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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 31 March 1877

CAHBLES BATH k C0., DEALEBStt' All Kinds of Outfitting Goods, AMMUNITION! "w, m. h." DodubCitt, March 23th. 1877. Editor Times, Sib: I tee in the last issue of the ilaya Sentinel, an article from a Dodge City correspondent, signing him self "W. N. M." The article, in my opinion, does injus tice to this community and onr people by misrepresenting the moral character of the city. It nuit be evident to all sensible men that no man depending npon a com munity for success in any business or profession can afford, over his own signature to Rive such an article to the public press. I never saw nor heard of the article until it appeared in the Sentinel, and as I know of no prson in or about Dodge City who bears the initials "W. N. M." I am led to believe that some one desiring to do me an injury penned the article and maliciously signed it "W. N. M." If my conclusion is correct, I tender the writer my compliments and say that he is a 'dirty cur. " Very respectf nlly, W. N. Mohtiit. Grocerie...

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. — 31 March 1877

From Afflaenee to Penury. A cluster of 50 or 60 men gathered in Sheriff IVm. C. Conner's room, at 29 Beekman Street, at 10i o'clock yes tcrnay morning, in rcspon-o to the offi cial announcement that tho wardrobe of Mrs Laura S. Taylor, widow of tho Lite James B. Taylor, would be sold by auction to satisfy the claim of Sir. Charles Devlin, a contractor. The htoorv of Mrs. Taylor's difficul ties, from which sho was brought from affluence to penury, is briefly told. As executrix of hcrhusband'sgreat esiaie, she at once found herself embarrassed by a multitude of un'eUled claims against tho property, and by a contest with her daughter, who disputed the validity of the will. Among the cred itors of tho estate was O. B. Mattison, of Utica, who held notes amounting to $75,000, and by a suit begun by him and other creditors in tho Supreme Court, Oneida County, Mrs. Taylor was pronounced mentally incapable of managing the estate, and a receiver was appointed. A rcfereo was also ap pointed to...

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. — 31 March 1877

A Mum Prawned ta an He Tat. Yesterday evening between 5 find 8 o'clock, a brewer in Spencer, McKay & Co. 'a brewery on Twenty-third Street, below Fenn, was skimming a vat about 12 or 15 feet deep, into which the hot brewed ale is passed (or cooling off. During the progress of the skimming he felt some object at the bottom, with a stick, which he knew should not be there. lie called assistance, in order to remove the obstacle, when, to the horror of all present, it was found to be the body of Patrick Dolan, a laborer about the brewery. Life was extinct, but be must hare fallen in only a short time before the body was discovered, as some men had been working near that point all day and shortly before the body was found. It is supposed that he was engaged in some work about the tank when he was overcome by the hot fumej, and, losing his bal ance, fell in and was scalded andsmoth ered to death. Dolau was about fifty years of age and has a wife and family of grown up children. He liv...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 31 March 1877

F. C. ZfilMEIUIAM, GEXEBAL OUTFITTING ST O.RE! FIRE ARMS AND Ammunition a Specially. ACBXT ron TIIK CKLUnUATED Improved Sharp's Rifles! UESTt IN USE. Agentsfor Cbaiter Oak Sf ore Boat and Cbeapett to Use. Also Agent for t be Great Western Stove Company. FIHE ARMS REPAIRED. DODGE CITY TOWN CO. Town Lots For Sale ! Prices to Suit All Parties ! A1TLT TO TT. S. TKEMAINE. Secretary and Treasurer, AT Dr. T. L. MCCARTY'S UK KG SfOUE ANDREW JOHNSON, HLACKSUITII. South tide of Front street, opposite Conr House. REPAIRING, SHOEING, a A classes of work l'ROUlTLY EXECUTED TO ORDEB at tho tyi.OWKlT CAn PKICUS BODIli: CITY, . - KANSAS. Centennial Barber Shop I GEORGE DIETER. Proprietor. SHAVING, SHAMPOOING AND nAIKCUTTIG POSE IN TKK LATEST FASUIOX. Tint door rut ot BeaitT A Ktllfj's Eoixa. sat, IKh City, Euuu. 19 Echoes Prom Ellis County. Editor Times: You have an individual in your vicinity who seems very much interested to know who tie. Dodge City Times correspondent is in Hays. In a letter to ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 7 April 1877

- DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. II. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, APKIL 7, 1877, NO. 21. ;j efr THE .DODGE CITY TIMES. rcni.L-ni:i evehy saturh y by V. C. & LLOYD SHINK. - ilwcnplion, SJ.OO per anaum !a !"(' OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. sjonnljr. ::! reiu-ntathe n. 31. Wright. i or.imialoair6 A. J Peacock, Chairmta. A J. Antliony, Charles Itath, i.-nnlr Clerk Ino. It Mean-. Treaarer-A. II. Webster. leroiMT llr. S. GallanJ. tenff Chsrle K I'.as-ett. ltrclster . James Lanyton. nk District Court Harry Bnyer. Probate . I ud.re Herman J. Knnger. I iunly Attorney M. VV . -ultor.. .jrveor-ll. T McCny np't Vub Inst Thomas I- Mccarty. rit. Mayor laracs II. Kelley. councilmen Hon. I. I. Colley, Utfi. II. Cox. C. M. Ilrtson. .lohnXewton. t J. Leonard. Attorney and Clerk 11. V. . -.uttia Treasurer Charles Jl i-elinlz "poli-e.Judxe Hon. D. 11. r'nwt. Marshal L. K. Urge r. Towuslllp. Trus'ee 1 I.. itealtv. clerk Chas. !t. sehulz. 'treasurer Henry Mess. .lu-tices. W. . Mcintosh. I. E. Baldwin a-l D. M. Ero-t. . constau...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 7 April 1877

X Mother' (Jrlef. A rather majestic-looking woman, with Die unmistakable stamp of Inly about her, presented lierfelf.it the Four Courts, St. Imis, on Saturday after noon tu invoke the aid of the police in recovering her daughter. The daugh ter's situation, whatever it might lie, was, evidently to the maternal mind, a eerioin oar, tor the mother' eyes wvre red with weeping, and as the raised her veil that she might more clearly express herself lacbry mal rii ulcts wire Eton coursing down her cheeks. It was with a voice broken with sobs that tho visitor related her woes. ' Where is your daughter, madam?" was 'he question put by the Sergeant in charge. "That is just whit I desire the po lice to aid me in bnding out. Sho has left htr home, and and perhaps I'll never see her again." Here the visitor broke down completely, and it was Home minutes before she could resume the thread of her narrative. The Sergeant again. "She, of course, has run away from home, or you would scarcely call upo...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 7 April 1877

Landing Lire Stock ! the Btrnudat. A writer in the New York Sun savs: It is about a year since, with all the stranger in the town, I went down to the water's side in HamiltoD, the chief port of the Bermuda Islands, to see the landing of the cattle from the Eliza Haras. &no nau maue tne trip in less time than the equally ugly and vacillating, but staunch, steamship Canima had occupied in bringing us from New York to Bermuda. The cattle, less than two weeks bo fore their landing, had been browsing on their native piaines, ana were em barked as soon as they finished their trip from Chicago in the close confine ment of th8 cattle cars. They are sea sick and loso appetite like human be ings, and at the prospect or release they advance to the ship's side with the hopeful animation of swinging tail, willing feet, and lively shake of the head. The tieacherous platform of es cape leads plumb to the ship's side, which is the height of a cottage above the water. The Eliza Barss is moored a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 7 April 1877

55 & ?3 2. 2. ! i-irV (B .. - t I-' cnn Sf .3" 3 S-2.H-S& crrt3-S CT --e-r--s . o i: .-, B ' 3 g- cLs-0 EiPi r-s o :: m --- o t-cs co B .- 53r.sr. o CJ t O 2. D C C" cs B cf-2 co eo OEM 2 E' trBS SI'S. 2,3 wi caa -rf re ca o fc; j B -s B i-t- f-f-B. B-gag' 5"2- rrn CB zz O EC B CD 5d o CO -B re CD o HI P M "3 W P3 Q2, rc C1TV J.D COUSTTV A Few lleuia For Our Friend In fhr Kiut la ICend. There are bat fiW clami taken In the vicin ity rll.dge City. The land is good, and Mo vant the county sellled with indu-tnous farm ex and etotk raiser llerelof.ire Ihe btl!ne men luvedcpeadednion the Texas cattle Ira If for support, and have not trKd to induce inuni. rration. Ihe railroad coiupaay has ln ru lon to settle the country ant6-U it lantU -ut fu Wfurutrij tlti Ianl Into nikrket. Tor tlie&e leaxftu tin attention La Lfin paltl to etlUiliK the oouutrf . IolgeUt lon-ffthra,t promising town In kmiuii and torlantl and fnui tf it licmity will rattdly increase in valne. a'orl lKlge, one...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 7 April 1877

t L G. 31. 1100 YE It, WHOLESALE DEALER IN WINES, liiquors and Cigars, Genuine Kentucky Bourbon, SOL'U MASH AND KENTUCKY WHISKIES. KYE Life at Dcadvocd. Black Hills. For the information and lKuetk of our readers who lonleniglate tiiiting t!ic Black llilis this spring, wo publish t!ie following graphic picturo "' real life at the principal city of the uew Eldorado, from tlic Virginia City Chiomcle: There are futoons all over the place, and wbiskr four hit a drink. Thei put two b irrcls upon end. na.1 a hoard acros for a bar and deal ont. A miner who wants to treat txmrs home cold dust on the barret hrad and ayg. 'sec 'eta up." They net er migh thodnst. Somctiniesa nnii won't pnt doun enough dnst, but thev ucier saj a word: and if he's little tight and i iir out tea tr fifteen dollars' ..mwhti.-vt. nnvpi- vnexTnrTsi,T"r!h.-,n-yn'Tcrn"'n""n'r- They have uiii.lvm.i.,'(t...v.,u..i..-vv,,um.un,Kmjjn,nnlllj al, tBe wniie. UEEK. Tbey don't use checks for the bois: when tco iviPirrvni'CSsi'f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 7 April 1877

THE TIMES. W. C. 8HIN5, Pabliihcr. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. A IHIpat-d 'iblemu. I.ord Iiufort has disappeared from Jersey City, and with hiui his faithful valtt, Mark IIucHon, who, like that other Matk made famous by the pen of Dickens, was never more jolly than un der t.":s inostdcpressingcircumstancea. And that tho circumstances surround ing the young ecion of nohiliiy and bis trusty servitor have been depresing in tho extreme is sufficiently proved by me recoru 01 tiieir recent oaieer or the two during tho last thirty dis. Just before going from New York to Jersey, Iord Iiufort passed ten days in the Tombs. On reaching Jersey City be toot room in tbe rbiladelpbia Ho tel for himself and his valet. At the close of the eighth day, being unable to settle his bill, he was forced to va cate tho premiums without his baggage. On Wednesday right he applied at the Gregory Strtet police station for lodg ing at an inrly hour in the evening, and on the arrival of Capt. Dickson he and Mark Hudson w...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 7 April 1877

to ccmiMi:srOTrDic?CTs All communications for this parr eboukl bo accompanied or tnc name 01 me anmor, not nec eBflanly for publication, butaaeTiK?nceof pood frith on the part of the writer. Write only oa one lde of the paper. Be particularly careful. In giving named ami dates, to laro Alt letters or figures piain auu uiouiitfc. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Personal and Llterar)-. Charles Cowden Clarke, English lecturer and author, died recently at Genoa. Count Von Arnim is reported dying at Nico. His son has been summoned with the utmost haste. Augustin I'icard, who would have been 110 years old on tha24th wst.dicd at uocftester (a. x.), on tno lew. The late Oliver Ames was, it is re ported, tho wealthiest man in 2ew England hi3 estate being valued at 810,000,000. Samuel P. Slickncy, probably the oldest circus-nder m the United states, died in Cincinnati the night of the 19th, aged 70. John Randolph, of Roanoke, had two nephews in the lato House of Rep resentatives Kichard P. Bland, of Mis s...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 7 April 1877

CUAltLKS JtATIi & ro.! 1)KAMKS Ifl All Kinds of Outfitting Goods, AMMUNITION! T Groceries, Provisions. Etc., Ell., DODGE C1TT. KANSAS. Wholesale and Retail LIQUOR HOUSE. CONSISTING Of THE Leading Brands Champagnes, Brandies, Wliiskics, Gl7lS, Hums, Jihein Wines, California, Wines, BITTERS. ilwankee. Cincinnati and Quincy Beer. Genuine Apple Cider. HENRY STURM. N. II. Xattry, r"et nd S.lf 8lMe north 01 she Uqcar e.ublihmrnt. II,, Com, OmU, aoO til lln.li of Itsrd fr sale. BEATTY & KELLEY, PEOrRlETORS OF THE Dodge City Restaurant. Best Restaurant in the City. thkptouvok urn. Vi -fit! farm fcoiw with ni'd.w wi I, t nd sweet with clover on each side; bn?ht-e) ed My who IooV-d trom ut The door uitb woodbine wrrath-d n1oi, And wi-hebUoiethouzht all day: Uh, If I cuM but fly awy From this l all jot Ihe wurld t.i re, TTowjiMpfjp bappj, happy How happy 1 would be." Amid the city's con i tan I dm, A man who around the world his hern, I thinking, thlnUnfallday Ions, Oh, if I tvwldoiily...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 21 April 1877

-- -c r. ' v&t v v, SI ft DODGE, CITY TIMES. vol. n. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, APRIL 21, 1877, NO. 23. f THE DODGE CITY TIMES. rUBUslIED EVERT SATURDAY BT w. c. & U.OYD sHrmr. .-.ascription, i.n per anaum ia adranee. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Conaty. Hepresenlatlve B. M. Wrfitt. Commissioners A. J. reaeoek. Chairman. A. J. Anthony, Chirm Italh. I'onnty ClerkIno. 11. Meant, treasurer A. II. W ebster. 4 oronrr Dr. S. Gallant f hrntr Charles K. Baswtt. Keioster James Lanptou. Uirk District Court Harry Boyer. Probate Jndjre Herman J. Fnngex. unty Attorney M. W. Sutton. sirseJor-II.T. McCarty. up't rub. Inst. Thomas L. HeCatty. City. Haynr James II. Kelley. Couucltiaeu , t Hon. D. !. Collar, Ceo. It. Cox. C M. Ht-eaon. John Newton. K. J. Leonard. Mtorney and Clerk M. IV. Sutton. 1 reasurer Charles II. Schnli 1-oIIce Judjje Hon. I. M. ITott. tlarhnl L. K, Deger. Township. 'I rustee I. L- Beatty. lrrk-Cha. II. schuls. 'treasurer Henry tes. . . Justices. W. V. Mcintosh, D. E. Baldwin and II. M....

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 21 April 1877

THE TOMES. W. C. BHXBH, Publisher. DODGE CITY, - - KANSAS. THE LATEST HORROR. Two Well Knrn Jlrw Tork MmhanU Killed Bd Another HadlrWonnded-Twn l-ilnl, a IMtcr Hand-Cirrnade. The following account of tbo recent tragedy in New Vork is eondensod from a report in the Sun of the Cth: At half past 10 o'clock yesterday morn ing people in the vicinity of Hurling slip heard a sudd'ti, lond, jarring noise, for w hich they were puzzled to account. A moment later black t-moko was seen is suing front second floor windows of John Jewett & Sons' white lead establishment at Hurling dip and Front btreet. The rst to enter found the senior panner, Mr. George W. Jewett, stretched dead on the floor of his prix ate office ; near turn ins nephew, umuo it. jeweii, inur-tallv- wounded: another partner, Mr. Joseph A. Dean, badly wounded, the room a wreck, ami, lying on inc uoor, ft revolver, a pistol, and a knife. Fur- tlier investigation discovered fragments of a shell, orhand-zn-nade. The young er Mr....

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 21 April 1877

TO COIOIKSPONDKNTK All communication for this paper abould be accompanied bj tbe name of the anthor, not nec eaaarily lor publication , bet aa evidence of (rood fait on tba part of tbe writer. Write oar on sue tide of the paper. Be parUcnlarir careful, hi lTn2 namci ami date, to hare all letters or flfurca I'iain and dUUnct. CALAMITY AT ST. LOUIS. Detraction of the Southern Hotel by Fire and Loa of Orer Twenty Livaa. The alarm of fire which "was sounded at 1 o'clock on the morning of the 11th, and which quickly called out the entire Fire Department of the city, was the quiet prelude to the greatest disaster St. Louis has jet sustained, the extent of which may not be fully disco ered for several uajs. nearly upon tne tcnin anniversary of the burning of the mag nificent Lindell Hotel, the splendid Southern Hotel has been swept away more suddenly and by a yet more fright ful conflagration. The burning of the Lindell was disastrous because of the immense destruction of property; the bur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 21 April 1877

We will open our new and Immense atock of dry goods lor inspection on Mon sfay afternoon. Don't fail to take t. look tthe largest and most beautiful ftoek f dry goods ever brought to Dodge, and which we will aell at eastwrn price. Very truly yours, Madder &. Deafer. Local rcvltlea. Dedge City i growing rapidly. The coons hare been quiet all week. The wind didn't blow to-day oh no. Cincinnati and MUwsakee bock beer at Sturm's. If you wast a good meal call at the Wettem House- llon. U- M. Wngbt arrived at Fort Griffin all O. K. Jake Collar is putting up a soda fonn tain too thin. No police court new of very thrilling character this week. Church will be held to-morrow as nana, morning and evening. Nearly every day largo caraTana pas Ihrougli on their way to San Juan. Henry Storm haa got aomo bock beer. It U good. Keadwhat our correspondent in Ellis county has to say. Major Dick Evans Is preparing to build smother residence on Military Arcane. The abundant supply ef ice stored away ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 21 April 1877

CHARLES HATH & CO. DEALER IS All Kinds of Outfitting Goods, AMMUNITION! bv Groceries, Provisions. Etc., UlC, DODGE CITV, KANSAS. ' Wliolesale and lictail LIQUOR HOUSE. COX?ISTISG OF THE Leading Brands Champagnes, Brandies, Tl7ii skies. Gins, Rums, Itheiit Vines, California Wines. BITTERS. Milwaukee Cincinnati and QuineyBier. Genuine Apple Cider. HENRY STU1UI. JJ l!. Livery, 1V1 and Sale Stable north ot the Llywr establishment, llsy. Com, Osts, au J all Uml of leed lor sale BEATTY & ICELLEY, rKOPKlETOBS OF THE Dodge City Restaurant. Best Restaurant in the City. HEALS AT ALL HOUR?. Coal In Ford County. Coal of a very superior quality has been discovered about nine inllcsnothot Dodge City. Thc'specimens brought Into town arc rich in hitumenons property and of a dense specific gravity. The coal is report ed to be nnderly nig the magneian rock. In somo places whero the rocs is brought to the surface the coal crops out immedi ately under the magncsian formation, and is, as it were...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 21 April 1877

YALETE. ET KAKTW r. ItrlK. I. A last f artwell-O many friends I I leaf e your Un wltb saddened heart; And so my (rratefo! spirit sends This answering loTe before we pan; I thank you tenderly, each one. 1 praise jour (roodness. dear to tell. Ana Weil remembered wnen I'm gone. Alike will yearn on 700 u well. n. t A !at farewell-O my Jew foes I I feard yon not, by mouth or pen. Bat to the battle braTely row, A man to brM Ma Bfbt with men ; An3 In this gantlet 1 bare ran Ton shall not ray be fail'd or fell. Truly recording- when I'm none, lie fought and won bit victories well. My last farewell-O brothers both! Soloes at all. but frienis all round; Albeit now hoinewaid, little loth. To dear old Kngland 1 am bound Accept this ebort and simple prayr (A cheeiful Terse, no parting kaell) To ertry n and every where My thankful blMsln, and farewell I AH OLD SAILOR'S TABS. ' Spcakin1 of them old blockade run nin' ttnios," said Boy BiU the other day, as he and the Old Sailor stretched their legs...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 21 April 1877

HDtTS FOK THE HOUSEHOLD. Candle Making. Bees-wax U good to Harden uuiow lor candies. To Set Colors in Blue Cambric Dip it into a eolation of saltpeter, using two or three cents' worth to a pailful of water, salt will injure tue launc. To Wash Toilet Mats ivith Borders Wash in a thick lather, rinse in tepid blue-water, and wring them in a drv cloth; iron immediately while still iiamp. Lemon Pie. Iniiic of 1 lemon, except the seeds, chopped with 1-2 cupful of raiMiis. Aim 1 tablespoonful9 of. Hour, 1 cupful of sugar, and 1 cup of water. I!uKe with 2 cnnts. Plain Corn Calc. Sour milk, soda, a pinch of salt, 2 or 3 tablespoonfuls mo lasses, ana Indian meal to mako n thin batter. Xo crgs or shortening are need ed if the mcalis not too fine. Bake in a quick oven. Bated Custard. Beat 4 egg and 2 tablespoonfuls Migar thoroughly, and stir into 1 quart boiling milk; pour into cups, grate nutmeg over the top, and bake 10 pr 15 minutes in a hot oven. To be eaten cold. Kentucky Pulalocs. Take ra...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 21 April 1877

m St- - F. C. ZDDIER3IAN, GENERAL TJTF1TTING STORE! FIRE ARMS AND "Ammunilioii a Specially. AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED Improved Sharp's Rifles! BKSTt IN USE. Agontsfor Charier Oak stores Best and Cheapest to Use. -if Also Agens for the Groat Western Sioye Company. FIRE ARSIS REPAIRED. DODGE CITY TOWN CO. Town Lots For Sale ! Prices to Suit All Parties ! APPLY TO W. 8. TKEMAISE, Secretary and Treasurer, AT Dr. T. L. MCCARTY'S DRUG STORE ANDREW JOHNSON, BLACKSMITH. South 6ido of Front street, epposito Court House. REPAIRING, SHOEING, and all classes of work PKOSUTLT EXECUTED TO OKDElt at the ET-LOWKftT CASH PBICKflJ : CITY, - - KA!Ha. Centennial Barber Shop ! GEORGE DD3TEB. Broprietnr. SHAVING, SHAMPOOING jlkd haibccttio doxk nr rax latest rAsmox. nut door east ol Butty M Keller's Eetu Act, Dots City, Know. 10 OFFICIAL REPORT 01 the proceedings ol the Connty Com missioners of Ford County. County Clerk's Offlee, Do.lre City, Kansas, April 9. 1K7, 10 o'clock a. m. A regular meeting of the...

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