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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 November 1879

FKO.X .SITTIXG.BULL'S CAMP. We heard tliaMvliita men and soldiers Talking bj Machine iy. were trvinr to take the Ute Indians' , intmirw with Shunk Hon-, Rmutir ' country. Black Moon and Sitting-Ball A speaking machine has been made forrenmndeiico'of ioaiClt-JouraaU ( nt "iem wonl, by Conner, that if they by 51. Faber, a Frenchman. 31. Gariel 1'ine Uiveu AflENCV, 1). T., October desireil to they could come and live with (writes of it in the Jour mil lie Physique T. Lart nijrht the Captain of the Police us tho same a$ AVliite Bird and tho Xez j that it consl-U essentially of three parts informed the .rcnt that Skunk Ilorc . l'eree. If theAVhite Mother would let i a Wowins arranzement, an apparatus (Xiirthern Sioux Indian) who left the j u fipht we would come over and hunt ' for producing sound, and an artieulat- OKI ..U'U VIUUU IJCIluy on lilt! 1I1--Ulin I " .u apiu u ui-... jihcb auu uw j iu .ij'uaiaius. iud ...at, m;uus a vul- Kiver, in the fall of 1878, with Uijrarmy. Black Moon's ...

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. — 1 November 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. 8ATURDAY. NOV. 1. SUBSCBIITION: 12 00 per year, in advance JtrlCHtfLAa m. KUMB, Bdltor. wool GBownra. We have watched with considerable inter rat the progress of this important industry; and long (o we noted the probable devel opment of the wool growing burioest. Oji conjectures have proven correctly; and we are pleased to see the growth of the wool crowing interests. The correspondent of the Leavenworth Timta writing from Larn ed,iaj(: Wool growing haa become a lead ing and profitable business in the Arkantu Valley, and in no one county is it more successfully prosecuted than in Pawnee. In 1878 there were 6,383 ehtep in the county, being an increase over the number 1877 of 1,185. I hare not been able to procure the figures as to the wool clip of 1878 and 1879, bui for 1877 it amounted to 18,686 pounds. The mild climate, the well watered country and almost limillea) range make this coon try a most suitable place to raise sheep. Al ready the attentio...

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. — 1 November 1879

rt Sevcro Drought. The Champion says the Ohio river is low er thin it Ins been tor twenty years. It can besily itaded at hundred of points be tween Pittsburg and Cincinnati. The stage l water has not teen auffiiltct for the trans portaiion of coal since Jul, and the conse quence is that the pries ot that commodity in Cincinnati has doubled since that time. Time iii i.ot enough coal on band in the yaid to supply the demand for ten day. If ll.ere are no heavy rani within that lime Cincinnati will be dependent for euptlies upon the rai'road, at whatever cost of trans ports'! in they ma chcoio to adopt. At Pitt-burg every cralt on the river that can b: converted to such u-e is filled with coal vailing for the riee. The accumulation is the gnatest that Las ever gteen known, amounting to over 18, 00,000 bushel. The drought is bf ginning to have serious eflccf upon the crowing wheit. It has brought the Ifasiin fir, which in many localities in Southern Indisn is doiog great miechie', The ar...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 November 1879

mmiiE shall tjie babvs dim ple BE Ov r the cradle, the xuothc r huns, f tl cTooninjr anlniiilMr Minir, And the-t-wtrt thci-imple words she wing AUtlieomlnif loin-; h.korrhin,orknucldjor knee, A Uff tdtall th babyV dimple b-? In rv shall tin" aiu.t 1 An-;, r ret When h com dow n to thubaby-Vnct? here hall the ui,rt fa touch i main Ulu.it hcaunk.nsifiy babeajj-ain-" Still as he bent flnl minz o low A murmur Into her inuIc broke, Andt-hc jiiiiiM-U to Lear, lor obe could but know Tlio baby's angel f poke. " fheek or i hin, or kiiw kl- or knee, ht re r-lMll the babyS dimple Ik;' here shall nu iln r fall and re-t i ben I enntc down to the baby's ne-i Where 1ih11 my fin;nTi touch remain "tt h ii I awaki it 3 imr bal opaln MU nt the moth' r at and dw elt leftist In th fw e t di liy of choice J And then by htr baby -id che kntlt. And sanjc with pIa--anttoK-e "Not on the, limb.Oanir. ldar futftbe charm with It's, youth will disappear; Not mi the clietk hall the dimph In?, V or thn barbnrlii? ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 November 1879

II HINTS FOR THE HOUSEHOLD. The Table. A nice vtav to cook enrruts i imrh- to clean' them, tio in a bunch and boil in the up. (iems: Four big spoonfuls corn meal, two of line ilour, one cup of sugar, one-half cup of butter, one cup of sour milk, oi!a to eetcn it, salt to taste, two ejrg, telks and whites beaten sepj- rately. I his w in make tw elve genisj Sweet Potatoes : lioil the iwtatoes until tender, peel, cut lengthwise, put) flat side tlown on a greased pan andj place in a iiol uen. .is inu joi:iues i begin to cnit, baste w ith a little melted I butter. Ilepcat until nicely-browned., Kaised Bicuit : Make a sponge w ith one imart of water, anil one jeast cake, a little salt; when light, add'half a tea cupful of melted butter, one egg, and knead well but not too stiff with flour; let it rise, ami then make into biscuit, and bake on tins. Baked Kgg Plant: Cut it into slices three-fourths of' an inch thick Tind lav in -alt water for an hone on more. tVipe the pieces dry and dip in...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 1 November 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. 8ATUKDAY. NOV. 1. LOCAL NEWS. ESTEBEO JLTTIIE 1'OfTOKKICK AT DoDOE Crrr, Kansas, as ecoii-cxaj Mail MATTl.K. Native bsy worth $16 rt Ion delivered a West Li Anions. Fivecoupanir f the 19th Infantry, un der Cat. Withers.il, have joined Col. Hatch t Kurt Garlsnd. Kcighard A Stales are putting cp a line building adjoining their quarters at the aoath cod of tht bridge. The Independent ticket i adding strength very day; and it election I generally con ceded bf those who know. Walnuts vere aelling from the wagon a' thirty centa a bushel in Leaveoworth. A few hundred bushels would aell well here. Cap). Ceo. Dennett, Q. M. D., C 15. B., wai tooting hi baioo with the boy in thia city on Sunday and Monday. HI geniality ia sf yore. The I'ueblo Chieftain rare a braea band from Dodge City, aided by home talent, will plav for the firemen' inapection on the 6th of November. Emanuel Dubba, formerly a resident of Ford county, ia County Judge of Wheeler county, Text....

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 November 1879

ssi (t&c-'PT' y ( VOIi. VI. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, NOV. 8, 1879. NO. 26. DODGE TIMESr m vlT 1-" PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON & COLBORN. M. W. SUTTON. K. T. COLBORX. AVTtlHBVIt AT MW, DODGE CITY. KAN. Ofuee In rost OfUce Building. HARRVE. GRYDEN. ;atibjiev at caw. dodge city. kas. Will cractioe in the State and Federal Courts. GEO. A. KELLOGG. ATTtBrai AT MV, DODGE CITT, KAV. Will practice in tb several courU of the State. Office in Globe nuildmjr. E. F. HARDESTV. ATTBBIfEY AT UV, DODGE C1TT, KANSAS. Will practice In State and federal Court. Office aecond door wrst of 1'ostoffiee. W. F. MASON. PHTMICIAIV Alfa MVBQB1V, DODGE CITY. KANSAS. Orders mar be left at rringert Drug Store. Unidenee east end of.JlitiUrr avenue. BKINKMAN. BROS. & WEBSTER. .VMBEB BBALKBS. DODGE CITY. KAS. Tarda tooth of Bailroad track. CBftTKIUflAI. BABBBB BP. GEORGE DIETER. Proprietor. Charing, Shampooing and Hair Coining done in the latest fashion. JOHN WERTH. civil Kiiotnr.Bu. DODGE CITT, FORD CO.. KANS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 November 1879

rmni.TAnilPr) PITV 'PMircl nip will answer for a large district, the TIlMDOlXjtf Oil i iJJlhb: product divided efQiJly between the .. f.inncr'ainl the manufacturer vviTTjield wiKiCKirniw: NICHOLAS if. KLAINE, $iOrr Itar.ln AdTANtr. Editor. the farmer $30 an acre for his cane. American Sorghum Sugar. The statements made ly Gen Of . .course, when the production ot sorjruum , . . . . . shall become measurably as lareens tliat ' Apropos 01 uie r ' I of comthe cost of converting .tiiccams JSi Mr- r" ' "?" a-t-.-... -.";.":.i":f-T.t-:ii iiS.i.ikni whose success with sin 111 .-SII-.U jUIla llllll Itlll tJ lll ILMII'l"! FAKX TOPICS. ''the inarketNvith onlyone winter's feed- i - . ng. -This wasa prcat-iniproremcnt in choice ok soil am. locatiox ioittIie cost of pork; but there waaanin- crnvnrnniK (surmountable objection to the China. man anions swinencrus-r-umeonld not aWlierry planting travt.i t0 tle market. This-'obiection. 7i'Wf !. t however, was soon removed by a rill Irillt 13 firnss li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 November 1879

ITEMS. OF INTEREST. PenMraitl auil Literary, ter, though possibly some of the rhymes and jingles will not bear translating. ! In a lecture delivered, before one of societies lately, a HAPfA1min tiinrtHAniAJI tr'As.! A Iaaiit I bench was placed on i platform Con nected with a dynamo-electric machine, , T.iiHrE?0?.' the Endish mlnin , i i y s T i. . T i.- a(Yc illustration wis given of electricity tures will be delivered in I'hiladelnhia . ..... . c,. ,- .. r-r J early in November. IVnf V.. T.. Ynmnrine tMnl-a hi lio iV ,7 ; , I "ccieu wiin a uvnamo-ciecinc macnine, proved that Herbert Spencer, and not which, in its turn, was connected bv wins wun uue macmne outstae me nail used for producing the electric light during the lecture. On the electricity being communicated, tho saw was set in motion, and timher nn tn flro inches in ' thickness was cut into strips. This ro- ianvin,"deservc the honorof discover ing tho principle of evolution. 3Ir. Eugene Schuyler, c-Sccrctary of Legation at ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 November 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. NOV. 8. SUB8CBIITIOX: 2 00 per year, in adtaaee KIICaI.Aa . KLAI1VB, Mitr. ESTTBZD ATTHEPoSTOFFICEATDoDGE Cmr, Kajmas, ai sjocoxd-clajb Mail MATTER. THS WOOLEN IN TEBE8T. The census of 1810 reported tweotf our woolen factories in this coonuj that span Jim, nd 9,528,269 yards of woolen cloth woren in families, rained at $4,413,090. In 1850 there were 1,820 woolenestablishmenti that employed 45,000 persons, and annually produced gooda of vrioua tenure valued at $43,000,0100. Jn i860 the woolen estib liahment had recreated to 2,020, employing 46,000 milea and females and producing Roods to the Talue of $67,300,000 annually. Owing to the great demand of woolen gooda to r-upply the army with blankets, clothing, etc., in the rebellion, the woolen mannfac toriea in the United States increased nearly one-half in ten years, and the census of 1870 counted 97,000 persona as employed in woo'en factories, who annually produced goods to the isloe of $17...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 November 1879

t The Lessons of Adversity., Adversity has its Ieessns in agriculture not lees thtn in politic?, medicine, finance morals. Of the latter we spoke in a late is sue. Of those to be draan from the present agiicaltaral adversity and distress in Eng land, we spake at considerable length a week or two before. If that distress shall lead even remotely to a change or modification of the laws of inheiitance and entail, of rent al of farms and the compensation to be pid to tenants for the "betterment" they make, of forestry and game, eta, which seems to tu Americans cot only oppressive acd un just to tenants, but most unwise eren far the landlords, if this be the result, then that adversity will not hare been without iu wholf some effect. In the different parts of our own country, various forma of adversity hare at different times taught their various kswne. In par s of New York, some thirty years ago, wneit raising became almost the exclusive indus try: soil and climate seemed to favor, and ...

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. — 8 November 1879

MA1.K WHOLE r FAITH." nc, as would be naturally the case. ' The first pleasant day in April I wentj out of doors,and into ajicigliboifs. One j ran fully appreciatcthc fact of mv walk-, ing, when I tellTiim that my spine- and large joints had become the hypencsthesia that ai 4lrt tfvi nnjl w Ki A nv . - j - " .! nlnis! i ctrunirA ct.rt-T AX EMPEROR'S tOST HEART. NATURAL HISTORT POPULARIZED. aUui.tly Story About NaHtcon the I Great. From the I'liuatlclphia Iliilletin.'j Ili-iiinrknMr I'rnjer-Cure In lSutTnln. .From tho ISuHalo .". Y.) AlTi-rtl-r.J One of the most niaipdous .cases of restoration to health dcr jnada fpuljlie is tliat of Miss Carrie K. Judd, ilaugli tcr'of Mr. O. K. Judd, for the past 27 cars in the American Express office, Stree From an acnnt of the cue Tiey, however, became strong , . died ntSood St K i " f a thTcn ta ,ots of Mg -written by the young lady to a friend we lfinn at once I have continued to S Son Lo we "milch " " ? a,'d thInk' U!- take the follow ing extra...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 8 November 1879

Flsrnrea Bon'c lie. 6FARTA, Union Co., Oman, May 3Mb, 1ST. Hotter IiirROVEJtOT Co., lluffiUo, N. Y.: Slits The, package of " Butter M aker " for warded by joci tow, W. Ross, Esq., of this place, was banded over by him to tne for trial, and orders to report the results to jou, ai I baTe the management of his dairy. I bare the houor to report that one gallon of sweet cream cbunied at a temperature of 55 dec. and treated with the Butter Mater according to directions accompany I nr pack age, produced four and one-half pound of butter of a fine Gulden color, and firm, waxr texture, and of delicate flavor; time occupied In churning and gathering the butter, tnenty minutes. One gallon of sweet cream, same lot, churned without the powder, produced four pounds of butter several shades lighter in color, not so firm or waxy in texture, but no perceptible difference in flavor; time occupied iu churc imr, at same temperature as above, forty-fire minutes. The fine, even grain, rich, golden color,...

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. — 8 November 1879

THE DODGE OITYTIMES.( DODOS CITV. SATURDAY. NOV. a LOCAL NEWS. There ia powerful political argument in a bcir keg. Ci,t. A. J. Firucb and femily Lave ar med and will reside in Meade county. Rev. O. W. Wright and family bare re turned from New York. and A pirty of had serkers from Olio Ind:ana were in the city Tuesday. Uncle Dick, the monilir locomotive, u at this depot Thursday, going west. Lost, a bunch of keys, which the Coder ill please return to thii office. One hundred and fifiv-one pupils are in rolled in tbe Dodge Cilr Public Schools II. P. Mjtcn baa gone to Petersburg, IV, and will remain abent about one month. A parly baring two copied of Web'Ur'a unabridged dnires to aril one. Apply at thii office. The President haa appointed Thurtday, November Z7tb, a day orTbsnksgivirg and Pycr. Rev.O. W. Wright will preich tbe com ing Sabbath, November fltb, in the Union church. Jamrs C. Connor ia visiting Dodge this week, lie ia prospecting in Colorado, and bopea to gel rich. Mrp. Moor...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 November 1879

f t- DODGE CITY TIMES. ' VOL. YI. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, NOV. 15, 1879. NO. 27. f PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTOX & COLBORN. M. W. SUTTOX. E. r. COLDORK. ATISBXBn AT LAW. DODGE CtTT. KAN. OfOcc ia Post Office Building. HARRY E. GRYDEN. ;iTItMIC AT LAW, DODGE CITV. KAS. Will ursctloe In the State and Federal Courts. GEO. A. KELLOGG. ATTHNBT AT UW, DODGE CUT. KAN. Will practice in the seTeral coorta olthe State. Office in Globe Building E. F. HARDESTY. ATTVHHBY AT UW, DODGE CtTY, KANSAS. (Till practice In State and Federal Conrta. Office second door west of Postoffice. W. F. MASON. FHfSICIArT AKB MCRCKO. dodge crrr. Kansas. Orders mar be lett at Fringer" Drng Store. Residence east end of Military arenue. BRINKMAN. BROS. &. WEBSTER, X.V3UEK DIALER', dodge crrr. kas. Tarda south of Railroad track. CBlfTBlttflAI. IAMIB BHtr. GEORGE DIETER. Proprietor. Shaving, Shampooing and Hair Cuitttngdonein tin latest fasbion. JOHN WERTH. CIVIL KriailfBBK, dodge crrr, foud co., Kansas. Will locate la...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 November 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. . SriftCtainiuV: 4i.09ifr Jnr,lilnfc NICHOLAS II. KLAIXE, - Editor. ry, was imparted to the litter by the former. He believe'? there is no hope of ever finding this bird alive, for ho , himself lias been over the whole of the country very thoroughly without a sight of then), ami satisfied fiime!f that the I reirion occupied bv primeval forcU be- i fore the advent of European', win that of Kare Species ami Slrangc.; m which moa bones did not occur. His Hnhils. conclusion is, that the birds lived in the open and low scrub, in which they could In one of hi numerous and alwaj- walk; in all this region, the moa bone, lively and,, adable communications to i ?? extremely abundant in the bou h .,. f, i :...; in. -m iv.,.: ' Island. Ill the enormous cvtent 01 ub- calls attention to an account of some.,- fc 'l! , '. ," M. l ! ninth.-mnNinvcn by an Arabian water :u,v .WLu , J,,v "- ,v-o" Birds blunt-haded arrows, the latter being of course, quite noiseless: the bird is si...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 November 1879

ITEMS OF INTEREST, bodjr scholarships in Atlanta Uni- versitv. Persopni nnd tlurnnr. , 0ne hundred anil fifty members of Theodore Tiltwi ha completed a the lirotherhood of Kailroad Conduct new volume of poems. ors attended the. morning service at Daily bulletins of current events, , Plymouth Clmrch, and Mr. Beccher with lits of books pertinent to the sul- made special reference to them in some Jects are hunr up in the Hartford l'ub- ' remarks previous to the ermon. lie Library. 1 his is uone to encourage five laities will take the Greek m the reading of instructive matter. j stniction provided in Cambridge by Hiss Maud Hanks, daughter of Gen. "arvani proiessors. sue are to taKe ISank, has made her debut at Brook- tatin, one Sanscrit, five English, mx line, Mass., as an actress in an amateur German, 81 French, three philosophy, company. She intends to go on the five political economy, two history, two professional stage. Tiie General was I nniMC, five mathematics, two physics, ancc a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 November 1879

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. NOV. 15. SUBSCfiirTIOX: tJOOprrytar, In advance NICHOLAS . KLAINE. Editor. EXTEUZD ATTHlPoSTOFFICEAT DODOr Citt, Kabbah, as beocisd-clajs Mail MATTES. Four railroad lines are seeking western points with a Tie of connections with the Southern Pacific railway. Some of these enetrating lines will strike Dodge City. The following ,rom the Wichita Eagle may be pertinent: "One railroad is gone or rather two from Wichita, and another one is coining, yet Saturday last was one of tne biggest business dara ever experienced in our city. The trade was simply immense with a crowd to match. People were here from all the surrounding counties, not in wagons but by the railroad branches which many sup posed would carry our trade away. The wholesale and retail establishment) of every line were full of customers from morning until night, and the grain and stock markets full of sellers and buyers. One of the rail road branches bich left us passes throngh WinS...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 November 1879

WOOL GBOWXNG IN TEXAS. The Mason New-Letter gay j the interest Texas is taking in wool growing indicate more certainly than any other one industry the future position and wealth the Stale ! destined to erjoy. The cattle industry, lfcre tofore the leading source of prosperity, is most certainly undergoing a charge in Tex as. Dairying will always be confined to the more appropriate climate of the bigter lat itudes. The improvement of higher breeds of cattle had as yet met very many and se rious difficulties. This must be done in a higher system of agriculture. The agricul tural industries of Texas are too uncertain to depend upon to accomplish this end. eheep and their improvement are much mere possible and practicable sources of easy wealth and will be more and more engaged in to the neglect of cattle. Sheep raugts in the oat west regions improve in quality while the cattle ranges become poorer. No doubt the same fscta are noticeable in Tex s. As cattle are moved to the less occupi e...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 15 November 1879

FA113I TOPICS. Cotttm Culturn tj firt!trni 3Ii(1im1. While on a recrat -trip up the country to attend a meeting of the Stock llrccd er' A .ociatiun of Mississippi, I leameil from a prominent MIi?sippla'ti that some men from Kansas liail made a dc ci ded sensation in tin locality w here they liad settled, liy their mode of raising corn and cotton. I then-fore visited Major Young, near Columbus, Mi-s., to get Mime points. The plantations of these Kansans joins that of thin gentle man. The former arc tinder Ms control and that of an associate. With Treat liberality, Major Young had leased them 25 acres for a year, freo of rent. He then rented them a number of acres each, at the usual rent of such land 84 per uere, er annum. There arc three men, father, son and son-in-law. The father and su-in-law have their wives with them. This yeur the son-in-law, .Mr. Kvans, not wishingto overcrop Mni'clf, planted 25 acres in i corn, 1 Carres in cotton, and 5 1-2 Acres of oats- .Xho-usual plant of a...

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