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

r J f C DODGE CITY TIMES v SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., MARCH 2, 1882. NO. 302 T. C. OWEN, PHOTOGRAPHER, BODGE :CITV, Ell. Gems and Yhotograplis taken at the south tl de of the railroad track. the trnton decs H. M. CLARK, Notary Public and Justice of the Peace, SPEABBTILLE. H.tM. Particular attention (clven to baslness la the KS. Land OBce. Collections promptly attend- d to. i t OLD HOUSE It SAMPLE BOOM,! BODGE CITY., KAIA8. FEED. SINGER, Proprietor. THE CHOICEST LIQUORS. WINES AND CIGARS. MEAT MARKET.. FRED. MARTIN iT-.i-erentlTreatti-dlils sbon, near the depot, enabling him to handle Urjer quantities of meat in his eelsrKed stand. TUB CIIOICEMT COBS FED BEEF always on hand. FRESH SAUSAGE AXO COUS BEEF the best In the market, (.ire. me a call. DodseClty. Kas. noTlI OSCAR TREYALLEE, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, (Joan Mueller's old stand.) DODGE CITV 'KAJISAH BODGE CITY TOWS CO. Town lots for Sale. Prices to Suit alL Parties. Apply to FRED. T. 31. WESIK, Agent. BICE'IKEW Triumph Steamer. Th...

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. — 2 March 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES . Subscription, $2 per year, in advance. - NICHOLAS B. KLAINE. EDITOR Ml' LOST CHILD. I cannot mjke him dead, in fair arid noMo btad Ifpi cr bounding round my study chair: Yet vtin iny t cs, now dim with Kara, I turn In him. Tbo ildou lanlfhe he Is not there! 1 walk my parlor floor, and through tbo open door Ibi-nrn footfall on ihecharalierstnlr! I'm fetrpp'njc toward the hall, toffito mylioy u will, .And llicu bethink me that ho Ii not there I know hs fire Is hid under tho i-oUln-Hd: (1(w nry his eye col.l 1 hM fort-bead fair: MyhanJ thai marble flit: o'irit Jnprajcrl ' kn-ltr Yet my utiAit whtopert that ho Is not there, X cannot make him deal. When passing by the Led fro loor watched over with parental rare, Mi-pplritand my rye erk hun Inquiringly. Iletoro tho thought ounie that bo is not there. When, nt the uoolfrrny brvukof day from sleep I wake. With my uret breathing of tho mornin nlr My Mini kwd tip with Jo) to II Im w b u ira c my i lry. , Then eomca tho...

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. — 2 March 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES Subscription, $2 per year, in advance. NICHOLAS B. KXAINE, EDITOR. DOMESTIC ASIDES. I HMllr title -- Very kin!, ThU W-lr, Mr. Winner; 1 hat i not -H"cn jihi fur an aire t'lhe wretch ha- i.imo to dinner!) Vounl uisht rt tiw-whntlofof girUl V bat h wtil 4 for p-ilnter ca-eU! Come h re tin I kb- the Infant, dears (And ffiw It, p'raps the meu-dc-!) Wh it little n ira left at home I, Wc II. now, I call th tt shabby; Ihouldh-ue!md toki hcr-so fThemibbj', dabby babby!) rourchiinninjrNn- Ioc nrolioai From Km c rend lr. ltu-ell.s: Twt- cry kind tr britur them lK)ti (Whit It-ints fur m new KruMeH !; Aiul Mr. S.. I hope ftf well; Ah! tho h-1 lives wi h tndy. !! nei er how dniM In to up (The biter fur our branny : "Come, takeaoit; I Ion? to hear A Unit Matilda marriage. Yon't e come, of 1011 r-e. to i-nend the day iThink Heaven! Ihearthecarrfajre!; Wh it. must 3 ou pw? Next time I hope You'll cleme lonjrcr leisure. Xai. 1 bll seoiu down tba sulrs (With mo6t uueomtuon pleasu...

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

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THUKSDAY. MAUCII 5. SUBSCRIPTION: 12 00 per year. In adTance, IV. B. KUIME, Editor udPnlilUhrr. Senator Login has prepared a speech fa Toring a till proTiding that all reTenuee demcd from the manufacture ud Mle of liquors thill be divided among the states and territories, in proportion to population, ex clnsWelj for public school purposes. The Colorado pipera contain affecting notice! of the death or an Indian Oentle min, Mr. Colorow. One of the journalistic mourners says: "How old he war, is not known, hut ita gecrrallj thoughtthat he died from aheer old age and general cussedrnrwi." Th other day a fire was seen on the prairie approaching the town of Great Bend at a rate which Kerned lo indicate at once celerity and business. Thereupon a Urge force of men turned out and met the destroy ing element half way, and by united and persistent tffjrt prevented it from doing any considerable amount of damsge. With an area about half aa large as Texas, and p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 March 1882

LOCAL NEWS. TIHE T1BLE-1., T. i . F. . B. UKI'AUTUItKS HiOll DOUGK CITY. bOIKO wilt. GOIXO HAST. laaseni:er... 3.10 a.m. rasscngrr... 1:35a. m a'eaftbgtr... 3rWjn. fsssenger. 12:43 p m lulgrjuc... ":IO..ni. niigrant..loH3 . m. IbruuKh F't 1I lra. Through h'tsjop m. Way r rrUhl Ji . m. Way rreiglit 4:13 a m Cbas Kith is in the citf, from a trip Soutb. Green ros is coining up all over the range. March ciue in like, a lamb and will go out like a lii n Tbi jeur prouiiee lo be a lively one for Dodge City ami Kurd Coun'y. Don't fail Ij heir Trice ai the Opera HuUseSaur.lay and Monday evenings. Rev. O. W. Wiigttis lying dangerously aick at his nsidenci in this city. lie is af flicted with train fever. The fad wheat in Kurd County is looking fine. The settlers in the east of the county have from 20 to 80 acres of crowing wheat. Coal oil ai.d wagon grease ian excellent and effectual remedy fcr the cure of mange on cattle. Pat. Rfaa La used this remedy with s ice- s. The surveyors la-t week l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 March 1882

The Agricultural Traductions of UniUtl Mates. tho Catlle fcheip I for". I Mule. - 1I)W. ihe annual report of the Commission-1 ('utile cr of Agriculture for the jear 18W, '"""P based on the, census enumeration fori that j car anil upon tho reports and c.ti- jlujj males of the Agricultural Iiurcau, bat olw. been issunl. It comprises a IareCai"e amount of interesting information ' bhP Tlic f acts and laU respecting the products of the country are valuable, if , ilii"' n-ii-i.ic. At all menu liicy are te most complete and satisfactory attainable. The report xUnivs where the greatest rifriiilliir-it inliirjiula nm 1i.trul .,..l the relatne l"ositiouof tlic btatcs a.s to I Mules cmtv clriractcr of agricultural proluc- Uo tion." The scar 1S0 w:n nearlv an 'ji" era;c one. The tcason was about I cquall faiorahlo to all sections. A Home . .. compilation from tho report jyiiciktho i Mule aggregate value of tho production of ' fe " each Male, embracing corn, w heat, j fcerr 15 p, oils, nancy, u...

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

Gravo fears arc entertained in Greece for the future of Chios. The island is said to be continually sinking, 4& there arc reasons to believe that in time its entire surface may disappear from human sight. Small earthquakes are of constant occurrence, and the fre quence of theio is increasing. More over, hot springs have appeared in many places, until there is hardly a locality which does not possess one or more. m A Boston physician siys that vacci nation sometimes takes with person who have had the small-pox. m . . TtiE Newark (N. J ) Sunday C2 says: One of oar Cincinnati exchanges cites the ease of Mr. Haldeman, of the Lou'svilleConnerVour nal, whowaseurejof rheumatismbybt. Jacobs OiL His wife km cored of neuraljiaby the ......rtl.l. 4ni1 tr mf mWnf hll famtlT of some pa.n or ache bj the Great German ltcaiedr. . TDK potato Is a su'ceptible ve jetable. It is constantly getting mashed. Evtm Commer cial JiUUeUlU A silsruitLT Interesting case was lately referred to by the Brooklyn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 March 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. A Galena, editor reoeiTtd a letter iiou. a subscriber asking him (o publish a cure for apple tree worms. He replied that lie could not suggest a care until he knew whit ailed the norms. The respectable people of tb United States will be pleased to ieiro that there i to he to public exhibition of tbe domtuic infelicities of ei-Goreroor and Mrs. ICate ChM Spreaeue. The airingof scandal whidi wan prom'ued during the diforce rait bw hippilj been obtiatid by prirale rrD(e ment. Mrs. SpreRue in allowed to srcure a dirorce quit lly on the ground of oon-sup-porL The chargrs against her are wholly withdrawn, whUe criminal charge agaii.it ex-Goeernor Sprague are withheld also. A joung operator en the Crntr.l Ursnck at Concordia Kan-as, retertlr got warrieJ, and The Blade, Instead of flstlering him and esfirj; the must number of sweet thing", merely remarked that "JI. Demaris, opera tor at the a JB. depot, got married Sunlsj eve. Hope it will make him better nalured, o he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 March 1882

DODGE CITY TIMES. SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., MARCH 9, 1882. NO. 303 1H ! A STOCK BRANDS. We will iiMertStmk Brands on liberal terms-, and rt?t,rc. fully aolirit oidr. BKTBIILKV BROS. I'o-toffies: 1ikUc Ctt, k.4, -n.l lN-ru II. -H, Km. Uancli on l"ur HMe, ilr m,, ka. Caltlf r.run-l: It on Ml hit.; M on men 8 Hie. 50 un ta'-h lttr. Ilnrs" Iranl: B on Ml fthoui'it-r. T, C. OWEN, PHOTOGRAPHER, DODliEIClTY, KAN tm ami Photographs Uken at the noulh .Me of the rallread track. Hie tent on 1S H.M.' CLARK, Notary Public and Justice of the Peace, PEARKVIM.E, KA.lnAS. Particular attention eiv-n to business In tte C.3. LadiI Office. Collection promptly attenil- I to. "OLD HOUSE" SAMPLE ROOM,; dodui: CITY., HUM. FRED. SINGER, Proprietor. THE CHOICKST LIQUORS. WINES AND CIGARS. OSCAR TREVALLEE, BOOT AND SHOE' MAKER, (Jotin Mueller's old stand, i OOOGK C1TV KAWMA DODGE CITY TOWN CO. Town lots for Sale. Prices to Suit all Parties. Apply to FRED. T. SI. WENIB, Agent. Bice's new- Triumph Steamer. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 March 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES!SS!KlUSV2Ufff; NICHOLAS B. KXAINE. EDITOR week been talking to her folks of !hn Enbscription, $2 per year, in advance, l'""""' filie" anticipated. The voting r ! lady looked at her watch, for I hart none it was in jiawii and said: "It is time Ave were ofL" i t tnltl Iter it ,,'otilil lw tmnnGctlilo tr. purchase theater tickets with buttons that was about all I could show up at the time. The little lady excused her self and hastily left the parlor, saying she would return in a moment. "She ilid return in less than a minute, and putting on her hat and coat, command ed me, I might say, to mine on. It just then began to dawn on me that she was going to buy the theater ticXcts herself, and yon can imagine how my proud heart beat at the reflection that I was to have niv way paid into the theater bv a lady. 1 had to accent her generosity, though, for the was determined to go at all hazards. She slimied into my hand a brand new twenty-dollar bill ami said: Take that and...

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

THE DODGE CITY TIMES m Subscription, $2 per year, in adrance. t -- m XICKOLAS B. KLAINE, EDITOR. -1 FAREWELL. inthe wu-U of wjtr wi'Ict VMr v.ltvU nnI-tii4 thibipleti i. With tt rr nljfht 1111 1 ilowllfn iia I GxxMo i'I frm Iirht. but not from heart. Though hnlf tint orM may inuncus, In ke, nnI hopt.snil tnut ,ren2. Wo nf rnuore win lie it'iart. CIoIlt(eptheo In Hi- tPii'lcreire! On the Arm Iinclor rotltnir tlwp HotfHcih II Ih lnMl . For Ills strnnz,lotitpryw-hjn A. .S. Loiuint, in fjrr Miiynzin. A FEinFUl, M(iUT. I was Invited ti a lunch party in one of the inland cities of Fennsilvani.inot long ago, and was much impressed by the apiieaninco of oneofthe ounger ladies present. Shi wai not beautiful, but uniteil the striking characteristics of a brilliant, fresh complexion, anil a profusion of hair, white as snow, which tut wound on the top of her head after the fashion of Madrazo's "Marquise." belonging to Mrs. A. T. Stewart. She w as v erv, mcrrv, a good talker, and, I nm-t confess...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 March 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES, i DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. MAUCH . SUnSCIlIITION: 42 Ul per year, in advance. it. . KIAI!K.KdliriinlPnlil'iier. WHAT RAILROADS DO. The A.T.iS. l IS. IS. ii matin ar rangements for the construction of building and UriBg of additional track! in Dodge City. This cutlay will add Isrgtlj to the interest of the til7. The Topeka Common wealth has the following on expenditures br theA.T.Afi.F IS.K Few people, either in the private or the jmblic walks of lift, hire anj very adequate conception of the amount of money disbursed in anv given time, br such a railwaj com pany as the Atchison, Tojieka & Santa Fe, the general offices of which are in ihu city. All know in a general way that railroads are big things, but all are more inclined to remember the times tbey have paid parfien gr fares or freight charges than to rcmem berlbe amount of mouey which must be taken in in order that employes may be paid and supplies purchased, to say nothing of furnishing stockholders a fai...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 March 1882

T it w V LOCAL NEWS. TIJIE TIDIiK-t . T. F. R. K DhPAUTLHLS IHOM IHlDCiK C1TT. unisa W1.3T WING EAST, . -1.i . ... li....n'F' 1-4 til Passenger.. .. 3r.M win. Passenger lz:i3 i m I migrant . ,:iua.ni niinut v-, , .ui. J hrousli F'lKHiH". 1 nruugu 1 'I !& m War t rrlctit Ul a.m Jy 1 l-Lt 4:U m A heavy uuW '" heie yesterday nicrtf ini-'- . The March -itiier i equal lo the stand, .ird ol March weather. Cha. Kiili h ptirilis-eJ A. B. Webster's residence on Militate avenue. It will jlwaye do lo keep in eye on a man who is con tanlly vaunting bitnst.f as a re former. The Youn;; Ladies Uik Club will give another entertainment in Sineter Hall, to- morrow evening i,ir citiien wlm xltenJed ttie carnival at Caldaell l't week, returned in good Older. and report bavin.: had a ins time. There was a hht tutcli ol in'er Mon dsy last. March i a very uncertain month vj far aa the weither is concerned." A synopsis of Dr. PeaUxly's sermon, i'e live red here Feb. 2fith, appear on the first pae. Oar ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 March 1882

I'EKMML A.Mi MTKIUKV. It apiwan that the total customs iln tics lrri"ii on hooks importM iirto tlio United Stall's realize not li-si than ?20, 000. 'I lumia. McKIrnlli, lm-inca-i maun der f tlio iv Yorlv Tribune ilurinj; iJruelcj" ninif, wlcbrateil his golden lU'iMingrvivnth. A line vrriier" 1 a man who, liav Inff X1""! ta'tc anil -i jiilri! heart, can s.iy w hat hi! mean-sin puru KnfjlLsli. liozlics ttr Eiire. Mar) Anilor-oii ha Imimi tijxm the htasc sivreirj, neier Imvii in a court. iciiTMii'il iirhccii hikhI, nricr liail a contmrn H'-piiiv or wrangle Thor onglily iharmlni juim;; wiinmi. Jlr. Sylcs TlmniUin. nn Knlili jnaii ulioH.Mit nearly j.",000.00'l in ad vocating tin; li-iliiii.ituing nurriau with a iloail wifo'.i fi-tcr. ii ilc.nl. He liail ni'irricil lifa wife's sister. Ooi mior Tabor, of C-olorailo, inan !v li lim! alili al tlio hiuil of the inict:i!fin out that vt'aj. His ilailj in ooinr from one of hi mines ilurimj January was alKuit f.l.OiW. -I!c. L'hclje A. H.inafonl' ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 March 1882

HOME, FAKM AND (ilRIICX. Hemorrhafres of the lung or 4onv neh are promptly checked liv snull doses I of salt. Tlio patient shiniiil be kept ai quiet as possible. Xearly all the agricultural work in Pniisia" is ilune liv women, and the cutoiui nnira it has alnas lioen; (lie men are considered too "brave and strong to engage in an tiling Ii't im portant than war. The ta-te of ginger cookies can be iniprued by using half a cup of cold codec instead of water. There is nl- tno-t always at least -o much left after breakf.ut;"or, if not, put a little water in the pot and let it bail for a minute or (ho, and strength enough will be given I to flaior the cookies. -AniniaN of spirit and determination an- siroiigi-r thin those of much greater eight, devoid of these (jiialitie. The' thoroughbred hore of 1,000 pounds I .. .,:..!., .1- .1 .V.- ' "L-iju luj uiii iiioie iu;ui ;i pull; ui 1.200 pounds, aud can go twice the dis tance mi the n-ad, day in and day out, with a relative burden or draught ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 March 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES- LOCO POISON. rrom the Trinidad, Cola. . JJewi. It hid beta thought that the pouoaotu weed known "loco" onlj (fleeted ei mala in the early rpring, it being the firat plant that thorn itaelf after the 'now hu left the ground and the animal uiie it at a dalntj morael. Thia theory of ill waiting until apriug time to do iu tvilwork ia incor rect. It hu made it appearance right in the dead of winter, and hundred of boracs and muiei are raring mad in thia count; and on tie Pan Handle of Tezu, from iu effect at thia prevent time. Mr. Lon Horn inform ua that two-third of hi entire herd are raring maniac to-day. He de. rile the piearance of the maladj in this wise: "The horaea that hu taken the poison at drat appear alupid. He ia troubled to get hi bead near enough to the ground to either drink or feed, and if not aseiated i liable to die from exhaiutioD. The trouble teem lo be in the rpioal cord, and right at the poll or back of tbe head. The leart blow given the animal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 March 1882

DODGE CITY TIMESe (7 E2 a SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., MARCH 16, 1882. NO. 304 - w I ftp r r STOCK BRANDS. We will insert Stock Brands on liberal terms, and respectfully solicit orders. BKVKHI.KY BBOS. ltoffices: Dodge City. Km, and Deep Hole, K. Ranch vn I'.Iue ll-.tr, Clark CO,, K. Cattle Brand: II on lelt eldean't hip,Uooririit aide; M on each aide. 50 nn ea'h side. Hone Brand: B n left T. C. OWEN, PHOTOGRAPHER, DODGE'CIIT, KAB. Genu and Vhotojtspas taken at the te nt on the south side or the railroad track. ueeS H.M. CLARK, Notarv Public and Justice of the Peace, RPEARRVILLK, KAPHAS. Vartlcolar attention glv.n to laistness In tr-e U. " I.nd Office. Collectiuns promptly attend. -d to. U OLD IHOUSE SAMPLE ROOM.1. VODIIE CITV KMMH. FRED. SINGER, Proprietor. mt nnninKsr LIOCOR8. WISES AND CIGARS. OSCAR TREVALLEE, BOOT AND SHOE 'MAKER; (John Mueller's old stand.) DODGE CITY -KMSM DODGE CITY TOWN CO. Town Lots for Sale. Prices to Suit all Parties. Apply to FBKD.T. 91. WEXIK, Agent. t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 March 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES Subscription, $2 per year, in adrance. NICHOLAS B. KXAINE. EDITOR .ILL TIlXaS AUE .YEW M Tre-ri-'a nothlnr new within the worl 1." (Jo tn all thltnr mv frc-h mi I new; Niv, mth-r. thi re I nothing nl I Unto tb thoughtful wall awl true. Tli wort 1 in ni-w. I, ev rrj mom Fresh siinliiriit srlinl- mi tltrkl alio plrcum, Fn-shstinel liiuiti athwart the 1 inn. New li"-iutl-iiii tho hllt-alileKlcum. And llfnlsnew. W ho hx riot kniwn Th 1 twn tf Niwrm imfcM iK-torc, .ti't fltfnwl.A4ttifMr.!n iaiil alone. lleMe a ine- newly nientsl floor, W.tlia,fr heart, mill hiirufrali Tu t th- r-alm lut now unsealed? t hliMrn talr-wavo?n lull! oaert-l rtsims tuui rulialtsl' An-Hove. ni-w tiom each flay an I hour Ni weight nf Ultra an nuke It fild Tmliin It liirht time hath no mwer To turn todroai It Hihlir it iM. It walk the earth a jrlal a whrn lur iHirenls nvimeil fair lilen th rotiirh, ( I fall it ilrket treason then T umie lovenM, ibonrrnr-w, TOl I, DmtJJr, In SirlnanrU (J im.) l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 March 1882

&; T) THE DODGE CITY-TIMES- Subscription, $2 per year, in advance. NICHOLAS B.'KAIKE. EDITOR. A l'II.r FIIESUJIAX. Hotrasii pr-itle --trt of jinilh tt bo shouts! ttweara si'l, swift smile. You il not lielict c It was the truth Thitho was (iiiuMeof mill. Yet, ere ih ' term Hr-t week ha 1 iron?, IIei-it t e sem-l In f ihiuns meh; A certain lishln.r -trie put on. Quito uiiuecoinui:? lii a Fresh. 1U wore ifo ulcloth'M, he hnnrsl article. Up puffM a nau.iht ciirar.'tle: Anl lo! It ilnln't m ike him sick. lit i M'mtn a lull grim tct. At la-t he roil-! the s-ipVmiores II) truttlnr out a tall silk bat. The outra.rsl Sipht with anjer swore That they eouM reull) not stan 1 that. An I mi they uiwiil thit this jounsrnian Thej'd bur u Lit to net him rlifht. To cite the lesson they ili't pi in ,t twclte o'clock thecomlni; tiUht. Hele-irneil their seheme anl In It jojett: That afte rnoon hu t-me to town. An I fora certain num. empIoel A llzbtinir mm of jrrett renown To pp that nlf-'ht ithln hi...

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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 March 1882

A7 the cattle dbivx. Tbe drive of Texts caul to Ktsna and other northern auikni generally commences about the 10th of March and lists till the lat of April, the time depending nlireljr upon the state of the grass. At present there are maoj cattlemen in Bin Antonio arrang ing for driving their herd of cattle to Kan au market, hiring bands and ijorchasing outfit for the long and lelious trail. J. T. Ljttle of Csstroville, will be one of the first to start, and with 33,000 cattle belong ing to Ljttle A McDanitls, I.jttle & fchioer Lvttle A Coad, J. J. Welder, tie DrMiill brothen and Tom O'Couotr, of Ktfugio, together with manj olner large etocltmrn are expected there, when tbry will make arrangements for thedrive. O. II. St errill, of Guadaluiie count, stale that he will drive 2,000 to Kins a for him-elf, and thai most catL'e men will drier this spring. Colonel Jamt-ii F. HHmon, ft welUknono and wealthy stocL.man in Sin Marcus, esjs cattle wintered well, sufl red no lusei and are i...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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