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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 January 1882

DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY, KAS., JAN. 26, 1882. NO- 297 SIXTH TEAR. T. C. OWEN, PHOTOGRAPHER, DODOC CITV, KA Gems and Photographs taken at the teut on the Booth aide of the railroad track. aecS TT. M. CLARK, Notary Public and Justice of) the Peace, MEAItKYIXIK, KAXNAS. reticular attention. Riven to business In the U.S. Land Office, (collections promptly att Mid. edto. "OLD HOUSE" SAMPLE ROOM, DODGE CITV., KANSAS. FRED. SINGER, Proprietor. titr niminKST LIQUORS. WINES AND CIGARS. STOCK BRANDS. Ya trill miirt La-art It ram in nn lihsJiral terms, and respectfully solicit orders. -Ji ii BKTEBLEV HOM9. ttMoffie-: Hiwlge City-, hs unit lu llolr. Km. Itaocb oa Hliie Hole, Urk Co,, hu. Cattle Brand: B on lrll sMtttrH nip, lion ng&i biiltl M oa ruchaule. 60 on euh)id. Hone IJranil; IS on left 8hoUiIr. MEAT MARKET. FRED. MARTIN Has recently refitted hU aboii, near the depot, enabling him to handle larger attintitles of meat In bia enlarced stand. THE CHOICEST COKST FED BEEF always on h...

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. — 26 January 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES Subscription, $2 per year, in advance. NICHOLAS B. KLAINE. EDITOR. Tin: LAW OF LOVE. The tid. of I.ore awclls In inn with uch force It swwin away all hate ami alt dltnir, A edd in Mrnw and artiilsi of dut .Arc lost by ome pwlftrittrln it course. ho imu h I lot o Hie f rtends, my life, mjr art. hafb idndow file tb light disjiels the irlootn; Ii e Ii fui fair I Mud I bavo no room I'oranytbliurliwa worthy lu my heart. Love tea firm wbl(h iacan cultivate To irraco and crf ume wctcrthan tbo rose; Or l-ao ncfflecu-d, while our bcart-wjil irrowff Itank with that vtlo and ioUon thistle hate. Imel a Joou thruh. that we cai teach Turlnf? Hwett, lute-tike sonirii which all may bear: Or hr can pllenco him, and tuno the ear To caw of trow, or to the vulturu tcrecch. Ineisa fiwt: and If the mietn divide With all who imlss, tho thousands pwclltho van. There hall lie food and drink for every mnn The loalcs and npbca will t multiplied. Lovcistheinilde. I !k tobelirbualMc, Nl4ftu...

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. — 26 January 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES Subscription, $2 per year, ia advance. NICHOLAS B. KLAINK. EDITQR. THE STOIIKS OF DELFT. Tho lIls clamrcd dread In crery spire. The watt hman cried: -Klrelure! lire I fire? Ho! tnenor lxdft. tho city tlames, ltun from jour latiors and jonrirames; Hoi rkhand unr,bHefor)Mir Hies, snau h our dear i hildrcn and J our wives, Tho bed-rid. iwd, sick and blind. The Miot and insane of mind. The n think nf hou- hoM p ls and ffear, ltich tapestries and Ilairons dear. And plate wherewith jour town makes cheer. Hun. buruhers. for the flames are red: They his mill eniekie overheu I. And hljrb atiove each I inu and strec t llunjrs our braiecitj's w1lldil-hlct. And thus it chant eI in Ilclftof fame I.lted many storks, that went and came. Free from all In mi. protrctisl. blesscit lJecnusc they cleared the city's pest Toads, froirs ami noisome creatures fotiL rsi wi-en bird some iraio hou1. .nl scarce it man but reared it thitrh Whereon the little storks nilirht hatch. Jow, on th...

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. — 26 January 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. JAN. 26. UIISCUIITION: tSCOptrjrar, In advance. m. . KLAINE.Bditer audPnblltbcr. Beplving to an article in the Tokeka Cpi lai concerning violations of tbe prohibitory liw, the St. JoMph Herald, whore editor tit State Auditor of Kansas at the time he refer to, aavs: "St. John i meeting with the same diffi culty now that he helped to create in 1873 when, aa an officer, a Senator, he Toted (or the Tiolalion of the law wbicb required the Treasurer to keep the State money in the life. That waa the law, bat the Treararer lent the moat to baoka in Topeka, Kaniaa Cite and New York, pat the interest into his pocket, refuted to pay warrants when due, and made the Slate psy inteie.t on the warrants. In all this violation of law he was sustained bj Officer St. John." Major Witletlf, of Kinsley, waa here San day list. Herald his rancbe last fall iucl'ld irg cattle for $25,000. He i deep in cattle again, having puichased already over 600 head of fine ye...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 January 1882

fi k LOCAL NEWS. THIS T1BLB-A.. T. . at. UEl'AUlUltbs 1UOM DOUUE CITY. ooior..r CO'M,"1 Pu,,.,, ..3.10a.m. ra.nsr.. 1:33 ajn W. T. Ki-th, ill UoJseuiiu cuuniy, was in the city yet.rlT. Jin. Klame " "'" t"1'' nio11 ,rom a few month Tint in 1 " "' A. B. Ytlterrtiiri.i je-ieid.y from a few weeks' ''t ' Ti-i"l- ' ? Yoik. A ph.D.0 I."!' K- t0-ni8ht-The elite ol D'a" lii i' ' 'cre- The id...-. tiehl..d ilb tolerable fair ice, and U- i""-' is ie happy. t. f ...;n. i-.i.tnuuim i. intereetin ar- ticIeon.rc.ilii.ux. The .ulj-tt U oppor- tune. The Nuk.rsm Argi-y " the sirls of that burg re q liw to u l.rly fre-h f Jf ny ce. Henry btuiui d "'" " tf ',l!,! t0,t he not a candidate for the uffic of lowwhip treasurer. D a Kane w happy A boy arrived at his hcue M -nday u.gi t- He i H""1 bi boUDCIDg UlT. Acd ,i.U..ot..rl..ri.r fiWd f. r another railroad to D.gC.ty T..eiroi..droad rata tro.ii Wichra " D !' Thea.iHnicjo.i.a K'.iil-""" ln uo"e propwe ii.vi i.. 0 r W Me, the Eo.li-b blouse, to nmi"-'" 1'...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 January 1882

Had Ilannnrltln?. There aro licro ami there human be iugswhoare hy nature incapable of writing a good hand, just as there are others who cannot draw a straight line or a true circle, or even recognize one. Kill the ugly manuscript of the clunisy listcd straggler after form is usually cry clear. Haste, uneasiness, exces sive work, nervous preoccupation these are the chief cause of obseuro lmndn riling with most of us. Hut when .: man's manuscript has once nude forilMJf a iii.ul character of its own, neither printer, nor expert copy itt. would like it to count round to lame simplicity and correctness. It would be, In another way, the case of the lo'er vvith a squint, wlio rained his suit hy going to the ocenlist anil getting his vje put straight; the laily could no longer meet his eye in the old, nflec tionatu way, ami he dismissed him. Still, there" are faults of handwriting illicit are inexcusable In themselves, and which neither comiositor nor c-opyist can possibly like to mi1. Duo...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 January 1882

Italian Jfenspapcr Courtesy. The editor of a Naples newspaper, having given oftcnae to one of hisfelloflr citizens unci political antagonist, lately received a letter from him couched in these provocatory terms: "Sir, lean not send my seconds to such a scoundrel as yourself. .Hereby, therefore, I smite you. That is the solo object of this let ter. It conveys to you on mv behalf a sound slap on cither cheek, lie thank ful for my moderation, which has spared you a postal consignment of hearty thwacks with my favorite walking-stick. I remain," etc. This epistolary assault appeared in the next morning's issue of its victim's journal, as well as the follow ing truculent reprisal, also perpetrated in pen and ink : " Inimitable adversa ry In compliance with your request I hapten to thank you for having sent me only a couple of cuffs instead of a severe thrashing. You have struck me in writ ing Similarly, I hereby discharge all the six barrels of my revolver at your head, and kill yon by le...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 January 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. A Philadelphia rjiedil ustb that Jaj Gould rtceirrd a diipatch oo Tuesday laat, while in Chicago, that J'eiident Strong, of the SiC.a Fe, hid been negotiation for the purchase of (he St. Louis and Han Francisco and the Atlantic and Pacific roads. Mr. Gould went to u Louis and found, it ia said, that thi Santa Fe wasted to buj the two roada named in order to get a St. Loots con cretion. Gould then tried to bur the ma jority ol the flock, but the Santa Fe bad forestalled him. The completion of these two roada will gire a line through from St. Louia to San Fracci-co alleged to be shorter bj 030 mile tban an; ether. II these two roada are taken possession of bj the Santa Fr, the Southern Pacific line, according to thia dispatch, will be abandoned, tbertbj airing S31 miles tliroufib New Mexico; on the other hand, it Gould gets 'the linn un der bii control the Santa Fe will be com pelled to comtruct a line of its own from llamas Citj to St. Lonii. The Wichita Times i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 February 1882

DODGE CITY TIMES SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., EEB. 2, 1882. NO. 298 T, C. OWEN, PHOTOGRAPHER, BODGG CITaT, KID. Uemtand Photographs ubn at the I cot on lb south side of the railroad track. 'Iee9 H. M. CLARK, Notary Public and Justice of the Peace, JPEaKEVILLG, KMiM. Particular attention Kiren to business In the U.S. Land Office. Collections promptly attend ed to. "OLD HOUSE" SAMPLE ROOM, BGE CITV., ..KANSAS. STOCK BRANDS. We mil insert Stock Urands on liberal terms, ami respectfully solicit orders. -1 .71 BKTERLEV A KOMI. r.tnffir: I(Mle City, Km, anl lrtl Hole, Kt-t, Uaoch on Hide Cattle nrand: H on left j!r tktvl III Ji, U Oil riKt.I Uv SO on rich tide w un rih side. llora Brand: II on left gjoiudrr. PRED. SINGER, Proprietor- THE CHOICEST LIQUORS. WINES AND CIGARS. MEAT MARKET. FRED. MARTIN Has recently refitted his ahop, near the depot, enabling him to handle larger quantities of meat in his enlarged stand. TBI CHOICEST COBN FEB BEBF always on hsnd. FBESII SAU3ACE AND COBS BEEF ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 February 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES - . "- Snbscriptio3,$2 per year, in advance. - NICHOLAS B. HXAINE. EDITOR. A "LOSDOX LYMC" AX IMITATION. If vou wcrechrntecn. I were twenty: If rw bloomed uivl It were spniiff: It irold vera scarce and hopes were plenty. And lifel.efore slood welcoming; Jf vthj, h cheerful ynunx leirinnor. Wiihoao wettiaitlil at houscholl care, Should help to cook the first small dinner Which Ned poor Nt.l 1 dropped In tu t-harc; If he should imst us, wailmr Jolly, Wi.h mp nn nMennnnic irown. And turn in you. niy bliihinr Molly. And lauxtilrur cull you J-ady Itniwi) I think forthU we'd shut the stable, tyrop boiler. foMmcn. irrooms and ult, A li.l Kit about thut little table. And never fall the mjld too smalL Feme forty j enm nnd more how willlrti Wo'il let run buck, my lady Ilmwnl How gladly rue their every shllllujr If weinlfc-tt lay their burdens down: If we mlpht have the sunlight Ehinlnjr Through cotton sh-idcs, as It shone then. And, tired nt nlirht. sit down for dlninjr. ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 February 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES Subscription, $2 per year, in advance. - NICHOLAS B. KLAINE. EDITOR. T XAXTIPPE DEFEXDED. Xantlppe, I know, rai a terrible imM, nut only one-half of Ih it story's born told : VorXunhil Ui woro.and cut. and contrive To keep hilf a dozen nun? "bocciea" alive, w hllo their slouchy ol 1 f uther the wise Swc- rates rcnnllcss, batlcs nn'l bare to the knees. Delighted nil Athens with too saws ana jrrave. , , Hut all the wl-cmixims which Socrates ald Ne'er cumed for tho jounjt-ters a morsel of brcud. , with nm t .n hrw fur herself or the bOVg. V.V hat wonder the madam was slv into noise? Ho deirh loved Athens her forum an I "walk," . .... And the cavalier crowd tint applaulcd his tilk v as attached to her soil, and on face, neck and llml Th-it soil was quite lanrcly attached to him. 1 or her in the forum, tho orkhop or irate. At morninir. at noon or at midnlcbt ho d pntc: He'd talk of tho liejutiful goodness knows wb Of fn1.iti dJrinl from out the tdtio sky; Iiut, in p ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 February 1882

THE DODGE CITY TMES DODGE CITY. THUESDAY. FEU. 2. UBSCKIITION: Keeper year, in vlrioR. IT. M. KUUNE. Editor and Pnbllaliee. THE DBTVE THIS YJEAK. A. correspondent of the Fort Worlh Lire Ktock Journal writes as follow on the pros pect of the cattle drive from Tczu during the present yean Arm, Jin. 16, 188: Cattle buyers have ehown more activity in hunting up cattls for the drire of 1S82 thin ever before. The conscript law of the Con federacy did not bring oat the 6ghting ele ment of the country as fully ai the activity of buyers his brought out the steer cattle of the country. Every nook and corner of the country bu been scoured to find them; the cowptni of the Est and the mountains of Mexico hire been put under tribute to famish their quota of the cattle needed. South Texas will rend oSall her steer utile; there will be so few left that they can be counted by the huodreds instead of thous ands. Big prices hare caught all alike; the big rattle kings and the emsll slock own ers hire l...

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. — 2 February 1882

Si e LOCAL NEWS. TIHIK"TAB7K-i7.Tr . B. W. DEPAItTUKES IEOJI DODGE CITY. OOHO win. O0O AST. raesenger....3.10 m.m. Passenger.... 1: ajp Passenger. . . . J.-.M P.m. Passenger. H.H P. m. Eralzrsnt... T:ojn. Emigrant. .10:15 ro. Through ft 1S.M pm. Through I l SJO p.m. Tbe .owmhip election lake place nezt Tuesday. There i promise of considerable immi gratioa to Ksnsjs this year. G, H. Line in in the city thii week. He resides in Kn City. Bev. A. 8. Buzzell has recoTered from a severe ipell of sickness. H. Fitzgerald and W. I. Harwood went down to their rattle camp thi week. W. II. Harris, who is in the Ess', ha oor thanks for Philadelphia papers. The Ford U'uoiy District Couit mee's next Tueadsy. The Hsrdeety cm will be called. Tho. Lahey ha returned afte r a month' abeence down the road looking after hie iheep inleres s. There will be a bjom in Dodge City this spring and look out you don't r-tand in the way of prog res'. The weather is simple delightful. The ground hog eaw hi ihadow t...

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. — 2 February 1882

7olip.I to Death. Frederick MiIIit, a larcc, athletic, liut eak-raindfd lilxircr, ilioil in a cell in llic Socoml and Queen street police sta tion on .Sunday night, literally and actu ally fryjlitoiied to death. -Miller lhccl with lm wife anil ftcp-diujiliter in lmm lilo apartment in a tenement back of No. It0,l Jvmth fifth street. He Ind worked fur w era ca- as a lalmrvr in the lumber janl of Kobtrt Clark, at I'lfth btrei't Hnd Washington avenue. Aiuonj: hi fcllmr-laborers Miller was noted for hU feats of strength and for his weeklies of mind. List August a board-yard cur tint hid installed him self on the premises becime trouble some to ncirhbors, ami Mr. Clark or dered him to Ui killed. Miller's tender heart caused him to iutcrpo-c between the do, and his executioner. He took the aiiimil in hisarmsandwasreuarded braMinp which liceratcd his lip. A jiliv.sici.iti taiittried the wound, and iiollnn would hue been heard of it uftcrw.ird li,td not his fillou -w orkmen deemi-d it a prop...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 February 1882

e Painting Darns. There are plenty ol barns in my neighborhood that present a respectable appearance that have been built from forty to fifty cars and have never been painted, and it is my judgment, from experience in keeping my dwelling house painted, that if these barns had been kept painted so as to look we'd the cost would have been threo or four times Sweater than to newly weatherboard them. To look well, a building would need a coat of paint about once in five years, and if neglected I think it looks worse thin if not painted at all. If called upon to decide the question to paint or not to paint, as a rule I would say not. Canada Fanner. 1 .etween twent v and thirty thousand leople die from nake bite every year in nd a. Hence it is that several physiol ogists and chemists are at work to dis cos cr an antidote to this virus which in its annual effects on human life is com parable only to a war. Dr. Vincent Richards, who has been experimenting on the eflicacy of permanganato of ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 February 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. Tux Small Pox. Ai email jiox prevail, in epidemic form, in o many tectum ol the country, the following aUjEMtioDS from "Food and Health a reeoRniied authority in (anitary matters, may be interesting and valuable. A writer in that journal declares that email pox U a disease created by neglect of the laws of nature. Over rich nourish ment, or inferior nourishment, neglect of nuSritionoue or etrength rapporting food; ne glect of food containing sulphur, phosphor ous and iron, and neglect of food containing acids, arc a few of in caosts. Neglect in dealing with the eraporation of the skin i another cause. Old clothing, rooms that hate so freah air admitted to them, and are "staffed op" with furniture, are further cause; "bourn through which no draft ever pawee, another; oncieaned plane with gar bage abont, another; aewer gat another; want of personal cleanliness, another. Wherever evil conditions prevail, especially in neigh borhoods that arc not bleared with the b...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 February 1882

(l t i- DODGE CITY TIMES SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., EEB. 9. 1882. NO. 299 T, C. OWEN, PHOTOGRAPHER, BtDSE CITT, KAS. Gems and rhotogrsphs taken et the tent on He sjuttt side of the railroad track. de9 H.M. CLARK, Notary Public and Justice of the Peace, SPEAKBVlI.t,B, KANSAS. Partlealar attention ilven to business in the U. S. Land Office. Collections promptly attend ed to. "OLD HOUSE" SAMPLE ROOM, BODGE CITY KANSAS. FRED. SINGER, Proprietor. THE CHOICEST LIQUORS. WINES AND CIGARS. STOCK BRANDS. We will insert Stock Brands on liberal terms, and respectfully solicit orders. M. Sts. KTKBLBY A SO. Pnstoffises: Dodge City, Kas. and Deeo ilule. Kas. Ranch on Blae Hole, Clark eo Kas. I Cattle Brand: n on If ft side anil hip. Bod right side; 20 on each side. 60 on earn side. 1 lone Brand: B on left SboOJJCT. W. MEAT MARKET. FRED. MARTIN Has recently refitted his shop, near the depot, enabling him to handle larger quantities of meal In his enlarged stand. THE CHOICEST CORN FEB EmF always ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 February 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES . . . Subscription, $2 per year, in advance. NICHOLAS B. KLAINE. EDITOR. Till: GUILELESS BOY. Jama piilUIcns oOicu Iwy of eeuUaiont and foul. AtKlthitt is whrltm&kcs mo sad to Uavo to 4-arry M, To th iiihrc Jtmc affloir, and maka the kettle c'tijr. Aii'lfrintrr AtllhoiU'bM with an ancient tur- kry'a winy. Jiwhilay Ihaotniwrp the floor, and beat tlilntjr mat, nd mn nlnut mm 1 pay tho check1 and curry- -mnb the ctt, AndfHcti then'xjodajcanof Im.t and trim ttfi wvuy Uuip-", Addntu i he jc-Unvr cm dopes, and lick tbc jMMUffe tbunpi. TbcroHii wboiM3niDO.KlIdi9 around Uhhlffb- Talutln iMinip, And If I walk ucru-j.- tile xvotn be tells iuo not to rump; Ai4 ctM i m me t) rannlc f rowm If I lutalng nrepcik. And all the chelc)- I nvclvc U dollars two icr M'lrtvrr ! hor-y awcll and wears a dia- iDDiid in. An ulsier cuit ke-t, and he Is up In alt tli i waj a or flu; A mmtnhoRt Manhattan Beach wilt prciin-w MHllK,fltlIf. And lay bin utmost ducat cm a stradJloor a ftUuigU...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 February 1882

a J THE DODGE CITY, TIMES Subscription, $2 per year, in advance. NICHOLAS B. KLAINE. EDITOR PAT1EXCE. If jmir fos trm-nt an-I taunt you. If tour ft-irs harass .in 1 haunt jou. If thvrnrlii seemtlarfcantl ilrci!, Wait tt w o un 1 ilinna wean.' If the hope jou fondly cheri.h. 2 w lla-hisl tu earth, s"em mire tt p'rish, Walt w itli patienee for to-morruw No man' life is w holly sorrow. If yourpltnsil-m't work tnploisojou. If the fates "houM t ex anl tae Jou, If jou can 1k ltrteht an'l theory " Wait a Heeau'ldlnna wear'." If Gl k a j-im leisure, take It; Ti Itisfnff, ftMe-sinjrmiiceit: F.illn In Him no whit atatin,?. Sent UN will l,y patient waiting. Or, if wort, mste:il of IrL-ure. l'ain. instead of longed for pleasure. Ilowsue'eryouriot seem dreary, " Wait a wis, and ilmna weary." Mm. II". II. ltium. in -V. 1 . In Itpciul'ilt. THE NIHILIST'S STORY. For :i littlo after the Colonel had ceased, no one .-poke, anil only the crackling of the open fire, a- it laughed ami crackled upon the w...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 February 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. FEB. 9. UBSCRIlTlOh": 2 00 per year. In advance. M. M. KUUlB.lor dPnbltober. THE SFBING DRIVE. P. Montgomery writes to the Kansas City. Indicator, from Sin Antonis, en the pros pect ol tie cattle drive from Texts to Kan sas the coming reason. He says: Since mj arrival here I have had the pleasure of meet ing several of the most prominent cattle raisers and drovers from the south-western nortion of the Suie. a majority of whom teem to think the drive will exceed that of lait season, and give a a reason far it the hih prices that are being I aid for young steers, inducing rainy to fell, who In liter years held their yoang steers until mitnrea. Btock are in better flesh than I have seen them for years pant and should the weather remain mild and spring open up favorably, we can safely look for this year's drirs to be superior in flesh to those of the past four or fire yesrs. There are several of our northern cattle buyers here B. A. fcheidley,...

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