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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 May 1879

HINTS FOB THE HOUSEHOLD. The yelks of eggs are as nourish ing as the whites, though a little heav ier. Xerer put cigar ashes on gilt china, for it will surelv take all the gildding off. O.d potatoes may bo freshened by plunging tnem into cola water belore cooking tnem. The water used in mixing bread must be tepid hoi. II it is too hot the loaves will be full of holes. To brown sugar for puddings, put tnescgarin a penecuyurypan. lime pan is the least wet the sugar will barn and spoil both it and the pan. In making a crust of any kind do not melt the shortening. Let it be as cold as possible and knead it through the flonr. Melting it injures the crust. To make a clothes-line pliable, boil it an hour or two before using it. Let it dry in a warm room and do not allow it to "kink." By coating the top of the lower crust of pics with the white of an egg, it will absorb no moisture from the fruit or custard, and will come out of the oven crisp, and will remain so. To clean brass, immerse or...

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. — 24 May 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. LOCAL NEWS. DODGE CITV. SATURDAY. MAY H. You can find Lot stones on Boot Hill. Hon- woalil it do to look for bet bricks t Nearly an Inch of mm fell Saturday last. , z ' Countv Attorney M. W.'Sntton ia at-, tending court at Mediciuo Loge. The murcnrr in (be Kctmometer, Monday, (loud ut OS degrees. Adjutant General Nobis has organized a militia company in Meado county. Do creakers have lone ears t asks a friend. Why. yes; they are all ears. C. Jl. Gray till bat put in 2.000 en eel potato plants, on his farm on Duck Creek. The editor of the Globe has gone over the hills, feeling the stones, trying to find hat ones. The grass is growing finely. The first herd of cattle will arrive at this point about June 1st. T. il. Van Voorhis. of Speateville. has taken the contract te shear 4. 000 sheep for William Helm, near this p!aco. The editor of the Globe has Deen ice! ing of the stones on the hills, in an en dcavor to find a red-hot stone. Lloyd Shinn struck: water at the...

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. — 31 May 1879

J - p , DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, MAY 31, 1879. NO. 3. VOL.. VI. Lr jyOFESSIONALCARpS. sirrroN &. coliiokx. it. W. hUTTliX. E- V. COUKMTf. ATTOBNBVtt AT LAM". DODCK tllY. K V.N. Ofllre in I'nst OllUe ISuildlug. HARRY E. GRYDKX. attobnbv at law. dodge citv. kas. Will pmclici- In Slate and Krdersl Courts. GEO. A. KELLOGG. ATTSBMKV AT lW, DODGK CITY, KAX. "Will practice in the several court! of the Mate Office in Globe IIulMinK T. S. JOXEs. ATTOBNBV AT I. AW. DOIX.K CITY, KA. Office in the Gmrt IIoukc. E. F. IIAKDESTY. ATXeH.XKV AT E.AW. AND COLLECTING AGENT. HODGK CirY. KANSAS. Will rsctice in Mate ami Federal CourU. Office lu i;iikbr Building, up stairs. W. F. MASON. PHTSICIAM A.tiO MCBUKO.X. DODGE CITY. KAXtAa. jy Office in the Globe ItnilJinj.-Ca Orders mT lie lett at r'rinirer Drug "More. 51. II. MILLIGAN. PHYSICIAN A3B SUBUKO.X. DODGE CITY. KANS 3. EJ-office in rront of City Hotel. H3 D. S. WEAVER. PAISTCR. Fioi Wuiiinu Gbaixiko.Cakruge work DODOe, CITY. KAX. CB.I...

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. — 31 May 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES KIRSCKIPTIOX: 203r lor.ln llmme-. NICHOLAS B. KLAIXE, - Editor. iIUUI5(i CATTLE IS KASSAS. SAin very Itnlbl Observations from Ooo of the lltnirn Tim Tamlnj? of n llullr Anionic Catllr Tallin the Cattle llie HeKlrrii- iluljr imeralon. tKrum ilicXeir York Sun. It is the early dawn of a Slay day in weslcm Kansas. A sea of rolling bil ious of land extends in evey direction to the utmost reach of the vision. The plains are covered with a rich growth of bluejoinl and buffalo grass. A herd of cattle is sleeping in a corral by a creek cows, two-j ear-olds, yearlings, and calves. A few ponies arc picketed with long ropes on the prairie. A couple of saddles, blankets, and bridles hang on pegs by the corral bars. The scene is eminently peaceful. Occasionally a cow rises, and, walking to the salt bar rel, gently licks the salt, then licks her nose, as though she had serious thoughts of pickling it, so as to insure its keep ing over summer. But on reflection she concludes it...

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. — 31 May 1879

t ITEMS OF INTEREST. FtnoMl and Litem?. Mrs. Mvra Clark Gaines proposes to found a great library. It wUl proba bly be located in Hew uneans. Sam Small, the "Old Si" of the Atlanta Constitution, is writing a book aboat the " Fighting Alstons of Hali fax" and the Cox-Alston case. The German Empress Augusta has offered a prize for the best treatise on diphtheria that shall be published with in a jear. Mr 1'roude is parent of the last curious blunder, ana in his new book on C-csar speaks of that General ns return ing "with the light of twenty -victories blazing round his bayonets." The late Mrs. Sarah Josepha Hale was active in many excellent public un dertakings. She.' had niach to do with the completion 01 tne uunser 11111 mon ument; for 30 Tears she labored to hare Thanksmvincr Daymade a National hoi iday ; and she greatly influenced her old friend. Matthew Vassar. in the oreaniza- y tion of vassar college. fl 1'aul Morphy is harmlessly insane. He denies that be knows any tbing about...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 31 May 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. dodge crnr. satukday. may a. SUnbCKIITIOX: t:oo lirrjrar. In ariTanee .IICHOLK . KLAIXE, Editor. BAH.BOADS. Many imjwrunt railroad enterprise! hire bcu accomplished witbid the past few months and there are aereral project under hud way. The Chicigo, Alloa & St. luu nil' road has been finished and is in. running or der to Kansas City. Tbe Missouri Pacific railroad is preparing toeitend its line from HolJcn, Mo ,to point! in Southeattern Km sib. The &ligman road, or properly, the fit. Louil and San Francisco road, la alio moving toward Wichita. We refer to thil project in an article to be found in another column. With the deTelopment and growth of Weitern Kanua, we may look for adssnt ages from these enterpriaee. The ultimate points to be reached are the ailvar mines in Colorado, New Mexico and Ariiona. But tbe agricultural sod cattle interests of West ern Kantaa will i.rite these projects as they el jwly wend their way lo the silver districts. Thi countr...

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. — 31 May 1879

TIE LUMBER YARD BRINKMA BROS. & WEBSTER IS THE PLACE TO GET ALL KINDS OF LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL DRESSED OR UNDRESSED. Framing; Timbers, Sash, Doors, Minds, Moldings, etc YAKDS SOUTH OF KAILKOAD TRACK. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. S. C. GALLUP & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS Whips, Spurs, Horse Brushes, Carry Combs, &c REPAIRING NEAI LY DONE. Special attention given to the MANUFACTURE ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PKOMIT ATTENTION. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. YORK, HADDER & DRAPER WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN General Merchandise & Out-Fitting Goods bey mm Bm& md gnosis, FANCY GROCERIES AND QUEENSWABE. FRONT STREET, DODGE CITY, KANSAS. THE POPULAR. , Furnishing House ! J. C. CONNOR, DODGE CITY, KAN8A", LADIES' AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS! I'.tDKBU'EAB, IUMKRV, V1.VKEE NOTIOH AGENT FOR THE Victor Sewing Machine. Orders by Mail Promptly Filled. Farmers and Settlers STORE. M. COLLAR KEEPS A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF GOODS. Everything the Farmer want cr needs can be toti...

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. — 31 May 1879

OUT 1 THE STOKJU Sliu stood wilb Ibe open letter in her hand, trembling anl a-hen-pale, and at last had to clutch at the nearest chair to Veep herself from (ailing. " It is all over!" sho cried, after a while, putting be r hand to her forehead with a dazed look; "allovcr all over! And jet, oh, how I lovel him!" Tlie match between Lydia Trentham and Leonard Drake bad been a runa way one. Her family was richer than lib, and ambitious that eheshould make a great alliance, for she was beautiful and accompiHbcd, and bad. scca a charming manner that every body raved about her. When, therefore, she fell in love with Leonard Drake, who had but a comparatively small com petence, and no business knowledge whatever, her father angrily bade her to dismiss such a lover forever from her thoughts. Hut with Lydia, as with most romantic girls, this stem decree acted only as an incentive. She thought ber father unjust, and went on loving Drako more than ever, finally she eloped. From that day her par...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 31 May 1879

HI5TS FOB THE HOUSEHOLD. Persons troubled with feet that per spire or smell offensively can effect a cure by bathing them every nieht or often r in a strong solution of borax. Two or three week of this treatment will probably be found sufficient. When you cook the supper, think of the breakfast at the same time. While boiling the kettle for tea, make the mush to fry in the morning, or cook half a dozen potatoes. Ail like thin slices of mush fried brown, and the po tatoes should be sliced the long way and fried in butter; ccok'slowly and brown nicely. Among othtr problems the mis tresses of old-fashioned houses are call ed upon to solve isthepaperingof walls that nave been whitewashed. This may be done by scraping cfl" all the loose lime and apply with a whitewash-brush to the surface of the walls a coat of siz ing i. e., glue-water, made in about the proportion of pound of glue to 3 gallons of water. Soiled and dingy carpets can be cleaned and brightened by scrubbing them with ammon...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 31 May 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITV. SATURDAY. MAY 31. LOCAL NEWS. Tin Arkansas river still liooins. There was a fine tUowerot rain Mon day uiht. E. V. ColWu has cons to Hays City for a abort visit. XI. W. fiuttou reinrneil from Medicine, Ludire Sunday uionmix. Heavy rains on Crooked creek and Mulberry Sunday night. Too heavy rams north swelled Satvlog Creek to unusual proportions. Corse Deitcr lias opened a branch liartier shop adfoiuiuu the CIotM office. The family of Major J. fl. 1 bompwin Iiaio arrived, ami "ill make tbcir tome in this city. "When the Swallows Lomeward flr." Wo notica an increase in the number of swallows. Is thts sign of ruin 1 Dr. Tremaine will shortly cicct an of tico building on the, corner lot m block north of Wright's hotel building. l'rnf. LvBrand was in the citv Man dsv. His crop of JOU acres of wheat will average about 15 bushels to the acre. The Spearevilio News has discarded its patent bowels ami slurs a newspaper with a patent stomach, 'lust's very un k...

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. — 7 June 1879

s r I DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. VI. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JUNE 7, 1879. NO. 4- 4n PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTOX &. COL1SORX. M. W. SUTTON. E. F. COLBOUX. AlTeBXRVD AT LAW". dodgc CITY. KAX. Ufln ia 1'iMl Ofllce Building. GEO. A. KELLOGG. ATTOBXkV AT LAW, 1)0 DUE CITY, KAV. "Will practice in the imril courts of the Stmti Office In Clobe Building IIARRV E. GRYDKN, , ATTOB.tEV AT LAW. DODGE crrv, KAS. Will practice In Stmle and Federal Courts. T. S. JONES. ATTOBHIIV AT LAW. DODGE CITV. KAS. Office In the Court House. E. F. IIAHDKi-TY, ATT0BXKY AT LAW. AND COLLECTING AGENT. DODGE CITV. KAN'S VS. VV'ill practice in slate and Federal Court. Oiice lit Globe Iluilsinz, up stair. W. F. MASON', PHMICUX MD sCBCEOX, DODGE CITV. KANhVS. y Office in the Globe lSillIdinz."v2 Orders mar be lilt at Frlmer'n Drug Store. M. M. MILLIGAN. PHTatCIAM MU NlRCKe.t, DODGE CITV, KANSAS. $3" Office in front of City Hotel. -ta I1EINKMAX. BROS. & WEBSTER. LCJIBEK OI1L1U. DODGE CITr. KAS. V ards south of ICailroa...

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. — 7 June 1879

Till: DODGE CITY TIMES. scnscKirrioxi Sioapr itir,iiiidii. NICHOLAS B. KLAIN'E, - Editor. llYDIIOl'HOIllA. miiiic I'ofiulnr Krrnrs llrcarrilnc the !! ate, mill titnr I'rartlcal stiigcealtolia. l rora the Xew York Min.l The ccner.l ot the drg d8 will food attract popular attention to the subject of hydrophobia. So-callid mad dogs will infect our thoroughfares, and the policeman's legs, club and revolver will be devoted to a new class of victims. The annual Dog law will bo duly pro mulgated, and a small army of officials will pursue and ensnare the canine vagrants of the town, and bear them triumphantly to the pound. Under tbtee circumstances, it may bo judicious to consider the question of hydrophobia from a reasonable standpoint, and to afford information of a positive charac ter to the ignorant and credulous as tq what is really known about it, and, more particularly, as to what measures ;ire most feasible to protect the community against its dangers. The recent bench shows in this...

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. — 7 June 1879

ITEMS OF INTEREST. rmoul and literary. "Comniodoro Kollingpin" (Mr. J. II. Carter) recently delivered a lecture in St. Louis, in aid of tho fund for the relief of the family of tho lato M. J. Dalton, mate of the relief-boat Cham bers. A handsome sum was realized ior a praiseworthy object. Ossehasonlito Irodalomlortenelmi Zapok is the title of a little fortnightly journal published in Kolozsvar, Hun gary, whose columns contain original articles in French, German, English, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Norse, Swedish, and Magyar. Often tho po ems are followed by translations into several languages. Miss Blanche Willis Howard, the author of "One Summer," has become a permanent resident of Stuttgart, where sho has taken the place of the late Ferdinand Freiligrath, the poet, as editor of Hallberger's Illustrated Jour nal, the fortnightly eclectic, printed in .English, which has a largo circulation on the continent. Miss Fanny Barron of New York, who has carried the maternal instinct into...

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. — 7 June 1879

THEDODGEQTYTIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. JlXK 7. SUI!CKIIT10Nt tS CO Jrtr, In atltance .1ICHOLA1 H. HIJtl.1i:, Billtnr. THE CATTLE TRADE. In conversation with a ruininenl cattle roan the other day, we learned that theie wont I be a larger drise next jear than for the paH two jcitK. He mjt a large number of cos have Leen kejit in Trxaa this year for breeding puri,ose3, which will greatly e we 1 the na aiber of joung cattle for another Year's drire. From him we gather a cor roborating statement regarding the probable tendency cf the cattle business. Texts is fist settling up, but a great Dumb r of cattle niters are enclosing large tracts ot land lor pastures, for the cultifation of cattle. Texas will always find a market in Kansa, so long as the drive can be made without detriment to the cattle drorer and to then tillers on our 'borders. Our ioforisaxt drove np a large herd this year, following a new trail, west of the old trail. He belieTei Dodge Cur will retain the cattle trade I'nti...

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. — 7 June 1879

F. C. Z IMME EMAKN, THE OLB BELI1BLE BE1LEB IX GENERAL MERCHANDISE, HARDWIRE, Tinware, STOVES, and the Best Agricultural Implements Pumps, Crockery, and Glassware, and LUMBER. Agent for tie genuine Agent far the celehra'ed SINGER 8EWIftG MACHINE CHAKTER OAK STOVES and JOHN DEERE PLOWS. and LEAVENWOKTII STOVES. !!. fTBB WIXB HILLS. All kinds of FIREARMS and AMMUNITION. FIREARMS REPAIRED ON SHORT NOTICE. S- C. GALLUP & CO. MASJJFACTUKEKS OP SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS Whips, Spurs, Horse Brushes, Curry Combs, &cr REPAIRING NEA'l LY DONE. Special attention given to the MANUFACTURE of ORDERS WILL RECEIVE rEOilPT ATTENTION. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. York, n adder & iraper, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN General Merchandise & Out-Fitting Goods B8Y 9B, S9OTS AB9 SH0ES, FANCY GROCERIES AND QUEEJfSWARE. FRONT STREET, DODGE CITY, KANSAS. Q. M. HOOVER WHOLF.SALE DEALER IN WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS Manuracturtr of SODA WATER, Sarsaparilla and Cider. AGENT FOR Anhcuscr's Bottled Beer. N...

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. — 7 June 1879

AFTER DUSK. Ia!e gleam the stars In the dark sky, 1 he yellow moon hang: low, ThO Utile w hilc topped w a Yelets rtf ft Dn loom jrfrt nc.j", and Tippling flow in Into l.intnjr pool- ( ere alow Ttinsllvei eel twiu to and fro. And whli a cling ol wins on hlu Tiro wiM swans beawara fly. Tho wa's aolt wa.i among tho v, eeds Swaj s hush! ally away; The van blue heron Hoars and-ftpeedj Hack to the inland marshes gray, Uhrre Jiardly ccr wind breaths fray The brooding waters day by day; And from j on ttea marge ! tull ret-da The loou his shy mate leads. Afltful falling wind doth stir. And Hob as wepl o'er Snnmdcep down wneworncpulchre; Till reaching the dim silent shore lumuttlc mingletli with the lore llj wave DiingBoftlyTcnnore. Hash I all is mill av ono last whirr Of dotCH In yonder flr. Good Words. LQUNQISa ABOUT. They are lounging about in the stores and naioonH, They are telling old etorlus and whistling old tuned : And the look rf their clothes, which arc feeedyund thin. Clearly proe...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 7 June 1879

HINTS FOB THE HOUSEHOLD. Borax is preservative of fresh meat, either dry or in solution. Rnstv stove-DiDes can be ranch im proved in appearance by simply rub ding them over with a bit of woolen cloth moistened with kerosene oil. This should be done of course when there is no fire in the stove on account ol the explosive character of the kerosene. A moth-destroying tincture is made as follows : 1 ounce of gum champor, and 1 ounce powdered shell of red pep per are macerated in 8 ounces of strong alcohol for 7 days and then strained. With this tincture the furs or cloths are sprinkled over and rolled up in sheets. This rcmedvis used in Russia under the name of "Chinese tincture for moths," and is found very effective. The good suggestion is made in the Ecrald of health that all painted inside woodwork should be kept covered with a coat of varni-hto render any deleteri ous ingredient of the paint harmless and the cleaning more easy; also, that if you will paper the walls, paper of the s...

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. — 7 June 1879

rf THE DODGE CITY TIMES- DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. J USE 7. LOCAL NEWS. mw tl.OTBITO 5D T0KK. irPLViipiiBtfitLE Hppesw I -eteral farmers in this aeifnbrbd, M"t. I Wi!liamnti. I.TlSrand.lIunter.Hiens and others. W. H. LtfKBIBCE commence)! harvesting thoir tail Khr.it this lis. 1.o..H .ml rt. .1 m the lame and rora- week. I he wheat la so short in raw that ihey Look oot for rain. How much longer is Dodge City to hAAr the confidence men. A. U. Boyd shipped CO head of large fat bogs for this market. C. M. Scott, Iim of the Arkansas City Traveler, called Monday. The Dodge City Fire Company Intend giviug a gland hall on tho r ourtu oi jury. The property of Levi Richardson, de ceased, will be sold June 2lst. he adver tisement. J. M.Day, an extensive cattle dealer arrived Saturday, and will remain in Dodge tun summer. The Arkantas nrer is still on the boom, a haary How of water la course and the Jane rise only begun. The confidence men bavo remorod Ihclr headquarters. Are they leaving! Have the...

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. — 14 June 1879

t VS DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. JUNE 14, 1879. NO. 5. VOl.. VI. ' Jv LOCAL NEWS. nOWTIII!i3KASIIlMWBWS "ISKIUOBU." A uiig tnan. whose upper 'ip indicated I,h cars. aud ho was a-pinne to the ministry. tasetii:.ired in tlio laudable uu dertaLins of advancinc Cimarron's inter cats, and hts pt scbeuio was tho building of a bndee across the Arkansas river at that iHimt. Idis joudk disciple of the olocv was. no to speak, the prime instiKa tor of tins urand enterprise, lb waschiel id all the counsels, aud chairman of all the uieetinz m which tbe protositionwasdis ciiKiil. Tbe reople of Cimarron thought tn bridge pruiect J foregone conclusion, and were preparing to iue bonds to carry out tLe project. Tho ot il spirit worked iu tho progress of tbe mot cment, and it was conceived a (wider operation to test the iineentv of the voung tli-ologist in tn en terprise. Accordingly a plan was arranged, .iud a deputed representative of the rail road apmoached tbe bridge projector. Hi. timat...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 14 June 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. hCIDttllirniftf .00 jVr Tear.la Idtanrr. NICHOLAS II. KLAINE, - Kditor. .NIHILISM IX KUSSIA. Scene: At St. Petersburg. Janitor I cau'tstandthis any longer, sir; I don't mind doing the duties or dinarily expected of one in my position, but I can not be on watch all the twenty-four hours to see that the Nihilists don't stick revolutionary posters on the front wall. I've gone eleven nights without sleep now. Proprietor Hut, my poor Ivan Ivan ovitcb, I did not make the law which all owners of housed aro obliged to. oley, providing for a fine of 500 roubles it a placard is posted up on the prem ises, and imprisonment if the offense is repeated. Here, drink this coffee it will keep you awake. To-night I will go on watch and you can get a good sleep. Janitor Thanks, my good master; your nobly considerate conduct lends me renewed strength. (An hoar later tho janitor comes in to breakfast.) Proprietor Great Todlcbun! where havo you been? Why, man, there is a revolutiona...

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