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   Abilene Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - July 17, 1891, Abilene, Texas                                 h r  JAIOW A. LOWBT, PÜBLI8HIR  A We«kly Newspaper—Deroted to tie Deyelopmemt of jUileae, Ti^Ior Coaaty, aad tie ♦'Abilene i^uatry"  T1RM8, 11.50 PÍE TBAÄ  VOLUME  I  ABILEKE, TAYLOK COUIsTY, TK^S, EEIDAY, JULY 17. 1891  îs^MBEE 21  /  THEO. 1ÎEYCK, PresidRHt.  .1. G. LO WDON, Cashier  WM. CAMERON, Viœ-Pr«^.  THE ABliLENE NATIONAL BANK,  ■A-SiTT iTTNTE, T'ESCA  Largest Banking Institution in the Abilene Country. This Institution is Managed in the Interest of Enterprises Favorable to the Abilene Country. We Would Like Your Business.  JPro/e9»ional Canls, Drs. JEVABTS A STIL.ES,  BOHOFAIEIC nuiunn  AND SURGEONS.  tggf^Diseases of Women a Specialty''^  O^ce Norih Second Street. Dr. Evarts' residence at J alonick place Xorth Side ; Dr. Stiles! over office,  Reagan*«» First Oré¡»t Aeh^lv-meut. " '  Chicago Mail. ^  The resigiiatiou ^f Senator I  €}eii. Oraut'9 liOg: Cabin. Where Columbas I^anded. ! A Big: Deal.  AtlantacoB3timtion . ' , ; Chicago, 111., July 5.-Di8patch. 1 There was a tiansaction of coii-  ''Thirty-five years ago a farmer j«« received from the Chicago Her-1 a^^erable magnitude in Texas Siilt built a log cabin in St. Louis i »i^'« expedition in search of the Company stocks last week. Geo.  iofhow he chanced to remove to than Maiding place on this continent of e. Briggs, president of the eom-  ot now lie clianceu ^^^e^ox e to ^ ^^ ^^^ ^ ^^^ ^^^ ^ christoph^^^ Columbus announce! gold to W S Marshal! Pratt  i the state that is now Ids home and , ... - , , . 'thatihAsnftf nn whiVh th^ , pany, aoiu it » . ^aisuaji. x .au  win-..], ha. «n «i<MUilv hnnn^pd ^ ^^^ land, On WhlCh the ^lew ; 3 ^^ jj  which hah so sigUall^ ; $5.00fi. i ^«rld was born to ci\ilization has i  ihim. He was living in Sevier i -- - ^..........i torest and resigned ais odice  THEOD. HEYCK, WM. CAMERON. GKO. P. PHILLIPS. E. B. KOLIXNS, J. M. DAUOHERTY, J W. RED, W. B BRAZELTON. J. G. LOWDOX.  J V^VU^,  >!rABÍ.I-SnKÜ IsTti  NATIONALIZED 188+.  The oldest Bank in the Abilene Country.  THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK,  OF abilenp:. tp:xas. CAPITAL $126,000. SURPLUS $25,000.  T}-afisncfH a Gmeral Banking Rn-sme^x. Collectiom a Specialty aiu! Promptly Remitted for  DR. M. C. BOYCE, DR. J. A. PIPKIN.  Residence: Residtnce:  Corner Chestnut and Seventh Sts.  DK8. BOYCE  Oiler their proffessional services to  ! Reagan, of Texas, reoBtlls a story;  ^^ county, Tennessee, iu 1839, hsvitii his own hands and the help an appropriate and enduing memo-  Co. Cedar and X 7th was Sent by his father to a "grtBt; ^^ ^^^^ neighbors was U1 vsses S. rial. This spot is Watling's Island, i  rPE C'PIPKIN'' '' "" ^ ^i«^® ^^^ I^ahamas, and to prove it was San j p^ j  „ . . verted into flour. He was a big, k„+ ,, ue^ nf tr^n Sairaiinr ^^f nninmKno jt ic ^  »' ing before him but a life of toil : Salvador of Columbus it is only | r.qnire all  H I'ARUAMOHE,  OTTO W  G. A. KIRKLAND, J. M. RADFORD,  was living in oevier; f^r^^er j^jg ^.^bin I at last been found and marked by i ,,, .-.n.nanv th .  Tiiiiriocciio in Q'^ifi' • uresiuent oi tue eompanu iue  couuiN, xeuuebtoce, lu l^-o.u 't^»«^» : ^itli his own hands and the help an appropriate and enduing memo- j-ç^son of this sale was 'bat Mr  ggs is largely iuterestcd ¡u the ecos ^'alle.v IiTi.i:atiou Company.  the people of Abilene and vicinity in all raw-boneU. country boyt .Accoi-tl- ; povertv. and vet in after venrs ^ necessàrv to look closelv into the i ! • , ^  the branches of the profession Calls i^jg to custom he hitched his horse boram^^ tl.fi' creneral of the ' recoVd^ madp hv rnlnmhn« him^plf ' ^^^^ atieutioii. A .  answered at all hours, dar or nighn of tho mill tnnlc «aok of irr^in ^^c^rae the geneial ot records made b} Columbus himselt ^ ^^^^^^  OKFICE-Up stairs in .^tetten g bnck, at tne mill, took the sack or grain igj. tjjg .ggj^igj^ ^^^ ,  Chestnut street, near Palace Hotel. _ : frooi'the shoalders of-thé i and stood before kings. it exists to-day. careful com-I  placed it on his o^ shoulder^: ^^Many an American president- parison of th^ description of San ! 1 i;^;: .,  and toted it up thr^e flights Of;^any an American millionaire-i Salvador is given bv CoUimbu. i f . •  stairs, and took his placc in the : ,,, i^egun liie in a log cabin; in himself with Watlin.s Island as it : ^ ^  line, as the people are wont to do.; .^me seems to ! was found bv the Herald explorers Î '" ' ' " -  still at country postoffices, waHing:gtand at the beginning of every ; .eaves no doubt thai Watliug's ^  •'After Grant had reaped all the Christopher Columbos landed in i , „ , .  _ , 1 , _ . 1 : • .. ' lue vvorks aiiu , lit} -^oi ^ Oi  ; ereasihg :he capa-'H;  Specialty. bdnoiu- a sack of érrain also. Thi«- ^ ^T*-" ^^^ ; wm be pushed n-ht  DR. D. R. FOWLER,  PHTSIGIAN AND SÜR6E0N,  CnESTNL'T ST., ABILENE.  Obstetrics and diseases of women a specialty. Office in new brick, Clie.?tnut street; liesidvnce on Oak street, south of court house.  Mr,  for hie turn to have his wheat typical American career. Half an ho^r or so after  ground.  iioMOEPATinc pHYsin.w. ^ zt: irir:! r^^u T Tr :""  Kiiu\wi loc.u ciiaiKciti camt. bought the old log cabjn. In the : 12 iUdj A...... « bringingasackofgriunalso. Thjr White House-iu his^.st^ely man-: 1.3 the monument Vas erected | J  Office at Residence diet Cliurch, Abilene  ; iïouth of Metho-, last character was a local terror 1 ............., j eonipaiiv .shipped  . Í aad upeu the picturesque headland I  STEFFENS. I. S ROLLIN.S,  BROOKE S5riTH, E. H. SIXTENlS,  With ample capital and large lacilities to handle all desirable business, we invite orrespondence and solicit a continuance of the lit-eral patronage extended to us.  f. SV JAMES. President KD. S fIL'GflE-S, V President  B. B KENYON, Cashier. UENKV .JA3IES, Ass't Cashier.  THE  Farm ERs AND M.ERCHANTS National BANK,  OF ABILENE. TEXAS. !  !  CAPITA;. - - S60,000.00.1  fond of brawls and fighting, and in i^j^perors this silent man of desti-; which forms the southern shores  DR. W. W. WALLACE, the habit of having his own way.; looking back to the ! of Discovei v Bav The site eho-  PIYSICIAN AND SURGEON, to take his place in cut and hewed the i sen was an Admirable one in everv  ABILENE. TEXA^. hue with the rest, but when it got ^ i^gs that were to shelter his loved i particular. It is only 200 yards  Calls attended day or night. Otlice to be iieagan s turn to have his and make a home for them I from the verv same b^^ach on which  pi^ienii^^erivlwn'Si bftllaS.'" ^ ^ while he cheerfully toiled for their i Columbus liimled. and coiiynanded  ■ ■ - - ^ support. He was proud of his old ^ , nne view of not onlv Discoverv  DR. F. N. BROWN, ^ou let me get m your place and ; back woods-; Bav but of all the coast north and  T-^ Tr^ T r^r-r^ ^ ' fortune's favors never made ; south. Under the'monumeut was  ) ^ \ S ^^him ashamed of h ^placed a bundle o: newspapers  F^ fl) d li ' ' '' ^^^^ i ^'ontaining copies of the principal  ters  ABILENE.  ^ entitled to his place and meant to Grant built is richly : journals of the United States ami  '--'•keep it. This angered the brawl- ^5^000 and much more. | portraits of many leading editors.  DR. J. M. ANDERSON,  '1ST,  er.  He cursed young Keagan, When Americau boys look at it ; „uakin-the  and said that h& would  iliug  monument  o  more  (lis-  of '¡:t' aiie^u]. > e e II;; iiion' h.  have ojalers for ninety ears oil die. Fro:n Mr. MarviiaW, new ijresidenr, sve l-arh company w i 1e 0 n 1 i a i e ^ c it3 works nil:il • hey aax'e I'li pacity for rill.n^ ail L.eii;aL Marshall wa.s one > 1' iht; !; stockholders of the corn pan. in his late purchase i. e ail us to his stock, which .s an e: of his faith in the bu^nles^  '•Eaby Dead/' The follow in ir beaitiful ;>iv  Til e  - t '.Y ( )  '.ml  a : : il e nia  ' i • I ■ ; -  , Mr,  J ±  him they will see that in this country tinctivelv than ever an American : fi'om the Tei}u'rai)h 1 )r)erafor; out through the window, and suit-  iug the action to the won!, made  a man'.s succes.>^ and ]>osition do l^e wspaper offering to the memor}-not depend upon an advantageous < of the great discoverer. Inthesur-  JOHN U. HOXIE. CHAS. KENYON. ED. S. Hr(aiP:S. W. F. FLOURNOV, B. B. KEN VON. F, C. DIGBY LOBER'l'S. and F »V. .lAMES.  Collectious received on Hll acx-essibl^ points, and returns promptly made as J'^yted Careful attention ^ven to the business of correspondents Letters o; inquiry rheerlullv and promptly answered  .«iEVEU TOO MUCH TROUBLE TO PLEASE OUR CUSTOMERS. TRY US  LINGO, BURTON Í O.,  LUMBER DEAÎ.ERS.  PINE STliEEX, ABILENE. TEXAS I>. T. HLEDSOK. K. K. M,(iF.TT.  BLEDSOE & LECETT,  Attorneys - at - Law,  FINE .ST.. ABILENE,  ■■iJai.)y is üL'aii. words passing a copied souie'>vhere gotten. _ lîiiL .iî'ter again, I iean-f. in} hand, and feil into  1  a rush for the future statesman, start in life. The fa.'t that a boy i mounting shaft were »i^laced a  lieagan, like all the rest oi the cradled in the lap of luxury does ^ number oF stones friends had for-  people in the neigJiborhood was not assure a bright future. The warded from Chicago. At 4 o'clock  more or less torroized by this formers boy. earning his bread by June 15.'the -un of the Massau  despon,do,and Fu tear of his hie the sweat of his brow, is, if anv-^ hred a salute. Gov, Maim of Wat-! of alMhai these woid^  rushed tor him, met the desperado thing, more likely to acquire great-I bng Island'drew the stars and j Somewhere '  Will practice in all the courts und-ive butted bim in the stom- ^^ss than the curled darling who ^ stripes from the shaft of the inon- and  close attention to all bu,<iness intrusted ach with his head and h'terallv ; i ■ .1 1 i .. 1 , ■ • ,  to-theircare u.lu uib ueau, anu laeiaiiji is born in the palace ot the pluto-^-ument and-hoisted them to the top ! arms to-niil  off IJis feet ana threw, crat.^ ' . i nf ft.« rio^.tafr-i.w.hi .n.ri  j,low. . When  (i ] iTli e ii A t I.  on  i c i i ;  1 II ■  o !  ^ffl. H. LOCKET  ipm  ;jiim through' the vri^ti  [ui? uejsj.>ei-aao  the window the  Oi  of the flagstaff and amid the cheers iof the .assembled crowd of citi-  conse- log cabin. It is the nurserv of the  -cii-r ^rtüóie. ^tna  vialtoT-s, the  ABILKNK, TEXA--t »Ilice over Flouruov BuiMin-. Clu slnut  (jueace of this act • hashed upon good aml^ great men anil women  young  Keagan's mind. He in- whose heads and hearts stamp  monument to Christophet-bus was dedicated to the inemory of the g-reat disco^-erer.  IK U. HILL.  ATTORNEY - AT - I..VW  ABII.ENK, TF.XAS.  The Best Stock of Lumber in the West. The Best Equipped Lumber Yard in the State. Your patronage respect-  I . - - •  fully solicited. | c, a. kirkland,  TEXAS-; A T T O II X E A T -1. .4  stantly sipposed he had killed a their work upon our law. our liter-iiuin. that he would be hanged lor ature, our civilization and our na-it, and scared almost to death, he tional progress.  <»ilic-e ijver Fir-t National Bank  ABILENE,  rushed down stair, unhitched his horse, and lit out across the country for Texas. The man was not home, killed, but got a bad. .shaking up. He soon ino\ ed to Texas, and was a friend to Keau'an in after life.  "When we honor the oUl log cabin we exalt the  for Two  CHEAP LANDS,  The x\lien Land bill makes IMoney Deav and Land Cheap, and we oiTer bargains in the latter. It will pay you to (Nill and see us before buying.  Currie, Stith & Henderson,  Abilene. Texas. Land Agents.  Otlice nvtT First N.-iiiomil I'.;i!ik. ABILENE...........TEXAS.  8 A V L E S .V S A ì L  i  A  1  A hilene.  .......'if'";  Othee, corner of North 2nil ainNii^e S  T. W. DAUCHER-jj^,  Aííoriiev and ( oiiiis<'l¿op^L  ABILENE -  JOHN A. WILLIAMS.  11 a!  i- ;-<:  ANI  íAN  Agent.  Attorney-at-Law. ab  owner oi tue Taylor Conaty mm Co, MU.  Complete abstract of title to all lands in Tay lor county, lots in AblleDC Buffalo Gap and Merkel. Abstracts furnished on short not ce and at reasoi^able rates. Money to loan at lowest rates ani on better terms than ever offered in West Texas.  P ompt attlntTon given to the investigation of old land titles.  Cilicio  stört llect  There Was^ Tronic« Men.  ( Inraji' Triruii'  There was a moment's silence after the introduction. Womanlike, each was mentally "si/ing the otiier u[n" Tiien one of rhern  Sail die»  ^ .Montana cowboy writes : "An  rdinarv sadtlle would ne\'er on ,  spoke.  earth stand the racket of co w » ' fre(iuently si>eaks  work. You see when a piincher of you,"" she said. ro])es—1 gue  .TIisi.iis.sippi PolHic'S.  New Orleans, La.. June 12.—The campaign being carried on in Miss-Vmerican issippi for the Tnited States sen-■ atorship is interesting, because it ^ is practically a submission of the question to the people, ana because it is also a test of the sub-treasnry bill in the slate containing relatively the largest agricnlr ural po|)ulation in the I'nion, The legislature to be e 1 e c t e d vidll choose two United States senators. to succeed Georije ami \^'ai■  naspei. !»v inotiîcr s ht. Ky-.-s thai wr.-re bright anil blue as ¡lie s.^ies ^jf Jt^ue, drooped îC)-:d^iiL beiic.iii: the white lids that 'no voice" -can  Two soft hands, whuse rose u-.ii lingers were won" ic wand-r — inirlv around mother's uc-.c .'.in: face, loosely lioldirg wh::--(luietlv füldc .1 ;n cor;ined r  s>oit nps.  with laughter, s • brook fails, i^av" forest bird, "o-n to kiss or cab uf A ^lii-ni h"! i-aby feel b /radir r>eii slioes hasf orn shoulder knots those eyes o:ve A linv mo-ind  011.  Ll 1  guess in the east you would call it 'lassoe.s" — a bi^^ healthy 4-year old steer which is lighting out on a Salvator gait and undertakes to stop iiim with a jerk, he has a big contract on his liand.'^. \^Tlen a steer is running, and you rope him. he runs still  "Indeed!" returned the other. "My husband thinks yon are wonderfully cle^•er.■■  "Keally Why. that's the wriv my husband talks about you. He told me how you reshaped ai.d recovered that old parasol ami ;o sa\ed eight c'ollars"  "I'arasol ! \Vhv, 1 ne\ er touchod  ,i^8TAI F.  AT law  L41>ileii¿ Texas.  "practice in the district and  faster; then you 'take your turila,  that is. you twist the end of the it iniril my husband had harped all lariat, which ...... ...... -- —  von nave in your  day on your (deNerness n  thai!. The question of their sue- i .some iirave.\ard. cessors is being snbrnitted to the ])eoi)le for settlement. At the \'arious Democratic primaries the votes are cast directly for (ieory:e and Walthall, or for Barksdale and Lewis, for the sena,:e. the members of the legislature chosen being bound by the expression of the popular wishes. As ex-Congressman Barksdale came out for the sub-treasurv bill and was made  .V niuiner s g sy slumber, ;or shall ne\"er re-The >00. broken dream? líN'-;. The : w > ' c k e tl, H  lO  ; I V e  o I I  T' -  Í ) ! 1 111 s i J LI 0 Î  111  ' Ì.  hands, around the iioru  of" the ui)holstering and rxdining a baby theH^ecial candidate of the Far-  court.«. und give  saddle two or three times, and lo.-e attention jerk your eayuse u|) short. Tiie  carriage  5'otary Public work done in otiice. vuiUnP Tpvim «r^mceove  Office up stairs in Maverick Building, Piae btreet. Abilene, Texas.  co\  t^l busings emrusted to h^ care, ^ ^ ^^^^ j  (Jihce over 1'irst N ational HankJ '  __________________________________^^ - or lariat, suddenly turns a double  A. HK^RY, "A somersault and lands on his back,  pawing the air. 8<) you can see it takes a guod strong saddle to SkirOthce over Lapowski's stiie, stand t iie jerk. Tiie horns of all  at a .«aving of six ilo  lars."  "Nonsense. The thing that unide me do fliat wa> the way u y husbatKl talked about th.at parasol. Tlign he got me to lixing over a last year's hat because you were workiug o\'«ran old dress.'"  "But 1 never started to do that  mers' Lnion for the senate, an opportunity was given to test tiie strength of that measure before the people. The result of the election to date has been forty-six members of the legislature iA>r Geor'^e and and against the .su!,)-  Tiie n'atcL ¡ng oi dimpled. ;a:i¿:hing. tili- íine gone: Tne ofunef, tb'- iiiVAVv heart, all he d ;n "in wr i ds, "Bal V is (bn.  ' 1 e s e ;  treasury, and  M. C. LAMHETII,  Notary Public.  .]. \v. M'( AMLEY, ; J. II. PICKENS : Attorney/ at Law. I  HI. r. la:»ibeth & c o.  1).V\1I) J,  PICKEXS, il RE  'ASSmCISSSmSSA^CHEMiiFJCCtllSr  until my husband had told me live George and Walthall will be times about your hat. 1 wasn't gD- renominated by a large majority iuo- to admit that you could be any ^^^^^ sub-treasurv bill voted  OFFICE OX  CHESTM'T ST.  our saddles here are made of steel, aud are strongly iixetl to a mahogany or ironwood tree. The whole tiling is then covered witii wet rawhide, which shrinks on and ; then ?he leather parts of the saddle heard of that dress twenty-four :  house, Abilene, Te|as. ..rc liut on. A Saddle ordinarily hours before I toiiched the hat." " ' '[mpossible.  nat measure.  it  twenty-one for is now certain  Old-S'^iisliioueti iVa.} ioe Be->i , .V hew (ie.aica'ion ;s anLunncc; abiios- us'erv day. A ^an.^ -  dent uas been dn^ping into the i.e-> s i L s ; a teller n a s lorgotien d. s t i n c t.. u n Î.) e t e e n i v1 j v ;. and other ¡»eople s .noney : a :>0'-.\-keeper nas ken' -ijnie^inr.r ''.^e  de  ine  Oesnb'-í nns ^>00KS,  ¡o  o m e ' n I  nîore economical tiian L"  Why. really, my dear madam, I  r  A LARGE LIST OF LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE.  ABILENE. TEXAS.  pnces  _______"TS r^cie  & p "Lands and city lots  RUSSELL, WINTER «& MILLER  ¡WAl^UFACTUREKS OF BRICKzz:  -ALSO-  Coiitractor§ and Builders  Office and Shops on Oak Street. ___________^^  PUns and spectacatioiis for niodern business and residence build-; ^^^^^ order'^ which shall^are lGonv  ingB. Also estimates of cost, furnished. Give us a tJiah \ attention. Rule of Of^ is-hit^,  BDSSELL, WINTEl & MILLER. i Care. Accuracy, Dispatch.  OfHce in < ourt Special attention given to furni^iin<r  Abstracts of title. iiavin<r a conf >}ete weighs to i)0unds, and nearly ^^^^ ^topped and her eves  Abstract of Tiyvlor county hu-ul titles as : ^^ eowpuncher saddles are i^^^an to dash,  recorded ni lavlor. liexar and fravis » ' • . ,, lu ua.u.  counties, we areprepared to fiirni.-Ji Ab-; made in the range counties. AH -I believe our iiusbands —she  stractson .^hort notice and at reasjtuible : worthless botches. The ¿cguu again.  saddle 1 describe is not ornate or "I believe they have," chimed  p. H. CAKTEIIJ ' i-J -- Ss«.'"'  'it was new. and got a photograph ..j^.^ ^ ^yicked sham l""  PTJllY Pimilf JP rUSPYUirFI! | thrown in. Fine saddles aie the « -An outrage! Thev've tricked  auiMi ryDLiiimbUMiiiiiiLM that-sau  heart'and they are willing to pay ^ » .  (,. . , X, ^ think how he s made me work  All kinds of Convcyaneink «„Jj big prices, although they aie not -^.jj ^^^^ ^ ^^^ ^^^^^  Notarial work will be attem ed to i ^"iding to take care of them after - ..^nd I a hat.^"  \ Carefully, Accurately and P) i they get them. A man often has Then two women went into  dov^-n by a vote of three to one. In all the counties in which the ;trmprs' Alliance has been defeated it has acce{)ted the defeat, and annV)unced its intention to abide by the action of the Democratic voters.  Office Over J^jg 3?0tÍSéí'  I idence. If not in office when yo call j  icome much higher.  ge : i î) ey n- e t ri c ü e a ^^^ jy^ 0 u r a d v  ■ , , , , ' gi^fc bottle^ of Dr. regular plot ! And :o i Di^foverv for Consu  lA c Tii'iítíi rnfi wnrl: ' . , i •  A Safe Investment  one which is guaranteed to brins: vou satisfactorv results\ or in H^e of failure a return of |)ur-cha^ price. On this safe plan you uyfrom our advertised Drug-  Kin irs New  T- r, : 10 Ui  wnien ;; The ;;;ì  th;it Viil not " ! 1; fau:li V. \vii ii It. ni..r;il  u' h ; I ■ ; I e  chilarei  1 )  for Consumption. It is anteed to bring relief in ev-  1 Sülle;-.  r,isiine.' ■ bat sar. " 1 -  N"' li Hi li e:) i , do!O:; t im* v milmen^ dishonor e; honesty ovei word on ìli?  / oH2nt ne>L t'í ii" 01 a : i t ¡i 1 s ' ; i s n -1) ni n e ss is urou. "o the ma::, 'e 'eiMìiiiar^- rn:! ^r >'Ueii e;r(?n! r u e î 10 n ani! o tile ij neb, ithers. - ; s t e ! : How much  ;ei Ite  ver eompt ich, i;' iaiowr : d entail nioi  ■ t n n c e -,  'jreLt - , t r : e n ' i  ■ • S ; o 'A'  "he " on  : \ t.  i disgrace. Write voür door; p:iste 'he jead of vonr bed :  ¿ise, when used for any af-n of Throat, Lungs, ox Chest, as Consumption, Indamma  hy 'Ackttowledgemeiifsofladisand'^^^^^^^^S outdt costing >«1.30 and nlrv goods store and spent all the i tio^fLun^s, Bronchitis, Asthma, ! invalids taken either at oljice , • re.- 8200. Indeed, these are average, m6ney they could scrape to- | W}|opiug Cough, Croup, etc etc.  'although some have outfits that pt»^^"; And two men got iiiighcy | it if pleasant and agreeable to  little for supper that night, and ^ taste, perfectly sate, and can  when they complained they were I alvs4ys be depended upon. Trial ; every night. .VlMtie oy it. .ind , spurs, guns, conchas and so pp^jjjptjy eonvinced that they | boMes free at Bas.s Bros.. Drug-1 will help ycu in tin e an.d in etet \ Ion cost not a little out here." .ought to have said nothing. I stoir^. nitv.  V^t ■ '■ t  look at it the àrsi thing I e\ ery morning and the  0 U d 0 aSt thing  t:-   

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