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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 September 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. m srBSOUrTlO'S: $J.6 r Tear, l Admire. NICHOLAS 15. KLAINE. - Editor. BEGIXA'IXG SCHOOL. Xow that the schools are beginning again nil ocr tho lanl. we think, says St. Aicfwlwi, there probably tiro many mother who will ap preciate the following little poem: To-day the bouse la stiller thaa It's ever been before, There's nothlcg in disorder from thocoilln; ioth floor: H'cn the chairs around the room teem to h ire the general gloom. As they stand In sad precision Just so far apart no more. The cushion look forbiddinjas they're placed ogaiii-t the wail. Th" ery cbulr-bicfcs seem alone, they stand o-ttITarvltall; ' And I feel InctTned to cry, .And to scltbem all awry. What can It lw about the house that scorn to thill us all? I'd Mte to scatter every toy now ranged be fore my sight. From merry "Punch and Judy," in thclrgauze and tinsel bright. To the little doj as'ecp In a mournful, wooll) heap. On the half-torn, fingered picture-books, once visions of delight. That...

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. — 22 September 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. T1IUKSDAY. SOT. 22. SUJlSCEirnOK: tsooperjear. In alliance. IT. II. KUIlfCBtlltoriuiiaPatillkber. A writer in the Kllia Headlight eWee the following information to these eelllers who htye limber claim to riant. The wiiler in a gentleman of experience, and i known Lt tnanr Kaneaa neuj It: Had we not Uft CKt etndjr the natare of the roil in thi? locality where e with to jilanl our ttcei, whether it ia bottom land, reccnd bottom, ntlandortable land? When we aicerlain the nature of our foil, the next point ii to tied out what kind of tree roil It, no that we will not be planing treta that required a low, wet toil, on dry upland, or trees that require, dry land on low bottom landa. Now if we look inlo theruattercloee- lj, we will End that cottonwool, box alder. ab, roft maple, hickory, and tree of their nature rtqaire -a great deal of inoitture; while black walnut, white oak, red oik, black, yellow and honey Iocuit, all grow a atrong and lieaTy Up root, ...

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. — 22 September 1881

LOCAL NEWS. TIME T1BLB-1., T. . P. B, UOIXO EAST. COI1TO KMT, ruwDpr.. 140 A.M. rasenger...l 15r.li. KmlgraaC...ll:03 a.m. JTrei-ht 8:30 r m. rreignt 4:30 a.k. raeet niter. .3:10 a.m. FaAfltnpr. tVI rjl. Emigrant. .7:40 Ajn. Krrlaht U.-1 r.n. Frelebt ... 1:15am. J. McClSMS, Agent. Scuta aootber one fur Mike and Dick. Tbe "greenback ticket" M rtcalcitratirg. Ttie school earollmenl shows 150 pnpiU It always looks gloom to lh maa who "kick." E. S. Cviwjill, editor of the titer lisg Ga zette, tu in town yesterday. W. It. Weed, the big merchant at Mo- beelie, is in the city this week. Four inches of snow (til at Msryville, Missourion ihe morning of!6th inst. TV. II. Hesley, a large utile owner, it in the city, having been in the East for some months put. Pat Kjan, the Well known raothmia on the Mulberry, this week shipped a lot of fine cattle to the Kansas City markeL Cbiainers are being rebuilt and prepara tions are going on for' winter. But we will hare two months pleanant weather yet....

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 22 September 1881

Diieiitci or the Eje to IIore and in Man. f he diseases of all the organs of the lower animals are not only less) numer ous, but they are more uniform in their proCTcsanil (-iinptonii, than those of the iiuman body. The eye of the horse is subject to ranch t ewer -lUca-cs than that of man. whlUt at the same time Ihcio diseases do not assume that al most infinite vaiicty of character which U met with in the human eye, and which is In man produced from the habit of sooicly. and the various modes of life to which he is exposed. The uniformity in the appearance of diseases in the eje of the horse makes the treatment of them more simple less of that nice discrimination being required in treating individual cases, watch is to essentially reijtiisite in the practice of medicine The value of the horse, both for Hie ti-tful purposes which ha jscrves, and the gratilication of amuse ment, harimr made the breeding of that noble animal a source of considerable prolit to the breeder, it therefore...

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. — 22 September 1881

HOME, FAUX AM) (JARUES. -r.impcreil animals require more at tention than others. Mint Sauce MW one tablespoon ful of wliite ur to half a teacup of rood vinegar: aild the mint and let it mfuo for half an hour before sending to the table. Servo with roast lamb or mutton. A Sew York farmer, who is aUo a practical sheep grower, gives the fol lowing as a sure euro for grub hi sheep: Turn into each nostril of the animal affected half a teaspoonful of kerosene oil. Drv sulphur is given as a remedy for lice on cattle by one who savs ho Litotes it is effective It should be sprinkled all over the bod- and worked into the hair. The remnants of any pudding left from one dinner may bo s c'rved for tho . ne.t by arranging it into a compact mass and coveriug it with a meringue of whipped whites of eggs and a little jiowdered sugar. Set into a hot oven I just long enough to brow u. To prcveut choking, break an egg into a cup and giro it to the person choking, to swallow. Tho white of the egg seems ...

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. — 22 September 1881

THE DODGE GIT? TIMES. 1RIVIAL JOVJ2XA1JS3I. Mr. Chsrlta Dadlcjr Warner lastly deliter ed n address before lie Social Science As sociation, oo the weakness and wants of cirican journalism. Mr. Warner, when ' iC cct to talking about locaiixiop, t aid. "Tlie remit ie column after column of rhort paraRrajisofgOfjip and triTJalitie, cbirs. clips, chip. Mr. Sales is contem plating erecting a new ooanler in bis stor.; l.u aval orjiosite las a new sign; Mm Uumre, of (ialh, is TiMting ber coin-in Mm Smith of ll.zrib; the sheriff has punted hi feace, I rmer Brown bai lent a cow; the cmir.tut member from Neopolis has put an L on one ii.u cf hi mansion and a mortgage on tlie otter. Oo the face of it notbu g is so vatud ar.d profitless as col'imn alter col umn of ibis rcadieg. These "items" bare tery iittle interest except to those who al ready know the facts. 1'nt those concerned liko In see them in print, and tale the paper on tliat acccunt." Mr. Warner La ntver been comi-tllcil to do t is .rt...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 29 September 1881

WTl f DODGE CITY TIMES. c SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., SEPT. 29, 1881. NO. 280 MEMORIA. APPROPRIATE CEREMONIES AND SERVICES IN DODGE CITY. Mood, the 2Gih in!., was oberved with appropriate oremonies and srvice on be burial of the late President of the Unit eJ fctates James A. Garfield. Dodge City wore an air of mourning ana stillness. The business bouses anil public places were closed in the aliernoon. The following proclamation, issued by Major Webster, was duly observed: MAYOR'S rBOCLAUATlON. Monday, Sept. 26tb, 1831, beioit the day on which the remains of our late lamented President will be consigned to the grave, I earnestly recommeod the closing of all busi. nea houses at 1 p. m., and that at 2 p. m. religious services be held by the Divines ol oar city in the uual places of publ c wor ship; that due and proper respect be shown the memory of our Nation's Martyr. A. B. Webster, Mayor of Dodge City. Dodge City, Sept. 23, 1881. Dodge City presented a holiday appear ance, every ci...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 29 September 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. M'BMItirTKlVi tt.OOftr lrar, In tilianrr. seventy-eight miles out Irani Washing- j ton. There they sent nioword that thn I President liad been lining better ami letter, so I thought I'd watch the en- gino and if she went smoothly try omi mile a little faster. Lamoken, when! ' we were to have the next halt, -wai forty-si c miles further on. Tlio engine j behaved beautifully: so, half-way be- . tween l!av View and Lamoken, I throve ! !c th bi-rday of life and tfce fullness of open the throttle und let her go one iK'nlih: , mile in fifty-thrco seconds. I did not In thn Minor of lumfon and fahlon and " , . ,' J . , ,,., ,;.. I ,rMlth. feel a jolt or a jar as she went tearing lit M,ui1ij.rv ih,ml ml lk,-4ruilr .lifts ! .true. 1 1, (k I r r-l- ...ill f IrnoW tl..'n fllflt ' --j .-.--.... . -.....-.--, .. -..., . . ,,,,.,,, .,.., ..uvn, .- --- ....... - nuiiiwi Nlf'HOLAS It. KLAINK. - Ki.itoi! THE WAIT. OF A 1SM.D11EAV. .h'. Mil In my fittet I am 11 J ) I'm lr.il-1! I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 29 September 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. Mrnscnimot: $e.oir ir, i .u.t.. NICHOLAS . KLAIXE. - Kditois a moral swagger about it that would bo sure to carry it through. It Is often a great advantage to hare a very odd name, a little difficult to re member at first, but which when once learned bites itself into the memory. For instance, there was Jamsetjee Jcejcc bhoy; wo have to make a hurdle-race over it, but once in the mind it i.n never forgot. Remember in giv ing names that the children when grown up may be in sit uations where thev will have frequently to ign their initfaK anil do not gi o names that might in this situation pro voke contemptuous remark. For in stance, David Oliver Green, the initials make "dog;" Clara Ann Thompson, i the initials spell "cat." Neither should SEPTEHUEIS. Theripentnir com its silken, flume H wavintr. The partridge teals his drum amonir the tree. There I vertical lifts Its fair head, bravliiy Sjeptimber's -hlllln? breeze. The dear, warm noon succeed the frosty mornlnir...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 29 September 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. SEPT. 23. SUBSCUIFTIONi MOO per year. In advance. If. B. KUHJTE.Kdlliir sndPnbllibrr. The conespondence sent oat br the D partments is written on mourning paper. Thia will be lifted lor six month. It is said that tbe hostile Apaches bare pent thtir wires and children to tie Agency to be led bj the goTernment, while the bucks are on the war path. Cable advloM cbarvlerite the grief mani fested at president Garfield' death as the ino-t remarkable demonstration ever wit novedin Europe, and so unprceedent tribute to a foreign ruler. Gen. Qarfitld's entire estate at th time of hi death was not worth $25,000 dear of in cumbrances. MU Mentor farm and h: Washington house are about all he owned, and the latter Is mortgsged. The fund started bj Mr. Fitld a few days after the as sault by Guitenu is not completed jet. If Mr. Arthur, ae President of the United States, dissppointa his enemies a much as Mr. Cornell has disappointed bis enemies as GoTernor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 29 September 1881

LOCAL NEWS. TUNE TABLE-., T. . B. B. uoito EAST. Passenger.. 1:40 a.m. Pasnengrr. .1 ISr.M. Kmlgrant...ll:03 a.m. Krruiit S-JO r.x. r'relgnt 4.30 A.. coixa WIST. ricgtr.. 3.10 a.m. Passenger. 230 r.at. Kmigrant. 7:40 A.ra. Frel!bt....H.-01 p.m. Freinbl ... l:Ui. . McGINMS, Agent. Iltj $15 per ten at West Las Animas, Colo. Wool i on the increase, and has advanced two cent per pound. Gnus is en II green and dock are doing well all OTer the Pao Handle. D. C. Kane and wife have returned from a Visit to friends in IUinoH. Philip Weodell, an old freighter, hia re turned after eighteen monthi absence in Colorado. Mrs. O. Marsh leit on Saturday for a two weeks vi-it to her daughter, Mrs. Orerhul, in Lis Vega. Preaching at Uoion church cut Sabbath, Oct. 2d, both morning and evening. All are cordially invited. II. F. MJ has returned from Illinois. lie has lately purchased a large quantity of wheat for the Dodge City Mills. Fat Holland, a brother of James Holland, section boss east of Nickerso...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 29 September 1881

Want of Enrnrr. .Vnl of energy is a great ami com mon cause of the want of domestic com fort. As the bcrt-laid tire can piv no heit and.cook no food itnle it l light ed, so the clearest ideas and purest ia-tention-t will produce no corresponding actions without that energy which gives power to all that is of value, which is, .as it were, the very lifeo! life, and which is never more necessary or avail able than in the matter of a family. Thoso who have it not, and many are constitutionally destitute of it, would do well to inquire of their experience and their conscience what compensatingvir tucs they can bring into the marriage elate to justify them in entering upon its duties without that which is so essen tial lo their performance. They should consider that the pretty face and grace ful languor, "which, as it is often es pecially attriictit c to the most impetu ous of the other sex, gained them ardent lovers, will not enable them to satisfy tho innumerable requisitions and secure...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 29 September 1881

ADDITIONAL EVIDENCE is regard to tie great cantire properties of DR. SCHENCK'S MEDICINES. UNDOUBTED CURES OF CONSUMPTION. Clear and Explicit Statements from well-known Persons.wJiich should Convince the Most Skeptical. No Medicines Have Ever leen Intro duced to the Public that can Show Such an Array of Evidence in their Favor. For other Certificates of Cures send for Dr. Schenck's Book on Consumption, Liver Complaint and Dyspepsia. It gives a full description of these diseases in their vari ous forms, also, valuable information in regard to the diet and clothing of the sick; how and when exercise should be taken, ic. This book is the result of many years of experience in the treatment of Lung Dis eases, and should be read not only by the afflicted, but by those who, from hereditary taint or other cause, suppose themselves liable to an) affection of the throat or lungs. IT IS SENT FREE- Post Paid to all Applicants. Address Dr. J. H. Schenck &. Son, 537 Arch SL, Philadelphia, Pa. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 29 September 1881

THE DODGE GUY TIMES. It is cttuuted that the damage to the Southern Pacific railroad by the late storms in Arizona will reach $2,000,000. Look out for prairie fire. Don't be fool ish noOjh to run any risk of rUrtiog them LiLe a comet, they hive a firey tail. The Kansas Farmtr, for to many years properly of J. K. Hudson, hat been eold to Means' DcMctts and Kicks, of' Bloomiiigton, III. 3Ir. DeMotte is Vice President of the Illinois Wtsle yan University. The Commonwealth mjs. a thousand peo ple visi ted the fair gronnda Wednesday, to ace the Cheyennes and Arraphoes in their "natural state." They moat hare been at tractive. Elk County Herald: Messrs. Uewins & Titos, proprietors of one of the GrenoU bosi' niwa nouns and large shippers of Texas cat' tic, have recently acquired considerable noto riety in making a shipment to Chicago which the Drover's Journal pronounces the largest shipment on record for a tingle firm for a Ingle week. During the week ending Au gust SOlb, they ehipjie...

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. — 6 October 1881

0 IMJL fU&r DODGE CITY TIMES r I SIXTH TEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., OCT. 6, 1881. NO. 281 DODGE HOUSE Price $2 Per Day. FIRST CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT AND FOR TRAESIENT CUSTOM EXCLUSIVELY. First Class Livery, Feed and SALE STABLE DC CONNECTION with this house. Cox & Boyd, Proprietors. GREAT WESTERNJHOTEL. S. GALLAND, Proprietor. South side of the Railroad, BODGE CITY. KAXSAs GOOD SAMPLE ROOMS FOR COMMER CIAL TRAVELERS. I&, Xo Liquor Sold on the Prm'ua. " CHABCES REASOX ABLE. LIVERY STABLE ATTACHED. PUBLIC SALE or FIRST CLASS SHORT-HORNS. I am directed to announce for sale by auction on Tuesday, November Sth, AT BIVERV1EW PARK. KANSAS CITY, MO., A choice selection of abont 40 to 50 head from the celebrated Stoner herd of ES). M. REBFeRD. of Parts. Kj., ad Grayson!!!, 31. Among the number are several choice prize winners, both males and females, and a number of the FAMOCS DUCHESS OF GOODNESS FAMILY U included. Also a prize winning Rose ol Sharon ball bred by A. Renick. Fall parti...

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. — 6 October 1881

PtTT TinnrT PI'I'V 'I'l'mrPC! Tfontraction fromscalds or burns: KoP-' lUti DyJ UUXi VjXXX J. I IVI HO. c-,t, bodie-. too. such ns buttons, seeds I He Was Uotiff Out. . Ut SkUUUli IUJI iUUJiU it fc"li JlllUilut . . hti:vBinriui fi.ooT ror.fa Adtiarr.; t meatus, which i3 the passage chiefly,, ,, V conccrneu in ureaining, ann mm pro- -- NICHOLAS H. KLAINK. KlIITOIt. i I1 dura comnTeto or tiarlial closure. A j general thickening or hypertrophy oi tlio mucous inenibranc, covering the i turbinated bones, such as is found in I chronic nasal catarrh, would, in gome cases, completely shut up one or both ' nassaecs. Indeed, a slight conzestion from an ordinary cold may so nearly close the air channels that breathing through tlio nose becomes for the time very diflieult. The mouth is therefore resorted to, and thus the pernicious habit may be unconsciouslyacquired. Among the mouth causes which interfere with proper nasal respiration the most coni- mnn im nnlnrnroi! fnnsils Tin. rTni?t press th...

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. — 6 October 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. Sl'BSCEinlOX: ti.OO per Teir, la ldnarr. NICHOLAS B. KLAINE. - Editoh. MOTHER'S SOYS. Yes, I know ibere are stains on my carper, Tb traces of small muddy lots; And I see jrourfatr tapestry Blowing. All spotless with blossoms and fruit. And I know thai my walls are disfigured With prints of f mall fingers and bands: And that your own household most truly In immaculate purity stands. And I know that my parlor Is littered With many old treasures and toys: Vhieourownis in daintiest order, Unharmed by the prcsenue of boys! And I kow that my mora is linaded Quite boldly all hours of the day: While vou sit in yours unmolested And dream the soft quiet awayl Tea. I know there are four little bedsides Where I must stand watchiul each night: While you iro out in your carriage. And flash in your dresses so bright. Now, 1 think I'm a neat little woman; I like my house orderly, too; And I'm fond of all dainty belongings: Vet would Dot change places with you. JCol keep your f...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 6 October 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. OCT. 8. SUBSCK11TIOX: 2 00 pir year, la advance. N. ft. KLAIXL'.Kdllor Bud Publisher. The moTemtot to etcourage tbe growth of trees cooticaea. la Jiew England oxbj old firms are being replanted or are growing op into Jorert. In many o( the picturesque old rillajea improTement associations are at work beautifying the local kabilationa with shrubs and what will yet become noble trees. There u an astonishing amount ol tree planting all oier the extreme West. Indeed in the prairie countries groves and bits of wood hue become a necessity to protect the farm jtouse and barns from the fierce wind which occasional); visit plaint not intersect ed by mountain ranges. There ia still much seedless waste of wood, and forest firea are altogether frequent. Indeed, the day most come when the federal government will be einponered to protect onr forest, as well as to give authorilT to replant certain sections, so as to secure a supply of water for rivers wh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 6 October 1881

LOCAL NEWS. Tine T4BLE-A., -T. A F. R. B. bOINO EAST TuMSgrr.. 1:43 a.m. Fassenirer. mtgrant.. Freight..... Freight.... 1 ISr.K. .lUUA.Al. K.W r m. 4.11 A.M. GOING n EST. rassmser. ,3:10 a.m. rASsi-nfit-r ft.V) r.x. hmlgraat..7.t0 A.m. Frel.ht .. ljH r.x. Fn-itlit 1:15 a x. SIcGINMS, Agent. The Ford County District Court has ad journed till December 2 I. Easiness is quite lively in (his city. There is a good f ll trade coming. Chat Ralh'a freight teams are carrying tbU week about 150,000 pounds of freight to Mobeelie, Texas, t M. W. Sutton and K. W. Evans were the delegates to the Senatorial Convection, which was held at Rueell ytsterday. Owirg to the ecarci'y and high prices ol provision', the hoti lkeepers in Trinidad have raited the price of bo.rd 20 and 25 per cent. A light rain fell Tuesday n'ght. The weather this week may be summed op: Windy, fogey, cloudy and rsiny. Wo States has purcha-ed the livery stable formerly kept by Geo. S. Emerson. He will be pleased to meet his frie...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 6 October 1881

DR. JOHN- HILL'S Smttli's Tonic Syrup FOR THE CURE OF FEVER and AGUE Or CHILLS and FEVER. Tha proprietor of this calibrated medietas jaatlr claims for it a superiority over all rata diet ever offered to the public (or thi SATZ, CKXTAIK, SPEED If sad FERaf AaTEJfT cor f Armani Fiver.or Chilli and Tetir, wheth er of shirt cr long standing. Ee referi to th entire Wnttrn end Southern country to bear kirn teitimooj to the truth of the aimtion that In no casi whatever will it fail to cure if tbiiiireiUoni an itrlctlj followed and carried out. In a great many cases a stogie dose has been eufflcieat for a cure, and whole familiei have been cured by a ilogle bottle, with aper feet reitoration cf the (rinenl health. It if, however, prudent, and in ever caie more cer tain to cure, if ite tue ii continued ia mailer dosee for a week or two after the diieaie hai been checked, more especially in difficult aci long-standing caiei. Uioally thii medicine will not require any aid tokeep the boweli in ...

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