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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 14 April 1881

The wife of a clergyman in Pes Moinc, Iowa, has a Minday-schooJ which is not attended by children, as might have been supposed, but by 'business men, professional men and thinkers." The "class has become so large that it had to be tafcen into the body of the church, where " it forms a tmall congregation by itself." m p Jo-aph Burger, of the Minneota lrislaiure, i one of the seventeen men intho I'niltd States who hold a gold i medal for bravery. Of Au-trian birth, , he entered our army at 14, was shot seven times, lo-t his" left arm and most ' of his right hand, and was a captain at IS. He wa sent to the 1-egi-I.ituro at 3 1. He draws SOOOayear pension. ' New Albnny Ledjcr-frt-Hid irtl 1 SrrAKiox ( pernors fcuircsU t!ie men tion of an item we received from Mr. Henry A. Knight, Foreman at Clias. Waters & Co. 'a Governor and Valve Works Boston, Mass.: I have used St. Jacobs 0 1 amonr onr em plojeea and find that it never (alls to cure. The m'n are delighted with the wonderful Sects...

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. — 14 April 1881

LOCAL NEWS. TIJIK jTABI.E-A., T. Ae. f. B.Il. eiOlSO EAaT. I'UMCgtr. 1.30 A.. I'aaeenjttr. IIIOAU. Kniiciant...HH5A al. yreisht 7jo r x J'teljU 3.1a aji C0I5O WfcST. J'nan?er 3.10 A. M, llunpr 2,vrji migrant " 40 A.tu rreitht... l.Jiir.M FnUlit . MS ah. McGlNMS, Agent. CI as Path has returned ficm a trip to Topeka, Next Sunday ie Eteter day. Prepare your speckled, ornamental rgg. Tlie Iraira ere mnnicg on time, and f as serger tiavel wrft i ircrirg. Tie Board ol Ccuniy CcmmisMtners p prured cf a toroter of pi lica ions for aid Mrs. L. A. BcilwKame, of Aurora, III, i visit rg ber e e r, Mr. D. C Kane. She will remain several week", E H Borton has been appcin ed Jus'ice of the IVace cf Dodpe TownsLip, vice W.C. Sbinn, les'gned and removed. Them waa a slight winter spell of snow and chilly wind Mtndsy night ard Tuesdsy We gueis tome of ibe early Tioleta were nipped. Henry Eturni atrived ihia morning from Hot 6prlngs, Ark., where he has been for about til weeks. He Is much improved in h...

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. — 21 April 1881

DODGE CITY TIMES DODGE CITY, KANSAS, APRIL 21, 1881. NO. 49. vol. vn. A 2U Jajis Vt.l,lSS VU-U BAU pereons indebted for subscriptions at this office, with whom the undersigned has no account, will confer a favor on the under signed by Mttling without farther delay. The business of the office Is conducted on a cash basis. Cash is required to purchase piper and pay printers. Fay the printer. The I'ceisjiek. To those who contempltte planting trees in the city, and they are needed in many place', it may be well to know it is bd policy to plant large ones. They cost more than small trees, and are slow to thrive. Their roots do not penetrate the roil as readily as do those of small trees, and the tree tors die downward to the trunk before the roots get a fair stsrt, Tfce Surveyor General of DitoU esti mates that the floods in the Missouri, on the Dakota tide, covered an sggrfgste of 227,000 all in the most thickly settled por tion of the Territory. At least seven towns, having from 110 to...

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. — 21 April 1881

TOT? Tinnf!? OTTV TTTUTPQ l'"at "" belief 'a spring has had its ef lilti JJUiJurti Oil I lJitiXtO.ect upon him. although the vicissi tudes of the late winter have given him 1 an early ami rigidly compul-ory Lent, j which he is trying to terminate just as M'tlstitllTIOSt ipi.OO jwr Tir,lB Uvaarr. Nirjjoi.AS It. KLAIS1", - I'uiTon sosas or sr::ixa. These ar t he Buns of Fprfnr. of sprlrar. tbon mcr of Tnno and Truth, Of silence and of sound. The waters of eternal youth. lonr sought and never found Yet w bo. j c t wbo shall slnff? 1 bese aro I he Hon of sprlnir. Of i-prlntr. the mouth or eomina birth lf all minir iMini Msruln; The lnipirat.on or Ibe earth. 1 he morulas- light of men Vel who, ct wbo shall slntf ? These are the Smijs of s-prinir. i if pnii7, the season of desire. Of y attlon, and or pain; Of beat ail I oold. or rrost And fire. Or sun and wind and rain Yu who, et who shall Blngt THE WILIl OECSE. W hlle the terra once more may break through tboiriay. And the rrot strike so...

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. — 21 April 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES.' SIT.sCElrllOX: fi.00 pf r Tr, In AdMiice. 1 ' NICHOLAS!?. ELAINE," - "Editor VIOLETS. Tbe Pprinjr comes piintlnyup the strath. And Umnllie she's dret. In tender irreen and jrold and white, ttb iolct at ber breat: Itlue woletst ioIei blue! Illue iolets ccnted thruiwhl In loth her hands are lily bells, And underneath herfect Sirmrbutnrmpan.l diy sum; Jf Lit Jreh, and dewy fwetrt. The tilue hy violets ret And netlo in her breast. Tbo birds nro nlmslrijr overhead; 'lb- wovls with tnuic nn: Open thy hipps (tonals. Karth, Crv. "Welcome, losely tprinzl" Spring with hen iolcts Mue! " i Blue, vudt-tssccatcil thruyjrhj O violets hidlnar in the groin, O violet sweet and uy, Ymi hie the sweetness of the earth. Tile beauty of tbe-ky! No b osora fairer blows Till t-umnier brings Uer rose O iolets Fhy and sweet and blue, ;o bide in l.c;la breast; Whisper to ber In fragrant sighs Tbn love I have e mtesu When Spring to Nimmer btows. It brhiirsuur weddjnir rose. TOM. Oh, but it...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 21 April 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. allUKSDAY. APIUL 21. SUOSCIUITIOX: $!0O per year, in advance. It. II. Kl.AlM!. Eilllor and Publlklier. JUINY SEASON. 1 1 would be unwise for Ibe people cf Kin rat (specially ol eas'ern Kansat to p e pre for a "ct muw" timing the coming summer. According to all acsoun the enow in the Kocly Mountain hag b.en psrL'c Inly biary duiing the past winier, and iLi-, according lo the neither tbeDij oflha Timrr, corroborated by the tvjeri- ence ol twecly consecutive yar, always tneans a rainy summer in Knas. As this rule Ins not act iih a eing'e failure in twenty years, it is reason ihle.at Jcat, to believe that it wii! bolJ sco3 this jeir, and that the cooiin j sotumer will he above the avengjin in rainfall. It Jt in addition to ibis tiecry, which experience shows can be relied upon, the gteat freshets in ill the rives, which hive commerced thus unusu ally early in tie moi, niut Btcefsarily ciert a very ippreciaiire iifJu;nce ujoo the weather, in ciuse of the...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 21 April 1881

OBK & RAPER, urnm .CSAT.E AKD RETAIL DEALERS IN General Merchandise & Out-Fitting Goods DBY 600BS, BOOTS AMD SHOBS, FANCY GROCERIES AND QUEENSWARE. """""BOOGECITY. KANSAS. FARMEBS' . AND SETTLERS' STOKE. DODGE HOUSE (THE DODGE CITY TIMES. J 't.''-Ml '- 0 COLLAR, ALT. KINDS MORRIS DEALER DJ Agricultural KEEPS A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF GOODS. ErerjtVng the Fanner wants or needs can be found in his ilore. iffe Implements. Price $2 Per Day. FIRST CLAF8 IN EVERY RESPECT AND FOBTBAKSIENT CCSTOM EXCLUSIVELY, i First Glass Idvery, Feed and SALT STABLE C( CONNECTION ;with thUhoose. Cox & Boyd, Proprietors. HYPEBJON 10 A BATHS. ..r The man who doc sol sarcitis. 1 c Tb.au wbedaa ftaTClUM. W. W. BOBBINS, GREENGROCER. A fall line of GROCERIES on hind, f Ycgctablcs and Fruits OLD AT THE LOWEST LIVING CASH PRICES. And DELIVERED FREE OF CHARGE to all parts f tbo citv. Call and ace me, 3 doors west of Post Office. DODGE CITY. GRAND CENTRAL RESTAURANT, T. J. DRAPER, Proprietor, , MBUK CITr,...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 21 April 1881

WnnmN. Wo wish to make a few suggestions regarding wound. Severe wounds need the attention of a surgeon In cory faiiiily now and then wounds oc cur that need only very little knowledge Mime of healing, and usually prevent the "Counter-irritants." p healing by lirst intention and induce the ., ..... ,T , j""V process of suspuration. Avoid all irri- , Notalittlcpa.n dfcease and slcep- latins substance to the surface of a lessness also, may be saved by the I fresh cut proper unueresnuing ami iva 01 (ruu- Confused wound ia which the sur- ter-irrititnU. A pain.in the head., ami J V.iilin.'.vi .uuii. au ...inn nil. nii , . - , - . - , , , f. i... ii.. (,,:..! t i,.i i.- . often in other parts of the bodv, can ot the proper ways an'd me-ins of dress- ,irl i,itenlion "and so should be dressed ' " re10?11 or modified by putting tho mg. Ilic mother is not only the house physician, but a!o the hon-e surgeon. nnd so should bo familiar with the ait of dressing wounds of all sorts, bniises, cuts,...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 21 April 1881

q W m j nr J - - - j i j i 'i ill i r HOME, Fpx AND HARDEN. j A very sad case, f accidental poi- . i. T7, i I soninjj occurred recently iaCbicago. the -The bulla of the tuberose never cti being "Mbcl 1. HeafonlTtbe 2r bloom but once. -They require a sandy j ,ear.od dau"shter and bnly child of Mr. and Mrs. William Htaford, of -42 North Curtis Street. Mrs! Ileaford was pack ing her trunk, preparatory to leaving the city, and left.a paper containing strych nine in the bottornof it. jLitifo Mabel was playing in tha room, and duringher mother's temporary' absence found the paper and swnlloweiUia portion of the strychnine. She was discovered shortly after, and died in twenty minutes in great agony. The mothe'r became al most frantic from grief, and standing over the dead body rif her beautiful chl'd, she sobbed ont: .".There is my lit tle angel. She was all we had; and her father is away, too, and knows nothing at all about it.' Yesterday she stood in tno uoor throwing- Kisses at mm, ana ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 21 April 1881

LOCAL NEWS. TIBt TlBU-l., T. ). V.B..U. VOIPO EAST. OOlifO VEST. rautnirr. -.S)a.ic. l'sisinfer.. 1.10 a.m. 1'UMHiirr, 11 ZOa.x. raaaeiiger. 2:50 rjc. tn. ;tant.. .100 a.m. rjuiaraot. 7.40 aju. r.Ml 730 r x. rtlht....l30r.M. KreigU 3.10 a.m. rrrfibt.... 1:15 am. J. JlcClNMS. Afrnt. There was a htsy raiu tt Hutchinson snd Surling Sunday night. Jim Hu erson and Charley Boom bare gone wet to grrw ap with the country. The expreaa cumianiei should eqoal'xe tluir rales of changes. Tbere u a bungling management somewhere. Oar inside editor is Join,; tbe Spring song be has caught an infusion of Spring poery. May he survive. A new aidtwaU baa b.-tn laid in front of the I) At, House. We hope thia example will b fclloweJ wherever new board are needed. John Mo'lrr baa completed i successful round-up of his cattle. He raja bia losses will reach about seven per cent. Tbe cattle ate in fair condition. Dr. W. S. Tremaioe, rending in Kaoraa City, and former Peat Surgeon at Fort DjJge, was in tbe cit...

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. — 28 April 1881

DODGE CITY TIMES VOL. Vn. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, APRIL 28, 1881. NO- 50. WESTERS KASSAS TODAY. But a few years since there was what many Ea'tern papers chose to mil 'an improvi dent scramble imo tie wilderness," an the central and western portion of Kansas were termed. This eager ruth followed the "iron trail" as it pushed onwarl in its "hunger for the horizon." For several seasons, and nntil the lst two, what corsidered a rainlew desert, incapable of producing any thing, proved phenomenally rich in agricul tursl results, and received the well earned title of "Granary of two Continent'," "The (iolden Belt," and kindred designations ex prosive of wonderful harvest of cereal'. Then came a rhorl crop elmos'. a f tiliire then another eeaon tint of la't jeir and the howl of "desert," and ''loo fr Weft," became fertile themes in tie papers of rival Legi imate thought was not given to pos sible causes for the eudden aio-taey lit tne term may be ueel), of a region whose prom ies lead teen so f...

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. — 28 April 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. - M IlMKIITIOXi $2.00 prr lear. In Aiitnrt. m NICHOLAS H. KLAIN!", - Kimtoi: 1170 SETS THE FASIlIOSSi Wh'iMlnthern'bl n IM like to know. Vor tholitileoptetKiieHlhtbin oT And are II -y Horklna M wenry while. I drias Ibim-ilvcs tu the Iale lie? 7ht re l Mr. rrlmnwn, who used to bo Tin t r-iiitureofiiiodes!. I'hiii wire birdie lui ii'iwuheirMM 11 till triiuiawllrin;rfs mid furlilowa. And ei ci Ml Hotter up put on airs 1 ti-uetb o.or in lojnie "he wears; And mm fur l iii'Wllim. lcar met A l jininrcatureyou nerrwIHsee, MbnMn. 1'ujipi that dreadful flirt XVmioiiiiirr. he woie but imp plain kirt; llul now 1 notlec. wllh treat urprl-r, Mie h rccral pattern of largest aixe. The I'm hia lmor-thifo lovely bcllei'--llnpioi e their M li-s v the mode com els: And. thong-h eierjbody I loud In their praise, Tfccy no ir d( Irt from Ihcir modest w.ljs. And tbt I'an-y family mu-t bale found Oucell lllirjil-tb wardrolw! llnde, around. For In if-heta and iwtliisof eicry hnde Throug...

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. — 28 April 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SritsroirTlOX: ff.OQprr lur, ! tiltairr. NICHOLAS I!. KLAIXE, - Editor. OXLY A LOCK OF JJAIK. lthnnzht from IleleyJane to Meat One jruMen turl nwiiv. Tii plate It next ray throbtlnj heart, Anil wear It nUbt nnI ilar. An I -o, whilst she In clumber lay, I tole Ik.-! ie her 1 hair. AmlreiltHsl in hanil iueestacy 'lotmuhhtr iihinlnir hair. Hut ih ho "hull I tell the tale? r'tonluT mv II tsej's heal. One newm nt, an-1 that wealth of curl Mo-t uil lt'U) hail Ileil. In sheer aUrnrht I scn-une-l, Alast Wh it Mo loo worse In in If" .n I Iktsey J inejmt then awoke. Ami piereeil me with bircte. t )h. loi e." erleil I. " pra j what Is this 'I hat lies upon thelloorf" Cno I she. III raxe "III irnne. rash man. Awl eo ne here n ermore!" Vounr men. jounir m n, take my a'Hice: Whiitlertle 3 on do, Don t sttalulutW f iroMi n hair, Lestjoulheactsniul liue. -ili7l'a MftK'u. great, black, greasy iron kettle that meat had been boiled in. and that had been left unwashed and gummy wh...

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. — 28 April 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY, APRIL 2. SfJilSCIlIirriON": 2l rftir, In advance. N. K. KLAINK.Ealllornnd Publisher. WJSTER WHEAT. The Topeka Commonwealth baa collided a number of reports cf tbe prospects of the crop of sinter wbeat in Kansas. Barton county is tbe banner count in tbia region. We (elect tie following rejwrt from D. X. Ileizer: Tbe wheat crop in tLis portion of tbe At kansaa valley is secure beyced a doubt, anil gives promise of s large yield nJ a succese lul nop. Tbe recent raita and Harm weather have put it in fine gronirg condi tion, ard lale sown field tbat appeared to be injured bcfoie ale coming out all right, 1 have lued litre ten years, and have rover seen a finer pre eject at tbia season of the year. The warm weather, a strong current cf moisture and clouds frrm tbe gulf, which accumulate into showers of rain, tad we ccn&rienlly eaj tct a very succcsslul season for Kansas. Tbe Onerle correspondent writes: Since warm weatber pet in wbeat i show...

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. — 28 April 1881

V .ft. LOCAL NEWS. ( ti7uTt.abi.k-a., t. a . w. b b. ni,r. KiaT- Fuwcgtr.. ISO A.M. 1'aSeengtr. 11 30A.W. Emigrant 10:15 A., might ! r.u Freight 3.10 ajc. coixa wxst. rMin:cr..3:10A.v. 1'assengrr. fcM rj. hml?rant..7:0 A.m. freiibt....li30r.M. rreleht.... 1:15 AM. McGlNMS, Agrnt. Another thunder storm Sunday evening. There Was a heavy rainfall The rainfall lat week repor'ed by the Signal officer, was 1.C2 ioche. A number of cattlemen ate in thecilj. We notice V. L. Driektll, Doc Day and oilers. The farmers in Ford county are in a high state of Ecod feeling. Ktver before d.d tbey eee euch glorious prtvpec a and to much rain in April. D. W. Rsighaid has cld H ranch in Clark county to Che. Kaufholu, well known etockmao. Mr. Rcigbard ha re turned to thia city. The City Council of Sidling ha pawed an ordinance reiuiring property bolder to plant treej. In another year Djrfjre Orj will take this advanced 'ep The revised ordinance in regard to oily licensee appear in this i-eur. All license...

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. — 28 April 1881

Handhold Dljcoterlet. Itecause a girl dreSscg showily it is not nccessary'to suppoe that she is extravagant. Because she is extrava gant, it does not follow that she is heartless. Extravagance may bo the result of unwise training ignorance of the value of money, social inexperience, unlimited income. Show anil gaety may exist with heroic traits. Even that n liich is called coouetrv and flirt ing is often but the development of ujrils menial unllijiicv. social tact ami tin: i0 her to curtail in the one. let him curtail in the other. And when she has suited herself to his exigencies, his practice , shall not give the lie to his theories. lie shall not compel her to make her i own gowns, and then lavish his ad miration on his neighbor who imports all her dres-es from Paris. '1 here is not the smallest use in exhorting wives to stay plain and sober at the foot of the ladder, if husbands are to bo forever hovering around the gav plumed who are twittering at the It docs not signify how mu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 28 April 1881

. HOME, FARM AMI GARDEN'. fAttiworo-Chronldftj - , I Crry th Jt.wa. -Ejrrs lor hatchinj: should not be jir. John Etzcnsperger, manuiactorln more thin two weeks old. I Jewrler of North Attltboro, Mass., lately Cookies One and a half cups of ' rommuclcatea to us the following: I .uttered so much with paln In my arm, that ml times I iu completely helpless. I used thtt la comparable remedy St. Jacobs Oil and was completely curel as If by maslc. m Sats Aaron to Mosea'I'Te got trichinosis P fiaiMo-es to Aaron, "You shouldn't pork lare on lTt I'uitc A. Dctn.lt Post and Tribunal I kite a Utile jrirl, .aid .Mr. lirnry Dole, of this city, hi a conversation, who was troubled with a severe I ruenrts in her legs, pronounced br ome Erysipelas by others Rheumatism. 1 hail tried ereral remedies without effectf when I, was Induce! to apply Sc. Jacob's Oil, and I am happy to say that the use of but one bottle cured her, and she Is now able to goto school again. The front gates shudder at the near ap ...

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. — 28 April 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. FROSTIER LIFE. The remote ttitioca oo Ibe railroads are the life ol Ibe tweet rcected gentry. These vultures aDd blood-tockera ir.fm tbe town of Drmlcg, N. M. A correspondent of Ibe KacMK Citj Journal write: Two young Englifhmeo, touritf, bound overland Tia the A., 1. s b. r. line, ar ritei at Peminz, and while awaiting tbe Southern Pacific connection for sn hour or two desired to hare a little evoling t tack rabbit which they had notices in the town of box cara and tents. They found no dif bcultj in boi..mng two shotguns from a tent owner, and nail fairly enterd upon their spcrl when two mounted mm, armed wiih Winchester rifle, apiwared and de uiiiidtd a CMition of Loititiiira and immi diate surrender; terun which were at once accepted. lheyatK turned over two gold watchia, $200, their jtwrlry and their sl.ot gucs. The horsemen rode off, carrying all the above with them. The Eogli-li bloods returned to the town and at once notified the owner of the guts of tbe...

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. — 5 May 1881

DODGE CITY TIMES vol. vn. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, MAY 5, 1881. NO. 51- MAD LOGS. Every newspaper we pick up contain en account of the ravases of mail doc?. Some of the influential newspipsrs liave taken up the suHect of the extermination of all ueles canine,?. Thia would seera a proper way of petting rid of a nuisance. There are many valuable and useful dog", hut there are thou sands of dog of no practical account In Dodge City there is a wi-e provi'ion for rid ding the town of the dog nuisance. People who have dogs that they.deem of ue and value are psying the dog tax; and the use less curs that are Jeft uncollarcd are bung di'patcl.ed by the city marshals. This ex- terminition will probably save our citizen from the danger of the mad dog. The fre quent reference to mid does in th newpa pers leads us to believe that the rabies have become epidemical. e have a case of mad do" bite that baa come to our knowledge within the past week. A young lady in this city recti veil the fail news tha...

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. — 5 May 1881

HE DODGE CITY TIMES. I1M TiniOV. i.i0 .,r lr, in Uiini-c I( IIOLAS It. KLAINH, - Editou "Al'MLLE." She walk ! Across tlio flc'ds, Ice-bound, l.lkc some pbt'.punnv hint of inii2. Ami sto ipinif suddenly, she found a loiei a oaimy mm?. Which ibunucd-be chilly livkt of day Intlltiwt-et Apillle" canes that way. Tbey kniw f jch other, ffirl and llower; lhic wiimiifuhtUc Utnd tetwtcn; And 1 bad walke.1, that very hour, 'ibe Ileal!, and had no -lIel won; I'jtr me th whiter Ian l-cje lsy All Moa-omh-sa and lilatk and gray. They V new in not, blue llower, blue eye-: rhe carele-. pas..i tnewncn we met: Tbe Under jrlHiM-e whleh I would prli Auove an iniuins tnc lioie lleeelled. and I went on mvwar. Coiii anloned with tho chcerlesii day. ' Prom wintry day blue .lolets Rhrink; 1'rotu wintry live blue eyes will turn; I Anil etU Phe, 1 MiRH'lilIlt-4 think. Could amlle i me wltb fcweet concern, ' One life no like thU wintry d.ij- . ou:u fpnnjr-llme oc lor ayo nnci rye. f. II. JJuocrfjoH. in f fina'...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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