Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 231, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 13, 1888 Page: 3 of 4
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C. GGARBkHI^Is hereby snnouni
the democratic nominee for judg.> of the
Judiciil District composed of Washh
Lee, ud Burlaw r» counties, at ensuing
RLANL> fte a candidatelor re-eleetloi
office of LI
trict J udg« of the 21st]u-
• first Tuesday in No-
JTOR UltlSIOT ATfOENEt.
it bodied to announce SAM G.
the democratic nominee for
office of District Attorney
Judicial District, at the ensuing
for district cl**k.
We are auth<*ixed to ann
HRRBST as th« democi
ounce Xr. C F.
, democratic noiewee for re-
cleetion -to the |offi«e of District Clerk of
"Washington county, at the ensuing election
so 8. IX
for District 01<
the ensuing el
*• m for
Wo are' auth
inaun county, __
The Banner isaaflioriied to announce Dr.
J. A. FIELDS, of Lee, as the Democratic
nominee for Hoajer representative to the
Legislature, fitftBthfc^lotorijl district com-
posed of Wash%on7 Le« and Burleson
count'e-. ^|f,j f ft p | jf
cor 8tatk senator.
E. G. MAEt ZB Is hereby announced as
the democratic nominee for State Senator
from the 12th Senatorial district at the en-
auing cUMDgrfra^trict is composed of
ror cocNxr judok.
W« aceauthlrind to announce LAFAT-
RjfKKfRK aim* democratic nominee for
re-election to the office of County Judge of
Washington counts, at the tnsuing election:
to imkk1iam ba7thb».*
you arc hereby authorized to announce
my nan# as * candidate for the office of
County joflfcrbf Washinirton county, at the
ansuinic November election.
J. E. GRAY.
We areaitf rizefito announce HUGH M.
Llf'il'l1-' jn.#t 4> moctatic nominee for re-
election %othe offlcc of County Clerk of
Washington county, at the ensuing election.
Wa are authorised tp annonnco W. C.
B«PWcTrl as a candidate for County
dmm KlftSon first Tuesday in November
for county attorney.
We are authorised to announce BEN S.
ROGKBS as the democratic nominee for re-
election t«.thc ofllce of County Attorney of
Washington county, at the ensuing c'eition.
rot TAX AliSKSSOR.
We aro authorized to announce E. G.
LANGHAMMER us the democratic nomi-
nee for Tax Afs$ssor of Washington county
at the cjjsuii
Wl hft lutheriwid to announce SAM
SCHLENKEK as the democmtic romioee
for re-election to the office of Tax Collector
of Washingi-on County at the ensuing elect-
to announce Mr. C.
TlTZas the democratic nominee for
re-election to the offico of County Treasurer
of Washington county at the ensuing eleet-
We aro authorize
y tof sbuukf.
authorized to announce N. E.
DEVIR as the democratic nominee for re-
election to the office of£heriff of Washington
county, ot the ensuing election.
to aBnouneo W. R.
as the democratic
nominee forre«election to the office of coun-
ty Surveyor ot Washington county at the
enuripg flection. |
: * for county commissioner.
We are authorized to announce Mr. E.
REICHARDT as the democratic nominee
for County Commissioner from Precinct No.
8 at the ensuing election.
We «ra authorised to announce E. J.
IfEINASTas a candidate for County Com-
net No. 4, at the ensuing
>y announced as a
to the officeot Coun-
ter pf Precinct No. 4, at the
Of THE PRAC*.
to announce E. P.
ratie nominee for
Peace of Precinct No. 3, at
lorlsed to announce my
toftr Justice of the Peace
Blec'i^rTl t- Tuesday in November.
, _ W. H. VINSON.
for Ooaitabla of Precinct No. S» mt tho No-
- ~%mml jj&iiaAlk
Sebkkadib—The report of the
speaking on Thursday night closed
too late to admit of any mention of
a serenade tendered to Judge Cook
at the Exchange hotel later on.
The judge's speech had the effect to
aroaM more enthusiasm than has
been witnessed in this city in many
a day. The boys, old and young,
after the speaking felt so good that
they could not be restrained scarcely
from making a whole night of it.
After marching around the streets
and giving Tent to their enthusiasm
in varous ways they called about 11
o'clock at the Exchange hotel with
the brass band and tendered Judge
Cook a serenade. The distinguished
speaker appeared on the front gal-
lery and acknowledged the compli-
ment in a few graceful remarks,
when some one yelled oat "Come
and take a schooner of beer with us."
The judge at first begged to be ex
cased, but the invitation was so
pressingly extended and insisted
upon thill he was compelled to go
with them. The band kept playing
at short intervals, but it was notice-
Able that "Dixie" was nearly the
only tune that waB played. The
Cause of thie was that an old farmer
i wbo came te the city in search of
cotton pickers and who had been a
soldier in the confederacy, fell into
the crowd, and he made an agree-
ment wjth the boys to "set 'em up"
every time they played that piece.
He not only set up tl»6 bee/ but
lunch likewise. It was after one
o'clock in the morning before the
AssiOnkd. — Shortly before 1
o'clock on Friday afternoon a deed
of assignment was file ! in the coun-
ty clerk's office,, by the of
which Mr. L. A. Niehbur, who has
boen doing business for some time
past iu the Abbott building at the
southeast corner of the courthouse
square, transferred all of his real
and personal property except such
as is exempt by law, to C. It. Breed-
love for the benefit of accepting
creditors, The liabilities as stated
in the instrument of assignment
foot up between nine and ten
thousand dollars. The amount of
the assets is not stated. Mr. Nieh-
bur has been in business in this
city for several years, and made an
assignment about two years ago.
120 tioz. different Burners and
Lamp Trimmings received at
wholesale and retail, at
KNOOJ> $ SCAAWB.
I. H. Bowuts, Esq., who was in
tto city on Thursday >night from
Giddings, informed the Banner re-
porter that an effort would be made
to hold a grand barbecue and rally
of the democracy of Lee county on
the 1st of November. He secured a
promise from Judge Gustave Cook
after the speaking on courthouse
square to go to Giddings and deliv-
er an address to the people. Other
distinguished speakers will be in-
vited to be present.
•'j »• y.
Get prices on Lamps, Glass and
China ware elsewhere, then covbc
tons, r©» will say the cheapest
house in town • '
the district court,
on Monday, cfe
before it and adj
the term on Frida;
turned six new
ment. The toi
ments found by;
ing the entire
session is thirt;
About a Pore-closure
At a fore closure sale of oi
largest and best manufacti
New York we were on hi
reedy Cash and secured at
est sacrifice the choicest
Ladies Wraps and Jackets, Misses
.—.. • ™ • 1' * wf offer
itMH A Co.
fi |s qlport/of tb*spa«lMf on
Thursday night fte ^ajtnw was sot
able in the brief efaos of time at
*>*vSm lo do justice to Mr. fel
&sJ3& It is wooded **
for a twenty-minutes talk, he made
He said that some people were too
much disposed to look upon politi
and the tariff question as a uh
sentiment, whereas it was one of the
FOE FALL AMD WINTER,
Press Goods in all NewFa-
bricks and Colore wilh Trim-
mings and liaitonsto Match?
Read Youi Latest Fashion
And Come In
We will show you the
Goods and defy
We hold our Zicglar Shoes,
Clothing, and Summer Goods
at cost, of which we have a
F. A. Eldridge.
Sevebai, of the candidates for
county offices went out yesterday to
Independence to feel the pulse of
the voterB in that neighborhood.
Bellflower Apples at F. Kiber's.
— ——^ W"'" . ;
There will be a public gathering
at Long Point on to-morrow, the oc-
casion being the mee|ipg of the
shdoting club there for prize-shoot-
mg. The candidates have all been
invited to be present.
Retiring from the Clothing bus-
iness we offer Gent's and Youth's
Clothing at les# thau cost. Gents
Furnishing Goods at veiy low prices.
I. LorwTWUtEis & Co.
There is no time to be lost in
making arrangements for the bar-
becue in this city, and the committee
appointed to see after it should not
fail to get together as soon as pos-
sible, appoint sub-com'uittees and
go to work.
Special Bargain Counters every
Saturday ana Monday.
I. Loewensteis & Co.
The merchants complain that the
iow prices of cotton are affecting
their trade seriously. The farmers
decline to sell at the present figures,
and as the most of them have no
monev trade is dull.
For tho benefit of all wo have
concludcd to offer our entire stock
at oost at tho
Miw York Store.
The committe appointed to make
arrangements for tho democratic
barbecue in this city, on November
1st, and which was to have met at
Mr. B. 8. Rogers' offiae yesterday
afternoon, failed to hold a meeting
or to do anything, although at dif-
ferent times one or two at a time
called at the place of meeting and
finding nobody there left. The
committee will probably meet this
Drink Carleton and Nash's Vichy
Everybody is interested in our
Shoe Depart ment where we offer
greet attractions in our Ladies Salter
Lewin Kid Button Shoes at $2.50
School Button Shoes #1.50
Spring-heel Shoes at reduced
Boy's Congress or Laec Shoes at
(1.60 worth f 2.
Gent's Congress Shoes #2.50.
It will pay you well to < all and
examine before buying elsewhere.
I. Loewrnstkin & Go.
The public free sskools at JSions
Will open on llendgf with
Prof, ft g, Qoodlett ir charge-
Oar lino ot Ladies', Hens', Boys'
and Children's shoes can not bo
boat, and when we say cost on
those goods, yoa are sure to save
50 per ccnt. by purchasing from us
Ifirw York Store.
laiactor of the defendant
in the case of Albert Johnson, who
is also a preacher.
/ foit bje**.—ihe house now ©c
M Nash, possession
given November 1st.
The infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. WifJearcy, whose serious
illness was mentioned iu this pa-
per, died on Thursday night, and
the funeral took place to the old
cemetery at 9 o'clock the flowing
Col. Gidmnos spoke at Cameron
yesterday and will speak at Temple
to-day, returning home to-night.
Buy your Huts and Millinery
Goods at \
I. Loewfkstejn fi Co's.
Where they will sell you a single
Hat with trimmings and trimmed to
order at Short hoticc. -v -"«*•»
Mrs. Julia Daahiell went to Chap-
pell Hill yesterday to visit friends.
Oar entire line of Clothing for
Men, Boys and Vot^hs must be
oioaed oat, as they were bought #t
less than manufacturers' cost,
therefore, we can «»y that oor cost
ts 90 per cent, less than tbey can
he bought trom any wholesale
house at the
New York S*ork.
Buy Dr. Matbo's cough drops for
v-oughR and colds. Sure cure. For
sale by all druggists and confec
tioners. Manufactured by F■ Kilx;r,
Labt evening Mrs. L. J. Speucer,
who has been -in failing health for
the past year, was reported to be in
a dying-condition and was not ex-
pected to live through the night.
All of the members of her family
have been summoned to her bed-
IX>NT MISS THE CHANCE.
Fine cloth and gold bound novels
by tho most Popular Authors.
Regular priccs $1.50 now only
cents. School books still at cost at
- * K. R. Franklin's.' *
North Sid« 8quare.
i fi, SfJ J ' . t
Miss Mollie Martin, of Taylor, ar-
rived in the city yesterday to visit
her sister, Miss Amelia Martin, who
is one of the popular and efliciep^
teachers in the public schools. "
, , SEE 1
What twenty five cents will buy
It will buy a nicoLamp all com-
plete worth 75 cents.
It will buy 1-2 dozen Goblets
wortb 75 cents.
it will buy 1-2 dozen Tumblers
worth 75 cents.
It will buy 9 cakes of fine Toilet
Soap worth 75 cents.
It wi|l buy 3 boxes pf Paper,
Each bo* containing 2 packages
of Paper and 2 ot Envelopes.
f School books still at cost.
i E. R. F*AN*lin£ |
North Side Square.
United States Marshal John T.
Rankin arrived in the city ylstatday
from San Antonio on private busi
liaisons. Fresh Almonds,
Fresh English Walnuts, Frosh Fi I-
bcrls, Fresh Brazilian Nuta.
• 1; * II. Fisher.
Mrs. A. H. Upshaw and Miss
Bettie Upshaw, of Gay Hill, were in
the city yesterday. They left in
the afternoon to visit friends at
Gassendi compared memory to
liuen or paper folded up, contauiing
carefully within its folds tlie truths
which are there wrapped up for fu
Superintendent Flynne, whose
illness was chronicled in the Ban.
nek a day or two ago, has sufficient-
ly recovered to resume his duties at
the schools. ,
FOR DARK NIGHTS bay your
Lanterns and Lamps. You will
save monoy hy buyng from
Knoop & Schawe.
F. M. Cabiness, of Brantley, and
J, P. Sandifer, of W'hitesville, L» i
are registered at the Pennington
Everybody most como and look
at our line of Cloaks, especially
the closest buyer at the
' ! New York Store.
Go to sec Tuteiu this evenly at
t!ic Grand Opejra House in "Siruck
Plushes. Novelty tod Plain Yel
vets. Striped and Moire Silks, Silk
Passamenteries, Braided Setts and
Dress Braids in endless variety.
L Loewknsteijt & Co.
Mrs. John Ik Ptawellen, of
Grimes county, is in the cjtp visit-
ing Mrs. Beverly Garrett .
Full line ojVHair B^he»^clotJ«
Our oW«bi-ated nndiessed K|d
Glove at worth fl.»V.
Glace Kid Glovs at 75 ceilts worth
$1. r • ^ ' ,r*
Please call and examine befors
L Loewemstux A Co.
The "Struck G«s" company will
appear at the Grand Opera House
this evening. Tutein. the charming
soubrctte, api>ei 8 befor^he Bren-
ham pubhs h* the first tfrlo.
Remember whon advertise
cost wo mean it. Our stock is
very largo and must be rednood by
January 1st, therefore we offer it
at cost at the
New York Store.
. j -*» . i" 1.' f
Mavou Wiuins U again reported
on the rack Jist. Hie illws is njA
JAPANESE Cnstocu of Perfum
ing—Pot-Pouni. Call and aapt-iit,
andtjie new line of odorsljA,
oarukjs a nASH s.
Di\ T. 0. Hynes, who was mar-
ried on, TWVFfcfc «v'en
ing, was kept busy yesterday receiv-
ing the rongratulatious of his
ECUPsk Milk Sh!»kfi
Casleton A Nash.
said that these girls from "In<U*Y <*rsl
Rtraud" rojVresent all the virtues iMnont
of tho vices common
domestic. Thiy ;r.
the lriteberi, eat ticare
leftover from a thes^'hovvHO ttnpe-
cunious relatives to supply wMi sugar
nn<l apices, do not want to go So a picnic
every week, and never givei notice that
they are going to leave jpsfc befoe house
cleaning time. 'fliey jm represented
us quick to learu, while they coo-
sMrr obedience a* a virtue. They
xoon acquire enough "t the Xibgtilh lan-
guage to enable tliem to understand all
that is sniti to tlwflv about thefc wwh, hul
never ieani tlie woods necessary to Use
"in jawing back." Tbey an scrupu-
lously neat nml orderly ir. dotag.,tfafi^
work. When It Is completed they go to
tlx-ir own apartments and nothing is
heard from them.
It ia thought that tbefOshion of em-
ploying Indian servants will Attend from
palace to mansion and (ram there to
smaller houses. With all tbe complaints
altout the difficulty of obtaining employ-
ment in Great Britain, most housekeepers
have trouble in securing domestics. As
a rule no girl will acoept domestic ser-
viee if sho can obtain employment in a
store, shop or factory* There (has Iwen
so much said nnd written about higher
Denotations for women that few are
willing to work on tho ground floor o( a
Female human nature Is the same in
America as In England. The disposition
in l>oth countries to to leave tho occupa-
tions that are (airly remunerative and
which offer constant employment tot
those where the pay is small and the
tenure uncertain. Housework ia con*
sldered as menial, while doing piece-
work in a faetorv is regarded as elevat-
ing. It is claimed that there la a'
certain independence about work in
a factory that does not pertain to
employment in a private ; house.
Tlie sort of Independence that girls
have In establishments where cloth Is
made"into garments that are to be sold
to n great clothing house has been shown
in the various articles now being printed
in the newsimperd. An exhibit has also
been made of the pay they receive. ;A
better state of things exiirta in factories
where wool and cpttpn are converted
(ntQ cloth, and even In places where
cloth is made into garments trf the Arms
that sell them directly to oust outers, hut
iu neither case is there as large pay, as
good treatment, or as nujch leisure sa
can be fqund in a private houso presided
over by an Intelligent woman.
In a factory a girl learns scarcely any-
thing tliat will be of.benefit to her if aho
ever has a house to teep of lier own. In
tbe bouse of another, managed as the
home of a refmedjfamfly, she will halve
an opportunity of learning utmost every-
thing that will bp of a^vnntage to her In
after life. She can f#cquire the art ot
cooking, if bIio Is ^deficient in It, /
nan and a WcWiar
mestics take an intfre«t in them aarf aro
Ofdlfianty good friends to them, ft ia
hardly tq l>e espeotflthat tho ovefsier
of fifty liersons \\ ill take an interest in
any of them.—Chicago Times.
Optimistic View of I.tfr.
' Putting aside tho question of revealed
religion, |KKits and philosophers l»avo be-
gun to see a dignity in human nature, a
wisdom and lieautv h life as wo know
it, and to nUindan those tlartr and dan-
gerous s|ieculations which most enm-
monly leyd thought into gloom and <fc-
spondencv. Things exist according to
fixed laws, some of which wo liavo dis-
covered and know to bo just, W'e reason,
therefore, that Umbo laws which we
have not yet jiejietrated, and may never
lienetrate, whoso manifestations seem
cruel and unjust, would, i( properly un-
derstood, I* found equally beneficent.
Let us, therefore, ot>ey thoso kiw i which
we comprehend, bear with patience that
which we control, hold fast to tho happi-
ness which ci
Especially let us recogniie ourselves as
a j>art of humanity. I*-t us bo charita-
ble nnd sympathetic, so thpt olhev4 will
grant us similar favors aw! the stttn of
happiness bo increased. Let us not oarso
men for faults for which from the
ture of humanity tbev are not
hie. Let us rather study the csfaSM (<
those faults (ind try (f there be remedies
for them. Let us consider tltat nations
;tc only aggregations of single men,
ench of whom is bound by the sums
limitations as ourselves.—Ghartea
Ilildreth in American Magacine.
El Paso and Califorma OMpes, ft-
ccived daily atKibers.
Pins, sum piicils,
eAA » fall sroMplQr of
e ait o
MAIN STREET, BKBHHAM TIXAS.
■# 11 in ii i—ssaa^—.—i——
!tat«rs's (tweet Restorer.
Sleep is the beat medicine, the
sorest reatorativc, worth more
than all the nostrums, specifics and
curatives. Early rising is posi*
tlvely ininrious to health unless it
is preceded by early retiring. Be-
tire at nine and rise at five, or
retire at ten and rise at six. This
gives nature enough for sleep, pro-
vided not more than hall' an hour
is lost in falling asleep, otherwise
making the time for rising half an
hour later. Never rise immedi.
ately on, wakening. It is too severe
a strain on the system Never
force or drag a child out of bed
the moment he is awakened.
Never rouse him out of a sound
sleep; iha nervous system may be
wrecked tor life thereby. Never
force a child to bed before ho is
•leepy. It is both cruel and inju.
rious to do so. 1 Always ease your
neves by pleasant reading or com
venation before retiring, so that
you mav fall asleep as soon a yoa
reach the bed. Don't sleep under
heavy cover. It will interfere
with tbe circulation of your blood,
and cause you unpleasant dreams.
Two comtortables, or a comforta-
ble and a blanket, are entirely
sufficient. Always have plenty of
flresb atr m your ned room. Even
in tbe coldest weather the sash of
a window may be lowered an inch
to admit fresh air. Tbe tempera-
toe of the bedroom fhonld not be
above 65 de^.^xl youare a lather
or a mother, never send your child
to bed'crying or angered or under
.# ^ ^ ^
All Pertahable Oeods on Ice.
Cabbage on Ice,
Apples on Ice,
Cream Cheese on Ice,
Swiss Cheese cm Ice,
Kansas Creamery Butter on lee,
Sour Kraut and Pickles on Ice,
Maoketal and Earring on lee.
All those goods are stored ia my
new Cold Dry Air Refrigerator and
iri }iU'K> !'■ '• JR. Jftisnn.
3.: • ft
FBBM LONE MTJJt BEER
On tap every day, at the T
' •> hmi O. K.&MMt,
We caHWpedal attWidli Wa the
New and Pratt* Wi
Hats, being sold 1
and Are. Barkley, west <
Contractor in Tin and I
Iron Work. All sorts ot ref
doneon shortjptico.; ^Vf
>citee. . ti.s
A spotted pointer
will please return
liira to ttiB
I1AILV TO OPFKR AT
Next Door te F.
: i.T} >4
ALLKIND^OF • -
countered in tliose great
stores. A set off foe its
I»ii<lun nnd FkmIi Rlmflai|MI>>
1 <ondon shopkeepera expect their cus-
tomers to know what they want and take
it if they lind it; French shepkoepen dis-
play more wares on their counters than
tbey have got on their slielveslrt the
of tempting weak human nature-
weak feminine nature—to buy what ia
shown, whether needed or not. Ii^a
London shop a customer will always *fce
treated with great civility; in a French
(.hop a customer will not be treated at all
tomer is to be encount
the co-operative stores.
unpleasantness in this case, liowevenJa
rates, -Ohve Logaminfti ?i W& H
light Is tfllo
dogs thnt will
will ever so go«d, the
involuntarily opena. a
jicr answers very w<®,
bly tl»e best, «s4t flan
nod wiU eerily
t snuff ia
«n#e Ihr Wails.
It Is hoi# fairly established that
the common wart, which is so un-
sightly and often so proliferous on
tbe hands and face, can be easily
removed by small doles of a«lpba»e
of msgnesfa takeif internally. M.
Colrat, of Lyons, baa drawn atten-
tion to this extraordinary fact
Several children treated with three*
grain doses of Epsom salte morn,
ing and evening, were promptly
cured. M. Aubert cites the ease of
a woman whose lace was disfigured
by these excresoenoes, and who
was cured in a month by a dram
and a half of magneria taken daily.
Another medical asan reports a case
of veiy large watts which disap-
peared ia a fortnight from the daily
administration of tea grains of tb«j
i ml " -
600 Boxes Pine Crackers! In
stprn m4 for aale at
wlte ro* • >• !
,, •* *»»■» j
Tbe undertakers seem to be in
kagae with thedoetors. At the inter-
national convention of undertakers
recently held at Baltimore the New
York delegation protested against
members of tbe trade advertising in
the newspapers as a breach of
fhteional ethics With tt\e ;~
to kill off thair patients and the nn
dertakers to atiok them under the
greoad withoet anybody knowing
it, the eoroner would stand a poor
• W bej: fk
door fo 1
A large assortment of 6,10, and
» ceetgoods jawtarrived, -;:t#
in ■■ . K»se A-.gcnawn.
,$ntm ? M Per Bent *: i»11 1 ■l! ■
The Gngliah Society
and demonstmteaJset uh
accepted) Mi jbe*
I that mind
wi la furnished bjr the
l>emoci»t. + «»«>.»>.
biida have but fo^r «r firs
Once s Week,
Storvroom neat to J. L.
tutu Till ull
Carleton hnd'Aish, for fine Toflet
New L. L. Kaisins, New C«MhMs,
and Corblen Dried Peaches to
arrive. Also Preserves «pd JU^Ieis
in palls; Plum;
thepound—ala«®e lot of
and CsnnedtlKaaMKlM ^»b,
Lunch Tongue, PreahSakaa^
ster, Imported Sandisa 9a OCDre
/ a* • —
ullj oarulfv^ :w9wxxum 'l|vrl p
FBESfi OOBttTO r
Mackerel^ 'Rolled Spiced
A li _^.tf ...„.
rioea to salt
Goods delivered ran to any part
of the f M
Call aad he oMvti
Prioes are Low and
Thassost Charming and
Sottbrettes ' m #
f A >* -J
la the New Musical Comedy ia
4« do*, different styles Jbantsrae,
«<nh «'ki I A 8o»Awa.
and a general assort
Bpokntef- ..; ['•
Srf 4., nm wms
Every dry. Headquarters for
Lone Star Beer, at the
O. K. Saloon.
4 SlIMOrt^ 'ho |J|M .1
i, T. CUONIN. m
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Garrett, O. H. P. Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 231, Ed. 1 Saturday, October 13, 1888, newspaper, October 13, 1888; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth481238/m1/3/: accessed February 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.