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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 January 1878

I a t James C. Connor ladiii cmni FURNISHING GOODS. HATS AND CAPS, NOTIONS AND -gEWKCBT, Ac, 4c, tc OFFICIAL KEPOBT. A Iteirul.r melting of the Hoard of Connly Cotiiin6loLrr uvi held at the Cuuti Utrk's office ilonj. J-il.. Tib, ISTS. at 10 o'clock u in lrctenl. A J IVarork, Chairman, " A J Anthony, Cmm.asioner " J It Ileum, clerk. " Hary oyer. Deputy, Minutes ot last merlin,; rtad anil approved. Oa motion the folowing bill- wrru allowed: J B. Means semces as Clerk $175 00 ' extra rhargts and iost- aje 13 73 T. L McCarty, ue rnt fur juu- per u m "Wright, Beverley A Co , ni'ilse.... 38 6.1 Svniul Idsvrorth blink books ... IK 00 M W. Suilun, etrtlce a Coumy Attorney 113 09 tin. E. liassrtt. Sheriff, 130 00 JnhnStraugbn, clesningjb prrper'g iurt room for DiVt lourt .. 11 00 llatid Morrow, Bsllifl, 8 00 I. L. Beatty, burial of pauper 9 (JO U. K. Gryden.Supt. Ldue., miji tc 33 00 V. IS. Mastcrson, case oi George Wdaon .... 10 IS W. B. Msstrrsoo, ca.-e of liiehatd- amlJ 600 O. Ackrrman. B...

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. — 12 January 1878

A 'CALIFORNIA TKAUEDY. not of their party. Having securedthe live the crow il took them up stairs into the District Court-room, went through . the form of trial, convictcil them, and A'ttolibry anil IU TrrlMe Punlnliment Fir Mr&lmn IlnntlllM Tnken fruui the irvnid . nit n ni ntii'ai ICorrenxm'lcncc S:m Francisco Chronicle.! sentenced them to be IUkfil-fikm., Cal., Due. 22. On I hangeu imjiepiatelt. Dec. 1G, after dark, a party of eight t Some of them were in f.iv6r of swing JtMcxicanS, two mounted and six on foot, ing them up on the front porcli of the made a raid on the town Caliente, near Uourt-lioiisc, Dot it was nnaii- agrecu Santa Ana. They first proceeded to a that they should be hanged to the trees corral near the station and cut by force from the 'attendants sorer.il fine horses. The next point of robbery was a .-tore, in which is located the post-ofliec. Here they took entire possesion and appro priated every thing that pleased their fancy. In the drawer was a small amu...

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. — 12 January 1878

Misapplied (notations. The car of charity is as deaf as an add er at work on a long columns of fig ures. The grinders should cease, because they are few. and hand-organ music isn't very popular just at present, any how. Old age comes on a -paco, in harness, ami at a cood rounu gait. The hoy stood on the burning deck that he had hauled from the fire, where his father had thrown it. but the old man yanked him o IT ami completed the cremation 01 tne vile cams. Women are generally pretty smart. but tkey can not hold a candle to a can 01 Kerosene with satetr. Virtue is its own reward, but a little besides that will buy something, is gen erally quite handy. The old bummer smelleth the bottle from afar off, when it is set up for a free treat to tne crowa. A word spoken in due season, how good it is when it strikes the man with the bill just aoout right. "IJemove not the ancient landmark," pleadcth the venerable tramp when they biu mm peel on ana get into the oath pool at the work house. " ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 January 1878

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY, JAK. 12. T3. From Camp Supply. I hare fconght rae a pony. A iKny is a CooJ thine la bayo in a country like this, rliliuc habits androsy cheeks, bright cye, round bats and leathers, are very nico with us violated out of the world proba tioners. On a I'ncht autnninal-lilc day. ben riding with our dear, dear sweet heart alone the thady by-oaths a little it ay out ul camp on the beautiful banLa of tbospsrMin,; Wolf or Detvcr Ah 6in!it is bappiucss to the dignified oiucstnan, whilo thus mounted ou bis licry steed. romantically holding the lindlo rein wbilo tho delicate littlo slipper is withdrawn from delicately wrought tiny stirrups Well, iuy pony is ceiling fat, he. hot- witbstandiug his Ahonciue habits takCB kindly to his feed, and lias already eaten hm self into (ho abuj of u California pear, hut Jou inaj'ask what of that! just to, I'll tell you: jestcrday I was riding my ponj but to wjko a long story short my )ony and myself had a differen...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 19 January 1878

DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. IV. DODGE CITY, KANSAS JAN. 19, 1878. NO. 10. THE DODGE CITY TIMES. rCDLISIIEU fcVF.KV SATUE1IAT Xil' saiNN tz KLAXNE. IXOYD raw. x. b. ilai.ye. Subscription. Si H txr annuru in advance. Official City and County Paper. OFFICIAL DIRECTOEY. County. Representative Hun. H. M. Wright. CummlMtkoutT Cvo II. Cox. Chairman. A J 1'e.eock. J W -Idlow. Coaaty Clerk Jn. II Vtuu. Trrastrrrr A It Weoeler. hitg-W II ttfelcreon. Itrglster A C Hale. Cltffl District lurt Harry Boyec. Vrobats Judice Hernim J friner. Couty Attorney- M W Milton. Surveyor OiaWVs VaiiTromp. Sup's llw Inst Thomas LMcCarty. Coroner Ui-o V June. CUT. Mayor Junes II Kelley. Coaaflilmea Hon II n Colley. (ro H COX. CM UVrson. John Jfeun. T J Li-oaard. Poliee Judxe-llon O M truat. Attorney anil Utrk-r: r Colour. Tressurer Lloyd ihlnn. Marshal Uw.nl J. Masttrsoa. Asa's M anihal Chan k. BaSiert. Towawlslss. Trust r L neatly. Urrk John II Mrae. Treasurer Ilmr Mi-ss Justices Uojd Muua It U Cook aa D E Italilari...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 19 January 1878

r) T T " . '" 1 THE TIMES. . MUN JL KLAI5E, robllihrn. DODGE CITY, - - KANSAS. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Personal and Literary. Mary E. Uooth, daughter of Junius Brutus Booth, has gone on the stage in Philadelphia. The French Academy of Moral Science has elected Ualph Waldo Emer son one of its foreign associates. BretHartc lias dissolveil his connec tion with tlio Washington Capital and returned to New Jersey. Jules Verne owns a new iron steam yacht of 100 tons, called thtj " Saint Michael." From II in re, the port where it was built, M. Verne intends to sail on a visit to all the. seas of Europe, and probably to others also. Ilcn Hill, on being asked toaddress some Alabama editor, answ ered : "I really desire to address a Pres." associa tion, because there is no power in this country capable of doing so much good, and really doing so much evil, as the press of thisday." ' A most noted monk, Alcoin, occu pied himself 22 years in transcribing a copy of the stored Scriptures for the Kmperor ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 19 January 1878

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All coimnmilcatlous for thNnancr Omnia 1w &ceoinjuiueil1jy tlmnutnuof the author, not necessarily for pnbllcattnn, but a evidence of ctxwI faith on the mrt of the writer. Writ enlyononeIleof tliPpaptT. Hepartleutiirtjr cnrrful in giving nantrs and il.itestu h&a l K ii era ur iiyiires pium una aistliM t. THE BATTLE Or XEWOKLEASS. A In-ricture l'aintrd by a Participant. lKnni tlw I-oniville Courier-Journal, Jan.?. Sixty-three jcars ago to-day Andrew Jackson Old Hickory won the fa mous battle of Xew Orleans, standing firm behind his long line of earth and sand-bugs, while Kentucky and Ten nessee nlles picked away the British one by one, piling the ground with Britons bold. To-day every Western heart should throb with a just pride, for that battle, fought over a half century ago, was won by Western and Southern valor. This should be to us a consecrated day, one that we have a peculiar right to call our own. Even now at this late day we find hero and there vete...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 19 January 1878

LOCAL AND PERSON AL. !ODGKCITVSATCUI)AV. JAN. 19. T8. not her heavy fog ytalerday. Mn Lient. Trout is visiting friends at Fort leaven worth. Fit. bred d jg is the chief production at tori llge. So foreign olruUU-s, I'nU, Uarls, llaroiis t.r Couots have visited the Kurt Pirating time V court mttiitl will be hell at 1 urt Lyon on iheiUlnet Capt. MfiiU.ii 1b one o( the Judges. Mrs. barut'eJ Marshall Is expected hw in bout a month. Vc (mutually onlt-rly Kt of men comprise the inre companies now at the Ii-l. 1 here art; but rry lew kick and Ui bos, Hal a almi-temigy. N- M Webb of Indiana aaia town this wceka tie is I rwspecilng Jjr a thecp rauche. ilrp. riUIi ha o far recovered from her long u:Tmpg anl has b-eu removed to Fitchburg Commissioned oliots of the army are, x (hcj, the aristocracy of the Nation. .Mm Jones Jt llmigerford luefowI at the Pt iat market one day in the wnk, which (fords an agreeable variety. Meward l'auly leaches the )outig Mea how to b( t, in the absent ot the coiu...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 19 January 1878

t James C. Connori cam amT FURNISHING GOODS. HATS AND CAPS, NOTIONS ASD JIW1I.II, etc. , dCC. , OtC. t.l. Mccarty, m.d. Physician and Druggist, DKALEB H DUUGS. MEDICINES. Cbemieals and perfumery. Toilet Goods, Bmk- M, Slnf es, Dys Stab, Faints, Oils, ete rirst dnoreesl ef F. C. Zimasenaana's ilm. Puilg. Civ. L. A. LOGAN, HARNESS-MAKER AND SADDLER, DODGE CITY, KANSAS. Kfapa on htuid m LAKGE SfOCK OF HARNESS, .SADDLES. BBIDI.ES. COLLARS, WHIPS Kni .rerjlbtng usually kept ' saddler's Shop REPAIRING Iunc wilh neatness sad on short notice. CHARGfcS MODERATE. All my work i HAND MADE of my owe manufacture. TtioM wishing to make spring purchases to rail and examine kla sleek sad leave their orders early. First door west of Postsffioe. LOCAL AND PERSONAL ( DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. JAN. 19. TB. Bnainetvi ia tolerably livtlj in Dodge City for the aeaaoa of year, aad Ihrra I) ft cheer ftil look on every ecBnTenaiiCe-. Marahal Muterfion. Monday laat. arrest. ni ilrwrttrlif th nratot A.J. Bnulen. wh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 19 January 1878

: a wOMli&W msir! ' VrtnWTui r ivingYn, a ilvld of Wwt, Of lmroftt andofi7ainl.oltaiulbu-tt ith Jat-kyuluud sndr-dp Hh liangtng And -fc rit3 afk-nco at my lira! and foot. Jo.t?dronr hpirlo .lij tlic leash of Worry In sniper hmt"lrom Thought's Impatknt IlbCk, 1 r ' And watch U .onrljiiii iLs btedloss hurry Ildilning ImIoiii. whlstle Iutys -AhJMt-wfrofrvWti where clocr clumps are row'tiojj t nt I j And dairies hjdiiiir. mj to hide and rest. ,No wjund except iu) own htart'sctiirdy bat- Kocl.inrtt-elf to bleep -within my breat. i Jut to lta thero filled v. 1th th ilwppr breath That com M li-tcnlng to n freo blrd'a Honjf , i OurfcouN require at timed this full uufbeath in Alt'otord win ruit 11 scnhbaiU kept too ' lonfc. r 1 And I am tirdf w tired of rltd duty,! ,bftfttd( all my tired hands find to do! J turn, I fa tut, fureommd itfo f r beauty, ' Its Jvoib.iul with, no btraitfht string run- -jAy$,UiiKh it laugh, you will at my rude " i jM-ec)i . 1 injt HohivJifeouM UmjiUuof sncHaffrt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 19 January 1878

HINTS FOR THE HOUSEHOLD. Good Coolies. 1 cup sour milk, 1 cup butter, 3 cups sugar, 1 teaspoonful sale ratus, a little salt, Hour enough to mix stiff; roll out thin. Cream Pudding. Beat separately till very light the yelks of 10 eggs and the whites of 5, 1 pound of sugar, and 3 large spoonfuls of llour, 1 nutmeg grat ed, and a pint of whipped cream. Kice flour is preferred to the ordinary wheat en llour. This batter muit be poured into deep plates lined with a line quality of puff-paste, and baked quickly. iit granulated white sugar over the'tops its you draw the puddings from the tire, and they n ill be found ery delicate and tempting in appearance. White Mountain Cake. Whites of 9 eggs, 2 cupfuls pulverized sugar, 1 of butter, 3 of flour, 1 cupful milk, i tea spoonful soda in the milk, 1J teaspoon fuls cream-tartar in the llour; flavor with extract of almond ; beat the eggs light; cream the butter and sugar; add other ingredient, stirring the whites of the eggs in last; bake in. d...

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. — 19 January 1878

1 THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. JAN 13. 73L speahvilij:. Efeabville, Ka.n.. Jan. lltti, 1S7S. Tu t!ie taJitoraur In limes. Isn't this splendid weather! I never saw sucli lcautilnl unaliier forwintci! Tina beats anything I ever did sec! Tlicbo are eotneut tbe exclamations used byouren tLdeijblic lesideuts who. of lata years, liae been used to tlio ultnnst incessant raiueof lota. II. incus. -Mit-souri and oilier Laakriu tals. And Mnnu tliey reieive cumiuuiiic-aiiuurt tioni tlieir n.ttiio tuwns, teliiuc of iliu lencuiz ui of sUeete, t)t cjiimj ilioy uure iiupaaSiiuln im accounted luutf; thi tiece.tity ot foar burses to urate bu uity wastuu. and buun-s of oilier sueli ptcjea.it iiaikeuts to contemplate, tbov can all Hie belter appreciate tbe niacma' cent weatiicr we Iito so far been favwied With, Jit. Bowman yesterday received two car loudsoi furniture. Krucenes, notions, dc. Ill building is not quite completed, bat mil tie luaiew days, as Jadite Baldwin baa it large force...

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. — 26 January 1878

ijt'fvd t -, DODGE CITY, TIMES. VOL. IV. DODGE CITY, KANSAS JAN. 26, 1878. NO. 11. -i-t.u ,C il THE DODGE CITY TIMES. PUBLISHED KVEUY SATURDAY BT SHUTN & KLAINE. LLOTD SIILVN. N. B. KLACTE. subscription. 2.00 per annum in advance. OlTicitil City aud County Paper. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. County. KeprCMntative Hon. It. M. Wright. Commissloucrl , Geo 15 Cox. Chairman. A J I'eae-tck, J W i.lw. County Clerk In . II Means. Treason r A 1. Webster. Mienff W I; 31 fetrrsou. I:ei.ler A C Hle. I lerk Disincl O'irt Harry Iloyer. Probata .ltid,re Herrojn J Friner. County AtturnesM H" -utlon. .Suriesor Charles aiiTrumt. upt rub Inst IhoiuukMiCarty. Coroner Gto F Junt a. CUT. Mayor James 1! Kelle y. CVAiacilroen Hon 1 I) Colley. tifo II Ijot. CM I.fton. John elin. F.I Lronard. Police Ju!e-Hon 1 11 troat. Attorney aud Clerk IS K Colbora. 1 reasurt-r Llod -tiinn. Marshal EdwanI J Masterson. Ato'l Marshal Chas K. Itasasit. Tawulilp. Trustee P 1. Tteatty. ( lerk John It Hears. 1 reasurer Hrnr Mesa Jus...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 January 1878

THE TIMES;. . : Ml A KLtlVK, I'sMUhrrt. It I'UL..LCIiy, - - KANSAS. ITEMS OFINTEREST. I'er.onnl nnt! Literary. 'I he Japanese Department of Edu cation is collecting all the journal and ix-'rioiliculs In .Japan to semi to the Paris xhil Itinn. The recent s ernions of Canon Far rar on Ktenial 1'unishinent are to lie re published in took form uniler the title of "Ktern.il Hope!" Novels irt England pass through three editions one in three volumes that fell for "rS, another in one volimio for $3, and another for 25 cent. Col. Gustavc Cook is writing a his tory of Terry's'Texas l!angei, the pro ceed of which will be used in erecting a monument to the regiment's dead Hiss Itlancho Willis Howard.author of " One Summer," is 31 years old, queenly in form, ith a ery beautiful face, alio was never "engaged." The discovery of a signature sup posed to be an original Gutenberg, on the back of a letter of indulgence, datd 145 1, is agitating antiquarian London. Joseph S. Jones, the lto-ton physi ci...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 January 1878

TO CORRESPONDENTS. !1 mnmn 'i--.ittonsforthtpaiM-rihon!dbe. nc umpanled l.y the name of the author, not in- arily forimblieatton, !mt a e idcnce of pood faith on the part of tin- writer. Write oiilv on one idc of the paper. He particular v cnrt-ful in Kirlui: natucs and date, to l.avu ill reltcr or ngurcs plain ana distinct. heavy load of degradation, misery, mur der, that lies upon the land and most heavily upon the hearts, the lives, the homes of women. In its unmincing utterance, the Cap ital of Sunday was perfectly correct ! when it said : " The ladies manasin the business niamurcd it badly. If they muiA.v. itxx" is hie SOATE. j had employed the female lobby orient i in aueiegationolprettylreasuryclerKS, Mary Cleinmer Applies the Lan!i to the M.ouldertt of the Nenntnrial Solon. Washington Letter to the Independent. On Tuesday the morning journals an nounced that would bo " oman's Day" in the Senate. The announcement in the journals was made with dignity and without comment. In t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 January 1878

b- Z LOCAL ASP PERSONAL. 4X)I)GE CITV. SATURDAY. JAN. 2G. TS. Tim joor houie ha3 scleral trnaif ts. Mrs. IVciichcyn is in trouble. Tho Alamo bai a new bar tender. Mr. J. C- Connor pxw east thii cveaiDy. TIih IIa)ef .SrnUDfl tea tjoml local nrvrs- Itapcr. Oailatitl h nia.l at flomcliody orlio nover would Lave brought on Mich a Moun. IM- (Alburn as a Catholic Tncst is the lalttit. Nat. Harw.Mwl and Mr. Mclroso bavo our thanks for i-astoni parors. Kiucb KIIav w mticalinz in the citv. llu Ij.h iho finest farm m Crooked crork. Conffrrs-.rm.n Kinov returned last Wrd neMUj Ixw.n a trip i th trout. I'ou Salk a lieht piitii iacon, juireaitho Tims ofllce. County CouiiulhMont-r IVarock -went Wnwn to Mcl'lirrsou county this week, on ttUMtiei. Mr. llarrv fceyiaonr ha made rich iiiUMn)e:it for the bojtt thw week with humorous recitation- an jovial wu. Owiur lo tiir iiu'd wralher tbf trico of ba 11 not as high as bar dealers would like tuliAYfl it. Ilunccrfoid wet hi new meat w a iron at the Arcad...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 January 1878

James C. Connor . AH FURNISHING GOODS. HATS AND CAPS, NOTIONS AMD JI 1TILRT, Ac, Ac, Ac L. A. LOGA1ST, HARNESS-MAKER AND SADDLER, DODGE CITY, KANSAS. Kraps on hand a LAEGE 8rOCK OF ILVHNESS. SADDLES. BUIDLES, COLLARS. WHIPS sati every thins usually kept ia a addler's shop BEFAIRING lone with neatnt and on abort notice. CHAKGhS MODKKATE. All my work I HAND MADE or my own luanufaetnrc. Thoie wiihlnjc to imke tpria? purcaaaM tf rail ami gramme hi stocfc and leave their orders rlj. First door w? at of roitcfiicc DODGE HOUSE, Cox & Boyd, Proprietors. Two No. 1 Sample Rooms. T bl tpf mm Tita alt m- tVlicaciea or the svaou. First Class Livery, Feed and saw: stable in coxnection with ttuahon-r , l.tVT BILL-MUD I'AI.LOU IN" THE CITY. En Elegant Preparation. IWMurned to Meet the pah lie want torn harmless hair dressing and rc&tArstire, U found In I'ar Ltr'a Hair BaUani. It acts I .La raajc. com raenclc at the Yt-ry roota, irmoTM Dandruff and all humors from the eraTp. and ncrcr ftiU t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 January 1878

i.insa ASD TAKIXG. WIhi gtve unrt hides the givli.ir Hand, Nor count on iavor, fame, or praise, s.liall Irti'l hit smallest Kilt outweighs The. burden of the sea. auil land. Who give to w hoin hath nought been I en, IU gift in new), though small indeed, As is the grass blade's w ind-blown seed, Is larye as earth and rich us heaven. Forget It not, man, to whom A gilt shall lall, Idle yet on earth ; Yen, even to thy sev enfold birth lie -call it in the lives to come. Who brood- aliov e u wrong in thought Mnsnmch; but gientcrln Is his Who. lel and clothed with kludnes-es. Shall count the holy alms as nonght. Wlio dare t o curse the hands that bless Shall know oi Mn the deadliest cost; The patience oi the heaven is lost lie-holding uiairs unthankiulucss. For he who hrcuks all law. may still In Mvam's liu-rey be forgiven; Hut none can save in earth or heaven The wretch who answers good with ill. Mm a. iriiittitr. AFTER THE SCIENCE LAST POPULAR LECTURE. I lriiat She Said on the HVijr Home...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 January 1878

HINTS FOR THE HOUSEHOLD. What to Do with Coin Potatoes. To everr i ilozen. which should bo gratcil, ail J "l t'RS ami a little nutmeg, mix and form as codfish cakes, fry brown and serve with steweil cranberries. Hard Lard for Pastry. Lard for paltry may be Used as hard as it can be cut with a knife, and it will make far better paste than if left to warm. It needs only to be cut through the flour not rubbed. Oil Out of Woolen. You can get a bottlo or barrel of oil off any carpet or woolen stuff, by applying drybuekwheat plentifully anil faithfully. Never put water to sucu a grease iui, or ihjuhi 01 any kind. The U,c of Snlcratus. The free use of s.ileratus,"so much consumed in bread, is excessively injurious to the human system. It U particularly liable to in duce muscular prostration or paralysis, and is sure to injure the digestive or gans. Of course, it is most fatal to childien, whose delicate organization is more sensitive than that of grown per sons. To Cure Corn. Bathe the cor...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 January 1878

THE DODOECITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATUliDAY. JaN 30. 73. TIIE TWO GLASSES. Tbfre eat two glaaaes filled to the brim, On a rich maD'a tabla rim to rlin. One was ruddy and rrl us blood. Arid one was clear as the ery&tal flood. aid tfct glass of wine to the paibr brother, "Ia t us tell tbc tales of Uiepast to each other. I can UU or LiW'iUe I and revel aad mirth And the proudeat and grandest souls ou earth 1 ell undrriny touch tbough timet by blight, Where I was king, fur 1 ruled in inig bl. From tae brad of kln? I Lave torn tb crown. From tbebejht of fame I hive burled niehdoii 1 have bla&ted many an honest name, I bare tafcen virtue and giten shame; 1 bare tempted thecoma vith a sip. a taste, 1 bnt baa nude bti future a barren waste. t ar greater thati lung aiu 1, Or than au arluy beuealb the sly 1 Lave made the arm of the driver flit. And aent the tram teom the iron rail. I bare mad good ahtps go don n at sea, A nd the ktiriixs of the lost ere sweit to me Tor they said, brhoi...

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