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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 November 1877

JS vl -' V S ' DODGE CITY TIMES. . fti! . VOL. IV. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, NOV. 24, 1877.. NO. 2. 1 1 THE DODGE CITY TIMES. rUBUSIIED EVEUVSATUltDATBT W. C. & LLOYD smrrar. Subscription. Si. 00 ir annum In atlrance. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Comity. nepreentatlve l:. M. Wright. Columlsdioi.erf A J IVacuck, Chairman. A J Anlhun diaries Kutn County Clerk Jnu U Meaua. 'Irrasurer A II Weusler. .-bTlff Charles t lUS4ett. Uegisler Jame- LuDirton. clrrw District Court Harry Boyer. rrubate Judge Herman J Vnn,jer. County Attorney M suttou. surveyor II T slcCarty. 2)uj't iublnst 1 nomas LMcCartj. City. Mayor-James II Kelle J. Councilmen Hoa D U Colley. liro 11 Cox. CktlheSon. ' Johneun. K J Leonard. I'olice Judge-llou I M lrl. Attorney and UMt-B IT Colbora. Treasurer IJojd ;hinn. Marshal LK lleger. A"'l Manual fcd llaattrwm. Tewu.blp. 1 lustee l L lleatt. Clerk-John 1! Means. Treasurer Henry Niess. Justices Lloyd &hiua It G Cook and D K Baldwin. ConaUbles P Sagarue Ed Baldwin and David Morruw. ...

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. — 24 November 1877

THE TIMES. xr. c lLotn siit., r.LiuVr.. DODGE CITV, - - KANSAS. ITEMS OF INTEREST. I'rmonalnud Literary. Uhoda Houghton, the novel writer, is 30. George MscDonald has gone to Italy to spend the winter, and w rite a novel. Anna Dickinson, who has been ly ing ill for some weeks in Xew Jersey, "is convalescent. Mrs. Moulton will soon publish a volume of her poems under the title of "Swallow Flights." Hishop E. M. M irvin, of tlio Meth odist Church, is preparing a book about tits late trip around the world. The Boston Ololx calls l'rof. 1'e ters, of Hamilton College, " tint inde fatigable old sportsman of the skies." Senator MacDonald of Indiant, it is reported, is about to marry a w idow who is a clerk in the Treasury Depart ment. A oung daughter lately .born to Julian Ilcwthornf, bears the name of Gwendolen, in honor of George Eliot's latest heroine. Max Adeler (Charles llcbcr Clark) has written a play called " Her Second Husband," which all the Philadelphia papers pronounce a signal ...

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. — 24 November 1877

TO CORRESPONDENTS. An communications tor thipap-rihoulllfl accompanied by Mm name ottliu antlior. not necessarily forpablicatic n, Imt a- evidence u pooU faith on thonnrt of the writer. Writo im!y oiiomide of the paper. He part icultrly carwfnl in jrfIn;r nuiiu-t ami d-ui.to hat all lettcru or figures plain and dDtlnct. A TERRIBLE DOMESTIC TRAtiEDT. A Younc Man of Wraith llrromMA Drunk ard.HU Wife INiWons Herself Married In April to iJie in noieniher. Special nbputch to the Chicago Tribune. New York, November 12. In addi tion to the Vandcrbilt scandal, a sen sation is created by the suicide under peculiarly sad circumstances ot a young married lady moving in the first cir cles. .Mrs. J-.veiyn &tuirt was iouna dyins this morninjr in licr reom at the Berkeley House on Fifth Avenue, one of the aristocratic private hotels. The dis covery was made by her husband. A nhvsician was called, but his efforts failed to rouse her from the comatose state into which she had lapsed. At the side...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 November 1877

r JEtl .trawl tie TUe snow plow went west to-day. Hou. If. 41. Wright returned from Leaventvwortu Friday morning. "Picket wire" has cone, or is going noon to Atchison , wbcro he will continue to operate. Call at tho City l)nis Store and sco those elegant bronze statue lamps. Joo Mason has juit tho Long Branch anil is now working for rossell. Itov. Father Swcmbcrg was in tho city mis week-ana celebrated mass. Ed. Masleraon's wife has returned, she cams froai Hays on a horse. Every day new groceries and provisions arrive at J. Collar's. Mr. II. IS. Ilell bronulit in a largo lot of buffalo meat thii week which ho hoM at re tail for fire tents per pound. Sir. W. C. Shinn visited Lamed this week and proved up on his farm adjoin ingthocitvon the north wet. ilr. W. T. Ilrencr. of tho Edwards County Leader, paid Dodgo City a living visit last night. Judge Cook was seen at 3:30 this a. in. with his docket under his arm. "Let no guilty man ocjpc." Calico Hop I'rints just received at the Ktd F...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 November 1877

I .? i N CHAKLES RATH & CO, DBALBBSO All Kinds of Outfitting Goods, AMMUNITION! Groceries, Provisions, DODGE.CITY, KANSAS. L BLACKSMITHD,G. GfSKSRAL JOBBING. Horseshoeing a Specialty The cheapest and best place to get Blacksmithing done in the city. Shop north aide of railroad west part et ten. JAS. WILSON &C0. DODGE CITY TOWN CO Town Lots For Sale! Prices to Suit All Parties ! APPLT TO W. 8. TRKMA1NE, Secretary and Treasurer, Dr. T 1 McCABrVS DBUG8TORI. For Kansas and Colorado Take the Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad, extending from Kansas City and Atchison, on the Missouri river, via Topeka, the capitol of Kansas, through the fertile Arkansas valley, to Pueblo, where direct connection is made with tbe Denver &Kio Grande Railway tot Colora do Springs, Maniton. Denver. Canon City and all points of note on the Deere r A Rio Grande. The track is exce.Ied by that of no road in tbe west, and the pas senger eqipment embraces all the modern improvements for comfort an...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 November 1877

LOST. A wiM-rono by the wayside bung, Jew-;rUtterins on the morning; air. A pure, wnreu emieiouj perfume flung; I looked, and found th flow 'ret fair So fair, I wmsht "with sudden zest Ti car Iti bnury nn my brat( Tim in oiblfnf pftl9&ttn touch A aweeti i", vfiuiltT Irarnt e tibed ; T is Htruns" I lovd that llow er o much. And it wai dead. In that high mood when thought hath winff: And find, aloha ft1 Bpeech In son;, I struck nH J harpHidQnibcriiifr string?. And drew nn Idle hand aton; Nordeetmd the carelefeA cord had caught Thn Hit nt that jii) spirit bought, TillKUddennn my Martldtar Itsdrratn-erented accent vbltC Alack I bought th raptor dear The string had broke. I heard a wild bird on tbofhore Mnrfntf a ttildvom,' lu tho. m-u; And lit Id the burden that it Iorv, And ntter than all tlc tome Son meet I caged the bird to hc.ir JIM ma,!? mlritn Ny more near. UiitnuMJ, Um aptli oV swell In throat In one aad Minx his hole hou! oust ; Toowt HI kue hW 1m idiot note Had bcu hb la-t....

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 November 1877

A Mad Dog tn Chnrr'h. Last evening daring the service at St. ' Dominick's Church, on State Street, a larre black dog was seen to enter and walk up one of the ailes. He iva3 frothing at the mouth, and some one fearing he was mad attempted to drive him out, but without effect. Aftersnap-1 ping at several and creating quite an , excitement, the animal lay down, but just as the service was closing aroe and ' began to walk among the tcrnlieu peo-1 pie. jne man was omen sngnuyon the back of tho h.ind Ju trying to" put him out, and a little tiiild in going out i)i uuureu w;l uaim tiiuuH. Jfteuugf at last retired to the entry-way oil the altar, and ait ollicer was sent for to dis pose of the animal, which he did after tiring several shots. Portland (Me.) Press. m Mrs. Stanton is lecturing in the West, and Mrs. Livermore at tho East. 100 fn9 Bert thins tor ACRTW. J. OLU 18tZlJiHi00L.iWMh.suii.aiOHa. MB AWEEKInvonrown town. Terms moil Bw is wtflt m& H.UALLrrTica.i'ortuij.iia. RCIiTC 73 K-...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 November 1877

THE ADOBE WALLS FIGHT. One of the Most Memorable Indian Battles on Ecord...Twenty-Nine Against Fivo Hundrcd...A Brave Bcsistence. The following description of the Adobe Walls fight Is from the pencil of Mr. John Coulter, of tbo LeaTenworth Times, who visited thh city recently: Dodge city, November 13. Eutok Tixrs: Tbe detail of that memorable and wonderful fight at Adobe Walls, in tbo Fan Handle of Texas on JuucCTlh lb?4, between a party of twen-tr-nme white men and some fire hundred Indians, baa nerer yet found its way into print, it was a tunning episode, more wonderful than any ever pictured in a diiutt novel, and has the advantage over the average juuian story ol Demi; true, as several of tbe leading men of Dodge City, who were present in the fight, and among mem mo ftuenn elect ot tins coun ty, Mr. W. 11. Maafrsou ran scstif y. ADOBE WAJ.L8 is situated in tbe Texas i'vn Handle, in a little bottom just between tbe two forks of Adobe Creek which empties into the Ca nadian river, ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 December 1877

rr i -2tJ. DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL.. IV. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, DEC. 1, 1877. NO. 3. THE DOD&E CITY TIMES. I'Uiu.iiiiKi) kki:yatukiav r.r SIIINN&KI.AXNJB. LUI1 1 M1IVN. N. It. KLAINE. 2ubrition. 82.UJ l-er annum hi advance. OFFICIAL DIKECTOIiY. COHUIJ. Representative K. M. Wright. ConiniisMOi-ers A J I'ejcuck, Chairman. A J Alithonv cltarles luib County Clerk -Jo., U Means. Treasurer A II Webster. Mlerlff Charles h Jtasaelt itegister Janic Ln,;ton. U.rk District Court Harry linyer. lTubte.luda-e Herman J r'nnber. County Attorney-M V tuliou. surveyor II T Mccarty, p't l"ub Int Thomas I. McCarty. City. Mayor James II Keltey. louoeilmen Hon I I) Uolley. Uhi II Cox, UU Iireaon. JoanXelou K J Leonard. Police Judje-Ilon I) M frost. Attorney act Clerk ti r" Colbura. Treasurer Lloyd Milnn. M irsnal L i. Otzer Aji'l Marshal hd Mastirson. Towaalilp. Trust ft P I Beatty. (Jerk. John It Means. 'i reasurer Henry Niees. Justice. Lloyd inu U G Cook and D r. Usluwin. Constables l Snzhrue Ed Bald...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 December 1877

THE TIMES. W. C. A LLOIH M1IVN, I'nUbhrn. DOPGECITV, - - KANSAS. pence of labor, it will le seen thitit was i The New Empire of the l'acillc. difficult to haye anv other shelter than a San Francisco in 1850. We found a bleak ami meager frontis piece fj our Hook of Fate. A few low houses and many tents, such as they w ere, co ered the base of some of the wind-swept treeless hills, oer which the June fo rolled in chilling mit. I)ecrted ships of all sorts were swing ing with the tide. A crowd of men swarmed about wliat is now Montgom ery Strett, then the mud shore or the bay. It was Al.iddin's old lamp, how ever, homely as it seemed, and fortune was there for those who had what mj father used to call "a slom.ii.li lor a light," or for tho-e who, born lucky, succeeded by irtue of the unknown force to winch we concede that term. The mere landing of the p.i-cngcrs was a problem. J lie emus who took boats to shore were pretty sure not to come back. The Ohio.Cajit. Ap C.ilo- uy Jones comman...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 December 1877

? TO CORRESPONDENTS. AHctiiu i i nlon- iortIilpapfri-lmuMln neowp.' thi name of lip author, not in"ces-urih ffirpubliention. Inita-'i(kTroI BtMwl faith op t hf part of tin writer. Write oiilyon oim11 nit he paper. H-pirtU-uInr.y careful in ;riti";! iuiii ami tUtesl" have all letters vr U'uri't I'UIn uml distinct. ITEMS OF INTEREST IVr-ml anil Literary, Mr. Delano, laic editor of the Lon don Titne3, retires on a life pension of $10,000 a year. Mrs. ISurnett, author of "That Lass o' Lowrie's," and her husband havo taken up their residence in Washing ton. The new Minister to England is a fine-looking man. Though over 70 3-c.irs of age, he is straight as an arrow, six feet high, spare and trim, and full of life and activity. Mr. William Black is about to be gin the publication of a new story evi dently a Scotch one, for it is called "Macleod of Ware." It will be honored by illustrations drawn by Millais, Faed, Boughton, and other distinguished art ists. Miss Gertrude Jackson is Deputy C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 December 1877

LOCAL A3D PERSONAL. DODGE CITi. 8ATUHDAY. DEC. 1. '77. Mr. II. L. Sitler came np from Chaae county this inornins. Mr. C. S. Winann, of Spearxille. give us a friendly call to-day. Calilornia honey and jollies at A. 11. Webster's. Judge lleycrley and his family have n,ocd info their new hiick ics'dcncc. Head "Musings byaVotcratiTipo."' on another rase, Mr, Joseph .Mason now wears a gun liy xirtuo ol liis bans a Deputy Sheriff. Xcvr goons rcccix cd dally at M. Collar's. Drees goods at reduced rates. J!r. Lotvry. the Merchant I'rinco of Lamed, spent a day in our city tliia week. Jack Callahan will spend the winter in Tort Klliott. Just receivetl a tar load of Whito Peach Ulow Potatoes , at A. It. Webster's. Iter. O. IV. Wright will preach a Tliankssivms wnnon to morrow cyenins at Union Church. A large assortment of ladies' and child ren's winter shoes juat received at Morris Collar's. New goods received daily. Vienna haulage awl linibcrgcr and fresh fish and dressed chickens will ho ahv...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 December 1877

Ciucii ileppi s Pmae. CAMPbi'rrLV. Nov. 1. As your plvy anil iiitcicstiu; pajwr rviiti to be reail with moru interest than .iuy oilier in thin taction of tbc country, you will permit an intcicstttl re'iilerto ro:ikn a fw reuiar'.s rcganl'me tbe affairs of Camp Supjily. As man v of your read ers v oulil Mitipuae that iff beiiljr sumenhat !M)i:iUl f 10m ci i!iz.uion, voald be inca pable of umlorataniliiiK insinuations thrown ont by airarnrd tcbolar. Uo! mz suxious Jcr litcj.ii f jn-o. gc-. arju:u rtvi'ris r. boni ha inaydewar. Wo i.l srait Lin ibiac iliui'i m, ijj Loc Ilia: b L 't.ti II sb..ltd 4i U.V . . to J, . jv, don't LiintvoC any ozxIio lu.riU i...kU more; if UaidwiuL and a i'iuat.t..b tu(.j of Vi.Lsier'u uiubnJ,d it a foaudstin, then lm is substantially licId, ami oar Camp huprly lilewry cjuiit tbiiala h ivo full js for bis talent ; but would it nor ba a pood unfrcstloa to sdii-o Liu to try to vza j. Utile more orisin.i'iiv ai C ntt ui : -lttnca. we a : accoitor.(d tn In ar in ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 December 1877

IMl'UEL M'HIML tlie-e word lie lifted his hind and vat ing his claw-like fingers, he gave a ' Jacob picked up his hat, which lay ' 1 m ruck tli irplv tht broad window-sill, ereat leap, a if to gnu p the serene upon the shore. J wan harm" my ful of fashionable My htartgat is a great throb. 1 thought , planer, and pointing to my shawl and " Come, Mattie," he said, let us go We A hnnd'sTbrtadth from roe there tint every one in that gnat assembly I drapery, left me to infer tint he would j down that way again; it' some ill wi-rodiaiiiondjfla-binr.thercwi'repiicc- iiiti-t stop and staro at us. Iiut the like to -ce mj ueitizeneeiwimsomeiiiing snauow, 1 uouui, nas unsettled jour ills gleaming ami tnuhng along .1 mu-ic sounded loudly, the dincingwent as lustrous as the moon and the dia led floor, there were light and on, and no one seemed to heed 11-. As monds. Smiling as the harmless fellow t siJL wili&lu1 perfume and nm-ie, aud a splendid we went down tho steps I siw "Jigger ' went hi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 December 1877

1IITS FOK THE HOUSEHOLD. Patsxtks asd Isvittoes should read ad- rertlfr ment ot Edson Bra. In mother column. -Annie Sauce. Parp. nnnrrpr.nnil I " "'MMMS Hie Jimles: boil in inst Primi-h un.pr t ' TDtXTESTSTHElIEHITSOF ALL THINGS. cm or; do not stir them when cooking: I keep coterectywBeh tt'ridcr, MrMn off the water, and when the. cooled apples Am ill s4lla 41ad1M 1.A. nit . 4? . - ? . are ilry rub them througli a line sieve: then sneetcn a vcrv littln with uhito siijpr; spnnklepDnnnom'siiarwhei servinp; it desired- ' '' Prttnts Stared. Ue 1 ponnd of primes; wash well; boil in 2 nuarts of water until the witer boils down oier! onc-nau; tneyvsiiouut simmer .-Joiy an hour or longer; iho 4 tftblepoonftils bf white -ii-ir or more, and cut in slices 1 large lemon; put the nir, prunes, lemon, and cold water all on to cook at me same iune tt , J Coconnnt Cale. I' cunfihs' fWir A cupful? uir, 1 cupful milk, o eggs, 1 cupful butter, 1 teaspoonful sod i, 2 of cream tirtar.i of the cocoahut pu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 December 1877

Prickly Pears From Old Cactus. 1) Concluded. - yPell. after pouring eat his whole oal in a liquidated stream, like lava from Etna's burning enter, and for earths precious miuiTe would mis carry delivered it in person. Bat alas! the ebony object of hi desires (although she has swallowed Webster. Johnson, Woos ter and poor Murray) did not digest, and nltimated in her nonability to decipher the twnty-ax Arabic hieroglyphics, thinking she had a good thing, (a letter from a wbito man) aho took it to her mis tress to read for ber. As luck would have it, her mistress chanced to hare company at tea, and the letter, in scarcely readable chlrograpby, was referred to a committee of the whole, among whom was the lady and gentlemen with whom th aforesaid author of the letter was employed. It was ' 'laid on the table as unfinished busi ness," and as there was no appropriation required, the letter was passed without division to the alleriated would-be-Don-Joan. by the mistress of the house for whi...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 December 1877

it 4 tb-fi ynt DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. IY. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, DEC. 8, 1877. NO. 4. THE DODGE CITY TIMES. PUBLISHED EVEKTSATCBDATBT sanm&KLAiNE. LLOTD SHINS. N. B. ILalXE. Subscription. tJ.Oi) ir annum in advance, OFFICIAL DIKECTOKY. Canal?. Bepreaentatlre It. II. Wrijht. Commiasiobrra A J Pe.cock, Chainaaa. A J Antlwny diaries ICatti County Clerk Jnti 11 Means. Treasurer A B Webbter. Mlerlir Chailes K tUSMrlt. Itegiater James Laiiztmi. Clerk District Court Harry Boyer. Probate Judye Herni.au J triner. County Attorney l W :lton. Surveyor II T McCarty. bup'l Pub last itiomms L McCarty. City. Mayor James II Kelley. Councilraeo-- Hon I) 1) Coliey. (JMI It COX. CUllnson. John atn. FJLaonard. Police Judpe-Hun I) M r'rost. Attorney and Clerk E r Colbora. Treasurtr I.Wd sbtnn. Marshal L E Deger. Au'l Marsiial Ed Majtersoa. Taiwnsblp. Trustee P I. Beatty. Clerk lonn It Hani, treasurer Henry 'lees. Justices Lloyd .Miinn K G Cook and D E Baldwin. Constables I" Sughnie Ed Baldwin and David ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 December 1877

THE TIMES. V. C. A LL011I MII.VV. I'aUMirn. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. A Mite of Humanity. Tlie Xew York World has the follow ing: lames Collins, a hack-driver, live? with hts wife and mother-in-law on the top lloor of the tenement house in Thompson Street, just below Spring. A very unusual event was reported from Mr. -Collins's room yesterday, and mak ing an inquiry concerning it, the re porter asked Mrs. Collins' mother: " Have you any objections to showing niBtliobabv'" " Lord, sir, no. Walk right in." A she said this Mrs. Konig. the grand mother of the liabVi moved her rocking chair around a little and begin to unroll a large bundle of cotton-batting which she held in her lap. " I hope thcro is no danger." paid the World reporter. " Will it break ?" This was a iiatur.il question, but no body faw tit to answer it; and while the grandmother rocked herself and nimbly unrolled the cotton-batting, the reporter glanced over the apartment. It was not much to glance over. Three-quarters of it ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 December 1877

TO CORRESPONDENTS. ! All communications for this pajiershouhl be accompanied by the name of tin author, not nece--arilj torpuhlicatlon. butnciu'cnceof kooJ faith on the part of the writer. Urite onlyon nuesideof thepaper. Be particularly careful in iin;r n.imcj and date, to have all letters or figures plain and di-titict. I ITEMS OF INTEREST. Personal and Literary. Mr. Charles Darwin ha? lecn made a Doctor of Civil Laws by Cambridge University. Longfellow's daughter. Kdith, is shortly to be married to It. II. Dana 3d, the clever and handsome son of It. II. Dana, Jr., of Boston. Mrs. Brooks, the artist in bnttcr, has been molding a companion piece to her " Dreaming lolanthe," and calls it "The Coming Man." General Howard has undertaken to write for the Chicago Advance a series of articles describing his march in pur suit of the Xez Pcrces. . Hichard Henry Dana, the oldest liv ing writer in America, attained his OUth years on Xov. 1G. His sight is keen, t his health is good, and his m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 December 1877

LOCAL ASD PERSONAL. DODGE CITV, SATL'HDAY. DKC. 8. T7. UrTl. T Darr isiii from the Walnnt. We noliio nice lot of dressed chickens at Vrbefer'". . Sir. K.1. Collmrn. accompanied by Ed. Masterson railed on us to-dy. Mr. J. I- Druldl started for Texas last evening, to be ali-cut a few wrek-. Constable Morrow lias been on tho po lice forte Mnce laat Tuesday. Jo. Waters of Topala. has signed the Murphy pledge. We understand Hut Mr. Harry E. Gry den in agitating tlia Murphy movement. A. I!. Webster 19 (jelling dry good lower tbanver told 111 litis Country. Call and exauiiuo. Mr. W. C Shinn baa purchased the Dodge City Tannery, and will tan rubes for cash or on share. Tbe Suuliruo brothers were visited this week br their father who resided m Leavenworth. Mr.D. V McOonigle and F. P. ifcbiik bare quit running their delivery wagon and cxptct to start out on tbe range Mon day or Tuesday. Harris-m Kelly, Receiver of Public Mo nies, Tojieka, andMelrilla O. Halter. Re gister Land Office. Independ...

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