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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 February 1878

yL i i ct 0-j CA DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. IV. DODGE CITY, KANSAS FEB. 2, 1878. NO. 12. THE DODOE CITY TIMES. , "'III.L-llf.D KVKUT SATUKDAT BT SHrNN & ELAINE. 1.MIVI1 SI1IHN. H. B. XXAI.-TK. -ab-rr:ptlfin. SJ.Oo ter annum ,n advane. Official City and County Paper. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. County. UiL.jK&lathe Hon. It. M. Wrbjai. Ceo. II. Ox, Chalmaa. A J I'e.c ck. JWH'llM. fjuBty Clf rx Jn IJ Means. Trrfcsurrr A 1) WtUItt. Midriff Vf 11 MaMeaa I'eglater A C Hale Mi'k District Ourt Harry Borer. lrotwl Juibce Herrain J Winder. vasty Attorney M W oUon. Nor? eyor Charlra VutiTrornii. -up'l 1'aif Inst 1 bumaa L slcCar. Tnn.r iSio K Jonrg. City. Najrar James II Kc-lley. Oujictltne UonDItCoUej. ;.-o ItUix. UH It on. JhnNetoa. fMLa-onanl. IVm' Jndge-lIon D M Krost. s'lorr.ey an'I Clerl K " Coltwraa I I .usurer IJojd hlnn. Wwinal Edward J afaai.rsoa. Asi'l Marhl Chas .. B-fc.U. Tawaskt. rnLt.o r 1 Feattj. ( Itrx Jh II aleaea. T rt.(Mttrr llf-nrt Nirsa. Ju.i:lc-a laosd Shina K V Guk ats J X ...

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. — 2 February 1878

THE TJHES. SII1NX 4 KLAlE, J'nUiihrn. DODGE CITY, - - KAXSAS. A RAILROAD DISASTER. I'artlcularauf tli TVrrlMo Accltlent ar TarilTrille, Conn. S-pc-cial to the Chicago TribnncJ IlAKTFonu, Conn near Tariffville last ni"ht, was raamr ated as to loss of life, yet the affair was a terrible one. Over 600 residents of Wiusted, Canaan, Salisbury, and other places in the western section of the State had visited the Moody and Sankcy revival meeting and embarked for home after Service, leaving Hartford by a special train of eleven cars and two locomotives. The party had enjoyed a rare feast of religious communion with the great evangelists, and little did they imagine the fearful catastrophe so close at hand. There was no" warning nothing to lead to apprehension. Cross ing . TIIK KAUHINOTOX KIVEK IlUIWJE, one mile from TarilVrillc the train was just entering upon the trestle work stretching across the meadows when an ominous crash was heard ahead of the train. The west span, 100 feet long, on ...

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. — 2 February 1878

TO CORRESPONDENTS. An conitnunlfat Ions for tills paiicrMiouM bo Ofcmnpanirtt by the name of tilts nutlior, not Bf-ce-arily furpuMicatlnn, but ns evidence of goix! faith on t lit Part of tut writer. Writo onh onone -ii i rh paper. lie particularly cunful in -jxm'u nanu- ami dates, to liao all letter or liruros plain ami ili-tincT. THE FUUIT KING. A German Talry Story. In a beautiful great houe, just on the edge of the city, lived little Sigismund. There was a pretty flower-garden be hind the hone, where he used to play. A board-fence separated this play ground from a large vegetable and fruit garden, whieh belonged to an old gar dener This garden was celebrated throughout the city, because nowhere grew such beautiful fruits of all sorts as there. It was one of Sigismund's great est delights to look out of his bed-room window, and watch how the fruit grew heavier and rosier as the autumn drew on. "So one would have grudged him this pleasure, had that been all he asked. But, unfortuna...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 February 1878

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. !!2i33 tidi ol thi" mouth " 8f' VM"" County Sursevor Van Tromp has en)Us. erked in tbe land agency bn-iue.s. bctked 1 A musician's benefit daure will be given . nut ThuiMlaj- night. ' Red Clarke lias a hni specimen of nlug tobacco, due lioin the mi&63 near Cimar-i rutlUlly. J!r. M. W. Snttou and the Times fra ternity return tbauka to Mrs. Oveiley for a. choice mince pie. It was good. A letter fioni Pulton. Texaa. announce that. Mr. W. It. (Jriiucs has rounded up ltf.uot) cattle ami M-ntd for Dodge. Mr. Joseph Day rtarte for Texas this evening stnero ho intriidf) rounding up everal beards to he driven up to Dodge next apiing. Mr. Isaic X. Allhright is a first elas painter, as a now-sign for tlm new alioe maker. lY)ifl. vrdl prate. II .1 line piece of work Mr. Godley, ilm efficient blacksmith at Andiew Johnson V, met with a naui fin accident this weet. One of his feet was badlr bruised hy teiiig etepiied upon by a rufl hod bore. A hop was given lest Thursday ev...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 February 1878

i.abikb xnm aiRTi FURNISHING Limes GOODS. I. Coimor HATS AND CAPS, NOl IONS ASH . WMA.KT. U. Ac eta. T.L. McOAETY,M.D. Plivvician and Druggist ) U.iillLV DBIjCS. MBDiaXasS, Uien. -- -13d pejfjrnrrj. Toilet Goods, e. i: Dye sioft, riat. out. Fir9 Ht f F C ZiraaierasBaB's sbst. (lodge ft- L. A- LOGAN, HARNESS- MAKER LOCAL AND PERSONAL. 1 nonr.Ecrrv. Saturday, kkb a. 'in , Pat Sughrne it nursing a felon on his I hand, and w tt.croforr gentleman of ieisnre. I Mr. T. H. CulbertMin. of the freighting firm of Nichols A. Cullesrtfcoa. arrived last Monday froci a southern trip- Wright, ISarerlsy V Co. barn an im- Imense stock ot fr and provision la tbrlr warehouse. Mr. James Vance, the freighter, b been visiting fain friend in Wichita for Mine time part. Mr. William Marshal, who ban been earning the mail between here and Fort Dodge for a lone time, is now following bi old trade, poet ahocmaker. Billy Darn, agent for the Y. M. C A., aimed in Dedge the next day after the tram robbery. Billy ha...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 February 1878

01' IMEIIEST TO SJIOKEUS, Tli 1'liynioloziral nnd Mentnl I fXrrtt tif Tnlmrro, a llritrrlbed lj Vitrloim 3!etII. cnl.lnttigrltlM. The discus-ion of the piijsiological and mental effect of tobacco upon man and animals lias recently been actively revived among medical men abroad, in stigated ehiefiy, it would seem, by the very remarkable experiments made by Dr. Smith, an eminent English pbj- siciau, and by mm communicated tot lie IJritish Association, and the no less in teresting re.carchcs in the 'ame line by Dr. Lelwn of Paris. Briefly stated, Dr. Smith aims to show that, nunc tobacco-smoking causes a large increase in the rate of pulsation of some persons, in others no increase oc curs the fact being, therefore, that there is a divinity in the mode of action in the case of this substance, as there is unquestionably known to be in it3 good or ovil cITect3 upon mind and body in different persons. In pursuing his investigation, Dr. Smith operated on an indn ldual w horn - he induced t...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 February 1878

THE TURKEY. Hint on Selecting and Hale for Cooking ThlsohIeIowI. Selecting a Turkey. The young hen turkey, when large enough for the pur pose, is considered besj .far the table, plumper and generally 'fitter than the male ; but a young male is preferable to an old hen. In buying turkeys, bear tlio following facts in mind: The legs of a young hen aro black; the cock also has black legs, but he is provided with small spurs. An old hen has red and rough legs ; an old cock's les are very rough, and the spurs aro long. The fatter turkeys aro tii'o better; -they can not be too fat. The breast should be broad and the skin white. The bird is fresh enough as long as the legs are not stilT. Baled Turkey. When cleared, stud eel. and trussed, put the turkey in a baking-pan, with a little cold water in the bottom; spread somo butter over it, sprinkle salt all over, cover with a piece of buttered paper, and set it in a nuick- 1 cuen; baste olten, and turn Jhe -bird Juier uiiu aruuuu u jiuuessary....

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 February 1878

I 3 THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. FEB. 2. 73. Trent the allry BrnuUiean, Kxlra, Jan.SS. KNIGHTS OF THE ROAD. Daring Attempt to Bob the R. R. Cos Safe at Kinsley. THEY AKK TOILED BY TUB BRAVE RY OK OUR MG1IT OPERATOR A1SD THE OJTOUTUMIARHIVALOFTHE TRAIN. -THEY BOAUD THE PASSEN GER TRAIN AND HOLD IT FOR HALF AM HOUR. At Irw niifiiurii bfXore 4 o'clock Sua lay Oiomixg, fltt dj'rtloei baring fete black ened cnlereil the office of Uie Kallroad deiot ml tkLi place, a luting tbt night oprralor, Andrew Klnkade, who w at bit Kt. will, a "food uornlsf' at tbe taint Instant "covering" bim wltb rrolrt, and demanding the money in Ibc See. Mr. h Intake with a remarkable pret ence of mind replied that Inert wu no tUndi at fci command, at tbe tame time penfna; aa emp ty aunty drawer. Tbe lea4er of tbe acg or derrd Mr. K, to ojn tbat tale, d d quick. too at tbe fame time thoTinf two cocked rerel Ten in bb face. Mr. kinkade Informed Ike par ty tbat b did not bT tbe key Gardner bad aaerg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 February 1878

L A'th-i & DODGE CITY TIMES. VOX,. IV. DODGE CITY, KAjSSA FEB. 9, 1878 XO. 13. THE "DODGE CITY TIMES. 1 1 l:f -ATM LVEUT tSATUIWAT BY SHUTK &KT.AIKE. Lumi wn. n. n. tucra. .!.. . S.2.UJ per accuid in Jvasc-i OlViciul City and County Paper. OFFICIAL DIItECTOET. Jonnlx. Iteprc-entative Uao. K. M. lrlr. Cuiutlila.ui. -allien It Col. Ckaioaia A J IVjtr ek. J W-iidlOW. C, u ity Clers Jni, 11 Menu 'It i.-ur-r ATI Webster. -U rur -W II MteisoD Kejr rtr A C Hile l-l.r.. DiaU-lc. Court Harry ItijeC. l'obtl. JiuUe Herman J rrioger i oauti sttorney U l eutpa vurirjor Charles VarTroni .u i l-nuln.t I h itnas 1. aUCr-f Uiniwr-tvo F Jon.a. Cl7 3IyorJnies H Kelley L.OUU. .il.ie HcmDlXJollee. te, llljux (.M Ileev.n. John Ne A ton F J Leonard Polo" Ja Ixe-lton I H Kro.t VI rneei,nil Clerk L r Colbors. Treasurer Lao'd -bum 511 it LilwardJ Ma-t-r--i-i -..'l U.rsnal UiuE Havel. Tw--alp Trmlre V I. Really lerk Jobn It Mr.irs. Ires.urer Henri Nie Jus. .- LJojd lau l: R Oask J E amoorhi Constables...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 February 1878

THE TIMES. SUMS X KLAIXi; I'llllitfn. DODGKCITV, - - KANSAS. ITEMS OFJNTEREST. Persona and Literary. Stanley's African name is "The I-ittle Man With Much Face." A murderess, Mrs. Laura II. Fair, of San Francisco, lias dramatized Owen Meredith's " Lucile." Montgomery Itlairis going to write the life of his father, especially as con nected with Andrew Jackson. The poet-broker, K. C. Stcdman, lost about $10,000 through the frauds of Bonner & Co., New Vork. Just before his death, Mr. Samuel Bowles made arrangements for the pub lication of the Springfield Republican without interruption or change of policy. JllJe. Koze, the new prima donna, is really a Mrs. Perkins, widow of an American singer Mr. Jule 1'erkins, of Boston but the lady herself is Parisian oorn. Tabitha A. Holton, who has just been admitted by the Spireme Court of "" vanillin 10 practice at tne oar, is the daughter of a clergyman, it years " ",t miiiiii in iigurr, ami 01 niouest, nassuming manners. Probably half tho ph...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 February 1878

TO CORRESPOHSEHTS. AIloimmtinttHmfnrth1iinprr!'!ioaIlb4) aecompanIUytIioiiameof tho autiior, not necessarily forpubllcation.lmt as evident- of good faith on tue part of the irrlter. Write ciiIyononosidenltliop-irHr. IVparttculirlr cirLftil.ia RUin;j luting mill tat,to lim all letters or fijui es plain and distinct. The Belle of Val!ejo-A California ile-' roine. Valleju possesses a yonng lady of ex traordinary beauty. She is, moreover, as intelligent and bold as she is beauti ful, and in grappling with a sudden emergency she is probably unequaled by any one of her sex. Naturally, she is the admiration of every young man in the town. In fact, she is beyond the reach of rivalry. The other young la dies of Vallejo'are perfectly well aware that it is hopeless for them to enter the li-ts with her. They never expect to receive calls from marriageable young men except on the off nights of ..he Val lejo belle, and, though they doubtless murmur secretly against this dispensa tion, they appare...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 February 1878

4 M LOCAL AND PERSONAL. DODGE CITY. MATUKDAT. FEB. . "T?. tred. Iooard baft found bit dog. Ilr. Treinetne went to Topis this week . Tbe i-bcrlfl of Wilson count y bu levied noon a plate ysrd. (jnarlrrniaslcr Mifilvr has shoos, the "freeze out" gstne. Marshal Maslcisou and Adam Jackson attend' ed a eoart-ra-irtUl at tne Fort this week. JohialutU-r will oiu hi saloon nbojt the nrttof iitil nionib. Ihc walUr I erry wealhexlsb, aul Ibis tool nitg iuite salubrious. Ttte llurjhy inotenaiithassliuca. kiasley, and ILc idltoi of the Republican is hly. loculuctur Kd. S. Ilcdden, of the eastern iU vision, mas In tbcity this Meek. 11. in. 11. M. Wlibt KsntdorfuloKansasClty ou buslueestbis week. I Mr. Oil" JIyr. the Jolly German travelling i scent fur 51 Hoffman's linaor bruse, was in ithecily this wnL. aad in comjtany with John Mncllcr v lentil Ihesiget and scenes of this me ' troiiolia I 1 - One of the. T and Santa Fe men started out fn the mad Wejne sdsy to nnmbar all the hand cars M ween Atc...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 February 1878

FUJ.3ISHING James 'GOODS. C. Connor HATS AND CAPS, NOTIONS Jnt WBg.B , A., An., ska. t. l. Mccarty, m. d. Physician and Druggist, DKAL1RIK DSCGS, MIDIdXW, Chemicals and perfumery. Toilet Goods, nresas- e. Sponge, I)jr Stub, Flint. OUt, at. First dooraatf If. Dodge City. C. Zinuaerssana'a iter. L. A- LOGAN, HARNESS-MAKER AND SADDLER, DODGE CITY, KANSAS. LOCAL ASP PERSON All. DODGE CITY. 5ATUKDAT. FKB. 9. T. J. W. Drbkill. High KollaranJ Cw, Ander son wer. all in from tbeircattlecmpsthia week. Dr. Tre mslne n Knrt Ifcalge bi! atl de poi tnl in thaTope ka 5vinjrs Bank when it puapea lrd. IliTiiian Fcpenntendeut P.ttibone, it tb- A. T. H. r was In the city this week Uiclin; ef tr IV loterea'sof the ros.l C. S. Hin2erford brought in a small herd of Cue fat bcrej laal Haaday. They will be serv ed up to the sunuruus ca.-tomrs of UuaRcrtord A Jonea, Mr. F. C. Zimmerman bat built aaewn."ni oa his pre-ereptioa and Is opening aeother new farm northwest of Ma old homestead He baa a timber claim...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 February 1878

JIEU Sl'UERE. No ontwardslcn her ansell.ood revealed, I baw tint ner eye ue oiiaruuujuuanu i fciir The aureole round her fortbead i Con cealed By the pale glory her shining hair. She bore the joke and wore the name nf wife To one w bo made her tenderness und grace A mere convenience of bis narrow Hie, And put a m raph In a servant's plate. She cheerc d hi meager hearth she blescd and wanned Ills ) rtj, and met Its harsh demand "With meek untarylng patience, and per formed Its menial tasks with stained and battered hand. bhcnur-d hi ohildrcn through their bclp- Gate tliem licr strength, lier yonth, her beauty's prime, Rom f iir tlirm Mini nrivntion. toil and tears, Wlilc ti lindn her old and tired before her time. And when tlrce fcicr smote him with its w'fnt Her CHlin, consoling presence charmed his pain. Through long and thankless watches day and nli.ht. Her fluttering fingers cooled his lace like ruin; With soft magnetic touch, and murmurs (meet, he brought him sleep, and stilled ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 February 1878

HIXTS FOR THE HOUSEHOLD. Crullers. 6 ounces butter, pound sugar, U pounds flour, C eggs, 1 nut meg; fried in lard. Collared Pork. A leg of fresh pork, 2 tablespoonfuls powdered sage, 2 of sweet marjoram, 1 of sweet oasil, J ounce mace, powdered, i ounce cloves, 2 nutmegs, one bunch pot-herbs, chop ped fine, 1 loaf stale bread grated fine, J pound butter, 2 eggs, 1 tablespoonful salt, black pepper to taste; mix all with grated bread and egg; take out the bone of the leg of pork, rub the meat on both sides well with salt, spread the season ing thick in tho hole made by taking out the bone, and tie up tightly and in good shape, and skewer well ; put in a dripping-pan with water, and bake 2 hours, basting well. Scalloped Ousters. Have plenty of fine crushed cracker crumbs either soda or butter crackers put a layer in the bottom of a buttered pudding-dish, wet slightly with oyster liquor and milk mixed, next a layer of oysters, season with salt and pepper and small bits of butter, then m...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 February 1878

l 1 THE DODGffi CITY TIMES. UODQG CITY. IHTUKUAY, KKD. .. 7-?. from the LcATtoworth Time. COUNTY HUNTING. It U gratifying to Inow that a Letter or der of thine is beginning to prevail 10 Ivati.l In rnffarri In rntlntv nnntini. Heretofore. County Hoards have in many instances in out toe jod printing and ad vertising of tbeir respective countica upon "cutthroat bid." frequently giving the work tu tramps and irresponsible parties, mncti to tbe prejudice aud injury of t be legitimate, established newspapers. Tbe .Iocs to be paid for nearly all Linda of county priming ar fixed br State law, at rales that allow just a fair living compen cation fur doing the work as low an any printer cn do.it aud make wages. But, an we have said abote. these rates ba e frrqaentlr been cut down br Count Hoards by receiving bids from irresponsi ble parties ui less than living rates, who xpet to "set even" by cheating tbe county in tbe quality of Ibe work done. This has lung been recognized as au evil. Where...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 February 1878

r- u . . -& l- M-C.- y - -W -V - DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. IV. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, FEB. 16, 1878. NO. 14. THE DODGE CITY TIMES. ITlH.IHr.l EVEIITSATURDAT BT SIUNN 4. KLADvE. IXOii MI1W X. D. aXaESI. -abeinption. ' uu per .anunv In .4t.bc. Official City and County Paper. OPVICIAL DIRECTORY. Cstunty. Bepresent.i vi lion. U. U. Wriikl. Goo. U Cox. Caalsssw. J !'e.eck, JW.iidlow, Oranty clerk-Jao B Mom. Treasurer s. II YTeUler. .-heriS" W B MaKtrtoB. I:eglter-A C Hale. UtrL Ihstncl Court-Harry Boytr. ITouats Judpe Hermsa J Fringe. Conoty Attorney M W -uttou. surve-tor CLaries VaiiTruroii. -up't rati In.t Tbomu L UcCkrty, Coron.r CJt-o F June.. city. M.yor Jamrt II XtUey. Couricilrosn Hon D D Colly. (iHI It Cox. C M U faun. John Neatott. 7JLrvn.nl. 1'ollee Jode-l!oo U U ero.1. Attorney .ad tUrk K r Colberts. 1 resr-urrr Lloyd r3inn. Mirshsl Edward J Marfttrsn.. Ais'l Vnrsh.: CtM t. Uatett. Tawasbff). Trustee rI.TIt.tt. t t-rk John B Mesp.. 'I ren'tirer llenrj Niesi. Ju.ll4 Lloyd Slilaa ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 February 1878

'! THE TIMES. Mll$.v- KLil.NK, 1'uUUhrn. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. ITEMS OF INTEREST. ernnnal find I.lteriry. Senator Allison, of Iowa, is going to marry the adopted daughter of the late Senator Grimes. Whitelaw l.cid has been re-elected to the editorship of the New York Trib une for another live years. lion. Alexander H.Stephens is now very well. Ho rarely misses a session of the House, and works hard outside. Horace Greeley's estate, which was inventoried at ?2ti,000 shortly after his death, yields little more than $20,000 on the final settlement. Sam. Bowles, like most of the suc cessful newspaper men of the past cen tury, graduated from the printing-office, and not from the college or the univer sity. It is worthy of remark that the chief correspondent of the London Timet, Mr. Grant, as well as the .HH;ial corre spondents of the Daily News, Mr. Mac Gahan and Millet, are all three Ameri cans and they are almost all theforeign correspondents who still remain in the field. The New York H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 February 1878

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All eonnnnnlcat Ion- lor thl- paper Mionld bo accompa 1h1 Iiy tin name of the author, not nrc-a iij fnr publication, but a evidence o( pood fa. ntliottnrt of the writer. Write unHntii tt"Mfiit thr paper. Ho particularly can-ful i- min name- ami iUti-,tu fcave aU.etu mi iire plain ana luttncc THE OTTOXAX EXPIRE. TheGrfMliinl Wmiing of th.Crefteent From tbeXew York Han.1 Suppose the conditions of peace to be fairly reportcu, what will be left of the Ottoman power? How does the extent of the Sultan's authority compare with that of earlier members of his dynasty who-e resources were a danger to Eu rope? The truth i that the present ruler, as recants breadth of dominions. will remain a more formidable poten tate than Bajazet or Mohammed II., and may fairly vie with any of his house prior to the reign of Solyruan the Mag- niticent. It is worth while to trace the succes sive strokes by which the Turkish em pire has been curtailed since the acme of its greatness under Sol...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 February 1878

LOCAL A5DJ'EUS0NAL. dodge citv. saturdat. teb. lc'ts. ' " " ' "ale andToete1:T" "" India Pale Air, London Porter, and Edinburgh Ale at the Long Branch. JEWELRY. Iladder.lt Draper have SiOpiecea of roll plate Jewelry, consisting of ladles' sets, rings, gents' pins and studs, which will be sold at tlie small rnce of one dollar per sell. Georce Etnerson U in from Crooked creek. J, II, Culberteon arrived lovlay with Nichols &, Colbert son's train. Ben Nichols st-irts soath next week lo Cauipbupplv and Elliott. Head the communication from Camp Supply, this week. School opened lust Monday with 49 pa pilsin altuudauc. Capt. L- M. Benedict, of Sterling, is in the city. One ol the best boys in Kansas. Fresh Imtter and t gge kept continually at 11. Collar's. Jim Anderson has the largest lisery stable west ol c.inpon Morris Collar and fauiilr are residing in the country , norlbweatof town. The ringing ol ins ecnool bell sounds fa- rna.iar onto inoie. Those wishing while gloves for the urii...

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