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THE GAZETTE : FORT WORTH, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4.
tt Intcreflltnp ntntcment of the
Jinno bv Fort "Worth lner-
.T ..---- - .....lil,.l n ,1
lllta Will UO iiuuiiohw ... ....j.
lo would bco life and activity let
hk Into me iruiBiii. uiiivu uiiuu
i ..,iArn. P.. nnd see Mr. .Bar-
few with liis tvventy-ono ucntlo
fassIstanU hard at work rccord-
SlllOlH 01 UOIIIUO l UUIIIl'65.
,'ortU la pruu " "u !""
thenifcolven to the
ni 1- o iit i ill triiAirn tnrt
ieri;H"vj" " ..- --w.
i in the city.
hlnrk of Wkoii Clark, Green
iH ViSUint iriuuus iu liiu city.
Drlsklll of Callahan county, n
han, vas ii i-fcj jwiviunj.'
Latham returned yesterday
lonisliuia, where liu sold a drove
and reports jeii jan nnu
undersoil in mot buuo wim a
mules but no market aa yet.
of the compositors on the Ga-
Iwishes to express nis maims to
Iltorncy flic, an wr tne gentie-
aml courteous treatment re-
rpnelvcd at ins nanus, mid
I was as highly appreciated as it,
Ld to be.
at before Inst about 12:30 o'clock
4viiyno was routed out oi ued
k-k of W. A. Stokes, doing busi-
II Jule. mgoee, jiaiMiuu ami
m Co. were the creditors who
to recti ro
t of $0153 07.
A young1 Journalist.
uit county is known as tho
iiterprlilng county in tho state,
r people are uy an onus uiu mi
runt. As nn Rviiionco ol this
e (UzriTi: cites the fact that in
Ighborlng city of o rapevine is a
mail, Jj J. lUiuuii, uni.y iim-
ars of age, wlio is now editing
buducting a neatly gotten up
paper, which is u credit to tho
End the county. oung "Murtiii
S own tvne settlmr.
loss to the youthful journalist.
Taxes and Snakes.
lor rnoinas returned iroin tie-
I yesterday with $185, which ho
m tho circus as occupation
lad costs. It will 1)0 reincmher-
icircus showed at tliree points in
limty, but forgot to pay the little
llr. Thoinas states tunc (luring
Eld snap, a day or two ago, the
manager lost all his boa con
fs, live in number, they having
to death. The immense mon-
lere left near tlie city, and were
tro of attraction to the natives.
Swoll known to tho readers of
f.KTTi:. tin association of grocers
lity, lias an arrangement by
ill members are notiiicd of the
tin the part of customers for any
of time to pay their bills, when
turners nie put on tho black
fiunber of workinumen have
I an association, which ie crow-
pidly, and they have adopted a
rule. v henever a man tails
for labor of any kind perfo )ied
li, Ids name is at once given to
members, and ids labor supply
Lognn praises his war record beforo
Spencer, tho star route witness, is go
ing to Europe on business.
Iileutenant-OIovernor Tabor of Colo
rado is a grass widower.
jutiwin .isooin win rest one
upon ids return from Gcrmahy.
Mrs. Langtry will play In Now Or
leans and -Atlanta tills season.
The siiltan of Turkey has softening
of tho hialn and is now a crazy man.
Oscar Wilde has acknowledged that
he made a fool of himself iu America.
llerr Most continues to deliver his
incendiary addresses in the Northwest.
Murat Ilalatead will manage the
editorial department ortho Commercial
Latta Crabtree, the actress, is 38
years old, and worth a half a million
dollars. . - P
Paul II. llayne, the poet is in bad
health and has ceased to write for tho
Henry M. Stanley, tho explorer, hns
suddenly and niisteriously disappeared
Sara Bernhardt, it is said, will re
turn to ; 'America' next .season, under
contract. r -'
Stephens of Georgia Is
tho "Independent tjov-
uctor, met with a
tho Britishers in
Pred Wnrdu, tho
warm reception by
OhrlsthieNilsson.the Swedish Night
ingale, will sing, at an early date, In
"Wm.lloward Russell's daughter has
eloped, and the wife of Sir Francis
Macnaughten lias eloped, with a land
"Wrn, Henry Peck, contributor to (ho
New York Jcdjer, lives in a lioiif-e
built after tho East India style, In
The Knappn of the St Louis Jicpvh
licun publish a strong card in reference
to a dispatch to the Chicago Ti'lbxmr
and tho result of the Cockerell
Dr. T. A. Hoyr, in an opening
I prayer in tho Tennessee Legislature,
which has a majority ot tho repudiat
ing element, said : "From repudia
tion and all sorts of dishonesty, good
Lord, deliver us.", It produced a hen-sation.
Tho lee Company.
jeeting of tho Fort Worth Tee
my was held nt tho company's
i'uesday evening, when an elec-
olileers lor 18S3 was held.
Maddux was elected president,
Littlo secretary, and Dr. N.
company lias latelv increased
Sital stock from 20,001) to 4.100,000,
ir. .Maddox linormed a repoiter
a very few weeks tho work of
3ing tho factory would heglu.
lidditlonnl nmchiucry would be
Wlien work is resumed for the
f r mouths a largo force of hands
What it Vill Pay.
icie is some curiosity expressed
Kv what tlio olllce of accessor and
or will pay tho Incumbent dtir-
comiug year, a roportor took
to Investigate tho matter and
nount urinxablo inopcrty
i in valuation lor llS.l..,
M vntuntlon for ISK1 .. ..
Ithatlon lor 1S3
k 1 ntuoiinl oftnxen for 1SS3 .S 11,675,$
',B4l76.bS nt l'i percent.. 5 0S3JS2
f tuiui mi M.IUIO ui -j jjiir rein...... s.ji,mi
ctlonon S$,0 0 occupation ntS
l salnry for !)., l.S.Vi.12
Inieeliaulcs and laborers in Fort
i are takinir a 11 vol v interest in
ju-stion of hirimr out convict
bringinir it into competition
lee work. Tho followim? notl-
belng circulated here and has
names already appended:
f wie undersigned citizens oi
H county respectfully represent
i' honorable body that tho cus
w In practice by tho stato in
I out tho convicts in her prisons,
Stein at variance with tho ob-
punhtliment: contrary to a true
km spirit; detrimental to the
Btfood; Injurious to private cnter-
t'uiuus mm obnoxious to all Hi
ll Classes. !W tnmlltiir in hrlm
lllto COlllllolitlnil wTtli luitii.f.
tlierebv denrlvlnir wnrtliv (nil.
EllinloviiKinl (l,.ii i-i.rlitfulli. l.i..
o tliem," etc. This petition is
"c to tho locihlutnre wlilch
llUng of grain anil meat hpecu-
an llL'liflllttlriil nvnlmlKTii lli.u
llovvlnir fetroiiir Innimufi.? 'Wo
ii the larger cities a set of the
mipriiielnli'd Hwlniltarf, And
crsthut ever InfchtPtl i-ivlilzcd
. 1 uey aro tho curse of the age
eh we live. Tho laws of.Pupply
iinand havo iioiliine- -to .do in
prices. It Is all mivnrnnd lv a
nen wliOAc onlvniiin.-Jilto.'tiikn
Itago or tho necessities of tiio peo
pt seems as if combinations now
"i most oi our products."
The Massachusetts Contest.
In Massachusetts the senatorial con
test is mainly personal against Mr.
llonr. A bitter opposition to tho Hoar
family has existed in the Bay Stato for
many years, und as Judge E. R. Hoar
has been practically eliminated from
public life, it has been compelled to
manifest Itself against tho senator,
lie is not popular with Washington
people generally, owing to a sort of
holier-than-thou panoply in wlilch he
perpetually envelops himself, and he
Is not popular in the senate because of
a tendency to vinegary manners in
debate. His great ublllty is every
where recognized, and his honesty Is
never questioned, but there is little
doubt that Ids defeat would please
a greater number of pooplo than
that of any other man hi
the senate. Ills courso in
defending tho river and harbor bill
last summer guvo his homo enemies an
advantage wlilch they have never
failed to press at every opportunity.
Tills wits used to defeat Mr. Crapo's
nomination for governor, and it is felt
that it could scarcely bo consistent to
retain Mr. Hoar inn position wheio
lie could repeat that act while con
demning Mr. Crapo's candidacy for a
place in which his record on this sub
ject could never bo repented. Then,
tort, tho old feud botween the Hoars
and General Butler lias broken out
anew since the remarkable hiicces of
the latter in reaching the long coveted
position of governor. This has given
the general a power ho has never be
foro been able to command, and it is
quite generally a8iimcd that he will
uso It lor all it is worth.
, The stalwart iniluoncu, led by Col
lector YVorthhigtou, is in bitter oppo
sition to Mr. Hoar, and in clo'-o alli
ance with the new governor, of whom
nearly all its members have been faith
ful followers. Taking all these things
Into consideration, Mr. Hoar's senato
rial pathway iB not strew m with roses,
ami he has been busily engaged slnco
the election in moulding ,i.t a inoro
compact Organization the 'orces at hifa
command. lie has" drawn letters of
indorsement from General Walker, ex
siiperinteiulent of the census, Jroni
Professor Soelye, thfeollege president,
who-e election to congress co-t him
a one-cent stamp, and Iroin John G.
Whittier, the Quaker poet, and
others of lc-a prominence. The result Is
that his chances appear to have
improved within the past few weeks.
His danger lies in the candidacy of
John D, Long, the present governor
and member-elect oi tne mxt nouse,
who is one of the hapjilcat illustrations
of good luck in public life. A smooth,
oily, plausible sort of man, who makis
no enemies, knows tho face and name
of every man he ever met, who goes to
all tho religious festivals and all tho
agricultural fairs, and makes happy
alter-diuner speeches ho lias actually
seemed to drill into every oflloe ho has
ever held. Ho and General Butler are
good personal friends, and it is lie
whom the latter will use-as a club to
break Mr. Hoar's head. If it is found
possible nnd practical. The Democrats
have fullv twice as many members of
tho present legislatureas they have had
in anv previous one and it Is a
minority which will bconullcnt to tho
slightest wish of tho new governor.
The Republicans have been accus
tomed for some years to choose a sena
tor wlthtiut tlio intorventloh of a cau
cus and Mr. Hour was so elected; but
this vear humid his friends tire lighting
for a caucit", nnd upon their success in
this demand iiangsnllof his chances
for re-election. If the choice Is made
in open legislature tho Democrat may
then be manipulated in favor f gov
ernor Longor any man to defeat Mr,
Hoar and tlio Butler influence will be
come potent as thaUof Jils old enemies
become"- nothing, rThe 'chamrH are
I npw pretty cvm,. Inclining sllphtly,
howe.ven o mo success oi &oine ouier
man than Mr. Hoar, though the puc
eessful candidate will be an undoubted
Republican. , , ; -
Irish Thirst for Gore.
An Englishman landed nt Dublin n
few months ago lllled with apprehen
sion that tho life of any loyal subject of
iter majesty vas not worth a farthing
thcru and thereabout. Tho Land Lea
guers, he Imagined, were nil blood
thirsty assassins, and nil that sort of
thing. But It Was his duty to travel
In the land a duty he anproaohed
with fear and trembling. Now, there
happened to he on his route u number
of towns, the names of which begin
with tho HUffircstive syllable "lvil."
TIkho worn Kllmartiu nd so on. In
his Ignorance oftho nomenclature Ida
a(lVli;hted senses were startled anew
on hearing a fellow passenger iu tile
railway carriage remark to another as
"I'm Just after beln' over tolvilimt
"And I," replied tho other, "anl af
ter beln' over to Kllmary."
"What murderers they are," thought
tlio Englishman. "And to think that
they talk of their assassinations so
" BUt' the conversation went on.
"And fhaiv aro you going now?"
asked assasaln No. 1.
"I'm goln home, nnd then to TCll
more," was No 2's renly.
The Englishman's blood curdled.
"Kllmore, Is it?" added No. 1.
"You'd better lie comln' along wild mo
. It Is related that tho Englishman
left tho train lit tho next station, prob
ably to go buck to tho tight littloisland
and report an alarming Increase in tlio
number ot outrages in Ireland.
Artificial Child Incubation.
The report of some remarkable ex
periments in so-called artificial child,
incubation comes from France. The
Glasgow Mail says that tho immense
success which has attended the artl
llcial incViliallon of chickens in Franco
recently attracted the attention of Dr.
Tavertiicr, a learned and ingenious
physician. Ho was attached to a hos
pital for foundlings, and was annoyed
at tho large number of foundlings who
died within the Hist six months of
their Hie. Tho majority of those ad
mitted to tho hospital were wcakand
sickly, and ho lesolved to try
what "artlficiol incubation" would
accomplish if applied to in
fants. Tho doctor constructed
a child incubator on precisely
the model of the oidlmiry chicken in
cubator. Itwusn box covered with a
glass slide, furnNlied with a soft
woolen bed, and kept at tlio tempera
ture of elghty-slx degrees Fahrenheit,
by the aid of hot water. Ho selected
as the subject of his first experiment a
miserably made infant, one thai hud'
come into tho world nt an injudici
ously early period. , This infant was
placed In the incubator, provided with
a nursing bottle, and kepi in a dark
room. To the surprise of tho doctor,
It ceased to cry on the second day after
it was placed in the lucubi tor, and al
though It had previously bt en apieter
naturally sleepless Child, it sun into a
deep and timet sleep. Tho child re
nnined In the incubator for abouteight
weeks, during which tlnio it novcr
once cried, and nevi r remained awake
except when taking nourishment. It
grew rapidly and when, nt tho expira
tion of sixty days, it was removed
from the incubator, it presented the
appearance ofh healthy Infant of at
least n year old. Delighted with the
success "of the experiment Dr. Tav
ernier next selected an Ordinary six-
mouths-old infant ad ileted to the
usual pains and colic and exhibiting
the usual fretfulnessof Ficnch infants.
This child conducted, itself while in
tho incubator precisely as its predeces
sor hud done. It never oried; it spent
its whole time in sleep, and
It grew as if it had made up
Its mind to embrace tho career
of a giant. After a six weeks' stay
in tho incubator it was removed and
weighed ; during this brief period it
had doubled its weight. II had be
come so strong and healthy that it u
semb ed a child three veals old, and It
could actually walk when holding on
to a convenient pl'.e of furniture.
These two experiments satlslled Dr.
Tavernlerof tho vast advantages of
artificial child incubation. He immc- j
diutely proceeded, with thepermWsion ,
of tho authorities of tlio hospital, to
construct nn incubator of the capaolty
of -180 infants, anil iu tlilj he placed
every one of the ."GO infanta who were I
in the hospital on the 10th day of Feb
ruary last. With the exception of one, j
who died of congenitul hydro
cephalus, ami another who i
was cluiined by Its repentant i
pnients, tho infants -weie kept
continuously in tho incubator for six
months, thcn they were removed Iu i
consequence of having outgrown their j
narrow bed. Tho result will seem id-j
most incredible to persons who are tin-1
familiar with tlio reputation of Dr. '
Tnvcmicr, and havo not een tho re-1
port made to the French government
on the subject by a select committee of
twelve Tho average ago ol the In
fants last February w'asH months and
3 days tho yo ingest being less than 12
hours eld, and the eldest not more than
11 months. Their nvciago weight was
sixteen nounds. on y one-of 'the entire
; 3(i0 having attained u weight of thirty-
two pounds. At tno emi n kixiihiuuik
of Incubation tno average weight
of each in.ant was twcnty-foilr
pounds, and there was not one who
would uol have been supposed by n
casual observer to beat least 3 yours
old. In other words, six months of
nitlficitd Incubation did sis much In
the wav of developing Dr. Tavernier's
foundlings as three yearn of ordinary j
lite would have done, Tho Infants
were strong and healthy us well as big; ,
they wulued within a wcck ot leaving
the incubator, nnd most of them
have since learned to talk. Theso re
sults surp issed Dr. Tavernier's most
enthusiastl" expectations, and there
can bono doubt tbathis system of ar
tificial child Incubation will bo
adopted not on'v In every child's
hospital in Fran -e. but in every pri
vate family throughout the civilized
world. Sanitary Xcwj.
own pattern. They mny swag
ger, out they will hover Bdrew
their conroiro to the stlcklmr point. It
may delight thlmt to hear thatsomo
desperate scoundrels haro killed n
king, hut they will never arm them
selves with a reglcldnl dagger. There
was a time In Chicago when tho So
cialists were numerically respectable.
They cast a vote three times larger
than that polled last fall by the Prohi
bitionists, They Wero successful In
scouring representatives in the com
mon cotthcllund tho general assembly.
But they professed the doctrine of La
Salle, nnd had, or professed to have,
no sympathy for tho anarchy and as
sassination and communism which
Mr. Most seeks to Inculcate. But this
narty dwindled away. It reached Its
height during the hard times following
tho panic, and la now n mere handful
of ne'er do-wells. VMcago Times.
Olxlllsi nnd 35ir;r
AND ALU nisr.A".E3
ChiMI T Mnlnt-lul VnUitiilim tif the tlluaiL
A WAlUt VKTHU UUK13.
Price. J& 1 .OO. for til U4 Drt)KRt.t
1.. N. IMlUKSWltt, VIM "Worth,
Il-SliI.fcvr'Ij' WhoUmle AJjont.
Is not signing; a pledge
or taking a solemn oath that
cannot be kept, because of
the non-removal of the cause
a man temperate is to kill
the desire for those dreadful
artificial stimulants that car
ry so many bright intellects
to premature graves, and
desolation, strife and un
happincss into so many
Uitturs, a true non-alcoholic
tonic, made in Baltimore,
Md.,by the Brown Chemical
Company, who arc old dmg
rHu and in every particu
lar reliable, will, by remov
ing die craving afpetite of
the drunkard, and by cutlng
the nervoutness, weakness,
and general 111 hcahh result
ing from intemperance, do
more lo promote temperance,
in the strictest sense than
any other means now known.
-It is a well authenticated
fact that many medicines,
especially ' bitters arc noth
ing butchcap whiskey vllcl
concocted for use in local
option countries. Such is
not the case with Brown's
Iron Bitters. Itisamcclt
cinc, a cure for weakness
and decay in the nervous,
muscular, and digestive or
gans of the body, produc
ing good, rich blood, health
and strength. Try one bot
tle. Price fi.oo.
F. IiDANIKt., M. IX, J. A. MATTUKH, SI, M.
IMS. DANIEL MATTHEWS,
SURGEONS AMD PHYSICIANS.
ar-Oniceou Swonil utrect between Main
nud llounton First National Hank bulliUni.
Telephone conur cltona.
Monnirrn:, wmtr.ijKii county, tkxab.
In prompt nttondnncfl on nil the IHstrlct
Court of Iho I'an-llmulle; Civil lluslnc u
HpccJnlly: will Uoiulor I .nnd ftr TnxeM Toy
TuxcAon Innil: InvpMlirntPnml I'ericct Title
to lttn J, and Itcdoem I.unrt Holtl for Tnxos;
IjuhIm llonu'lit nml SoHl.on CtimmlMlon; Col
lection irutckly innilp nml remitted; Cor
renpomlcncu KultelteU nml lnfurmiitloii uc
curntoly mid readily im nlMicrl. 11-11HJ
PATT0N & HUDSON,
Attorneys at Law,
AND 1jVW3 WOTf.XWS,
AliVAJiADO, Johmon Co., THXA&
S- Collection rv specialty,
mission la Alva nulo Hank.
llefers by per-liKVtr
US. 31. ItOUEKTSON,
Real Estate and Collecting Agontj
JtKaiDtAN, JIosquk County, TKsrAft.
Will buy, mill, loiwo nnd etit lntulu, IiitotII
Rnto nnd pctrect titles, nnd dun genemllund
iiReney bmlnciw, llundlin land Hi any
county In Toxh. Special nltontton n col
J. J. KANE,
Aidiitoct and Superintendent.
FOIiT WOJITir, TJOTAS;.
Ot'yia-Al lh Manibn )Mt, Fourth Strtft
l'lium and apcctncntlnn with till modern
Inuirovei.ient. IneludlUK wtlmiiten ot tlio
eoj.lot every ileicrlpilouorbnlldliiRH Intliu
city or oountry. INMtuilleo llox . 01
lloLltfrt 111 ftvit1,lMf Itr. tik
nnd Onnt Imforc you h
MnollihiR jnlplity nnd nuli
llmo leno liQhtntt to con-
Oiler time. Ml n Ar.pl: tn
yotirowntownjf'itiutiHm. No rink, Ku
rytlilmt now. Oipllul not rotiulred. Wo
will nunlilt you ovciythlnir. Many urn
lnultlat; rotttineK. Uidteiilinitito an mueU n
men, and ImyHtitut ulilrt lunltc nx uiueli as
meiiiiiud boyn and Klrln innkti Krent pnv.
Iteiuler.iryou tM IiuiIiicnm nt Mlileli sou
riUiumhoKreiit piiy nltrtbo lliiic, ivrlto lbr
purtleularit to 11. llAl.Tr.TT CO,, -
norw-ly Vortlnnd. Mnint.
HENRY & SANDIDGE,
Agricultural implements, Iron, Wagon and Plow Woods,
Browne Sulkey, Buibrd, Brinley and Other Plows.
BARBED AMD PLAIN WIRE
Blacksmith ant! Carpenter Tools a Specialty.
COU. FOUKTU AND HOUSTON STt.
FORT WORTH TEXAS,
Merchants Exchange Hestaurant
John Hoffmann, Prop'r.
JEtonston Street, 3SText to .T?ublic Sqxtar,
Poi't 'W'ortli, I?oa:ci.s.
Flucst Krotioli cookn nlwayn omplojed. lcl at nil lionro, dny or ulglit,
BEST BltAlSDS VKBS, IJQUOltS ASH C10ARS
SALOON IN BUBLD1NC.
Mamifacttiror of, Wholesalo and Retail Doalor In
ISann hit flarnwapfl
Harness, Biles, Elc.
MANUFACTURES Til JO WORLD-TtKNOWNJiD
Tioi3Li3Ltor37 JScn.ca.c2llo Tattoo.
Will fin nlsli mciclinntN nt cloncst niurhet prlvnx.
Kino saddle! ninl lmtucMnud tola ofttiom
leonle nro ulwavn on tho
lOOlCOUt lor (.ll.lhlk'N 1(1 ltl
crciibo tn. ii ouriiliiKO, and in
tiiuu Kecoiiii' weal jliyj tlio!
who uu inn iiiipruvu ini'ir
opjiortualtleH lomnlii la poverty. Wo oiler
a Krenl elianco to liiuleu money. We inWit
Jin'ii, women, bu,VH runt iilrlxto wnilcln their
loL'iilllli'H. Any one can do tlie workprniuirly
Iroiu tho (intl oiurt. I'lio laiNlnesH wilt pny j
more limn i en nines orumiiry wucck. r.xpeu.
itvooiutltfri'o. No ono whocngnue ThIIk to
junUo inoiiny rapidly, ououn duNoteyour
wholo tlpiu to the work, or only your Hparo
momualH. I'ull llirnriiiiillounnil nil t hut 1h
needed dent ireo. Addnx
lanJO-lj' t'orllupd, .Maine.
Cnlii'ornia Trails niul Canned Goods.
Cult: yon will llrlit a liirfcn nnd'frcdi Klook to coloet from, nt llntfoul rrteou. Motitlumul
corner of liouMou nud Klil Hti cut, at J, II, Jlrown'H old hlnild. Kn-".tl.
WHQIiKSALK AXJ) ItlSTAH. DKALUll TN
Drugs, Medicines, Paintsf;
OILS, DYE STUFFS, WINDOW GLASS, ETC., "
NO, 10 11OU8I0N HTUKIW,
DENTIST, r. l. TURNER
Successor to Godwin & Carpenter,
BEIOK LIVERY STABLE.
Livery, Carriage and Omnibus Line.
OKJ'IUI In Keutou llnllillne, over AVim.
llrown'H droccry Htore,
FORT WORTJf, TJiXAS.
OFFIUK-Xo. 13 Jul;i Vtrcrt.
USES NITUOUS OXIPK OAH.
It is not at nUrturprisiiiy thatMr.
Most, who litis u otlior reputation
tluiit that of an .inarclilrit nml tin 1
ooulcoi murder should jiour out hi
ikelarationt in favor of UHHiiKs'iitUloii;
but it in matter of surprlne that koiiic-
thinv'lilto a thousand rcsldt'iitsi of Ulil-'
r-ago Phoulil tin n out loitniimtiu tno,
fliarliitan In his (JeciamationH, tiow
cvtr, the uiu'oiirngi'iiiontthe fellow re
ceived U not eriouior it-'iilleant.
While k iblvflhout u,' coiniHendatlon
of politic.il 'murder, Aloat lh ifret-Jous
careful that hu lilm-cK docu not be
come n cut-tliroat, and the nii'ii who,
went to hear him are entirely after hi
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FORT WOn Tif, TEXAS.
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