Rockdale Messenger. (Rockdale, Tex.), Vol. 26, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 3, 1898 Page: 8 of 8
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V. M. FERGUSON, ^
Editor and Proprietor.
. T1MXCABD. '
International ft Great northern K’y.
No. 1 Southbound, - 2:05 a, m.
No. 8 Southbound, - - 10:10 a. m.
Not G ftoothlKtuod,— 4tl5 p. »■
No. 2 Northbound, -
No. 4 Northbound
2:47 a. m.
No. 10 Northbound, - * IItoO a. m.
San Antonio and Aransas Pass
North-bound. 1 'iouth-bouna.
5:50 p. in. | 10:10a.ro.
Rockdale Country Produce Market.
[COttKnCTKD BY J. C. ABMOLD.]
Chickens..............10 to lSc.......12ii to leXc
Turkeys............... 20 to 00c..........8•> to &uc
Eggg......— .4c................ .80
Hides.....„...........6 to 8c.........
Clair Ramsey’s Cash Prices.
ChlckcuN. per doz......;............$1.48 <2) $2.CO
Turkeys; per dox.wrrm.•.• • W.a>4sftMW
-Hides,’........... 8c. Beeswax..:......
if ybur ad is on page 2, 3, 0 or
V, and you wish to have the
matter re-set, you must give us
the copy on or before Saturday
morning. If it is on page 1, 4, 5
or 8, we must have the copy on
or before Tuesday morning.
S. H. VVorbingtou, of Milano, was in
the city last Sunday.
Don't forget that the Freshest .Drugs,
Purest Chemicals and most complete
line Of Patent Medicines are always on
band at the Prescription Drug Store of
Geo. W. Wallis. tf
W. K. Clement was in Cameron last
week, returning Sunday.
TrymrwTfr)i a free gampIeofNuBa-. younger e yvj.p, .w m viuupvr-w
baumor’s Antiseptic Stock Pin tmeht, visit relatives Oct. 23. Brother Vittrup
read the ad in this issue. and one of the children returned Tnes-
Allen Gladdish returned from Cam-
eron last Sunday morning.
When you want whiskey for medicin-
al purposes go to McCawley & Wil
llatns. 1 13
WffiUauon Csaaty Polks.
Brother W. Grime* and family, of
Lanegort, Williamson county, was in
Rockdale last Friday laying in snpplies
for themselves. This good brother put
up his team with Tom Paul and had
them fed because he saw bis ad in the
Messenger, and be made it a point -to
trade exclusively with those who ad-
vertised in the Messenger. Not only
this, blit he cheerfully g!ave the editor
ISiOOm subscription and declared bo
would not trade with anyone who
would not advertise in his favorite pa-
per. Brother Grimes says he sold bis
cotton in Taylor, but came to Rockdale
to spend his-money because the mer-
chants advertise in the Messenger, and
he said he had made four or five dol-
lars that day in the price of hie family
supplies be and his good wife had
bought. We certainly appreciate Bro.
Grimes friendship, but still more do we
appreciate the complements of the good
lady. Brother Grimes will soon move
to Killeen, Bell county, where he hopes
to buy and pay ./or a* home. What a
pity such an industrious family haven’t
land of their own.-tp-»ork
ted us to “keep the Mob
senger coming” to him in the'future,
which we will surely do.
We tell only what We positively
know when we say “Drr^awyerVAr-
nica and Witch Hazle Salve will radi-
cally cure skin diseases, eczema, piles,
burns, scalds, cuts or fieBh wounds.
Sold by Will Clark.
The following is the total number of
bales of cotton received at the yards in
Snively & Perry’s Yard,;.7....... 7337
J. M. Alexander’s Yard,..........9213
Boll tf Eoaor.
The following subscribers have called
or sent in recently and paid up:
H M Vinton.........................Rockdale
M E Stewart v............ Milano
Q L Templeton -....................Minerva
J 1i King. ...................i..........Baity
EP Davidson...... ................Fletcher
J A Harris. —......................Fletcher
GM Lawson................. .;. Ban Gabiiel
Calvin Lylo— .................. ..Lilac
JJ Morris................ .....Rockdale
W I Daniels........................Rockdale
foie Hill Otevssniiiii
A L Matthews
W Grime. 1..........
J CMcNiel...... ...
Mrs L R Richards..
J K Whitley—
J T Swanzy.........
H K Belaher..
W H Cast-----
• .....Lane port
Nnssbattmer’s Antiseptic Stock Ointment,
The best Stable and Stock Ointment
in the world for branding, altering,
marking anti shearing, for wire cuts,
old sores, collar, saddle or harness
sores, scratches, mange, scabs, ticks,
sand fleas, etc. It prevents Screw
Worms, and at the same time heals
the wound. We will send a free sam-
ple box, post paid, by mail to any one
The good sending their address to the Nussbau
mer Chemical Co., San Angelo, Texas.
State Prohibition Ticket.
For Governor, B. p. Bailey; for Lieu-
tenant Governor, D. H
B j' prohibition party has not printed any
tickets, but yd
gentleman by writing their names on
. Why Dr. Simmons’ Cough Syrup is
the cheapest, It is the only cough
remedy giving 50 doBes for 50 cents
Money is refunded if ndt benelitted or
satisfied. Try it. Ask your druggist
for a sample bottle.
Brother Jacob Vittrup, wife and two
youpgert boys, went to El-Gam;
Brothers John Scott, Leonard Isaacs
und'Tr-MT-WrHiams, of-Rockdale Lodge
No. 231, tip. O. F. ftltOTjOhe meeting
of Cameron Lodge No. &6f=4r-0r-0i p,
Go to Ferguson corner for the best
4 brand of Flout for 90c per sack. War-
ranted toxgive satisfaction. -.....-____ti
Mr. Richard Butler, a Milam county
raised yonng man who lately went to
Mills county, has bought a half inter-
est in the drug business, bouse and
fixtures of J. W. Lumpkin, of Mullen.
and one of the children returned Tues-
day morning, this week. Mrs. Vittrnp
and the baby boy will remain Borne
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Tanglewood last Sunday.
When you want groceries for cash,
rememner the Ferguson corner is the
price maker. „
Gus Newton, of Milano, has accepted
^situation at the International depot
in this city; Mr. Cone being moved to
J. C. Arnold has a nice line-of dry
goods, groceries and tin ware, which
be will quote you prices in the houser
So call and get prices before buying
Brother W. F. Daniels and.family, of
the Conolly neighborhood, was in town
last Thursday, and called at the Mes-t
senger office and moved his subscrip-
tion up a year with a free silver dollar.
Don’t allow a cancer to gain much
root or depth. Dr/ Hubbard, of Kan
Gabriel, says he can cmeihem easy' in
their early si age. Don t procrastinate,
but go see him—‘15 miles west from
W. A. Harvey and family Jeff^riday
for San Antonio to make their home in
‘ that city in the future. "
Take your remnant seed cotton to
Coffield & Williams’ gin. They will
pay the,highest, cash price. 11 3z
Mlaaea Jennie Harvey wnd Tvff W^r.
ley were pleasant risitors at the Mes-
senger office'laBt Thursday evening.
The liburehold remedy is Hunt’s
Lightning Oil. All aches and pains
quickly releived. Satisfaction or mon-
A cough is an easy thing to cure if
taken in time, it is dangerous to neg-
lect one for any length of time. Dr.
Simmons Cough Syrup is guaranteed.
A*- -Fifty cents a’ bottle. -
Another Barn Burned.
Our friend, John Brock, of near
Gardner, had the sad misfortune to
lose his barn by fire last Monday morn-
ing after daylight, together with a
good lot of corn, hay and fodder. No
Insurance. 1 ——
"THINK about your health. Do not
■ allow scrofula taints to develop in
your blood. Take Hood’s Sarsapa-
rilla now and keep yourself WELL.
W. 11, Strickland of Davilla was in
town Tuesday and called at the Mes-
senger office and moved his supscription
np to January 1900 and had his name
put on the ticket for constable. We trust
that every populiBt in beat 5 will sup-
port friend Strickland for constable, as
he is an experienced officer and will no
doubt fill the office-to the satisfaction
of all if he is elected.
Gentry has vapor baths, also hot and
cold baths, at his barber shop oh Main
street. ‘ 10-6-tf
Mr. Vighinnoeher; orColeman, was
visiting in RuckdnleKast Sunday.
Tf you have'a cancer or know of any-
one.having cauceryou or they should
lose no time in going to see Dr. K. M.
Ilubburd. at Kan Gabriel.
S. C. Mayfield of Haviila was a pleas-
ant visitor at the Messenger office last
ANOTHER CASE OF TETTER.
Troy, T(‘xns, Mny ti, is#3,—1 have used the
Zimmerman l.lniinput three years. I have used
It tor many things and have alwavs found it to
bC the very best. My dahgrhter'bad sutTered
With tetter lor a number of vritrK, and hail tried
a number of preserlptlous without benefit. Two
I'd (cations of Hie Zimmerman I.luiment efTec-
Bring your protitrce to J. C. Valen-
tiue at J. C. Arnold’s and get the high-
est market price, either cash or trade,
J. C Arnold has just received a nice
lino of the celebrated Hamilton Brown
Shoes for men, women and children.
■ You, hav e tea ted. the, trash, put on the
market. The best is the cheapest.
Champion Toilet Cream for chapped
hands, and Champion Eye Water, the
sure cure for sore eyes in any form, at
$eo. W. Wallis. = r —---“tf
Hon. J. W. Dulaney, of Williamson
county, will speak at the city hall, Sat-
urday at 2 o’clock. Mr. Dulaney is the
peoples party nominee for floater, or
representative bf the 72nd representa-
tive district. ' ’
TXT ANTED:—SEVERAL TRUSTWORTHY
V* persons in this state to manage our busi-
l'ss In their own ai d nearby eouutles. It Is
Hilly ollice work conducted at home. Siilnry
nd expetises—Hletiulte, bo-
In their ow
o 111 CO woi
straight $900 a year and expetn
iHllde. no mure, no less sala
Gitizen of Mi lain oouaty.—The Messen-
ger wishes these good friends great
success in their new business.
A Change. -----------
Mr. J. C. McGuyre, on the account of
protracted sickness in his family, has
abandoned the hotel business, but still
bas rooms to accomodate lodgers and
will give you a good Bquare~meal at his
restaurant on Main street for 25 cents
Go try him. 10-6-tf
A New Barber.
Mr. B. A. Creamer has bought out
the barber shop run by Evans & Mos-
ley and will ruu a first class shop, and
will be thankful if the public will give
him a trial. Give the new barber a
Go to Ferguson corner for the best'
brand of Flour for 90c per sack. War-
ranted to give satisfaction. tf
A Very Sudden Death.
Miss Katie Lockwood, age 20 years,
of Harris county, who had cqrtne to
Rockdale a few weeks ago to make her
home with her uncle, Henry Lockwood,
was taken with black jaundice Wednes-
day night the 25, and died Friday at 12
o’clock. Her father died on the 29th of
last month. Brother Henry Lockwood
has the sympathy of all the good peo-
ple of Rockdale in his bereavement.
Rheumatism causes no more aohes
and pains than au£ other disease. It
is due to acid in the blood, "ahcl is cured
by Hood’s Harsaparilla which neutral-
izes ibis acid.
Hood’s Pills cure billiousnesB'' Mail-
ed for 25 cents by C. I. HoocL& Co.,
. • ..v . ..... a- '• t .,.r ; ' ...
MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN MILAM COlJNTY.
John Deere Plows and Cultivators.
Hancock and Rock Island Disc Plows.
Casaday Sulky Plows. Avery Plows.
Genuine Kelly Sandy Land Plows.
Deere and Moon Bros. Buggies and Surnes.
Capitol and Studebaker Wagons.
Aermoter Wind Mills and Pumps.
Buck’s Stoves and Ranges.
Ton awe in the Market tor Anything in our' Line, Don’t Fail«
to call on tts. Ottr Prices and Goods will Interest you.
We Defy Competition.. Tours Truly,
HENKE V METER.
UN aN° saddle sHop connected.
all WofiK GUARANTEED.
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Rosenthal on Culberson.
Galveston, Oct. 28.—To the
News:^—In your raorniB^’B paper I
read a report of a speech which
Governor Culberson delivered at
Bellville, Austin county, on the
27th instant, fe it I find that the
/r\ilai?o : '
__D. E. BARMORE, Editor. _________
We are having some niceVeath- governor makes use of the foliow-
cuss them with hie neighbor and
in his school house. Good gov-
ernment and the prosperity of
Texas are envolved in these issues.
When understood democratic mer-
chants and farmers will foroe them
on the party or quit the party.
Tbeyarme/g and merchants
Prof. Purvis, who is teaching at
Oakhill, was at home Saturday
and Sunday. *-
Miss Norton Brantly of Rogers
is visiting the. family of Dr. Hud-
son. .......... •
ing language: ,f '
“The tariff came in for consider-
ation with lots of figures, along
Lon Williams of Rockdale
was in Milano last Sunday.
County Treasurer Nabours of
Cameron was in Milano Sunday.
Hon. O. F. McAnally and John
H. Bickett of Cameron were in
Milano one day last week cam-
Mr. Aden Plaster and wife at-
tended a church supper’ at Gause
last Saturday night.
Mr. Harvey Stewart of Calvert
is at Milano for few days.
r The I. O. G. T. lodge gave an
oyster supper at the Fowler Hall
Saturday night, which, we heard,
was a success.
Mr. J. F. Plaster is having a
nice and splendid addition put to
Mrs. E. P. Griscome was taken
to the asylum in San Antonio last
Monday. Wo hope tffat she^nTa^1
soon regain her health.
Our school is going along nicely
with Misses Rhoda Doroh and Ed-
na Sprinkel as teachers
with the, income tax, showing that
Hawley voted for the former and
that, pretending to be the special
friend of the Germans, he vqj.ee! to
increase the tax on beer and to-
As a citizen Mr. Culberson has
the privilege of discussing the is-
sues of the day, but, while he is
the governor of.this great state, he
has no right to insult the German-
American citizens. * As a native of
Germany and a naturalized citizen
of this great country, I desireJ.0
efiter my protest against the slurs
heaped upon my countrymen by
the governor of the state And I de-
sire to resent the insult as unjust
and uncalled for. The Germans
moderately, as do hundreds of
thousands of our Anglo-American
citizens. But the insinuation that
is applied that the German vote
Can be caught in this catch-penny
way of discussing politics is an in-
sult to onryiationality, which every
fair minded German wilPresent at
the polls. A. J. Rosenthal.
A Card of Thanks.
I wish to extend japy thanks to the
fire boys of Rockdale for their npb^e
work in trying to save my barn from
tire on the 20th inst. I wish to say td
one and all, I appreciate the kindness
extended by yonr haijd, I assure yon.
J. R. Kowlano.
imllilo. no more, no
References. Enclose self addrossed stamped *•
eyelopc, Herbert E. Hess, Frost., Dept. M„ Cbi- >„
cago. 1 6 99z
application's of Hip 7tmrn<
te I a permanent cure.
For sale by Will Clark.
Louis llahn aud family and his son-
in-law and his dauughter of Loxinpton
came up Tuesday to look at Rockdale
with a view of Inlying some property
Uriah Jones, Hezehiah Brown and
John Peter Smith will testify to the
wouderfnl curative properties of Dr.
Simmons’ Cough Sysup. Sample bot-
tles free. * Satisfaction or money re-
Mr. A. Wolf visited San Anfonio last
Saturday, returning Monday.
Are touch in- little: always ■ ■ ■
ready, efficient, sutlsfao- ^9 . I I ^
tory ; prevent a cold or fever, III
cure nil liver Ills, sick head- ■ ■ ■ ■
nehc, Jaundice, constipation, etc. I*rlcn 25 cent*.
The only Tills to take with Hood’s Sarsaparilla.
Brother J. T. Swanzy, of near Buck;
holts, was in Rockdale Saturday and
called at the Messenger oflice aud
moved his subscription up a year.
Ringllng Brothers Circus at Taylor Nov. 7.
The I. & G. N. will sell tickets to
those wishing to see Kingling Brothers
Circus at Taylor Nov. 7, $1.00 for the
round trip. Special train leaves '/Ay-
lor <S p. m. to accommodate those who
wish to return home earlier, and regu-
lar train for those wishing to see the
night performance. Go to Taylor, It is
nearer and cheaper than Waco.
C. Hanson, Agent.^
John Eggworth, foreman at the Olsen
mine, four miles ea?t of Rockdale on I.
AG. N. R’y., weht to San Antonio
Wednesday, Oct. 25, on business con-
nected with the mine, returning the
27th. . -
The Messenger office is prepared to
do all kinds of job printing and will uo
it as good and as chjeap as any office
any where. Don’t eeiud your job work
away from home. Yell us what you
will pay aud we arq here to do it.
Remember we want yjonr work. If
We have a pew boy at our
house, born on thfe 19th. Of course
we think he is all O. K.
The Rev. A. B. Francisco was
in Milano Monday and called on
us. ^He has just returned from nn
extended trip through south and
Mr. Henderson Fowler of Cam-
eron was in Milano Sunday.
We are sorry to note that Mrs.
A. S. Russell is very sick. We
hope" for her speedy recovery.
Mrs. Joe Stewart returned from
Marlin last Saturday, where she
had been visiting for a month.
Gus. Newton has accepted a po-
sition as,clerk at the International
depot in Rockdale. »'
The Ferguson corner keeps:- up its
repufatitm Ss fBe price maker on first-
A bunch of four keys ou a chain 16
inches long; also one old key on a rag
string. Found near, the city hall. Own-
er can get same by Cfdling at tbelffeB-
senger office and paying for this notice.
>- For Sale or Beat Cheap.
The Baum brick building adjoining
Every populist who can read
ought to keep filed away a copy of
the campaign book and Gibbs’
Myrtle Springs speech on the Re-
lief railroad and th'e local referen-
dum, for these two issues will stay
in Texas politics until they are
settled and settled right. Everv
populist ought to be able to dis-
EYES TESTEI) FREE.
Seed Cam for Sale.
I will sell Ribbon Sugar Caue for
planting at the low price of $6.50 per
thousand stalks, and a liberal discount
on all over two thousand.
B. W. Robison,
,11-10 ~ v “ Minerva, Texas.
got to study the science of govern-
ment and not leave it to a handful
of lawyers who only study combi-
nations with county rings to per-
petuate power ifnd raids op public
money. Texas will produce an
army of speikers. Get out and
To January, 1900.
One dollar wilt pay for tbe Messenger
from now till January 1, 1900. Those
wishing to send the Messenger to
friends away from home or to friends
in tbe old states should avail them-
selves of this liberal offer,
I would like to
good customer of mine.
Tom Black, the barber.
fi@“Orders left.here, for the Rockdale
Steam Laundry will receive prompt
Gibbs has not only worried de
drink their glass of beer but do it leaders "by exposing tha,'
810,100 fee and that 8450,000 per
annum raid upon the school fund
and by showing up the* terrible
weak spots in Sayers’ proposition
to withdraw from Texas our mil-
lions of school fund, but in other
ways. Before the campaign open-
ed he proposed to Crane and sub*
sequently to Wynne and to Sayers
that he would support them if they
TOulxL.agree tdgimtlie. people of
Texas a Relief railroad_.tQ.„fir_*___
basis of low freight rates, and a
referendum vote on state, county
and city bond issues and on state
4ewe lobbied through" by a bare / ,
majority, ffe did this to see i!W;
any one of them were willing to
cut loose from corprate power and
frauds and #fere willing to give the
people the power they are entitled
to. Not one of th^m were willing
to do either. He proved that they
were hipqctitical and not in accord
Spectacles and Eye Glasses. ^
Geo.tW. Wallis, the Druggist, sells
under a guarantee of satisfaction, the
Genuine Pebble Glass Lense In Alum-
inum frame that will never rust, at
poor man’s prices. Call and have
your eyes tested free. tf
J. U ROWLAND
If your eyesight is defective in any
way you should have your eyes tested
and properly fitted with glass. We
guarantee satisfaction or refund your
money. Will change lenses at any
time they become uneuited to the eyes,
free of charge. Baird A Sapp.
Rad Front Drug Store, Cameron, Tex.
Go to Ferguson corner for the best
brand of Flour for 90c per sack. War-
ranted to give satisfaction. tf
J. C. Arnold pays the highest cash
price for cotton seed. 9 22 tf
b " -•
waution aliout theUss and Salectionsof Spectaclei
"IVnevi having normal vMoa will b* ibis to read Ihift frtat M ft dlfttMMft
DMltoehs* from th««yM with AM* and ftomtelti al»o wfll ba ftbto to road M
vtth nth m wpufth. If Oftfeto to do to jaw «jw mo MMthonl
should htv« Immediate sttmtka. When tks oyoo Wetm ttrod (Mu Nodta|
ormvlnf, or If tbo lottort look hhtrmd and run tof#th*r. It l> amt latlm
Mon that (laOsi avo madid. Tbo Knott told In tht ohtnn fondt oro tf •»*
';u*l density and hav* imparfactly formsd aorffttnt. Oantlnttod «M tf Hotft
poor*? l«n*** will vttoU in pttitir* injury from tbs noitirt IQHI npoft MU
waattot a! Mtoa«hUO*n to Mtftly tko dttuli Ift Hi jtoto **
Read onr new serial story.'” *
If you like good beer remember Pearl
ib the best and Wolf is the only man In
town that keeps it on tap. fie is also
sole agent for the celebrated Paul
S. C. Cawthon, D. D. S. Office 6vef
the Old Corner drug store. All classes
of dental work done. 2 10 tf
J. C-Arnold wants all of your chick-
ens, turkeys, eggl, butter, bides and
wax and wUl pay the highest market
price foie same. . 9 22 tf
GROCERIES, GEAIN, HAY
kinds or FEED STUFF.
J-| E ADQJJATERs For All Kinas of Eatables tf
For Man or Beast. ii
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