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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 December 1881

LOCAL NEWS. J. ColUr has extended his storeroom 125 feci, reaching to the back street The frame toaod house is going up. In the apring a 21-otall atone round hoaae will be built. John Mueller and f.niily returned San day morning from visit to friende in St. Loom and in Illinois. " Henry Sturm, who waa confined to hi room with sicantsa for several daja, is able to attend to buine.a again. Mrrria Collar i pulling up a large ware house near the railroad track, opposite hw ttore. His bueiutss is increasing. Taxes on real estate should be paid before December 2Jth, to afoid the penally that attaches its-H after that date. Dr. W. B. Ketner, of Okaloose, Iowa, baa been looking at ihe country with a new of engaging in Ihe sheep busir.ess. A. T. Burke and a Mr Rice, of Pueblo, bate negotiated for 500ewe and intend i fl ing inio the sheep business, locating in this part ol the country. A prairie fire east of the Fort on Monday destroyed the grass in coneiderable of range so that Mjveral ranch...

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. — 1 December 1881

lionet, But .ot Too Honest, to expect from ono is too much to ask oi I another. If we would direct anyone Brother (Jardner to the Mme-ruln ,0w to reach a far distant city wo must Club. "If I ghouid find a pereekly ( irst know from what point he will start; lioncs't man honest in liis expressions. , so if we wouj advise anyone wisely lioncit in hi dealings, sincere in life conccrnins his conduct in life we mus't statement I shouldn't like liim. He .ttov whereabouts l,e now stands, in would be a lonesome object in dis ai;e. oncr to t.how him the right direction He would heek iu vain fur companion- to tako- kWOcoiiM fullv realize tho ahip. While I believe dat honesty am ' rLat ainit-ultr of so app'reciatinj tho de bes' iiolicjr, I doan' look to see it r,ecuijar position, character and fccl practiced licvomi a certain limit. When jnrrs o am)t,er as to tind out what xva I trade mules wid a man I kinder like nlly the best tiling for him to do, we to doubt hi word. I want to feel dat si10I...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 December 1881

Br actual merit the. famous substance, St. Jacob Oil. has steadily won lu way until It h to-dar the National remedy (or rheuma tism. Lawyers, physicians, clergymen all u-e It. C'UcimrUl (0 o) IXiiltj Eitqairtr. Some one says that IM Fellows are not 3Iin, ntthoiizh approaching thcui iutbelr iorL. X. O. I'tcawe. Tin: ritUbur? .Sun Ivj L'ad-r quotes: Mr. JUrtln KarA SihcrCreck, Minn., cured a badly ouuded horse with St. Jacobs Oil. Tun proprietor of a cotton-mill put this notice upon his factory Kate: " Xo cisars or cood-lookiu; men admitted " In explana tion he mid: "The one nill set flame (jo ins; anions my cottons, and t'other anions the jals. 1 won't admit such danserous things Into my establishment. The risk Is too great." "ISrcame Ktiuutl untl M rll. Hatchh:' station. tin.,. March 2T.1S7C. It V. 1'IKi.Ch, JI. 1).: li-nr Air.- My nife, who had been 111 for over two year, and hail tried many other medicines, becttne sound and well bvusin4 your 'FaoriIe Prescrip tion." Mr niece was ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 December 1881

THE DODQE CITY TIMES- The San Antocia editor of the Ft. Werti. L!tc Stuck Journal me: John T. Ljlle hu boczhl 1.300 cow in North TVx ! Theae cows ire lo be ilrNen to South Texaa. I Kan.a nd Colorado mjr mike a i oie o 1, tiilf. Btratliweat Tixaa can no longer la nib tbem with cattle. We are bojen. not elleM ol that clM of Mock, Arkacaaa, Lou i.i.na and Minimripi bare all been put un der contribution loour atock Iiitrreata. 1 liou eandt of the cattle hate brta brought from there StalM for our borne use and we neeil thouaandt more. We can run ten head wheie wnow have one. If oar cattlemen cannut boy be cattle ther will bui the next brt one and two jear old rteen to eat tl e fine gran now going to wte. W Lave home maiket for every cow brute in the citniirj; we are abort ot beef and brerding cowk. Fowl for the IJrain and Ni-rvn Out will inv iconic the body without inioi::mnc i what we need in tbee Jata of ruh and w.ir rj. 1'arVer'a Ginger Tonic re-toiee the Titl enerRie", nootLea the ne...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 December 1881

jQt y 1 DoroEnorrr times SIXTH TEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., DEC. 8, 1881. NO.-290 H.M. CLARK, Notary Public and Justice ofl the Peace, SlBABBVaXt.K, KANSAS. Particular .Mention elvrn to business tn the U.S. LandOBee. Collections promptly attend. dlo. ROBINSON k ROY, CARPENTERS, BUILDERS. A2B CABINET . Contract and estimate made far all kind of building. Painting, Flattering and Pi'ptr Hanging Xeatly done. Sbp In old dance hall, south tide, Dod(e City " OLD HOUSE " SAMPLE ROOM, BOBGB CITY., KANSAS. FRED. SINGER, Proprietor. THE CHOICEST LIQUORS. WINES ASP CIGARS. MEAT MARKET. FRED. MARTIN lias recently rcltted his shop, near the depot, emtblin hiru to hamile larger quantities of meat In hi enlariced a and. TBI CHOICEST COBNFEBmEBeT always on hand. FIIESU SAUSAGE AND CORN BEKF thebestlnthenvuket. Gire me a mil. Ide City, Kae. noeK OSCAR TREVALLEE, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, (John Mueller's old stand.) BADGE CITV -KANSAS STOCK RANGE and CAT TLE FOR SALE. ANownrrI fine STOCK BANTU iistres to m f a...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 December 1881

THE BODGE CITY TIMES Subscription, $2per year, in ukaiico.-" NICHOLAS B. KLAINE. EDITOR JOliESUADOn'JXG& Vhen,tnorolnif from her rosy palaces riUfcbeJt the uuirt land: Mmh noon apreada tnroiurb the rpaces of thc air Her sunshine 1111 and Mand; MbiTt4TliHuttanff8 inakethesky-bclgata Jrnitid; ti When twllirbt,rntbers in tbe Joncty east Arid faade Ibf Mnrld cnbroudi.. tMtoier'lutfcy roof and darkening- Del Is Tbe Awallt iwt fix lu crowds. And event ijr floats afar upon the yellow clouda; When throus-h tbe bnh of purp'o snmmcr bUrht Tbe rbjrmcil miif'tiTiirbt fblneeu And dewy roses load tbe silent air With tutor rich at wines; When breeses lnjr of ocean in the plnesj When white bird aweep alnnz a stormy says U bell far lealhsieeTe A videirown ll.lerncsuf leafless woods M rdtcben tn sulleit sales: Wheoorer Uirrtn fecas tb9 aestcra (rtorrj aics; When winter II era !n reliant purity, Auds.Il too winds brralljcow? And tbe remote luua ky tprvads far and near Orervniu ( or mow. WhiTeenrre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 December 1881

1 THE DODGE Clf T TIMES . -t"t "i. ) Subscription, $2 per year, in advance. IflCHOLAS B. XLAUTX. EDITOR. TUB OLD BARS. A thousand mile i!lldo 119, anil full twenty yearn bae lied Since, inrc)esu'at rested m the roof that sheltered my young bead: Yrt I see it Just as pUlniy as if but a week bad flown .Since I became proficient In the art of picking stone Forthe farm was very rocky and wo yearly ued to haul Sufficient Mono from each old field to build a rod of wall. 1 ' Vet tis not of farm or farm-bouso'dcar that I would sing to-night Those themes by other poets have been won in tatters quite; But rather kt tho subject of my bumble rbtbmicyarn JJeone that grander poets spurn, the blgold- rasbloned barn Dear scene of many n hlirh old romp when youthful blood run free. -And the young lolks did tall courting at the otdtlmc busking bee. I sco It yet. In fancy, with Its old and wbccl- worn floor The wooden latch, the hfred man's namo carved deeply In the door. The spacious mow upon the lef...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 December 1881

THE DODOt CITY TIMES. DODGE CITi THURSDAY. DEC p. iUnSCBIlTIONt 2 00 per year, in adrance. H. B. KLAINK,BdttarauBdlabUaher. DOHTBUBN THE GRASS. We belief a Imle more, cue i.d cau.ion b used, but tie praiiie fire come from ore lessotss. There U leas danger o( firri ijtoii- log thin formerly, jet still greiter preciu lion should be nude. A prominent settler my, '"Do net born tbe grass P should be the w ch-word of CTeri antler, for this reason Tbe gnu b tbe foundation, tbe mains prirg ind tbe wealth of the entire county. Take aar tbe grata and this coonty ii not fit lor mm or ba-t. I know that it baa 1 ing beeo prevail m opinion tbat burning tbe grara in the apricf will be beneficial to tbe ran tbe coming aammer. A greater mistake coaiil to! be made, f.ir the oftener ibe graa ie burnt off the Jess graa we 'will bare to burn oS in tbe future, and tbe more weed, for the fire kills a great many of the crass too a and wee ! come up io (lice ofgras dea roted. Not only doee the fire kill the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 December 1881

V LOCAL NEWS. J. If. Baiasy returned Saturday to hb hceneinDscatar.Iil. W. H. Healey and two daugbtert hart re turned to their ricaae in Texas. J. Modtta sad wife, of Iowa, hart located hare. They are stopping with their son-in-Uw, a H . lean. , aad the The koaaaaa haa saasl club will inaugurate aeorba ofaocial ojlertilaewla. Tba new curragated iron warehouse of Wright, Beverley 4 Co., b flushed, aad il presents a neat appearance. TTiiaiii baa '"" op and tba at; ii on its good behavior; but Chriattaat ia eom lag and again will brighten np again. Tha mild anslhar hse hashed the Cry of scarcity of coal; and a few week mora fina weather will knock tha inflation oat 01 eon price. The Hunoiton in tha OaldwaU bank haw agreed to acoept Danford'e proposition; and they will proDeniy recurs ijkw now g thedoUar. A. B. Webster and Mr. Bnytoa went goose hooting down the rosd iast week. Thsy report large nnmbera of geese and no- merous banters. Celery boiled in milk and eaten with the milk served...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 December 1881

Coffee as a Medicine. In rtccnt time! cofleo Jim "been con silltreJ nt ,aji.an article of faxlcljvt partly as a spice and partly as a kind of medicine. Spice it is. Inasmuch as it causes like many other epiccs. the stom ach to secrete an increaed")uantity of HOME, FAKM AMI liAHDEX. PERSONAL ASD LITECAET. Mr. Itufos Choate was once de scribed by an old farmer as looking Frederick Donsrlass Is worth 8100.- 000 or more, and has a (rood office a Hyellreakfast Cakes. Twocups of rrn tyip1. nnn hnlf mm nf mnl;MKfi4- nnft aDd one-half cups of sweet milk, one , like a mixture of jaundice and, juris- leaspuuoiui 01 buua. aiiu a uluv bvu . t'..-- linkc at once in gem pans. zastnc iu.ee. Digestion only takes I nuantitr of horse radi-di. bod it in Ummissioncr ol lleeos at c.uw a place wlicntlm siilus of the stomach Sfl-Jsaflicientwatertogfvoittheconsistency I year, and the duties light. crele a liquid hating the quality of di-, of sauce, mid a.pincu of salt and twp or Efforts are making in Bohem...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 December 1881

i'., i. ; ; BavataT.. CbnramDtlTa neoole ud IhoM sufferlnc with weak lungs, cough, colds, tore throat. ul asthma, at earnestly reeomatsdad toj aTMA Uke PIso's Care, the best and most pleajaatfij)jc H. M. Banfc-a, of Oiatswortb, XL, writes: " PIso's Curt! for Couumptloo la tba bast cough remtdj In the market, without any exception." Hals. Bntfrcal Thaaa.aaH The widespread popularltr otSsatthlH ionic syrup ana uuii's sarsapanus u evi deneed bv ibe aale In the single month of September laat of between 0,W and 50,000 bottles. The proprietor know their reme dies bare merit and understand how to keep tba public acquainted with. them. , lodartrial -ikhtoru ,r . ,V. ,1 3 S. 1 Mr. George L. Harrison, a well-known philanthropist of Philadelphia, recently made a tour: through Great Britain, France and Germany for tho purpose of examining intoJhc.institmlons for the education, 'reform, or puntshmenc of the poorer cjasse. .Mr Harrison brought -back a remarkable collection of specimens of the wor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 December 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. Tin HpM In Texas hirrt a colored m to baol bale of cotton which they bad sto len. They afterwarda Bordered him to pre vent him Idling. He asked to be permitted to pray, bat wee refused. After hie bead bad been cut off bit sooth attend "pray," V7-" Settlers who made thtlr proofe under the fifir dollir Installment lew ehoald be wry careful about raying rorwqusntinftallawnU promptly. The law protidea that in caw of default being made in any of tbest instnll Bto'a the whole purchase price bi cornea da' at oocr, and if it be not paid wilbin ninety dayp, the laod it placed upon the "default lit" aid again oSered at poblic eale. Avoid difficult, and las by pioi payment. In New Mexico, eaje the Santa Fe Mxi can, ih.re i a greet del of trouble at pres ent ow freight robUries committed aloog the A , T. & 8. F. R B. Care ere freqoint ly bronen ii.tn, it U Mippowd while on the Ait trade, od r.fledof tbiir contents. A number here come in In tbat condi'ioo very recently....

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 December 1881

kl( I J w 1 jt DODGE CITY TIME& 0 lit SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., DEC. 15, 1881. NO. 291 u !'' ? 5 H. M. CLARK, Notary Public and Justice of the Peace, PtlKCTILtll. KJHH. Particular ultenlln uivm to business In the V.S Landvmco. collections pronipuy uu edto. ROBINSON & ROY, CARPENTERS, BUILDERS. AXD CABIMET SltKKBI. Contracts andestirailes rasde for all kinds of bunding. Painting, Plastering and P per Hanging Xeatly done. Ship In oM danc hill, south si le. Dodge City ( OLD HOUSE" SAMPLE ROOM, BODGE CITT KJMM1, FRED. SINGER, Proprietor. THE CHOICEST LIQUORS. WINES AND CIGARS. MEAT MABKET. FRED. MARTIN Has recently refit tt hU abo-p, near tbcdrpAt, enabling him to hamlle larger qua uti tied ofrarat in hia rnlarxe at ami. TOE CHOICEST COKXFEDBEBF always on hainl. FRESH SAUSAGE AND CORN BEEF the best in the roaiket. Give me a call. DoJieCitj. Kas. novl OSCAR TREYALLEE, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, (John Mueller's old stand.) DODGE C1TV -KAXMAI STOCK RANGE and CAT TLE FOR SALE. ANownfr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 December 1881

i THE DODGE CITY TIMES Subscription, $2 per year, in advance. i NICHOLAS B. KJLAINE. EDITOR. A Crime Against Childhood. 1 bo wandered at when one 'considers the .... . , . T extremely bad way in which thev arc Latterly, in tiiy morning drives, I USIIalh. hoj. 3 BeccIlcr no,, arc. nrn r lii nlitlilmn rxf flirt nnirrhlmr. . J . . . -... " wu - i O . . VltllUII.ll VII -- tll.-t4Wrft MAIMIED-DIED. In tbo columns, ildo IirsMe, Man J tho caption. farriwi, DIM! Wbat fluff Irony I tbU 1 hue. rbadr s with death our nuptial Wis, That blend benmth our earnest (jazo Tliniorjrof two woti'lrou. Uyf The klm.f .caTh. of ttli(hinir bride, J-art-nsllc WeaJ InMtrrlcil. (Modi Tbriiliblnir trat of heart that Meeds, Tearful Iirlht or dull eye reads Uric wtio4 luetumre 1$ not clear, Itlurrnd and broke, i thnxiirti a tear; Lily flnsrern, band of ar. Truce the line Inn if ibe patrc; I Nath nod Cupid lle ty ail hport with man in Married, Died! IIro a rtvjuieta, there a t on. Itlrnd and roll tbHr not Pialnnjr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 December 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES Subscription, $2 per year, is advance. NICHOLAS B. KLAINE. EDITOR. 10 VWTIS! IsiaythoHrmnof theCon-;ucn?J, who fell In tho tattle o (lift Tbobyinn nf the woun!M. Iho t km ten, who ilietl overwhelmed in the strUc: Not the Jubilant son of the victors, for whom the rrsouii'linaccUtui Or Nation into lifuM in cnorus, whose lirows wore the ch i pic tor fame Hut tbebmnf'fthe low and the humble, the we.iry. the broken in heart. Vhotrouand who MiloL, acting bnnely a MUnt ami de(M"raro part; Who youth btrano UoHcrun its branches whose boi burned in ii'he away. Prom whoohimd llppc-il the nzetber ha I jrra-ped at, who txl at the dj Inir of d ty. With the work or th-tr lire all ground them, uuvltiKU unheeded, atom. With death wopiii,r down o'tr their failure, and all but their faith overthrown. While the o!cc of the. world houts its chorus its p-Ljn for tboc who hit c won While the trumpet H coundln? triumphant, and blK-h to the breeze and the sun Cay banners aruwai In?, han...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 December 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. DEC. 15. 1UUSCE1ITION: t2 CO ptr year. In adranee. H. M. KLAINE.BdlteraadPabllcber. While a Texas minister was baptizing man. and Suit u he raised him from the wi ter, the candidate) said: "Better souse me gin, parson, for I' re bin puny tough cum for the last ten years." An important contention will be held in Tojjeka oa the 17ih of January, 1662, being the annual meeting of the Wool-urowers association. Thia association represents one of the moat important industries in Kansas, end one, too, that i developing in a pheno menal manner, and the meeting will un doubtedly be well attended. A new kind of lawauit ia pending in Mc Lean countr, Illinois. A railway company has aued a farmer named Cope for $5,000 damage, because bia cattle, running on the railway line, caused a train to be thrown from the track. Thia will bring up a new question, bat a fair one. The railway com pany ia entitled to protection aa well aa the people. The Bank trouble ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 December 1881

ftt THE DODGE CITY TIMES. EXPORT OP CATTIiK. The Homestead. An experiment has recently bem made in transporting fresh meat from Australia to Eogtand, which ni a complete (access. Retriceratisg chambers are prepared in which the meal ii hang, and after the long Toran it arrirea in England in perfect con. dilion. In former experiment! the rooms were cooled by ice, and the dampoca of the air canned the rapid decay ot the meat when exposed for sa'e. This is obviated by the new plin of cooling tbe air by the ammonia proce, the itme that u us'.d in the manu facture of artificial ice. By this meats a dry atmosphere is secured, the meat remains as when first killed, and all risk of ice giving out in lorg voyages is obviated. At first thought it might be stippoeed that onr own export trade of live cattle would suffer from the comf c:ition. But we do not anticipate any such molt. Oa the contrary, its efle:t will be to break down tbe unfriend ly l-ginlilicn by which, through the bujs bear of p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 December 1881

I'KItsOXAl. AM) MTEKUtl. I'.urnnnJ, the editor of I'uncli. lias ulcM-iut. luunlssoiir face. TIiouli ff-37 anil bearded J10 is comparatively . ounjr. He Las fourteen children. Chief JiMtico firar. of Massachu setts, frcqu-jntiy male his circuit Uirougli the Mate on horseback. He 1 a lain of ;iant stature, measuring six feet four uiohes. Edwin ltooth wrilci thitnoxt jcir, nttr filling contract? darins; the spring ml summer in EnInnd. he will go to (Jeniiiny, amwarinj iirt as llamlct, and then ae Richelieu. JudM Toargce's new boot is en titled "volm Kax." and in it !io pictures some of the moro attraetivo ind romin tit characteristics of Southern society, l'olitics and tho cero are left out. -Hon. William I'aixraj, the ctle Lratcd Jruh locturer. lias crossed iho At'antio sovcuty-U u times during the jiail t.ieho carj. and In lectured up ward of 1.000 tunes in this countrj in that time. Mr. A. T Gault. of .Montreal, who lately a. SIO.OX) for a theological college nd tonart a stipend for...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 December 1881

4 t ravranl Daucs arrived desti tute at Oshkosh, Wis., and said that he had come from Wales to seet his for tune in America. He protested that he did not miud privation for himself, but ieJt keenly for hU wife and children, whom he had left behind. Ho had not been able to send them any money, and feared they would starve. The Welsh people of Oshkosh obtained employ ment for him, and ho soonlecamo pop ular among them, singing in the church choir and taking an active part in re ligious affairs. HU new friends raised S-.'OO by subscription to bring over his family, and kept the matter from his knowledge in order that ho might be agreeably surprised. He was surprised, indent, but not pleasurably, by the ar rival of his wife, for he had deserted her to elope with .mother woman, and had made all the arrangements to in troduce the latter at Oshko-h as his only consort. . A number of young Englishmen are working on a farm at x Mars, Iowa. They are pupils of an Englishman w ho owns a 1 irge ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 December 1881

LOCAL NEW8. The coal cry u hashed. J. M. Wright occupita M. E. Draper's late residence. Gryden ha removed the incubue which attached to hit Uw office. He wo leaning inl a pott and nid h bad visible means of rapport. The heaviest beer drinking edilon are the strongest prohibitionist. Dr. Goddar.1, V. S. A ha. bean trans ferrtd.from Ft. Bilry to Fi. Supply. Chrjumae and New Year'a toys, in end less variety at J. Collar's, the bine store. Ihefirst hundred persons that buy of J, Collar during the holidays will receive a bsndsome present. W. II. Vernon, the lesding lawyer of the Larned bar, was in the Ulj Tuesday on pro fessional business. You never did we aucb an immense elec tion of bolidar goods before in Dodge City. J. Collar has everything. Commodore Vandirbilt remarked once: "How can tbe woil J know a man has a good thing unlet ha advertises It?" There will be Catholic divine service in the Uuion church on next Sunday, ihe 18th of December, bv Bev. Robert Loehrcr. Mr. W. B. Crutknd...

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