The Albany Weekly News. (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 29, Ed. 1 Friday, October 21, 1892 Page: 2 of 4
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The completest stock in the city. One
door north of the Post Office, Albany.
HL D. BRAY, Proprietor
• - DEALER IN
Rough and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Doors, Sash,
Blinds, Paint and Oil.
IVToran, S iificltclford County Texas.
My stock is new a..d complete. I keep a superior variety
of fruits and confectionery. Country produce of all kinds
bought and sold.
I). O. McRIMMON.
J. P. McDANIEL.
T. P. MOODY.
McRimmon & Co.
a smash np and destruction
to young bees so he abandoned that
method and then went to work t<> see
what could bo done Sn the way of get-
ting cells built on strip* of combs, one
row of cells cat from the combs con-
taining eggs and then getting a comb
arouad under the bottom and fasten-
ing one end to the left corner tvnd
bringing it to the right and fastening
the other with cell cups down. Before
iie fastened this strip on he killed ev-
ery other egg and then placed the
comb in a hire that had been prepar-
ed the day previous.
He says: "The way in wliioh I pre-
pare my hive is take the queen and all
her brood except one comb to another
part iu the yard and set up a nuclues
hive. I shake all the bees from sev-
en combs and only leave the bees on |
the three combs to start the new col-
only. Now I have a hive booming
with bees to build cells."
1 now take the comb I left with
the brood in, move to the new hive
and leave the comb with tlie cell strip
under the bottom with egg3, for queen
cells are all the eggs that are in the
hive. I then go to the other hives
and get comb that has no eggs nor
brood in them and put into hive No. 1
and close it. On the fourth day af-
terward I open hive No. 1 and exam-
ine the comb containing cells, when I
generally have an average of obout
twelve cells. I then leave them un-
til they are twelve days old and then
I cut them out and place them in a
nucleus hive to hatch and be mated.
I forgot to say that whtn I got a
row of cells sealed I removed them to
a nucleus where I had previously re-
moved the queer, for this purpose and
I insert the second comb with anothei
row of cells and when they are nearly
completed I carry them to another
hive, insert cell of the former rearing
and have a qneen hatched in the hive
and have another or others, building
cells under the same management.
I find the queens are uniform in
size and color, that the bees aro bet-
ter workers, on an average, as well as
larger and gentler.
Paints and Oil, Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Pure Wines
and-Liquors for Medical Purposes.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. All Drugs Fresh
and Pure. Call andsee me at Welch and Dayis' old
stand West side Main street, Albany, Tezas.
n.h. burns &Co.
WHOLESALE -A-ICsTO EETAIL IDEJLXJBS I3ST
Staple and Fancy
Hay, corn, oats, bran and all kinds of feed stuff.
We are receiving and opening daily one of the nicest and
most complete lines of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots,
Shoes, Hats, Caps, Clothing and Gents' Furnish-
ing goods, ever shown in the west Our goods
were bought right and we propose to let
no house in this section under sell us.
We have no shody goods for sale,
but the best goods for the
money in the market.
Kindly call and examine our stock before making your fall
purchase. D. 0. McRIMMON & CO.
Tinware, Crockery, Stoves, Wood and Willow-ware and
I R. L_
BOOT AND SHOE
Wit! make Boots a
MaliTstreeMUm of the Ked Btwt
T. J. BOY ALL,
AND WOOD WORKMAN,
Horse Shoeing V Specialty Walnut street,
\ Albany, Texas.
PROPRIETOR OF THE*
I Restanrait and
Charter Oak and Brilliant Stoves, Glidden Fence
Perkins' wind Mill, white and New Home
THE FAITHFUL MOTHER.
S. F. COOK, Publisher.
F^in7IY, OCT. % 3S92.
For District 0 Die era
For County Officers....
For Precinct Officers.
STRICTLY IN ADVANCK.
UE >!■•>•'>1 l.l« Opportunity! DON'T Ml»
Wt YiMim, Uvnilfiv The innjority naglect their oii-
portanitien, hi,(I from that rnusa 1|v» In poverty and die in
obscurity t lUirowiuc ilonpuir is tlio lot of nutiijr. as they
• —w — * " ft - - ' - --fl—g ,J"
rl<»«t. opportunity. I.lib I» pars.
In*! Renoh (tilt. He up and doing. Improve your opportu-
, nirj, and socnreprosporUT. prominenuu. peace. It wit* auid
I by •phitoioplier, tlmt "the Uoddena of Foi lnne offers *
2.50 I *«i< lei* opportunity to eucli person ut torn*period of iife;
i J -1-- —---■ -K-*w-- rlcltei; full to do
•mlit-iicn the cimtire, nnd she potir» out h(
■o and slut depart#, tierer to return." If.
ow hIihII yon flrd
roil TIOiiKTS TO THOSE WHO ANNOUNCE.
The regular announcement rate will
bo charged parties who have their
names on the ticket and have not an-
the uoi.okn opportunity? luvesti^Ate rhitnce thet
appears worthy, and of fair prouiUe; that u what ell sue-
for District Judge 42nd Judicial Dis-
T. H. CONNOR
J. T. HAMMOMS
For District Attorney 42nd Judicial
F. S. BELL.
For County Judge.
' L. M. KEENER.
J. K. LEljR
J. K. WARREN.
J. A. KING-
Ifoi County and Distrct Clerk.
3. C. DODSON.
E- R. MANNING.
For Sheriff and Tax Collector.
W. A. WILLIAMS.
For County Treasurer.
D. S. CULLUM.
For Tax Assessor.
W. B. BIZZELL.
W. L. MANNING.
J. P. TAYLOR,
II. L. MUSE.
For Commissioner Precinct No. 1
C. W. ZUG.
D. G. SIMPSON.
Sor Commissioner Precinct No.3,
M. L. ELLIOTT.
Cossful men do. liore is un opportunity, suchee i» not often
within the roach o| laboring people. Improved, ii will givo,
at len«t. a irrnnd start in lire. The aoi.nuK opportunity for
many ie liore. Aluitfy to be uiade rapidly nnd honorably
by any industrious por on of either sex. All *#o». ^ on ran
do 'be work and live at home, wherever you are. ICven he-
giuiiera ate easily earning from #«"» to $l<) l>or day. You
can d« ft* well If you will work, not too bard, out inrioatrl-
onaiy; and you «uu incroaee your income »• you po on. Yon
can u'lve snare time ouly, or nil yonr time to the work. Eaey
to learn. Capital not ro'iuiraA. Wosttrtyoii. AH i» com-
paratively new nnd reaitT wonderful. We instruct and
o room to #*nl*ln here. Write and learn ell h-re,
Uliwiee t«» «lflay. ,1 ediwe.at once. H.
show you how. fVeew Kaflnro unknown among onr work
erg. m . .«-i. .
by rolni.. «• «■ —•- ■—^.,^,1 ■ »nvwi
Vailett <b !!•* ferlland, MmIuo*
Sij*;- - :.V~H" CAVSATg,
Kvr Information *«<! iron J&nnibook write, to
MUNN A CO.. m Phiia
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fMrtwit bureau for a<jcvi>r«ui;
'SterfetiRtont t.ihfi: o.-t h:
th^ public by c. notice r. hi,-"
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EXPERIENCE IN QUEEN REAR-
A correspondent of the Amerioan
Bee Journal has boen experimenting
for five yoai'B in qneen rearing, and
with as many methods as you could
guess in five minutes and with good
results. He first reared queens by
the "slam bang1' method—that is, to
remove a queen and let the hoes have
their own way in rearing or building
till second method was to
A faithful mother, who endeavors to
train her children by the best physical
intellectual and mural methods, lias a
great many trials. Tot only must she
endure the complaints and possible
rebellion of the boys and girls them-
selves, before fhey are able to appre-
ciate her motives or realize the im-
portance of the results to be obtained
but her difficulties are often increased
by friends and acquaintances. These
soU-appointed advisers treely express
their opinions of the folly, absurdity,
perhaps cruelty, exhibited in her man-
agement. A -certain eminent man
gives his brother all the praise for the
honors which he took easily at college
while those apparently more able had
failed. "They had never been taught
the power of concentration" was the
explanation, "and I can well
remember how my mother insisted
upon this one thing, in spite of the
interference of my grandmother and
two aunts." It had required all the
mother's force of character to act con-
trary to ihe wishes of her dear ones,
but her eyes were on the future, while
they thought only of the present.
And now the years have shown the
wisdom of her course they sincerely
regret having put obsacles in her way.
Baker wire, Scutt Glimer wire,
Studebaker wagons, Abbott Carriages, Mc-
Cormick Mowers and Reapers, Buckeye Hay Rakes and
Grain Drills, Budlong Disc Harrows, Casady
Riding Plow, Solid Comfort Sul-
PerMns7 Wind Mills and
We will meet the Pi ices of any Town
in West Texas, in any of the above
named Articles. N. H. BURNS & CO.
J. S. McCOMB,
Gb. A. HOWSLEY,
SuccMnorte Ilowsley Broa.
BlatbilUiiu and Vooflwori.
Horse shoeing a specialty. All work neatly and
promptly done. Main street near depot.
We are prepaired to do all /kinds of
custom work in grinding coi(n, chops,
etc., on short notice;
We have put in new machinery an
otherwise improved our gin stand and
can do as good work and as much of it
as any gin in northwest Texas.
S. F. CARROLL,
PROPRIETOR OP THE
Boot and Shoemaker,
HAN1>-SK\VED WOltK A ijl'ECIAl.l l'.
CHARACTER IN HAIR.
Did you ever know a woman's char-
acter can be read by her hair? Palm-
intry having gone out of date among
fashionable people, the unvailing of
the disposition may be done by a close
examination of my lady's locks.
If the hair shows much care, being
glossy, well kept and every pin in its
place, you may rely upon it that she is
a lady, born and bred, whether her
own or the deft fingers of a maid ar-
Gloss only comes from
constant attention, and the woman of
innate refinement is the one who lin-
gers over her toilet, revel? in baths
and adorns .shampoos. Therefore
sign number one reads truthfully.
Coarse hair shew* "lfffmble birth.
Brown hair, as a rule, of the peculiar
line character that makes it seem very
thin, will indicate a good disposition.
Hair that splits in the ends is a repro-
acBtaiou ot the owner's tendency to
quarrel and have bickerings and dif-
ferences 011 all occasions. Black,
glossy hair shows treachery; blonde,
tlaffy hair weakness and vanity, and
red bair, temper, but truthfulness.
Tho sort of hair known as drab, the
kind so hard to match, and awfully
high priced when one wants a false
bang, reads thus—highly s«csitive
and touchy. Either dye your locks
or expect to be read of all men, for
though hands sometimes lie hair nev-
er doos.'^-Loutsville Courier Journal.
NO CLOUD WITHOUT RAIN.
A very curious fact is that a cloud is
always raining. Ev?n in summer,
when the cloud over our head is white
the drops are falling from it. But
they are very small and they evapor-
ate before they reach tho earth. In
evaporating they pass from the cloud
partiole stage to the haze particle
remove stage ; from saturation to siuiplo con-
all brood from a colony aud give them d«usaUon, or the dry dust particles on
The most complete and best
selected stock of Dry Goods,
Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Clothing, Ladies and Gents'
furnishing Goods, Millinery,
etc., ever brought to North-
west Texas. These goods have
been bought right and will
stand competition with any
house in the State. Don't buy
until you have seen them.
A. J. CENTER,
At the old stand west side of
Public Square, Albany, Tex.
QuHiy First u&Atoays.
T, iT, jESLixiciel,
Has exclusive sale of these celebrated glasses in
ALBANY, : : : TEXAS.
KELLAM & MOORE,
The only manufacturing Opticians In tlio South,
r»yro<ld!ers are not supplied with these
which the condensation took place
may be left perfectly dry It is a
general truth that when a cloud is
formed it begins to rain. Tho min-
ute particles of water come down in
millions. The distance they fall de-
pends on their size. If the air the
cloud rests on js dry fml warm they
do not got far. If it is chilly they
collect in masses and form drops of
rain that reach the earth.—[Dallas
ALL THAT HE ASKS.
"Laura," said George, with an ea-
ger restless, yearning in his gaze,
"may I ask a favor of you dorrP
They had sat in the darkenod par-
lor for hours in the eloquent commun-
ion of soul to soul, that needi no ar-
ticulate sound to give it language.
But something impelled Georgo to
speak. The longing that surged np
from his very heart must find express-
ion in words. Therfore he had spo-
"What is it, GeorgeP" she whisper-
"It may involve some sacrifice on
your part, darling. But, believe me
Laura, it is for the best."
"What is it, "eorge?" sho repeated
in a voice that trembled as if with a
vague foreboding of a coming disaster.
"You will belelve me dearest," he
said, with an agitation becoming
every moment more uncontrollable,
"when I say that I am driven to ask it
by circumstances over which I have no
control; that I have pondered long
orer it and am not acting under hasty
"Yes! yes!" the beautiful young
girl exclaimed with quivering lips.
"What is it you usk, George? What
"Darling, be said, ami tile .rild im-
ploring look in his face thrilled her to
the utmost depths of her being, "I
wish you would sit on the other knee
awhile, this one is getting horribly
On Saturday night Oct. 22,—1892
Hon. J. T. Harris, of Dublin, Texas,
will speak at the Court House in Al-
oany Texas, advocating true Democ-
racy in the interest of the Hon.
George Clark for governor of Texas.
Mr. Harris is undoubtedly one of the
most eloquent speakers in the stato, nnd
all who have hoard him will so testify.
He is "embarrassed with a confederate
record' and attended a moeting of the
Veterans Association at Albany last
All those who come out to hear
him, it matters not what your politioal
faith may bo, will be highly entertain-
ed. The followers of Gov. Hogg
and Judge Nugent are cordially invit-
ed to be present. The ladies aro es-
pecially invited to lend their presence
on this occasion, as no one in the
state has a higher regard for woman's
influence In public affuirs thilu Judge
Music by the Albany Cornet B»hd.
Great bargains In poors and Sash. A second
liarnl uprlgU piano hi good tune for sale or
Slid see it, north side public square
Hobs, Sip ani CarriagePalnter
Paper Hanging A Specialty.
PROPRIETOR OK THE
A. N. WILLIAMS.
Chimney building a Specialty.
Albany, = ; Texas.
J. JAY MEYER,
All business will receive prompt attention.
Office at the oourt houss Albany, Texas.
A<;t on a new principle—
tegol&te the Uver, etomoch
•nil bowels throuqh the
nerves. Db. Milks' Pills
tpetdily cure liiliouBness,
torpid liver and co&Btlpt-
Uon. Smallest, mildest,
surest I 50 doses,25 ota.
Stunploe free at druairiete.
Dr. Ella V'* *•., ElUurt, M.
J. P. LOWEKY, Proprietor.
Good accommodations and rates
reasonable. North Second St.
13 rugs nnd IWoclioiiicis
School Supplies, Confectionery,
Cigars and Tobacco.
MORAN, - TEXAS.
14 YEARS SUFFERiNG
BY 8 BOTTLES OF
ft E8TO NATIVE
guys A. F. Stark,
JPcnn Yon, N, x,
. "10 Years cf Sick
> by Two 1 otnos."
tawa, Ohio. Mcr-
Tine \» tho quick
renpdy for AleeplctsneM
Kptlepiy;Ht. VKa*' liance,Opium fluhtt,
K«r»«as wy"T»«P»ln,Hy«lerf:i CMTnUlnna,
Neuralgia*, i'aritlysU, •*©. Thousands lettify.
Trial Bottle au<1 Elegant Book Yreo at drugglat*,
INI* MILES* MEDICAL. CO., Elkhart, In4.
Sold by T, <1. Kindel.
J. A. KING.
Att'y at law and N. P.
Wilkinson & King
Law, Lit. Loan, Im and Collecting Agents,
WE BEFBR BY I'liliMlSKION TO
Fikst National Bank, Albany, Texas; First National Bank, Itasca, Texas;
Fakmeks National Bunk, HUlsooro, Texas.
We represent as sole agents a number of small improved farms, cpnsisting
of as good as there is in the county, and some fine improved ranches which
we will sell at low prices and 011 easy terms. We represent thousands of
acres of unimproved arable lands at very low figures. It will pay you to
look at some of this property before buying.
We represent some very desirable resident and business properties both
improved and unimproved, and aro sole agents for "Nixon's Addition."
This property is admirably located for beautiful homes; water as "pure as
crystal" can be obtained at a depth of from 15 to 20 feet in abundance;
besides thero are several large pools of water sufficient, for running any kind
of machiuery. Now is the time to buy * lot.
We have now ready for use and nearly completed a full set of abstract
books to all lands and town lots in Shackelford County, giving every deed,
power of attorney, mortgage, tax sale will, judgement community inventory,
order and decrco of court and everything in any way affecting titles from tho
state down to present owners. This work has been done at considerable cost
to us ami no pains has been spared to make it.complete in every detail, our
Mr. J. M. Philips, than whom there aro none be ter posted or more compe-
tent for this business, has been in charge of this department for nearly one
year and will be pleased to show you through the several large volumes Con-
taining the work, or take your orders tor abstracts.
Our Mr. J. A King is in charge of this department and will attend prompt-
ly and correctly to all business in this line, and will give special attention to
land litigation, redeeming laud sold for taxes or re-establishing the claims of
rightful owners to lands.
We reresent a number of substantial insurance companies o.'i l' "Witt—giv
good rates and prompt attention to all business in thi<$ line.
Wkgive prompt attention to collections and guarantiee satisfaction. We
solicit you patronage.
We loan money on farms and farm land in amounts to suit borrowers at a
low raie of interest.
Whether seller or purelnv-er, or whether in need of abstracts or litigation
attended to, or whether wanting insurance, collections, or to borrow money,
give us a share of your business and we promise our best attention and hciirty
appreciation. Thanking you for past favors we are very respectfully.
WILKINSON & KING.
J.F. Collins & Son,
Wholesale and Retail
Quoensware, Stoves, Corn, Oats, Bran, Hay, Farm Imple-
Give us a call and we will show you in our Hardware
Department a nice line of
"New Process" Gasoline stoves, stovo trimmings, tiHware, Quoensware,
glassware, crockery, table and pocket cutlery, carpenter's tools, mattocks,
axes, garden and field hoes, the "Garland" sulky plow, walking plows, double
shovels' Georgia stocks steel plow shapes of all kinds, Clark's cutaway har-
row, road carts, wagon and buggy harness, plow gear, and one hundred other
things too tedious to mention hero. We carry a fall line of feed stuff and our
Is always full and complete with everything fresh and good to eat. In fact
you will find in onr large stock nearly evory thing you want except dry goods.
We buy and sell all kinds of country produce, hides, furs, wool and pecans.
Many, many thanks to our friends who have favored us with their patron-
age, and we promiso you bottom prioes, fair and square dealing and polite
ttention at all times. J. V. COLLINS & SON.
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