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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 19 May 1881

HOME,. F,VBJI AM) KAUBEX. ! The Swiss are not a little exercised A decoftion of strong soap-suds from their country is rapidly assuming, with tob.-u.co Moms (the muro tobacco The gathering of 1,000 emisranU m the,Jictter) will exterminate thefW iiasle the other day has excited con spidcr and all other insects from all fment aDi we aro tojj that ..almost ..1 . . ..l AI. ..!... . itl. ,1.. 1.r r-Ii .1.,. .... daily bands of emigrants are pa westward from the Fatherland." asgmg One writer "-ays that when an emigrant was asked, "Aru you, too, leaving us?" the answer wa, " Yes: there is nothing for me to do at home." This answer has been made the text for leading articles, in v, hich the Fe lcr.il Council U called upon either to take measures to remote, if' possible, the cause of the emigration, or at all events to guide it in such a way that the emigrants may not be entirely lost to Switzerland. pi tuts and shrubs w ithout the slightest danger ol injury. As soon as the leatcs of the cur...

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. — 19 May 1881

! THE DODGE CITY TIMES. Tbe hail Silorday evi ning did hd dam age to grnlrg trees tid garden (rock. Clark Cbipmau nas received m band war, 00, wbiih can be used fur eitbtr Iransfer or omnibus. - 8. B. Williams wss io the ci'y Monday. IIi aje tbe heavy raioa will make a clean wool clip. The Wealein Kareaeparagrsphers are by tbis ticie relurnif g from a trip Io Deming, wLere tLey cod .uLt ei joyed cartes soup. Drs. W. F. Masun and Samuel Gellagher are in Lis Vrgss, and aie engaged in min ing rrieculatiori. A card from Dr. Mason in forms that I is prospect, are good. D. K. Ilu'irr, whota spprii'irg Ibe rail road lands in the western part of tie State, was in the city Issl Friday, lie gate us a cordial invitation Io vi-it hi camp. The new miller at the Djdge City Flour- in mill it miking an excellent quality cf flour. e have Irtrd tLe flour and it cannot be excelled ly ary flour niannractured in the West. t Miixixeby and Notioks, a fine etocl jaat received by Mrs. Frethour, which shelf ...

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. — 26 May 1881

' DODGE CITY TIMES SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., MAY 26, 1881. NO. 262. fc DODGE HOUSE Price $2 Per Day. FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT AXD FOR TKAKSIEST CUSTOM EXCLUSIVELY. First Class Livery, Feed and SAI.K STAIII.G IV CONVECTION with this honse. Cox & Boyd, Proprietors. .GREAT WESTERN HOTEL. S. GALLAND, Proprietor. Sooth side of the Railroad, DODGE CITY, KAX9A GOOD SAMPLE ROOMS FOR COMMER. CLVL TRAYELERS. So Liquor Sold on the Prenisa. B ClURGEi HEAHOnlBLe. LIVERY STABLE ATTACHED. WEIGHT HOUSE, WALTER STRAETER, PROPRIETOR. HAVING OFESLD THE IIOCSE WITH EVERYTHING SEW, i I INTEND TO KEEP AS GOOD A HOUSE IN EVERY RESPECT AS CASBEEOVSD IS THESTAT& Terms, $2 Per Day. WORTHLESS DOOS. We notice a few worthless dogs sneaking around yet. The Kinsley Graphic haa put on war paint and goes for dogs. It says: We hare urged on our eopIe to kill the worthier cum in thin town and county be fore we bare to reiort the death of some of our citizens from the bite of a msd dog. It is an unexpl...

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. — 26 May 1881

: m THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SCIWIilHWM i.HpT 1r, U IJmrc NIHiOLAS K. KLAIN'i:, - Kihtocj AH UXF1XISIIED SONG. V. he was wen-nhrb irone and ncarhls rest; The jear could not renew hlra: nor the cry Of bulldim- iilrhtliiinlcs about tb net: Nor that soil f rcsnucass of tbo ilay w Ind's sbjta That fellliclorethcirflrdenacent.and died I let wMiilh" ampler leafage of tho tree.; All these he knew not. lyinjr opened-cyod. leep in n dream thai was not pam nor case; Itut death notjd. Outfldeawoman talked Hi. wife ibewdi wbo-0 clicking needle, sped To laded phraea of complaint that balked My rlslnjr wordsofconiforu Uicrbead, A eaire that bun? amid the Jasmine slars Trctnblc-I a little, ami a blo-om dropped: Tbeu note came pouring through the wick er Iwrs Cllmlfd half a rapid aro of aonjr, and stoppi-d. Is it thrush?" I asked. "A thrush," ahe said. "That was Will-" tune. Will taught him that befuro He left tbo doorway settle for hi bed. Mck a you see,nni couiuu i icainoim more. 14 HeM hrlnjr his I...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 May 1881

THE DODGE CITfiffis' KlliXlRITIO: ?i.OOr V fir, In Unpicr. bfAttW-4&iTOII MCHOL THE STOPPJSG OF THE CLOCK. Stini?ujTall4Ue InsMntanenti calm. The pud Ion ile.ice in inv chamber enull; I, t jrlinz. lift my hriil In half alirni The t lot b.n flopped that's all. The clock has stopped Vet why have I s round n intant fccllnir alrmwt like dismay? W hy note It lionet' wxiatTtiin It sound? Inrithastkked aildrfi. J y Si miy n lifeltfHlo invown jruon, And such -ompanl n-hip unheeded Lcep; Corapanlon-hlp rce ivcoKdiwl iHlffone, And lost In sudden s!ep. And wt ho Mewinp Heaven daily axants Arcinthlr lory co'iini'inncm ftirt; A e little need wlmt nunweretU our ant Until it luswcn iuU A - A stntnurm" falleth on famlHar ways As If "MimcpulM; were mno hojond recall Fouitthfiuc unthjught of. linked with all our da) -" Some i lock ha stopped that's all. Uoryc II. ViHtr, tit WmUi Gfiajxinfon. m TOKXAWlES, HAILSTORMS A.ND ' r WATERSPOUTS. ' At tliis season of the year, when storms of limited area a...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 May 1881

i THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. MAY 28. fiUnSCUIITION : I m per jur, in advance. If. M. KUHIE.SdlUrudrablUktr. SUBEI' IX KANSAS. The remarkable increase of sheep railing In Kiuiw, Lai given rue to Ibe intiodnc- tioa of fact and figures concerning thu im' portsnt branch of induatry. It ia estimated that there are 1,000,000 bead of abeepio Kaiuaa, one for every mao, woman and child within the border of the state. Tbia proortion ia not maintiined by any of her aialer elates, and conaidennj a xe and popu Iilion, and the abort time in which the re ault tiaa been accompiiehed, it baa nercr been excelled by any country in the world. The Dumber of sheep reported bj Ibe de partment of agriculture at Washington, for Kan-aa in 1870, wi 109.088, with a valua tion of S230.175.CS. The number decreased lightly in the fire following yesrs.slthough the valuation waa conaiderable increased. From 1875 to 1830 there waa a steady in crease, and therein no doubt that the growth of the bui i...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 May 1881

LOCAL NEWS., TIME TABI.E-A.. going xast. l'assengrr lJOi.ll. rasrtnper 11 45 r.w. tmicrunt ..lvULa riisht lUti r.u Freight . S.1U AOt T, A S. F. B. R. GOIXU WX1T. ratacnjrer. 3:10 a. u, Fasjenpr. SiV) r.x. Emigrant. 7:40 A.m. freight... liieir.K. Crtlilil.... 1:AM McGINMS, Agntt. See notice to Cattlemen in the Fan lUn die. It did tot rain Sundry lat, although il sprinkled acd threatened terribly. The Kocteeter pill man is trying to get free advertising. Bat he can't comet over us. Col.W. K. Co.cord brought in a lot of fine bulls last week, which he di'poeed o( to stock men. The children of DoJge City will hold. a pic nic on Friday, June 3rd. A point west of the city will likely be selected. There was a rainfall of 11.53 inch at Dodge City durisg tliice weeks in May, 1881. Put lhat away for future rcferetce. II. Fleming and Thus. O'Laughlin, fnrm- er residents ot Dxle City, both now of Mo beetie, are flonri-hing in their new homes. Emanuel Dut,b, a former citizen of Dodge City, ia do...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 May 1881

p- Sccplu? the Mind In Order. A rnsty engine, a hoat covered with barnacles a rickety plow, a cranky wind-mill, a creaky water-wheel, each of these illustrates the condition o( a mind that is not kept in order. It is imKHsil)l; to get a fair amount of work out of either of them. Irregular ac tion always indicates disorder or dis ease. Von cannot rely upon a pump that will sometimes firing water and sometimes not. A man who works only when he feel? like it is apt, after a while, to give up working altogether. Those who accomplish much in this world do it by keeping their minds in order. How is this effected? 1. I!y working sisltmaticatly. It is a very had thing for one to get in the way "of working hap-hazird putting everything off to the last minute, trusting to the inspiration of the mo ment, when tho inspiration may noi como ' running for luck;" when the work ouciit to have heeu methodized and digested in duo reason. No man is sure to succeed who has not fixed habits of lalwr. Whe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 May 1881

piockford(IU.)HElstr.l rll Asalaat a Sharp Edj. ThU Is 1 umljliea by Mr. Wm. Will, J013 Frankford ATe., Philadelphia, Pa.: Some lime loce I rccelTtjl a levere Injury to my back, by falling azalnst the sharp td je of a marble step, the stone penetrating It at least a halt-inch, and learinj a very painful wound. After mUtrine for a time, I concluded to apply St. Jacobs Oil, and am pleased to say that the results exceeded myi expectations. It speedily allayed all pain and swelling aud by continued ue, made a perfect cure. I really think it tbe most efficacious liniment I crer used. A mis who rises by his profession a build er of elevators. Chambersburgh (Pi.) Herald. After Tain'y.spendin live hundred dollars for Btber remedies to relieve my wife, I have no hesitation in declaring, that St. Jacobs Oil will cure Neuralgia, says L V. B. Hersom, Esq., (of PinkhamA Hersom.) Boston, Mass., an enthusiastic lndorser of its merit Trie fellow who was much struck byayouns; lady wanted to return a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 May 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. There itill be an abundance sf wild fruit Ibis year grapes, currants and plume. Tbe Israel s in Ford countj will collect tome of the product" of thi year aod make an eitibil at lb State Fair. A It ge lot ol LurtLem cattle loandej-up south of tbe river, stampeded laal week, and tte round-up will bale to be, gone oyer again. Tte Dodge City Times this week enters upon i'l sixth year. Tl?e Times Is a go:d lixal ar. Gould Fioneer, Greenwood county. An interesting article en " Tornadoes, Hail orraii and Waterspouts" appears on one of tbe irside pige of this paper. The art! cle i" credited to tbe Scientific American. Tbe La Vegaa Optic repoits ilie Kansas excursion editors: " Lloyd Sbinr, Dodge City Globe, wife and daughter," is ennoanc e I. Lloyd is to be congratulated. Found a wife and baby. List week we m fix young antelope gal' losing over the prairie one mile north ol town. They ruade a circuit of onf plantation and did not apar as wild as tbeolder ante lcp We ap...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 June 1881

fcJ Cj y ? I a CM DODGE CITY TIMES. SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., JUNE 2, 1881. t NO. 263. vJ DODGE HOUSE Price $2 Per Day. FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT AND FOR TRANSIENT CUSTOM EXCLUSIVELY. First Class Livery, Feed and SALE TABI.K IX COXXKCTIOX witli IMs hou.e. Cox & Koyd, Proprietors. GREAT WESTERN HOTEL. S. G ALLAN D, Proprietor. South side of the Railroad, DODRE CITV, KANMA GOOD SAMPLE ROOJIS FOUCOMMER. CLVL TRAVELERS. Sgu X Liiptor Soid on the Premises. "3 CIIABCEM IIKiMOSABtf. LIVERY STABLE ATTACHED. WRIGHT HOUSE, WALTER STRAETER, PROPRIETOR. - haying ofexed TnE uocsc with KYEIlYTItlMG MEW, I INTEND TO KEEP AS GOOD A HOUSE IN EVERY RESPECT AS CAX BE FOVSD IX THE STATE. Terms, $2 Per Day. H.M. CLARK, Notary Public and Justice of the Peace, SrEAItKVII.I.K. KASHAS. Particular attention civi-n to business in tLe V. S. Land Office. Collections ironiitlj- attend ed tO. N. B. ELAINE, 1S0TARY PUBLIC, DODGE CITV. KANSAS. OEes In the. Dodste City Times office. HERMAN J. FRIXGER, DEA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 June 1881

I .. ; -, -. not to make marriage the chief aim of THE DODGE CITY TIMES. tf.e,r existence. It sometime-; mem. as , if it would lie an excellent thiug to re- nm, ,,r t,u .- j , -ircllSca! her birth. If she was destined to marrv MCIlOl.AS li. h-LAl.Nh. - l.DlTon ; joaiig. she jnijrht devote all her lime t-j domestic tiuues ami learning nous JAMES T. WELDS' LAST POEM. icorr-ii'n rrrmox. Kind traveler, do not pass ma by. And thus a poor old dojr forsake; Hut stopa tnoaicnton jojr way, And hear my wo, for pity's fake! i!y name 1 Itnver: yonder house wh once my home for many ft scar. Mv ma!crlaX'l me: every hand Cares! youn;r Hover, far an 1 near. The children rolMiKin my tiatk. And cnotd bmrtny praises sitnsr; With Joy I licked their prcltv feet. As round my sbairzy aides they clunir. I watched them while thy p!ai ed orslept; I trar1heiiall I bsdtoirivc: Mystrrntlh was their from mom till night; 1'oronly Ihem I cared to lli'n. Xov I im.iiM. and Mind, and lame. They've turned me out to di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 June 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SrCNCnmutXt f.OOptr Inr, In .Ut.oiv. NICHOLAS B. KLAINK, - Editoii. TO AXXIE. At Sea, March 31. Mr Lovr: This hilt f March arrives while I sail imi mid-ocean's rB.ro: Vet is ill I -'nsr. tho' storm-wind drives. The birthday of I he bet of wives. Whose aye - well, never mind her age. Vounx April's lolly stands next door, Contra-iinir with the wisdom sajre Of Mnn-h's queen, born just It-fore. Who-e virtue-and whoso el limsouteor Ilerjcars but 111 not tell berate. At sweet sixteen she causr.it my heart. And shut it fast In Cupid's care: for three and I went v rear her art Has pi ijed for me the mi-dress part: so. not for world-i I'd name her axe. When "he was but a trentie maid. Her life to mine she did cninure: Then bevcuteeu springs had crowned her head Now, twenty-two more Junes have fled Hut hold! I must not breathe her ajro. The child-wife of heroic mold At nineteen years met pnrentae: Two llttlo ones have joined o-ir Told. Nnw, clirntet-n. twenty summers old...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 June 1881

i ! THE DODGE CITY TIMES. UODGE C1TV. TUESDAY. JUXE 2; SI HSCUllTION 1 1 t j yar, iu adtance. .( It Kl.AI.M:.fcilllor liinll'llMLlirr. WOICTJIX OFATMiXTIOX. ToriKA, ICas., May 21, 1881. Dear Sir: The fcuts Fair to lie LeM at Tojuki, Sieit. 12 h to 17lh afords id oppor tunity for bou Ii-Ceolral aad Soulhwwt Kanai Iu relncJe l.r Iot reputation, anl place More a Iire r,uniUerof itora from Eirteru (tales cvidcixe ol ber wott-er(ul re source.. Kam-ai Ilea been injured in repu tation by the liun tropa of last eeaaon. The no.Id .Loaid Lnow of the fine ooe with hich rlie i now being favored. Tlie dis- pi it made at the Cenlei nial paid a similar cm nr a Letter one at tbe 8 ate Fair tbia fall will alra par. Can we depend jour co-o entioa to secure material with which to make a dwnlaj. We want gtain of H kind, net bf tbe bamlfu!, but bj tbe wtg on loid. We wnt all Lind ot vegetable", ah kibda of fruit, all Linda of grawc, wild and taiu poiuen of timber growth, min eral reroutcee building eton...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 June 1881

Wi &r LOCAL NEWS. TI9E TiBLE-1., T. A- 8. F. ft. K. OOISO XJUT. . GOCIO WBI. rasMnger.. ISWa.m. Iassinger..J:10.a.i. raMeanr. 12 43 r.u. Passenger. MO rjt. EniIi:rant...lO:15Jl.. Emigrant. iOAjn, freight 3:10 aji freight... 1:15 am. s J. McGlNMs, Agent. We are havirg splendid weather for wheat and grace. Monday was a showery day. It was a growirg day. The Ford county District Court will meet cext Tuesday, June 7th. The Herald says the shipment of liquors to Hutchinson has increased since the lt oi ' May. Monday was generally observed as Deal . cation day strewing fbwers over soldiers' graves. The pic nic for school children will be held on Duck creek to-morrow. People generally are invited. A Lyon county man recovered S 5 dama ges lor the Io of a fice theplmd oig. The sid dog was maliciously ho.. There was a roikMl f 13 incurs during the month of May. The rainy month will long be remembered. Billy Arlington, the fatuous minstrel, is coming tbu way. Mr. Arlington performed in thi...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 June 1881

! Sctjilrttilc' First Kouiance. A Vienna correspondent writing o! tlio nutria! of Rudolph and Stcpha uio, says. A curious story was whis pered in court circles last nifjht, and is repeated again thi) nviming, perhaps with embellishment-). It relates to the smlclen outburst of rmotion by the rrinccss Stcpliauic at the critical mo ment of her marriage yesterday, and (rives as tlio explanation of that f ensa tional incident a .story which sounds like romance, but which, its relators ailinu, i correct in every essential par ticular, liriclly told, it is this: the l'rinee-s had been carefully, perhaps too carefully, brought up in secliis-ion IjV her nareuts. andshc km constantly watclieil over with great solicitude. She very rarely saiv anything of tlio world outside hcrovvn homo;. ami her visit to 1'arn with her father at the time of the !atu exposition was the first and only occasion on which sho had visited any capital save Urussels. Hut whild at l'aris, by an accident or tliroii'rii ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 June 1881

Miniature Irrigation. Frequently persons have but limited space, but a plenty of time to attend to a few vines, such as cucumbers, melons, strawberries, etc, which by caro can bo made very productive, and some little device for suitable irrigation, will pro duce" magical resulta. An old barrel, which will hold water and which is not saturated with any ajent injurious to vegetation, set down in the ground, the top level with the surface, is a piolitic place to plant a hill of cucumbers. Fill the barrel half full with boulders, peb bles and gravel, then fill up the balance with strong, well-rotted manure and rich soil, well mixed. Plant your cu cumbers in this, and keep the barrel half full of water, or to the top of the rocks and gravel, and more cucumbers can be raised from this than from a quarter of an acre of ordinary soil parched by the sun and winds of our summers. The same is the case with melons. Another good war is to make a rich mellow hill, by spading in rich manure eighte...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 June 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. ( IIT GES- l-Caldwel!, Kas. Dodge City, Kas. Fort Griffin, Try I7.al u at Six rf the Lear. WnU'j lima, i " -wl The Lwvcnworth Weekly Times is un- I YfaTCTr. T A TPirWO "HT A TT1T Graea u lusver at pit-sci-l tbia al any time Itjcir, Fof C Ji. OiLc, 01 Hutchinson, wm in the c:lf tt week. Tfce Pro'csor i a tine mo aicisn. The sverace man will rejoice that lc $an sty hell emphatically. Tin! low Lible vtr lon gifts u Inde lor hell. Two ueii, who were rcntly bitten by mid dog tear Great Bend, lure died. It i another iwtince of th impoteneyof the Santa Fe mid stone. Fori Hays U now gtirisoned by two coin panie. of the Tenth Icfantryk They ic.ll likely comprise it inuater roll for (he sum nur. . GD.Grm' railway contract his leo p proved by the Mexican eorgrea', and he and Mr. Kid having ben successful ia securin the tavorof the fovcrnniert lor iheirKheme ate coming home. Hie bolele are toler-ibly well filled. Dodge City has amile l.o'cl accuinmodaticni'. Tli'ie are foj...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 June 1881

sA DODGE CITY TIMES u SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., JUNE 9, 1881. NO. 264. DODGE HOUSE Price $2 Per Day. FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT AND FOR TRANSIENT CUSTOM EXCLUSIVELY. Pirst Class Livery, Feed and hAI.K S.TAHI.E I.V CONNECTION with this houe. Cox & Boyd, Proprietors. GREAT WESTERN HOTEL. S. GALLAND, Proprietor. South sido of the Railroad, DODGE CITV. KANSA GOOD SAMPLE ROOMS FORCOMMER CLVL TRAVELERS. gU So Liquor Sold on the Ycraiscj. "t33 CIIABCCH REASONABLE. LIVERY SrABLE ATTACHED. WRIGHT HOUSE, WALTER STRAINER, ' PROPRIETOR. HAVING orESED THE HOC3E WITH EVEUVTIIIXCJ SEW, I INTEND TO KEEP AS GOOD A HOUSE IN EVERY RESPECT AS CAN BE F OU.YD IS TIIE STA TE. Terms, $2 Per Day. IHPHOVIXG STOCK. WIXDS ASD STORMS. A number of the cattlemen in the Pan I The Leavenworth Time note, aa pecu- Handlesnd Western Karsis are steel in; I liar feature of the present season, the gentle their ranches with improved thoroughbred manner in which oar storms come op. For H. M. CLARK, Notary Public ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 June 1881

I, THE DODGE CITY TIMES. ?;S;??tZ MTAlRirriUti $;.00.rr lf.tr. In JdriBfr. - - ' NICHOLAS -I!. KLAINE, - EniTOit AUF WIEDEHSEHEK. The square in which is silua cJ tlio Eiclnnire presetits a line appearand-, ' lieinir built wilh s inie semblance of regularity and containing tlie abodes of the Consuls anil rich foreign residents. i This quarter assumes lie liv liest and most picturesque appearance during j the busy hours o' the dav. when Arab, :s KEuoitr or jAutit t. iikum. i Moor, J uric, irrank anil Jew meet m t'ntllar imet matin' That Isthe tneanlni? ' tills the principal mart of the northern t tjbarmilnrnnl.tlhv men repeat ' coat of Africa, where are to be found "AtartYuiiilrn" biitVb death Intervenes ' all the products of this magnilicent but ucims 118 asunder wiln what ceaseuss palu Wewait fortbc,frainI Tbe friends wbo leavcus ilo not fed tbeeor row Of laitimr. ns we-fw Icwb'imust ctar I alncntitnrdaf I rday. And knowifiu'.when wewakouponthemorrow, Wesbaltno: Mild lnlt4MccusUimt....

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