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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 6 November 1880

HOME, FARM ASD OARDEX. The too common practico of cover ing lawns with manure in tho autumn, maKing them look like barn-yards in most cases, docs more liarm than good. To soften' the skin if' rough, rub clariticd honey vigorously into the parts affected, each time after washing, and allow it to remain for at least an hour. Then rub off with cold cream. Inkiax Puduinis. Stir tivo spoon fuls of Indian meal into three pints of boiling mil!;, add little salt, four well beatcn eggs, one cup sugar, teaspoon ful of ginger. Hake three hours; one hour before taking out add one pint of milk without stirring. Cake to be Kvten- Warm rou Tea. Mix two teaspooufuls of baking pow der in one pound, of line llour. ltub in a quarter of a pound of butter, lard, or clariiied dripping, mix in a quarter of a pound granulated sugar, a tea spoonful of ground caraway seed, grated lemon peeU or any other flavoring. When ready to bake, stir in as quickly as possible two well-beaten egp mixed with a gill and a ...

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. — 6 November 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. NOV. G. SEW KEGDLATIOX. TLe following law relating to the disposal of ll.e public landa by pre-emption and com mbttd bomtidcad, i published for the bene fit of all concerned. Ee it enacted by the Senate and House of Keprerentitive of tbe United Siatea of Atnrica in Congres aoi-embled. That tbe affidavit required to be made by KC'ionn tweniy-two hundred and tixty-two ai d twenty-three hundred and one ol tbe re tired utatutce of the United State, may be made before tbe clerk of tbe District Court, or of any Court of Record of tbe coun'y and State or District cr lenitory in which the lands are situated; and if eaid lands are sit uated in any unorganized county fuch affi davit may be made in a similar manner in any adjacent county in said State or Territo ry, and tie affidavit so made and duly sub scribed shall have the nme force and efject as if made before tbe register or receiver of tbe projH'r land di-ttict; and tbe same shall be transmitt...

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. — 13 November 1880

DODGE CITY TIMES; VOL. vn. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, OY- 13, 1880. NO. 20- " i ( SI "E II J. E I- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. W. F. MASON, rnmcux awo miBOEes, DODGE C1TV. KANSAS. Orders maV be lett at Fringer"a Drugstore. Beaidenee east end of Military avenue. CBlfTBn.flAI. BABBKB NH0P. HENRY KOCH. Proprietor. Staying, Shampooing and Hair Coitting cone in the latent fashion. T. L. McCAKTY, M. D. Physician and Druggist, PKALEU IN DUUGS, MEDICINES. Chemicals and perfumery, Toilet Goods, llruah es, Sponges, Dye Stufta, Paints, Oils, etc. HERMAN J. FRINGES, DEALER IX Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals AND PERFUMERY Toilet Goods. Jlnuhes, Sponges, Dye Stum l'JUU. Oils, Ktc. DODGE CITY'. KANSASs. GROCERIKS, PROVISIONS, DIIIEM AHD STOVES. M. COLLAR " Keeps cooUDtly a rcxx! stock of th il-oie Earned. BODGE CITY TOWN CO. Town lots for Sale. Prices to Suit all Parties. Apply to SIOBRia CCLLAB, Agent SHEEP FOR SALE. 100 Full Blood Merino Rams for $7 to $15 each. For particulars call on E. 9. KNIGHT, Ness county. S...

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. — 13 November 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. Sl'IISCIiirilOX : (t 00 vr Tr, In Adfan'f. NICHOLAS 15. KLAIXC, - Editor. l'Ohl.Y ASOELISE. Twas on awlnl-rcvnln" The cluck foul just Ktru nln 1 ft insWe the farm-hoiise. With IMUyAmri tine. The folks w all n-sleepln I herf her iortn" Mre VhUe sc aatl I waj kecpla". AttAc arounil the r.rc Awakoumuoil the lire. ' "Vfc ie up the cblmUiey lenpln Tbe ? parks Hew higher un' bljrhcr. Now she was Jnt the swottcst ' nil t ho srals I knew; Anl. h le I sot asif Ie her. The minute- more 'li flew. At laMtatnewzI'oll, Kf wc May here till nim Twill nuke tho nlybt more, jolly Til iKi a U tie com To ixip H Jc et!e corn." feet I. Vm iv ri-ht. 1 m'ly. Kzsurc ex you were burnt 1 knew that ho was wlilln': 1 thought 1 j-t wouM intlt; J'u Kin fl bran l:cw rhllhn Tu told ber how ' felt. Tnccorn wsNon apoppin', f An' he win Inlkln' '-y; M Jicirt It kp a-hoppin. Hut nolhln' couM I s ty Hilt ntithln'niuM I fayr Thocorn it kcpa-ilruppm' 1 wisbM 1 wis aa. At last ho took lh? popper An'laM...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 November 1880

' " " ,?'! THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SCBSCBiniOS : ?iOOprTr, inAilniM. NICHOLAS B. KLAINE, - Editob. OF -1' TBS au:ts THE H7.V CJ.Y M.I IS. - THE fa.I(win? vein vr is dedlented to Mrs. Hums Juriuj the h jncyraoon. Of X the n th? wlu' can blaw, I dearly love the wr. For tbero the lmnnle 1-issie lit cs, tho loss that I lot c tol I ' There wild woods srrow. and rivers row, ana mony a bill iK-twecn: Hut day ar.l nUat, my fancy's flight is ever wi'lnvJcan! I scoter lathe dewy flowers, I fo her sweet and fair I hoar Iier In tho tuneful birds, wi" music -h.rm ihenlr. There's nt a Itonnie flower that springs by fountain, saaw or jrrecn. There s not a bourne bird that slnjs but minds iceo uivJcaa! 0,bl.iwycwcstlin' winds, blawsoft amancthe leafy trees! XVI' gcnt pale, fra rauir an' dale, bring home the laden bees! And brlnjrthe laic luck to mo that's ayo sao sweet an' clean, , Ao blink o' her ad banish care, sao lot ely Is mr JcunI What sijrhs and vows amanff tho knowos, have past between us twa...

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. — 13 November 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES, f OODCiK CITY. SATURDAY. NOV. 13. eUBSfJIillTION : I 00 rjnr, In a.tvncr. H. B. KLAINK.Bdllor and Publisher. Ekteueo jitthkPostofficeat Uoixik City, Kansas, as second class Mail MATTES. Ajti'i Ago Core i tbe only medicine in eats'ence which may be considered in abao- lair antidote for fever nl ague, and Undrid dioasoi It not uclj a6ird imtsedute re- li. , but it eradicates the malarial poison which product the disease, without leaving any enervating tr injurious efiect, as is the O't ilh many ot tbr ajo medicine- a vrr- tiaec!. THE 1OL1TICaL FUTURE. Ii Car utul Southern newspapers gm ral It take a koptlul view of the future. Hi 'J ZCt much frotn thevictorioupitv. Tbr lencr of tkene neaspapers, in lueircorument OJon lie ehction, shows a disposition to sc- ctpl the aitnslion, and lay aside the srctlon al anirowiliia. Local divisions hiTe already diatraped the Smth. Thrae divi.ioia ill become irruanent; and thiy are butted to hive their ii Dance- upon tie Naithern...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 November 1880

LOCAL NEW8. TI.TtE TABLE-1., T.Jkn. F. B. B OOItO EAST. COUCG WZST. Passenger..lii.M. rassenzer .31 a.m, Passenger. It 55 r.M. Passenger. 3.-03 rj. Frelrlit 7S0P.X relght.... liatr.jc, Freight 7:00 AOf Freight.... 1:15a. Morris Cellar is prouder than most men in Dodge. It is a girl bat y at his house. There was a grand Republican jollification here Saturday right last. A large cannon made the night air ring with its noise. L. E. MtGarry is conducting the New West published bt Cimarron, Ku. We wit-h him tncce e in his new field of enterprise. A. B. Web-ter an J Geo. T. HinUle were hunting in tie vicinity of Nickerson last week. They report plenty of docks and oth er wild game. Mrs. F. Meredith, wifa of the editorof the Hu'chinsan News, bai beei visiting her friend Mis. A. li. Webster for some dajs past. Fred Singer an 1 Mike Sutton, two dis tinguished citizns of Dodge, we see by il-e Coinmonwealih, were regis e red in Topekn het week. A rain pet in MonJay night at 11 o'clock and cont...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 November 1880

How a .Man StltchM on a IJulton. He had never tried it before, but he was naturally a self-reliant man. and felt confident of his ability to do it. Moreover, his wife had onc to the country. Uhertfore, carefully selecting from that lady's work-basket the thickest needle and stoutest threadhe resolutely st h!mcU to the task. SjHttin;; upon his fingers, he carefully rolled the end of tho thread into a point, and then, closing one of his onn optic.-, he attempted to fill up the needle's solitary eye; but the thread cither passed by one sido or the other of tho needle, or worked itself against the ;litterin steel, and refused to bo pcrbuaded. However, the thread sud denly bolted through the eye to the ex tent of an inch, and, fearing to lose this advantage, he ouickly drew the end toother and united tlicm with a knot about the mzo of a buck-shot. Tho but ton was atroucr one, but he liked the dimensions of its holes, and it was only going on the back of his shirt, anjhoiv. As he ia-ed th...

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. — 13 November 1880

HOME, FA KM ASIt C.AKOEX. Water slightly acidified with nitric acid is recommended for soikin seeilj; a very little "ammonia addfd to the water greatly accelerates germination. OrsTEits Fieied is IUttek. Take one cup of swept milk, one eg,r. a m'ucli of salt and Hour enough to make a stilT batter; dip the oyster in the batter and fry one at a time, oath one having a little batter on it. CiiEtE Biscuit. Tako two ounces of butter, two of Hour, two of grated cheese, a little cayenne and' salt, make it in a thin patc and roll out very thin, then cut in pieees four inche long and one inch broad, bako a very light brown and serve as hot as possible. Lixseeu Te v. Iioil gently for two hours two ounces of linseed in a pint and a half of water, with a little lemon peel shred finely and an ounce of barley sug-ir. Strain and add enough lemon juice to make it agreeable. This is useful for a cough and should bo taken warm. Spanish liquorice may, if liked, be boiled with the linseed. Cider made v...

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. — 13 November 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES- DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. NOV. 13. THE CATTLE INTEREST IN KANSAS 1 be cattle interest in most thoroughly and eompreheisivelT trf teJ in the Thinl Qoar- Irrlr K'port of the 8uic Board ot Agnail t irr, just issued. This report comprise 156 ' Hiving the lstest statistics relating to population, wealih, acreage itl ciop, mete orological data for We quarter, condition of firm animals, orchard, etc. Tneepicial feilure of the volume, ind one upon which niu:h libor and time have been expndtdj ii the presentation of the utile and dairy in errs a. Tte plan pursue.1 in treating thia cut jret baa been to secure from the breeder of the State, and Ifcoie posting experi- ci.ee in Kauus, parent detailing the inelh. ods iiued by tbem, the result of different method of breeding and management, and to condense in the moot compact form the (trattt amount ol information from these beat able to rpealt ioUll'genllr upon the fDij-ct. The brtelirg and treatment ol thomugh'bieda for teef ai...

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. — 20 November 1880

yrf -r,sS DODGE CITY TIMES. O VOL. VII. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, NOV. 20, 1880. NO. 27- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. W. F. MASON, pnTsiciAN ajid suitncosr, DODGK' CITV. KANSAS. Orders may be left -it Fringer Drugstore. KesMrncei-ctitri of new public school house. Leonard Y. LoriDg, M. D. A. S. Chouteau, M. D-, SUKGEOXSNn PHYSICIANS, D9DGI! I'lTV, KAS. Offi:c:s-ii.l Av , u'J .m"ri.r Frlnges'i Dcos Et-ile. OQje iMiur-, oa a-u niiii. MI'BARi:VII.I.K. HA. Ofic-e.il H 31 Cl-i.e-'. l.-'l OEce. OBi,-.-l""r.. .-!. ii 10 j. in. lu3ji.ro. CH.ri!.XlAIi BAKBKIt SHOP. IIENUY KOCH. Proprietor. Sliarios, SUui oii'gunil Hair Cjiitttng done lu UH1 le aaniuu. T. L. McCAETY, M. D. Physician and Druggist. DKAI.KItlN DliUGS, JltDICIXtS. Chemicals Mil iierfumrry, Twlet Cowls, Braeti- H, Sinngrs, Ilje Stuffs, I'.iint. Oils. etc. HER11AX J. FRIXGER, dealee in Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals AND PEKFUMEUT Toilet Goo.U, Brashes, Simnges, Dye Stufre IMl.its. Oils, btc DODGE CITY. KANSAS. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, DInB3AND STOVES....

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. — 20 November 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. fcl'&sCUl I11IIX : i 00 vr Tr, In Adf nrr. NICHOLAS B. KLAINE, - Editoo. LiailT OUT OF DAItKXESS. How swekt It was at davn to tloat Aduwn the iHv( r rivulet; Like IMen Imwer aNire my boat That w lid red rose clustering met. Krtim tenderdawn to fenent main Holt Iris colors ikiUM and jrlowtsl On roeX, and trw, nnd flower fetoon. Thioub uulch the widening riter flowed. rmmnmn toevehmtilcidornn. With nbnck and atrlfu of heat and cold: Cioud harlots dm-a by peetral forms Across the hisainr water rolled. And now, at last, 111 air Is free: The eyeless depth of heal en are dark, I n e ery idrte a horeles tea I M retched around tny t-batlered bark. No help have I f rum tar nr cbrt, Tnim leucon tlreoridinial lielt. And cold and Utter o'er my u art 1 he deadly atera rise and s elL liut lo! a lljrht on oecan't l"enre shines tremulous through rosy mlt. And Hocks with red the throbbing fturjre. And wurms the clo'uds to amethyst. Ala! t-o tempest-tossed was I, mi blinded ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 November 1880

, THE BODGE CITY TIMES. SCBSCBirriOX: tiOOftrlnr, laAdniee. NICHOLAS B. ELAINE, - Editob. NORTH WIND IX AUTUMN. I woKKnt midnight, when the moon was low And eiery star shone strunjrely stilt and eleur: And my heart san within me, love, to hear. Over the lrcathkM earth, that solemn, slow, Jlyi-reriou. warm wind lieirln to Wow. over vast pldins it wanders lifeless, ere. Where no irreen thins: remains; andtomr eir It is the wind of death, Someniffht I know That wind will ie:i voice of utter woe. When 1 lie tarinx out upon the drear. Dead wa-teof lire, whcnjjou arenit. ltutoh. Von .hall not ko alone, and leave mc here! I.ay your dear hand in mino. myloe, and so Let us go forth ttjrtiirr when wo po. .lima VuuU f' Atliiitic JJVmlMtf. THE CLOVERTOPS AT THE SEA SIDE. "Events', Mitcr Barnaby. Evcnin'. sir. 'Light an' come in,' won't ye? Mingles, git Mister Barnaby a cheer. Set ye down, sir. Powerful glad to see vou; was afraid ye'd be gone back to Washin'ton afore'wo come home. Ye wouldn't h...

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. — 20 November 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATUKDAY. NOV. 20. SUJlSCltllTIOX: IS GO per year. In au'vanc-. FT. B.KLAI.-VK.KallloranalPnbllalicr. EnTEKEIJ ATTIIEPoeTOFFICEAT Dcixje City, Ka.vba?, as aEcojiixxAts jiail jtATTEK." Eveivtodv ha. Leard of I'at. Donan, who former!; 'ealiwd a lijalrncal Demrxra-ic jnper it Lexington, Jli-cuii, callcal Tlie Caucasian. Pal., in ihwe day, rj'iila outdid the Oitalima Stitir, lut, taking tl.e Cist elrp law. id knowitilgr, viz, leatiir; LuicgtcD, he hai hince got on laraioulv. II write an article In the Chicago lira, full of truth arid bfatitv, from which we take the folluav irggHilragrah: The in era; and universal revival of hostile fctlini: toward I lie Soulh, which the ir.finile jackai-eiy of lair aniiileluvian lunatic mai q irndint; an Mairmrn liaa brought abiut. Il (ihe toiilh) i the iifjortal region on all GjdV er h to da that lnsao man; natural alvai tagis aid tal's iii-tlf civilize. The North ha azn wn rich and rnaverful. cd lcatel, culturrd and l...

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. — 20 November 1880

' LOCAL NEWS. TIME TABI.E-A., T. An. F. R. K MOING EAST. ras-rngtr HJAA.H. l'js-entr. 1; 53 v x. IrtUhl .... 7ur x Freest .... 7:00 a.m ooita WEST, rasamter. 3-3.1 a.v, raii-nser 3-05 r.x Ireltht ... l-Wp V Frtisht.... 1:13 AM. Winter brolc in upon us rather early. The snow tonn rnado I ho jack rabbits lively. Tbe enow storm Tuesdjy was furious one of tbe worst stoimi for several vears. TIeto is war in tbo ancient .Tuikev; anil there is car declared on tbo turkeis in America. But wasn't that an citreinclv cold soap for Xoveinber. It was tbo veritable, dreaded muter. K. S. Murphy, of Antwerp. O.. was in tbe city Mjnday. lie n looking for a loc ation for a newspaper office. Robert K. Rico and Tho. 1). Uico res turned last Friday with their bndes and will prepare fur housekeeping. Messrs. J. M. liainey and Mr. May of Decatur. III., bavo returned to their licmn much pleaded with their visit to Kansas. A. J. IVicock has opened an ovstcr saloon and lunch stand, south of tlio raiK rojtl tr...

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. — 20 November 1880

Tho pncumajic telegraphic service now in working at Paris has a length of 77,C(K) mctcss, ami is worked by gix stations with steam engines of a total power of 150 horses, one hydraulic ma chine and six hydraulic motors. This service comprises a principal double lino and seven secondary lines, with branches. On the principal lines mes sages arc transmitted c cry three min utes, and on the secondary lines every five minutes. Tho cartes-telegrammes open cost thirty cents, and c'o cd fifty cfnts. The carte-lelegrarome has, it appear-, not yet been much used by the public, but it is hoped that the reduction of the price to thirty cents, made last Hay, will have some effect in increasing the tcrvice. The pneumatic service is to be extended to the annexed com munes of Paris in tho course of the years 1681. ltS2, lSh3 and 1681. The total cost is estimated at l,bGG,000 francs. In I'aris there are G.JSO kilometers of un derground telegraph wires, and meas ures are being taken to extend tho un...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 November 1880

HOSE, FARM AND GARDEN. Early fattened poultry is the most profitable. Waffles. One quart of milk, three e?xs, two tcaspoonfuU of bakinjr pow der, one tablespoonful each of butter and sugar, and flour enough to make rather a stiff batter. Bake in waffle irons. Land in grass should bo protected the lirst year from the merciless tramp ing of stock. In wet weather the grass is much injured, both from the tramping and close grazing. AWLE-UATTEU TcDulNfi. Six ap ples, half pound sugar, three eggs, one quart of milk, llour enough to make a batter. Pare and coru the apples, and stew them till soft. Strain through a colander and sweeten. Make a stiff batter of the flour, eggs and milk; add the apples. liake in a buttered pud ding dish in a hot oveu. Serte with sweet sauce. Mince Pies with Meat. Two pounds of fresh roast beef chopped tine; four pounds of chopped greening ap ples; two pounds of chopped raisins, one pound not cut. une pound of tinely chopjicd suet, one pound of sugar, a quart o...

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. — 20 November 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES-( DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. NOV. 20. JAIL DELIVERY. The La Vegu Oplirof the lOli.giffa tlie folloairg iuformatkn: Thi morning on awakening at dajbrrak the guard at thr jail, rix ic cumber under cotcoiand of Pallo DitsingtifP, found the tvodoota to one ol thectllit and the doors leaJiotf iroin the (ilactU to the riderralk nlde oien. Ufon elimination it waa fuund that the following riforifra had ecaed in the quiet hours ol the night: J. J. Webb, under M-ntenc of d-alh for the killing ol Michitl Ktlliher in thiarily, in last Match; Jawra Allen, alan tenienced lo die for the coll blooded murder ol Jamea Morehrad at the St. Nicholas hon 1 in l.at Match; George DiTidfOi.lhealajer ol Nick Sttibitd, the hack ilriftr, in lt April; William Mullen, Leld on the charge of complicity in the train roliUrj; John Murray, the murderer of a ftllow laborer at n grading camp iirar Ticolote about a Tear aco. and Oeoruc Daria who was held on a charge of tbtft. Kfry family, without excepti...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 27 November 1880

w DODGE CITY TIMES DODGE. CITY, KANSAS, NOV- 27, 1880. NO. 28. vol. vn. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. w. F. MASON, PHTBICIA AND HCBCEOir. DODGE CITT. KANSAS. Orders may be lelt at Fringer's Drug Store. Reside nee south of new public school house. Leonard Y. Loring, M. D. A. S. Chouteau, M- D-, SURGEONS ND) PllYSICIAKS, BODGE ClTV, KAS. OBee: Second Av.,adJ.lning Frlngei's Drag Store. Office hour. day and night. BFEABEVILLB, KM. Office mt II. M. Clark's Land Office.. Office hours, a.untar. 10 a. m. iu-p.ni. CENTENNIAL BABBEB SHOP. HENRY KOCH. Proprietor. Shaving. Shampooing and Hair Culltlngdonem Ike latest bullion. T.L. McCAETY,M.D. Physician and Druggist, DEALElilX DttUGS, MEDICINES, Chemical and perfumery. Toilet Goods, Brush es, Sponges, Dye Stuffs, I'jlnts. Oils. etc. HERMAN J. FRIXGER, DEALER IN Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals AND PERFUMEKY Toilet Goods. Brashes. Sponges, Dye Stuffs l'alnts. Oils, Etc. DODGE CITY. KANSAS. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, DISHES AND STOVES. M. COLLAR 5 Keeps constantly...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 27 November 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. fclBSCEIrTlOJf : (: (Ml Pr Ir, la xdtaart. NICHOLAS U. KLAINI5, - Editok. TJIAXKSGIVJXO. Swfctwrs thTnK' of the robin, Illilbe wns tb.- hum of !h" ! Inthedar when the drift of the blossom Was If iht as llit foaui at the se.c Then deeply wiiftlinrnlhc furrow. Awl raj Ij" thev scattered the we-l. Wh tmted (hut ralu-f.Ul ain't sunshine Woull surely Ie J7icn at neid- Tho rob'n hath Howii to the tropte. The honey-bee llitlelh no mure. The naKT hath irarneredtbohare:t. And the fruit ami the nut are in store. The llimi' hsth died out on the maples, We tread on the loo-e-lv'inir leatcs. And theer)m that was sturdy and i-talwart Is gathered and tumid into sjcaws. And sweeter than music of sprlnir-tlme, And fuller of jubilant lulilh. ArelpeftroniMfded chorals o'ertlowtnir I'mtn hearts where thanksgiving has birth. The eonir c.t the home and the attar. The piadness of children at id i". And the dear love of households united An blendiiur In praises to-day. Tor pasture-lan...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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