The Taylor County News. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 38, Ed. 1 Friday, November 30, 1888 Page: 4 of 8
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Ji.Ilfi.'i .1.LOW11V Kditor M-i PablUbor
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Afrlk lbm a k -4BW 411 I V'VV
a rmT-' . v't- 4ft. .-.a
ii. .t. on vr. $1.30
ow cp piz iiwnUa.
AOVKH TMSG RATK.
iuirle wilnmn. Ir ths twvi?. loch" In
1-L)!u vrtil 1m chared f4r ttr rw l .X t-fnt
jTiieipiTniiiti. fciiiStn.UlfJsrfHa itwneuit -
j-kctNunix inel-l isth uill ! rtiawi rr
f.lU rate of Ijt inch (-rutontii un rtiniHeml-
u iui lvrrt.la.tat-( I iticht-jttl ui-rttltln.
liir-i-luiMn ol fi iH-hf nad'wr. nHHiHl mt-fs
. v ill bKv--u.oinlHin-di Uwr.al of nncr
iwal kbc rrt2liuf not ; .' ritiJt r
Xti 4an W ihiop miy l r.n; n nrtetfrod
Jetl-r r dv lauutv irler. ."lainj-r m t iklco
5u fili fcaon . A'tdrsi tiit lnbi tncr .
Jzjit A LwnT Aoiii.p. 'JViat.
A Credf tufelc :hot Kuifing;
It now fcceinB prolitibir ilml Abi-
iic -will have a freditabi srhool
buUdiiig in the near future. V hat
venit'aii by a creditable school
b;iibiiitfr ir one that wiH meet all
the lequiivments of our groiaj:
onng-ci'.y iil at the witiie time!
be of such a character as to favor-
ably impiese home-NeekrrB and
xiitm-g wlto may come among us.
Divided us the Bi;holi.are o:.e
on tno uortu
north hhe and one oil IheJ'than ?3(MW; t
ii.Ic it in verv ei.lent that constrtieied of
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mej are conducted at a oisauvau -
::. W must have a coiiiinodi-
tins building at Bome central point
wh-ie fhft vhole school can be
under oueinauagemeiit aud under!
one tiet ot teachers. And when
shir is accomplished we iiall find
that there will bo a eavr.g in the
expense of running the seiioo! of at
least one thousand dollars a year.
ror-sometime -pa si me -ss
has been gently hinting at the ne-
e?9bity for a good school house
ami -hoping that some paunt innu -
i".icB would tart thehali into mo -
tion. That influence has now
ittanifeBtcd itself. The Progres -
ive Committee has takeu the mat
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ier in xuiiiu ano iney luive ine
hearty co-operation of the board
of school it itKiees and the city al-
dermew. The people too will join
pi and give the project such an;
impetuas will insure its success.
Mhl committee the trustees and
the aldermen have held two or!
ihror. i.tint n.i.nfiii.eil.ic w..iiL- u
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piner to mature plans tor tne ear -
y building of the house. These
plans will be fully outlined in an
address to the people by the sub -
committee to be published next
We ask the people to carefully
consider the great importance of.
this enterprise and the direct as. said school Jiousu.-
well as indirect advantages to be 6. We recommend
lenved irom it and be ready to 'zens aud property owners be re-i
do their part in the work. '. J quested to loan s nehj Bums as they ;
"One of the first needs and one can to the city ti beiused in com-
of the greatest needs of Abilene1 pleting such school jhuilding the
just now is a creditable school; loans to be witlu nt interest one-
house and we think we can see j half of the amounts to be repaid
the way clear for its being built by the school trustees of the city'
and ready for occupancy by theof Abilene on the loth of January
time our school opens next fall.
A Good Ppiiiidfxijr.
Dir Rilitnr Tnvlnr flnnnlr
v Aii 1 it t i lawyers one selected by each of
News Allow me to tell you how; . .. .
wo have been treated and thaj 'm trePv bf the iav '
withouthaviugtimeto prepare for
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it. iu fact it came upon as like a
cyclone and uner
sexton made an unusual
noise iu the church Tuesday night
But the first thing we
HUl' It ili
tfnnnlnifl'MKaa fttnno..4.wl o
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report at the -church immediately.
uwhif D -i.i .
v.n ' ot VAnn? i . t I
u muov icpii w mo t-uuicu m ;
once." So we weut aitd such a
sight aud we without a speech
too. Everything to eat and more
too a big stock of groceries and
the half has not been told too
many things to mention. Dear
friends please accept onr thanks
for these tokens of kindness aud
W. . ititrVAJi-Viiit JLitoM) VAFAW'
nt t Hr-.ft . trr.- l
i r StfW Sl1s ".
At a joint itK'lfiii of the sub
i i i
i rnmiialtcilbe bchoolt juseC5 ami
. lllc cjv C0UIC1
1 at (IoqkreM &
! Cocl;reJ'?js ofli(e Ttieadnv after-
.nnnji. tluiil!in Ji-fi RiiNin:h.if1 juul.aiui iiropeiiv ouier WHO
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hoard 'inil Cll V
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tICS OOilieS HJ
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"r jji .
((:..tt r il( ti
ah the roprenen -
tfi in prcjianu dctftileil slate
... f i1n!.n fur r.n.ilM' Hlo.t :... k..:i.i i .t... rc
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funds for the cdiiKtnicion of thcj0rom p.ple coming to the relief
Ut'W St'llOOl lIi!
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iuiiii;. -iii "-i-
lug of th- Ktib-i
mninit t!ots lh I tI-
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1. We recom
and aHive co-o
i oi oi ic-
in e tch p!tt as
may be adnpu-d
a thj best to e -
erection of a com.
Hi-hocj! building in
tnrc tin spied
' inojiious public
the. city of Abil
L'. We lerommend! that pnch
btiildinjr be ero
of ground boujr
it by tie city tor a
Jih-i ijnl that tUe
rn..t thereof appioxtuiae not ltf;6!icu address has bceii published
lat the Same be.
HICK Dl- StOhe. al -
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;ter the best pj-ovet kt:ii:s nthionev :(ud we suv"esl that our
nil moderii im;
ciciit'y large to
irovciitciitB f titli- iveieotive bodies pledge them-
acenmmodak at ! kpIvus ttt aiil in everv nossihln wv
least S00 children.
3. We recommend
ihat the:sjmi object.
j board of school
;ate such snrpln
! retaining the in
t .i.iiouoi 10
; pay expenses oj
s.-ln ol till
'collected at the
end of the present
efUuinti'il to be
.2MH). toward t
1. Wo recount end
! council of the ci.v of
- r) cents on the lfo) worth of
; properly ay authom
ii tu iau ioi
for the .year
; free school purposes
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in: and tiuii tfic si
from after paying thi
expenses of the mbli
the city of Abilene w
we estimate to be h-
WH be used
; by the school tiustt
is to in pan
pay lor the cbkrin
tion of said
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1 the available school rtiuds of the
! citv of Abilene tlhero will be a de
. licit of about $601)0; we therefore
! recommend that inappeal be made
by our respective bodies to every I
j property-owner therein to aid in a!
loan of said sum of money to the-
city for the pur
iose of buildinjr
that onr ciri-!
I "rt . J.I- . 1 1 If I
io:x. ami uie ouier one-nan to oe
repaid on the 15th of January !
1692 the same to be secured in
Cll ili T-ir- ic n oivininlttno nf tl-m. '
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.. Wo recommend that the sue-
tllft V.IOT.B lvMlHo.1 11 tn U 1
j i.V. ...iO HI.IU III1.4 IDJlUl CCtltllft
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placed from iear tO year in the1
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hands of the public school trus-
tees to be used by them in paving
iiui vt.vmiiuuui vj-i.e-uor iii mi
public free schools the suTD us to
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bo paid ou the loa is niade to the
city by our citizens ana property
owners until said loans kave been
'fully naid back. ! . !
.w.v. i...i ..fl.i.! ... .. .u nnrents From the te?:t.. Tltnt-
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puiTicu. liiHi.. .... .. '..-. eiiapter.otn to 5n verses. A
mouut of; ;;'... TV -"-- ..! and special invitation is
Iin S ltd r.i tibitinT n nrnin.Ktr .. ..... .
.... .. ......... iV. ... ("i''i'.i ' teudetttoaii Darentsto attena.
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board of trustees don duct our pub-
he schools on as economical a plan
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poSSiOlQ eOnSlSIRt With tj
8. We recommbnd that theFtgeEli
nt;er management tm-reoi. woi
recommend that our school tnw.
tees be i chested after jmying the
t.xlll.lltjes ol- our pUiiic B:liools to
utl v over anv balance of tlu .school j
nioiievs nro rata to
. i. .
: jr0iJS ie prepared settine forth
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IIIC AltlllllkUlO K f""' J
;Ft.1l0ol buiitii11K; t!;C inability of
. till (.li to ouiiti uuu mo u.-i;v;att
that such an adlress
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r wi iiiiiiiiviiimi iii -! fttwaaaatr. a r tamw
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a I f If Till III!-" I .1 1. 1 Ilk l Illi I I
News and such further publicity
j bl. pivcil t0 it as the committed ap -
ioHited to loriiuilatu the same
! m-ty ihink best. We recommend
j tJlt tje committee on address be
I composed of one member from
j (..d.x f 01ir respective bodies but
It tint tt -ir1ili-iau wlun (ntiinlntull
j je gju-ied by every member of our
At( & v v mi..Kjj x iit wi v. -
; jm. We recommend that the Abi-
ic.e Prosreasive committee after
tnL-. s-m-li Rfms im tlier m-tv i!toiii
.MmnP! - In nlttiiin th in..fi!irv
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i in the accomptishment of the de-
j We recommend that when
the. loan has been secured that a
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.I'nmn.t.Pft of five he rninnmf e1 to
o i. .! 1 -uaKe tne iian to u:e city asaiore-
.said uhul tlie lull amounts loauou . "T " a i . It ..
each oil '. . ting up a wood yarl at the Gilli-
' 1 1avo u't1: l" land shop- on the North Rid. uml
isutj com- 9m we recommend that an ad- will s:iw and Bell wood at ri-usnu.
select plans etc. and to attend to
" the const ruction of said school
jniilding: that the committee be
; composed of the mayor and a
i member of the citv council of one
that the Hty.momoer of the - board of school
. ! nf Hir. innntv imiirA ti
Tavlor county f ami of a member of
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jjK. Abilene Progressive commit-
Jee . that the city. council elect its
j(rmjjerj .e i)0;in 0f trustees
ejoct ji6 jnemhor and thc Abilene
progressive committee select its
member; all the arrangements
fOI. r)ir cnstrnciion of ssiid school
timidinjr ami tne details and con-
struction thereof shall be left to
im" imin!iw m a piuu pun
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Abilene is so great that we urge
the immediate consideration by
our respective bodies of the above
surest ions. Respectfully sub-
mitted D. W. Whistes.
Mayor and Pres School Board
. M. C. L.uinETH Aid.
C. Evans Aid.
Members of City Council.
R. II. Parker
J. E. Cockrell
J. M. I SHELL -W.
A. M INTER
Members of Board of School
M. A. Spoonts
John IIoeny Jr.;
Otto W. Steffen's
rMnu of Pmoca nm.
A Jr?r!rrT tnx TPm-fOfnia
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. Next Sunday at II o'clock a.m.
at- the Presbyterian church the
- ihinioi. r. .a. ... wjnou
will preach a sermon pspeciallv to
latere remalnlngnncalliHl twin thppoetorac
t Abiit-ne tx satuniay. Nor. 2. i&a :
Anderson. J D (2) Llndrara. Wilhel
.nuerFon. .mo i rumpnrey jasxi
r.rulges. Bob Sherwood w
Jjwoklns. A H Thompson p B
linnker. Drlsdc-n Wooley.JW
Ooward.Jno H Woodnrd. WE
.Time Y C J Warder W J
.Tnlinnn IlTtnrr Wullnon .T A
Kifnschmit Chas Wheeler ADcBerry
I ladies' list.
Parker Mies S L
LiSSiw -JuSd aborol?tte wlu
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k. h nARrrRir. p. m.
Uie rtoneer Millt are beincri
j n night and day.
j The total rainfall from Sunday
pvcninjf to Momlay uight waB 2.1B
Corn WhiBky full proof guar
antepd at the DELO-SICO SA-
able rates. Soud in your orders
-The lariat beat and cheap.
eftt aBSOrtment of Btsitintinrv nlsiin
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or fancy can always be found at
I. K. Minter's.
Albums all kinds at Hrris
J!iSnnir. y .
ii. jnmcr uas
1 n..nirr.-nl f hn -fittm -Trv Ikl.i: r 1.a
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from the third Monday in each
i month to the tirst Mondar. TIip
next term will bo held on Monday
December 3rd prox. and the ses-
sions will continuo to be held at
the courthouse until further or-
ders. Tbe Patent Iron Revoking
Stirrup at N. Porter's on 2forth
Side. Horsemen should call aud
to DELMONICO SA-
for your Whiskies and
Just received at W. S. O.
Johnson's a fresh lot of New Gro
ceries New Hams Tierce Lard!
.Mackerel Kice bugars Syrups
Dates I?igs Raisins Mincemeats
Fancy Candies and Watermel-
ons. The train knockod some cat-
! ni" ofr thc track a fewniilcB west
! of town the other day. The sec-
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i tion iioss came along ami negan
to invpRfimtP. wlnui one of th
j crippled animals (a bull) scrambled
' to 1S et lld lstle vicious at-
tack ou him. Luckily he escaped
with no more injury than that of
having his clothes badly torn.
John Patton at J. It. Jones &
Co's lumberyard has been laid up
for a week or more with a slow
Miller Bros. have some fine
views taken durinsr the late Fair.
Every citizen should buy some of j
E. S. Hughes & Oo. are pre-
pared to do all kinds of tin job
v.'orK wiin neaineBS auu uispau-u.
Best oc cigar in town at Harris
Fine Chocolate Cream Drops
and all the finest candies at the
uan.iy w orks aoum uirai oirecu ;
P. C. Knapp has secured the
services of P. M. McKinney a
first-class mattress maker and cau
furnish customers with Hand-
made mattresses on short notice.
M. C. Lambeth is having
some improvements made ou his
property. B W. Miller is the
workman in charge of it.
Hon. T. W. Dnugherty went
to Eastland last week and was ex-
amined for liceuse to practice law.
His examination was highly satis
factory the license was granted-
and he comes back a full-Hedged
Mrs. J. P. Daniel has been
quite ill for several days.
fard of Thanks. '
I desire to thank the friends who
so kindly visited us and assisted
u8dnringtheiHuf-bsofour4iangh.the only place where
ter ana assure mem tuat- tneuv
kindness will never be forgotten.
Mrs. W. E. Doech.
Ilata Belw Caf.
As the season is well advanced
aud as I do not carry over my
stock from seasou to season and
86 my stock was unusually large
I offer till the first of January my
stock of hats at from 75 cents
$1.00 and 8125 each. Usually sold
at $1.50 $2.00and"$2-50 each.
r- Mbs. L. A. Gibbs.
For Sale sfe a Barga'tin
One of the best residences in
tbe city cou&ising six and one-
half acres land and conyeniiai to
business. All necessary out
uuuiuugs uxeu ana two cuuu ui
terns or will exchange for a stock i
of hardware? j Applyto this office. '
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jTo My oqo wo bn ;
nf nnAu fnm n. hntTrn.n Xn. i
vember let and January let wej
will give a chanee in a Ladies Solid !
Gold Watch andChaint Diamond.
Cluster Ring and a fine Music Box
over 8200worth of goods we Trill
give away to our customers by
January 1st. Come and see them.
Adair & Ciark
Pine street Jeweler
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Mrs. A. Clark has established a
dressmaking business over; Clay-
ton's store on Chestnut street
and solicits the patronage of the
Ladies of Abilene.
! na Syrup at W. S. O. Johnson's.
f M Mm a T?iVlrw wr ha T.tinotn-
ti.jfcwiMjv vfj. m:.v-!aaaMmaaaw7aaaaaaaaaaaaKMaaaaaMaatr'
To his fine stock of FAMILY GROCERIES and will aston-
ish you with low prices. Jtit walk in and see how remaka-
My cheap he can and does sell them. Below are sdme df tlie
prices of a few of the thousands of articles kept ill stock :
Any of These for 25 Cents j
Carpenter saw fine steelblade ; !
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Dish pan large aize extra heavy ;
re-tinned; Large milk or water :
pail ; Large octagon Teapot plan-
I 0 f X J t
ished tin ; Buttonhole Scissors ;
nmntor hamm0r . to oVo .
w...v.... .. ."p w.w
Monkey Wrench large and heavy ;
An excellent vise for the farm; A
! good wash-board ; A good Butch-.
er Knife: Avery neat Snittomi :
-a t ' m a -n
oO Feet Tape Measure ; A Beauti-.
ful painted two-wheel wagon;
Ninety odd Glass Lamps; 20 and
and o5 cent6 molasses stands. j
Ts tlie. onlv exclusive
.p aa CinAa lrshnGr'Q hftVA f.hP. ArtVUntflfffi fif A lAWTA'ATMi
varied stock to select
Wpat Texas. Sneciai attention given to
Renairins:. StorG one door West of the
M. O. XiJa.
Abilene : :
Raneh. Farm and Paare
For Sole at prices ranging from
taxes aor nonresiaents ana aoa general jussu gvu&j mm
W. A. FLINT & C
jo. 17 Pine St: Abilene next door to 1st ISaiional Phb1c.
If in needxif furniture do aot itiil to call on th hIkt
named iirmas they keep tbe best stock of furniture m-
Xorthwcat Texas. They deal in both neir and second-band
goods. They also manufacture Mattresses. Picture lYaiaea
and Moulding a specialty. All goods sold atth yry lowi-
est )rices. Come and see us before buying.
ELSMIf r FAST MAIL AD EIFBS WL
Daily Except Sunday Abilene and BaUinger.
Lkavjb Abilene S: 00 a.m. j AmuvJ5aIHngr 6r30 ..
BaUhier 7 :00 a.m. j Ablka 8:39 p. as.
BatesOne Trip $4-50; Round Trip $8.00.
J. T. PHILLIPS. Proprietor. J. E TA YLQB Ag't Abllcse.
UTL E R
(Chestnut Street South Side of Railroad) '
Has added a Most Excellen
and Variety &
Yr Choice of Tlieso 1.
Milk Pan8' estla larSe and
heavy ; Coffee pot planished tin
J r v
extra quality ; Knife and Fork
trnyf neatanil veiy8trong. Wash
bowl extra large and heavy re
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tinued ; Sauce pan popular size I
re-tinned ? Dnst pans fixtra size!
and quality; Comb and Brnah
case latest designs; Long handle
vegetable ladle; Egg bealer !
equal te the best; Screw driver !
large size and fine steel blade;
Liquid glue for mending china
M W(ymlj Ieatheri .
of tootl. -pieks good quality;
j l '
time ; A Kaleidoscope-
hoe Tin shies
Boot and Shoe House in the Citv fen
yon can get Guaranteed Strictly Pi:?gi
from and the prices can't be beate:i ia
Has a Large List of
53.00 to 6.00per acre. Will render pRjgsHy nA $
Cfeic of Tftes fas' S Cemta
Tin milk pans good quality ; Tia.
wash boirls large size; Loh
handle dipper of fine quality; Six
patty pons on a frame ; Vegetable
grater extra large and well made!
A double match safe of estr
quality; Boys' wood-handle knlfel
steel blade ; A strong and wli
jmade carry comb; Large 8crnt
driver with steel blade; Bnttsif
ladle full size and fine ; A botth
best ink ; Large cake toilet soaj
fine quality ; 3-4 lb. cake excellent
Ian n ? to anan "Rntiii ftraasino
omK w '' lOOfineQnaU trfcair
pins ; Quire of mdtokt wxitfeg
Custom Work Ba
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vugcuiF' umwimm. $ r
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