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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 25 August 1877

1 l Beduco thoArmy. The following bit of sarcasm from the Leavenworth Times shows how ridiculous some advocates of reform are making themselves: The New York Graohie. in a recent edi tonal, rises to say that it is obvious, as the Son eloquently remarks, that the unitea states Army ongnr, u oe recracea. Just look at it a moment! The army is now so excessive that some six or eight hnndred soldiers are Innc around luxnri- atinglnthe Kocky Mountains and along the Mexican frontier with nothing to do excepting to keep the oarages and greasers in subjection. The hostile Indians of iioniana. luano, Wyoming ana wasning ton territories do not exceed twenty thousand all told, and Gen. Gibbon had no less than one hundred and eighty-four (lS4)witu which to meet and overthrow them. Indeed, counting his mule drivers and hospital stewards lie had eight (8) more I These eight (8) men Gen. Gibbon does not seem to have utilized, and it is hoped that he will lie court martialed and niado to account for...

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. — 25 August 1877

A CATASTROPHE. YlHoubrimr who w that ipht Cat frit HiJimldtTvtpale nil rixht Ur tl if i.Utf low," thrift vurfi bfcrh, " Aimw-"WtfywitUioulifnUli.A ' l- - jl wnuicrr kaw htm and -topi! to Mare ; X rnw Qon snthered to watrti him there A pirfcj! a flurty: ialrylliflit (hitut j.t-i tlm tfiitilov a buttcilly bright, j from Hd of cloi it am! pert uraed air, wfrljr 1nct, what brought yuti there Tin baby fw It, cud cajjerly Lwb'i oot to catch it, withrrowing' gl-e tHfa fat, pint flngtr, njachwl out and Ml! Tbe awful horrolv fc tonsruo can tell forlK!JlJMhytMtttft anil bright J!Ic lapca quivered and If prtprt'U white; Weak wmen fainted, KtroiiRiiien crew weak; Vp roi on voDian's h art jiierrinv tdiruk. Hurrah for th awninK I'non tho fly It rauchttlic rtiuiitiTHiKl towd him high. Thilone; prndlsimn iniMe haby k-ow! li-tuffUttai Licatlu sir, mid Ktup ahonl. AUMfd rite aaiJnx that had no Oaw, TSui a nifldT baby you never aw Wjr -'rJt. irnffht, in Xeir Ortemu Veayvt. "s? TrtElltSICAL COWii., -v ...

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. — 25 August 1877

SrkMlnanas b Wives. I From t he Xnt York Snn.1 We1-find some disagreement as to whether schoolmarms are desirable can- .& dnlatei for matrimony. Among the la- diet UMrmstuvus tne opinion stvou to prevail that as wives they would es pecially auom nomes ana mace nappy the lives of jrood husbands. Thev ar- 2uc tliat the verr fact of their crettin: and holding their places is evidenco of their intelligence and moral worth, two things' very requisite in a wife. They say, turtner, that the lamuianty witn the management of children which a teacher acquire vv ill serve her in good stead when she become a mother her self; and that the development of her iJCiutHV which she gets in the school room i 01 just ino son. in:u wi pre pares a woman for the duties of a wife. In fact, they say that they are the girls for vounjr fellows to court. There is however, some masculine objection to these claims of tho school- marms, and it is cspreeo in the letter here printed: Sir I noticed in vesterilav'...

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. — 25 August 1877

SOUTH OP THE ABKAWSAS. IFrom Dodgo City to Camp Supply. THE CCCXTHY A3 WE FOUW IT TTIE SOIL AXD 0E0L0CIC4L IX1TUEES ALLUVIAL IlEFOSlTS. 2ILVEIUL COMTO8ITIONC, TIM UKJt. GKA53 AND CUAZIKU GEOLOGICAL iPECIMENS. It has betn conceded by scientists and professional sentlemen who baie made such matters a life-long etudy, that the cliuiato uf Southwestern Kansas 14 the most healthful to be found, probably in the voild. It 13 more equable tho Tear round as far ai a rariablo climato is con cerned. Tho thermometer ranges fiom CO3 toSus in summer, and 30s to CO3 in n'lutir, triviug merely sufbeieut clianno to bo appreciated and distinguish winter f.-i.ui snuimer. Tho section of coontrj under conideratiou Hos between 'Ji 3 and 00 west, and 3d and SSS north from Greenwich oriSJs and 24s west, and SO1 anil S3 north from Washington. 'io describe tho stirfac and scenery of this part of Kan ms Ford and Clarke counliea o that it cap be appreciated b those who have ncTer se en a praine conn try, would...

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. — 1 September 1877

-yZsuLsi if. RfES. DOD"GE CITY TI DODGE CITY, KANSAS, SEPT. 1, 1877. NO; 16. vol.. ni. :& NOTICE! NOTICE! NOTICE! WE lttff leave to annonnce to t,' TiMic that In order to diapoffof our CltTIRK iTfCK of WATCH ltd and JIWKLBr, iirettau to our departure from Dods UlJ. we will offer our (food at Irom S3 to toper cent, below therejjnUr price. a AXI. our 'stork IBT K before WKPT. lith. We would nil feclal attention to the following Hat ot rtkJM and their prices, which we respectfully Invite u to mil and examine: 'OEMTa' GSI-BrATCBItl. 18k. Extra line cold H.wsrd Watch, CO dt. ce, open face. Price, SIM. Extra line AppMoo Tracy Vallham Watsh. HOitjrt.. lsk. gold hnatinx caae. stem-winder 3nd setter. Price, U". Pine English 1'atrnt Lever Watch, to dwt., ISk. gold osntln case. Adams A Sou. Price Fine gold stem-winder and tetter. to dwt caae, American movement, adjusted to neat and cold. Price SIM. Fine gold JMeiu-winder and fetter, American retirement, adjusled to heat and cold. l'nee S.7...

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. — 1 September 1877

THE TIMES. W. C. 5HIX3, Publilhtr. DODGE CITY, - - KANSAS. THE XIHIIT AFTEKl'LEVNA. Tlw lVnrniiiU of n Iefalrcl Army A Crniihic lVn-plcturo of thr- Horrors of the HalUrfltM. nr Ccirrftiondfncc Iondon Hallr News It Hik tho evening of tlie battle of 1'Iewia. The tun wis going down be hind the smoke-mantled heights, in a glow of lurid ' crimson. The dnfc was fast settling on one of the bloodiest bat tlefields of 'the century closing in ninml the batteries whose guns weru Mill fir ing, round detached parties of Kussian soldiers who were doggedly maintaining the fight again't the swarms of Turks who formed a ring uronnd them, firing fiercely into their midst, round the dead and me wounded ljing thick on the stubbles, on the grassy slopes, in the hollows among the maize plants and oak copies, round the knots of wound ed who had crawled for cover to thelee sidc of tho grain stacks on the fields, and who lay therein the unspeakable aonv of waiting for the inevitable doom which they knewtqo ...

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. — 1 September 1877

& m 1 ,sH TO CORRESPONDENTS. ATI communications fort his paperihonld be ncroinpHnieilbythenAraeoftliu author, not necessarily for publication , lut u e Menct) of pMlfiiitlionthotmrt of the writer. Writ onlynnoncsltlPox the paper. lie part tcolarly cart-ful in jrirlnR names nnd date, to have all let ten or figures plain and dLttincu How a Story Grows. The San Francisco Argonaut has the following apt illustration of how a vety small matter sometimes becomes magni fied in going the rounds of the press: Judge Forral, of the City Criminal Court, going to his homo in (be outskirts of the city, at a late hour of the night, tired his pistol in the air to aid in the ar rest of an individual fleeing from a po lice officer. Saturday Argonaut. Judge Fcrral, of the Criminal Court, while passing ou his way from his office to his residence one evening last-week, saw af ugitive endeavoring to escapof rom justice; whereupon, drawing his pistol, lie fired two balls at him. The prisoner was arrest...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 September 1877

Lsrnl Brevities!. "rolTceconrt "S- 0" thii week. Sweet potatoes at the Red Front. Hay for sale. Enquire at this office. TJio hog ordinance so far lias proved not bog proof. Never ont of potatoes or onions at Web ster's. I'all Is here and the wild grape wawn las arrived. Iter. Mi. Wright is now stopping at trie Dodge House. JjhnRlney. started for the front with his iraia j eatetday. Fall pliuU just received. M. Collar. Uritum Young, the treat Mormon pncst, died thin week. A car-ioad of watermelons for Bale cheap at tlio Red Front. Choice chicken for sale. Enquire at thin office. Kt.w stuck of dry geod and notions just being received at Webster'. itiH:ta My the IXuver gills bare no teeth. Ask Dick Elans. Mr. P. Wulsb returned home to Las Ammas iasl ijuuday. Yu-i t-a ,.i'i live dollar' worth of sum nici goods lor tiMat M. Collar's. lla gtiiuu uui in tonn yesterday, smiling just tne sauic. ;-.r. Ziaitneruian, raised enough melons on u.ofur'Q this yrur to supply the market. Wivtero inlor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 September 1877

for the Timu.1 SEA-BOUND. bt a. t. n. Bound o'er the dark, dark billows. For land beyond the title, Tbe trallest plank to bear me. One ray of light to guide. The nearest, dearest trea-tnres In cagi rneai are graejied. But band frown weak and weary liath Ion? itioce been iinclasited. The waves roll o'er ray treaures As they sink into the deep. Bat the brtgtit r.iy that gleatnetii Duth hel mjr IglU ieei O'er the darL. ware it shineth. And down in depths afar It ojiena a light pathway To where ray treasure are. And luicUy they're borne upward Like mUU o'er ocean flun. And in my heart's dart itorrow This white-winged faith hath Jron? That lie who bold- the waters In iace, at Lis command, Will sav. from wreck my YrSnel And briu me to that land That Ian 1 of Ileulah, brighter And lairef than the day That bath been fceen afar cJT By faith', bright cheering rat. That land of earth fiown treasures From Its darL depths uj borne, Trom death to liie eternal, . From night to brightest mom. OJcrl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 September 1877

PAXCHETTE, THE GOAT. An EpIfMMta of the Sfrce of I'lri. When tbe German Army inclosed in its iron grasp the most brilliant anil pleasure-loving city of Europe, trans forming in a moment its epicurean pop ulation into a people of !icroc,tlie en virons once so gav and so dc.iui.iui nau experienced a cfiange almost as great. Most of tbe detached villas were desert ed, or occupied by tbe enemy, and the Tillages, whose regular inhabitants had either taken refuge in Paris or lied to a distance, w ere rcpopulated by a singu lar assemblage of individuals, bclong ing to all classes of society, and bound together only by the tie of a common nationality, and the necessity of finding a shelter and providing for their daily wants. The hamlet of Boullaim illiers, which had been thus abandoned, had received an entirely new colony, and its beau tiful avenue, carpeted with a turf of the most lovely green, had all the appear ance of a camp. As long as the season would permit, cooking was carried on i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 September 1877

HOTS FOR THE HOUSEHOLD. Fried Sweetbreads. Wash vcrv care fully and dry well; cut In slices, and fry in plenty of butter and lard mixed; turn them frequently until they are a line brown; use no bread or cracker-crumbs, as that absorbs too much jrreasc. Chocolate Iceream. 1 quart of cream, 1 pint of new milk, 1 pound of sugar, 2 well-beaten eggs, a tablespoon fuU crated chocolate rubbed smooth in a little milk, flavor to taste; heat the milk almost to boiling, pour it by de grees in with the beaten egg ana sugar, and freeze. To l'r(parc an Invigorating Bath. A teaspoonml or more ox powdered borax thrown into the bath-tub while bathimr will communicate a velvety soft nei.s to the water, and at the same time invijrorate and rest the bather; persons troubled with nervousness or wakeful nights, will find this kind of bath a great bencut. Eiigs Cooked in Italian Slile. Moist' en :! rpoonfuls of Hour with 4 ounces of butter, in a saucepan, stirring constant ly. When of the consistency of t...

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. — 1 September 1877

CAMP SUPPLY. Pcnographicinktuinitcins. Tin: -WTJlTHEB-OCIAL UOI CJLTItO-CltO-TUN ME A iCKEB COW MISCELLANEOUS ITBM. . Tirf threatened stonu predicted for the 18th iuit Ll.l not read) tbli rtl.n of country tut fceuTjr rain struck, usou tfce lath which "ill win er uttilue, but u the weather l-rog-iKitlcUri only ulcuUlrd tor tbe United SUte. hince we who lire ontof!. geographical areasdij nt htc th benefit of the rrtultof tbe Iioreoopo. Tb "boy" t tLU jot bare organized an a.iodatlon under the hame of "The Camp fcupp!) Scciat ilub'acillla e Seers at prteiit ireu fulloAS. S-gt. ltaraa, IresMeot Ordi nance Sit bcall. Vice lrlItnt; 5gt, Patnn Secretary; and frgt. Hart TrcMurer, Tbe object of tke Club U to give a t rlea of entertainments tut mutual Ittatructfon and amusement. One xcUlj l Impromptu hop. tbe first of which ugneaon Thursday erning, the 2Jd last., which proved a migr.lCrnt uccea and gave eLtlre atl. fiction to all (except tno who were exjielli-dor pncribed as Improper persons ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 September 1877

x- "2 DODGE CITY TIMES. vol. m. DODGE CITT, KANSAS, SEPT. 8, 1877. NO. 17.. NOTICE! NOTICE! NOTICE WUbcfr lear to announce to ttwpnMIc that In onlertrtIIneof our B.TTIRK KTOCK of IVATC'UKN and JEWKIJtV, freriiiutn our departure from Yh$v itr. w will otTT our pxii tit from 25 to 4uierreut. below The repular price, a ALL Gtirnltel MvAT BE HOLD before wETT. IMh We wouM call i-rul attention tt the lolloping list ot article and their priced, which we resiect fully inutejou to call and essmlne: GEXTB a.01M WATCH CM. Extra flno roU Howard AlTatch. CO ilwt., lPk. cae, open face, Price, $14.". hxiratineAppletou rracy Wnllham Wat ah, mMnt., 1st. itM hunting cjl. ettru-wlndr iiii setter. Price, s)11J- kinvhuffUah Patent Lctrr Watch, 09 dwt . J k. gold Imniiij cae. .Vlmis ic sun. Price fcinepoIJ stem-vindtr and Mtter, 43 dirt cae, American noement, adjusted to heat and .M. Price U.. Fin polti tftern-windi-raud setter, American nmreiQt-nt, adjure I k-hentdndrold. Price S7". Fine pwld t.iem-winde...

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. — 8 September 1877

THE TIMES. W. C. SHIRK, Pnhliiher. DOD(;ECITY, - - KANSAS. THE MAS FBOJT DEAD WOOD. Inrldrnt of IJfoln Hi Illnrk If ilia How tli OvrrInnl Conrhrft r IUlbrd An Kitrn.lie Conspiracy Funereal Wit llniicli n the lltlimn-A Thrilllnc Mo-17- . (I-TOIII IUOCW lurk IM-ruiu.J Piiilaukm'HIa, Anjrust 12, 1877. A man from Deadwood Citr, the great metropolis of the HlacK lltlls, pas-cu through here the other day. Ho has just juit driving the overland stage to Deailwoou, winch place lie cmpuaucai lv iirououncci the most diabolical town on earth, and Levond question the wick edest spot tbis side of the infernal re gions. He has come back to " God's country," as he calls the East, to get a littlo money that has been left him, and to sec his old home before he goes back to iret some more holes shot through -him, as he puis it. The man from pcad- woou i? one ox ino fiuaiiu. oniwu characters that arc essentially Ameri can, and only found in all their uncon- ventionaiity in tnc great nest. Aiicr you hav...

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. — 8 September 1877

e & TO CORRESPONDEXTS. AH commtmicationB for this paper ahocld be accompanied by the name of tlie author, not ncc e sanly for publication, bat tu eTiitence of pood faith on the part of the writer. Write only on one iirie of the paper. Be particularly careful , in ffivinjr names and dates, tohaTcidflcttertor figures j!aiu and distinct. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Personal and Literary. Joseph Cook is over 40, and portly. Charles Readc receives 30 a page for magazine contributions. The Cincinnati Commercial says Dr. Mary Putnam Jacob!, of New York, is at thehcad of the medical profession among women. The New York Sun says that Frank It. Carpenter, th artist, has sold his picture of " Signing the Proclamation of Emancipation" for $25,000 to a wealthy lady, a warm ailorer ot air. Lincoln, who, it is said, purposes to present it to the Government for per manent exhibition in the National Capi tal. Coi.Joyce.reccntly of Jefferson City, Mo., in an interview with a Chicago newspaper reporter, an...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 September 1877

I, unit Brrtitlea. Jlr. Overly's cow in dead. Hay for Hale. lZwiniro at this office Fresh vegetables every morning at tlie Htd Front. Messrs. Nichols and Culbettson started south yesterday with their freight train. A largo stock of notions just received at Webster's. Choice clncktns for sale. Euquiro at thin office. Five, hundred dozen fresh eggs rccciv. cd this afiemuou at tho red front. Fall goods of every diseription bve commenced toamvoatM. Collate. Fottyrat loads of lexss cattle will lsa sl.il I'd rase 21 inn mis eny ima evening. J i. J. II. riiillii has been iinnsually nus) receiving iu,u snipping sioci luis week. County Commissioner lVacock went down to Ins farm in Mcl'berson count)" losl'llleada). Missrs. Dodder. JIattoii and fluxion exict to take in the hi. l.ouis fair about I ne ursi et next mourn. Tbecditorof the Citnaron Congo is de tained in the city by a sick cow. Mr. A. G. Springer is up from the I'm Handle. Ho is now fully embarked in the stock bntinrss. and lias a f...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 September 1877

s J Tho Court Martini at Iyon. From n correspouilvnt of tho Leaion iurthTiuits wo uleaii the .following nla tic to the court-martial at Lvon: TUG I-OST is frarrtsoiiiil by tbrco companies ot tlio ltttli Infantry ami onn companj of colored cavalry, ami psvrythliie; w kept up neat .mil clean The licidti.irteM of the 13th. where, wilh CoL C If. Simtli in com 1 nnnil. ami with a fin reeinienftlbiinl. tlnnm arc ni-uletinpiearoei-iland hom JlLc. Jmt.it this tinta the convening of llieio.irt martiil hcru his hnmslit many ollictrs from other parts of the lrp.irt iiient, nhiih makes it lively for those Atitionnl lure. Wo Jme Col. IVnny p.icker, Lieutenant Colmu.1 V.iu Yost and Mjj. Wjiiiwrntlit. of tic 1btb. Mij. llroole and JIjj. Taylor of tho I'.iy De partment tho last turee from Leu en- mirth a vell as Lieutenant-Colonel Joints, or the lth,.ind C.ipt. jlrnton, of tho 23d, as memoirs of tho court from other part. As h court, the one now m -cwiimheio mil rompjro favorably with .iny that Ill...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 September 1877

citrixa mom the depths. I take my Stli rinjr heart, O God ! And It) itinTbx hand to night, Abashed, I la it In Tlij hand 3 (ore it withers julte. Ah, look, not j t1 bnt Ilt n Tliott I rstti thai I Hliould Jar to bring Into 1hvphercot ierfectnM so pitiful a thing! A heart thai like a cat off nw Droup bruied, discolored, ?K.rlftliig; That keeps no tmc nl its Mrtii hour V hen JunC glad birds did bing. A heart that fails, a ro-e that dies Tb-e hnt no irtue. ol tht Ir own ; lint only do high heart, lrcali flow ere, belong to Thct, alone I- ather an 1 Maker ! I n-le c Thou canst not cast Tin vorknwuj, So 2 bring bat k. m ruin d life To 1 bet, bat dost Thou s f pent It l, on piilc of Iioimj Tunibs through it kcp it II viucstill; for Thou f aiiit malt it whole ifaiut And wurtln If luou will. Mrof ni) oul! eternal thrills Tin uiwt.niwfl'twtxt'lhee and mo; InThj ditplitarti room for nil Ti htarts that tprlug lroui Thee! Ilrcat he! Ikhj ou mine and It shill w ako ; Miull riMi and blowim as the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 September 1877

the Romance of Real Life. The White Pine (Xer.) .Vein tclU this little story: "Every traveler who, dur ing tho past six years, has rode over the route leading from Hunter toward the eastern portion of White l'inc Coun ty has noticed during tho summer months the well cultivated garden on Murray Creek, which beautiful stream flows into Steptoe Valley. Generallv a little, old, dried-up Frenchman could be seen working in the garden late and early, who could talk no language in telligible to any one, and to whom no commission of lunacy would refuse a diploma trf Woolbridge. He had squat ted on about two acres of land, and in clined it with a neat and close sage brush fence, built thereon a little stone hut, furnished with little round port holes near the roof. The land belonged to a neighboring farmer; but as the lit tle old Frenchman was inoffensive and dfd the farmer no material injury, he was allowed to cultivate his garden year after year unmolested. When travelers or residents of th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 September 1877

PAN-HANDLE OF 'riXAS. Prom Camn SuddIv to Ft. Elliott, Tho Country .. St reams... Buffalo liangcs - Camping PlacC3 ... Pan Handlo Settlcmcnt-...Affriculiural Pursuits . Farm Products ... Dis- tancc3..-Hanchcd, &c., fcc. Ft. Elliott, Testa s, Sept. 1 , 1877, In nurauante It a roruie made to tonie of ray trl ends when ic J! Uty, i continue iny Crip from U Arlan- rivr nontiiward or rather Boutliwwt lK " n- hwp I It ft off in tnrU-t, Camii Su.t , i f The Indian TVr ruvtr U a ixrtiun u( i tra ince the Ureal rUim. and has Ucp e-t Oj art fcr Uki exclusive ue of tli-Indian The l.rrlory i about IM mile long, and from 33 m 23) miles wide. It fa bouuJcdou lh north by Kaaaat, Missouri and Arkaj-aiun the ui, iVvaa on lhe south, and fir Mexico ! tin- 1 jn-IIaudle of Texas on the vet. In thcinrii"urniKrajiior uls tmI terri tory lo-atM Kbit Mi- one t nitil the great American ltoert. but weie auyosc fully -o- aea-edwitti tho dismal id a of barren deart of fcacd-hille and drUd t.p atrium, lit him...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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