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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 June 1877

A S L' mm. cm DODGE CITY TIMES. vol. m. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JUNE 2, 1877. NO. 3. r, THE DODGE CITY TIMES. VUBUSHED EVERT SATCIWAr.r.r W. C. ft LLOYD SHDm. subscription, tS-W per annum In advance. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Canmtjr. Representatlve-B. M. Wright. """""i. J. reaeoek. Ch.lrm... A. 4. Anthony, Chirlro lUth, Connty Clerk Ino. II. Means. Treasurer A. B. Webster. coroner Dr. S. Callanil Murirf Charles K. Bas-ttt. Begister lames Langton. Clerk Ulatrlct Court Harry Boyer. lTobate Judge Herman J. Friogw. County Attorney M. W . button. burvejor-II. T SleCarty. Sap'l Vub. Inst Thomas L. Mcuirty. CUr Mayor James II. Keltey. Councilm",-non.D.D.a.u.y. Ceo. It. COX. CM. Ileeson. John Newton. F. J. Leonard. Attorney anil Clerk-E. F.Colbo-n. Treasurer Charlea II. echuU l'olice Judge Hon. U. M. ro-t. Marslul-L. E. Ueger. Townabip. Trustee P. IBeatty. ClerV-Chas. U. Schuli. Tnasurer Henry Meis. Juuces.-W. y: Mcintosh. I. E. Baldwin ""lio" tabiesl-lamea II. Meclwln High Con .,ililej td. Baldwin ...

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. — 2 June 1877

THE TMti$ W. C. 8HIWM, TaMUher. -DODGE CITY, - - KANSAS. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Personal and Literary. Fcrnaa CabaUcro, the Spanish novel is tt is dead. Mrs. Wilson, belter known as Ai pustaJ. Evans, lias an elegant house near Mobile, and it is said she will write- no more books. Admiral Serames practices law at Mobile. He is slim, with stooping shoulder), and hw thin hair falls over the sharp lines of his face. Mrs. Helle Uoyd Hammond isliving in Ilalumore, and giving dramatic rcaci ings. She is described as being very graccjul on tnc fctagc. The Chicago Inttr-Octan has cm ployed Mr. Jesse It. Grant as its special S 1.,.K.i.in lln will nn cwmpany his father on liis grand tour. It i reported that ei-Gor. War- moth is shortly to lo marncil in Pcw prk, X. .!., and that after traveling with Ins wife in i-.nrope ho will return to political work in Louisiana. Gounod, the comparer, is 59 years old, and a man of an absorbed and quiet manner. The melancholy of his nature is said tobu the concip...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 June 1877

t ? R TO COKRESPOHBZXTg. An communications forthlspaprrshould be accompanied by the name of the anlhor, not neessaniy f orpubllcatlon, bat u evidence of Se4 faith on tho part of the writer. Write only on one side of thepaper. Be particularly carefnl in giving names and dates, to have all letter or figures plain and distinct. bemille : Sncb a little while ago, Mich a little while! A LITTLE WHILE. Such a little while, such a little while 1 At oar own inconstancy should we sigh or smile? Blind and deaf tho tyrant. Lore, who rules our inner life; He neither heed nor hear the toss and ta mult of the strife. Raising one to sure calm bight, to dash an other flow n; Gathering flower from new.made graves, to wreathe the bridul crown. Blessing bore with perfect faltb, tender, strong and true; Blighting there some radiant bloom, fresh blos-ms to renew. Wrenching purest ties in twain, wounding, searing, healing All the weakness of our hearts day by day revealing. Helpless human life govs on, as...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 June 1877

so o g. o P. CD g Q. JS. 5 I s CD 2 -n CZ S 3- 3 o O 3 D CO g 2, O - bd a CD rj CD CD - en 3 s - a- g: tH O 3 ca 5 PL. ? o ST 3 a jo sa. C S3 S Q 2 cd as 3 g S CD " c? 2 CD 3 E S3 3 B CD S3 cd ss 03 9 s 1 P 2. as . 03 o c Clothing made to order at Haddcr &. Draper's. 1L B. Bell's new barn is nearly com pleted. Recollect tb9 Hutchinson best flour is only 15 a hundred. XXXXflonrat Webster's, selling at $' per hundred. Kelly Island Catawba at Sturm's. The Times is under obligations to Miss M. A. Walker for samples of the cakes exhibited at the recent festival. They were very rare. Blackberry brandy at Sturm's. Geo. B. n.nyden will open a new meat market to-morrow moraine, on the South Side, one door west of the South Side restaurant. Call and see him. California Hireling wine at Sturm's- In order to make room for tbo large stock of dry goods just purchased in New York I will sell mr present stock at 30 per cent below cost. Come in. A. B. Webster. California port wine at Sturm's. Go...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 June 1877

i Tbe patents aro off sewing midlines and they bare come down fifty per cent in price. The engineers estimate that it will cost fl.OOO to repair the damage done to the A. T. Jt S. F. railroad by tho recent rains. A now time table went into effect on the 29th of May. The passenger from the west now arrives at 9:35 r. M.. and leaves at 0 :!". from the east at 5 -38 and leaves at 5:4S, A. M. Mr. C. G. Epperson, reprefcUiUng the t TnnHomW. Tisited this city last Tues day. The Herald now has for its presiding genius, Hon. 1). w. miner, ci-omiu Auditor of Kansas, author of "Annals of Kansas," and a thoroughly posted man on Kansas history. Hospital Steward John II. Grant ha been released from duty at lort uiDson, I T. nml ordered to report for duty at Vort Wininite. New Mexico. Steward Grant was formerly on duty at the Can tonementon North Fork, and at Svtcct Tmtir. Iteforo leaving for New Mexico ne will enjoy a short f urlungh. going as fareaitasst. Louis. Pr.f!iiTnniiTlimilS A. OSBOBS ha...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 June 1877

(ICX-BTUG ADTEJiTUBE. BTF.CLTON BARMKOTOV, V. S. JT. Just at dusk on a summer's evening in Havana, 1 left my iodgingsto pass an nour or, tvyo at a friend's house, The protective administration of Tacon had not then commenced, and I was there fore well armed to protect myself; fori well knew that the streets were quite unsafe, and one or two recent experi ences had convinced me of the utility of a good pair of pistols and a short cut lass, the latter the mft of a chivalrous young 1'olu. with whom I had traveled manv hundred miles. Wrapping my roquelaure around me, as well 'to shield toy person from the heavy dews as to hide my weapons, I issued from the gran qucrta of my man sion, and directed my steps towards the Governor's square, across which my way lay. I had to pass through a long anu Tery narrow street without side walks, keeping in the center, and only driven to tho wall when a vo latile, drawn by a pair of mules, and guided by a fantastic-looking postilion mounted on one of t...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 June 1877

HUTS FOB THE HOUSEHOLD, Lemon Pie. 1 lemon, 1 egg, 1 crack er, 1 cupful sugar, 1-2 cupful water, 1 fnnnnful salt, the juice of the lemon squeezed out, the pulp and cracker choppeu wgeuier, grate lucrum. Salad Dressing. 2 hard-boiled eggs, 2 tablespoonfuls olive oil, 1 teaspoonful gait, 1 do. white sugar, 1 teagpoonful mustard, 1 teaspoonful white pepper, four tablespoonfuls vinegar, or more, as required; rub. the yelks to a powder, and add the mixture: thin with vincear. and put in a cream jug, and pour over as vou wisn ai ine tamo. Lamb Pudding. Cut a neck of Iamb in thin cutlets; season with white pep- Eer and salt, chopped parsley and onion ; ne a pudding-dish or tin pail with paste and place the meat in it, with new potatoes sliced; cover with paste, and tie a heavy cloth over, if in the pail, and boil in a pot of boiling water; if in the dish, it may be placed in a pan and set in the oven, with boiling water poured around it, add a plate turned over the top of it. Asparagus. Bo...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 June 1877

CHARLES RATH & CO. i - t . 11 - DKALEItS IN tfi J i! v -- - v- All Kinds of Outfitting Goods, AMMUNITION! 1 Groceries, Provisions. Etc., Kir., DODOE CITY. KANSAS. Wlwlcsala and lietail LIQUOR HOUSE, ' CONSISTING OF THE Leading Brands Champagnes Brandies, W7riskics, Gins, Hums, Rhcin Wines, California Wines, BITTERS. Milwaukee, Cincinnati and QnincyBoer, Genuine Apple Cider. HEXRY STURM. X. 15. livery, Fcl una Sale StaUc north ol the Liquor establishment. llr Cora, Oats, awl all Lisas of Iced lor tale. BEJLTTY & XELLEY, PROPRIETORS OF THE- Dodge City Bestaurant Best Restaurant in the City WF4TA AT ALL HOUES. Echoes Prom Ellis County. ITEMS OF INTEREST THE PAWXKE8 BASE BAU BALLS ANrrAimE TnoCGHTSAS TTJEY TAKE THEIR FLIGHT KditorTim Wet, ram, rain and wet rain. sad mud, his Ixen the orderof things during the past wick in lids vicinity Cut not with stand inft the shut-op, Iadoorfeaturcsof the case, firm er and Tractable growers have drawn on to their usually aismalizcdphue. a cA...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 June 1877

DODGE CITY TIMES. vol. in. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JUNE 9, 1877. NO. 4. f THE DODGE CITY TIMES. PUBLISHED KYKT SATURDAY IJT W. C. & LLOYD SHTNN. Subscription, $2.W per onaom in advance. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. County. Representative It. II. Wrizht. Commissioners A. J. rescoek. Chairman. A. J. Anthony, Charles lUth. County Clerk Jno. II. Means. Treasurer A. IJ. Webster. Coroner Dr. S. Gallan4 Sheriff Charles K. llasett. Eegister James Langton. Clerk District Court Harry Uoyrr. Probate Judjte Herman J. Fnnger. Cunty Attorney M. W. Sutton. urveyor II. T. JfcCarty. iup't rub. Inst Thomas L. sJeCarty. cur. Mayor James 21. Kelley. Councilmen Hon. D. D. Colley, (ieo. It. Cox. CM. Ilit-wn. John Newton. F. J. Leonard. Attorney anil Clerk K. F.CoIborn. Treasurer Charles II. Schulz ' I'olice JoUe lion. 1. M. frost. Marshal U E, Diger. Township. Trustee V. I. Beatty. Clerk Chas. !I. .schulz. Tn oftnrer Ilenrr Xltis. Justices. W. Y. Mcintosh, D. E. Baldwin asxl D. M. rrost. Couktables .fames 11. Mct...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 June 1877

THE TIAIES. W. C. SHINK, Pobliiher. DODGE CITY, - - KANSAS. ITEMS OF INTEREST. IVrMirml nml Literary. Tlie fjueen lias "ranted the tlin-e Misses Defoe, lineal descendents of the author of "Kobinson Crusoe," pensions of s.16 per annum each. Funds arc being raised in Lexing ton, Ky., to tran-port the remains of Joel 1. llart, !lic scniptor, irom luut to that city for burial. 'J'he expense ttillbe$l,i&2. The eilitorof the Jlailical (Paris) lias lieen sentenced by the French Gov enuneiit to two months' imprisonment anil to pay a line of 2,000 francs for in sulting the army. The editor of lioche fort's. Lnxterne also received a similar sentence for articles subversiv e of social order. At a complimentary reception given to Ole Hull in Boston a. short time since, the violinist pre-ented tlie committee on the Xorse memorial a cheek for $2,000, the result of recent concerts given in the West. The monument which it is pro posed to erect to the memnrv of the early Xorse settlers will cost...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 June 1877

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All communications for this paper thonld fee accompanied by the name of the author, not necessarily for publication, but as c idence of good faith on the part of the writer. Write onlyon onusideof thepaptr. Be particularly careful in giving names and date, to hare all letters or figure plain and distinct. Tbe I'ps anil Downs of Business Men. The recent death of one of the old- time mcrch int-pnnces of Boston, who leaves an insolvent etite, anil the still more recent failure of an old-established Boston house that had weathered the three great financial storms of 1837, 1857 and 187.1, recalls to the Traveller some remarkable instances of financial niin can-ted by speuiHliou in untried fields. In 1858 there was a Ianre firm cnrared in the boot and shoe business, probably at in u time me largest in lioston, much concluded to dissolve. The aggregate of the available cash means of the firm was 81,200,000. The senior partner in vested his money in piling securities, and...

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. — 9 June 1877

in 35 s J CS o a .52 a -3 c3 O a 03 a P c3 a o CO c? 5 .S -" c3 Irnl Brrillle. LaCTrenco lias as large a police force as Dodge City. Clothing mado to order at Hadiler & Draper's. Don't fail to examine Webster's cloth ing. He sella at cost. Mr. James F. Ellison, tbe King among Texas cattle men, arrived in tbo city tins week. PC 35 I O C H I o I O CO a o . 2 S tJ T3 9 a 3 o S p "5 O o p 02 O O E w c3 t o T3 O o 'a o O o o n o cj 09 O cs Si O P o o o o "o o o o o E 5 CO 3 O CO O "5 r-1 y Bobby Oil! ingonus ns that he has aban doned tbe 'cane' and will hereafter be responsible for his own acts. "A dead man's chance" was tho be seeching prayer made by ono of tho pris oners Iwforo His Honor in tbo iiolice court this week. Ichabod Clalk (alias lied Clark) editor of the Cimmarou Gouger," was in the city yesterday. He inform us that he was nnt recognized by the Illinois excursionists. Mr. W. N. Morphcy's domestic affairs aro again serene. Tho Alanio is a jmpular saloon. Rain is confident...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 June 1877

DIABOLICAi ACT. A Sacrilegious Fiend Steals Our Belovsd Pastor's Pony. It is nnr painful duty this week lo n-ronl a d istardly deed which rests like a dial upon the fair fame of our roDus: com monwealth, and rancs the p 1 :irs of our church to trtmbio with righteous indigna tion. In order that our readers may compre hend the enormity of this wickedness, ii will he necessary for ns to explain some past particulars which tend to aggravate the crime. A few weeks ago our respected minister, Uev. O. W. Wright, felt the. need of a iieast to carry him on pastoral Twits to memhers of bis flocK who lived in the conntry, ouch aa brother Anthony, broth er Wilkin, nud esiieeially to brother Xiess ilnnui: his affliction. Ho therefore took a portion of his stipend and entrusted it to brother Laugton, who, after a few Hours uecoliation succeeded in purchasins a Texas pony of Charley Slaughter at a very udvautazeous price. The minister was p!ea-ed with liii new acquisition and duly grateful torotho...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 June 1877

T1TZ-GREES MALLECK. r t 'Ci riiiTTiBit. ' jiuulatiitfJdHratlonnflfaluWMsUitiicmXcw YVwt- Vnfrf I'Mirt. Atno-c their graven Miapea to whom Thy civic, wreath belong,. O. rltyof hta love make room for one wliobe gift ww song. o hi the (.nldlir ord to wield. 40r his the In Ira of tau , "or glory ol tlic trieken field, or triumph of debate. Jn common wuB, with common men, HoWncd Ma nice and time. Aa-we 11 if Jil clerkly van Jlad nc r danced to rhyme If, In the thronged and noi-y mart. The Husc found their ran, Ouid nnr cay hi lunelol art Adut) hit undone? lie toiled and sang, and year by year Men found tin ir home wore neet. And through a lende rer atmosphere. Looked i.ouu on urUifit ailed street. Tht.nfV.awlM onset Wall street knc, 1 be Bed Kin.-w alkcd Iiroadway. Ana.Mnnick tusiic'A roscau.ew 1- mm f.aliadcs tu lia. Fair city b) thosca! upraise Hi ill i ith roermd hand; And mingle Ith thj own the praise And pndo of other lands. Let tv-u lit fiery lyrio breathe Aboie her hi ro urn-. And...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 June 1877

HISTS FOR THE HOUSEHOLD. Lemon Jelly. Grate 1 whole lemon, talinj; out the seeds ; add 1 ejrp, 1 cup ful white sugar, 4 table-poonfuls cold water; mix well together and cook over steam until it is clear; put in cups and set in a cool, dry place ; it will keep four or five weeks. Potato Salad. Boil the potatoes with the skins on till they are jut done, not till they fall to nieco. Peel oft" the skins while hot and slice them thin. For every quart of sliced potato allow 1 ta-blt-poonf ul of oil or melted . butter and 2 of vinegar, salt and pepper to taste, a small onion chopped very fine, and a good ized apple chopped "line. To Make Paste. Alinepasteforscrap books can be made from alum-water and Hour. A tcoMHionfiil and a half of pounded alum disohed in enough cold water to make a pint of paste. Pour the water, when the alum is all dissolved, on to enough flour to thicken it as stitt as common paste, bring it to a boil, stir ring all the time, and, when done, add a few drops of the oi...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 June 1877

s Dn. TiiemauhE sold bcveral residence JjoU ttiiB week, in liio eastern portion ol the city, Master Mechanic Ilockct is one. of the purchasers, anil we nnikruland he intends building n residenccand removing lus family hero. Mr. A. II. Boyd, of the Oudge House, has also purchased two lots in this vicinity and will shortly commence improving then. This portion of the city is beautifully situated fur residence sites, and the lots are bclne offered rcmarkably lox to parties who will improve them. I'AliMKns are crowding into the valleys north of Dodge City at a lively rate. The three branches of l'awnce afford beautiful farm kites with plenty of water, timber and stone. These settlers como in from Larned and Kinsley. Dodge City is much tho nearest railroad point, and we Lope the settlers mil Mud it mure conement to do their trading here than at Kinsley or Ljrncd, as our merchants can sell just as chtap. Tho cabinet at Washington has decided to addre. a letter to tho Mexican covcrn meut b...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 June 1877

LC VyWC-tV ctC DODGE CITY TIMES. vol. m. THE DODGE CITY TIMES. I DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JUKE 16, 18?7. - yg 5. EXPLODED. rUBUSHED ETEttTSATUIlDATBV W. C. & LLOYD SHINir. Subaenption, $J.M r iniunw In advance. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Concur. Kepresentative 1:. JI. Wright. Commissioners A. J. reacock. Chairman. A. J. Anthony, Charles Hath, County dirk Ino. II, Means. Treasurer A. D. Webster, coroner Dr. S. c;allan4 sheriff Charles E. Ilas.-tU. Uegister James Lanton. Cltrk District Court Harry Ttoyer. lrobate Jud-te Hrmian J. Fricrer. Ounty Attorney M. . button. ' surveyor II. T. llcCarty. Snp't rub. Inst. Thomas L. SfcCarty. City. Mayor James II. Kelley. Couneilmen Hon. D. I. Colley. Geo. II. Cox. CM. lleeson. JohnXewtoa, F. J. Leonard. Attorney and Clert B. t. Colborn. " Treasurer Charles II. Schnlz l'olice.?ude Hon. I. 31. Frost. JIarshal-L. K, Deger. Towualilp. Trustee P. I- Beatty. Cleik Chas. !I. Schulz. 'I reasurer Henry Xiess. Justices. V. V. Mcintosh, D. E. Baldwin anil U. II. Fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 June 1877

N THE TIMES. W. C. SHINN, Publiiher. DODGE CITY", - - KANSAS. ITEMS OF INTEREST. IVmonal and latrrnry. 'Hie lecture season haajiehlcd Hen ry Ward liercher $42,600. Mrs. Muloclx-Craik still wears the qneerl) -fashioned gow n of 20 3 ears ago, with its body pilhereil at the shoulders to a point at the wait. When a-ked to sing, she complies readilv, and giic an cuu-inne uau.ui wiui awinjuu accom-iiaiiiment. Alexander 1 1 Stephens writes to an acquaintance that his obituaries aid him materially in preparing his autobi ography, as they 71-call many incidents of his life long -mce forgotten, and bring out lacu anu traits 01 cnaracieroi iui-u, hitherto, he had been ignorant. Father Hiacinthe is living very quietly in Paris, Alme. Loyson is teach ing young girl, ana tneir nou-ciioni is lerj simply and economically arranged. JIad.mie is le.-ci ilieil :us a tall, hand some woman, with a frank smile, a pleasant voice, a beautiful hand. She wcarsacloc-fitlicg, blaik dress of some soft stuT. An ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 June 1877

TO CORRESPOHDEMTS. All communications for this paper should be accompanied by the name of the autlx .", not necessarily for publication, but as evidence of good foltli on the part of tbo writer. Write only on one sldeof the paper. Bepartlcularly careful in irivlnjr names and dates, to hare all letter or figures plain and distinct. The Gambler's Fatal Passion A Sad Mory. The court-martial of Lieut. Win. M. Fleming, IT. S. A., upon charges of em bezzlement of public funds, conduct un becoming an. ofliccr and gentleman, and violation of the Articles of War, took place at Alcatraz Island, near San Fran cisco, on Slay 2.!. The prisoner plead ed guilty to all the charges, but intro duced several brother officers as wit nesses to testify to his formergood char acter in mitigation of his offense. The Judge Adocate said the prosecu tion had no testimony to oiler in rebuttal of testimony as to Fleming's good char acter. On the contrarj, the Court ad mittcd tint his character was as stated pre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 June 1877

o t $ s a el a - i. 1 E CO r CO O " H o g , 2 L . - Q 2 o 5- S 2. J 3 T CD CD ff ui-4 U g g. 2 JlJ g o S S 2 5 f 5- jd s g- o g W i5 if o C0 Q 6 8- ff B h a- a ri 1 a ss 2d O cs s 3 co oa o r p -" ? 8- y 5 & P 2 j S 8 3 w t3 S so 3 t e- CO. -. B CO s. CO 09 Button & Colborn own a sofa. There's millions in it Imported Cognac brandy at Storm's. Bertrand arrived trout Topeka yester day. 'There was a sound ot revelry bynight.' and Uncle Mitcbner savs the boys will get to milling, notwithstanding bis efforts. Cincinnati beer at Stnrm's. The F. P- A. (Farmers' Protective Asso ciation) seems to have the best of the Texas cattle element in Ellis county. California brandy at Stnrm's. That long and genial cattle buyer, Mr A. E. Buddieke, from Hays City, may be seen about town. Milwaulce beor at Sturm's. The new policemen. EC Mssterson and Joe Mason, are covering themselves with glory, and their rrompt and efficient action cannot be too highly commended. Anheusers bottle beer, by the b...

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