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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 February 1882

LOCAL NEWS. MKTAB1K-A., . . PKFAUTUBES ITttOM DOUCE CTTT. OOI-.OWE.T. OOCIOBAST. f...nrr S 10 a.m. raseenirtr... 1:35 ajn Ty.T&UI.' & JV Way treiKht 4:li m. Tl Wrtther continue fine. Rel lh pem head.d "The Last Hymn." The tuwuhip elect.on passed of without any blood BeT. N 8. BocLncr preaches otthe Union cbuich this eWrning. J. M. PuiM he erected dwelling home on Mi itirf Avenue. Smith 4 Ell hre opened the restiurant foria.rly occupied by T. J. Draper. Wm. A Fuimin ha opened a barber chop aitjoininaT KojeieoD.' store. The Wriithi House will be opened to the traveling public in a few days. G.iitsaa swing from the tertestial sphere Jar e 30. He will be hang on that dy. The anti-ptotiibition candidates for Jos tiers ol the peace were elected In Speaieville township. Of the 3U.000 boyi who visit the saloon inthiwgo, 18,000 are members of Sunday School. Th- Lo u Club will give a Masquerade Bill, F.id.y nie.hu Feb. 17lh. Thif will bcantlegaLl affair. M.,.U.naar reaaun i near at hi...

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. — 9 February 1882

Rlsmarrt'.s Spies. Prince Bismarck excels in tlio em ployment of a particular class of ppies, ho anj l.novi n to liia country men :u reptiles." 'J Iiey are Miam revolution ists, vliosu Imsuievs it is either to get on to the staff of It.ulic.il newspaper, or to j'ijr a leading jiart in Socialist electoral eoimiittee?. The !i-tist of inankiii'l ntwmidfif the atrocious sen timents )i:t fortli hr Herman Socialist iicwupjjMra would, no doubt, lio greater than itii, if one ouiild pet rid of the MisjticTo'n that nmiv of thc.e incendi ary article? are written Tiy "reptiles" foflht-'oinv'S tmrtK-e of brinrins tho llailicai pirtviuto iiuni. Thry or.uc.il I llieirgimeso-vrcll that often "they are ! llmi" iiilo'iristli for their writing, .anil i acquire a srent popularity ai martyr to the popular cause, whence it nay he fviiieluJetl that the paj they reei-iio fr6:n the "fi'prile" fund fs larc. Nolbilr-would ean to he locked -up Jong iir ar I iennan 'fortress for iiipro' liri'iiil joid dico.-e. ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 February 1882

HOME, FAIWt ASD (MKDEN. The convenience of a low mantel milicicntlr balances other reasons in favor of a'hilier shelf. It vbuM be much better if horses were trained to walk fast, rather than to trot ami run. A farmer ntetU jjooj walking, but cares nothing for 2:10 trot tinjr. Hiickwhcat enkes are improved for some people by mixing the bnckwhc.it nith jjrnliam Hour. Put about onc Ihinl graham with it. Start the cakes at niht with yeast. Cracks in buiMins, especially in tlioe where stock is to bo wintered. Mionld be stopped. Xo farm animal can bo prolitahly kept in a barn or hed through which the wind whistles at will. Knanitled rloth makes a neat and1 useful cuveriu;; for the wiile lower shelf in the pautry w hero bread and cake aro cut. It is useful also, and looks well on the kitchen table, and can bo kept abso lutely clean with tittle trouble. Writing of the effect of food on llcs.li and ejrfTS a correspondent of the Toronto (tlvlie cites the fact that these products of fowls kept...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 9 February 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES- The outlook for a railroad through King min daring the jear ia tery bright, and while there ia nothing positive known of the intention of either of the road that are heading thiaway, yet it ia reaacnably certain that they will be moving westward, and that loo, aa aocn aa practicable. The people in Wichita, many who two yeara ago were the meat bitterly opposed to the building of the Frlaoo road on weat from Wichita, sew ate that their f Qture eupremacy a a city depends nnnn a western outlet. The people of weat- ern Bedgwich haie alwaya been in faror of the issuance of the bonds for the road, and it ia, therefore, not improbable that thia road will build on went to a connection with the Bant Fa Ihia year, especially now that there will aoon he a parallel line in the Ft. Scott- ivingman Ctlizen. The biggett cattle yarn of tbe season cornea from Texas. It ia nid that a email boy went out one day and killed twelve 'pos aume. Going to town the next day he sold hia 'c...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 February 1882

I)fe7. MtU . C f DODGE CITY TIMES, c SIXTH YEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., FEB. 16, 1882. NO. 300 T. C. OWEN, PHOTOGRAPHER, DODOK CITS', KAH. Uma and Photographs taken at the trot on lli south side of the railroa I track. ilec?3 Notary H.M. CLARK, Public and Justice of the Peace, 8PKARKVII.I.E, KAXsJAS. Particular attention givm to business In the U.S. Land Office. Collections promptly s.ttend. ed to. "OLD HOUSE" SAMPLE R003I, DSDUE CITV KAH8AH. FEED. SINGER, Proprietor. THE CHOICEST LIQUORS. WINES AND CIGAnS. MEAT MARKET. FRED. MARTIN Has recently refitted his shop, near the depot, enabling him to handle larger quantities of meal in hU enlarKed stand. THE cnOICEUT COK.t FEDHKEF always on band. FKESH SAUSAGE AXU COON" BEEF the best In the matket. Cire me a call. DodzeClty. Kal. noil STOCK BRANDS. We will insert block Itnnils on liberal terms. and respectfully solicit order. n .it JT.7H BKVKRtEY A HOSB. 1'ostoffiaca: Dodgr City. Km. and Ifu Hole. Ku. Ranch on IUue He). lUrfc co,t Ha. Cattln ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 February 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES i fiabscriptioni $2 per year, in advance. "NICHOLAS B. KXAINE. EDITOR WJUT IS TJIATi "What Is that, mother, that comes from tho um, Frairranl awl stronir. as we pot It In turn! "An l:ilulun or leaics fmru fur Cathay, I.eaicof the aMeraii'l leaves of the hay. With a twanjr, and full natural, Just as It vhoul'l be, . ArnJ 1 think that there inay lie some leaves of the tea." What Ik that, mother, BocnMly blue, Like a wintry skv of autre hue.' "That Is milk of the coy, that mixture, my le.r. The milk uf tho chalk xlt nn 1 pump that Is "ear. That wouM not bo ownott liy a sensible cow, lor she never could make It; she wouldn't know how," "What la that, mother, yellow as iroMt "llutter, my hoy: tiol the butter of ol L In the he-day of youth wesuM tit for tat, Twas a nroithccy when wo said, butter for fat: That I butter, tu thoso whom tho sculler calls Ktveu: To the elect. It is oJnaralne-. "What Is that, mothcrT Tis the pepper of trale. But the Niplonly knows of what I...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 February 1882

zmn . t. i j.i TJUi UUDGE CITY TIMES Subscription, $2 per year, in advance. NICHOLAS B. KXJUNE, EDITOR. K.li?HJ TOLKMiXED LOVER. What,lr I "cannot think!" Although Tbnchi.rjrl tnip If Jod h-w act Tbl-t seal and willttl to malt ine so. Then our reproaches, my regret. Are toth far wronjf. At this point let us trtjty And face the truth, but after jro our way. I cannot th'nW ? Nor cither fH ?i IVrchance jou'll add. My tones a'rolow; No Inward tremor I ree.iU Hut jeiik the wonN calmly nnlfdow. Itr-niemb-T, ir. It U a month or moru iinculirt jousoidthL. Tears uud cries are o'er. I cannot think;" here, once for all, SIeo rthehojK. and let m pass. MiKhiu nn ")'". I'll Ji'rt falP' . IloroiYy.irfvt und wail: ''lur If mental breadth jou ak. no help urn I Meet for a man like you; then pontine by. I cannot think;" yc. nudid try. And falL I'm RrHtefuI t ou now. And hall 1kmit, though I tlh. If parting- liurd, ouH still allow The p tt th it trracc omo paiu may well oon- ii?t With full content In s...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 February 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. FEB. 1. SUBSCRIPTION: S IrTr, 'n adranee. . ". KUIIIB.KI'w smcl rmitr, .-a-l-TT.Ic MANOE CUBE. Lawrence Wilson, of Soldier creek Ranch Vm.i-l rountT. sends to the Medicine Lodge Creieet the following care for the cat tle mm. Th. .nnmerh ol the disease i osuail- first obserred about the root of the tail and lau.Vnfihe shoulders, where the cattle can rub and acratch beat. At theae pointa the hair firat coma ofT, and then the skin cracks, .A h, .lmnst constant irritation, br licking, r.,,in with the teeth and rubbing with thehorni,the diseased part becomes raw and Uoodj, and when taken in connection with the poterty ilricken condition of the animal make it an object ol anjtning pui admiration. I here obser-ed that when this mange gel a good foothold on an aninial it spreads rapidly and reduces the Utah in the aame proportion, and, cons-qnenllT, like diaeasa wbirerer found, ie beat handled when taken in eaily stages. As aoon aa I could do o, a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 February 1882

LOCAL NEWS. ' ! T1II.C-A.. T-iK 1.1 DhrAirrnm.i kom iuik.k city. MUG WEST "OINO r.AT. ru'i n?er....3 10 a.m rwnr... 1 J3 ajn Eml-raflt... 7:10 ju r migrant lwlS a m Way Vrcight sja.m UaytreisliU U m M. W. Sutton w iu Topeks this week on busii.es. N.-1-on Adams, of Lamed, was io the city yesttrdiy. H. F. May epeut a lew days in Denver TwnnS relative". Cs. Dients is erecting W&t front Street. a residence on W. E. Anderson and lride Lave taken a wedding tour to California. Not passenger was killed on the Sinta Ke null during 1SS1. The number of Cattle in the drive this year is estimated at over 200,000 head. Uo. Tabor, of Colorado, has an income of W;W0 per day from one of 111 mine. Vie nty of shade tret? would add greatly to the beauty and value of all property in this tty. Mw A. B. Webster leaves this week for VTisvunsin, where ebe will remain for some time. O. E.Torey has returned fiom several months visit eai-t, and returns to hi cattle rnin.li in the Pan Handle. The Dodge City...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 February 1882

The Effect of Irrigation In California. The irrijalion of largo tracts of land in somo of tlio Njutlicm countioi of Cal ifornia ha pnxlnceil malarial disease to such an alarming extent as to present a scrioiu problem in connection with tliu further .nuttlcinent of that region. Most of thij lands in Fresno, Tulare and Kern counties that have been subjected to Irrigation are of the clas frequently termed desert lands; without irrigation they are utterly valuclest for agricult ural operations but with it their pro ductivity U ato:ibhing. Since the lat ter fact has been demonstrated there lias bogtni a large immigration into the counties nairti.il, ami uxU'n"ie irriga tion works liavu lieen constructed at heaw expense. Tlie possibility of thills and feer nxi not thought of m connec tion ith the handy (.oil and dry climate of the region until the malarial symp tom nude their amiearancc. " The progn-R of the ague for the last two years has been rapid and general, and, as irrigation haj co...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 February 1882

A Flre-Hnnntctl Man. Mr. James Minor, a wealthy bachelor of Nelson County, and brother of Hon. "William K. Minor, of this county, pos sesses a Mstorv so mnch out of the com mon run that It is well worthy of being put on record. He is literally a fire naunted man. All his life he has been persistently followed by a series of strange fatalities that are in themsclTes almost enough to cause the superstitious to look upon his visits as something to be dreaded. At the decease of his father he inherited the homestead farm, the duelling on which was at that day one of the finest residences inKclson County, having been erected at acostof $10,000. It caught fire and was consumed to ashes, lie erected a new house at a like cost, only to become in itsturu food for the hungry flame. He subsequently engaged in the lumber business and lost a large and valuable lot of lumber by fire. Ho then visited his brother, residing in Holt's Bottom, this county, and in two cr three days after his arrival the...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 16 February 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. There are 4,000,000 sheep in Texas, and tkt j are ralued at $13,800,000. Knee brec cher, It is and, ill be the proper caper nextaesson. Thank GoJ we are in the Ut Wert. Woman may baTe bren made afier man, bat it will hardly be denied that man haa been after woman eyer since. . Kacsu hai 30 daily cewsrmjierB and 318 weeklies. The s tate would be benefitted ii the number could be cut down bj one-half. One of tbe legend upon the wall of tbe room in which the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association held ita recent annual meeting was, "Talk to jour cow aa jou would to a lad." A Texat man who tied one end of a rope around Li waist and lassoed a cow with tbe other, reports that "at first he thought he had tbe cow, but at the end of the first half mile he became convinced that the cow had him." Senator l'lumb haidone a wise and gener ous act in relition to Iu.linn depredations in the wes.ern pari of the state a few jeats ago; and asks tint the poor settlers be reuiuner atel f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 February 1882

c-L DODGE CITY TIMES. SIXTH TEAR. DODGE CITY, KAS., EEB.23, 1882. NO. 301 T. C. OWEN, PHOTOGRAPHER, OODGKICIII', KAN. nn and Photographs ultra t the tent on the. eouth aide of the railroad track. drcS H. M.CLARK, Notary Public and Justice of the Peace, PEAREVII.LK, KA5MA1. Particular attention pieen to business in the U.S. Land Office. Collections promptly attend ed to. i t OLD HOUSE SAMPLE BOOM,', BODGE CITV KAWSAI. FRED. SINGER, Proprietor. THE CHOICEST LIQUORS. WINES AND CIGARS. MEAT MARKET. FRED. MARTIN Has recently refitted hi hop, near the depot, enabling him to handle larger quantities of meat in hi enlarljed tand. TUB CHOICEST COBS FED BEKt? always on hand. FIlEsII SAU3AGE AXD CORN BEEF the best in the market. Glre me a call. DodieCity, Km. nofl7 OSCAR TKEYALLEE, BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, (John Mueller's old stand. DODGE CITV -KANSAS DODGE CITY TOWN CO. Town Lots for Sale. Prices to Suit all Parties. Apply to FHEB. T. M. WBPJIE, Agent immm &5aK" :rM BICE'INIW Triumph Steamer....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 February 1882

THE DODGE CITT TIMES Subscription, $2 per jear, in advance. ' NICHOLAS B. KZ.AINE FJITO THE AUTUUX OF LIFE. The old man alts a hi eottaire door, Inthoa-lenmoribe dyinx day; HI beirt la calm as the allent shore, VV hen the winds hav e puased away: Ills thoughts as till an the. f niRTant breeze That blapers or jiiice to tbe azure teaa. Hi I the beautyof earthandair. The plow of the twIlUbt hours; Il feels that (rlory rverywbere In hrcathina from vtoodiand flowers: Andhla heart aroajflyounir, tbiaih his years are old. At the oiidrjuasia;btof the, sunset jruMI For Memory rome with a ircntle ban1!. And tearetb m ranej'a w Intra HI IboUirhta to brrfivsn immortal land. Where I Le at forever ainxs Of Jov a that broThlen.-d tbe fair daya fled. Ere friendships f aded with friend lomr dead. And the Tart, though aad, for tbo lot e that is icone. Is awe t to the old man's mind; Lke the b.rds that sain? in tboso year?, bare flown Th b.K- be halb left behind ; Y t Memory bring from fat h l)--gone ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 February 1882

I THE DODGE CITY TIMES Subscription, $2 per year, in advance. NICHOLAS B. KLAINE, EDITOR. THE LITTLE MAX. A little man, hi brand-new -u t Of clothe from out the More; Xnr hjietkf ilirt itr t tin of fruit Hit mitt tfiiruit-hH burp. JItJjeUtmidhettrotmr1were , J Hw tlr-t. and xpit k and p in; And pr.de hniii eterU-scd its spur Lin thU tittlu mati. And frit h prouder thin a Kin In hi complete .irniy; Tn m round th' p-iriorswin;r Va be turthin n pi iv. pin lus tnnirKn.JkPt thru-t, Mttkefurc, -erebnth huhitid-. And ruber he with cent in tru-t Than owner lur-fe of land-. " IMpii." li crlU iw Mopped he hort Ite-dde hi- fat her Unev " I'iij-!, me l v - tiw o- buuht 'K-e nice new to-? forme; And, ni.i;niny, me ! V.il dd boy. An' tecp vq toes teun; Midonn Im mepootj toy. To p.iy in hu- 1 mean. Me on'y t.i v a 'ittlo Wile, An turn icht in aden. An ilen till dinner me will p'ay Ith I Mimic Hay mi lien. M u p my to-e u te.tn. papa. Mditntidem no dirt; Me do away Tom hou- not fir. An 'nn'tfell do...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 February 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. THURSDAY. FEB. 23. SUBSCUIITION: MOO per year, in advance. It. m. MAINE. Kdltor ml FablUber. THE GREAT JAY GOULD. The country U fall of the doing of this great little mm. Personally he is one of the poonst specimens of the Jgenui homo one would tee in a day's journey on the streets of a Urge city. He is net much over 5 feet 2 in;hes in height, and weight about 105 pounds. He i a sickly man, always ta king medicine. He i unimpressive in man ner, and hie a dared, ehxmed look, aa if he .Imiisd criticism. He is dark, swarthy, and his has has a Jewish ca.t. He was called on to speak recently at a railroad meeting in Boston, tut he simpered and summered like a school boy. He could only utter a few words, when he eat down con fused. Yet this little, feeble, sickly looking fellow is one of the most daring speculators of the age, and the moil wonderlul manipu inn of stacks lcnoan to the history of Wall street. He controls properties estimated to be worth $40...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 February 1882

LOCAL NEWS. tiu tabTk-aTTt. A . F. U. 1 DKFAKTUBES HSOiI DODGE CITY. ssorao mi. Passenger... 3 10 a.m. Faasenger. ..3swp.m. Emigrant... 7 40 a.ni Through F't liio p ra. War W"J".- coiso CAST. Passenger.... 1.35a. m I'aaaenger 12 13 u m 1-migrant. lu- a. m. Through 'i fc.50 p m. WayirelgbtelS mm Give ua a rest on bill Local sensations are team. Lrccal news i dull and scattering. The fruit buds are damaged by the late freeae, will be ihe general cry. Now come tbe season lor the wild prairie winds and tbe march hares. The winter struck February in its alow march from Ihe Polar region. Rev. A. S Buizell has gone Eat. Rum or hu it that he returns in double bliss. Frost returned with hu National Trail. Iti looks flit. The convention squeezed if. Rev. J. H. Schlichter, of Sterling, will preach in the Presbyterian cburcb rtxtSun day evening. C. M. Beeson's uicbtetra will furnih the music for the stockmen's ball at Caldwell, on the 21 of March. A good brick-maker and contracor will End an op...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 February 1882

i last two acnuMlioin slio lias nevcT j noil until tin (-cason. MJItSONMI, AXI) MTEKAltr. VennysotCt almost constant com panion is now, ai it hat been for many j cars,- liw laj liii. Dr. Mary Walker recently callcil upon I'resWent Arthur. In addition to her masculine suit tie dons a fashion able sjlk.li.it and carries a small enne. Tim CJsa Walt Wliitman, tho poet, lias a i Jftupurary jilacc of retreat ilown in llie .Jersey woods in Camden County, i here lie liics weeks at a time, etcry day in 'llie open air. lie told a friend lately j Hint tlic trsr just ended was tlicliest lie , ljiil spent iueu lib paralysis, nine jean. , Z- , Itcjw.iks well for constitution and liniatv tliat tlie l!t'v. W. H. Alexander siml wife, veteran inisiionaries to the j ainhvicli Inlands, in recently cclebrat ln their golden wedding could saj-tli.it , f tlit'irunlilron and tweiity-ninorancl--cliiMmn they had only lost one, an in fant grandchild,' in tifty jears. .lames Wallack, the actor, wore Xo. 7 thin'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 February 1882

HOME, FARM AD GARDEN. One of the first things a farmer's wife shouliUearn, if she has not already learned it as a farmer's daughter, is to drhe and harness a horse. Xecr carry scissors or a crochet needle in your pocket without taking the precaution to put the point of the sciors in. an empty spool; and the needle can be inserted in a cork. A llannel cloth dipped into warm foip-uds and then into whiting and ap plied to paint, will instantly remote all grea'e and dirt. Wash with clean water and dry. The mot delicate paint will not beinjured, and will look like new-. A large number of planters are en paged in the cultivation of figs in the Mate of ArLan i, and so far with suc cess Mr. 0. II. Wilson, of Drew Coun ty, has a tine orchard, and a s that his experience gne to show that ligscan be grown in Arkan-.w at a much cheaper rate than anyother place. German Way of Fry ing l!eef Steak: Pound out the steak a little, salt it and fry quickly with hot lard on both sides, l'our off the lar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 23 February 1882

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. THE WIFE'S COMMANDMENTS. 1. Thou thill hire so other wife bat me. 2. Thou ditlt Dot take into thy house any btactifal brazen image of a wniBt girl, to bow down to her and erre her, for I am a jealous wife, Tuiling, etc 3. Thoa shall not taVe the name of thj wife in rain. 4. Kemember tby wife to keep her re spectable. 5. Honor thy wife'a father and mother. C. Thou ibalt not fret. 7. Thou ahalt not find fault with your dinner. 8. Thoa tbilt not chew tobacco. 9. Thou ehalt not be behind thy neigh bor. 10. Thoa ahalt not bt out after nice o'clock at night Gives cr Jir Docions: "I it pomible that Mr. Godfrey Id up and at work, and cured by no simple a remedy?" "I assure you it ii true that he is entirely cured, and with nothing but Hop Bitten; and only ten dayi ago hi doctor gare him up and eaid he must die!" "Well-a-dajl That'a remarkable! I will go lliis day and Ret some for my poor Geor ge, I know hops are good. Became it adds lo personal beauty by re storing col...

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