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   Abilene Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - June 19, 1891, Abilene, Texas                                 ta y lor  County News.  JAiaS A. LOWBT, PUBLISEIB  A Weekly H«wip»p«r^D«7oted to tàt DfTelop«||l «f Abileae, Tftjitr Oenaty, ud tk* "Abiiaae Coutrj"  TSRMS, $1.50 PER TBAR  L ' »i»  u  Í V  VOLUME  rr i ,  ABILEISTE, TAYLOR COITNTY, TEXAS, FBIDAY, JOTE 19, 1891.  miMBEE IT  THEO. HEYCK, President.  .KG. LOiTDOX. Cashier  WM. CAMERON, Vice-Pres.  THE ABÈENE NATIONAL BANK,  Professional Cards, Drs. EVARTS & STIJLJES,  mmkun nimuu  AND SURGEONS.  t^Diseaseg of Women a Specialty"^®® OJiee Norih Second Street. Dr. Evarts' residence at J alonick place North Side ; Dr. Stiles' over office,  T  Jvivarad  Third rarlles.  Sub-  Largeut Banking iMtitntion in the Ahiletie Country. This Institution is Managed in the Merest of Enterprises Favorable to the Abilene Covnlry. We Would Like Your Business.  XJXiaECTOISS.  THEOD. HEYCK J WM. CAMEBON.l GKO. P. PHÍLUÍ E. B. ROLLINS, J. M. DAUGHERTV, J W. BED, W. B BRAZELTO», J. G. IX)WDON  ------  É m  DE. M. C. BOYCE.  Residence: Coi-ner Chestnut and Seventh Sts.  DR. J. A. FIPKIN.  Residence: Co. Cedar and N. 7th near Baptist ch'r h.  DRS. BOYCE k PIPKIN  Oiler their proffessional gervices to the people of Abilene and vicinity in all the branches of the profession. Calls answered at all hours, day or night.  Office—Up stairs in Steffen's brick, Chestnut street, near Palace Hotel.  r  i i^TABLISHED XATIONAUZED 1884.  The oldest Bank in the Abilene Country.  THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK,  OF A HI i.EXE, TRXAS. capital s126,000. surplus $25,000.  Tt-amactsa Gewral Bartkhig Businesa. Oo(lecfio7t.i n Specialty and Fromptly Remitted for  J. « P.iRH.A.MOrtE, e. A, KIRKI.AKD, .7. M. liADFOUD, BROOKE SMITH, OTTO VV. STEFFEKS. T. S KOLLJ.VS, £. H. SINTENIS.  dr. d. r. fowler,  PITSICIAN AND SUB6E0N,  CHESTNUT ST., ABILENE.  Obstetrics and diseases ot' women a specialty. Otlice in new brick, Chestnut street: llesidtmce on Oak 8tret.-t, south of court iiouse.  Farms of the Future. | Better Prices for Cattle. Snbstitnte for the  Ivarado Bulletin. • i It is iiot very luanj years sitic6 : i>enver Life stoci: Eeconi. Treasury.  Theaadvocate«'and adherents of a member of the United States! The shortness of tbe supply of i Xhe following is the proi>os-a "tlrird" party irfotesfc against the ¡Senate expressed the belief that | beef cattle thronghout the eoun-| ^^^ Barnett Gibbs as a  assertion that onjy two great par-j by the end of the centnry | try has not been exaggerated by j sab-treasary  ties can occupj: and divide the ' every acre of caltivable land iu ! t^® press, and it is an anquestion-j ^^ ^ ij,.  field of America».politics, at one I this country would be worth $oO. j able fact that the day for cheap, j ^^^.^^gg volume of money  and the same tim^e, and that the, As the end of the century has ' meat is past for some years to : ^^ jj^g demands of business history of "third^ parties has been I come nearer we have commenced come, at least. We would remind pj-oviile relief for the  a history of failores, by pointing j to think this essertion a wild ex- tbe sturdy western cattlemen who u^agges: o the Repablican party and as- aggeration; but now comes a writ have held on during all these serting ness  Section 1. There shaii be estai)-  G. W. SHERBINO. M. D.,  HOMOKPATÌIIC PlIYSimX^  Chronic Di'U'use^ a SpeciaUy. k  Office at Residence south disi Church, Abilgse, Texas.  r'ith ample capital and large lucilities tohandle all desirable business, we invite resDondeiice and solicit a continuunce of the liberal patronage extended to us.  W  correspon  F. VV JAMES, President EL). .S HrOflE.S, V Prefiidetit  H B KENYON, Cashier. JiKNKV JAMES, Ass't Cashier,  DR. W.  PHYSICIAN  ABIL  Calls attend over llarrii' property form  ALLA  ND SURC^ONj  the ^  Farmers and Merchants NaXional Bank, i  OF ABILENE, TEXAS. ■  Capitai, - - S6o,000.00.  JOffX K. ilOXlK, C13AS. KEXYON. ED. S. linillES. F. FLOl'li-VOV B. B. KEXVOX, F. C. D1GBÏ ROBEHTS. and F vÇ. JA.MEí.  Collections received <«i uU accessible poiuts and returns proinptiy made as directe' Car^rul attention L'iveii fc> tlie business of oorn-siKin.ie/its Letters ul ¡n<!Uiry .Mieerlully iin<l  ed.  promptly answerec  .NEVER TOO MUCH TliOUBLE TO PLEASE OUIi CUSTOMLltS.  TKY US  and superficial reader of political history, the Republican party was wrecked—what! '  It will doubtless prove interesting to survey th^ field of American political history and ascertain the fate of "tfiird parlies.  In 1832, with the field fully occupied and covered by the Democratic and Whig parties, the Anti-Masonic ¡¡party, witii William Wirt—one oi tbe most conspicuous men of his day—at its head, appeared, but survived only one campaign and exerted no iutluence on the politics of that day.  sertion he supports with figures, j g^'^ase^  lam hardly prei)ared to indorse; Tariff and JNHlver.  his position, but with tbe WelM Fisher Coumy CaU  proven fact that our population is ' All that stands in tbe way of a now increasing much faster than democratic victory ;U the next is our production of food supplies, national election is danger of a there is every reason to believe j split on the question of free coin-that we are approaching an era of i age. While we are earuestly and higher prices, and consequently j conscientiously in favor of free higher value of larin :an(l—and so i coinage of silver, yet we feel that of better times for the farme.? ! if this issue should be pressed at generally. | the ne.xt election it might cause a ;  -----—a--: division in our ranks fatal to :  l.otter.y Letters. ' success. In our minds, granting :  Tbe postal autboiities have pos- ail due iiuportance to the silver , ted in cospicuous places, in all question, the tariff issue over- ' The Liberty party, led by JUmes postoftice, placards aanouncing ; other |)robleu)s that  G. Birney, was in the campaigns tbe terms of the regulation which ' ^qw confronts the American ])eo-of 1840 and 18-11. Tbe only inilu. prohibits the partroniziug of pie. ence it exerted'was to deleat Hen- any lottery concern by mail. This ry Clay in tbe latter year and give act applies not only to the lotteries a new triumj)h to. the cause of themselves but to the jiersons slavery, which it was professedly who have boeu in the habit of combating. sending letters to anv sort of lot  inOOd  i'haiige  In 1818 and 1852 Free Soilers.  In 18.")(] tbe Know Nothiiig.s. In 18G0 tbe Constitutional i'n-io nists. ' s  Keaííon lo the Teví,  >ava:iai: N'-u-.-  A ftMv Sundays age aü Ai^auía preacher iiaà selected as his text  ai)peared the tery whatsoever. A sharp lookout ; ¡norning discourse;  is being kept by the postal oiiicials and any person detected in the act  oe & le^tt,\  ys - Law,  J. a. cu UK IE  ronvevancer.  H'li.L sriTH,  Notarv Public.  H. M. 11 EX DER SOX Sur ve vor.  Curriê, Stith & Henderson,  GENERAL LáND, LOAN ÄND INSURANCE AGENTS  ABÍLEK£. TAYLOR COUNTY, TEXAS.  ST.. ABILEXE. Will practiiS? in uii the court« and g-ive close attention to ail business inrrnstec to their care.  WM. H. LOCKETT.  J TTORNEY AND COUNSEL OR AT LA W{  AI5[LKNE, TEXAS (.mice over Flounxoy liuiidia,^-, Chestlun St.  kJ  OH'N A. WILLIAMS,  Attorney-at-  .AW.  Abstracter  ^ MP! r\ iN i./'  AX  AìjEÌN .  mm oí tìie Tailor Connty Absírací Co, Boo^s.  Complete abstract of title to all lands in Taylor county, lots in Abilene, Buffalo Gap and Merkel. Abstracts furnished on short notice and at rciasonable rates. Money to loan at lowest rates and on better terms tban ever offered in West Texas.  Prompt attention given to the investigation of old land titles.  Notarv Public work done in oflice.  Office up stairs in Maverick Building, Pine Street. Abilene. Texas.  i>. u. hill,  ATT(J)K^EY-AT - LAAV  AHILEXE, TEXAS. Oiliee over First Naiional Bank  c, a. kirklano,  att o k \ e v- a t - l a w,  Office over First X'.ntionai Bank. AB.LEXE,..........TEXAS  S .1 Y L E S k 8 A Y L E S,  L A W Y E R S ,  Abilene........Texa.«.  Oiliee, corner of Xorth ind and Pine Sts  of mailing such a letter wil! b? punislied to the full extent of the  ! IS.2 the laiteral he])ui)Ucans law. This act aiJplies to aii>  perhajis the greatest array of tal- news])aj)er ])ub!ishing a re})ort uf  lent ever gathered togethei- at the any gift enterprise or ¡>rize drawin ^  birth of a new ¡Mrt}'. into which the element of chance  In IS'K) and one or '.wo subse- enters in any degree. Exclusion  quent can\'as6es. the Green* from the nuiils is tiie publisher's  backers. 'penalty. Some may not like the  InlsSO'and in later canii)aigns law, but its no use kicking against  the Prohibitionists. the TTiited States go\ernment In 1888 the Laborites.  Of all 'tiiese, the  )arty alone wielded ai)y im[)ortant The midnight sky adorned with  ••riiere Is Bnt One Book.  Prohibition lu.iuirer  easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven." lie intended to -scotoh "ein." When he entered the ¡ui!-pit he found a note from liie richest member of the eongrega-tion, and it read ;is f o 11 o s : ■•When the rollecrion for fort-ign mission is ta^en up this morning put me down for .-^.300."" The sermon was i)reat'iied on the text: "Take heed thai }e do not your alms before nsen tu be seen of them."  plicable. ami subj^ I provisicns herein t-iroN'ideil I'jr i well as 'hose in said act coniain-ed not in contiict hercviti!,  Sec. 2. Tbe incorpora ".ors awaking apj)!.icatiou to the :o!npiroiier of the lurrencv for legal Lenders shall execute a ;oint ..nil several bonds payable to the secretary i-f tbe treasury, and ins s!irces.<t>;-> in ohicc, for tiu' anion:!' 'c..;;;! tenders io l)e receivi-u. : bond shall bear 2 per ccii'. interest per annum and bo secured b;" a mortgage on agricultura! lands on a basis of one-balf tlici;- market N'alue.  Sec. -3. Persons in a.ny appiyibg for a charter and for banliing shall puM.sh :1 for tiurtv davs be fere :iin>i; in some lücn! paper, tc gdn the lunount of capital to o,-for. and a descrlpUL-n i.ud v the agricultural laud upo;, tlie inort^n^e is ro  Sec. -, .Vftc" 'Uo 111 i:a11 o )  1 ) C .1.1 'P. o ■ : •  I 1 !  aaii oeiu  ; U f^ 1 > O Ml n ; !'  •ander nearest  Flirted With lii.^ Motlier.  I li-vciand Wi.ria  A Toledo society woman has piaved a good joke on her son by  influence, but as in the case of the stars is regarded very <iifferently Liberty party, it gave the victory by a peasant to what it is by an to tbe enemies of the cause it had astronomer. The furiner has no championed. such conce])tion of the glory of ! attending a swell private masque-  Tbe Free Soil partv alone ever ^lie heavens as tbe latter has. He j rade and allowing him to tiirt wiih bad the shadow of a reason for a s visions of magniticence i her; nay. more, ask for a being, but it met with no popular through his hours of lonely virgil demand. It polled 291,000 votes ^¡th his telescope utterly incom-I in 1848 and in 1852 only 15G,000. prehensible to an untrained eye.  did it seoure l-'l^tis it is with the Bible. Only by her about the entire evening, and study and familiarity with it shall j when- the time for unmasiing came we know its treasures of instru'  ils we make  Ids wiri]-  out the taint-?st suspision on the {iart as to who the charmet: was, He followed  young man  lair  •! In neither canv ass an electoral vote.  The Globe-Deiiiocrat, unques-lionable authority on matters per- tion and comfort, taining to the Republican party, our daily meditation we shall understand how trulv the great  was at her side ready to catch the hrst glimps-?. Imagine his cha  grin.  M. C. LAMBETH,  Notary Public.  J. \v. M CAMLEY. Attorney at Laic.  M. Í LAMBETH íSl < O.  OFKK'K ON '  CHESTNTT ST.  Real Estate Agents.  A LARGE LiST OF LAUDS AND CITY PROPERTY FOB SALE.  ABILENE. TEXAS.  T & V LANDS AN» CITY LOTS  08. Jl. R. FOWÍ.ER,  t. w. daucherty,  Aííoriiev and roiiiisellor-iit-Law  ABILEXE.....TiiXAS,  Office over Lapowski's store. Special attention to Ctollections.'"5ia  J. 31 WAiiSTAFF, ATTORXEY AT LAW Abilene, Texas.  Will pr.actice in the district and county courts, and give close attention to alf business entrusted to his care.; Office over First X'ational Bank.  says :  •'The liepublican party was never a ''third" i-arty, for the simple au'l conclusive reason that in 18.5(3, when it tirst appeared on tbe national stage, it was the only real  novelist spoke when dying: is but one book."  •T)  lie re  Women an<l fk'oiioniy.  Ni'w ^'ork Ufcora  A wise woman who knows gi\-e.s  comi)etitor which confronted the womankind in genera! a few hints  Democracy, After the canvass ot ojj pj^p, jneans of being ecoii-  1851 the Whig and Free Soil par- omical. .V clever device, she says,  ties \vent to pieces and never for providing one's self with a  again appeared in the national number of fresh toilets for the  e  arena.  Most of the southern  coming summer  is to secure in  T. A. HENRY,  S^Office over Lapowski's store, xVbilene. Texas.  Whigs joined the Democracy be- the first place a pretty and beccm-  cause of the passage of tbe Kan- iij„- frock of a neutral tint that  sas-lMebraska bill of 1855, which goes well with many colors. This  virtually threw the territories frock should be made with simnle  open to slavery. The Northern g^-ii-t and one of those jacket  Whigs and those Northern Demo- ijodices, the front of which are ''Ut crats who opposed slavery muted  Origin of iiie Word .^tSrZiug.  The origin of the word sterling is very curious. Among the early miniers of coin in northern Europe were the dwellers of eastern lier-many. They were so skillful in their calling that numbers of them v/ere invited to England to manufacture the metal money of the kingdom. The strangers were konwn as "Easterlings." After a time the word became "sterliiig." and in this :ibbre\uaied form it has come to imply wiiat is genuine in money, plate or character.  ^ ("ei • t-( ■ granì e!  currency, if there valili objeciion, i-ii said land io be val Uc b\- iliree postuiascer land. He shall .-ausf an to i.>e inade and tdle by tbe rnilcd State-» d>t torney or souie la'.v -, vf do.-b\' tiie couiptrcMci, ; It to it e i aid bv ap!c;("iat d ter.  Sec. ."t. "hj 'i-;  sccuriÍN IS satISta*■ ■ i); y,  provided by law, it -dia.. duty to issue legal • ei.der :i the amount of the bond an gage, and ^rant cuari-:-r operat .on jf said ban a,  Sec, ii Said bank notes by the co u piro ber si ad tenders for all debts an-public and private, a nd excep" import duties and s redeenuible in coin tar g p-. * welUVear L'nited State-at the option of the gu'. cm  Sciu 7. W-jen 'he l.r-v . compbed ve irli, and da- -satisfactory, the auiedint : shall i:e issued, nro'vi.bed no that all kinds of money, i... gold and silv'  .'01  Fyihian Brothers,  Kaxsa.s City Mo,, June 14.—The  successful grafting of skin suf-offat the waist sharp and shortly. ; ^^ ^p^ ^^^^  and which finish at the throat with l^^j^^j^j^jp^j ^^  a turn-down collar. - Fulkerson of the Sdver  In the bouse one will wear ; Lowell companv stepped by mis-  useful costume with a pale blue , ^^^^^ of boiling grease,  legs trom tbe  -dealer in  Dry Goods and Drugs!  f  CHESTNUT STREET. ABILENE.  Has a full stock of dry goods, and in connection therewith a compleie line ot drugs and medicines. The public cordially invited to call. Low prices in both lines.  ^OCERIES,  Glassware, Queensware  J. H. FICKENS :  DAVID J, RED.  PICKENS, & RED  Office in Courthouse, Abilene, Texas.  ven to furnishing Abstracts of title. Having a complete  Special attention given to i'urnishing Having  Abstract of Taylor county land titles as  recorded in Taylor, Bexar and Travis counties, we are prepared^to furnish Abstracts on short notice and at reasonable prices.  A K D  We have addejd to onr stock of groceries a nice line of Glass, ^n and Qaeensware, and are prepared to offer inducements to parties wanting to buy. We hope to merit tbe patronage of the public on these goods just as we have on groceries: let, fair dealing; 2nd, by kind treatment; ;3rd, and last, by giving figures that will suit everybody. Come and examine oar goods and learn our prices.  ROliX<Iiis m SON,  p. H. CARTER,  m PU Mi COIFIYID  Office Over Sffitifirs'  , All kinds of Conveyancing and Notarial work icill be attended t<j Carefully, Accurately and Prompt' ly. Acknowledgements of ladies and invalids taken either at office or residence. If not in office when you call leave your order, which shall hare prompt attention. Rule of Office is Care, Accuracy, Dispatch.  in an organization wliich ultimately adopted tbe name liepublican and in 185G nominated Fremont for the Presidency. ' It was an entirely new {)arty. All the old parties which had battled against tbe  Democracv had vanished and this i/  one appeared in its place- Men little surah. A blue tie knots at I  silk blouse which does not cost ■ ^^ ^^^^^^^ i  much if one buys it, and it ccsts 1 cooked away,  still less if one makes it out of a | ^^^ method of repairing the  who had hitherto been in opposing tlie throat witb a white lace hosts now found themselves in the same camp. Tbe Know Xoth-  mage  ing.  was biv grafting of skin I from other human beings upon the injured members. One hundred  For out-of-door strolls in the ! ^^^ ^^^  ing was tbe only party which ap- cotintry a bright tartan p.aid , organization Falkerson  peared in 1856oatsiueoftaeDem- blouse and tie can be substituied.: ^ member, contributed por-ocratieand Kepiibliean organiza- If one is unlucky enough to be - ^^^ anatomv to be used in  tiens. In that canvass the Know ^hut up in town a stimy starched ^^^ Fulkerson. The grafts  Nothings secured 8 electoral white skirt will make all proper | ^^^^^ ^^^^  votes, the delegation from Mary- and conventional. ber, and in the ma oritv of cases  land, while tbe Kepabhcans total If one boats a navy blue blouse ; sucessfal. Fulkerson was  was 114 and the Democrats 174. ^i]} be added, and for tennis The Kepublican never was a minor something iigtired witb rackets both limbs, organization, because it sprang in- and balls. One dress witb a num-to being as the representative of a , ber of ties and blouses can be  Hon d V : iic gi)\-erri;:ie no tine exceed ce the eutire oopulati on, the la.s' preceding 1 c e ri s u 5,  Sec S ^\'hen a-,v shall nave receiveii tbis per capita Increase cubit ing uiediuui d'.;: basis, lit snal; rto e: vt- a-, til two years t' may recei\-e it remainder not plications tron tltiCii to it.  Sec, 'I. Any Secure the ci alienated, subject to the : under proper regulation release and reiirenient tion.  Sec, JO, The^e oanks lation may loan nnney prodtacts. or sncli oiher as they may deem proper  ra •  L e i  : i < ì 1 î" ; i i  oti.er ^tatv-;  •uvi inort.cige t ulation may c inortga-'  ■ 1 ^ ' ! .  larin  ,I£ow to Beiect Death.  If, when the haiui of the sua-poseu dead person e>e held toward a candle or other ariiLcial light, with the hngers extended and touching each other, and one look through the space between the lingers ^towaids ike light there Wbatds said 10 be tbe greatest . appears a scarlet red color where  powerful and enduring public i ^^ked into all sorts of combina-1 ^^^ ! hnger the  sentiment which hitherto had not ' tions. i veloped near Huron, South Dako- : person is still alive asserted itself." -—-——• -  enjoying  the use of  The color is  ta.  The vein was tapped at a 1 caused by the blood stili circula-  ______»1 . ■■——-____An Illinois preacher conve.?ted ¡ depth of 935 feet and the well ; ting showing itself through tiie  Women rode horseback just asa dissolute character. Tbe latter ' tiows at tire rate of 10,000 gallons ' tissues which have not yet eoii-men do until a cripple woman who : then proceeded to instruct the 1 a minute. The water rushes from i gested. When life is entirely ex-happened to be a queen made the j former in tbe art of passing count-1 an eight inch pipe, to the height ; tinct tbe phenomenon of scarlet side-saddle fashionable, because erfeit money. They are both in ; of fifty feet, with a noise that can I space between the tingers at once she couldH't ride astride. jjaü. ' be heard for two miles or more. cease.s.   

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