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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 March 1882

?Jl HI i 5 LOCAL NEWS. TIBK TABLB-A., T. & . F. B. B. DKPAUTUUE3 FBOSt DODGE CITY. uoiyo nn. ooixa uti, raesengrr.... 3.10 a.m. rassrnger.... 1:33a. m Passenger.. . -3:3) pjn. I1masenger..l2 13 p m aaatgrant... 7:40a.m. migrant. .1ik5 a-m. Through ft 1310 p m. Tbruughl'tCiJOu m. Way rreigbt4:3Ja.in. Nat rreigtit 4.15 m Tbe school bell haa the sound of the dull thud. The new swi.ca-engtne in there yards ar- Tirol a fet day ego. It ia darling. There ia a delicious sarcasm in the old pro verb, "God help the licb, because the pour can brg." Tree planting will moo be in order and our ci iisus will da well to make arrange ments. The peaih buds are not yet killed, and the prospects ars favorable far a good crop of pesche. The Medicine Lodge Index has enlarged to a 6 column quarto. We are glad to He this pro peii y. If we could only be as rich as some men we would almost consent to be as fooliib a olheif. He who trusts lo tne work of a knave ia no It a fool thin the man who ttiiatohold ...

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. — 16 March 1882

Our itaTToon. TVe made tip my mlnil thit half the trouble bo.isgct into is the fault of tlie grown-up folks that arc always wanting tliem to improte their minds. I never improved my mind yet with out suffering for it. There was tlie lime I improved it studying wasps, just as the nun who lectured about wasps and elephant-. -and other insects told me to. If it hadn't been for that man I ncier should have thought of studying wasps. Onetime our school-teacher told me that I ought to improve my mind by reading history, mi I bornmed the his tory of "ltlackbcard the Pirate.' and improved my mind for three or four hours every dji. After a while father said: J'nng thai tool In me, Jimmy. :ind let's see whaUou're reading," and when he -aw it, instead of prai-ing me, lie Hut what's the iw of rcincm liering our misfortunes? Still, if 1 was grown up, I wouldn't get boys into dif Jieully by telling them to doall sorts of things. There was a Profcsor came to our house the other day. A Professor is...

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. — 16 March 1882

1 fcr Japan has a. railroad in what would bo called working order, perhaps, bat the benefits likely to How from it do not fcem great either for the Japanese or lor the caue ot railways in the J-.ast. Xearthe end of the jear 1880 a line twenty-two miles long wa opened from Otarunai to Sappora. It supports one train each way daily, and carries an average of 200 passengers, at moderate price. Receipts accordingly are so small that the road is not likely ever to jay the expen-e of running it. Nor is it managed in a way that promi-cs to increase its popularity. Trains fre quently start ont two and three hours behind time, and occupy two and three hours in making tho twenty-two miles. Itathcr than wait three hours for a train that may take three hours in running t enty-two miles, one might much bet ter walk. Morwncr, passengers are not proudid with cars of a comfortable construction. Some of them arc of primitive design and rough in appear ance. As far as wc are concerned, give us our sle...

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. — 16 March 1882

m THE DODGE CITY TIMES. The Port, Tsxaa Lire B:ock Journal, aid few otbec (lock papers, have not adrocated the leaving oQ of six-sbooitrs b the cow bo jn, f ipeciillj efl tte racge, withoat tome effect, M will be sn bj the resolution adopted by the stockmen in contention latt week. TbeSoulhw.it Kacsaa and Indian Termors Association, is the lira', association of the kind lo express itself on this salject; and it will cot be alone in the matter Ttrj long, as doubtless the Barboar county people will, on the 17 tb, idort aimiltr resolutions, and place themrelrta aqcarely upon rrcord in fiTor of law and order, and the removing of that one great incentive to crime and sorrow the rix-abooler. It is seldom that a cow-boy, or any one elss, when unarmed, deliberately procures a weapon lor the pur pose of killing his man; he will let a slight or supposed insult pass, when, if ho was armed, the first thing would be a r-hot, a groan, and a great crime woul J be comimt teJ, and he a candidate for...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 March 1882

i e , DODGE CITY TIMES SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., MARCH 23, 1882. NO- 305 STOCK BRANDS. Ws wilt insert Stock Brands on liberal terms, (nil respectfully solicit oidera. e KTBBLKV BROS. lotoffiar: Dodge City. hi. nni itrtu iit.ir. Km. Kocn on .Hue Hole, CUrk co Kit. Cattle Bra nil: It on lrlt Me ttnt hls IS ou right fcidr; SO on rich side. SO on wh ahl. " lion Brand: B on left UoQlJe. T. C. OWEN, PHOTOGRAPHER, BODCIEICITY, KM. Uems snd "holograph", taken t the tent on the south aide of the railroad track. UecS H.M.CLARK, Notary Public and Justice of the Peace, PEsBBVILLC, KAPHAS I'artlcular altentiun Eivrn to Imelneaa In the U. Laud Office. Collections promptly altenil d to. " OLD HOUSE " SAMPLE ROOM, BOBUE CITV sUHUi. FRED. SINGER, Proprietor- THE CHOICEST LIQUORS. WINES (AND CIGARS. OSCAR TREVALLEE, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, (John Mueller's old stand. DODGE CITV 'KANMAH DODGE CITY TOWN CO. Town Lots for Sale. Prices to Suit all Parties. Apply to FRED. I. M. WBWIE, Ageut- BICE'S HEW Tr...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 March 1882

Tin? TinTinE1 lTrPV fPTHTCCi '" ne "'T -'- ni'nc. which were 1LD JjyjUUa yJ-LX aAJlLXiOioikedby the Indian there were no ?f J J ladders, but in theirplace tnmks of Euureription,,$2perye:Lrlin'adnffice.''tree-m which notches-hail been-cut,1 , j and the Indians climbed by inserting NICHOLAS B. KXAINE, EDITOR. yr rnrynu: i:i:h. the big toes in "the notches." "'hcn the Indians Ml. fu -ol' the "Step DeyiP -, they say that lie lias on each big toe an ; enormous nail anil that as he climbs Ihe Aa 1 ruuurajeed Ibr nijth tho attic, li-tcnlnjr to tfceT.tltinirra li Asit i?tt"nsln ihi fhliul and against tho w.ld )r pane. I'n pinco r tiu meat ant lime, which with dgsl w. re tb clcty prcad. haw I In Ih firtlicrt corner what wat nnco ray inttU" 11. to 1 drew It fr in the recs, whrre It had re mained Inrir. Jlcur.iiv all tho while the music of mother's tolce In a-my, Avhesntur in wevt"t aoociit what Isluco hate often l-tM'I: "Hu-h. my dear, llo till ami slumber, holy aiii-vls ifuaul ibr tsd." At I...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 March 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES "Subscription, $2 per year, in advance. NICHOLAS B. KLAINE. EDITOR. -1 SUCCESS f VI. LAWYElt. He helped the logic pile on pile, tho evidence ft U IlivIltT. Tbccoun-elmi the other side ho hinted was a 11 Hr. I Te said his 1i nt was a well-known -rcntlcman an 1 holar- And that hi- sido hsd net er paid their witness es a dollar. Jletoldthemnf the orphan's moans, the base oj-pressor 3 Hinrt, And,p 1m pathos mountain Jeep, move! all the Court to tears. He said: I rami) not hero for fame, nor yet forpiltry (roM; Hut Jut'ce l a thlnjr, my friends, that nctcr can lesold:" And then at the rascality filled with indignant nw. Declared the act imp iralleled in any pret ious aire. He alil that ueh a perjured wretch ne'er breathed lieneath the -un. And. rising In hUK gal might, a-kcd that tho right Is el me. He quoted Hiackstonc. Cbitty, Ilumm, that no one could di-pute. And wild his haln of reasoning" no lawyer couM refute. He told the "honest, lawful men" to judgo alone hj ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 March 1882

THE DODGE CITS' TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. MAIiCII 23 tnnsCBirriOX: tJOOixrji-ar, In 'lincf. . U. HLAl.tE.SdllarandriiblUbtr. TBEES FOB KANSAS. A writer in the Atccison Champion con tributes an iotertirjg article on the plant ing ol tresi. V bile tbe first conditions ol eastern Kansas nij be applicable to-day to woatern Kansas, we can contemplate the future with aalit'action, j.rovided we follow tbe example cf our eastern friends. We make the following extract: We are told to plant the Cottonwood, as it is "the tafnt and most sslisfactorj Irte to cultivate." This wonld bare been good advice twentj, Ktriblr ten, jears ago, but it is wortli nothing to dav. Then, on these wiJe iiraitire, where Krau w" a-ing, we wanted tre to look at; trees to males our western homes look more pleasint; we waul ed them for shad, and witidbrtalcs; we wanted tbem for the purpose of bringing abjut netdrd climalic cbaog-; we wanted them to t stiff, bv a rspid growth, lo the ferlllitj of the soil, and for ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 March 1882

m i W H - id & v LOCAL NEWS. T19IB T1B1.E-1., T. A ". F. . B. BEPAKTOUES HJOM. DODGE C1TT. UOIXO- VfMr. G01G EAST, Passenger.. ..3 10 a.m. raesengcr... l:l'ia.m Paaerngrr... 3r.0p.m. Passenger. IS 15 1 m Emigrant... 7:10 jn. migrant. 1(H5 . m. Tbruuah r't ltOpra. Through t'l ejop m. Way fright 4 J) . m. Way r reighl 4 IS a m The wind on Men Jay waa highly inter eating. Col. R. W. Evans, hsa goce on business to St. Eimo, Cola, for a short time. Two furni'hed roums to rent on reasona ble terms. App'y to F T. M. Wenie, Aget. The Iowa H u-e, by V. C Beebe, lias ben opened a few doors west cf the Post office. II. F. May, has returned from a trip to Miasouri. lie reports plenty ol rain in that legion. Judge Beverley b been confined to hi rrom for several days with a light sickness, but ia recovering. J. 31 Wr gnt and dauh er Beulah, have gone east, hoping that a change will improve their h.alih. The ci'T elrciion lakes place on Mondar. Apiil 3J. There does not promise to be mch con eM...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 March 1882

lYrfrc tl SatUfuctory. The next nun wai a tall, l3w-baclel, on-faced cliait who liad worried through tho wintT without an over coat nmj iiurhajM without changing Iiu linen. " No uo to ask if tlifo charcrc of va grancy it true," remarked his Honor, a he Minrjeil the iiriioner "Not a bit of me. Judge; you know Its filx'!"' mw the read reply. Wliat! Do Vou ilenv that you are a v:.Kr "Certainly I do!" "Then what areyoii?" A treiilleiuaii and a jKi;iilalor, sir. If jotfllghe me a Mv minutes of your valuable lime I'll make the mo-t satit factory explanation of my pre-ent ui jicaraiiee anil financial cmbarniSMiient." " Co ahead." "Well, nir, mj name U KhoderieDo L-mglej. To begin w'tli, no aprant owned such a name. I am apcculMor in grain, lnd. silver f-totk and other thhig.4. When I make a Mrike I dress like a Prince; and liic high. When I Io I ileco in the alleji and cut my ex eiie (lo-e. Mj lal .jicciilation was a lm; therefore I am eeonomizing." " WhM a jour lt-six-ciilitioii?" ' Four ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 March 1882

AfAA A Month For 1 W Teachers NUiuLa, nan(f Men jmi Lk.1t In a light, peasant Putin. fwrrtforitrf-uUrend FREC OUTFIT. P.W.UEGIKCO.,rbildclfhiA,F.,rClucc,m MnUYQIA E. FINSH1M. OFLYHN, MASS" 5 V. ,,tMit5' RAILROAD GAZETTE, X JOUIpM. OF TRAISPORTlTiai. Engineering- and Railroad Sen riMUM it JJ Imjnr, Xr Tort. k.IO per OPIUM HABIT 'EASILY CURED! r iy Free. Also. Jott pabtU1; '. TAeJfpTBtim CVer, 3jupp ,11 fr Lkilik k KttLET. M.I Cur&TuD &4A.B.H,U H.MT, IU.. U. &. A. OPIUffl MORPHINE T A TTUal Trel-e on their & 1 HI U ipeedf nr SENT 1 IU k, la. J G. Hmni. p OLboi Ot.Chl.ajo. IU. DIPHTHERIA! JUH10XII ADDT.Xr LIIMET wQ potiUterrtrevent this terrible dlaw. and wlUpoat tivrlyfurcalaerasrseatot ten. lafer&MtiaathatwlIl save maay llvr. sent fre bv matL Dan U' ' mo tnmu lTrni1oii Is better than core I v. JOHN1 CO.. Rt-T()N. MA$ formerly IUGin. Ma. I'atsoxt PrKBTlTE Fills maa: ocw rich blood. O V S o ti.; lmsogLiMr- J&lks&JZUZ. LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VESETASLB COMPOUND. 3...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 March 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. A. two-year-old tocl-pootai told her met it tu "jt'micg," tcauae L "heard iu MoUtep oa the gallerj." Edilora Id thin country ire almji bebiod the age. In Inland the editor carry the papttt about aid Hade ll.ern or dried meit and whlaky. Kinaiej bat a jour g man wborefuia all latitat on to kkainic partie. Ex. llaj he he don't et an ''bid," or be may hue a few Miner. Mswathuaetta yourg foioin read aithill cnncaled enTj that a Karaw widow baa tnt so! back from the funeral of her rixlb bikband. We beard of a piece o I real ee'ate telling for Iwecty-foor tbousan 1 dollera thia week In Elard connty. The tract compnaed aigbleen hundred acte and cot, origicall, thirlr-thrie tliouaind dullara wilb I be im proremenli then on. A I'bilaJilpula phytic an ia mettirg with ere at ruccew in a nirel rurpical operation whicli girra the third finger m re freedom iu pliriiiK the piano. If acme emirent doctor will dicoer a turgicil op'ration which will tici Utile tin play irg nf oke...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 30 March 1882

ff DODGE CITY TIMES. C SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., MARCH 30, 1882. NO. 300 STOCK BRANDS. Wo will insert block Brands on liberal terms, ami respectfully solicit orders. DEVEHLGV IHIOI lWtoEces: Dodge City, Kas, anil ueen n ir, Kas. llanch on Hlue Hole, LUrk co Ivii. Cattle Ilrand: II on left si le ami litp, 1! on rizht side; rM on each side. 50 un each side. Horse Ilrand: 1! on left BhonWer. H T. C. OAVES, PHOTOGRAPHER, DODGE CITY, K.ll (cms and l'hotographs taken at the tent on the south side of the railroad track. dec29 KM. CLARK, Notary Public and Justice of the Peace, tPEAKETILLE, KA.Mt.19. IMrllcular attention Klv,n to business in the L.. Land Office Collections ironiptl attend ed to. " OLD HOUSE SAMPLE ROOM, DODI.E CITY KA.tSAV FRED. SINGER, 'Proprietor. THE CHOICEST LIQUORS. WINES AND CIGARS. OSCAlt TREVALLEE, ' BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, (John Mueller's old stand.) D0DOE CITY KAJKAd DODGE CITY TOWS CO. Town Lots for Sale. Prices to Suit all Parties. Apply to FRED. T. 31. WEXIE, A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 30 March 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES EabscriptioD, $2 per year, ia advance. ' NICHOLAS B. KZ.AINE. EDITOR. WHAT THE OBELISK SAID. I"l.et. eros the itea. .-reetis! here Awl why lor what? TI all BO very queer The iople, lanjruajo. lnMhe aUnn-pherc; 1 heurn Janron mum! inteteryday sono iiim'ijiaiiti a worn I miv ay. The man whoran'U I think. inut tw a fool, tin htltlrell reail It oil their t.aT to school. Ait'l vet how stranjc, n Uiurustfa so well Juatlftoiaiirk In the Itovtustonel How. ,11? When mad.? What-loIknw? Aft I look twu k, so many years ajrn? 1 iv tho pburue of lis-mis In their tllt-M, The ilarknes lolU thit Mirou'lisl mn In nljfbl: Thoilr a-llul ery. 1 now rememtw-r well. Whin nil the !lr-M.ni In Ibe. kine-loin fill; haw Mi, weary, ttanl!mr at my Im-ie. Who read thUfUmo liiHcrlptUmim my face That vtuihI iM man, en-tt. whoe citirlo eye, 1'iercM throtiirh onr yiU, to (Jod ulnno on hlib: Tho-e temples built, whoso skeletons BtUl Ktanil, Their irl-irit tmnes half htlrtf d In the sand: The sphln...

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. — 30 March 1882

4- Subscription, $2 per year, in advance. NICHOLAS B: KUUNE. EDITOR. -1 FKEEZISQ IDTL. THE DODGE (HTYTIMBsteK-Ssr, like asparagus, but she said that didn't make any difference; it didn't say what to do in such a case. She read the book through slowly, a chapter a day, and she had just gotten to the chapter on parties and balls w hen they were invited to a reception at tho Xeasmith's. The Xeasmiths had lately returned irum auroau, aim .Mrs. lilossom saidshe supposed eiery thin" Mould be done up in European style, but she didn't mean to apjiear green there, if she new her self. Sho caught hold of Mr. Blos-om. a-, he rang the Xcasmitlfs door bell on that cicntftil night, anil told him not to notice any one. till he nt hi thiii-rs off- andon the way up stairs Jio snubbed the minis'er and his brother's w ife. When they were going downstairs she com manded him to snmi! an air of formal pleasure, and he obey ed by putting on a stillish grin. Jlrs. Blos-om remembered to have read in the eti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 30 March 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THUKSDAY. MAKCU 30 lUBSCBUTIONt ajOOperjear, In alliance. m. M. KLAlNE.Bdltor auatt Pobllalaer. SEUICTION OP DAIRY COWS' The Homestead aaji: - The rapid increase of the Dairy business in Kiuu and Ne braska miut hire the effect to draw more attention to the breeding of miking strains of cattle. While growing butchers' stock wilt probably remain for a long time the leading inUnst, it is desirable to combine the two, so thit bath f ball thrive. We bare atralns of natif e stork, from which eicellent selection can be nude, and wide-awake dairymen will fee to it that there are per petuated. Our own cbserraiion and exper ience are that milking qualities are quite aa ure to be traumitted aa ain or disposition to fatten. Of coarse the exceptions will be more numerous than with thoroughbred, where apecial ijuilitie have teen carefully in-bred for manj generation, aud tbe "eporta" weeded out when they occur; but audi exceptions fnquen ly have a cause that migh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 30 March 1882

.fc 2 LOCAL NEWS. TIBB TABL.E-A., T. A S. V. It. B. DEPASTURES rUOH DODGE CJTT. 00110 VEST. COEfG KAST. Passenger.... 3:10 e,m. Passenger.. ,.J:35a.m Passenger.. :.3U pjn. Passenger. .lfcu p. m Emigrant. ...7:0ajn. Emigrant.. lfc3 n.m. Through K't liio u m. Through F't : p.m. Waj-tWlghtlJOa.nl. Way Freight US am March is going out like a lion. Green gnu is "booting forth. A. E. Carnahan is in Biamark, Dakota. Peach trees are io bloom about Dodge. The long-horns are taking the trail north ward. No rain last week but there were several howen of duBt. John Pohl, baa left Supply, and will re main in this vicinity. The Methodist Episcopal congregation in tend erecting a church this year. B, W. Evans returned Monday night from a Bhort business trip to the mountains. The city election takes place next Mooda; a Appearances indicate but one ticket in the field. The Preebyterains will shortly secure a pastor for their church, and a minister who will remain permanently. The Atchison, Topeka &a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 30 March 1882

A3 U.NUSDAL FUROKE. JL Keeciil Kirlteinent fnvettlcated by th IleraM and the Ite-walts Mad 1'mUUa. IN" thj Tim, of Philadelphia, we oteerre: "Mr. tJoIih Mcdrath, 1SW Christian street, wa cured hj St, Jacobs Oil of scTere rheu matism. A i.ait mji that It tak" many-men a who!? lifetime to le trn to carrva ten-dollar hill home without hreak'ns It. 'JW Ghl. i A fei Inmns from tb IIcheter, S. Y., Democrat end Cknmtrk "A KrmarLab'e Statement," reuraiSia. rro: iica-m. i,ii-swtptfM. millo by j, ji. Hcnion, M. D., aftntlemin wbo It well known la this city. (CTrr'af, 0., rW.) weeks ap we copied Into oar ail- lTder.ot always do to credit people with ntrf-sefulUretic. The other dif one of our "riing jouu';; rJanlMis" V Sin Kroijels co japer, was piTinz his oplnjim of the vul carttr and incannets d s pis red by our gold fifth arfeUtraey. H'h," i said, fur in--taute, 1 wasinritrd to" at lead a inuriril at the houc of od Fnllujgs on Xobb III1I. Of course J idayed aeNid deal to entertain the rnniui...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 30 March 1882

HOME, FAItM ASH GAHDEX. Hroil steak without suiting. Salt draws tlio juices in cooking. Cook over a hot tiro, turn frequently, scaring both sides. Place on platter, Reason to taste. A good w a-h for currant anil goose berry lmhe U une pint of salt and one jvnt of soft soap added to ten gallons of water. Put plenty of ashes (coal or wood) around the roots, which will in sure increased size. To clean an old pnrk barrel, mak ing it fre-h anil Mviet, till it with fresh earth. After two or three days empty tins out. imcrt the barrel and burn vn-lrr it ome bits of cloth saturated with sulphur or brim-tone. Home Tixanirc. Hifr.-c-radi-h sauce is preferred by some Miple to the plain grat d radish. Take two table-poonfuls each of made mustard and white sugar, half a tea soonfiil of silt, one gill of vinegar. Beat tht- together, and pour over as much gnted radish as it will moisten Mlllll'HMltiy. Seleet your garden seeds from the list of a reliable seed-man. It is just as ea-y to raise first-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 30 March 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. THE KANSAS WIND. There in one a man who oyerdid the ml tU tf est talk In Kauai. What be aid about the fettiliij of the toil, and tbc (rata I hit cattle nit upoo all wioUr, and tht "fine body cf elm and walnut timbrr" oo tie creek, and the inexhaustible apply of migoeilu limestone iu veil enough, but when be ventured to rcmaii about tbe "gen tl xrpbjr" that fanned tbe diaric brow oT IOC ivsnun, a uditkkbi U4U nui ufiuvrf tbe length and breadth of tbe Sttte, and the "gee tie itj-hjr" n.n roted to be amcog Kan u humorists what Jutsbo ! among ele phant!. ''Gentle zsphyr" ha been a Mend ing joke erer a'ner. Toe author of that bit ol fun ia now furgotter; he does cot come forward to claim the lioi.or ef hia inrention, but until tbe wind cease to tirculale orrr these prairies e ate not likely to hear tbe last earcittic illudon to ihe "gen'let'phyr." All tbe other unusual morementa of the almcapbeie haTe Wen detcribed. John Bterling haa left a wonderful account of ihe ...

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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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