Abilene Daily Reporter, April 24, 1891

Abilene Daily Reporter

April 24, 1891

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Abilene Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - April 24, 1891, Abilene, Texas IP- j I mTAY LOR Count i News. JàMM Á. ÎAim, muSBllt A WmUj 2r«wff*ptr~]>fT»t«i U tkf PtTtitfant «f Abilne, Tayln O^vaij, ud tks "Abiltoi Ceutry" raEJfS, $1.50 ?BB TSAZ -^—- VOLUME 7. ï. ABILEKE, TAYLOR OOTJOTY, TEXÁB, FELDAY, APRIL 24, 1891. - ■ . - ISUMBEE 9 TSBO. HKTCK. Prccideiit. J. Û. LOWDON,Ca»bieT WU. CAMEKON, Vio».Pn«. 'Abilene » R»llroad Center./may reply that obtervation has It may be that some of yoarl taught us that railroads, othery readers do uot fally appreciate Ithings being equal, always go t<^ Taylor Connly Alliance. »r. To Compliments r TSBO. HKTCK. Prccideiit. J. Û. LOWDON,Ca»bieT WU. CAMEKON, Vio».Pn«. THE ABILEM NAmNAL BANK, Lmrgeti Banking Imtitution in the Abilene Country. This Imtiiution is Managed in the Interest of Enterprises Favorable to the Abilene Country. We Would Like Your Business. I>I»SiCX02e3.-------- TilSOD. HETCK, WM. CAMEBOK. GEO. P. PHILLIPS. K. B. ftOLLIKS, J. M. DAÜGHEItTY. J W. »KD, W.B »BAZKLTOK, J. Q LOWDON. -Tir 1 'Abilene » R»llroad Center./may reply that obtervation has It may be that some of yoarl taught us that railroads, othery readers do uot fally appreciate Ithings being equal, always go t<^ Taylor Connly Alliance. »r. To Compliments r Abilene's opportanities to become a railroad center. Geographically located, Abilene is in the center, ;ommerciaI centers for tht trad< they are sore to find there. Nc >ther city or town in this section ClPlTiL AND iRPLliS, $£00,000. ^JiTABLISIIED isrre. NATIONALIZED 1884. Th9 o/desi Bank in the Abilene Country. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, OF ABfT.ENE. TEXAS. CAPITAL 8126,000. SURPLUS 825,000. T\ Mn*4i*t»a Gentral Bankiup Business. OolUctions a Specialty and Promptly Remitted for east and west, of the state. In p as favorably situated topograph addition to this your city is centrally located in as fine an agricalt aral country as pan be found any where. The Abilene Country jtretching to the north and to th outh of the city of Abilene fo hundreds of mjiles, is a level conn try, presentiuil no obstacles what ever to railroad building. Besides it is a rich country, capable of sus POWDER Absolutely Pure A cream of tartar baking ^^i^^reda onhou8aud8 of Highest of all in leavening strength.—IPeopl® eagaged in agricultural ; Editor NEWs—Taylor Connty j The last camber of the Taylor j Alliance held its second quarterly | County NeWs comes out au aii-meeting for 1891, with Cedar Gap 'home-print, s^veii columu quario. Alliance April 9th and lOth. and is full of local and state news Reports show some increase in : and a iiandsoiue advetising pat-j membership over last report. I ronage. The Ne^'s is progressing One now Alliance having been ; forward n-bile some of onr week-organized in the Jim Xed settle- lies seem to be j)ro^ressing back-ment in the southern part of the ; ward.—Colorado Clipper, county. We think other corn- Thank you, Doctor, lor your monities will follow after in the : compliment. The Riimber ihe near future. Th© meeting, us y¿ws to which you refer \vas a usual, was very interesting to all temporary "depanaire"" neccssitat-in attendance. Some very im- ed by an increased aavertisinir pai-iportant measures were talked of. ronage. It will not be Ion?. / B PARRAMORE, G OTTO W. 8TEFFEKS. A. KIRKLAND, J M. BADFORD, ï. S ROLIJKS, BROOKE SMITH, E. H. SINTEMS. Lateat U. S. Government/Food Report. I*ro/essiotial Cards, ursuits. There is no such unoc-upied territory for railroads in he state. The country lying east of the belt above described is brokenDrs. JEVARTS A ISTIltES, HOMEOPATHIC PHTSICIASS of mountains running fiVAUiUfdiaib /east and west, but rich in mineral deposits, whiie the extensive grazing lands of this section of Texas lie west of the Abilene country. AND SURGEONS. f^Diseases of Women a Specialty Office North Second Street. Dr. Evarts' residence at Jalonick place North Side ; Dr. Stiles' over office, Witk ample capital and large iaciJities to handle all desirable business, we invite e»rrMpondence and solicit a continuance of the liDeral patronage extended to us. | F. W JAMES, President XD. 8 HUGHES, V Pre»ideiil B. B. KENYON. Cashier. HESRY JAMES. Ass't Cashier. dr. M.C.BOYCE. Residence: Corner Chestnut and Seventh Sts. THE DR. J. A.FIPKIN. Residenee: Co. Cedar and N. 7th near Baptist ch^rh, DRS. BOYCE k PIPKIN Offer their proffessional Pervicee to the people of AoiJene and vicinity in all the branches of the profession. Calls answered at all hours, day or night. in Steflen's brick, Palace Hotel. Farmers and Merchants National ßANJC-IcSÄnSr AB1L.ENE, TEXAS. ÍB60,000.00. OF Capitai . JOHK K. HOXIE, CHAS. KENYUN, ED. S. HUGHES, W. F. FLOURNOV, B. B. KEN VON, F. C. DIGBY ROBERTS, and V.W. JAMES. DR. D. R. FOWLER, PITSICIÄN AND SDReEON CHESTNUT .ST , ABILENE. Obstetrics and diseases of women a specialty Offlce in new brick, Chestnut street; Kesideno on Oak street, south of court house. CaUeetfons received 011 all accessible points, and returns promptly «»»«J« wftil »tteotion «Ten to the business of < yrsMptly »nswere Canfai »ttention mren to the business of correspondents ed. KKTKE TOO MUCH TROUBLE TO PLEASE OUB CUSTOMERS ^_____as directed. Letters of inquiry cheerfully and TRY US J. G. CUKKIE Convevaneer. WILL STiTH, Notary Public. H. M. HENDERSON, Surveyor. G. W. SHERBINO, M. D. HOMCEPATHIC PHYSICIAii^. Chronic Diseases a Specialty. Office at Residence south of Methodist Church, Abilene, Texas. Currie, Stith & Henderson, fiENERÄL LAND, LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENTS ABILENE, TAYLOR COUNTY, TEXAS. Dr. W. W, WALLACE, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, ABILENE, TEXAS. Calls attended either day or night. Office over Harris' Drugstore. Residence in property formerly owned by L. Maicr. o OHN A. WILLIAMS, AW- ABSTR.i.CTER AND LO; DR. r. N. BROWN, DENTIST. Established 1884. ABILENE. - - - - TEXAS. IIRTL^. ANDERSOÑT tcrney-at- Owier oí tlie Tailor Csaiity ADstracI Co. Boo^s. AN Agent- -A Pine Sti-eet. Abilene, Texas, Complete abgtract of title to all lands in Taylor coimty, lotg in Abilene, Buffalo Gap and Merke). Abstracts furnished on short ■otice and at reasonable rates. Money to loan at lowest rates And ou better terms than ever offered in West Texas. Prompt attention g^ven to the.investigation of old land titles. Xot&ry Public work done in office. Office up stairs in Maverick Buildin^^, Pine Street. Abilene, Texas. p. T. BLEDSOE. K. K. LEGirTT. BLEDSOE & LECETT, Attorneys - at - Law, PINE ST., ABILENE. Will practice in ail the courts and give close attention to all business intrusted to their care. In speaking to me of Abilene's future, a short time ago, a well known railroad man said: '"Abi "lene will surely come to be the "next center for railroads in Texas. This is apparent from its location. The country which for "the greater part of the IGO miles "between it and Fort Worth, is "broken, rocky and costly for rail-"road constraction, changes less "than twenty miles before reach-"Abilene and stretches out into a "great plain or plateau, particuiar-"ly fitted for the construction of "roads from Abilene to the liorth-"east or nor'ihwest, while the nat-"ural gaps in the narrow mountain "range southward makes construe-"tion of roads in those directions "as feasible as to the northward."' The great railroad builder, Thos. A. Scott, when he prepared the bill to be introduced in congress for the construction of the Texas & Pacific railroad, provided for a branch road from ^'iIliía, in the Indian Territory, to a connection with the Texas & Pacific railroad between the 99th and 100th meridian of longitude. This immeuiate locality is now occupied by the city of Abilene, which by the way was not commenced till after many years after tiiis date. This line to St. Louis, Kansas City, Chicago and other great northwestern commercial centers, is several hundred miles shorter than any line non-built. Though this road was not bui't in the lifetime of the great railroad projector Scott, it is like- ically as Abilene, and if there is the busintss here, why should B«t the railroads that build through this section come to Abilene! The same well known railroad man speaking of Abilene as a future center said: "The country west "of the Mississippi river has bee "occupied by railroads very muc "as military lines and advanced b; "parallel approaches^ with centers 'w hich becoming first bases for fh® advance, develop into centers o^: tion at Waco April 2Ist. ^Y. M. decided yet whic •systems." He illustrated oy call-^ EHis and J. N. Anderson with G. ng attention to the progress in \a. Witt and T. m. Cole, alternates. ;B. F. Dodson with J. C. Page, ever, before liie paper wilT ali alternate, was elected to repre- printed at home or be enla^^-' sent us in the Alliance conveu- an ei;jut-coiamn. Texas, with the line from Texar-£ana to Houston and Galveston; hen from Denison through Dal-as and again from Fort Worth hrough Waco to Austin and San Antonio, with numerous centers,, comprising the principal towns of Texas, all projected and perfected in a few years. iiis closing remarks were: '-Another parallel still further west is now demanded by the growth of the stat« and the competition of roads, and Ab- lene is going to be the ^'e""/'^ork at once, ter.'' Commercial Tsayelee. were elected as delegates to the District Alliance !o be held at Albany, May 20th. A few of the resolutions adopted during the meeting are given below of which voii will {)lease publish. First. Resolved, that we, the Taylor County Alliance favor the bnildiiig of an elevator at Abilene for :he handling, cleaning and storing of tiie wheat crop of JS!.>1. (Will not some man take a hint from the above and oegin FANCY - WO vy for house furnishing, Band sawing, ripping, turning brackets, turned columns. Cypress tanks, built to order. Shop ou South First St., - - Abilene. Texas. TOTTEN BROS., PROPS. TIJR. fl. 8. F0W1.E8, WM. H. LOCKETT, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, ABILENE, TEXAS Office over Floumoy Baildiug, Chestnut St. I>. G. HILL, ATTORXEY - AT- LAW, ABILENE, TEXAS. Office ovoT First National Bank C.A.KIRKLAND, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Office over First National Bank, ABILEXE, TEXAS. -dealer in I>ey Goods and Drugs I S A Y L E S k S A Y L E S. LAWYERS, Abilene........Texas. Office, corner of North 2nd and Pine Sts. T. W. DAUCHERTY, Attorney and Coiuisellor-al-Law. ♦ ABILENE.....TEXAS, |ly aoon to be the great roadway from these northern centers to the rapidly developing southwest. We mean that in the completion of :he railroad now under construction from Henrietta to Abilene, that the route mentioned by Mr, Scott will be opened up. Without drawing much on the future we may state that this same [road will be continued southwest-n'ard to a junction with the southern Paciiic system at or near Ea-fle Pass, thereby opening up the rade of old Mexico by the short-ist line than can be built from the lorthwestern commercial centers. Then, too, the improvement of Galveston and Aransas harbors Crop Frospeets. he crop pro8i)ects oi Taylor county never were better ac this time of year than they are this spring. The acreage of wheat is slightly in excess of what it was last year. The small yield and the low price deterred many last fall from sowing extensively. But/ from ¡)resent indications we shall have a full crop, and this meansj about 100,000 bushels for the market. This amount of wheat will put .9100.000 in circulation among our farmers and business men. The prospect for co:tori has never been l)etter. To say the least of last year's yield it was not more than half a crop. This amounted to about (3,000 bales in the country tributary to Abilene. With a fui! crop the same acreage would {>rodace 12,000 bales. The acreage, however, will be more than double and consequently a full crop this year means at least 25,000 bales, and estimating it at $40 per bale it will bring .n .^lOOO-000. This will be no mean showing for a country so you:ig as this and onU" partially de\-eloped at that. The increase in the acreage sown to oats will be at least 100 per cent., and a full yield at an average j)rice would give us for export at least ¥50,000 worth of oats. The acreage of corn £,nd other field crops will also be largely increased and this year ihe home demand for all these things will be fully supplied, so that there will be no further need of im|)orting corn or other feed stuffs after this year's crop is gathered. Fruit hag been slightly injured by frost, but we shall haN e enough to supply the home demand and still leave a large surplus for shipment abroad. Taking the most careful and Second. Kesolved, that we recommend to the Alliance eoiion yard manager at Abilene that he employ an expert to sauiple and grade cotton that ;lie cotton rais-:er uiay have their'.'oiton weighed, ^^ampled and graded !)efore sale. fr^"*^'^" vf ^iVn/ifiiTi [1 ^^ The mayor of Kingiisher, O. T,. has received a letter from a liele-. gaiioii o: colored reopie siwi-ed "The coninjittee of safety," pru-# testing threats of white recuiaiors 01 stealing, and warn *ht m i: ;g / continues the\" vi-il! be en onr | of the eountry, Tiie of safety" in their lets are peaceable and hoi of the rnitml States we have as uuu-h .-igi ritor\' as ba^e tlie gi\'e Vfui I'air warnini inenii.'cr ot' utir race ■■eonun:'te-;: ersav: "Wjc N lest eni/enA and as siii'ií t in this 'rt-. S ni:';^ ofTer- in g for I think the business men of Abilene will join lis in this ri'Ci)in-mendation, I have seen the streets crowded almost impassable with wagons loaded with cotton during last year's cro]); Itlien what will it be in the futnre; 'iThis country is adapted to cotton raising and iu the neat: future Abilene will be cue of the leaci-ing cotton towns in the state. So if the above plan can be carried out, this unnecessary street crowding will cease, and the buying btisiness will he done inside of the iiouses instead of a farmers and tiieir wagoi ed around by thai many buyers the streets for hours at a time in the hot sun and dust. Itespt. yours, •T, >r. A.NDERSi'N. Sec. T. C. F. A. dozf^n crowd- in Wagoe Koad.So Of but little less importance lo ¡railroads themselves, are irood iwagon roads leading in all direc-Uions from Abiieue./ While lands _ „„-....... _ „,„ .III..II r«iii • are stiU cheap the citizens of Taylor county should see to it that roads are laid out. from everv i>or- a oand or regaiat'jr^, ;r hands at c laid on at.;,' ■obi ; ; without author:"of ia n-go to hi.» assistanor as o v. i anu if we aro oio'-era-e i we will I urn tnu of a: er to a>bt;s." - - - s»^ —«a 3I:iso3i1í' Leeiurt-s. Mr, Jibla \V:U son. ciUiil I the commilCct* oo -vor c Grand Lodge of vb ijilene fi'oni Aorb UT: ii t■ ^ iüol(is]\-e, wheü i:- ir Ol exfinplifs^ tiiL- Iboi; bi'd.,,-Ab Mas - er oí aso n- o¡ "ib-especial! v tlie .■.divers of the ent Lou ge.5 are coi diaüy ti. attend •.hese n!io.-'ing&. ? will ¡je brbi ibov nnb n:_n hoteis üa^o"- oroiniseb -.o- >0 lo visÍLurs, Jíorcler fiiape], ^ > n e n a nnin ri 11 s o o !; oomniunoy :s .^(-aicOii ouseo ()t oi.s i.' '.'o Sueh is no', tbc iai "-'/ ob t ; .i oau Su i I íI i n t b V o i a t o ^ (biape: ..;.oglbM':b¡íMMÍ. fo ' to tcb }• lor reabi'r^ tb.r suroristjb Ol -■• c .>v aÍ i: • hoUSt-S aob so MI 111.0: : 10 b cubisou-on tbatc lo toa fo inonibs. ha'- e !m;io ;; Thev r ■■ s ; il ou sc ooses. ■n a: w ooin^tno -ats will put new life and energy into i conservative view of it we can, we Office over Lapowski's store. Special attention to Collections. CHESTNUT STREET, ABILENE. HAS A FULL STOCK OF DRT GOODS, Ind in Connection Therewitli a Complete Line of Drugs and Medicine THE PUBLIC INVITED TO CALL. SMcited ; SatUfaction Otiuranieed. J. M WAOSTAFF, ATTORXEY AT LAW Abilene, Texas. Will practice in the district and county courts, and give close attention to all business entrusted to his care. Office over First National Bank. Erastus Graham, ATTOENKYAT-LAW. W^Ill give special attention to con ve xncìB^^&BsìBg on titles to real estât 10« South First Street. Abile T. A. HE^RY, WOffice over Lapoweki's storey Abilene, Texas. those railroad systems building westward from these sea boards. Already the Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe has reached a point within fifty miles of Abilene, and the construction on its route will bring it to Abiieue, and the trade of this magnificent territory. The Aransas Pass railroad calls in its char-er for Taylor county, and as a mater of course will, if it builds to ay lor county, come through Abi-ene, the county seat, already a ity of considerable commercial portance. The Austin and Northwestern 6 extending in this direction, and ill likely be influenced by the same causes and build to Abilene. So soon as deep water is secured at Aransas Pass and Galveston, a number of roads may be expected to pass through this section from the northwest, and if Abilene is the important commercial center of this section of Texas, these roads will come throagh your city too. It may be asked, "How do you know thsse things!" to which w§ are bound to say that the outlook is brighter than ever before, and we ha ve great cause for rejoicing. tion of the county to Abilene, and the shortest distance over the most desirable country for roads should be selected. One of the most difficult rifou-lems that an old settled country has to contend wbih is the wagoti roads, and this is because the_pe<> ple delay until the country is thickly settled, to lay out i)ermanen' roads; the lands then have become very valuable and the effort is then to throw the roads 0 ri 1 '0 v»' ground, and many land owners, too. want pay for the land occupied by public roads. Now is the opportune time to secure good, short roads in every direction from Abi]e.ne, but to delav action means hundreds of 0 oliati V,0 0 0 0 ^ ■ as wíjü as ^Hon..: 'lir^-'-aocomnoula^; a ia; tlOiO Î ro.'^pet. r -or a Suo^^a;.-¿ iinday, and oi uia:.;.- r^ 0ammiiio:v is ijno ^^■ : toe l'oanity and :s si' miles ^oLiihwesi ^o' a ! A, I;, > Merkel. ■rrAa>, Aiii'o ko - -------- - ÌSB.—ê—-sa- ■ — Tí" i nier ll'ìiea Ibi àTira^e condi'o;o: vrheai 13 hi»n2r man 3 and l'i ocin'á beiidv 'nao 30 that the esunia'o.ï c created raoïe oi in^a of whtat ai one ai prices rai;u'e from ì 1 è:;00,0u0,no0. L'nder " ' -î ; 1 r o 3 AdTance.. ,1 i_rf)(i ooo -■ a = se 0 tions 11 IS naturally eipected thousands of dollars expense here- the railroads before the kose o: after, for the same roads that will ' 1-Oi will enjoy a season o anniaa;DavL^wili Hail«:. Gazette Special. Washington. April 13.—The ap plication of the state of Texas to now cost practically nothing, Be-: dismiss and affirm, an application si^es. it would be a great accom- | Marlow Moh ia^. for writ of habeas corpus in the modation to the citizens of Tay-; Graban) Ten.. April 17 case of J. W. Davis, convicted ai lor county to have good short ' jury in the Mariow too Fort Worth of murder and sen roads from their homes to Abilene. fenced to be hanged, was dismiss- and in addition to this such roads , Waikace guilr; ed by the surpreme court of the ^ould largely increase the trade ; acv. and the iollowiuj ir®01 our city. | Qot guiitr: Dick Cook. John o Vernor case-! rendered the folio win j verdict: Eugeiiü Logan, Sam Vkign-r arkd kc r oonsi)ir- United States to day. Under this ruling Davis will be hanged. The court in deciding the matter says that it cannot find any Federal question involved or that Davis was denied equal protection of the Inws of the state. Will not the p'eople and the Commissioners' Court take this question in hand.' \^'ilkerson au- :ou:ol .ev cok kkiarn Hollis," L.jnetaed in Massachu«ieitM. GLorcEsTEE, Mass., April 20.— i true A negro boy named Charles Cur There is an old aoa-e tiju: What everybody says must oe Henry Cook. It^adiiig merchant of New Knoxvike. Ohio, ^ , . ,, , . .. .says: "Chamberlain's Ccugh Rem--— • - tis was taken from the connty jail i ^.n Pver-. One million and a half men work y^iberty last night by a mob of | bo5v if^e^k Th^^ sa it iu the coal mines of tiie ^orld. g^^g^j^.g^e citizens immediate relief." That is what Of these England has 53.5,000; Un- ¡and hanged to a limb just outside makes it so popular. Jt is prompt ited States 300.000; Germany 285,-1 the corporate liniits and his body i in relieving a cough or cold and 000-Bel«^ium 100,000; France, 90,-i literally riddled with bullets. The | can always be depeut:ed upon. . • K^zirvAn < < nnn Crime for which the unfortunate i There is nothing that will loosen 000-, Austria 100,000; Russia, 44,000. The world's miners of metal number 4,000,000. victim met his fate was an attempt | and relieve a cold so quickly. For to rape an eight-year-old white I sale by Geo. C. Harris & Bro.. girl. Dmggitts. ;

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