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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 24 July 1880

I :l ! m HOME, FARM AND GAKDES. Poor fences often make bad neigh bors. Quicklime is destructive to worms, slugs and tho larvoj of injurious in sects. The water used in mixing bread must bo tepid. If it is too hot tho loaves will bo full of holes. Sweet oil and a weak solution of lime-water make a soothing application for a burn or scald. A few pieces of horseradish root placed among pickles will prevent scum from gathering on the top of tho vin egar. Oxiovs. When tho tops lie down, the onions are ready to be harvested. Store iu a cool airy placo after being thoroughly dried in the sun. Fowls are very fond of milk and thrive well upon it. Sour milk will bring better returns in eggs than in any other way it can be fed. SuiU'UisE Cake. One egg, one cup of sugar (rounded), one-half cup of butter, one cup of sweet milk, one tea spoon saleratus, two teaspoons cream-of-tartar, two and a half cups of Hour, two teaspoons lemon extract. Pigs. A run in a good clover stubble will be beneficial....

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. — 24 July 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. JULY. SI. To the Editor of the Times. Your etaterr-ent in your issue of the 10th, of my case vs. Doly, dos me injustice, and Ltnce eo unfair that I feel constrained to notice jt. If jcu ill give this epace in jour coluDii.8 you will oblige ice very much." The wiit of replevin and sumtnocs to Doty tre taken out Saturday afternoon.acd the Deputy Sheriff instructed to make Btr tice that evening, Lut he neglected to do to until Sunday looming. The service eo made was of course held to be bai, and the cape dismissed at Sheriff's costs and not at 1'lain lifl's costs as jcu state. You also intimate that my cattle run at large, which is not a fact. The day en which Doty took them up they were either slipped, or were driven away from the herd. It U the opinion of the herder that they were driven away while he was at dincer. Lastly, ihey were taken up by Doty one and a half mile from his lands, or lands to which he had any claim whatever. Yours, ver...

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. — 31 July 1880

DODGE CITY T n u "H Jwiy VOL. Yn. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JULY 31, 1880. sse niturtJ. . W vpm JJJJJSiWJIistbiical L PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON &. COLBORN. M. W. 8CTWX. - F- C0U50RS. ATTOBWEITS AT LAW, dodge crrr. kax. Office In Tost once Building. HARRY E. GRYDEN. 1TTOBXEI AT 11W, DODGE CITV. KAS. Will rractioe in the State ana Federal Courts. W. F. MASON, PIirSICIAM 5D SCBGEOjr, DODGE CITY. KANSAS. Order roar be lelt at Frlngeri Drugstore. Residence eat end of Military aTenae. DR. A. II. HARRIS, PMYSICIAX AMD SCBCEOH. DODGE CITY, ICAS. Office adjoining Saddlery shop, opposite the Wright House. CESUXMML BARBER SH9P. LEMLEY & KOCH. Proprietors. Shaving. Shampooing and Hair Cuitting done in the latest lashlon. BRLSKMAN. BROS. Jfc WEBSTER.; I.U3IBEB DEALEBS, DODGK CITY, KAS. Yards south of Railroad track. T.L. McCAKTY.M.'lX Physician and Druggist, DEALER IX DBUGS, MEDICINES, Chemicals and perfumery, Toilet Goods, Brush' es, Sponges, Dje S'taffl, Paints, Oils. etc. HERMAN J. FRINGER...

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. — 31 July 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. J SlSSLsXTStVi i whom had Iho store of the place and Si ii"riii rru : Jioobfr ir, la wnt , . whose establishment was of earlier orig- , i in than that of his competitor. AVhen MCIIOLAS J). KLAIXE, - Euitob. t the latter armed on tho scene the first I man put tip a sign announcing bis place rERS05.ll. AXI) MTEIURY. AdTnnlnxe. f Ifeavy rialf. The soft bituminous coal used in Hie West is t-o de-tructie on all cat-lron mat the heavy plates in tl.e OltltTr.i: Oik CtxiK Stove will be appreciated by housekeepers a? well as dealers. This adt antae, lib ex cellent draft, quick and uniform baking, make the Cll tltTMt Oak the uot desirable ibne In the market. ' t I hsn n ss A Lwkuox publisher has managed to 1;ring out the Sew Testiment, with maps ami illustrations, so as to make money at two cents a copy. Tub two little Goojalo girls it is an nounced, do not intend to publish a book, this summer, but ever, tiling they write is "snapped up" by dhers m igazinus. 'J hey keep...

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. — 31 July 1880

ll I THE DODGE CITY TIMES. glBSCttlrTIOSi jiOrTrir, In lame. NICHOLAS B. KLAINE, - Edito. .1 BEL1C OF THE FOVRTIL 1 iikd a mothers plainliK voice " Where is my- flarlmj? ?-oa? JIv Charley n a I turn pearly ears, llut you have only one. My Ch irlfy hi I upon each han J A thumb and uwrers four: But jou h-uc ouly four in all. And thiy are I ljckene.1 o"er. -Mr CharlfJ hail a pair of eje. ilut one rm e rou, stmnire Lid; And Charley h i.l a pretty noe, I'm sure ou ne er had- Mytioyhad brows nhjae his eye And hair uiwm his head: Vrur faceis blade as -any hat, t His facii mis white ant red. " My Charley's clotho were ilew and clean, Allra!R and dirt arc yours; From head to lout you seem to be A rcflimnt of sores!" Then shrilly cried that wrecked boyu "lDn'tknowmcma? Isiy, I'i e hail the bos-eat, tmlllcst timo Of all my life to-day." She stoops her down In nirony; Thoujrh orely she's berett, fche hn a mothor's j earning still. And lliaus to what is left. ILxton TramcripL tho exact weight of...

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. — 31 July 1880

THE DODGE CITY TTMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. JULY SI. 6UBSCIU1T10N: aioOperycar, in advance W. . KLAIMK.KdltoraBdPnblUbrr. EiTTEBED ATTUnPOBTOrriCEATDODOE City, Kansas, as second-class Mail MATTER. We recognize the importance of the sheep business, and we tie Klsd to see the interest taken in this branch of stock raising. Kan cu ia faat becoming a sheep and cattle State, the cheep interest being largely increased within tbe past few years. We encourage that industry because we believe it the most practicable and profitable one for the man with small means. Kansas farms will be stocked with sheep from the large flocks ia Colorado, New Mexico and Texas; and in a few years tbe range in those States will be almost wholly taken up with ciltle. Sheep men who have been in those States several years tell us that Kansas grass produces the finest wool. They acknowledge this fact with the same candor as the cattle man in acknowledging Kansas to be tbe best State for growing cattle, while Texas ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 31 July 1880

v 8 LOCAL NEWS. TIME TABLE-A., T, fc S. F. B. B. UOUCG EAST. G0IXO WX8T. raisfDgtr..li:M A.M. I'assf n?cr. .3:55 a.h. l'aaMOgcr..lJSSr.H. I"asserjgtr..3:5 iw. "relght Mr,. Freight.... 1:3) r.x. 1'relgrit 7.1 A.M. Krtisbt.... 1:13 A M. New hay fells in Pueblo at $20 per ton. The country is quiet and the town is very peaceable. Don't let Tour cows eat creen rice corn. It will give them the colic Kev. O. W. Wright will preach in the new church next Sabbitb, morning and evening, Dr. C. E. Castle, dentist, will be in the city next Thursday, and remain four days, We have heard of no Telia cattle fever in this section this season. Stock has been closely herded. Cattle are charging bands Tery rast, many large sales being reported. Cattle are doing well and loakintF fine. Kinsley was a chece factory. The best location for one would be in tbe Graphic office. Cheese it. Start a soap fictory, The Arkansas rivr is "way np," and no mistake about the rife this time. She (or he as the Case may be) ...

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. — 31 July 1880

THE LITTLE HOUSEWIFE. Wr.called berilatic. Karly with I be lark Her merry i oico irave irrectln;; to tbe sun. For iearly 'dawn inust grow to frrewsoino dark Ilofore her round of duties should bo done. Her arer feet Scd through tbe house all day: Master and man watched for her little form. Who elc could hold such II rm and senile sway. Or iinll tho rialnr of each household floret? fiucl watched with guest tbe forco of that s eel reljm, Thewftiiniyimrof each tanirlod knot; None ever aked her care or lo e In vain, Orfclt himself nesjlectcd or forgot. " What ln-auty ha 1 she?" Wo could not have loM If one wi fair hadevcr liiedoroccn. For clincss or every form nod mold Wc thouzlit was worn ly our own house hold queen. i Our lit es were jru id edliy her ircntle power: Tbrouirh her rifibt seemed to IriuinpU over wronx; Her smile would brijrhtea o'en the darkest bour: Her Hwect "Good nljfht" was our bet even nff. MY ONE AUVCXTUllE. It occurred in Texas. We were traveling through the in teri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 31 July 1880

HOME, FARM A5D UARDEX Common' sulphur is the best remedy for vermin on fowls. Fatoieks may hire their hard work done, but they must always do their own hard thinking. Water is one of tho important ele ments, not only in rapid development of twef, but in the production of choice ijualitics. Indian Scet Puddixcj. One-half pound suet, chopped fine, one cup mo lasses, one pint milk, one eg, meal to make a very thin batter, one teaspoon ground cloves, one teaspoon ground cinnamon, one teaspoon salt, a little nutmeg, a few currants or chopped raisins. Boil or steam three hours. Sauce. Foiuieiely it was considered best to let grass stand until tho s.eed was full grown, before cutting, but of late years it ha? become almost the universal cus tom to cut when most of tho grass is in full bloom. The advantages claimed for early cutting are, first, better hay, which is more readily eaten by cattle; second, less injury to the grass roots; third, a better chance for a second crop. Is the wheat be...

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. — 31 July 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITl'. SAT UKIUY. JULY 8L The Acting Conitnimioner o the General Land Office rules as follows id a waller di rect concerning many residents: Tliere is no authoniy ot Iiw lor moving a cort.tr ol lLo public suivejs which can, in any way, be identified aa an original corner established by a U. S. deputy surveyor and approved by the Surveyor-General. All such corners mu.t stand, under the etslute ks the true corners they were intended to represent. Under the provi.lons of the act of Con gress approved February 11, 1805, the coune to be pursued in the sab-divirion uf sections is to ran etraigbt lines frcm the established quarter section corners U. S. surveys to the opposite corresponding cor ners, and the point uf intersection of the lines ao run will be the corner common to tte several quarter sections, or, in other words the legal center of the section. In the sub divi'ion of fractional quirter sections, where rio opposite corresp-jading coinera have been or...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 7 August 1880

DODGE CITY TIMEK VOL. VII. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, AUG. 7, 1880. NO. 12- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON &. COLBORN. M. W. SCTToX. E. F. COLBOIW. ATTOBSfEIH AT I.AW, DODGE CITT. KAX. Olflce in rot Office Bnildtn?. HARRY E. GRYDEN. ATTSBKET AT U, DODGE CITY, KAS. Will practice in the Stats and Federal Courts. W. F. MASON, PHMlClA! AJIO SCBCKOJf, DODGE CITV. KANSAS. Orders may be If It at Fringert Drugstore. Ilesidenee east end of Jllliury avenue. CEKTE.VlIAI. BABBEB SHOP. LEJILEY & KOCH. Proprietors. Shaving. Shampooinirand Hair CuittinjJ done In the latest fashion. BR1NKMAN. BROS. & WEBSTER. LVJIBEK DEALEB8, DODGE CITY. KAS. Yards south of Uallroad track. T.L. McOAKTY,M.D.' Physician aud Druggist, DEALER IS DKUGS, MEDIOXES, t Chemicals and perfumery. Toilet Goods, Brush es, Sponges, Dye Stuffs, Faints, Oils, etc. HERMAN J. FRINGER, DEALER IN Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals AND PERFUMERT Toilet Goods, Brushes, Sponges, Dye Stuffs Taints, Oils, Etc. DODGE CITY. KANSAS. GROCERIES, PROVI...

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. — 7 August 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. hi IrtCKIFTlOV : ?i 00 jwr Tr, In Idtincf . NICHOLAS It. KL.UNE, - Editoi:. AM- SOUTS. Dnr Lake, in Lake Countv. Oregon, about ttvclvu miles front 'Xulu Luke, wliich ha? only held .vater two or three time slnco tlic country has been occui 'io J Ijv white icon!c, iu.v a large lake. AttKNTIOS h called by a bt. l'cten The King of Greece is attracting great attention and winning much pop- . liintn nt lain In IN .,. n il lT.frl..Tul I UlillllJ ... ...... til 1HUVV .... . (." I by his debonair manners and real king lincss. lie is the brother of Alexandra, J and has the beauty and address of the family. His outer man is all that could be desired; hi figure is elegant and' 'manly, and full of activity; he has a, nobly shaped head, brown hair, a regn- I lar profile, and a sun-burned, healthy face. He has a sonorous voice, and speaks Kngliih like an Knglishiaan, I often writing and telegraphing in that i language to his brother-in-law, the , Prince of Wales. He has littl...

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. — 7 August 1880

THE DODGE CITT TIMES. SlBSCEimOX: $i tr I"f ' Hww. NICHOLAS B. KLAIXE, - Edito. uexry of xavarre uefore PARIS. FixTMATii currcnr. Down upon tie Measured town w It h fony itiousand men he rode: The tlel Is i re lure. tborail brown. The stun in rattle r ilntlj 1 iwcd- lint mniinertni; he-o hem-led wn A if t tni. I nnJ be'ls he rode Wh le fields werebire anil me ulows brown And Man In j cattle faintly lowed. And jut wlthiut the 'leaiuerod town Tai y pttehtd ililT tent al mir the road. Or In the Hi lls and mead s brown W here tar inir cattle fanttly lowed. Diy aftt r day they stormed the town; Hay arter day he Iau2blux rode At ro-s the Held and lna low brown w here stan In cittl-' family lowed. One dav from out the Mensnier d town There falteied forth alon;r the ro id. And by the !t 1 Is and mo ! s bniwn Where Stan imr catt'e faintly lowed, A wrttchclthronir. The 'lcniruercd towo Had cast aside its useless load. And lv the tli I Is an 1 meadows brown Where stan In cattle faintly lowed. ...

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. — 7 August 1880

Tp DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY, AUG. 7. fcl'lif'tltirolGN: $2 IJU jt year, in advance IV. H. KLAl.lL'.EdlliiraudPnblMer. ENTERED ATTIIEFoSTOFFICE AT 1)0 DOE Citt, Kaxsas, as second-class Mail MATTER. WOOL A2JD SHEEP. As the business of sheep and wool is now tngsgicg considerable attention, we publish the lollowirgfrom the Kentucky Lire Slock Record. Tbe great wool interest is just now in tbe United States in a very peculiar con ditisn. The largest shear ever made in the country in tbe one of this year. Prices were big'j in March and April. Then tbe mar ket were bare of wool, but tbe price bad been made by the purchases of the winter. A toon as the clip of thia year began to of fer, manufacturers ftood off, and would not buy, and now for two months or more, north nnd south, eat and weft, tbe buyers and Hellers bare differed so widely that but a small portion of the crop of the year, as compared with ordinary years, is marketed. Sellers hold ofl for higher than the oflered ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 7 August 1880

I LOCAL NEWS. TIME TABI.B-. uoixo EAST. l'assenge r..l&Vi A.. rasienger..li 55 P.M. Freight Taur.M. Freight T:W a.k T, S. F. a. R. GOIXO WEST. rassfn?er..3:3S a.m. 1'assriiger. 35 tm. Freight.... 1:30 p.m. Freight.... 1:15 am. Dodge City people ire happy. Persian insict powder will destroy fleas. R. E. Bice hts returned after a long ab sence in Pueblo. Opt. C. A. Morris and D. N. Ileiier were in the city Tueslay. The cold wave struck the coontrr gener ally, Wedceadsy last. Cbailes Batb Iisb purchased a magcificent carriage made in St. Jo3eph, Mo. Plowing for (all wheat and rye ia now the order among the farmers in Ford county. Iter. D. M. Jesaup will preach Sunday in the Union church, morning and evening. Thomas Leggttt has a stock ranch for sale in Comanche county. Sse advertisement. Fort Dodge pesttffice has been made a money-order office, commencing on Monday last. Dry and dusty in Missouri and Colorado, is the information we receive; but moist and lovely in Kansas. B. J. Har...

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. — 7 August 1880

Adienliircs iilth Alligators. A coltitKsl'ONDEvr of the New York Hun writes from Florida. I once visited Lake .Tcssup with Judge Kmmons, ol Jacksonville. Tlie Judge was a wonderful marksman, as full of fun as a magpie; but he was petting old and his oj c-sight was fail ing. One ilar we killed a monstcralliga toroa the edge of a marshy canebrake. Ho had splendid teeth, and the Judge wantei! to secure them as mementoes. Thn painter of the boat was tied to the reptile's leg, and we towed him across an arm of the lake to solid ground. A small ax was borrowed from the house "of a "cracker" near by, and we con cluded to decapitate the prize, btiil the head, and remove the teeth. The body w.is so large that we could not draw it upon the shore. Astakowas cut and pointed, and drhen through the jaws , menus (afterward 1 found th- skeleton of this , saurian, and knocked out its leet'i. T.10 savanna wa9 then covered with water a j foot deep. , Tale Care of the Fralt Trees. Fkuit w.u tolerated, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 7 August 1880

it HOME, FARM AXD UARDEX. Rats, mice and insects will avoid 3 place that has been sprinkled with chloride of lime. In dustinjr, use a soft cloth instead of a brush or wing; the cloth will catch all the dut, and jou can shake it from the window, while the others set it lloating again. Fkikii Ccccjiiiees. Pare, cut into lengthwise slices more than a quarter of an inch thick and lay half an hour in ico water. Wio each picco dry, hprinklo with pepper and salt and dredge with Hour. Fry to a light brown in butter. Lay on white paper and serve hot. Ari'LK Makmaiare. Do not peel your apples, but core and slice them as for a tart disuse hard apple, like rus-ct, or any apple tint does not misli in cooking; boil them very rapidly in simp, jti-t enough to cover them, until clear looking, and, if liked, add a few cloves or lemon peel. The American roti'try Journal says that the Bronze turkey is the most ire ful of all the breeds. It originated from tho wild and common domesti cated turkey, and f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 7 August 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. AUG. 7. THE l'AN HANDLE TRAILS. Mobeltie, Texas, July 23, 1SS0. At a meeting of a number of representa tive flock men cf tie Tan Handle, held at JloUt-tie on July 23. 1BS0, in answer to a prtvious call for tie pnrf ewe of considering niears of protection again! "Texas fever," and to consider ether rtcck interest', Judge E. Eutbs in the chair and James II. 1'arlcs, r-ecrttary, ll.e following action was taken: VltEnEAS, Great lois has resulted to oar section from the spread of Texas fever com munic&ted I y cattie di iven fiom r oinls sonth and eat of n, we therefore R.eolred, Thit it is important that said cattle 1 confined to cettiin definite lines of drive, and iliat to that end wc designate what is now known as the "Hath trail," a) it is now charged ncrlh of Red river, for the middle or dNtributing drive. The "trcst tem trail" pacing up Illacco canon, head of caccnTule, head of canencito Blanco, head of I'alaiiora, Ta'CCBa to Colorado...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 14 August 1880

V . iS S DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. VII. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, AUG. 14, 1880. NO. 13. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON &. C0L1S0RN. M. T. SCTTON-. E- F. COLTJOR-V. ATTORXRVH AT LAW. DODGE CITT. KAX. Office In rot Office Building. 1UKKYE. GRYDEN; ATTORNEY AT I.AW. DODGE CITY, KAS. Willprsctioe in the State and Federal Courts. W. V. MASOX, PIIVKICIA AD BBCEOJ(, DODGE C1TV. KANSAS. Orders mar be lelt at Fnnjrers Drug Store. ltcsldence east end of JliliUrr avenue. CEXTE.-lMIAX. BABBEB SHOP. LEMLEY & KOCU. Proprietors. Shavins. Shamiwoingand Hair Cuittlag done In thel-iteetushion. BIUXKMAX. BKOS. & WEBSTER. I.ITJ1BKB DEALERS. DODGE CITV. KAS. Yards south of Kailroad tract. . T. L. McOAETY, M. D. Physician and Druggist, DEALEUIX DUCGS, MEDICINES, Chemicals and lierfuraery, Toilet Goods, Brush es, Siongw, Die Stuffs. I'-iiats. Oils, etc. IEER3IAN J. FRINGER, DEALER IX Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals AND PERFUMERY Toilet Goods, Brushes, Sponges, Dye Stuff faints. Oils, Etc. DODGE C'TY. KAXSAS. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 14 August 1880

A Striking; Rc-emblancc. . We once told .1 story of two Shakers down l!at who to nearly resembled one another In certain characteristic-!. Hero Is another somen hat like unto it -a story of two brothers, ho were law yers, and practicing in thesime town which is certainly worth telling: A certain gcntlcmin requiring legal assistance hail been recommended to one of the two brothers, but had forgot ten the Christian name of him lie sought, so he called at the office of the one Grst found and asked for Jlr. I'odger. " That is my name, sir." "I'utllicra are two of you of that name here in town?" 'Yes." "Well. I wish to consult the Jlr. I'odger excuse me for the allusion w ho w ears a w ig." "We botli wear wigs, sir." " Well, the man I seek was divorced from his wife not long ao." "There ju hit us both again, sir." "The man to whom I was recom mended has recently been accused of forgeiy, though, I trust, unjustly." There wo are again, my dear sir. Wo h.no both had tliat gentle insinua tio...

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