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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 August 1879

HIXTSFOKTHE HOUSEHOLD. TIIK TABLE. Doze Cake : 2 cups of sugar, i cup of butter, cream; then add 4 beaten epgs. 1 cup of sweet milk, 1 teaspoonful of soda, 2 cups flour, 2 teaspoon! uls cream tartar. Dissolve the soda in the milk and stir the cream-tartar into the flour. Flavor as yon wish. Cream for Coffee: The members of mv family (says a correspondent of the Sural New l'orker) prefer the following made cream for their coffeo to the genu ine article. Beat 1 egg to a foam, add a tablespoonful of white sugar, and pour over a pint of boiling hot milk stirring briskly as it is poured over the egg. Prepare at night for the morning. Cold Slaw: Slice or chop very fine 1 head (or enough for family use) of cab bage and season with salt and pepper. Beat 3 eggs well together; mirwithit a tcacupful of vinegar, 1 tablespoonful of unmixed mustard, a tablespoonful of sugar and a tablespoonful of butter. Bring to tho boiling point and pour over ho cabbage. To Cook Xew Potatoes : Wash, rub the ski...

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. — 2 August 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. Al'G. 2- locTaTnews. Getting dry again. Hie Arkansas river bomns once more. WAITED. A vojog woman to do general home work. tc- Inquire at oflice of A. R WEBSTER. Dodge City. "DETSR UIN." Tlie Garden City Paper nays "It has rained nearly every day for a week pact um! still some lunatics ronieml that it never rains in Western Kansas." Sheriff Masterson ha taken a few days' visit to Wichita. Chntlnut attest has an improvement Jndge Fringer domieil. Mr. E. F. Colborn returned from bis eastern trip homme sole. The postoffice ht Hazelwood. Ford co., has been discontinued. Charley Alexander's diamond pin flashes for tba Gnat Western Hotel. A large quantity of Drains bay la being cnt on the Arkansas river bottom. Mrs. Sarah E. Cash baa been appointed postmaster at Piereeville. Kaa. The WbiU Lead Railroad line to Fort Elliott Uone we hive 'left out,' neighbor Globe. Michael Rtcey 'a bay bone was misting from the picket pin, and is supposed to be st...

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. — 9 August 1879

DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. YI. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, AUG. 9, 1879. NO. 13. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON & COLBORN, 'M. W. SUTTOX. E. F. COLBORX. ATTORNEY! AT LAW, DODGE CUT, KAX. Off ee la roat PMce Building. GEO. A. KELLOGG. ATTOB.1EY AT UW, 10UGE CITV, KAX. Will practice in the several courts ol the State. Office In Globe Building ORYDEN 4. HARDESTY, ATTOBIfEXR AT 1AW, DODGE CITV, KAXSAS. Will practice In State and Federal Courts. Office opposite Dodge City Times building. W. F. MASON. PHYSICIAN AMD lTJBGEO?l. DODGE CITY. KAXSAS. ty Office In the Globe Building. -2 Orden mar be left at Fringer's Drug Store. M. M. MILLIGAX. PHYSICIAN Altl HCBGM.t, DODGE CITV, KAXSAS. EJ- Office in Front of City nottl.-Q BRINKUAX. BROS. & WEBSTER, LUSHER DI1LEBS, DODGE CITV. KAS. Tarda aouth of Bailroad track. D. S. WEAVER. PAI.XTBB. Sias Wsmso, GBACtiso.CABsuoE work DODGE CITY. KAX. CElfTEHflrlAI. BABBEB SHOP. GEORGE DIETER. Proprietor. Sharing, Shampooing and Hair Coittingdone in the latest f&...

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. — 9 August 1879

THE DODGE CITY TimL-LZZitEE 3ffi NICHOLAS B. KLAINE, - .Editor. A FEXUVS FLIGHT. Story of th :! nl Alntiir of Johu Itojlo OJtellljr. In tho last issue of tlw Boston Pilot, John Boyle O'Keilly, its tditor, gives tho first correct story of his escape from the penal colony of West Australia, to which he wan consigned as a Fenian some 10 years ago. The story is as fol lows: " For several months previous to the date of my escape, I had been resolved on and in preparation for an nttemot. No one knew my mind. I had before seen so many fail that I concluded it was best to make the effort alone. Fortu nately I was iHssuadcd from this pur no. One day I was visited at the camp of tho convict road party named above by Kov. Patrick McCabe, a Cath olic priest, whose 'pansn' exienacu over hundreds of miles of bush, and vhnsn nnlv narishioners wtre convicts and tickcl-of-leavo men. Ono day he rode to my hut, and we walked togeih ..r intrtthiihinh. I hail then made all my plans for escape, and I fre...

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. — 9 August 1879

I TO CORRESPONDENTS. AllcoinmunlcutioniforthUpapcrsuouldbe accompanied by tho namo of tho nntlior, not ncccwarily f or publication, Imt as c idencc oi SOodfaitlKintlinjiart of the writer. Write only on nno i-idc o( tlie paprr. lto particularly cart'ful in Riving -names anil dates, to Lave all litters or lij-urea plain and distinct. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Personal and "Literary. -J. B. Gough has lectured 8,000 times. A book of selected letters, by Charles Dickens, is promised lor the -coming season. It is said that a daughter of Bayard Taylor is likely to follow in her father's literary footsteps. Intelligent London critics praise Sara Bernhardt's acting, but say that her pretensions in sculpture, painting and literature are entirely hollow, being the plainest of advertising devices. An illustrated history of universal literature is being issued in the Czech lan"uage, edited by Vaclav Petrn of Pdsen, in Bohemia. The first volume deals with Chinese and Sanskrit litera ture. Mrs. Mary A. L...

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 August 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. AUG. 0. SUCSCr.iniO.N: a; 00 per year. In advance NICHOLAS n. KUIME, Editor. SHEEP HAI8IWG. Some idea of the enormous profits attend iog shp raising may be formed trom some itema we glean Irom the Las Animas (Col.) Leader, The net proceeds of a wool clip from 8,000 bead of sheep reaches the enor mous earn of $10,000. In conversation with tome of our farmers we find that they with to engage in sheep raising. Many of them are without suf ficient means to make purchasei of a start in the bailees?. Our sheep growers might find it advantageous to let a portion of their Im mense herds out on shares to those farmers who would take excellent care cf the sheep, and return the profits satisfactorily. It has been shown that sheep raising is remunerative in Western Kansas, and is at tended with little expense, as there is suffi cient grazing for winter fuod. The farming out of some of the large sheep herds to small growers would tend to extend that br...

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. — 9 August 1879

I JAMES TALLEY & CO., Live Stock Commission Merchants, KANSAS CITY STOCK YAEDS. Daily Market B ports and the Price Current furnished tree on application. W3L EPPEBie.t, MMnn. F. C. Z I M ME B MANN. IUI OLB HELIABI.il UIH IJ1 GENERAL MERCHANDISE, HARDWARE, Tinware, STOVES, and the Best Agricultural Implements Pumps, Crockery, and Glassware, and LTJMBEB. Agent for the genuine Agent for the celebrated SINGER 8EWI&G MACHINE CHARTER OAK STOVES and JOHN DEERE PLOW8. and LEAVENWORTH STOVES. ALSO 8TOTEB WMB MILLS. All kinds of FIREARMS and AMMUNITION. FIREARMS REPAIRED ON SHORT NOTICE. S. C. GALLUP & CO. MANCFACTURERS OF SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS Whips, Spurs, Horse Brashes, Curry Combs, &cr REPAIRING NEATLY DONE. Siecial attention given to the MANUFACTURE of ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. obk & Draper, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN General Merchandise & Out-Fitting Goods BKY mm9 BOOTS &SD SHOES, FANCY GROCERIES AND QUEENSWARE. FRONT ...

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. — 9 August 1879

THE EDITOR'S APPEAL TO DELIS-' QUEST SUBSCRIBERS. Swift ho comes O the comet corner, JUrtlntc through boundless apacoJ IgTOorlnff the law of the world In hla demoniacal racu; And ell he maj and tlic world may quail ; TLe cornet has billions ol leagued by tall! Tad pole 1 all T and a tad-pole head Of millions of cubic miles! And h fllce lUe a crazy bus Taut planets and moons, and smiles To er i.Lt ir alarm at hU flashes and flames : But lie Roc- right ahead, ne er asking their names i He comes, he comes, 0 1 swift he comes A whizrlEj? right toward the earth; And h may he in liU crazy wake, AndlaJl by his helllu mirth; And a bundle of comets with our old ball He ouid't compare In value at alL Ab, yes, lie comes, and swiftly comes; And hU path Is not defined; And frann? he inlht slide in some night, Mititmsu llml we bear In mind Mefchould Ji-) prepartd. II en co, take this hrd ; 1 1 ywtr cojudmce clear vith the paper you readt ii .uy jjemsK THE KAISERBLUMEN. Have you heard of the KaUer...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 August 1879

HIXTS FOB THE HOUSEHOLD. Fried Cacumbers : Pare, cut into lengthwise pieces a quarter of an inch thick and layin cold or ice-water halt an hour. Tike out, wipo with a nap tin, season with pepper and salt, dredge with flour and fry to a light brown. English Mixed Pickles: i peck of small green tomitoes; S dozen small encumbers, 2 heads of cauliflower, i pcefc of tender string beans, C bunches of celery, 6 green peppers, and a quart of small, white onions. Chop the veg etables quite fine, sprinkle with salt and let stand over night. To 6 or 7 quarts of vinegar ad J an ounco each of ground cloves, allspice and pepper, 2 ounces of turmeric and I pound of mus tard seed. Let the vinegar and spico come to a boil, put in the vegetables, and scald until tender and a little yellow. So many have asked for a recipe to remove supertluous nair and none have made reply that I have taken pity on the alllicted ones and send ia my mite, taken from the best medical authority. Superfluous hairis as tro...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 August 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. dodge crrr. Saturday, auo. LOCAL NEWS. Iiravol! EravoIM lie sot "afraid" of the "gang." The Globe ts not an organ." Nat eed. Another fine rain all day Thursday. It n a soaker. D. bboedy is in tbe city. He baa re moved bit cattlo to western Nebraska. Judge Sam Marshall took a trip to tba mountain! to look after tomi mining in terests. Martin G. Smith and Mua Emma Carl ton wen named at Garden City. Tuee day. by Bev. W. p. Williams. Who aaya business in Dodge ia poort The boose 01 ngai, jjcvenej a. ,. u Saturday last sold nearly (2,800 of goods. priacipallr for the cattle samps. W. H. Woed of Sweetwater. Texas, spent a few dare in Dodge and abed the light of bis nappy countenance npon bis numerous friends. Tben tba Globe is a freebooUr. It ia not an organ . It baa no political sagaci ty. Tbe general opinion Is. without any admission from that paper, that it doesn't know mucn. Niveral changes have taken place be hind tbe bars. J. II. Phillips is installed as Treasu...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 August 1879

Ui-t DODGE CITY TIMES. L VOL. VI. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, AUG. 16, 1879. NO. 14- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. suttox & colborx. St. JT. SUTTON. K. r. COLBOItX. ATTORNEY AT .VW DODGE CITY. KAN. Onlce In IV-t Office BnlMlng. GEO. A. KELU3GG. ATTOB.MIV AT UW, DODGE CITY.KAX. Will practice m the several courts of the State. Office in Globe Building. QRYDCX & HARBESTY, ATTORNEYS AT 1.11V. DODGE CITY, KAXSA. "Will practice In State and Federal Courts. Office opposite DoO;e CitT Tiroes building. W. V. MASON. PIIYNICIAX AU MURRECV, DODGE CirY. KAXSAS. 5 Office in the Gl.be liuilding. -2 Orders mav be lett at Frinjrr' Drus siore. lirasshoppers passedover Kays City last week going southeast. Gen. Butltr looks for a s;oon-ianeous nprlslcg in 3Iassacr.nsctts In his tavor. Four farmer In Mourgoine ry county have this seasontkresbed ten thousand bushels of wheat. V. M. MILUGAN. PnVJIIl'UX -AXU SCBKEO.t, DODGE CITY. KANSAS. J3-OCi;e In Front of City Hotel. -t2 liRlXKMAN. BROS. & WEBSTER, tC.TinEi; ...

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. — 16 August 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. fcriMttlrrlON: 8SOJr lir, lq iiliinre. 1CHOLAS It. KLAIXE, - Editor. FARM TOPICS. Cultivation ok the Peach. At the late meeting of the Washtenaw County (Mich.) Pomological Society, the Secretary, in a paper on the cultiva tion of fruit trees, held the following in relation to the peach: This fruit requires two different sys tems of culture. That is, the bearing trees must be differently treated from those that are too young for bearing. It is the nature of the young peach tree to keep on growing late into the fall. This muit not be permitted. It can be pre vented by stopping to stir the soil at midsummer. The rest of the season is required to harden up tho young wood for winter. To properly control the growth, (kill and experience are requir ed. In the month of August cultivating for the young peach treo should stop. Should the ground be very rich, and the trees show a determination to keep on growing, the leading branches may be pinched in. After pinching, a n...

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. — 16 August 1879

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All communications forthlspapcr.boutd bo accompanied uy the name ol the uuthor. not nrciourilrfurnubllcatinn. r ta e ldnico ol L-oodialtlinntliopart ol tlio writer. Unto iinlynnoiiu-ldoni the paper, lie particularly cartful in Kiting names and dates to bao nil letters or tl.tink plaiu und distinct ITEMS OF INTEREST. Personal and literary. "The Ethics ol George Eliot's Works " is a new book just oat in Lon don. John Crombie Brown is the au thor. Mrs. Mary Howitt has received from the English Government a pension of $500, in consideration of her literary services. The rumor goes that the " Impres sions of Theophrastus Such" will be George Eliot's final work. It is already in its third edition in England. Victor Hugo says It is far better to be 50 years old than 40. " Fifty," says he, ' is the youth of old age, while 40 is the old ago of youth." Mr. Shillaber, known to fame as "Mrs. Partington," suffers severely from gout at his home in Chelsea, Bos ton. He is now C5...

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. — 16 August 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. AUG. 1C SUnsCWITIOX: MWptrytsr, in advance NICHCI.M M. KIJLI.il!, Editor. Tbe Indications from Ohio are tbat Ewing will be bitM) br an oTerwhelming majority, It; tbe 1st of September next tbe A. T. & S. F. Railroad will be rucniw; trains into Leadrille. Tbe majority lor tbe Republican ticket in renctjlrasiatbis (all, u estimated at 30,' 000 bj good jadei of political erenls. An orlr lately waited in St. Louis for about 1,500,000 hostels of wbeat to export to Germany is reported u a new feature id our Western t?rin trade. Sbelbville, III., Union: An editor being arked, "Dohognpayy'uji a. great many do not. They take the paper several yean and then bare the postmaster send it back marked "refused." A common way of imjtteing upon icnor- ar.t prospectors in the mining region! of e ?ada is in shoot gold filing into the ground from a gun. Even brass in made to serve tbe purpose, and by this means many a worthies claim s sold at a high price....

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. — 16 August 1879

II JAMES TALLEY & CO., Live Stock Commission Merchants, KANSAS CITY STOCK YARDS. Dally Market Ucports and the Price Current furnished Iik od application. WX. RPPUMlf, aaleaaeaa. F. C- Zimmerman, THE OL.B RKLUILE BE ALE B IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, HARDWARE, Tinware, STOVES, and the Best Agricultural Implements Pumps, Crockery, and Glassware, and LTJLBER. Agent for the genome Agent for tbe celebrated SINGER 8EWISG MACHINE CHARTER OAK STOVES and JOHN DEERE PLOW8. and LEAVENWORTH STOVES. ALSO ATOVEB ITUB HILLS. 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 NEA1LY DONE. Special attention given to the MANUFACTURE of ORDERS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. DODGE CITY, KANSAS. ORK & RAPER, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN General Merchandise & Oat-Fitting Goods RT &GOBS, BOOTS AHD SHOES, FANCY GROCERIES AND QUEENSWARE. FRONT STRE...

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. — 16 August 1879

Mr LIFE. Oh, who would fight, ana much and counter march, lu ulint lor fclxTwnc' on a battle-field. And shoveled up Into a-bloody trench Wfcero no n Knows? Hut let mo live my lite. All, who would cast and balance at a desk, IVrchedlikeacrowupono threo-lejored tool TIU all bis Juice la dried, and all hU joints Arc lull ol chalk? But let me live ray live. Why rte the State? tor 11 1 carved my name Upon the cliffs that guard my native land, I mlKht a. well ha e traced It In the sands. The tea wastes all. Hut let mo live my life. a ' ' Trrrnyson. . . m LITTLE FEET. Two little leet, to small that both may nestle In one carcsslnjr baud Two tender leet, upon the. untried border Ol lite' mysterious land. Dimpled and soft, and pink as peach-tree blossoms In April' fragrant days. How con they walk among the briery tangles Edging the world's rough wajs? These rovi-whlto feet along the doubtful fu ture. Must bear a woman's load ; Alas I since woman has the heaviest burden. And walks the hardest...

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. — 16 August 1879

Madmen as Writers. Here is a hint for superintendents of American madhouses. The innovation has been introduced recently in the great Vienna establishments. A litho graped newspaper, published in the in stitution, is contributed to by the in mates. Those patienti for whom this slight menUl exertion can only be bene ficial send articles and essays on the questions of the day, and it is only fair to sar that it would ba a comfort to readers it some of the matter published in the Vienna newspapers by people generally considered aae were as clev er and well written as soma of these let ters. Those who are afflicted with any monomania may ventilate their delu sions and support their convictions by argument and example in the columns of thi3 extraordinary paper. The logic employed in an article in a resent num ber (says a correspondent) by one gen tleman to disprove the belief of another that his beard was of heather and re quired constant watering, was so fault less and incisive as to ha...

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. — 16 August 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. AUG. 1C LOCAL NEWS. The Arkansas river (till holds ilt own. JU upl John McKernan of Cimarron called this weak. II baa a lot of bav for sale. A. IL Boyd i putting tu 250 acres in wheat on bis farm nar Larned. Judge Fringer is planting SO scree in wheat on bis plantation near this city. Geo. Deiter naa gone to bis lann in Clav county, driving thirty head of posies. ranlT. Carlett of Lamed, spent a few days in the city. II ha) the Government hay contract. Judge Marshall returned froai his trip to the mountains Sunday moraine, much pleased with bu visit. The Arkansas river was booming again this week. The river was raging and np to the banks. It bad rained. Several head of cattle have died ot the Tezasfeter. Thenars oo fears of the disease becoming general. S. A- Wilier, an alderman of the city of Philadelphia, called Thursday. lie has a eon living in Ford county. Dr. II. M. Clark and J. M. Bowman of Bpearevill were in the city Monday; and rep...

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. — 23 August 1879

Qsjf T" I- DODGE CITY TIMES. c VOL. VI. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, AUG. 23, 1879. NO. 15- A f PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 8UTTON 4 COLBORN, M. W. BUTTOH. T. T. COLBORN. ATTBBlfBYS AT IAr. DODGE CITY. KAX. OHm U Post OMo Building. GEO. A. KELLOGG. ATTBBKBT AT I.A1T. dodge crtr. kax. Will praetlc u th. eereml courts of the State. Ogee to Glob. Building. GRVDEN A. HARDEST?, AIIUnVR AT CAW. DODGE CITY. KANSAS. Will practice In State nd federal Courts. Omos apposite Dodge City Times building. W. P. MASON. VBniCIAl ASB SVBCIBBlf. DODGE CTTT. KANSAS. GTOace In tne Globe Building. -a Orders mar be left at Fringer Drug Store. M. M. MILUGAN, FaTCSICIAN AIM 8VBil.1, DODGE CITY. KANSAS. rj-OBce in Front of City Hotel. -CI BRINKMAN. BROS. & WEBSTER. KVasasBB BIALERS, DODGE CITY. KAS. Tarda aoBth of Bailroad track. D. 8. WEAVER. PAISTSH. Siaw Wkituiq, GRAnnxo.CABJUiQE work dodge crrr. kax. CBKTBNMAI, B ABB KB . GEORGE DIETER, Proprietor. Skating, Shampooing and nair Coining dona in the latest fatalon. JOHN ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 August 1879

I A t i THE-DODGE CITY" !T SIBMEirTIINj fcJOljfr Ysr,Inl'Tiir. S , i d . i - NICHOLAS I!. KLAINE, - Vdftor Af.'AMEMXON'S CAREER. Tb 1UiiU or 'oI f-jitrln of Klu ratlon. , There had apparently been some'jni4 take in Agamemnon's education He hiul hprni to a number oj colleges, indeed, but he had.ncver completed his conrsfc In any one. He had continually" fallen into tome difficulty with the auttjoritiei. It was singular, 'or he was of an iqnuiij ng mind, and had always tried tonfl out what would be expected of him, but i i I.: inn in vZnht tMnf. - ! can uutci iiii- ut -wv- ..... h. .1 s "Solomon John thought the troupes -might bo in what they caliea ma.eiceaYc system, where you were to choose whit stud v vou would take. This had always V.iii!ilrMl Agamemnon a good deal, And how was a feller to tell," Soli omon John had asked, "whether ha, wanted to study a thing, before he tneu it?. It mieht turn out awful hard I" .Agamemnon had always been fond, of rcadingfromhiscnuanoouup. hbivb it ...

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