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   Abilene Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - February 20, 1891, Abilene, Texas                                 -í  y  ?,  I  ikäm k. LOWBT. PÜBLKHIE  A WMf irfWifM«^^*^ ttt I>tTtI«fa»st «f AVilMt, Ttjltr ul Ut "Akilwif Ctuitry"  TSRlfS, $1.50 PXB T1A&  VOLUME 6.  ABn^ENE, TAYLOR œUOTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 20 1891.  KUMBER 52  THSQ. BSTCX. Pwtíd««. WM CAM£RON, Ylc^F^. J. G. LOWDON, C»ftbttr.  — TUE—  ABILENE NATIONAL BAISTK,  ILDREN  XE3SLAS.  LARGEST BAMKIMG mmUTtOH IM THE ASUEltE COUNTRY.  - ii-bie to f;''¡.ípn âm! severe . . Il, sití- thr. . t, ii ícvtr, cío.  i. b, ', j i V ; fi>H-tl%r, I, ! ;Jíí.Ií.ÍU-  UiCM'ü Niúi.Í!::' i-, itíUr  ii'iDpU"! i'jr Stil h tíi.vTgí iii it .s ÍÍI;Í:Í /«jí-r"» Cherry i'f!Cii»ral. Jl sckhîus tl.e iìifi. nuHl riionii naif. {'runiMU-s expei'tur/iiion, relieves coíighiiig, .M'-ii iîïiiiu-es sle"i>. T'. c lifiinipt usa  The DeadJy PiMtol; . Capt. W. JT. naltb^r. |  All officer of tbe law sUoaId be 1/ In the Farm and Ranch of the ¡  Accoi«nt8 t»f Farmer», Stockmen and Sterchanta Solicited.  «Im  P PhilHp«, Umí.  uxE^Ecrrozes-  B. Eollliu, Theo. lîeyck. J.U Daagiierty, J. O. Loirdoa, and J. W. r AbUeae; Wm. CuniroD aad W. B. ^razcitoa, of Waco.  A<«eeinmod«U ih eo §ittent iriU» jodicions baakinji clM^itall.T extended. The coJlection 4«pan|u»o oi U 'lank it a »iwelal leatui«. Collection« o^ all poiato made and promptly remiUvd ior uv Uar »f payment.  oí tiíl.s KlO'ii.:)!!!' ); .S;IV<  bnth of jmiii^ T'! !.  "Olio Oi ¡!i> ■ ;; 1, waj$ iiut iu).'" ! y </!:.- i'^:  pose«! tú v,' ¡; i;,. 1 was alutílni y  aníi . !i '■_} ,: , ; .  ■■ ■ -'■Sjfr' ii » ^'i i  11:!;  ic Jives,  1.1' ease  ; AÜÍ.JS ibP ¡-TO. SATIOMAUZED 1884.  He oldest Bank in the Abilene Country.  X ria FIRST NATIONAL BANK,  OF A HI LENE, TEX A3. CAPITAL $126,000. SURPLUS $25,000.  Tianme(» i dfurrmi Banking BH$ine»s. OoilecHons a Specially and Promptly Remitted for  J. H. FARRAMOllE, G. A. tlllKI.AND, R K WYUE. BJtOOKE SMITH,  OTTO VV. STErFESS. i. S BOLLI.SS, K. H. SIKTEXIS. With ample capital and large iiu'iiities tohandle al! deairable business, we invite ■orrt8^•OIi<lf!U'(' and solicit Hconrinni'iu eoflhe liberjii uatrotiage extended to us.  very I'arefiil iu the nse of his pistol. Haniiiti life is saiTeil enough to be respected save under tlie most ex-traordioary circtimstanees -in self-deft-nce, to protect the honor Oi woman au<l the sancfiry of the home. The officer who is ever read3 to resort to the pistol may, av. ssvi>- J,(J jyjj often does, make hiinselt i. ii iiig, I as much a menace to society as the I outlawed detiperado or traditional >M.ad man froiii Bitter Oieek." These retiectious, we desire to say, are not tendere*! with rcfeience to a recent local trageiiy, where an officer killed a man seekini: to evade arrest. Tiiat case is under-  r. W JAltfES. l'r-«ident ED 8 HUGHES. V President  B. B. KEXYON. Caahier. HENRY JAMES, As»'t CsshUr.  U ¿^aii lioarly '-'.'¡..sis. t j ' L r:iizing  Uiat the- ciiihi's 'rn.iJi?; .•■'n-'Uh;:; iiati become |H)ssi )Ie iii sihi- oi ii.''.;k!iio it lisd taken. I roasaikM! ti::!'. "j!;ci. ii n.(it!ies would be of uoav.sil. lliiviii-' ].. h of a hot tie of Ayer'.s ni?rry IVcut:;! lii tL? h.-H'SP. I gave the ehil'! Dirci'¡icscs, ;;f Sihori itilervals. aad anxiously waitf"! n'sults. rrojn tito rrt-ment ... tlie Peotor; 1 was given, llie cluM'.s hieaUilng gOllig investigation and at tillB  IwritlnKlhe testimony adduced in  ohilfl IS rJi.e r.ii<l wi ll txlay. and 1 (to not the CUUrt oi inquiry hus liOt been  made public. When the testimony lis all reciirded and ©[»I'Ortunitj affortled to wei;,h it, niorally as i well :>& legally, i; will be time to express an opinion and Tiie Da}, I for one, expects to do so, lioping i in advitiice that the officer may be able to establish that lie slew in self-defence, for it wculd I>e tle-i plorable to believe we liave offi-! cers in this country who would do i what vronid virtually be Dniiiier.  hesitatp ti) sMy Uiat A vim 's Cliorry i'ectoral snved its li::e."-('. J. Wooidridgo, Wortham, Texas.  ri'*'For 'o'lils. oaiijilis, l)roncliiti?. a.sthina, ar.d Ihi" eaily s;.»¡íí S uí consiiinpîion, tako  I  Afer's Cheiiy Pectoral  rr.EPAUEi) nr m. J. C. AZTRn £: CO., L,or.-cU, Mass. by f'' Price ; »ix bolllc»,  THE  FA_RM £RS AND Mi^BCHAJlTS NATIONAL B^RK,  OF ABILENE, TEX'AS.  Capita :  $75,000.00, Dl^M.^:BOV^E:  I*roJefisioitai Vfiriis,  Dr». eVARTi^ A .STILEIS,  EOHQFAIEIC PHY 5! CIA H5 jThe subject is treated on general^  AND SURGEONS. | priiicijiles, dealing with practieesf  fä^Difteases of Women a Specialty-^ ^nd leiidencies tLat ail must admit/  Oßce North Second Street I are pertnci.)U8 and uot warrante(i  Dr. Kvarts'residence at.Julontck place I . ' , , ,  North Si(ie ; Dr. Stiles" over office, | in law or morals. \N heu the la\^  I gives nil otiicer the right to cany  iSth iwst., we fiiad an excellent j picture of Capt. Maltby, and the ; following sketch of his life: ■  '•Capt. W. J. Maltby was born in j SangHuion county, 111., December 17th, 1829. Two years later his father moved to Washington coun-1 ty, Ark. At the age of 16 years he volunteered for the Mexican war, Bud one year later was honorable discharged. In 18i0 he was emphyed by Quartermaster! department, U. S., to assist in lo-1 eating old Fort Arhuckle, in the Indian Territory, returning to Fort i Smith the following winter. The next fall he helped locate old :^ort j Belknap and Phantom Hill/ On the trip from Belknap to Phantom j Hill the party encountered one oi! the severest northers erer known j in any par: of Texas, in which one ' man and a number of mules were i frozen to death Several men' were saveil with great diflicultv. in 1851 he was placed in command of the ourfit detailed to escort Maj. W. F. Wood, famii.v, clerks ;  DO WOT L.ET  The "Selling at Cost" and "Closing Out" Man  GET AWAY WITH YOU.  Those Rackets were worked on an unsuspecting public two or three decades back and are now too ancient.  The Live Pioneers Dive Down to Bed Rock  Laundred Shirts, -iOc to 95i\ worth 60c to $1.50; Unlaund-red Shirts, 25c to 70c, wortli 50c to $1.25; Men'.-« Work Gloves. a5i to 95c, worth 50c to .5'1.5{); Men's Half Hose, DC up; Ladies' Half Hose, 8c up; Fins, 10c doz papers; Needles, 10c doz papers; Safety Pins, 2c paper; Best ^lachine Oil, 5c; Best Black Ink, 2 for 5c. Lantern.-;, Glassware, Lamps, Tinware, Hosiery, Ladies' and Gents' I'nder-wear, Jeans Pants, Overalls, Buttons, Lace. Embroidery. Corsets, Ribbons, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Towels, etc.; 50 percent, below competition. No Man's word bur come and see. Youj-s for honest values.  THE RACKET STORE.  South First Street, Abilene, Texas.  x; rE-s: crrc 2CS.  JOHN K. nOXlK. (HAS. KEN VON. ED. S. UUGilES. W. F. FT.OURNOV, B. n. KEN YON. F. C. DIG BY ROB Eli rs, and F W. JAMES.  Collections receiTwJ on ail accessibit' poiuts, and rptnrnB promptly ma'if as directed Careful Mteiitioii RiTen lo tiie buiinesa ol corresiwndenta lA^lttrs of inquiry che»-rfally am! l>romptly aoewered  WEVKK TOO .MUCH TUOUBLE TO Pt.E.'lSE OUK CUSTOMERS TRY US  Re.-^ideuce: Corner Chestnut and Seventh Si*.  DK. J. A. PIPKIN.  Resideji'c: I H pistol it at the traine time iin esti  Co. Cedar and S. 7th ^yid, Hjj, »raveiit respoiisibilil'  near Baptist ch^r h. ,  DUS. BOYCE A- I'li'KiN ;r.!,':..?":."?:!'.........  (I  The  court fitiiei e; week  J,G. CL'HKIE  Coiivevancer.  WILL sn rri.  Notarv Public.  H. M. HENDERSON.  Survfcvor.  Currie, Stith &û Henderson,  GENERAL LAND, LOAN AND IN3DHANCE AGENTS  Alili.E\F., TAY!>0!i COi X ! V, i EXAS.  public Opinion Offer tiif^ir profFesisioniil ¡services to , , , , , , himin the people of Abilene and vicinity in all ^-^''Odlii Iioltl hiiu io  the lirHMche? of the profession. Calis accnuiitability. Evety  Che-itnut street, near Piilnce Hotel. , e<l bectiuse p:t<tol-t'arryiiig offieia ^  ate too ready ic sltoot. SocietlN ; sliouhl Hay to iIk^ islierifF, const t  liOMiEPATHIC PHYSICIAN. Ior policeamn, \ou will be si  I tained in doing your dutv. ICv Chronic Diseases a Specialty. unnecessarily yoa  Office at Uesi.Ience south of Mef ho-i j „Mter  di8t ( hureh, Abilene, lexaji. ** '  G. W. SHERBINO. M. D.  Dr. W. W. WÄLUCE,  how liumble, hj^r í^íbit ¡»utab i your v itjtiui, tj^r^iurdei'^8 mnrilt no matter,,^ wbot0 ftohç.—VVa<  PHYSICIAN a»«i StUtîi:ON>«yA^'''  ABILENE. 'i'EXA.S.  and mechanics from Cofiee's Bend, | „g^,, Si-hool aiifl Uh Work. t>n Red river, to Austin, Tt sas, to: school Joamai,  take charge of the quartermaster's i The questicn oí keei)ing our departtueut at that place. He next ; boys iu our high schools is geftinti a(!Companie<! Maj. Alliert Sidney to be a serious one, In some cities Johnson, who was then paymaster,' and towns the attendance has on a tonr of the Texas military 1 steadily decreased each year, un-[iosts, witti an ambulance loaded ; ul now it is wholly made up ot with gold, and without eí^corí, ex-; girls, and they are beginniuii tu cept one clerk, one <iriver ¡uid a show a lack ofinteretiL. Tiieques-neyro serNant. In 1SÓ2 he accoin tion is beginning to l)e ask d, "is panied Lt. Col. R. E. Lee from iht' work oí liie higii school suited Fort Phantom Hill to Laredo, to the requirements of the pupilsT' Duriiig 1853 he worked for the It certainly has (¡i«<<'!pliiiary value; (piarteruiaster's department at San ! it also affords excellent oppurtu-Antonio. In 1854 he was emi>loy-' nity for such as are seeking to en-t-d as dispatch bearer bet ween 1 ter college; but tiiat number San Angelo aiui El Pase, H danger-; small. The question of time and 0U8 service, as the entilé route the need of the preparation for was ihrongh a wild Indian coun-. life work is before the majoiiiy of He remained in the employ ; the i tudents. Most students coni-oiSihe quartermaster's department: pleting the work of the grannnar until the spring of 1855, when an ^ grade cannot afford to spend three expedition was dtted up against more years in sciiool unless they  i of war.'- Long may he live to eti-) mostly translations." ijoy the fruits of liiii labor, and ben-i[ M,—"I fear then that .\ou. Imve etit his fellow citizens by his ex-fiio opening in the business world. : ample of industry and enterprise."' jYou would be of no use to me. -fc. g ^—-- -'-^'Good dav."  ("alls attendpd either day ornight. Office over Harris" DrugRtore. Kcsi-i dence in property fonuerlv o^^ ned by L. ■ •Maier.  RHiMed Mt or til« Ciiaoiè^  Chicago Ti^  "V\ e will now,'' said ihe preach-  This age demands training ihat can be used as a stepping stone io success. \Ve do not ailvocaie the abolition of ••¡ogiilar" conrses, but we do believe courses in praetical maltei-s would in,ike the .^choo! fai" more popub-.r. Dot'S nOt niarvelou.s success f>f the coinnier-cial schools t hrooiihdut ihe coun-ti'V show that the Nonng nien waul instriiciion in what »il! aid them "o earn a livj-jg. The iiigh school that teaches b()ok-kepi)ing, stenography. letter wriiing, iypewrinng, banking, coniinoii !aw, con) inercia! calculations, short cuts in ti-^ui-es, uses ofbnsiiiess papéis, and ^ives general drills that tend to (¡uirkeD the inteilect and secure accuracy iit tiie same iintc. does not hu'k for pupils.  E-iid of ibe 19!1b Century. A corresoondeni, '.van's io koo'.v  the liidians and to guanl the road know thev will be better prepare<i when tii»^ 19'li cv 'ury »^nd  ftom Fort Clark to El Paso. The to earn a living. Cheuu«try is an  expedition had a hard tight with interesting and a valuable science,  the Indians near Eaule Springs, but it is difficult to make a young  The attacking party was Lieut, „lan whose ambition is to be a  Randall, with liO soldiers, the wag- salesman see its practical use. (nunaster with ten of his men,; Book-keeping would appeal to bi.s  er,  JO  ÂT^ORNEY-AT-  N A. WIL  -.AVv-  Abstracter :AND  AiMS,  oan  D  Li !  LiN i  Owner 3i tlie Taylor Canatj Abstract Co.  Complete abstract of title to all lands iin Taylor county, lots in : Abilene, Muffalo Gap and Merkel. Abstracts furnished on Fhort notice and at reasonable rates. Nf<uiey to loan at lowest rates anti on better terms than ever offered in West Texas.  Prompt attention giveii to tiie iuvestigatioii of old land titles.  Notary i^iblic work done in otiice.  Office up stairs in Maverick Building. Pine Street. Abilene, Texas.  take up our usuai Chris tin ¡collection for the poor, I wish to jivminil the congregation ihaî i lam reliably inionned ihegambKis jot this town have boasted they . will oiiido tile churciies two io TEX AS. ' one in charit\ this year. At tiie n Î M A1Î1Î7>DC<A1? I èian.bling house in the bluck below  Ul. J. H. Âllil&iil^Ull, ! the sum ot ¥250 was laised yest  day."  Tile Drganist struck up a ui ami w lieu the collectors cauie oa< with tlie baskets aiter making tlïe  DR. r. N. BROWS, E T I S r  Established 1SS-Í. ABILENE, -  1—^ "ix TT  ^ i  Fine  M -cet.  i 1  \bilei)c, Te.x.'is,  i James Cloud, the guide, and the geuse of tiiness witli more force-sul)jectof this sketch,who captured : Geology, zoology, geometry, trigo an Indian girl child, which he took uouietrv, etc.. have their uses, but care ot unlii the conunand reached ; -^[^ey are beyond the necessities of gj/^j „,,,¡1 .o ,,■( io( San Eiizaro, when he gave her to thousands who must begin life n Mexican woman. In 185G Mr. nsclerka, accountants, steno^raph-.VIaitl>^w{jrked for Maj. Wayne, typewriters and oflice assisl-buil^g ai.d preparing tiu; camel'ants generally. The case is iilus-rufih at Camp Verde. trated forcibly by wnat took place  After these, and other servi&es between a merchant and h high ind ad vent ures of a luiiitary char school-graduate, who replied to acter, the subject of this sketch the former's udvertiiiemeni for an yot iijarried and settled in l>urneti otfice boy :  It win en<l at ì2 o'clock. ni:ilìiij:hi, on ih? night of Dt-ccinber 31. A. D. 1900, w il idi is a r'ew dn\ 3 o'> er ten years froni uosv. — Green vilìe Banner.  The Hnh cenlury 'viU end ai ili o'clock. nrdii;u!it, ì)!! ibe ingbt of Decomberai, A, D. 2000. The rirsì dav of the rhrisiian -ra did not  at iiight; Uh' iìrst ten ) enrs did noi eua iintii Decemberol, 10; the tirsi i'futury on Decvinber .SI. lOn, wbeu ihe  iiìiii.iry I, seei) thai hegiii iin-• il. 1900. the nrsi ■.•, —Scai\-  n. T. BLF.DPOK.  K, K. i,I:gktt  rounds of tht^ pews, u was iuunö i county and commenced tarming.  that the indignant Bt)ard of TratId,  V  'ip K  BLEDSOE & LECETT,  Attorneys - at - Law,  PINE ST., ABILENE.  Merchant—'T Buppose, young in 1862 he entered the Confed man, thai your education fits you men in the audience had contribu-i erate army, helping to laise the for this position. : ted enough to bring the coi3ectiun| 17th Texas Infantry, and was made Young Man—"i cs. sir! i au; a  for house furnish  The common gam-block below weie  Band stiwing, ri{)i)ing, turning brackets, turned columns, Cypress tanks, built to order.  Shop on South First St., - - Abilene, Texas.  TOTITN BROS., Props.  up to ií5UD.  ,, . • ,, . J • biers in the VN dl practice in all the courts and prive > cióse attention to all business intrusted i beaten out ot sigiit. tí) their care. , ---------------  ^ _ _ : hiive a cousin who is  --high school.  [îere is a long column  C.A.KÎRKLAND, ATTORNEY-AT--LAW,  Office over First National Bank, ABILENE. TEXAS.  a print-  Jst Lieutenant of Company E. graduate of  The regiment marched from Aus- M.—--flere is a long column oí  I tin to Little Rock, Ark., and en- figures. \Vi!! you perform the ad-  |! tered Gen. Henry E. .McCullough's dition in two minutes."  ,, , , . brigade. Atter about one year's Y. M. —i know how to add, but i  , er,' saj, s Ex Ma^or J. ii. Lougnraui . ,, . , , . ■ / , ,, , ■  loixNon a l>e« .Woines, ia. -cjome elected captain fear i could not do it correctiv in  i^ears ago he was employed in mis company, on account of fail- so short a time, i really have had  jcit} wLn-re they were jaiuting eir- ""ing health, he was discharged and no practice inaddition since i left ! cuiai« for Cnauibeilain. Jle iiatl  S A Y L E S ^  L A W Y  LOUIS C. WISE.  ALE. H. H. TOLAK.  Abilene, -  S A V L E S,  R S .  - - Texas.  a tieep seateil coid and ti-iripie cough, autt while Betting up c.op^y he maoe Uj> his mi;; 1 to uii^ a bot  Sent home to die, bu> the glorious the primary school." I climate of Texas prevailed, and .M.—-You may take these papers I with health restoreci he was —a note, draft, check, receipt, jexas pdiior wb  secniid (••.■¡liiiry iicgnu J loi, So it is piain Iti bt^ the 19th centnry will not tii the nigiit i)i' ['>ei-e:nlie: Jannjiry 1. 1900, vviU be diiv of the 19r!i centni; A d \ ;>nce.  TtiP Advance is gri-aily in error as to ÎÎ3 tina! fo¡¡('in>,!o¡¡. Tue ììrst century ended \NÌt:l! the year 100; and the 2nd centiiry wOJi the year 200, and so on. liie 19th (•entu'-y. as a niaticr of course, wiil end with the year 1900, ;itst ine same as tiie 3rd C(M:ini-y e; ded with ihe 3 ear 300. Wp are ¡n rhe 19th centniy ¡lo^^', and nearing it-end at that, akuongii the Adsance sa\s it lias not ,sei cisuiinenceiL We are a iiliie snrorised to îind a o does noi knov^  LOUIS C.WISE&CO.  Office, corner of North 2iul and Pine St«.  ESTABLISHKO IN 1880.  T. W. DAUCHERTY,  tlornev and Coiinsellor-a{-Lawj  ABII,ENE.....TEXAS, j  Office on Pine St., over let Nat'l Bank.! I^Speclul attention to Collections.  tie, it cureti liim, aud tüüt VNasIpií'Ccd in command of a (company lease, mortgage, <leedf and name  ine lirst i ever Knew of CnumUer-• of conscri¡>ts, and was assigned to eacdi one as you return it to me.  iaiu's CüUííh liemeuy. i ha ve oeeai i juj^ against Indians and bui,u- Y. M.—-Reallv, sir. i never saw  strongly 111 its ia\or ever sUice. I ' ■ • 1 , >1  VI,. . V , i . . I wnackers: aiul as sou'e (it the lat- such ( ocunients oetore.  i\l\ ow a expeiience and tliat ol my I ,. 1  family eoovinces me inat luis lem^ | unavoidably killed, while M.-"\\ ill yon comiste the ;n-  euy is tne best in tue worlo,, Tnal i making anests, he was hunted like terest on this uotel You will no-  I may be strong mnguage Out that ¡a wolf by the Federal soldiers dur- tice that it has several payments  lis «hut 1 iniiik," i^ur sale uy lieo. j reconstruction, and his house endorsed on the back of it."  C. Harris iiro., Ui ujiyisip. ! , . 1 n » 1,, __' I broken open and pillaged ot vaiu-  what cenuirv iie Ií\hs in.—(ìreen-■^ibe Banner.  It i;^ the !)pÌ!iion <>f the that the 19iii cen'nrv emis ;iî niid-  ;UM  Y. M.—fear I could not tio  Gaaraiiiteed ture i'or l^a lirippe. 1contents. He finali,^ surreu- that. It has been so long since 1  OFFICE, OYER ABILENE NàTIONÂL BANK.  p. o.  Abilene, Texas  m  Box 210.  A verv hir'^-e list of farm and ranch hinds in Tayh)r, Jones Fisher, Xohni and Mitchell counties. Improved and unimproved business, resident and suburban proi)erty in the city of Abilene. Taxes paid for non-resident owners. Titles  perfected and loans negotiated. * j  Prompt and Larefid attention givm all correspondence i relating to lands in the Abilene cmmfry,  L. C. WISE & CO,  J. M WAGSTAFF, ATTOR N E V AT L A W Abileiie, Texas.  Will practice In the district and county courtB, and give doge attention to all business entrusied to his care. Oflice orer First National Bank.  Erastus Graham,  ATTORCE Y-AT-LAW.  Will jfive epecia! attention to convey-.•it cinff. na%iiin)r on titles to real ef^tate, <tc. Ottice North First Street, over l^poweki'B store, Abilene.'1 exag.  T. A. HENRY,  We authorize our advertised druggieii 10 »eli you L»r. King's  dered. was courtmartialed, and gtuilied. arithmetic. You know we  nigiit of Dccetnb^r ol.s that e\ery hour, tia^, tni.ntb \ear after îîmî unie and liurirg the 1900 pei'iod will be so ¡nucb tiiiie on the 20th century.  Cood Looks.  Good looks are more iban  iSpeptic be af-  i^Office o^ or Lapoweki'g atore, le, Ttixa«.  turned loose ou bond. He thenitjjd jjot have that in the nigh  _____________„ -- _______,_______ farmed until 1873, when he wasap-'schools." deep, depending upon a beaiii.y  Couguti, auu Cold upou mis couui- ^..Uited captain in the frontier bat- j M._"Well, youug man, what do condition of all the vital organs, iiou: If \ouaie aillicied wiia Lii ; ... , ,, . , If the Liver oe inactive, you have  GnppeaJa vvul use o.ih ,,,,^edy i ' ' knowf ^ ,,,,,  accoruuig lo uirectious, giving iui | against the Indians in what is now y. M.—"l studied algebra, ge- be disorded yi)a have a Dy iiial, aud t5Xj#eneuce no ueuetif, known as t he Abilene Country. i ometrv, astronomv. zoology, bota-; Look and if >our Kidneys  In 1876 Capt. Maltby removed i ny, chemistry, F^-ench and Ger-1 if^ted yon ha ve a Pinched Look.  ' , • , . , .. Secure good health and von wih  rom Burnett to Callahan county.! man during my last year. : ^^^^^^ Electric Bitters  and has devoted his time to the ; M.—''Then you had better apply : jg the great alterative ami Tonic,  peacetui parsuils of the farm an<l i to my friend Dr. Jones. Your acts »lireetiy on the?<e vital organs.  orchard, aud has done as much as ; knowledge of chemistry would be Cures Pimples, Blotciies, Boiia  any one uian to develop the Abi-i valuable in Ids ofiBce." lene Counuy, as he formerly did | Y. M,—"But, sir, I wish to en-  to wrest it from the savages. | ter the busiuess world." ----■ ^---—  Senator Blair, author of the eda. i Capt. Maltby is personally popa j M.—If yoo understand French Colonies of negroes are being cationall bill which was di8cnsi.>d ! lar, luul b'S was one aud German I could induce Messrs. 1 imported into Okiahoma from Ala-  so much «om© time back, has Ue^u | oontinued but varied scene of wild Import and Export to employ you I bama aud other southern states, defeated for re-election. Jacob H. adventure, his la er years are an ■ as foreign correspondent." j They are wanted in Oklahonm to  Galliuger will represent »ew ! evi<lence that ''peace hath her vie-j Y. M.—"Oh! bat I eaonot write ? vote the republican ticket to help flaoipshire iu Blair's stead. I tories uo less renowned than those j those lauguages. Oar work was [ out the party iu tiiat territory.  ¿ÜU iija¿ reíur.^j ine üutíle ana ^our nian«^ retuudi d. W e make lijts offer, üecause oí the wonUer iui ttUccesd ol Ul. tiiug'ö ìsew Diti-iov«ry dnruig la&L seaaun's epidemic. Have iieard Ot no case in WÜ cJj it failed. Try it. Trial uot(i(;s tree at lìass liro.'s Drug ölore. Large sire ;>0c. auU ^1.00.  and gives a good comple.\ion. Sold at Bass Bro.'s drng store. per bottle.   

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