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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 April 1879

ITEMS OF INTEREST. Pinoaal aad Utorary. work by Victor A nr wnrlr BT ICtOr 11UZ0. 'Toute la Lyre," is announced for pub lication in Slay. Mr. G. P. Lathrop, the husband of Hawthorne's daughter, has bought the Wayside estate at Concord Haw t home's old home. Albert Rhodes and Edmond About are among the few writers who can find ready market for their work in both the (French and English languages. Tennyson, the poet laureate, isvis iting his brother poet, Aubrey de Vers, at Limerick, Ireland. He Intends in troducing the siege of Limerick and some of us heroes in his next poem. The great Catholic paper to be printed in seven languages will soon appear in Rome, the Lateran palace having been set apart by the Pope for its composing, editorial, and translating rooms. Mr. Charles Dickens, the novelist's son, is compiling a Dictionary of Lon don, which aims at presenting, in a concise form, an intelligible epitome of every kind of practical Information about ixniaon. Kraszewski, the Polish ...

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. — 26 April 1879

Tp DODGE CITY TIMES, DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. APBIL 28. OFFKAL COT" AND COUNTY PAPIE. ass 8UBSCIUITION: t2 00 per year. In advance DICHSLM B. KUllfffK, Editor. THE CHEYENNE INDIANS. yt on the H 'ar-ralk, bi Ranting Corn An IrUa-eMinj Jittlcrfrom the A gait, Major John D. Jfifct. Wichita Esgle, I7th. Cketekhe and Abapahoe AaESCY, Darlington, I. T., April 12, 1879. M. M. Mardock: I notice, in this week'a Eij!e, "Cheyennes on the War-Plb," and in reply would say 'hat there is no foundation for the report eirea you. The Indians hare scattered oat oyer the lteserratioo, and at present are making a laudable effort at plowing np their corn patches, and fencing some. One party of Cheyenne, confuting of about forty men with their familus, did leaye the agency about ten days ago armed with axes and four weeks rations, to cat wood for Lee A Reynolds, wood contractors, at a new poet In the yicinity of Barrel Springs, about screnty miles northwest ol this Agency. "Little Chief and band of Northern ...

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. — 26 April 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SUPPLEMENT. DODGE CITV. SATURDAY. APRIL 2fi. OFTICIAL CITY AND COUUTT PAPER. SUBSCmrTIOX: 00 per year, in advance KICHOLAI B. KLAIXE, Bdllor. DODGE CITY. An Enterprising Kansas Toon lU Bui- rimCulllc Trade Improitmatts, Etc. Correspondence Atchieon Champion Dodoe Citt, April 14, 1879. Same people j it it was not for the Texas cattle trade, Dodge City won'.d not amount to anything. An; one who aw the town a few years ago might ssy this without fear of contradiction; but if these people want to see a solidly prosperous town, let them see Djde to-day. Before going to Dodge, I was told to Hay away; that it was not safe to be on the streets after night; and that it was run by robbers, pick-pockets and rowdies. Just the reverre of this is true. 1 visited this town in November last, 'and formed the same impression of it then that I did to-day that it is as moral, quiet a busi ness center as any town on the Atchiion, TopekaA Santa Fe railroad. There had been a city ele...

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. — 26 April 1879

NEAR THE DEPOT iTZZiTSfi& 3535S5?KSSZ'SS23 i23Z12SSS2S255SrfS'3:-f5Sf3':Sil fTJi3 &iwm WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DbBI r " firaiBlv HO USE. i' V LARGE LTSB OF DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HATS and CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, NOTIONS, GENTS' WEAR, fcc. Va MUIERT DEPARTMENT IN CONNECTION 5rf.A.'-frgV5 WE CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY IN OUR LINE. rmiSa?rereSgS?Zreg!S MM! II DEPOT W. W. Colo's New York and Hew Orleans Circus, Museum, Hippo drome. Menagerie and Congress of Living 'Wonders. Atru'tia. nt f e -ke- ill le plid lo learn th.t ihr j.roi-tlrtors of this faraccs cfUb'wL &Ll 1 -Tt. .cno-Lcd their iiuVAtun ol ex uiL-il'nj L r . It j- lnniljr in Co a;- toiay o.lcIi iiout i-ii cot tt l..mi..t nil ill fur ra ti v and mi;n:fic. Me ha. 1.0 tq -al on the r r.'i err. Or, fin trraaiu', loc.vtr, tha It tlion ill t enhanced It a fr? itn- ui I il.liiion. .Mr. tclr, with hi need tx t.t e tr. rif, h- iumed for t-xhilidou t ji , res ei fi.ri iti-. o the dhy I' e s-,Hs mar ai d o?an in the world, Mr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 April 1879

S. C. GALLUP & CO. MAJCUFACTURERS OP SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS Whips, Spars, Horse Brashes, Curry Combs, &c. REPIRINO EA"1LY DOSE. Special attention green to the MANUFACTURE ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. TIE LUMBERYARD OF BRENTKMAN BROS. & WEBSTER 13 THE PLACE TO GET ALL KINDS OF LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL, DRESSED OR UNDRESSED. Framing Timbers, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Moldings, etc YARDS SOUTH OF RAILROAD TRACK. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. YORK, SADDER & DRAPER WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALERS IX General Merchandise & Out-Fitting Goods BEY mm$, SOTS MB 3H0S3, FANCY GROCERIES AND QUEEXSWARE. FRONT STREET. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. JPUOPOeJAI.fi FOB FREM BBKa? A.-VU JIl'TTM. 1IICA1X1CARTI.ES DirARTMEHT OF THE MisJuum, office Chief Commissary OF SClMIsTENCE, hORT LEAVENWORTH, KAStHS. A.ril 1-t. 1S79. SEALED PROPOSALS, in triilc'fe. i h ioiy oiihis advert smnt attached, will bs icceived it thi i.t5ce and the cmiesof ihe Acting Oomraiwsriesol Sob-ei-fetx at ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 April 1879

CAGES AND IMITATES. 1 seems thit a sect of religionists, known IftS Me your hearts, e little bird. That you wokeiuewith uur alnglngl JlallnUytbe vernal air,. . t.iccts mc, from my pillow ppnsgUv;! Andthelitteblrdssango.i,y ttadlstuilM-d by my appearing; - l ", 11110 and tru tful, tin re the) sat;1 t With their hytnns tbe morning cheering. For the darlings noticed not finan I Hlvly hpiead around them. Till their little tut w ere caught In tlic tbriads that clo-ly bound them. LwryroomO thought, thelrsongs shonlda tlirlllo) Joy send through me; Andot happtne the deep becrct they would whlier to roe. .Ah my error I won found a),whattlllnessflss come o'er yon? Inn golden palace lodged, lie Melius food and drtnJt beforo j ou I Hut no nnswerdid they clie. I Viking wildly at tbe wire; And notnoming grenade Can I w in lor love or hln. O Many a grand and stately thought llnund n musing tnlnd will nutter. Which, u Itti sweat ot brow and bruin. Caught In rhyme, I f aln w ould utter. Jltit mi tn...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 April 1879

HIXTS FOR THE HOUSEHOLD. Indian Cake. 2 cnpfuls of cornmeai, i cnpfnl of floor, 2J cnpfuls of sour milk, soda to sweeten, 1 egg. Scotch Cake. 1 pound of brown su gar, 1 pound of flour, i pound of butter, 2 eggs, 1 teaspoonful cinnamon; roll very thin and bake. Pearl Cake. cup of butter, 2 cups sugar, 2 cups flour, 1 cup cornstarch, 1 cup sweet milk, whites of 6 eggs, i spoonful of soda and i spoonful of cream-tartar. , Jackson Buns. I cup of butter, 1 cup sour cream, 3 cups sugar, 2 eggs, 4 cups of flour, i teaspoon soda. This batter will be quite soft; dip it out with a spoon and place far apart in the pan. Lemon Sutler. lj cnpfuls white sug ar, whites of 3 eggs, yelk of 1, grated rind and Juice of a lemon and a half, or 2 small ones; cook over a slow Are 20 minutes, stirring all the while. Very nice for tarts, or to be eaten as pre serves. Lemon Fie. 1 good-sized lemon.grate the rind and squeeze the juice; 14 cups of cold water, 3 soda biscuits, yelks of 3 eggs, and 1 cup of sugar...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 April 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. LOCAL NEWS. ODGB CITT. SATURDAY. APRIL 3C Heavy rams cast nud west 1 ho foundation for Wright's Hotel is under way. There was a breeze Mondajr. It was a fearful windstorm. Everybody felt glad at tbe welco-no fall of rain, Tuesday. Senator 1'lumb has our thanks for Iiuhlic docununts. The raiu made the grass green, which is now gro wing nuely. 1 lie 1'imks ollice will lie found lu tha ltw building after ibis date. Sunday last was hurricane day. The wind and dust was intolerable. Our garden truck was safe batons the rain, bat It it safer since the rain- L. K. McGarry, af Cimarron. Post master, and agent for the Town Company, called Tuesday. Attorney Jones savs bis onions are doing ell since the ram. lie says he will have a bno crap. Tha Offerla Press is the latest venture by A. Franklin Gage, editor. We wish it abundance of success. Dr. W. F. Miuuu. of Iierriaa SrnniM. Mich. , is in the city, and expects to lo cam and practice bis prolcssiou. 1 he Times office, af...

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

DODGE CITY VOL. V. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, MAT 3, 1879. NO. 51. TIMES. LOCAL NEWS. " TDK C'ATTLi: BU1VK Charles 5. Ilunsterfotil rcturt'cil from the Canadian 1 ueridav evenitttr. He says it was inputted that the lut hrU of ihnmeli Texas cattlo would arrive at tho Ciui-irron river'lliarsilay. and after craz iKff for a lew d.iyfc tho cittlo would bo Invent to D.xJga Citv. Till- drive is at least a month later than usual, but from this li up fu.-.vjrd we mar expect to lii-ur ot morn arrivals. SOLDIKBV IIOJIESTIiADS. Messrs. Cook &. Farwell, real estate nsent-, of tni cUr. addressed a letter to me Commissioner of tho Laud Office, at Washington, in relation to Homestead liliutts Uv soldiers in actual service, aud leccived tue Mlnning roulv: "tioldicts m regular army' cannot ao nnire till to land tinier the Homestead law wiibont actual settlement and con unions residence and cultivation, the saniuas anv other person." iiai'tj-.!- cuihui obg1niz1 tio.v A meeting for the purpose ef organizi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 May 1879

THE DODGECITY TIMES. SCnCt:inil): A!0lwT lr,ln Idtinrt. NICHOLAS B. KLAIXE, - Kditor. A yrKAXUE MUUliEU. The Kllllpof .loftlitli Raron'bf'llr.aimiel 1. liwlfnnt In !nn 1'ranc Urf. r-an FnwrUco Chronicle. The mnrder of Josiab Bacon, on Sun day morning, at ihc Baldwin Hotel, is one of the strongest on the criminal rtcord of this city. A man, while pre paring ouietlviu his room for cburch. hears a knock at his door, opens it, en counters a person who, with scarcely a word, shoots hiru, ana nc laws ueau The assassin walks out of the hotel. Xo ono is disturbed. '1 lie occupants of ad' joining rooms aro breakfasting below, Only one person on the floor above hears the shot, scarcely londer than an echo, but tninks nothing of it The dead man lies on the floor of his room, the door being ajar, all the forenoon, the life and bustiu or the great uuildiDg gome on around him. The situation suggests that in Hawthorne's "House of tho Seven Gables," where Jndgc Clifford sits in an arm-chair in his ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 May 1879

ITEMS OF INTEREST. Perianal and IJterarr. Mary L. Booth, editor of Harper's Mazar, is described as a matronly look ing woman, with no nonsense about her. Mrs. Matilda Fletcher of Des Moines. Iowa, has been offered 3,000, for a lecture tour in Colorado, upon " Social Science." Donald G. Mitchell is writing a his tory of the republic of Venice, tho ma terial for which was in part gathered by him while Consul in that city in 165U-55. Sir. W. S. Gilbert, author of 'Tin afore," is atall, lank, raw-boned Scotch lawyer, with sandy hair and whiskers. His face is usually wrinkled with an ex-prc-iion of great nervous irritability, and his temper is of the shortest. Tennyson as Laureate has written 3. poem dedicated to tho Princess Alice, which leads the Echo, of London, to re mark that it is catisfactory to know that he is "doing something far the 100 he receives annually from the people's taxes." Two of the mo'-t striking figures in the Paris salons arc Iran Turgencff, with his imposing stat...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 May 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATUKDAY. MAY S. SUBSCIHITIOS: J CO per year, io advance fCICIIOLAS H. KLAIIfE, Editor. A census, rectntly coxapleiet, shows that Wichita has a total population of 5.22-5, anil S75 families. There is considerable activity hy School districts lu ih matter of i suing bjnds and building school hens. At ibe next meeting of the School rund Cummiesionets the question of the purchase of the funding bond of quite a number of Kansas cities will be connderro. Kt and Trego crontirs are about lo or cani chool dielricis, under the Iw iisis-d at tlm last sessicn of tin Legislsturr, per mitting sach organisations in unorgimrfd counlir. Moat of the nnorcanixed counties of the S'ate will crganiis school districts at an early day. The authorities in New Ycrk having in hand the extirpation of the cattle disease, hate prohibiitd the importation of cattle frcm New Jeisey. It is alleged that pleu ropneumonia is JanReronslv prevalent in New Jersey, and that the prohibitio...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 May 1879

S. C. GALLUP & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS Whips, Spurs, Horse Brushes, Curry Combs, &c. REPAIRING XEA'I LY DOSE. Special attention given to the MANUFACTURE ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. TIE LUMBER YARD OF BKCSTKMAN BROS. & WEBSTER 13 T1IK PLACE TO GET ALL KINDS OF , LUMBER AMO BUILDING MATERIAL, DRESSED OR UNDRESSED. Framing Timbers, Sash, Boors, Blinds, Moldings, etc YARDS SOLTII OF RAILROAD TRACK. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. One Exhibition Only, at 1 o'clock, P. M. m M1ER & DRAPER WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN General Merchandise & Out-Fitting Goods bsy gooss, BOOTS MB Bmms, FANCY GROCERIES AND QUEENSWARE. FRONT STREET, DODGE CITY, KANSAS. IMCOI'OSAI.N FOR rilK-m BSEI'iPBOFOML!) FOU IIAY A.XD OATS. A.1U JltilU.l. IJKADQCARTKR3 DETARTSIEST OF THE Mi-socri, Office Ciiief Commissar of cun3itTELE, Fort Leavlnwouth Kaissa. April I-t. lf79. riElLEu PROPOSALS, in triilcle O mi h coiy of thi n.lvert S'merit attached, will us re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 May 1879

HOW THEY SAVED THE COLOltS AIISASDVLA. " bat o the colors P shrieks a dying voice, and 101 Tiro horsemen breast lbe racing ranks, and go (In thy sacred list, O Fame' Keep each dear and noble name 1) fee, I hey flash upon the foe, KUreeas name And one undaunted foi m 1.IIJS a llruieb banner, warm With the blood-rain and ihe storm ot Isan- dnla " tavo the colors I" and amidst a flood of foes. At gllp. sword in band, each horseman goes Ai iiund the Heeds they stride Cling de iU ct luiwn-dj el, llctiiod! through butchering blows. How they ridel Their hordes' hoot es are red lih blol of dying and uead. Trampled down beueath their mad at Isan-djlal 5aic the colors'" They ere saved and side by hiuo The honwmen an im a raging river's tide They are .ife they are ajune Hut one without n groan, ltcr trotting nliny-ctcd. Drops like stone; nd btfore his comrade tine Can reat h his Kide, he too 1 alia. iniitn.u through and through at Isaii' dula! Lieutenant Net ill Joslah Ajlmcr Coghill (Twcnly-i...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 May 1879

HINTS FOB THE HOUSEHOLD. Terpentine will removo ink from white wood-work. Milk sonp b a very nice dish for children or sick people. Yelk of cgps is :u nourishing as the white, though a little heavier. To soften the bard, dry putty in the windows, wet it with muriatic acid. Onions may bo soaked all night without taking the flavor out of them. Rubbing the hands with a slice of raw potato will remove vegetable stains. Water can be purified in a cistern by dropping in a large piece of common charcoal. Oxalic acid will remove stains, ink and iron rust, but must not be allowed to stand long on the goods or paint. For all sorts of cooking except the sick room beef suet is preferable, be cause richer, easier dissolved and more digestible Bleeding of a wound in man or beast can be stopped by a mixture of wheat flour and common salt, iu equal parts, bound on with a cloth. A good wash for the teeth is made by putting equal parts of borax and camphor gum into a bottle of water and letting it st...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 3 May 1879

THE DODSE CITY TIMES. LOCAL NEWS. DODGE CITV. SATUKDAT. MAT 3. Our flaj is (till then. Geo. W. Tajler, of Spsartvllle, called oa Monday. Nlosty nouses have been built in Dodge City Ibis a,uiD.f. E. I'arrinh is happy. It Is a boy, and weighs nine poamls. The taw aid the hammer are still heard In these parts. The f tnial George Deiler has reluraed. after live Oionics aba nee. The Kinui City limes pars Harry E. Gry- -en a nice compiin.eni. 1 here was a line rain Saturday aflermon and nlgut lasi, efeianon femurs. We return thank tor tfce many congratula tions over the Due' new quarters. The Express office has teen moved lo the building iwouuors wesiot nouvera jiau Te hear Uie chirping of more numerous birds this spring, uvlllislloa attracts. Tie several sprinkles of rain were aggra vating. They were leasers for big rains. S. C. Gallup A Co., Saddlers, occupy the first Do-jroi tncnew iimesoe-cc uutiuing. mutton A Celborn have she finest law office in Wvfttern Kansas. 11 is neatly carpete...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 May 1879

r i , DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, MAY 10, 1879. NO. 52. VOL. V. rt s PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON &. COLBORN., K. W. BCTTo.f. K. I. COLBOBJL AITORMXS AT IW, DODGE CITT. KAN. one. t rt oracc Building:. HARRY E. GRYDEN, ATTOB.tBY AT UW, DODGE CITV, KAS. Will practice in State and Federal Courts. GEO. A. KELLOGG. ATTeBXKX AT LAW, DODGE CITY. KAX. Will pracllra ia the several courts of the State. Office with Jude CooL. T. S. JONES. ATTOB.1BV AT UTT, DODGE CITV, KAS. Office in theCart House. E. F. HARDEST', ATTOBXEY AT LAV. AND COLLECTING AGENT. DODGE CITT. KANSAS. Will practice in state anil Federal Courts. office in t.lulie Building, up stain. W. F. MASON. PHTSICIA AID DCBGEO.1, DODGE CITY". KANSAS. ty Office in the GLbe Building. -C3 Orders mar be 1 at Friager Drug More. D. S. WEAVER. PAMTEB. SlOt WlIIISO, GBAIHISa.CAKRIAOE WOBK DODGE CITT, KAX. CEXTE.f.'VaAIj BABBEH BHOr. GEORGE DIETER. Proprietor. Sltximg SLampoolnjrand Hair Cmttingdonols the latest taauion. W. J. HOWARD...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 May 1879

THE .DODGECITY TIMES. . SrilSCBlrTIOSl 6iOr lnr,lidtw. NICHOLAS B. KLAINE", - Editor. FARM TOPICS. CaBIIOI.IC Apil IN THE HOHSE STA- isle. t roin a desire to contribute to the valuable columns (rom which I have often denied considerable help, I ven ture to sing the praises of that vile smelling compound, carbolic acid. Ac cidentally I have discovered that noth ing I have used equals it for removing stable-stains from light-colored hornu. Reduce the acid with about forty times its bulk of water and apply with a sponge, rag or brush, rubbing well. If the stains are old, two or three applica tions may be necessary; but once using will remove all fresh decolorations. Carbolized water is also a cure for the ilryscald, from which some horses suf fer, uso it also lor wasningyour norses' legs, feet and fetlocks if you wish to prevent scratdtcs. Cor. y. Y. Tribune. Incomino Cows. The proper treat ment of incoming cows is very impor tant for their future condition. A cow may be easily spoiled...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 May 1879

ITEMS OF INTEREST. Personal and Literary. Maud Miller, daughter of Joaquin Miller, has made her first appearance in 5 speaking part on the stage in Oregon. She was a dancer at Baldwin's Theater, Sin Francisco, last winter. For his poem, "The Defense of Lucknow," and its prelude, addressed to the memory of the Princess Alice, making altogetherl27 lines, Mr. Alfred Tennyson, poet laureate, received 4300. Mr. Robert Browning is not a poet only; he is a theoretical musician of great technical learning and a practical musician and pianoforte player as well. Not to si op with this he is a draughtsman and colorut of no ordinary power. One of Mr. George Bancroft's thin little volumes of early poems was sold for 15 at a recent book sale in this city. Somebody told Mr. Bancroft about it. "An!" he said; "Pre plenty of them put away, and would have sold one for half tho money." Robert Browning, Berthold Auer bach and Mrs. Stowe are all C6 years old. Mr. Emerson is 75, Victor Hugo is 76, Tom Hug...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 10 May 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DOIXJE CITY. SATUKDAY, MAY 10. JSUBSCUIPTIOX: 2 GO per year. In advance RICIIOL.AM B. KLAI.XK, Editor. EABLY EXPEMENCES. The history of Kansas in ens of wonder, embraced in hardships, trials and reverses. There is do exception. We congratulate ouri-elres that the new settler philoophi caliy takes in (be situation, arid accep's the condition with true heroism. There are some wavering, hut v-e must admit that all do not pcswM the hardihood to go through the struggle of a frontier life. The great expectancy of milk and boner is reduced when in contact with, the rigors of the Cot rear out on the plains. For our part, we belicre the development is more satisfactory than we anticipated. Reducing a wild waste to a higher state of civilization is not the result of one years' labor. The process is slow, but it is sure. We must await our new dcrelopment and growth with Christian fortitude. The life of new countries is but a, rejwtition. We have less of the harden!) s tha...

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