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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 April 1879

-A --l- .atr &&j jfti&wi s Qft fr DODGE CITY T VOL. V. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, APRIL 12, 1879. NO. 48. Kft), r-a- LOCAL NEWS. IE MLT A3T EXPLANATION OF T HI.K. Tbo salt sink in Meade county hat be come fauiong already. Tbe newspapers generally have copied our ai tides describ tug tins great wonder. When we look fur an explanation pr cause for tin etraLge beaouiouiu flic mvsterr is oao apparently well understood. It is well know o that t bei e ate uuder curren ts of water from the mouutnius eastward and south-eastward. Water only lit obtained wbeu Ibe lied or level or a liver or erect is reached, lucre are no "veins" of vvaler underlvitig I Lev) plains. In some Darts ol tbis western counrrv there are what are teimed "lost rivers," streams that tas.e tbeir tlow from tbe uiouutaius and disappear in sinks sim ilar to tbe salt sink in Meade county, wben, alter a space of tuanv miles, tbe (streams mil ritongain uud flow on their outward and onward enures. Tbe dinar i on river is a...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 April 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SCBSCKinlO't $iOOrr Tfr,lnA!tnre. NICHOLAS B. KLA1NE, - IMitor. FA11X TOPICS. How to Train a Colt to Harness. A writer in the English Agricultural Oazttlc gives the following as an easy and practical method of accustoming young colls to the restraints of tho har ness : " Put on him an casv collar, hav ing a pair of reins attached, or add two nieces, to lengthen tho traces, and let a strong man walk behind him, holding these. After a few minutes tho leader may order the man to pull the traces very gently, so as to press the collar but slightly at nrst. in a nmc time no may pull tighter, while the leader keeps his eye on the colt; and if he shows any bigns of flinching, let him order the traces to be slackened and then gradual ly drawn again, until tho colt is seca to lean into his collar, when tho man who holds the traces may use his whole f orco for a short time only. The traces must now bo slackened again, and the same course gone over repeatedly; but stop pin...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 April 1879

TO CORRESPONDEIfTS. Ancoramunicfttiiisfortlilspaprshonltlbo nccompnuhil by the numc of tho author, not necessarily for publication, but as evidence of gtxHl faith on tlivpiirt f tho writer. Write only on one tide of the paper, lie particularly can f ul lit pivins named and dates, to 2mvo all letters or figures plain and distinct. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Personal and Literary, Mr. Tennyson is writing a new play for Mr. living's theater another his torical one. Its title is Eleanor and Rosamond. A translation of Longfellow's "Song of Hiawatha" has been published at Moscow for the benefit of soldiers dis abled in the recent war. A visitor observed to Meissonier that ho seemed to have none of his own pictures. "Too dear, my dear madam," said the great artist. " I can't afford them." A Columbia (Tcnn.) special an nounces the death at that place of John E. Hatcher, a well known journalist and one of the editorial staff of the Louisville Courier-Journal. Mis3 Louisa Rynier is a young lady still...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 April 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES.! DOOOK CHV. SATURDAY, AI'RIL 12. OFFICIAL CUT AND COUNTY PAPEE. SUnSCUUTIOS: i OJ per jrar, in adTanct IMCIIOI..AK H. KUI9IE, Editor. TEXAS CATTLE DBIVE. The Kansas City Commercial Indicitor bits tbct it in 'atl tht tl.e Jiitc to Kan sas maj be placed at 1!! 0,000. and, tilticr. the reports obtained Irani dillerrnt ouri carefuliT, it believe that it publirbea the list which I the most reliable one that has nn jet given. It baa otlen been the case that citti which wonld be driven were credited todiflerrnt pirtirr, sif each would drive, when in reality thej would be the mdc lot. For instance li. would contract wiih 0. to deliver him, y 6,000 head ot raitle in Kansas. It hn Ixen the caw that li. awl C. would both be credited wiih the earue ctlle, when in reality C. should only liave cot the credit of item. In the list which we tiub'iah, lliis error has been avoid id and only the proper rrtrtiea are credi cd villi the number of catila which they ill t'rive, thus av...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 April 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES- DODGE CITV. SATURDAY. ATKIL12. I WISH KVKBVBODV TO KXCtr. Kef. Gei re H. I hayer, n old cit irn of thii Y.cinitT. known to every one as a moat ii flj-niial citii-n and Cnmiian tmniaur of the JI. E Church, jut llii moment Mopttftl in mr tiute to aiy: "I wih ever; burte to know tint I cinaMrr that both meftlf ar.d wt e owe our mei to bhlloh (.onruuiidion Cure." It i having a tremendnut sale ever nur rcui.trra and is givi ig perfect f-itiffac- tion in all caret ol Lurg Duette, aoch an .tb'D; el-e ha ilore , Drrf.MATCIIEIT & Fkai.ce. liourlxi", Iml , May 15. 1878 Sold by ii J Krmi;ert Dmier. Fn- lime II ick, rii!e or I 'hear, ue Sli lohV lVrioua Pin er. Price '25 cena S-ld by 11. J r'ri (it. Drmsi't, Dodge City, IC. PBOPOMI.ll FOB FKKMU BKEV i.U .Tl UXTO.t. HrADQCARTtES DtrARTMENT OF TOE Jll-SiUIII, tJKFICE ClIIKF C'OMMISAKY OF UBItTiNl.E, Foitr LcAf ENWUKT1I, KAKS48, Airi) 1-t, 1S"9. SEALED PKOP03ALS. ia Iriflictle, ittlnoiyol hUaiiveitia m-i.t attached, will ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 April 1879

TJIE' TWO ANTIS. Eilmcni In friends Mill often meet; bo oddly did they in these twain That should jou seo them In the street icarce from a arnlle could you refrain. One iloy pwrMrs. Cross exclaimed To Mr, spare, Good news to tell I Tou know linw long V c bi-en ashamed At making such a horrid swell; Now. finnt yon think, they advertise A medicine lor such as I ; Of courM! good papers tell no lie. One bottle I shall surely try. Would you be kind enough, mj dear. To get it lor me, you're so thin? I am so fat. 'twould look Hunt iueer. And surely make the shopman giin!" " w Ith an ray heart," said Mrs. Fpare ; "Now thA like (avor do ior me, M v thinner makes the people stare As ninth as j our obesity. " l,ut night I heard this Joyful sound 'Full ttttvnontaU art thown, A icofftrvita curt for linet found. So longer be tut ttxn and bone.' Ay, that I won't. I vowed outright That, ere tbo set of one more day. To work thoe curves that cbnnn the sight Tills magic should be on Its way. ' Our m e...

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 April 1879

HINTS FOB THE HOUSEHOLD. Kerosene will make teaketttej as bright as new. Beeswax and salt will make rusty flatirons as smooth as glass. A small piece of charcoal in the pot with boiling cabbage removes the smell. Clean oil-cloth with milk and water ; a brush and soap will rain thorn. Tumblers that have had milk in them should never be put in hot water. A table3poonfcl of turpentino in the boiling wa.er will whiten the clothes. A little sperm, or gum-arabic, with salt, should be put into boiled starch. Fish may bo scalded much easier by dipping them in boiling water for a minute. Fresh milk, after beginning to sour, will sweeten if placed out of doors in the cool over night. Salt will curdle newmilk; hence, in preparing milk porridge, gravies, etc., that should not be added until the dish is prepared. Clear, boiling water will remove tea stains and many fruit stains. Four the water through the stain and thus prevent it Irom spreading over tne fabric. Keep salt in a dry place; yeast i...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 April 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. LOCAIi XEAVS. DODGE CITV. FATFKDAY. A1'HIL13. K F. Colbom fcUtted for Ohio, Wednesday niUr, on busine-is. Mrs M. F. Moore, after two mouths cti-cnco e.'nt, returned Thursday- Tliefautlr of A. 15. Webster returned Wlniay after rcral iiiotitti absence. Attorney Hardest? and tih arrived Mouday, and willrvs'do iq tbe city. 1 II. Lane, of Wucht, Ucveiloy &. Co., andS-an. SamueK lmvocua cast lu l.inclia.- tfcous. Captain Cba. E. Ilaanett Mt for Tos pekalWjdsUr nmhl. ou mm ties with ke AdjnUnt (irccral in relation to the Fatrol Guard. Vt notation is doing well in this part of Knas. Unexamined lot of plants Si; ltd. iv. and found them in a crowing and ihnvinL' condition. The Hoard of Conntv Cnniintaione-rc. Tuetid.iv, appointed IS. M. Hoover to till the vacancy on tb Heard, caused by the roMsnatioti of Geo. It. Cox. Mr. Hooter wilt till tbe piace Tvith credit and honor. J mitre Hcverley arrived from Texas Tuesday inorninc alter an absence of e f eal wWb. in tbo int...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 April 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SUPPLEMENT. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY, APRIL 12. OFFICIAL CITT AND COUNTY PAPEB. SUBSCRIPTION: ti 01 per year, in advance lVICH'ei.AB, B. MLAINK, Editor. SUPPLY OP WHEAT. The probab'e demand for wheat and everything pertaining to it are very eajerlj ought after by those who ate engaged in the trade. The visible supply in the United States and Canada his been decreasing for the past few weeks, but not sufficiently bo as to give any hopes to those who are looking for higher prices. For instance, the risible apply of wheat on last Saturday week March 22, was 20,090,441 bushels, against 20,935,426 bushels for the previous week, but when we come to look at the supply on the corresponding date of 1878, we find it to hare been 7,568,449 bushels, and on March 24, 1877, 9,687,450 bmbels, showing that there is now in sight more than double the amount there was at the same time in 1878 and 18T7. The estimates of the wheat crop in the United Kingdom for 1878 indicate that from ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 12 April 1879

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Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 19 April 1879

DODGE CITY TIMES: J VOL. Y. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, APRIL 19, 1879. NO. 49. LOCAL NEWS. .SO CaEVEM.VH Ol'TllllKAK. Tho CnmruisHioner of Indian tlairare icivea a telegram from Kurt Sill, ou Mou iay. eaxinz there is not tbe slightest fiiuniUiioii for the reports or a Cliejrenue outbreak. A GREAT eoi.MKV. Onr Kmslcv noichbors are imlulamz in testacies Savs llio (Jrauhic: "1 Hera is no excHNC for a jonnj nan not getting i start in this country. No clmn.li festii vais. no Krab bair. no Toting fo- tbo liaiiil-xiincsc cirl or tbe ukIiuU man, nu Iwiations. h:3kij- ten cents annus, mil cicars as low as two lor a mti-el. This is a ere it cotinirr." YOTICi: OF M'Kl'lAL I1IXTBICT JlEETI.tK A srecial meeting of the voters of school illslnct -No. I, in the conntv of Funl.will lid bald on Sttnnl iv. April l'J. at the school limine n the district, at 3 o'clock, r. M.. for tbo nurposo of enUiirma the present school riHiuis, or to rent addittou nl rootas. or to errct a new untitling, tli. present buildin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 19 April 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. BCBMlilrTIUSi $iOOp' T'. In AdtiBfT. NICHOLAS B. KLAINE, - Kditor. i'AIUl TOl'ICS. HOW TO MAKE A MWS. A correspondent writing in the Hus bandman says: In our climate, with its hot suns and long, fierce summer droughts, a deep, rich toil is essential for a fine lawn. Thorough preparation in the way of draining, deep plough in? and liberal fertilizinz are the pre paratory steps, and must be taken if we would have our lawn maintain a con tinued CTeen throushout the summer. It is the only foundation of success with lawns in this climate. To avoid the trouble of annual weeds it is a eood plan to seed the ground in tho fall. If there nas ocen niucngrauing aim minis in it is listtcr to wait until spring, when the settled surface can be smoothed and the seed sown. It is a good plan to roll lawns, whether new or old, in spring, to smooth tho surface and tiller the grass. Top-dressing is essential, and finely decomposed compost should be applied, or a mixture of guano an...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 19 April 1879

ITEMS OF INTEREST. Perianal and Literary- John G. Whitticr is unable from HI health to perform any literary work., Mr. Henry James, the novelist, is now only 36 years old. Hois a native of New York, born in April, IMS. ' Mcnkacsy, the Hungarian artist, u-ho has recentlv sold one picture for S52.000, was formerly a carpenter, and has painted only aiew years. Hon. Thomas Fitch, formerly of Utah, and later the Speaker ot the Arizona House of Representatives, is about to-.appear as Richelieu at the Bald win Theater in San Francisco. Professor Mary .1. Safford-BIake, M. D., gave tho valedictory before the Faculty at the sixth annual Commence ment of the Boston University School of Medicine, in Tremont Temple, Boston, on Wednesday, March 5. Mr. William Morris, the "English poet and npbolsteror, is now practicing the art of weaving. Xot only is he en deavoring to cany out practically some of his own designs, but he has set to work to dye his own fabrics. Mr. I). RLocko (i,Petroleum. V. Kas...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 19 April 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. I DODGE CITY. SATURDAY, APRIL 19. OFFICIAL OUT AND COUNTY PAPER. 8UnsCEirTJO.V: i OO per year. In advance NICHSLM B. KUIXE, Editor. TEXAS CATTLE DRIVE. n e preatni in is aeca: some lartner in formitioa in relerrncs to the Texas cattle drire, wnich was fnrnUhed to the San An tonis, Texss, Express by Mr. A. Conkle, lire slock agent r to Kansas pacific Rail way. Mr. Conkle, who returned to thu city on Monday (ran 8an Antonio, has corrected some typographical errors, which occurred in ita production in the San Antonio paper. for the Iodicator, and therefore we hare the pleatnie of presenting it to oar readers re- Tiard. We hare never known such a dirersiiT of opinion in reference to the number of cattle which will be driven north as there has been this year. First it was thought the number would be small, not more thin 125,000,then it was increased to 178,000, and again to 200,000, and now we hare Mr. Conkle plac ing the figures at 171,800. in an interview with a r...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 19 April 1879

- I 1 THE DODGE CITY TIMES. LOCAL NEWS. BODGE CITY. SATURDAY. ATRIL19. "Tne LCrore Eigle has saspeaded pub lication at that place, and will, be temoTed to LakiD, Kearney county. The Vanderbilta have paid to the daujh 1e a of Horace Greeley the monty the latter loiceJ to Cornelius. The whole mm, with interest, amounts to oyer $01,0(0. The St Louis Time-Journal says: "A great parade is m'de oyer thii matter. The truth is that the V-inderbili ought tofetl atbamed that they hare bo long kept the m.-nev they were able to pay." CATTLK I.t TEXAS A letter from II. W. Cresiwell, Fort El liott, Texa, to Irwin, Allen & Co., saye: dale are thin here, but small Iomm np tj this time. There w 11 be' about o.OOO head of native and graded eteer, and 10,000 head of Texa steers, for the tusrket this year. I think I ahall drive t Dodge and try it ai- other year. S. C. GALLUP & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS Whips, Spurs, Horse Brushes, Curry Combs, &c. REPAIRING NEWLY DONE. ...

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. — 19 April 1879

SPJ21NQ IX FIELD AND WOOD. "lie "lb ..wak n from a dreamless sleep, Ai '1 -'iftlyputs her iklmU-st garments on; -r.r M-d- around htr, gracefully, a zone Ol teeter green, with blue embroidered deep. 0rtha: L-aJdlnssun-tippedbedgerow peep huch vivid emerald as ne'er glanced m stone. Or in ttw eimnuj of mighty C:ujrs shone; And violets stir in yonder wnyside heap. The tlmllng beauty of the wood U full 401 color, varied softly in their line; TtiC rabbits frisk, and birds begin to ting. ThcaliiflTnrc moat sweetly clear and cool. And heaven ecins onened through the dis tant Wee; The starling ki cams, and doves are light on wing. 11. free, through yon field the plowman drl es his fcaru. And in prt crow clot-c follows at his heel , And the1 furrow, slowly-winding. tcal Thin avetol mist that waerfto air. Tin upland -a Is dottrel hero and there Witn-eattered -heep that, like to pearls, reveal A ;lit'nlng whltoncs- ; and the cattle kiwi In lull contentment with the hpringH Ireah lare. Tlii-;cx...

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. — 19 April 1879

HISTS FOB THE HOUSEHOLD. Cheap Cake. I egg, 1 cup sugar, 1 tablespoonfal of batter. ! of a cup of milk or water, nearly 2 cups of flour, heaping teaspoonful of baking-powder, nutmeg to taste Fruit Cale.S cups flour, 5 eggs, 1 cup butter, 1 cap lara, 2 of sugar, 1 of molas-cB, 1 pound of raisins, 1 of cur rants, i pound of citron, J teaspoon soda, and 2 teaspoon cream-tartar. French Pancake. Take 1 pint of soar milk, 1 egg, pinch of salt, small j tcaspoouful soda, flour to make thin batter; bake in large cakes, spread with butter and currant jelly, and roll them up nicely to serve ; sprinkle sugar over if you choose. Pan DcdiJie3.l pint milk, 2 eggs, 2 tablcspoonfuls of molasses, 1 teaspoon ful of soda, i teaspoonful of salt, equal parts of Indian and rye-meal until the mixture comes to a still batter. Drop irom a spoon Into boilinglard, and cook to a light brown. Ice Cream. 1 quart of sweet cream, and 1 quart of milk, beat thoroughly with a pound of sugar; add, for vanilla cream, th...

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 April 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. LOCAL NEWS. BODGE CITY. SATURDAY. APRIL 19. Ilusmess in or tb Increase. Carjhtni i nods' a" busy. Straugers throne the streets of Dodge. Lots of new goods daily arriving in Dodge. ... , A. J. I'eacock returned Monday morn ing. , The rout office rom is airy and com modious. -Tb material or Wright's hotel will soon umve. The Leavenworth apptal appears as a dailv. May it shun. The weather is cool. Only light sprinkles of rain. -John Cornell is funisbmgn leaidsueo in Collar's Addition. L. W. 11. Ji.ht.aon. of Cimarron, was in the city riiurwlav. V. A. Brighara. of Lamed, dropped in on ns'lbursdai. Morns Collar has two ;warhoucs 'chink full'" of goods. Wngbt. llevorley Jt Co. are enlarg ing their warehouso room. 7. I) Hilling' is opening a saloon in Morris Collar's old stand. Chalk Hereon is putting up an addi tion to his residence. John Wert h is putting np two mora dwcl.ings n Pleasant View Ridge. Jauies C. Connor is making tbeas"css- meiit and taking (ho census. ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 April 1879

." f . - DODGE"CITY DODGE CITY, KANSAS,. APRIL 26819. VOL. V. JSLQ- 50- si' bbI I fc H Vv tfc PBVIAI. ICHOL HBITMO. A special meeting of the voters of school district No. 1 will be beld mt tbs district cbool bouse oo liar 3d , lbTO. at 3 o'clocr, r. M-. fr I lie purpose o( selecting tb grounds for tbe new building lobserectsd. Also names desiring to donate land fur tbe said building ara requested to send all communications conceruiug nam lands to tbe director. F. C. Zimnicrmann. Mar 3d. at 2 o ciock. r. v. By dder of tbs Board. Mokriw Collar, Clerk, FIBtCB. We believothe utmost precaution should Im used to cuard against a connagnuion. The terrible lrsson sriren by tbe calamity ibat baa befallen tbe town of Kinsley should put our citizens on tbeir guard. We am not to become thoughtless, bat we lu-lirTB n are suiricientlv warned to avoid n retention of Kinsley's disaster. Tbe citv Council ii II prohablv enforce theor. diuaucn in rtgard to tines, and use means to provide against lire. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 26 April 1879

-4 -T r for' girls to do hoasewOrk then h. will be popular and easy, but until then we must be content with the ( old wy of leaching thcsB"duties, "line upominer precept upon precept.1' For the lower classes in Keif York City Miss Hunting, lon.u doing "aimost beneficent work in teicning.tne.2W gtrJsjnjne uson in dustrial School, of which she is ne head, how to go through all the various oper ations required of the skillful housekeep er. As the little housemaids work they fcing the directions lor each particular last, "suiting the' word to the action," and there is scarcely any department of housework tnat they do not learn some thing about. The children of rich par ents need this kind of teaching almost as much as do' those of poor parents.for the millionaire of to-day is often the beggar of to-morrow; and were it not so, no woman can justly judge of the merit of work of whose details she is ignorant, and no woman who does not know just now work should oe done ana what difficulties ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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