami a niiio sugar, ana nil up witli milk. Stir well before placing m tho oven. To the sago add a small pieco of cinnamon, broken up. Tho rice must bake quite f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 October 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITi". SATURDAY. OCT. 1C. FROPOI1I.K FOB COB. BRAN ASI IIAV. HEADQ.CAr.TERS DEPARTMENT OK THE MISSOURI. Office of Chief Quartermaster. Fort Leavenworth. Kansas, Sent. 30. lbsO. SEALED PROPOSALS in triplicate, subject to the usual conditions, will be received at this office, until 12 o'clock, soon, on Wednesday, October20,18'H), at which time andplacethcv will bo opened in I lie pretence of bidders, for furnishing and delivery of tho following Military mipplies, or snch portion of them as way le required, for tho fihcal year ending Jnno :tu, 1H81, viz: Of Corn and llran at Dodee Citv, Junction City, Caldwell and Fort Leavenworth, Kansas: and Forts Kenoand Sill, Indian Territory, also for Hav at Junction Citv or Fort ltiley, Kansas. 1'roiKisals for either clam of the supplies mentioned, or for quantities less than tho whole required will bo received. Each proposal must be accompanied by a bond that tho bidder will not withdraw his bid within fcixtv days fro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 October 1880

j n 4- j DODGE CITY TIMES. vol. yn. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, OCT. 23, 1880. NO. 23- ii PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON & COLBORN, SI. W. SUTTOX. E. r. COLBOUX. ATTORNEY AT I. AW, DODGE CITT, KAN. Offlee in l'ot Office Building. HARRY E. GRYDEX. ATTORNEY AT Uff, DODGE CITY. KAS. "Will practloe in the State ana Federal Courts. W. F. MASOX, PIIYMICIAX AND Hl'BCKOJI, DODGE CITY. KANSAS. OrJcrs may be lelt at Eringer's Drag Store. Residence east end of Military avenue. CENTENNIAL BAKBKH MH0P. HEXRY KOCH. Proprietor. Shaving, Sharupooingand Hair Cuiltingdoneiu the latest bunion. BR1XKMAX. BKOS. Jt VEBSTER. LVJIBKIt DEALEBI, DODGE CITY. KAS. Yards soutb of IUilroad track. T. L. McOAETY, M. D. Physician and Druggist, DEALER IN DKUUS, MEDICINES, Chemicals and irfumcry, Toilet Goods, Brush es. Sponges, Dye Stalls, Taints, Oils, etc. HERMAN J. FRINGER, DEALER IX Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals .VXD PERFUMERY Toilet Gools, nrushrs. Sponges, Dve Stuff I'alnts, Oils, Etc. DODGE CITY. KAXSAS. GROCERIES, PRO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 October 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. - ' Si DvCHirriOX : J2 on r Yrar, In A4to. - 1 NICHOLAS B. ELAINE, - Emtou. EIGHTEEN. On! prwni a dim and fairy shade. Hear cbild. who Mit pen ye irs a:rn. Out of our arms e-ca ped and fled. With swifl whllo feet. as if afraid. To hide tienezi the grass, ibesnow. That sunny IUe bead. Tbis I your birthday! Fair. so fftlrl And -rrown to jrrncious raaiden-hclj-ht And vred In Heavenly lore am! way, Wblte-i eted us thcaiurlesarc J! Id very light of very llj-ht. tsomehow, somewhere you keep the day, IVIth those new friends whom ncw" wo call. Hut w bo are dfarer now than we Anil letter known by face and nair.e; And f o they smile and say: "-How tall Th" child tecomes, how radiant ho Who was so little when she came. Darllnir, we count your eighteen year Fifteen In Heaven, on earth but lhreo And try to shape you grown and wise Itut alt Is vain: there mill appears Only the child you used to be Our Iwby with the lolet eyes. Sivan CWidV, in X, V. mleptndlnt. liminary demon...

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