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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 18 September 1880

JxL THE DODGE CITY TIMES. m StBSCBIPTIOX: $i 00 per Tear, U Urine. NICHOLAS B. KLAINE, - Eurros. FAME AND DUTY. Wn T shall I do, lot life in silence paw?" - And Kit do. And ncier pmmpt tho bray of noisy brass. What need st thou rue? Ilcmcinbe-. aye. too ocean deeps ore mute: The billows itur: . . , .. Worth is the oiean-famo Is but the bruit Alone the shore." What shall I do to bo forei er known?" "Thv duty ever." " This did full many ho yet slept unknown. oh, never. ncerl Thlak'stthou perchance that they remain unknown Whom th"u know'st not? lly anrel tropins in Heaven their praise Is Mown . .. Divine their lot." " What shall I do to (rain eternal lire?" "IHchlrro aright The simple duties with which each day Is Vca. with thy mljrht. Ere perfect scene of action thou devise Will lifo bo lied. Whi'.e he wbierer acts as conc ence cries Shall live, thousrh dead." From Schukr, b-j Ar'Jiw ltuvh Cknkjh. m m THE BABY'S FTJXEKAL. llrnrK, aa Casket, aad FInwera Te 17d dertaker'a IMory Auf AVI...

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. — 18 September 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. SEPT. 18. SUJSSCBIITION: 2 90 per year, in advance Tt.tt. K1.AINK. Editor nndPnbllalier. E&teked attiiePostofficeat Dodoe City, Kansas, as eecoxtmxaes Hail MATIZK. 'FRAUD IN THIS AID BUSINESS." Noting anil observing the crops on the frontier, and becoming familiar with the condition of things "out here," tome of the leading men and newspapers in the eastern part of the State have changed their opin ions regarding the aid bueiners, and give expressions contained in the caption of this article. A short time ago the TopeVa Capi tal skillfully manipulated the aid cry, but since St. John's nomination it has become informed, and cow it is conducted with a different tone on the aid question. We hare do doubt of the truth of the following from its issue of Monday: ''George W. Martin returned Sunday from a tour through Rtwlins, Norton, Decatur and Sheridan counties, where he has been accompanying Hon. John A. Anderson, who addres&ed the peo...

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. — 18 September 1880

..M J '- LOCAL NEWS. VISE TABK.B-A., T. AS. V. ft,B. OOIXO EAST. OOIXO WXST. rasscnger..l2J a.m. Passenger. .3.-5J a.x. Passenger..li 65 p.m. rs.enger..3tf3 rjc. Freight lOOr.x. Freight.... ldor.v. Freigtt MO Aof Freight.... 1:Uaii. The weather is warm again. "Consider what Lee and Jackson would do were tbey alive." Ode to Caldwell and Hannewell; "All's well that ends well." Several dogs have disappeared. Has the extermination commenced? Conciderable wheat will be planted in the western pirt of Ford county. J. D. Smith, a prominent etockman, is in the city, having returned from San Antonio, He saya things are flourishing in Texas. D. M. Frost is becoming known as great philanthropist. Fame is secured by deeds not words. Frost is climbing the lofty stair. There are teveral candidates for the Leg islature in Ford county. One candidate ex pects to ride in on a car load of aid supplies. S'rnal Officer Everly has discovered. lied bug exterminator; and now he wants a flea extinguisher. Ho...

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. — 18 September 1880

I'EKSOXAL ASH XITERAKT. , Hew to Ascertain the Weight of Lire Cattle by Measurement. Two volumes of noenis " Ulti- raatbule," by I-onrfellow. and "The SzK that the animal stands square; Iron Gite," by Dr. Holmes, will be out tj,en e his circumference just behind in October. U,e shoulder-blade this is the girth. AiiELAinr. Keilsov frequently com-. Then measure from the bone of the tail plained of a pin at the heart after play- 'which plumbs the hinder part of the in Juliet, ller physicians advised her buttock, and direct the string along the not to play the part night after night. back to the forepart of the shoulder- The new popularity of Henry James, i blade ; this will be the length. Then Jr., in Ktiglaud. has raised an interest work the figures thus: Suppose the in tho father, who, not manyyeara ago, girth of a bullock six feet four inches, was somewhat famous as a writer on , length five feet three inches, which mul thi'ological subjects. I tiplied together make thirty-three squ...

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. — 18 September 1880

HOME, FARM AXD GARDEN. Campuou placed in drawers or trunks will prevent mice from doing them any injury. Mavt farmers of experience have said that if timber be cut in the latter part of Aniist or first of September, the worms will not bother it. Diiive two largo nails through two f pools, as far apart ai j our broom-handle is thick, and hang "your broom on. bruh up, to keep it straight. Avoid if possible an etclnsive diet of whole corn forpoultry; it may put on fat, but it is not as good for1 eggs. Let corn bu fed as only one among other grains. All tools, going out of use for th season, should be put away in a whole and bright condition. Teach the boys the habit of cleaning shovels, hoes and cultivator-teeth. IUkf.d Cl'stakii. Beat separately the whites and yelks of three eggs, add them to a pint of milk with alittlo salt, sugar, nutmeg and vanilla to taste. Set the dish or cups in :i pan of hot water in the oven and bake twenty or twenty live minutes. Casakiks. The parasites which...

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. — 18 September 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATUKDAY. SEPT. 18. THE INDIANS RAISING STOCK. The Cheyenne Transporter, published st Dailirgton, I. T., contains the following in teresting article: "Tie Indians are fart coming to see the importance of stock rais ing ax an industry, and many of them have already laid the foundation for good herds. Certainly this country is better adapted to flock raiting than to anything else, and the Indian i in bit natural element more nearly when taking cue of Heck than in any other civilized pursuit. With a country and t peo ple peculiarly adapted to the business, we see many good reasons for thinking that this will one day be an important stock district; and the Indian, civilized by the labor neces sary in the care cf lis stcck, will no longer be the cation's ward, but an independent, self-supporting citizen. As remarked above, a Lumber of herds bare btea commenced, and, considering the newness of the buti nets, the defeciirenera of the corrals, and the India...

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. — 25 September 1880

y - i DODGE CITY TIMES, ( VOL. VE. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, SEPT. 25, 1880. NO. 19- ' ' PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON & COLBORN. at. W. BUTTON. K. F. COLBORN. ATTOBNBTM AT liW, DODGE CITT. KAJf. Offlce In Post Office Building. HARRY E. GRYDEN. A1IB5EV AT UW, DODGE CITY, KAS. Will practloe in the SUte and Federal Courts. W. F. MASON, PHYSICIAN AJTB MJBOEO!, DODGE CITY. KANSAS. Orders mar be Ielt at Fringer" Drug Store. Kesiileuce east end of Military avenue. CEMTENMIAI. BABBEB JBSP. HENRY KOCH. Proprietor. Sharing, Shampooing and Hair Cultllng done In tbe latest loshion. BRINKMAN. BROS. &. WEBSTER. LTJJIBKB OBlLEBi, DODGE CITY, KAS. Tards south of Railroad track. T. L. McCAETY, M. D. Physician and Druggist, DEALEB IX DBUGS, MEDICINES, Chemicals and perfumery. Toilet Goods, Brush es, Sponges, Dye Stuffs, Paints, Oils, etc. HERMAN J. FRINGER, DEALER IN Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals AND PERFUMERY Toilet Goods, Brushes, Sponges, Dye Stuffs Faints, Oils, Etc. DODGE CITY. KANSAS. GROCERIES, ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 25 September 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SlT..CC?rrinX: iOOpTrT7In"l.lncr. NICHOLAS B. KLAINb, - Editou. AMID TUE GRASSES! Coxz! lire In Innocence, again. Sweet sou! of mine: Ahd weave once more the tender daisy-chain. And ringlets otthe dandelion fine! Come, sing and enon and chant. Here lurks no aehing want Of l'at or l'recnt: Here honcy-blnd is found. And creeping-ocr tho ground Mellow sunbeams pleasant! ' Cornel live In tender joys and sweet embraces Of bird-notes dropping hlthor. All In the golden autumn woatbcr.- A1I In iurncs and gray loaves together. And sec how eyes shlno out from fair young faces - , , , In gcntLitrs blue, that catch the thistle s feather: Vme, breathe and llvel For fcert grow awoet all gracious things to give. v Here njddoth fine My Half Columbine: Jacket awl Ilree bea, s ome.do pall her. Oh. naughty name: :bo Is my Lady Coinm- binel , , May no 111 frost or plucking hand liefall her! Oh, hither conic and hldo! Herein the rues nestle, nestlo deep with mel . Here with my boun...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 25 September 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SIBSCHIPTIOX : $ OO jr Vtar, In Adranee. VICHOIiAS B. KLAIXE, - Editob. A UALL-nOOil IDYL. Snr. dropped thl r.sebud half an hour asro, H'bllc irlicllnsr through that witchiwr waltz of ttrans-; I paved it from destruction dire, liolow The ponderous feet of l'iillips ami his spoue. Toll me, sweet roe. 1-eforo your petals fait. Does my love know I love her best of all? Another waltz. And, a I feared, airain That chattering noodle. Ilrl. her ri-n-ru. He's rich, though r.Hher passe: and It's plain lleloes hfr; that th-ery blind could see. How praclouMy she listens to his drawl I An, can she know 1 love her best ot alt? I never told her how her w!nomo face Comes to my thoughts unbld, the whole day through; I never asked hr if thcro Is a place In her younjr heart wbcro I'm remembered, too. Vet. watching her, I lean airalnst the wall. And till my soul 1 lo o her best of-alL Nowhalts the music for a little pace: AndiKtated. pee, he irathers daintily Her gown's irav fold...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 25 September 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. KEPT. 23. tUnSCUimON: ajooperyesr. In advance ti. ft. KLAINE.BdllornnIPuhlliihr. Kktebed atthePobtufficeat Doixje City, Kansas, ab second-glass Mail MATTER. PKAIKIE FIRES. The season is at Land when prairie fires Lexeme frequent, and the time has arrived when precaution is necessary. The New City Times elves tLe plan adopted in Ness county for the prevention of fires, which we believe will he an effectual one. Settlers know how important it is to prevent fires, Itt alone the damage to property likely to iniut; and a simple method like the follow ing may lie worthy of adoption by them: The Hackberry settlement in Johnson township has an organization for the pre vention of prairie fire, which we consider a model of its kind, and strongly commend it to settlers throughout the county. It has been organized OTer a year, and proves to be very effective for securing Ute object of its formation exemption from prairie fire. Last fall and winter whe...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 25 September 1880

I LOCAL NEWS. tIHe"ta"bi-k-aTt. S. . B. B. uoixa rasT. coiMi win. rasengir..l23 A.K. Passenger JS5A.X. IMs-enger. U 5S r.K. Passenger. 3:03 rjt. Freight 70 aoi. treitbt 1:13 am. There is a scarcity of hands for all kinds of labeling work. A large number of cattle are being ship. ptd from this point. S. E. William, the well known shepherd, is in the city this week. JVge Weston, a Montana sheep grower, has returned to his tome. R. 51. Wright ami John Ormand have re turn;d from their trip south. Dr. Eastman has left r-peareville for his old home in the East. J. IT. Overhuls, son-in-law o! Mr. Slarsb. was a loser in ihe Ls Vegis fire. The Ucr-e show was poorly attended. This city u not a "country town " E. A. Dexter has gone to Las Vegas, and expects to remain until spring. A supjerwi'l be given to the children of the Union Sabbath School next Wednesday at the Uoion church. A car load of bucks, 99 in number, were unloaded here Wednesday. Tne bucks were shipped from Ohio for I'uiblo. Dr....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 25 September 1880

-The women aro steadily corainc to the front. Here is Dr. Alice Itennett in uioirum. nere it ur. jnce ienneu in .."?. :.b. i. .1 ",7 fuUchar-oof the women', department J 'Sv.St.fc KhJ, in the Eastern rcnnylvania Hospital; Liver Cure, pronounce It the best d: DlTtdrori-l-njIx. The following is founl in the column of Tar- ftlner And . rronounre It the bet riiTMpnil Dr. JIary Cleats, Superintendent of pajin; (In health and happiness) property uio women's department ot tlie Harris- mejuTiirnanuieu." burg Asylum; Dr. Jennie McCowan, I Fun an Mmire. Assistant l'hysician in the Mount Pleas- j Every one of the more than 400,000 Ciur. ant (Iowa) llo.spit.-il; Dr. Julia Carey, teii Oak Stove now In the hand of at Assistant Physician in the Danvers many hnuUiier hae proied eminently (Massachusetts) Hospital; Dr. Eliza Phelps, at the new Iowa Asylum; Dr. Helen Itissell. at Kalamazoo, Mich., and Dr. Kmma ltandall, at Pontiac, Mich. Wmion's Fever and Acue Tonic, the Thee ladies, we believe, are a...

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. — 25 September 1880

1I03IE, FARM AND (JAKDEN. Ik a fanner expects to make money by his business lie must seo how it is himself. To Peel Peaches Dip them a minute in hot water, then in cool, and the skin peels off readily. Citccmbeus, if sliced into cold water, will be made crisp and brittle, even if not perfectly fresh. A"iiuooDir hex," shut up three days without food or water, will, it is said, emerge so "run mad hungry" as to banish all thought of her former In tentions. Good feed and cood care have made all our iniprmed breeds of domestic animals what they are. Proper selec tion in breeding has no doubt laid tho foundation for all improvements, but had not this been followed up and sus tained bv the best o( care the breeding would have amounted to nothing. Greek Tomato Pickles. One peck of green tomatoes, one cupful of sugar, one tablespoonful of cinnamon, one of cloves, ono of allspice, and one of white mustard seed, all ground. Lay the tomatoes, sliced, with a little salt between tho layers, over ...

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. — 25 September 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. SEIT. K. Cuttle, ebeep acI bogs are the products for tie larmer. Hie Walnut City Blade sija: Tlieic is scarcely a question that a great change ia to take place ia the mode of fanning in the wetern countim of Kansas. We fee and heir of men ever day who are intending to buy cattle and aheep, and who are preparing to fence in as many acres as j.oibl. With a variety of interest rep resented, firming in this country will not fail, but a grand success awaits every farm er. Every one hope and believes we have passed through the worst, and that the years to follow will be prosperous. It will never pay to raisK grain to tell. Itut it will curt ly pay to rai it to feed cattle, sheep and hoz. The Barbour County Index sjys "Parties who own cattle in that neuhborhcoJ are be coming periouly alarmed on account of so inany cattle djing from some unknown din case. Of late several fine milch cows be longing t3 parties in town have died, and the owners hsve ...

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 October 1880

SfcL - --. DODGE CITY TIMES. vol. yn. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, OCT. 2, 1880. NO. 20- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON &. COLUOKN. M. W. SCTTON. E. F. COU10RX. ATTORNEYS) AT LAW, DODGE CITT. KA3C. Office In Toit Office Building. HAKRY E. GRYDEN, ATTORNEY AT LAW, DODGE CITV. KAS. Villi.ractioe In the State and Federal Courts. w. V. MASON, PIIYNICIAN AND SURGEON, DODGE CITV. KAXAS. Orders mar be. Jelt at Krinjrer'a Drug: Store. Residence east end of Military avenue. CEATK.I.Mil' BiRBEB SHOP. HENRY KOCH. Proprietor. Sharing, Shamioin;r anil Hair Cuitting done In the Uust fashion. BRIXKMAN. BROS. & WEBSTER, LUJIBEK DBALEIIS, DODGE CITY. KAS. Yards south of Railroad track. T. L. McOAKTY, M. D. Physician and Druggist, DEALER IX DRUGS, MEDICINES, Chemicals and irraroery. Toilet Goods, Brush es, Sponges, Dye Stud, Paints, Oils, etc. DODGE HOUSE Price $2 Per Day. FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT AND FOR TRAKSIENT CUSTOM EXCLUSIVELY. First Class Livery, Feed and SALE STABLE IS CONNECTION with this ho...

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. — 2 October 1880

THE DODGEGITY TIMES. fclllsTKimoV : (1 00 i-r I,,r, III AdTiart. NICHOLAS II. KLAIX5, - Editor. A MAIVEX'S MESSAGE. O wcrs that wandf rest o'er hill. and dale, and sea, liiow niunil tbohorao whtre he sleeps itcaco- fully. And lirralbc upon his bruw a lu injj kiss from nic. O jrolden maldtn moon," so calm, anil pure, uiiil bright, hbed nund arid o'er htm tby soft, tcnler .treamsof Ihrht; Toll him how well I line him tell him soto- JllftU Of tars, all fill err urtfrht, sit on tlut deep, rtlll lilui-. Mar that are a'alrtilar-o'tT' lis both tho Ion? utjtht through. TcUhlm m loie fur him is pure like you and true O grt at. irran-1, noT-whIte cloud, slow-drift- lnirit't rtbe sky, Tbartohislieatt n message as j e pas him by, 'J til him my loo uuM teach him how to do or die. O irrcat, wide tea, on which the nurnt-wlnds llow, Fine in bis ears thy music calm ami flow, Mnirto his hiart I loie blm, slug it sott an J low, f) tlnv. lsuirhlnirriple,lanclniroti thehore. O inijfhty ocean wa is, tbun...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 October 1880

THE "JH&GrE blTY TfflM; SIBSCBIPTIOT: $2MprrTff UlTrt.lM m NICHOLAS B. KLAINE, - Editor. EVERMORE. TllET whom wc laved nml lntf o lonjr W livell in tliojM cltle", fur from 310171 wie. Haunt thiwfre wooillandv whence sweet carolling soar. Eternal peace have they: tlod vriiM. their tears a war. Thev ilrtnL tbnt riir of life whiih Hpws for V erraore. Thfther we baaten through the regions dim, ltutld! then file winds of tho Seraphim thine in tho sunt t ! itn that Jm em hore Our litfhlcncl 2iearthaU know The life or lOTL-'a.-o: The sormw-liunlened past shall faile for El erinore. DjJ Un Cntcersitu Majiulne. THE (HIEEXOI THE SEA." The city of Venice, often called "the Queen of the Sea," is one of the most beautiful cities in Italy, and is built on a number of small islands in tie Adriatic Sea. In the fourteenth and fifteenth cen turies Venice was at tho height of ite power and splendor. Its Chief ,Magis trate was called a Doge, and,, though the 0n eminent w as Republican, there was ve...

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. — 2 October 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE Cm, SATURDAY. OCT. 2. SUBSCRIPTION : K oo per jrtr, In advance. If. M. KIJUNB.KtlltorauaslPabliatier. Ektuued at ths Foctofticx at 1)0 doe cltt, kax&18, as secohd-clas8 mail XATTEB. TEXAS CATTLE FEVER. The Texas cattle fever is killing ofl caltlt in Mine portions of the country, bat this re gion of country hu escaped the disease en tirely ire hire not heard of tingle caae Within hundred miles of Dodge City. This ia doe to the precaution that Las been and. Ic the spring when the "drive" commenced we elated upon the opinion of a prominent nd intelligent alockman, that the disease was communicated through the urine of the Texas stock. This belief is confirmed by re ports regarding the contagion of the fever; and the following from the Fort Worth Lire Slock Journal would seem to sustain that theory notably, the last paragraph of the article: Tdm is a subject that has for years reced ed considerable attention, not only from those closely interested snd dei...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 October 1880

LOCAL NEWS. TIME T1BLE-A., X. S. F. B. B. OOIIO IA6T. GOINd VIST. Passenger.. l&Xi a.m. r83iner. 3.5.1 a.x. rasseiigtr. IJ 55 p.m. Passenger. S5 rjf. Freight 7iWr x. Kreinht.... liSnr.M. Freignt T:uO a.m. rretcht.... 1:1s ah. C'dtile shipments tbia week is the order of Wines?. There was a light fall of enow at Lis Ve gas last Fridar night. B. W. Evans' fimilj have returned from their vi.it to Illinois. Col. Straughn has gone to look after his mines in Colorado. E. Torrry, a lar.e cattle owner, was in the ciiy this week. Ducks by the thousands line the river and the land bars near Garden City. Vacdenberg & Marshall have opened a butcher shop at Huneerlord'a old stand. D. W. Rtigbarl, of Cimarron Ranch, Clark county, is spending a few days here. The sheep mea are inquiring for bucks. Mr. Cj t n at LarneJ, has a lot of fine ones for sale. John Oiniand, book-kteper for Wright, Beverley & Co., is absent for two weeks on a trip to Bcs'on. Hands are scarce, from $1 60 to $2 00 ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 2 October 1880

Advice. Enriching Orchards. It Is a little unsular that in spite of TlIE (armcr who has i)cen accustom-ourwcll-laiownrclulilorproffcniicad- ed to raising apples and has been nni vice. wo ehouM be averse to receiving formly successful, will doubtless say that it; however avaricious we mar Iw. ad- , if he clpect, gct good crop3 he treat3 Vice M the one tllinr WO are happy to ,). nrAnnl .is lin Hn fnr mir nirtor part with, in scaou and out of season, cropi10 maDUrcs it, and he finds that perhaiH became wo aru certain that tiie supply is inexhaustible, and we are .sure of payment, sooner or later. In giving it we feel a sene of superiority. aa inflation of personal importance; in accepting it we acknow ledge the wis dom of another, the better-seasoned judgment, and our vanity revolts at such a concession. In the meanwhile the mot of us, without soliciting ad vice, iiave it tlirut upon us, and in a manure that will do for most other crops will do for the crop of apples. It is the neclect...

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