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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 6 October 1881

. -T rv t - if HOSE, FARM AND (JA1EDE.X. It is now generally believed that npples keep better in nioUt or damp cellars than in dry ones. A good way to nso nil bits of cold roast beef is to chop them fine and add about a third of tho quantity of cracker or bread crumbs, stir in enough milk or water to moisten it. season well with pepper and salt, then roll in balls or llat cakes, dip in c and fry in butter. To Make Custards to Turn Out. Mix with the yelks of six crs well- bcatcn Uiree ualt-pinu ot new millc, three-fourths of an ounce of dissolved isinjrlass, sweeten, flavor and boil over the lire in a bain-mane until it thickens; pour into a dish and stir until quite cool; then pour into cups to turn out. These you may place upon a dish and surround with jelly. Quince 1'rescrves. fare, core and quarter fine, largo quinces. Lay asido all inferior and badly shaped pieces. Cook the fruit in water enough to cov er, having Erst weighed it. Allow three-quarters of a pound of sugar to every...

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. — 6 October 1881

THE DOD&E CITY TIMES. Preaidtct Garfield wrote lut Norember " There u a tone of sadness rnnniog through this triumph which I can hardly explain" Coir J. L. Drisklll hu Bold to hu wn X W. Drisklil (Bad) hit Wyoming ranch, con taining 2,000 cattle, 70 thoroughbred Short horn bulla, 35 honta and ranch outfit, for $55,000. The horse dutvt prevailing in St. Louis and Chicago at the present time, and now and then afflicting an animal in Kanau Citr, u nothing more nor leu than the hay feter an aesthetic disease among men. The cattle of Custer and Valley counties, Neb., arc dying from tome disease, which is thought to be the foot acd month disease of Great Britain. The malady, what ererit is, ii spreading rapidly among the cattle of that section of that state. The Southern Sutra possess a chicken syndicate. Six firms virtually control the poultry market. The cambined capital la $50,000. Their agent receive 5 per cent for purchases not only of poultry, but egg, butter and sausages. Tbe h...

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. — 13 October 1881

jr DODGE CITY TIMES ."7 SIXTH TEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., OCT. 13, 1881. NO. 282 Prairie bay in selling in southern Illinois at 17 a ton. The wild-pea vine, abundant In Barbour and the western counties, put up as hay is as good aa c-rn. Thnnmds of sheep are difting into Ellis, Trego, and Grove countie ; and it u becom ing an important industry. Wool is advancing and every indication points to big price for the fall clip. We would not be enrprised to see the fall clip bring twenty-five cent per pound. Monday $930 was addei to the Gvfild fund, maki -g a grand toial of $33S,3C0 06. N t ce baa been given that the fund for Mrs. Girfield and her children will closeSttuiday, the 15 h in-t , and en the 17 h a full ltetof eubeciiutiiins will he cjen to the prtw. We think the prettiest story that has been tild In conn-ction wlih the sceres fo'lowing Gen. Garfield's death, is that cf the little Albany girl, who, pasing along the rtreele, her eyes 6lled with nonder t the emblers of monroine, hurrie...

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. — 13 October 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES, j . , KlIIStltirTlilS: :.00 per lnr,li JUrsare. i NICHOLAS 15. KLAIN'K. - Eihtor KWIITFALL. The bush of twilight, far and wld". I'aUs on f be srreen and sloplnr meadows; All tremulous the Mjxns stand. ltr way-wom wpbyrs Hirbtly fanned. Where tbe clear brooklet a rnlmlo tide bcx ps en ward tu the shadows. All diy Ita sun-necked ripples flow "Throtijrh pastures strewn with nay and cloter: Through lonely rlens where alders lean 'Jo kl the dimpled wares, unseen, And t-wrct wild roses blub bslow Tbt biamblet drooplnff ot er! Ily this low bridge and mosvurown fence. In fitful mood its music tarries: While tinted beach-ltaves wide dl.prcad. And clrcllrg swallows merbead Ioelllnlr. till eocb waielct beneo homo lair resection carries. Lp the broad shoulders of the hills H)lt twllltht shadows climb and darken; Jlut on their faces, westward set, A smile of sunset trembles yet. And there a throstle sing, and thrills The world below to hearkenl Far on" the cuekoo's plalnthe...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 October 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. SUBSCEirriOX: fLOOper Ttir.U idturr. NICHOLAS 11. KLAINE. - EniTOir. TUE KIXD OFAIIOSEDUD SHE IS. I'm an onlr-dauahter younjr drU -A 9pit-curl-nd-trlzes younjr jjirL A lanirul-hln, dainty, au-powdercd and painty, Sit-ui-at-clevcn younr EirL I'm a woul l-b3 irsthetlc young- alrl. A dote-on-the-a-ts younjj drl. A poet In embryo, don t-know-a-thinjr-you- knnwr. AH-mi-ihe-urfaco youwr girt. I'm a norc I-readlnjrjoun? irirl, A lic-awaVi-unttr-tbreo youwr girl, A mmanitc. half-crazy, but terribly lazy, I.tt-raa-do-tbt-worfc young fflrL I'm a look-out-for-a catch younir mrl, Asnatch-'cm-upUlclc younir girl. A hair-tlrt-tbe-propualny, and baff-'cm-wnen- dozing. IIold-on-to-;our-gamoyounffirtrL UrvuMin Eagle. OLDER THAXTHE FLOOD, ltulim and Hecorda Pound In a Baby. lonlau Temple Remain, Alao, ot the Hanging tiardena-Tableu ana Tlieir Inaciipllona. The snade of the explorer has once more been busy amid the mounds and ruins of Assyria and Babylonia, and a rich harvest 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. — 13 October 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. OCT. 13. SUBSCRIPTION: CO per year, in adrance, r. B. KIJilKE.edllornadPnbllaber. The coal inicera at Trinidad are still on a strike and a a consequence coal is a scarce article. There is one redeeming feature about Mor monism. Thtt faith does Dot throw the tup- port of a husband on one woman. A certain ccntieinan moat haye been Ty prond of bis wife, when he decribed her lo a friend nccntlj, aa"beaatifoI, dutiful, youth ful, and an armful." The body of a man, a mioer named T. W. Waters, was found hanginz to a tree on the Eegle rirtr, net far from Afen, in Gnnnison countr. On bi bick wis the inscription, written on a piece of birt, "This man hung furrlealicc horses." I'realdcnt Tenner, of the college at Colora do Spring, ascended with seTeral pniftwora and atndenla a hitherto unnamed ak near Colorado Springs and with appropriate re ligious ceremonial named it Mount Garfield. Divorce in the wret has been put to many uses. It was left for an ...

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. — 13 October 1881

LOCAL NEWS. TIJIE TABI-E-A., T. AS. F. K. R. bOIIO EAST. GOING EST. ruu-ngcr.. 1:40 a... rutnrftr..3:10A.ji. ttuxngrr. ! 13 r.u. Passenger. S-V ro. tniiijrnt...ll-i5A.ic. hwljrant. 7:10 Am YnitM k-jur u. i rtibt..,.lr.l r.u. Preutnl 4JJ u. iliht ... l.U ah. J. McGl.SMS, Ajrnt. We are for Simon. Duck hunting is good oa the tomb, eide of the lifer. W. F Pctilljn and family tre located on their new ranch on Duck creek. The foundation U bung laid for 'Wright, Beverlry 4 Cn.'s new warehouse. Several new residences and additions lo dw.llirg hou-ea, are under construction and completion. Io the nr.t w,e ol O.iuhrr 205 can of caiile wtie chipped, a tctal of 4,120 head of ca lie. Cnalk fierrou h.s leceived a car lod of fine tu'ls, which be will place on his range on Hawloi. L. D. WinJer has returned from mining in New Mexico. He reports bi prospects in ibt leniior. W. E. ALdermii ri.ii ped a Urge lot of cattle io Kansas Ciljr l.st wttfc. The cattle were from 11. W. CresswelU lite heid. Sever...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 October 1881

lljglcne or the Feet. i wrapped round the feet insldo the stocW .1 ins for a month. Handsome feet are necessary to the Tvrspirationof the feet is very annoy cntirctyin jihys'.cal beauty, which w e ' i jjat gjm ,e cured by using ammonia defend far more than any picture the jjihe foot bath, work of tho hamU of man. To be hand- When the feet are sore, as from Ion Mine, the first rcrju'uito is that the feet waiting, taVe a tablespoonful of cpsom hUotild bo neither too large nor too ,aitSi i,yC orsixdropj of tincture of cap small, but in proportion to the size of I sicumi an,l put it in a shallow bain of the person to whom they belong. The I water just enough to cotcr the soles nccepieu mea in iiaiiusuiuu iuui. mtiiuci 1 0j tn0 jeel ami SOaK mem lor iweniy to slcnderncs. about tho toes, a high instep, a round rather tnan a mguiicei, and a deep curro or hollow in tho sole. Anatomists tell us. too, that feet of tills sluie are posseed of muscular strength and power in walking superior to t...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 October 1881

There was a "hog car" in the mid tile of a passenger tram in Peoria lately. The father infracted the youngsters how to rush quickly for the car as soon as the gate was open, and each one of them (five) turn over the back of a seat so as to secure four seats apiece on the 9haiiysidc. This they did, and when the whole party of ten, including nurse and baliy, got in, they spread them selves over the whole twenty-six seats on that side of the car, except the end benches. Xo one else could pet a scat on that side without an ngly dispute with both parents and children. The father and mother had four scat', two of them being for their traps and their wraps, and for their feet; two little boys had four scats for themselves and their birdcages and rabbit boxes; a grown up son and a "vounz ladv" daughter each had four seats ; the nurse and baby had lour, and so it went through the family. ... An employer should alwaysmanage to oversee the work which is being per formed. A general and intellig...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 13 October 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. Reports from all parts cf the country ur. roumlioe Sterling iodictle that there will not Le mora than half aa much wheat town u laat year. More attention will he given to stock, trooin corn awl sorgbum. Gaictte. The Osborn county cheee factory of Ghor ham A Armrtrorg, which Lai only been in oj eration four months, in the face of the dam. aging circumstance! of iLc drouth, turned out 9,000 pound of cheeee, that being the product of some forty head of cow. A New England paper appeal for quiet- nes. liberality and decency io the foil cam paign, on the ground that "it i not deemed appropriate, or in good taste at the present time, to indulge in the cu'toraary abase of opponent, or to try to excite passions that will le.d to the reflection tbt the President lielong to one party rather than to the oth er." If there it Mich a thiog aa "luck, either good or bid, it attend the purchase and sale cf cattle a to other action in life. The writer ira loIJ ilurmg the week of ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 October 1881

OMTJIi -" j l d DODGE CITY TIMES. SIXTH TEAK. DODGE CITY, KAS., OCT. 20, 1881. NO. 283 FORD COUNTY FINANCES. The Board ot County Commissioners lift week funded 313,500 of county warrant, helJ by Fred. C. Ilabbell, of D,s Moioe?, Iowa, tawing bonds running thirty years at pii per cent, interest. This leaves about 54,000 outstanding warrant. There is now a county bonded indebtedness of $39,500, making a total outstanding debt of $-13,503. Deluct from this the pinking fund of about fl 000, lea vs a cocnty indebtedness of about 37,500. Since the funding of this indebt-ne-s county warrant or scrip are held at 95 cent, and a, the payment of tixes will bi made mostly in Cah, warrant) will ap preciate to a par value at tax paying time. There is no Mrip for sale at eTen 95 cents on the dollar. The increased awwuii nt of tax able property every year is tending to re duce the tax levy. County exp;nses are decreasing, and laxea will become lighter every year. We should regard Ford county financ...

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. — 20 October 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. WIN? KiniOV: . ir War, la Uinct. NICHOLV5 It. KLAINK. - KntTOit. OVll DEAD VliESWEXT. Woo tm the f ttlni word. When eM-ry Lrssl l stirred with sorrow far too deep for words to tell? Yt asaintd !estns p-looai, Friends whisper in the rnotn. t spent ol blin who II red and died so we!L Nljht relened beside tbe sea. When imirnlnircdiile to the1, l.on7-taltlne bean. i patient and so braict Malil f I1 uiion tby door, I'aln ceaed lorcverroore. Hack to In Maker ul tbo tile lie rove. I-lko mesenirer In iuct. Then started eat and west Two tidal wa-es of sorruw 'round thewcrld. Mlllluusot oes were wet llcfore tbe tldinrs tn(t - When oitno Iiatcrn seal our Haas are furled. Outckly. tbroujrh throbbing wire, Timp waiesor sorrow dire A Woke acroM t he land tbe mournful bells; Men rtiu'cl and could not sleep, j'or, pullnjrtrouf und deep. All hearts tbit knew were ringing funeral knell. Wl-es ?aHsl In husliands' eye. And tear would slowly rl Fouher ub fought with Death so lontr ...

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. — 20 October 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. srr.srnirou.v: .oo pt var. in .Uum. NICHOLAS . KLAIXE. Kditou. SEEK AX1 VXSEEX. A IIREIM Or UTILITIES. I me with sunric. not so lonir am. Tu sirctl the uiurnln air and feast tbo iir&i: Tbo purple cast irrew jrnldcn all uglow w itb quivering, new-bom ligDt. Tbo mornlnir 1 1 lr drew In behind a veil or cieurcr tciuty than the race It kHed: The anient sun ro-3up wibcnnnon trail And drank tho morning mlit. rrom trolden Into cr) stal paed the llirht From amber Into azure cooled the sky The burnished dew tla-hcl softly red and while. To vjnlsh: not to die. The trees met oerwberoI Mood, nnl twined 1 heir fprar tox ther lindon. o ik and bar: The verdure! mountains braced tho dome be hind. r Quick with tbo living day. Iletwcen them, tbo blue ocean, vexed and rude. Dimpled a hundred hues from other sens: And. trnm the gray rocks whero the light house etoo.1, Klow-cd In the salty breeze. The summer lUht warmed upward Into noon( And loped away from 7cnith to the west; ...

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. — 20 October 1881

DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. OCT. SO. TXTP Timinr1 rTTV TTTVrra I w,m 0De "undrea mouaanua ions 01 nay lUXl IsUJUUJJ UilX 1 iilLDO. I to .en thi, fciit Cowley coanly farmera have I " little amnio' " for revenue. Unhealthy cr inactive kidneys cau-e grav el, Erighl'a disease, rheumatism and a horde of other eeriooa and fatal diseases, which can be prevented with Hop Bitlerc, if taken in time. SUCSCIIIIT10N: IS W pir year, in advance. It. B. KLAI.1E. Editor nndPuulLher. TUB SVSFLOWEll STATE. Kanaaa has sained the name of the San' flower State, because her plains are covered with manses ol llowera in every nue. rotia delphla North American. The Bute of Kassai has not yet gained permanently a pet came. The "Central State" baa txen proposed, and some people have called it the "Jaybawker State," but neither these or any other name has "stuck." The North American's etatcment ia not a bad suggestion. The sunflower ia a concpicu oua feature in the Kansas, landscape, and there ia something in the gay...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 October 1881

LOCAL NEWS. TI.HKTABI.E-A.. T. A . P. K. B. DOltO AT rsaarngtr.. l:iA.it, l'aengrr...l ISr.M. Emigrant. ..ll.-O&A.li. riirt 8 JO r.n. FrclKftt 4.30 A.M. GOING TST. Fasaentrer. .3:10 a.m. J'aasetiger. 2M TM. Enilxrant. 7:10 a jn. Krelf M....l-'1 r.M. Frelxbt. .. 1:45 AX. , SlcGlNN'lS, Agent. More dwelling house U the universal opiniin. The weather is calta anil serene, after Tuesday's cv fl'ct- Wild fowls are emigrating southward. Time to povide for fires. Wag d 1 d of cotton, ra Bed in the vi cinity, are lo be seen in Oiwego almoit daily. J. M. Prtea sold 8.0.0 Uad of sheep to a deilrr in I'ocblo. lie has gone to deliver the sheep. No service at Uuion cLurch next 8ibbath mori ing Subject for evening, "The Wed ding G.rm-M." Tw Iowa children who have pink eyes on hardly Bee in the delight, but can pick up n p n io the datkest night. '1 here w.s a. heavy whi.e frost Tuesday morning. Thin ice formed. The tempera ture thtre looming ir quite congralial. Henry Gin- exhibited a beet, on...

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. — 20 October 1881

A Corner In Black Calico. Tbo fluctuating price of mourning pooh sinoo the snooting ol I'residcnt (iarlield afiottU a nipial illustration of tbo eagerness with which tradesmen jtcckto profit by public necessity. There have been three or four cca?ions re cently when speculators have bought up largo quantities of gooils with tho design of cornering the market. Then the mills wouM be set atnorfc to make up tho leEcIcney. Kaclitiniu that there was a report ot tho probable death of the l'residcnt tho mourning goods would sell rapidly. It is reported that ono man, not in the trade, bought 2.10 caes of black prints for a rise. An other bought ISO cases; another 100 cases- The price of theso goods roso from 4J cents to CJ cents per jard. Had it not been for (he long delay before tho death of the President the market would have been controlled by tho speculators. Hut e cry time tne spec ulator!! bought the market down cloo the mills got a clianco to catch up. Many of these goods have been sp...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 October 1881

I An Interesting Exhibition. An international exposition in the field of public hygiene and life-3ving ij arranged to take place in 'Berlin next vear, to continue from June 1 to Oct. 1. It will cover exhibits relating to soil and air, streets,' roads, and public parks; sewape and drainage,' public water supplies and illumination; food supplies in large cities, public washing and laundry establishments, free baths, school building", dwelling, tenements of the poor; factories and other build ings in which large numbers of persons labor; inns, restaurants and coffec 1ioums; chemical, powder, and other manufacturing establishments of a sim ilar character; rural dwellings for the poor, country places for residence, nu triments, travel by railway, steamboat, electricity, and with horses; clothing, contagious diseases, institutions for the sick and disabled, funerals, cemeteries and morgues, and veterinary medicine and surgcrv. The department of life saving will embrace exhibits of an equa...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 20 October 1881

THE DODGE OITY TIMES. Lamed marktt ahawi that wheal tellj at from 80c. to $L05; broem corn, 75 to $112; corn, 85c; at, Mc.; rice corn, 65c. CbroDoacopc Everybody io tb city should be careful to attend to tie cleaning oat of their fluea. rvi4 will toon be here and the stovea will be blacked op to look nice, bat to tee about the flue i mere urgent. ACarcvsot brought to thucity Monday last two wagon loada ol Woom corn, wmcu he disposed of for $300. He also baa 210 bushela of fine wheat, for which be is offered fl.12 per bu. Lamed Cnronoecope. The seven hundred foot boring for coal at Wichita hat reached, not coal, hut alt water. That ''deep Tain," which hu been talked about o mucn in Kansae, is a delusion which hu coat a grtat deal of money. The liablliliti of the First National Bink of Kaneaii Citr. which failed in 1S78, hare been iaid dollar for dollar. It i said that the Mttlement cast Mr. Howard M. Ilolden $125,C0O of hit private fortnee. THE TOPEKA DAILY CAPITAIa. Smt rointt Jffcj...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 27 October 1881

JZlc HU4 t c. DODGE GITY TIMES SIXTH YEAK. DODGE CITY, KAS., OCT. 27 1881. NO. 284 BAILBOAD THEOUGH INDIAN TEBBITOBY and PANHANDLE. A ri road thioug h the Indian Territory, extending through the Pn Handle, and connecting t Albnqoerqoe with California route, and another road tanning to Mexiro, are among the probabilities A railroad in the Pan Handle wUI be advantageous in aone respect to the stock interests, and in other ways may be detrimental to the larr B'ock raisers. A railroad through the Pan Handle will draw immigration to that sec tion. The Settlement of that country will in time interfere with the herding of thu im mense herds of ciltle,xceptupoo land held by the owners of Mock. The proposed Ctlt fornia extension of the St. Louis and San FrancirCo road will run from Vinita to Al buquerque, where it will connect with the Atlmiic and Pacific The line will traver through the Pun Handle at a line about 183 mile) aouth of DuJge City. Thu route will curtail the shipping interests a...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 27 October 1881

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THUKSDAY. OCT. 27. SUBSCIUI110.N i M oo per year. In a4Tnw. If. . KUalNK. Editor .ndPobllaleer. At the Backend ConTcstion, held it Ni agara Palls, good deal mi id about an other financial reTuUion. Mr. John Thomp son thought we might hire oce within i cou ple of years' time. Hot Mr. Thompson it wrong. There mar be stock panics; indeed the occur two or three timet a year whether times arc good or bad. Bat a financial re Tukion, each as that of 73 i fortunately a rare occurence, and is not to be expected for many yean to come. There can be no gen eral refusal to pay debt, for that is what a panic amounta to, until everybody M in debt. People have generally made money for the last three yean, and are not as yet mortgag ed up to tbeir eyes. A theory of panics which finds acceptance may be thus explained. The natural Increase of wealth in any conn try is about two and a quarter per cent, per annum. But we hire been psym; in this country for the ue of mon...

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