The Taylor County News. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, March 15, 1895 Page: 3 of 6
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000 Pairs of Kelly Goodfellow's own make of
Shoes now on sale at factory cost.
In Bankrupt and Regular Purchases
at Unprecedented Low Prices !
Bright new novel late style goods at prices that
will move them at prices that will interest
you at prices below competition.
RIBBONS and EMBROIDERIES. No such
stock was ever shown in Abilene and & less
than ever sold heretofore. You
an injustice if you fail to see them before buying.
We arc hewing to t'e line for business. Always
bear in mind we are the people for reliable goods
at low prices. RUSHING fc SON.
New Goods of every description
ABILENE DRY GOODS GO
Jj eV wash goodd of every description.
J CW Organdies and C'hallies just arrived.
j eV Innil:es and Crcpons of every stylr and quality.
mis and Calicoes
('oods. Laces and
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sold in Abilene before.
J(e"VClolliin bought witli the
CAV .Boots and .Shoes Largest
Don't fail to see our large stock of New Goods before you
Eery thing bought with the tariff taken off.
wosk rurcE spot casii.-r
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noei ;et 1F
of regular eu.v.omers.
arc nrhl. our goods stick
close and our dealings are
Fair and Open.
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For Sale by Gus Ackermans.
All parties who are behind with
occupation taxes will please come
forward at once and '"renew same.
J. V. CU'SINGHAX
Bv C. C. Jackson Deputy.
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in almost endless quality and style.
Embroideries in every conceiva-
lower than was ever
tariff taken off.
slock ever on Abilene market.
For Sale at a Bargain.
One tine piano in all respects
practically new a magnificent in-
Muy on and strument and very handsome:also
three solid walnut book cases
with large open doors: one very
large heavy cherry bed-room set ill and at once returned home. K.
with bed springs and mattress: be ! Jv. Legett was elected to the bar
sides the above there are numbors'to preside during his absence.
of parlor household and kitchen;
sundries both useful and ornamen-i
tal. all lor ale cheap. Apply at
Mus. M vttii: A.Sextkxis.
or If. A. TlLLKT.
5trui to 2tenf.
At Buffalo Gap. a farm of HO
acres house with t rooms water
orchard etc.. all in rool shape:
also ;o acres U miles from Buffalo
Gap hi good ii. has been run in
cotton. Term and. Apply'
to V. E. Ilaynes at residence of
i:. M. Hooker.
1 mile north of (
For Sale Cheap.
1 have for sale on my place two
miles south of town some choice
sorghum and corn fodder which 1
will deliver in town if desired. 1
want to buy a few one-year old
steers and a few good cows. In-
quire at Hotel L'alaee. Abilene
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For Sale r F.xchaiij;e.
I hare a four-year-old thorough-
bred Jersev bull and a yearlinsr
thoroughbred Jersev bull both
for sale cheap for cash or will be
exchanged for other stock. Call
on or address me at Abilene Tex.
(.'. II. Briggs.
Farms for Rent.
One section eleven miles from ulls wecK-
Abilene 00 acres under cultiva- Dr. and Mrs. R. T. Hanks will
tion. balance pasture house of entertain the Willing Workers to-
two rooms and kitchen
tern large barns etc.
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G. A. Sekviss.
The "I. W. IlARrER'' Whiskey!
is famous lor its magnificent bo-
quet. its rich flavor and its medi-
cinal properties its power to
. drive awav mental and phvsical
' langor. and can be secured in any
quantities from Gus Ackerman's. !
I Abilene Texas. I
Texan A Pacific Railway Co.
Xotics i hereby given that an ad-
journed annual meeting: of the Stock-
holders and Directors of The Texas &
Pacilic Railway Company will be held
at the ollice of the Company in Dallas.
Texas on .Saturday. April Cth 1SI5. at
12 o'clock M. C'.E. SATTERLEE
Free to all our readers. A handsome
briar pipe. See adr'tof Duke's Mixture.
will do yourself
THE TAYLOR CODMTT HEWS.
JAMKM A LOWRY Editor and Publisher
Quincy A. Lowry Local Editor.
Colorado grass seed in good
condition for sale by Mackech-
ney. Those who promised to bring
us sonic wood on subscription to
the News are requested to bring
it in immediately as we need it.
SsafMrs. Cora Young Teacher
! of Piano- Organ and Theory. For
1 terms and particulars call at rest
.donee of II. II; Harden or
! dress box 1 11) city.
E. S. Kean has purchased the
F. I. Murray residence on south
side and this week moved to it.
Claude Flores after an
sence of several months
turned to Abilene.
31 is. Gus Koss died last Tues-
i day evening.
.John Woodson is visiting in
Honey Grove this week.
- -J. P. Alexander loft this week
on a visit to Dallas.
Kennedy started up his street
sprinkler again this week.
Geo. Stribling made a flying
visit to Anson this week.
j Judge Connor received word
! Tuesday that his wife was quite
John Stro in berg will soon go
to 1'urcell. J. T where he is to
engage in business. We regret to
have him leave us.
Mr. John McGuimiess is in
town for the purpose of organiz-
ing a court of the Ancient Order
of Foresters and will hold a meet-
ing in Odd Fellows hall this even-
ing at 7 : ofl o'clock for the purpose
of explaining its objects and ad-
Fred Cockrell has fitted out a
windmill and pump on Cedar creek
northeast of town and will pro-
cted to irrigate his land this sum
Mr. Davis who has charge of
Lewis Sharp's blacksmith shop
has a windmill on his shop and
the figure of a man in front with
a hammer in his hand and when
the mill turns the hammer strikes
011 an anvil. It it a very ingen-
1 Mr. and Mrs. Gus Ross who
live on Elm are the happy posses-
isors of a baby boy who put in his
' appearance the lirst of this week.
J. M. Ingle and John Hamp
ton went north with
Mrs. La Salle Selph of Mur-
freesboro Tenn. is visiting her
sister Mrs. P. O. Endt in Abilene
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ouis on business.
Courts Berry has returned
from a trip east.
Will Young returned from
New York last Tuesday where he
had been buying goods for his
It is reported that Capt. J. K.
White has planted about 10 bar-
rels of onion sets on his Deadman
Mrs. Will Berrv is expected !
to visit in Abilene sometime du-
ring the next month.
Several of Mr. V Six' family
are down with the measles this
Mrs. Walter Evans children
are down with the measles.
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new ha visf . betm riddea Mly
twice will mD it cheap for. cash.
Apply to Q.'A. Lowbt at thia of-
fice. The eclipae of the Moon San-
day night cajae off aa advertiaed.
Early in the night it waa cloidy
and people in thia aection failed
to see the eclipae come on.
W. D. Gamble ie down from
Clairemont in attendance on the
Dan M. Jones of Anson was
in town last week.
-.Jack Haley went east last
week. He talked of going to Kan-
sas City to locate.
Several cases of measles are
reported in town.
Van S'ees Lewis is up from
the ranch this week.
For Sale at a Bargain One
mare 5 years eld and one 2-year-old
horse colt For further par-
ticulars call on Q- A. Lowry at
The members of the Rescue
Hose Company No. 2 A. F. D.
will commencing next week drill
twice a week to prepare for in-
spection on April 22nd.
District Court is still in ses-
sion. It is quite likely that after
this week the jury will be dis-
pensed with until the last week of
Prof. G. A. Witt has a school
at Comanche I. T. and writes that
he is getting along well with bis
Congressman Cockrell and
family have returned from Wash-
ington and gone to their home at
Little Benuie Young is quite
sick this week.
The mumps prevails to such
an extent as to materially cut down
the attendance in the schools.
Master Roy Bradley has a
double-breasted attack of mumps
Mrs. C. P. Warren will enter-
tain the Baptist Ladies Aid Soci-
ety next Wednesday March 20tb
at 3 : 30 o'clock p. m. All are in-
vited. The martins the herald of
spring can now be heard in the
Messrs. Middleton Gatlin
Parramore Kershaw and others
attended the meeting of the Cattle
Raisers' Association at Ft. Worth
Mai Shelley and daughter
Miss Ona visited Ft. Worth this
Dave Kauffman left this week
for Fort Worth and Dallas on a
John Bogar left this week for
John Hoeny has returned
from his trip east.
The livery men did a good
business last Sunday.
Two pigs are wanted at the
News oflice and if some one who
is in arrears will bring them they
can get a good price for them.
Wood wanted on dues at the
The cotton shipped to date is
B. F. Walker and Miss Ida
Gauerke of this place went to Ft.
Worth this weok presumably to
A pretty severe norther pre-
vailed all day yesterday.
The Ladies of the Methodist !
church will have a Bazaar on the
2nd and 3rd of April to which
they call the attention of the pub-
lic. At this Bazaar they will have
for sale many articles of ready-
made clothing and fancy work.
They will spread a dinner on each
of these days and will have n
abundance of ice-cream cake Jtc.
John Crosset left this week
Black green and mixed teas
Booa quatyi oniy -oc a pouna ai
P. Massie left this week for
tMrs. Alice Daris nee Briscoe
is visiting Iter parents here this
G. E. Ward is having some
additions built to his residence
Leonard Page is working for
D. T. Harkrider this week.
We are sorry to chronicle
that Messrs. George Berry and
John Hoeny jr. are reported to
be quite ill with the mumps.
Bass Bros. make a specialty
of leading extracts for perfumery
They carry Colgate & Co.'s soaps
which are the best made.
The druggists Baas Bros.
have Ju8t received a nice line of
stationery blank books visiting
cards etc. Call and lee them.
C. C. Williams came in yester-
day evening on a visit
J. V. Cunningham attended
the Cattlemen's Association at
Fort Worth Tuesday.
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Mb. GmA&AM's Book.
- Blasefe Lockett
Willie Gray Swenson j
- Jeaae Douglass
Linton Bay er'
Florence Porter ;
Miss BaiOHAM's Boom
Prof. McFadden's Room.
Jamie Hardie j
Chas Garrison !
Mrs. Lasley's Room!
Cammie Watson j
Aggie Engnian. '
Miss Shackelfokd's Room.
Maggie Doman :
3Iay Shaw '
Eleanor Cade j
Ellouise Cockrell j
Edna Williams '
Effie Peden '
Mipa Young's Room.
Kjsa Lee Stinchcomb
Bessie Hanks i
Willie May Jones
Miss Taylor's Room.
Kindred Lea veil
Miss Yeiser's Room.
Seth Garrison !
Howard Moore i
Martha Shelton j
nar Just arrived carload of the
Nation seed corn both white and
yellow for sale by Pratt Bros.
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5-4 ready awde pillow cases - lie
54 n DeMqmality15c.
9-4 ready ado sheets; 1 y4s
loaf best gee ja - 40c
10 4 ready amde sheets 2 yds:
. J loaw. 45c
Ladies Hose fcst black - life
Child derby rib hose ft black
tat .. . : . 13ic
A Bodnctton im Kid GIotso.
Our $2 grade at tl.50 per pair.
Onr $1.50 an $1.25 grades at $1
Our 75c grade at 65c a pair.
Turkey Bed 58-imch at 21c.
Finer grade at 39c.
Satin damask 70-inch at 55c
Fine Maraeiles bed-spreads $1.40.
The very finest bed-spreads $1.85.
French sateen silk designs 15c
Besides the above we offer:
New Dress Goods
New Wash Fabrics
Extra Fine Habit Cloth
Scotch and French Organdies
Swisses Ducks Piques Madras
Cloths and a thousand other
goods at Prices none other will
name. Yours Respectfully
S. Lapowski & Bso.
Captain Buell has resigned
the command of the Abilene Light
Infantry Company and the com-
pany is in the hands of Lieutenant
Morrow pending the election of
Maj. H. D. Reeves and family
are moving to the Territory this
Prof. G. A. Witt's family are
moving to Comanche 1. T. this
week. We are sorry to lose them
from among us.
adjust arrived a carload of
seed corn from the Nation this
week. Apply to Pratt Bros.
If some one in search for a
lap-robe will call at this office they
will get information that will
probably lead to its recovery.
The finance committers report
will appear next week. We have
been too busy this week to look
Mrs. T. H. Alexander after a
ten days visit to her father's fam-
ily in Wise county returned yes-
terday accompanied by her sister
Miss Jennie Bobo who will spend
some time with her.
Sam Young paid Ft. Worth a
visit this week.
Capt. C. M. Pearre was in
town this week. He has recently
had an attack of la grippe and is
not yet feeling well.
S. Lapowski & Bro. will soon
re-open and occupy the room with
goods which they used last year
as a Shoe Store.
& Just arrived a car-load of
white and yellow Nation seed
corn. For sale by Pratt Bros.
L. B. Allen 'editor of the
Guard Bo by was in the city this
Attorney R. C. Cranellioby
was here attending court this
I have taken up two hogs red
and black spotted nnmarked.
weighing about 150 lbs. each and
will proceed to estray same aa the
law provides in case the owner
does not apply for . same- within
ten days. March 14th 1195.
J. S. Clayton.
I have rented the J. T. Buck Wagoa
Yard on Chestnut street opposite tie
Adams House and will be pleased to re-
ceive a share of the patroaafaprosiisias;
to treat patrons right in every respect.
T. W. Clakk.
The Twice A-Week Repaollc.
Special Ofler Goo only until March
Send two new subscribers with! two
dollars and get one year free. '
Send four new subscribers with four
dollars and receive the paper two years
"Do you know a good thing whea yoa
see it? A word to tae wis is suflciMt."
Address THE REPUBLIC.
St Louis Mo.
Robt. M. Adams to Miss Lula Bell
P. II. Hollingshead to Miss Buaa
Lettrri inialnlBs aaeallfd farlatha Mataf.
ftve at Abileae. Taxaa. Maiahi 9 18SS.
Fann Frank De Galabls Senor
Hill S Z Hodgea S B
Springer. J P W ilson Tom
Allen Mrs A A Bird Mrs JCtsma
Harden. Mrs A E Price Miss P B
Smith Mrs Lola Wild Miss Aasle
Williams Miss Edna '
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train to Kajhuo Our sad Onaa
00 leaving Fobt Wosn a4 $:M
For Lmcour OxaMa
savea a whole nicetfe xMa so
any other line '
Too ooiifjsMOt road bed
atotive power are strictly first-
class and ap to date."
Oar rates areas cheaa as cosh
sisleat with first-class service and'
the reqmiresMBtoof safety.
Hyoo are going Bast North
Northeast West or iKorthweotJ
call on the nearest ticket agent
for maps infevatisnetc or ad-
dress the aaderaigned
G. T. &. P. A Ft Worth Texas.
gives the best sai
tion of any
cough nwdieine I
e sad as a
seller leads all other
in this market. I recommend it
because it is the beet medicine
I ever handled for cooghty celds
and croup. A. W. Baldridge Mil-
leraville HI. For sale by Word
& Alexander. Abilene T
S0 Pratt Bro.'s have just re-
ceived a car-load of seed com
from the Nation. This is the best
corn in the world for this country.
Mr. T. S. Hawkuw Chattaaeega.
TennMTft "Skiloh VUmUtmr 'SAVED
MY LIFE.'' Iemmdtrii tk hut rmtmtffmr
a debilitmttd mttmn Imter u$d" Fer Dy-
pcpsla. Liver or Kidaey troableit ex-
w. iuot u via. cHHu.ut uev v.
Harris & Co. :
Oa?" Just received a car-load of-
whiteand yellow seed corn di-
rect from the Nation. Fox sale by.
Pratt Broc Abilene Texas.
KARL'S CLOVER ROOT HrW -rUy
yoorBleod. clear year Coaplexiou g-
ulatc your Bowels and make your head
clear aa a belL 25c. 50c.. and $1.00.
Sold by Geo. C. Harris Bro. 5
Sir Just received a car-load of
white and yellow aeed corn direct
from the Nation. Pratt Bros.
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M. C. Lambeth District aad Coast?
J. P. Dmaiel ..CoaatT
J. W. CkiiatOBber CoaatT
L. C. Wia Coaaty Sinmr.
XlbertRobarU Animal mad HMe laapMlar.
J. C. Ilaakrider PaMie Waif acr.
J. II. Baas W. E. Cope J. J. Millar aa4 J S
Perry Coaaty Coaatfaaieaera.
D. W Wriaten
J. J. Clin ton
W. S. O. Johnson Secretavr.
Geo. S Berry Treaaercr. l
J. T. Page C. P. Warren Will Stitb aad
First Presbrteriaa Rar.
pastor. Serrieaa every Saaday at elevaa
o'clock a. as. aad at Bight. Prayer ateetiag
every Wedaeaiay algJU. Saaday Scaoal every
Saaday at 9: 45 o'clock a. aa. A cordial lavlta-
tioals exteaded teall these serrices. "Coaaa
thoa withaa aad we will do thee good."
First BapUst-fiaaday School 9:3 a m.; ser-
vices at 11 a. a. aad 8:30 p. aa.; prayer BMetlag
every Wedaesday alght. M. T. .Haaka paster.
Methodist Episcopal Camrea Soath Saaday
School 9:90 a. at.; services at 11 a. as. aad 7 30
p. as.; prayer aaeetiag every Wedaesday at 7 :SC
p. m. ; J. a. Chapaaaa pastor.
Charch of the Heavealv Rest Services: Mora'
iagprajer daily at 7 o'clock;
at HM o'clock.
aaa laira aa-
at 7 a at.; aaamlag
aenaoa at II o'clock; eveaiac i
Saaday School at :M a. aa.R.S
CarisUaa Charch Saaday School every Saa-
day at 9: SO a. aa. ; preacaiag every Snaday at 11
a. at. aad s p. at.; prayer aaeetiag Wedaesday
alght at 8 p. at.; pastor.
Geraaaa XvaageUcat Rev
a. aad a a. at.
reacaiag every aa
every Saaday at 11 a.
cttaf taarsaay Bight saadav-sc
A. r. Qaaerke aaperiatsadeat
aad eveaJaar: Saaday
School at:9 a
aa. ; prayer aaeenag
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Lowry, James A. The Taylor County News. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 11, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, March 15, 1895, newspaper, March 15, 1895; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth330177/m1/3/: accessed August 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.