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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 19 July 1879

TO CORRESPONDENTS. AllcommiinlciitloiHfortUl'papcrsliouWbe accomnnnieUbytlienamcoftho author, not nccesMirilylorimbllcatlon, butnioviU.ncut rixKl f-ilth on tfio part ol thff writer. W rit ,mlj one Me of the r 'I"-r . c particularly cariful In irlvhi: nmu ami dans, to Uae all letter or lUuna plain and fiUtlnct. ITEMS OFJNTEREST. Fereonal and Literary. Annie Louise Cary received 82,400 per month daring the last opera season. Charles Dickens's last letter, dated Jane 8, 1870, has been presented to the British Museum. Mr. Robert G. Ingersoll is about to publish a third book, " The Religion of Sword and Flame." Mme. Christine Uilsson has receiv ed offers from the royal theaters of Hol land and Belgium to sing there in the months of December and January. She is to receive 50,000 francs for eight per formances, besides all her expenses to be paid. The British Museum is about to acquire a well preserved Egyptian papyrus, belonging to the time of the later Ptolemies. It contains nearly the w...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 19 July 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. JULY 1. SUBSCRIPTION: 12 (W jnr Jew, in advance .MICHVLAB B. KLII.IK, Editor. YELLOW FEVER AT MEMPHIS, Repotta from Ienibi sre somewhat etart)io. One cae of yellow fever on Wed nesday. Fue on yesterday and one death. If the pestilence continues to spread at this rale, the matter will aseame serious propoi lions. List year tte first caw ol yellow ft r in Memphis orignating in tbetitj was announced on the Hih of August The pelt day twenty-two new cases were announced, and on the ICth thirty-three otw can ap peared. This was a more rapid march of peetilence than u reported this year. At Hew Orleans it had appeared In Miy, and as t umeJ an epidemic from in the latter part of July. It is lenerally held that yellow fever is a disease of the tropics and ocean daring July, Acgaet and September. New Orleans, from 1817 to 1853, had fourteen epidemics, commencing in July. Philadelphia has had eeven epidemic, commencing in the same month. New York has...

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. — 19 July 1879

JAMES TALLEY & CO., Live Stock Commission Merchants, KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS. Daily Market Eeportt and the Price Carre nt tarnished tree on application. WJI. irFHM.T, !. F. C. Z I MME EMAM, TBI Ok. SSKLIABI.K UII 11 GENERAL MERCHANDISE, HARDWARE, Tinware, STOVES, and the Best Agricultural Implements Pumps, Crockery, and Glassware, and LUMBER. Agent for the genuine Ant for the celebrated SINGER 8EWI&G MACHINE CHARTER OAK STOVES and JOHN DEERE PLOWS. and LEAVENWORTH STOVES. Ai.se stover wn dills. All kinds of FIREARMS and AMMUNITION. FIREARMS REPAIRED ON SHORT NOTICE. S- C. GALLUP & CO. UASUr'ACTURERS OF SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS Whips, Spurs, Horse Brushes, Curry Combs, &t REPAIRING NEA1LY DOSE. Special attention given to the MANUFACTURE of ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. H OKK, n ADDER & fcRAPER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN General Merchandise & Out-Fitting Goods BEY 03BS, gO0T$ KSB SHOES, FANCY GROCERIES AND QUEENSWARE. FRONT ST...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 19 July 1879

THE AFTER7IME. x. A w-t cnt honf ftbwte the knowe, A eood flower j Unl t uiony a posle, tnier1 Hike bloom and myrtle- jrrow Iiesldn a bower f u snug and coeie. rwiLHthTttl uoo'd juy HinHOiutiMuy; Twm thw I pneI ht-r to my boom, Y'Ul a fcpri nc kec kd oot i me bi.uk and brae In luouy a bud and inony a blossom. II. An auM kirk stands behlde the stream That wimpled through the daisied mead ow, Wticncowilip3Hnt and lldes gleam Ilenefctlitbesprt'adimcbourtrvc's shadow; Twa there I ed my bonnle bride, When humrafr light was fain to linger; Tiui then, while n catling at my eldc, I placed the goud rlngon her linger. II r. A lonely klrkyard 1 the slen. Where mnny a pearlta tear has fallen, Wliere silence waH the strllcs o" men, Whate'er their rank, whate'er their call In' When Winter's blast piped V the grove. When lingering blooms had f a'n and per-fb-d, Twat there I laid Tny earlr love, lleaide a babe we batin had cherished. ir. But there's a Ian1 ayantthe bine Tnat Lens noujrht our kittle...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 19 July 1879

How to Clean White Worsted Ar ticles: Lsy yoar white worsteds in a pan, one at a time, cover them with wheat flour, then rub them thoroughly in it. After this has been well done, take them from the flour and shake them, or if it is a clear, windy day. hang them on the clothes-line, where they will be whipped by the wind, and they will be well cleaned and have the light downy appearance of new worsted. Some recommend rubbing them in In dian meal, but wo do not think they look quite as clean and white. If white furs are laid in a large pan or basin half filled with Indian meal, and well rubbed with the meal, they will look nice as new. Uso no water cither oa the wont ed articles or the furs ; nothing but the dry flour for worsted, and Indian meal for white furs. . . Tbo London bankers are now using an electrical machine for the detection of bad or light gold coins. A stream of coins is gently shaken down a brass slide, andone by one they fall npon a testing bar so delicately adjusted ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 19 July 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES.! DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. Jl'LY 39. LOCAL NEW8. Two rains a week more, cot less. A delishtlul rain storm, Wednefday alter tiuon. Tlio Denver &. KioGrandeUailtoad turn ed over to the Santa Fa Wednesday noon. Slonii Collar lias a new delivery wagon. and customers can have Roods deliveied Jree. TLc appointment o( teachers for the Dodge City Public School was postponed until July 19tb. Three tarantulas were found in the sod warehouse of Wright, Beverley i Co. Sunday lat, N'ielmlaa Hanson wants a Hock of sheep ou shares. He has a claim eight miles xonthwest of the city. The rain storm of Wednesday afternoon cooled the thermometer. It reached 100 dtg. that day. Mrs. Kev. Wright andsisttr left Tuesday eight far an extended visit to triends in New York. The Arkansas river is low very low, it tact unusally low. The river smiled Wed nesday daring the ram storm. Rev. 0. W. Wright left Wednesday morning for a short trip to Forts Snrply and Elliott. A. II. Webster is-burni...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 July 1879

zr e DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL,. VI. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JULY 20, 1879. NO. 11. - PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON' A. COLUORN. 3!. ye. SCTTO.V. E. F. COLBOR.V. lITOR.GVl AT LAW, DODGE CITV. KAN". Office In l'Q't OfMee UulMin;. GEO. A. KELLOGG. ATTOB.tEV AT UW, DODGE CITY, KAN. Will practice in In several courts of the State. Office .in Globe Building. GKVDEN & HAKDESTY, ATTOHNKY4 AT LAW. DODGE CirV. KANSAS. Will practice in state anj Federal Courts. Ofice opposite Dodge City Tunes Iralldlng. W. V. MASON, PHYSICIAN AM Sl'RKEO.r DODGE CITV. KANSAS. I3" Office in the Globe I!uildinz.C3 Orders mav be lelt at Frin.rer's Drug store. 31. M. 1IILLIGAX. PHYSICIAN AMI MIlCiEON, DODGE CITV, KANSAS. J3- Office in rront of City Hotel. -3 1JR1NKMAN. BROS. &. WEBSTER, Ll'.nBER DEALER, DODGE CITY. KAS. Yards sooth of Uailroad tracL. D. S. WEAVER, PAI.VTCR. Stux Writing, Gkaixino.Cauuiage work DODGE CITV, KAS. tT.ITOMAL IIARBEB SiMOl. GEORGE DIETER. Proprietor. Shaving, Shanipooingand Hair Cuittingdo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 July 1879

THE DODGE CITY" TIMES. SriWl!lrTIIIi $101pr ln',l Ailim. NICHOLAS B. KLAIXH, - Editor. A UUKAT CALAM1TV. Thlaf II10 StrnnisUlp Arcllp a Ouar ttr r fntury Ac J.trlll ly ine Ite rant Drnthot Her Command!, Caiitnln Luce. Krmn the New York Herald. Capt James C. Luce, 25 years ago commander of the ill-fated steamship Arctic of the Collins Line, died early Sstcrday morning at his residence, in cw Rochcllc, after a brief illness. He was born at Rochester, Mass., April 11, 1805, and had reached the lipc old ago of over 74 years. In his boyhood he had a strong paision for the sea, and rose to bo master of a foreign trading vessel at the age of 19. He command ed tho Argus, Constellation and other vessels that sailed out of Boston Har bor, and early in the existence of tho Collins steamship Uompany was given charee of one of their best vessels. He was a tall, athletic, thorough-going sea man, of pleasant and popular manners, and one in whom his employers placed the most unlimited confidence. H...

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

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All ram mil n lent loiw lr 1 hit lmiH-r should lie ccoiiiiiiiictllivtlio name ul tlie nutlior, iiot ...,rilvffiriiiililic.ltioll. but 111 t'idtllCfl mml faith on tliep.irt f tho writer. Write cnn-dil in git in; im inert nml iLitc, tu liu all letters flure i1.uii and distinct. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Personal and Literary. Annie E. Kerr, literary editor of the Chicago Times for the last six years, died recently, aged 32. Ralph Waldo Emerson read the Declaration of Independence at Con cord, Mass., on the 4th. Longfellow writes to an inquirer: The 'Golden Legend' is founded upon a German story of the Middle Ages, written by Hartman von duo Ane." Miss Anna E. Dickinson is in Phil adelphia, and is also, it is said, in good spirits, and still holding to the deter mination not to desert the stage. The selection from the letters of C harles Dickens, which Miss Hogarth and Miss Dickens are preparing, was to have seen the light in the spring, but the publication of ths work has ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 July 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES' DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. JULY 20. SUIJSCIUITIOX: K m ir year. In advance NICJIOI.AK K. KLAINK. Eilllor HAILHOADS IN KANSAS. A lew weeks ago e snt a paragraph adiift, which found i(t way in man of the htite newspaers and with some comments, ou (be proponed railroad to Dodge City. As a bit of advertising for Djdge City and Ford counts' it wai not without tome .flat and purpose, drawins attention to rirobible Contingencies, which develop as tbe wheel cf progress move steadily westward. The general attention ia directed to the progress of several tinea cf railroad which hare Southwestern Kanau in tbe line of tbetr march, in their onward move upon the rich minea of Colorado, New Mex ico and Arizona. The progress of these linea ia being dailr heralded, and the snort of tbe iron horse will toon echo in the Ar kansas Valley. St. Louis and Chicago are stimulating thee grand enterprises, poshing them towards tbe grain, cattle and metali of the west. Kansas City is looking w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 July 1879

JAMES TALLEY & CO., Live Stock Commission Merchants, KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS. Dally JUikft Kr ports and the Trice Current furnished tree on application. WJI.KPPEHSe.'V.Saleaaaais. F. C. Z I MME RMAM, XIIE OliU RELUILI WSUH III GENERAL MERCHANDISE, HARDWARE, Tinware, STOVES, and the Best Agricultural Implement8 Pimips, Crockery, and Glassware, and LTJMI3ER. Agent for the genuine Agent for the celebrated SINGER 8EWI G MACHINE CHARTER OAK STOVES and JOHN DEEKE PLOWS. and LEAVENWORTH 8TOVES. ALSO KTSTEB ITMB JIILLS. All kinds of FIREARMS and AMMUNITION. FIREARMS REPAIRED ON SHORT NOTICE. S. C. GALLUP & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS Whips, Spurs, Horse Brushes, Curry Combs, &c, REPAIRING NE.V1 LY DONE. Special attention given to the MANUFACTURE of ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. H ORK, n ADDER & DRAPER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN General Merchandise & Out-Fitting Goods BEY 8S, BOOf S M3 SHOSS, FANCY GROCERIES AND QUEENSW...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 July 1879

MARGUERITE. A modest maiden, y t a wte. With clwstnut hair and hazel eyes, Wao-e gi&uce lite alwaj liked to meet Sodcepiisgaz,, so calm and sweet; CUar beaming with a quiet gladness, hubdued RSby ku unknown sadness; Too troMful in Ita holy love 1 or aught but purtr worlds alxnc. A low, broad brow, with dreamy thought And noble aspirations fraught; A suttleniingllng In the whole i tt earthy elay and beat enly soul ; A face teat meet St where! might. In Joy to-day. In won to-ulght, Would cause (and whyl cau not tell) The hot u ars to my ej es to well. Twh8 so one day she crosr-cd my path. I bait bettered her not of earth, ho sweet that wistful gaze; Intaln I tnmed awur, for look again I must; and then 1 knew toowcll lly that, In which e'en lay tbo spell. That bidden something told too true. That ne'er In btarcnly garden Brew, Aa yet, this blossom, all too rare r'or earthy soil and tarthy air. Ab I sweet, shy flower, 'twai not for long That tbou dldrt mingle with tbe throng; Yet th...

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

II Tho Prince Imperial rodo into dan ger, it is said, like a thorough French cavalier, with laughter in his eyes and a jest upon his tongue, and he died with the name ol his country amon? his last recorded words. He left England, too, in the most buoyant and sanguine spir its, telling his friends that he would see them in the course of the year, when he hoped to have been able to show that he was a good soldier. Abbe Goddard of Chiselhnrst sys that the Prince, no matter how busily occupied, never for got his religious duties. To remove iron mold from linen: Wash the spots in a strong solution of cream of tartar and water. Repeat if necessary and dry in the sua. The farm known as Lsmmermoor in Essex County Va... which before the war sola l.ir Siu.uuu, was som jasi month for S8J0. m Indian Depredations. The fair reader stmJJers wben r'ae thinks of tbe settler's wife watchlne, trorc tic door of her rude bat, the retreattns form of her husband going out to his dally labor Roln out, perh...

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

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. I"' .. ,, DODGE fli J SA1 I'm i V V. .1 1 I.Y an. wmie curious wonders. It lias developed that umeli abused Indict, the Ilea the cd matedilea tbo industrious flea the pesti ferous llci ailea in your ear tlie wicked fe- d tlio flea that pursueth man, wos man j ml child. l!i tlie distres-itg Lot r.iii.-r. mating lift a bunion ami a nm alii'. Hogs, doss fleas. Concomitant, so to ;"IimW. Tlio indweIcrs of this hcatli LOCAL NEWS. J!t Colouro i jlwtit hi St. Loui. Thi Spuarmil". New. Has imtirrid ilie .iM'JeasiitPMif tii" lord County Glotie. Wa fiAllnt lLe liJf L.ttoii. 11 tho lie!1e,l terra is bt..kn.. ymlp modulation the ""Kt" ,,lj,J' 'ui"''-'o "' 1"- sublimity of jant few date- their diiniu:tivcne6saiidaniougthtpeacc- - - 'abh-deuizene inward) of a refreshing and Tlie khicuiv rait up HH Tue.vl.ij rj.-iuvr, while the mercury ranges 111 Theiunasa slight 1tte tery geiitU the iriiuutches. zephyr. , Hot boss, do;.'?, flea, an invincible, visi- ll.oxtrem hut" weather na...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 August 1879

II V t V , '' I DODGE CITY TIMES VOL. VI. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, AUG. 2, 1879. NO. 12. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON & COLBOHN. M. ir. scttos. r. P. COLBOBW. AIItBHin AT uw, DODGE CITT. KAN. one. la rot OfUce Dull J int. GEO. A. KELLOGO. ATTSBKKT AT UW, DODGU CITT, K AS. "Will practice id the iwml courts oftae state. OSn in Globe Building. GBYDEN & HABDESTY, AITMNBYK AT UW, DODGE CITY, KANSAS. Will practice la State and Federal Courts. Office opposite Dodge CltT Times building. W. F. MASON, PHtTSICIAN A.XD aiTBClEBIf, DODGE CTTT. KANSAS. t70H in the Globe Bulldinz-'CS Orders mar be lelt at Frlnga's Drugstore. M. M. MILLIGAN, PHYSICIAN Arts 8TBSK.'. DODGE cm", KANSAS. S3" Outce in Front of City IIotel.-C5 UPJNKMAX. BEOS. &. VTEBSTEB, Ll'XBEK BIALEB1. DODGE C1TV. KA. Yards south of Railroad tract.. D. S. WEAVER. PAI.1TEB. StGsWatTnra, GKADnsa.CABBiAGE work dodge crrr, kan. CEIHTK.-V.NIAC. BABBBB Ifltr. GEORGE DIETER. Proprietor. "Snaring, Shampooing and Tlair Cnittlng done in th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 August 1879

Jr 41 ' U . i THE DODCITCITY TIMES. ICB'HUirTKIt: ?ioarT 1tir, liltmtti NICHOLAS B. KLAINE, - Tdilor. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Personal and Mterary. Proctor, the astronomer, will re turn to this country next tmnrnor. Henry Grevillo (Madams Alice Du racd) has written bight novels within three years. The preface to Mark Twain's latest book says: "Written by one loafer .for another loafer to read." Tbo London Spectator thinks that Tennyson's sentimental narratives have too much microscopic nilnutiw. Prof. Max Mullcrhas ready the first three volumes of his translations of the Sacred Books of the world. Mrs. Agasstz has written a letter to the women of Massachusetts! congratu lating them on their newly acquired right to'voto on school questions. Mr. Henry James, Jr., the novel ist, began to contribute to the leading magazines aoout vi years ago. no is unmarried anil lives at present in Lon-don. Gcrstcr's magnificent voice was first discovered by a musical director ot Vienna, who beard her sing...

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

II YELLOW FETEB AT HOME. Bow It I Traatad fTi Crux, the Ptaeo Whera Tallow Jak Itelgna ronnr. rrm tint vr York Times. Give a dog a badname and h8 goes to the aog-pouna, anu, ihuh.uuu. Give a city a.badjname.forievers and t has to suffer even when' "no fever is there. The steamship City of Mexico ran for a long time between Vera Cruz and New Orleans, making quicker com munication with the civilized' world for the people of Vera Crnz and the interior than they ever had before.' The time to New Orleans was less than four days, and from there communication was easy with all parts of the United State, or all parts of the world. This steamer now lies in the North River, laid np for the summer and all because Vera Cruz has .a.bad.name. Last summer, they had yellow fever there plenty of it. This summer there is no epideanc but, to guard against any chance of conta gion, New Orleans has ordered that all vessels from Vera Cruzshallliein quar antine 20 days "before goingup to the city. This pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 August 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODUE CITY. SATURDAY. AUG. 2. SUBSCUlrnOXl tS OO per year, in Stance XICRWM M. KIJMBB, Bailer. THE PALL THADE. The unusual abundant growth cf graas at Ibis season of the year augurs welt (or buil nets in the fall. Usually the tmmeBW cat tle business is principally orer at tbl time of year; bat that trade baa undergone aome modification, and U now distributed through' out the year. The change U noted perccpti' bl j, and i a complete turpriae to those who gathered the balk of the yesre profiU dur idjc the summer boom. More catile are be ing held in the country aouth than formerly nd the aupplice (or the increaeed number of cattle campa will be furnished at thia point The entire range of country along the southern border, of Kaosae and in the Tan Handle of Tezaa hat 'been taken up as a cattle range. While other poiata may be ought for raippiac purpose, with appa rently good reasons, Dodge City will be the moat ayalUhle point for the purchase of supplies, being nea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 August 1879

JAMES TALLEY & CO., Live Stock Commission Merchants, KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS. Daily 3trttt Krports an4 the Prict-Current farnlhej tree oa application. WJI. E 1'PERftO. ftalMmnii. F. C. Z I MME R MANX, XIIK ULU HKIilABli UKALEH 1.1 GENERAL MERCHANDISE, HARDWARE, Tinware, STOVES, and the Best Agricultural Implements Pumps, Crockery, and Glassware, and LUMBER. Agent for the genuine Agent for the celebrated SINGER SEW,G MACHINE CHARTER OAK STOVfS and JOHN DEERE PLOWS, and LEAVEN WO UTI I STOVES. ALSO HTOTEB WUD JIILI.H All kinds of FIREARMS and AMMUNITION. FIREARMS REPAIRED ON SHORr NOTICE. S- C. GALLUP & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS . Whips, Spurs, Horse Brushes, Curry Combs, &c. REPAIRING NEA1 LY DONE. Special attention given to tbe MANUFACTURE of GAliI.fOBS.3A SABEIS. ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. ORK & URAPER. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN General Merchandise & Ont-Fitting Goods bey tgooBS, mBTB MB ssis, FANCY GROCE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 August 1879

SVMMElt MOItXINO. The rising sun I go to meet, feet ank3dcep In drwy press; Kare fragrance stirs beneath my feet And round my pathway gather sweet The scents of morning as 1 pass. Tbe tinted mapiesoVrniyhead Hash out aiolt In leaty sheen. While brnaen notes ol flitting birds Break f tt across my faltering words, And drift along the shadow green. A glistening veil of purple haze On nearer mountains softly lies. The distance swings In liquid light, Where blue peaks, rising, height on height, Diasolt e Ilka dreams In fainting skies. latnt Goodalt, in Christian Union. !- DESTINY. She sits by the window sewing. Her auburn head bent low; for a beautiful garment is growing Jleneath the touch ol her lingers. And a gleam ol their ruddiness lingers In etery fold of the liken mow That dtllts the fair young face below. Cool rains the sash beat drearily. And tires ctand sorry dresed Against the somber sky; jet cheerily liums the maiden aX hcrsewltig; Winds across thu henvi. Mowing Troop of dusky...

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