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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 14 July 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. srncnirriox! $;.oo pr inr, ,unr. NICHOLAS It. KLAISS. - Ed'toh THE WAYSIDE WELL. He stopped at Ihn wav-sido welt. 'Wheie the water was cool anil deep: Thvrewcre leitbcry lerus ilxt tho mossy tone. .And gray was the old well-sweep. lie lett hi" carriaffe alone: Nor could c mcninan ir footman tell Wbythemutcrs op"d in thedmty load To drink at tho wa.-side well. Heswavcd with his clove 1 him Is Tne welMwet p creain r and slo x, Wh.le from mruin aid se.ir In the buckets side. The water plashed luck below. He lifted it to the curli, And bent down to ths bucket i brim: No lurrowsor limoorcire had marked lhs face that looked back at him. He saw b it n farmers boy As ho tooped o'er tbebrtra todrtnk. Ard ru Mir a 1 1 tann d was tho lau;bln face That met bis over the brln. The ercs were unny and clear. And the bro imdi nmd by care. While, rrom under thebrlaior tho old straw hut. Strajcd curls of chestnut hair. Hetumel away with a slirh Nor could coachman or footman tell ...

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. — 14 July 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. UOUGE CITY. TUUKSDAY. JULY U. fiL'IiSCJiIITlON: t2M)ryttr. In .lvnc. It II KI..IM:.EllrmilIliIW!i-r. L Y. L0RING, A. S. CHOUTEAU, STJE.GEOXS AND PHYSICIANS, TI103IAS LAHEY, WRIGHT, BEVERLEY unAixr. in tjucjx or iusun cattle There is a diapaiiljr in irici of cattle sold on the range tki mn. Young cattle ell at few dollars Um ltn beef cattle. The abundance of monej reeling investment is the jirime raii'e c Jrgh prices; but unlet lef cattle advance wilbia (be nut year or two, lho inxiple wbo invested this year will find their prcfi's tinall. On this ques tion of iifgh prlcw tl.e Kansas City Com mercial Indicttor sajs: Tbe statements Kivcn in the Indicator from time to time, Of (he hili prices vtbicli are being paid for cattle upon the ranges of tbe Kent, bare cauVed considerable comment, and the ques tion ia frequently a'ltd, hj euch tbould be the ca'e? It is an etlallulied fitt that large amounts of monej bate hi hi made within ths lint eight years by owners of U...

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. — 14 July 1881

LOCAL NEWS. THE T1BLE-1-, I. V. B. B. GQIKGEA3T. OOISO WT9T. Paenger.. 1:30 A.M. rassenger..S:10 a.m. 1-is.enger. 1 J 45 1-. m. 1-MMnpcr. jj r jt. tmigrant...lO-IS a.m. Kmi(rrnt...:iO Aja. Kreigtil -a r.x Ire Knt....li-JOr-.x. " 3W - J. JfcGIIs;I:e"nA.B- We are enjoying delightful weather. Fine thunder showers the put week in this KCticn of country. W. II. LyBrand is engaged as book-keeper in the store of Geo. S. Emerson. The arsenal making1 breech-loaders for the officers of this city, has suspended operations for the present. When the Arkansaw river is up you may look out for rain. But the Arkansaw is al ways up in Colorado. Walter Straeter gives up the management of the Wright IIou.e to-day; he will devote his time to hi buInew on Front street. J. II. Tepfer has charge of the cffice of the Wright House, and Mrs. W U LyiSrana again lakes charge of the household. The prolific growth oi the wild sunflower plant is an evidence of the prolific reason. There is a big growth of all kind...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 14 July 1881

Mue or a Mixed Diet. Birae reent 'tnd'.es upon the nutritive value of food have led to results winch do no fully sa;)Kit tho view of those sanitary reformers whondvormtea vege table diet as e.hcapir. less stimulating ami quite as nourishing to the system as animal foo 1. Whatevet may bo true of tropical climates, it certainly seems that in the temperate zone a mixed diet Is far preferable To make this clear the result of two experiments maybe mo'.ed, as follow: A man was given 1.000 grammes of potatoes. 207 ot len tils anil 10 of bread. The average re sult of six days' experimenting with the above diet showed llntSMgrummes of the solid matter were digested, 116 remaining intact; -Mu.S grammes of March were digested, and 2S.2 were not; but of the nitrogenous matter, which is supposed to bathe most valua ble of all to the animal economy, onlv 33.7 gramme had been assimilated, leaving -t 1.4 as waste, less than half the quantity present being utilized. Tlie other experiment was conduct...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 14 July 1881

Experiments in resjinl to tbo effect upon horses of a diet of " pip nuts " have recently been made in Germany. For fome time it had been noticed that horses were fond of thee nuts, and would eagerly drink water in which some of thenf had been placed. Ilorses eartd for in this way shed their Ion? winter hair very early in the spring, and come out in very fine and "lossy sum mer coats. Two of the leals upon which Dr. Freito, of Halle, experi mented in this way were at first very shabby-looking creature, out in a lew weeks their bodies rounded out, and they gained from eleven to fourteen kilogrammes in wcightin eighteen days. In the meantime they worked mora will ingly and with greater effect than they had ever done before, anil did not so easily break into a perspiration. One little, badly groomed and half-starved pony which was submitted to this treat mentthe nuts being mixed with other food gained thirty-three kilogramme in twenty-eight dajs, and though at first he was lazy and slee...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 14 July 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. Written lor the Tiroea. ISFAST JiraiENE. Of the Ciueea of deatbl among infanta un der one jr r ibe chief have been fonnd by actual auti'tica to be diarrbosi, convuleion, pneumonia and bronchitis Daring the tec old Tear, diarrbrei, pneumonia and bron chitis r-tiil cliim a majority of victim; while meatier", whooping coujh and ecarle lina lgm to awrt tbeuiaelve. Diarrhoea and eoovtiliot) It rauit be remembered are comiirtbermve ttrm, being fjmritnmi of roanv diae ratber than disease tbem mIvw. In tberecond, third, fourth and fifth jf ar, fcirlatina head the list of all did-e- r. Whojpin cough i) moat virulent do rirg the first Tear, weatlrs in the eecond, and acailnina lu the th:rd and fourth fears of life. It tetcii birdiv itrange then that ffOtn forty to fifij children out of every one hundred that are born ahould fail to com plete theirClth year, having to run r-ucha giunllttof lernblediwea. A careful iudy of thete variou" dieaaes nflcctirg infantile life, ena...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 21 July 1881

(CrU. iUs2Sr C JC --r DODGE CITY TIMES C SIXTH YEAR. 155DGE HOUSE Price $2 Per Day. FIRST CLASS IX EYEF.Y BESrECT AND FOK TP.AKSIEKT CUSTOM: EXCLUSIVELY. First Class Livery, Feed and v SALU STABLE IX CONNECTION wita th!s house. Cox & Boyd, Proprietors. DODGE CITY, KAS., JULY 21, 1881. NO. 270. GREAT WESTERN HOTEL. S. GALLAND, Proprietor. South side of flip Railroad, IDODRE CITV, K1SNA GOOD SAMPLE ROOMS FOR COMMER CIAL TRAVELERS. t. Xo Liquor Sold on the RrmUcs. -8 CHARGES REASONABLE. LIVERY STABLE ATTACHED. WRIGHT HOUSE, J. H. TEPFER, proprietor. HAVINC. 0K3LD THE nOUSB WITH ETESVTIIG EW, I INTEND TO KEEP AS GOOD A HOUSE IN EVERY RESPECT AS CAX BE FOUXD IX THE STATE. Terms, $2 Per Day. GRAND CENTRAL ' RESTAURANT, T. J. DRAPER, Proprietor, DODUE CITV, KAXSAS. MEALS ATALL HOURS. ONLY FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT IX THE CITY. OSCAR TREVALLEE, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, (John Mueller's old stand.) BODGE CITV. KANSAS. PBOPOSAI. FOR OATH. IlEADQUAKTEKS DEPARTMENT OP TUB MlSMJLM. Office of Chief Q...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 21 July 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. ' J Yes,' si:il lie 'sho died throe , M KscHIPWIMi J-OOv-r Ztvr.U Unm. NICHOLAS II. K LA I NT. - HniTou UATIlEtl ESlDARttASSlKO. ho was k tot little jrirL A n't as I tMKit and klt bfr, "Tbro thst is for yitlrtr." I 1. And" Ibit U for 1 our sliler." Ijitt nl"it I i-dlel In frfe-fllf war: s-o-ns mtv ir.-f rsn ll w there, AtM 1 iub ani Jisrt went jj-iMy ruunl lii utitlta wearr oaro, The llttlo irtrl camo rnaipln j In, Ami tiuu, me rtld sb Ml1 v'Jiat tlaafnSUrorlteil (iu leii for bcr vu mo. "MietssusI me lot n' limes, aa sail, W hen l..l.m 'uukln t . ImlihtdlteVrn to "on -dull wait Ttl 'uu alone wll ine! I lilmboi an 1 ko.IH SIter llcll: The irny ttlrl frlen Is. an mM I Hlh-I tb horrid, bor W thing A tb ustind nillctnl ftca! Outlines of n Kuni tmo. "You would hardly believe it," said a I'ark gu.anlsm in, who was conspicu ous by his red face anil vigilant wlnstlo. but I've counted 1,1)11 teamitlirouh llie Green street entrance this after noon. Yes, wti know most of ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 21 July 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. snsCKllTlOV: $2.00 pr Tar, In Unar. NICHOLAS B. KI.MXE, - Epitok DAISIES. Sh" was a little Irish mal 1, vv ith llsht brown h ilr and eyes of irray, .And he ha 1 left her native sho-v. An 1 Joiniictst milos and mi ti away -Acro-s i he or m. to the Ian 1 W here vai i 9 1 he b-mier of the free. An 1 on her faee a s'ladaw Iy. lor skL .it man f jr home was she. v ben from lh city" dint an I heat, AinleiiIMMii'ee I her t k her where TfcobipN uereiiuinirin the trees. And tlowcr f razmme U.letl lhf air. .iidthro their n nr crowned heads uprabed Toimtt tie pre ty irrav-etfed lias, Ji million l.lossums starred the o id. And srew am mg the wa injr irrass. "Whir, here nrediisics" ida 1 she cried. And with ban is clasped aakoi hor knees. " Cod be praised whoeitsnd west i-cattc-s sjib io ly thinirs as tbesci Arot nd my mother s calnn door Indfiro'd Irelmdthe erow, Yl ith hca'tsof (nild. ami icn ler leu cs As hlte us ne Ij -fallen snow." Then up -ho -primr with mlllnjr I'pv '...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 21 July 1881

81 THE DODGE CITY TIMES. UODOB CITY. THURSDAY. JULY 81. SCnSCKIITIONs llboptr jt, In auance. if. B. KLAINK.KdlloranilPnbllvbcr. dr. cnosnr o.v rjiomnmox. Her. Dr. Howard Crwbj, Chancellor of the Unireifily ol Ner York, wis preent t tbe church encampment Ik I J lift week in Lawrence. The Doctor ni interri wed be a corierpondent of the Kacai City Journal concerning (he Kaotin liquor law. lie mid that "no eclieme of temperance can eucceed which djra not rtcognize a natural di-linc-tion. Each a one is fouidrd on a fallacy. These people ignore two distinctions; one, betwe en moderation and excene. The claim that moieratlon It the Decenary Urginnin of txce-f; hut lhi ia falae. The tecoud di tinciioii Is brtKcen distilled liquorr, always hurtful, and fermented liquor, aoaietimts beneficial. Noayflem which throws these into one catai;ory can mereed, for Iti baied on a falae. hyiOthei." His idea of a prac tical temperance Iiw, he raid, was to put prohibitory restrictions on all distilled li ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 21 July 1881

LOCAL NEWS. USE TABI.K-A., T. fc . V. B. 11. uoino un. , i- rauenger.. IJOa.v. Passnjcr..3.10 a.m. l'as.tngtr. li 15 r.M. l'assenger. JiiO rji. KmiSrant...lO:5A.M. himpraot. .itOAjii. rreigbt 7iM r.. tre ?....l)r.i. r"'" 3-"' .,. feA&l- Vennor predicts another hot wave for the 21th and 25tb. Yesterday was lot. The wind came from the infernal regions. The President is improving and is now considered out of danser. The wool market is improving and prices remain the same. There is little foreign wool on hand. Rev. F. Wolf will hold divine services in the Union church next Sunday, commenc ing at 10 o'clock. There is a streak of moral sentiment per vading the town. Keforms are more effect ive in broken dtfes. A now hell lias been rat bd in the Union church, and its intonation gives the welcome to every sinner who is wandering. Harry Hart ai.d Mies Eva Deitz were ininietl en Sundar Ia?t 1)7 Rev. O. Wright. We wish Harry and his young bride eucce ana neaitn. II. I. Myton returned yeste...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 21 July 1881

The Woo of a Landlady. "Tli! feller bit mo on the hand." It into bed. anJ try to catch the in truder. No one can pics how dillicnlt this is. You soon tind the mosquito on Mid llijah, as hu brought out a man i the curtan. where thirty rears old, who answered to the , jWii. Very cautiously xou stalk hira, your hand is just over lum. and jus- name of Longfellow Smith. " oil. 1 uon t alow any living man to take uit) by the neck!" retorted the prisoner. " Your case is bad enough witlioutany biting," observed the Court. "Tno witness will come forward." It was a woman about lifty years old. Her brow allotted lines of care, and her voice betrayed despondency. I keep a boarding-house," she be gan. " Last winter tlm man came ami secured a room and board. He told me t tice is about to be done, wncn the vicious creat'ire lues away and amuses himself in mid-air. Presently he settles, aud the chase begins a2.iin. till the hunter sets tire to the flimsy curtains, and lias quite enough work to do i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 21 July 1881

home, Finn D cu:ie. Grained wood should bo washed with cold tei. Cut hot lire-id or cako with a ho: Imfc. and it will not be clammy. tn dripping raedictno plica the ha'iclle nf the spoon between t!ie le.i v of a book. Jlcat can be prevented from scorch ing, during th3 r urfin precis, by Fiiiinlt placing .1 b ism or cup of water in the oven. I lie steam generated not oulj preients scorching, out make the me.it cook niier. A "ixiil war to cook licr U to fry it in butter. ith .i'i onio i cut in sin ill pircutsj.itterrl oerit- Cojfc Movvlv; when done add a Umip of butter and a litt e lliuir, stir well, and turn over the Iner. Scne nith Saratoga potatoes For general purports on the firm. citor oil. with a little ker-ene added, is the best lubricitor and pre-erver. I-ursaus mowers, biuij'f. etc.. it fur nishes more body, with less gum, tna.n most oil. 'Ihe amount of kerosene, if any. to be added, must bo governed by the purpou for which it is designed. Drying Umbrellas. Most people drv th...

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. — 21 July 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. PROVISION FOR. W1STMI. Soma months ago tbc Medicine Lodge Crttt contained a srofible f ticle.which we reproduce now, oo roTi")inj feed for win ter. The Cremtt eiid (lie I 3d?, bird winter in all probability taught our people a vain ab'e Itsscn to (be effect that ther rant male more ami le prorfrioo for such contingencies an bard and locg continued storms. StTeral succewire jears of remarkable success an! freedom from losses bare made people catties. The racge had alj proTtn ample and tatttj eopl bad come 10 believe that it was a mere waste of time and labor to pirpare any feed for cattle. Lu-I winter demonttrated that such an idea it a mistale, an t ll.e man who bad prepared a few ttiels of hijr was enried by bia Iei fortunate neighbors who, for lick of feed, were obliged to see raluable animals die fioni (loreity. There il but little doubt that $8 worth of -millet hay fed out at the proper time would have rare 1 the life of many an animal which would hare been...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 28 July 1881

V ; DODGE CITY TIMES. SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., JULY 28, 1881. NO. 271- . ' 4 A DODGE HOUSE Price $2 Per Day. riRST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT AND FOE TRANSIENT CUSTOM EXCLUSIVELY. First Class Livery, Feed and SALE ST.VDLK IN" COXSECTIOX with this house. Cox & Boyd, Proprietors. GREAT WESTERN HOTEL. S. G ALLAN D, Proprietor. South side of tho Railroad, OOllC.li CITV, KAMIA GOOD SAMPLE ROOJ1S FORCOMMER CIAL TRAVELERS. , So Liquor Sold on the rremua. 13a ciiar;i:h reasonable. LIVERY STABLE ATTACHED. WEIGHT HOUSE, J, H. TBPFER, PROPRIETOR. HAVING OVESED THE II0C3E WITH ETCBVTIII.XG NEW, I INTEND TO . KEEP AS GOOD A HOUSE IN EVERY RESPECT AS CASHEFOVSD IS TUE STATE. Terms, $2 Per Day. GRAXD CENTRAL RESTAURANT, T. J. DRAPER, Proprietor, DODGE CITV, KAX8ASJ. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. ONLY FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT IN THE CITY. OSCAR TREVALLEE, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, (John Mueller's old stand.) DODGE CITY. KAIfSA. Sleepicg, dining and cookiog cars for tbeir workmen have Leen Introduced by tbe Buf...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 28 July 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. MflstlllrTIOXi $i.O)pr War, laJJfaarr. NICHOLAS II. KLAISE, - Epitou UElOItE J.Vl AVTEi: THE tVUilTU. Tl nmll Imr ofyfter room Was nnmir an ftmi' r limb; Ilanircr h laiiab-1 to worn; Tusla) ob.Unlletb fclin' A rruli b dntb hi in aupport; One nnn Islnaallns III lira li bnmlazcj taut: Ho may not !lai aor 11117. His fac l corchM an 1 black, lluhstb bulbwlfa Host. One car bit b jumps! tbo track, IIlD ejrea arc on the ckxe. IXTUsl tith ry crown 1 mnirtn.r'a Utter cup; It btiru him to ft ilown, Jtnurtft blm u Stan tup. Mill tbc unconiiirri"l lad. Half itis-bles, wbiMwrsrct, " Vou IeiriW Top. I bal A bullr I'ourtb, you lief" .t llMnlleQiAcT. 1 Idles ami Drawn Work. There is a newspaper story of a man who in his last illnc-s hid lho strength in an unguarded in inii'nt to spring out of bud, seize a ti'h ami trample it un 1I1T foot as a final expression of his hatred of Mich articles To men who have exjiosed themselves tothe jeers of the pomilsce In appcaringon the stree...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 28 July 1881

i THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SSnMBIITIUS: J.OO per Tfr, la AJunrc NICHOLAS I!. KLAINE, - EniToit. A SUMMER DA Y. TuniU'le-brcated b;rJ' navo sunsthspr!ai nway: IMnlc arbutus teat es h-ivo Mushed furewcU ti Mil-; There's h soft, sweet presence hoveriiur on There s the whole of summer In tho summer sfcr. Whtn trie d.iyl'sht Uutters from their swinj ltijr nests. Klse enraptured welcome from enraptured bre;i-ts; When the clouds of sunct stream like burn ing lljrt.t. . . , There' the taint, low warblin? of their soft in tod-night. Thero nronvers murmuring as they onward ITO. Ttult thoralosprinirloo-sened Into fuller flow; Nun- a wider fflory in their sp.lrWlmj hides There' a summer's puslon la their throbbing tides Thin win?. .ilnihine-dustcd, thro tho noon titles iro Ilutterrlies in silence ilutterlnir to anil fro; 1 here' tho whole npo sweetness of tbosprinr iron" by There's tho whole of summer In tho Bummer sky! Jfi. U. C. Vhibm, In IPidc-ylirtjAf. A SUMMEK I1)VI- lltrole MiiiKle r Two Ama...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 28 July 1881

T THE POSSE CITY TIMES. UODGE CITY. THURSDAY. JULY 23. SUBSCEJIT10X: M CO per year, In adianee. . II. imn.tK,EtllHirandPulllhr. VUILADVLl'llU WOOL MARKET. W. C. Houston, Jr. & Co. mike a report of the condition of the Philadelphia wool raatket, from which we mile the following extracts: Colorado fleecej are now Uirc received in creater quantity, and while the condition of (lie wool is in in favor, some o! the lota bear eridtLce of the hud winter through which the sheep have parsed in their some what matted chancier and gnerallj hungry appearance. To eel there lots to the beet advantage will requite careful handling, ar.d to male them auraclitc it will he nee arttj to untiring the fleecer and cartful! . tort the wool. We have aold medium at 3 c Oilier grade are in lem rcque.1, and we quote quirter blood at 21c to 25c, and Mexican and carpet at 17c to 19c, according to freedom from temp and condition. The receipt of New Mexican are not u jet large enongli to enable u lo.form a jur...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 28 July 1881

LOCAL NEWS. TIKIK WBIE-.. T. oeito KAST. I'Mwengcr.. ISWa.m. IVBwnjtr. Ur.M. l-intcrant.. .10:15 a.m. Krfliht .... 7:30 r.M r-lgilt 3.10 A.H Goixft wlt. l'AAjrnfftr ,31a.m. l'AKSrligrr. iSO rji. hml.ir.uit. 7.W aju. trrliiht .. liSlr.M. freight . . 1:U a x. MctilNMS, Agrnt Business In Dodge la nnnsuollv good. Tbe rain mate tbe wild sunflower n'ls. TliO mar. wLo drink whisky before breakfast will jwon gt hi Iner perfora t'S. A. cold rain in .luly knocked Venuor'e esocd heated term out of kilter. Two davs' rain in July! To the person bnngtnz n the largest iralermelon we will snd the Times one jflir tree The "largest melon" to be de termined by weight. J M. Wright aid Mell. Wright haye re- rned from a trip to Warrensburg. Mo. Frank T. Wright is alo in the city. The two latter reside in the Pan Handle. The fine climate in this section is mak iZ Dodge Citj a delightful Rammer re sort. The prohibitory amendment drives snie old stagers to thu point for their health. The weather is so nice ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 28 July 1881

llors'.-s Hi at Stumble. In the matter of 'tumMinc Captain Hayes goei into iu theory, Uravvin;; dis tinctions that may tie very serviceable. lie explains that there are two kimUof stumbling. One is really dangerous, when the lioroc i either weak in the (oreless. or cr-itupc-il in the action or with the physical defect of too straight shoulders. 'Hutu lien stumbling ari'cs from the knee being in-ullieieiitl- bent or the toe unduly depressed, thereby catching upon any inequality in the ground, it may be ha ely disregarded, utiles the animal is intended for show rather than use. We may add, for our selves, that we have ridden excellent liorn-i with this failing; that, frenuent 1 u they might trip or stumble, ex perience "to'.d us that they were abso lutely sure-footed; but that what ho chiefly objected to was that, in cases when they were nervous, each trip led almost invariably to a succession of oilier. That such stumbling comes of a lovenly manner of going there cm be nodoubt. It In...

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