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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 July 1878

DODGE VOL. V. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JULY 13, 1878. NO. 9- CITY 1 THE DODGE CITY TIMES. o PUBLISHZD EVKRT SATURDAY BT BHUTN&KLAINE. SsbaeriBtion. J .00 per annons la advance Official City and County Paper. OFFICIAL DIBECTOBY. Casus IT. RrpresentatlTe Iloa. R. M. Wright. Cwnmlaeioiiers- B ,,, A J Peacock. J W Sldlow. County Clerk Jno B Huu. Treasurer A B Webster. Sheriff W B Muteraoo. Register A C Ball. Clerk Diurlet Court Harry Boyer. Probata Judge Ucrman J Printer. Coast j Attorney-M W Sutton. Surveyor Charles VanTrornp. Sop't Pah Ioat 1 noma L McCarty Coroner Ceo F Joaes. City. Mayor James H Keltey. Councllsseav Hon D D Colley. CMllKM. John Ne a ton. James Andersoa Walter Straeter. Police Jedge-Saroeel Marchall. Attorney aid (Jerk E r Colborn. Treasurer-K. O. Cook. Marshal Charles K. Baaaett. Ass't Marshal Wyatt Earp. TswarabJB). Trustee F I. Beatty. Clerk John B Means. Treasurer Henry Niees. Justices Lloyd Shinn R G Cook and JK Vanroorhis. Coutebles P Sughnie. Jack Callahan and ...

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. — 13 July 1878

m LOCAL AND FEUS ON AL.- L H k DODGE CITV.SlTUnDAT.JULT 13T73 Gold' and ailver watches very loir-tut Friedreich's. Cameo Rings Friedreich's. from (4 upwards at Two New Ilousxa Fob Rent Apply to SAMUEL MARSHALL. Real Estate Agsat. Three hundred Cameo and Seal Ring at ciL At Friedreich's, tbe Jeweler. HOUSEHOLD Ac lor sale. Goods, Dishes, Carpet a. Apply to SAMUEL MARSHALL, Real Estate Agent. Patronize Lome manufacturers. Alt kindof gold work made to ordet at Fried- reicus. SHIRTS aud underwear to measure Jaoiea C Connor's. Buggy tons, adjusted to any kiud o( bug gy or carnase at 11. Collars. Trice only 10,00. POST OFFICE HOUKS. From 7 A. M. to 0. r. H. Money Ostlers tMDed from 9 a. M. to 7 r. M. Sundays excepted. H. J. Fringe. P. M. Having been appointed A (rent for R. M. Wuiuilr, partiea kuowintr themselves in debled lo him, either for lieut or old ac count, aro requested to call aud aettle aa toeee mailer must be cloned. J15 SAMUEL MARSHALL. Mr. J, F. Durand, and experienced jewele...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 July 1878

i J. ,Taincs C. Connor . i- -'j FURNISH IS G GOODS. HATS AND CAPS, NOTIONS ! ASD J11TILKT, it., JLc, &c AX AeVXOillBlIUXG FACT A large penion of lue Amtricaa peoi!e are to-day suiter in from the effects of Dyspepsia or disordered livtr. The nsolt of taesa diitua upon the nuiM or Inttlllgent tnd valuable people U most alarming, makin; lire actually ft burden Instead of (ileasant ixklrace or enjoy ment aad nselalnrsa aa it wilt tn be. There u no rood reason for tola lr jrou will only throw asule prejudice and skrpltcisra. take the advice or druggists and onr fncnJa, and try one buttle uf Br. Oreeu'a August Flo'ver. Your smredy relief ia certain, Millions or bottles or thia nwdicinn nave been givtn awty to try in tlrtnta. with ssilstsctury results in every case You can buy s sample buttle lor 10 ceota to try. Three doers will relieve tlie woret ease Posi. UT.ly sold by all drugbta va the Western un III. nit. rBSTTV AXB VSWfl 'In every feature but the hair, which baa grown , , white...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 July 1878

THE DODQE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1878 PIEKCEV1LLE. PiKBCBTiLLB, Ku. July 8. 1276. Editor Times: 1 am happy to en nounce that tbe country is settling op Ttrr last about Piercerille. Tkcra an aonber bete at present looking for loca tion and tome of oar friends who hare already darted from the oast will arriT toon. Mr. Jse. Cslbertsoc haa gone east after Li lamily and to settle np hi buinas at Piqua, Ohio. He will make an early re turn auu atair with ue. Mike-1 going weat to make a (take We bone be will atrilm II. Lrga" '" etui wiUi ue, aud willatay 'til things take a chance oat on the front. Toe Dm birth inl'ierceville occared on tbeJVtnof June. Jlr. and tin. Haho inaiuiuierM tneir noaaebold. Ournew atore building, being erected vi j. w. juieand W. Vermillion, i pro- pleted. .? HP'S1 S?? btT Poetoffiee here ti S". ""'coss postmaster. M. r. Uoyntou died yery anddedly on th evening of tbe od of July Mr. B. bad been unuplaining lor soae weeks. On the 3d be seemed quit...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 July 1878

if y JUC dUA. -ciyxn 7 DODGE VOL. V. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JULY 20, 1878. NOiT ncrnrrffiEB, THE DODGE CITY TIMES. dodge crnr. Saturday, july 13. 1878 THE DODGE CITY TIMES. rUBLISHJCD KVEBY SATUUD AT BY SHmK&EXAINE. N. B. Klaink, ?F.i:.or. Lloyd suixn, lta"ot- Subscription. 12.00 per annum In diu. Official City and County Paper. OFFICIAL, DIBECTOBY. C.MtT. Bsrjreaentailve Hon. K. M. Wright. Commissioners Geo. B. Cox, Chairman. A J Peacock. J IV Sidlow. CoostT Clerk-Jno Uteant. Treasurer A 11 Wesuer. sheriff W B Masterson. Register A C Rale. Clerk Dairies Court Harry Boyer. ProliU. Jodsc Herman J rrinjer. Couaty Attorney H W Sutton. Sarreyor Chutes VanTromp. Sup't rub Inst Thomas L McCerty. Coroner Geo F Jones. city. Ml jor June. II Keller. Couasilnen IltnDD Colter. CM Beefon. Joan Newton. . Junes Anderson. Walter Straeter. Police Jadge Samuel Marshall. Attorney and Clerk K T Colbert. Treasurer R. G. Cook. Manual-Charles E. Bassett. Ass't Marshal Wyatl Carp. Tewwablp. Trust ee P L B...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 July 1878

J f TO CORRESPOHDEHTS. AllcorammiicatloiwfortljiHpap.-rhoalJt aocosipauled 1j the name ol the author, not neceurUy (or publicatl- ml but an cridene: of cooaiaunon tn littr. U nte He particularly careful in plains namrs and ditvs.lo )iu all letter or ujutvt plain and dirtingt. he part of the od on one nilo of t lie paper. ITEMS OF INTEREST. rVrsonal and Literary, ed br the use of boiling water. It is precipitated from the solution by cer tain metallic salts ana oxides,ana the lakes thus obtained are said to promise to be useful In the arts. Experiments in driving by electric ity Jiavo been made in France. An electro-magnet is placed beneath the coachman's seat, from which one wire is carried along the reins to the horse's bit, and another to the crupper, so that une torms pan sudden shock. whtnYi (fta lrit-i- imn ndminiator fit rtis- IvOlieeD. rmtinn will it is ciitf firrvicf llio ninr Jults Verne is yachting oil" Purtu- furious runaway, gal and in the Mediterranean, in seaich, ' Tlv...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 July 1878

4 TO CORRESPONDENTS. All communication lor this paper shouldbc COmniUilfU UIlie Dune ui iiiv amiivii w. necessarily forpubbcatlon, but as evidence of cood faith on the part of the writer Write Inly on one sido of the popor. 15o particularly carercl io giving names and date-, to nave ill letters or figures plain and distinct. SWINDLING FARMERS. lijhthlnfBod nod Ifaj.Fork Operators In Iowa, special Correspondence of the Chicago Trib- Des Moines, Iowa, July 3. Much S3 has been said, and wide as has been the warning given, of the swindling practices of lightning-rod agents and vendors of paten: rights, they st'dl ply their vocation and ropo in victims. There have been operating for some time in the northern portion of the State several g3ngs of agents of a certain lightning-rod company, with convenient ostensible headquarters in the various localities in which they operate. By their frauds they have swindled the peo ple of Iowa out of hundreds of thou sands of dollars. They have no fixe...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 July 1878

"Y LOCAL ASP PERSONAL. DODGE CITY.SATL'RDAY. JULY SO. 7S Tlio hottest wason of the year bas I passed. Bobby Gill sighs and weets becauae them ia no free lunch joint in town. Four hogs were inn over aud ilisrroycd by the cars last Wednesday, and it wam'l a good day for boss eillier. County Commissioner Peacock visited bis iaiin in Mcl'berson county, last week, aud iciiorts a bountiful harvest of wheat. Slugology bas liccn less frequent this iitct than lat. Mr. James Langtou has sold bin herd of 2o0 two-year-olds for $12 jr bead. Mrs. S. 1- Isaacson bas been spending the last two etKs wilb friends atFoit Dodge. Patronize borne manufacturers. All kind of cold work made to oriict at Fried reich's. Up to tbs evening of tbe burial of II. T. McCarty none of bis relatives bad been beard train. His mother is supposed to ictido in St. Louis. Mo. Stetson hats, tbe best made, juit receiv ed at JsraesC. Connor's. Mr. C. S. Hungerford is enlarging aud improving his residence on Gospel Ridge. Two ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 July 1878

.ABIKH AHO CISrTTM FUBNISHIXG James GOODS. HATS AND CAPS, Connor , NOTIONS JLNB J E W K I. K V . ilc., if., &.C. SPEAEVILIiE. To the Editors of the Tmis. SPKARVILLE. Kaxsam, Jnly IS. 1S73. To the Eiutoes of the Times : Another nice, refreshing shower ior Dry Ridge, that make the atmosphere a little mors nleasant after the post week of excessive not weather; the mercury baa attained. at the liottoot, 100 dees., and every one is satisbed that it doe set pretty warm here occasionally, although there was a good breeze Mowing nil the time, that nude it mora bearable. Business ia revivuie up to a considerable extent. New parties are coming e wry day. look ing for localities. A". C. Jones 1m been kept busy since his return, satisfying the demands or set tlers. Geo. Hall is havmp the foundation laid for bis new residence on Grove street. The new nost-office at Btlfont does not prosper as it should. The railroad refused to deliver the mail, and the -ecretary oidered Mr. Cline, postmaster...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 July 1878

the in: at a of poe's sweet- HEART. (From the Graphic Announcement U made of the death of Sarah Helen Wbiunan, at I'rot idenir , of heart disease. To this lady l'oe was (or some time engaged In marriage, but the lady -wisely nsaae the engagement conditional, -and the weakened, dixrolute port was una ble to olene the condition'", and they part ed. In hla lecture on poetry be awarded to ber a " pre-eminence in refinement of art, enthusiasm. Imagination and genius, "an es timate which the cultured lady scarcely Jtittified. It wa in September, 1WS, that they became acquainted, and be thereafter often tl-lted her in J'rotldence, 1II pub lished letlera to his Jianctf show much deli cacy and a rchncd moral sensp, and are among me most creunauie or all his writ ing'. Hut romp of them betray, in the lan guage of Sarah 'Whitman, "the agony of the comuci 111 wuicn cc ni lorcuoomcu to ue feat, with a power which no added word count ncirnten." The romantic circum alancc atumllng bis hrst meeting...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 July 1878

HUTS FOR THEH(CSEHeiD. Char Starching. After you have starched your collars in a thick starch and dried" them thorough! v, dip them in a cold starch made by dissolving 2 tea spoonfuls of raw starch in a quart of water, mixed mm a teaspooniui 01 yum nrahic water. This is made bv dissolv ing 5 cents worth of gum arabic in suf ficient water, ana letting it suina until it is clear Simple C'ftard. Take 3 tablespoon fills of corn starch, wet smooth in a lit tle milk;." ejrsp, beaten with 3 table spoonfuls of sugar, all stirred together in a quart of nearly boiling milk, and stir till it thickens. Flavor with 1 tea spoonful of vanilla, when taken up. Always boil the milk in a pail set in a rjtot water. If I want richer costards use part cream and C eggs, with no corn-starch. Pea Pancakes. Cook a pint of peas, more than you would require for din ner; while hot put them in a wooden bowl, a lump of butter and a little pep per with them, and mash to a solve with a potato-pestle or "masher;" in...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 July 1878

CAMP SUPPLY ITEMS. Casir ScrrtT, I.T., Jolj 11. IKS. Editom T:sa : I notice that jour rw IwndenU from mu post hare failed of la to stnd tttlr usual local items to jou. Matt, after duo apolosr for tbaa lntrudUcIwiU cmlcaior to give 70a a few current items. Major J. II. Broadnead, Parousler C. S. A., arrired ben 00 the 11th, paid oa the 12, and lett for Fart Elliott, Texas, on tie lJth Inst. The boja are happr, though not given to drnnken dmi, aa la auppoaed a general thing m the armr but our new iaaue are quite a different clasa of people to thoM of ten ar twenU years aga. Some few recruits, (bojaol Co.), have atrsjed a little to far from their mothera apron striae and did get drunk; but it waa quite an innocent drunk. They will probably aee their lolly before many pay-dare roll round. Capt. Daris. the "Great borae thief tuner," a peat a da j a: tbe pott but week. He ia on hie way to Fort Elliott. While here be tried to "tame" a friztly-feathercd bird, bat did not aucced a well aa wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 27 July 1878

S.I DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. V. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JULY 27, 1878. NO. 8. 41 5 3l .SJ tit. m M THE DODGECITY TIMES. PUBLISHED EVEKYSATUEDATBr SHDCf & KL ATNE. Lloyd biusx. taitore- Subscription. $2.00 per annum in advance. Official City and Comity Paper. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY, Conn 17. Representative Hon. 15. II. Wright. Commissioners Geo. I:. Cos, Chairman. A J peacock, J IV aidlow. County Clerk Jni B Means. Treasurer A I! Webster. Sheriff VT 15 Masterson. Kegister A C IUle. Clert District Court Harry Boyer. Probate Judge Herman J rringtr. County Attorney M W Sutton, purveyor Charles VanTromp. Sip't Pul Inst Thomas L .McCarry. Coroner 4eo F Jones. city. Mayor Tames H Kelity. Councilmen Hon D D Colley. CM lteeson. John New ton. James Anderson. Walter Mraeter. Police Judge Samuel Marshall. Attorney and Clerc E r Coibora. Treasurer U. G. Coot. Marshal Charles L". lUssett. Ass'l Marshal Wyatt Karp. Township. Trustee P L Beatty. Clerk John B Means. Treasurer Henry Niess. Justices Lloyd S...

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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 27 July 1878

TO CORRESPONDENTS. AH communication lortlitpapefchoul!l aconipHmc-t b) theimmooliliu author, not ttcccwirUy lor ttubllcatioti, but a e idenco ot irrnttl fnitii ott tin nan rtt the writer Write onlj on on io of tlw par"- Itc particularly c.-irrlul In giving inuiicn anil Ut-4.to liuc au k tiers vi uurva )iiuu cuu uuuuvu ITEMS OF INTEREST. PmoDttl and Literary Joanuin Miller is again in Kngland, and a few hours alter his reappearance in London received a cordial letter of welcome from Mr. Gladstone. I'oe's sweetheart, the late Sarah Helen Whitman, leacs a volume of poems that w ill shortly be published, alone "it!' a revMonot heressiy, "I'oe and His Critics." Mrs. l'rancis Hodgson Burnett has written a Lancashire story called Ha worth's, which is said by those who have seen the uianucript to be as good as That Loss o' Lowrie's. The Cassell", the English publish ers, have set apart for the year 1878 83,000 out of their profits, and propose to do the samo every year, for a fund for workm...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 27 July 1878

TO CORRESPOKDEHTS. All communication fortklspapershould be accompanied by the name of the author, not necessarily for publication, but as evidence of khkI faith on the part of the writer. Write calyonono'-idi'ofthepiiper. lie particularly careful in giving names and dates, to have tU letter: or inures pLiin and distinct FASHION' NOTES. Checked cotton braids aro used for trimming linen dresses. The military jacket is one of the IK j it? iur J uuog ui. ,c of th(J .. abo t n!ne feet .tuwu ... 1II.1.1.1. v wvu t t(1 The Original Xermald. The London Daily Xews says : An important addition has just been made, rivaling, perhaps, in interest the cele brated gorilla "Pongo," to the Natural History Department of the Aquarium, this novelty being a gigantic manatee, or West Indian mermaid, which arrived at Glasgow last Monday, and is tho sec ond specimen ever brought to Europe 01 tins now nearly extinct kind of am mal. It is, in fact, a very srood exam' nrr nl wnlrrhinf nhnnf hl, inn girls are ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 27 July 1878

LOCAL ASP PERSONAL. UODGECJtV.SATUnU.VY. JULY 27. 7 Geo. 1 Jones contemplates establish ing a meat market ia Spearville. Judge Cook has beta appointed admin istrator lor the estate of Peter Frank, deceased. We understand tbat Frank bail constderadle property in Newton. May Scymont'a Benefit was patronized liy a large audience, of tbo first-class people of tbo city. Tbe performeuce vas ery enteitaiuing and highly creditable to botb Mr. and Mrs. Seymour. I'atrontzo bouie manufacturers. Alt kind of gold wotk made to ordci at Fnid Itiku's. Tbo Kingman Meicury Waters for Governor. nominates Jo. John Wilson, an cniplotv of Mr. Bhiue liart's, canio up from Tuscosa, Texas, last week alter supplies for Mr. Kbinehart's toie. Ho tajs there aro tbonsands of cat tlo around Tuscosa, all doing well. Cbax. Newell starttd fur hisrancliftat l'aio Duro, and adobe walls ibis week, uhfcru be will resume business- Wo wish biui success. Ho bus hd considerable bad luck of late, but !1 now faiily over it. M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 27 July 1878

LADIES AND CENT FURNISHING James C. Connor GO ODS. HATS AND CAPS, NOTIONS AND JEWELBV Ac, Lc, &C FEBSOKAL. A. J- Anthony, of Dodge City, Kansas, was in the city o St unlay. Kansas City Indicator. Hon. Henry Booth, Receiver at the U. S. Land Office at Larned, cams up to see the boya last week. Or. McCarty was called to Cimarron this week to attend Mrs. Foughty. who is very ill. He was surprised to find Cim arron a busy little town. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. DODGBCmr.SATURDAY.JXJLY 27. T8 SPEABVTLIiE. To the Editors or the Tih. A beautiful shower last eyeninii follow ed by another this afternoon. The weather still hot. The rain this afternoon has cooled the air to a certain extent Water is standing in the streets, which looks rather damp for Dry Ridge. Building has revived up again in the past few days; three henses are now in process of erection. Mr. Jno. Thauer is building a house SOxtO, to be used as a billiard haU. George Hall's residence on Greene street; also Mr. Wilkeson, from Do...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 27 July 1878

CQM'JZIOSS OK THE P.OAD. life' jnilf-stnicff, marking 5 ear on yt'ar. Ia vr wtHtr a"wenear Tfc filial K"al. tbe llent end To which our latril toots Uiw tend. A yaroptofinedacfnturjt Now like a day It liurrie ly, And dfiubtq and fearaour lieart oppress, And all tins way U mttariucs. Ah me! how irlad and gay we were, 1 outh'a fap lu ttliourcins astir, When long njro with fplrtt LiRbf A happy caruf company, W started forth, when eiery thinjc WonjtlieKrt'en Kryol the spring And all the fair wide world -mtaourv. To gather us we would Itsfioweml Th n life a)nvt eternal K-emed, And deatb a dream o vaguely dreamed. That In the distance acarce It threw A cloud tho.de tm the mountains blue. That roe bloro 119 eoft and lair. Clothed In ideal hues of air. To which we meant In alter time, Htroneln our manhood's etrenjb, to climb. How all h&$ changed? Years have gone by. And of that Joyou company With whom our youth lirst Journeyed on, Mho h ho arc kit? Alas, not one! 1ai v earliest loitered ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 27 July 1878

The Carpet-Bag1. A new insect pest has appeared, which promises to make housekeeping as dis counifiinjj business as the long-suffering granger finds the raising of potatoes in the lace of tho Colorado beetle. This latest terror of the patient housewife is an emiyiuut. iiuui .cuiuC vviiii uiu uiS' tinsuished titlo Anthrenu scropularia. Upon its native heath the stranger con tents itself mainly with an animal diet, but on its arrival this side the water it developes a voracious appetite for every thing woolen, Ilcnee it has been fa miliarly dubbed "tho caruet-bng," and in its specialty it seems to far outrival that old-time enemy ol domestic peace, the moth. The insects multinlv rauidl v. and so destructive arc they that some people wuo have had particularly sor rowful experiences are of the opinion that carpets will have to be given up entirely when his bugship has possessed the land. The bugs are black, hairy fel lows, about a quarter ot an inch long, of oval shape, and very quick m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 27 July 1878

THE FAMOUS LIEUr. HENLEY AND LIEUT. KUCKER DROWNED. Tbee two officers of the Sixth Cavalry met tragic death at Supply Camp, Arizo na Territory last wetk Friday Jjing m ttey had lived, gallant, chivalrous, and brave. Lieut. IFeriley ni bathing in the White Kiver, near the pout, on the evening of the day named, when he waa taken with cramp, and, though a eood swimmer, be came powcrleaa to help bimwlf. He called for help, and Lieut. Kucker at once plunged into the rtream and went to hia assistance. In the struggle that followed, both men went down to a watery grave. Jtoth of tlxae officers were well known in Hay, having been stationed there in 1874-5 Tbey were full of the dash and gallantry so characteristic of the young cavalryman ; and in tbeir death the army loies two good officer. Lieut Henley gained a world-wide notoriety for the manner in which he conducted a sortie agairot a band of Cheyenne Indians in the year 1875, up on the Sappa, in Decatur county, in which he and his camman...

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