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   Abilene Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - February 6, 1891, Abilene, Texas                                 /i-as«»»«-.;.':  \ 4  I  )  4.-  ■  4  The Taylor  County News.  J A ms á. LO war, publishib  A Wwkly N«w»p»p«f—Dmtfd'to iht DtTtl«f»«t of Abilent, T»yl« County, aad tho "AbUeae Conatry'  TERMS, $1.50 PES YBiJÌ  VOLUME 6.  -á.BILENE. TAYLOK COUKTY. TE:^AS, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 6 1891.  ^HJMBER 50  THEO. HKYCK, PrMident.  WM. CAMERON, VÍCC-PK^. — T xr s —  J. G. LOWDON.Cwhier.  ABILENE NATIONAL BANK,  A Great Event  -Ä-BH-iEiTE, ZT.  LAßGEST BAMKiNG INSTITUTIOH IM THE ABILENE COUNTRY.  ^eOaDrop. The Two-Cent Rate.  The latest advices froi« Berlin, ^ Kansas citj star. in ou.. iiie u the discovery of u remedy ior Gcmiauy, IS that the Ijmph of Dr. | The Missoori legislature is wiiHl- ^  some loag-standing malady. The poison oi Koch Is selling at ''^60 a drop.''i ioiT up qaite a little ball for the ScrofaUtsm your blood. You Inlierited it ? . , . m i » i n i i • ^  irom your ancestors. Will vou transmit it Bat oue uian besides Dr. Koch railroads. A Dili has been lutro-  i knows bow to make if, Dr. Lib- duced ilxing the passenger rate at i  inate In ikTofuia. It is supposed to be the bertz and he has Charge of the I 2 cents a uiile. There is more in priinar^' source of many other derangements '  THE RACKET STORE.  New Store I Xew Goods ! \ew Prices !  Notions, Fanc'V (rood.s. Kic,. aiul t'ii'\  Accounts of Farmere. Stockmen and Merchants Solicited.  Srri^BjyrS'.ir»'^^ ;l«bo™t.r,. H K reported th«ti.W. tb»u is genen.lly eupi.oscd. i t';aVle nrd whi e Hv>y '...mn-nve their .wav  : present facilities 200 vials a I The propoBcci me.isiwe is^ being; tu'.a-,; thei,' ,.iUron< s^na- umnov: Just's  Ayer's  «•o, P PtiUlip«. K B. Roiiiiu. Theo.Heyck, J.M Oaagheriy, J.Q. Lowdon, and J, W lied, 'f Abilene; Wm. Cameron and \V. B. Brazelton, of Waco.  At*omraotJati its co-siatent with jndlcious banking cheerfully extended The collectioH dei^artn.^'nt of U »¡ank is a spccial featnre. CollecUons on til poinu made and promptly i«raltt«d for oD dar of payment.  AiiMSilKD ¡. 76. NATIOKAUZED 188^..  The oldest Bank in the Abilene Country.  THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK,  OF ABILENE, TEXAS.  CAPITAL $125,000. SURPLUS $26,000.  Tran*aet$ a Gfner*il Banking Business. Ooiiections a Sp^ciuLty arui Promptly Remitt'd for  J. H. PAKUAMORK, G. A. kIKKLAXD, R. K WVUK, BROOKE SMITH, OTTO W. STEKFENS. I. S ROLLIKS, K. H. SIKTESIS  With ample cnpital and large lucilitics to handle all desirable business, we invite corresponde.'ice and solicit a coru inmince of the liberal patronage extended to us.  day of 100 drops each, can be pro- generally discussed by the legisla-daced. Should all this be sold at ; tors, and while little is likely to n^ ri I I2I will I come out of it at Jefferson City;  Wctlocipctrillct goon tije richest man on earth, | tiie result is likely to be aeuieved  as it would amount to $1,200,000 a I i'l another way. It is the com-; Sewing iiiread.  day. Over 10,000 j)hy8iciana at i "ion belief that the roads aro bit-this writing- are waiting in Berlin | ierly 0pi)0sed to the i>-ccnt rate, begging for only a few drops at I but this is an eiror. The riulroads, any price to carry away with them. | or some of them at least, are actu-  ially in favor of the rate, and the  '• For several month.s I was troubled with scrofulous eruptions over the whole body. My appetite wa.s bad, and my system so prostrated that I was unable to work. After trying several remedies In vain, I resolved to take Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and did so with sueii Kood effect that less than one bottle  liie Hackri Stnre has jii-t witli a i'uH 'line oT  want ail the The\  fatili »'il ^ -^v-^iiiv liiv 'iiv*. i. Ii. SCO  1 W  What 25i will Buy at thv Kai ket 8tore.  23 (jcnis will bny 12,.")i)(> wood >ut]ipiciv>. ■! will Iniv 25 ])a!)'.'rs AdainantiiK- Pin--. it ^^'iìl huy o spuoi- O. . 1'.  Restored My Health  and strength. The rapidity of the ci'.re as-toni-shed me, as I expected the process to be long and tedious." — Frederlco Mariz Fer-nruide.s, ViKn Nova de Gaya, Portugal  Shortage of flie Foot! Crops, „ijitter has been frequently caii-The magnitude of the food sup- | vassed of late by tl.e railroad ofii-plies of a nation is not very easily ; ^¡^¡^^ lobbvii.g is be-  K thrieVa "agr^h^^^ j conceived. We get an appn>xi. | done against the bill, and that eiT-ui the use of Ayer's s'arsapariiia, since mate idea lu the imports ot (xreat ; re^'arded as iTroof thai the road.^  scrofula, beirau  which the disease has entirely disappeared. A little child of mine, who was troubled with the same complaint, ha.-i also been cured by this metiiciiie."—H. Brandt, .Vvoca, Nebr.  F. W JAMES President ED. S HUGHES V PreBideiit  B. B. KEN"YON, Cashier. HENRY JAMES, Ass't Cashier  -.....-- THE ------------  Farmers and Merchants National Banj<  OF ABILENE, TEXAS.  Ayer's Sarsaparilla  PREPARED DT  DR. J. C. AYEK €c CO., Lowell, Masa.  Solei Sjy DrupyiriLs. $l,gix$ j. Worth $5 a bottle.  £*ro/€tisioHni VardH.  I Tro o ft li a  Britain. In 1889 no less than | contemplating a vohuitary re-  ^iltasi S^'ii lise í Isisr<'h.  (.'hi e í' -I n s :!(,■(' ! í ! a i; e 1 o r. < > !' 11 r » ' : •  yia. wno !i;iS \vt)n a ropu  M I ! i t ' !  000,000 bushels of Wheat went into I movement all over  British ports, and flour to the val- | countrv is being made for a 2  ue of ^41,000,000 has circulated in ^ if enoiiui, roads can  English bread pans, ii i.s calcnl- ij^Inced to participate a voluty  ated that the shortaire in wheat in ^^^ j^l ^^^^ riihn.^. im.  the crop ofl890 will not be ess ; losi^.^ittle l.v I ill ¡.renie .oui r .Um im.-d... m d. fuiu:  I than 100,000,000 bushels. Totatoes ; wouIfTbe an.piv re- rece.itlv th ir t ilas  --------- I are placed at the same shortage. , ^^^ powtilaritv gained, t-hurch musr be sold to pav ih  OVH. EVARTS STII.es, Fruits, vegetables and berries are i advi^^hioeH that woidd salary of tli. ¡.r.a.h.i,  Shortage of flie Foot! Crops, „ijitter has been frequently caii-The magnitude of the food sup- | vassed of late by tl.e railroad ofii-plies of a nation is not very easily ; ^¡^¡^^ lobbvii.g is be-  I Tro o ft li a  Britain. In 1889 no less than | contemplating a vohuitary re-     Sewiiiii' i"hre:    u<ì.    h. Ubli !    iib\ iM        r- iìe>r é-arpef          It w    ill buy .')        h p;lb!>.    II' wilTi    >11 v    In h')itìes ì)es.t    k      ink.    It will    bii        im    icii    au'o. li ÌM    iv      ■vlate    ' jXMieiis.    it    hiiy    Of) M :    a i    ,e;ul l'obciis..    h      hiiv    1 yiii'U    •s-t a    i¡ 1 ! 1 b io    a n >. Í Í    W !    il ììlU" 1 bi [    W ( > ( M      iiir(.    ,':isii nero    i )rc    ( T . Il )! b-    T  : ! W i    1 j \ j 1 1    HI; lìi<i    ^'i.a )( 1      Ill do    iKii rb.    It ,v    ül ion- Uí    ) i Ì-S ; ,t    e V • i    [jon««. :n l'urt          hiiy> inure ,it    t ill-        S 1 bx- 1ha    ai a    ! n :i s" i b jior 1 b    aeo ii!      .\!iik'iua i'^N    b-r i    e M 1 \- IIP. !    ' ' ' i ' * i í '    :¡ : i    and ionrn ^ba'' i    "-']': eos.      a- it    //•!>;! MÌ 1;Ì    1. " . 1 ivf l    1 M Ì ni be !i    siala" l-  1    1 \ {{    ' i 11 i / i ' ; h o ì ! ì,              Po II.    E^Uriñ^e        Proprietors                      ^e.il    b Ì! ]■ i rs[    1    root, .Vluit^-be, J    \'X:is.     ^iltasi S^'ii lise í Isisr<'h.  (.'hi e í' -I n s :!(,■(' ! í ! a i; e 1 o r. < > !' 11 r » ' : •  I'lire .'»»oil iboiii the IIo»i«»e..  Hui "i-'ii-r air. ^N'a'er, i>are  I'lire .'»»oil iboiii the IIo»i«»e..  Hui "i-'ii-r air. ^N'a'er, i>are  o !i o a in ! i k  ; o ì>e s a ; ! ; I kMi: ] ; t fi 1  Capita i  $75,000.00  JOHX ii. IIOXI K, Cfl.AS. KE.VYO.X. EI). S. HrOfllvS, W. F. FLOUHNOV B. B. KENYON. F. C. DIGBY ROBEK'I S. and F >V. .lAMES.  Colleetious received o.'i ail accessi )lw points, and rotoriis promptly made as direcled^ C«.r«>ful attention Lnveii to ttie bneineas of corresjKindetUs Letters of inquiry cheerfally and promptly answerea  SEVER TOO MUCH TR0UB:.K TO PLE.\:sE OLE CUSTOMER.S TRY US  HOSSSOFAnit nTSICIAHS  AND SURGEONS. I^Diseases of Women a Specialty"^®® Oj^ce North Sccond Street. Dr. Evarts' residence at Jalonick place North Side :, Dr. Stiles' over office,  DKTMy(\ BOYCE. | DR. J. A. PIPKIN.  Residence: Residence:  Corner Chest7uit and Cv. Cedar and N. 7th Seventh Sts. \ nr  credited with a deficiency of 10b,-! ^^^ derived h^^he rotliU would be -If anv dt-bt t.u..M m i.. 000^00 bushels. Europe reports : ^^^^^ eoinrantal ^  233,000,000 bushels lacking iu the :  average potato crops, and the j ¡^^ wheat crops as being 80,000,000 bushels less than the annual coii-sumption. Should these ligures  cial ri^ tickets would souls, tor jii.oiv anni>;ra:!o!:- ara > ly holy .ser\ ii-e.-s. I f a a;, ria---- of  tl'aiitiar.'^ oii_;lil to,ha\'. a.s a aar'' r of mora!, as wcU a-; Ir^ai dat \a ; i.- a  DBS. ISOVCE« 8™vlt.v i..'the situation  OnVi- their nrollessior,.,! «rvicee to 'l^''" l^''"-' "-'H "'''J' i'""  the people of Abilene and vicinity in all tinently show. — Ecouoinist,  Ciir4i I^r Toothache.  It is ilm iit all .niicominon ro\ be but approximately true, they i Imve toothache with iierftict 1 y i -  sound teeth, or lu teeth that have ^^^^^ ^  been reeenlly tilled. Without ex-'^ i plaining the cause for tins I would ' ^  I ' ¡ ) .11  1 lar.  pare -ola > o w, i a ; ; !a ^.a a i '0 u ' any iii'ii."if In't pro \iueM wi - h eare-iai dran.a „!* l h <• -u; ; ai^-'oaies c'^aa-I •; e 11'; 'i' S:;t urai e u W" ; ; !. ao'.M'U, .A Í; 1Í i aia ■ i a n a ì í < ■ ! ■ ; ii a ' i ia s h o m* rase h H h a i a ;' e nr-M-or tloh o I 1 ■ ; ■ a a ; ! i 11 > a - ••, S ■ > ; a ; i is ' a a ^ t a. o ' a a ' ^ a a ' 1. a > i ' : a a ^ í a , ■ \ I : >' ^ a re ¡a c ' a; ' o : a i* ^^ e : i a i : a o . a i t i o ¡ > " a a ' ' ■ . a a r \ r^ a i.  the branches of the profession. Calls  answered at all hours, dav or ni«-hr. : , „ , "  On-icE-Up stairs in Steflen's brick J A Scrap of Toxai^ I5sstor> Che.><tnut street, near Palace Hotel.  ; 8nni)ly recounniied a very conven-i ieni application, which you tain  siiidv oi )nsi.!'a' ¡or laoie laaa ó tV \ears has  I a 1 ( - .s V Í M !  J.G. CUKFwlK  Con vevuncer.  WILL STi riL  Notarv Public.  ii. M. pKNDERSO.N Survpvoi.  Currie, Stith & Henderson, GENERAL LAND, LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENTS  AlULEyE, TAYLOR COL NTY. TEXAS,  JOHN A. WILLIAMS, Attorney-at-LaW' Abstracter and Loan Agent-owner of ilie Taylor Conaly Aostracl Co, Books,  Complete abstract of ;itle to ali lands in Taylor couuty, lots iai Abilene, Buffalo Gap and Merkei. Abstracts furnished on short notice and at reasonable rates. .Money to loan at lowest rates and on better terms than ever offered in West Texas.  Prompt attention given to the investigation of old land titles. Notary Public work done iu otlice.  Office up stairs in Maverick Building, Pine Street. Abilene, Texas.  G. W. SHERBINO, M. D.  H O ^r (E P AT HIC H Y SIC i A N.  Chronic Diseases a Specialty.  Office at Residence south of Methodist Church, Abilene, Texas.  The following ñicts may be of in-I j.eadily prepare yourselfaud ke.o, snpreiao :a;ponaii.  terest to many of our readers :  on hand. Take a piece of ch:\;iioi.-^  . I, u'rauti an i  \ 1! i ar.  "Soi!i(' o!' i io- ^ na t ure oí' ii o ra ¡ i a \ a ! ie  Dr. W. W. WALLACE  PHYSiriAN and St HGEOX,  Texiis was claimed and controli- I j^uju^ or line closely woven llannel,' ed by Spain by right of discovery, 'and soak it thoroughly in a ^^ood  I Ceded by Spain to France by ; extract of Jamaica ginger, or what «i» ab.M-dute nec —sry -  ¡treaty of 1800. ; is better still, in tiuctiiie of "apsi- = ' ■  Transferred by France to the cum, which you can obtain i,oni ''' "  United States by treaty of April, any druggist. Let tiiis dry, and pnvaie: i'is-i;  1803. put it away nntil time of nee<i. To ^ "'f -at a.a: aae  ' I  ABILENE, TEXAS.  Exchanged for Florida and re-, ^^^ ¡t ¡n ease of tii.. toothache ceded to Spain by the United 1 mentioned, with a laor  I  af  Calls attended either dav or night. .. o^»«  Office over Harris' Drugstore. Resi- ! ^^ '  S'ates, under the treaty of Februa- scissors cut a suiali j.iece ofV and  place it between the gmn and the  dence in property formerly owned b\'L. ; Severed from Spain ain! made : p., (Hreetlv 0'>a-r th(^ Mulcr. --- • ■ • • ' '  root of the  nature. Merc\.p it tide, magiuiiiimi; libera! \ n r a^s. partly on \ .aaa' mai!" b\ 'ììr i-\a'-  ! ae'  a ^ o 1 a i  . I a .. ; i ;i,.  . i . i ' ' ■  PHYSICIAN AND SDB6E0N,  Office over P;iiace Dnigstorca  ABILENE......TEXAS.  Will answer all calls in the city and surrounding country.  m. r. N. BROWN  D E N T I 8 T .  ---------------------------------¡part of Mexic»;' b:^-evolution prior i otfendino- tooth. This vnìH act as  , ALEXANDER, " Jli'l^-i^ !a counter.imrant, aiid il s eif.M't is ooio^^^^.a.. T:,:.  Erected^iuto the republic of | really marvelous.-Laury .VcIIen- '''''''' •'^'M'l'i!'-:'! Texas by the revolution of 183ò-:30. ■ ¡,, York Worlii. ' > ' = ■ = '" Annexed to the United States o--=3 I'^'si-iai iy or aaaai,i;  by the consent of the j)eople of Xal ioaial A11 anaici^ saui basi pa; r of u i:..; : a-<  _jTexas. aisd became a state of the : Omaha. Xeb., dan. li!). —Clji(ai;.:o t-nable iaiii :o ..an-i\ ;a  ! Unioi! in February 1846. ^yas selected as the ¡)h!ce of next ¡I'anu- oi iasin-;.. rii,- '  ^ ' Adopte<l the ordinance of se-; nieetiug o: the National Fanners" cxempiioa^ oi' pi.o-. r;  cession and became one- of the : Alliance at its se.^sion this morn- ys^va:  o ^ . ■  Texa*) JajJ.^e  Establi.'^iied 1sh4,  ABU. EXE,  DB. I.  TEXAS.  : confederi ite statf's oi America iu ' i 1801.  Restored to the Union after the fall ot the Confederacy iu ISG.j. It is now the iireatest state in  in  The only other  business  tloias or  e ii-,aa  CY -  W  ñí  FOR HOUSE FURNlSHiNG,  Band sawiug, ripi/nii?, itirnin^ hi'ackets, iiinied coiiimii.s, Cvpress tanks, huill to order.  Shop on South First St,. = - .Vbilene, Texas.  TOTTEN BROS., Props,  LOUIS "  LOUIS C.WISE&CO,  T\ i \ j N  f  1 1  , braska: 'i-¡ee-presidenís. ('har:-the L nion and is making greater u,  ; Moruan. renns\ rrania.  I transacted was the elecfjon of oi- '-ecesuis;!, ai. lio-^r I licers. wii;ad! resultadas iollows: t i f doi.i> ii rio. ; Presidenl, John Ii. Powers. Xe- ail th.ar pr o:e! i n , b-a  a Ì > i Í a  ■■w  ^ a o p ■ I ' Í : o 11 • o : hill k a "o a ; ■ a.  T,' . tí -I any other period of her histor\-.  l ine Mreet, Ahi'eiub 1 v'xn.'s, '  progress and development than at ; York W H ]>¡..i ■ -Strain tins en  D. 7-, BLKDBor. K. K M:<;KT-|-.  BLEDSOE & LECETT,  Attorneys - at " Law.  Temperailire In Sise Iloii.'^e. It is strange how few people there are whose feeling.s ai'e a cri-¥ terion as to the proper tempera-PINE ST., ABILENE. .■ure of a room. X'o ¡-oom in win  totheircare. tore than 08 degrees fahrenheit.  ¡Yet a great many livin;: roonis, and, worse tiian this, .sleep rig rooms, are ke]>t habituallv at a  rei lauii V an e a > ■ r^ e ' a  Sell I lie  O.A KIRKLAND,  ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.  Office over First National 15 iUi k. ABILENE, TEXAS.  s  Thomas  e ! as,  Ohio, William Kinard. india.na, Milton (ieorge, Illinois. r,eoru ; Butts. Wisconsin, i;. (). C<dlin. Missouri, A. J. Westfail. low-!, .i. 'd.i,- o ao ^o i; o  J. Furlong. Minnesota. W A. "f sati-iy i.u - tin d.-b? Jones. Xehrask-i, U. V. \\'asld!igto!!; secridary and treas-  iirer, Aiiuiist I'osr.. Iowa: national ^eritWms.  h; (• t urer. ( I eo rp e L.a\vrenre, (•-hia:  a  seeend as.  sistant. d. i (;n.  W'i:  . t a ! - , a't ■ . o  .a  tirsi assistant lecturer. Miss tmii l.ay\ears we luc^  ^ o d<■ s 1 re Io sa atí lor \ ea  ;  ■ t-1 i  Il.j _ I .1 ; .  McDonald,, .Minnesota; seeend as. "  o n su ai pilo a. i )r. i\ i íj u ^  Íavíais, Washing- jap^^ Uuck en's Arniru Sab  o i . :  . a a  inueh higher temp laiure.  , , ,. ,, ' i(;n. j-aoetl-ic la'^cr-, aad ha\a- ii  wise peon e believe thai the ire- ___, - ■  ' ' - - - «Oi—li—........-.....- haao:(-i! ren-ctin-s iaa; >-'a a:-  ¿ "í r T r C vT c V J r ■ 4«of pneumonia and other i The l'invernai Verdict of the „r thai have «•■iv.-i, ^ueh aab,, n A I ii Ii!/ n a ^ A 1 J. L  aa a ' ■ o a 1  aira  ESTABI.ISH1EO IX IHSO.  ReHL esTHxe HceNTs  OFFICE, OVER ABILENE NATIONAL BANK.  Í Ä \A/ V P R s  i J if 1 L ^ . V,.' I  Abilene, -......I'exas.  daujierous diseases of tiie lungs I®eoj»le salisiaetion. \\b- bo a  and iireathing organs in winter NVho iia\e used Clarke's Ivxrrae: to-aaraatoe ìiieìa c-er may be directly Traced to over- ' ' ì'^mIIou: Skin C ire a ward w.- .stand ready a, .oia^  heated houses and the sudden  it tliià first anil iiiglie.-t place a.s a <-lia,se pile  a(-;oi  iO- si  ' 1 i r \  tie-i Í '  Office, corner of :sortli 2nil and Pine Sts.: i... : ¡■,.¡nedial ageni; in all cases of .Skin do nor folow ihrir ¡is,.. iio-m'  -.....T w n ; change experienced in going from ; Diseases. Erysipelas, i^czeuia. remedies have w,.u ih.dr-rea; pop-  T. W. DAUCHEnTY, ! this h'igh'emperature into tiie cold Pim]dts. unsighil\ blotelo.'.s. ular!t>- piue^\ o,¡ tioir ¡ao;.--.  Attorney and (oilllseIlor-al-La\V.;0"t<?i- atmosphere, it would be humiliating eruptions. Boils. Car- }Sa>s Ibus,. .PHVVF -rpvw ibetter if we made more use of-he ----------- ^^ -----------  ABILENE ----- iEXAi>, . ;rhis wondertnl t)rej)arat)on at t-  ' t hfM-monieter iii '-pon Mtno> t i<» ■ i-> ■ - i a i > ^ » ii! üiíl aSt*Sali'?'» ? „  Office on Pine St., over 1st Nat'l Bank. I V ' ^c^uiatiu«, n¡í Priee >'}.00 tor a lar-e bot-  •Special attention to Collections."^ :'lieat of our houses, theatres and tie at Bass Bros.. Diug Store. leitei- ¡loat ia '.\aialaab,  . I lecture rooms.—New York Trili- Clarke*s Flax Soap is good for Boston, says: -l u.-sed CknUe's  J. A »AlxMAi<l<, the Skin. Try it. Price LÍÓ cents. Extraer of Fia  a  ai^ :!o;  .1 o a  o aia  ; a e - a ¡ [ a ■rairnnciib  P.O. Box 210. .... - Abilene, Texas.  A very hirge list of farm and ranch lands in Taylor. Jones, Fisher, Nolan and Mitchell counties. Improved and unimproved business, resident and suburban property in the city of Abilene. Taxes paid for non-resident owners. Titles perfected nnd loans negotiated. Prompt and caref ul attention given all vorrespondenQe relating to lands in the Abilene country.  L. C. WISB & CO.  ATTORNK^^ATLAW Abilene, Texas.  ax i^ipiiloii b'aiarf h  1 ills ,-!-ass  A Safe Investment  Mil  Bucklen's Arnica Salve  (bure in dune last t'or IIa-, i-";'\e!-with great satisfaction, and liad it the only * hiiiii J im ve seen waiea  a  i exas.  Will practice in the district and I t. o^p vvhich i^ «^imr-inteed to ' ^h« best Salve in the world for ^  coutity cotme, and give close attention brii^J'^oiTS isi^^J^^^^^^ Cuts. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers. Salt ^vould allay, wituoar n r^taio.n,  to all businesa entrusted to hm care. you salisi u lor^s results, or ; rr ^ior^^ ^he inriaiuuiatioii ot tiio no<;ais  Office over First National Bank. m case of tailure a return of pur-i , ^ f \ Mibithioit Us ^mv bo • u bi o b-  ---------------i>n t h i.. .o .V ' Cha I) pcd II a u d s. C h i I b I a i 1) s. I or u s, " ^I'loa.. , ..s s.mk „.a., o a  1 s.sa.  > ' 11 e s e II e b a h .1 luimod Prai. ib ìb!<-;^:e^a a-  ing propern-ia-^  chase price. On this safe plan vou ' Chapped Ilamis  can buy from our advertised Dnig- Skin Eruptions, and ] . . . . . ,,  gÌ8taÌ>ottie of Dr. Kings Xew ' lively eui^s Pdes. or no pay re- p  I Discovery for Consumption. It is j . and best." Trv it' "  Erastus Graham,  ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.  Will give special attention to convey-1 g«aranteed to bring relief iu ey- ; P'^^'if^ satistaenom or money r. ancing, parsing on titles to real estate, erv case, when used for anv af-'' r^'-'"* —^ Cenl^ j)er ho.x  <fec. Office North First Street, over fA^tinn r.f Thmnt T.nn.ya ! For sale by Bass Bros., .Vbilejie, ^^  wiTe iiia !;<(-( 1 ; lo i L.nge boi'Je •■^i.-'"'  ail  . ) e i • a ; s. . \ ■-ros.. 1 )Mu  I>apow8ki's store, Abilene, Texas.  T. A7hexbì7  Office over Lapowski's store, Abilene, Texas.  fection of Throat, Lungs, or Chest,;  suchas Consumption, Iniiamma Í ----- - *—------------------Gt-neral^N. P. ]>ank.s he.s pa.s.sed  tiou of Lungs, Bronchiti.8, Asthma, ; Clarence V. Cheathouse. former- 40 ot his 7,"i years in pu¡>aa iite. I Whooping Cough, Croup, etc., etc. I ly a San Francisco newspaper man. He is now near his di ta-e, r.ad .! It is pleasant and agreeable to ; after being appointed to a Ja'pnin-; the paision of-sK'í) a inonih thai liaste, perfectly safe, and canéese consulate, has succeeded in | he is to receive when Ids s.aiai y as an always be depeuded upon. Tria í winning the favor of the King of Congressman .stoi>s next .^]iírch as  ' bottles free at Bass Bros., fir u Í Corea, andhas been made deputy V^iH be all rh;it he >.vbl baiv,- lo it ^vas lir.st utilized as ha.v ¡mí.v store. Iking. "¡live on. Anstin."  ii : s p r e, lili 1 a a 1 y r i- p o ía o, i a ^ o o --iapiiieni .sad a u r.- ', ^ a r-a 1 s^r^-,■^ Ol i >■ \as. 1 ' : s ; rr-a a iO, b ^ í■ a b r o ' e (. ! :! b o ;; I'a s s. fro ;a as a b -i a b -aaeo oa ( oioravio i ¡ \ cr al t¡,a'  s-;i'e. in .siiao- iiiaaa'i'-s i; k ;sò\v :; as i w■■[■ ^ras-a la ot iie: s  as io -Se urass. írr-iai it ae-n- si.p-p.)s.-,¡ to iia".a been :níro(iuí''"'d by wild lácese. In seathern Texas ¡t is soineiiaK's eailed iiiiT^'alo and in Fas cite eoniity it is íino^An Austin ¡^'rass, from t li e lact tiiat   

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