The Abilene Reporter. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, June 9, 1893 Page: 6 of 8
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Laat Jwly tlm i3-jC".0ld son of
tbtv Htarf Schrank pastor of' the
Oiimn chrch xL Sciotevillc 0.. mys
disappeared and no tracfc
b4 found of him It was sup-
He hd tun away in some spirit
f wtferrftH. He was an unusually
VnjHtwy and his rhusical talent bor
on the marvelous A lew days
Mr. Scluatik received a mysterious
Mstwiication through the mails from
C'wcwmau to the effect that his son
kad. been .kidnapped by persons aware
f Wis talent and kept in. confinement
.m city by ht captors who are
enefitMy attending to his musical edu-
cation ad hope to profit by ft in the
fctotre. The police were put in pos
seaskm of all the facts and detectives
re now al work on tile case.
Married on Short Xotlce.
A Memphis special to the St. Louis
Republic say; Thomas Owens of
Pans Tex. and "Miss Marry Owens of
Hashville Tenn were numed at the
Ifeabody Hotel in this city and separa-
14 few hours later The groom is
A teal estate agent at Pans Tex. and
tfte bode attended school there lust
yr. During the term she bectme ac-
quainted with Mr. Owens and a mu-
1m1 attachment resulted. A month"
or two ago sl.e went back to Paris on
a. visit and when the time came for
Wr to return home Mr Owens con-
ctwicd to accompany her as far as
tacmphB. Before reaching this point
Jtowevcr he decided that they might
jt as well get married now as later
autd she consenting the wedding
took place as stated. For some rea-
son kaowa only to the couple them
selves the groom returned to Pans
this eveawg white the bride goes to
kerliomeat Nashville. She' will re
jaw her husband at Paris some weeks
0 A Jferel lejcott.
The most singular boycott in the
history of Tennessee is on in Chatta-
areog. It is that of the female college
faculty against drygoods firms some
weeks since a fair gul from Louisiana
a pupil of Centenary College-of Oeve-1
anna became enamored ot a nana
some clerk named Surgine. She was
sent in charge of a professor to this
xky from whence she was to take a
train for New Orleans. Her lover
-learned the fact in time to follow her
ttcre and the twaio were married the
fnnnhan professor notwithstanding.
Hew comes the story that the town
-winch shelters the college is .to be
fwiihcd for Its sympathy with roman
tic pupils and that the trade pertaining
the coming commencement is tabe
stmt away to the disgust of the locai
Bsn't freana Like Texas:
ARepnKc special says; Temple
UHowa iio consiaeraDie excite-
Monday evening when a pitched
took place on one of the princi
pal streets between two men named
Parigrey aacPStrong on one side sad
two Gdmartia btothers on the ether-
XtgbtecB shoti were fired from trieir
pistok but no one was kiued. AH
wee arrested. Farther trouble man-
tocipta and Sheriff Sparks and sev-
wal deputies went over to-day to be
hand at tbe examining trial. There
is said to be a -woman in the case.
Tbe Giknartins waved examination and
gave- 4500 bond each. .-
A fireman on an engine on the Un-
ion Pacific Raikoad discovered one
dajr last week that the sand that was
being need in the locomotives contain-
d a great deal of gold. The sand is
btained at a spur near Umatilo Ore
jan along theCplumbia River. Great
adtet&ent prevails among the people
Eastern Oregon and Washington
jaad hundreds of prospectors are flock-
nag to the sand fields. Rich finds arc
6 his Children's Graves.
Lying onlhe graves of his two chil-
m the Jewish Cemetery at Cy-
-fwe&r Hills L. I. with a revolver in
bis band the body of Win. Rosenstein
was found a few days ago. A wound
in. the bead indicated the cause of
death. Mr Rosenstein was treasurer
ef tbe Rosenstein company dealers in
matches bird seed etc. at 373 Wash-
iagtoa street. New York and lived
wka his son in the Sherman apartment
bouse at 155 WestForty-eighth street
-Before -shooting himself he had tied
wp hu watch and diamond ring in the
fevatver case and addressed itt "Mrs
.Rosenrteln 155 West Forty-eighth
atiaet New York."
faistsa at ft Bag.
A very strange but true tale comes
from CorMM Chiiati of the suicide of
a. dog. The dog in question formerly
baJategtng to Mr. Mar Luther was
constant eonibanion of Mr.
liber's two cHiktten whp were
" m ioaiatKMa tn the bur atana
Since that occurrence tl dog
Has been af changed aniflWtl and seam-
ed to care fcf ro one but Mr Johrr
Aiw&dio with whom We took up soon
after the lrwHmU storm. He was Mr.
Arnodio's. clottM eHpmo follow
ig him wherever hi went both night
and day For the p-wt two or tfcrce
days Sullivan for that was the name
of the dog appeared to be tiuusuaHy
despondent and seemed to take but
little interest in anything or anjbody.
A few days ago Mr.Amudiowcutinlhe
back yard alter a box and to hit sur-
prise discovered the lifeless form of
Sullivan in a tub of water That he
deliberately commitcd suicide ahere
seems to be little doubt for Suilivan
was a good 'swimmer and often Vent
in the bay with hVmastcr.
A Saints at Might.
At 3:30 a. m last Saturday during
A shower of rain at Sedalia Mo. the
moon which was less than an hour
from scttirg broke through a tilt of
clouds ai.d produced a clearly defined
rainbow upon the dark mass of clouds
in the east northeast. The colors
were almost as bright as those pro.
duped by sunlight four of them being
distinctly visible. The accompanying
shadow was plainly visible The arch
reached to auout4odegrcts above the
hdr'zon. The rare phenomenon lasted
fully two mttutes before it passed
After ?orty Tears.
The grave containing the body of
Samuel Emery son of the late Jeffer-
son Davis was Opened a fev days ago
at Oak Hill cemetery in Washington
D C. It was found that the little fel-
low had been buried in a magnificent
San Domingo mahogany casket on
the inside oi which was a heavy lead
coffin. On the lid being drawn back
a skeleton was exposed though the
child died at an age when the bones
are not supposed to be solid A rela-
tive of the family was present at the
disinterment. The outside or mahog-
any casket was in a splendid state of
preservation the forty years' that have
passed since its consignment to the
earth having but littler effect upon it.
Lest the Power ef Speech.
Elmer Weathers a student at Eng-
lish Ind. who has had the measles
finds himself deprived of speech The
physicians declare this is the first case
of the kind within their knowledge and
cannot say whether the loss of speech
will be permanent or not. The unfor-
tunate is a bright young fellow studing
for the ministry and well advanced in
Army Worm in Illinois.
The old-fashioned army worms have
again visited the country about Salem
III. and are playing havoc with mead
ows. On the Borden farm five miles
northwest of Salem 260 acres of fine
meadow has been completely eaten up
by the worms. Other meadows are al
An Xgg Within an Xgg.
L Samuels M. D. writes the St.
Louis Republic as follows: About two
weeks since Mrs. Lou Wilson at Sug-
arton. Mo. gathered up the eggs at
night as usual and found one of enor-
mous size s It was a hen egg and was
Wjargeas-ag0O3eegg and she con-
cluded to keep the shell; she thought
to puncture the shell at each end break
up the yolk and albumen and blow
them out. Taking a hat pin and in-
serting it at one end she discovered
another egg about as large as a guinea
egg nicely ensconced within thejarger
one. Your correspondent saw and ex-
amined the egg and can testify to 'the
correctness of the above.
Jewell the Rainmaker.
C B. Jewell the Rock Island rain-
.maker who has-been so successful in
bringing down rain at various points
along tbe line of that road in north-
western Kansas during the past thirty
days now operating at Meade in
southwestern Kansas where no rain
has fallen since August 3 of )a$t year.
The success which has crowned Jew-
ell's efforts is looked upon as the mar-
vel of the century and the Rock Island
management has detailed him to make
rain in all drouth.stncken sections
along its line and provided him with; a
palace car with all the comforts possi-
ble. Jewell is a practical electrician and
for the past year has been devoting his
entire attention to the study and com-
pletion of his scheme. He was located
at Goodland eighteen months ago
when Frank Melbourne went there to
contract with the people to supply
them with rain. He claims to have
discovered Melborne's secrets. He
made three successful attemntr at
Goodland and two at Menkato where
a drenching rain fell. At Menkato
the weather prognostications sent out
from Washington indicated clear and
dry weather. Jewell claims that h?
can have direct electrical communica-
tion with the clouds by means of cer-
tain gases; in. fact that he caq produce
clouds by sending these gases into a
clear sky. When this is done small
clouds begin to gather in all directi6ns
within a short n'rae jhe sky is shut put
by a solid ma$ of clouds from which
rainfall h eeHate. ' He savs that h
J can atw.seiSd a captive balloon into a
Kumars muif wjum.
Every Ingredient poaaataes superb Tonfe
properties ami exertf awonderfcl Jnlht
ence M toning wji and strengthening her
system by driving through the proper
channels all Impurktcs Health and
strength guaranteed to result from Its Use.
Xrrlnwb w4 r hMe fW ttalt.
J M Jomtttt. Malvern 4rk.
nAont.D nmvukToit Co. Atlanta U.
8oU by UtUQUU at $1.08 per bottle.
J..i..ia.ia.... '' - t.f -mm f.J -- KM n4.
cloud and produce rainfall instantly.
This idea he conceived uf the world's
fair in observing the aasenvions of bal
loons with a rop6 attached. When
this method is used be charges the
balloon with certain gases which ex-
plode when they come in contact with
moisture. These explosives are very
powerful and at once create a heavy
downpour and terriffic peals of thunder.
The result of the experiments he is
now making in southwestern Kansas
are awaited with great intereit by the
people Of the drouth stricken district.
A "Freak of Mature.
Isaac Brown of Elmwood Ohio has
a a.year-old bull with eighteen horns
some of which are nineteen inches
Mr Imre Kiralfy who is at the
Grand hotel in Paris has just been in-
terviewed by a French journalist on
his well-known method of selecting
ladies for tbe chorus by examination
of the hand and wrist.
He declares that be can judge the
female figure with practically unerring
accuracy in this way. He says that
the first knuckle joint shows the size of
the bip the seqond the size of the
knee and the last joint the height of
the instep while the wrist compared
with the hand shows the relative size
of the waist the fatty part of the
thumb the size of the calf and so on
'This "leg reading by the hand" as
it has been called -will tt has been
prophesied before long become quite
a fad and dethrone mind reading as a
U. 8 Dopartment of Agriculture-;
KOHTHLY XEIK0KQI0OICAL XEPOKT.
Station. Abilene. TexaSf month May 1 893.
1 ! ! I
Max!. Mini. Mean
61 42 S2'
70 47 58
84 53 68
86 63 74
94 67 80
91 70 So
62 50 56
72 53 62
85 '.57 71
81 60 A 70
75 63 69
77 62 70
69 58 64
81 61 71
76 60 68
78' 59 68
84 60 72
93 69 81
90 68 . 39
92 68 So
95 '78 8a
83 70 - 76
76 45 60
89 61- 75
93 75 ft
94 75 84
76 59 68
90 60 75'
103 74 83
4 91 63 J 77
. .... .
Mean barometer 29 90.
Highest barometer 30.20; date 12th.
Lowest barometer 29.44; date 30th.
Meaa temperature 72
Highest temperature 103; date 30th.
Lowest temperature 42; date 1st.
Greatest daily range of lemp..3i- date 3 23.
Least daily range of temp 1 1; date 13th.
Mean temperature for this month in
1885 1888 70 i89t 69.
1886 78. 1889. 72. 1892. 73-
1887 73. j.890 72. 1893 72.
Mean temperature for this month for eight
Total excess in temp during month 19.
Totil excess in temp since January 1st 238.
Prevailing direction of wind; SE. 26 per cent.
Total movement of wind 10207' miles.
Maximum velocity of wind.dircction and date
42 miles north 21.
Total precipitation 5.78 inches.
Number of days on whifh .01 inch or more of
precipitation felt 6
Total precipitttion (in inches) for this month in
88c 1838 363 1891 1.83.
i886f .33 18S9 2.93 1892 6.12.
1887 3-95- J899. 2.69. 1893 5.78.
Average. precipitation for this month for eight
Total excess in precipitation durlrtg month
Total deficiency in precipitation aince January
Number of cloudless days 15; partly cloudy
days 11 j cloudy days 5
Date of fiost
Nonv JUrometer reduced h sea level
'T Indicates trace of precipitation. 1
Observer weather bureau.
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North Side Corner Pint "and Sicond struts
Sire of LONE STAR STATE 1:17 winner
of Texas Yearling Stake at Dallas Texas 1 891 .
Day stallion foaled 1887. Bred by V. Simmons Ash Grove Farm Lexington Ky.
HASKEW is by Monte Christo by Geo. Wilkes; dam Sis Patchen bv Busby 2!2ol bj
Geo. Wilkes; 2d dam Black Fannie (dam of Isaac 2i2S) by Charley b. Leow 3:25 j
Geonre M. Patchen: dam Clarion (thoroughbred) bv Monmouth Eclipse.
HA$KEV is a handsome deep bay without white and stands 15! hands high. Tils cofc
all have fine finish good style and splendid conformation. They are came level headed sni
like to trot. Lone Star State won his race in the yearling stake at Dallas with all ease taking
a mark of 1:17. IHs fee for the season is $50 with usual return privelege.
Chestnut stallion foaled in 1889
GARLAND is by Young Jim (sire of Trevilian 3;i8 David B. 2:19! Garnet 2:19 Dsndr
Jim 2:19 Butterfly 20 etc) by George
34 (sire 01 .na Clay 2:271 uranviue 2:2b etc.)
By Imported Billet dam Anna Lexington by Lexington.
Registered in Bruce American Stud Book.
GENERAL GRANT is a handsome
mahogany bay sixteen hands high and
was bred by S. Powprs of Decalur 111.
PEDIGREE General Grant was
sired by Imported Bille dam Anna
Lexington by Lexington second dam
by Vandal third dam by Zenith" fourth
dam by Mons. Tonson fifth dam by
Blackburn's Whip sixth dam by Wm.
of Transport seventh dam by Imported
utiNEKAL GRANT is the sireof
a number of very fast horses among
races at Sl Louis the season ol 1891
eights in i;oo flat It is not necessary
mancesof the get of General Grant's
the turf is familiar with them As a
noted m the country
GENERAL GRANT will make the
TERMS $25 00 for the season with
distance pastured free ot charge for one
Will not be responsible for escapes or
prevent either. FKBD
Bred by J. W. Gardner Russollville Ind.
Kqd Buck sire of Sorrel Dan a:M
and dam Lizzie by John Hateprn son of Peters Halconu -ROLLA
G.( bay horse black points sura foal getter and excellent breeder ;
his colli all that arc old' enough ah6w speed .
Season at $1$. Insurance $35. At J J. MedariV italic Abilepe Ta$
VB T.! y BT.ATWgl-
do Yexi f(d tyy
CtUla y Oaaiant
r7karia 3Plater Paris
WhlVi flM Matr
Oywreaa lira Olay
OedAf 7oia renolng
Cedar lo YIus-
bred by B. J. Treacy Ashland Ky.
Wilkes; his dam Jennie Berkele by American Clay
:rkeie by American uj
the veason at $15.00
h JJ HASKEW
Abilene or Guion Texas.
them is the mare Surprise who won nine
running the half in 47 seconds and five
to specially call attention to the nerfor-
sire. Imported Billet for every patron of
family of racer they are among the most
season of 1893 at J. J Medaris' bam
usual return privileges. Mares from
month. Mares fed cram if desired.
accidents though will take all care to
T WOOD Abllane Texas.
Sired by Royalist 3216 he by Satelite
2500 (sire of Saturn sire of Mcleod
au8j he by Robert Bonner son of
Rysdyk's Hambletoniaii jto
First dam Red Bird public trial 3:331 '
by ftcd Burk 4. record to harnesi
3.-a4 saddle 217 son of Dey'J
Copperbottom site of Rotky Road
ajaoii Capt. jack 3124 Lee K.
3:29 Saddling JJucV ire of Frant
Landers 2:18 Stone's JLed Buck i
sire of Ada Paul a:a6 aid Hale'
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The Abilene Reporter. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 23, Ed. 1 Friday, June 9, 1893, newspaper, June 9, 1893; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth330815/m1/6/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.