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   Abilene Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - March 20, 1891, Abilene, Texas                                 é  K  V  The  County  aio^ i. L^WBT, PUBLISHIB  A Wetklj Hfwip»p«r—DtT0t«d to ikt P«T«lefiB»t of Abilea«, Tajlor Gooiity, &Bd th« "Abilene Ceaatr7'  TERMS. 11.50 TSA^  YOLUME 7.  ABILEira, TAYLOE COTJI^rrY, TEXAS, FRIDAY MARCH 20 1891.  THEO. HEYCR, President.  THE ABI  J. G, LO^VDOX, Cashier  ME  -i  T TIT  WM. CAMEBON, Vice-Pres.  r  J--»- f  Largest Banking Institution in the Abilene Country. This Institution is Managed in thé Interest of Enterprises Favorable to tJie Abilene Country. We TTou/ii Like You ^ Business.  THEOD. HEYCK, WM CAMERON, GBO. r. PHILLIPS, K. B. ROLLLS"^ J . M. DAUGHEBTY, J W. ElíD, W. B BUAZELTON, J. G. LOWDOK.  flPlTiLi.NDSlRPLlS, $'200,000.  VIABLISIIED 1876. NATIOKALIZEE 18S4.  The oldest Bank in the Abilene Country.  THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK,  OF ABILENE, TEXAS. CAPITAL $125,000. SURPLUS $25,000.  Transacts a General Bayiking Business. Oollectio'is a Specialty and Promptly Remitted for  ZT O "IT o S :  G. A k'lHKI.AND, J. M- RADFORD,  A Great Event  In oii-'s life is the discoverj- of a reiii-idy for some long-.standing malady. The poLson of Scrofula is ti) your blood. You inherited it from your ancestors. Will you tnmsniit it to your olTspriug ? In the great majority of eases, ^K>th Consumption ami Catarrh originate í!) Scrofula. It is suppiiseU to be the primary source of many other derangemeiits of the budy. Begin at once tK) cleanse your blood wi;;h the standard alterative,  Ayer's Sarsapariita  '■ For s^iveral montlis I was troubled with scro/uloti.s eruptions o\'er the whole body My appetite was bad, ami my system so prostrated tli.-it I wys uiia!>le to, work. After tryiutr sevcrai remedies in vain, I resolved to take .Vyer's Sarsaparilla, and did so with sui'h uxou eifi'Cl that less than oT.e liottle  Restored IV!y Health  The Abilene C«aotry.  Editor Taylor Counitf Actcs.  Spring Palace in 1890, and would I sleep coiuibrtablv under a liianket show our beautiful exhibit to pros- at night no matter bow iioi and  J. H. PAKIÏAMORE,  OTTO W. STEFFENS.  I. .S ROLLINS,  BROOKE SMITH, E. H. SIXTENIS.  and strength. Tiie rapidity of the cure astonished ine, as 1 i-xpected the process to be lout: and tedious." — Fredcncu Mariz Fer-uandes, NMla Nova dc (iaya. ]'ortuj;al.  " Fi>r iiMuy ycar^ I « as a suiTcrcr from scrofula, until aiiOut tlir<'e yt-ars ago. when I bejian the use of Ayer's S-irsa^arilla. since (vha'ii the dist-ase has entirely iiisa!)peared. A little child of mine, wl-.o was trmilded with the same coinpiaini. ha.s also been cured by this medicine."—lì. Brandt. Avoca, Nebr.  SeeiDg^tbat there seems to be a i pectoTS thev would say. '*Ye3, I .'^nlt^T the (.luy has bof n. ^Ve have hesitancy on the part of the citi-! gee you have lots of nice fruit, but cold northers, but tijeyare of short zens of Abilene and Taylor county j how is the county for grain?" Then duration. We do not have to to take advantage of your propo-j i would show them our grain ex- bank up our bouses in October sition~to publish a letter from 52 | hibit, especially call their atten- and leave it there until April, like subscribers who have lived in oth- tion to the 21 varieties of wneat they do in the north; neither do er states and send 50 papers to grown by our fellow citizen. H. L. we have sunstrokes or prostration the address of citizens where the|Beutley, on his iarm near liere: from extreme heat, writer came from—1 will try to j tuen the cotton, which was pro- To all good, law-abiding citizens, give my views of our beautiful i nounced by one and ail equal to no ma{-er what their creed or i^oi-land. In the first place, I have I the famous sea island cotton; corn, itics may be, Abilene and Taylor have been of a roving disposition ¡buckwheat, rye, oats, milo maize, county has her arms wide open to all my life—trying to tind a coun- ; etc. If I had given samples to gire you a hearty welcome, wheie try that I liked and to settle in. every one tliat asked for tiiem the peace, i'rosrteriEy aiuj hapiiHicss I was brought up in the Empire 'exhibit would not ha\e lasted two awaits the indu-strious. state, having lived in all portions ; days. I had testimonials from Hoping to live lo see ou" iu-au-^ of New York state—in the iamous j citizens of New York, Ohio. Penn- tiful land full of happy hoiaes, I aii;. Green Valley, where land is worth I sylvania, Indiana, in fact from Yours iruly.  POWDER  With amplf capital and large faciiities to handle all desirable business, we invite correspondence and eolicit u continunnee of the libera] patroiage extended to us. j  F W JAMES, President EÜ. S HUGHES, V President  B B. KENTON. Cashier. HENK-V JaMES, Aas't Cashier.  THE  "ARMERS AND Merchants NATIONAL RANK,  OF ABILENE, TEXAS.  - " - $75,000,00.  Ayer's Sarsaparilla  rut:PAui;D nv DR. J. C. ATEE. ^ CO.. Lowell, Mass,  JPro/esë(io»iai Ctirds, örs. EVARTS & STII.ES,  HOHOPiiiEic nunini  AND SURGEONS.  SÉ^Diseases of Women a Speciaity"^  Oßc : North Second Street.  Dr. Evarts'residence at Jalouick place j ly the Abilene Country .^ i'i'"»^'i was <'estroved ii NorthSide; Dr. Stiles' over omce. We are | ace hre, as't hev  Capita  DR. M.C. BOYLE.  Residence: \ Corner Chesxhtd and Seventh Sts.  JOHN' H. IIOXIE, CflAS. KENYON. ED. S. HUGHES. W. F FLOURNOV, B. B. KENYON. F. C. DLGBV ROBEH TS. and FW. JAMES.  Collectioup received on »1! acce^.^^ibie poini=, and re;arns promptly ma4e as directed Careful attention ^iven to the busines.s of correspondents I.etters or inquiry cheerfully and promptly anewereo  .•<EVEU TOO .MUCH TROTBl.E TO PLEASE OUK CUSTOMERS TRY t'S.  J. G. C URRIE  Oon vpvancer.  WILL S'I'lTH,  Notarv Public.  H, .M. HENDERSON.  Surveyor.  Currie, Stith & Henderson, 6ENERÂL LAND. LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENTS  ABILENE. TAVLOli UOUXTV,  AI-  JOHN A. WILLIAMS.  8300 per acre; tlieii in Rochester, nearly every state, not excei)ting the Flower City, VÍ here the largest California, that pronounced the nurseries of the world are located; : Taylor county exiiiiiit the iinest in L'tica and Syracuse, and trav-: they iia(i ever seen at any state eled with a team advertising the I fair or honicultui'al exhibit, and state for two years, so I know the : they were from men and women state pretty well. Then I have Í who had devoted a life tiaie to ag-lived and worked in nearly all the | riculture and horticulture. To sa} states from New York to Califor- ; that I w as justly proud wlien the gold by Druj-gistB. ííi,s!s$:>. Worthabottia. j nia, frooi Miuncsota to Louisiaua, ! judges awarded Taylor county the  and drifted to Texas nine years | g-pancest prize of all—the ago to find, in my opinion, the best | go¡a medal—above all the eoiinties state of all, and one that 'vill un-; tlie state, is patting it mild!> . doubtedly be the empire state both ^ [ ^y.^j, proud to say that i li\ e(ii'i in {)opulation and wealth in the I the o^st county in the great staie next ten years. ; of Texas. I prized the testimo-  ^Yhy is Texas the best, especial- : ¡j^.^is more than anything else thai  in the Spring Tal-were given to mo  1800 feet above sea level. M'ala-j volui.tarily. \Yhen a citizen uT rial fevers are unknown. OfjTaylcr county goes ai>ro!ui li.-course we have sickness here as | ougli: never to be ashamed to reg-  o ^  I well as in any other locality, but | jstop ¡n box car letters that he is  of cases are í from the famous .vitileuc O'uiuury.  who have moved i As .Mr. ííurley, in his speech  I here from a lower elevation, but ^ Popt \Yorth niien he presetiicb  are the gohl medal to Taylor CDunty,  free from all symptoms of disease. ■ saiil: ■'The Siirin^- Palace is proiul  The climate is especially adai)tcd ; of Aliilene and Taylor í-^u^;};  to those who are not too far ad- ' prond to say Uiai Abiiene is oiu  vanced in consuinptioij; in fact, liofthemtjst prugressi\'e cities mi  Obstetricg and diseases of wonu'n a sp»»cia¡ty. lean Cite SCVeral who ÍLU'e líeeil i thc Slate. Show Uie a C0¡iní\- ur a Office in now brick. Chestnut street; Ueiidence 1 . , , • i ' . ' . ,  on Oak street, south of court house, greatly benetítted ir not entirely 1 eouu:ry thai <'aü gr(.)w fruits ¡ii  cured of that dread disease by !iv- i variety, size and tia\-or ei¡(ial to if ing in thi.s glorious climate. | not superior to Caiifornia: I'otton  2nd. The lan'ls are easily cuili-i e(|ual to Soaih Carolina: smali vated and are cheap. Go north ; grains etpial to that oi liie Desi  or east where it takes the farmer I grain growing sections of the  !  a lifetime to cb^ar HiO acres and ' world. Such ;i (^ouniry í'an not tell them that one man and a team ; help but !>e iieaceful. !>rosi>erons can fence, clear ami put ir, a crop | and ha}.tpy. and I am proud it) I'e of oO to 100 acres ir: a. 3 ear in this ' ilie one to present to her this gold country and they would hardly be- ; med;il, the highest honor thi.s man-  L. KaL;'h,  Fisi'iîîor« of tlie Î'îsiiire»  i)!ackwoov]'s maga/ine s\as the sticcessful farmer oi' the tuture iiiust be a progressi re farmer, ile musi he tile possessi>r ;i larg'e degree of genei'a] and thorough information witii rel'er-enee tu the cal'ing and iiusiness  re.  : 1 1 i  \ '  ]-•( i\Vl  All:  N\  Froî3î  \ . A  Aììhìì:Ì,  among those  DR. J. A. PIPKIN.  Residence: Co. Cedar and X. 'th near Baptht ch'r'h.  DKS. BiJ VCE k PIPKiX  Offer their proffessioiial services to: ^.j-y.^jgi, number the people o! Abilene ana vicinity in all the branche? of the profession. Calls answered at all hours, day or niirht.  Offick—Up stairs in Stellen's brick, i Ohestnut street, near Palace Hotel. | after living here a short time  D7 R7 FO WLiR, PHYSICIAN AND SDR6E0N,  CHESTNUT ST , ABII.ENE.  G. W. SHERBINO, M. D.  HOG5PATHIC PHYSICIAN. Chronic Diseases a Specialty.  Ofiic^' at l^esidence south of Methodist Churcii, Abilene. Texa-s.  Dr. W. W. WALLACE,  in whicii he is engageii day- t'oi l unning a i'Usiness < realh knows littie aiioui ai^e ^^ t,, L lie ]iast. [■ ar !Uing is n o v seience . a n il to gt-î t ii i- I e-of it that thei u in it onr m understand wnat lo- (be  Large numbers oi peopj,' :.re c^'^grd in farming do uni  s tan d all this, and ' h r at h a n t .i It gi N"es ' h fill o \ e r ; il e man a tloes iK)t, \N'iii inxanaiey iav ^ latter in t he siiade so far as hites to successi II1 cnu-ci ttion.  The t'armer oi [o-oa^ , rontUi lUsckwoo.i, nois-t. ÎO UisuTi- s eeSs. he e \ er u n the Uicrt .  Ti-,  no  j o k C b ' '■('  nil 1 ro  t'uby into the internal aoji k his i'aiun than -vas nee^s-î'orinsr times. He inn-t keenly every ¡iiovctnent foreign ¡iri)íiueer. s-ndy te dit:ions and nrosjíi keîs. and be prepared  such commodities ;-s  : I '  . > o i ine nò! tv) prielUi  r e  i- V li  n T- ' 1  li:  iGKOy,  Ü H b L Ï  T '  n.  Agen'  PKYSlCiAX ami s  ABILENE. TEXAb. r'allg attended either day or night. Office over Harris' Drugstore. Residence in property formerly owred by L. 31aicr.  Owner oí !lie Tailor Conníi Álisírac! Co, Boolís.  Complete abstract of title to all lands in Taylor county, lots in Aoiiene, Buffalo Gap and Merkel. Abstracts furnished on short notice and at reasonable rates. .Money to loan at lowest rates and on better terms than ever offered in \Yesi Texas.  Prompt attention given to the investigation of old land titles. Kotarv Public work done in ottice  Office up stairs in Maverick Building. Pine Street. Abilene, Texas.  DR. F. N. BROWN,  8  E.stabiisiied IS'^L  ABILENE,  TEXAS.  a. I ) : e  lieve you. It woubi seem like a miracle to them, but I know several who lia^ e done it aiu more, too. Men who were not afraid to work who carae here a few years ago with just enough to make ¡¡art payment on their land and run  ageirent can g!\e.""  Í meet on the streets e\'eiy ilay men who were induced to settle in this country b\- seeing the exhii) its at Fort ^Yuríh and Dallas. 1 Imve asked them if the country was misrepresented to them — i:'  H J.  t  1 \ W 1  w  u  T  DR. Î. M. ANDERSON,  1 T.  them ur til their first crop was har- i they were satistied. and ea.ch and vested, anti sold, have j)aid in - to ; oveiv one says that lie sloes not a years for all their land dii one i want anytidng Indter; tiiaf he case 040 acres;, feneiug. houses i woubi not go baeb and \\ iiere  i'or aiis' considera-  B-and saniiig-. rippiiyg'. turning.' I'lrack-ls. turned co.tiinns, ("viUT-ss lunks, iiu.ilt lu order.  .and barns, all the latest improved | he came from  ; farm machinery, etc. AYaat one tion; that he i.^ ha.pp^y and I'ontent-mars can do otliers can do. but ed. 1 am rec.dving letters e\ er\ they must not tliink that i: can be ' day from Ne v York. Ohio, Minne-; done by loafing around stcu'ea. go- : sota and othe'- states from i>ei-)ple : ing to the tiebl at 8 or 1) o'obxdc in who read the letter 1 wrote tr, m;.' the morning, working a fe-w hours obi paper at Ogtlensliurg. >,Y.. Attorneys - at - Law f land then lea\"e off work and go to asking b-r prices of land. etc. Lin  ^ U  l^hu' Street, A 1)1 lene. Texas,  D. T. lU.KDSOK. K, K. LEOKTT.  BLEDSOE & LECÈTT,  Shop on South First St.  Abilene, Texas.  TOTTEN BROS., Props.  08. 0. 8. FOWLER,  PINE ST,. ABILENE.  Will practice in all the courts and give close attention to ail business intrusted to their care.  C.A.KIRKLAND,  attcrney-at-law,  Office over First National Bank, ABII.ENE. TEXAS.  S A V L E S i- S A Y L E S,  Â V/ Y  P  \  DEALEPv IN  Dry Goods and Drugs!  I  Abilene,.......Texas.  Office, corner of North 2nd and Fine Sts.  T. W. DAUCHERTY,  Allornev and Coiiiise!lor-at-Law.  ABILENE.....TEXAS.  Office aver Lapowski's store. 5®"Special attention to Collections.  CHESTNUT STREET, ABILENE.  HAS A FULL STOCK OF DRY GOODS.  And m Connectioß Therewith a  Complete Line of Drugs and Medicine  THE PUBLIC INVITED TO CALL  J^atr^fmife Solieited ; SatUfactimi Guaranteed.  J. M WAtiSTAFF,  ATTORNEY AT LAW Abillene. Texas.  Will practice in the district and county courts, and give close attention to air business entrusted to his c.are. Office OTer First National Batik.  the house anc remain until 4 or ,") , not in the real estate 'ousii.evs. in the afternoon. I know farmers nor connected with it in any .vha.'e', here who always have good crops. ! form or iashion. and iea\"e no a\ to better than the average, but they , grind in that (¡iiarter, What i are men who are up at break of' want to see is the countr\- de\el-day; have fed tlieir teams, milked : oped and settled by good. ¡;iw-tlie cows and bad breakfast by i abiding citi/ens. Then we will all sunrise; then go the held and stay ' be ¡)rospere>us in the oest couht-, there until called to dinner, and in the state,  then back until sundov/n. You do . have tiie best of sciioois ami  ■not see them in town e\ery day or churches of every deiHtmniatii.'n;  stores that car!} immense st^'ek.-of e\'erything man can desirtn anil at prices that will compare fa\ ota-  uring mm ine im--, must not lit' iiimseb o t : ing 01 e(^rtain ereips. and in g ot' certain >toe!x. an eaiisi- his fat he I's iii ti -m oí he himsell' touiol i ii'-Mi i in times gone l<\ . ! ie n.n^', on, tirait e an eipen mini!, r, aio willing to avail hunselt "i a:.;- ncv s;. .Si e m or m o li i ti ea; io : i •>! pi a.c tiee CLileulated ti' lem'-iil nin:. ing careful, of "oursc. uot .it tempi upon a large s'-alc practo-,. that are ri.-ky .-»r that ha ve no been [»ro\en advantageonv .¡r t ua ! test, lie m u -1 no: o > > '  giving his attention to n r p-'.nt-("O detail, or to finy drioi' r ■■ :.  come, for in agri'-u'ttu e t he «la; (u Muali thing> iias as-ni'i-'l.^  coni e. Melh o (1. p i'o i ■ ; >i < > ii. i i. 11 n ~  try, foret hollgilt, eooniony, mo.!ì,i and rea.ìy imlgment aio! iiii^hh genee—these ai e ni»' v'.'Oeeiii ^ ' sueeestul f)U>iness, 'i'hvv aif- i-  essential io tiie larnu-r "i p-,  as to tile ìiU-leSt 'iusi:ie>-' ¡neii the great couunercnd  rotaie Fireuieo'-«- ioji.  At tile last annual meet.;- ^ oi the state \ obinteer nreius ii - e--soiuatiijij. held at I'a;e>tini- .a>; Ma\'. it waa decided to ioihi ihi meetingin isíil at Sai; .int'oioì. At the time San Antonio in\ it.-b the associatioii tornee: ¡li me she liad a \'obniteer tire nei'art ment, but sinci- then t h e <i -pa remen t has- iieeoine a leud oiji- ,in;l  a : ..  bly with any city in States. Lands that  t he are  1.Iteti fiij' reason the v<duhtecr li  wortn nien could not meet tiiere. Ho  from to per aere now will ^j.jj stepiu-d i a:., the brea e '  be worth double in a few yc.trs. ^„¡jt a coi dial in vitati on t  ami I do not know of a country anv to meet in tiieir  where that offers iietter induce- v.'hich iias ie-en aecrpteb.  n. o  t n>  ei ■  o „ : am  Erastus Graham,  ATTORXKY-AT-LAW.  Will give epecial attention to conveyancing, passing on titles to real estate. &c. Othee South First Street. Abilene.  T. A. HENRY,  •^Office over Liapowski's store, Abilene, Texas.  two. but only when it is necessary. They are the kind ot men we want. On the other hand there isa farmer who has land adjoining the prosperous neighbor. His land is Just as good, but he does not seem to be getting along ^•ery well; bis crops are poor, in fact, altuost a fadure. Why is it you  see these two extremes within a nients to the fanner. ca¡>itabst and terday Stuart Harrison, s^M.-retary stone's throw of each other.' Be- man ofsunill means tlnin the aiu- -f the .-tate association, reemved cause one attends strictly to busi-¡ lene Country. But. dear reader, uoiice from Ptesidetit Lew nessand the other is to be seen in ^ you uiust not think this is a pa.ra- that the change h;oi i^een  town the greater part of time talk-; dise, or a land of milk and 'uoney. made, and he will so noiity ti -ing politics and running down the ^ There are failures here as wel. as companies in the s-;.re,  country; his feiaces are down and ; everywhere, but for the energetic, r^udi eompauy tiioi dci>artme¡ii is his ground is never ready for the ' who are willing to put up with represented by delegates, anil ths seed at planting time. Of this hit- ; what they will rind in all now coun- number in atiendan e e a t t n 9 ter class we want no more. Oats. : tries, who are bound to succeed Houston meeting will bt- b.'^O er wheat, rye, corn, broomcorn, sor- | by all honorable means, I say come more, ghnm, millet, alfalfa, barley, t weet j and visit the beautiful Abilene __ . _ -  and Irish potatoes, squashes, mel-1 Country, where the fanner anti la- Greetiu^ »f the lOl t» Texas», ons, and in fact all kinds of grain, ; borer can work out of doors Speingfield, íll.. Afarch 11 —  forage, vegetables, etc., can be : weeks in the year; where it is not Hen. Palmer elected s«nator. The paring ;o gi - e yie tnem  raised here in quantities,sizes and i uncommon to see wild flowers in , people, princiiile and Palmer have ' '  ^ ' I 1 a i)!'!] nan I. I'eee!I i lo :i a ■  qnality that would surprise the December and January; where won. The 101 send greeting to roon.s. i* nr -ni  farmers la the older states. When i they do not have to suffer from tiie Texas democracy. second to noihing ot in  I represented Taylor coanty at the the extreme heat: where they can ' Jxo. \Y. SrinxoEr.. gix eiiiuLm  ine l.._i>,a eitizeii>, ai! '  {ìen, Palmei The Aiisti  aie.   

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