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   Abilene Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - July 10, 1891, Abilene, Texas                                 t  >  M:  The Tayi.or  V  i  w »  i  County News.     JáXK A. LOWHT, PÏÏBLI8HSK    A Weekly Newipsper—Deroied to the DeTelopmekt ef AMI«irt, Ttylor Ceuaty, ud the "Abilene Goaatry"    TÏEMS, $1.50 PEE YIAK      VOLUME 7.    ABILEISTE, TAYLOE COUm^Y,. TEXAB, FRIDAY, JULY 10. 1891    NTTMBEE 20     THEO. HEVCK. Preeident.  .1. G. LO'WDON, Ca-ihier  WM. CAMERON. Viœ-Pres.  THEO. HEVCK. Preeident.  .1. G. LO'WDON, Ca-ihier  WM. CAMERON. Viœ-Pres.  THE ABILENE NATIONAL BANK  Largest Banking Institution in the Abilene Country. This Institution is Managed in the Interest of Enterprises Favorable to the Abilene Country. We Would Lile Your Business,  Professional Cartls, Grand CeIebr»tl®M. i The Fire. Wortli Remembering. The Alien L.and taw.  ——------ ^ The Fourth of July célebration I Sunday, about one o'clock, the cnristian union Cbap. 62.—Au act to amend title  Drs. ETABTS & STIL.es, : at the College grounds' north of i two-story frame building on Pine Senator Pfefler proposes that article 0 and 10 and to add arii-  BOKCOFATSK! PffTSlCIANS i own was the grandest'aflfalr of | street, just north of N. Porter's the government shalllend the peo- cles 10a. 10b. 10c, ltd. lOe. lOi,  AXD SURGEONS. | the kind ever witnessed'in West ¡ saddlery store, was discovered to ple money, on adequate security, lOg and lOh. and to repeal all  «^Diseases of Women a Specialty-^ ! Texas. ! be on tire and an alarm was sound- ^^ nominal rate of interest. What ^^^^ jj^ oonilict ther?with.  Dr.E^í^iSilSatSoSckpl¡lcei The people of Abilene and sur-i ed by all the fire bells in the city, does this mean ? The government ^^^ j He it enacted br the  North Side ; Dr. Stiles'over office. i rounding country turned out al- The Fire Companies responded of the United States is the people legislature of "he state of Tex ^  DR. M. C. BOYCE.  Residence: Corner Ches'ratt and Se rent h Sts,  p „ most en masse, andhniidreds were promptly and did noble and effec- United States, it means xhat title ill rmd articles 9 and 10  iieSrfince- in attendance from. abroad. A tive work and in a very short ^^^^^ ^he people shall lend to the  Co. Cedar and N.Jth ' ' ......  near Bap*i.%t cfCr'h.  -LJ^Si^ ■ w'X'OlE^^S-----------  TUEOD. HEYCK, WM. CAMERON. GÏ0. P. PHILLIPS, E. B. ROLLINS. J. M. DAUGHEBTl, J W. BED,, W . B BRAZELTON. J. G. LOWDOX  by ihe ruiJitioii  Special train was run «irmn Cisco titue had the fjre extinguished. Kighthand pocket lend of articles 10a inb, liu-. ItM, lOe,  ^ and a great many came in from the : notwithstanding the fact that the money to the leithand pock- ' ^^ , ^^^ hereafter  OffeTlheirproffrssTonarservices to »'«"ii' railroad to the whole upper story was in a blaze is what U means. read as follows:  the people of Abilene and vicinity in all .east of us, and quite fi number ^ben thev reached it. Or else it means that the people the branches of the profession. Calls " answered at allhoura, day or night.  DRS. BOÏCE k PIPKIN  were here from the  a  west.  Office—Up stairs In Steffen's brick, | conntv and the other-counties tO with Brownin^ & Co's. j, Cl^estnut street, ne^ace^__; ^^^^ northward furnished their ^ «tore and theii^ stock was saved ^ ^^ "ot volnniarily.  I 0  > 'viiitM;  -TABLISMKi) 1-Tt;  NATIONALTZED is-l  The oldest Bank in the Abilene Country.  THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK,  OF ABii.ENE. TEXAS.  capital $126,000. surplus $25,000.  Transacts a Gnterai Ranking BusinesH. Ooilecfion,^ a Sperialfy and P -ompily Remitiedj  Jones: " The'lower'Story was occupied I ^^^^ l^^ve money shall lend to the urthe iTxas  grocery ! P<^ople who have not. Joluntary ? nyh'ts pertaining to personal  -here is property as are or shall be iKroni-dr. d. r. fowler, ' «i" people, thus-swelling the with slight damage, The upper ; against their .ending vol- citizens of the railed S  PiiVQWlkV AWn «fTncrAM occupied by G. E. i untanly at low interest or at no bv the laws of the nation  ruidiuan anu dunixtiun,: Earlyinthe forenoon the pro-; Ward's photograph gallery, aud ^^^ all. Sen;Uor Pfeffer, such alien sua 1 noioi.;  CIIESTSUT ST., ABILENE. ! cession formed in the city and I everything in it was a total Joss. : proposes, either that all the peo- ■ treaties of sn, h  «Obstetrics and diseases of wom^n a B}ieciaity. ' through the principal This falls hcavilv upoi Mr. Ward. ' P^® all "he people, United State.-,  tliee in new brick, Cht'stnut street; liesidpncc ! ' . o « ^ , j - ■ , i 11:1 1 si'  streets and out to the barbecue as he was well fitted UfMn his line : right-hand ])OckeL shali  i grounds near the Baptist College of business. Being thrown out ol ■ ler't-hand pocket, or  The order of march was business is a serious matter out-^proposes that the men  o L  na-.iK n  Oiliee  on Oak Street, soatli of court house.  G. W. SHERBÎNO, M. D.,  HOMO  He was  who ha\"e sas'ed their  fur  >\Tiiir PHYSin \\  .ill IV 1 11 1 .,1V I.v.^, follows: Fourth Kegi- sitle the loss sustained.  Chronic Di^rases a spect.Uu. \ ^^^^^^ Military Con^pauy, Ab- insured for .^800 but rhis amount ' couipelled to leml  Office at Residence south of Metho- ^ Commandery ' of Mason«, ^ will not half cover his losses, lie  (list Church. Abilene. Texti-s.  H  PA BRA MORE,  OTTO W. STEFFENS  G A KIUKLAKD, J M. RADFORD,  ;■alìer^  BROOKE SMITH, T. S ROLLINS. E. H. SINTEN'IS  With ample capital and large iaciiities to handle all desirable business we invite iTespondence and solicit a continuance of the ¡it?e."ai patronage exiended to us.  of  " mounted, followed by xVbilene had in his  DR. W. W. WALLACE, : Lodge, A. F. & A. M. These were ^ iinished and undelivered PHYSIOÎÂH ÂNB SUBGE&N, ^ ^'ollowed by a long procession of ^hieh is an additional loss.  ABILENE. TEXAb.  s.'ioo worth oí woi'k  f. w JAMES, President ED. s HTGUKS, \ President  B B KEN Y ox. Cashier. HENRY .I.VMES, Ass'I Cashier.  TH E  ^ARM ERS A.N'D Merchants NATIONAL BANK,  ( alls attended day or night. Office over llarrii' Drug.store. Residence in property fonuerly owned by L. Mnier.  BE. F. N. BBOWN,  DENTIST.  Eíír;!bl¡>íied  FEXAS^  AHILEN K,  I'KX AS.  CAPÍI^A;  .lOHX K. HOXIE. i'flAS. KEXYON. ED. S. IlUcaiEi^. W'. F. FLOLKNOV, B. B. KEN VON. F. C. DIGBY and F W. .lAME.s.  CoUectionB received on :U1 acc^saU)!^. poiat». and niarr-. pruJiip.ly ii.ad.- f '; careful attention riven to the bUMncss of rom-spon.ients Letter.- ..I iiKiuir/ cheeriun> ainl promptly ans\vere<!  NEVER TOO MUCH TROUBLE TO PLEASE OUR CUSTOMERS TRY US  LINGO, BURTON C O.,  I^UilBER i>EA7LERS.  DR. J. M. ANDERSON,  DENTIS^  I'INK S'riíKEf, AP.iLENL, TEXA>  i>e kno\Tn.  liad the iirt' dL'panno'iii in.u ri ty I hey tli  otlit-r pi Opel t  O. T. BI.KDSOK. K. K. !,i;(;KTl-.  BLEDOE LECETT,  Attorneys » at » Law^  PINE ST.. ABILENK. Will practice in ail the (.•oiirt.'i and g-i\ c close attention to ail busitse-'^s intru.sred to their care.  WM. H. LOCKETT.  4 TTORNEY AND COUNSEL OT, AT LAW,  ABILENE, TEXAS  OrVioeover Flourr.ov Builiiin- . Cli.-stimi St  The Best Stock of Lumber in the West. The Best Equipped Lumber Yard in the State. Your patronage respectfully solicited. ABILENE, ~ - - TEXAS-  __—————mm»'  CHEAP LANDS.  The Abilene Laid hill makes Dear and Land Cheap» and we oiFer bargains in the latter. It will pay you to call and see us before buying.  Currie, Stith & Henderson,  Abilene. Texas. Land Agents.  p.  )HNKY - AT- \V.  I Illic  AÎULENE. TEX.V.--  -. jT'T Fir-t Niitmiiai I'.arii..  Citizens. On arriving? at the I]rowniu<i & Co,, had a suiai: grouniLs "he ceremony of la.vihg amount of '.nsurance. probabl} the corner stone of the colJe^e by eiioiigh to covei' the Jariiew  the Ma.^oiiS was attended to. Condon bad the building lusured  The i)eo[)le gathered under a for 1000 which will cover hi.-s loss, vaist arbor, the largest and linest xhe ori'nii of the lire is un-thing ofthe kind in We.st Texas', known. Whether i: occurred Here they li.stened to stirring jVom .^pontanoons couibusiion o!' speetdie.s by (len. John Saylos, (dieinicals or orherwi.^e u ill ne\ er Fred Cockrell. J. T. Hurley of tiie Texa.-^ World's Fai.'- ('(iniuiiH-sion, and Judge \Vebb of Ihiird. sponded as (piirk O^-ingto the great number in damage u,.  attendanjo it took about three would hours tc feed the people, but gieat. ahere was enough for ali. and value of their erTorts and made u[) what was leit over was .sufiicieut hand.some purse tor their bene-to have fed a thousand more. fjf yi, the grounds. On .Moi.'day  It was a grand day and a grand WuUhe ])resented them with  gathering of the people. The .-¿ij.j. J. (:. Lowdon with •'^•lo. (r. .i. strangers from abroad passed Kirkland with and IN'. Porter many compliments on the order- ^yi^h ¡jue set of harness \alueii ly bearing of the people. Not an at-i-'U). Other gentlemen will do a oath nor a boisterous word was liberal i)art towards [)Utting our heard the entire day. iind not a pj-j.^, Departmeni upon ¡i go(»d.  drunken man wws ^een upon ^omjj working basis,  the grounds.  The fe.sti\ities oi the occasion were kept up to a late hour, when the jieopie went their se\era'l ways feelingtiie better ot ha\ing been there.  May we have many more s.uch meetings and joyous 0(.'casi<uis.  earnings i> tiie  men who have not. This is coniiseation. if the rich men have made th.eir moue\ unjusily ;ind are not entitled to it, let us say so frankl}', and take it away from them, iiut let us noi call it a loan by ihe'gov-ernment to the pco{)!e. '.''iie gi)\--eniment is the ¡»eople.  Tins is worth reinembei ing. Tiie go\'erijment is not an alistracl entity with plenty of surpbis energy wherewiui [o do things, û ;ì d plenty of sur5.»lus iuone\' wiice-with to buy things. Tiic \¿<>w-i u-ment is the j>eople. Its ¡nunev has ali been taken ■ uni or the undoubtedly ha\"e bee i [lockeis uf the ])eople. I'ndei The people ap[)reeiate the . our taxation most of i, comes from .  any ; ;¡ .l-: e  st.ite :■ oriier run o;¡\ey s::^; aiien . - r  n i 1 >  C. a. kirkland,  ATT O II X E .4 T " 1. A W.  onice ovt-r N;ai()ii;il llniik, I A1UL":X1-:...........'i-KX A>.  I  ^ S A [ .E S «V S A V L E S.  (Grasshoppers are threatening to ei\er-run portions oí Kansas, and if the\' do, great damage to cro]»s will i)e the resuit.  ilann:baì Hamlin, e.\wicc-[)resi-dent, died at his iiniue i Elaine, J uh' Ith.  A hi ¡ene-  Tc.x.'is.  A fearful eyclon<> xisited liouue. La.. Moiuhn  morning.  Oñice. cora»T of Nortli ;uui I'iiic .^t?. ing considerable damage.  The .mi e Hi  Har|..-;' ~ V-ui):-' '  A queer club was once estan-lished in l.ondon. nndei t ie title of Silent (flub, The meuiL»ers were bound to e-\[iress th;onseh es at ail club n eetings a-^ iar a> possib.e. without words, Tiie iirst rule of the elu!) was, "The memiiers of tl is academy shall thiiik much, ^vrlte bttle, and be as mute a> the\' cai..'" (.,)n one occasion a new ciuididate applied ior admission. Ib.it tue Ihingor. niembers were limned ;ind all  eancies tilled. A meeting wad üaton •-■''llt.nl, the candidati^ v\a.'- to iie introduceii.  Several I'l't'^^nlent was to ib'cision. WTien  îhe people of motlerate means. it is ¡ir0[)0setl that tue goN'erninent shall do something with ils monew it is ])roposed that we. the per)o;e, shaii (b) snnietijing witli (jijr mon-e\-,  Shail the go\ernm(Mi' subsidi/e steamshi[) iines ' That is, siiiiil sve, the people. pa}' our money lo the owners of steamshi]) lines, who take on.r mone\ but }»a,v us no share of îhe i>roiiis.  Siiall the go\'eriiment pa>' ■•^loo,-('00.(«XI to build a Xiearauga canal.' 'fhat is. shall é^"erv famil\- m tiie United Si.ites puy to [iie :nen who pro[)ose to inu d that c,ujai and let tiiein o^^n ài.d opt-rate i' iind talce the prolits.  It will hel]» our roaders to foni; a bftter jiuiginent as to the var:-oiis phms ¡'or spending tiie nionex ofthe g:o^■érnment. for the ^voI■d,  An. :b, Xl aUen .m .  who is no" a ci tna-n o : : i; >  States ot A II. erica < lia 11  title t.0 or ow!  lands w!;i¡¡n ;  and any deed <  purpi)rti!ig tÛ  interest to an\  '/ed fo! eigner or  pan y oi corporation  such in whole ,>v In oil 1.  -Vrt. b a. T:j;< c:ì ap9Ìt J any a.it time ot' aciiui;'" n. Texas, Hi^ tU-ci 01 o c c (1 !i i : n g ;i ted States shal. .  ' ■ c i; 0 n ; i 0 froEu ti e ;  .i i MO ì v> r i ( i  Art. loi, hereaí'ei t  13  Ci.  i l'e  .1  o 1  An:  deseen space i 'i' >ix y ■;;r> íi:.'. Provid-d tiia' .íiiv person ot UI;>«>'iííü inin ing ian Í> 'i rV;; < \"ears it'tci snci¡ t w c u ty '0il c - i :i.  son iif unsoui.d íclíoí had a i-.^gal guardia;:, Ari. loe, .Voy -fci:  a valr.abie -cn>ide;a'  ü(i¡d. a-ísigii. i«i'ec!o-r', Uiiber a;i>- iiioi'^.igi trust, iinv iaiid> íiÍíü. ; 1 r xas in w il 1 (■ í! h c !¡ is b ^'i r ; ii o f :;:r. i i. „■ iliade a iO;\n c tile pro', is^ oc - ,0 •  oüiivd  .\rt. iici. :  ^ C !  go\'ernmcnL  lie'  a i \v a  daucherty, Aíío!'ii(\v and romisclior-aî-Law,  ABII.KXK ----- 'TKXAS,  and the  ;'.nnounce his  people were killed. (l-cision. N\ hen tf e gentleman |  ~~ ^^ — entered, the members, who were  Duval county has alreaiiy fur- all his friends, were as much disaj)-■ nished its first Inde of cotton for pointed as he that he was to be  the season of bs'JI, bale of the state.  and tiie first  (.ìfìi<'e over Luptov «k¡>tore. ßS^Spcciui attcnrioi! to rolleetion.«.'  OHN A. WlLLIA^4S  Ï  . rí.  1 r-.  L.L'  l.  Owner o! (lie Tafior Coimty ADslracl Co, Books.  (\)nipletei abstract of title to all lands in Taylor county, lots in Abilene, Buffalo Gap and Merkel. Abstracts firnished on sliori notice and at reasonable rates. Money to loan at lowest rates aiid on better terms than ever offered^itn West Texas.  Prompt attention given to the investigation of old land titles.  Notarv Public work done in office.  Oftice np stairs in Maverick Building, Pine Street. Abilene, lexas.  J. }\ WA(iSTAFF,  )H X K L A W'  ibiloiieo Tt^xasi,  ^Vill practiee in the district ;iM(i county court.«, and give attention  to all busineas ontnu-ttHl to hi# ('are, cniice over l-'irst Xntional Ikank,  Í., L. L)a^"is, coin icted at Dallas of committing an outrage upon a young girl, has been sentenced lo hang.  A. MEXIIY.  Ä^Ortice over Lapowskl's stoic Abilene. Texas.  M. ( .  i.AM h>:th, Xotary Public.  \v. M e A.^f LEV.  Attorney at Law.  J. H. PICKENS.:  O.WII) .T, RED.  refused. .Vs he came the president rose and silenth' handed him a '.Tcp of water, so full that a single drop wuukl lune made it o\cr-  tl (J w,  The applicant perfectly iinder-  —.—----stood what the ¡¡resi'ient meant,  The M. Iv. »X T. Railroad has but he was courageous and (iui.ck been taken out of the hands of witted. NN'ithout speaking, he the receivers, and it is rumored took trom his button hole a single that they are negotiating the rose and laid it gently on top of purchase of the Aransas Pass the water. He laid ..t on so &oft!\-  _________that not a dro[) was disi/niced. raid  handed It back to :he ¡»resident. With ii l.'ow,  ^^'lth one consent the memfjers Thev resolved to i)ut  subsiitnte tiie wordi.s, ■•thepeople."  Shall we. the pe< Die. bniid rad-roads for other men :o ovs ii, srea.in-shiiis for other inei, to operate — we to j)ay tlie mcio-v they to take the profits,' Shall -ve, çhc people, put our nioiicy il.to a cun.inon fund to l.)e loaned by the onliti-cians at a nouiinal rate »d' interest to anyone who iias inticienco enough to get the loan  ^Vhat do voll think of it .'  i r i Ì  "•V il. Oi iason-  .Vi't.  C cuii;  -iiaii 1 e (1 i^rlie"-  1 ' 1 ii oç-.  n Í Í 'Î Iii :  J, H. (Calhoun, of Eastland, in a rec(-nt 1 etter to J udge C(i)] icy has this to sav in rel'erence to Mr.  <|iaite i'oiiipIiiiieiìtarjA  -Uulene, Te.v..,Tuly fith, isitl. J.J. Clinton. Chief of the Ain-,ene Fire Departme;i[ :  Dear Sii. — As an indis'iJaa! ;iad as mayori l'or myse-t' and in ìic-half'of the citi/.ens of this (.'ity, [»ermit me io thank you lind each and e\"ery member ofthe Abilene Fire Department fcr the spìendid Work done by theui at the tire on • »tii inst. .Viid Trust timi hercaiter the boys vv-iil r?eeive ihe sur'i)ori and eiicourageuiieu: tliev so inucdi  il" i o-0iSi c ìj-i 1 > t i t 1.1 e S i: : t i : li l'è xa S iii ■ lo  i ■ ii a t è d, ;> ra v i i  ' ■ > s í o ¡i t o í' Xl c ile s [ i. e. .\it inf. Ti: - - provole i i  Ci" t'acias, liil ■ udgine  : 1 : ;, . ; ato-eai a:o  C-l. vi .IIJ'  .iei.! 'C  c.  í)FFI('E ON  CliKSTM'T ST,  LAMBETH «fc CO.,  Rea  L'  ASSTEACTÎESiiiSIAIlCmSofEECORSS  (Jlllce in Coiirtliouse. Abilene, Tex.is. ¡Special atteruio Abstracts of title.  Corley's new book; -i am indeed applauded, glad to learn tliat your book will their rule aside, and to admit the deseiwe, but which in the past has so soon be in tiie bands of the "^an wiio showed -.hem liiut iie , beeii so sadiy waaUug. i-^Apeci  ^^peciai attention gi\-en to furnishing Having a complete  A LARGE LIST Of LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.  ABILENE. TEXAS.  & P LAKUS AM> CITY LOTS  RUSSELL, WINTER & MILLER  WA^lFACTltllERS OF BRICKizr  —also--  Contractors and Builders.  Office and Shops on Oak Street.  public. AVe do not believe that ('ould ornament thei.v society w:th-  you have in any respect failed to out hurting it.  "urnisL valiuible statistics and a Then the nnin thanked them in  Abstract of Taylor coimty land titfes as (¡¡oge worthies an equal curious wav. When the recorded m la^ lor, Bexar and I ravis " , .  counties, wc are'prcpured to furni.^h Ab-: whose service in the Masters register was banded him to oe  cause form so much of the history sij^ned he wrote be.ow his name  of the (dn-istian world." the number of the duo members—  100. He added before it a (J. mak-  from me ail the aid I can give you either orticiaiiy or igdiN'idnally.  I '^'n Ees pect fully, iL A. P< RTER. Ma vor.  0 i i ' ■ ■  ila-.'  ile  0 .1  tiJ  ■ e Î i  [>í U  ola: et';  Ai. -à  ■onLiei '^'it ■et)ealed,  ;.SA . .3 O 1  ' ' a -1 f-  stracts on short notice and at reasonable prices.  Trus-  P. H. CAKTEK,  PTiiy FìBLic ii cmr  Bâss Brotiers'  i i  Office Over  Store.  .School Notice,  By order of the Board of  \ number of citizens gave a ^^^ ^^^u^u il ^ u. a.«.- tees, Abilene Public School, no-^  ^banquet at the WindsorHotel Underneath he wrote- tice is hereby give::, tha: proposi-  i Saturday ni-ht in honor of J. T. ^^^^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ ^ ^^^^ ^  iHnrley/president of the Texas The man was so modest that the school house on the ^ orth side ot Fair Commission. Jndg3 president complimeuted him im- the railroad, the piece of ground  The First Step.  F'-i iuip-; \-ou are : un dt  sb-ep, cali': laihx, v-aii'i t i ; i i ; g IO I o ; 1' s a t ! s I ;. (.' t i Ci i., :votlder :v;]at ails siionld hecd tiie warning. takiiig tiìé iii-sr >Teì into pro>ir;iti'c.. Yo:Ì :u-eJ  o:i  Xe:-vo  toiiic and iii Kle-tr c Bit'ers ili  , World's ,  .4// kinds of Conveyancing j Conner and Hon. J. H. Calhoun, of mediately by rubbing out the 0 and oflereu should not oe less than , ^ ^ . ..  Notarial work icill he attended to I Eastland, were present: also Jndge substituting the figure 1. It made j 340x1.50 leet. The ground offered ,-orii''g vou\ nervoi's s^^-em io Us  Carefully, Accurately and of Baird. The neighbor- number 1,100. rnderneath he mnst not be outside of a hmit i^ynnal. healthy cvjdition. Sur-  ly. Acknoidedgementsof ladies and 'press was represented bv -Their va.ne will be in-' bounded by North 3rd and North prising res lits foil r.v ti^e ::se of  \ invalids taken either at ofice or res- Messrs Gilliland of Baird. Sar-' ereased eleven times." 7th streets and Cedar and Grape this great nerve lomc aiol Aiier-  These ingenious people mnst streets. Propositions will be open ^ nppet le  \idenee. //«0/in tc/ien ¿/ou ea//: gent of RaTner and Cox of Mer- Xhese ingenious people must «u-eeis. rropositions wiii oe open ^^ V f^ ^.tr^re i an^i the  Pl-ns and speeifiontions for modern business and residence build- | ^^^^^ have kel The occasion was a verv : lii^^e devoted a great deal of time ed on the l^th or July, 1801. Kidnevs -esun e healinv  iuo,. Also estimates of cost, furnished. Give us a tJial. ¡prompt attention. Rule of Office is one tor ali who were ainl thought !o avoid using their H. A. Torter, ; action. Tr-a bottle. Pri.!£ 'Oc,  RUSSELL, WINTER à MILLER. I Care, Accuracy, Dispatch.  . present.  tongues.  F^resident Board of Trn.stees. ■ at Bass Bros fli'ngs'oi'e.   

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