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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 October 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SUDSCKIPTIO : J on ., iOT, id,. NICHOLAS 15. KLAIXC, - Editor. AX ODE TO A LOT l'll'E. OF STOVE- IsrxnNAl. stuff, your naturo well I know, when I took jtm down six months ajo Kacb piece I Iiumtieru-J sotn.it I might tell Kxaetly how j ou'd ro together welL And now tbo time for chilly days draws nigh. To put you up again I madly try. Hut all in vain. Tbo Joint thai then did fit Now do not come wltbin an inch of it. I get you two-thirds p it in pi io and thn Crah jou gotumbllngtotbe tlonr a.rain. Once more 1 try. You're ralhtr full of soot. And 1 am getting dauled fnnl head to foot. 1 Jam my thumb, but Mill I persevere. One piece (roe down again an 1 rakes my car. I grabto catth the piece, nnother goes, And falling scrapes the bl le all off mv nose. And then another piece fall with a slam, And then the rest goes down, and mid I am; And then iny blood gets boiling, and I say, liy all that's blue, I'll tixjouanysiar. nine more I go to work. Ily patience great I get...

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. — 23 October 1880

! THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. 8ATURDAY. OCT. 23. SUJI8CBIPTI0N: : 00 per year, In advance. If. . KaLAINK.Bdllor suad Publisher. EjnxwtD ATiBzFoiTorricEAT Dodge ClTT, KAS8A8, A3 SECOJtD-CLJLiSa MAIL XATTEB. There la m beef-packing establishment at Bock port, Texas, owned and managed by Eoaloo men, which Jails an average of SI, 500 bretes a year. Erery part of the beef it utilized, (Ten to the lulu of the tail, which are irrser Ted and aold lor the making: of la dim' Irises. The Hood flow into tacit and 11 dressed and sold at two centt a pound lor the manufacture of fertiliiers. The lean bef it boiled and canned in two-pound tint. The hides are tailed and aold green. The fatty matter i extracted and goet to tallow. The bones ire boiled to pulp to extract the tatty matter, which goea to tallow, and the dry bone, miicly phosphite of lime, are aold for fertilizing at one cent per pound. The feet are cut iff at the knee, and from the boot neala' foot oil it extracted. The horny part...

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. — 23 October 1880

LOCAL NEWS. TIME TABIiK-A., T. Alt. V. R. at. UOIVU EAST. C0I1G VEST. l'assen;;cr..lil A.M. rasstn?er..SJB a.x. l'asnenger. li &5f.h. Passenger. 305 r.M. FreiiSht 7) r x. J releht.... 1 30 p.m. t'rei,-0t 7:'J0 4.V Frtliht ... 1.15 am. Tbe weather is lovely once more. Ic is the beautiful sunshine of autumn. B. W. Etan has pone Co Colorado on business. He will be absint short lime. J. A. Line, Netileloo, Kas., cflsrsaehefp firm for rent or sile. See advertisemrnt There was a light fill of snow here last Saturday night. The weather has teen pleas ant since that time. C. S. llnngerforJ and family have re moved to Trinidad, where Charity is en gaged in the butcher business. We hope they will prosper. A. B. Web'ter has quit the lumber bri nes, havirg sold his flock to Mr. Z mmer xnann. He bis sold the lumber yard lot to Patrick jushrue. The Union iabbatb School will hereafter be held in the aften.oon, couimenciiizat3 o'clock. This is a desirable change for the winter months. The Globe...

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. — 23 October 1880

English Ignorance of America. 1 Farming Xot a Blskj Business. I remember, says a writer in the TlIE risks in are compara. Syracuse (N. a.) Herald. annj; a ' u , f There is nS danger of ruin younR Ensl.sl.mai. for a near neighbor from petition; there is rione omeycawasrt.wliouMsd to make me arfJ from U.e treachery of business a sort of cont.dtnt.al cot.nse or. He , Mw)cgtcs- The farm, under ordinary u an agreeable pretty intelligent , circumsta nccsi3 suro fllrn:5h c nougn fello and too ivell bred to utter all I..sto mak(J the f comf0rtable, and thoughts am,,!, but away down in t ho extraordinary circumstances, which are bottom of 1.1s heart I always fancied he . o jd character always, are Aer.sl.cd a complacent notion that he to exist Thefarnlc; en. had somehow conferred a favor upon . J eproductionof articlcswhich the United States by oominz to live fn I fh ublic must nave. It makes no dif tl.em. Ono day he entered my ol ice f cUe the . do without, dHplayin- a new k umbrella. " How...

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. — 23 October 1880

HOME, FARM AXD GARDEN. Discard wooden floors in your hen houses, as they absorb and retain a great deal of moisture from the drop pings. Pickled Cabbage. Select solid heads, slice very fine, put in a jar, then coyer with boiling water; when cold drain off the water and season with prated horseradish, salt, equal parts of red and black pepper, cinnamon and whole cloves. FitESEKVED Melon-. Peel the melon, and cut in small strips; have the same weight of sugar as melon; put a little alum in the water and boil the melon till tender; take it on a dish, sprinkle it with sugar, and let it stand till the next morning, then pour off the simp, let it boil till clear, then put in the melon and let it scald; then put it on a platter to cool; add to the sirup the juice of lemon and a little preserved ginger; boil the sirup again and pour it bot on the melon. When cold, seal up the Jars. Chicken Sandwiches. Ingredi ents: chicken and ham, four eggs, one tablespoonful of olive oil, mus tard, vinega...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 October 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. OCT. : The wiatbir picphets y the wider will be a severe or e will) heavy f now. Mrs. Jloe-ney fays her bus band will never be tirade bj lihtninir, because he always gets insulate. A writer en hy-icgnomT would like to know i( large tars deucte ' rui-erly die-on-tion, whf i mule so apt to squander his hind leg'? - It strains a ycung man more to have a 14 pour.il girl fit on his knee fifteen min utes than it dtes to load hay all day; but he is generally -crftctly willing to be strained. The buffalo hunters, Messrs. Tracy and "iVisl, sir.ved at their home in Cimarron on Thumb;, with nir.e antelope. The New Vt says tLey aw seventeen buQalo, Lut failed 10 Ct them. The epizootic his resumed lit ill-conditioned attachi upon the hcrsea of Ne v York and other Eastern title It is said tl e rav eges of the disea'e aie neatly as txteifive a ih y were Mine yeirs ago in the cities which now suGer under them. RESTAURANT. NOTICE. CHARLES MCKEHSON, Proprie...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 30 October 1880

s DODGE CITY TIMES. vol. vn. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, OCT. 30, 1880. NO. 24- ' J PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTOX &. COLBORX. M. W. SUTTO.V. E. F. COLBORX. ATTOR-XEIlt AT LAW, DODGE CITT. KA OOIce in Post Office Building. HAKUYE. GRYDEX. ATTDRMEV AT L1W, DODGE CITV. KAS. Will nractioe in the State and Federal Court. W. F. MASOX. PHVHICIAX AJIB MUBGEO!. DODGE CITY. KANSAS. Orders roar be left at Frrojer's Drugstore. Residence east end of Military avenue. CKltTBN.IIAI. BAHBEK tsHOP. IIEXRY KOCH. Proprietor. Shaving, Shampooing and Hair Cultting done lu the 1-itesl laahion. BRIXKMAN. BROS. JL WEBSTER. I.17J1BEB DRALEB8, DODGE CITY. KAS. Yards south of Railroad track. T. L. McOAETI, M. D. Physician mid Druggist, DEALER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, Chemicals and perfumery, Toilet Goods, Brush es, Sponges, Dye Stuffs, Taints, Oils. etc. HERMAN J. FRINGER, DEALER IX Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals AXD PERrUMERT Toilet Goods, Brushes, Sponges, Dye Stum I'aints. Oils, tic. DODGE CITY. KANSAS. REPUBLICAN TICKET...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 30 October 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES, fcUisu;imo : ?; no i-r u.r, q avnarr. NICHOLAS 11. KLAINS, - Editou. "Xir, ri.I. STAY WITH THE I. A IK" (hllu'iim peam, No..t, they caw twotod-j Jcs. lather and soii.claiis-d tnjrethcr. One of the xpl jrers knew the man. and knewtbjt nfterlnccxpInsion bchul Ni-n asked byonc of the men ultcrwards recued to ini alouir i vrilh him toauotb r part of the workman, and the father replied, -ay. Ml stay with the lad." It was tho belief or the explorers that tbc-e lmthdicd. wituoneor twoolhtrs near, ' fromthoHftcrdAiiip. The Mere Ijlnir Maee nMy. hatliiKinmlcpllluuscif their Jackets aii'l clothe. ZAl i. A fir. " Xny. I'll May with the but:" Down Inthedecp, black scam. Huddled teirelher. 1 Iiik and dead. 1'ar Ironi the da) irM oterhcad. Vaco tn face. by a Midden late. With u horror of iifcrht' pro Ipltatc; lllilclen away front tne iiieteirul sun. The death and the burlnl all In one, 111- their utiles "t oil In tain. More than a buttle count Its slain: Huddled toellier, li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 30 October 1880

A- THE DODGE CUT TIMES. SIBsCRinriOT: $2 00rYrsr,lnA(TMee. NICHOLAS B. KLAIXE, - Editob. OGTOIIUII. How irno in. how deep, how calm, how awcct, ThcedearOctiH rdays; Tho sky bends low. tho Iiillo 10 greet. Anil, through the dn amy haze, Heaw n or i arth I cannot see, or soh e the pleasing ui stery- Tis wonderful I October's sun Makes pirn liseuf noon: .And ni.:ht, wall all ht r stars, as one Til s bom ige to her moo-i. The Min hr duj . the inoon by night, btlreiery sensoof sutet delight. Through all the long, fierce umnur days &wltl mes liters bavo run "To do. through N' wire's secret ways, Tbebiddlngot the sun, Tli it tlcar Octolwr well nmy hiro 1th all that lite her dainty fare. Into her 1 ip tho ripe nuts fall, Withoecr breeze th.it Mlr: All trcii and shrulis. or sreat or small. He ml 1 w ts worshipers With the rich fruitage that they bring A whole J ear's bounteous offering. i-he bids the squirrel go with haste, Andgathcr where he will; And, thriftless Idler", bids them taste...

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. — 30 October 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. OCT. 20. SUBSCRIPTION: J i0 per year, in advance. X. B. KLAINK. Editor and Publlftber. Enteued atthe Postoffice at Dodoe City, Kansas, as secokb-clam Mail MATTER. GETTING DEMORALIZED. The Leavenworth Tiroes iys. It would m that General Hancock is getting de moralized. The outbein nevmparers are o! tint opinion, and think he licks that Head, inrra and courage under the political fire which is nut what might be exacted from a puperb eoldier. They instance hit letter to Mr. Tlcodor Cook on rebel claim, and then his remarkable expression to the l'atterson Democratic editor on the tirrifl queelion, which he euplemented by a letter to Senator Randolph on the eanie queation. and only muddled it the more. Saya The Richmond (Va.) Slate on hi latest effort Frightened and demoralized by the Octo ber t lection?, in a panicky frame of mind and all at ea, he catches at the first draw that floats hi way and offer the, eiighteet sSow of rafely. Having bee...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 30 October 1880

I' LOCAL NEWS. TIME TAB1.B-A., T. S. F. B. m. U01NO EAST. rajngtr..li-.M a.m. l'NSMrilKt-r. li 53 P.M. Freight 7f X. I'mgtt 7si0 a.ji GOIBO WIT. rasas n:rr. 3.5.1 a. x, Passenger. 3-03 PJI. Frtiirht.... l:Jor.M. rrtlsht ... 1:15 a m. KsV. H. Shipe preuhes in the Union Church this Si d y mornirg anil evening. 51 r. Joh i Qaincy Ada,s takes the place of Mr II wkelt, as foreman of the railroad eboi s in this city. Rev. F. Well left on the Slice for Fort Sopp'v, on Mjnday. He will return here in a few day. Limed iirtnln mote hotel capacity. As ml the traveler ia comfcrteJ wi.h the in fjrma ion, "no beds." We are requested luanouoce A. J.Anthony as au independent cindidateforCouimistioner in tLe Third Diatric . We have lot eouie nine neglected to elate the conditioa of (he Arkansas river. We desire to say it is lull. We hare had del g mul weather, tat you never know whit a day wi 1 biing forth especially a windy day in Kwm. Hf nry Sturm is the proud father of a girl. We ih Mr. Storm many...

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. — 30 October 1880

Tca-Talile Cosslp. I power. Garters was awfully shocked. A Iiloominpfon, Illinois, young man , . TT" i , m I lie patted Ink's back and said: "I never who is described as an amateur cornet- Some of the new black stockings haTC ( kn(;w u ailoct aDVonESobcfore lcAa pla,cr was not allowed to practice in IMIbalUU WO.CI1 into llieln. SO as to . Mv ,,,,!;! ..fit Si lmrnP' n,l ll.n hmiu uml hnr i;l.it Htnilf nn in -J . . ... ....... ...... ...V ..UUW HU bU.V UUU ...u... ..J, ... he took an immense pinch. And then the stable to play. lie had only struck he went it: " llutcliakachoo-cachoo- a few notes of "See that My Grave's caclioo-choo-choo!" and then the same Kept Clean," when a horse kicked him tiling over aain. There they both in the head, killing him instantly. We stood and sneezed until they had almost don't go so far as to say that it was right loosened their hair at the roots and felt that the young man should have been as though they had been through a killed, but that hor.-o could...

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. — 30 October 1880

t HOME, FABM AND UABDEX. Hekfstek ajh Ovstf.ie Pie. Beat the steik pently with a rollifi-pin ami season it uitli jcpier and salt. Have ready a deep "dish lined with not too rich a pastry, l'ut in tho meat with layers of ousters, then the oyster liquor "illi a littiu mncu and a tea Bpoonful of ketchup, cover with a top crust, anil bake. Veal may be used in stead of beef if preferred. Tiif.iie is such a tiling as keeping more than a profitable number of cows or sheep upon a f.irm. A half dozen half starved con's will not yield as much milk as three tn.it have all the food that the' want. If there U no more stock than can be well kept the returns will be the greatest in money ami alo in the satisfaction of seeing the animals in a goo.!, healthy condition no small part of tho income to one i ho lo es to have good stock well kept upon his farm. To Cci:e the Tooth ciie. We find this in a magazine. It is easy to try it, and if it is w hat it claims to be anj body with an aching tooth will ...

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. — 30 October 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. OCT. SO. THE CATTLE DISEASE. In 1814 9 medical lectmerat Philadelphia direct J public amotion to what ba eince btto known as Texas cattle ferer. It as then apparently confined to only a portion of the Snth. In 1820 the legislature ol Virgina enacted quarantine laws against South Carolina cai'Ie calHcg the diseai-e 'Spiuieh feTer." Now Virginia Ltratlf be longs in a great me aure to tte infected dis trict. For more than fixtj jears this epiz ootic affliction of cattle Las attadtly inyadtd the North with a constantly increasing pro gress. Science has thua far lought it spa modicilly and to but little efltct. Cattle Ireeders and dtalcrs appear not to haie i wakered to theenorinity of the danger which threatens the future of their vart interest. Dr. D. K. Salmon has prepueJ a report to the Department of Agriraltuic that exhaust ively tiests of this tnost imiortant e ubjrct. The country through which the Texas lew more cr hsi prevails has an ar...

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. — 6 November 1880

y y DODGE CITY TIMES. c vol. vn. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, NOT- 6, 1880. NO. 25- 7 m PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Y. l MASON", pni:siciA?f xxn ncrceoiv, DODGE CITV. KANAS. Orders mar be lett ut Frlnser's Drug Store. Hesidenev east end of Military itraat. CE.-VTEAXIAI. BARDEK MHOP. HENRY KOCH. Proprietor. Shavinjr. Shaaipooinffand Hair Cuiltlntfdonelu the latest fashion. T. L. McOAETY, M. D. Physician and Druggist, DEAU.lt IX DKTO5, MEDICINES, Cfcemlcais and Krlumery, Toilet Goods, Brash es, Singes, Dye Stuns, Paints, Oils, etc. HERMAN J. FRINGER, DEALER IN Drags, Medicines, Chemicals AND PERFUMERY ToiW Goods, llrushrs, Sponges, 1J Stuffs Paints, Oils, Ktc. DODGE CITY. KANSAS. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, UIIBKlaND BTOTEd. M. COLLAR Keeps constantly a good stock of the above named. DODGE CITY TOWN CO. Town Lots for Sale. Prices to Suit all Parties. Apply to CEO. BAND1LL, Agent. SHEEP FOR SALE. 100 Full Blood Merino Rams for '$7 to $15 each. For particulars call on E. F. KNIGHT, Ness county. Sec. S5, Tp. ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 6 November 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. - SIT.CKIITIOX : $2 00 r Tear, In JMvaotr. NICHOLAS 15. ELAINE, - Eihtob. IXDIA.X SUMMEB. 3"he tranquil river tclldetb to the en, Tbro iiiri 1 bao the froM.n unlK-nms fall; Tb-white sails alinunerl.v in stlentlv The hush of dreamland liettt over all. Our pi!n! lire like llowers in the litrbt. Nor feel nor learthostlnsjof c thly taln, Ner dread the thaioft'sot lhceomlnir night, la pcicv-fiil rest we He; all toll is rain. Vain are the hopes and fear and doubts of ; voulh. We rireani our lives a ay, an J ask not why. Vain all our lotty nitrations after truth; Ttnlay we eivnl lis e ac, to-morrow d.e. Wbynhnuld we work when Nature's beart ll still Why should we ftrivc when Nature bids us reft? We let ber Influence awect our lieinfill. Hushed as a child Uu the mother's breast. The Honor of a Choctaw, i A VEnr remarkable story is tints tolil ' by the Muscogee Indian Journal: Tlie execution o( Chester Dixon, convicted of murder at the last term of tlio Cir- j cuit Cour...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 6 November 1880

IS TT rrn-r-yrrn THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SlESCEimOT: g'OOrrTMr, la Arfeaarr. NICHOLAS iI.KL'aINC, -' Editor. 'FOKTr-MSE. The "Remarkable Year of Ihe Fre.eat On tarjr Mareh r the Anronaut Their Muf ferlaK C'rolnr the 1'lMln Pioneer .Iub tlee Kude ISut Trader llerey Chivalry While the real Argonauts of 1848 were wandering among the hills and pilches that Hank the western slope of the Sierra Nevada, armed with pan, spoon and butcher-knife, testing the scope and capabilities of the gold Mines, the news of the discovery was speeding on its way to the Eastern States by two routes simultaneously. It reached the frontier of Missouri and Iowa by the Mormon scouts and roving trappers about the same time that ves sels sailing round Cape Horn took it to New York and Boston; which was in the late autumn of 1818. The first re ports, repeatedly conlirmed and en larged upon, threw the whole country into the wildest excitement. In the City of New York and the extreme Western States the fever was hotte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 6 November 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. dodge crnr. Saturday, not. e. 8UBSCB1TTI0X: J 00 per year. In ilTuee. If. ml KUMK, aXdltor mad PaklUkcr. Ehtebxd ATTBiPorroi-nci at Dodok Cut, Kashas, as aicxutD-CLAas Mail XATTEB. A WOOL CIRCULAR Philadelphu, October, 26, 1880. To the Editor of tbeTimes. Since oar circular Idler of 18th, the mar ket has assumed a much stronger Ion, with mo upward tendency. Our anticipation of an increasing demand and conaequent im provement in values, ia being realized. We cannot say there has been any important ad' vance, but outride asking prices of two weeks ago, can now be eaulv cblaictd. Manufac turtra show more disoeition to bu and a willingness to meet holders views, which it in bright contrast with their late cautious kIict ami low o0ers. As prictg, after a dull and weak interva have meielj regained the position they oc cupled list AuiiU-t, this improveintnt is a recovery rather tban an actual advance, ex cept in Michigan fleece, which have been felling below their int...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 6 November 1880

1 LOCAL NEWS. TIME TABLE-A., X. AS. F. K. K UOIG CAST. Passenger.. IM a.m. Fasfleiiger. 12 55f.h, Freight 7;5 r.M Freight 7:00 a.m OOISO WXST. ra9tnper..3i5 a.sc, I'ufDgvr. 3:05 PJC. Freight.... lJOr.M. FreUtat.... 1:15 am. Ford couny gate a smalt Republican mt- jorily. We ih to remirk that our address ia still Dodge City, Ka John Mueller has removed his family to bis ranch on SawIog. N. Clones, of the Garden City Optic, was in the city on S imliy la't. Ltvi Shick, of Fort Elliott, spent a few days in the ciiy thl week. Col. Wright, father of R. M. Wright, ha been viiting hi sm for some days past. ThursJay. November 23th, has been de signated by the Pre Ident a a day of national thanksgiving Mr. McGn nis, tl e railroad ajent, cccu pie the old echoolhouse. which was filted up for a tes'deoce. Politics in Ford county is lite a wan in up and down ni someboly alwajs get' wiihe 1 aehorr. B. W. Evan is c ""8 t0 Colorado to look r fipr his badrers interest there He will be absent some time...

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

TIIK HHOKF.S UAllS. j TifKtrorn ban up "hi the fotpvh He i Tbat lei'ls across trio uplunJ. o'er wboo ' tiriwn I At mrninir tb-rnoKvtturnliiTClws In lin i rrm-ra ilo'i umhI to tramlcr hv". Allltlo rn.il I, with h fawn-like ejo. Aii'I'iuKktlKht fect,trapl tbu old farm- lirmcltiu flow hcnl, that iitlll wouM pausu to Iphhiw lrmnth BHt-ct irrn.Mtaiillna- unklc-blffh, Viir, all U cbanzed, tbu bars are always down: No tlnklmr bell come somi llni? o'er the hill: Upon the lonch place the sun awl stars tot' notblmr tut the tall pnm thin anl brown; And naiorbt Is heart sae lhattbe whlp-puor- till Flute hH iwi noto abii-ctho brofcrn bars. .1. K.Jlattn, in Han JtJ-JlifK. lVavant llomrs in Cermaiij. Itirr, oen wlica rememberinp; all llio faults of the Katherl.-inil, an American can scarce help pitying the cmirranU whrn he sei'S the prettv, home-like houses they give tip for trie miserable shanties that await them in the West. In middle anil t-ontlicrn Ciermany the isolated farm-houie is the excep...

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