The Taylor County News. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 50, Ed. 1 Friday, February 5, 1892 Page: 4 of 10
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HUGHES & Co.
Have For Sale
Cooley Brothers of Jones county scalped
1866 Prairie Dogs which they had killed with
$5.00 worth of Bass' Poison. . . Mr. Echols
of the same county scalped 227 which he had
killed with about one-half of a $l00bo-tle.
For sale by BASS BROS. Abilene Texas.
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TIE TAILOR GODHTT NEWS.
JAMKS A. unvin oltor and 1'itbIUIier
ABILKXK J i'..AS FEB. o 18U2
One copy one year ----.- &1..V).
One copy tix month. ----- 75.
DiijiUy advertisements br rejrular adertisers
V) rnu iirinch jht montfi. lransienlailer-
tlsiug will be charged lor at a rate additional to
lids conditioned on the length of time position
occupied etc Regular advertisers will bejriv-
i'o a discount on Fpace of a quarter of a page and
upward. All reading notices . rents per line
All dues to IhisoAlctt may be sDt in registered
etter or by money order. 'Stainpn will be taken
in sinnll aunts. Address the Iubiinher.
James A. Lowhy. Ab'len. Texas.
Taylor Conoty dam twice been awarded a prize
of $500.00 by the Texas State Fair for being the
beat agricultaral oanty in its district and In
181 It was a wanted the Banner as the best agri-
cultural county in 'he State by the State Fair
Train from the east arrives at 4: 10 and departs
at 4:30 p. m
Traln.from the west arrive at 10: 4; and de-
parts at 11 :02 a. m.
We are authorized to announce J. J.
Clinton as a candidate for re-election to
the office of City Marshal at the city
election in April next.
We an authorized to announce Walter
J. Thompson as a candidate for re-election
to the ofllce of City Assessor and
Collector at thecitj election in April.
We are authorized to announce K. C.
Hart as a candidate for the office of City
Assessor at tho city election in April
We are authorized to announce S. 11.
Keeves as a candidate for the oftice of
City Assessor and Collector at the city
election in April.
W are authorized to announce John
A. Williams as a candidate for re-election
to the ofllce of City Attorn-y at the
city election in April.
We are authorized to announce W. G
Swanson as a candidate for re-election
to the office of City Secretary at the city
election in April.
The Odd Fellows Grand Lodge
is in session thp week at San An
John Withers cashier of the
San Antonio National Bank com-
mitted suicide on the 3rd inst.
The late decision of the United
States Supreme Court in refer-
ence to express companies carry
ing lottery tickets has caused the
Louisiana Lottery Co. to with-'
draw its proposition for an exten-i
8ion of charter. It is safe to say
that the lottery will soon be a
thing of the past.
A Texas & Pacific passenger
train ran into a burning bridge
nearRobeline last Friday and was
wrecked. Quite a number were
injured and X-7?t of ffl lee killed
Shall we have a fair next fall;
It is not too earlv. by any meanj
to discuss this matter.
The People's Party held a Statb
convention at Fort Worth thi
week and adopted a platform.
Texas cattlemen held a meeting
at Austin this week at which there
were nearly two hundred in at-
tendance representing it is said
This is one of the years in which
Texas Democrats should noini
nate their candidates for the vari-
ous offices and then vote tor them
to a man. In this way only can
they be assured of a straight race
with no possibility of a dark
"horse" with long ears getting in
to the crib.
Since we are to have no water
sup pi except from the creeks it
will be in order to insist that the
sewerage or as much of it as pos-
sible should be turned into Cedar
creek below tho waterworks. By
cutting across tho railroad and
continuing the sewers east of
Jones' lumber yard to the north
until they pass into the drain run-
ning northeast and paesiug into
the creek near the slaughter house
at least nine-tenths of the wa6h-
iugs of the city can be gotten rid
of. If the authorities will only in-
veetieate they can soon see wheth-
er it is possible to do this and if
it is it should
be done by all
Dr. Graves Free.
Denver Col. Jan. 29. The Su-
pre me court granted a superse-1
deae in the Graves case and he
will be released on bail as it will
take two years to bring about a
The completion of that artesian
well to a pood flow of water
would be worth a million dollars
to Abilene. Shall we. miss our
great opportunity when success is
so nearly achieved ! We hope
not. Those who can see no ad-
vantages are invited to investi
gate at Waco Taylor Dallas Fort
Worth and other points where ai-
tesiau water has been secured
and see what it has done and is
doing for them. And we invite
those who would have you be-
lieve that no flow of water can be
obtained to look east west and
south of us at the successful at-
tempts made and then tell ua why
they think Abilene should be the
only point in the great State of
Texas where water cannot be had.
It is true that we have to go deep-
er for It here than at most of these
other places where wells have
been bored but the flow can be
had all the same and at a less
depth than 2500 feet at that. As
soon as the shale they are now
boring in is passed through the
rock will in all probability be
reached under which lies nature's
great resorvoir. A great majority
of the people of Abilene would
like to have it tapped.
As yet but little has been said
in regard to the race for governor
iu 1892. It would hardly be safe
to predict that Governor Hogg
will be elected to another term
without knowing more about the
sentiment of the people but it
Lean safely be said that he ought
to be re elected to the office next
fall. lie has made a good execu-
tive has met tho expectations of
his friends and done much better
than many of his enemies predict-
ed he would. There is no doubt
but that as good men can be
found but we see no reason why
Governor Hogg should not bo
given a second term as his pre-
decessors have been for a number
l oi yeai
of years past.
the people of the Abilene
"o tin try go to work to secure the
nnntirm nf nnn nf tlin fit-il f.ntfrt
of Appeals at Abilene to be estab
lished by the extra session of the
Legislature soon to meet. To the
well-posted and thinking people it
apparent that if one of the Courts
is not now located somewhere in
West Texas is will be but a very
few years until it will bo removed
to this section ; hence wiry not
make the location hero now ? It
is useless for us to take up space
to convince our own people that
Western Texas ought to have one
of these Courts and that Abilene
is the place to locate it but we do
urge our people to get ready and
when the legislature meets go be-
fore it and show wiry this ought to
be done. We ask our brethren of
the West Texas press to help us
stir the people up to the import-
ance of this move. We would also
be glad to hear from our board of
trade on the ways and means to
accomplish the location of this
' The Baptist W
or fifth Sunday meeting of the
Sweetwater Association was held
here last Saturday and Sunday.
Considerable of interest and im-
portance was discussed. The next
meeting will be held with Snyder
church on the fifth Sunday in May
J next and Saturday before.
r-"The attendance outsido of Abi
lene is reported as follows : Dr.
J. B. Craufill Superintendent of
State Missions Dallas; R. T.
Hanks editor Western Baptist
Dallas; Elder J. W. Staton Big
Springs; Elder L. B. Millican
Midland ; Elder J. C. Burkett Col-
orado ; Elder M. Compton Mitch-
ell county; Elder S. H. Blair
Merkel; Hon. II. T. Hord Sweet-
water; Dr. G. W. Smith Dublin;
Rev. Wm. M. Reynolds aud J. S.
Stephenson Friendship Church
The officers elected were J. W.
Staton Moderator aud M. Comp
I The Fisher County Alliance has
imssed a resolution "that we rec-
jommend that all alliance men not
(patronize or read any paper not
m harmony with our demands
after the first of April next."
" Two nice new brick stores
for rent in convenient block. Call
on Compere Bros. the rnstlerB.
Desperate Fight. I
Paris Texas. Feb. 2. Ncwsi Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
comes here of a terrible battle at:Widmer grand-son of Mr. and'
Bruuerlowu in the Creek nation Mrs. T. A. Henry w.mm born the
which Esna Gardon and Uaser 19th ot Nnwii-hiT 1801 after a.
Bruner were killed by deputy I few hour' illnes depaited this'
United States marshals and Depu- life January .'ilM 1802
ty Marshal McCail was seriously The iitt'c flower Idoumed to be-
'J he o Hirers had stir-
rounded a number of outlaw at ing fro?: of death ; hut I he ascend-
limners house when the light be- iug soul h:i- iiiM its tli;lit and
gun with the above results the the veil tit the tomb has hidden
officers being outnumbered
Ito'me Feb. 2. It is reported (
that the government of Italy is
about to resume full diplomatic
relations with the United States.
It is now understood that Baron
Fava will be appointed minister to
Denmark vice Signor Catallini
who will be sent as minister to
A merchant Wanted.
Wanted a good live merchant
with a capital of $5000 or $10000
to do business at Jayton Kent
county Texas. There are two
small grocery stores here but
they have not the capital to sup-
ply one-tenth the demand. Some
mau with the money and able to
furnish the people on one year's
time could do an immense busi
ness hero: besides there is a great I
deal of transient custom this be -
mg me puuuc tuorougniare to tuo
plains. I). E. Pipkin.
The Lottery Killed.
A death blow has struck the
Louisiana lottery company this
morning when the Supreme Court j
ot the United States unanimouslv '
upheld tho constitutionality of the
anti-lottery postal law and refused
writs of habeas corpus. This:i6 a
great victory for the anti-lottery
faction and will create a jjreat
sensation in Louisiana.
The case under disenssion was
a test case Dupree and Rapier
publishers of the Xow Orleans
States and Mobile Register who
were indicted on charges of send-
ing a lottery advertisement
through the mail. Washington
Dispatch of Feb. 1st
Wilt Thou ?
Wilt thou take this woman to
bo thy lawful wedded wife i
Wilt thou take her for thy pard
for better or for worse ; to have
to hold to fondly guard till haul-
ed off in a hearse?
Wilt thou iet her have her way
consult her many wishes; make
the fire up every day and help her
wash the dishes ?
Wilt thon give her all the "stuff"
her little purse will pack buy her
many a boa aud muff a little seal-
skin sacqne ?
Wilt thou comfort and support
her father and her mother Aunt
Jemima Uncle John thirteen sis-
ters and a brother!
And his face grew pale and
blank it was too late to jilt; as
through the chapel floor ho sank ;
he suddenly said I wilt." Ex.
If you -want to find .out a man's
real disposition take him when he
is wet and hungry. If he is amia-
ble then dry him and fill him up
and you have an angel.
When a Southern hero meets a
Northern hero they go arm in arm
around the comer to find a bloody
chasm across which they proceed
once more to shake hands. Then
they march around another corner
and find a place to bury the bloody
shirt. They keep this up until the
.policeman has to separate them
and bury the hatchet. Dallas
Miles' Nerve and Liver Pills.
Acts on a new principle regu-
lating the liver stomach and bow-
els throueh the nerves. A new
discovery. Dr. Miles' Pills speed-j
ny cures biliousness bad taste
torpid liver piles constipation.
Unqualed for men women chil-
dren. Smallest mildest surest!
50 doses 25 ets. Samples free at
B&BS Bro.'s drug store.
"Two Can Plaj at tuatGauie"
A Parlor Operetta given by the
Ladies7 Aid Society of the Chris-
tian Church Friday night Februa
ry 12th at the residence of Mrs.
N. Porter. Refreshments served.
Admission 25c. All cordially in-
vited. First-class livery stable and
wagon yard for rent. Apply to
so quiekiv withered h tin fit III-
from our ees tin- MveVt little;
'babe ere sin had I In own a blight
on the npint s young moom or
earth had profaned that which was
born for the skies.
The Mscet little babe wirh eyes no blue.
Tarry ed with us bat a short time;
Made strong ties of lore then bade adieu
Ills loved ones for a better clime.
'Twas but yesterday he laughed and cried
No sign of pain upon his brow.
In a few short hours he'd crossed the tide.
At Jesus' feet he's smiling now.
Death has left his parent's hearts desolate;
He's plucked their only sweet flower;
Transplanted it beyond this worldly fate
He now adorns the immortal bower.
Where'er God see a smile too bright.
Or heart too pure for taint and vice.
He bear it to that world of light'
To dwell in the realms of I'aradNr
The darling one has gone to guide
His parents to their heavenly home;
Kor he's safe on the other side
As he's pacsedthe fountain Siloam
Hehss paused through the CSateof Life;
He's left us but to come again
With Joy. we'll welcome him theume
Kxcept his misery and pain.
I rromhis houseof clay he'sonly
Dear immortal tpirit in lovely mein '
Yet liw-tlieis not. no! he's not dead!
I'apa mama his little outstretched hand
Is beckoning on to look beyond i
To the living stream in the happy land.
From the turmoils or this world abscond . .
Kest little Uuy; yes sweetlyrest '
With white-robed angels ever bleat:
Sweet thy memory we'll eTcr keep.
Tillleyond Life's Uiier we all shall meet
She li-ought It.
There is no end of new shades. '
or it might he nearer the truth to!
say of new names for shades. Of
one of the latest we find this anec-
dote told but not vouched for by
London Tid-Bits. ;
"Have you any buff trimmings
to go with this stuff?" asked a
flashily-dressed woman of an as -
sistant in a drapers establish--
ineilt. Admison. I) It
'1 think so. miss" answered the'Itarler AE
- ' Cook II K
poutcyoung man taking down a
piece of goods and spreading it. on
"Buff! Do you call that buff?"
exclaimed the woman. "That's too
dark for buff."
"But miss that is "
"It's too dark ! I can see it is.'
"Why of course it's dark mad-
am" persisted the man.
blind-man's buff tho new
He sold the goods.
Fail to do Our Duty.
Everybody at times has failed
to do their duty towards them-
selves. Hundreds of lady readers
sufferfrom sick headache nervous-
ness sleeplessness and female
troubles. Let them follow the ex
ample of Mrs. II. Herbechtor Ste-
I cu i. Ulllk it id IUIU 1UI 11J
years suiicred greatly from iser-
vous Prostration and sleepless-
But one bottl
vine caused sound sleep every
night and she is feeling like anew
person. Airs inzaDetn weeier
ToM.;o;. u'.nmi'nrf ivimfriori
.1 . ..r .n n wr .nnmUn..tnt n fiiii neiirn hen u.v ciiiu jinrnuaria 10 ueienuant ov n:s
U UlMBiwaua wm uuaci-. ic hcokiiiohu.. .m ...-..... -. f..t- . .. .:i. ..;.! '
icines without success .line hence I have established an ot. nm ln s.$d deed 0f 'conveyance a
e 01 Ur. Miles' SSer- . ornce over me ranm-i a uim Jin- icn was reserved to secure the payment Mean ba
oil . i.n."ii'nri;na' rlpinro TJtl8hare of their patron
after three week's use of the Ner
vine for headache nervous pros
"" wi. ibiui.u.i w....w ...-.
tration etc. she was entirely re
thousand young girls have Hail a
dance 'all to themselves' in New
Sold 1)V B.1SS Hro S. Inal t. . '. ..w...;i: t .1 have executed the Mime. J Total e-vce?s in temnerntiire Kiiurf
efroe 1.1c ui h -. "6 . -'" l6?uedthisthe:rddavof Feb.. 1S!2. January lt (5
m m -'l"i 1uuu "" T Vi " . I V " "ay" '"eti.cierK 01 ineiJis- Prevailing direction or ind south
xnisacLonni 01 a iuti cutci 1 Savinjrs Ijifo asauranco society Of Given under .uy hand and tha seal of Total movement of wind SS70 mile...
tainment is given by the ew Or-U QTk ftnd it wilj be to thcj.Aid court. at olhce this the 3rd day of Extreme velocity of wind direction
leans Picayune : "Nearly three TntTt 'of those thinking of in- e r?rrV A'"' r..v..i.i . a'lr! Ate' :w.!6t: l8t' ... . .
iYork.n.lwoaldnt lve . 'fr'JZZurt
h.rri.1 man' in the building. .Miss;;- f me whc .
e - w 1
ball and the girls seemed to enjoy1
the novelty of the affair but said '
it tasted rather too
eandwitches with the
mustard left out.'
It is estimated that 3500000
steel pens are consumed daily. It
is interesting to think what they
do. For instance they make love
write gushing poetry 'scrape out
the briefs in a breach of promise 1
suit cut and thrust at reputation
scratch out realistic novels and
political oditorials chronicle sen-
sations puff this and belittle that
and in short do more to make
and break to save and destroy to
civilize and degrade the human
race tbau anything else under the
Also the Popular and Justly Celebrated
Double Shovels Single
Stocks Plow Gear and
Everything' in Hardware
Queensware i Implements. '
Inv estimate. We believe we can please
you. We will try to.
Letter remaining uncalled forlnthtM-ostonlce
exaa Jan. 50th If.Kz
McDaniel A 1
I'uj;a - V
Kohinson H A
1 horn ton Thos
Welles. .1 K
crumpier j i
Farmer S C
llamauck. I li
Kiaher. Mrs Emma
Kiah. Miss Jular
Mclnid Mia C
Itamacv Mia Ktla
Itnss Sirs A C
Taylor. Mrs Fannie
Wella. Urn Aady
Persons railing for the ahove letters hiii
please aay adrertlaed" and give date
Mkr. m. w. stomtow. r
A Good Paper.
The Texas Stockman and Farmer
nubltshetl nt San Antonio. Texas is
now in its eleventh volume and is one of
the beat livestock mid Tanu papers pub- '
lished in Texas or the Southwest. Kv-
cry department is in the hands of an e-
perienced editor. The paper is issued j
weeklv and the subscription price has
just been reduced from $2.00 to $1.00
per vear. Write for free sample copies.
The South Side.
MM.A Bn..1. l.air nftl.n .-it V wit h '
buildings is certai
chant's National Bank with a nun
erof old and reliable tire com-;
. ... .. .
auies and modestrj ask the
lie ffeucrallv to- favor me
Will III" MIlllllVllllI I AV.I.1 Hill
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fully appreciated. I will faithfully;
IZUllKI lllc -lllici coio ui iiifc iauvnj
' vesting 111 fife insurance 10 exam-
ine the new plan ot this company
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TH08. A. KINDRED.
TV nca tvnrls urn vcrv fiimillir tft
our lea(icrs as not a day passes
without the report of the sudden
death of some prominent citizen.
The. explanation is "Heart Dis-
ease." Therefore beware if you
have any of the following symp-
toms: Short Breath Pain in Side
Smothering Spells Swolen Ank-
les Asthmatic Breathing Weak
and Hungry Spells Tenderness in
shoulder or arms fluttering of the
heart or irregular pulse. These
symptoms means heart disease.
The most reliable remedy is Dr.
Miles' New Heart Cure which has
saved thousands of lives. Book
of testimonials free at Bass Bro.'s
drug store who also sells the New
Heart Cure. 1
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Ed. $. HU&HES & Co
Citation by Publication. '
The State ot" Texas To the Sherill" or
any constable of Tavlor count v
Oath tin re for having Wen Hindu as re-
quired by law. you are hereby comman-
ded that by uiakin publication of this
citation in some newspaper pi.Mi.-lud
in said county one a week for four con-
secutive weeks previous to the rtliirn
. day hereof. on summon (. (. Seller.-.
1 defendant to be and appear before the
District court to be holdrn in and for
the aforesaid count of Taylor at the
courthouse thereof iu Abilene on the
fourth .Monday after the lirst Monday in
February. 1ML'. then ami there to answer
the petition of John Strom Derg. tiled in
; said court on the J()th dav of .January.
ljlrj. and numbered on the docket of
f-iitf. court UU'J. against ('. (.'. Sellers and
alleirioffin substance as follows :
That on the lirst day of December I J0
the defendant made his certain promis-
sory note in writing bearing date on the
dav and vear aforesaid and therebv
promise to pay J-.mil .Marquaidt or order
S 112.00 on I.ee.noer lr lMM.t
at Abilene Texas with interest thereon
at the rate ot ID per cent per annum
from date with an additional in per
cent on both principal and interest as.
attorney's fees if legal proceeding- were
had on said note
It is further represented that said note
was given for parf of the purchase mon-
ey on certain lots situated in the town of
Abilene in the county ot Tavlor. which
"'."sc"e 0 W l')
UV ;' : V I (). I$l-k "B" of Cozadd and .Mani-
and substantial fees subdivision of lot (-20.1) Abilene
ainly entitled to 'Texas. That said lots were conveyed
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f?"1 ; l!-?.bPn endord in blank by
' the said lt.mil 3Iarquardt. and that plam-
P"h-i.uris .............. ....5.... '....
me with nof:rid..ottf.ri:iii.tifli-r:is forjudgment
age which for his debt interest attorney's fees
t'eived and cost of suit and a foreclosure of his lien
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llLin UxiluoxJmt mveyou then and
luncui'iuivNiiu hmui iiji iil nil (
( lerk instnct court layior co. lex.
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I'ralrle IoB Poi.o..
Ttac ! P JDjyftU..
We have been sellinir it for
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"Give nm quinine antipvrene and I.
W. Harper Whisky and 1 am armed
against disease " So says one of Ken- t
tucky's most celebrated practitioners.
tiiAl'r'j mnef iflaliri 1 1.1I nrnf if tnnora I
and scionce b'owa to the common sense
and the simplicity of the great physi-
cian. The I. W. "Harper Whiskey can
be secured in any quantity- from (Jus
Ackeruians Abilene Texas
There are a number of cheap chicken
powders on the market but Bats' Chick-
en Cholera Cure is certainly the most
reliable. Go to your druggist'3 and get
T?.-... nlioln.nl a f titla nr in
. LVJk l4"-"D "' "tv 6 fcW
Pickens & Ked at the courthouse. I
uients. It is now way ahead of every- """". "a.biu; ciouuy uuya ( ; Uatesoi
thing One man in Jones county scalped ""usr. none. Ali.kn Bi'kli.
IMIU' dogs that he had poisoned with' Ob.-erer.
$3.U0 worth of Poison. .Many other cases i a. .
witli ithe men's names and addresses can Hamiuoth Iron Clad llelon.
be given on application. ' - c ..
A S1.U0 bottle w ill poison one peck of ICK'S FLORAL GUIDE isy-j.
wheat it well mixed so that one grain True and tried friends are always wel-
will kill a dog. II.16S Uko's Prop's. come consequently Vick's Florafduide
Abilene Texas. is sure of a warm reception especially
51 A It Y.
Station. Abilene. Tex. moni.li
tion iu inch
Date. es and hun-
Mean. Maximum. Minimum. dredthB.
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17 45 t ;n .ju .'2
IS II 17 12 .217
HI 12 'Si 2 .UK!
20 .52 ' 47 17 0'
21 .'12 40 2:5 0
22 IU .i; :w 'if.
2.5 42 . rl :50 0'
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21; n .-1 :ya u
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::o :; i;i; 47 0
:n co i;i; .1.1 0
rometer 'M 22.
Highest barometer. 30..1S date 21nl.
Lowest barometer 2U.72 date .1th.
.Mean temperature. 40.11
iiiiin:ni iriiiiiriiiniir. a i. iijilt. 'tin
iliirhcbt temperature 7.1 date. 4th :
lowest temperature. 2 date l!ith.
Greatest daily range of temperatun
;;; date 7th.
Total CXCtSS 111
Number of days on which .01 inch or
more or precipitation fell;?.
I Oiai llPIl01lnPV in nrnnimtati.ni itn.
.ri ..' " "
"VS '" '"" ! '
Number of cloudless davs 1:1: oartlv
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The "Nellie Lewis" Carnation on the
..uciiuiwKu uaiuuiv as tins year.
front of the cover and "Hrilliant Top-
n!u" nn fha k.nb - . ..
pies" on the back are nnummiiv ttrac
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pages printed in violet ink. de-
scribe Novelties and Specialties. Send
ten cents to James Vick's Sons. Roches-
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tractive and useful catalogue. It costs
nothing as the ten cents can be deduct-
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Lowry, James A. The Taylor County News. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 50, Ed. 1 Friday, February 5, 1892, newspaper, February 5, 1892; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth330101/m1/4/: accessed October 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.