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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 28 June 1879

HINTS FOB THE HOUSEHOLD. Cold Dressing for Chicken Salad: 2 teaspoonfuls of mustard and salt stir red in a thick paste ; next the oil ; then the cayenne and the yelks of 2 hard boiled eggs, mashed very fine. Then 2 raw eggs, and lastly the vinegar. This i3 for 1 chicken only. Persons who haTe a taste for rhu barb or pieplant, are reminded by tho Western Sural that the stalks may be pared, cut in pieces an inch long, and dried the same as apples or peaches, or stewed and canned like small fruits, thus affording an excellent relish out of season. Strawberry Preserves : Into a per fectly clean porcelain or crass Kerne, put your hulled strawberries and pour over them sugar in the proportion of of a pound of sugar to each pound of fruit; let them stand an hour, then put them on the fire, boil them rapidly 20 minutes, set them off to cool, and pot them, covering carefully. To Prepare a Beefsteak with Toma to Sauce: Take a dozen and a half toma toes, scald and skin them, then stew them slo...

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. — 28 June 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITl. SATURDAY. JUNE 18- LOCAL NEWS. Vent Tbe Arkansas river continues full. Tue Globe acknowledges to bo the hole" of society. K. F. Hardsaty is associated with II, K. Orydcn iu tbe practice ol tbe law. We wish tbe now firm success. You can't always tell ; tbe indicatlonsaro for a big storm; but it losses nwar, aad f are contented with balf ef a rain. Tbe Hays City Sentinel sa)s drovers arc timing back their herds, owing to lack of crass aad water on tbe Kansas Pacific rail- road. The late rains inakss business livelier, giving an encouragement under tbe piouiise of a good trade later in tbe season. There is no occasion for croaking or dowuheart uducrs. A. C. MaU bas quit the employ of F. C. Zimmerman, and will saortly leae lor Jreat Bend, where be will engago in keep ing the Southern Hotel. We wish Clint, health and prosperity tn his new field of enterprise. The Southwestern Railroad t lis Leaven worth. Topska and Dodge City railroad is attracting the a...

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. — 5 July 1879

DODGE CITY TIMES? DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JULY 5, 1879. NO. 8. VOX.. VI. professional'cards. SUTTON &. COLUORN. M. W. SUTTo. E. r. COLBOBX. AITOBSETS AT llff, DODGE CITY. KAJJ. OMe Im I'o-lUMn Buildlnr. GEO. A. KELLOGG. ATTOBXET AT Uf, DODGE CITY, KAN. " Will practice in the several courts ol the Slat. Office In Globe BnlMlns QRYDEN & HARDKSTY, . ATTOBJIEITH AT LAW. DODGE CI IT. KANSAS. Will practice in state and Federal Courts. Office onlteDodf City Time, building. W. F. MASON, FHniCU") AMD HCBCJEEJr, DODGE C1TV. KAS.-ab. jy Office In the Glob Bull Jinj. -CS Onlers raav be itt at friag-r'a DrugSlore- M. M. MILLIGAN, pnVIICIA"l A."B "iUBCEO.t, DODGE CITV, KANSAS. $3- OKce In front of City IIott".-C2 BKINKMAN. UKOS. &. WEBSTER. LVJIBKR OIALEBI, DODGE CITY. KAS. Tanls south of Kaltroad tract. D. S. WEAVER. PAIMTEB. SlOH WbITIXO, GeAINING.CaKRIAGK WORK dodge crrr, kav. CE.-fTE"ll'IAL BABBEB SHOP. GEOEGE DIETER. Proprietor. Sharing. Shampooing and Hair Cuiltlngdoue In lue lirei ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 5 July 1879

THE DODGEJGITY TIMES. Kcnscuinios: $ro.r rt.r,iUm.tt. NICHOLAS B. KLAINE, - Editor. mmjm l ITEMS OF INTEREST. l'rrsonal anil Literary. Mr. Eugene Schuyler is writing a life of Peter the Great of Russia, which will take a very different view of that potentate's work from any hitherto pre sented. Mr. Small, of the Atlanta (Ga.) Consti'ution, intends to revise all of his writings in tho negro dialect, and to print and publish them in book form, under the title "Uacle Remus Hi Songs and Savings." Mr. Alvin Clark of Cambridge, the leader of the telescope makers of tho world, is now u years oiu, ana stimuli of energy and skill. For 40 years Mr. Clark was a portrait-painter, and earn ed $20,000 by his art before he began jus telescopic experiments. Mr. Frederic Harrison denounces the collcctine of rare books and forgot ten authors as the most foolish of the collecting manias of the present time. He thinks that there is much to be said for rare china and curious beetles, be cause the china ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 5 July 1879

FABM TOPICS. Car of nonei In the Summer. Under ordinary circumstances farm horses suffer greatly from neglect dur in" the warm weather. After a day's bird work in the field a horse needs a good night's rest, as well as sufficient feed, and this can not be procured with out "ood management. The horse s the most useful of our brute assistants; without his help the world's work would stop, and we would be put to sore shifts to procure food. By reason of neglect and bad management his life of useful ness is considerably shortened, and, in place of 30 years of possible usefulness, ft is rare to find a sound, active horse of more than half that age. Food is pro vided sufficiently, and in the majontyof cases generously; but so far as regards sanitary care there is a sad lack. Sta bles are too often foul, ill-ventilated, and badly arranged; the horse itself is rare ly cleaned, and the skin is left to natur al accidents of summer showers for an occasional washing. The bedding and litter is n...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 5 July 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY, JULY 5. SUBSCRIPTION: 12 09 pr year. In alrance MICROLAI B. KLAIXH, Edil.r. "THERE IS EAST, THEB.E IS INDIA. " The author of thin woliisest is dead, but hi prophecy is being fulfilled. It was Tbot. II. Beaton, United Statu Senator of Mis souri, who years ago, in a public speech, up on tbe building of the Pacific railroad,point- tog: to the West, raid, "There it Eist, there it India." In Lafayette Park, St. Louis, a life-size bronxe statue of tbe deceased states man baa been erected. One of the inscrip tions bears these memorable words, "There is Esst, there is India." The railroads of tbe country are carrying out the ideal of the eminent statesman, and are reaching for the rich fields of tbe west. But Colonel Denton's prophetic vision ex tended farther than oar neighboring States and Territories. However, we an in the course of that extension. The marts of the Eastern World will be opened by Western route. Mexico can be added to the list o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 5 July 1879

li I w" M JAMES TALLEY & CO., Live Stock Commission Merchants, KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS. Daily Market Beport 9 and the Price Current furnished Iree on application. WX. FPBBlf , ftalesaneua. F. C. Z T THE OI.B IliUlIU BI1LKB IN SEHERAL MERCHANDISE, HARDWARE. Tinware, STOVES, and the Best Agricultural Implements ' Pumps, Crockery, and Glassware, and LUMBER. Asnt for the E-nnin Agent for the celebrated SINGER SKWI G MACHINE CHARTER OAK STOVES and JOHN DEERE PLOWS. end LEAVENWORTH SIOVES. AI.nO TVB WIN JUXLS. All kinds of FIREARMS and AMMUNITION. FIREARMS REPAIRED ON SHORT NOTICE. S- C. GALLUP & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS Whips, Spurs, Horse Brashes, Carry Combs, &c. REPAIRING NEA'ILY DONE. Special attention gtren to the MANUFACTURE of GIiIS'QBHIA SADDLES, ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. H ORK, n ADDER & DRAPER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN General Merchandise & Out-Fitting Goods $B? &OOBS, BOOTS MS SHOES, FANCY GRO...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 5 July 1879

The Death of the Prince Imperial. A mournful Interest is attached to the pending Zulu war by the news of tho death of the young I'rince Napoleon at tho hands of the savages. It appears that he went out with a scouting party, and that, while resting, they were sur prised by the Zulus a fatality which seems to continually follow the English. The party sprang to their horses, and suciccdcJ in escaping, with the excep tion of the I'rince, whose horse gotaway from him. lie then started on the run, bat was speedily overtaken and slain with tho murderous assegais pierced with no less than seventeen wounds. The events of his life are very brief. lie was horn in the Tuilerics, March 16, 185C. His oducttion was a very thor ough one, and at the outbreak of the Tianco German war ho accompanied his father to Metz, and thence to Saarbruck, where, as Napoleon telegraphed to Eu genie, ho recolvsd a baptism of fire. Shortly af tcrwards ho joined his mother In England, and has remained with her until...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 5 July 1879

r. LOST OX THE PLAI5S. Two Yonna; 31n Sapnrata From a Party and rrlh. A party of 1C surveyors, in the em ploy of tho Government, under com mand of Maj. Medary, left this city a short time go, says the Trinidad News, for a tour eastward to the Indian Ter ritory line. Xothing more would have been thought of the party, but for the arriral in this city yesterday of Mr. Havenner and a companion, who be longed to the corps, who reported the horrible fate of two of their companions and tho narrow escape of three others. The circumstances of the case are about as follows: After leaving Trinidad the company proceeded eastward, and were soon at work locating townships. On the morn ing of Thursday, the 5th inst, a squad of five men was sent out from a point on Willow Creek to run a transit due north 18 miles, with orders to join the camp at nightfall. The men perform ed the work assigned them and at dusk set out for camp, which had also been i-rturolimr northward durinz the day. The surveyors ...

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

THE DODGE OITX TIMES. DODGE CITV. SATUKDAT. JULY 5. LOCAL NEWS. "lam Dying. Egypt.Dring."by request. The rain Sunday night extended am hundred mites outb. Tho mercury in tbe thermometer has been reaching, to the 100 dec natch. Plenty of rain. Good crass. Fat cattle. Everybody ia preparing to set happy. Kev.O. W. Wngbt will preach In tbe Union Cbnrcb next Sabbath moraine. J. D. Smith arrived in tho city Monday. He has a lino lot of cattle on tbe range. Thero was a 'alight'' breeze Wedneaday night. A heavy rain fell west and south went. D. 1L -Frosts editor of tho Globe, has sone to Fort Elliott. He has gone to stop a vent bole. The family of the editor of the Timkj ar rived Sunday morning, and are domiciled on Military avenue. There is a dearth of local news, and any lack of interest in these columns may bo attributed to tbe slimnesa of local news. Levi Schick came up from Fort Elliott Thursday e ening. He says a large num twr of cattlo are moving towards Dodge tity. Tim advertisemen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 July 1879

DODGE CITY. TIMES. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JULY 12, 1879. NO. 9. VOL. VI. !r PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON &. COLBORN. JL W. 8UTTOV. E. F. COLBOICT. ATTOBn AT tiff, , DODGE CITT. KAN. Oraet In Post Offlce Building. GEO. A. KELLOGG. ATTOB.tEV AT UW, DODGE CITV, KAX. Will practice in the screral courts ol the State. Office in Globe Iiuildlng CRYDEN &. HARDESTV. attobxeyh at caw. DODGE CItV, KANSAS. Will practice In State and Federal Court! Office opposite Dodga CitT Time bulldin g. W. F. MASON', PIirntClA.-t AMD MUSCSE., DODGE CITV. KANSAS. tJ" Office in the Globe Building. -C2 Orders roaT be lelt at Fringcr Drug store. M. M. MILLIGAX. PimiCIAl AXB HCBGROX, DODGE ClTf. KANSAS. 53- Ofice in Front of City Hotel. C2 BR1XKMAN. BROS. Jt WEBSTER. I.C3IBKR DKAI.KH. DODGE CITV. KA-. Yards louth of Railroad track. D. S. AVEAVER. PAIXTEIl. Sicx Wsmsa, GR4INISO,CaKBIA0E work DODGE CITV, KAX. VE'fTE'l.'flAI, BARBEK MHOP. GEOKGE DIETER, Proprietor. Sharing, Shampooing and Hair Cultting done In th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 July 1879

THE DODGECITY1 TIMES. SCEM'UlrTMtt: W"rr lr. In iJrinre. NICHOLAS 11. KLAINE, - Editor. MARVELOUS MANIFESTATIONS. AN?lrtlnnl tVMlnc Marriage of a Lmlj M ho !iel Thirty Vearn Ago " Oriitle man Who Had lleen 1.I Twenty-Hre liolh Spirit" Materlall Thniil ami Citar With th dimpany-Mint Wonderful Manipulation on Ilecoru. From tlie Leavenworth CKas.) Tlinn!.J A series of spirituil manifestations which completely eclipse any thing of the kind heretofore recorded, recently occurred in this city. The Eddy broth ers. Professor Slade, the Davenports, and other well known mediums, have Irom time to time astonished the world with their unaccountable demonstra tions, but nothing ever produced by any of these can compare in wonder, and beauty, and marvclousnes with the materializations which have been wit nessed i Leavenworth during the past week. The occasion referred to was a strictly private affair, and for this rea son we have not referred to it sooner, though we have been in possession of nil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 July 1879

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Ml rominnnlrut iotn for t lil paper twnlil Te accunnuiileilbjrthf niwienf tlio author, not imtev.ril) forniiWicatliiii, ljutiuctidcncool 3i-Mlfalllinntiioii.irt.uf.tlie writer. Write only on one rl of llio Taiwir ! particularly car. fnl in Kiviwr wuuuj jumI (lutes, to liavvc all letter or flpirw tdIiiauitn;-t4M.t.r- ITEMS OFJOTRHX. FRHUlulUtmiT. ( Tennyson's early poem, "The Lov er's Tale," now just published with his sanction, was written when he waa CI The health ol John G. Saxe, the humorous poet, is better now than for three months. His trouble, sleepless ness and nervous despondency, is leav ing him. His age is sixty-three years, and his home 13 in Brooklyn, N. Y.- -- The memorial to Bayard Taylor a medallion of the poet in gray marble which tho graduating class of Cornell has just presented to the University, has been received with fitting ceremony. Under the medallion is the inscription " Lecturer on German Literature," with the dates of his birth and death...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 July 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. JULT 12 SCBSCUI1TIOS : J 00 per year, In advance .IICHOLAS B. HUIXE, Editor. THE WHEAT CHOP. Carefully compiled statistics (bow nearly as lux yield of wheat for the year 1879 as Iaal jeer. Adding tbe surplus of wheat of last vear, there is a quantity now on hind equal to thai of laet year. Prices of wheat remain firm, and the promise of a large ex port may enhance the price a trifle. Many of the farmer in the Western portion of Kansas are calculal'ng on an increased acre age this fall. The drouth has been nib- merged, and the promise of a faTOrable fall gives encouragement. The wheat grown in Ford couoty this Tear will be used for seed for cut year's crop. Tbe sturdy men who bold the plow in this region of country are cot discoarsged by tbe backft, but are re Tiring their ho and laying plans forntxt year's hartesL We notice that large yields of wheat are reported in the southeastern part of tbe Stale; forty and sixty bushels of whtat to th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 July 1879

JAMES TALLEY & CO., Live Stock Cenfflissien Mercfcants, KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS. Daily Xaifcet CpeiU and tbe Price Carnal IkraUbM inc on application, if. F. C. Z IMMERMANN, imm u uiuiu nun n GENERAL MERCHANDISE. HARDWARE, Tinware, STOVES, and the Best Agricultural Implements Pumps, Crockery, and Glassware, and LUMBER. Ami for the ECnnia SINGER SEWING MACHINE Agent for tin olbntd CHAKTEBOAK 8TOVB8 mad JOHN DEESE PLOWS. and LEAVENWORTH STOVES. AuatnTiBimB mm. All kinds of FIREARMS and AMMUNITION. FIREARMS BEPAIRED ON SHORT NOTICE. S. C. GALLUP & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS Whips, Spurs, Horse Brushes, Curry Combs, &c. REPAIRING NEATLY DONE, Special attention girea to tba MANUFACTURE of OAIiIffOlHIA SAD9LBS. ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. ORK, H ADDER & lRAPER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN General Merchandise & Out-Fitting Goods 9BY GOODS, BOOTS AND SHOSS, AND QUEENSWARE. KANSAS. FANCY GROCERIES FRONT STREET. DODGE CI...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 July 1879

BONO. rUay.sweftday.forthon art fair, Voir, and f u il and calm ; Crowned tbrouch all thy golden hours. With love's fre.hest, purwfct flowers, otrontcln KaltU'a unshaken powers, Itich In Hope's bright balm. tay, what chance and change 'maywait. Al you Tiiae uway; JCow Is aU so plad and bright. ow we breathe. In snro delichtt Now wo smile In i-ate'a despite. Stay with us, sweet day. Ah! shecanjiot.maynotstep; AU tiling must decay; So with head, and heart, and will. Talc the Joy that lingers Mill. Take. tle pauslii strlto and 111, 1'rlxe the paisln;; day. Jit the Ttar Kouad. Ml' LITTLE WOMAN. ' Wonld the diamond teem nch a peerless gem It It measured one foot round? . ould the roy-leat jleld such a sweet per-. lutne 1 f it (vivered vards of imrand? Mould tbedew drops seemeo clear and pure ji aew ruse rwn. euuuia iaii Or the little, w oiDRti bo half so great 1 1 sue were alt ( et tall? 'Tin the hand a enlt as the nestling bird trtmt crips with a grip ol steel ; Tistheolceaise-tas the s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 July 1879

I ts A TTord to Contributors. The Indianapolis Herald publishes the following scnsioie aavice 10 conuiu ntnrs to the newspapers : There is one mistake which amateur writers forthe press usually make, prob ably more from a lack of knowledge of what an editor wants than otherwise, and that is in the selection of their sub jects. As a general rule they cnoose some abstract theme which can only be made interesting to the public by the charm and perfection of its treatment, and the ab.lity to give it such a treat ment is the very thing their inexpe rienced pens lack. Obviously the proper subject for the amateur writer to choose is that which will interest his audience, not alone by the method of its treatment, but because they will wish to hear about the thing for its own sake. Such sub jects are usually of a lecal character. They are the things which "lie nearest us, lie close about our feet." Why not write of these? if ot, certainly, because they do not afford sufficient scope for the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 July 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. JULY 1i LOCAL NEWS. Somebody has llkcl.nl the l.akin Kiel" into a patent inedicine wrapper. Won't that Eagle seieaui wlieu lie heirs ibis. Mr. 1 Hensol. of tlte Pueblo Chieftain, licitcr ka"WH so "Bonn.' ml led in ou rnesday ami gave us a pleasant chat. The halt siren 1) the toloretl people at thoNen Opera Home, nnThurday even wg. aia pleasant atlair and well attend ed. J Ca.ilait Webb and m'ei have tetured from the mountains, having beeu on guard in that rcgiou several months past, for the railrnid company. H. W. Farwell was admitted to practice law at the late District Court. The Judge highly complimented the applicant cpon the t .-editable examination. flic Hoard of Conuty Commissioners did not allow the claims growing nut of the keep ne of the Cheyenne prisoners. Thev await a conference with the Stateautliun ne. No one in this community, who m resW tied hcie two or thte j ears, questions the iiolies ahilitv in the use of vulgarian- CTi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 19 July 1879

DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JULY 19, 1879. NO. 10. VOL. YI. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON &. COLBORN. M. Vf. SUTTOX. coLuonx. "aTTSJBNKTS AT li, DODGE CITT. KAX. Offlet la ro'tOfllc. Building. GEO. A. KELLOGG. ATTOB.1ET AT IAW, DODGE CITY. KAN". Wdl practice in the several court o( the State. OEM la Globe Building- GHTDEN & HARDESTV, ATTOBNEVS AT LAW. dodge crnr, Kansas. Will practice In State and Federal Court. . Ofice opposite Dodge CUT Time building. W. F. MASON, PHYSIC I AX ANB CKi5T, DODGE C1TV. KANSAS. y Office In the Globe Building. C2 Order mT be lelt t rringer Drugstore. M. M. MILLIGAN, PBTIICMN ANV HTBGBOJI, DODGE CITT. KANSAS. XjT OBce in front of City Hotel. -C2 BRINK WAX. BROS. & WEBSTER. LIUBER DIALEBI, DODGE CITV. KAS. Yard outh of IEillroid track. D. S. WEAVER. PAI.1TE8. Eras Wkitiso, Graisiso.Carkiage work DODGE CITY. KAN. CENTENNIAL BAtlBEK SHSP. GEORGE DIETER. Proprietor. &hving, ShmiNKingnd lUir Cuitting done in ue 14(C9fc iaauion. UnAKRS.1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 19 July 1879

THE51)0DGEXITY TJlIESi s.' '! srr.scniriioTs $twj' Tf;itf !. NICHOLAS B. KLAINE, - Editor. " AX OHIO ABTEXnjRER. TheKxcltlDj; I.lfof Don Carlo lla!rlte no-Thrr TlmM Srntncd to Death Prom I'rru to Cuba and the CMracn Fire. rFrom tbe Cincinnati Enquirer.) " Gen. Don Carlos Hasseltcno is in the other car," said a friend to mo last night while en route here on the Wabah Railroad. I had heard so much of this Ohioan with a history that I went into the tleeping-car to get an introduction. I found hitu a magnificent specimen of physical manhood, perfect in his man cersjind entertaining in the highest de gree socially. His brilliant black eyes almost talked as bo spoke of business, the state of the crops, and almost every subject but himself. But from my friend I learned a few of the leading inci dents in the life of this man, which seems like fiction rather than a sketch of real life, l'revious to the war he graduated at Oxford in Butler Ccnnty, in the same class with the gallant Joe Battle...

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