The Taylor County News. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, May 12, 1893 Page: 3 of 8
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To Odd FeUows.
Corsicana Tex. May 3 James
L. Autry. grand master I. O. O. F.
of Texas has issued a call to all
Odd PeUows in Texas in conse-
quence of the Cisco disaster and
appointed the three leading offi-
cers of each and erery lodge a
special committee to solicit contri-
butions from the members of the
order. "These funds to be prompt-
ly forwarded to C. G. Morgan W.
F. Shook and G. C. Falun our
grand secretary all of Dallas who
are hereby appointed our almon-
ers in this behalf and they under
my direction will see to a proper
application of the money."
More Money Needed.
Cisco Tex. May 8 Receipts
falling off and needs growing
stronger pretty well expresses
the situation in Cisco to-night-Only
81264.13 and a bill of lading
for two cars of lumber. The
building committee have thor-
oughly examined and find that the
houses they thougnt would be ea-
sily repaired are total wrecks; not
a residence in all Cisco but will
have to be rebuilt and no lumber
or money to do it with. Let any
one who may doubt that this town
is a total wreck come here mid
sleep for a few nights on a plank
with a box for a pillow. Colonel
Byrd and his force have carefully
examined the debris but contrary
to expectations have exhumed no
dead bodies and doesn't think
there are any dead beneath the
Austin Tex. April L'U Yester-
day afternoon visitors in the hall
of representatives could witness a
game of cards going on in one
r TIiiq nmisorl u hvcfriYwlcr to 8
inquire of a member in what part
of the building could a card game
be found. This too in the face of
a law on the statute books prohib-
iting card playing in public places.
Corsets have been found on the
waists of Egyptian mnmmies.
The Laplanders sleep in a big
reindeer skin bag to keep warm.
Man's finger nails grow about an
inch and a half every year.
It is said to be a geological fact
that gold strata underlie Philadel-
phia. The idea of the church spire
was originated in the twelfth cen-
tury. Dissection of human bodies by
medical students has been prac-
ticed since B. C .'510.
Xiueteen of the pensioners of
the war of 3812 are over 100 years
old six of whom reside in Ver-
mont. Fifty-seven thousand live hun-
dredand eleven letters are written
in London every day requiring .3U
gallons of ink.
Abilene is to have a cotton
seed oil mill in operation in time
to work up this season's crop of
seed. This is good news for the
fanners of this Section as it will
furnish a ready cash market for
their cotton seed at probably anj
increase on last season's prices.
Having in view the fact that the
wheat crop has been seriously
damaged by the dry weather the
Pree Press would advise Haskell
farmers to put in all the cotton
they can. If they wilt supplement
this with large forage crops of
sorghum millet dhurro milo
maize etc. for the benefit of their
stock and the corn crop comes
through in fair shape Northwest
Texas will yet be all right. Has-
kell Free Press.
According to the eleventh cen-
sus there are in the United States
143 seperate denominations of
which 13 are organized Baptist
bodies 10 Lutheran 17 Methodist
and 15 Presbyterian. These fam-
ily groups differ but slightly not
1-.X- . a 1 i !!
enough to warrant a distinct life
and the great denominational fam-
ilies are as one in so far as essen-
tials are concerned. A proper re-
duction of each group to a single
family would eliminate about 100
of the 140 titles which now repre-
sent our American religion. The
remainder might be happily re-
duced and made more efficient bv
union in some form. A Clergy-
man in St. Louis Bepublic.
D.K. Allison of Travis county
says he saved his sorghum seed
this year 150 bushels as he has
done before by throwing in green
cedar limbs as the corn or seed is
thrown: in bin. These cedar limbs
will keep out weevils.
There seems to be some virtue
in kicking. The press of southwest
Texas as well as the representa-
tives from this section have been
kicking hard at the way in which
the state government has ignored
its claims. The appointment of
A. J. Baker of San Angelo as
temporary land commissioner in-
dicates that the governor has bad
the offending southwest restored
to its place on his map of Texas.
There are one-fourth as many
horses in the United States as
there am human inhabitants.
Under these conditions it scarcely
seems that any person should be
compelled to walk.
Beef steers on the western ran-
ges are coming out of winter in
such line flesh and form that ship-
ments to the markets will undoubt-
edly begin several weeks earlier
than common. As a rule the first
shipments sell better than later;
ones but quality must be consid-
ered. The earlier in the season
you can turn off ripe cattle the
hf'ftiM' hut it mrnlv niivvs tr tshin
... "-' r V1
uittii oiun Lwau uiuirvui. wjuani
rwiwwtvk .iTnli - wi(ls-if I lituihO
The average weight of last years
crop of wheat as calculated from
returns of millers and corre-
spondents to the depertment of
agriculture is 57.5 per measured
bushel which is slightly under
the average for a series of years.
r"""!The late drouth extended over a
large portion of the state and is
therefore not chargable to Wes-
tern Texas a fact which our farm-
ers should consider when they
feel inclined to disparage their
own section in fact they are de-
cidedly better off than the people
of some other section as they
have a longer planting season and
a wider range of products to rely
upon. Haskell Free Press.
The man who is unnerved by a
single failure who is disheartened
by one stroke of ill-fortune who
is ready to quail before adversity's
angry gaze without a single strug-
gle is not suited for any of this
world's "bounties"! He is pot of
that Cyclopian brown that the
term man implies. Success is
often built upon many failures and
he who would attain it must
''have a heart for any fate'' that
may overtake him on the way.
A newspaper proofreader at
Hereford recently wrote to Rider
Haggard pointing out two gram-
matical blunders in "She." Mr.
Haggard sent a letter of thanks
inclosing a cheek for a guinea as
a reward for vigilance.
An Indian of the Chickasaw na-
tion lost his squaw that ladv hav-
n doped with a white man. Ho
sought for her a long time and a
long distance and when he had
found her he placed in her hands
one hundred and fortv dollars
which he said was her prooertv
and which she had inadvertently
left behind her in the precipitation
of her departure. "The Indian
said" says a dispatch "that he
would not kill a man for a woman
whom he could no longer respect.''
Here is our noblest wisdom and a
civilization the beauty of which
cannot be reasonably questioned
It is the general prediction that
pork will be held up to its present
high price for two or three years
at least and as all indications
point to the accuracy of this pre-
diction the farmer who raises
good supplies of feedstuff and
pays attention to his hogs is the
one who will come out on top
Carter Harrison is after the
sporting fraternity of Chicago
with a good sized club. UA11
places of gambling must be
closed within :M hours" is the
way the order read. Now let the
mavor of all the small cities fol
low Harrison's glorious example.
As a rule the better profits
from the farm are obtained by
growing a variety of crops and
feeding them out to a variety of
stock on the farm and marketing
in this way the risk of failure are
much less and the various pro-
ductions can be used to the best
The cbuntry is flooded with
cheap doctored compounds sold
as whiskey and consumers can-
not be too careful to demand a
brand that they can rely on.
I. "V. Harper's Xelson County
Ky. whiskey is a standard brand
guaranteed absolutely pure by the
distillers as well as by Gus Ack-
erman's Abilene Texas.
ftucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best Salve in the world
for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers
Salt Rheum Fever Sores Tetter
Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns
and all Skin Eruptions and posi-
tively cures Piles or no pay re-
quired. It is guarant ed to give
perfect satisfaction or money re-
funded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Bass Bro.'s. Abilene.
Wm. Deering & Co. will do
the binder trade this year as they
have-a machine that is far superi-
or to all others in many respects.
They have done away with so
much complicated machinery.
Their binders are easy to trans-
port without trucks are of much
lighter draft and sell at the same
price 'asked for far inferior machines.
-W. F. Adair is fitted un fori
the manufacture of jewelry to or-
der in line style and on short no-
tice in either gold or silver. lie
makes rings pins brooches but-
tons studs charms medals etc.
in the finest style of the art and
on very reasonable terms.
W. F. Adair makes and sells
solid gold rings of the finest work-
manship. Kings Collar Buttons
etc. made to order. Old gold
ighest market price.
Call at Swanson's furniture store
east Side of Pine Street.
The Wm. Deering binder
for this year is certainly a success
for durability and simplicity.
1 They have less machinery and
more actual service than any ma-
chine now on the market.
All kinds of sorjrhum and
-Wm. Deering & Co.
gotten out a binder for this year
that will revolutionize the binder
trade. One of these improve-
ments is: they have done away
with 25 per cent of the compli- i physicians kkcojimexd them.
CJlted machinery trUCkS &C aild'Tbey ranuot lie botiL'ht at onr m-mlency as
in ten minutes can be arranged to
be transported to any point with
the same convenience as an or-
1 had severe pains in my chest
and side feared pneumonia a few
applications of XIX cured me.
J. M. JIall Judge 8th District.
For sale by Bass Bros. Pine
Stock Hogs for Sale.
If you want to buy any stock
Hogs call at D. T. Harkrider's
Grocery store on South First St.
Twenty full blooded Durham
Bulls raised in Texas and acclima
ted in Taylor county. Three to
i Jive years old. Apply to i
II. E. Cautkk.
$7.00 Shop Boots '
can be found on hand at S. nickel's '
shop in X. Porter's old staud. !
These boots are guaranteed to give
1 hereby notify the public gen-
erally that 1 will not pay or be
liable for any account or debt ol
any nature whatever except ac-
counts or debts made by the linn
of Wristeu & Anderson of Abi-
lene Texas or the firm of Wristen
& Crowe of Baird Texas and that
for the benefit of the firms only or
' accounts made bv Mrs. M. J. Wris-.
ten unless upon a written order
signed by me.
D. W. AVristkx.
Abilene Texas May 1 IS'J3.
There is nothing 1 have ever1
used for muscular rheumatism that
gives me as much relief as Cham-
berlaill S Paill Balm does. 1 have
been using it for about two years
-four bottles in all us occasion
required and always keep a bottle
of it in my home. 1 believe 1 t
know a good thing when 1 get
hold of it. and Pain Balm is the
best liniment 1 have ever met with.
W. B. Denny dairyman Xew Lex
ington Ohio. 50 cent bottles for
sale by (Jeo. C. Harris & Bro.. Ab-
World's Pair Bates.
From April 21th. to October
31st inclusive the Texas Ar Pacific
Railway Co. will sell round trip '
tickets to Chicago good to return !
until November 15th continuous '
passage in each direction. Fare
from Abilene 852.30.
Coca Cola and Dr. Pepper's
Phos. Ferrates' the great drinks
for Headache and exhaustion.
drawn from Will Arnold's soda
Vn ntnitw flirt fiiini 5 4nifn
fountain: the nicest in town.
Since its first introduction. Flee-
t).i i i ....
triC Bitters has gained rapidly 111 .
nonulnr f:ivor. until now it is flour. 1
F y . "7 7. . I
ly 111 the lead among pure media-
ly m tne lead among pur
nal tonics and alteratives con-
u.Ui WkU.Mb ..u.bu.c.umBu0
u&tj as uuuiage ui luiOAieaill. Il
is recognized as the best and pur
est medicine for all ailments of
Stomach Liver or Kidneys. It
j will cure Sick Headache Indiges
tion uonsupaiion ami unve Jua-
laria from the system. Satisfac-
tion guaranteed with each bottle
or the money will be refunded.
Price only 30c. per bottle. Sold I
by Bass Broa. (2)
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x ui ma. ' c J-o. j-tj. v c- x x - u. .
V I nTTnrH crem i nn n p
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
and Comfort are
by the use of poor smoking tobacco.
The one tobacco that has held its
1 1 w t tticKw" HfegL
v - -; irj
i uri I pr
own through all
time and against
1 m-i-!-.ll- n..ii
RrrnnsP if'c nlursvc nnr -iitirnvc ' Unchanzinsr
a Great Record te ahvays
record tells more
J "tail; it's just
as ever and it is
ir you smoke
A trial is all we ask.
DURHAM N. C.
iff IIVJIfe. r'riri J HV3lUI
II III Pol ""- f -'-"--Q'53inS ij.iiii
Pure! Brilliant! Perfect!
Used Everywhere and Endorsed
Tbe Most Popnlar Glasses in Urc United States j
Thej arc tlnily woni ami are warmly Praised lij" i
the solid Keprrsentattve Men ol tliid countrj i
I many of them lieiti of National l:inn; Tbt lUt
! embraces Bankers. Mrrcliantu I.nwyirn. Gov- '
ernors senators torriKiiInuatfr-f Alechnnic.-
Men Kminent in all Professions
"'- :m "ol "aW"M 'waiKT " nni prc
BUY NONE BUT THE GENUINE
Tliene rff('t (Uasses are accurately ailjn?tel to
all eeH at the storo of
BASS BROS. Abilene.
A. K. HAWKES
c .rv tk
THE NEXT MORHIMO I FrrL BRIGHT AUO
NEW AND MY CO'.pLEXiuM 13 fat. TEH.
and ktiltit is.ni U un
Sly U.x-tor nay i: t- 'r m. Hi t i. Ii. IiTr
mni!o f loin li. rl.' a: .
' J.Jt 11. t..n t
ill tt.r H-uMj!y oj
Ioisi-.ni-"t m- U.oti I inn un :Mfrirt-o. um!i.
.uru-' 1'miiiIIi Mr.OiSiu- ii-.nr. lt- Iiimx . .urh
till. ItliiKl Hull. I ill .l -.1-11.1. swirv Ai'.!i-j
ukvio:: i u)!t:u.::i. l.i:ova. v.
Cures nil Ft-maK l'- iiplainu and Monl
irregularity L:m rrhwa or Whites Tainm
uptuc'.vn.iies'.i'tc.jj. Hti&s'jurt'il thousands
nnd will cur.-. I'.isu have it. Send
stamp fir 1-. -u
DU-J r '''1" ..u-uhuiie Ky.
The Nervous System the Seat
of Life and Mind. Recent
Jfomy-siory !iasi'Ttomr:iriil with that of
human lift' it Ii:t lfti tliv i'-ii'iti -u!-t
of jrf'nii.il n- ir.-fi ..ii i -im.' pi :iii am--.
uutwui:.:m:uj nu- i.tcc it i- n. tr-tn t-
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Jliat tl. it
.f lifi-i.!-. .i-ti-ti
in tl.i- ii:-
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in ii. - rn i ii.
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i j li i
J.h .i t li.ri (( iltu
: ::i tli.;' -v ti
tin tirii-k tf ;i
tn ! will
Koci'tit dlscovcr!c-.havctliaiji.tra:iil t!i it
alltlK'on:ansof tin. ivxly ur under the roii-
trol of tbe ncrvu entvrs. hatvd in or nc.tr
the bjMJ of the brain and that when tln-si-an.
deransed the organs which ihev supply with
ulso ucrancod. When it Is re
membered that a serious Injury to the sul rial
cum wm t.lUMi uaiaijiu ui iiiu iHrav IILIUW
the Injured point because the nerve Yotve is
prevented by tho injury from rearhinu-tlis
. . . I ! I t k& . n 1 fllt a 1. a .. - I
pjraiyiea portion ltwiuoe unuertoo-t im-.v
the derangement of the nerve- centers will
cause tncueranKeBiem. oiido vanouaorqana
which thov suddIv with nervo force.
the Imperfect action of tho nerve center at
Two-thirusor cnronic aiHises aro due to
.. . -.
tnouaboor tno urain not irom a uerance-
ment primarily originating In tho onran 'It
self. Thu (treat mistake of phrslcians In
treaties theso diseases Is that they treat tho
oran rather than the nerve centers which
are tho causo or tho trouble.
Dr.FiunklixMh.cs. tho celebrated spe-
cialist.has profoundly studied this subject for
overs) years and has made many important
discoveries In connection with It chief among
them being tho facts contained in the above
statement and that the ordinary methods of
treatment aro vrontc. All headache dlzzl-
.- .lllBn..n .stn flit f u.h . .!..
ura uuwiic-vs Luuiuaiuu jinaiurB uiues
i matter hoTr caused. Thojronflerful aaccess of
Dr. Miles' Restorative Kerrlne Is duo to the
I fact thatlt Is based on tho foregoing principle.
an drue?lats on a positive guarantee or sent
DR. WILES- KKSTORATTTB AKRyiKE H SOIU Dy
t'irectuy dr. wiles jukdical co.. Eiunart
ind onJ receipt of price tt per bottle six
bottles ror 9o express prepaia. it contains
neither opiates nor dangerous drugi.
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the changes of
all competitors is
r..- e t.:
he Such a j
than pages of Talk's Cheap
as eood to-dav
tbe tobacco foryou.
you should smoke
FOK AN ARTICLE THAT MEETS THESE REaTJIREMENTS
IN AN UNUSUAL DEGREE OUR
ARE WITHOUT A PEER.
1 They arc easily cleaned.
2 Have freer circulation.
8 Greater condensation hence dryer air.
4 Freedom from damage from the ice pick.
5 Lowerjiyerage temperature.
0 Longer life.
These arc some points that
ccollomical9 therefore the most desirable.
iisfitnte of Veil mama hip
Is the leading school of its kind
in the Abilene Country for the
acquirement of a Business Educa-
tion. Shorthand and Typewriting
taught by an experienced teacher.
Pupils may attend either day or
night school. Write for free sam-
ple of penmanship. Address
G. L. Gordon Principal
(DIA3IOND S BB.A2TD.)
ITRE. STROXIi AXI1 HEALTIIFl'L.!
The best goods at reason- '
able prices. A trial will
convince you of their
DIAMOND S BRAND.
Unexcelled for Purity
Strength and Delicacy of
Flavor. One two. four
eiget and sixteen oz. full
FOR SALE BY
WRISTEN & ANDERSON
For Sale in Taylor County.
3-il acres mostly prairie 20
acres in cultivation. Price -i!J300!
as follows; 500 cash balance in'
4 years at 10 per cent. Will di-'
vide. Write to t
Frank Van Vleet
102 S. Sangamon st. Chicigo 111.
Leave your orders with Mackech-
! ney & Hardie. tf " J
roax VfrvAtftt. v -ff fOAP
Made Omct by
N.K. FAIRBANKS CO.
The only waj7 to migitate its dis-
agreeable inttuenee is to make use of
the utmost care in makikg purchases
buv only the most reliable and wear-
well things to be had.
Call and Examine
We don't want the Earth- only a part.
We are easily satisfied as to our share of
the good things of this world "but we are after
your trade we need it in the business and
you will consult your interest we think by
eonfering with us as to your future purchase
of groceries. We are prepared to extend ao-
commodations to those in need of such.
Makechney & Hardie
We keep always on hand a ftill ctock of Pip. Plp Plrtinjf Bath Ta.
Waah Barina Kltchen8lnii7
Hose Windmills Pumps Etc.
Eatlrcatra on all kind of Plnmblaff work cheerfully HTen at Lowest Pricei Girt as inll
when la need of anything In oar lies.
SOUTH FIRST STREET. ABILENE. TEXAS.
makeft - 4he most
CANT USE IT
'Tis too Much.
THE OLD EELIABLE
and Steam Fitters.
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Lowry, James A. The Taylor County News. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 12, Ed. 1 Friday, May 12, 1893, newspaper, May 12, 1893; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth314408/m1/3/: accessed November 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.