Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 292, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 12, 1889 Page: 2 of 4
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THE DAILY BANNER.
O. KAN'KIN, Proprietor.
H P. OARHKTT. Editor
Thursday, December 12, 1889.
It is pira> out that the territory of
Idaho will be admitted to statehood
at the present session of congress.
The Cronin case aud the lawyers
and juors engaged in the trial fur
the time being appear to have fudid
Tuk Houston Herald iiiihwhu'i b
that it will shortly issue a special il-
lustrated edition in the interest of
The lunatic Blair bill and tin-
Sherman electoral bill will jut-vmt
the iuembers of the Fifty first con-
gress from d\ ing with ongwec.
Tut lust literary contribution of
lion. Jefferson Davis was an article
recently published in Belford s Mag-
azine showing the unconstitation
ality of the protective tai iff system
Rkiermw to B. Harrison s mes
sage, the Philadelphia Record says
that '"lie skirts around the ragged
edge of dangerous topics and hides
himself in a wilderness of detail.'
dallas reports two eveiling <><•
currences in one day in which the
deadly revolver figures. This is a
kind of way of putting on metropol-
itan style that is not commendable.
D jm Pedro says that if the Bra-
zilian republic should prove a fail-
ure and his peopie should ev< r
want him to come back and rule
over them lie
would obey the hiiin-
An insolent United States marshal
at Charleston, West Virginia, got. his
jaws boxed for remarking in the
presence of an ex-Confederate and
democrat that Jefferson Davis ought
to be buried in the potters' field.
The contested election committee
appointed by (Speaker Kea<l is strong
on both sides. The democrats will
be represented on it by their best
fighters. For his fairness in this
regard the speaker deserves credit.
Jcdoi.no the proposed Sherman
bill on its merits, the Providence
Journal says that a federal election
law sectional in its nature and in
tended simply as a weapon of p
Ban waifare is foredoomed to
Yksteuday was a memorable day
throughout the South. It was the
funeral day of Jefferson Davis, and
never in any city in this section was
a funeral witnessed to equal it in
impressiveness and imposing gran
deur and solemnity.
A Dallas man attempted to com
mit suicide on Monday by shooting
himself with a pistol. Two of the
balls missed him entirely mid the
third hit him in the leg. His bad
marksmanship is accounted for by
the fact that the weapon was one of
those villainous British bulldog
In view of the dissensions among
the Kansas republicans over the
question of a resubmission of
the prohibition issue the
appointment by B. Harrison of a
Brewer to the vacancy on the United
States supreme court bench looks
significant as a tip to the g. o. p. in
the jayhawker state.
BrviNi; on the installment plan is
ail attractive and tempting device
and plunges many people hopelessly
into debt. The Galveston Tribune
says that buying a home on the in-
stallment plan "to save rent," as it is
put by the real estate agents, is like
robbing Peter to pay Paul, and that
the only way yet discovered to save
rent is to move every month.
The proprietor of the New York
Hotel placed the flag on the build
at half mast the morning that Hon.
Jefferson Davis' death was announc-
ed. The bloody-shirt Tribune and
Mail and Express denounced him in
bitter terms. But the proprietor
ably defended himself on the ground
that he honored him for his services
to his country before the secession.
suitress the deadly weapon.
It is claimed by some writers that
crime is produced by a kind of wave
current and that it becomes epidemic
•ike some kinds of disease In this
state it is not necessary to indulge
in any such finespun theories to ac-
count for the prevalence of clime,
and of that species, especially,which
| comes under the head of murder,
j The fearful and causeless tragedy
j whi.-h occurred in the courthouse at
Marshall last, week, followed by a
j number of others and including two
; in Dallas in one day. has set the
! pn ssi to talking again about the
| cause or causes of these repeated
i • i Hues and tho preventive. Nearly
ail of the papers are agreed that the
ii.discriminate practice of carrying
c Uicealed weapons is one of the
jo'eatf d. inducements to the crime
! of murder in Texas And, yet.
: among this number are several pa
| per* which, when it was proposed to
j suppress the practice of carrying
pi-tohs and other deadly weapons by
| 1111■ i easing the penalty, strenuously
objected and bitterly fought the pro
posed amendments, giving as all ex
I c.i-,e that if made no difference how
severe the law should be made
j a/ain-t the practice it would not. be
j obeyed by the lawless, criminal ele.
mint, and that the only effect of the
| measure would be to place the law-
■ abiding citi/en more completely at
( the mercy of the highway robber,
j the desperado and the murderer.
; Such weak and flimsy objections a,.s
I these hale been allowed to have too
much weight The law does not
denounce the practice of carrying
j concealed weapons severely enough-
It, is ft mistaken idea to wait for the
j public sentiment to demand a law
before enacting it. Public senti
ment can be educated and there is
no better nor quicker way to bring
about, an understanding than to
m ike it face the stem rule of t he
1 iw [n our opinion under ordinary
circumstances the carrying of a con-
< alrd deadly revolver in a civilized
and usually law abiding community
ought to afford presumptive evidence
tii it the party in possession of it is
jeady and willing to take human life
i just so soon as an opportunity pre-
sents itself, just as much as it ought
to be presumed and is a fact that an
anued midnight burglar contem-
plates murder to save himself if
caught, in a close place The prac-
tice of carrying concealed weapons
should be suppressed at any cost.
I >i; i i;oi i Fitia: Piu>s : A poi lion
of the massage which will attract us
much attention as any other is that
relating to f he civil sen ice. I f f he
['resident had ever displayed any
sense of humor we should strongly
suspect his expressions of interest
in and concern fur civil service re
form of being an impudent jest. It
would certainly be a bit comical if
lie were in any sense a presidential
"funny man" to hear htm, with such
a record as lie has made, gravely
descanting upon the beauties of
civil service based on fitness, and
not on partisanship. Unfortunately
for him, lie is not in any sense a
funny man. His civil service talk is
mere commonplace hypocrisy.
—• • »
Tm-; race issue has mixed up
things delightfully at Springfield,
' )iiio. A colored teacher from a
normal school was assigned as a
teacher in the High School. The
white teachers and pupils protested
and the school board rescinded the
order placing the negro teacher in
the High School. The republican
clerk, however, refused to transmit
the board's action to the superin-
tendent. There are fifteen hundred
negro votes in the city and the re
publicans are afraid to offend them.
On the other hand there is danger
of white republicans deserting to
Mb die, but principles live for
ever. While there remains one sur-
vivor of those who bore in the thick
of battle the colors of the Confeder
aery, the south should see to it that
be is not forgotten—that he is not
left singly and alone to suffer on ac-
count of a principle for which the
south was united—a south he in
honor served.—Austin Statesman.
Tbe South doesn't propose to
honor the dead chieftain and hero
only so long as "there remains one
survivor of those who bore in the
thick of battle the colors of the con
federarv From sire to son will
descend tbe same spirit that ani
nnted the heroes s»>d participants
In the war.
When I feci field Proctor was ap-
pointed to a position in tlie cabinet
everybody was heard asking who in
h—11 Hedfield Proctor was. The in-
quiry elicited the fact that he owned
a marblo yaiTl and sold tombstones
in Vermont. But the secretary of war
has erected for himself an enduring
monument of brazen littleness. He
will be known in history as the man
who refuse to honor Jefferson Davis
in accordance with an old estab-
•J• <hn Buuton:. the noted 'lexas
desperado who robbed the Cisco
bank t\\ o or three years ago and
who was implicated in several train
and express robberies in this state,
was killed the other day near Mus-
kogee. Indian Territory, by a squad
of deputy marshals while resisting
Mr. Byer--"Those shoes that I
got for UiV little boy a week ago to
night are worn out " Slioeman —
'•Well'" Mr. B.-- T want another
pair just like >m. Never knew
boys' shoes to wear so long in mv
II«»w r*|x*rH Ar«? Kfttd.
"It is peculiar how personal charac-
teristics manifest themselves." said aa
elderly gentleman in the elevated car*
to his equally eiiterly companion,
' and perhaps not the least noticeahbe
is the way different people read news-
papers, i specially in public convey-
ance-,. Kv-ryboity lias his own [Kit
way. Take the v. ay they hold them.
Did it ever str.'xe yon in how many
differi at ways t his can be and is done ("
Tio- peeulia, ity had never struck
i.is friend, so the < Iderlv gentleman,
who v.or«- a shining m!k hat, a pair of
gold r;111rii' d -: • ei.-ich s and a white
i.»w n tie, oout11. a d his aphorisms.
",i ist loi.i; aero-- ;.l those men on ths
other -,aie. No t w ., a i C read I ng their
pal-ee- in the sane wav." The eaves-
dropper at his sub also looked across,
and the observation was true. (Ine
lit.oi n'l'i d- a. b!, d hr, (beet, a not her
had made It into a quarto, still an-
other had folded it iiito three straight
section.-, tne lull b-ngtnof the column.
• 1 I,a ye f. iu ml," continued the ora-
cle. • Ki.it a large pn>t»•rtioii of the
men o ad the jiapei -, fol'l»d iu half, the
(pi,o n r section men come next,, niul
I be f a i 1 I' 1 Ig't h sect loll iMs lie X t. It is
rare j v \ on s, ,. l -.to men sitting- side bv
reading a jeqier the same way."
e w a -■ a momenta ry pa use fil led
bv the rust h; of some assenting news
pa pi r. and the ora< le agai u rem rked :
d he v. a \ of holding a paper s!-..ws
the man as sno-iv as the way he
walks d In- ri-lin'-d. educated mail
can-faI! v ei i, . e-, ni-juq.er, sees that it
Is in ci a 11 j i on -,,:, j ,i , a nil then goes
s", lema11. a! Il nr..ugh it, passing
from eidumn In in!-iinn mill page to
pagi. v i'ii c,isi. ,,i,d facility, whereas
the s j 1111 j i uncouth man hn nrliee
it into v ,.ib. and goes through d as it
hunting tor ■ i,ui< tli:ng m a rag bag. "
,\'i w Vol k d lines.
I he Silkworm.
If M'DirvS.i Kti'f iitii Kliouri is ri^lit,
til'- Viilll'' "f S! i K a ' THIS will HOOfl 1x1
v-ry jfi i' h Tliih
man is a r \ nii'i a native of Jj*v
as Iwn trying to
iiout tlio aid of
If fiaiMiS Ix- lias
paU'iifcd his in
and in ail tin*
In this rountry
spjdication for a
• lit. a ' irin\ a i 'l i
\» 111111 n in I i a •
« ' mul ins of }\ur<
i.'■ has also filed
A ft« ;* v t ml v i 11 tT for a l<»n^ timo th#?
mail11« r in u liirh silk worms d»» th»-ir
M'Ji-k M"us ... I'JlVndi Kho'iri c.'ini" to
t h»' r* un'l u -i< ».'i that < j u:! ■ ■ r. fi is: i k
< i 'itid maih* out ot t la* t %v» and
l».irk of liic mill:mttv tn*<\ im. in;id<'
at 11r< -' lit tiom tin1 i< avi-s. lie thrro
for.- <• \ j#--i 111m-1111-c 1 Wil li Ih»; l»;irk and
( Ai--, <i i«-;i rd i n Lr I h < •. s'-rvif-s </f the
worm ailo^>( i ju-r, and, af("r y<*ars of
l.ihor iif mii'cic<i» d in prodm'inj^ ;i silK
uhi'-h has pruijo.ji , cd hv Kuro
jm•;111 rt.s to \n' no \\ ml inferior u)
tin* ai'tahi maimfaft'irrd hy silk-
In ajijirfciation of Mon-:sa KfTVndi
K h< Hirh d '•vol ion to scii'iK-c, t he Tur-
kish goi.'i-rnuient has grann-d him
cirlam right.s overall the mulberry
trees ill the Sldtall's lllilll ill, "So
long as I h t\a- enough mulberry
Im 1 says Kliouri, "I can produce
si be at less than half uliat it costs
v. hen produce,I by si II; worms.'' - New
Yorl-i I It-raid.
food, it, Is
I.llliw Wnlrr uiul >1 ilk.
n tin- stomach is intolerant of
era I pi-act ice of phy
1 g 11
i a' ■
I'iiit lime water I
u With 11111 k ; a nil, if tin"
11 y g 1 \ en. tin y an- almost a I
borne, li:11, n ii less duly instruct
■s to tin' la ci ssai y proportions of
, t lie m-ij uat y of people are quite
to make the mistake of not using
e water. It is, i if cimrsi
IC as an ant acid ; and it is
•glit U alkaline. As com
bic.a id ii >ii.a te of si ida, an
f the same is equi valent
of lime water. So a
fu I of t he latter iu a cup of
milk the scanty proportion used hy
many in sickness is really of no
value. To obtain an fiction of any
mint, it, is necessary in giving
mill, and bine water to have the mix-
ture contain the kilter in the propor
lion of at least one third. Very often
u here they are in equal parts the milk
is \ i .iiiited up in hard, sour curds, in
which event, if the mixture has not
been given too freely, it, is best to use
ii stronger ant acid, bicarbonate of
soda is a good substitute, and about a
tcaspoonful should be dissolved in a
large cupful of water, .and ttint solu-
tion he added t• i the tut Ik in place of
the lime water. - I loston I lor,aid
A n act i \ c w I'uin u will destroy more
upper leal her in I be house in a given
I line than she will on the street; there
are many more obstacles to the square
\ard to be encountered in the hotiso
than on the street; more stair climb
nig, more rubbing of feet on thechair
rounds, and last, but not least, more
feet sat upon in that luxurious fenii
llie wear of uppers of women's
shoes by the friction of the skirts is
gnater than tunny people suppose.
Men's trousers do very little damage,
compared to the heavy and constant
rubbing- of the skirts against the hack
ot the shoes.
There are no shoos made for women
that will compete with men's calf skm
shoes in durabbity under hard knocks.
Unfortunately women do not and will
not wear calf skin shoes; they are at a
disadvantage ill this respect.—Phila-
With a Lock of Hair.
A very old Hallow eve divination,
formerly much practiced hy English
rustics to tell from what quarter of the
compass future husband or wife will
come, is jierformed hy stealing out un-
observed nt midnight, plucking a small
lock of luiir from one's head, and cast-
ing'it to the breeze. Whatever direc-
tion it is blown tow,'ml is lielieved to
be the location of the future matri-
monial pai t nor. This divination if
also mentioi cd by (day in his "Pasto-
rals" a.s follows:
1 pluck tl.i* lock of Imlr from out my hfiul
To tell wheuco the one 1 shall wed,
Flj, Bilictri hair, flv all the world ju*uuo<1.
Until you reach the spot whtre my true lovo h
KKrrrioi >,* PACE AND hvk.
AftTM T<-ring f-ir (.i^'i.t months w!:ha tron-
h <»om - rt;;dicr, on rny fa' c-tarul nerfc, ani fy-
ln2Cit .r r^ni^tien, I was finally cntk! hy
tAkir./T r. f< v l>ot!lf« r,f Swift', Sfwriuc. it in-
creaftc' r y vei/ht from W. t > ] V» j^uruis.
A. W. ( uo^u, Ottawa, Kanaaa.
KnrruiTi^ r isattd rrw»m tub uiy>oi).
I an r tl at S. S. .S. !t« the im *»t blo"d
nriitdy ):i the uond. 1 have oscd It for rLi;u-
matitim nV.h fhi. h« r rt-*uJJa.
L L. itouseEL, Sherman, Texas.
caftK or ritk.
A patient ur.'l'r r y < hariro u,-t- badly affect*'d
witlt hlo'x! . r|,c r' -lilt of fr'^t bite in tho
f'*<"t. lk>th fc t had ftlotjifhcxi off Ix'fore he Wiirt
tnrm^l over to me. lit; v,<te cured *ound with a
few iKittlea of 8.S S., and in nnw wslkinrj al>"»it
on hi« knees. It L. Wood, Mllled^'fvlJle, Ga.
Treotiac vri HlrxxJ and Skin mailed
freo. Hwirr Sjpacific to., Atlanta, C.a.
u r. hryadt.
J. b. campf.lL
Bryan ^ Campbell,
Attorneys at Law,
I'-KKNIIAM, W'AHHINf.ton (V\TKX.\M.
Will nrH'to,, in fill Cnurtr of Wa>l»tn^tor»
ari l adjoining Ifr.vc m c< »rii j IcUj
hl»uttaci of titles of W^lur :;l' n ' ounty.
Oryu K HVRK i.tlihlM," <V '.TOOISO- HANK
Over Hermann'* furniture Stnre.
IARLISLK & IIERBST,
(Jen'l Insurance Agents,
t&T" OfDco ovor SU*rn & Kolwes' store.
C. F. FROUWEN.
J. H. QUE BE,
Wholesale anil Retail Grocer
I CAN SELL YOU NOW:
Fresh Cream Cheese.
Choice Potatoes and Onions.
New (Jorn .Meal.
Frcsti Plain Hams.
Choice La., MoIusoh.
SUGAR, COFFEE AND TEA,
-The largest arid best assortment
of fancy cakes and crackers, can-
ned, dried and evaporated fruits,
cranberries, preserve*, jellies and
new raisins. Fioh apples received
These good* nil tie sold at low
prices. Orders promptly filled
J. H. QUEBE.
— K 111k k licit,dim; -
Brcnham. - - - - Texas.
Office Carle*on &. Nn^h'^ Dmi; Ston
Teeth extracted williout n^ir. y upc
For bargains in improved arid
unimproved city property, im-
proved and unimproved farming
and grazing lands, it is greatly to
in yourterest to call on
REAL ESTATE DEALER
who is now ofToring for sale at low
prieo and on easy terms choice
building lots, elegant residences,
comfortable* cottages, suburban
homes, lino farms, and farming
lands in largo or small tracts.
Mi h n . ^ CSS
Has no equal for Stylo, Fit an<3 Wear. TofliMvclj
lb® best shoe In Amerlrn fcr the n;o;«*.••/. Xx) r.'-t i-«
deceived. See itamp «>rj l»o:u>m c>f «• ;.hoo. Taks
HO other. Every uair w«irraiitc"5. :",yllBh aiiil
H* «BOIO luiba 'tadc
gee stamp on i-oJiom c>f v ;.hoo. Tak^
J. M. PEEPLES "j CO.,
STERN X VOSS, Agents,
fashion a islf tailok,
Suits made to order and lit guar
ameed. Clothes cleaned and re-
paired at reasonable rates and war-
ranted. Shop up stairs in Bloom:
FISOHEF* & WEIS.
SEfllEfiS [M LIVE STOCKS
('u.-anr St. (.'hnrlo? and Quitman St!.,
t&L. Ttm highest niRrkut prioo paid in eaih
or b'CK)'' CATTUS. IIO<49 and SHEEP.
AND DON'T YOU FORGET IT
With Flour, Corn, Oats, Bran and Hay, in any quantity in store
Delivered or on track. Bust-proof Seed Oats and Seed Corn. I
can give you satisfaction.
Itay-Oflico at The Empiro Grocery house of Jacob fc Kldridire, Bron-
J. B. KEMP.
Toilet Articles, Etc.
SOUTH SIDE TUBUC SQUAKK - BllENUAM, TEXAS
A lull supply of all tho popular patent iiedicinos. Toilot articles and fine por
fumeries in end ecu variety. Physicians prescriptions carofully and accurately com-
pounded at all houis. day or nieht.
Pure Kentucky Apple Brand}', pure Ponch
Braiidy, tiom the state of Man kind.
It ix ;i wo!l-ktiuu ii l;ict to llioso who arr po.-do-l, lliat
tlicsc good" vcit seldom lind llioir way to Tcmis. ami wlitn
they do limy aie not ol'ten olf'Ted lor sale.
I will put uj) the value of live times the cost
of a barrel of either, that I have both in stock,
and that when I price them at live dollars per
gallon they are lower than nine-tenths of the
retail dealers demand for the same aged goods.
I will also put up the same amount as a forfeit,
that not one liquor dealer out ot live, from the
Rio Grande to the Gulf of Me xico, offers fcr
sale a genuine article of Peach or Apple
Tho goods usually sold and branded "Peach" and "Apple" Brandy,
arc nothing but "ln^h-wines," with a peach and apple flavor, and are
"•"rth to-day in St. Louis from one dollar to one dollar and twenty cents
1 also call attention to the: fact that since I
have been m the Liquor bysmcss I h ave offered
no whiskey over my bar at the usual price, "IT)
cents per drink," less than seven summers old,
and that whiskey is the celebrated "O. F. C.
laylor," and no liquor dealer who regards the
truth, if he understands his business, will deny
that this brand of whiskey is classed and "listed"
among the best brands in the world.
I am tho only Liquor Dealer, so far as 1 am able to learn, who soils
in Washington county O, K. C. Taylor whiskey.
I have been sick and unable to attend to my business for
some time, but I am pleased to slate to my friends and the
public generally, that I am now able to attend to business,
again, and will be found serving my customers in first-clas*
style aud promptness at the old stand, known as the Opera
saloon, which has the reputation of handling the finest
Liquors, Wines, Brandies and cigars sold in the South.
L. F. GRASS MUCK,
A. WERNER, Proprietor.
ftaiT'Tlic followinw brand of Cigars are manufactured now:
BREMHAM'S BEST, MABGABETA, PURITY, III IAN. ADELE AND GULP COAST
These cigars are generally to be bad in every house in Brcnham, and
I kindly ask tho consumers to ask for t hem.
ALBEK ■ WKKNKIt.
5 fOROKSS SOLICITED—A Xli WILL 1IA\ 1 MOMl'T I IT i: XTJO\n
WH0L*SA1«AND retail IUCALE* IN
Furniture and Carpets
BR.HPT H A TVl " m m m T3E3CA8.
WParlor Sote, Chambor Soli, Honso Furnishing Goods.
CARPSTING, OIL CLOTHS, MATTING,
MIRRORS, MATTRESSSS, WALL PAPER.
Wo »re prepared to furnish jour houne from lop to bottom, at short notice. Curnot
iewed and put down. Call and soo us. Good« dolivorod in tho city FREE.
SOUTH SIDE OF PUBLIC SQirtRS.
- brenham, texas
WATCH MAKER AND JEWELER
IDsaler in CLOCKS
WATCHES, JEWELRY AND PLATED-WARE,
'^npptnplf*c f ^*>R EVERYBODY. THb
9|JtLl<ILItbi BEST "DIAMAKTA GLASSES
^ fc,()R THE EVES, ftjr Beat attfintion given'o all Repairing
Wstches, Jewelry. Clocks and Hogulntoru
ftork anil OoimIh West side Court House Square, ERENHAM. TEXj.8
GENERAL X MERCHANDISE
NORTHWKHT COtlNEK OK PUBLIC SOUAKE,
BRENHAM, .... TEXAS
Ba« Received a Full and Complete Stock ol
3P \\ F ir a. \rri
Paiiter ail P;tper Hauler.
Oils, Paints, Color-, Window Glass, Brusliss, Varnishes, Etc.
Wall Paper and Ceiling Decorations
BUEMIAM, - TEXAS.
Largest Slock in I lie City. Estimates Furnished.
li E. LIJHN,
LATEST STYLES IK - —
MALN STEKET, BHENHAM
Staple Drugs and Fine Chemicals.
Finest Perfumery and Toilet Soaps, Combs, Hair» Nai
snd Tooth Brushes in Endless Variety.
v.ill br. [,U
of tbo tirst importance
Phys oian» prescriptions nlwayi receive prompt aU.-r't-n arr) v, ill ho f.lVH «,;(K ti.
ntnc »st care »t arv time. or niKht t„ moclivi.,,-- ... „f the li Jt ^ "h the
I Df OOt t LB '-be CUonp'J.
Druggists and Dealers.
TM CHARLES A. VOeCLIR 0»,, S4
C1GTBINO, BOOTS AND SHOTS,
m• Oups, Quoouavvnre aud Orocertea
Also a large and varied assortment of
Parlor and lied Room Furniture,
CARPETS, MATond HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
l.O»ll »nrt eikmina onr R.vvtA nc».ii-„ purchasing elsewhere. Onarantee fRtisf.ieiion in
aii «l» par'.ncnts. Givo us n trial.
3VT. -A.. HEALY,
- DEALEIt LN -
FARMING IMPLEMENTS, FENCE WIRE,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISH. WINDOW GLASS, IRON PIPKi
Pumps, Steam Fittings, Slubber Selting, &c„
vVest Sandy Street,
RHENIUM, TEX A a
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Garrett, O. H. P. Brenham Daily Banner. (Brenham, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 292, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 12, 1889, newspaper, December 12, 1889; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth481543/m1/2/: accessed June 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Library Consortium.