The Taylor County News. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 49, Ed. 1 Friday, February 7, 1890 Page: 1 of 8
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JXJOK A. LOWKY PUBLISH
A Weekly KBWptMr-Da?fc4 t tis Der!ifaft$ f A)0s Tajlcr Cravy aa tto "&Uiu0m&7"
ABILENE. TALOB COUNTY TEXAS EEIDAY I!EBETJAKY 7 1890.
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TffBO. HEYCK Preaidei
bt. Wx. OAMKBON Yiee-Predident.
AfronntK of Fanners
3EO. R PHILLIPS K.
DAUJITERTW J. G.
teudtsd. The. collection d
Collect ions on all points n
THE OftDEST IIA
-TlTBTiOIs TSE ABILSHE CQUN FHY.
.loefcmen.attd Merchants Solicited.
KD OF DIRECTORS:
B. ROLLINS THEO. HEYCK
OWDONand J. W. RED. of Abil
dd W. B. BEAZELTON of Waco.
eht with judicious banking cheerful
part ment of this Bank is a special far
Brs. EVAKTS & STIFLES
Electric r0xygen TreciimenL
North Second Street one door west of
Flint's Furniture Sfore. Dr. Evarts at
J residence opposite Palace Ilottl before
:ou a. m.. ana airer a:uu d. in. ur.
Stiles at office day and at Dr. Evsrts
residence at. night.
ade and promptly remitted for on ay of
Dr. E. A CHUROH
OFFICE over HARRIS' DRUG-
STORE CHESTNUT St
i Residence Corner 6th aiid Syca
more Streets South Sidj?
ABILENE - - - - TEXAS.
iltfrrt n '' ur?-- fit': '..:
With ample iita! aiu'anrt-
rrttiioii!io ami mlkit a
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kIKKI.AMt.f U K. WYIJE. BROOKK SMITH .
S'. T ICUUJNS. E. II. SINTEMS.
f:niiiti to IihihIIp all desirable business. w
ititaiaiu-eof th' liberal patrunajye extemled
t nv' am-cr.
tk pros em w
A "on Is for fin
Frm j co Toxnn i
division of Uh-
K IN THE ABILENE COUNTRY.
Dr. G.T. TREZEVANT
Plivsician Surseon-1 Aceoiiclier
ABILENE TEX! AS.
Office at Bass Bros. & C.'s drug-
store. Residence J. J.Wylc house.
G. W. SHERB1N0.
We have Largest Stock of
I -j5-"" " c
n West Tejtas and. will compete with any market have the most con
8ehool Books Stationery and School Su
in the Abilene Country and will save you money on these articles. We are
neauquarters tor urugs jjruggists t3iiuuries? ionet Ai-tiuies.
Materials Paints Oils and Window Glass. Be sure to c
and see ns beiore you buy. We 11 treat yon right.
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TRADE IS OOOD 1 Klf 1
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IK -M. II RN PERSON.
itli & Henderson
i Insurance Ait i
Chronic Diseafies a Specialty.
! Office at Residence in Caiern House
j Xorth Side. Abilene TexM. novShnS
Dr. W. W. WALLACE
PHYSICIAX mwI SUHGEOX.
Calte titt ended either day or nigljt.
j Office ojver Ilarrio' Dnigstora. .Resi-
i deuce in trojterty .formerly owned by I..
Sion Hii Rogers ;M. D.
nir of ih
T.& P. R.
in the vpst
R. Co. lands!
JlEPOKTETt OFFICE XOK
Til AI St.
Merchants Pasture the
Dr. j. M. ALE
PHYSICEK AND SUEGEON
Oliicc dvor Jalaoe ird
Will answer all calls in til
Thos. II. Gunn .(KsUUe and others which
embrace the very choicest of farm-
injj; lands and City property for sale oiiIabilene.
F. If. BHGWN
D. E N. T I
W. Hatch Bl Co..
e city and
KIRK L AN D
Office ovi r First Natioi al llatik.
. ABILENE. TEXAS.
S A V L i; S k s k
Haf :i larrf list of fjiid anl City proptTty for uv. Loau mon-
e :it th- tM-l lowtvvi rWtek on lotitf or nhort tiint'. interest imy-
niiii oiilu r i!i linnliv or soiiii tiiii.ualh. IJtir'seiit only reliable Fire i
Iiisurau-c (oiijianit .. Otlufe on South sitie in Flonrnoy Building
of North 2nd
bind Hne Sts.
H. L. BENTUEYi -
MiiSj-iu . 1:js 1 dealer in
I ABILENE - - -
t Will practice in the Co
1 Court and Cr irt of AlIeii
I M reel sraie uouns. ui
j National Bmk Building 1
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T. W. DAUCH
iAtlornpv aiid Cohhsp
terostiii lor yjou.
You v.iu Ifti)tatl
lOODS -A .the
live us a Mi
i'hmi iintiiti at our tore
LOWEST IMJICKS Consistent with
(at comls ami priees will Riake it in
! ABILENE; - - - -j
Office on Pino St.. "over 1'
I UsSSiH'cial attention to ('
im in Taylor
s. and ia the
Ice oyer First
The fact is it requires but a very little more energy to keep' trade moving at a lively gnit in January and February
than it does in April or June and the trouble is there are too many people who cling to the old notao:! (or yon might sny
Superstition) that its useless totry to make any kind of an effort to boom trade after tliG holidajs until along in ApriL
This is a grand mistake for people are just ks anxious to get goods at a bargain with the Thermomoterbelow "Zfirsto? m
if it was at forty. We do.notbllow trade to drag can't afford it and the tradesman who allows his business to dragekrem
in the dull months of January ;and February is out of his sphere. Profitable business will riot conia of its own accord
l)ut with that little word "PUSH" wonderful results can be accomplished. Come and see me when you need groceries
1 do not keep the largest stock in town but T do keep -a well selected stock all nice and iiesh and everything in lirst-
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class sliapi. I guarantee every article I sell both in quality and weight I give the top price for all kinds of country ro
duce. Your trade will bo highly appreciate!! and if you -try mje once you will not regret it for yjou. can safely re!)
square treatment. You will find. 'Mr. Rector my son-in-lav at my store who will treat you politely and'pleneai
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All goods sold at the lowest cash margin. Xo trouble to show and price goods. Yours Bespectfully
Mm M La Rue
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Austin Jan. 20 1S90.
To the Fanners Fruit Growers
Nurserymen and Gnrdeners of
Please mark owner's name plain-
ly on each package bo that proper
credit may in all cass be given.
Please forward - all exhibits
promptly in order to give ample
timo to. place them properly. They
The Commercial Affinity of i The Disappearance of Besterts
Colorado and Texas.
Texas. Gentlemen: The Ameri
can Horticultural Association will j should arrive in Austin not later
hold its annual meeting in tho J than the 10th to 15th of February.
House of Representatives of the I Allow us to urgo on all public
state capitol beginning on the 17th spirited citizens to endeavor to
of February next antf will remain make such exhibits as will bealike
in session for five or six days. It ; creditable to themselves and the
will be attended by many leading state. No better plan for adver-
gentlemen interested in farm or- Using the great resources of Texas
chaid and garden products from as over been devised and it will
all over the United States Canada result in great benefit to all sec-
aud Mexico. It will be one. of tho '' tions. if the eoile will only take
It does not require the exercise
Of the imagination at all for one to
see the importance of the great
states of Colorado and Texas forin-
iug and cementing the closest
commercial relations possible for
with that enterprise which char-
acterises Denver lThe Queen
City of the Plains" she already
understands and appreciates what
deep water on the Texas coast
means to mny likewise I'ueuio 0f Africa was believed to be arid
Trinidad and a dozeu.other pros- and unctiitivatable. Now we learn
What were supposed to bej des-
erts are rapidly vanish iug before
the advance of civilisation. There
was a time when the United States
had one of no small size waeu it
was con iidered that all the' laud
west of :he Missouri river was a
barren waste. Tho farmers of Kan-
sas Nelraska and Dakota! have
disposed of much of the great
America desert unco upon a
time a laiso portion of the interior
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perous (J.oiorauo cities ; in tact all that they are fruitful aiui weH pop-
most intelligent bodies of gentle- the interest which wo hope and i progressive citizens of the Cen- ulated. Che interior of Auslralin
i - ?. in .1 . .. .. ... ... .fnimiil Stutn. u'lu'ln annin rilrt ' t. i t. .t.i ' ..' .t. "I.
men ever assemuieu in xexus aim jeiiovo thev will.. Address an w nu ga. vuut-Uw ute cu n an nwiiui ez-
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A .Serious Bifliculty.
coming as they do from every pari- letters to
of this and other countries it is of
the very greatest importance that
they should carry away with them
correct ideas of the wonderful re-J
sources of our great State and it!
mJf ixmimMa In tin fliic liv i-rl.
. .u. ww j -7" . iiiigrlit between J.
. ft -lf . .. J. G. Geiger both were shot and
specimens of the products of all . -r.
. . c. t wi seriously wounded. Echols was
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'uu""loul -"- m " - shot ih th0 abdom.'n. the ball en-
ask vou to assist us in uomg. xo. . . ... . .;
do wants the productions ot the j ample o' a howling wilderness.
: "L.one fctar btate" to teed her rap- destitute of water and of animal
! idly increasing population because. or vegotj ble life. That illusion
sue can get tnem cheaper and bet- j now bein sr rapidly dispelled. He-
ter from Texas than any other of
her neighbors. Texas has within
personal -difficulty Sunday hel. iJOrders millions of acres of
w' EcIl(lls au(1l flue timber; Colorado wants thjs
to build up her towns and cities.
It is only a matter if a few years
itering in front of
and coming out ok'er the jleft hip
shot under the
ui lront of the
A. &' BLEDSOE
' ftlne rraitt. went Sirfr of Client nut Street
DAVIi; J RED.
J. 11. 1K'KEXS :
i. PICKENS & RED
OlUcein Courtliouse Ahilenej 'Iexs.
Snecinl attention clvei
Abstracts of title. Hav
Abetrsct of Taylor count
recorded in Taylor lie:
I counties we are nrenared
stracts on shjrt notice ami at reasonauie
mc a complete
v lana titles as
ar and Travis
'to ftimith xVl-
K1.J..1.1 ...It I Kn.mHf nnnll lllflltl1
r V . i b0e- Geiger .was
" . i 4 i i right arm just
incicwte . .....0vV . shoulder blade the ball being cut
farmer fruit growers and garden- j - . .. . ;. 1
' b . out just behind thd left shoulder.
era of the State to send such arti-jf ... L . ...
. it -. . Reports as to the origin of the dif-
clcs as they think worthy of being-... a. .. J . .
' J ...... .. Jlleulty aro conflictnlg but as nqar
placed on exhibition. We want- . V . .
1 . . . as can be gatherell without a
exhibits of growing as well as ma- . .. .. L . .
' . legal investigation bchols struck
tured crops such as gram cotton : 0. . . .. I ... .
. . Geiger m the face and tho firing
fruits trees shrubbery vegeta- . " . l
' ? x tt T from sides began. There were
bles flowers etc. etc. Hon. L. . ' i l --T ;
' . A . four shots fired m rapid sdeces-
1. Foster has placwd at onrdispos. . . . . I . A . .
' .. tsion. Geiger lias a millet hole in
ar the magnificent rooms of the;.. f .
. s . . A p xi ! his coat sleeve. Eel ols has since
-San Angelo Emtcrprise.
Agricultural Departme'nt of.thoi
State capitol in which to place the i
I exhibits and he authorizes us to a Scrap of Paoer eaves Her
say tnat panics sonumg cxuiuus; . .. y
can if thev so desire have them : li was an onlinary sfcrap of wrap-
remain on permanent exhibition in ; I? PBPor' bnt h B&ya 1er ife
tho department where they would jSbc was in the last stages of con-
consuuitly be visited by people j sumption told by physicians' that
i dta tr-ie iiinraltln onrll nrtnlrl li-n
Hii 'PTT f J? i from everywhere. "" M"1 ""- ww .
. 1 . HULiUl. ; r.... ..: avi.:k:b w;u onlv a short time: she weiehed
AVillOtllilOailAWYER 1 ABSTMTEBJploase ship iLenT to" Hon. Johns than seventy poujids. On a
"1 3IIClllilJLi5 15 ! ABllLENE TlLXAS. I McDomW Mayor of Austin who : Peco of wrapping papet shq read
Owns a complete Abstracts of ; will bel responsible for their prop-; tiJr- -mS' 6 -ew uiscio very and
er care and see that they are prop- i go sample uouie ; u neipeu uer
erlv displayed. Each exhibit will ! 8ae bought a large bott e it helped
be properly marked with the name ilier more bought auothdr and grew
I um-ier jhmi fonuuueu sia use nuu
when Texas will realize that in
the right side Colorado she finds her best mar
kets. You may ask wjiy this is
and the answer is" because Colora-
do does not and cannot possibly
raise within her borders food suf-
ficient to supply her population
who are mostly engaged in mining
and its subsidiaries. Texas has
millions of acres of the fiue3t farm-
ing lands in the world undevelop-
ed and she wants Colorado gold
to develop them and extends to
her the right-hand of fellowship
and says to the Cotoradoan "come
down from your mountain home
with your gold and silver; bring
all the silver you want for we like
silver and help us to make Texas
take her deserved and rightful
rank that of the first among the
states of the Union."
Texas has something to
Ik wow Se!ili lit.
LARGE ST pK OP DRY GOODS
VERY LOW mm CASH DOWiV.
j Taylor coitntyi including the city
of AbileueJA'lTstractSj furnished on
short notice at reasonable figures.
Referent es: J. G. Lowdou
Cashier AJbilene Najtionnl Bank-! j aud W li?n of Ul 0W1er:i .
OttoW. Steffens Cashier First; All parties sending exhibi
4 Att fttt
(Knai Old Stand Chestnut Street. Abilene. Texas)
j DEALER IN
Mi ail pm MO F&K
Goods Hougfct or Esciiangedi FuriiUurc liepired ad Cleaned.
Chairs R-canc (i
L. O. WISE & CO.
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J-Sie Descrmtive List-feg
On Eighth Page of this Paper.
exhibits will I is now strong healthy rAsy plnmp
be expected to prepay freight or!eJfininff uo pounds.
exnress charges to Austin. When particulars seno suirap
iAt. ot.it-A imrn timv xrili h tnL-An Cole Druggist Fort Smith. Trial
i..rA nf Anii lnppi n nvhihi. 1 bottles of this wonderfi I TJiscov
tion without expense to the own
er and after the close of he meet-
Association all exhibits will
ubje2 to tlii
tvineTs and as
stated they can if the owners
select remain on permanent ex
bition in the capitol.
to w. u.
ery free at Biss Bros. Iprngstore.
B 1 Q
bteam was raised foif the first
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iXmic in the steam evaporating
t tanks at the Texas Sa
Qiursday and everythin
1 a 11 . . I
a cuarm. ah ine :arJKs steam
pipes eta. are in posi
the works will soon bd
out plenty of fine' salt.
cent explorers report that inner
Australia is no Sahnran wate and
that though uninhabited it can
support j large population. There
are grassy plains large lakes and
also traces of gold and probioue
stones. A north and south rail-
way is now being made through
the centir of Australia and doubt-
less with its completion the last
trace off the desert will vanish.
The iroiii horse is a wonderful die-
poller ojf illusions of that kind.
The trutjh is that there are vast
regions in America Aaia and Aus-
tralia which are barren from the
standpoint of primitive and ignor-
ant agriculture but which when
taken ilnto hand by the educated
farmer of the .present day with
his implements' develop into fer-
tile fields and pastures Ex.
I Upepmy.. &y
This is what yon ought to have
in fact you must have it to fully
enjoy life. Thousands are sear-
ching: for it daily and mourning
because they find it not. Thous-
ands upon thousands of dollars
are spent annually by our people
in the hope that they may obtain
this boon And yet it may ?e had
by all. We guarantee that Btee-
tric Bitters if used according to
directions and the use persisted in
will bring yon Good Digestion- and
oust the Demon Dyspepsia &d in-
stall instead Upepsia. We re cow -mend
Electric Bitters for Dyspep-
sia and all diseases of the I4ver
Stomach and Kidneys. $Qlt at
50c and $1.00 per bottle ait ; Bass
Bro.'s dragst. ; ' -
Colorado for the wealth of silver
she is constant!' digging from her
mountains. In the winter when
old boreas is blowing his chilling
blasts let the Coloradoan come
down to Texas and enjoy a climate
that is as near perfection as pos-
sible to be attained in snob mat-
ters while in the summer time
when throughout the broad land
old Sol is shining with a ven
geance let the Texan flee to thei
mountains of Colorado where it a
desire 90 prompts him he can
wade around in the snow. What
will be the result of these inter-
visits aside from the direct pleas- j
nre gained f Why each will be-j Northwest Texas is alt right
come acquainted with the other j The railway builders will bel hjard
The Texau will learn of the greafe-1 in thte land and this year shauVjtee
ness of Colorado and the Colors-1 a grflt forward movement of tha
doan will find in Tcxasi more tiortWes-U The mn with fche$io6
things than his philosophy e?er is abroad and the locomotive eotn-
dreaaied of while the final resalt tug after ftim will drive om pas-
will be o.f the .utmost and most) tntre !rings and lease law together
lasting benefit to both Gamte. .
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Lowry, James A. The Taylor County News. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 49, Ed. 1 Friday, February 7, 1890, newspaper, February 7, 1890; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth330012/m1/1/: accessed October 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.