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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 11 August 1877

..'i. J4-C-J- v ' v: DODGE ; CITY "TIMES: VOL. m. DODGE OITY, KANSAS, AUGUST 11,1877. NO. 13. THE DODGE CITY TIMES. 1'iniLISIIEII EVEKVSATCP.IIA V 1! W. C. & LLOYD SHINIf . Jnbseriptlon, 92 GO jer Annum In advance OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Conntjr. itepresentativc R. M. Wright, coramisuoners A. J. rcacocfc. Chairman. A J. Anthony, Chirles Itath, ixunty Clrrt Tno. I). Means. Treasurer V. 11. Webster. I'oromr Dr. S. Gallantl 'lurilT Cliarlw E Jtas-ctt. ltegister lames Lanton, l lerk District Court Harry fioyer. I'robale Jlide Herman J. Krlnger. Iounty Attorney U. W. .ultou. urvjor II. T McCarty Sup't Tub. Inst. Tboma3 L. McCarty. Clly. ' ' T Mayor Tames H. Kelliv. Councilroen a Hon. n I. Coliey. Oeo. it. Cox. CM. Ileeson. John Newton, K. J. Leonard. Attorney and clerk E. KColborn. 1 reasurer Charles II. chuU l'nllc. Judze Hon. 11.31. rrost. Marshal-L. E. Deger. Townfcblp. Trustee V. I.. IUatty. Clerk Chas. !I. Schul. 1 rwMiirer Ilriirr Niess. Justices. Samuil Marshall, D. E. Jlaldvfin a...

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. — 11 August 1877

THE Tl'MES. W. C. SHIgir, Fnbliikr, DODGE CITY, - - KANSAS. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Pergonal Mid Litrrmry Aluxandrr II. Stephens's health has so far improved that lie promises to pay the people of Atlanta a' visit soon. IiUhop Vail, of Kansas ; Bishop 1'cr ry. of Iowa, and Bishop Stevens, of l'cnimlrania, are sojourning in Colo rado. Dr. Holland has lrought an island in the St. Lswrcnce, and named it Ilonny Castle. He intends to build aSwi'scot tage ou It. Gen. Joe Johnston and Senator Cockrell will attend the fourth annual encampment of the Soldiers' National Reunion, at Marietta, O., September 4. The " Inland Club," of Chicaso, is an orcaniKition formed by a number of the literary ladies of that city, Miss Charlotte bmith ol the Jnlar.a Magazine, bcinsr the ireidin2 ireniua. Anions the members are Miss Annie Kerr and Mrs. Margaret Sullivan, of the 7Vnic, Mrs. Virginia Fitzgerald and Mis Alice Ilobbins, of the Inter-Ocean, Mrs. Ded erick.of tne i'oa, Mrs. Hubbard, of the Tribune, Mrs. W...

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. — 11 August 1877

TO OOUBKRHam All communications (or this naner ahonM h accompanied by the name of the author, not necessarily tor publication, bnt as evidence of couuuuuionineriarc ot roe writer, write only on one side of the paper. Be particularly careful In giving names and dates, to have au Kttera or ssures plain ana oisunct. AMERICAN CLIMATES. The IHftVrrnt Kind of Weather We Get On This Continent The Warm Places and the Colt! Places Isotherms and Things. From the Cincinnati Commercial. The vast etcnt of territorial domain occupied by the United States gives to itagreateraricryof climate than that et any other single country on the globe While there are countries whose terri tory stretches over more degrees of lati tude in :i continuous line, there are but one or two approximating it in the breadth of its domain from east to west, measured b degrees of longitude. Nor is there any which affords by differences of elevation and confonnation of land and water greater elements of climatic changes. T...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 11 August 1877

t.ornl Urclille. J.i.caica Ginger al Slor.Ti'i. Kr- J'josr at HadUcr A. Draper's. , in- Ko)si to lent. Aj-jily at this office:. Horns Collar's new building is a credit to tbeciti. The first waier-nielloris armed ia tliu ciiv to-d iv. Bat Mancrsou paid tho Ctmcroa rancbe a visit Ihi-i neck. A perm went photograph gallery in lcmg tilted 'ip in !lii city. Fr health uo Graham aud Rye Flour, you can get H at Haddrr & Draix.-r'K. A railroad ticket ru Kansas City ran bo henght cheap at the Dodge House. Tho cxcnrion tr.un camo in last night, but net a singlo excurter was aboard. Stuueualljackaou gave one of the er ring daughters of mq a slight castigation foruafaithfulueai. this week. Remember Wcbete ri is exclusively gro ceries aud vegetables for that reason ho givL better figures tlian anybody. Dr. T. L. McCjrly rcclesed ootico to day that he bad drawn a 150 cold watch in the Louisville lottery. Lookout lor all kind? of vegetables at A. J!. Wibst"! next week. Dr. Gailand is now ruuuin...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 11 August 1877

I 1 l 1 y rom the Black Hills. (Letter from Sent. Uog-an to Mrs. A. V. Brown.) CANTUXMEXTATTOXGUKBiVKII, J July 23.1877. $ When I wrote last, on the 3d Inst., I told you that we were going out to fight the Indians. We were oat for twelve lays, bat could not find any. All the hostile are with Sitting Bull, in the UritUh possessions, and most likely will remain there while we are on the war path. IbelieTe it is the safest place for them while Gen. Miles U around here. I am not saying too mneh when I tell yon that Sitting Boll don't care to come in the General's way. We are still mounted on Indian ponies, and always ready to turn jut. We are the finest looking cavalry men ever mounted. At a distance we look more like Indians than soldiers. We have red saddle Mankcta and the ponies are of all sizes and colors; we can jnmp off tbem and shoot away, and tnev will graze close behind when the shooting is going on. Gen. Sasrmau was hero a few davs ago. and we had a parade for him. As far as I...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 11 August 1877

?, TWO SUITORS. 1 provoke a fellow than another," he went on, lingering a moment in tne sunny portico, his arm round her waist, " 'tis to bring a friend home to dinner or luncheon and find every thin;; out of sorts. Now, there's Graveslcy; his wife's a fine woman when you see her out a showy- woman, always well dressed. Well, Gravesley invited me to lunch that day we went out together. I went, but I was sorry enough for it. Such a house as we found all hcels-over-head, and I caught sight of the mistress disap pearing up the stairs in curl-papers and slippers. She was indisposcd,and could not see us, the girl said. We lunched on bread and cheese, and Graveslcy, poor fellow, though lie said nothing. nm vincr nr TVKrn i iookcu exceeuiiuriy anuovuu. i tnouui JJJi. J-JJlbJ Ll.lt.ni. , have been angry. I think a wife should tAUtJiMSvKnngnUumichoruMto tht air make it her duty to keep her house and UK UCIOVU ,11 llltn.UUUI1 U1UU n Willi her husband, come when he may, may fini? Iter ronilv t...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 11 August 1877

Psychological Inlliieace ! Cartas; Bis ease. Dr. George M. Beard read a paper on "The Influence of Mind in the Causa tion and Cure of Disease." Dr. Beard cited two cases of organic disease of the spine which had received decided temporary relief while sitting under blue gla. The opinion was ex pressed that in. time all works;on thera-, peutics mnst include a chapter on men tal therapeutics. From experiments and study. Dr. Beard was able to make the following psychological suggestions: First The ill success of patients treat ing them.-elYe.4, and of physicians treat ing their own families, was partly due to the want of awe and the emotion of wonder to co-oerate with them. . Second The old custom of keeping patients ignorant of the contents of pre scriptions, by writing them in Latin, had psychology on it? side. Possibly we may be going too far the other way. Third It is entirclv nossible that hydrophobia and tetanus may be brought uu, tijiu nil uiuir uisiiiicuve symptoms, and that de...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 11 August 1877

1 Tort Dodgo Items. Ninrty-elsht degrees In the sbado on Jloiilsy last, and fine rain in tLc evening. Colonel Lewis retnrnei to tha post on Saturday morning lot and resumed com mand, Capt. J. A, Payne, A. A. Q. M., from Camp .Supply, I. T., on dmy bere with his Corapauy "IP) relumed from alonr dav's leave to Fort Lamed on Saturday last. The Captnin was on a Tint to big faiuil). baying left it behind when be changed stations in June last. Company "K" ltUb Infantry (Captain Remington) is tun only permanent com pany lelt at the post Company "A" (Lieut. Vance) and Company "B" (Lieut. l'sne) are temporarily attached to the jiosi, and expect every day to receive marching orden lor Camp Supply, their proper station. They still hold their tiansiiortation, and the lioys feci a kind of a contented enthusiasm over the idea of Hilly Stewart' train still remaining in camp. The Tan-handle strikers, alias hiscnit tosser, alias kitchen mechanic, alias herders, hae as yet not succeeded in getting up...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 18 August 1877

c DODGE "CITY TIMES. VOL. HI. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, AUGUST 18,1877... XO. 14. :v. THE DODGE CITY TIMES. 1URU3IIUI KVEEV SA7UUDAY.BY "W. C. & LLOYD SHEW. ul-criptIon, C.1.W ir annum ia advance. OFFICIAL REPORT. Dodge City, Kansas, August, 11, IsTJ. An adjourned meeting of the ISoard ol Couuy Commissioners of Ford coi'tly, Kanas, mtt pursuant to adjojrnmrnt, la the. Coumy Clerk's oflice, Saturday, August II. 1577, all ocioca, lTe'ent. A J IVaCKt, Chairman, " A J Anthony, Gimmissloncr. " J It Jieans, Clerk, Absent, Charles Uath. Commissioner, 31inute of last meeting read and approved. Oa motion Lloj'l ihlnn and Ceo. 1. Jones was appointed to astist the l'robate Judge In ex amining Uie books ami count the funds in the bands of the Connty Treasurer for the quarter ending Sei t. 50. 1877, and make rewrt thereof to the Board in 1 ursuance of an act passeu y the special session ot the Legislature, A. D. 171. On motion the Board prow eded to levy tales for the following irorjosea, tiz: Cts...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 18 August 1877

THE TIMES. W. C. SHOT, Fnblisker. DODGE CITY, - - KANSAS. ITEM8 OF INTEREST.. rrnontl and Utrrmry, Miss Rhoda Uroughton, author of " lied as a Kose is She," etc., is shortly to Dc married. Mr. Newell (Orpheus C. Kerr) has returned from Europe unimproved in health. Kate Field says Gen. Grant doesn't know one tune from another, but all his children are musical. A daily newspaper is published this summer at the '1 iTon House, on Mount Washington, entitled Among the Clouds. Mrs. Annio Edwards, the well known Engish writer, has just complet ed a not el, said to possess extraordinary interest, entitled "A Blue Stocking." Twenty jears ago the theological works of Germany constituted one fourth of the look"publicalions of that country. Now the demand has so fallen off that the proportion is reduced toonc- icnui. Mr. Sn inburne is cnared in writ ing a study of the llronte sisters Char lotte anil l-.mily as poets, llicy leu little verse, but it was i cry Ueucatc, tin. ished, and characteristi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 18 August 1877

TO JCOKBXMSOKBZKTS. . All communications for this paper should bo accompanied by t an same of the autbi .-, not necessarily lor publication! but aa evidence ot food faith on the part of the writer. Write oniyonooesideoi tho paper, lie particular! v careful iu trivinfr names and dates, to i have all letters cr figures plain and distinct. Watering-Place LoTeg. A Long Branch correspondent writes A couple at the United States have seemed to be so very fond of each other as to attract general attention, and the general conclusion naturally was tliat tney were enjoying tueir honeymoon. One of the boarders, who declared he could always tell by their behavior in public just how long a pair had been married, offered to lay a wager that their v edding. had taken place within three weeks. "lam sure of it," he added ; " no man is so studiously gallant to a woman after the first month. 'Why, he lifts his hat to her on joining her on the piazza, picks up her handkerchief and returns it with a bow...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 18 August 1877

(.! -Title. Gryden h4 swore off again. Mr. William Meyer U tn town. Cahiornia Jettons at J. Collar'!. Slngology was cot so bad this week as Ust, George Gagcr has IcJt tbe Western House. Fob Sale one yoko of fine oxen. In quire at this office. Ford county melons at Webster's, raised on Ryan' plantation. There will be preaching at the anion cuuicu tomorrow cTcninc. John Riney. tbe dairyman, is nnable to supply tbe demand for milk. News County Attorney Sutton is bo coimns immennely corpulent. Mi. Jltxbuft removed her milliner kIio p to Lir new bulldinff. near tbe Kignal office. The only California fruits in town, at J. Collar. Look at Web iters front, and j no need not inquire who keeps tbe icgetables. None lint the best of tobaccos kept at M. CoU-rV. A fruih lot receded to-tlay. JohnWojseatiao is loafing at prescut, but expects to start for tbo Short Creek mine soou. MI Lutie Cbambllns coca to Emporia, next week, to alUuJ tbe fall term of high school in tuat clt . Georee Dieter, tho b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 18 August 1877

CAMP SUPPLY. Penograpbicmktumitems. MIOOTIXO A11ltlt ARIUVAL OP "a" AMI V COMPANIES, lttnt IJrASTIlY VISI TORS THE ConrsE hELL COUO.NEIt CIUH LKY KXrUl.VS. Camp So ply. I. T.. Ans. 13. 1TT. The people of this vicinity verr thrown into quite an excitement in the early part of tlie month liy the report that a man was shot a fuw miles southwott of the post. The particulars of the cue as far as I can learn, are an follows: Mr. Gibus, Lee &. Keynold's train Muster, had Dome misunderatandins with hH i ok, a Mexi can, while en route to r'ort Elliott, and a few miles southwest of this place, result ing in the Mexican (named Joe) being dis charged, and toM to report back to the oftico here for his time. Joe left as di rected, and when otfsome distance the train master changed his mind, and rode after him and asked Inni to return to his work ; bat Joe had his Mexican blood up ami declined to return. The train master then told him that he would make him return, and drew his revolver, but t...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 18 August 1877

VNDKM T21K- MAPLES. I'n-ler the maple bougbv we sat, h wm tntntnlftf? lif r wftitWo list Whfc ;av we talked about tlic weather. T?&'-rfi.tenii'!it hor Rlaming liair WithJippliowTUiot:cildt,nKlory, .And eye of blue, and ringlet fair, uxgeied many an ancient ttory Of XaJr-tiaJred, bIuo-ey-d maidens of old. In (lurauofi hJd by jjrfm majriclanit. Of knigbu In armor rough with old Who rct-cm-d them from eucli poItloni. Abort, the heat cm aIow with llsht, l:ncath our leet the slrepfiijroeran EVii im ibe ky my hope was bright, Ifp as the a was my demotion. iler fat her's ie! came through the wood Hevi male in rortnn tanmntr leather; wju hi clerk, I thought It itood To ke?pon talllnj: almut tlmwrathcr. Gtorge A. lUtltr, Jr. - , - THE LAST WORD. i'rv pinto thy narrow IAd, livep. and let no more be ald. Yarn thy onwt ! allMand fa-tf Thou ttiynelt inu-t break at lat. Irt the long contention ceaw; iiiw are ew an, and bu ana are (jeeet I'ttbem have it how they will; Tion -rtiired; lieet U;Mi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 18 August 1877

HIHTS FOB THE HOUSEHOLD. For Starching Linen. Use 1 tea- sDoonfal powdered borax to 1 quart boiling starch-; it will improve the stiff ness and gloss. Ice-cream. To 3 pints of cream add 3 pints of milk, I cup of sugar, 1 ci well beaten. 1 tablespooniul vanilla fla vor ; put into the freezer v itliout cook' inr. Currant or Raspberry Ice. 1 quart of red currants, l pint of raspberries; squeeze out the juice and strain well; add li pints of surar, mix well, tlien.l pint of water; freeze the same as ice cream. To Cleanse Jacelry. lc hot water and a clean brush; rub a very little soap on the bnih, then dip it into pow- uercd borax ami seoir wen: nnc in hot water, and rub dry with a clean tow el, or chamois is bettor. Blackberry Wine. To 10 quarts of blackberry juice put 1 quart of water, : pounds of A sugar, 1 ounce of tincture of ammonia; let them boil up, then strain, and when cold put in 1 quart of pure French spirits ; miv thoroughly to gether. it it remain in a cool place; it will b...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 18 August 1877

AMOXG THE FABMEES. The Soil Proves to bo Eich and tho Harvest Abundant. Ooi year ago wo visited tho settlement in tho eUro portion of Ford county, and tbis week. twelve mouths later, we visit ed it again. What a chango in those few month. Tho fint visit wo found but three or four families and about as many Iioojici. Jlr. Seward. Sir. Ualdwin, tho Mellicker brothers. Mr. Sidlow and Mr. Lvster Marks were then just commencing to open the new frame on their eraair "claims" to cultivation, lticy um not all even have houses built. It was a wild lookinc plain, tho homo ot tho buffalo and ntelo, with herds of Texas cattle undisturbed by tho band of civilization. Hut now it is different. Instead of tho bellow i.f the bison wo bear tho humor tUo reaper, the roar of tho thresher, the sound of tholiammer and the song of tho laborer. Wo see tho wheat, tho oats, the lurli-v. the corn, tho potatoes and the gardens filled with yetretables, in place of the btnootU matting of buflslo grass which co c...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 25 August 1877

C V s DODGE" CITY TTMES7 VOL. HI. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, AUGUST 25,1877. NO, 15. THE DODGE CITY TIMES. rUBLISUED EVEBT SATURDAY BT W. C. & LLOYD SHHTN. Subscription, f.J.80 ir annum In advance. HOCIBTIBM. RELIGIOUS. P REACHING at the Union Church Building every sunday st "iX p. m. mumUt school at II A.m. .liso lecraxes every "eunesuay evening, liy itt. .v. . uiuiti, i-asior, t a o. f. OEOXA LODGE Xo. 137. I. O. O. F. meet j at their haU, on Locust Street, every SAiliruay Kla(. V isiunj; jiromer are cunuau, Invited to attend. GKO. 8. JOA'fcA, X. G. A. II. BOVU, Secretary. PMrEMIOML CARDS. "ST M. FROST. LAW ANI COLLECTION OFFICE, in City Hill Bonding. Notary pnblic and real estate agent. B VIOTIC'K. DorD O L la left side or hip. Any person dlepo-Itij; of my cattle in trw above nranus wiuiofu wniien uuioniy irom me wu le iro$ecuted to tbe extent of ihe law. J. W. DIUSKILL. JtHC Anr iwrson fladiD cat tle U tbU brand, tray tnx. will be suitably re warded, by notiryinj? A tvifmie, at cam...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 25 August 1877

THE TIMES. W. C. SHIHIT, Publisher. DODUECITY, - - KANSAS. Kl'SSIAK REVERSES. rnrttmlnraaf ttir Late llntrotn Drfrnt of lh BumIkdi at J'l-Tna. Loxdok, August :5. A correspondent sends from IVn-din, near l'levna, a graphic account of Tuesday's battle, which conveys a vivid idea ol the extent of the Hussian disaster. The corre sjwndcntwas w ith I'rinee Schkoskoyski's command,andawallhopeof success any where was dead.nor did a chance offer to make the best of defeat. Prince Schko koyski had not men enough left to cover Uie retreat. Tho Turks struck without stint. They had the upper hand for once, and were determined to show they knew how ti make the most of it. They adxanced in nwarms through the dusk on their original first position and cap tured ilussian cannon. Before the bat teries could be withdrawn the Turkish sheik began once more to whistle over tho ridge above Itadishova and fall into the village behind, now crammed with wounded. THE STIIKAMS OK WOCKIlKIl , wending their painf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 25 August 1877

TO CORRESFONDEXTS. AH communications forthLpaperhouldb accompanied by the niune of the author, not necesHurily (or pnblfcation, but as evidence of jrfwwlfultl.ontnoTmrt of the writer. Write only on ono side nf the paper. Ito particularly careful in pivlnjr nnnif and date, to hae all letters or figures plain and distinct. THE I'EXXSYLVAMA MLNEILS. .-Mwietif (he Alleged WronB That Have Irlrn Them Into Itebelllon The Grind ing Down of the Iron nntl Coal Worker. (From the t w " ork sun. J Sokantox,. August 7. The head and front of the offending here has been the I.ackawana Iron and Coa Company. Xo other corporation has been so fertile in ingenious devices for its own enrich ment and the impoverishment of its em ployees, none so merciless in the appli cation of a cruel, system of crushing out nanhood. its pitiless, clutch upon the throat of labor has forced the toiler's t canty pennies from him under every pretext. A mere exhibit of nominal per diem wages would show that the ironwork ers...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 25 August 1877

I.uenl JsrtltlMS. Tolay wa hot; 98 in t ho shade. It was Jimmy Mut'.y'a Hira this week. ilr AVallace, cf musical fame, has re turned. Choice trliwLeus for sale. Enquire at tlila ofiico. W'lutfrla tlie champion rain in vege tables art frniL Jim Yim'a train armod from Tort Elliott lust Tanrtday. Undo Jlilchcni'tV voice is no lonccr beard in the liiid. Tul'ce court has been a little light this MCCK. Kor Halk ono yoke of Cue oicn. In quire ai ILis h1'kc. "rw! vc-etalilea altvavs on hand at 1 Udder L Uniper'n. Good TeXrtH yearling aro now worth from nine loUii dollars. ' Hoaxing can ami cahbazes at Webster's ait ttie time. Iteporta say (hn Lady Oay will 8Ulcnd About the lint of i.ext month. .Tnliu btrsnir. train armed from Fort Elliott tins ucut:. Work v ill be commenced on ilr. Sitter's liricL. house neL neck. Judee Fringcr has built a frame house en Lis larm north or the city. Tno Young Jlcns' CUntian Association man was in tbo city thin ntcJc. City Attorney Colboru has struck a new id...

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