DODGE CITY TIMEK
VOL. VH. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, SEPT. 18, 1880. NO. 18-
SUTTON &. COLBORN,
M. W. SUTTOS. COLBOKS.
ATTeBIlBYrJ AT WW,
DODGE CITT. KAX.
Offlee in Tat Offlee Building.
HARRY E. GRYDEN.
ATTeB.WET AT UW,
DODGE CITV. KAS.
Will practloe in the State and Federal Courts,
V. F. MASON.
PHMCIAlf AIB lUTBGEOSI,
DODGE CITV. KAXAS.
Ordera roar be lelt at Fringed Drns Store.
Residence east end of Military avenue.
CE.fTEnXIAI. BABBEB SHOP.
HENRY KOCH. Proprieter.
baring. Shampooing and Hair Cuming done in
inc latest uuuiuu,
BRINKMAN. BROS. Jfc WEBSTER,
DODGE CITY. KAS.
Yards south of Eailroid track.
t. l. Mccarty, m. d.
Physician aud Druggist,
DEALER IX DBCGS, MEDICINES.
Chemical and iwrrfumery , Toilet Goods, Brush
es, Sponge, Dje Slugs, IainU, Oila, etc.
HERMAN J. FRINGER,
Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals
Toilet Goods, Itnuhea. Sponges, Dye Stuff.
Paints, Oils, Etc.
DODGE CITY. KAXSAS.
BI9HBS AIVB STOVES.
Keeps constantly a good stock of the above
DODGE CITY TOWN CO.
Town Lots for Sale.
Prices to Suit all Parties.
iTRAYED OR STOLEN from the Fort
CALVES. Cows branded 7 7 7 on left hip
or side; ones, lanre Red Cow without
calf: one email Red Cow with bald face,
verv small horns and three years old: one
a kind of dirtv white, one drooped horn.
All fonr are fine Colorado improved stock.
I will the atK,ye rewanUoMheir ,
AngostH Dodge City. Kas.
Price $2 Per Day.
FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT
AND FOR TRANSIENT CUSTOM
first Class Livery, Feed and
SALE STABLE IX COXXECTION
with thU house.
Cox & Boyd, Proprietors.
P. L- BEATTY, Prop'r.
HAVING OPENED THE HOUSE WITH
' EVCBITHI.XC 9IEW,
I INTEND TO KEEP AS GOOD A
HOUSE IN EVERY RESPECT
AS CAS BE FOUSD IS THE STATE.
Terms, $2 Per Day.
NEW BOOT & SHOE SHOP.
Is now prepared to Jo firstclus work of
Nice-Fitting Boots a Specialty
Prices low Shop at Mueller's eld stand.
W. W. ROBBUVS
A fall line of GROCERIES on hand.
Vegetables and Fruits
Received three times per week.
SOLD AT THE LOWEST LIVING CASH
And DELIVERED FREE OF CHARGE
to all parts of the city.
Call and see me, 3 doors west of Post
On or about the 30th of August from the
undersigned, a common work team of
HORSES, one 16 1 hands high, a dark
narr one IS hands hi eh liarht bar nearlv
sorrel : no brands. Any information con
corning the lost horses can be left with
J. A. LANE. Nettleten, Kansas, who
will give a liberal reward for the delivery
of the bones to him. sell-lm
JAMES A. GARFIELD,
FOR VICE PRESIDENT.
CHESTER A. ARTHUR,
JAMES D. SNODDY,
W. A. PEFFER.
R. W. P. MUSE.
For Congressman 3d District,
For State Senator.
J. C. STRANG.
SB PUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
JOHN P. ST. JOHN.
For Lieutenant Governor.
D. W. FINNEY.
For Secretary of State.
For State Treasurer.
For Anditor of State,
P. I. BOXEBRAKE.
For Attorney General.
W. A. JOHNSTON.
For SnpL of Pnblic Instruction.
IL C. SPEER.
For Associate Justice,
D. M. VALENTINE.
Bob Ingersoll discourses thnsiy :
Nothing hurts a man, nothing hurts a
party so terribly as fool friends.
A fool friend is a sewer of bad news, of
slander, and all base and unpleasant
A fool friend always knows every mean
thing that has been said against too and
against your party.
He always knows where the party is
losing, and the other is making large
He always teUs yon of the good luck
your enemy has had.
He implicitly believes every story
against you, and kindly suspects your
A fool friend is always full of atupid
He is so candid that be always believes
the statements of an enemy.
He never suspects anything on your
Nothing pleases him like beingshoeked
by horrible news concerning some good
He never denies a lie unless it ia in
He is always finding fault with his part
ty, and is contmuauy begging pardon
for not belonging to the other aide.
He is frightfully anxious that all of his
candidates should stand well with the
He is forever seeing the faults of his
party and the virtues of the other.
He generally shows hU candor by
scratching his ticket.
He always scratches every nook and
comer of his conscience to end a reason
for deserting a friend or a principle.
In a moment of victory he is aagnani
moosly on your side.
In defeat he consoles yon with prophe
sies made after the event.
The fool friend regards your reputation
as common property, aad as common prey
for all the vultures, hyenas and Jackals.
He take, a sad pleasure in your misfor
tunes. He forget his principles to gratify your
Ha forgives your slanderer and mallgner
with all his heart.
He is so friendly that yoa. cannot kick
He generally talks for you. bnt always
bets the other way.
EOLID FOK HANCOCK.
Consider what Lee aad Jacksoo would do
were thev alive. Tnm am the same
Pnnarug roa which they focoht
rouK teaks. Remember the men who
poured forth their life blood on Virginia's
soil, and do not abandon them bow. Re
member thst noon vonr vote drtMh th.
raceras of the Democratic ticket. Wade
HAxrros, at Staunton, Vs., July 20.
THE 80UHI MUSI RULE.
I am as positive that Hancock will be
elected as I am that there is a God In the
beaten. Ycu ray that he Is a Yankee.
Well, I know thsl; and I know, too, that
hia sword has pierced the breast of many a
gallant man in gray. Bat what are we to
do? We can not pat in on of oar own men
this time, and have to take a Yank. That
being the oaf, let us take one who ia Ins
blue-bellied than the meat ot them. Yoa
may depend upon it, sir, that Yank or no
Yank, if elected the old boys of the South
will see that Hancock does the fair thing by
them. In other words, he will ran the ma
chine to suitihem, or they will run the thing
themselves. They are not going to b play
ed with any longer. If you hear any man
say that Hancock cannot carry all of the
South, yon may put him down as a d
fooL Robert Toombs' letter to a friend in
The Boston Traveller says of the Maine
election: The fury ol the hour is over, and
the sober, second thought of the country
will ask what this explosion means? It
will soon be recognised that tie furore and
fanaticism which assailed resumption un
successfully, has rallied and shook hands
with bourbonisai ia the Joist rush for pow
er. The business interests of New York,
where the real battle ia, after all. to be
fought, will not be slow to interpret the true
import of this greenback revival. Alarmed
and aroused, the commercial interests of the
nation will surely and effectively come to
the rescue. The triumph of the greenback
allies in Maine, it we mistake not will be
the signal for the rallying of the reserve
farce to the republican standard, which oth
erwire might have remained in the back
.ground and permitted the final verdict to go
Mr. Giimore, Land Commissioner ol the
Kansas Pacific; has approved applicttions
from the snSerere by drought for 65,000
bushels of seed wheat, and has sent out near
ly 30,000 bushels. The whsst is going at the
rats of ten or fifteen car loads a day. The
nine in Central and Western Kansas have
put the soil in fine condition for the seed,
and the railroad company will no doubt
never have reason to regret this exhibition
All the old sealers in New Mexico agree
in the belief that this is the most propiilous
fall for all pastoral purposes, that the terri
tory has been blessed with. The cattle and
sheep will enter the winter with an abund
ance of flesh, aad the probabilities sis that
wool wM bring a good price next year; so
the outlook is excellent.
A fe. aftha Ssaith iamQr WW held
stPeapac. New Jersey, last Wednesday.
Three thousand desadsasi of the sturdy
Hollander John Schmidt, were there and,
strsace to say. then wasn't a plain John In
the crowd.' The aesrsst approach was a
swell whs called Uswdf John Dayton
A Boston believer ia Bob Iacerssllssyc
IfamsasmHesyoa on oae cheek torn to
him the other and whack him over (behead
with whatever comes handy.
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