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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 February 1878

James C. Connori FUR5SIIlfG GOODS. HATS AND CAPS, OTIONS .4SD J OT !", (LOCAL AJD PERSONAL. DODGKCITT. 91TUBDAT. FEB. 16. 'Ti Mr. J. T. Danr came la from his cattle camp en the Walnut. Iu Moiday Archie Keech. nf -Urgent, captured sixty -two wilt! kuret a shot lim ngs. Mr. Fouty gaeusa r-II eoras day ago. He has located at CJn-f rou xtalion. t. l. Mccarty, m. d. Physician and Druggist, EAUCU1 KXt :.'', MCWCIKifl, Chemical and prfurttj j. Toilet Goods, BnA- i, Sponges, It Vuffs. relets, OU, ate. First doorat of J . Ziram-naaoa'a store. Dodge City. L. A. l.OGAN, HARNESS-MAKER SADDLER dodge errr, Kansas. UUIGEtrOJ K or IUHNE3S, SADDLES, - itiiii.r.i. . .COLLARS. WHIPS AiiS tTrj'lEI '! Wjilio Jllr'l ikop REPAIRING Ione with ncatsft. -a-laa short not let CIIAKGp.S UUDKUATK. All my worst II4XO MAL'JI of my own rnanttfacture. Those, wishing 10 .se spring purcbaies to call and eianiia. ,tw- aid leaf c their ordera early. First door etiuf Foateffice. DODOK HOUSE, Cox & Ro.nl, Proprietors....

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 February 1878

-LY OLD STORY JS JTEH' AIIESS. lit OAlflrm VEKRV. "Yon have heard of the omau vlio, sweep ing one day n I ruiiXfolH cottage, found,li!ddcn away In a sly little corner, u sixpence. To see Her surprise aud delight, )ou'd bo positive Had found a small fortune, at leat. And now be said " Shall I buy me a lioret ora cow? Not cither. I Tue," and she most danced a I'll iu-t so to market and buy me a pig." Figgfcs were cheap In that day, 1 snppose. Ilut never ou wind; so the old storj goes. Tho market town was miles away, She started at the peep ol day; For this old woman, you must know, "Was fond of apple-dumplings, so. As she. would hae them eerj night For her supper, wrong or right. She must le home by set of sun. In order that they be well done! For 111 -cooked pudding1, there's no qucs- Hon, Are cry had for the digestion. And she bought her a pig, such a beautiful pig, Twas as white as the snow from its tall to Its wig. mean to Its head beg pardon this time; But I really was dri en to ...

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 February 1878

HINTS FOR THE HOUSEHOLD. I CHITbiM'a, Febrifuge Fatatable, i owenill, iniiperioui- auu lunici ture'rer To Cure Chilblain. Rub the feet well for G successive nights with petro leum. Ginger Snaps. 1 cup molasses, 1 cup supir, 1 cup lard, 1 egg, table spoonful each of soda and ginger, 7 cups Hour. To Jiang a Broom or Mop. Get a large ring, such a? is used to hang picture-frames, screw into the handle of broom or mop. Willlast many a broom. Sugar Cookies. 14 cups sugar, 1 cup butter, i cup buttermilk, 1 egg, 1 tea spoon soda; mix quite soft; roll sugar over the lop. Lemon Essence. Take the white sKin from the peel of a lemon, put the peel into a bottle, cover with alcohol. It will be ready for use in a day or two. Uso orango peel in the same way. Salail. Take your cold potatoes, bits of boiled ham, some raw cabbage and chop fine, mi with mustard vinegar, boiled yelk of egg and a little butter ; season well, add alittlo celery salt. Flavor for Spare-ribs and Mutton. When yon have roasted...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 February 1878

THE DODGE CITY TIMES.! OOlHiK CITY. piTUKUAY. FEB. IC'JS. j " FOBT BENO. L I Fort Kkno. L T.. Feb. I, 18Tb. j T1 tbe lAllon of Hie Times 1 1 Irked up by thmee the other tat, as enter prising ebet, yelei "Hodge UtsllsUM," asd own irlaneina: ovsrlfce column was agreeably i.rjrisi to Had tlal a ctiusldi Table yjttioa itureof was Uevote.1 u arm? iterta. Z consider lM, an excellent l Ira, and think 11 Ibe fact was tnuTr g-cnrrall knwn, tbat the correspondence ami eirculatl n of IbeTmrs would b materially incrca-d While lo-iliag orer tbe paper as aforesaid, I said toti i?el (1 Torgol to tell JOU Sim K htur. that 1 am a woman, and a edllort are proverbially alum I shall expect to be truttM mure leniently than the male biped, vrlKmeacintlllallona of wit ad humor tluho brillisi.tlr thrbiifu the columns of jour paper Hut "llrveuuu a looutona " Fitlftt-t aays 1 don't know what that means, but I do. It means "t icumelacklowur sheep.") 1 ald toFidiel my bu.band, a e.ud creature, but whjta aoul d...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 February 1878

&,- JROetipF "DODGE aw Jiibioncai Society jfcJCPf, !(?. J VOL. TV. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, FEB. 23, 1878. i imhs. V ' '"I 1 I THE DODGE CITY TIMES. ft ItLIMIEIl r.VKRVSMUKIlAr r.v SHTNK A; KLAINE. t lovi strivx. N. n. k'Laiii:. vticrutlo1i. ti ui iwt anuuin in advance Official City and County Taper. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. lt(riWHtn Him !. M. WxtgM 4tiniIiIl.rJ ho. II Cox. Ctn. 4W-Whiv. Ci'iiritr ClerkJit. II Mran. lrAufr A is WetniT Mit-riff W B Mitri J-juter A C HaV Jt-rk IitriKj4irt lUrry I-ijw -ITnt.aU 4 inUe llerna J V rinr. 'tuuty Attorney-M M utuu .surveyor Char Its VanTromji Ip't I'Ul 111! llM'UlM I. -ilrCrtr Grtt r V Jvne.. lily Mi.wr-iimM II IWfcy lt-o ltii J-hl !& V 4 ljnant JVl - Judg-IK-n I 11 Kn-.t. Mturney ot Utrt fci K CulUtr. 1 TfASurrr Uovd -Man. Hrlnt! MwjhM Mtreo Twablp. I rutw P 1 Realty i Itrk Join. K Mean. TreiMirer Henry Mr Justif- LJuyd Stinu U G a jm4 J I Con.Ublea I, rjujrbrur. JkIl Calla. d avit Morrow. (tfflwn of :-chl Di'Uirt.No. 1 r. C. tlm iutrnu3uD. ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 February 1878

THE TIMES. MII & KL1I5E, r.Ullhfn. DODGE CITY, - - KAKSAS. ITEMS OFJNTEREST. PrrHonal and lAlernrr. ' Sothern, the actor, is writing a book. Tennyson is preparing a new vol ume of poems. Senator Gordon was onco a news paper man. Itecchcr, Tiilon and Moulton are all lecturing. Henry 11. Stanley calls himself a " soldier ol journalism." " Stanley will write a history of his African explorations, at London, before returning to the United States. The court snord worn by the poet Schiller is now in jKisscssiua of Bayard Taylor. It was given him by Thacke ray. The Publishing houses of James It. Osgood A Co. and Hurd & Houghtou of Ts'cwYork and the Itn crside Press of Cambridge hare been consolidated. AValt Whitman is preparing a new book, containing proe and poetry, which he intends to .ill " Far and Near at S9" Ho is now in his SDthyear. The copyright of the musical works of ilendclssohn expired on the first of January, tlie author's or composers privilege being limited to 30 yea...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 February 1878

TO CORRESPONDENTS. VUcnnimnnlcatloniforthUpapcri'hoaMne aA-oiiipanii-'l by the name of the author, not nt-c.Krily lor publication, but n rvldener of snotl (aith nu thojiart ol the wrlirr. Write iml on urMoV of llic pantr. !! particularly cart-fill in KUttiC nanifi nnfl i!att-,to Lave it'll lotu-rs or llirurr-i plain and distinct. FAKM TOl'ICS. Ur4 of strntr. After having witnessed the enormous waste of straw, in these United States, for more than thirty years, at last I re joice iu -eeing that our farmers begin to find out their folly in ignoring straw as something of great value in fanning. Do not think I place too great a Value on straw: !t can hardly be done. I speak from a life-long experience reach ing over half a century. From my ear liest recollection in the old country, where I he-ran hit anicnltural career. I have witnessed the usefulness of straw as a feed, and, where of inferior nnality, as a litter and absorbent. It is a uni versal mistake to let grain get too ripe befor...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 February 1878

LOCAL ASP PERSONAL. dodge city. Saturday, feb. 23, ts. Spring weather. The Major of Dodge City wears a plop uav. from bU cattle Henry Lovel cauie in camp tes.rrday. II. V. Ciwk respectfully declines to pen. loim ttio duties ot J, 1. Fresh butter an I at M. Collin's. em kept continually The thermometer stood at TO degrees in tLe sbatle laM 1 uet-day. M.il Inn.uI tlio Kinsley ItVpublican. is tbe Horace liieeley of Kansas. A. J. I'caccck ami lad) have not jet re tUILLU. Sixt-live tickets for tbe firemen' ba.1 WClt! suM. Mr. and Urs.l'ault.oi Fort Dodge, came dov. u Ld atiebued ibe Obll last eteuiug. Wright. Bt'ierlcv .tCu., receied a lino lot 01 iuihMLd Lidts ibis week. 'I ti tail Rtutleunu bo porch aes bone jiiu tbo clij tills week. TLe proppcet for knottier ice crop tbis wiiuci lb Lot nattering. Ml. J. L. Diis'.illabtt tbeDiikill broth els jinucj imui lueir cattle cauip Lut II1UIM1B). Messrs bu.toti A. Colborn have been do.ui sou.e bit.tc.uAs legal work in the uaa.ract ot u:io tlbc. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 February 1878

1 La lis pa lis KTs IF U K 5 I S II I X G James I G O O D S . Connor HATS AND CAPS, XOTIOVS AS li je.. Ae., An. L. A- LOGAN, HAKNESS-MAKER SADDLER DODGE CITY. KANSAS. JCrtpt ib fcaivl 1.1 KG P. STOCK OK lUILVKMS. SADDLES. KKfDl.K-. COI.IAISS. WIiU3 l-rtlbiBOiuj kej.tin a laddter'a shop ItEPAIMNG l.ne with neatiesa nl on 'hart notice CHAKGhS MODERATE. Ml my work U IIAVH MAliE nfmj oiru tnsnufarturr. Tboe witiinj to make iriE puree to rail and exsmlat, bts stock asl leave tht-Ir order rarlr. Kintdnur niicl litffiee- DODGE HOUSE, Cox & Boyd. Proprietors. Two No. 1 Sample Rooms. 1 jtilfrf ripau1 fit It Ut Ihcftief th First Class Livery, Feed and slI.K VTABI.E I CUNSKCTION arm, tlt'.a satit. i:Kr r.ii.MsKii i-ai:i.oi: i tub citt. THE GREAT WESTERN PLOW FACTORY. AND BLACKSMITH SHOP. WIUOS, SUOII UUP. & CO., uoduk i:iti, HAKU. lirK have tart-MC uorkroe ia tbeeounlry V II()UK SHOEINU done Lett, r than a: an j clher-hoptntbe utt. A!-v all otber wort In tie ini!tbiDghne 6r let. money ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 February 1878

the man water. JIT WIM MART t, RKILF.T. Dahs 11 placo In l'olnte Coujoe sail, huh de Tl ell usixl to flow. 1 suppose 'twas ten or twenty. May le eighty, yeahs ago Uncle Jawgo nu)tieu he come beab 4 lie nle watah-cawse was full. An de new one w asnt dan yet ; i!ut deu Uncle Jaw ge Is ole, Vby, when be conic to dls country. All dese piney wood- you sees Was one w avtn flcl of cane-brakes, Wid a few- pchslinmon tree Scattered In and out among 'cm. Not &iruni tree In de Mate. Might scanty 'coons and 'possums, SAh, I reckon, a dat rate. TJncIc Jaw ge tolo mo de story Ob de big highw atah J eab TVhcn de livahs caM) gut turned to. Tell you? Kf you want to heah. It was ulluh cotton-pickin. Almost gugah-plaullii time. Uncle Jawge lived neali do riv ab. An be says, about dat time. You could we de watah risln, lllsin , risln, high an strong An' de ban's was kept n workin , At de leveo all night long. lght an' daydej workednn" worked dab, Hay hu' night de watah spread; In de darkness dey co...

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. — 23 February 1878

i FOB THE HOUSEHOLD. Mock Apple Pie. 7 crackers, 1 tea cup sugar, 1 teacup water, 1 teaspoon lemon, 1 teaspoon tartaric acid, butter the size of a walnut. Buttermilk Biscuit. 2 cups of good buttermilk, 1 of sour cream, 1 heaping teaspoon of soda, a pinch of salt; mix soft and roll as you like. Corn-stir eh Cak'. Whites of 3 eggs, 1 cup of sugar, i cup butter, 14 cups flour, i cup starch, i cup sweet milk, 2 teaspoons uakirg-pow der, lemon. Clumb Fie. Take 1 cup of sugar, 4 cup of Hour, and miweli; line a pie pan with a uioe pste and put the mix ture in, then take J cup of rich sour cream, dissolve in thu cream a piece of soda the size of a large pea, and pour over the whole. Molasses Ccol-'es. 3 cups of molasses, 3 tablcfpoons of soda (even full) , 1 tea spoon of powdered alum disohod fn 12 tablespoons of hot ater, 18 tablespoons of butter (or fried meat dripping if you have it, but never use lard), 1 table spoon of ginger; mW soft and bake in a hotoum. I Gingerbread. 1 cup of sugar...

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. — 23 February 1878

I jTHE DODGE CITY TMESKMS -DODGE CITY. 8.VTUI.DAY, FED.2I.T3. pnisrx. CHCklKEoCnCKK KA.X-, Feb, 14th. lbTS To the E'Utors of (he Times Id view tit tbe recent dettli ot one whov career at both a Spiritual and temporal Sovereign covered a sptca of time preg nant witb events of vast historical impor tance, notouly in the obi but iu tbe new world, a period iu which the dora trud den matn have at brief interval made briie and detenmned elicits to advance Ibeii claims to civil and religions liberty wbeu lette rrs they have worn for age I h.ve been broken by force of .intelligence: IUSU ICHUII IU'" . juiiu, HMu.a.v i..isi I. ... --- -. lit... .. ...... .. .il .,(., Is inn. I Into the arena of political and theological disruptions, and whilst claiming all the natural rights tor mankind, altnunch not yet within reach of tbe goal of its bail aim and lervent separations: has nobly gained and firmly bold an advance pi t ion in its attack on tbe superstitiont and dog uas hitherto considered vene...

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. — 2 March 1878

Zt'cL S&S?n-e.f t. jcA DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. IV. DODGE CITY, KANSAft, MAR. 2, 1878. NO. 16. o THE DODGE CITY TIMES. I'UnUSIIEU KVKRY SATURDAY BT SHTNN& KLAINE. LLOYD smXN. XIAO. subscription. tl.u per annum to advance. Official City and Comity Paper. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY, CuunCjr. Krpresentatite Hon. It. M. Wright. ComruiseiObcrs Cm. IS Cox, Chairman X J I'raciK-k. J W Mellow. ounty Clerk Jnr, II Means. Treasurer A II WfliKtrr. -herilT W 11 llailerwju. ireziiter A C lUle. Clerk District Court Harry r.oytr. Probate Judjte 1'erm.in J rnnga. County Attorney M V button. surTMor Charles VanTrurnp. jup'l Pub lust Thomas I. McOarHr iurouer Gto K Jonrs. Clly. Mayor James II Kelley urancilmea lion I II Colley tieo it Cor. CM IWs-in. JotmXctr,n. K J Leonsrd. roliceJttdge-IIou I) H html. Attorney and ClerL E F Cotbure. Treasurer Lloyd .-binn Marshal Edward J Iatrsoa. AJ.'t Marshal Chas E. lliJaelt. Tawn-hip, I rmlee P I. lieatly Clerk Jghn B Means. Treasurer Henry na Jiutlcea-Uuyd hmn I...

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

THE .TIMES. M1IW & kLMNI, 1-il.llihrn. DODGE CITV KANSAS. ITEMS OF INTEREST. lVntonnl nml Lttrrarj. l'rof. Huxley is tall, strong, grace' fully built and dresses elegantly. Mr. Tennv son's youneest son, Li onel, u t he married at Westminster Abbe, during thu first week in March, to a daughter of the pact Frederick Iocker. The library of the late Henry D. Gilpin, who was Attorney-General of the United States under an Ilurcn's administration, is being sold by auction at Philadelphia. The london Mature in noticing the death of the late Professor Kirtland, of Cleveland, speaks of him as one of the oldest, best known and niost useful of American naturalists. Olive Logan writes to the Cincin nati Enquirer that Mr. Jaaes Gordon Bennett is now reported to he engaged to a brilliant French Countess, of old family and Urge possessions. Miss Georgina F. Jackson is an En glish la.lv who has done Mich good work as a philologist tint the Queen has (riven her from the l'oval Literary ' Fund a p...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 March 1878

TO CORRESPONDENTS. ,1I communication' fur tlil-t paperMiouId be accompa i t bj the name f the author, not jicc uril lot pubhr.UioiiPbuli.liU(.nccof cimmIIiIi' mi the part ol the writer: Hrite onI n '! si'leol thop qter. He pnrticultirly ran fu! In tf In;: names nnl Iau , to fcave nil litters r Iljzuri. plain anil distinct. PEKM'AL ADOKXMEXT. For the Ladies Kxcluiilteljr. It is not an cosy task to dress well at home and abroad, when w e pocs but a small share of dame fortune's purse, and therefore many women take little heed to their home adornment, if they can only appear to better advantage on the street. Hut I think that every w Om an should strive to be becomingly dress ed ctcry day should wear a nicely fit ted ana clean dross, whether it be of cotton, w ool, or ilk, and should put on a clean collar and cuffs, and hae her hair dressed neatly; then her general appearance mut necessarily be attrac tive. To be sure, there are many women who are forced to rise so early, and la bor so...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 March 1878

LOCAL AND PERSONAL. DODGE CITY. 6ATUKDAT. MAR. a. T8. Tbe men grass is beginning to grow. A blacksmith aliop and a batcher shop bare been started in spearville. Mr. J. C. Couuor expects a visit from his lather in a tew date. Major Vanvoorbis paid ca a hnrried tisii yesterday. The new accommodation train will ar rive some tituu on Mouday. Mr. T. K. Hatwoul expect to start for Washington, 1. C. ilia few dava. Fretli butter aud egg kept continually at Jd. Collars Fftj lauil "eekeis arrived ou tbe train this alteruoou. Mr E. V. Colbom goes down to Lar nrtl to-murrotv night lo piove up on bis clann. Col. O. 11. Puma. 10th luf.. Fort Lvon Cul.. 11U tbe riiy. Jlc visited tbe Fori toda. Wo admit tbat Ellis is ahead of Dodge City in one ll.iuu at least, fclio baa a pub lic Mlx.tr. Assistant buprnntcudeHt lvttibnne is no in charge ol the A. , Ho. 1. road irum Emporia lo I'utblo. Ladies' and Mttecs' alio.-, ah aorta, at coal, l'nula six and seven cents per yard at 31. collars Strangers aie vi-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 March 1878

IFUBKISHING James 'GOODS C. Connor HATS AND CAPS, xotions AIM JIVILII, sVe., Jtc. Ate. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. DODOKCITT. SATURDAY. MAR. 18. Mr. L. A. Login returned from Missouri last Mundjy awning bringing with him hi family. Mr It. M FuUersoi. who is holding a had south of here, ill in the city this week. Mr Mile Mix went up to Ui Animas lut Wednesday after hi horses, which were Molen some time ago and uken np there and sold. Cept. James llenMn, of Fort Dodie, went np to Fort Ljon lut Thursday Burning to attend Court Martial trUl. L. A. LOGAN, HARNESS-MAKER AND SADDLER, r DODGE CITY, KANSAS. e Beeps on hsnd a LARGE irOCK OP HARNESS. SADDLES. BRIDLES. COLLARS. WHIP3 And everything usnilly kept in n saddler's ehop REPAIRING Pone with neatness Md on short notice. CHARGkS MODERATE. All my work is HAND MADB of ay own nnoiUctire. TIiom willing to rsske spring pnreksses to ull md tualu his stack aad 1cm their omen early. First door writ of Postefflce. DODGE CITY TOWN CO Town lots For Sale! ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 March 1878

MOONLIGHT 0Ar THE 8X0W. Jo nliit the earth UJikg n maid Entrance tlHitbln amiic Ixiwcr, hero the In Mefp 1 clmstHy laid I'ure at the nursling of an hour. Or like a Hiieit Whitehall Uown royr, Lying wcurely In God's plm. 1 nlttnie lor morning ere It blow And 3 lolda htm nil Its breath of balm. So etUH mi pure! feofairl aoawettl The thankful Uar unbidden conic; Mr h lit lit- patient at God a Jitt Till bo Khali lilt and take It home. pear World ! Thou artindefdGod'sroMS 1 hut lies half folded In hfs hand HeoiJy can thy leaien unclose, And all thy hij Merles undcrhtand! If oicartl Glndcni. A MATCH If love were what the rose is, And I ore liko the leaf, -Our lite would grow together In sad or filngiuc: weither, Illown deluortlowerful cIom, Green plaure or gray grief Xf loe were what the roei, And 1 w ire li Le the leaf. If I-wlto what the worddare, ndloe were like the turn, "t ith tlouble sound and single Ih light our lip- wouid mingle, With kU5eglnd ns birds are That get sweet ruin at n...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 March 1878

HINTS FOR THE HOUSEHOLD. Olnssy Starci. Put kcroene in starch and it will be very glossy. Fried Cale.l cup sugar, 1 cup sour cretin, not thick, 2 egg', 1 tcaspoonful soda; roll thin. Loaf Cale. 1 pint of bread-dough, 1 cup of sugar, 1 cup of butter, 3 eggs, 1 tablcspoonful salcratus; mix thor oughly, but not too stiff. Lastly, add 1 cup of raisins. P rk Cake. 1 pound pork chopped fine, .'! cups of hot water, 5 of brown sugir, 1 pound raisins, 9 cups flour, 1 nutnii'jr, 1 t.iblepoonful each of clove, cinnamon and saleratus. Boston Brown Bread thout Kggi. 1 pint corn-meal, 1 of rje-llour, 1 tea spoon salt, J cup molasses, 1 pint but- tirmilK, I teaspoon soua ; steam . uours, then bake 15 minutes. Curing Hams. Hub them ocr ." dif- and salt, letting them lie on the shelf about 2 weeks, then smoke; put 4 tea spoon saltpeter on the lire and one day will smoke them sufficiently. Rniin Puffs. 2 eggs, J cup butter. 2 tablcspoonfuls sugar, 1 cup of milk, 2 cups of flour, 2 teaspoonfuls bakinj...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 March 1878

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATUKDAY, MAIL 2. 78. PORT EENO, I. T. roirrKENO. L T.. Feb. !B, 1S7H. To the Iillorg of the 1 tint Fidget came rnhiDg wildly into tbe bouse yesterday. branduhinc a newspaper in ln band, upsetunz ZacL (our son and beir, Zacbarvbisnanioig.j who was ins dustriouely engaged in pulling I be back out ot a looking glass, to find wticio "dat odJer boy wan," and ne.irly frightening tbe life out of poor ioe, as I was busily at work putting knife pleating unniyncw poiouaie, that 1 am lnaUuc to wear or er my old cabtnere. (It will look well when lib done, and bcautiiul, quite like a new suit.) Saysl, Fidsret w baton iartb is tbe mxtu-rwilh you;haSt. lVlfisburg been captured liy Hi-Turks, or bave yua been interviewing Hilly Wilson again. (Mr. Wilson is tbe benzine distributor at tbe sullei'a store.) None of your blank Don teuse. inadaui; don't put on any of yojr aristocratic Inlla with me, they wont pi donn, and be glared at me in a most de ioouii.cj1 manner. M...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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