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THE DODGE CITY TIMES.
DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. SEPT. 8. CB8CEIITION: 2 09 per year, in advance. If. B. BLAINE. B4ltr sua PnbUhher. Four comet, an Indian war, m dtoulb, abort crop), an assassination, and thirty-two drcnaas, and yet no panic Toil ii a great country. There will be a big 'demand in the west for hay all the teama building the A. & 1. and the two line of the SaDta Fe in Mexico are Ic be fed, and not enough hay in New Mexico for home consumption. If yon want to atudy the immense variety of the human face in expression you should bend your gate upon the mobile countenance of a deaf and dumb man when he reachea an der the plank walk for a lost nickel and picks op a raw bumble bee by the etem, Speaking of the release of ex-Congrasman Conway from the inune esjlam at Washing ton, the Troy Chief says: "This is right. Kansas is the paradise of lunatic, and Con way should hare a chance. Kansas makes governors, judges and members of the Leg islalure cf ber worst lunstics. Welcome, Conway I" Little Chief of the Northern Cheyennes, and Ben. Clsrk, interpreter, pasted through town lsst Moudsy, on their return from Waahicgton, where the Chief had been in consultation with the Interior Department with reference to the reciofil of bis tribe to the north. Little Chief ssys about 200 will go to the north this tall, and the others as soon a grass comes next spring. There are about 800 in the band, and their removal to the Territory, in the first place, was a piece of treachery on the part of the Hayes ad minismtion for which no excuse can be ofiered. Caldwell Commercial. A captive bear at ir.e Arkansas Hot Springs finds occasional solace in a botlleo( beer proflered by some good-natured person A recent visitor, who had been much amus ed at seeinr bruin draw the cork and drtnk from the bottle with evident satisfaction, de termined to treat as often as the bear desired, taking a glass himself from every bottle which the captive put under his belt. At the end of two hours the man succumbed to nineteen glasses snj was borne away on a ehulttr, while tba bear strolled back and forth at the end of bis chain with a serene and benevolent expression upon his counte- Howard Courani: It is estimated, for the exact figures have not yet been arnv.d at, that the stock interes's of Kansas represent a value exceeding $06,000,000, and it is a t a'e statement to make that a year from to ils j the value will be nearly if not quite, double that amount. The greater part of this is represented by cattle, but when we re member that the latest computation places the number o' sheep ia the state at over 1000 000, it can readily be seen that this branch is by no means an unitujtortant part of the eiock interests. The rapid, rtmarka- ble,and indeed unprecedented growth of the hrep interests in the State ia a matter of great congratulation, and its promise for the luture is still greater. Quite an excitement prevails amoog our people by the shooting cf Little Buck, an Ossce Inditn. by U. H. Deputy Marshal L. Vt. Marks. The facts are as follows: Mirks came upon Little Boca, who is wanted at Fort Smith on a charge of horse stealing, nsir Rarnettsville. Cherokee Nation, and or dered him to surrender, whereupon Little Buck drew a butcher-knife and started to ward Marks, saying at tbe same time that he would die before he would surrender Marks drew hii pistol and fired. Little Buck is a nottd thief and has been on the scout for some time. He has also ssid that he wanted to kill one marshal, then he would be willing to die. Indian Journal. m Colorado parties have contracted for 1,500 Ions of prairie hay and 8,000 tone of wheat in Rlent township Sumner cmntv. They propose to oe it in wintering 43,000 sheep. The Pioneer sugar still mada ran of on pan ol sugar last week, Dot Boding tbe cane rather green stepped work, bat vtlMrait surtsdip again Tuesday of this week. Mr. Gut dick, sugar maker froo Baton Boogc. !, ha charge of the mill and baa the ut most confidence in successful result. The cane will be rip enough in a few day aad itt. Bennywortb will demonstrate the suc cessful manufacture of sugar from sorghum so as to satisfy the most skeptical. He has several hundred acres of his own cane which be intends to make int sugar. Cbronoacope. Uncle Joe (Jill, an old colored man in this town, experimented this season in a small way, in cotton raiting. He planted several rows in the garden, and permitted it to grow as best it could without cultivation or atten tion. It has grown well, and is now mature, and ia said to be ss fine and healthy as any rsised in the South. We have no doubt but this crop can be successfully raised here, and would urge the farmers to try a small piece of ground next spring. It is worth the effort, and may prove a profitable experiment Great Bend Tribune. The aheep interests are begining to loom up in this county. Farmers in all parts of the county are fast realizing that wheat and corn are not the only staples that can be profitably handled ia this country. Cattle and sheep and especially the latter pay large prom mat are mucn surer than pronu in corn and wheat Hutchinson ftews. K. m. CCfsYBB. M. A. aWCBBJajW. TBCMA L1UT. DODGE CITY LIVE-STOCK Commission Company. -s5S3MapKgSMggjppggS? A 13 year old girl, of Tombstone. A.T., told her father that in passing a Mexicsn camp she bad been insulted by a boy. A mob was gathered which proceeded to the ctmp and compelled the Mexican to whip the boy to death. 1 be girl subsequently said the story was just told for fun, and now trouble is feared. fiouse and Lot, on Front street, contain ing four rooms, for sale. Wi'I be sold on easy terms. Inquire ol M. Collar. Horse. Mules and Ponies bousht snd sold. Stable in rear of Great Western Ho tel. Wm. States. The Prrkir.s wind-mill sold bv Colvin & Son, near Lamed, is the most eobetsntiil snd reliaule mill manufactured in the Unit ed States; and tbey know bow to put thm up lo stay; cneap to suit runt times, try on; it will be better than many dams. POST OFFICE HOURS): From 7 A. M. to 0. r. if. Moner Orders issued from 9 A. M. to 6 r. M. Enndavs excepted. II. J. Fiunger. P M. To Owners Wanting Bangc for Cattle. ARAXCIIUAX'vbo hu Urge IUaffe.above tbe need of hit CAtile, tiu room for s,0GO hevt more, and would like to tike cattle to bold on shares or er head. lie has pood summer range, aiso une winter raofre ana tneiier. will tale either Text or Domestic caltle.ashia herd consist of both. Would hold Texans outside of ilea! line nntil law is elf. Will ute either a Urge or small lot of cattle. Plenty of water ai.upr.uf, and pood location. Information ran be had by applying at the Office, DODGE CUT TIMES. jr30 NOTICE TO CATTLEMEN IN THE PANHANDLE. ALL CATTIXMEX In Wheeler Countr, Tex as.aud the counties attached to it lor judicial )ui ,?, are hereby notified to not more any cattle out of tbt-ir mi-edlTe counties without beinz intpected first. Anybody ready to moTe their cattle or tell, will ulease notify me of th day they w ill be ready, at lea, one week before- iissiiu, un'i t mil ue mere rc-aay 10 inspect. AnronednTinir cattle out of thrtv.i.nti num. el below without being ioe.wcted will lay them. 01 c-b aiuie; intutun, iu luijowiiifr are inc unsrjriuiied counties attached to Wheeler coun ty ior judicial mimosa: Armstmnr. Itrim. ".afrisiei I lsf l.iN-a i.lllsiSswABik th..-.!-. --- u-anu, wiiiuii?, v"nnivniiiu, I'uiiir. uny, G rear. Hall, Hansford. Hemphill, Hutchinson, ijiikcoiiiu, icniureet uooeris. J. A. CLAKK, Inspector of Hides and animals, J V 1IA1E1IAII Tioi.uftr Mobectie.WhfelerCo., Texas, AIay2Cth,l&sl. bm HANDLE STRICTLY ON COMMISSION SHEEP, HORSES & CATTLE. Office at Wright, Beverley & Co'a. 7,000 Choice Ewes and Lambs, 3,000 Wethers for Sale. TnE4E Sheep are of finely Unproved grades. They are located on tbe range near t lmarron Has., and will be SOLD IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS. Inquiries may be addiessed to J. K. MCCLELLAND, tellm Dodge City, Kas. 30,000 SHEEP FOR SALE- 1TTE have in the vicinity of Speareviile, Fard IT county, Kansas, about THIKTx" THOTJSAUD SHEEP, Consisting of EWES, LAMBS and WETHERS, Ol different trade. For farther partlcalara call on or address GILBERT BROS.. D. W. CHILD. 15. N. WHITMAN, anlS-lm Sfearevtlle, Kas. WEIGHT, BEVERLEY FINE YERMOKT BUCKS FOR SALE. MIIKAI) OF IMPORTED VERMONT UCCKS for sals, Address IIEKItV 8. MTJDfiE. aul Marena P. O., Hodgeman county, Kaa. STOCK KMGE and CAT TLE FOR SALE. AN ownrr.it 5n STOCK ItAXCII desires to make a chane o! locations, anil nfftr. hi. UASL1I and CATTLE lor sale. Good wlntrr ana aummrr ranse. naier nnviirrr. ,imi.i Tne iwrcnaM will require an investment of from 815.no to f i.noo for particulars ioomre at tbe DODUK C1TV TIMES Office. tt W. C. Houston, Jr. W. H. Klrkpatnck. W. 0. HOUSTON, Jr. & Co. Commission WOOL Merchants, 110 & 113 S. Front atreet. PHIt.ABBl,PHlA. Conngsmrnts solicited and liberal advance msae. 16,000 HEAD OF SHEEP FOR SALE. WE will have in the vicinity of Dodze City, about August 'JOttl, 12.000 EWES AND LAJIBS. and 4.000 DRY EWES. All finely improved sheep; In charee of Mr D. F. Allen, who ia authoril. ed to sell some for as T. KUMEItO Be SON. Las Vegas. Aug. 12, 1881. auls-lm FINE SHEEP FOR SALE. rj (fC rISE SIIEEt", superior grades, I iVVv oonsiBiing vi 2500 WETHERS, 3500 EWES. QuOO LAMBS; Also 600 head of Mexican Sheep Inquire of me at the Wright Honae. G. C. ROBBINS. aiill-lm Dodge City, Kas. &C0. HEADQUARTERS FOR THE TEXAS CATTLE TRADE, AND DEALERS I.N ALL KINDS Or MERCHANDISE VOR TUB MSP, BAIfCal or HOSIE. ETERVTHINGTHE NEWEIT, LlTERTaad F1BST CLXBa. The largest and most thorough stock of ontiitting goods, adapted specially to tbe Cattle Trade. Equalled by NO OTHER HOUSE ON THE FRONTIER DODGE CITY, KAN. g BICE'S NEW Triumph Steamer. This Steamer Is the safest and most economical article of its kind in use for STEAJIIXG SHEEP DIP. Cooking Feed or Mealing Water for any purpose. It Is almost indispensable In Laundries. W. J. COLVIN, Agent Larked, Kansas. JScSB&v' imvnst ",m i Jii&ir Graded Wethers for Sale. KKAAWELL IMPROVED MERINO GBADE OaVU WETHEUS. Sto S years, a picked lot from a flock of 12.000 of the same crade. Will be on tbe market for sale after the 1st of Sentem ber. Tbe sheep are novr held SO miles south of Deilge city. or information address 31. A. KEUUN. Care ot Doilge City Times, autfr-lm Dodge City, Kas. H. M. CLAEK, Notary Public and Justice of the reace, 8PEARETII,I.K. KANSAS. Partlculsr attention given to bualneaa in the U.S. Land Office. Collections promptly attend edto. i mi tw, l w'r LEE BEVK6LDS, Tlrerders and Deal, ers in l'ure and Grade IIEItEFOUD and SHOUT llOUS Cattle. Ranch in Oldbum county, Tex Wc will pay One Hundred Dollars Reward for evidence tnat will convict any one for selling, butchering or otherwise depredating upon our stock. Horses branded LKot X B on left thigh or 'ostofflce: Fort Supply. I. T. DODGE CITY TOWN CO. Town Lots for Sale. Prices to Suit all Parties. Apply to FBBB. T. X. WEPJIE, Agent. CBFITBNIflAI. BABBBB IHtP. HENRVKOCn. Proprietor. Shaving, Shampooing and Hair Cnittingdone ia lui tc9( iAuigua