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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 21 July 1877

i BUBTINQ THE BRAVES.1 -" CNEAKTHINO TIDE BONES OF CC8TSR AND HIS OFITCSBa ox Tins fatal fueld IN THE LITTLE BIO HORN TIM BODIM MJUND TO BE VICCU DECOMPOSED AND TOIN BY COYOTES, YR RECOGNIZABLE THE BEVZBXNT DUTY OF DIGGING CP TBI BZafATNS PERFORMED BY SOME OF CUbTEB'S OLD HEX CRITIKSDE.1 TO SLEEP WHERE BE FELL CUSTER TO BE INTERRED AT WEST POINT 6EVEX OF THE OTHERS TO FIND A BESTTNO PLACE IN THE NATIONAL CEUETEBY AT FOBT LEAVENKOBTIL The correspondent of the New York Herald who accompanied Colonel Sberldan and his party to the field where Coster and his men fell upon that fatal dayjn the Little Big Horn says that at noon, on the first of July, Colonel M. Sheridan with certain military and other friends; Troop J, of the 7th Cavalry, Captain Nowlan commanding; C. J. Baronettc and G. Ilemdon White and Curley, who were with Coster; Half Tellow Face, who was with Keno and several Crow Indian scoots, with a train of oz wagons, left the month of the Little Big Horn for the Coster deld. The...

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. — 21 July 1877

sumrER. Lol UT Sammer, swarthy in tbe sun lies ranting, jwith bare breasts, upon tbo Swathing her limbs In hazes warm and dun, wncre apicnaors into iuky epicnuont run. And feultry glory all tbo heavens o'erfllls. 3vt a white dimple btlrs among tho corn, not a low nppio the thl era through n gold and crimson gleams tbe regal leavwi Unto, wrapped unnoni, Oaine, Hashing through the cast, mum, Jfn throated twitttxlngs pnrglc around the cave Hooded In sunny silence sleep the kinc; In languid murmurs brooUeta float and flow; TOequaint f&rm gublcsintherlch light shine. And round them Jasxufned honeysuckles twine. And close beside them aun flowers burn and blow Amid the growing heat I lay me down. And into vision w arms the moted air; GlAAina tip before me many a famous town, 111 lard and crested with a rezal crown Outtihimmcring in an orient, purple glare. IoI lowly Ta'lmor, burning in IU atands liaalbcck and liabj Ion; I bee blow streams Gliding by moaque and minaret see the gleaiBH, ...

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. — 21 July 1877

h A Tramp's Vitality. An accident attended with the most extraordinary circumstances occurred . on the Northern Central Itailvray, near Trov, !'., Sunday nijrht. A tramp named James M. Bowers was walking . on the track toward that place. Being ! tired and hungry, lie sat down by the side of the railroad and fell asleep. When he awoke he attempted to get up, but, aa he said when dUcoreretl. found that he could not use his legs. He had thrown them across the rail in his sleep, and a train had run over them. One was nearly severed below the knee, and the other was broken. No train was in aifrht- nnr haul tin iipur-ti fh( nnit of inr train passing He took his knife from bis pocket, ana rut tlie skin ana tlesn that still held his one leg, SLuering it entirely. He says he lay there unable to more, wholly conscious and suffering the most intense agony, for at least an hour. Finally he heard a train ap proaching. He had a match in his pocket and a newspaper. Ho lighted the paper when the tr...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 21 July 1877

SILL GOEASY. A Slcry in Ono Part. ' There IrcatLc, if yon want to." said Bill Goca?y. as lie threw himself eudden 1; down ia-tho shade of a Isrra quince hush in hi? mother's door-yard, and stretchins wit his limbs as if to indicate tho four cardinal points of tb ftiobe, his cj es closed and bis month opened without the least apparent exertion on the part of their poseir, and in just one niinnte and n half by the old clock in the parlor, liili Gucasy was sound asleep and dream ing of nlifa of eao in the tropics, where people tud nottiins else to do but subsist iila lito natural products ot tho earth, and sleep awar their lives in the itintiDS shades of ralm and bamboo, where npo and delicious fruits dropped into tho open months of tho natives, and Hill seemed to realize 'the pleasant situation hy the munching of his jaws, much to the dis gust of several flics. "Oil, my! I wonder what's tobeconio of that boy!" said old Mrs. Goeasy, Dill's mother, as tho raised the churn-dasher in the ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 28 July 1877

- . v i i DODGE CITY" "TIMES. V VOL. HI. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, JULY 28, 1877. NO. 11. & . 1 THE DODGE CITY TIMES. PUBLISHED EVEBYSATCBDATBY W. C. & LLOYD sHnm. Subscription, t2.w r annum la sdvance. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Comity. Representative B. M. Wright. Commissioners A. J. l"escoek. Chairman. A. J. Anthony, Charles Bath, County Clerk Jno. II. Means. Treasurer A. II Webster. Coroner Ir. :?. Galland MleritT Charles E Basalt. Itearister James Langtnn. Clerk Ilistnct Court Harry Boyer. ITokate Judge Herman J. Fringer. county Attorney M. W. Sutton. yurTe)or 1I.T. JlcCarty. irp't I'ub. Inst Thomas L. XfcCarty. City. Mayor lames H. Kelley. Councilmen Hon. I). I. Colley, Ue. B. Cox. CM. Hreson. John Newton. I. J. I.eonard. Attorney an.l clerk E. r Colborn. Trraurer Charles II. X-liulz retire Judge Hun. P. 31. iro,t. Urhjl-I.. E. Deger. Towlinhip. Trustee 1. I.. llrattv. Clerk Chas. !I. :?chiiU Treasurer Henryles. .. . Justices. Samuel Marshall, It. E. Baldwin and D.M. Frost. Constab...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 28 July 1877

THE, jTIMES.i W. C. SHUT, PublUher. .DODGE CITY, - - KANSAS. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Ir.nal and Literary Ir. Abby M. Fulton has been elect- ad Bember oi trio Aiame state Aieui al Awociation. Tho original American comedy of "Onr roliucs," written by Edward Willett, Hot., of the St. Louts Times, will Ixj produced in Baldwin's Theater, San Francisco, on the lCth inst., under rutwt auspicious circumstances. Jeff. Davis, it is said, will severely nlieiNO in bis memoirs the policy ol Gen. Joseph E. Johnston, and will charge upon him the resiwnsibility for the son-pursuit of the Federal forces in- M TV auii!guju ai me 1119k uji ihuu. (Jeonre Alfrl Townscnd's father. an old gentleman rf 71, has just jrrad uatcd at the University of Pennsylvania with the degree of I'll. I), after passing a good examination, and the boys gave him a hearty cheeras he went up to take liis dlieeii-xkin The gift of Dr. Toner to the Citv of St. Louis of a medical library, including lo.ow volumes, is said, to bo tho mos...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 28 July 1877

TO CORRESFOICDEHTS. All coinrauulcattonsforthiftpapt'rshoaldfe ycorapttniet by the name of the aUitlx .-, not necMari1' for publication, bat an eridencc of good faith on the part of the writer. Write oniy ou onn aide of the paper. Be particularly careful lu (rlvinjp names and dat,to bate all letters or figure plain and distinct. FARMING BT CONTRACT. A yw NyMrtn of Fftrnilnc In Central Knn- Wheat-Field nf Four TliounuUil Acrrii Worked on Contract. (Letter from Abilene to the Chicago Tribune. The readers of the Tribune will doubt less be surprised at the statement that there is a place in the United States where farming is done on the same plan a.s here in Dickinson County, Kan., and where, except in California, it is done on so large a scale. The peculiarity of the country consists in what is called the " contract system" that is, where the owner of the land hires all his work done by the acre, the man who docs the work furnishing his own teams and im- Iilemcnts. The plan was first t...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 28 July 1877

I.ocnl Hrvllle. Champagne cider at Sturm's. Rooms to rent. Apply this office. Mr. Langtnn Is holding bis cattle on Saw Lot. Go early and seenre cboico vegetables at Webster. Buggies and spring waffou, new and second hand, at M. Collar-!. Ciias. Kath. of this city, has the finest rcldcnco honse in Osago Cit. Mr. Lee, of the firm of Leo A. Kevn rilds, traders at Cainp hupply. was in the city this week. Mr. E. 8. Conwell. of the Quarter master Department. Kort Dodge, is pre paring to moTe his family to the city. Fresn blacfc berries received daily at Websters. Cheap liquors at Sturm's. A nico lot f fresh candies just received to-day at J. Collar. Mr. K. C. Zinimcrmann has at his store sotno floe cucumlwrs raised on his farm nealvftonli. TLc Lyndon Weekly Times puts in a bright and shining appearanco at this ofllce regularly oaco a month. All summer goods for ladies and cents must be eold. no matter what pneo they will bring. Kcmeialier tho goods will be sold regardless of cost at M. Co...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 28 July 1877

CAMP SUPPLY. Pcnographicinktumitems Camp buiTLV. 1. T.. JulyM. 1. Hot days anil cool nisbts. Lieut. Taylor and lady armed from Fort Elliott on tlie 21t and left lor Fort Dodge on tlm-M. lie joins hi company there, having been left behind to transfer pnblic stored. Paymaster Hnuillicjil. with bis clerk, raturned to this post from Fort Elliott on the Will, ami departed for Dodee City on the 20th lost. Armor, a prisuurr for some time con fined in the pint guard house, made his cescape from hii iruartl on tbo 19th inst. So far, lis bax mitceeilrd in eludimr tee M-ontiuE p-irties rent out after him. The pool sentinel from whom he escaped U now in durance rile in his stead. Poor fellow, we pity him. Sergeant Human with a party from bis company bsu a fine hunt last week up on the Wolf rher. Thev brought back a line load of panic, consisting exclusively of two jack rabbits. The boys sav that they done exceedingly well, considering the fact that they did not go for that kind of same. "Scotiy...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 28 July 1877

INDIVISIBLE. A aMKicnt face to fa they fctood, Waita Mnil met ftoul Id bone&t eye trerabllnKRlowedturouKhnnsbod tears, Bn of a lovn that never die. Iko,- "" to njieafc the saddest word Vtoat e'er on buiaan lips can dwell; Bt. O, tho mockery to dream That Mich aa these could tale farewell f For a two rotate- rlouda unite, ! wnkn of lliA denarted mid. Ifcelr kiudrrd u-nc pure and s eet. 1he twain had willy merited In one. Tfcey might be severed pole from pole. Mfcfet live tbroDKh all the years apart; Wtut njatiercd time and apace to them Wdom home was lu each other) heart. He orarcd a Iretu of that fine cold Wle wavy wreaths her forehead irrai Bracing to grant tho boon, he clasped A ztwu of pearl about her walat. A moment more, and he wasconc Prom xlcht, noiiKht ole. High heart and mind, tsroughold of lendcrnows and truth, DQed Die hour, and btaed behind! The hHttonj rolled, and ne'er again Tfaas face u faco 'twas theirs to ntand; Tet heart to heart they alked the orld On to the g...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 28 July 1877

HOT rOK THE nOCSEHOLD. To 1'reiKnt Tin Ruslinq. Rub fresh lard over every part of the dish, and then put it m an oven and beat it thor oughly. 1 tans treated, any tin-ware may be ued in water constantly, and remain liri;ht and free from rust indef initely. Gtrntan ir French Mustard. Eat qu:tnniH-i hi i-.mriisn or Italian nutaru eal aro niieii with aatmess, cloves. mace, cajeiinu pepper, salt, and vinvs gar; mix and grind in a milt nntil it is as linu a flour; three grintfings are oeee"Mrf ; use wnole miicos. Cumint Shrub. Toa pint f strained -currant juice put a poind of migar; boil -eently together for 8 or 10 minutes; "then Mt it where it will cool;rhen take- warm, add a -wine-mass of Jjrandytn pint of syrup ; bottle and oirk tightly ana Keep in cool piice. Lemon Juice Stains. Let the spotted part -of th cloth tb-orbra little water without dipninrr, and hold She part over a lighted oommon brimstone match t a proper instance. I lie sulphurous eas which is discharged soon cciras the...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 28 July 1877

THE WICKEDEST TOWlf. What on American Humorist Saw in Cheyenne. I have seen wicked cities in my time. I hate seen sprecing at the Esler in St. Petersburg, seen fellows "make a mcht of it" in the Orpheuin in Berlin, seen the wickednes at .Nilni Novgoroe during the September fair, seen the Mabillo packed with depravity when the empire wan at its meridian, but I nver expected to see hell itself. I sauntered on the streets of Chevenne at midr.icbt. Fifty saloons and a dozen licensed gambling houses line the principal street, all thronged and tally fllnmiuatcd till the morning sun nuts out the lights. What makes Chejeuno the wickedest city in the world I I. Cheyenne Is the metropolis where the rich owners and the buckskin clad drhers of lite luillt.n dollars north of cattle rendezvous for a weekly sprc- IL It is tho nearest point whero the Black Ilillcnt can sell their gold dust and nuggeU and then gamble and spree away tho proceeds &o as to go bacK to the mines. III. It is the w:nt ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 4 August 1877

DODGE CITY TIMES." VOL. in. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, AUGUST 4, 1877. NO. 12. s I THE DODGE CITY TIMES. PUBLISHED BVEBT SATURDAY BT "W. C. St LLOYD 8Hnrcr. Subscription, f.W per mnnam la advance. MUBBER MOST FOUL. Mr. Enoa Mosley Murdered in Cold Blood while aaleep. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. County. Representative B. H. Wright. Commissioners A. i. Peacock, Cualnnaa. A. J. Anthony, Charles Rath, County Cleric Jao. B. Means. Treasurer A. B. Webster. Coroner Dr. S. Gallant Sheriff-Charles K. BaSsett. Itegister lames Langton. Cleric District Court Harry Borer, l'robate Judge llerman J. Fringer. County Attorney M. W. Sutton. Surveyor H. T. McCarty. up't lub. Inst Thomas L. afcCarty. Clijr. Mayor James II. Kelley. loancilmen Hon. D. D. Collej. Geo. B. Cox. CM. Beeson. John Newtoa, F. J. Leonard. Attorney anil Clerk E. F.Colborn. Treasurer Charles II. Schult. Police Juil-llon. I). M. Frost. Marshal L, E, Deger. Township. Trustee P. L. Beatty. Clerk Chas. !I. Schulz. 1 reasurer Henry Mess. Justices Sam...

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. — 4 August 1877

THE JTIMES. W. C. SKINN, Publisher. DODOKCITV, - - KA.VSAS. ITEMS OF INTEREST. l'rrouil nod Literary. Dom Pedro will w rito a book of his traxcls. Senator David Daxisnnd family arc at .Middle Ilass Inland, I.alo Eric. 'Iho Life ami letters of Charles Sumner, allied by Edward L. Pierce, of Doston, one of Ins literary cxciitors, will be published in thu fall. Gov. "Illue.le.ms" Williams as tonished the Indianapolis people the other night by appearing at a ret option in a blacK urcss suit xvitn wane vest. There is a publishing house at Set tin, Germany, which ha existed for 1100 3 cars. It 1- that ol tno iies-scnianos, which was established in 1577, and a history of whick has jut appeared, Mr. Longfellow, the iioet.it is said. can not be allured into making an after- dinner speech. This remark is attn butcd to him. "I wouldn't touch : toat list w ilh a pair of tongs." Mrs. George Macdonald.tlic wife of the author, ha, dramatized the second part of " Pilgrim's Progress," and with her ch...

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. — 4 August 1877

TO CORRESPONDENTS. arms, and prom se she will be mv fl-..iiip.iiiicdbi thunaincodhe author, not motflcr while sho live; and Lady Gus- nw-iirilyforimblicatimi.butnaeiiilcneotii tave, her daughter, be"- me. with tear. eihhI faith on tho nart nf the writer. Url,. . u..." i ." . ' " ' .. . - m ---..-. . ..u iiiiL iii "it - iiiiL aim i ill- it'll an t n nAm careful In Ritlnjr nanu-i and dates, to havo away, 1 sought the distant sea coast. u Olivia v UgUIVSlUUUl UI1U lUJlUlCt. MKS. UIILASDEK'S STOUT. We had been talking with our lovely ueniian neiguuor auout a strange event were ' iml took steamer for Xew York, alnnn :iml jioor, for I dared not even ask the money due me for my services. "A kind lady on ship took me to her nean, anu w ncn we landed, welcomed me to the home her trotx! husband hail which hadiiut taken nlaenat her made ready for her in New York. Ah houe. wh.it fnends has God still raised up for "lei," she said, "it is very strange. ' lms hlm people say l muststay There are ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 4 August 1877

Local Brevities. Call ftt Madder &. Draper's and see fall tty.es of prints. Rooms to rent. Apply at thisoBce, Look oat for vegetables every morning tl Wcbstcrs. It rained this week, as predicted by Tieo. Four hundred and City-four still re- tnains.r(!) If yoa watd. queensware cheap go to M. Collars. ae it.i,.- raised five eir sir hundred chickens ca tho Bluff Creek ranch this tcusmcr.' Marslial Degtr lcsigned- his position of Deputy Hherlfl this week, at the request i.f Under Sheriff Mastcrson. Mr. J. W. Drl-kill shipped four car loads of fat cattle to Kansas City last Tuesday. Vegetable fresh every morning at Had dcr A. Draper's. V w time table was handed ui to-day by Ua6ler Jlrcuaie, nje... -'..-.- uut irlll hereafter arrive ut 11 SO m. Miss Kate Leonard, sistcrof Councilman Leonard, ami ed from Lawrence yester day morning. Col. Lewis arrived from tho east this morning and resumed command of the i t- The brick and stone for Mr. II. L.Sit lers now houso is being placed on the j...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 4 August 1877

? Ctptaring Wild Homs. Mr. George; Young, of Starling, Kanse. who has been engaged I an exciting wild bene ah tor the last four months with steasrs. Fulton and Stares, called last Monday. The remit of their effort ia fifty fine hone which tier intend breaking for the aiddle and harness. Some of theae hones they followed for more than four hundred mile inaipring wagon, Anally driving them into the corral and capturing them. Mr. Toung Bays there are aome fine snimsls among their herd, one or two of which they are now working to the wagon. Ther hare keen offered $30 a head for the lot. but refused the offer. Mr. E. Branson Cowgill, editor at the Bice County Gazette, has got it bad. He baa just got married (which i perfectly right and proper) and thia is the way he trot oat the bride: ' 'For a long tune aha baa been to ne an inspiration. Her infiaence upon our life and oar work baa made them nobler and better. The closer association which now begins will bring this influence and inspira...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 4 August 1877

TyiirwrrciT uvmckojibert. Trial of ! ortIifiniptm Hunk llnrclarii'j IteuiirKume i;vlleir or nn yirroni nlire, 1.41m,. i!i llnnk-lttrk Ilxprrt (Corrrftpon itc ol IIic lloslou Journal 1 NouTir.iroO, Mass., July 11, 1&77. The trial nf Scott aui Dunlip, Ihc suppo--iJ robbers of we, ixortlianipton National Huult in this town on the 2Gth of Januirx , 187f, bv xvhich operation the largoe"umof ijU.OuO.CHiOorSl.L'M.OOO in cash, bonds, and other securities was realized, has stirred up this community as 110 otiircircu:n"tnnae li is tlono since the Mill Kher flood in 187-1. Tho facts of the robbery are already pretty well kiifiwuJlrfVfiiU'rin of Cashici "Vjii tlccy,i'flratt'atkmidiii:ht by a gang'bf five masked men; the binding of him self and funilv and the tortures and threats by v. Inch the combination? of the bink-locks xverc forced from him; the successful plunder of the bank and the escape of the robbers; their sjbseqiicnl capture .mil the confession of their ac complice, Ed-on. As. x...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 4 August 1877

UMTS FOK THE HOUSEHOL... French Toast. Heat t egts very lirht and stir uith them 1 pint of milk; slice some nice while bread, dip the pieces intii me eg;, and milKv tnen lay tiicm in to a pan of hot lanl and f rv brown : sprinkle a little powdered sugar and cinnamon on each piece, and send to table warm. This is an excellent dUh for breakfast or tea. Gooseberry and otlur Marmalade. Pick the fruit clean, cook thorough and pass, through a sieve; add equal weights of sugar and water, so that when the marmalade has been cooked for an hour and i cold it will spread as thinly as honey. Any thing, from hot cakes to cold bread, cornea well recom mended to the palate when conscien tiously di'corated with a nice coat of marmalade. Tiiiunto Mi'it J'ie. Cover the- bottom of a pudding-dish with bread-crumbs, then make a layer of cold roasted mut ton rhopped tine, then a laverof toma- loe sticetl, Ur-m another l.ner of bread crumb, another of meat, and another of tomatoes, then er with bread crum...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 4 August 1877

HAHVEST HOKE. BT JOSEPH O. WAIXE3, tTo all filtnds at ilTerLal.r, Shawnre conn- :'(..' ' . . "" ..... . t ItiaJUlf 7U1U77 I Not fields of core strewn IHclIy o'er Willi mangled forms of slain, Where martial plumes, 'mil battle glooms, 1'aU ne'er to nit again, Shall wve the-lay, this feral ay. Or wale the raynier'a strain. Not kiss of maid, as all In shade Hcrdruopinroelids hung, V hen lortr'a li i fi , brought dirk ccLpse, No pea portrae, cr tongue. Nor love's o.d Uineasswtet as June, These Sating hums be sung. VTe sing of fields, wb"n harvest yield its brih. at J gGlJer- sli-ares, Atnl sun aud ralu hare fllMl with grain The barn Jroai floor to eaves, Ana new-ruitrn bay. aJ uaut anil da J, Its sctLtci TitZTuute leans. The early dews, inedroirsycwes, TrecJWcM-tiel.er. The sleepy s'ock, tle grain In shock, The thresher and Its gear. The wiring corn, ell greet the mom 'TIS ban crt or the yrar. Tlie fcrealcfait call to oie and all, Tli visuli spread with care; The utler-d grace, mu' ii h...

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