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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 June 1881

'.82L S IDiI THE DODGE OITI TIMES. SCBsCimTlOX: $i.00 p.r Trar, In Ai1t. NICHOLAS . KLAISE, - Editou MEMonrs soya. The earth cast ot her snowy Shrouds, Ami ocrhend the sles Looked down between tbcsoft whito clouds. .s blue as ihddren's ejes., Hll.l. The breath of spring wns ad too swcer, she Too like tho Spring that came cro he was dead. The pras tie-ran to :rrn-r lint diy. The flowers awnko from slee And roun I her did the siicbc tins play Till she was f a n t weep. The lijrh: will surely Wind my eyes, she said. It bines so brUaUyf'tlll, s t he Is dead. The bud bt-jw piosy In the sun On m my a le ttiess tree. The Utile brooks di 1 laugh and run With unit melodi his alee. 0 Gdl they biaKe a Jocund noiMj. sho said. All things forget him now that be is dead. The wind ha 1 from the almond llunjr lted blo-soms round her feet. On hazel 1-oujrbs tno catkins bunsr. jTiQwllIfiw blooms frrew sweet ' r-tlm wiiloKfruffiant vrah the frprbxf. she said: lie always tound tho first: but he is dead....

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. — 9 June 1881

THE DODGE CITY UMBEL! DODGE CITY. TIIUKSDAY. JUNE 9. SUBSCU!11IO: 2U peryar, in advance. W.R.KIJalNE.gdUarsiwdriibHaBler. 1STFMEST1SO FACTS FEBTA1X JXG TO THE TEXAS CAT TLE DRIVE The Kansas City Commrrciil Indicator publishes the following letter concerning the Texas Cattle Drive. The wiiler is a gentle" ian for yean connected with the Texas cat tle trade and well known to weetern stotk men. The letter contain! more information of Talue in reference to the Texan cattle drive this year than baa been jet published The number which will be driven north, the price paid for cattle in Text, th'u year and taut, and the number which ha been can traded at certain price, all comprise that Clan of information, which those intereeted in the western lire atock trade are desirous of knowing. It will be observed that there ia quite an advance in the price paid for cat tie this year over those paid last year, and that very few cow and one and two year old heifcra figure ia tbi year's drive. Colzman...

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. — 9 June 1881

LOCAL NEWS. T191E TABLE-A., T. fc . F. K. B. OOLXG XABT. TUMIlger.. 1 JO A.M. Passenger. 12 ISr.M. Enilgrsnt...l0:15 a.m. Freight 7SW r.at FrelgLt 3.10 am coiyo WIST. rasenger..3:10A.M. Passenger. rjl. Emigrant. .70 aju. Weight. ...l&30r.x. Frrixbt.... 1:13 a il. . JIcUINMS, Agent. Monday iu an extremely warm day. J. D. Smith, the well known cattle man, arrived in the city on Sunday. Edgar Jones, ton of Col. Tom Jone, is making his borne with hia father. CapL Welch' concert is indefinitely post poned on account of eiclness in hid family. . The FChool children's pic nic lift Friday was well atiended and paved c0 pleasantly. W". F. Petition has returned from a long Tuit to Chicago, and will remain here per manently. A rain and thunder slorui visited this re gion Monday evening. The indications are' for a wet June. John Huntenuiueller, of Washington, D. C, taken charge cf the Sigi.al OlSce. Mr. Glenn goes to D-ikots. There u u heavy iruet nl Watertown, N. Y , and Paisley, On'., Sun...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 June 1881

Tool and Trams. Villi tome, timo and labor appear to bo almost as worthies' commodities a9 the posiS. so Iittlo do tliey attempt j to cconmnizo in llicm. Jo men who projicrly appreciate their value, their waste through tlioti;btIe3iies$ or almost criminal neglect, is atound inir. Here in n man, uho, instead of Mipplyinjr himself with a proper fet of toots and iuiulcniciits, begins the season with llioc that aro nearly worthless. 1'hu waon breaks lnn, the plow giies out, the harrow breaks, the culti vator will not work, and b'j goes through the season, mending lirst one thing and then another, and limls at the end that ho ha actually wasted enough in time to have bought new lines at the beginning. It fa nerer profit able to ti;c uom-oul tool 4 and imple ments on the farm. When an imple ment is worn out it U reasonable to suppose tliat it ha- done all the work that it was originally intended to do, and ; ought to bo salislied. Another man will attempt to get through the .-cason with a...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 June 1881

An Accomplished Canary. "Beantv" U the name of a brieht canary bird that lives at the Hotel Vic toria in tbis city, ueauty nas Deen taucht by a little rirl to sinjr tunes and do various odd tricks. On a recent eienuisr. in the presence of suests, the door of Beauty's cago was opened, after the master had seatea nimseit at me piano, and the bird flew to the gentle man's shoulder and then to the music rack on the piano. When his master whistled an air, playing an accompani ment, the canary warDieu and trilled in accurate tune and time, hopping upon the player's fineersand ocrthokeys. AVhen the whistling and accompaniment ceased the bird perched upon his mas ter's head and awaited further orders. Then Itcauty was placed in front of the pier glass, where he sang to his reflected ln.age in harmony with the piano ac companiment, and when his master stopped placing the bird flitted around the room in pursuit of his shadow on the ceiling. After Beauty had retired to his cage hakUsedthc memb...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 June 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. WOOL GROWERS ASSOCIATION. The Karma Wiol-Griers Association met at En)orU on tbe "t intt. About 100 ttrtons, nitrabtrs of tbe aseociation awl lreni intertgti-d in sheep raising and wool growing were prtwnt, amors: them a num ber of gentlemen froia Bjstoa, Chicago an J other Eiitcn citit. Tiiff n a tery fine looking body of men. awl are intellicen!, entbusialic and full of W.stern vim. The sheep aiid wool ba'ines is comparatively a new in.lti-lry iii this State. Statistics show thit there are tow in the Slate not Iim than 1,000,000 sheep, and this number i HCDuallr increasing at a very rapid ra'e, from importations and otherwise.. From this statement it will he seen that sheep raising is fast becoming one of the mot im jiortant lndutriw of the State one requir ing aoine united actioc on the part of there engaged in if, so (bat their pecuniary inter ests may not be jopardiied. United action on the part of tho.e engaged in sheep-raislmr is deniable not ordy for th...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 June 1881

yf Yf DODGE CITY SIXTH TEAK. DODGE CITY, KAS., JUNE 16, 1881. NO- 265- J if J, Kit' TIMER DODGE HOUSE Price $2 Per Day. FIBST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT AND FOR TRANSIENT CUSTOM EXCLUSIVELY. Pirst Class Livery, Feed and SALE STABLE IN CONNECTION with thlahon-c. Cox & Boyd, Proprietors. GREAT WESTERN HOTEL. S. GALLAND, Proprietor. South side of the Railroad. DODGE Mir, KAXflA GOOD SAMPLE ROOMS FOR COMMEE CUL TRAVELERS. HgJ Xo Liquor Sold on the ftcmuet.'Sl CHABGEN BEASOMBLS. LTVERV STABLE" ATTACHED. WRIGHT HOUSE, WAITER STRAETER, PROPRIETOR. HAVING OPENED THE UOCSZ WltK ETBBVTHIXG NEW, I INTEND TO KEEP AS GOOD A HOUSE IN EVERY RESPECT AS CAXHEFOVXD IX THE STATE. Terms, $2 Per Day. H.M. CLARK, . Notary Public and Justice of the Peace, IPEAEETULB, KANAJU. Particular attention clrrn to business la the U.S. Land Office. Collections promptly attend edto. N. B. ELAINE, INOTARY PUBLIC, BSBGE CITY. K1IIUI. Office in the Dodxe City Time office. HERMAN 3. FRDfGER, DEALER IN Drags, Medicines, C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 June 1881

-.r r-r,-.o. THE DODGE CITY TIMES. . MDvntllTJiiM Jor.,TMr.Ii,I,.fr. NK'Jini 1t K!,I'!:V - Kihtop TIJK FEUHY OF THE DEAD. Tfatrr M r ancient lejrcml sajr distant island while and Jalr, 1 bat fhin within -loine cb-arer air ArnwMhe itr ten of capo and, bay, ItH'ira parl uiftt fine and rare ilmVyaU blue aky Itclow, li timer litrhtlr im tho rioi fJMMon .Irlt. rttHrUm. lleynnd the hoilc whro iWiors jto On any t 'yvu. Ray or urfin J"or, eer when one ecks. It file, Itr-cedlnjf faintiy n a star Draw n lu' k t hnuj;h clou 1, and t more far It trlltuiiKjrs mi th, t mining eye, ucan r than the jtlajiets arc. Hut on the hither at rand there dwc'l Urate heitrtf who -t;kit-ecrajore: Uhpub fruilcran away f r id f bore, Hpf"tr, ni ltnttu.oinetatetoUU Of huidiln which all carol o'er. Atidlnthr nfohUtnthem that wait. 1 h re come a oun 1 of hurrrlnjr feet, WHhthrmttnr footwtep, rt and fleet; A wrtrn thenututun wtartth laic A nd f t leat i- fall Ik n Iiitn-zw meet. A tbiinnd shallop line the feore; A t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 June 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SCrAimniOV: $e.00 pr tr, In ldraarr. NICHOLAS I!. KLAIXE. - Enuoii do rocn BEST. Have you fnile 1 tonlay, flood Heart? Tlsnocami forsirrow Trynsraln. tbo cloud- may part Terhap m ly tutrt to-morrow. If you area bnuc. stronir mm. Vou vrjll do the lieit you eau. llojour lien an 1 la.ethoret; Ilelter may cime to-morrow. Ilaveon lo-tt jourljnd ormM? That 4 no cause fir itjhlnir: One bright hour doth nit Infoid Mnuy a ) e ir's den j nix. He not wmrj or downcast: 'l'atii nee h l h the irito at lat."" Doyourlet. nnt leaietbe rest. Ami net cr Kite up iryinjr. ltieh or poor. Iks nil a m in: t-ar no jrolden f Iter. x Po tboery bet jou can, , Awl im'4 imwmi io le'.Ur. Every dav j on do your beat In a vantage for thereat. Don't mmplaln: etery pain is making our Insst still btttfr. ANClivfluLUS. As far back as we know anything of civilization, men have been in the habit -of formally bequeathing their property. In the oldest times of which we have -any knowledge, people v. e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 June 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. JUXElft. fcUCSCUlnlON: : 10 peryear. In adrancr. If. If. KIJLINE.BdllornndPuMialier. GRASS VS. CULTIVATED LAXDS Katuai farmeta are entering more largely iulo flock rtiiirj;, and the question of land cultivation it under consideration. The stock interest i being developed in every cogntv in the Btate. Here on the border the attention of stiller i being given to stock raising; and thorn people who come in fur settlement will find the stock buaineas the most profitable one to engage in. When we Cod our essteru neighbors discussing this question, it ii our plain duly to tale op the matter and join in the issue. Extensive farming abould not be carried on; feed cropa ebould lie cultivated; and with tbeae condi tion our country will alwaye be prosperous. In discussing land cultivation the Wichita Eigle make some pertinent oint'. It ays: "In canvassing the fact", exhibited by our table laat week, with one ct oar mutt intel ligent and euccemful sgr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 June 1881

LOCAL NEWS. THE IABI.E-A., T. J. F. B. B. UOISO CAST. Passenger.. 1 JO a.m. Passenger. U:45r.. Eraigrant...l0:l5 a.m. Freight .... 7:30 r.u freight 3:10 AOi COI0 WIST, Passenger. .S:10a.i, Passenger. 50 PJI, Emigrant. 7:0ajh, Freight.. ..LMOr.Jl. Freiibt ..1:13 ax, . McGlNMS, Agent. Did you hear the roar? The waters of the Arkansas river roar. The wheat harvest commenced thi- week. The mooo was in mourning two night'; it was eclipsed. L. E. Deger has gone to Leavenworth to visit friend. The Times bristles with new adverti ments this week. When that letter appeared last Thursday there was a tig roar. Does it makejou Icel Hire To hear old Dive roar? The cars he would ride op, 1 As sure ai Ms name was Gryden. Walter Slneter hs gone 75 mile south west to look after bis much. Wcol has advanced one Grot p-r pound and the market loots brighter. Col. W. K. Colcord, the famous ball rais er, wan in this wtek. II' intends locating in New Mexico. Eev. O. W. Wright ami lataily return this week. ...

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. — 16 June 1881

r&tlilu In CnrjicK Although many ladies renew carpeti and furniture during Ihu icaon of moving and dp.in home clcanin;, a fjreiter numl'Cr who loot forward to the com-lhin new of tlic ncxti-caori wait until after Mimrncr sojourn in tlio country or by tlio cti:do it over, leav ing their house during their absence carpctleM and dismantled, but thor oughly clean, remit for rcfurni'hin in tlio fall. Kcnaomical housekeepers:, who consider "a icnny saved a penny jjainod," and are not so n-.nliello and Iiuhionable in their tauten ami nmbi lions, have tested thii matter, and are emphatic in their declaration that they had rattier liny carpels in Ji:nt) and July than in any other months in tlio year, nnd they are right. Alter the spring purchase havo been made, if the pnnieiit merchant linds he Ini an unexpected ijuautity left over of a certan pattern of carpeting, he l once reduces it pnee. and, indeed, almost the entire stock undergoes the s-ime manipulations, for no ) e lilies to carr...

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. — 16 June 1881

IIOHK, FAKU A'1 G.UIDEX. Cantor oil will soften leathor. Itlue ointment and kerosene, mixed In citi.il proportions, anil ajiplied to bed-.te.ids, U an unfailing buij- remedy: and a coat of uhituiTash is ditto for wooden nails. Wet. il.irap pastures are fatil to fheep. They aru able n procuro a subsistence ot very poor pastures, but such pastures shou J be dry. --To keep a pin from rusting, clean the barrel occasionally anil cover the exposed portions of the metal w tit a iilni of liueed oil. Kor lubnc uiiijr the lock, piirilicd olive or sperm od is beat. To coo's a duck satisfactorily, boil it first until tender; this can bo deter mined by trying the wins;. a that is al ttars a tonjh part of a fonl. Wncn tender tao it out, rinse it in clean water, stuff and put it iu the oven for about three-quarters of an hour, basting it often. Hickory-nut cookies which will de limit the souls or stomachs of children are easily mule. T.ike two cups of suar, twoejrgs. half a cupful of melted butter...

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. — 16 June 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. THE SUEEP JSTEJIEST. Nswsp.jvra generally bare benefore ne glected ruin lion lo tbe sin ep interest; and cow thin subject i discoiwil in 11 of the pap". and especially In sheets tbat were rtarlrd ostensibly in t!ie intersst of calls. A newsiper, likiftlie Dowie CiTT TlJiia io the interest of the general public has a little tossy en stock interests in particular, and the Co man, tbe sheep man and tbe I armer generally. Tie sheep business is a more- prolitalle pursuit ibiu poor (armies;, act! it is jut now receiving due considera lion. The Kati City Commercial Indica tor hu bread views on the flock question. It sjs: In view of the rapid development of the Wwt, and especially the States of Missouri and Kansas, which contain the best fanning and grazing lands in the whole country, we would like to call the attention of oar readers to tbe advantage and prefix of ebcep raising. It is well kxown that shesp raisins ba proved ticeedinsly pro6l able where largo number" o...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 June 1881

A L Ui L j . ' ' u DODGE CITY TIMES SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., JUNE 23, 1881. NO. 266- D.ODGE HOUSE Price $2 Per Day. FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT AND FOB TRANSIENT CUSTOM EXCLUSIVELY. First Class Livery, Feed and SALE STABLE IN CON-SECTION with this house. Cox & Boyd, Proprietors. GREAT WESTERN HOTEL. S. GALLAND, Proprietor. South side of the Railroad, DODGE CITV, KAJT8A GOOD SAMTLE ROOMS FOR COMMER CIAL TRAVELERS. t. So Liquor Sold on the Premises. "3 CHARGES BBASOHABLE. LIVERY STABLE ATTACHED. WRIGHT HOUSE, WALTER STRAETER, PROPRIETOR. HAVLNO OPENED THE HOUSE WITH ETEBVTDIMC SEW, I INTEND TO KEEP AS GOOD A HOUSE IN EVER KESPECT AS CASBEFOVSD IS THE STATE. Terms, $2 Per Day. GRAND CENTRAL RESTAURANT; T. J. DRAPER, Proprietor, BBOE CITV, KAKSAB. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. ONLY FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT IN THE CITY. OSCAR TREVALLEE, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, (John Mueller's old stand.) 0GE CITY. KAITBAB. A 3JOSTE GASG BOVSCED. The La Junta correspondent of the Las Animas Leader write to th....

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 June 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES Rl I!n:lni0 I Ji.00 prr Tr, III AJuarr. NICHOLAS II. KLAINi:. - Ki.itoi. FARMER WHITE. You mayenTy the joys o' the farmer An' fancy- hut. f ree. o-ir life: You niavalt at bitiountlful tatlo. An pramo bla Industrious wife. Kf you worked In thj woods In the winter, ir fill erM the turrer all day M'ltba ifflmo unruly younzotcn An' feet hMrjr lEi&flM wlm clay. J.f iou helil tbenH plow I'm n-tblnkln' loud elnrMn different war. You mar talk, n' the golden eyed daisies An lliloi that wearseeb a cnarin. Itut tt all a rue a heapo' bar I labor Tu keep 'em from spll in my farm: You may plctur the twautllul sunscta. An ."indcaies no full o' repose, lint I never gi I time to I iok at em 1'ieei't when It ratna or It snows; ou may r.tnrr o' the sona" birds o' rummer, ! 11 tend to the hawks an the crows. You mT long far the lot n' the farmer. An' dwell on the Deaurau toll; Hut the good things w her on our table All her to tie duo from the soil: An' our beau Iful trlirht, j ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 June 1881

THE DODGE CITY'TIMES. SrBSCBIPTlOJs i.00 per Tar, l Xiitmtr. NICHOLAS It. KLAINE, - Editor. THE OLD IIOilE REVISITED. I came, but ah. bow changed the place. Once fresh with many a rustic grace! 1 ha (rate hung crcaKlns in the wind. The path, o erruirn. I scart-9 could find. And through the lonu-desertcd rooms. Now hung with memory's somber (looms, My footicps In thelrbollow treat heemed but the echoes of the dead. I heard ajriin from that fa- shore The voicts of the day or yore: Tho o Ins cla-p, the dear caress. Came b ic wtlh nM-tlme tenderness For one brief moment, and the 1 lean Welled uj for all the vanlsled jears Mnce you n-vl I, In J oulh a fair prime, I"ased here Its glorious suroaier-tittie. How well I mind me of the day V e took the little country way, 'That 'pit for us to some jrran I spot W here rio it , fame, should be our lot The cattle brow-log in tbelanft. "The trees a b oom andalltbetratn Or lgbts and sound so glad and f reo Are once again a Joy Tor me: Hut ob, a Joy...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 June 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. JUXE23. SUBSCK1ITSOX: S 00 per year, lo advance. N B.KI.AINB.BdltorKndPnbllslier. DAMAGES VX STOCK. Farmers and slockmen will be irrfitnl in id filing by a jury, ind the inftructiots of the Judge, iieuding the deciion of a suit for trerpata by cattle, at the last term ol the Ford County District Court. Tlie case was the one brought by W. H. H. Doty of Spe areville township againt Cpt. A. Dienst, to recover damages nude by tie trispasaing ot Capt. Dirnst's cittle upoD Mr, Doty's crop. Tlio jury iiscsied the damage at SI.-i .r-ilnrt the defendant. The cxvts amounted to S2S0, makirg 5293, which CapL Dirnst Km to pay. The iurr were unable to determine one joint: Whether a man u liable for dam- im. Ford cuntf not being a herd law coumy. The Judge give the followirg in struction: Gentlemen of the jury: I instruct yon, thtt thl is tot henl lw county, and if tlie flock of cue ptnon accidentally tres- paw upon the lands of another he is not li.l, f...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 June 1881

LOCAL NEWS. TIME TABLE-., T. S. V. B. B. iwasuR. goi-iowist 1-asscngtr.. 1:30 a.m. risr..MOA.ii. 1-aascnger. 12ttr.M. lsEgrr. M MJ. EmlRrint...lO:UA.M liit...!lOA;Bl. Ireizht . SIOaji. Freight 1:15 am. "'Snl J. McGlNMS, Agent. The Arkansah river i- fall. Business in thi city is splendid. The saloon have re-opeced in Hays City II. W. Creewell was in the city a few days. He came up to buy horses. H. C. Callison has returned to the city and will remain permanently. Mrs. Webster leaves to-day for a visit to her mother in Hays City. Charley Powell is not here. Followed the glittering star westward. Tit, ta. . Bee advertisement "Proposal for Beef," from II. Price. Indian Commissioner. The Arkansas Legislature enacted a law pronouncing the word "Arkansaw." So be it. The last letter from Col. Siraughn in Col orado, stated that the enow was falling every day. II. E. Gryden, epistolary eflunonlat, has gone for a brief visit to Pueblo, en legal business. Walter Straeter his leased J. H. Kelley...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 June 1881

X Tailor' JoLc A tiilor on Fort street got hoM of a red-hot idea the other la. He heated up Iiis gioe to tlie blisterinij point anil placet! it on a bench at hii door with ngin, reading: "Only twi'iity-uve ceoU." in a few minutes alon came an .incient-loikiujj colored man with an c.e out for haraina, and as he sa the gootii! unil read the sign he made up Ills mind that !ic hd struck it rich, lie naturally reached out to heft h'n bargain, and that u a? where he gave liimelf away, 'i'he tailor utmost fell down with hit merriment; hut it didn't last over Mxiy peiomls. At the end of that time the victim entered the shop and lx-in a sort of sjninaslic perform ance wnich tiid not end until (he tailor wu a sadly tnastied man and his shop In the ;rc.itet confusion. Tho twoivuro filitins in front when an officer cams along and nabbed both, and both were brought before lilt Honor together. 1 he tailor appeared with a black cjo and a linger tied up In a red rag, and the African had a scratched...

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