The Taylor County News. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 49, Ed. 1 Friday, February 7, 1890 Page: 6 of 8
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JAMBS A LOWKI
- Mrs. Mary E. Dickson of J Wilson Thurmond
uioomneiu iowh is visiting ner
brother Maj. R. H. Parker of this
nSCItoraad PnHUkr. "" ""
j It is next to impossible to
TEX!as j chronicle all-tie cageg of lit grippe.
i i It is ranch easier to give the
t : names of those who haven't it
than of those who have it.
truer is expected
ntucky m a few
home from Ki!
Cspt. Malt y is going right
serj enterprise. It is an excellent; bftvmg had a
thing: for this country and 'is back-! La grippi got Low don and
ed up b j pUuly of capital and ; used himseve rely.
with Cant MiJtbv's experience; r.i rw
i bottom two miles
northwest ot Abilene.
i a success.
Newsome.- of Anson came
down Monday on a business trip.
-Maj. is.. I. Beeves returned
Thursday of last week from his
visit to South Carolina and reports
irtTA to nnAiiinn' nn
a.)ld Af ArnritA U ie hnnnil A nrnro i ... . ' . P.. "
.. wVw.r...w ... . .... w v R arm ou
J. W. Hai
Dallas this week attending the
ipton has been at )r Rubo
this week froi
toui was in the city
a the Jim Xed coun-
Ai .fiU. . - -. .. - 1.
TnTiV . a u ' c trJ aud repor s that a number of
Ul VUU X'CIIU. 'ft
new iurms ua
u a preaching tour ing opened n
VV. L. Gibbs ras tackled by la winter.
j e been and are be-
ou Jim Xed this
grippe and lai
We are stlrrv to
1 up for several
Capt. Whe returned from a
trip to northw
friend Suuday night
used up by hi portion of Jones connty settling j this weelf.
grippe. Its be ng fa'shiouibleand up rapidly jy
.. ixifii ''" .munis mm o it i -.
1I . 1... .. ... . vvw
HII UC HUH UU t("h-
kill remember It as
with feelings of
peet for it aiid
long as he liv
well and favorably known
here are coming this wav and will
shortly be with us again frtb-abiicf
period. Wp bespeak for them a
hearty reccptk n.
Henry Say I eg got mowd into
his he house list iu time to have
an attack of la giippeUherK
A. M. Ro
is ai.so uupro
A good r
commissioner of Jones county.
was in Abilene this week driving
an extremely fine three-yjear-old
mare. She is as trim as & deer
and is said to bo a fine trotter.
She is a cross of the Morgan and
Gypsey stock o horses and if she
is well trained and is ever allowed
to enter the tui f she will make a
record for herself. Mr. Thnrmond
is an extensive breeder of fine
horses and knaws how to bring
them to their best.
M. P. Karnaugh bite of
; Hillsboro is heije for the purpose
ot taking cuarge ot the -work m
Miller Brother's photograph gal
lery. He has the reputation of
being a fine artist.
"Woof en lias had some addi-
tions and improvements niado at
his wagoi yard and has badevery-
thing nea :ly painted.
'R. W. Miller has taken a con-
tract to build a rcsidenco house
?steru Jours county
aud reports that
new house this week.
T. Lqe Odom was iu Abilene
used him prettjv badly ami he was
laid up most oj'thi week.:
pells goods ji
were no such lliing at la grippe iu
It is gettii
aud a good rai
Usually a' to
mouth and we)
ting rain soon
hue good ami
ertson's I. grippe
uiii xaxmers. Dr L A. Grizznrd returned
: is building a line ! last Friday from Xew York.
residence soutm of the college audi n .r t- . . .
Ling his 1476 acre! .. r. iiuuiriiaa piiiuicii
i of Tebo. i Bmuc " uo Miuuuu uio jiujiuti.).
fueiug cinu is to be ; 7 . ' . t?u-"1 u? uwu
soon n$ la grippe quite in yiis wee k.
U W; L. Jones moved down
tin in the net ten ! from Joes couut.y this-week aud
r- f - - "- i. -;.. -
days will be acceptable to farmers ls occupying tiro istcs nousc oast
who have oats to sow. . of the mill.
Doii't fail to have your ground j Har
and trees readv to nlaut on fhejceiveda
"ml riini- Dtiv ' d meafi. Give them a trial on Hour
Land huutjers are still abroad . M&lVomesius and Hancock
in the huul and sales are being have im
! Walter Jones was back this
week on a visit.
. Born to Mr. rtnd Mrs. L. P.
Smith Thursday of last week a
Miss Virgie Hall haB a severe
attack of la grippe.
Bruce Avant (colored) died
Maj. R. H. Parker has just
bought a fine new double seated
S. L. Robertson was in the
There is talk of another blacksmith-shop
Cort Donuellhas had a. picket
fence built around his property
' Mrs. Bullard is haviug a room
added to her house near Adair's.
The Ladies Aid Society of the
Presbyterian church will meet at
Mrs. Kauffmnu's on the lkh instant.
Oougseus Liver Pills are the
best at Harris Bros.
Money to Loan al Lowest
Bates by Geo. W. Hatch & Co.
Yon. can give White's Cream
Vermifuge to children with little
trouble and it is the greatest
Worm killer on earth. ForsaleJ
by Harris Bros.
rt Hiilger moved into his J S. 2. Long and family late of
iuioouiivuic -j uu fuuuieu in
irider & Co. have just re
cur loud of Kansas flour
iMiutcr has been verv
ni tuis wet
-The many Ifriends of Mr. aud
Mi. G. M. Woolen will be pained
uii'ttv dry to learn of the death of their in-
g to b'
i just nw would be
can cunt ! on
s called T the ap-
ug lue oneiimg t
consilium nts oi'
The liavie Ku.e
can suit i e tatf
fa ut child at Marlii:.
J. i'. Alekauder and family Fret
moved to Abilene from Tennessee- Abilene
iims wi-k aim mm h'nuc iierc. PdHi
-We are sorry to learn that Dr. Kdwards
Trezcvaiit s still critically ill.
Happ ini!ecl. is the man.
woman or child who bins groce-
ries at llarkriuer S: Co's.
mg cut l
iroved the comfort and
' - .. .
convenic nco ot their meat market
by havii g more windows made.
S. BhlKnscr. will shortly build
a residebce. in the east part of
Olbe Wyhe was quite; i
iAAlr rfl? n A iifUrcA'a H1HUU11U
w vv. ttr- j. v. Aviiuvigua o
Butler of Anson was in
to Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
last week a girl.
B. F. Price has sold the busl.
ness of the Hancockjiouse to Mrs-
Massie late of Cisco.
There will be a called meeting
of the Masons Saturday night.
J. E. Wright has the contract
for building Newsome'siine house
near the Clear Fork bridge in
Attention is called to Dr. J.
M. Alexander's card in this issue
of theXEw8. He ib thoroughly ed-
ucated in his profession and comes
here highly recommended both as a
physician and gentleman.
W. H. Kelso is quite ill this
Northrup & Hornbuckle this
week sent an order for a first-class
flouring mill and they will put it
up on the South Side as soon as
Pure Honey in the comb.
m white clover for sale
by Harkrider & Co.
Landreth's Onion Sets are to
bo found at Bass Bros.
of the ino-t faHtidiou
-nsiingt was at
or two thii week.
Fine stationery to suit all at Hevck building.
!;;: jui'.-n. ;ui:.nu v.xituiiiic
For abstracts go to (hi
-Trv J. A.
an order for flour and oth
- rr sitstr
iV Ked at the (
The line's i
at .1. A. l!occ
shoes iu the ci
tastes of all.
ict i oinpai
;u.l ha at U.
ee on this; ou
el- corn.' oats bran
oc Red :t the Court house
& .. wit it II
lets JM) to
lor seed ev
Ilillticr h; ve
em oi ooois
y and can
r staple Cough S up
F e .fc
of Tar is the best
Try it. Harris
t 1W Hle.
of Tai Cough Syrup is
Try ij. Harris Bios.
435 dozen eggs at the Alliance
Store. AH fresh and guaranteed
Ileyck warehouse is be-! to have one yellow in -each dgg.
p into offices. j Call at once and get a supply while
k. . T " j they are cheap' 10c per dozen de-
Abilene Investment Co. I i;Ar
have mved their office to the'
it you wanta hrst-class smoke
. stej) into the Drugstore of Bass
Harkrider & Co. sell pure
Celluloid Starch for sale bydard.
Harkrider & Co. - . . ... rT .
. The new Methodist iTyinu acknowledgments rent houses and
Books ar iass Bros. j collect rents advertise property
-Spring Wheat for sale ! at .without charge render property
Iieasle feed store. j u'(1 l.v taxes.
Stith & Henderson
Mr.s Col. Odom was visiting at
Fort Cbadbourue this week.
;tpd lamps a! itoilins
. use Taylor's
.va:e n Harris i;ro.
i;:i.If n. -i and
ehamber etts cheap
received a lot of the celebrated
Alden Apple Vinegar warrsnted
strictly pure ; they also have the
white wme vinegar.
California Riverside Oranges
first of The season just received
at Roberts & Mackechney's.
For; indigestion constipation
or blood diseases Thurmond'a
Blood Syrup has no equal. For
sale by P. H. Carter.
Delicacies. Delicacies. For
table luxuries go to J. M.Radford.
He has the only complete stock
in the city.
Onion sets and fresh garden
seed of every kind at D. W. Wrii-
ten's. Be with the majority and. fur
uish your homes from Miller Bro.'s
& Tattle's Furniture House' and
China Hall corner Pine and 3Sorth
SEED POTATOES The nicest
out all varieties at the Alliance
Store. Come at once and make
your selection. Prices guaranteed
to suit. .
Having received a large lot of
the celebrated Colorado Coal I
offer it to the public at very low
figures. W. II. Edrington
Agent Colorado Fuel Co.
Parties wanting Groceries.and
Queenswnro should call on Rol-
lins & Son.
For abstracts go to Pickens
& Red at the Court house.
Money to Loan iuanyamouiit
at lowest rates by Geo. W. Hatch
In the lino of children's fdot-
wear Hickel & Hillgor .carry a
large stock aud can suit you with
anything from the tiny shoes for
the "wee tot" to the most durable
and stylish for the Masters and
NOTICE For fresh butter and
eggs go to J. M. Radford's; he is
Gns Ackermau makes a spe-
ialty of imported and Domestic!
Flint & Knapp have had the
t front of their store neatly painted.
Parties wishing to buy land
will consult their interests by
calling upon Currio Stith & Hen-
derson. Examine the Dwelling House
Policy of the Xow York under-
writers Agency the shortest and
most liberal policy ever issued.
Thcjinderwriters is one of the
oldest and best Insurance Compa-
nies in the country.
Geo. W. Hatch & Co.
Oar Cliolee' "ife ayerjiftr
Feoea Xews. ''-'"
Tirenty years ago the editor of
t&ia paper made the acquaintance
of Hon. Jamas 8 Hogg now Atr
torney-General of the great Stat
of Tgsms. He was quite a man at
that time struggling aad studying
J. A. Boyce & Co. have jnstlhard to make himself worthy of
Go to llarrcll & Will jams lor
abstracts. They own and operate
the Talor County Abstract
A full assortment o lamps
aud lanterns at Miller Bro.'s
The Taylor County Abstract
Co. have a complete set of ai
stracts of laud titles in; Taylor
county. Oftice on Pino Stiect. I
White wine ami pure apple!
vinegar at I). W. Wristcn'k
We have complete abstract
ot lands in Taylor county iud Jo:?.
iu the different towns.
rn . . .. . -it
1AM.CUIV. (tL.My AHSTK.U'I O..
Hakkkll & Williams.
i.Yad l"as B:o.'?. aii on first
page and !h ii c;!i on them.
Vendor's Lien Notes bought
or extended at lowest rates by
Geo. XV. Hatch & Co.
Just received by J. A. Boee
& Co.. a large lot of choice New
Orleans sugar aud molasses.
GROCFIHFS. -We have the
largest stock am) the closest
l-v.ini.- i.'.wti.p ciioKt ii ii r.! Currio
Street. Abilene has taken the;1'? the most eomp.ete map of
agencN lor the Celebrated Everet i lrBv.op connt-v overissued. Every
Upright Piano and has just placed j business man and every hind-
one oikcxliihitiou. He will sell on OKlier1 s'lould have one. They
easy term aud. will take 0i ie sold low. Call and get one.
wall Pianop and Organs in exchange as; Bread. Bread. Brcad Fresh j
part iNi.wueiit on new Pianos and j every bay at Jl. M. Radford's. i If yon want the
i iiauo. -i ii T T x iOiiuwik.3fl HKlf titi
! Kjiui cm uass nroa. io g
i;eei rocuers ami setteos at vour garden seeds.
Miller Bk o.'s 'initio's. :" 1f . ! A . . r
If you have land for sale put
When you pay cash for gro-: it in the. hands of Currie Stith &
eeries ivhy don't you go to D. ' Henderson : their facilities for
W. W listen's where $10.00 will i sellibg are first-class.
his profession. How vrell he has
succeeded every roato in Texas is
aware. He is indeed a self-made
man a handsome specimen of
what a man can! do for himself if
he has the Will to do. James S.
Hogg has always been known as
an honest energetic upright man
living strictly up to the Golden
Rule doing unto all m'eu as he
would have Ithem do unto liim.
He was quitj a young man when
elected district attorney for the
seventh judicial district of Texas
which position !he held for two
terms. In 1SSS he was elected! at-torney-gencral
cjn the Democratic
ticket by over duo hundred and
sixty thousaud ujajority which po-
sition he now ho Ids. As district
attorney of thej seventh judicial
district his record was the best
of uiy similar officer in the state
aud he has mudo the best attorney-
general Texas eVer had.
It is now an ejirnest desire of a
hostof his friends to make him
the next Govcrnjor of Texas. He
is eminently qualified tio fill the
position and wt hope when the
State Democratic Convention as-
shmblos that hj will receive the.
nomination for that high position
A Succesyfsilj Combination.
Rings pools trtiitd coinbinoS) monop-
olies call them wlpatyon will they are
fust Increasing throughout tho length
and breadth of this country. Legisla-
tors denounce them and newspapers at-
tack them but still! they seem to flourish.
It is gratifying bpwever to note that
there is at least one combination in this
country that meet with the approval of
the public especially of I farmers : It is
composed not ofhidivhhiala but of the
following quartet I of harrestins: ma
chines : Deerjng Hi&der Deering Light
Reapor DcerinGiant Slower and New
i ga "-3 & !-
1000.00 io be Given A Way.
The Orang C'0uty Farmer says:
tkAt the request of president Wood of
the New York State Society the editor
of the Farmer judged the exhibit of
vegetables under the charge of .fames
Viefc Seedsman of Rochester N. Y.
This firm oners t.oOin prizes for the
beet and second best of certain varie-
ties of the following six vegetables
grown from seed purchased of them:
Potatoes Tomatoes Cehry Cauliflow-
er Cabbage and Musk Melon. Almost
ever State in the Union whs represented
in the competition. The display was
marvelous and it was the most difficult
1- 2 $-
. '" - -3fe - .4' . i
Abilemi - -
buy minx' oods than ut any house
in Abilene .'
if viu need monej rail on Geo.
"vY. Hatch vv: Co.. over IJipowski's
task of the kind that he undertook
sweetest ; owing to the uniform excellence of the
i 0"VUIIIt.d Llltiv VV1 OIHI.IVUI.A1 rKoiiiUHUt il twurywtj illltill.ivu a
j uiu a v. uufcuot jKUl Uilii ill due XX- iuiisu ruchuvii b hu icniiuu ut itiu
iinnce btore aud buy some pt ; lair and reliected great credit on both
those new Louisiana Sugar Molafe- the originators ami competitors."
ses which they will sell you cheat)- This lirm oftVrs $1000.03 in cash this
jerthan the cheapest things that year to be competed for at the Illinois
' -ll T . .1 -. .. .
'iiicnp tjoun ever cueapeneu. j fstatorair. isvery person growing veg
Has for sale a large and selfeci
i ' - :.-.
list of lands and city property
among winch are the followiug
oil oice bargains:
No. 1. 610 acres 0 miles south-
east of Abilene well fenced plen-
ty of good water fine early mes-
quite grass and about 200 acres
of line farming land balance a lit
tie rough but fine grazing land.
Price $5 per acre on easy terms.
Ko. 2. 0M0 acres 10 miles south-
east of Abilene unimproved near
ly all tine farming land with good
water most of the time prica $i
per acre one-third cashy balance
one aud two years or to suit pur-
Ko. 3. 1-47 acres 4 miles notth-
east of Alerkel lasting water of
excellent quality hali: mile fro'm
scboolhouse and 14 miles from
Abilene .$G per acre one-sixth
cash balance on . twenty years'
time at six per ceut. interest.
Ko. 4. 470 acres 6 miles north-
cast of Merkel all first-claBS farm-
ing land good grass pjenty of
timber no better tract of lantf iu
the county $4.50 per acire one-
fourth cash balance on three years
Ko. 5. Southwest quarter of
section; 67 blind asylum laid3 1-2
miles south of 4-bilone alf fenced
with four wiresJ and cedar posts
12 feet apart 20 acres in cultiva-
tion box house of five rooms price
$1600 cash downl$600balaiice iu
Kc 6. 4S0 acres 16 miles south
east of Sweetwater 160 acres
fenced and in cultivation one
box house with two rooms
tip-stairs room one house
one room below and one
above good well with plenty of
the mirest water; the soil and
grass are as good. as can be found
in Wjest Texajs ; in a thickly set
tlejil neighborhood on the Sweet-
water and Valley creek road ; price
$7 per acre $2000 cash and bal-"
anee in eight years with six per
cent interest This is the best
bargain in the coputry.
Kol-7. 160 acres of extfra fine
bind on Sweetwater and Valley
creek road 18 miles south oi
Sweetwater unimproved at $4.o(
per ere !300 cash balance on
years time at 6 per cent interest
Ko. S. 320 acres 15 miles south-
east of Sweetwater with a very
fine spring which never fails.
iu the eitv.
Pigs Fectj Tongues and Tripe ;
'"fit for a gentleman's table" at;
t K-oberts & Aluk;kechuey's.
We must liave room and Fur-
niture must s6 regardless of cost.
-lf juu want to borrow on '. Try our prices. Flint Knapp &
hand t biw rate of interest on Co. at W. A. Flint;s old stand.
long or short time call on Currie
Stith & Henderson.
nv(l of TiialikK.
Flint. Kuapp& Co.. have rent pay tues tor nonresident in any
ed the Kollius room for an exten
niiHi of their business.
Mouev alwavs on hand at
lowest rates bv (eo. Y. ljlateh
A.ii 'titer room has been ad-
ded ! N. A. Taylor's resideru'e.
.1. M. Kadtord has fitted up
the ofiiee In his siure in a neater
Tho undersigned respectfully I
thanks the people of Abilene andj
the surrounding country for the!
liberal patronage bestowed ou hisj
H. A. Tillett Esq. has a com- j business during the past year and
about 120 acres of fine farming
i In'nil linlunnn irnnil nrrnitinr lnttil
etables should ?eml 10 cents for a copy . ' - nn- grft h nnA
r a i x. - vi v f v . vym v xBtt la
;of Yick's Floral Guide and learn the balanCu ou liip ver8 tiue ot sfa
j facts. It eosu nothing to try. j per conL iutovu This is a goot
pletc set of Abstract books and
give abstracts of title-on short
Potatoes. Potatoes. Potatoes.
For fiin'M sued potatoes go to J. : notice.
M. Kad folds. You get what you
"u Eollins & Sons.
Foi monev at easv rates of in- 1T:. n-J tt: i t.: .
iiiK" 1 1 ices. jxj"ii nicua.
-Pocket and table cutlery at
aud nunc convenient rtle.
. . . xai"jiki u;r. i i i ii a i n:i-;.ii it
Stith & Henderson terest :nl tor Ioug or short time -ft -. . t. . nA nt T r
. .....!.. :.. Clt. ff. ri ...... I ...... - iuu iii.OL' imin i. " ..
etiuntv in the .st.-.te. UintiH ex
amined divided and prepared
for Hale in small tiaets to suit the
s thej Grocer.
L Y. Butler
has just received
Have vou consulted I lr. liar- a w stock ot cups saucers fnrM1tllr; Hrm e
pham with regard to your ailments.' 1 and dishefe and a new line their mi t tress i
a'pjdy tv ( "urrie Stith & Henderson ; lr ...
n;..l .i v ii 1 1. .' ;. t.n mKif
reliable place fo guaranteed foot-;- es Kiii to licked & Hillgor
wear fhis has b?en proven to all ; f" lf J"0 fflovMittiusf and most
who bail tried hem. i f sl &s'. lh.e.v 1"lfV?JU8t T
t eeived a big invoice of the cele-
Flii t Knadp & Co. the new jbrntcd John Kelley's Ladies' hand
fiirnitnr? firm expects to enlarge sewed both welt aud sale
He is a specialist tti' rare s ull.
Go to Hickel cc Hiilger tor
line hand-sewed shoes t he only
place in the city where sucjh goo. In
can be found.
inr atarr i. lirtneiiuis
Ozena or Ca
ul' ever cmials ThurmoiuPs Lone
Star Dtooo! Svruir. For kile
I. II. Carter.
Currie. Stith & Henderson
will lend vou mouev with nterest
j Dr. Harpham is a specialist of
tare skill and extensive practice
and if vou have any ehrciuc ail
Patent Flour till
the dav at 1. V.
m tiu;ue. tcrnriop
the order of
A larire lot of thr celebrated and ran
lames Means Shoes has just been 4Abtlen
tarrhal Consumption; rrceivc-l by Hiclcel & Hiilger anc
use Thurmond Catarrh C'areand IM '" "lyuu WH" ftt uu
for au alterative tonic laxjative or OKIOK SETTS. More of them
SIood puritier for female troubles and for less than! any house iu the
or for diseases of rliildrefi noth- eitv at J. M. Radford's.
h lands aimvhere in the
p Count: y do their own
If in ned
Go to J. A. Iloyce & Co.'s for
full cream cheese..
SEED. We have the largest
line of garden seed ever brought
to Abilene. Ko old stock but all
fresh seed and true to uame.
J. M. Radford.
-A full supply of fresh ouiou
to assure them that a continuation :
of the same will be duly appreciat-;
ed. The business will be-enlarged!
; to meet any and all requirements
and will bo continued in the fu-l
ture under the style of J. A. Boyce
& Co. J. A. Boyce.
Horse Covers Lap Robes aud va-
rious other things.
FOR RENT OR SALE.
A house and lot good cistern
No. 9. 160 acres 16 miles south-
east of Sweetwater; extra fine
land and grass good well good
house of two rooms 60 acres
broke price $7 per acre &700 cash
balance on eighty ears time at six
No. 10. 320 acres fine soil and
grass in same neighborhood as
! the above unimproved at $3.75
( per acre $350 cash bnlancc on 9
j years time at 6 per cent interest.
1 Ko. 11. 160 acres near the
i above tract fine soil and grass
' 350 per acre; $12S cash balance
v iiiae yeas at six per cent interest.
Dr. LoMond the occulist will-
j No. 12. Several tracts of from
I.1G0 to 640 acres from ten to twen-
! tymtles south and southwest of
I Sweetwater good grazing land
PnilH. Sttltt . TTfMioVrsnii ! i .. t . .
gotiae loans on business city!nnfl ;. n ri(llljrflljA iftctin. A return to Abilene about March 1st. r TMapowaernTertan. AwiiiartiT. -th d f j d
propertHnAbiene and on farm ood blirlh Annlv to All affections of the Eye Ear i strstk aRU wtaOMH- 31re T"mia each tract with or without water.
1 -- v - ? - . . . . man ib omiMrv kimm. niMi cattmaz ik jmiiii - a . .
.v.v.'.B a.t.. .i 'ii...n... .....-vi o.irtrknr. i 1 ni uriniia ti?iitifr Trnin ts. r :
n competition with UiemalUtade of iow . L R and terillS to Sllit pur
ibort weit alam or nbosMiate nomders. Som .Knnv ci. D;-i- ....? ...
...B ."V. ... 4.l- ...! 41. .;lo oIam nt.rtet.nt Rlrn.t Ahilonn . . . ' 1 U.woa -muu o.a. a.m OCCu l'W
lptittme ana ciispatcn. "" l" wac uuu v gisaiwi iiv vuwv.. gUb u..vmM
of.mimey call and see Bloo(l Purifier on earth. Prepar-t -? 1-
i eu especially lor cnimren. ror- voaiuj- ahmcbhbivui.
I kjiIo liv FTnrria Tims
lors' Iron Cordial strength-! ; County Assessor Neili was in ' SLIT ' "&$& T
jLiiiirmouu s jauirrii uiire nas . . . . . - .raBi
cured thonsnnds- of those who!we i " weeh uu iuiuuubu
oaly in cans. KOYAL1JAKIKG rOWDERCO
ICC Wall St. Sow YorV.-
svstem restores lost ap
id promotes sound sleep. !
itft..alMaliI consult him at -Rets at J. A. Boyce & Go's.
For sale bv Harris ! ave suffered with catarrh fori the News that ho would be iuAbi
irs and you caii be cured if . lene the first Monday in March to L '.?r.
i will only get a bottle. Sold beKja ii8 a8St.B8In0!it of property .?.
P. H. Carter's. .... . inn ' ' 1 .t 1
nce. Consultations are
and can suit you at onceojJ:
l ... . S-ww
vour order without delays lie is
pared to clean and repair
on short notice. Call on
I free oi c;iaa&Lv:ire. Oueenswnre and Ta
ble Cutlery tit Rollins & Son's.
-Taylor's Iron Cordm restores Mttvfieia & nghes will open J "
Strength and promotes d.estion. H first;cIll Iueat nmrket next 0 S.1"
Harris Bros. sell it. ; week in nJ old postoffice building nfe
... . t..i :.t. i.J v- .... x- ti. ij;ot ci.nt n...t ;ni-;t. ""
-nintwwroi.......- un "- - ":u" " .1 FLOtTR. If vou want some
tures tor doc atriiur nuapjicc v.u. mc pumic; iv kc wcw mu. . - .
come at J. M. Radford s. lie has . "' e
the largest stock beat assortment Fiiuf. Knapp & Co. are offer
a ".ST J" mTUS .Sii ! nii will meet any One's prices
.. . . .T t s Ten .imoTi tiiiffflrd nnppnR.
.i ; thn iinrt rn risvs nuu Hie ooiuiu i !' " ir
Oar city olacksnutiiB pro- ;". ..i ware-and glassware call on I. W.
nounoe the Colorado coal superior w Ht u 4WV Butler ISouth side of railroad
to any Uiey have ever used. Price Taylor'4 Sure Cure is light- Ti.lie
' Is per tonT W. H. EdjukjJto ; ung on chiis and fever. For sale -For abstracts go to Pickens
p a . ninn Afti On. I Mr r.rri Rrnn . & Red it the Court house.
Bros. . .venrs ail(1
Ilonev of Tar for Cousrhs. i
Colds aiuf Hosrseness. For sale " . ; for the taxes of 1890. He wants
by Harijis Bros. When suffering with Sprains ieverv 0ne to take due uotico and
M rif . . . . I Uruises Kiienmatism or pains or
-Frank Foster Chestnut street kind use Qoussens' Liglitniug
Abilene is agent for tlsale of : Lilliment Wlich wiU give you in-
tne ceieoraipu imeago ooiiago!crtf vuf j?nj. CMi i1T. tTnrrTBt
. i . UV . .V..S... TJM. .11.. V WJ .... ..
lie keeps organs otiaanu Kros
be ready to render their property
promptly when called ou.
r -r l- 1. 1 M t. .
j air. Ji. i ivavanangu win suor-
!lv mnro In AliileiiP. TflT.. where
Thev are the best in the market photographer. Mr. Kavanaugh
Don't buy any other.
i has resided in Hillsboro several
cloae prices and prompt
is their motto.
Don't forget that Rollins &
o i r:..:r ..41 AnaAno
alivrr ;..- l...ii.c it. T?iirn tnrp as t ipv -'"" ! vVVV.w :c -
vin v i i ii f uni cvuitu .-- i- ---' .--
w t ' r ct
Why will you suffer from Piles
when Buckeye Pile Liutment is a
Currie Stith & Henderson
to J. M. will lend vou money m anv amount ! eu viable reputation as a hrst-class
and on rates to suit. i artist and an honorable seutleruan.
1 .------ w
iThe Reflector wishes him abund
positivn cure f For sale by Harris
Messrs. Flint & Knapp have
consolidated their furniture stocks
and will hold forth at Flint's ojd
stand on North Second Screet. '
wMyJxm. m &91
i i II hMW IM I
WVh. 'I V . m " -as B -H B lHI iHBk -bTw '
rT mtm t kTkwizvs wrjr?mmMMmtF mLA
'. . cghtistiiaIqsafrcItlMwb!a'artdaTfaitro-
k - - v m vssvtrn mw b iotiiim n tarw
uwwc w jo v wnaiiwh ant mj uuv u w
years and has here gained a mosti "nVakror
. .z .l)U BSSC.V uwp iwg Tin igvmB&srmrr i.. wvim.
lit a Wood or rerso lllw a peS- ForUicoQtol
i a la lunTsuec. ansa eauo.ncs Eaamsaj.ci
ant success in his new home.
China Hall at Miller Bto.?s&
Tuttle's Furniture house. Bvery-
thiug in china and glassware.
Goods delivered free.
.Ttat AaMeaey aHcMlr tfsgei irkli tasuio Savor.
iunMMe Bearer. Agretz carusuy sa aosree a m-
: -i d hajsor &t fitf ssd ezMbttio vkoe til
'!e are poszied to tea && Itte. laB&sUadCiey
r lighted trlth it fegfcreteg proposes. aadaafctabte
.:r. PRICE et tho TKTJK SEED frets
9. lOcta. per packet i 3 packets far 25 ets.
'.-or OMslecBe of 89 psf&i u InHfrfnwMa to &K
'-4 f tfee aoU: wbetber yea waat MrarertddFwSto
: .xjo VseUU. Tenxo Ftoats or Grmwrni Seat
w tTwy esse. Asazeo
: & fmiAumm yii
QUEi3fSf 2". IT.
awO interest on deferred pay-
ments. 2n o. 13. 640 acres near Trent
per acre half cashr balance to suit
No. 14. A farm of 800 acres
twoandahalf miles from Sweat-
water well improved abundance
i of stock water good (well and
! wind mill cistern all subdivided
and well feuced 80 acres) in cni.fi-
i vat ion about half of the farm is in
; the valley of Sweetwater and as
fine soil as ca.n be found anywhere
imce 8 ner acre half cash bal-
M" ': ...i:
2o. 15. 320 acres north half of
section 68 five miles 6outli of
Abilene 40 acres in cultivation
all fine land close tp schoolhonse
on county road brix. house witli
two rooms price $10 per acre on
2So. 10. 556 acres eight miles
southwest from Abilene all! very
fine valley land box boa se forty
(acres m cultivation tract ail
fenced price $0 per acromion easy
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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/m1/6/: accessed November 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.