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THE DODGE CITY TIMES.
MCn:iriIO: ?:oiiTTr.r, la-lJiapcr. NICHOLAS IJ. KL.VINC, - Editor. making a little fortune, the supply, of"' course, being inexhaustible. Aiiotiicr -ecret printing-office has h been discovered by the Itiissian.policcin ' IIKTS FOrTJIE HOUSEHOLD. The Table. Apple Batter Pudding: One pint of 4 stead of ironing, 1 stretch and pull them carefully when putting on the lines. (Then pull and , fold them dry, and put under press in St. Petersburg, and this time in one of milk, three eggs, two cups of Hour, two "' .. , T . the most fashionable quarters of the cups of apples, cut small. Hake one ifnnkuuj auiue m icnia. 1 1 ' capital. When the police entered the hour, and rait; with sauce. . , ,11! i TTVivrS CtV TTrT-typT1 " houc thev found -about twenty persons, ltoast Gon-c: Stnff witli a dressing ,. g.iUicpMi,in tins cosie-t.corncr of AA.HU U-fc XjciUuH A. 1 sonleof whom,lrc mm,X ,oVrlong to rnf fmcly mashed potatocs.-scasoncd with the room--. -JU-el.!lel our hands; a i-erM.,u.iamiiJtmrr. the bc-t clas.es of society, engaged in mineeif onion, .pinch of sage, butter, , svn "'" W! nodding m the hall -Aucrbaeb is writing his memoirs. , Printing a f. bidden pamphlet. Among pepper and .salt! liefore making the- e1 fT -llruiwm HowanChe American .? ?-. ,,. , ... ' f ravyskim off a good deal of the fat in - '; a Jjft&SS playwright, who is now in London, re- . -Wf .beth ' Austrian Mill striking- . the 1 a. iti,.,t..,,flf . -iUer and was topped w ith an elaboratc- -iC-es.yl,KiaU-ar for the ue of his v handsome, bhedrcs-es tery quietly -Itock Cream : Bod a teacupfulof the I ,.;,,,, eart, 1Cn .owl; from its' nccK the i.l..y "Truth" fn the KnglM. proline. . ' !. ate, ami very magnificently on best nee til 1 quits, soft m new milk , a fathn 0" ,",',,, ',-, , 5? . , occasions of state. Her eldest daughter, sweetei.edwith powdered loaf sugar.and "... 1,,""; ,.', '', J ' , ". ' "uni -t.eorge Augustus .s.ila, the well , n; . ,, , . , ' ;,., ,, .-,. Ai,. i,Vnn it ?t,c ,!;,.,. .with threads of gold and silver, stretched known writer. j iilniiit to start for a four ,,, of is.uaria, is pretty and pctite.but i-nt places, square lumps of either cnr--t(?llu; hps UV? W'IP 'Cl5.i!iouth months' tour in Amciica, for the benelit , l t inip),.ilI;;a, u.rinlm;ri4l mother, rant jellvor preserved f ruit of anykind; ".$ f 0"!;,,d ambur-, J 1,e Ya wa of his health. Th(J J j,, h!l-s tl, m,ic , beat up he whites of lhe egg, to rf stiff h..U bUcd t . roscMyuter, and m eaen According to the Vienna XaicFrc daughters, Augusta and Elizabeth. Itu- froth, with a little powdeml sugar, and . a'c a JwmUul of fresli n,se le.ne, was lr,c. Hret Harte is not greatly de- aoAi, the Empress's only son, isaclev- ll.uor with either orange-flower water fl'Pl "' tl" water. I he pine-bearer lighted with hisCrefeld eoiisiilatc. In' cr ' , man with a taste for science. ' or yanill.i; add to this" when lieaten-J thfiiijojika handful of tumbaka mild, fact, he likes Crefcld so little that he has Mlcr rcnulning cliilM, rrincess Valeria, ven-tiff , about a tablesixwufuV of rich swect.ien.Linw.wd, plunged it into i mou-.l his residence u, l)ns,eldorf, and j, a handome, long-haired little sprite cream, and drop it 01 er the rice, ghing ba-m tof water, am wniii-' it out like a ".v-s to and from his business oflice bv f 11 ,.,... f .. ' , ;, ,i. ,,( m,.l-.,f ...- -I'Lisuiti sponge., e regarded with cunous eyes The rail. -Mr. Harte. snvs lliu sine naiier. . . .... . ,,.... 1... 1 1 ... 1.., ..,,..,...! t ,n t too lirepanition-r-so wotlht ou. has produced butone literary work since , '?' ?;,,,, Z,1W ', as delicious dish for'a supper table. timib.ik is stil damp; he pres it into J.e arrncct in 1'nisMa-an e.ay on the ' , "-J,,: in 1 ublic i anv but the -Kric.u-see Chicken: Cut up the ln,? Pipe-now, a Ilenp, n -up,- iiuMng uperi,!r qualities of the UuxeMorf 'S 'ff a" ,, nles ' chickens and vasl, well in saltwater; a !le "f,1 m, the center ot it. I hen ervant-girls, which iMlbBGtr,Vi: nut them in a not. with enouMi cold live coal is jdaced in the nest, w here it ..". ; - .1. 1.1 .... semis tin a 111111. ira-rrani man ne;pap.rs talk ng about 1...... , plainwi,i,e Hnt.n or cotton sailordresscs, water to ewer them; add (for two S""w?kS Z I n Mom Jacob Abbott, who-e death was an withalittle nl trimmiii" and tnev are . chickens) half a pound of .salt iork,eut "I"" jmirsclf back upon the cu-lnons ti.unce,l recently, was born at Hallo ",'. 1 net riSn- driv nz"n neat up in thii. strip,;' cover, and let htrh?nt T0" PflW.1 well Me Vov 14 1803- cr-idn-ititl it "1 1 nmu'J , ", ""mg in ncai .',,,' a.,r ,ntil tl f.mls the superb amber mouthpiece, thrceor "', . ',; ,, "' , ' ri."", ', ". sailor drcsics of dark blue woolen. . -T5 slowy , tlitii stew until tiic low is . . . , ., ', . , Jlowdoin College, and studied theologv t Tll . cnt ;, thc;r f:llr .,,, n)()(Il. ' are tender. Oiok slowly; f they cook W. "? . "fe, ' Ji .' r atAndo;er;for jears w:ls tutor and Cr to the rec-ent French fair in gowns of fa-t, they toughen and shrink; When ?.1 "JVimmldrw In rCJX J'n.fes-or at An.herst College; tnneled , ,)I:lin pink cml)ric,with KU-heof crim- im .lone, add. if desired, a chopped Jrl&"L rf t&m ' i Sn? .tensiwly in foreign lands; wrote the , h.!nnonizin- with the pink 1 oin ortwg, sonic )arslev and pepper; le ?'tenng coils of tlm stem, volumes "YodngChrisiian Series" the "Holla j ,?" n '" ,"i" kml hv cmer again, and, when it "has keatcU t.. of V l-nwd : this Ho-fe," the " Knin.-cnia Stories," etc ,,,7 T". SnlinrJ W, !mL; boiling,stir 'in slowly a teacupfur of 1 rmoke h?' "?."?'."" '-''"V1' - -HU brother, John .S. C. Abliott. is the K1; .ri.r. o7 Jtf J;""" ' milk, containing nvo Viten c-ggs and Wc-o; it is infinitely l.iic-r, -wt-ter, author of the "History of Napoleon W!',,1 'or,s Idrf;- . s ' ,l the nwater lt,mn,.irt.. " r.-.n-..nii.: ,.,,i.i;-if..i i,. i '""'"o ,l10 largest j icld of grain and. . ...1 ., . . .'..,,.. tlirouzb which thu Miioke has na-seil - -. , --S-. .-..,...... ...... ..1. . sa -. ..... ... I. I 1 I.TU I tlllll ( JHi llHV,-lCVllili J i.WU lMl nnaii Harper' JTaqazine. The titles of his works exceed 200 in nnmbcr, including .1... l.T.r.MA.1 . ..u. . r. lt.l. I.!. 1 .l. me iii-Kftiu) s(.,n-t , njuCll IMS oroiii' vr contributed, and a series ot e books, A writer in one of the straw per acre, with smooth and thin husks, full and white kernels, hijjh specific jrra itv in the seed, and w ith : - 1 unglit, tirm, and suit straw Arrange the chicken nicely in a y means 01 a uioe '"jMrora and serve hot. "r-s---- .. ...... .,,. ilikitii 1 ilt tump -.ni i-fT n ULA lUlOli. I 'Mill J " - - 7 HiilWl. .. . -WstTurkevwfth Ouster I)resin-':1 '.". f the.' -V nil,Uien i:e, m Tni- o i,f f ;i i,r,.n,l ,.t ,,ff ,;. Uuuwes, nks snow lulls, ana en; , -The Marquis of Headfort, who, with, .mlIe Ulle anj hn mnKr anj tere.1 the fiexilde stem lie. I his agent, has lately been threatened, ,U- strain the linuor fromof a quart ''f"'" vae? Or is it th ir the throa; lie moit timi- ..... . - ! danves bis lnln'slatesfrom nn nnci stor I . ... .. !., ., .. , . . '......-Xuik- ivtuluiu-. sonia. ubtLi 4t.-nop iiaper,s 01 jiinion n:i oeen down to I 1 . . 1 .i. 7 c. iin- ' m ovsiers, onngio aoou anti pour over ,T : : 1.1 .7 1 -Mr. Tcnnvson's tountrv h.ime, and " ttl the tainons Sir A ilUam , the -cr,imbs, nl7linS the enwUs'prev-ioi.s- ",!r9ibXJ-ot. 'irea '' " ho pltming suvs, among other things; that the 'nM1I J l''W (anchor of the Marquis of Lans-. jVMakelK 'j,,, ae,, .irol tuikey .als? Or it only .( f.tney that j.os- in-whichtljwt write" is. one wHeh!!1?"?) in-,f.he sum? ? 1rrla!Ui am,1' iirstwith a spoonful of dressing then , ?IT,,,tn.7,lcu ' "' "'v' IS H has more of n1NMn than is common in ' k.u .s"-.. ''''. "' " a -'l g" three r four oysters and so on u.Ttil all ! J'Sl'tcd al thep.pe-bearnrs.tsby watch nbraud.ne.rl.ousu. He sits w ell fenced ' " '7,br" account lie. ar(J fa. praw toget!ierj nib butter, ingit as ifl.fe mng upon thecousumuu iu by a number of screens, at a w riling- , !U" l"'' ""'. 'i"" alw r 'T'" n-"",en!' I pepper and salt over the' turker, place ' l'" ,of th htary .smoke? Occision table facing the wid.m;cl.i pipes To j" '. ""; a J3 handsome hospi- , nVurippingiian, pour in ldf apntraPyft houlorjulicc. frc-h anv number cumber his papJrs Snd a ' U,1,t, f u ""''"j"1 fW "'-'"""i !B I hot water. Snd A-Lt in,a wel heated coaHlJait, nnd.tlien he s.mle, as general dk,n-av ould id,, ground i"1 "lu d 'lAhlernun The ovun fronl two'and a half tothrqehours. the White clouds pour forth in immense eivn-uhciu but ior the filial goouTonices u,,I!l,I ". f"u "f. !?'K",t W?' Haste frequently with alitth) water, bufl W" !W,7 rlh fH2.,by. h the of hi, eldest sou, .Hallam, yho makes '"th-r father, conceiving some d.stn.st ,)CI(peranif sat, kept in a tup oU' weenlejof JheiOneut, i JheJ .nlmlat.on him the most faithful and aflectioujteof ' 1' .w, 7 V" ,' 1 ', .1", ihw ' hc ck! of the stove. Half an hour be- , " m.mvU "i.Ti 1 ,'f J' V" 1. KW-farie., coining his manu-.-ripts, V'U u"' .tl'U' V t Lord , f it is dono bMte ,aa dred ,vh!l tumbatc ahc brfaJhotho very a r; the writing'his'lcttei, acting as librarian to H'ort ,'. 1'efyre.Jio succeeded his , fl When vjaki tbe 5- tllcrc t bo-omjieave? Jike the rL-e an.l fall of a his hook; and knowingull his poems J-'ther. actually peiisiom.r of lus son , u ,, fat ; th " - ,0t ()f great w.ue .1 .sea; you imagine jou are brhearu Thep.RfS hfo is c-on aincd ",l Bl'ctlve- he latter has an nn- u mj the cl gjbWwith tluuta- , i'"''hng Winches :s, the chest; a -- t ,.' .. . men-e nroocrtv ,11 estmoreland. be- I . ' . ,...,. .t "!,. - , . nlca-iir-able flirin is cTminitltllKltwl ti 111 oui a smau siucc. Ilu nanJieerj .1 "1 1" 1 ,, .. , lerin wmcii inev were oouea. ijuckcu" 1- :, ... -. . , ,f..-. 1:....' ' V-iiiucatlied by his rnuidfather, and some ,:. i..:..i ,., .,,.:, everr nerve in the. body, loufloodjour ..-i vf iiti ti 111;. . irtr. - .. 1 iin iiiuiuiuiiiitu mnn; oiiiwuiu in i'C0.W.KJ a j car, with a wife quite Srln.ee nn.lln.ln.trr. J petellt to SJ.c-nd It. -The tobacco crop of the Connecticut ... 10,i.i.d"i:n.t,. ij rjor,ei1 SreaU'r U,-Ul ani' 3 car I -A horse hcir-A ,wlt. , . - l.,,T itf. iion.onn f !,-...; ' -...; "S' arc-uust before they are gone. - ' w. - -1.... ...j TI...... ...1 , r t 1 .. imested in Utah lniiung ,!","" '""" '"-IV" ?V l"""1 M' llie- present season.' b . :leny before. tallias Ikii cities durin , f . . . ... - , . '. 1 7 a little cream. Season. wnoie interior win, s.noKe. -v nappy 3lUcelL-neou. i thought strikes you, you Liugh ind the To Clean lllack Cashmere: Wasll K-lon.l that is MiscliargW' fmn your in hot suds uith a little borax in thu mouth is like smoke belched from a can ! water: 'rine in bluinir water very blue 1 ",,n- lhcre lsionictuiiig uggetive of I .. i t ?, .,... w mi 1 .! ' mtjkiii It will look mtoMCitioii 111 all thu. 1 lie wate.- Uuo- I tiles 111 the cistern 01 the pipe; mo rose 1 leaves tumblo about and delight the and iron while damp, equal to new. A. lilt if .rliif. tlifsnlt'.iil in cii-nnf 't ... I,-,.. .r. . ...C3 . 1. ..... .,1... am.(... .1. it lis tllll .I'll-- t 111! ,11 ! riu c...i. .....- .1. .j... m f .. 1 .' reaiesi iiraw-nacK to one's sKimmeil mine anil water, will restore . "."; ",s- rir,"-"' .- r - n , .7 Ins rniUTl thira - out, uT ' " mi,m is sala '" h " ,,,L-"'r-v ' ' J ,oW ctal,e- Va a sponge and moisten ;e is enchanted with long; ..iraughts 01 .ri Co? iolLi.,,. r ".l . ! ' l A Western p.i.er remarks thatlhc J'tlioniughly ; press, rith Virm'inin jvctmi'JL'n": PU)--" V1,31 I-J Xm. Tmore tH' .h v,.r ",,rW uil1 - lo".k ul1011 5 a ' cloth and soft bAish, same as vou do j eeems aWTuiay iiihaustable. l-.CiWi.iM) more than she ever raiscl tliu f()(,(leralllI Velvets - r"lrinkingismoke," , the xArab call 1:. Si . , , .,,,,' I"neiswiet, and so is -ugar. but Whether to soak the clothes over It the only teju),tliey u-e to expre-s -1 he po-tal-car.1 agency at Holyoke, V,mctimes there Is a gooil ileal of gi it in night or not is a much-disputed qucs- i the act. And i.roy w hy should they not iiV"r" lawaJVTrtI"1 ''."llh"Mloth. "- n " liontli'housewies. Wre pure ciMflVf." hen.it hariecn trixlj.y fire, ants clunns October, whicn was the. wi.: ...., .. ,.. i...v.l. . ..t..j:. :. .1 ...i ' i11t.ir..1 U(n liatbofrtKe.. ehnle.1 m its l.n . , .n.l... 1 .. :. 1 i ' .ii'wiii ina.-- iiit-ii iioa..o 111 me- ' leni water can im iiao il is uuuuiicss .111 .; , ; : . ,. . IT- ,. ir l ' .world as work, excepting, of course, advantage, bnt to soak clothes in hard mice miiiioii. tiloMtiv.. Ttw.TM.itii.r ;.... .1.4. .1 r... 1. .T.. i.. ...:... .!..... ,. ..-.-.iii,t IU..UIIUI waiii.iuillMll iUIU naiCl SC19 UC SU111IS 1.I11IC .11.411 117- All iuiMirl.inL itnention in England h.15 Ik-cii announced that of preserving butter without -alt, in" ordinary kegs, tcii when freely exposed to the'air. It is expected that this, invention will com pletely destroy thu .-alt butter trade. r-yuite an uuexpeeted shijimi lit is anuouueed of 1UO.O0O jiouuds (,G0C bushels) of wheat from Arizona to j-iv-cqiool, England. Trom a land" hiving the reputation of being made up of rocks and desert, this announcement will be' decidedly startling. A, recently patented hog-scraping inachme is thought to have a poible capacity of removing the brisflcti from sleeping. When a man tries to Irorrow money fnm a friend, that is experimental j.hilosophy; when a friend refuses, 'that is natural philophy. Thirty "persons in a . small town in .Michigan wvro reeentlyojsone.l bcat nioies them, and river water, unless filtered when drawn off in quantities, as a rule, contains so much mud that it is flight through that writhing stem and slid at last through a h mdftil of glowing amber?" C. II'. SlwldanV JMtcr U San Frand-co Chronicle. Do a-ClcYUXblns htird on buttons. UutllanneLs should iug sausages. This comes from lca ing j not be passed through them, as they rub orass cuiar. on clogs. the wool up into little hard naps. When a new nancr narairrhiih onens ! Clothes should, if nossiblc.be dried in in Linguams as sett as the bo-om of love, i the sun ahd in the onen air. and " never not;iblv greet with a land brook, it is always safe to conclude i smile a rainy washing day." Hut when that the virtues of some patent medi- j Monday is rainy, it is n()t always con- cuic aie iiarnesseu on 10 me CUU. api 10 sireiiK uie ciuuua .m.-.. ... " .01 for -oar wlfc. shc J(lcs miny tnr Jon anv considerable time. W nnsers are a i.ai.'k rne.Vrf en.i ind memts. Her .rle blessed invention on the whole, although U iiercr lou. (ict from vour grocer a pk- ase 01 ifbi-i'jise.iiuiUT rMker ior. iei:iv BTeetBts. sj,,. (,1 iturn in. lulf ttic tiiar, sret ten per cenL more tmttrrj and of a color that sbc u ill tio jirnud of. The aluable look, "Hints to Hintcr-Makcrs," la given away tij all storekeeK;r. Xo v.c Fost-Oi ice. A? hlanil, Co.. Ohio. I J Jtar h,'lt:?. f 'BtTrruturfrocirJiacTCo.: ' ' OnVttHtiil'c attention was railed by o".r When a new -paper paragraph opens I Clothes should, if language as sett as the bosom of love, the sun ahd in the las sweet as the tinkle of awood-1 yet did housewife venient to postpone the weekly rash. W'JJ;fvf airla,5r. ftAuton, to yoar T ., . .. ' , j.i-i., Gilt-Ede Butter Maker, and wished me to III that case, sheets and any other large cuelta trIaL wc churncl one Ballon of requiriiiirlhe help of fio men. The new iiiijho pie ot 187'J-!-t)o)en c.n-oll Willi ?1 hl in,iti.inti tli.i Aec-ord- ha-n't Iwen nnalvzed vet. It look,t like jup 10 uie ciuuniiati vircrt w:usf leather nanugs, buttasU-MnoroJike to tried lllft Otln'T i! 1 in Pliii..i.r, li.m 1.. t. ;' . , .... .... ... ...voT, ...,....,,. sic.ns. u .nanuses 10 oecome -soen hogs of anotis sizes were passed terv popular. Hatclnc. Tlirousb hi 57 second-: and il all came' a in..--ip.iil h.u- i.n.c;nn. .1 i.i out clean as a whistle;" rorelcn Note. father's itccompli-liments, puts it thns: -.iiy lamer c-an no ainio-t aiy tiling; he's a-Notary l'ublic. anl an (apoth- -ulW'1' ".VsJ.iuc-e. insiiiarcd. tvary, ana canpuii teclli; and .lie s a in the hotel at Vienna was sold for iJjO. doctor, andean mend wagons and things, Of course the buyer was a Hriti-her. and play the fiddle; he's a jackass at all The man who cut the PrinceV'hair is trades." "- white pieces wmen are not to oe starcneii 1 cream accnnllnff to your illrcrtlons In your may be hung out in the rain, which jill.jttif taJiir.JJijntQn.JlltU tlwJollou Ing re bleach rather than,injure them. If pos-; '''. time of cf.un.ln; t che minutCN rro ., . , .1 ,, ' fdueed33xlb4 colvrirood and iuUty lar let- sible. hansr the smaller nieces in an 1111- f ,.j;.L'"..,i,i.ir,t 1 1, .p.. !.ie.i 'm.ii,m. Used room up stairs, w hen the rest may ly. Have "been cn-jascil in the dairy butl- usuallv be disposed of by hanging at , nessmoreor-iess tor tueiij iin years. ..-.. ' ... ..".V . . 1.. ....1. 9 !. ... . M.n.1 ,1.k l..mn tin.. nisht on lincstretched across the kfteh- ' AlsoUok,of the fame yramj tl.tc,c lima 11U 11U1I1 IliK PillllC HUIIV. inuimu. l" ,.-.- der, asrrdlrecti'ii., with the following re mit, time of churning twenty minutes, ttre rxrnndi. fjualltv inferior, short of what U re nuired in our -market. I would further ar. I made a second trial with about the same re en, wherq the heat of the fire will dry them before morning. Blankets ought never to be washed in rainy weather. ' Select abrightsumnierddyforthcwork, ahd let it be done and through with. I I Have two people to wrmg.'them, and I tail. ir-aijuui, 1. c r. ti. S. Valt AXAXX.