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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 December 1877

THE PHEOIDENrs MESSAGE. The innual message of the President of the United SUtM vat delivered before the regular session of Congress Monday last. Tbe P resident Hades tohe pacification of tbe country, and nnttl it is f ollj ac complished mint remain, the most impor tant oz oar national interests. Tbe ftim est purpose of good citiaena generally to unite weir eoort in these endeavors is evident. sracu uauuriKHt. Among other subject of great and sen era! imparUnoa tM President regards aa paramount the poller and measnres which ate designed to secure tba restoration of tbe carrny to that normal and healthy condition iii which, br taa resumption of specie payments, unr internal trad and commerce may be broaght into harmony with the system of exchange which ia based upon the precious metals as the in. trinsic money of the world. That this end should be south t and tompaued as speedi ly and aa securely aa tbe resourcos of the people and the wisdom of their represen tatives can accomplish. T...

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. — 8 December 1877

.roExs nr nro little Ameri can amis. (From St. Mchnlai for Urccmbcr.) (Elaine and Dora l:eaKoodali-,tlftvn I ten twine id wIhwm pwrui amhen-KUen, nro cMI.lr.li of Hand lui-arni aie. Tlu-lrhomc, whew Ihrir infancy awl childhood have been paiMl, linna lanrc and isolated farm. 15 ins uImjii I lie limad hltiia of the beautiful llerk htiirc hilU f Wc-tem Massachusetts, anil Is iHalnilyanii,'.siyEarm-" -Hen', Id a sim ple country "'idh '"'' iM-twecn liooki and nalurt. thev bean, almo-t as soon as they began to taft, tn 1-xprei.s in verse w hat they eaw ami fell, rhyme itnd. rhythm seeming to mine by instinct. Urine larjrcly out-of-door, vhrorou and healthful in body a In mind, they draw pleasure and instruction from all ulKuUh-lH.. Oneof tUeirehief de Usui In u tiauuVrnrer tlieilonly hllbjnnd uieadowB nil jnlnliig JkV rarrn. Teeplng into inoy delbt, where wild flowers love to hide, hunting the early arbutus, thequecil liaie- IM-ll, orthu inue. gentian, mey icarn hi w cretnof n.tture, and ...

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. — 8 December 1877

A Soldier's Hlstorj. An anecdote about Col. Kelson A. Mile, who captured Joseph anil his band of Xez Terces Indians, illustrav, the familiar truth that he who does well in littlo things-is likely to be called upon to take t-liarpi preat tilings. At the recent reunion of the Ilo-ton Upht In fantry A-soeiation at the Parker Hou-e, Mr. John n. C. Campbell related the following incident: In the early part of the Rebellion of 18ol, while one of our members was on his way to the usual nightly drill at IJoylston Hall, he was accosted on Washington Street by ayounjr inan.with whom he was slightly ac(uaintcd, anil asked wlieiu lie was" going. To this Tom Iluddlcston replied thit ho be longed to l,e ' Tigers." and was going to their armory to drill for an hour or two. The two" walked along the street, and, during the conversation which fol lowed, the young friend said he thought it would be a pretty good idea for him to belong to ju-t such a company, for the could there obtain exercise, and p...

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. — 8 December 1877

THE BOY "WHO JUMTED ON T1KINS. BT MaKY UABTWCU. There m a boy wboee umi waa In, And be waa ooe As fall of (an As anv boj coald walk or run. were plump. I He strplied a llbl Aaeamd might. And tauaced and play cd from morn 'till ntffat. And whether he wm here or there, Ilia jiarenti' care Unern like air followed aod held him everywhere. Jle really wm their Joy and pride Wi fcjodbesidrj Hal Wje betide He would jump ou the cars to ride. Tbrre. hanging to a brake or step. Tight bold he kept. And ouward awept, Yeliicg with aU hia misht, "Git-tep." Dunn's father learned that be did ao. And told him to Decline to go Where train wire running to and fro. Jkt for nil rn.tber, the turned white. Aud jpuped with fright To think Dunn might Come home a itaocake some fine night. But hit relatioas often said. lib ihaking bead. That boy w letl To hare hia way it 't killed him dead. And aure enough when achool waa out. And boys aliout The traioa nocked out. Dunn IoIIoh ed too. with plunge and about. li...

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. — 15 December 1877

ta croJUL S DODGE CI1Y TIMES. VOL. IV. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, DEC. , 15 1877. NO. 5. lit THE DODSE CITY TIMES. PUBLISHED EVEIST SATURDAY BT SHOTT? & KL AINE. LLOTO BEETS. X. B. KLAINE. SnDsenption. S2.00 per annum la advance. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Couaty. BepreaentatiTe R. M. Wright, Commlas'.OLtra A J reacoct, Chalnaaa. A J Atilh.or ' Charles Itala Connty Clerk Jn U Mean. Treasurer A D Webster, feheria Charles fc. ltisaeit. Kegister Jam?. Langfon. Clerk District Court Harry Tlojer. Probate Jutte Herman J r'nog-er. County Attorney M W eutlon. Surveyor II T iieCarty. Sup't 1Mb last 1 hamu L McCarry . City. Mayor James II Keuey. Counedmes Hon D I) Colter. (irO II COX. CM B.raon. John Neaton. V J Leonard. roliee Jndre Hon D 31 r rost. Attorney aud Uers K If Cutborn. Treaaurer Lloyd !hinn. Marshal Ktl wardj Mast rson Asa'; Marshal Chos E. Uasaelt. Tewnstilp. Trustee I Ij r.ell. Clerk lohn H MtJM. Treasurer Htnrj Niess. Justices Llojd shinn It G Cook and D E Baldwin. Constable! I Sughrue ...

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. — 15 December 1877

THE TIMES. Ml 1 51 A kl.UVK. Pstllssm. DODGK cm'. KANSAS'. XnvYork' Museum. The American Museum of Natural "History, on the comer of Seventy-seventh, htrect awl Kiglith Aemio, New York, will m thrown open to tho public Pectnibcr 10, at which time President Ilajet ami his CaVmtt uilluu present to inaucarato it. It was intended to open it at an earlier il Ho, bat '.lie l'rci- tlcnl was unawe to alUMtu neioro me date noivi-ei, and it wan postponed ac cordingly. Hn building is a manifi crnt one, fh ttorie high, and co-tin;; ing S 760,000, and his acuiuituodatiuui. lor the exhibition of tpociuieiiii illustrat ing; all branches of natural history On the timier floor acs room1! oueu to the umj of iia jmlilic, with microscopes and other iustruiueili nccuwarj for study, awl s. choice I bran' of tlxwUrd authorities lor conrultalFon, white a numlter of other rooms on the same floor are farnifhed 7ith geological sur cslf ths ariou!-Kt:ilcs of the Union. A lare number of valuable collections lim...

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. — 15 December 1877

TO CORRESPONDENTS. AH communication fortMspaiKThOMMbP accoinpumtil by t lit name of the author, not ncces-urily lornb.irattn,.uit n eWdfiiw of goo., faith on tlicttfrt of the writer. V rile onlvnu one it.toitlic paper. I:piarticu.nrlv ran ful in gi1.ig n iim. mid i! ii-,t Lae nil letters or ll,juie Liiu aud distii.it. ITEMS OF INTEREST. P.mnnM and Literary, Anna Dickinson has recovered from her recent illness. General Grant is having his portrait painted in Paris by Hcaly. George McDonald, the novelist, has been awarded a pension of $500 a year on the British civil list. The only surviving male relative of Washington, bearing his name, is a Washington newspaper correspondent. Charles M. Walker, for several years editor of the Indianapolis Jour nal, is writing a biography of Senator Morton. Julia Kavanagh, the $writcr, has died suddenly at Nice. She was 53 years old. Her work was principally in novel writing. General I. St. George Cook, who was concerned in the conquest of New Mexico...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 December 1877

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. doikjecitv. Saturday, dec. 13. 'n. A Christmas tree for the benefit of tlio lltllo folks is being agitated. fa.ip ljuk . Ifai'tmM..' tiorc warehouse east of the depot is looming up. OM fashioned Yarn at Jam C. Con nor's. County Sarvevorrlcct ('has. Van Tramp has gone dow n to Kice county ou business. County Surveyor McCarty attended tbe District Court at Larued. tow week, as a ilncss. Ladies' and sent.' linen collars and cuffs at Jam C Connor's. Miss Luiie Chainblis returned to the Kiiipon a Normal school last cveuiug. liovl Richardson arrived Irom the south this week. Heury Booth, Lamed. Kansas, has been appointed Receiver of Public MoneTs. Tlio Paymaster has como and cone. He it now paying ofl' at Supply aud Elliot. Afnll linoof ladies' and scnts' Under, wear, at .lames C. Connor's. Dan MiGuuigle. I'aul Mchulz and Davo Wnsllcr siarted tor the riugo this week. Ibnl'ovtmaslrr at Close City, Kansas, wasehurt il.taW. and Maj.r Cruwvdl gath ered bim in. Conductor Be...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 December 1877

James C. Connor! camim turn GRlfTa FURNISHING GOODS. HATS AND CAPS, notions ASD .IK Wat Is a, ft. &c, ic., tc Congressman Ryu has nor thanks for a copy of the Agricultural Report for 1876. County Attorney Sntton visited Luned on legal business this week. Deadwood is reported to be surrounded by hostile Indiana, Mr. M. B. Wright, a stock merchant from the Fala Duro. was in the city this week. A stranger with f err lone hair, split at the ends is in town, lie is supposed to bo a Ufa insurance agent. Orders hare been issued for the depart urs of numbers of troops cavalry, artill ery and infantry to the Rio Grande in the interests of peace, and for the security of the people from raiding parties. 'Mam Socials" are becoming the rage. Let the good work go on, and make the nenalty for each word spoken bye cents. uud apply the proceeds to paying off the National debt it would only take a month to clean it up. At the regular meeting of Corona Lodge, LO.C F. last Saturday evening, the fol...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 December 1877

J3tJUlr nn vr-i -r-w-.-r - .... , liluu ribbon two incites wiue ,UifiW'Xl30)t4Vjld sJ'-UtJiW W lut-hii. TobS; gather both sides, oiHrn-JiUj-a-uoOfolio lakca pieceof are ornamented with black braid wound A Daring Itnj's Fate. I n T 1 . - .. , 1 ..... V......l l.n fmnf ami ..Till, .MIT ,TlC(ttn I - - . I Mannu' ti.im.-0'irciciinMeariyinniyyouiii' rrrj nTO-,-. fr.'j,.,.-' i,- . An'Jatfroyhoi" old, lull illtv j rain or more, them tggijtbef With the gathered ribbon lopjanq pda with, silk., and llinni I nm 1 liar- Ifil ti ilin (rfllornrY 1 am- taoad, and sold a goodly "il'hcn roimilelcd itwilllook Tike a port ioliol The ribbon is for the sides am! and fifty aronniHhe front and with gay rosettes , line the at the loops for thc"armS. - & , id fasten I SKXTACLE-JVII'EIH. a ti.i.n I ... - ?.:.! .I.. ,.:.. T.rt A disaster is reported fnim Coboconk, County of Victoria. Late oncafternoon tard-board for the top and bottom. I l-OCKET l'HOTOGKAl'lI-lIOMlI-.US. lilt l.f h ator. Ah, me' ah, me' a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 December 1877

I TIKE TESTS THEMEKITSOFALL THINGS. 1840 to 1877. For Xblrty-KeTCB Years Perry Davis' Pain Killer! Hu been tertedjn Tery Tarfety of climate, ana by almost trttj Nation known to American. As an External and Internal - Remedy it stands Pre Emincnt. Cmadrnud Bawd Comalntat. A FAMILY FRIEND ! Vo family should U without PKHR1 IAY1 TMJKTABLB PA1X KIM. tilt. It can be Kiwi to the In fant for roile and to the adult for rheuma tism. ThereissttuYHyadMeasetowhlch It may cot be arpiled. It contains no laudanum or deleterious drug, but mar be used fur too varlou allmmta of mankind. Ciiret Chterm II nnv .411 out er M-nmeUtmm all. B tfr?j hutaot relief to Actios Team. In aertlons of the country where FEVER AXI AljE rwrali. there U no retnedyheld In freat rr esteem. ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM. KZ3IEDY Tor CX'KIXG Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asth ma, Consumption, Aad All Throat and l.nni; AUV-ctlons. Indorsed ty tno Pies FtirstcfMS and Afflicted CONSUMPTIVES READ! Would row Cure that Ptstrevdnc Couth, aad b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 December 1877

Taxas raciflo VL B. The bill Jotrodnced In tho House, on the lt by Mr. Stephen, of Georgia, amenda tory of tho Texas Pacific lailroad acta, authorize the constructioa of a main line from Fort Worth to the ship canal bay of San Diego. The amount of bonda allowed by the bill is 125, 000 per mile, and for dif ficult and mountain sections 155,000, all secured by first uiortirago on the road and .... .it 41, . twelve million acre of land granted by the United Statos and acquired irom the Etato or Jeias; tue angrwiu Imuda issued not to exceed tS8. 750,000, the bond to bo payable, principal and interest, in gold, and to run for fifty veal. Authority U given for an exten sion of the. rood to the lluwumippi by one or more branch line, and proviioii is made for securing the pjverumenl against loss. Tho Pan-Handle Filling Up. The Pan-Handle of Texas is attracting considerable attention from land apec ulators and stock men. Stock men are moving into that country from Colorado, from Southern Tex...

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. — 22 December 1877

4- u V DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, DEC. 22, 1877. NO. 6. VOL. IV. THE DODGE CITY TIMES. c ruBUsnrn evert saturdat si SH3NN & KLAIKE. LI.OYD SHIXN. n. b. iuikb. Swbscr.Dtion. MOD lr annum in advance. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. County. Uepresentative-11. M. Wright. A J Anthony Uiarles lUtk County Cltrk-Jno It Mean. Treasurer A 11 Webster, !-heriB" Charles h lUs-elt. Kegllter-Jame s Laogtyn. U r District Court-Harry Boyer. Probate. JudM Ilrrma J Friner. CouityAU.rV.ey-M W SuUon. surveyor-HT Mccarty, tup't rub lust TauinasLMeGarny. CIV. Mayor James n Kcllej. t uncUinen ,, lion D D Collay UVollCox. UH Brtus. Jobn2ieton. rJLnntnl. rohee Jndge-Hon D M .ost. Attorney and Uerk-K F Co' bar. Treasurer Uojd Miinn. Marshal-Edward J. Mtrsoa. Tuklr. IrnsteeP I. Beatty. I ttrk lhn i Mean. Treasurer Uenrj NirM. justices-Lloyd Sbino'U G Ceok a D B Baldwin. Constables-P. Bughrne. Jack Callasaa end David Morrow. Officers or fthsol District So. 1-F- C. Etm mermaan, President; M. Collr Secretary; ...

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. — 22 December 1877

THE TIMES Mll5 A KI.IIM', pBtlllarn. DODGE CITV, KANSAS. Horrortlng an Umbrella. " I!n' me yer umbrella a minnit!" Such was tlio exclamation of Jones as lie ru'Iicd into the office of 'Squire Lick shinglc, yestcrdaj-. " Certainly, certainly," haid the 'Squire, laying down his iiewspaicr and taking a fresh chew of line-cut, "clad to accommodate you," and lie oncne-1 a drawer in his le-.lt and begun nimagtng through his legal forms and blanks. .Tones darted into the corner, seized the green gingham relic and was prc iarinr to flv with it. "Stop, stop, stop!" said tho 'Squire, raising his hand majestically; "not so fast young man. Wait till 1 make out the necessary papers." Jones drop j)cd the umbrella. On his corn, of court. After pumping his lanio foot up and down, and tj inga hard knot in ins countenance, anu unutuug n again, he echoed : "The necessary papers?" "Ves," said the 'Squire, sternly, 14 the necessary papers," and he contin ued liis search" among the blanks. The right one ...

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. — 22 December 1877

TO CORRESPONDENTS. ,11 communication forth!- paper should be nccfHnpanhlliy the name of the author, not nccei..iril for publication, lut as evidence of jriMtd faith on the jart if the writer, Write only on one ide of the pap, r. lie particularly careful in eiins name anil dat1, to have all litters or figured plain and distinct. A CHRISTMAS PLUM-PUDDINU. By the common consent of Christen dom, good cheer is a part of the great religious festival which is now upon us, and high among all Christmas roastings and bakings, Christmas pies, cakes, and confectionery, in grand pre-eminence, like the lordly chief of an illustrious tribe, stands the Christmas plum-pudding. To compound, prepare, and cook 3 plum-pudding is a piece of culinary and confectionery art which can not be done by a novice. To do this work properly requires experience, skill, anil taste. My first remark is that the materials of this dish must all be of the very best. Mediocre poetry, it is admitted, is no poetry at all. To...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 December 1877

Y; ICOSTIXL'EB TROM FIEST PAGE. :i:MCKtL .SIKKCHAJOISK DID IT VITTI.-VU BTOKK. HADDEH &. MKAI'EK. One of the bet apjicir.trd stores in Western Kansas is that of Madder fc Dra Ir, who aro prepared to fill orders from fl to tl.CKiOL 'Ibeir larae. and spacious tm room in crowded to its utmost capa city with goods, consisting of staple anil fancy dry roods, clothing, boots and shoes. Iiais and caps, clove", and aline lii.ni.l funiiKliinir cuods. suitable to tills trade, ami in fart their Mock embraces ecry article usually miuirctj m a i-uvi.i trade. . , . .. . Ihew gentlemen aro from the Last, pos cat lino business qualifications, and nay .in-i .iitrniiou to Ihctr immense trade. Tlieir buslues-extends ill a wide section of country, btock men linn t.peciai muuee v.ititN t ft iln luKinejui Willi this house. Mr. 'I otu. Draper, a brother ot Mr. it It Draper, l ona ot the salesmen, ami if attentive to the largo retail business ot the house. duv coouii, ci.otiii.x:, Jiff- KLUY. lIAltUWAU...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 December 1877

l.tBIKK AKO (illlTI FURNISHING James JGOODS. C. I HATS AND CAPS, ComtwrJ NOTIONS AXD JKWZI.RI, Ac, Jfcc., &c Ths taraporaae movement baa reached Wiehta. A foil assortment of ladies' and gents' glove at James C. Connor's. Uncle Dillv Cole came in from (Ireat lUnd this week with the same, sweet smile on bis face as of Tore. Mr. Geo. Emerson cam in from tbe South last MondaT. Drunkenness is a crime nnder the Stat utes ot Kansas. Wichita expects to ship 9.000 lira and dead noes this wintsr. The silk crop of the Slate will amount to 1 10,000 tbis rear. Judge Sutton occupied a chair at Union Chinch last Sunday evening. We failed to notice at the time of ita arrival an elegant new piano, a present to Mrs. J. H. Phillips. Mr. F. C. Zimmermann. as a delegate to represent the German Immigration So eiety of Dodge City, went down toTopeka this week to attend a State Contention of delegates. A large assortment of ladies' and child ren's winter shoes just received at Morris Collars, new goons...

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. — 22 December 1877

ITEMS OF INTEREST. I'enonjtl anil Literary, Whitticr will Ikj 70 next month. Kate Field has ben riving her lee. ture on Charles Diikens in London with success. The Hnrpers paid Longfellow $3, 000 for " Kcramos," which is about 10 a lino. Mrs. Klizabeth K- Kllett was not a genius, hut she made $100,000 through her writings. Tho London Society of Composi tors have a library ofjover 7,000 volumes, which are circulated among the mem bers. Will Carli-.ton. author of " Farm Ballads," is lecturing in the Eastern States, and is favorably spoken of by the press of that section. Dr, Edward Jlamniond Clarke, the author of the book " Sex in Education," died in Jloton on the 2d. lie was grad uated from Harvard College in 1811, was formerly Profcsoorof Materia Med ica at tho Harvard Medical School, and, at the lime of his death, -was an over seer of Harvard College. Dr.J)e Villicrs, who is preparing for publication by engraving and pho tography a fac-simile edition of Guten lcrg's liible, has dis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 December 1877

to A Prophecy of the Pacific Coast Twenty years henee nearly all the breaiUtuiFi tor export from the United States will be produced in the country west of the l.ocky Monntains. The exception will be the surplus i)rodnetion of corn in the MUsisippi.Vjllev. ' Ohio has ceased to be a reat wheat-produc- 1112 Mate. IMS cron is Yearly tiiuiuv isliing in Illinois; in Minnesota, tho production this'je.ir was only about, as mucli as in caiitornia, wnere we nau one of the dryeat seasons ever known. The agriculture of all the vast region west of the Uockv Mountains is still in its infancy. Some of the great territo ries are not 3 e.t- producing breads tuffs enough for home Consumption. That was true of Oregon a lew years ago. Xow there is 1 lanre licet of wheat-laden ships sailing from her principal port every j ear. Utah Territory, with the exception 01 a little spot aooui a.iu L.aKe, made no bayejut. agricultural products. Now the jiest potatoes' found west of the Mississippi ltiverarefound ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 December 1877

tasvrmcea f FORD COUNTY, KANSAS. A Brief Orvrnptlon of the Climate, !, Fr4met. e-A LlUte GaeI frBUtn ike Isamisrraat Dodg Clly sussl NpearTllte. for Uielnfonnatlon of those who contemplate tuOYlactoFonl county, we hfecomiiIl brief ly, an out! in of the principal lalura of Ford county, ft lby present tneinse.Tes ( us from mfurntlou and obserTstlon. Jt fa ur purpose to present Ihe facta dearly mJ without color of exgj,erUon or ambiguity . 1 o staie me maiirr tmtiifuIlT will rrtc the purpose satisfactorily. We may unlnte ntlonally omit wmt matter of interest, but the edilois or the iimics wiu giwy lurmahanydesldered Information rOK! COUNTY. Thl county contains an area of about lort) i.Ur. inllea. It 1 in the Sith degreeor latitude and in kmfitndc 100 degrees, tfery tract ol laud It suscepUbla of cull.Talion, and U well watered with numerous tlrevm, tbaArkaiuaa riter runnlBr Ibrouxb the centre of th county. The papulation la about 2tU, and is steadily ibcrea-siDf. LAND. Tnelsnds of Ford...

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