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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 June 1877

l E" Surrender of the City. In days of old when cities and strong holds wen besieged and tbe inhabitant thereof felt too weak to oppose tha ap proaching powers, they armed a messen ger with the white flag of trace and sent lain to the outer gate to formally surren der the city and the keys to its iron gates, so that its invaders might enter and take possession without a spark of hostile op position. We all take an honest, patriotic pride in onr city and the bravery of its people. They have never showed signs of lacking valor before. Indians of tbe most hid eous character have been met and van quished. Great dnels have been fought. Surrender was never dreamed of. Bat even as the great Citv of Jericho was captured by the blowing of rams' horns, so was the mighty City of Dodge captnred by a single man. ' Last Wednesday it was rumored that Capt. Lewis was approaching from the east. In order not to excite nndne alarm. a secret council of the heretofore nnterri- lied was held, in order to...

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 June 1877

SIILTIADK8 I'. PACTS 8 VAXITY. A MOLT WITH X IfllUI. Kilt IIOTII TUCTO AMI OLIf. little JMtivic.al'clerklnU'ual, Ho w t on', tor the school house one mornln, lnfa,l. And li looked very fine, and lie felticryvain. A with whistle and hong ho marched otf down tlM lane; For you mv, he'd put on for the first tlmo to da lib Imii'laome I etw frock with Its color so guv. ' Mid he. "Ah " no ono ever will gucsu, I nut It la made of a bhawl that my grandmother wore." An little MiltiiKlca paused liy the stile. He wet his two brothers, who could tot but smile When thej saw him approach with hb gay colored frock. As grand and as vain us the old turkev-eock. tut tin y stoppi d liim a inouient, and John H'lirs Jitik iSlyly wrote, in largo letters, with chalk, on tlieha'k Of little MiltladcsI'Merkin Paul "HIS NEB FluiCk WAS JUllt. llEim HIS CRAMl- Monica's sum l." Kartheron. joung Miltladea Vt terkin Paul fcaw a littlo old gcntlcinau perched on the wall, wbomirrilvshnutcd "III, l.tlmyflne fellow. Th...

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 June 1877

HINTS FOR THE HOUSEHOLD. Currant Pie. 1 tablespooniuls of cur rants, 5 of water, 4 of Mijr, and 1 of flour win make one pie ; bake in L' crusts. Jenny Lind Bread. 1 quirt of flour. 2 cupfuls milk, 1 cupful supir, butter size i an egjr, and it vm u-e plain flour, 2 spoonful-, of biking-powder, add salt; if prepared Hour, neither. Cold Meats. Cut anv -ort of cold meat in thin slices and place in a bak- ing-(lin, scanning with alt, pepper, and summer saoiy or thyme; add a lit tle of ttc meat gravy and tomatoes to more than cover; thickening with bread or cracker-crumb; bake m the nen. Hominy Fritters. Cook the hominy well; let it boil down pretty thick be fore using; add to 1 quirt boiled hominy about i cupful sweet milk, 1 egg, a lit tle alt, and flour enough tofrv and turn without running; only enough lard re quired in frying to prevent burning; too much milk and flour toughens them. Pineapple Pie. A cupful of sugar, i cupful of butter, 1 of sweet cream, 5 eggs, 1 pineapple grated; b...

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 June 1877

GOLD AND INDIANS. Miners Preparing to Visit Unex plored Territory. Gen; Miles' Narrow Escape From a Bed Man's Bullet. A letter to Mrs. Alice V. Brown, of this city, from Sergeant Hogan. of the 5th In fantry, datca at Cantonement on Tongue Kircr, M. T., of a recent date, has the following : "We have heen ont for twelve days on a scout since I wrote last. We had a good time. When we returned Gen. Miles had eoiie out on an expedition. He took about COO men. We expect him back about the last of May. A great many old hunters and prospectors left here for the purpose of following Miles' command, an it went in tho direction of Wolf Mountains, where they expect to find gold. This is the place they have been trying to prospect for a long time, but could not on account of the Indians. 80 now we will see if there is gold there. Some, of the old miners say there is gold iu these mountains, but the trouble is to get at it. I was speaking to an old miner wlio has been in this country since 1850. ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 June 1877

Ctyij a j. a u y ', v t - - f DODGE CITY TIMES. ) i. .S-fe. k vol. in. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JUNE 23, 1877. NO. 6. L THE DODGE CITY TIMES. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BT W. C. b LLOYD 8HTNIT. Subscription, S2.S9 per una-1m advsaet. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Coaaty. Representative U. M. Wright. Commissioners A. J. Peacock, Chairman. A. J. Anthony, Charles IUth, County Clerk Jno. It. Means. Treasurer A. B. Webster. Coroner Dr. S. Gallanil Sherifr-Charles K- Uassetl. Begister Jamrs Langton, Clerk Dittriet Court-Harry Boyrr. rrobate Judice llcrman J. Fnnger. Ounty Attorney M. W. button. Surveyor II. T. McCarty. Ssp't rub. Inst Thcmaa I. McCarty. City. Mayor Jamea II. Kelley. C&uncilmen IIou. D. D. Coll.y. Geo. It. Cox. C M. lleeaoa. John Xewto. . J. Leonard. Attorney and Clerk E. V. Colbora. ' Treasurer Charles II. chul Police Judge lion. I. M. Frost. Mnrshal-C. E. Drger. Township. Trustee r. I- Deatty. Clerk Chal. U. Schull. Treasurer Itenrr Xie&a. Justices. V. Y. Mcintosh, D. M. Baldwin ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 June 1877

A CHAXBEBOF HBKOBS Bow tho Boom of an IfldlmnA B07 try Tnrowrli WWch ho Tlmrelrd Won der from the llnullian Forest AM In trepld loutli. (From the New York Sun 1 There were ten human heads dangling on the top of ebony sticks placed about a bed-room in Moore's Hotel in Fulton Street, Brooklyn, last night, and a sick ly odor of a tropical plant pervaded the room. Ernest Morns, the Indiana boy naturalist, who twenty years old, sat in a tattereil suit at a small tabic. An attendant, w ho introduced the reporter, removed from each head a white cloth. and exposed the grim, tattooed faces of men and women. They have been pre served like life from nix months to over two or three tears. The teeth were pone, the ees fiad lecn pulled out, and in their stead were sockets filled with b ills of blick wax, but the hair hung as natural as on the living human head. "These heads" explained Mr. Morris, belonged to South. American Indians, and w ere pre-cn ed by the Mundumcu nation as our nath e 'Indian...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 June 1877

Skeleton Leave. They should not be picked when young and tender; June and July are generally the best months to gather them for the purpose; the edges of the leaves should be perfect. also the ribs and veins, which can be ascertained by holding them up to the lignt. some ox the jellow autumnal leaves, and dark tinted also, with the seed vessels of different plants, can be used with good effect on the grouping. Consumption Cam). An old Physician, retired from actn e Drac- tice, hat injr had placed in hi haiuls by an East India JIIionarv the formula of a sim ple VejretaMe Uemedy for the speedy and permanent Cure of Cuniiinntion.llronihiti. Catarrh, Asthma, and all Troat and Limit Aueiiunn, aNo a l'onite anil Judical Cure for Xenous Debility and all Xenou Com plaints, after Imin - thorouirhlv tested its wonderful curatrie powers in thousands of cases, feels it his duty to make It known to his gufli.rinjr fellows. Actuated by this moth e, anu a consuenuous no-ire iu reiiete numan suffer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 June 1877

V Jbacal .Brevities. Xew herds arriving daily, herds arrived lo-dny. Fire large Starm in still trie captain beer man. Jewelry stores arc on the increase in this city. The new bakery loom op this week. Mr. A. U. Welistcr hag sold bis stock of dry goods to Chariot Hath & Co. Imported holland gin atSturm'e. A good printer can have a pennancnt situation at this office. New and second band wagons an lor lie cheap at M. Collar's. Court convenes next Tuesday. Another refreshing rain visited us this week. ' Dan Bowdoin is runniug a saloon in Ellis. Four Dan! Summer goods at actual cost at M. Collar's. Best brands of ryo whiskies at Sturm's. Tun 4th uf July Is drawing near and the Fire Company are preparing lor a grand celebration. Rev. O. W. Wright will preach to-morrow uioiuiug and evening at thu usual hours. Milwaukee beer at bturin's. Xextwcek the Turns will contain an interesting article on "how to climb Pikes Peak." Mi. 1'olley started lor tort Kiliott to day in charge of Mr. A. J....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 June 1877

-ssrr- wa.- -&wwrmnm mi iw -. Interview With Cn. Holtke on the War. Berlix, Myl8. I hare succeeded in obtaining a brief interview with Connt Moltke, the greatest living general, in -regard to the invasion of Turkey and the possibilities that may arise dnnng the coming campaign in Bulgaria. He main tains that the present forts m the Balkan are not of great consequence; they can be taken after a lapse of time; bnt the Bal kan can be belter defended by detached corps of men if they intrench themselves in the fastness of tbo mountain range. They will there be ablo to resist tbe ad vancing columns almost any length of time. The attack on the Balkan or pas sages along the eastern slopo can be effected along six different roads. Firet. from Kuatchuck to Tirnowa. Shipka, in tbe valley of Kasanlik; second; from Tirnowa eastwardly over Stiono to Jamboli; third, from Osman-Basari to Rasan, through tbe iron gatef fourth, from Shumla over Tschalikabik; fifth, from Basardschik to Aidos; aud s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 June 1877

THE TIMES. W. C. IHinr, FablUlur. DODGE CI1T, KANSAS. AX AWFUL CALAMITY. Furthfr Particular of tli (trrat DUotrr on th South I'aclflc Coat The fcarth- cjuakrandTMalXtat I-wrulf Hnmlrrria of Human ItHnc unit 3IIUIonii' Worth of I'roMrty. Xiw YoiiK, June 11. The Star and Herald of Panama, received to-day, h is details of the disaster and the de-true-tion caused on the fronth Pacific coast by thoeartliquike iml tidil wate of Jlay9. The town- of Anco, Itiiiiiic, Porto de Ilalios, l'.iliillon de Pica, Clmiataia, Hu mil) i, Tocopilli, Cobi ja, Mcjilfoncs, De l!oliia, Antafagasta and Chamralal are nearlyallde-troed. AIIOLT GOO LIVES WrKE LOnT. 1 he destruction of property's estimated at $2,r 100,000, confined mostly to the coast, although the town of larapaco, 23 leagues inland, and t he illagcs of Pi ca. Matilla and Cauchal, far in the in terior, are more or le-s mined. '1 ho shipping of gu ino from bouthern depos its will he indefinitely su-pended, and all facilities in the wa of launche...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 June 1877

TO OOBBHFO; in communication for this nanex should tut accompanied by the name of the author, wV BeccMarily for publication, but as evidence of good faith on the part of the writer. Write only on one ftlde of the paper. Be particularly eareful in giving names and dates, to hare all letters or injures puun ana distinct. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Personal and Literary. A new work of Charles Dim in. about to appear, discuses " The Differ ent 1-orrns of i-lowers on Hunts of the Same Species " Jefferson Duisisnow residing at Bcauroir, on the fliilf coastof Mississip pi, between .Mniule ami cw Urleans, and prep inn" his memoirs. He is in excellent health.aiid looks younger than he ilitl a few years ago. Sir. Eratns Iirooks, who has re tired from the Xcw York Express, after a sen ice of 4L years, is, with the excep tion of Mr. Hn.mt, the oldest journalist in the city. llcajs in his farew ell that 112 daily ncwpaper haic started and failed in Xew York Citysince he began. The late W. II. C. Hosmer'...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 June 1877

Locations for Stock Bunches. In answer to varions letters lately received we would say yes, there are plenty of good locations for stock farms or homesteads within thirty miles of this city, both north and sooth of the Arkan sas, on never-failing streams o!water,with plenty of timber for fuel and stock shel ter. About six miles north of Dodge is Dock Creek, which abounds in cool, nob bling springs, and whose fertile valley is capable of sustaining numerous herds of cattle all the year around on the nutritions native grass. There is some brush and a little timber along this creek. Mr. Dnbbs has a very handsome land convenint stock ranche, which la the only one yet taken on the stream. Sawlog, or the South Fork of of the Pawnee, is about ten miles north of town. This stream is somewhat larger than Duck Creek, and has a much larger amount of timber on its banks. Wild lruits, such as plums, grapes, cherries, etc, are found there in abundance. Fish of the largest and finest fresh water v...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 30 June 1877

C(M it tate Historic? DODGE CITY TIME Society. a, raksas, VOL. m. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JUNE 30, 1877. THE DODGE QITY TIMES. It'ISLlSIIEI) EVEE? SATURDAY BT W. C. & LIOYD SHTNN. Subscription, S2.S0 rer annum la advance. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. COMMIT. Bepreseatatlre K. X. Wrif M. Commissioner A. J. Peacock, Chairmaa. A. J. Anthony, Ikartes Bath. ftKraty Clerk Ino. 11. Mtuu. Treasurer A. II. Webster. Coroner Ur. S. Galkuid .htrirf-CIiarle!, E. Bassetl. Urgister James Langton. Clerk District Court Harry Boyer. ITobate Judge Herman J. Frmger. "ounty Attorney M. W. Sutton. Surrevor II. T. McCarty. -Mp'tFub- Inst. Thomas I- McCarty. citr. Mayor Tames II. Kelley. CounciloVa lion. I. I). Colter, Geo. II. Cox. CM. Breaon. JohnXewtoa. K. J. Leonard. Attorney anil Clerk E. r". Colliora. Treasurer Charles II. Schula Police Judge Hon. l. M. Frost. ManJul-L. K. Ueger. Town.lllp. Trustee I'. rBeattr. Clerk Chas. !I. scliuli. Treasurer Henry Men. Justices. Snoot) Marshall, D. E. Baldwin and D. M. Fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 30 June 1877

THrTIMES. W. C. SHIRR, Fnbluher. DODGE CITY, - - KANSAS.- ' ITEMS OriNTEREST. I'erwonul mid tMrrnry. ,lennv I.ind, apred 51, has a baby 3 month-i old. There aro S-'O newspaper corre Epoiidents in Itoumania. A Xorth Carolina editor speak-, of a rival editor as a- "gourd-headed baboon." Miss Annie E. Kerr, a pretty little blonde, is literary editor of the Chicago Timet. Mis. C. D. Ilrooks, the butter sculptor, will reproduce her "bleeping Iol.intlic" in marble. It is said that Hcnrv Ward Hecther has liecn offered 20,000 to spend his ?acation lecturing in Cdifornio. Mrs. S. II. Fasett,fornierly of Chi cago, now in AVashington, is engaged upon a painting of the Electoral Coin mission. Charles Fenno Hoflm.in.w ho found ed tho old Knickerbocker Magazine, lias been for 25 3 ears an inmate of a lunatic asylum. Mrs. Heleno D'Apery, known to the literary world as '-Olive Harper," has left the Itohcmian world and settled for life at Valbcrmoosa Springs, Morgan County, Ala. The iccomlpart of Lu...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 30 June 1877

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All communications forthl3papcrhouldba1 accoHipnnleaDytnenamooiine aninc r, not neces-urily for publication, but as evidence t,t good fuith on the part of the writer. Write oniy on one tide of the paper, lie particularly careful iu Rivinir names and dates, to have, all letters or figures plain and distinct. CALIFORNIA'S FOUR KIXGS. Their Hundred Slilllon Dollar and How they iot All that Wealth. Sax FiiANCiscOjlIay 28. Ithasbcen mv "ood fortune to meet socially while . -V." ,- r t .1.. . in can rraiicisco luur 01 iiiu must tun spieuous, the wealthiest and the most influential men on the Pacific coast. These men are Senator Sharon.ownerof the Palace Hotel ami Belmont, and who also owns the Water-works which sup ply San Francisco; ex-Gov. Lcland Stanford, President of the Central Pa cific Railroad; J. C. Flood, chief owner of the mines on the Comstock lode and the Warwick behind the Bank of Xcvada; and Charles Crocker, Presi dent of the Southern Pacific Railroad. The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 30 June 1877

q SIX DAYS m THE MOUNTAINS. CONCLUDKD.l TUKOUUH SNOW AJiD CLOUDS TO HKIo PTAJC The third, and most orentfal day of th six, broke still and clear, and the moment the un rose the air lost its tinge of frost, and became like the zephyrs of Paradise. We had no time to waste this morning, neither could our eyes rest upon the beauties of Mauitoo, as the white snow in the distance it as the one object aloue of all the train commanding our attention. The hones were ready at the appointed time, with heavy overcoats fastened tie- hind tho saddles, to lie used for protection against inclement weather. Our lunch was carefully wrapped in the folds of one of these garments. Tims was our prepar ation completed, and wo only waited for a few words of guidance from the hostler, who said hut one inau had been able to reach the signal office this summer, and he was compelled to makehis way through snow three feet deep for several miles. (Tho minister contemplated his straw hat and white rest.) Then we ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 30 June 1877

1 I District Court Docket John Dennison vs. Hulda Dennison: di vorce; Sutton & Colborn for plaintiff; continued. Thomas M. Wenle vs. Deli Wenie; Sutton &. Colborn for plaintiff; decree granted, and custody of children awarded. A. B. Webster, et aL. vs. Cuas. H. Schulti and Major and Council of Dodge City: Morpliv and Gryden for plaintiffs; E. F. Colborn for defendant; dismissed at plaintiff's costs. Charles Rath i Co. th. A. T. Koch; Sutton &. Colborn for plaintiffs ; dismissed at plaintiff's costs. S. Galland vs. Alice Chambers ; Morpby andGryden for plaintiff; Sutton i Col born for defendant; continued. J. C. ButerTs. J. W. Charlton; Sutton & Colborn lor plaintiff; W. N. Morphy for defendant; improperly on docket. John Blake vs. The City of Dodge City Sutton t Gryden for plaintiff; E. F. Colborn and J. G. Waters for defendant; demurrer to plaintiff's reply sustained. Ilorder vs. Beeson; Sutton b Colborn for plaintiff; Morpby and Gryden for de fendant; dismissed at ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 30 June 1877

95 OUR BABY. Tbcrt'B not a blossom of beautiful Slay, SHrcr of daisy, rr daffodil (fay. (or tlie ro-y blush of apple tree flowers, .jdrastbofaceol thlsbab) of ours. I on tould net er find on a brlsht June day bit of far sky mi cheery and Ray, It I the haze on the lillls In the noonday-hours Hue as the ej t of tills baby of oitrs. nitre's not a lrunnur of wakening bird, flat clearest, sweetest, that e er w a heard In the iendi r hush of the dawn's still hours, Holt as the lnu-li of this baby of ours. There's no posamcr silk of tas-cled corn. Ho fllniiest thicad of the sby wood f m, Jlotetcn the cobwebs spun o'tr the flowers, Jlne as the hair of thia baby of ours. 5hrrV no falryshcll in the sounding sea. No wild nse that nods on the windy lea, MoLlushot the sun throusliAprirV soft show era. Hul as the alms of this baby of ours. Ma) the bar Lord spare her to u-, we pray, Vor man a long and sunshiny day, Kre ll takes to bloom in TarndUe bowers Ttas wee bit Illo-soni this baby of ours. C...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 30 June 1877

HINTS FOR THE HOUSEHOLD. Sasiitfru Mead. 1 pounds brown supir, 1 quart molases, I pound tar taric acid, 3 quarts boiling water; stir well together; let it Maud over nijrht; strain through a cloth, then add H ounces essence of sassafras ; bottle it. Vineqar. S.ue the parings and cores of apples, put them in a j ir with warm water enough to more than crnw them; set them in a warm place for .eeral day-, then strain and add 1 pint of iihj-las-es to a gallon of the water; put in a jar, tie a thin cloth oer it, keep in a warm place, and in two necks ou will lrucgood inegar. To Cleanse Klack Clolhs. Willi a pint of water mK J tcapoonful of spirits of ammonia and a tdble-jioonful of alco hol. Apply w ith a sponge, and, when necessary, we a nail-bru-h to cleanse thoroughly the soiled places. Sponge off with clear water and hang to dry. This is good to restore shiny and ruty goods and bring back their newness. To Preserve Floicers. Carcfnlly dip flowers, as soon as gathered, in perfect ly lim...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 30 June 1877

m I.oral BrcTltlc. Texas yearlings are worth about eight dollars a bead in this inarkst. The jury at this term of court only served one day. The expenses incurred by the court are very liabt. IIakbt Botxb, Cleric of the District Court, proved his efficiency to tha entire satisfaction of all parties interested at the recent ecstion of court. lire great original and only world re nowned New Orleans Minstrels are coming to Dodge. They will exhibit at the Court House next Tuesday evening. Tho ease of II. L. Sitler vs. A. R Web ster. County Treasurer, enjoining tho col lection of taxes of 1875. was decided in favor of. Mr. Sitler. The amount involved was about vCOO. Comtant II, F and I. of the Fourth U. 8. cavalry, from tho Iilack Iliils, passed through this city, on their march to Camp bupplv and Fort Elliott, on Tuesday. One company will be stationed at Supply and two at Elliott. Jndgo Feters made a clean sweep of a six month's accumulation of county quar rels in- two days last Tuesday...

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