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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 February 1879

A Jfew Orleans dyspeptic, com plaining to his physician that he "had no appetite for breakfast," was advised to take a walk down to the market and eat an orange before his morningmeal. At the next meeting of the doctor and patient the latter made tho same com plaint, and when asked if he had tried the fruit remedy, replied, "Oh, yes, I went down to the market and ate ten oranges, but I had not a bit of appetite when I returned." Boston Com. Bul letin. An old letter An aged landlord. Br- Food's Cancer Institute, The continued and unvarying success of Dr. F. L. Pond, of Aurora, J1L, In bis treatment of cancer and kindred diseases, is something so extraordinary as to be nrthy of more than Baling notice. Since the Doctor first opened le doors of bis mansion to the afflicted, hun dreds of cases hare passed under his care. Some came In cood time, before the dreadful scourge had fully developed and fastened It self 011 some utal part of the system; but by far the largest number only came t...

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. — 15 February 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. LOCAIi NEWS. dodge crrr. saturdat. feius. to Tlire are several cues of rheumatism in town. There is k population of about COO in Toole county. John McKern an, of Cimarron, called vcsUrday. Come west, young man, ami wear out jour ola clothes. I lie Globe gives that blalbcr&kite, 'Dr." Arnold, a blait- Nichols &. Culuertson's frcisbt trains came in Thursday from Supply. Judge Frost and hit brill will not re turn to Dodge before March 1st. Wo notice fooadalions for three resi dences on Pleasant View Ridge. Miss Lula Contrail mourns the loss of herpctpigeon, which died last week. Major Thompson hashuilta neatfcnce around tho Quartermaster's Department. It is hinted that District Clerk 11. 1'. Mytou is about to engage in matrimony. Uncle Jimmr Cannon, the old Indian scout, called Monday. lie is awaiting orders. A number of buildings store houses aud residences will be built the coming season . OtteMuller. L. M. Dcpuy. Deputy Sheriff, andO. Tyler, of Spearevi...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 February 1879

C 4 1& &( v; Ot'dc, DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL.. v. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, FEB. 22, 1879. NO. 41- LOCAL NEWS. THE CHEYENNES. Their Safe Arrival in Dodgo City and Custody within Jail Walla. Sheriff W. B. Mnsterson anil party, con ristins of t!i City Marshal, Charles K. liassett, officer James Masterson. Capt. A. J. French and Kolomo Snlliv&n, ar rived in Dodge City Monday mornisc. hiving in charge the screu Cheyente pris oners who were lately brought to Leaven worth from Fort Robinson. Thcro was no demonstration in Dodge City whatever that awaited these prisoners, thonjh their arrival was duly heralded. A Miliary po ceman, outside the usual depot attend ants and passengers, was the only person who welcomed tho ccntle savage with a bloody stick to a safo lodgment in the Ford county Jail. Tho prisoner vtcro taken from the cars quietly and noiseless ly . and thence to quarters in the jail, where thoy now remain. The names of tbesa red gentlemen, who soma mouths ago paid tho environs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 February 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. FEB. 22. 79. OFFICIAL CUT AND COUHTT FAFEB. iCnSCItimON: 2 00 per year, in advance niCHOLM B. KUIHE, Editor. ile wbo are generous to faults, forgiving, kind and loving, but who bare the ability, the courage and Ibe determination to con' demn and ptuiah crime, whether it be done by the brutal whit man or the savage red THE GENTLE SAVAGE. Tbe traoa'er of toe seven Cheyenne back horn the cilitarv- to the civil authorities, baa aroused an intent feeling throughout the eounirf. Now that tbe gentle savage it to be tried for tbe ciimea committed on thla bonier, we thill look for a superabundance cf guatiiog eentimentaliij a mawkieh feeling that OTerUkea those who know but little of Indian trait or character. 'Jb trial of the seven bucks that willaoQn take place will be looked upon with good dnl of interest. To accord the Indian the same privilege a fair and imputial trial aa a white murderer, is certainly as much sympathy as could be aaked for. W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 February 1879

THE DODGE 01TY TIMES. LOCAL NEWS. dodge crrr. Saturday, feb.22. ti THE CHRVIMB PBHSKB. From the Leavenworth limes, 16thJ Yesterdav morning there gathered throng of profit about' the Uiion Dtp vituse faces were m ttudv ; they had heard much of the atrocities committed by the renegade Cheyenne io Jleade, Ford and other coun ties, and many of them being old frontwre men said little. Their ejee betokened CO tio'itT to ee the devils who tad desolate 1 to many homes, and the firm set lips of the "old timers," when the r names were men tioned, indicated acv-hing but a frimJlv feeliig. At Un o'clock, Liect P.rdec, of the Twenty-third InfanTy, in command of strong guard of soldier, an ived at the depot with the prieoneiB, seven ia EUibber, the guard and the pri'Ontn bting in goyern ment wagons, drawn by four moles each The C3mniax.d was hilud at the omtr of Cherokee and Fro t s:re;is, an I the soldier ordered t get out of the wagons and keep close to the pifoners while they weretxing transfe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 February 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. LOCAL NEWS. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. FEB. 22. T9 Ugbl Hoop la! Do tou waive! Ueb. much waive ! Big iBJun. rool" Lo, tbe poor lnjin. Old Crow taitl he waived. Wild Hoc eats with a spoon. An Injun can't .ulcide villi a epeon. Of caarx. Wild Hog would waive anything. Deputy Sheriff L. J!. Dcnuy was in the citv Smidav. J. C. C'rKicr, of Cinurron. gzxe tu a pleasant call 1 hursdav. .Samuel Marshall lef t Wednesday night for l.oavenworth, on business. I'at. tiiglinie returned Thursday mora ine from a two weeks' visit at Kinsley. Wild ducks arc mikmc tlicir apicar ance. Sprtni. goutle Annie. Jailor Straugon lias seven Indian nets which he feeds with a spoon. Frcightitic busmnas is quite lively, many teams daily goiRR south. Father Wolf proposes to ereot a Csth olic church in Dodes City this summer. Strangers are. dropping into tho city quite lively now vaxlays. -Richard Wagstatl, rcprescntiDcTrnm Lull. Reynolds A Allen, called Thursday. Ueo. II. Cox, of the Dodge Uouse.h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 March 1879

DODGE CITY TIME VOL. Y. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, MARCH 1, 1879. NO. 42. I. LOCAL NEWS. IIO. rOKDODCKCITV. Two cram! excursions will lr.ivo Iowa for Dodce Uitv. March Cth anil 20th. This will linn? ilio trains to Pil;a City on tho olenitis of tlie 7th ami 21st. This 13 but the oeeinuing of tlio grand nub that will ta'.o .laco from evorv action of tbe Union. TO P3ETEAT T8K!iPAWfl In tliu Kaniaa Legfelatuie, 3 bill "do cUrinc it a mUUi-uicaiior to unlawfully riile or dene the aninuW and stock de scribed therein acron Ibecultiratcd lands or liedi"-rows of another, and providing the peualty therefor, was taken up, read by sections and referred back to the Ilouss with the recomnicndatioa that it bo passed as aniond'd. A.toTitEK iAi:nt;cn trii.i. We Icaru that it it tha intention of the officials to put another passenger tram on Atciii-on. Topcka it. Santa Fo Railroad. Thi mcies&rd passenger business of the road demands this mine, I'asscugcrtraius aro densely packed, and ai the warm weathir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 March 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. 1 SCUSrtirTHBfr Jf.60 rr Tr. I 1 iiutt. NICHOLAS B. KLAINE, - Editor. FARM TOPICS. Ilrenllnc Ilry Stork. Thu following 13 an abstract of a pa per read before the Northwestern Dairy men's Association by l'nif. (Jeo. K Morrow of tho Illinois Industrial Uni versity - Except tho man who manages her, the cow is the most important element in dairy farming. The most casual ob servation shows great Differences in cows differences in size.in color.in form, in the quantity of food cateti, in the quan tity of milk given, in its quality, etc. Manv cows, even in cood dairies, aro kept at a loss. They not only cause loss in themselves, but each one is eating up the profits that come from one or two good cows. These differences do not result from chance. Breeding has its laws. Wild animals are what they are because of laws in breeding. Much more are our farm animals. The first great law of breeding one we all rec ognizo as true is that "like produces like," or the offspring r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 March 1879

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All communications fortlifp.qHirskonldbe aceomp.inkilbyihcii.inioortl)u author, not DfCCH-anly (orii:.bHcatin, Iiut us c lilcncc ol RTMHlfaltlion the part t the miter. Write nl n ono -i'ic ol ! hepapt r. Bo partlcnlarl cirirul in k insriaraua and date, to Lave alt Utters or lljjurcd plain and distinct. rrj- ITEMS OF INTEREST. PervonM and Literary. raul Gervanis, an eminent French novelist, is dead. Florence Marryatt's latest novel is "Her World Against a Lie." A volume of Hans Christian Ander sen's letters hasappeared in Denmark. Gladstone's admirers intend to build a hospital to his memory tha't will cost $110,000. Frank B. Wilkie, of the Chicago Times, is to publish his collection of letters from Europe to that paper. It is said that the Goethe collection of the late Bayard Taylor, consisting of rich and rare volumes, some dating from 1790, will soon be sold. Gen. Jubal A. Karly will write " Virginia's Part in the Late AVar," in connection withT'rof . Conrad's "...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 March 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY, MAR. 1.T8. OFFICIAL CUT AND COUNTY PAPEE. 8UBSCKUTIOS : S 00 per jr, in advance NICHOLAS B. KLAINE, Editor. ly be wen the rztent of oar agricultural prospects, with every part of the county filled with settlers and under cultivation. Y7e regard the (ulure of Ford county, in the nutter of sgricultnie. as one of great promise. We hire in industrious and inlel-l-geat class of ieople, who will follow in tbe order of energy, industry and enterprite, un il the vast plain aniii Diutsoni a me FOHD COUNTY AOBICULTUEE. TVe have already observed tbe increased moisture of the winter just closiog, which bears no cuoipuieon lo an previous winter, being greatly in exceaa of moisture daring the witter seasons on the plains. An abun dance of mow fell, which remained on the ground for week, and, at this writicg, the ground is uioist and fit for plowing. The late fill wbat sown, unith failed to sptoul twfore the winter set in, sprouted under ihe heavv iinow....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 March 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES- LOCAL NEWS. DODGE CITV. SATURDAY. MAIM. TO The heavy snow fall m Western Ntbraka is causing great saflerlns among the cattle, and it is feared that, unless it sots off within a few alays, thousand- of animals will parish -with hunger. It U rumored that the Union 1'jciSc has been cutting on ratea from Ooiaha to Denver and that the A., T. & S. F. will lollow tuit and riduce ratea hetween Kansas City and Denver. The Missouri, Kanaas A Texas railroad has mads a heavy reducfon on pafssn;cr rates to and from Kanaas and Teia', loth in through and local ratis. It has reduced the locil rates over all iti main line and branches fo four centa per mile. Tne shipment of bef cattle, dresaad re-l snd ho urcducts to Kuruj e last week were unprtceJenteilly larg. The people of Eng land are eilin; mure meal than at anv ire vious time in the history of that country, and they are eating it because it is cheap and good. Tor er Gill has a Brahma hen which, on JlonJay last, laid a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 March 1879

THE PISE TREE. u fore ymr atoms m together Iwasiall Brown. atoatro! strength, , nlivihH knllnnt out at lea. V ltb great storms measuring alt my lengtk, Mul.tn'( my mighty jnlii-trty. Companion ol the ancient weather. yours! Jolt asiuoch the tiara that shltcr When the (rout i-parkles overhead! Call yours at soon those viewless airs That 1R In tbeelear vault, and treail Thefloud1 J-rf-ss ours than tbtlrs These neh ln swooping round the titer) In tLe primeval depths, embowering ly broad lnnli with my branching pctrs, Myguuisl npillfl In im clous drops Ay, even In t ho-e elder ears The eagle building in uiy tops. Along my boughs the jnwtlurcowenng. Ilrneath tuy sliade the red man slirrlng, lltm-ll a shadow, ttnto away; Apalerr-hadowloiiow him1 kale maj go, tr raes stay, Tneeonoar'pon tnylolnest limb The winds 111 many a ) far bo stripping; And there tho Ridden day be throwing Ills llres. though dark tho dtad prime be, Melons tho bird (hake off the dew. Ah I what ton jrs have been sung t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 March 1879

HINTS FOR THE HOUSEHOLD. Wooden Bov(s.la buying a new wooden bowl, it is well to remember that if you grease it well on the inside, and stand it near the fire, where it will soak in, it will save it from cracking. Sausage. A very nice way to cook sausages is to boil them first in water in a frying-pan ; then encasing them in a coverinc of Dlain Die-crust, bake them until tbey are done. You may make a-J gravy, if you like, out ot the water tney were boiled in, adding browned flour, a small piece of butter, and a little sum mer savory. Ileal English Plum ftiMing.l pound of raisins, 1 pound of currants, 1 pound of beef-suet, 1 pound of bread-crumbs,! ounces of citron, 1 pound of sugar, half a nutmeg, grated, a saltspoon of salt and as much powdered cinnamon. Add 9 or 10 eggs and i pint of brandy. The bread-crumbs mut not be soaked. Boil 3 or 4 hours. Oatmeal Flonr Ulanc Mange. Into 1 quart of slight salted boiling milk stir in 25 large tablespoonfuls of oat flour, adding a piece of but...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 March 1879

AwSUtfThSAUU THE DODGE CITY TIMES- LOCAL NEWS. DODGE CITY. fcATl'KDAY. MAI.'. 1. 7J Dodgo Citt'a losa is Leadt ills' gain. John Fnsar anil wife returned from Kansas City Jloudaj morning. Mortis Collar intends erecting a fino residence la hit garden Bpot. west of tbo city. Wilson McKecver lias opened a meat market in tbo building east of Hoover's Hall. A party of Fpcarevillians camo to Dodge jsunday last, auil tisucd the Koatlo savage in me jail. Tho small cotlagis dot the prairies everywhere. Another tear will make still greater improvements. The Hayes City Sentinel has a nut dress. It is niocli lmproted in typograph ical appearance anil make-up. County Attorney huttou and Sheriff Slaaterson lelt luesday mgnt lor lopeKa to bo absent several day. Two tainanlins wero Molcn fiom the (internment warehouse .Saturday night last. 'Ibey wrie valued at $11X1 each. Capt. II. C. StcCullougb.of Wariens burg, Slo.,nrrited Thursday tuorning,aud mil occupy hisclaiui north of this city. The lumber ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 March 1879

( DODGE CITY TIMES; DODGE CITY, KANSAS, MARCH 8, 1879. NO. 43- VOL.. Y. -J aSa-- LOCAL NEWS. 1HI CATTLE DK1VK. Jntlge Beverley, of the firm of t right. Beverlev ih Co., who is now in Texas, write that lii cattle drive inisjear will bo at least 179,00!) head. A private letter was received from Dr. Tnmaine. Feb. 37. who was in Washing ton. D. C, on that dav, in which he writes that the mail route for Tuscosa is all right. In toe Kansas Legislature a bill is pend iug authorizing school district number one. Foote coiintr, Kaua. to vote bonds fur the treciiou of a school houe and fur nishing same. Bill lossd the House. We find the following in au exchange: The Atchison. Topeka &. Santa Kb Rail roail Company advertise an excutsion for jucspertors and land buyeis. to leavo Troy, New Yort. March 11. for Kinsley. Faro $::i.25. and round trip tickets, good for forty days. $51. THE Wl.TDaiLt,. Tho wind null dots the prairies of Kins 8.T. It lias becomo an indispensable part ef the farm and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 March 1879

the1 dodge tmymESri CBscuinin,ri;finitrtr;iii itmn. r s a NICHOLAS H. KLAINE,--- Editor. A VKQESD OF COLOaNE. lit UKtT HAUTE. Above the bones feUl'rsulaowns, And those ol the Virgin she chaperons; Above thelHiats, Anil the bridfo tbnt floats. And the Rhine, aua the steamers' smoky throats, Aboie the chunnevs and quaint Wed roof. Above the clatter ot wheel and hoofs, Aloe.Veirarlrfoiicn space. Above that consecrated place When the genuine bone- of the Magi wen are. And the dozen shop of the true Farina; Higher than even old llohestrasse, W hose houses threaten the fluid passer ; Above them all. Through scaffolds tall And spires like d licute limbs In splinters, Tlie great Cologne's Cathedral stones Climb through the storms o( eight hundred winters. Unfinished there. In high mid-air The towels halt like a broken prayer; Through vcars belated, Unconsummated, The hopes ol Its architect quite frustrated; us viry jouiu, Tl.ey say, forsooth. With a dicsilfully shocking story mated. And el ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 March 1879

TO CORRESPONDENTS. AU communication: for tliU pa pvrshonld be accompanied by the name of the author, not neceHarilr for publication, but as evidence of good faith" on the part of tho writer. Write cmly on one side oi the paper. He particularly cartful In ffUin; names and dates, to uue all letters or Jlures plain and distinct. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Personal and Literary. Gen. Jubal A. Early says it is not true that he is going to prepare a school history cf the War of the Rebellion, as stated on the authority of a Southern newspaper. Joaquin Miller has written a play for Kitty Blanchard, called "49 " Miss Blanchard, however, is somewhat du bious about playing it, as she fears that thoe figures may be taken as her ago. The Vatican is to have its own journal, published in Italian, French, English, German and Spanish. All the papal briefs and allocutions in the orig inal text, but with translations, will ap pear in it. The exiled editor of the suppressed German socialistic paper, The Tocsi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 March 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. I)ODGi:CITY. SATURDAY. MAR. 8. T9. OFFICIAL CUT AND COUKTT PAPEE. -a SUDSCUIITIOX: 12 00 per year, in advance niCIIOI.AI It. KUMC, Btlllor. A PATB.OL ON THE FEONTIEB. Herewith we gtre in full the bill wtith ji3sij the Kansas Ilonse lut week, which jirotiiles for a militar j contingent fund and a patrol guard on the frontier. We deem this a wbe moTement, and rrgird it the most sensible thing yet undertaken bj the Kanaas Legislature. An efficient guard of picked men will be a guarantee of safety to the hundred of settlers who are locating in the counties in the western and southern parts of the State. The bill fully explains the purpose of the patrol force, and we hope it may become a law. We do not apprihend any danger from Indian incursions, but it i well to be fro- Tided against suck pcweiLUilits, A patrol guard would give timely warning, and also warn Mr. Lo to keep within bis own bounds. llotli the Bute and military authorities are fully prepared against ano...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 March 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES- LOCAL :jews. DODGE CITV. SATURDAY. MAK.S.T9 DUTCH HENRY. Capture of the Leading Horse Thief of the West. "Dutch Henry." ll.e totorio u hor: U ief. I a sed thioagh Poeblo Jlurl.J list, ajj the Chle'tain oi last Sunday, in charge ol I)-puiy Unitit Sia'w Marshal Charles Joae, of Wichita, Kaosaa. He was caj lurtii at the Comm-rcial Hotel ia TunidaJ, on WtdLe-diT evening of lift w.ek, nln thence t j Denver auj on h 3 ajr 10 Wichi ta. Fiom the Denver Tribune e dip the fclIoiug account of him : Some it ree years ag Henry stole twenty routed whicu belonged tu ibe UuTernuieut and which were athiioned itar Fort Smith, lu Arkauaa, bear the lice of the Indian .Territory The malts were urazU and opuly oriven cfT. ai.fl thirre was uu doubt at to nbo d d ll.e wjrk. Henry wa ovtr uLeu and airest.d ly ihe ljj,i trd feja'e au tlrorstie and ioe guilty without a U ubt. He wam;iitci.cc 1 lu ftrve a Una iu the uenite 1 iary at hard JatKtr. lie b.okeouc, aud tleaied lor other rjuirtt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 March 1879

-TUR-KAJIS'S JJSl'JL- Tui- Kahn came from JKjVhnra Uwn In Harms, canton ol renown. Sly head is sick, my hand are by help, O holy man,! sett"" weak; Tby In silence marking tor a space The Khan" red eyes an'l purple face, ( Thlek voire , nnd loose, uncertain tread, Tiiuu hast u devil," Ilauiza (aid. "Allah forbid!" eiclaliued the Khan, ' IMil me of lilra at once. ) jnan I" " Nay," I lainza said. " no spell ol uilno Can "lay that cursed thing ol thine. " Iav c ica't and wine, go tortli and drink "IV liter ol healing on tbe brink "Where elf arund cold from mountain snows. Jluf ;tahrel Aeocn uownwaro. nows. "Six moon remain. thenfiHhc Uxne; May Allah's pity go with tlioot" Awe struck, from least and w Inc. tbe Kbail Went forth wiierc Xuhr el ebon nin. lloots were his food, tbo desert dust ills bed, the water ipicnchcd hid thirst. And when the slith moon's rclmetar -Curved sharp above tho evening star. He sought again tbe santou door, ot weak aud trembling its belore. Hut strong of limb a...

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