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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 6 April 1882

DODGE CITY TIME& t SIXTH YEAK. DODGE CITY, KAS., APRIL 6, 1882. NO. 807 Mlt' :n. r b- U" STOCK BRANDS. Wo will insert Stock Brands on literal t nns. and respectfully solicit orders. BEVEItl.LV linOS. otoCc: DoJe Cily, has, anil lhl Hole, Kai. Kancn on Illue Hile. Uarl. co,, Ku. Cattle l;ranil: 1! on left ti.lcani blp.l!onriRhl tide; 50 on euth side. M on e-fh side. Horse Ilraud: U on left shoulder. jr. 71 mi T. C. OWEN, PHOTOGRAPHER, DODGE CITY, KAS. Gems and Photographs taken at tin; trot on tr.e south tide of the railroad tract. ! H. M. CLARK, Notary Public and Justice of the Peace, SPEA11EVIM.E. KAXH.11. articular attention givm to tinlnea in the V. t. Land Office. Collections promptly attend ed to. ." OLD HOUSE " SAMPLE ROOM, DODCE CITY.,... ...KAN HAH. FRED. SINGER, 'Proprietor. THE CHOICEST LIQUORS. WINES AND CIGAItS. OSCAR TREVALLEE, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, (John Mueller's eld stand.) DODGE CITY K,ISM DODGE CITY TOWN CO. Town Lots for Sale. Prices to Suit all Parties. Apply ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 6 April 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES m Sulscriptioa, $2 per year, in advance. NICHOLAS B. IIXAINE. EDITOR TWO XAMES OX THE OLD IIEEC1I THEE. Twonani-iiion theold lioech-trec, I ar in Ihe dcp wod a a ditude. An fadlno-, 11 t IndehUy Are writ wb'retluinire may not Intrude. For loW- kCH WUb. BnimcmorleSBWCet Thrill (inr who-p heart will ne'er forget; A i mil Hill trawl liy weary feet Ltaln to lhetn. Anuncboret, Thm lonir and Ion"l aiimuii r hours VV Ith broken In itrt alon- he -tra) 9 Amnnirtbe heriKhcd Fplrit flow rs That l-lonmtsi for bcrln other ilajs. A halo hrlkhlM heaviu's strain! lllumi-attic finsoonitod place. That will lest fa le, thn Ttmo'a ru lo hand shall liolh lh-o names at lat efface. A thousand thfwr corne lack In drowns, Nxlcr t twiilonjr years aim. There, plume-like ferns, by m(w fiftured atn-mii. Hide from the minis am' loi e-lit k!ow, An! underneath tbftold hisccb-trec, A paradisian, cool retn. at, 0 frwhkb wild vim-a creep tenderly. Ilcelliie"" their dear nM tryfllni seat. Two bf a...

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. — 6 April 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES Subscription, $2 per year, in advance. NICHOLAS B. KLAINE, EDITOR. Jul:, (minors heliveraxce. Ji'pver hrd toll o' Rill Oibbnn? Why. ypr"v p kinder U-cn out of existence! I don t lclicvp&ompnniiid think! If it warn't for a Utile ambiance. 1 ain't ovpr smart" not mjself? Well, who s idl I wa!-what 9 It matter! To know Itill win I gu"ss kinder cute. Volets ha 1 ell' more o' that chatter. " What ilM ho dor" w ell I'm blamed ! If jou won t pretty soon raise mv dander! For jcr ought toknon Mill Jut as well As the geese on a pond ku ws the. gander! Ther. now, tain't no good gettln' rilpd, Smooth our feathers back, sw-ady, I'll tell, m Uei Tell j r one of hi- feat In the wood, A braw rdced neer befell, mate)! In Wisconsin's biff forest, ons day. Wp wis inakm' a elearin in fall time; And the thnu as Itill Gibbon done then, I, for one, thall remember for alt time. A bro id-should ril coon w as old Hill. W Ith a will, like hi muscle-, of iron; Hi M a tackle! a bulfalu ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 6 April 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. TIIIJK8DAY. AI'KIL . lUnsCElITION: 1 10 it yw. In ailan. . . KLAIIiB.adtlorakidIulillt)rr. The immigration during the next aix monlha ircxalm lo aasume phenomenal pro portion, aay th Chicago Tine. Already emigrant destined (or th"Wt and North nt rHf 4 io giwal cnrou. The izamlgra tioo boalnaw this year hu openad mouth earlier than uaual, tnd the month cf March promisee l'i ahow np better than April did lut 7CU. Tii inorrment i particularly heary from Canada to ilanltoha and Ibe Karthwert. II looka u if the Canadian prorinoce were to be rntirely depopulated. The Michigan Central alone, alnce March 1, bu bruistt Jure orer 4,000 Canadian Im migrant, and It la ertlmatnl that daricji the year nu.' lew than SQ.CKW Canvlisrai will leare itie provinces and tret: home fa Man itoba and the SorlhwaL The Euroc3n immigration ha aim already asaurnel fur. taidable proportion, and jirumio-j to fc hearier than ertr ttfvW. iiarly all the Western and orlhwrttm land tj...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 6 April 1882

LOCAL NEWS. TISE T1BLE-1., T. Jfc tt. V. B. K. DEPAUTUEES FKOJI DODGE C1TT. GOIG EAST. Passenger. . . .1-Ka. m l'unrr lilip m migrant lut3 turn. 'inruuga r -i ?-w i m. OOISG, WEST. Passenger... .3.10 a.m. Passenger.. ..3r.1l pju. Emigrant... 7:40 ajn. Through ft U;10 pin. aj Freight .) a. m. - ay t relght 1.15 a m The Board of County Commi"iooers meet next Monday. M. B. Wright of the Tan Handle has been in the city screral day. Finely growing grass is the report fiom til sections of the grazing lesions. II. F. May, of the Dodge City Mill, baa pone to New Mexico on business. Chas, Kaufhols, of the classic 'uecinta of Deep Hole, Kas., is in the city tow week. Next Sunday ii Easier Sunday. There will be services in the Presbyterian church. K. P. Adams and Chas. Beeman, have trected a carpenter scop, near Fred. Boyd's residence. A number of aii-dug-outs hare been erected in the vicinity of the ronnd-hnu"e,on tne disputed land. The new stock yard will tw completed in time for the shippin...

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

Tfl InrotiTrnftDt SonuiaraTjailsin A strange iw well as an amusing case of tho inefficiency of Philadelphia do tectivcs has lecii larufohcd to the writer. Tho young tton of a Philadelphia jour nalist was employed, a short time ago, in ono of the large wholesale and retail dry-jjood establishments of tltat city as errand hoy- One evening he was en trusted with a package, on which he was to collect G5.fc.r. The little fellow collected the amount, took it home.and, fearing burglars, thought a good place of safety would lc underneath the car pet of the dining-room. Tho next morning the bill had disappeared. No other member of tho family had seen the money, and what had become of it was a puzzle. Tho boy ent to tho tore and reported the low. About noon of tho f:vme day ono of tho officers who the entire State now knows hare been receiving "hu&h money" from crimin als, made his appearance at the jour nalists house, and, iiiU-r studying tho 5jot where tho SC5.83 had been con cealed, ch...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 6 April 1882

HOME, FARM AXD GAKDEX. White leaves ami variapiteil white nml jjreeii leaves imtieiite degeneracy in a plant. A branch with leaves entirely white K no longer capable of propaga tion; it is in the last stage of it" exist ence. A inlc drain becoming chokeil with greae may be cleaned by plugging tip the outlet and tilling the drain with strong boiling hot he of wood ahcs. After this has remained in a short time the outlet should he opened and the drain Ilu-hed out with hot water. X. Y. Timis. It is ii'iial when planting celery to cut off the lea es of the longest stalks, leaving only the heart. It will tend to dwarf celery to -et the plants cloe; that 1 -i indies aiurt in the row. Celery reipiires :: cool, moit place; in rich, warm oil it may run to seed, making a tcry rank grow th. Old lace curtains that have little holes in the netting can be made to ap pear whole when they are laundricd. Take a piece of lace, or very thin mus lin, and when the curtain is starched starch this piece a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 6 April 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. KANSAS WEATHEB. The Chaapion haa already received grateful recognition of its Ubora in deecrib icg the anteriorit; u! Kansas oyer Indian weather. In (act, the Champion u aua tained bj a perfect ooncioaineai of right, bat it must he confessed that it is onlj when a Kansas man retcrne from a trip to Indiana or Illinou that be acknowledge the merits of bin own climate. At other times he is ept to berale hnuui (or ecddrn and violent change of temperature; extreme of cold and heat, and so on. The truth is, and every Kansan ought to he it apostle and confessor, that Kansas ia the beat outdoor country- within the limitaof tbe United fetal?, iiy this, we mean that, in the three hundred and sixty.fire days in the year, there are more dare when it ia pleieanter to be out of door than within, than in an other Slate in the Union, and we submit the rlatement to the judgment of those who have been here longest. While much of the real eatate scents "banana" talk about Kansas ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 April 1882

'Ci t Sj DODGE CITY TIMES. 1 SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., APRIL 13, 1882. XO. 308 IU . V THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE. The increased number of Representatives in Congrats allowed Kansas baa proportion ately increased the number of aspirants for statesmen's honors. Happily and fortun ately, Western Kansa, the home of the pio neer, the cowboy and the coyote, has bat one candidate for congress. Not that this section is lacking in material for candidates, but there is a common consent among the numerous etate'men, and by the people, for cne candidate, which fortunately will secure ra a representative. To tbis man who set tle. in this region when the Indian's war- hoop resounded over the broad plates in the soft, balmy air, when the buffalo was tl e possessor of the wild herbage, disputed only by the sneaking coyote bis deadly foe, when the country was a wildernee", and drouth', famines and graahopirs were tbecoun rj's products will Western Kansas offer her suffrages. The fortunate circumstance ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 April 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES Subscription, $2 per year, in advance. H1CKOLAS B. KLAINE. EDITOR EASTIUI MOIIXXU. Dame MarK-iretpiko to Annie Illalr, ToAnnlu Illalr epakeieie. An from lieneath her wrinkled band bbcrcerel lurourtuam; " Look f..nh. look forth. A mil- UlaJr, Forlny H ee areiilm; N- ion n .inch' lioat alloal Within Ihe burirou a ninf Bwect .tmic looked to east, to xrct, Tonn-llian 1 rcmth looke-1 the; There wm no imrlo bolt alloul I jmjii the anjrry pea. Tho f kj was dark, the win 1 were hlb, lite breakers ImhIusI thenhore. Awl lou!?rriipl still IdinltTBWfllctl 'i be teniieit'i aulleu ruar. "I.ok forth a:raln" Dam Manraret crio-l: I lh any 1m1 come In!" AinI fearer sh beant i ho answering word A bote the furious lin 14 Pray Ofl tio lioat mar put to Ben In urh n arale!" ihoiiHlt: 14 1'ray ;.J it eiiil tuny ! ire I o-u!ght The rot ks r Ian-. r llea.1!" "ThUI(3.i.i.H-n.i.iy..nnlel!IiIr, Hame 3!araret criel ag-sin, XVheii lrya Sou. I bo Merciful, OuCuhar Hasslilu. "The earth itM quak...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 April 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES Subscription, $2 per year, in advance. NICHOLAS B. KJLAINE. EDITOR ms cuA.r-noxE. ThTnan Ihil slrrc' his cra-y-lione .Ml nM -nW 'et k il up on foot A'l hoppsl thrtt -. ,t ill hop, un'l put UNfl kiw itni jrht li forr him then FLashM white ii pilli'l I'ariun tone. Aii'l clinches! nil cj i-s, HnJ hopped ualn. II( ?p:ik uj nonl h3 inmlc no moan Hriiiutt rel ni.nintiw hut Ju-t Kr xi! bis ridlih tijrht-Thut, Ami :n Ihi- orl 1 uhluttl pj.t hint then, JIo nl Lrenr his cr.izr-Nino tViis tn ken so be hopmsl ucnln. -J. ir. K3. HCLL-FII'IITS IX MADRID. In ct crj' crow d ami cafe t on sec the tall, shapely, dark-faced, silent men willi a cool, professionally murderous look like that of our bonier desperadoes, whose enormously wide black hats, short jacket s, tljjlit trousers, and pig tails of braided hair proclaim them chuloi, or members of the noble ring. Intrepid, with muscles of steel, and finely formed, they are very illiterate; we saw one of tlfem gently taking his bran...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 April 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THUKSDAY. AI'KIL 13 6UnClUI1ION : Mco jr jiar, in adtanc. If. B. KUIM:, Editor una Publisher. Tho Starving Indians. Gen. I'ope oJs the fallowing Inter from Ft. Lfive&Hcirtb, to Major IJui.d, it Wash- icgtcti: I ltaie to-morrow lor Ktno. Tee situation ia Iato; the Indian cannot livecn the ltducwl Iwf rations. There aie 100,000 citlle grating not fir from there, toil rather than starts thej will do as we do, tike what cattle ia needed to Imi thrm and their families from aUrrlcg. This will provoke Indian Loailitlex, which will lead God knows where. The only lfgal act the mili tary can do ia to make them ttarre isceablj in almost inhuman serTioe. Some of the De;rtmenla of the Government should take the refiocsiljility of sending a few thousand dollars for beef rather than have ac Indian outbreak on a Urge wale. There ia no game to subsist un for the Indiana in thin (Indian) Territory. Ia it really the intention of the government, for tacit a paltry ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 April 1882

3 f ' LOCAL NEWS. TISIB TABLE-A., T. A . F. B. R. DEPARTURES H101I DODGE CITY. GOQ WZtT. COI-NG liSI. Passenger.. ..3:10 ajn. Passenger.. .J:39a.m Passenger.. ..3U pjn. Passenger.. 12 45 p m Emigrant. ...7:t0ajn. -mlgrant..lo-tt a.m. Through K't 12,40 pm. Through I i 8.30 p.m. Way Freight i-M a.m. W ay reigtit 4:15 a m Dodge City is making preparations for the grand spring rush, Elder Allison, will preach in the Union church on Sunday, April oO.h. There will be Catholic Divine Service in the Union church next Sunday morning. There was a light fall of enow yesteidry . Two days of mist and fog preceded the snow W. A. Furman, is putting in balb tube in the rear of his barber shop, nesr Dodge House. M. W. Sutton, attorney, and G. T. Hinkel Sheriff, went up to Garden City on Monday, on official business. I Rinehart, has returned from the Sprint, whither he hid gone for hie health. II) is much improved in health. Mr. W. D. Pratt, who lives at Jetmore, in Hodgeman county, his about twenty ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 April 1882

Hew Father - Svricd an Insolent Tramp. A few- l.-y S0 tIiTO was a rin;; el tlio iloor bell at the rraitlence of one of Detroit's mo.t eloquent and pojmlnt rii'ht.. '1'lic Iter, tatlicr amwcrrd tlio jmmmmi.s in person. On tlio (.Un ho found a licaltliy and Munlj-luolinj; tramp who Ihu- acco.W'd him: Train "Would you jjho a jmor hungry man a dime to buy a bit of break fmtwith?" l'alber "Wrll you look as if j on ought not to bo hedging. Why lon't you work? Surely 3 on are ablo to." 'framji Can't pit no work." 1'atlier "I don t like fr pive jou money unilcr tlie circumstances, but I'll-' Tramp (indolently) " Oh, y ou priestt have nothing to do but pray at tho rati) of twenty cents an hour ami get fat, and you think a or Jrvll ought to work, nork, work nil the time." father " Look jou, Mr. WhatV your-n.uue; yci arc the ery man I want to engage. Ve some bu-inel? down ton 11, and while I'm away jou do tho irajing. You shall Imo twenty rent an hour." With a look half incredulous and hall of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 April 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. Spring ia the time for sowing. In the city women Mir ehirta for 45 cent" iwr dozn. In Ibe city, alao, the wicked row tare and reap tear. And ererywhere in tbe rjnripg time mm row the wind and reap tbe whirl wind. Sprint; is a realon much rung about by jioeta It ieaon that moves jieoide ceiiecially about the 1st of May. Iliithe rearco for raiding tbinga. The 6rsi thing generally raimi in lb bpnng U the rem. After that coram Spring radibea and greena. Idkc.4 alao come in the Spring. Tbe nio. quito commits bis ledger and matt out his bill lor me cummer, earwigs iy iu a freh rupilyof Jena. Domestic and bouse hold ioaccta resuscitate tbemrclvca and crawl and bite in the'r little bed. AH nature etirs. r-pricg alro etirs np tbe tbeatrical combinations and menageries. The trained lx-ai-t and animala of all rorti prepare to tak tbe ruaJ. The tramp dream ol Irmr. lit-lda and pastures new, and lone farm bouses where be mar Cad tbe women unpro tected making strawberry abor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 April 1882

HOME, FAKM AMI GAUUEX. It is propo-ed to intro luce tlie cult tire of ll.ic into Southern Australia. It N thought that the m-ciI and lint can Lc cxirteil choaner than any of the crops generally raisjil. Henry Quimliy.of tlieWe-tcmXew York farmer's Club, thinks that a 100 ncru farm will produce more with one lifth of it judiciously planted to timber tlun if the whole surface were kept un der the plow. An Illinois farmer cleared his or chard of canker-wonus by prayhij the trees once with a solution made as fol lows, and applied with a force-pump: lioil six pounds of arcnic in sixty gal lons of water to dissohe it. and then reduced it to one pound in 130 gallons. Fanner's lltcictc. If j mi bein pruning fruit and orna muital tries and shrubbery while younjr, and follow it up each year, j ou can form just such a top as jou want. If jour tree-, need spreidin- out, tut the Joung frhoots olTju-t aboe a bud on the out side of a shoot; and if jou want to train upward, lc.ni: a bud on the uppe...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 April 1882

DODGE CITY TIMES' SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., APRIL 20, 1882. NO. 809 THE JAMES QUESTION. The discussion of tbe Jesse James assas sination has added new zest to the po'iticsof Missouri, sod has formed a di-tinguisbicg feature of tbe future politics of the once robber-ridden State. The morbid apologists and abettor of the famous Jamea gang, lise the highest Bound ing eulogj on the late departed Mr. Jamea. On the other hand there are those who con demn the Gorernor and deprecate the course pursued and mean) used to rid the state of the most accomplished and most notorious highwayman in the annals of hi-tory. "While there are those who amply reward the GoTernor and consider that the meant justify the end. Jesse Jamea wan a cold blooded murderer, and a skillful robber. The exploits of hia gang was a disgrace to Missouri and a blot upon civiliiUion. Hi taking off has rid Mireoun of an infamy. r.nt this ia not all. The assassination of Jesse James will rid that State of Bourbon ism. Dem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 April 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES Subscription, $2 per year, in advance. NICHOLAS B. KLAINE. EDITOR. TUK DAY IS JIOXK. The da r 1 done, mid the darkness Kail, from I be vring of iirbt. A a featberl. watted dowmrard From an eajrle. In his riijtht I nee the liphu of the vtilare 'llenm through tb rain and the mlt, Add a forllnjr jf Kadnes comes o'tr That mr wnjl cannot rcsl't : A feellnjr of 4adne.il and lonf In?, That i not aln to wf n. And rs tnle aorrow only A Ibc Hurt rt-M inblea tfce rain. Come, read to me mrae poem. Some simple and heartfelt lay. That'tuUI soothe this retle. feeling". And bunlea tbc thought of day. Not frrim theirrand old masters. Not from the tiard .iibtline, XV now" dl.tant foot.leiw echo 1 hroujrh the corridor of Time; For. Ilk" f train of mnrtlal niti'lc. Their mlchtv Ihouirht piljnrest LIfe ndle.s toll and endeavor; And to-nlirht 1 lonjr forret. Head from some htimMer met, VV tioe ponr pu.hed from bis heart, A shower from tbe clouds of fummer. Or tear from the ej ( lld s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 April 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES Subscription, $2 per year, in advance. - m NICHOLAS B. KLA.INE, EDITOR. AT REST. Tho following lines by the late Henry w. In-feIlow on tho death of llivanlTavlor, read at the. mem irial meeting- In lloston. Jan uary M, W.i. need little- th.inie to make thein peculiarly appropriate at this time: Dead ho lay amonjr bis btstks; The peace of Col was In his looks. As the statues In the gloom Watch o'er Maximilian's toroh, So these volumes from their shelve! Watch him s lent as themselves. Ah! his hantl will nevermore Turn their storW d paar -a o'er! Never more his lips repeat Sonjrs of theirs, however sweet! I.et the lifel.s.s body rest He is iron wh-i was Its trui-st: (lone as travelers haste to leato An Inn. nor tarry until e-e. Traveler! In what realms nfar. In what planet. In wh it star. In what aft aerial ppaee. Shines the liirht upon thy face? In what gardens of delight Hist thy weary feet to-night? l'oet! thou whoaa latest crso Was a garland on thy hearse. Tho...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 April 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. TUUUSDAY. AI'IilL 20 MJESCEI1T10N i tt 00 inr jur, in nlrnc. N. B. KLAINK.Kltt.ratidPultUtier. A PABTY BY THE NAME OP JOHNSON. John or St. John is the question John I. Si. John or John B. Johsson. Thus is pummcd up the Gubernatorial condition. In any event we an to bite John or 8u John Jot now the chances particularly fuor John without the Bl. Oov.St. John eTidentlr lacks th unanl mom support ol the newspapers. Xewa- In", if they are faithful criterion, ex press the sentiments of the community they represent. The newspapers of Kansas are beginning a UtmciJoua Cop. The apostle of Prohibition ia given the."hake" by nume rous prohibition organs; and these news papera have taken up the cause of John B. Jobiuoo, Speaker of the Kanau House of Itepresentatires. The Times improve the opportunity to express tbe stntiinent of a majority of the citiienl of Ford county. We unhesitatingly pronounce In favor ot John son, John B. The friends of Prohibition, who ca...

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