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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 March 1879

HINTS FOB THE HOUSEHOLD. Jelly Cake. 2 cops sugar, i cup but ler, a eggs i cup mii, o tuj uuur, teaspoonful soda, 2 of cream-tartar; bake in layers. Noodles. es, 1 tablespoonful milk, a little salt; mix hard; roll very thin, dry, roll up, and shave like cab bage; put it in boiling water, stir with a fork; boil 15 minutes; season with butter, salt, and pepper. Co fee Cole. I cup sugar.l cup molas es,l cup butter, 1 cup strong coffee, 1 tea spoon cinnamon, a grated nutmeg, 1 cup seeded raisins, two small teaspoons soda; stir i llour until the mixture will drop from the spoon. This receipt will make 2 cakes. Brtad Cake. Dissolve a teaspoon of soda in a wine-glass of milk; strain it on 3 teacups of raised dough; a cup of lukewarm melted butter, 2 teacups suj: r. 3 e?s-". 2 teaspoons cinnamon ; fruit if voulike Work the whole 15 min utes; let ir stand 15 minutes before baking. Floating Island. Set a quart of sweet milk to boil, then stir into the beaten yelks of 6 eggs, flavor with lemon...

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 March 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. LOCAL KEWS. DODfiK CITV. SATURDAY. MAR- 8. TO Tom. Driir returned MooUaj romiliuf. Two frleodtof JaJgc Kelly pg armtlome dar jn. from low. There wit an attempt t rain Tuesday ere- nlaR. lucre waa a aiigiu tprinfci There li & place in Ford county called Mood. chlfae. Wc L1. next bear of lu&thlt:, T, 8 Jonrn, Atlornry, retarned Wr'Inefedaj', and baa taktu tip a ptrm&neni location In Dodge otr. Ill KoIr returnM Monday, fir MTeral -eek.at,tnce la the eat, much .mi-roved In )ialtb. AUjuUnt-rcnnU V. S JCobie ravelin a call Xondar W fuund hiin an ajjreeabl aud jIca u:C talktr It. K. Ulce, o! Ilw firm of S C Gallup & Cj.. returned Won lay uizul. aiter fetvtrral monliu' abtence at I'utbio. TIitb w Cne log, wblrh cnreloppd tMs settlor., Ttiu radar morning. Wba aaj this la droathr Kanaka? Mrt.b J. O'JJrien, wife of Charlci O'Jlrlen, died Monday raornlog Lut, aicr a long and pain, fulillurfeftui Lrart Uiseaie. Hie Agitator is the name ( the new Hodge man cu...

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 March 1879

- &. ? t r, DODGE CITY TIMES, VOL. V. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, MARCH 15, 1879. XO- 44- .- - LOCAL NEWS. In almtit fix weeks It will bo called Ileadville. The KsuTas Ia-gi-slaturc adjourned on WednesCav. Tlio lVatiotly Oaztto has enlarged to an eight column pajier. II. C. Aslibjiiab. or tlie Kansan. has lieeu appointed postmaster at ewton. Gate, Missouri's State Treasurer, has Leen Initntl net eauiy uv mo jury u tried hiui. i r..i.iihiLfl Ir.ninn rhief Moses and his hand is anticipated by the people of Oregon. . Nearly half a million of Menem dollars vrero -nt to Europe last week, and still the supply is m excess or me uemanu. Tim 1 imni Mum Art. recommended bv the Guernnr of Kansas and passed in He limine, failed ill the Senate, the vote heme 11 for ami 11 against- Reports from Leadville (rive an ft hi nz but a cueeiiug account ot the condition of hundred of men who hive rushed there with empty pockets, expecting to jump into a bonanza on brst urinal. liven the Leads illc papers advi...

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 March 1879

THE D6D6miTT"Rri)flB? - i BCDHCBIfTKIIl $100 ir Trar.ln Ut.oc NICHOLAS Jl. KLAINE, - Kdilor. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Peraonal and Utmry. Walt Whitman has improved in health and expects to lecture. O'Donovan, the sculptor, is model ing a life-size medallion head of llayard Taylor for the Society of American Ar tists. H. H.," Mr. Helen Hunt Jack son, the poetess, who married a wealthy miner of Colorado Springs, has one room which is entirely ornamented with Japanese fans. Mrs. Iloso Hawthorne Lathrop, the daughter of Nathaniel Hawthorne, has completed herfirstnovel.and it will soon be printed as a serial in the Boston Cou rier. liayard Taylor's translation of "Faust," in the opinion of the Saturday Jlevicw, is "oe of the most remarkable feats of translation achieved in any modern language." Tbu poems of the late Richard Rcalf, with a biographical "ketch by Col. It. J. Hint'in, will be published some time during the spring. The work is intended for tho benefit of Realf's child. Mr. llrct Ha...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 March 1879

TO CORRESPONDENTS. AHconimuniiatioiifortbipaperhouldb accompanied by tbe name of the author, not nr.t.Narilv for nublicatlon. but a c ideneo ol iroodfultlionthepart of tho writer. Write onlyon oneMdeof tlin paper. He particularly careful in Kilns names and ilatei, to have all letters or ilurcs plain and distinct. LOCATING A CLAIM. Bow They Ho It nt ladYllI-Dlrt Worth from 500 to SI 1,000 a Wagon-load. ICorreipondence Chicago Tribune. Many theories hare been advanced as to the origin of this vast bed ol silver, which seems to underlie the entire tri angle at the base of which the Village of leao.vlHe IS aii.uau:u. c.jkpviicuv.o uw shown certain facts, however, which are not to be contradicted, and which serve as gnideboards to the miner in his jour ney down into the bowels of the earth. In order to explain more fully, I pro pose that the reader accompany a dig ging expedition. Let us suppose that Smith and Jones become " pards," and start out on a prospecting tour. If the country ove...

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. — 15 March 1879

TEE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGECITY. fHTUKDAY, M.Vn.15. 7X OFFICIAL CUT AND COUNT! PAPER. WRIGHT, BEVERLEY &C0. COFFEY & 3LUISH. WHOLESALE AND UCTA1L IKALLUSIN 1 STOCKBRANDS. ). SHEEDY.1 DRY GOODS, SruSCKIITlOV: tiM jwryrar, la ailvanct '- mm?mm&m niCIIOLAt II. KI.AI.Xi:, E.llliir. THE FUEL PHOBLEM. One of the nol serious elections to life in tbe ".'r nt" may be Ijunil in the aearcilr of fu-U Ytars fo, before a. few hard settler! bad dtmonfetraled that ibis waa one of tl.e most prolific agricultural countries in the world, an army of iieople, who mi cot into the fu'ure, went Ihtir aev tnl iji into the narrow belts of timber rkirtiD; the streams in Ibis regicn, and pro xmscuouIj rut from raiJroad and govern, inent land thousand of cord of wood. For ten rears an annual government contract of not less than one thoutinJ cords waa filled; and, while the natural timber sap J1I7 never would have been adequate to the demand, it was Ibu-Rita'Ijr reduced. Oar people will be comielled ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 March 1879

THE DODGE CITY TMES. LOCAL NEWS. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. MAR 15. 19 JemiiMlf T0 THE Pa)!fT. Bfeakevillk. March 5, 1379. T the Editor of law Tira. lluJHli-Kor autue time put there haa been cuiviiicnble la'k and complaint bout our county rfficiI, or nther one brr,ch tom.lioin if thjothr. Nov, I say to each one an end tn hi oaru business, and not interf-re wnh the other. Let the people m to that part, aa thv ill un doubtedly do at the poll Now, to aire job farther warniig, a. d to abow vou how we are tolled about. I will elate that one W. V. Johnston, the de'unct Railroad Land Agent at Speirrville, at a pnblic meeting, aaid that all the countr official are ao etu pitied with intoiictinj liinlia, and ao be numbtd, ttt they are a'raid to eloop down for fair ii falling iT.r, and said that he could hardly make one exception. Ho yi eec e ahail have to a oop up. I think h a mouth i. eo big it los-a him. H. B. Vas Voobbis, Deputy County Surveyor. SrtlRIVILLK, March 3, 1879. N. B. Klaisk. feVq: ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 March 1879

The ahadow ot iJiiijiiuuauUa fulls athwart uieiuiytirri r And the -.had-wAliimeldiethanps above the mountain' Uwl And the highAt Jitarfaand lowest wear the AndtheMniJet4crirrer flitted ere tho an KnJdbtd tutr U hod, For no ei es hare there been eer without a waryUjar, And t)Hj- llpfl can not bo human which nover braved a 1gh ; For without tho dreary winter there Las nev er been a year. Arid ttw a'lifts titatriclrfiio!9 in the caliuetuiuu)wky. x - So this dreary IhV ii paiislnR and we more amid It maze. And we. grope atonic together, hall in dark net, hall In Ulit; .And our henrts am often hardened by the in fterlf s of iiur wavn. Whim areiierr all In shadow and neer uh4Uv bright. ' o And our dim ejes ak altcacon, and our weary feet a irolde. And our Warts ol all life's mysteries, seek ,tl truiinlnf(fuid tlmJtey; And a cro (fleamn o'er 'our pathway, on It lianas the crucified. And he nnj-wen all our yearnings by tho wmfjict; j xouqw ji- Father liyan. - m9 TWO OF TlfM. In the fftnuhou...

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

Careless with Money. My friend was the paymaster of a largo railroad company, and one day he went out with $30,000 to pay the men. The money was wrapped up in an old newspaper, and he carried jt under his arm. He stopped at a way-side hostel ry for dinner, and left the money on a chair when he went out. He had not got many miles from the place when he missed it. He flew back and asked the woman if she had seen a parcel. " There's a bit of newspaper on the chair beyont," aaid she; " perhaps that's it;" which it proved to be, and my friend re turned a htppier and a wUer man. An other circumstance : A man I know off lost a roll of bills amounting to $10,00(1 They, also, were tied up in a newspa per. He told a friend, and thotwo talked over the loss and the probability of finding the money. I he f nenu maae him tell all the ground he had been over since he h id the money. The last place he was at was the post-office. The nieht was wet overhead and slushy un der foot. They stopped at the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 March 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES LOCAlSWS. OOUGn C1TV. SATURDAY. MAR. 1".. T9 l' iVrllTllFUfc MKPBTATHE.'lll,AUf.TItLr. HiPPE3infl I i aJaa.a.r J " " .... 11 ... inl. i.n, o i.i.xJtmfrnf Hon. IE. M. flight returns from Ins leg- " ' "' J?',f "L nv as held -The election ot the new Mhoolhouse I oelng ajlUled. fi. E Haddtr returned Saturday Irom a trip loTeias -Jacob Collar has pine to St Louis to buy goods. Henry Siurm it puttlne up a building on, IUlln.i4 arenue. -Samuel Msrshill h purcliu-d Mr. Cornell t house. , i. Hoover returned home last saturlay frnm hi eastern tritt. seeen nouie strayed from Hie ranch of ilrlgliapl A. Male. Saturday last. V L Kendall. Cot ntv Tieasiirer ol to ward county, made us a call Vi edncsd a) . The restive svage.-nJ.Talhe Injury of an occasional alrln; on Ihe Oourt Hoase stepl. t-r -llneil eonteinnlate nulling up sever al mat Collages on Military ateuue, to rent V large i iimbT of tirVet liia alrea ly b-en H,ld lor the Camilla Ur,.o Concert, which takes I law U-nuUt...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 March 1879

DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. V. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, MARCH 22, 1879. NO- 45- LOCAL XEWS. jitiii.Di.n!4 i:ni;cTKi axd i.t COI.K.1K OF KIUXTIO.X TuMnca retro-,ii'ctive view of llie imx jirovrmrais in Dodge Citr unco the Gr-t of January, anil notine tuo future, wo may !nolc for a'u rtiUrgcil ile?ieo of proiritv iu overv branch of inJustry and buiiut.?. l)o.lgo Citv a nndi-isoinKan entiro cbanee iu all of Us ailjif. K?al estate is chanc ing band', and tuerr it tlie eratifyltij; as surance that transactions in this lino will bo j:tatlv 1n1.re.1W. Smoutlio first ur Januarva largo num ber of reMilemra have been built, ami fcocralHtoro biue. Judge 15coriv"3 uiajtnilicint residence -was cotupleuil durinir llie u. liter, by Stroebel i.ilufty. Morris Collar rrecteil a store Loil.io on JUidi;-) street. Ho id .ilju llui'ikius a storr loom oa Chestnut street. A. 11. Webster's lino residence is rapidly ncartag completion, by A. T. Baike, car penter. Saaford it Caliion are rrectlne three dwelling houses f...

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 March 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SrusatllTIOX: S-0jr tiir.UMm NICHOLAS B. KLAINE, - Editor. TEMPTING FATE. The Trip Whlrli llo.lon Mn and 111 ntlt Will .Make In n Open Host. Krom tlin Itowton OloBe J t There never was a human being who accomplished a difficult and hitherto unprecedented feat requiring nerve, magic, muscle or endurance that bail not many imitators, and eventually a supe rior, who excelled in some particular. So it is with those fool-hardy adventur ers who cross the Atlantic in an open boat. First Capro and his wife, of New lied ford, went across in a dory safely; then the Andrew brothers, of South bos ton, a year or two later, went across in a still smnller boat, and made a snug little sum by exhibitions at Havre ana other cities. 1-ast Christmas a man named Burrill advertised to start on a similar reckless expedition, but recoH' sidcrcd his determination, and, it is said, will start in tho spring. Encouraged by the success ol these advcntureis, a new aspirant has determined to...

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 March 1879

TO CORRESPONDENTS, AUctmiinuniciitlonHforthtHpaperJhnuldbe accompanied bv tin nam of the author, not ncco-arily for publication, but as ei iilcncc of mKMlfalilionthupart of the writer. Write only on one title of the pnpt r. Ho particularly careful in (ririrj nameji ami ilate,to have all letters or figures plain and distinct. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Personal and Utetary. Munkasy's picture of Milton and his daughters, which figured at the Paris Exhibition, has been sold at Vienna for 840,000. Baron Ferdinand Rothschild has published a novel in German called Vroni," which is spoken of as a cred itable production. tittle Minnie Quinn, aged 12, of At lanta, has published a pamphlet edition of poems she has been writing since she was 7 years old. Woman' World says that President Eliot of Harvard University, the cook in the Parker Houe restaurant, Boston, and Mary L. Booth, editor of Harper's Bazar, each receive $4,000 a year. The memorial tablet on the house where John Keats, the poet, died, w...

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 March 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGECITY. SATURDAY. 1IAU.22. '79. official cirr and couxtt paper. SCnSCBIITIO.V: JOO peryt-sr, In dvanc MCUOLAtl B. KLAI.1B. Kdltnr. Ten thousand iiile mm loafing in Lead ville, end bread north quarter dollir a loaf. A Urire number of cegtoes hare recently arrived at Bt. Louis from Vicksburg and other poinU in Miasissippt and Louisiana, under the imprewion, they assert, that they would be provided with means of sub eiitance while there and free transportation to Kansas, where, on arrival, they are to receive land from the Government, money, mules, plows, elc More thin a thousand have alraadr arrived, most of them in a destitute condition. As no such provision as that above stated has been made for these people, tbey have evidently been grossly deceived for aome malicious purposa Two or three hundred had money enough to reach Kansas Ci y, and ttarted for that point. The mayor has isnued a proclamation of warn in;. 9 POUT FaTICK BOmS' From 7 A. M. to 8. P. at. M...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 March 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SUPPLEMENT. SCHOOLS FOH UNORGANIZED COUNTIES. , DODGE CITi. SATUKDAY. MAK.il. T9. OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAPER. SUBSCUIITION" : 8i ui per year, in advance NlCHOLjl!! B. KLAIMC, Ellllor. TEXAS CATTLE DRIVE. The Sin Antonio Express places the esti mate of cattle to be driven from Texaa to Kansas at 175,000 to 200,000 head. The greater portion of the drive will be yearlings and two-year olde. Prices are considered high, but holder are firm. The demand for cattle ie very good, but the transactions have been rather light of late, many who came here to buy preferring to wait for bet ter rates, or failing in that to take their chances after the cattle reach the north. The margin in the cattle driving business is now considered so close that buyers hesitate before they close a contract. Profita are es timated by cents, almost, to when they were formerly calculated by dollars. Cattle in western Texas are acarce, and with the little profit now made, there are many advo...

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 March 1879

Tbo Indians- Grr.tril Sherman'. p edge lo Mr. Becher that il the In liana ahonld be pi -d nml-r the care of the army, all religious denomi nilimui should have an fnuil daces in teicMnR nl drilling the tribe, comes fion a man who ii not i-i the abil nf aiy iog'hings bedc nol mesn. The qnestion ol llif lran er i f the Inrian Bursau cnBit be n g irdnl. in any a'rec, a a pereonal one, but t" is promise hut reassure Mm! whofear iht tmliurr nntrol will meaaan eod of religi km influnco. Leavenworth Timrt. JlT HOW Is tin lime rouse that Kinff of Remedies (or Ihr 111'H.J nml Unr Ai: iAI!ILl. . IIAX 1KI.IU.N,AM IDDIIIK lit' l,01'AIUM. It cum crMful-. Clironir Uti-umili-tni, anl tlis-r-issit the sktn, ami Mercurial aud ypaililic aff ctiuus. SEND YOUR ORDERS TO IAS. C. CONNOR'S J FOR i m b n vt mm & mvMvk LADIES' JD GENTS' 0 EbSfr sji iyj m dp l ut 11 hLbl r.:. . ! t ; . ::',:.-. r. . ..a iyJIJOT . ! 1 V'i:r Pf-lNi f I III,!!!! rrs uim IM LS t zA JEJlJg FINE STATIONERY, TOYS, ZEPHYRS, WOOLS...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 March 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. LOCAIi NEWS. DODGE CITY. SATUBDAY. SUR.22. "7 THE BUD USE. The Kansas Legislature clian-red the boucdaries of what Uknownas the "Deafl Liue." To the new comer, thin lim may be inexpressive. The "Dead Line" pre scribes the territory through which Texas cattU may bo driven. In other words, the territory l.unc west of certain de scnl-rd limits designated by law. is a quarantine. Tho purpose of this "Dead Line" U to prevent the spread of intec. ttoas dtieases, now nncommon in Texas cattle, and to protect settlements and im pnivemcnts in well settled counties. The Kansas Legislature changt-d the line from what it was last year. The lino com mrtices at the northwe.t corner of D-cas tux countv, at the Nebraska line, thence sou (Ii to the southwest of Decatur.thence to tho northeast tormr of Sheridan county, thence (.outh to the northwest corner of Hodgeman county , thence east totneceuterof Hodgeman conntv, tbeuce south through the center of Hodgeman and Ford counties...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 March 1879

I TRANSLATIONS FROM THE CM- XB8E. TUT KILL. -"Over irrren field and meadows a tiny rill ran. (The Utile precious coquette;) 8ho ww pretty sh knew, and thus early be gan Gb) ly flirting with all that the met- "Her fnvnrs on both aides she'd gracefully ShOWCT, llegardl-s of whom they wight be; One moment she'd kltt the sweet lips of a flower, Tho next lave the root of a tree. "She would leap from one rock to another In play. Tumble dou n on her pebbly bed ; ULii a naiad, let tho dazzling sun-smitten spray Fall In prismatic gems round her head. "MtnrUmQ she would bish herself Into rago. And nih roarlnir and sec thing along: Till a bit of smooth ground would her anger assuage. When she'd llquldly murmur a song." C1U"0 LIVG'S FLCTK. "Twas night; the tired soldiers were peace fully sIih pin?, Tho low hum of tolccs was hushed In re pose: When a low note on the night air came steal Ing. So soothingly over the senses It fell, fVi touehlngly sweet, so soft and itpiM-allng, IJke the lnualcal n...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 March 1879

HCiTS FOR THE HOUSEHOLD. Preventing Meat from Burning. Set a cup of water in the oven while baking. It will prevent meats or bread from burning. Scfl Gingerbread. 2 eggs, butter the size of an egg, i cap of water, ! cup of sugar, 1 cup mMasses, i teaspoonful soda, 2 cups flour. Bake in 2 tins. Fried Cakes. 1 teacup of cream, 1 egg, well beaten, piece of saleratns the sue of a hickory-nut, teaspoonful of salt, and flour enougn to maze tnem run out thin. Fry in hot lard until of alight brown. U'atTIes. 1 pint of sweet milk, 4 eggs, 1 large cupful of cold rice or hominy, a little salt, uonr to nmu a suu uautr, baking-powder in the proportion of 3 tessDoonfuls to a quart of flour. Farmer's Jelly Cake. I cup sour cream, 1 cup ol sugar, l ecgt smaii teaspoonful of soda; beat the egg and sugar together; add the cream, and flour enough to make a thick batter. Bake in round tins and spread jelly be tween. Corn Muffins. 3 eggs beaten light, 1 nint of buttermilk (if very sour use leas). 1 teac...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 March 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. LOCAE XBWS. 1 lie era's i growing green rapidly. C. G. Itnot is tb new railroad agent at this Mtioii. Jacoli Collar and xxifa arrived from tlio cast .Sunday morning. --Cbas. A. Gitcbcll, ft tho Kanas City Times, calnsl Wednesday. A glass seal found, which tlio owner can luiu uy calling at lulsoffice. M. 1!. WUoii located twenty-seven parties Meade county last xteefc. -Thern was a slight breeze Wednesday. It xas lifting, invigorating and dustv. Some interesting readme matter will lio found in ft supplement with this issue. Mis. Gco.k Cox, after Kirral months absence at Trenton, N. J., returned last eek Tlis Ford Conntv Teacher's Iastitnfe meets in Dodgo City. Saluidaj, , Hatch 2uth. (J. II Kennctt. who formerly knt il.nrv in this city, lias removed u Nicker win, Kansas. Win. U. Croslale was awarded the rontract fur building the poor house, at S1SI.7S. Now. ccutlv. tlie oM frontiersman seek enlistment in the Frontier Fatrol till lid. Kev. Adam Holm, pastor of the...

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