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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 5 January 1882

LOCAL NEWS. TIME T1BLE-1., T. 4 B. V. a. K. DEPAKTL'RES I ROM DODGE CITY. UOINO WEsT I'aae iscr... 3.10 a.m. I'aeaenjer... :rM.m. Emlj ..ul .. 7 t0a.ni. Thro nil t"t 12,40 im. aj r rei,;ui ijji.U: OOIXO -AST. rasener.. 1.35 a m l'aa9enj;er .12:13 p. m. kimgrsnt lu-43 a m . i nrouga t ri e u p. m. UaTtrelghl4.15am. J. Mcil.NM. Agrnr. The New Year comes in ibinlf dad. Oo with the dance, and let joy be uncon fined. Nick Eaton, of Mobwriie, u in tee city this week. Wont somebody ttarl a National Hi way for the Globe! A. B. Welaer leaves on a short vi'it to friend in New York. W. II. Weed is going to establish bu-iness in Fort (jiimnn, N. M. W. II. Harris tales a ebon trip to bis old borne in Pennsylvania. Keligious meetings are being coi.tir.ned in the Union church this week. Sim Samuels was in the ciiy thia week. He represent! a New York bnuae. Col. Geo. Dennett m in town this wtek. lie took in the Old Foils Society. Nelson Adam-, the eminent barrister of the Arkansas Valley, was up fr...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 5 January 1882

Ihc Tornadoes of IsSI. The present rear has been remarka ble for those destructive 4iniu called jcrtioncs or toni.wloes. TIn'v have oc curred with Jinu.ual frequencv tn our awn country; and in I.cglaml also, where they are rarely experienced, as manv as "(our wriously destructive -whirlwinds visited different parts of the kingdom during August last. One of these English tornadoes carried a pile of timber into an adjoining field, lifted a csrwiiUT's shop bodily over a Iixvstack and dvpoit-d it on the other .sid"o, and completely unroofed a found ry. A tornado also carried off tho roof sif one of. thf Ixrge railway stations at Vienna: and very likely It was a whirl wind of two or three hundred feet in lircailih which caused the downfall of the Toy liridge, one of the most citen j.iv and Mro.igest bridges in tho world. Among the lornadoas in this country sluring the year, that at Jfcw Ulni, Minn., was the most disastrous, It oc curred on the 12lh of List dune, and in sx few minutes wre...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 5 January 1882

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 5 January 1882

THBDODQE OITY TIMES. A Irned girl found that shs xnnst cither gfrr- np hr 1ot or btr pun, and after ooa 0V7 'pent in reflection, she pressed his band jood-bjt, and laid she would alwajl be a sister to him. Scene in Dodge Citj: He Darling of mj life, do 70a see that itar? (No response from d. of m. 1.) He IOTf, don't 70a wis 1 111 that atar, wouldst thoa gaze on me then, darling? Bhe (Languidly) yes, I think diitance woold lend enchantment. (Protracted silence.) The best joke of the season was plajed on a number of Great Bend citizens last week, tya ateel man selling Map. The Tribune ej be threw eat a ball of twine and rtquea ted ereiy one present to take hold and hang on till he drew them np to hii wagon. The bora all look bold, among Ibtm mioj of the prominent dtiterjs, and when the line was filled, the soap man remarked that that was the "largest string of rockers he had ertr had the good fortune to ban! in." It was not necessary to tell anybody to let go. Mothers Doh't Know How m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 January 1882

rUt Ot DODGE CITY TIMES s SIXTH TEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., JAK.12, 1882. NO. 295 i' T. C. OWEN, PHOTOGRAPHER, DODGE CITt, KAI. Gem) and rtntogriphs taken it the tent on the eouth side of the railroad truck. decS H. M. CLARK, Notary Public and Justice of the Peace, IPEARETILtB, KMMI. Particular utientliin nlvrn to business fn tfce U. 3. Land UCice Collections promptly attend edto. OLD HOUSE" SAMPLE ROOM, DODGE CITY KAIWA1. FRED. SINGER, Proprietor. THE CHOICEST LIQUORS. WES AND CIGARS. MEAT MARKET. FRED. MARTIN ii.. r.nilTTrttelhla tbon. near tbedrpot, ensbllnjt him in handle larger Quantities or meal In hit enlarred siand. THE CBOtGEIT CwBIV FED DEEr always on han J. FHESII SAUSAGE AND COBS BEEP the best tn the market. Give me a call. Irodire Clt J. Kas. """ OSCAll TREVALLEE, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, (John Mueller's old stand.) DODGE CITV KAMA" STOCK BRANDS. W will insert Ktvk Rranfia on llltrnl tTma. and respectfully olicit orders. . H. BETBBLBV A HO. riMtutStrfl: Dode City. Ku, ami lVft ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 January 1882

F ..? , E , ft, m 11 .;. THE'DODGE CITY -TIMES Subscription, $2 per jear, in advance. NICHOLAS B. BLAINE. EDITOR. Tiir.oi.oar is Tin: quaiiteiis. Now, 1 cot a notion In my bend dat when you Himp If.illf. An Man' di 'luuluullon In de Cote-housc lu do ky. You'll lo 'jtnnl.bed at do questions dat de nn- irrl'n mrlue to ax When he fritn yMi nn de wltness-stan an iln sou todefKC's: Van' he'll hi jou niljrhty closely 'bout your dolnlnI nUiIit, An dc water-niIllloinnie''tlon8 jroln tobodJer youalKht! Im your iyes'11 o-n wider ujui dey tbuer oone neio. When he chat ym 'lout a ch'iken-4s-nipc dat I) an-nb tu do pkct-llne irlona- de Milky Way Keeps n-wakhln what jouro draMn at. an' heHiin what you i-av: No inatl-r Hbat you want to do, no matter whar you'n jrwlne. lie'-- mlirbty up" lo find It out an pa-- It 'Ions de line; An ,ren at de inectln, when nu mako a f us an lau-rh. Why, d.y ti-nl de newa n-lcttln by de coMen telegraph; 11,-n' de nngcl In de orfl, what's a settle by do . , Jw tvivii ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 January 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES Subscription, $2 per jear, ia advance. NICHOLAS B. KLAINE. EDITOR. THE MWSIGUT TJIAIX. Acro?s thliill and brooding nljiht A rinnt tli w ith demon liffht. And lurath of wreathing nioke; Around him whirl the reeling plain. And with a 'lu-h of dim d!dain. He clonics the sundered roelc. In lonely swamm the low wind tlrs The Wit of blaek funi-real firs That inunnur to the 9k), Till, startled by hi mad career, Thej Mtiii to kep a hush of fear As If a god fwt pt by. Through many a dark, wild heart of heath; O'er booming bridge-, where beneath A tn'ifhty rfier brawl-; Ilr ruln-s remnants of the past, T fanlr l le trembling In the blast; Jly glnsirir waterfalls The slumbrer on hU !lent tied Tunis to the liirht hit lonely head. Directed of it divam; Lonjj lejjmes of ploom are hurried o'er Thmujrh tunnel sheath-. with Iron roar. And e-hrill nfirbt-rc ndlnjf scream. Vast htiilJIinp hut, pa.t tlIne firms Ilijrh furnaepflanHi, who-e crimson armi Are (-TipWinjr with the msrht....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 January 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. dodge crnr. thubsday. jan. 12. SUBSCRIPTION: 1 00 fa jar. in advance. II. M. KXAIXE. Maillot- auad Pabl laher. BIGHT OP WAY THROUGH THE INDIAN TERRITOEY. The BL LouU & Ban Francisco Railroad his secured the right of way through the Indian Territory. Id the Indian Council the bill passed the Senate by a constitutional majority receiving rote of 421 in the affirmative. It patted the House, which consists of seven teen members and a Speaker the Speaker being entitled only to the cart ing Tote in cate of a tie. In this instance there wen seventeen members prevent and voted on the bill. Nine o( the member pretent voted lor the hill and eight against It. Therefore it waa carried by a majority of one. Bat the Speaker, being in the interest of rival corporations who driired to prevent the conatrnction of the St. Lonia and Bin Francisco Railroad through the Indian Ration, vacated hu seat aa Speaker and took a position on the floor, and voted againat the bill. Ilia c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 January 1882

i LOCAL NEWS. TI3IE TABLE-A., T. F- JjEPAUTOUES FUOM DODOE CITY. COO WIST. 00",OXnm Emiaxant... ' a-- V....,n I . 1.-T0 !-m. vsffiSisszz. &$&- ), j."-,- "f"-' Ibe weather i jut afu Unice. J. H. V.M..ui A cb5 Wall'.Texaswa. io ibeciiy t i Q"1 business. Mr. Fihennciiargeot toe fating hcuae ,. Coolidg-. ' '" t"""1 Monday. J. M. Perea, a large eheep owner io Sew Mexico, was in the ciij Sun.i.y. Thes spring-like uiid-winter days THE Tnita flauiMira likes.Eteenb.ynee. The Lotus Uud will Ki "Or1 in Strar ,. hall, on Friday evening J"""r? 20a- Itisd.u'tlotell who RolthewoMtoJ it l.-t year-Mother Shipton or Prut. Ven-nor. -u- .R .,f K. A. Jill."-. Register of Deed-, i b f"und in F C 7-'a"a"m,D ' store. JoSn McU.i.le, of Buflalo. telegraphed CorLhill that he woaU hang Uuiteau free or charge. Bev.Ch.ilea Martin delivered an inter- ,i g .Lsouise in ibe Presbyterian church guuday eveninu 1. KeT M U On. ol Gret &nd, preach es in itie U..oa chuich tl.ia week. The pro ' trac ed ui-nii c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 January 1882

HcntliiK tlic Mild Hoar In Counectlint. "WiM boar hunting in Connecticut." laid au old Windham County fanner recently to our correspondent, "is something I never expected to bee in mv day. Ncvettbeless, it L a solid fact tha't isn't be denied." The fanner's iuhit- Hon is true. The finest and most excit ing sporU in H indani County tins fall and winter lias been hunting w ild hogs. In Hie tow n of Ashfonl there is an i-xten-ii c tract of sterile land that is nearly all & w ildurncns. I.arge f oretts cover the Jofty hills, and in thehollows are impass able miaraji', quagmires and lene thicket!., and along the hillsides rocky caies. In this district liio and breed and aro hunted the wild hogs. How the hogs camu there is a question; but it Ls the general "lielief that they are the offspring of a litter of pigs that trajed an ay from the farm of Mr. lios wortli Kcwral jears ago, and became wild. Their number now is ariouly estimated at from lift)" to seientj-five bead; and at certain...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 January 1882

Indent and Modern Luxury. I Some startling instances of extrava eance and prodigality are given by the writer of an article on "Ancient and Modern Luxury" which appears in the new Quarterly. From the days when Lucullus spent 1,400 on a supper, and Caligula swallowed jewels, to modern timci, when a certain Chinese lady is said to have rented an island for the special supply of birds' nests for her soup, the story is the same. Alcibiades cave 250 for a do;; and Augustus states, as a title to gratitude, that he had i.;i.:nJ Q (Wt rrTf1iitnr nnrl mven eauiuucu u,vw ...-.. -- o-- 8,500 beasts to be killed. LolUaPaulina wore a set ol jewel3 vaiuea ai iiw.uvu and Nero's diadem cost half a million. The Due de Bourbon sold his coat for 5,200 gold crowns. A chateau forMme. de Montespan was only erecieu ior .-,-861,723 livrcs. The Due de la Torres gave 25,000 crowns for a horse. The household expenses of Louis XVI. were enormous; his sisters were said to have burned candles costing 215.0C8 lin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 January 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. WOOL INTEBEST3. Ktnsu will soon become as linoui for lis Cue tbtep u it Vermont. We are nut only letting lbs bat breed', bat the bret bloods of the bat breed. But we bare otiiber woolen lactone nor a home market lot our wool, and our great distance from market and tbe higb freight rates will always place as under tnioy dies Wantages in tbe di-posi-tion of oar wool to the best adeantage. We can expect no relief or help from tbe rail roada, and tbe local burets of wool are only anxious to bar 'be wool at tbe lowest poat Lie rater. There is tnly one rrme Jt for our wool'growers, and that' Is be a combination and concert of action that will enable them lo control tbe entire product for its storage, shipment and dale. Isl year there was a combination among nat o! tbe members ol the Stile Wool Grower's Asociation. Tbe president of the association aciwl a an agent, lie cent to Bjoion with a large shipment, and other lots were forwarded to bim. Ilia sales netted 'the p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 19 January 1882

Mj DODGE CITY TIMES. SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., JAN. 19, 1882. NO. 29G K T. C. OWEN, PHOTOGRAPHER, DODGi: CITY, KAS. Genu and Photograph- taken at the tnt oa the sauth side of the railroad trwfc. die H. M. CLARK, Notary Public and Justice ofi the Peace, spi:auki'ii.i.e. kaphas. , Particular attention slrrn to business in the. IT.). Laod Office. Collections promptly attend ed to. (i OLD HOUSE SAMPLE ROOM, DODGE CITY., KAJI9AK. PRED. SINGER, Proprietor. THE CHOICEST LIQUORS. WINES AND CIGARS. MEAT MARKET. FRED. MARTIN Has recently refitted liii abop, near the depot, enabling him to handle larger quantities of meat in hU enlarged stand. Tin: choicest coit fedbekf always on band. FKES1I SAUSAGE AXD CORK BEEF the bet In the rnai ket. Give me a call. Dodje City, Kaa. novlT 0SCA11 TI1EVALLEE, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, (John Mueller's old stand.) DODGIi C1TV 'KAJWat STOCK ItAXGE and CAT TLE FOlt SALE. AXownerotSoe STOCK EANCII desires to nnLe a change ot locations, ami offers his UA.NC1I and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 19 January 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES " -"- -" Subscription, $2 per year, in adtance. I I NICHOLAS B. KLAINE. EDITOR, I I tru.vr To no out with ,v.i.v.v.i. You not or course my pinafore. And that I'm In abort Jrockv My tiairdonn llkn a ctilM'a of lour, Anl my ili-ur little socksl Hut tbotuh I'm iln-nscil likeonc of cl;rht, From that close Klancf you tiik Vt hi mut ha t seen. l m past mieeli, ji 4nMu.l tlw.l CllOHrxllut I wutit to jfw out with rhninmal I vent to ffo nut with miunma! Yii, though sh ia3 p No, Anitilan- me to irrovr, want to git out n tin ruammal 3 ms !( k t if mirm-rlos awl toj-a, I burnt two doll to-day; I jcurti for rruwii-up iK-oplo'a Joys Anil don't want hen to stay. My mother let m whlsnr this 1 raw it In h Ujnk. In r.lty-threo XVliuth.)ouwc, AreoldiT than Me look. Clioitt' Hut I want to jro out with mamma. He. My mother, though, I'xe hmnl them say, ila vovfiil to never Ik. Onm vf hateVr may. a si mrlo day Advanetsl on thirty-three, lint Kiirelv 'tis not richt that I Mich (.einVbt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 19 January 1882

- " If ,-jtl 4I ' THE DODGE CITY TIMES i Subscription, $2 per year, ia advance. NICHOLAS B. KLAINE. EDITOR THE HIDE OF PACL YEXAUEZ. Vi Vcnnrez heard them say. In the frontier town, thatiM). That a (find of ttI IMunmS warriors was urm the trail of dath; Heard th-m Ull of miirdtc dyne: , Three men killed :it llncLy I (tin. ThnInd.injrenipat Crawford's, said Veiiare, miilcr treat b. CrafnrdV th!rt miles away was a set tlement, that lay Inairninaifl pka.ant alley iif the mighty wlldtnies; Half a pcoivof hnnu were there, an J In one a maiden fair I!eM thel)art of IM11I Wnarez "Vanl'Ve- nam litthiUtW - v o no wonder h srew pale when he heard the wiiu r h laie Of th imn he had seen murdered yesterday, at Hocky'ltuc Xot a oul will dream, he sold, Mf thedan- in rthat suhftid. Ty my 1 e for little IU"-Ie, I mut see that fointuiiiur s uoiit. Xot a moment bedel.ied, when his lrac; rc- VTby. m nrm," hi- comrades toM him, when, they knew hi dann? plan. Youam jroitijr straight to death." I tut he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 19 January 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. TIIUBSDAY. JAN. 18. DESCRIPTION : SI 00 per year. In adTanoe. K. M. KUIM. KlUr u4 Pablbker. From the Wichita !. PEOHIBITIOmST OB A DEMO CRAT. A certain writer of WebsUrian propor tions, whcawshsetdreTjlateaatlheconflueriCe. aflat Bias ortha Kaw, a gentleman aa often criticised for hi crankineai aa com' mended (or bil wisdom, jet whose sobriety is habitual, atartlea the political writers and party manipulators of Kansas by the declar ation that who erer rocceeds St. John in the gubernatorial chair, he will not be a Repnb lican, or words to that efieck The computer of possible political composites has, by bis prophecy, evoked the laugh of acorn. Po litical problems are as certainly soluble by the application of mathematical science as are any propositions in which known quit) titles are given. Sentiment and buncombe are unreliable factors in close contests in which are involved sharply defined princi ples. In a certain, and not improbable, con tingenc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 19 January 1882

LOCAL NEWS. TIME TABLE-., T. A . F. a. K. DU'AKTUUr.5 H10JI DODGE CITY. U0IVO WEST. 60INO IASI. Pae nxer....3 10 a,m. rassen;er....l:W a m J-angir...J-3iljn. Pn"-, "''" hiul.-r.nt 7:10 JU. migrant IMS nv. ThruiMh F't 12.10 p m. TbroURta 1 't 8J0 p. m. Way Freight 4SU a, m Way freight tJSa m. J. MctilNMs.Aftent. The Dodoe Cm Mistixa Comtanv. Anite.ingof the Bos r i of Directors of the DdgeCily Mining Company was held Tues dsy afternoon. There were prewnt a major ity of the iiioe members of the Board. The I5rd con-i-taof the following members: II. M. Beverley, G. K. Eaierson, II. P. Myion, D. M. Fro-t, N. B. KUine, A. B. W.bster, II. V. Cook, J.S. Welcn, ana L. E Decer. The oHcers of the Company are as follows: H. M. Bverley, President; J. S. Welch, Secretary; It E. Bice, Treas tirr. Eircu'ive committee. II. M. Beverley, N. li. KUine, H. I. Myton. L. Shinn re signed a Treasurer, and It. E. Rice was ap pointed in his place. F. J. Durand resigneJ as one of the Director and L. E. Deger w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 19 January 1882

Vfvoi at Fntl. . Thotctisnrllurean reports that woo. is used by three-fourths of the inhabit ants of tjie United Males for cookiii" nml warming dwell jngs. The statement cems improbable topcrsonswho liicin olics or in any portion of the Western Mates, where soft coal is foi.n.l ;.,,-.,. abundance. Iu'iIicmi place, it js rare to imU wood tmplojed as fuel for oilier tmrposes. than that of kindliit" fires. During the past few i ears coal haibccn generally Mibstitittcd for wood on can anil Meumlioala in ucarlv all parts of the eoiintrv, as well as for generating Mcaru iu manufacturing establishments run hi Kffim liquor it .....r i... iiiemncred, however, that the majority of the inhabitant !n the country live in rural districts that arc nut supplli-d with -coal, ami where considerable wood still remains, that h, valuable for little eKc than fuel. Thi, is the ca-o in all the Acy Lngland ami most of the Middle ( and Southern Mates. Xeariv every fanner ha, a wood lot from w'bich he obtains...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 19 January 1882

A Surprised Policeman. "Talk about bold bank burglaries," said a member of the police force this morning, "tho slickest steal I ever heard of was the robbery of a bank down in Uhodc Island, six or seven years ago. It was a bitter cold nipbt, and a night 1atrolman noticed a dim light in tho ank window, and going up to the door, rapped. "Isthat you, patrolman?' asked a voice from within. " 'Yes,' was the reply. " 'Step in and get a heat,' said tho voico from within. The patrolman stepped inside and encountered a dap per little fellow wearing a green shade over liU c cs and a pen behind his car. ' 'You're working late to-night,' said the patrolman. " 'Yes,' said tho dapper little fellow. 'I've been detained to-night straighten ing up accounts. " The patrolman warmed himself at the roaring big fire that blazed on the hearth, and went out again on his beat. An hour after the patrolman came that way, and still seeing tho light through the window, rapped again. '"Is that you, patrolman ?' ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 19 January 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. CATTLE MANGE. The fine bull of scleral of oar local Cock men ere undtrgoisg a siege of something like the mange, or ileb. The disease breaks out along the back at first, then spreads over the animal, canting them to lose flesh, and, in some instance get no poor that they die. There u a email, white worm about one cixtetnth of aa inch in length found between the scorf akin anil hide of the ctttle after they hare been inflicted with the disease a short time. The remedies applied up to Ibe prevent time, and with partial success, is olphnr and grease, carbolic accid and coel oil or kerosene. After the cattle are once free from the parasite (it is. evidently a par asite that causes it) they pick up in flesh and appear to get along all right. Some think it to be something like scab in sheep. The common range cattle do not take the disrate, at least none in this vicinity or on the range near hear. Caldwell l'ot.- ltepresentative lielford of Colorado, has introduced a ...

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