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   Abilene Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - June 3, 1891, Abilene, Texas                                 p  . i  " i  H  i  ;AMSS A. L0WR7, PITBLISHSB  A Weeklj Nevtpaper—Devoid to the BevelepmcBt «f Âbilcae, Ttjlor Oooatj, ud tlis "Abileae Cooatrj'  TÏBMS, $1.50 PEE YEAil  TOLlJMi:  ABILEKE. TAYLOR COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY. JULY 3, 1891.  ]S1jMBER 19  THEO WEVCK, lYesident  .1. G, LOWDON, Cashier  WM CAMERON. Vice-Pros.  I*ro/es8Ìon€tI C€ird8,  'Papa, ^amnia in Dead.  THE ABILENE NA  Lanjvat Hankinn Inatitution in the Abilem Coinitri/. Thta Imtitution Manngcd ?« the Interest of Enterprises Favorable to the Abilene Country. TTe Would Like Your Bminess.  ! Railroad Commission Rule»«  I From the Cincinnati Euqairer The railroati COllimisSIOn of TeX-  Drs. EVAKTS A STir.ES, . A party of men «'ere sittiog in as issued tbe follosvino- rules to  S9XIE0FAT5IC PHrSICIAHS ^^ ^ ' govern proceeding;« anti to regn-  AND SURGEONS. P'-^T'^ii poker » few nights late tbe mode of investigations  fi^Diseascs of Women a Specialty-^ ago. Tijere were five in tiie game and hearings before rhe raiiroad  T. ^Q/ficeNori/i Second Str^ft. land tile )i mlt was 50 cents, niade .commission :  Dr. Evarts'residence at J¡iloiiKrk place ; , . umuiio^n^n.  North ."^ide ; Dr. Stiles' over office. ; Small because the leavers were A quorum shall consist of a^;  workingmen who had dropped in least two members of the eommis-to pass tbe evening over beer and gjon,  'J. In the absense cf the perma-gs wtMit on slo-a-ly for the uent chairman the other two com-  Pnbiic Meeting.  DU. M.C. BOYÍ Í:.  líesidenC'-: Co/-,-iC7- Cii':s¿!i"t and  S^pventli Sil.  THEOD. HEYCK, WM. CAMKRON. ÜEO. P. PHILLlP^r, K. B. BOLLINS, J. M. DAL'üHKirrV. ,í W H KD, \V B liKAZELTON, .í G LOWDOX  (ÍPIT1LI\II Sll{PLlíi.í:i200,()00.  DH. J. A. PIPKIN.  lifstdcnce: Co. C>;d(tr and N. 7th cards. )ti ar Baptist eh'r'h.' rp. ■  DRS HOVrF I: PiPKi\ iiiin  U«er tLjir pro^t^onal sorv k-e. to : ' ^^^^ ° ^  i the people of Abilene and vicinity in alP ced to get its work 11;, the winners their number to act R? temporary  ; the bninchei^ of the protei.^ion < alLs , .¡j^jj. ^.¡jj^s out tnore-bold- ..[jairman to preside ov»-r the de-  1 answered at all hours, dav or nitrhr. , , , i uau man lo pi t'Mut u . uit ut  i OnuE—Up Siair^ ill Stetrfu's hrick.' iy, whicii made tlie b)scrs ¡»lay |ii)erations of thf> commis.siuii.  I n.e>tnut ^^et. ru-ar I>alace Hotel...... „.oie desperately. 3. The secretary shall provide  So far the biggest loser was a ^ booic of proper size anei  l ABI.ISIIKl. SATIOK Vl.I/KD  The oldest Bank m the Abilene Country.  THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK,  (JF At-:!I.K\K. I EXA>.  CAPITAL $125,000. SURPLUS $25,000.  T.-nnxaH<in nmrra! Bankinq (¡..lUetluns a Sp. ri.ilfi, and Prompily Rnmttfd for  H l'AKiiAMOKt:, G. A KiHKI.AM), ,i M. HADFOUD, UfJOOKK SMITH, OTTO W, JiTEFFENS. i. s KOl.LIS-, K. H SiXTEXIS.  With ampie cnjdtal and large lacilitie? to handle ail desirable basine^., we invite MTespondence and solicit a eontimiiince of the li-eral patronage extended to u.s.  DR. D. R. FOWLER,  PHYSIGIAN ÄND SÜRGEON,  ( nKsT.vrj >r , Ar;ri.K.\K  red-face<]. jnrly sort of j, jiian known as .Jìiìì lìobinson. who  arrangemen'  to be calleti the  would oertainly be nominated. Oiitsiilt  defeated if of the fací  Docket of tije liailroiid Comniis-lives With liis family not a great .^¡on of Texas, in which shall be and •iiKt-a.'^es oi'v.'onif ii r. .■-iHM'iiiuy. ; distance fioiu the stock ynrtls. £iijtered in ihe ordtr of iilino- the  is a heavy (iriuker and the names of the peisoi:s. tinns or i tluu he thought Cleveland was not G W SEERBiNO M D Uiore beer he drank the more reck- corporations making cotnplaints i tiie man for the oilice, he said that  OMoVpITII i( PHVSk'i \X played and the deeper he to the investigation if the lOin  Says Cleveland Will Be De-  feated. a meeting of tbe business pjen  Special to tie Gazette ot A bi 1 f n e, b e 1 d J i: n t- 2 71 b, 1 SO ].  Spaetanbueg, S. C., June 20.— p ^.xhhe was elect .mI chairman George D. Tillman, member of y^^ Crenshaw secretary,  congress from the Second dis- ^^^.,^ oojeer of tbe nieeiin-  trict, gives his opinion on several explained b\ Ed. S. iau-bc^  important national issues. As to ami the followin-rc^o niious WHro the third party, he says it will : )-wir :  never amount to aiiything in the \\'berea<, li ;ii)i).;r'-:.: fr>Mi) South or anywhere else. That it the statemen-s u;ailc " was hatciied under the patronage of ieutl-inen in this of impracticable men, a great many the mills of Texas are not onynig of whom have made a failure of and grinding into liour any import-everything they have undertaken, As to the fi'ee coinage of silver, he declares his abiding faith in the success of the measure. He thougut Uleveland stoo(J no chance at ail for the nomination, and  t;rig tiij;  4 ; ee :¡  got into the hole. At the loss of misaion any matter pioperly aris-  Chro>nc Di^ra^'-s u Sprria'ty. j everv pot he swore and cursed {„g under the act creating said  Orhee at Pesiden.re sontli of M<^tho-1 'm^.j. „ood lack of oth- commission. Saidentrv shall also  di?t rnurcli. Abil^Mie. lexas.  ers.  DR. V/. W. WALLACE,  contain the names of the persons.  no army likes to foliow a defeateil general, If Canipbeil carried Ohio at the next election. Tillman said he would not be sui'5)rised it' ile sliould be nominated. If not,  The clock struck 10 when a thin- timis or corporation.s agains: ^^ii' would get either New  PHYSICIAN' ÄND SÜRGEON, boy of ten or twelve years ^y^om complaint is laade, and a '^'ork or Ob.o, (iorman came  \KirFNF TFX -\s ' approacned the table and ste¡)ping brief note of the subject of com-I î'îom too small a state to be nounn-  aUended din- or'night. Otliee "P ^^ Robinson, Said; plaint or matter to be investigated. I ^ted. As to the speakership of  ant part oi iiie ne'>v for -he reason tiiai nt-w wiN-ar, li;; til ii passes thronui! tiie >^Tc'a: does not unike good dour: bn' that rionr nninuf;i'/niroo tro:;, wheat will heat and spoil m: only a s.nall portion oí such '.v i: is 11 Scd J] i \ I'd witi» ubi ".V Lit-.ir, , Wiier;as. There is compara:: ly no old wiit'at in Texas '0 mixed with ísie i,ew aiui rru- sir inents ¡icfoim as :;i;!r  mills of Texas at the p: osei." t: i'aniiot use ans' imnor:;!o: i art the new wiieat now iicinu :>ti't-: tíiroUirii3Uí Texas -ii.. therefore be ü li Í:S< ' t, n  ¡'¡ill,  Î , W .james. Pri'fti<Jent Kl> - Hl'GHE^. N' l'rcüidfti'.  li. P. KEXYOK. Ca.shi^'r HENRY .TAMES, -V.^'- t ( jv^hii-r.  over Harri.-i" Drugstore. ib-.«idence in property formerly owned by !.. Maier.  'i'HE  Farmers and Merchant.s National Bank. ; ^  r.: abilene.  DE. F. N. BROWN,  )ENTIST,  .„  Capita  Söo.OOO.OO.  n of the com- ; -, , , , ,  í I oiihuiry proce<iure, it i»  .JOHN K. HOXIE, < HAS. KENVu.X. FD. >. HUGiiES. W. F. FLOUMNoV, r.. B. KENVON. F. (". F)IGin' KOIiFH TS. and F .lAMES,  Collections received on an accessible- poiut^, returns prompt.y directt'd  Careful atU-nUoD given to tiui businc-SK of rorr,-,poii.U-nts I^n.-rs ol inquiry rhee-lull> ana promptly »nswiTcd  NEVEK TOO MUCH TROUBLE TO PI.EA>K OUR CUSTOMERS  TRY U  CHEAP LANDS.  6  ___^^ ^^^^^ ^ ^^^ ^ .......... ^ I  The Abilene Laid bill makes Money Dear and Land Cheap, and we ofFer  bargains in the latter. It will pay yoii; to call and se'e us befoi e biiying^^,  Currie, Stith & Henderson,  Abilene. Texas.  -Pa, ma wants yon." 4. Said docket shall show the ' house, he said h  -All right: Til be there soon." {He number of each couipiaint v.r I Ci isp would be elected, was the gruff answaix ani.l with other subject to be investigated that the boy left and the game ^vhich shall corres])omi with th. ^ went on. the ))layers liardly notic (¡i^, number an the original paj^ers. | ing the interrupti,on. All ¡»apers contaiiiing cotn-  (^)uiclc and often went the drinks pbunis or other i..roi)er .Nubjects i ' ; and livelier than ever wen: the of investigation !.y the rommis- |  " chips. An iionr iate" two of the sion shall be tiled by the >ecrcia-' players vrere in the hoi« to tlie ex- j-y nnder the direc , tent of S8 to -ft' each, while Jim ' luission. or any member t!iere<) was in deeper tinui any of them, and numbered according to tiu-The Winners were quite niei'ry order of iiliijg,  A)ve?- their luck and rushed the fi. The busine.^s o^ the dockc: jack I'ots with consub.'rabb- 1 igoix uiay be called in t be crder agreei! Then, as the hands r»f the rlock on by the CLininiission at ea(d! sit-« ^. ^ I _ ; wei'e editing toward the midnight ting.  Attorneys at ® ^^^^^ of the players said: 7. After aearing i:ie testimon;.  U-Hl pn'ciiee^nalUhii^mi and give "Lcfs play ten "tifty-cent jack which may be submitted in any close attention to all bn.iiness intrusti-d pots and quit."" case the COmmission may if deem  totneu cau. •'That's me." said Jim : -1 think ed proper to a full understanding:  WM H LOCEETT ^ ^^^^^ ifyonllo." of the (¡uestions ufider cousidera-  -it'sago." ochnr i the otiier.s. tion hear argument f'lom tlie par-  ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,. Two red chips, each 50 cents, ties or their counsel under .■^uci!  ahilknk, ' S2.30 in the pot iind only .">0 eents limitation.s and in the order direot-  AF.ILFN-K,  DR. J. M. ANDERSON,  DENTIST,  PIXK STRF.i;f, AiüI-ENK, IKX.V.-; I). T, i'.LF.o>oK. K. iv. I.V.Inrn.  BLEDOE & LECETT,  honiriit  Froiifipt ISiiiiiig«  Ii i- cliietiy in civil courcs (hat complaint is ¡aade of tlie la.'.v'.s ile-lay. ('uurts martial ¡-.re only temporar}' organizations, anil cannot I continue cases from lerm to lerm. I Ibit wiih all the ir.ouiptnes>5 of  not  ^>:ien that a deci>ion ¡s i.ibi:i;iii.-u wi;ii so little hesitation as in tiie f(_ib)wing case ;  An old lad\- iL\'ing !n I>ixio in the time of tlie rebel.ion broriuhi ht-r complaints to the bead.quarters of the C'onfederaie (ieneral i5ragg, whero .>hc vv'as ¡net by bis aduitar ;. and tlie foilowing convcrsarion ensued,  Oid Lady —Ts ihis v.'iierc (Aiji-tau! ßra^g  f .  es  iJi'ent-  Ves. niadam  1 mice 'i'-e;- Fli'uriioy Builditi.' Cii."itt;uî "-i  Land Agents  A'ITroJ^XKV - AT- LAW.  AlUr.ENK. TKXA-.  I M.ii'r >r\i-r Fir^l NaíiMTiiU l'>;iiii-.  C. A. KIRKLAND,  OHN A. VV  A MS.  A :R::T  < n'ici:- (.A 'T First .X'aî idi'iii 1 AIULFNK...........  TKX.VS  to draw. What a temptation to ed by the commission, the loser seeking to get everi. a majority of the commis-  And the !(KS(M' ^^■a^ in e\'ery ¡tot sionors p^resent am! sitting 0:1 any  before the ilraw. after the draw, casé may decide the question or  in ev erything sa\e in raking :lowu (¡ue>tions under in\-estigation, and  the (diips —that pirasnrf.' Nvas left rhe decision ol'srndi majority shall  to the winner oni\. l)e tne iiid¿.o'meiiI of the commi--  Fice ininutcs tu \'J o'clock, and .sjon. now c<)nies the last ¡)0t. 9. The minutes ot' eacli ses,-;iori  "T.et's make ibis Si each." of the comadssion ^hail be siixried  -A ilollar it is ano a dollar to bv the commissiuner lO'c-  üWBer Ol Ili: Taylor Conni? Âostracl Co.  ^S A VLE S ^ S A V Ll^S.  Complete abstract of title to aii lands in Taylor county, lots in Abilene, Buffa'iO Gp.p and Merkel. Abstracts furnished on short notice and at reasonable rates. Money to loan at lowest rates and on better terms than ever oftered in West Texas.  Prompt attention given to the investig-ation ot old land titles.  Votary Public work done in oilice. Office up stairs in Maverick Ruilding. Pine Street. .Vbdene, Texas.  Abilene. - - - - - - -Ofîl'^e, corner u.^Nnr;ii •Jrui .'md  i ex il.-. Pine Sr,>  open it."  ••1 t's a go. with a inn rah," And -1 im optOK the pot. He is raised.  Perhaps it's onls a blind to keep the others out. if .so it doesn't work, as the pot is too l)ig, and the  sidiol at such session.  SB»—9—as - -  l'îiiSilllSiî'  N-ir Vurk suìì  .John Mund'ord. whose lancli i-^ on the north fork of lied Kiver, tells of a cr^se which shows tiiat ■.■volves have instinct little short cd  LA.MBKTií, Xùtarì/ Public.  \\ M ( A .VíLKV. A ft ornen at Laìc.  J. W« DÄUCHERTY, ; Aíloriiey íukí roiiiisfllor-aî-Law.  ' .VBII.KXF ----- i'FX AS.  < )tTice o\'er Lrqiow ,-ki's ¿tore. ' Bé5"Speci:..l attention to < 'oliections.  Others drop in with Si' each. Then  like a true powers. sow with a  dozen pigs was down in a draw  has oniv two reds and leading to the river one morning.  LA3IBETH A i^O  oK FICF  CIIKSTN  ON  ST.  e  1 & V  A LARGE LIST OF LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.  li ABILKXK. TEXAS.  .1. )l WA(iSTA! F.  A T'lA.) K X K A' I. AW Abilene« Texas.  Will practice in tiie di.strict ard county courts, ami y-i\e ciose .'¡trenfiun to all bu.'^iness entru.íted to his cüre. Otliee over First Xatioiuil Hank.  T. A. 15E\il¥.  Jim scans his hand like a sport, looks at his (dii[),s and, see ing that h(  a t'ew whitrs left, goes into his pockets anil brings out a 'd, the i'emain(b»r of a twentv that he iiad brought in early m the evening, g'^ioping away.  his whole week's earnings, and  t'Cgan again.  i!^VNI>i -C^TD^city LOTS  GROCERIES,  Olassware, Queensware  Is^Office over Lapowski's stoie. Abilene. Texas.  ■1 II. Pic KENS : l>.\y [!).!, HKI).  PICKEN8. Á-REl»  Old Mumfiiril heard ,1 terrible row down there. He we ¡it to see what the trouble was and saw a woli'go  He leturned t.» After a widle the noise This time he saw the wolf had return,)d witli its con.sort. The inother made a mock but ap|).ai'eni]y ferocious attack on tbe old sow, with bristles up and mouth oj:en. rushed at the iuother wolf who retreated slowlv and with much snapping of and many snarls.  While this was goirig on the male wolf quietly slipped around to the drove of little grunters. an^l picking u!) one in his mouth cantered off easily. He did not kill :t  can I do anything ¡'or you ;  Old Lady —A'ell, you see, mister, 1 ii\e ON'er where tiie tightin' was, ■\nd NN'hen Captain lirh^^y's comi-a-ny sk't'i'ied the Yankees, tiicy ran rite [lecrst my houst — rite peers; ; —when e.p comes (ya. ta.in r'orres: "lib ills critturs eom[xu¡N' ^cavair;, and makes a ime of li;;iit. nte rhrough my yard, and oversets .mv asii-hu¡)per. and treat.s —  ' Ìenera! lîragg «0' ting ne.ir — ( 'uÍ-.UjCÍ Jbent see that tiie hidy s (. lain, IS settled immeiiately.  3§ecr or Milk for 3 îisoîiîîî i a .  •■'idle man who had nist iett me < wanted to know it I could cur»-: iiim o[ insomnia," said a wcli j known New York doctor, "ilr-' said ho could ri()t sleei; unless he drank a bottle of be^-r e\ erv riii,diL just befoT'c qidnu' to 'oe.i. Now, ril giN^e you a presenpii"ij ^t'orali the world 'u read, If \on cannot sleep, the prtdiability is that it is because your stomach is empt}'. (let up and eat a erack--r or two and dtank a glass of !n;li<. and go back to bed again: Nien ' \ oil wid sleep. The rule with all the animal k.ngiiom is to sleep -oi À full stomach. "Man has nc* vet Ceased to be an animal, Meer is not a.-i good as milk, but a hire <»t sofue dnhf i'(")od is betîe/' tìoin t-it hf-î-,  .1 Wonder Worker, Mr, Frank Huff:ran. a 'oung man of Ik;: diigton, Ohio, .states that he had  oeen under the care •  la,!'  to US thai ihe pfop lene i-ount ¡■x , doii i wiiea; bei'ore tlo' opens taei'eior, : t ii e m Se o," e s i ■ ii :. - in- re f(.)i ¡i i i ' ;i ira _ Ka:isa> (';:y. po! n t s, i o ss : 1. (.- _t o t h e r e x i) e n s e s ; a;:  ueotion i' is prone Chicago. i\an-xs  h'i \ e ;uj:ne.i--c el- . níSh s tora ge ¡a<'X: t: unto it : ii. :x ^'i--;-tue nniis, iai íü-x  Res.'LVE;. Cmir l'r o l) t il r'ii X il; i) L- r ^ ' ■ al i Uis ;.¡ ee t Xi g ;., ■ good a whi-a; x:a: anv i¡¡a.'e ix 'iic -cont inu c t o ' >c ; • m iiumber of \ -i o. aro paying D íilas prices for '-vh»'.-;- i;--ped t o Se i, >' a; s :;;: ii ort I; . L i 1 a i a ' ; X'-^ N  i 11 ; e  Xl  ; ar i!¡ r : i ,1  fai'mor :Er ^ a i ! vi ni ' • " e i > u sraioi r'/ad;,^ 'O xmk- A'x  il (-reas.  A I )  5 P i"^! T" i Abstract.? of title. Havin-r a complete We have added to our stock of groceries a nice bne ot uiass, iin | Abstract of Taylor countv land title? as  and Queensware, and are prepared to offer inducements to parties recorded in Tavlor. Bexar and Travis  wonting to buy. We hope to merit the patronage of the public on these goods just as we have on groceries: 1st, fair dealing; 2nd, by kind treatment: 3rd. and last, by giving figures that will suit everybody. Come and examine our goods and oar pricey.  RUSSELL, WINTER & MILLER  MAMJPACTIÍKERS OF BRIÇK=  —ALSO--  svith the grai'e of an old-time win-neix says :  -P!a\' for tlwee." -Iday for four." says liie next, the man who made the original ^ raise.  The othfixs conrluded it best to ilrop out. They were not in it. ; Shook hands. Had no business there.  "Play for ti ve." says J iui. -Six." says the (>thei'. -Play for the balance in tJie !h11," says Jim. calling sight. "Yes."  -Well, cards?"  "Don't want any." says Jack. "Nor I. What have you got?" "Iviiig high straight." ''No good: ace high iiush here." "H—I and d---!"  Just then a ixn steiiped an to . , , ^v . , 1 v j i 1 - - 1  ,, , , ' , , tlje she WiSm-tiie old sow made tore he had used hai: ot a -ioilar  the table. It was the same ad , . ■", , hnftio thnr h^ u-«« m-iph iYi^rfar-  , , , „ , , I . 1 • a ru&h^ x?ii,ve the captured ni^r. >otti9. tmat ne was much better.  who had called before, but his iace ,/ ^^ ^ , , . , , , . he contniued to use :t and is to-was ghastlv white and his «^that the she wo,i dashed at aav enjor^ing good health. H'you  were wet with tear,s. As ire cam. ^ one^j^^ any Throat Lung or Chest  , ^ I I Ti 1 • k-t ^ SH^d then the two wolves ^^rfTJ/^nbie trv u. We guarantee sat-  ^otarfal work iciU he attended / .Charles-Goodnight Ua^^ily ;  .it Abi xrt-d> 'V i)cai  a:id b'lsincsa mer.  Obice in rourthoiise, Abilene, Texas. .Snecial attention given to furnishing  Ht once; he 8Ì»plv earrieti it loose ' of two promiiieii; phyöic^iiiö, aad . we niçri-e coî^elv»^ -o ^nhscnbc  . , . , r . , , , , , ; n.=;ed tnetr treatment antil ne -was  in his mouth and with his head ^^ot able to ge^ around. Thev t^ro- --- ■ - ^ -^ ^^ -i ..i. -  counties, we are prc¡jared îo fiirni,ch At>-stract.i on short notice .ind at reasonable prices.  o\'er his shoulder as if ne was nounced his case to je Consunqe  either enjoying the run his consort tion anci incurable. He was per-  was having with the sow or expect- ^tiaded to try i3r, Kiiigs New Dis-  • ^^ ,, COverv tor C onsiimnt-on. Coughs  ing something else. Meantime i r'Ci ? - ! r it - r-  , . ■■ andCobfsand at that tune was  the young pig was Squealing for ^^^ aole to wal.v acr. ss the street  help at the top of ij-tvMce. Leav- without resting. He found.  ne-  p. H. CAKTKK.  IE 11 wy«  Office Over Jjjj JpQtigfS' ï  MUY  store.  a i 0;' (i r .arge , VI 'i i e ij e, a X d eì x ; ì "0 ad s'auí'e Eie i iEe i e - ■ i e' cijrerprisc, I'dirEo-r ' e e  K Esr,i EX'E ; , T ha "v i\ v. i>'xng taken ìE 1 ne-' c X i i n g 'be i I.' ce -•>ar v : u o  fxd that î ae eu".'awjr i,.a-.  Ci, Ml lime 'lì h:Uid:'- ii> 'E g X'! Xi,  H!l!si)orö Mirror : If o'n.  Bass Bros. Drugstore.  Carefully, Accurately and Prompt ly. Acknowledgements 0/ladies and I invalids taken cither at office or res- ■■  e:.,is don-  Contraetors and Builders.  invalids taken cither at office or res- ^ Men are too much inclined o Office and Shops on Oak Street. \idence. If not in office when you cai/jhere to want large bodies of lant  Plaus and speofi^ioi^^ a^ .s^ence^ l>udd-, ^ AVhy. the day is not nu- distaU. twenty heac of bn^does, amon/use of by people in the Apache requires a  • UTIIfiPPD A WIII PR prompt attention. q^ O^cr when iorty acres oí it w,ll be ja^vvhich are some verv line sped- country, who hide by dav and | the ai»ove  ftÜDo«««» ® \ Care, Accuracy, Dispaich. ' small fortune. | men.«. travel at niirht.  w r 1; ; ■ h e  a  1  do  Kan sa:^  / added to his tine- biiffaio|*'^Apaehes believe if they kill a wo'ild soon be cotnne le.  ^ by the shipment^ofa btiil fi'om;: man in the dark their own souls ^ otlo r nelds for revenue. Lee's Summit, Mo. Mr. Goody; will wander in darkness forever. ' council at its last sittix. night now has some fifteen of« This curious superstition is made | the license nrdinan. c an  b  C^MISc Oí ^-g.fO  named saee? ' other »anor ..f 'ik-;- ch.ti )<•■   

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$9.95

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Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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