The Taylor County News. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 49, Ed. 1 Friday, February 7, 1890 Page: 4 of 8
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TIE TAYL9I COUMTT MEWS.
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ABILENE TEX.AS FEB. 7 18B0.
One copy one year. -----One
copy six month. - - - -
AD ViRTISrXG BATES
lew than - tweire inches in
I.im m.1i Mtt Wa Bm a .Wa .b - - ----- -
porlnelieriiMtoth. and double-column meaenre
kind far mt the rata of SO eratm '
d the lenxth ofttne the ndTCTtiwrnent U .even iu-iih.i lie in ncc Kim u - "" -j v...-
SuwuTbev1 bis brotlf ers iu it as they used to ! Plates tb every citizen and prop-
orTis7Mid over to run not ! clb itJ 0tierg related their ex- ert.v owner will take stock in the
to ran. Local
line each week
Ail now to this onto mar bo aent In rtfttml
letter or by money order
Stanwa will lie lak-n
ia email eoma. Addxraa the Publisher
Jame A. Lowbt Abilene. Tt'xas
We? a.fa authorized to almouRca Ed. S.
iiuhe$ as a rrndidate for tb ottk-- tf
'ity Treafiiirer at th enujiti? olti
The population oi Taylor fouutv
has increased at least ."( per rent
in the past year.
.roor iay wni ne a iioiinay ani
every one nhoulti observe it.
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l'lant trees and shruhl-ery.
The school grounds are
to be made ready for the cl.
to plant trees and shrubbery on
Jefferson Davis .musteret
nam liincoin into toe serv
the United States in the
Hawk war in 1S31
It is a "ground hog ease.
ilene must have an artesiail
This is the sentiment of the
people ' and there need
doubting Tiiomas' in the
Luc two most prominent
latfs for I.ieutcnant-gd
H'eius to bi- Hon. W. L. Me
ey. Of Hood County and (
Pendleton of -J1J CoiintJ
it takes fearless courage
itable enerv and untiling
verenec to accomplish and g
cnterinitNC. Tlie artvsiau wHld
iniriCc ha '(e ail ofthese okiahtles
and there can be nothing v
success in this great undeQtak n
Selfishness has never an
.'isust get its hold iu ourcit
Uc enterprises must be
tbiUugh lv the aid of th
people il takes such a s
su4u au etlort on the urt
people to make a great citv
The residence of Secret:
a member of president
son's cabinet was destro
li:v in Washington Citf
Monday rnorninjj. Secret;
ey was uan;erousl inju
the smoke and dames and
and daughter lost their liv
Everv one should in vestiiccoul
in" to his means in the artesi
well. The shares of stock
as low as ten dollars that ther
may be no one who can not tak
at least one sjiare. Busine
and propel towyuer should inve
The artesian well
gave much thought to plat
which to raise the mouev
artesian well. The peopli
town say that no other pla
'have beeu suggested that
have beeu as fair to those
their money into the enter
the piau adopted b the commit
X( new plan can heat iur suc
cess. Abilene aud the
iountry have grown and
ed iu the past because oft
edNflort of the whole people and
no impro enient on this plau can
he made for Ihe luture.
Ail the distributing maijiK emu-
nate irom the stauu pipe
The stand nine too. is jlocated
ther- and there is no other place
thjit could have been seletted by
the committee lor the artesian
;-rVn .vi'hange offers this popular
r tne pii'aiiing
le drops of qiiin-
inc. little drink
s of re. make ia
grippe that s goi
and liy. This
.ay quickly help
you if vouII onjly try.
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forget the quiniiJ
e win n vnu take
Hi iBtiot . exHrtdiiiat all the
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trer ti Inn led tttls ear in
Alulrue v.ill he .lnt.il eu urm.r
dav. lint we ra ht to so observe
the dav ua to awlaken au interest
in tree planting and create in the
rninds of the ytmng; a
well othei thau this t halt would t ' nigm-M iiumi .hiuuu mi- .... t : :a!e cheap for cash or on long jmie:
. r ' t opolis HI. Jan. L'Cth. of pueutno- mi therefore the best and chenn-iof Drugs Medicines etc: audi Ml acres II. It. ARles survey SI0S0.
have beeji satisfactory tothepeo- . . . . t anutauuuu LiWUlftl .muiiwiii i wu n B r.kl survev at
i.Ie The neatest ood to the lla- 1 ''l was the claujrhter csf tiistrftHitin point andfartliei wi" le glaa to retain all the for-1 533.? fjreV " rMW
l " ' . . . !" ol ur old friend Ben O. Jones of hec-mse rhe stand-nine and diatrib-! '" patrons and make as many! Wo acres school iaad. survey No. 80
greatest number is tin principle .1 .. Tu mi.uiwtneoiiim pipe aimuiauiu 1 J ! at S4.00 per acre. T
:.. 1.1 ...... ......;. .n ....m.. -Mropidia I'll. nting mains arc already located ; new lriends as possible. We ban-1 This land all liS iii Taylor oounty.
1 ii.u Olivia's v iia4i v 1 v a . caiti ivuuut 1
! At a Jwtiii ef the Arbor Day
committer a few days ago the (lis
j cuasion jatne up about trees aud
each mart spoke about the trees er 0 ioiiene and the Abi-
at his old homer One mid .the I lene Country;
broad spreading live-oak that
: stood in his fathers yard was to
him. one of the ereateat obiectsof
! nature. lAnother said that the
' ereat elni that Shadowed illi pa-
rental hdiue was so accurately im -
hia memory that
: even to-dhtv he saw the tree and all
porieued and there was not a man
upon whose memory some dear : son8 t0 $" yur attention to the
old tree had not left its stamp and '. niaiu features of the plan agreed
around which clustered the reeo-1 P0u by lis which has been unan-
lectiona; 'of the bygone days of bap-; imwialy adopted by the progres-
py chihjhood. Is it noi worth our jsive eoimjiittce and approved by
while to plant trees that our child- tw0 dtF cbuiicil
ren too may have these fondrec-j NVe hap suggested the fon
olectioii? ! t'011 tt ijoint stock company io
No enterprise that could be iu -
augurated. even with several times
as miiqh money as the artesian well
require a would do as much forjujene o jav" ..'. or SKUn
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Abilene as tins weir u lien tiie
lit'teem thousand dollars stock has
H v iiiiu Lilt. HJ) UUjllJg iiVTIllIVI.
been Subscribed the property of m0ney nor the means of raising it
every (stockholder will be increas-j f0r tiis purpose there is thero-
edmojre than the amount of liisjfore? 110 ayjto secure the well ex-stjM-k
and when the first install- !eept by the bnterprise of our citi-
meiitof L. per cent is pnid in sseiifi nud lAroperty-owners. As
each jnan's property will be bene-; the whole pe 3le will be benefit-
many times the amount of
editors are sometimes
accused of being lacking iu feel-
iues of LTatitude. but one has
been found who is an exception to
the rule. He says: "With fat
e.iwri selling at the enormous price
of 1 -li to 2 ceutsa'nonnd. trrose.
and beefsteak only brinjrs 12 1-2
A. ' t 1
to l."i cents a pound our butchers
e.-tut iift'ord to sidvertise. . lint.
thank (iod. liver is still on the
iVf.f. Hst 1 uA..ifraMKI.iaitlin
v.s. ..litiir will liv -..ul t1 -
moral and intelligenee "of the com -
miiiiiu will l.e carefully guarded
l!he ns this da; out daily livei'
Au old a:m comrade sent Gen.
ISeniirvgard S for a ticket in the
lotteiy and asked the general to
semi Iiimi one tiiai w.uuu win.
(Jen. r.eaureuard' lei.lied: "My
4ear cnmratlc 1 send you a ticket
hope you will draw a prize and
otter ou this alice: f you
stick to the Louisiana Lottery as
elostt as you did to the Southern
a ContkMlen.cN ou v ill not have
eltljes enough to wad a shot-gun
II. A. MeEachin of the Anson
irfir;i has declared himself a
candidate for the oflice of bounty
j Judge i.f Jones county. We sliall
watch th- result with some decree ''
of interest. If he ":ets there Kli."' .
we shall have a Letter opiuion of s!ue the vlole of. the cash at one
the Vditorinl nrofessim than we!time-
have h-id heretofore. It is la com-.
iiiuii saving iu tin
world of news
paper men that "he is only lit for'
J idge W. M. Dickson who was;
killwl at the.accident on the In-:
elined Plane at Cincinnati last Oe-
tuber was a brother in-lay to Maj.igood ivntexHJorks system.
Parker of this place having mar-
ried his sister. lit
was a law er
of considerable note
The rditor of the Big Springs
Pakfagraph must have had a bad
nis of ia eriniie last week. It
oeeasinnalh tackles a couutrv cdi-
tor and when it does hit hiai it
curls him up as easily as a jack-
knife with no mainspiiiig to it.
It is hardly possible to overes-
im.uu i .....v.i.iiMt- ui iui
day. (neater remits hang ou it
ia. .Vdk t liii ltt i.otit.n 1.1 aI a. .! fcB.B a. . .
1 hau is generally supposed. Every
kne should do his pat both in
e city and m the country.
"High Toned lb-own a printer
ind newspaper man pretty gener-
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ally known all over Texas died un
Colorado last week
Dora R wife of M. F. Beaumont
f II illsboro Texas died at the
The Odd Fellows of Texas built
aii orphan home at Corsi.na and
iniw want to sell it because there'
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art no applications for member-
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aiiil.. incite government h'so .
Hoyearsjagobnilt aud equipped
Arubti v oarliitti avlai nta an mr
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W!icli nroves to conclnsivolv that
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Artesian Well Matters.
!To the citizens and property-hold-
Abilene TexaB Feb. 6 1390.
i Inasniubli as the artesian welt
i1 Pc enterprise that will di
rectly benefit every citizen and
property-owner of Abilene and the
j Abilene country; aud because the
only plan that conld be adopted
i raisme the money content-
enterprise we wish for these rea
.Decomposed of the citizens and
; property-owners of Abilene and
the Abilene eonntrv." Reeanse if
i & beyond the nower of the citv of
. honds for the purpose of sinking
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tedf it is buftr proper and right that
every ettir.en and property owner
i &1oakl hvH in the artesian well.
j e have thought it best to di-
vlc the stock iutb shares of ten
j ""ar8 each
! the est reae
' tnke. at loa6t
: But il wiH b6
hat it may be within
i ofevcry citizen to
one share of stock
necessary in order
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t0 liuse tl!e 00 lai for
; lmn' rour
citizens to take a
n amber of shares.
We have sun:
jested that the sub-
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"B tU IHU SiUCK 1HJ III IU
t..u.....n .. r..ii...-. o.r .
;oiicMta. us iu.ioa; -o Vki
i"m' u" luv iU ui .uiucn ami
thereafter in installments of 25 per
ce after having had ten days
notice that such installment is
needed. This will enable us to
makr a roiilraet on a cash basis
with -the well contractor and tliere -
l kmvi mimh in thr njt md sit
tUni hzum tini tlie niiYnm'iits will
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be made by tho stock subscribers
h 8ma nmounts only as we need
; the money to make the payments
We believe! this plan to be the
proper one iiuore especially as our
peojde are to furnish the money.'
it would be impolitic to collect tho
whole amount nt once and besides
to collect aJl the .money at once!
; ould prevent many of our citizens
from tnkiiigtlio amount of stock
they would jo ther wise like to have
in the wel
oc tlirtv (niilil lint
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e naveisuggcsica io me. cuy : compairy nave met wun great! a'" wagon- scaies tenius omce mrm-
nncil tlwitthc city of A uilone! success! in the Gulf and Eastern i tlire iron snftN sttionery and ever-
nke a conditional lease or sale
lottne present waierwoiKs piani
to tho joint ! stock company. A e
made; the suggestion because of j
the inabilitl of tho city to make!
ti imt.rmfi inonfs needful for n
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instance of he hardships caused
uv tik ii.si it. ineoninhao Rvstnin
1 . .
orwaterwqjiM:s we neeu only reier
yo to thoee
of of our citizens who ;
live off of t
le streets where the
citv mains at
elnid and who in or
i water are iorced to
UI' tie la"
s at their own ex-
PtM.se while there are others living
s11'1'11 wp. .-v iv
eluded on ac
bouhi or tne expense j
from having water at all and yetj
tuese cltizeiia must pay ine regu-
iHr WHter tas. Then too it is
proper that the city should turn ;
llsl. XVaterwor cs over to her eiti.-!
ffin .. viiliiifr to auend
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their mwuey In securing an ample
supply of waTJerthat can be used
f..t l.il.ncli UtM-t.nCfic Mift- sUlHi.
r uuuicawu piupuui:. n.u au.-
cient tor irngiuion etc.
We favored the stand-pipe hill
.iS thr nrnin-r nlaec for tho loea-!
tioii of tne well because it is the;
i....n iiJn H'-iititi enrn iiio haw i
J- f . a; ...tnpii . 1
In conclusto; we will sav that
onr eirortihsb?eu toadont anlan
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0f Abilene as :i whole and at the 1
s:tniotimcibtirt) afl those citizens'
ami nrojisriiv utirib iuvwi!"'u . . fc..wkw.0..v .r.
their mowy in fecuring tho well. ! tent druggists and all prescrip-
. it e tllb:Ano .:.. 1 . ...i '
e ueiiovo inaiiue venture wju ;"' uo " w w .
....i.. co.5efoi.tnrr 4JiiroiiiiiLlv fiHflil. Wft nre closine-i
i the whole1 people of the city ofjot our old stock of wall paper; j
u.c ciuiiriiwn 0..4w.w.j i
at i 1
Abilene mid of tihe Abilene conn-;
try aud richly remunerative to all
those who will invest in the stock
of the artesian Wjcll company. We
have apportioned the work of so-
Hciting stock among the different
members of onr committee and
we shall make an effort to seo
every man and property-owner in
Abilene in reference to taking
stock but inasmuch as it is im-
portant that the boring of the well
be commenced very soon we
would ask those of our citizens?
that we do not see within the next
two weeks to call at the Tafxob
County News or the Abilene
Reporter office aud subscribe for
the number of shares of stock in j
the artesian well that they want j
Respectfully submitted.' j
Artesian Well Cosimittee. j
Was It Murder? !
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Matsoncame
here a few days ago from Cisco
and Mr. Matson was to have takeu
work iu Porter's harness shop
but so far has not done so. They
jyero rooming and boarding at the
Kitchen. On Tuesday
!nut th ate tneil 8UPPers antl
retired to their roonu- Soon after j
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a disturbance was heard and Mr. i
AliidroK'fi nntl nf.liprs li;ifiiefl tn (
tlie room thinking that some sort
of( violence was being used. They
wre horror struck to find the
wife stretched upon the 'bed life-
less. All sorts of rumors were
current but in the interest of jus-
tice wo do not think it advisable
to bavo them enter into print just
yetj. The suspicious circumstances-
under which the lady died ren-
dered it necessary that an inquest
be jheld and Esquire Mpntcr was
once summoned physicians
were called in and au examination
mare and later on an autopsy
was made the result of which has
noJyet been made public The
Jjnqcest was adjourned until to-
I day. Her relatives at Fort Worth
telegraphed for and her
brother-in-law arrived yesterday
Thb remains were buried in the
citv eeineterv Yesterday evenins-.
Pending the inyestigations the
"!- v mf a t-
husband was locked un jh tho iail.
Matsbn claims that his wife wasSam i-ff assistant i
subjejet to fainting tits or some
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sort tif heart disease and that she!
r..n .i. : - ji.i. .. m .. !
th0 tifue of her death. Tho true'
! fm.fc ; tlm wun . rti.ii. uA'
brouaht out by the most searching!
Secure Seals Early
the opehiug of the New
Club Rooms Thursday Feb. 13th.
j The S
ut to New York TheaterCo.
- will co nmence a three-nights en-
tainment on Lho occasion. The
uivestiigatiou aud probably ll0ti"'Yfr -i r
then. WelearnthatMatsoiiisto o'clock p. m. at the residence of
w. .BiiniWi'iTnflli.r ! bride's parents m Abilene
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j grandest of all historical playsjiong and Itappy together 'is the
"A Cel ;brated Case or the SoldierJ
of Fontenoy".has been solected
t Inr tlm niiniiiiiirnlnv 'ftm iinm'nn
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jny carrV all their own special seen
!er bj lul and orchestra. The
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states $iuce their last visit here
This company are great favorites
d. we bespeak for thoui a
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: nis tin
igh broken lie had charge
D. F. White's team and
; they bee
line frightened and were
make a dash when he
sprang 1 3
. ". r
tho reins which
been dropped upon the ground.
Just as h
3 did so one of the horses :
im as above stated. This !
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near Harris' drug 6tore
Church and Wallace
! were immediately called in to at-
teI( hi i Tuey t U0 brok f
It11.A . f. ..: .ow!nf tn .
vnitft. I eMntw. Unwtn '.!:'
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ins nareius live in xovan. nut nei
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attending school here I
tig wiutr and staging at CuptJ"1? c'
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To tiie Public.
The undersigned have recently!
die onlv the uurest and best iroods !
aud w!. oaBe-voii-io nrices. We 1
are solo agents for CoiVs paints !
"d liae a lull stock otpamtsi
- vl.1;tia icc otf. 'fv.iaia-
oils alulblle8 gia&s. etc rtiiB is
the seaSou to use pwirfedoffW-i
fsou to best advanta-e and we wMll
sell you the best to be had. Thl
1 . .
prescription uepartment is pre-
. . . . thnpnn(rhIv rtninllp i
r- - 0
about Ihe 20th mst. will nave j
a large stock of new papers em
bracing the fiueBtand latest styles.
Woed & Alexander.
1W1 5- .1 - y-4a. JB a.lnW 1 bmih
fcTJ Tr &Hh Asa "Hs E3
ci fi ti n ri f-i cs. K. sa
jMrm.m.Ky9 v-. jxa.
--the cheapest in West Texas at
J. W. Red & Co's.
Hook and Ladder.
The members of the company
named below are appointed ofii
cers of the. company and they will
be obeyed and respected accord-
ingly: J. A. Pratt foreman.
Gus Ackermnns lst.assJt. forc-
man. K. G. Hall 2nd ass't. foreman.
Claude Buck secretary.
Bi' order of
J. J. Clinton
Chief A. F. D.
T. A; JSledsok Secretary.
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Election of Officers.
At a meeting of the Baptist La-
dies Aid Society held at the resi-
dence of Mrs. A. M. Robertson
j Wednesday January 29th the fol-
a towing oiueers were ciuct. ioNere
1 fr tho ensuing six months: Mrs.
i - A- l carce president ; airs. a.
M. Robertson vice-president;
' rrs- K- K- Legett secretary ; Mrs.
. . a-rk.
Mrs- wu louiift treaaurer. me
1exT' reeling win ue neiu on
WnitnnRiTnv. Pihrnnrv TMi. nt tlift
residence of Mrs. Will Young.
Married Owsley Sanders
Sanders were united in marriage
by W. F. Adair. After the cere-
mony all were invited into the
dining room to partake of a fine
supper which had been prepared
in good taste. It was an enjoy-
able occasion to all tho guests.
May Mr. and Mrs. Owsley live
earnest wish of a large number of
i -jr a.-m
Pioneer Mills Co. nropertv embracing
the entire plnnt including railroad track
.-l .. a. nt. r.
thing movable and Immovable apper-
tninlnrr tn tliA rnnninrr niirt wnrklntrnf
the mill as now in f 11 operation and
manufacturing 12. barrels of flour per
day. This proptrty is eligibly situated
' on l.ytie urcek noout tureu-iourciis or a
jroitaeaatof town and is paying a hand-
euuic iiiuiu uii iti vcsbuicui iiiu uniici
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1UJIIIIK UlllCl IA1C iillCICIl! 1CIIUI1IIIK
hi8 attention will sell for $20000 one-
fourth casli balance on time to suit or
will exchange for country lands or city
property. Apply to
CYkkik Stitii & Ubndrmon
gent yuene. le
Strayi'd or Stolen.
One dark iron gray horse about 15
hands high. 7 years old harness marked.
$r' reward wn HTid rLh y-
I-UNT. KXAl'l A CO.
Lost one heifer 13 years old branded
p on loit side top f right ear cat oft'
color red and white with red and white
lface - A reward of S2.00 will ba paid for
.h0ril0lVery' . .CB 1 MK88'
' Rnoix 7okso-.
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r linvp fnnsHnted to organize a class in
bookkeeping. Those desiring to take
the course will please call at iiigii
room in new school omitting
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Terms time of meeting and amount of
work will then be made known.
. a. Uavxs in High School.
Iinnd For Sale CJacup.
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3ands wlu be dTiT t0 '
For particuiars write to
IX EUawiSa owner.
Concord Jackson Co. Mich.
! New York Early Rose Early j
? Onnrfrieii. PeorleaRinud Bill banks I
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ttiMt Siflj B .?e
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oi(vtaui.iaii.v' inw .
lied the best knowki varieties
s a:rnw :t.'i.5iri
tho most reliaMc growers.
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We have almost anything you
need in this Hue audj are prepnnd
to sell in hige bis I fo merchants
las well as iUrnuist See us for
UOBKKTS & MACrvEOHNE-X
.. Y7-A.T..nnl.. T?A1. Kfl. r . in
the latest styles out.
--of all kinds and sizes
Letters TeoataiBganealiatl ferln tbt paatejVce
at Abilene. Texas Saturday Feb 1st ISftJ
Chllcle B R
Jonas. Y R
Moore. SI U
S!ed3r H E
Smith W m
Mtes Lulu Lundun.
i I'ereons calling for tka abovlstt wlU
! plena say "atlverttewl" and give date ef ad-
I rer Using.
i Mr M. W MORROW. P. M.
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T R E A T S
i if Both Sexes
Diseases of Women and Children
Rupture Piles Fistula Tumors
Scrofula Kidney and Bladder
Diseases Rheumatism Sciatica
Dropsy. Nervous Diseases Epith-
elioma (Cancer) Varicose or En-
larged Veins . Heart and Lung Af-
fections Asthma Chronic Sores
or Ulcers. Deformities Corrected
Dyspepsia Sterility Tape Worm
removed in 00 minutes. Wo invite
tho most scrutinizing investigation
of our claims and recommend our
treatment earnestly honestly and
candidly; knowing whereof we
affirm the best known treatment to
the Profession. We endeavor to
keep "Abreast of tho Times.?'
We invite consultation free of
Rooms over Harris BrCs Drug Store.
Stallions for Sale.
I have eighteen good
Norman slid Clydesdale Stal-
I lions for sale. These rangre
from five-eighths to full
blood and all in good condi-
tion. Besides these I have
17 head of Texas raised and
acclimated Stallions of high
blood of same mialitw and!
300 heaA half-blood stallious i
marCS and gelding. Address
LtEO A. 1 ILLOX 1
Albany Texas. i
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Trade Mark furray's specific i
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A guaraatetHi care r all aerresa AJTD
dSaeasea BBcliaaweak BMJaery ! --. - r .
low or brain power. hyaia I &3& jOg J g m
aeadacae pain la the back but- . . . .TTT .7
voaa pieatravioB watefaiaesa ' Vendors IJen Xafre Bought and Sx-
lBcorrhooa nalTereal laaaltwle UwuJed. Zfo'delav in maklHg Ioaui.
general k ef ffewer or the geaer-
StfjrsTkJa. edby iBdlantUoBRr ovefr-axcr-
Uon aad whtoh alumately leal to praraatafeeld
aia. lasaaltf aal ceaaaBtpUea. 91.60 afeexorl
efx Wiea for as W Sent by. saaU Trade 3f ark
atir nmna tnminpiiB&x 4ai.
ob receipt m vnee. xnu parMcn- -e. i
Ian in p&mpnie seat rrca to an eCMk. 1
WX QUAEAHT2S SIX BOXES
to care aay enee. For erery $5.
onler rocemd tre tend stx boxes
with a CTittea gaazaatee to Tefaad
Utenettry tfeareetfedoes not
Bkatieaa to tlie sate aaafcerfs $&tc lailagj
TII MUSXAY 3CE0IQIKS Q.
Kaaaas dty. M.
Soldia AbHeaa by all dxagaista; Meyer Pros.
Dru? Co. heiecakazeata Dalls Tesaa.
SL. Tf. jt
ESTABLISHKD IN 1S7S.
B. B. eOELEY
Ottlce in LapoH-ski Building Koom 2.
Cas lia feand at 0ffiEierial Hotel after sSs
Would be pleas&d to have a talk with
you while in the Abilene Owntry. It
might be of interest to yon. l'lyt
been a resident of this county and angs-
ged in the Land Businesa hare' for tlk
last eleven years. -
j. G. MARTIN J
BLACKSMITH & W00DW0RKEK.
Prompt attention given to all work en-
trusted to me.
South of9 B. Bella Wagon Yard
South Side Abilene - - - Texas.
: L&THRGP & imiBl
: Contract oys 1 Builders
ABILENE . - - - TEXAS.
Will furnish plans and eeUmatea fr werx
take contracts Tor baikHnglt sad do any stop
work that may be intraateq So them. Satisfac-
tion gaarraRteed. Shop corner Sestli Sad aad
Oak street. Atldnvw Aatkae. Taxaa.
(Office in Flonruoy Building) '
Abilene ' Texas.
. We have a large and select 1st
of lands and town lots and will
give special attention to sGitgg
those who wish to buy seH or
rent. Correspondence solicited.
Death to Prairie Dogs
We have been engaged in the
Extermination of Prairie Dogs for
tho last three years and have
given perfect satisfaction in every
instance. Terms reasonable and
contracts solicited. Work guaran-
teed . . Wo visit ranches personal-
PAYNE & JEMISON.
Ileal quarters at Fulwiler Eros. Abilene
References Ed.-Harris T E. Lloyd
G.W Wells Frank Foster MVW .Shelley
A. D. .MeMniry Steve WOkerson Mer
rick Broai and Ben F. .T.ones.
Y. A. 3I1XTEK. President.
Otto W. Steffkns Treasurer.
Geo. W. Hatch Secretary.
Lotins Money to members at six per
cent interest paid monthly. This asso-
ciation offers good advantages to mem-
bers to borrow money to build or im-
prove homes on the niottthly install-
ment plan. All persons desiring to be-
come members can purchase stock oa
the payment of $1.00 down-and fifty
cents per month per share. Stock for
sale and all information cheerfully far-
Geo. W. Hatch Secretary.
Ofliee in Flournoy Building.
W. B. Joint son
'Palnlei's Paper Hanger
Gjreea Frnr. Soaih First Street
IVuluo all work In his line neatfe.
g? Ig&SSSAS SSS
time.. Patronage respectmlly soHcltad
THEOL nUTCK Pxe. Wm. TORREY 8tc?$.
i t .; : ; 1 jK n''j .!'?;'. v v
Kfesjttiner of Lands in offiea Mamy
rustt v iM-oB as loans tre pproveI.
vTENERAJi JOB VEPKa?TBB
t Shop ou Oak Street. Abilene.
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fiem career "irtrur5; t.: Us raWd aykaljag
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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/m1/4/: accessed July 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.