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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 May 1880

Orchids. .. ..... i i.t .:.. --i ... i. wOitn.r Thprn is a snider the collection anu cuiutawuii " - w m ... -r M.U is a very modern and feminine orchid that w very curious, and others Son. but it is one so wonderfully, resembling flics, bees liza rds swans Fnrest nr and curious as to excuse etc. Another called the CaUtUum cvcnTle extravagant length to which it virulc, opens a beautiful capote, with h been carried by Knghsh and French bows and strings complete-just the Tries' Much W than a century ago thing for a fairy on a summer night. Dr Lindlcyintroduce.lustothoorel.i7l- The whole genus OUaKhtm affords in Sou-. pS.S-the latent, richest, and this respect a constant and curious toraaments with which our world pleasure from its remarkable met, rares " fi:.i, nhi,i. Lnmhmix nml masoueradtnirs. The is adorned, .now ihuh . "-- 1 ..,..- i. i i mated life taken by orchids are very I The lecturer described other forms of ' "BabjN PP' CtalngV-k Home ., offn.1 -tiniiq.l interest delusion. u...

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. — 1 May 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. MAY 1, SUIiSClillTIOX: 8100 jryer. In adrnc .t. B. KUUNC.Edlturnnil Publisher. EXTEKED ATTHeI'OBTOFFICEAtDODOE City, Kan-ia, as second-class Mail MATTER-! BELIEF FOR SETTLERS. The Washington correspondent of the Atchison Champion eajs: Mr. 3van has se emed the unanimous arsent of the House Fnblic Land committee to a bill for the re lief of settlers on public lands In Western Kansai who have euflered, or may sufler durinc the nreent Tear, from failure of iroiH. The bill will include all cf the Stale wert of the east lice of Birbour, I'ratt, Stafford, Barton, Rut-ell, Osborne and Smith counties. It will allow all homestead and pre-emption settle in the section de ocribed who lout their crops in 1879 from unavoidable circumstance, or who may do so the present year, to be abwnt from their claim; until October 1, 1ES0, without incur ring forfeiture, acd to have the time for Coal proof correspondingly extended. The regu lations aa to proof of Io...

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. — 1 May 1880

LOCAL NEWS. TIJII- TABIE-A., T. . F. B. B. ooi cast GOisawisr. I'MDgcr 12:55 F.M. Passenger.. SJO A.M. Itunitr U-iSx.-u. raaengex. 5.10 rji. treijht..... ;sr.. Freight.. ..113SA.X. 1 relent .... CSO A.M. Kretcht from east arrives t 6 r.. W. II. SWIGfcRT, Agent. Wichita complains of the exodus to Col crsdo. The White loif the best in the market at your grocer. A cattle raier from Wolf creek reports plenty of gr in that region. Ai-ril showers bring May flower. But tbe April showers are a long time coming. The Meade county settlers are much en counsel oyer the thunder storm of Wednes day morning. The Signet, by W. P. Peter, at Cimarron, Km., is new venture. Mr, Peter lately I ubviilcJ the New West. It is averted, on good authority, that trim' on the Rio Grande road will reach Lmiltille about July 1st. Heavy, destructive storms passed over Illinois and Indiana last week. The de structive storm seems to be general. The Arkansas river is a very limpid stream. The heavy snows in the mounta...

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. — 1 May 1880

A Country Spelling Match. I A coi!uksponiknt of tho Chicago ' Tnlunc writes from Southwestern Mis-1 souri;. I u cut by invitation, ouc night, to j attend an old-fashioned, spelling-match. , The TiuncU reformed orthography had not reached that .-eclion so far as , tieing adopted was concerned. "Wpb- stcr's 'Elementary" was, the standard, and the old-fashioned plan of standing 1 up'around the room was still in rogue. ' As often as a word was missed, the pu- jiil missing it took his scat, and the spelling proceeded, i lie aisirici uirnca out en masse, and the interest was ab sorbing. This was the opportunity af forded the old people of seeing tho prog ress of their children. They can all understand " tix.-Uio.' ": alid, as one idd fellow in homespun said to me: " They may talk about their algebra and all tuc hiirli and new-fangled studie-, hut, for my part, I am in lor the com mon things. -There is lotsof these fellers with college qdicationwho can't .spell worth a, continental. 1 hold...

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. — 1 May 1880

IF YOU ARK SICK. M""'"&UmTlhlk -CB"HMcuBGu..UftArtMr,)llrh. ITMaYIUTI YOU IMTK. A. W. Cik.IXIAUif t O fceclp J Sac, lfrtalnlnntorpr w-ns. Hare and Tblnir-i, with Mack ljoaniesUiL(Ift We I btudlp,t)unrfrtEt I erclsea and iTajer I Meeting Outline f InmductI in by J. ' U. Vincent. 11 1). van ? ! ?v-rr family. iVOUPtfTS "WAWTJaxj, fjLlLZLih W 0m 1 9 Catt!onefra, t7peTdajmad. 1 lGLIUCJ.OAGKcu,nmi. WE LOAN 0EY8?J32!?VSS& DruDeru. "or nartlenlara addra iKtuiitanm it. t Home it Power Association. 3u IN fttb sr SL Loal.Mo, i RrapoNviBTG I t oiv nrn nrar iGE.NT8WA.vrux ft 1 OIA TEH bCH I fatlll . Mli'ilZ, 1HH 10O W.FIflll at. VIM'l.invn,uniu Wh; In', jo. hut witli CuUa. Perch Pii., , SEE -WHAT PEOPLE WHO HAVE USED IT SAY. Holaton Salt and Plaster Co., Salt.llle. Va.i Feb. 20th, 1880. SAY: Itgivesuspleasuretostate that your paints have given the most perfect satisfaction. We painted two houses with CUTTA PERCHA PAINT, some two years ago, and are so well pleased with It that we shall us...

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. — 1 May 1880

LAKNED. tttp Ttrvnm? nrrv TTWRSLf AA-LU jjxjjj V,XJ-J- .a. From the Chronoscope. Spring lamba sow dot the prairies. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. MAY. CIMABEON, KAS. From the New West. Win. Love!ts, one of oor abeep mec, was in town this week. He report his sheep doing well, and that he bad not lost "one sheep" during the winter. He thinks this the beet sheep country in the world. Henry Beere. our mail carrier between Cimarron and Griimtll, receded the follow ing telegram Thursday: WauibrstoK, D. CJ, April 21, 1880. T. If. ReeTo: Carry two trips a week from Jfay let, from Cimarron to GrlnnelL A. H. Baows. This will be of great benefit to the people between the two points named. Heretofore we have had but cne mail etch way. We lears, although we cannot Touch for Its truthfulness that the A., T. A H. R rail road company an thinking of taking out a charter for the catting of a ditch for irrigat ing purposes from Garden City to Larned. By so doing the company would enhance the value of thousand...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 May 1880

v ,'C ? ( DODGE CITY TIMES VOL. VI. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, MAY 8, 1880. NO. 51- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON & C0L110RN. . W. SUTTOJf. - F- COlBOKf. AIiaBXEn AT UW, DODGK CITT. KAJf. Office In roat Office Building. HAURYE. GRYDEN. AIIOBIIET AT inr, dodge crrr, kas. frill practice in the Slate atd Federal Courts. GEO. A. KELLOGG. ATTBB9IEV AT U, DODGE CITY. KAS. Will practice in the several courts of the State. Office in Globe Building E: F. HARDESTY, ATTOBJfEV AT I.AW, DODGE CITT. KANSAS. Will practice in State and Federal Courts. Office eecond door west of rostoEce. W. F. MASON, PHYSICIAN ASTD BCKOEO!, DODGE CITY. KANSAS. Orders may be left at rringer's Drag Store. Beside nee east end or Military avenue. CEKTBHMIAI. BABBKB HOOP. LEMLEY&KOCH. Proprietors. Shaving. Shampooing and Uair Cuitting done in the latest fashion. liRLNKMAN. BROS. & WEBSTER. LC3IBER BBAL.KBS. DODGE CITY. KAS. Yards south of Railroad track. . T. L. McCAKTY, M. D. Physician and Druggist, DEALER IN DUUGS, ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 May 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. .. SCBdlirTIO,r: $200frYr&r, laAdrance. NICHOLAS 15. KLAINE, - Editob. Among llio MonuonUcs lu Manitoba. Some miles west of 1'erabiiia, on the British siJo of the boundary line, there 13 :i largo settlement of Uuvian Jlen nonites. About 7,000 lnvo come to Manitoba, whtru the Government has re.sen ej ."iOO.WO acres for thtir settle ments. It w.is a beautiful morning wnen we set out on a " prairie yacht," behind a pair of quick-stepping horses, to visit the Memionitc Keserve. Our road lay along the north bank of the I'embina Itiver, skirting the edgo of the limber, and occasionally cutting across a point of w oods hich ran out into the open prairie. Wc passed many thrifty looking farm, where the men were still working at the remnant of the harvest. At Smuggler's Point there was a log tavern, and we stopped for a little dinner. The landlord w as a frontiersman ho hid tried life in many territories. Wo asked him hethcr the Mennonite? were good settlers, and how...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 May 1880

"Home, Sweet Home" Evening Music at Sea. Fivtv years ago I was a midshipman in the United States Xavy: and I have memories ol the service, one of which I W I sailed from Xcw York on tho 4th of February, 1829, on tho sloop-of-war Hornet, a beautiful ship, which might have served as the original of tho low, rakish craft described by Cooper in "The Pirate." I was detached from her on the 4th of July of that year, and ixty-cight days afterward she went .... ithe r.( nt Mexico, with all on board, and no vestige of her was ever afterward seen by mortal eyes. On one of the delicious afternoons of February peculiar to tropical clinics, as the sun was nearing the western hori zon, the Hornet lav becalmed on the south side of Cuba. The sea was un- ..i. enmnth. imnnrtin' harillv sufficient motion to the ship to disturb the sails as they hung loose against uiu masts. I had not beforo so fully real ized the mirror-like sheen of tho un rippletl bosom of the sea; but now it came homo to me, and I ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 May 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DOJXJE CITY. SATUKDAY, MAY 8, SUBSCIUrTION: ts CO per year, in advance If. B. KLAIJVK. Editor and PnblUhcr. KSTEEED ATTHEPobTOFFICEAtDoDOE CITY, KANSAS, A3 SECOMMXASS ilAIL HATTEB. MILITARY ULOBY. The Atchison Champion recite! the hard ships of a military squad across the "Staked l'laim.-" The Ottawa Republican, of a recent date, publishes a private letter irom Lieut. Calvin Esterly, U. &. An describing a recent chase Ijy himel acd a command of thirteen men alter Apaches in New Mexico. In the course of the trip the party made a march across the "Staked Plain," ninety miles without water and under a hot bud'. Men and hone suffered terribly, and the men's tongues became as hard as pasle-board. The mention of Lieut. Esterlr, recalls the night he ait up with us in a Kao3is newspaper office wailing with the greatest anxiety to know the verdict of the hoard before which he had that day appeared for examination. He was then a fresh faced, singularly peace able loo...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 May 1880

: i 3- LOCAL NEW8. maiE riBLE-i., t. oocra mi. Passenger. .11X3 r .X. l'aesmgtr.. 10.-25 a.x. Freight TdOr-.tf. Frelnht 6.-00 u. Freight from rut arrives at C r.w. W. H. SWIGEBT, Agent. , S. F. .. OODtO nn. Petngtt..3a.M. rassenger. 3:10 tm. Freight.. ..11:0 a.m. There wis a heavy rain at Lakin on Tuesdsy last. Db.A. H. Hassis baa been appointed Notary Public. Setsxax printer tourist hare passed -west this week. Tin White Loaf the beat in the market at your grocer?. Cattle are doing well generally in this region of country. These is sufficient grass immediately 800th lor hone grazing. Mb. Wiujash is in the aty, and expects his herd of 1,700 horses to arrive daily. Bxsh along the mountain snows we are anxious for one of the floods we read about. James Beveblt ha returned from the round-ups on Kiowa. He says grass is fair in that region. R. E. Rice hss removed his saddlery and harness shop to XI. Collar's building, oppo ite the Wright House. Gait. Remikotos, of Fort Garland, acci dent...

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. — 8 May 1880

A I hid Picture M tlit; DUlress In Ireland. Vfi. f !ifii. IT lit I'll rutTii Pliiirmiii im..wi w....... ...... ..v....... ...... of the committeo for the distribution of the Now York Jkrall rtliif fund in Ire land, reports (is follows : Von cau judge of Ihe work which lias been done by our committee, and of its urgent neco", when I tell you that 1,000 liulo onos who were fed at tli be ginning of last week had grown into more than S.WX) by Saturday, and will bo increased to 11.000 in the course of three or four days. Very many school had become almost empty, because tne children wero so constantly hungry and wi nearly naked that attendance was an , ininoibility. One entreating letter j says thit many of the children attend ing tne Jiiuiown i-ciioois in uaiivay aru in a most pitiable Mate, being almost without clothing to cover their naked ness, while their faces and shivering bodies tell a story of suffering from cold and exposure. The stoutest heart would bo mated to pity at the sig...

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. — 8 May 1880

I IF YOU ARa!CIC,'.wittrf.mp,tt.D".A.w. CAata Uiiicib Co.. Asa Arbor, Mich. IT MAT BATE YnUB LUL A, W. Cmu, M. A lAattor f CUn'i RclpJ Sub TAPE WORM I5FAIJJULY CTJHED with to im f medicine la lur 3 hours. For particulars address .with stamp, to U. fcJChHOUN. No. 4 M-Mark's mce, cw iorfc. DKEIVHXIXI PI o' Co r for Consump tion b Also the test cough med lclne. Dot snail, botllo arc. Sold everywhere. Jttc, ndi.oa. WarrAUtM to tat hnyers. wEfcnirmiTm GRAEFENBERG VEQETADLB Mildest erer known, curt MALARIAL DISEASES. HEADACHE, BILIOUS NESS, INDICEST10N an. FEVERS. The PILllS Tone uo the system and restore health to wa suncnng irom General oeDUil nervousness. Sold by all DniFjnsts. ieral debility and SB Cents nor Box. The Famous Seltzer Spring of Ger many in Every American Home' ! TABHANT'S SELTZER APEBIENT, Based upon ft scientific snMy ds of this celebrated Oer SDAn Spring. Is Us concentrated duplicate, with thirty to forty sparLUcs doses In each bottle. Sold by Drug Clsts the orld orcr....

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. — 8 May 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. MAY 8. CIMARRON, KAS. He New West has timely article on the eabject cf irrigation. The plan of irrigation ia feasible, and the enterprise is being talked of freely, a company hating already been organiied for the purpose of raiaing means to com tract an irrigating canal. We make the following extract: We know of no country where jut enough of rain can be depended npon with certain' ty; (one seasons there ia not enoogb, others too much, and often the rain comes when the farmer jrreatly needs the time to plant his crop, and olttn in harvest lime a suc cession of raina damage the crops to such an extent that what remains marketable is all swallowed up in the coat of production; and in numerous cases the entire crop is rendered valueless aa a merchantable article. The Arkansas river furnishes water suffic ient to Irrigate an immense area of land. At the time of year when water is needed for crop;, there is an abundance of it in the river; duri...

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. — 15 May 1880

'. u a r y. DODGE CITY TIMES. f VOX. YI. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, MAY 15, 1880. NO. 52. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON & COLUORN. U. W. SCTTOX. E. F. COLBOUX. ATieBKin AT LAW. dodge crrr. kan. OfBee in fust Office Building. HARRY E. GRYDEN. iiiaux AT LAW. DODGE CITY. KAS. Will rractioe In the Stale and Federal Courts. E. F. HARDESTY, ATTOWKV AT LAW, DODGE CITV. KANSAS. Will PTee in SUte and Federal Courts, pace second door wrtl of PostoBce. W. F. MASON, PHSS1C1AIV AWB BBOBOfT DODGE crrv. KAXSAS. Order, mmr be lett at Frlnger-a Drugstore. Residence east end of Military avenue. DB. A. n. HARRIS. PHIUCMN AHB STJaMJl. DODGE CITT. KAS. Office adjoining Saddlery shop, opposite the Wright House. CKMTBNAIAL BiBBBB SHBF. LEMLEY&KOCH. Proprietors. Sharing. 8tamrologJ"'';oCo"ti,'S''ne,n the latest fashion. BR1NKMAN. BROS. & WEBSTER. LV3IBEB BIAtKBi. DODGE CITY. KAS. Yards aouth of lUllrosd tract. T. L. McOABTY, M. D. Physician and Druggist, DEALER IX DMJGS, MEDICMES. Chemlcala and perfumery...

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. — 15 May 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES.' fellNCKirTIOVi $200 tr War, la jMranee. - ' ' - NICHOLAS I!. KLAIKC, - A Plucky Elopement. .....,.......,.... v... j.j uvi-umjiu.iuuis over the and in I Tlic WoM Old Pelicans in the Deck. I One of the mo't remarkable tilings A Substitute for Potatoes. Great ii. It Is creat news indeed that tfaere is at lat ,. .. ,, . ioi-.ii,. an-meay tamersffaie.NerTinc) wntcn will Uhen the potato rot of 18 o threat- J. , . ,.,,.. ...,, .'. .,,' noticeable in social life is the unanimity ened the extermination of the potato, a ' gieep without injury to the system. The dis with which people shako their relatives. general search was made for some edible , con rcr of this remedy is considered the most Editob. , Keccntly a gentleman armed in Carson tuber or root that would serve as a sub- j '"" nerve uocior mme worm. , will, a letter of introduction to one of stitutc, and among those proposed was Lnen Starch and our leading citizens from the citizen's J the Chinese yam, which had...

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. — 15 May 1880

FOREIGN GOSSIP. Lord Roseiieuv, in addition to pay in" Mr. Gladstone's expenses, whatever they may be, for Midlothian, contribut ed 25,000 toward the election for Southwark of Mr. Cohen, a very able Hebrew barrister, who is a relative of Lady llosebery. Twenty-seven lawsuits are to be brought against the French Government by the Jesuits, in the name of the twenty-seven establishments which they pos sess in Franco ; and each of the directors of the educational houses kept by the Jesuits will address a protest to the Su perior Council of Public Instruction. General Stoler recently had a nar row escape from assassination at Kieff. He was walking along a street when he felt something cold touch his cheek. He turned suddenly and saw a man armed with a revolver standing by his side, who at once hurried away, exclaiming: "Ex cuse me; I have mado a mistake." Prince UuDOLi-H, of Austria, will probably make a wise and liberal Em peror. He has many high gift3; he is a sharp and quick observer,...

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. — 15 May 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. MAY 15. SUBSCEIITION: tioojwryear. In advance If. B. KLAIME, Editor nnd PablUber. EXTEKZD ATTHEPoSTOFFICEAT DoDOE City, Kansas, as becoxi-cla3 Mail MATTER." A REMEDY FOR THE DROUTH. The Sterling Gazette proposes a plan which seems ramble, practicable and inex pensive. It says: There ii abundance of water at a short dislance below the surface. The wind is willing to work for nothing and to raie to (be fiarface an unlimited amount of it. It remaina for the ingenuity and skill of man lo harness the wind to the work and to ap ply the water judicious to the toil. Some fay this will be impracticable and expen sive. Expensive it may be, but it is not impracticable. In Holland the; hare emp tied likes and even a sea in order to culti vate the roil at their bottom. Constant vigil ance is necessary to keep the water out; vet all is done at a profit. 1am expensive will it be to irrigate the plains of Kansas, thin to dry the lakes and seas of Holland....

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 May 1880

'ft LOCAL NEWS. TISE TABLE-Jl., T. & S. F. a? S. (.OINQ lilt. rassnger..l2:5.'S r.M. I'assenger. 10-.BA.X Fretelit Tsor.x f.rtTVfl TttT- rn85n;cr..3.MA.u, l'assenger. 5 10 rjf. trcight....II:i3A.jf. irViRht from cast arrives at C r.u " "AND fleeto the mountains of Hepudain." Ask jour grocer for tbe White Loaf Flour the bts in the mantel. A fine shower of rain fell at Off rle, on theea't edje of Ford County, Thursday noon. A heavy rain from latin west to within 50 miles of Puiblo en Wednesday. Tiie South Wtstern Kansas Irrigation Company are waiting for a rise in the Ar kansaw. There was another rain in IhJ vicinity Wedce-day .slight, South and South - west. In Djdge only a spiinkle. The boys are making fishing profitable, while the Arkansas is dry. In the pools they catch tome fine fih. Tkomikest stock raisers speak encour agingly of the cattle drive to this point. The greater part of the drive will be young cattle. Beer sells at five cents per glass in Hays Citv. The Sentinel m...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 May 1880

Stories About Kiiiiiii-nt 1'arrots. It soon sank under the ill-treaUnent. that lie dropped the knocker, and pulled The Sword in Japan. The Justice of man made no rcinon- furiously at the house bell; but this Altiiol'M! .tones arc common con- strance, but a gray parrot, which lived called forth from the gray parrot the ! The sword has always beenconsid- ccrnin" the a"acitr of some of llin "n uie house ol a rope-maKcr, opposite words, "uo to tne gate." " 10 me ereu tne uaugo 01 penile couuiuon in is. t. r n i.i f Ahn tnni- iinn i,hk non i r.iiii iiia niinniinnt wtin en it I n in nn i inj -it iirnnrrn ninf rrn lower animals, one is harilly propared , '" "'r . . ' . l . , B j-i'i"-"'"-'- "", "j'- ...w ... --".----"- for the tale that comes from the Mock- ' se" tne chastisement of the unnatural none and imagined some one wa3 ban- i nected with the wearing of both the holm MnVwrt of a trial in the court of molner ' continually repeated the ' tering him. ' What gate?" asked he, ' long and ...

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