The Taylor County News. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, October 25, 1889 Page: 1 of 10
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ABILENE TAYLOR COUHTY BpAS FBmAY-OOTOBER 25; 188 .
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THEp. HEYCK Preside nt. TTx. CAMERON Yiee-Prarident.
J G. L0WD0N Cashier.
lamest warn hstitbtisistie ahlsh s ceuipi.
Aeco?ia : of Farmers (Stockmen and Merchant So icited.
t BOARD OF DIRECTOR?:
GBol P. PHILLIPS EL B. BOLLIXS THEO. HESTCK J. JI.
DA&GFEBXY J. G. LOWDON and J. W. BED if Abilene
Wm. CAMERON and W. B. BKAZELTON of Waco.
Aciioiara xUtiotus consistent with judicious banking cheerful ly es
teudep. T io collection department of this Bank is a special feature.
Collection on ail points made and promptly remitted for on day of
JSSTkJJURHED 18M. xJaTIOS. XIZED 11.
T$B OLDEST BAK IN THE ABILENE COUNTRY.
Th First National
OFi ABILEXfc TEXAS.
CAPITAL 85O.OO0. SURPLUS S2B000.
Truutacts Kit neral La nil to liusiuesi. CitlUctunu a KprciaUu and Promptly JtftnttU J fvr
is. 3C C "T o :r 6
i H.PARJAKOBE. W A. XIBKLANU. K. J. WTUE. BKO 3KE SMITH
OTTO W. STEKFES. T. S BULLING. E. II. SIXTEXIS.
With monk capital and large facilities to handle all desirable btwit ees. we invite
orrenouaen ana solicit a cofliinuawe 01 tue uHrai uuironajre ex :eiiuea u u.
1 J. gJ CURKIE.
J. L. STEPHEKHON.
CtJKRIE & STI1FH
Lad Lire Stok and Insurance Ags
ABILENE :::::::::: fEXAS.
. Jxjts House? a:i.l Suburban i'rupcrty for Sale.SiB
I. Stelwniin will cive FT'Wial ntU'iition ti the i.uul end l.te Mrk
departiiienU ( the !Uiot. aiid h willitmetu give Mitlre cat: faction to ail.
OHEY TO L O A &
froia j.000to$ju.)uj. libit- km! teijuie favorable
Urs. EYARTS & STELES.
Electric & Oxygen Treatment
North Second Street one door weet of
Flint's Furniture Store. Dr. Evarta at
residence opposite Palace Hotel before
'9:00 a.m.. and after 5:00 p. in. Dr.
Stiles at office day and at Dr. Evarta'
residence at night.
Dr. E. A. CHURCH
OFFICE over HAHKIS DRUG-
STORE CHESTNUT St.
Residence Corner 6th and Syca-
more Strceta' South Side
ABILENE --- - TEXAS.
Dr. G.7. TR'EZEVANT.
Physician Surgeon Acconclier
Office at Bass Bros. & Co.7a dnt g-
store. Residence J. J. Wylie Iiousb.
G. W. 8HERSSN0 M. D.
Clirouic Diseases a Specialty.
Office at Kesidence in Caperan House
North Side Abilene Texas. nov23mj
Dr. W. W. WALLACE
PHYSICfAX and SURGEON
Call attended either day or night.
Office over Harrie' Drurstore. Rb6i
dence in property fonaeily owned by JJ.
Ftrjnj and lianch Iaods.
ob oninieniubehed laodfc iii auur
Sion H. Rooers M. D.
J. O SriVKY Attoriey-at-I-aw.
Office over Floarnoj'e Store
Ijasnd'a9i4 lLaM Agelita
We represent Large Eastern Companies no delay and ithe lowest
ratrs oil Ion time for auy
Easterii parties by wliieh w
ruucbei. CiUl and ee. u.
BASS BROS. DRUGSTORE
auiotmt. We have arraneihetU with
can fct'enre l;Ky-is for aood farms or
Jjuutl nnd limm A&eM
ofE :;:.::: lztxs gf ceoics lap
ForSae. -n h v.
Runn'". t . 1 14 '
oat Ijsi:.:- ' i!'- -' '
at low i.. : .!ii- r.
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.VTraets in Taylor Jonjp Nolan
. i-K'U Couiuii-R embra'iiir the tin-
i't;. . Moiny loaned on loujr time und
i.'.t"Uce Hespeetfully Silited.
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BE. F. I. BSSWH
ABILENE - -
Tlie Largest Stock of --
E IB 9 L. ' WL mb t A.
hooks ana cnooi 5np
Can be Found at-
ASS BROTHERS' DHFGSTOES AB
They Buy Direct from the Poblishers andSeli as horn as can beSeli
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lie Abilene Fair.
Texas Farm asd Bascb .
now a wellrknown fact that
Abilene and the sarfoand- J
in conutry undertake to do any-
thing it not only succeeds but
succec ds so successfully that oth-
ers ca i only look and wonder how
such j:reat energy and enterprise
came :o concentrate in so small a
compf ss. The people of the "Abi-
lene c Dmitry" wanted a fair and
they h ad it. It was such a fair as
one might have expected to see
in some old and wealthy district
of the older agricultural States ;
but 7hat the Abilene country
lacks in age it makes up in soil
climate and euerpy. Tito writer
know ng the people and the coun-
try was prepared for a splendid
displey but the agricultural horti-
cultujal and viticultural products
that le found on exhibit were a
rcveli tion and surprise to him.
Seveial coops of fine chickens
cucki and turkeys were on exhibit
but the "hog and hominy" depart-
TmjloY Connie's li&Mblt.
Taylor eountyrs exhibit is looat-
ed to the right of the building ap-
proached through the main en-
trance froin the south is the first
to catch the eye of the visitor. It
deserves such a favorable posi-
tion because unqualifiedly it is
one of the finest exhibits and if
incut it seems was neglected by
even tho progressive Abilene
country. A lew sheep were on
exhitit but like the hog did not
at lesst tu numbers give evidence
that hey hnd many friends m the
Rab'i T. LeMond M. D.
(Late of New VTork Cirr)
Practice Limited Exclusively
References Hon. J K.RushingJ
Baird ; A. M. Robertson and J.. A
Rushing Abilene. Texas. Postof
lice address at Abilene Texas.
G. A. KIRK LAND
Office over Firet National Baafe
N ; 2 t.f i.'. :r'T. .' ' Tcxap.
H:ii a f.ji'. -m;'i t
:."I t !! -1.' ':.- '.:ij' of furniture and can unit
; ".v-. ASi 1 e : I'lanos Org-;ns and the
it . t.ir f ' ;T M:!im. . urprs' priees.
T hu if j Mi M 1
SAYLES k SAYLES
Abilene ------- Texas.
Office corner of North Sad and Pine Sts.
H. L. BENTLEY
ABILENE - TEXAS.
Will practice in the Courts in Taylor
and adjoining conatie in tke Snr.reme
Cottn and Conrt of Apiete. and ia the
T'nitcd Statee C-ourtJe. Otttee ovej First
National Bank Building; Pioe Street;
no country. Ilorses
prize is awarded for a fruit exhibit
Taylor county is sure to get it.
Last year this county walked off
with the banner for her district
and this year it would not be a
startling announcement to hear
that she captures the banner for
the state. The exhibit ia in charge
of Mr. F. E. Bompart and it com-
prises fruits in variety and qqality
equal to that grown by California
and it all comes from the first
planting of trees the bulk of
which are not over three years
old j wheat which made twenty-
five bushels per acre this year
oats makiug GO and 70 bushels
rye 30 corn averaged 40 millet
which made 2 1-2 tons per acre
ribbon cane which is successfully
grown native'and wild grasses of
100 different varieties melons
weighing from 40 to 70 pounds
fine potatoes and samples of Abi-
nnrl lone country son. tuo lames' art
V . JJi
B.J.;Miller. . E. S. Tuttle. --
Miller Bros.. &
Jobbers an A Retailers ia
cattl both in number and quality
were well represented and gavje
ever ' evidence Uiat stockfarmiug
tne mais ot ai agricultural r
gion's wealth was what the Ab
lene .country had adopted as i8s
pnuc ipal industry c
p" a ra
exhibit is a feature of this display.
The exhibit is tastefully arranged
and if is very attractive. This
county the center of tho Abilene
country is situated in the. north-
west central portion of the state
on the Texas & Pacific railway
which divides it east and weet.
statement of tho receinlsIt was oreauized in 1878 andun
I expenditures on account bfltolSSl agriculture was unknown
'air har e ;ik&ftf&rsh& tin? tr?tfci-bSashLD3Sfid-
. .... il.. ?.. e .. AJ 1.. - - P " i-: Ti a1-
owners grazel their herds. Abi-
lene the county sent has 4500 peo-
- keckitts. i pie water worts ice lactones
Preirlmn from State Fair $-100.0 u ! broom .factories and all the at
from the beat information tld
stained it appears to be about
Receipt of District Fair about 35 0.0)1
Exm nditurofi. about $3.C0.0 )
UonAteti to Hand iuu.uj
BaJabee for Expenses of exhibit
at lianas -aw.oi
soon as tho committee got it hi
shape. Tho item of expenditures
as (stnnated above does
clute premiums givon a
hbeial hearted citizci
tiori for protect
fv k f t.m erif a :-:eo line of (Jlaaff Tin
v.'c !.( :mj(mt To .ii.
it'-d !!' --x-i-'t -I--' i- Tj ii -d to . Her uil.1 puients to parties
:4i:ti!i to Im. V p..1 t" lie:.: the p:iM ;i i' of the public m
iheae opda jut v. ur ie on groeenea: l la.r ueaiing; jimi. iy
kind treat meftjfl: :Jrd. and Iat by giving figures that will siut every
body dome and examine our goods and learn our prices.
B0LI.IXS A S03F.
T. W. DAUCHERTY
AfUrney R(i Coi'uiscllor-at-Law
Office on Pine St. overlit NatH Bank.
IkSpeciai attention to Collections.'
Ai JE. Bli
(Blue fyont. West SMe ofCheatnttt Street.)
JOHN A. WILLIAMS
LttD AXD COLLECTIXG AGEXT
Maverick Building Abilene Texas.
CB&SSTI6K3 A S?ZHALTT.
Eicrhty-flre Thousand Dollars to Loan
on terms to suit borrowers.
K. A. TILLETT
L AW'I E R9
Is now fiteinnfr bin !
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LARGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS
CHEAP FOR CAB!
Special attention jrien to examining
and :to.-iractfn&: titles in Taylor coonrv.
Office in the Reeves Building. Pine St.
L. C. WISE & G
jerSee Dos'crintive Littt
On Eighth 'Page of tkis Paper-
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la-u4r . ! d A nind tv?l
lct rv .. .AV "
mry BaynrtV Qhy&faxa : ehurc!11
p-gy rn; zc
tnchnienta of a modern growing
Kloetijag Hit JZnlTiilo Oap.
A very interesting meeting was
closed at Buffalo Gap last Sunday
night. There were some fifteen
professions and ten accessions to
I the Cumberland Presbyterian
Total ; S-ioGQ.0)
W shall tako pleasure in pub
liahiitg an itemized statement na ; Church. Kev. J. L. Elliott a
young minioler from. Johnson
county commenced the meeting
audlj' was continued by Eev. D.
eYVitt of this place and Kev.
ige late of Richardson
; moved to Buffalo Gap
have pastoral careof the
uffalo Gap College is in better
than ever before in its
history aud Prof. Wagstaff will
'fioon begin to build another board
The Dallas Timos-Hcfald print
a 2 1-page special edition on t
day of the opening of tho Dallbi jllfr iau to accommodate the pu
pil1? from a distance.
Estimates Given dh IPurnishing Homes Mo
Bed Suits Parlor Suits "Wardrobes Sido Boards Uxten
sion Tables Btueans Center TabeB;TVork Bas-
kets Picture Frames Beed Rockers
Sofas Mirrors footstools. Hat Eacks "Wash Stands j
Kitchen Safes Bed Springs Mattresses Tea Sets
Water Sets Chamber Sets Bread Plates
Fruit Stands Butter Dishes Basons Bird Cages Tinivar
Abilene Texas Dealer in
THE BBST GOODS at the LOWEST PEIGES Consiitent'witM
fair dealing. Give us a call. Our goods and prices will make it in-
teresting for yon.
Mia 111 ali JS .
MANUFACTURERS andpEALERS lHy
IjVM&EM SASH BOOMS BI1GVDS..ETC.
Eiarge Stock of all !Oiad
C0NSTAS7rLY OF HAtfD. ESTBfATES FUENISHED.
MiHT FAST MAIL MB EIFBEST LIE.
Daily Except Sunday Abilene and Bollinger
Ltuva Abilene 8:00 a.m. ( AftSiVJ&-Balilnser &:30 p. m:
Balllnger7:C0a.m. AbUeae 6:30 p. m:
Rates One Trip $4-50; Round Trip$8M0.
J. T. PHILLIPS Proprietor. J. E. TAYLOK Ag't Abjleae.
x r it inun itiiiiTT liinnrrnrnii
ij. n-ii ii nno iiuutj niuotiaiuu. 1
tatf I i3B!t ius SVr vhi t HTi J tBk Xa nor Hi a ur Hi j um waa IBI afci'B mm mm Sm W i
sLs Kvy fE3l ia. Viv TKn tm IBM. J'' . rFw am w -mmLJmJHmLvSi' je&J3? 2cJ)rr JjjmxJSr JHS. V
Knowing; that a g
In 011 account of i
eatnnmber of people wejrc disappointed by not getting waited
he immense rush at our GREAT DRY GOODS SALE during
the P air scarcity of trained help and want of more rooarprevented us from ae
dbmxnodating all rjastomers at the same time. Therefore in iustiee to eferyi
ody ve will sell
luring the month of Octqber as folic wsv :
Tai-d wide Bleach Domesmc at
est Oil Cahcoeg a.t r
Jest Indigo Blue Calicoes
Best Dres3 Ginghums daii
l:ound Thread Cotton Str
Pine Brxnvn Domestic
ithe Best Prints. -
k colors at
- 5 ots.
- 5 cts.
- 5 cts.
- 5 cts.
Bilocadedj Dress Goods - - - - -5 otJ
10p pes dress goodls till-wool ffling wrth 1 to 20c at lOd
Double width Dress Flannels worths cts. at - 25'cts.i
Bifi&ry Gray Flanijel - - - - -. 12J cts.
100 pair Glove Grain Ladics Button: Sho.fi - 75 cts
100 pair Ladies Btitton Eid Shoes "vrarranfedi 1.004
The Best ?1.50 Men's oes for .' - - -05 cts.
Boys' Full Stock Boots sizes 1 to 5 - - . 1.00-
We have $80000 worth of Clothing in stock which we will sell ftom $2.50 m
spit to 915.00. Every suit worth double the money Tory ResgeetfoUy Yours
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Lowry, James A. The Taylor County News. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, October 25, 1889, newspaper, October 25, 1889; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth329999/m1/1/: accessed June 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.