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   Abilene Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - August 7, 1891, Abilene, Texas                                 S" >  r-  fi^mmmmm  "t f  r  I  ir  \y  J  or  Co uni y News.  7111»rÂ. iiOWBT, PUBLIBHXB  A WoeklT Kewsptpflr—DfToitâ t« tä« D«TtlopB«t «f Alil^, Tftyltr Omty. «lá ibt "AMlttt Ofutry*  n&u, iijo PU mi  V'Ui.UME 7.  ABILEKE, TAYLOK COUOTY. TEXAB, FRIDAY, AUG, 7. 1891  NUMBER 24  THλ. HlíVCK. Pnwident.  J G. iX>WDON.Cashit'r  WM CAMERON. Vice-Pn-8.  THE ABILENE NATION A J. BANK,  Pro/eftsiomtl Cards* »rs. E VARTS & STII.ES,  The Farmern and the De«  Largesi Ttanliing Jnstitvtion in the AhU.ene Country. Tkif^ Insfitution is MMknagcd in the Interest of Enterprises Fin-<,rnblc to the Abilene Country. We Would Likf Yonr Buaincna.  mocraey.  , The farmers and the Democracy gOSCOFATSIC FHSiCUNS lare i^onear together that they AND SURGEONS. i should reach agreement withoat  i^ Diseases of Women a Specialty-^ j <]ifficalty. The platform  Office I^orth Second Street. i " T »  Dr. Evarts'residence at J alonick place ¡adopted by the Alhaace eonveo-North Side : Dr. Stiles' over oifiee. Louis WaS in »OSt re-  i spects a repetition the demands that have been made by the Dem-  DR. J. A. PIPKIN,  TlI^D. HEYCK, WM; CAMEBON, QKÚ. P. PHILUPS. E. B. ROLLINS. J. M. DAÜGHEETY, .1 W. KKD, W. if BRAZELTON, 4. Q\ I^WDOX.  í'líMT1LÍ.\ÍI^IHPLaS2i.00()  - i ABI.ÍSíIKD i-  NAlU>N.'vLI7.KÍ> ISM  The oldest Bank in the AbHens Country.  THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK,  OF AHII.KNK. I KXAS  CAPITAL S125,000. SURPLUS S26,000.  Physician and Surgeon, oerats every four years since the ^^ ,,, , , f^ ^îïr- The Ocala Alliance conven-  Offers his proilessional services to  j the people of Abilene and vicinity iti all vention tacked on the BUb-treas-  ! the branches of the profession. Calls , , d«i»rarflfinn THa  ; answered at all hoiirí», day or night. ûeciaration. líie  Office—U > stair.« over Lapowski's Democratic party cannot adopt  iSaÎîi.tcSÏÏÎr'"''"''''"'''''''^^^ latter Without a complete  I surrender of the principles for  which it has fought so long. If the farmers of the northwest will join with the farmers of the aouth in advancing the interests of the R^Snce J>emocratic party, they will find that a reduction of táxation, miti-  DR. D. R. FOWLER,  PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,  CnE-STNUT ABILEKK.  Obstetrics and diseases of womi>n a specialty. Ofllce ia new brick, Chestnut street; on Oak street, south of court house.  new nmrkets for farm products, ^^^^ ^^gic would lead to  'J. ii/!Áí¡>-f.'iji (levrrul Jidr<f:iik/ Hiismr.-^.,. (l.ilcc'n.:  ■in¡t,i (, uà ì':-rin yitli! R,-Iiiìii''iì  economical administration of the  H J'ARRAMORE, G. A. KIURI.AND, J,M. RADFOUD, BUOOKF. SMITH, OTTO W. .STEFFEN.^, t. ROLLIN>, F.. II. SIKTENIS  desirable bii.«ineí'í'. we invife ,1 patroüH^e (-xteiuied to us.  With ample capital and large laciiltios to handle al! rreSDoridence and solicit a continnnnce oftiie li^eri  orresporidence »  F .JAME.S. Pr.'.si.ient KI> Hl.'GHK'^. V )'re,-i(lci't  B. KEN VON. Cashier. HKNHV .FAMIv«., A'^s't C:ishi.  Ti-n:  parmehs and merchants n a'  ABILENE-;. LX.C-^.  G. W/SEERBINO, M. D., gation of corporate evils, for-IlOMOKPATHiC PilYSKlAN. of unearned_Iand grants, d^ed, for^jhe  Vhrorii,- Diii'-H.se.'* a Spf'.'u'ltu.  Otlice at Ht^sidenc«! south of Metho-; dist Church, Abilene. Te-xa.-^. government, strict observance of  coustitution limitations, will be the  DR. W. W. WALLACE, ^^^ Democratic victory.  ¡PiYSIOiAH AND SURdEON,; The sub-treasnry, the rand loans, ABILENE. TEXAS. the government purchase of rail-  ( nils attended iiay or nierhr. Office impossibilities. The  over llarri.-;' Driiiii^tore. liesidence in ; n , . . -i  property formerly owned t)y L,j^laier. : leaders ot the Alliance have Said  that they only want relief for the  DB. F. H. BHOWK, ' farmer from the burdens that now  weigii with such crushing force  lt«tter From J. L. Hlefcs.  Abilene, Texas, Aug. let, '91.  Editor News .—In yonr paper of this week I find a paragraph credited to the Aberdeen Examiner, which runs as follows :  "If the sub-treasaiy scheme was adopted^ history would repeat itself. The big farmers and speculators woald ase it for all it is worth and grow fat and rich upon it, while the little fellows who are doing all the howling would be left with the bag to hold, as nsnal. It has been this way in every scheme and plan concocted, and always will be. 'The survival of the fittest' is the decree of civilization as well as nature, and the little fish will glide into the jaws of the big fish as long as the world moves."  Now, if the above is to be accepted as logic, it is a dark day, in-millions who toil.  Everybody Knows Tbem.  Oomaadie C^ef.  The Fort Worth Mail attempts to defend a class of men it is pleased vo denominate as pessimists, and whom it describes as  Hold tbe Ho«ieftte»d  Ever and anon some one it heard to cry oat against the TexM homestead law, and from an anii-homestead standpoint it would seem that any person would be  the complete abandonment of all political efforts on the part of the oppressed to better their condi- i back ou the record.  Ü  .Bank.  DENTIST,  Estal)li.«lip<i  n  A BH.KXi:.  TKX.VS,  Capita:  i^6o.OOO.OO.  DR. J. M. ANDERSON,  'DENTIST  ui)on him; that they will not insist upon the sub treasury, the land i loans and the purchase of railroads if ijoinething better can be suggested. That being the case, lei tlieiii carefully compare the St. Louit; and Ocala platforms with  tion. Not only would the sub-treasury plan have to go, but the low tariff plan, through which the poor cdnsumers have been promised such large benefits, would have to go also, because the pro-! tected barons are the big fish, I And the free coinage of silver would have to go, because the gold men are the big fish. And cheap and equitable transporta. tion rates would have to go, because the railroad magnates are the big fish. And all restriction of the liquor traffic would hare to  V those of the Democratic party and I go^ because the liquor lords are  .lOHX Kv IIOXIH, ('HAS. KENYON. ED. S. iiri.HE.s. ]V.y. Fi.nrRsnv. B. B. KEXVOX. IIENHV JAMES, 'uvl E W. .lA.MES.  Collectioas-received on all accessible pomts, and return. ).rom!>tly mivle a."^ directed Car^l^i attention idven to the bu5ines.« of correspondents Letters of inuusry chenrfulh and promptly a'Dswcred  never TOO mitch TBOUHLE TO Pf.KA.'^E Ol'H ci SToMEll.^ TRY c.-  PINK .-íTIiFKT, AKH.ENF, TEXAS  I). T. lìLKDSOK.  BLEDSOE  LINGO, Bl RTON & CO..  LUMBER DJEA]LERS.  The Best Stock of Lumber in the West. The BBst Equipped Lumber Yard in the State. Your patronage respectfully solicited.  ABILiJNE, - - - TEXAS-  f  CkEAP I^ANDS.  Attorneys - at - Law,  nXE ST., ABILEXE. Will practice i» all tho courts andgive cloise attention to ali intrusted  to their care.  WM. H. LOGKSTT. i  akrr.exe, tex:A>  Office over Flonnioy ^.uil(îin^^ Clie.stinit  I^. ii. SSILL. i'TOiiXEY - Al^-LAW  ABILENE, TEXAS, onice over First National Hank  thev will see that.in Democratic ^^e big fish. And ''equal rights to  ---------------------- : success in 1892 lies the hope of ^^^ special privileges to Done"  : their salvation, ¿and thai the would have to go, because the few LECETT, quickest route to^ relief is along  tlie Democratic Avalanche.  who have been specially favored  PQ^d._Appeal-' monopolies  and trusts and combioes vrould ! have absolute reign over the peo-A Fiuanc^latl Seheme. ; pie, for they are the big fish.  Ex-Governor la illock, of Geor-1 If the survival of the fittest be gia, has a financial scheme for the the eternal decree, and the few  ^«r,«« ..-r-/ ..M/ Govemmcut wJi ch he thinks who are financially strong are to \ ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW, ,, * e n . ^ -.u ■ e .  : would cause a panacea for all the i stand with their feet across the  evii& about which-there is com-j necks of the many who are finan-  i plaint. would have the Gov-f cially weak as long as the world  eriiment issue an interconvertible ! moves, then the word 'Democracy'  i 2-per-cent bond," he said, on which i is a misnomer, and Jefferson and  'the holder could get money at the Jackson, and all the old patriots  treasury on demand, and which ; were only dreamers, and govern-  could be nmde the basis o.f nation-! ment by the people an ignominious  ; al bank circulation. Then I would : failure after all. Why go to the  make the national banks give a 1- 'sancium, or to the rostrum, or to  per cent, bond as security for de- i the ballot box, or to the halls of  I positors, the boud to be issued by ' legislation any more to contend  I the Government, and I would let for justice, if the men with only  men who neverattend public meet-[justified in storming the home-  ings called for the purpose of pro-1 stead citadel. But, with this aa moting the general good of their i with almost every other matter of town, and who never give a cent i public concern, there is another towards securing any railroad or | aid«. Facts and figures are bar-puDlic enterprise. It seems that i ren of all sentiment. They d« not a large number of these skinflints ; pander to (he whim of any man, have gone into the banking I ^or do they change to suit any business at Fort Worth, and dur-1 individual' convenience. If ih« ing the present financial pressure ¡Texas homestead law is a menace they are ^Haking care" of the liber- j to public good and public prosper-al, progressive and public spirited ity it certainly has been in effect men who have doubtless given jong enough for its evil effects to more to the public enterprises of ^e apparent. Looking at it from Fort Worth than their limited | either side, one thing is certain, means would warrant. The Mail | the great majority of the people  does not say how much those Sby. ; favor the law. and he who makes  locks are charging for the service : the loudest kick against it soon  : finds that his sweetness was spent ; "on tiie liesert air."-—Denison ; Gazetteer.  JBarly Texsui Wheat.  Grtenville Headligiit.  Do the people 01 Texai ^realixe that the markets of the world are nearer Texas than any other portion of ihe great jrain producing: west f The winter wheat 01 Kansas, Nebraska anc other western stales is now being eat, and will not be rea.iy for lae local naarketi before the rirsi 01 August, and for transportation by the 15 of An-ijiisc. Texas is not only nearer the markets, nut her wheat is reatiy :'cr 'ransportaiion one monin earner, anc our. people saii get the money for ineir surpluB grain long before iiie westara grain proJucer 13 ready to ihip his. Texas, therer'ore, haa advantages not sufficiently ippreciftted which will be of more value to the as deep water ia secured on the gulf coast. The grain carrying trade from Texas will, sooner or later, become of ad much importance as the cotton shipments now are, and mora. The great west will goon be iiup-ping grain through Texas to En-rope, Central and South America.  of "taking care" of their less fortunate neighbors, but if they do no: get the pound>f fiesh before they release their victim, they will  These carbuncles have built up vast fortunes on other men's efforts in behalf of the city, refusing to share the expense of public enterprises. Now theyare referred to as "tcw-ers of financial strength," the "con-seivaiive element," and a lot of | of other rot that savors of toad vism to a class that merit only the con- ! tempt of a progressive people. | These barnacles and blood-suckers ; have fastened themselves upon ^ nearly every town and city in [he : state, and if one of thetn is ever coaxed into turaing loose » dollar | for the public good, the fact is heraldod to the four corners of the ; earth by some sycophant who is' alwavs near at hand. i  Cultivation of Peanutg.  Like all other crops, good seed i people as soon is required in order to get a good stand ol peanuts. It ■:ake8 about 30 pounds of the California or white Virginia and 50 pounds of the Tennessee reds to plant an acre. Tennessee peanuts can be planted much closer in the rows. The California peanut is the best to plant, as it.yieids three or four i But the Texas planter should be times as much as the Tennessee I encouraged to plant wheat mi4  C. A. KIRKLAND,  A T T O K X E1'- A T -1. A W.  Ollicp o\i>r Fir.^l National Bank. AHILKNK..........-  reds do, and meets with a more ready sale.  Peanuts require a rich, sandy soil loam that is known as upland, Damp land gives the nuts a straw color and tkey are not of as good a quality as those raised on higher laud.  study its riant life, habits, disadvantages, etc., be able to supply a part of ih€ world's great demand for bread.  The Alien Land bill makes Money Dear and Land Cheap, and we offer bargains in the latter. It will pay yon to call and see'ns before buying.  Ourrie, Stith & Henderson,  Abilene, Texas. Land Agents.  the banks, under that plan, loan i gold are here to absorb, ai:.d the i should be cultn,.ited  ''-^-'"■^monev on real estate or anything i „,en with muscle are here to be ^^ ^^^  . , V f r . ■ . c t V T p . •else the directors might determine absorbed as long as the ,,orld f  N A \ L h a h A ) LI^^Mtobegoodsecuritv. There would! moves ? I ^^^  be no money stringency under that: If the sub-treasury plan can be when the spikes begin to lorm arrangement." i defeated only by such treasonable  -■ --j teaching, such undemocratic doc-  Would Do For Us. i trine, such a cowardly abandon-  Abilene,.......Texa.«.  Office, corner of North 2nd and Pine St?,  they should not be disturbed, If tliey are it causes the nuta to blight or not fill out. The blooais  T. W. DAUCHERTY,  RUSSELL, WINTER & MILLER  iWAIVUFACTrKEIlS OF BillCKzz:  Atlorney and ( Olinsellor-ai-LaW. the .Egean Sea, in European Tur- fended by every loyal Ameri. uu  AFilLEXK.....TEXAS, key where women are unknown, f^j. ggnepj^tions past, then l. t us  and, thi^refore, where there are no I ijave the sub-treasury plan. That  Ofhce over Lapou-.ski s .itore. . , , , .  ©©^Special attentio/! to Collections.-^ jgiris born, because there are no pj^n may be right, or it may be  --------—^ i births of any kiud. The popula-, ^rone. This much is beyond  There is one place in the worid,! „j^ut of all the principles cf self-| t^o oot require to be covered, namely, the Peninsula of Athos, in government which have been de- ^any think peanuts cannot be  ' raised without covering, but the less they are disturbed after blooming the better.  Peanuts should be harvested when ripe, and not allowed to  .1. M WAGSTAFF,  —AT.SO-  Contractors anil Ouilders.  Office and Shoi)s on Oak Street. "  Plans afid specifications for modern business and residence buildings. Also estimates of cost, furnished. Give us a trial.  RUSSELL, WINTER & SIILLER.  >\XTORXE V AT' LA Wla kind of monastic republic, con^pgopig^ and the demand comes op AbUeiie. Texas. i sisting of twenty large monastries%rom the very heart of thai class  besides numerous hermitages and i\jy whose labors the whole world  Will practice In the (¡¡.strict untl count.v courts, and g-ive close attention to all business entrusted to lii.'J care. Office over Fir.«t National Bank.  T. A. ME^^llY,  M. r. LAMIil^TII,  2iotary Public.  m. c.  OFFICK ON  CHESTNUT ST.  \V. M CA M LEY,  Attormij at Late.  tion, about 6,000, all monks, form | question : it is demanded jy the stand too long in hopes that the  ' ' last ones set on will nil out and  ripen, as you lose :nore than^you gain. The tops aro  chapels. The whole community is i of mankind lives and moves and good feed if stored away in a shed governed by an adminstrative j has its being, and whoever op-body, of four presidents, one 1 poses the demands of that class styled "First Man of Athos," and a opposes democracy.  That the great masses oi ihe are the little fish, and by  rj>Wai some *ai are to glide into the jaws of the  4& €0.,  representative body called the  r . floly Synod, consisting of twentj  fl^Oince over Lapowski s store, , - , ____  Abilene Texas. ' | members, one from each monas-  ^^__________^ _________' . _ ____i tery. They enjoy complete auton  J. n. PICKENS : DAVin j, red. I omy. sul)ject to paying the Turk-: plutocratic big fish as long as the  PTrKF\S A" ilFll I government an annual tribute I worid moves, is an intolerable pol-A J iV lii^I/ of about £3,000. The monks fol-: itical heresy, and the man who  AmACTEEhsiSIASmcfltmSS  for winter ase. Ail kinds of stock like them, and small nuts can be left in the vines. They make the best chicken feed.  A well cultivated crop of pea-  4 LARGE LIST OF LANDS AND CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE. \  ABILENE, TEXAS.!  A P l.Jâl«l>S AND CITY LOTS  Adams House,  B. P. ADAMS, PKOP., Chestnut Street, West of Court House.  Ttàs house is newly built, well furnished with all the modem conveniences, electric light, 6tc. Terms moderate. Patronage solicited.  Olilce in Courthouse, Abilene, Texas, tepecial attention ^ven to furnishing Abstracts of title. Having a complete Abstract of Taylor county land titles as recorded in Taylor, Bexar and Travis counties, we are prepared to furnish Abstracts on siiort notice and at reasonable prices.  P. H. CARTER.  lOTiY Fu; ii mci  OJHc« Over J^g Jfgtlgfg' S»«»-^-  All kinds of Conveyaneing and Xotarial work will he attended to Carefully, Aeenrately and Promptly. Acknowledgements of ladies and invalids taken either at office or residence, If not in office when you call leave your order., which shall have prompt attention. Rule of Office is Care, Accuracy, Dispatch.  ^rvival of the fittest'^ law î nuts should pro.duce from 1,000 to  1,500 pounds to the acre, which at the low price of 5 cents a pound amounts to [he snug little sum of from ^50 to $75 an acre. It is  low the rule of St. Basil and lead irill not »id in Rtooing it to it«  do«btf«l if »nyjo^ttar Wi"» crop i ^^ ^^^ ^^ ^ deoression  an ascetic life, restricting their ¡¿a^th is not a democrat in spirit could be raised in the Cross Tim-: ^^ prodncis^ owing  diet to herbs, fruits and fish, and in truth. Josh L. Hicks.  They are employed in agricultore, -m. m -m-  gardening, the care of bees, and' Gnaraiiteed Cure for La Orippe. the manufacture of amulets, im-1 We authorize our advertised ages, crucifixes and wooden ar-: ^rnggist to sell you Dr. King s  o '  bers and other sandy districts of ^ Texas.—Ex.  Tlie One Greal ^ Representative Duncan of Gib-! son county, Tennessee, a farmer» I alliance man, in a card published : in the county papers, 3ay3 of thi ; sub-treasury 8cheme ; I "I am opposed :o ibe measure, I nad have ever been, which act ij ; known to all who have heard me ! express my views on the subject, j While unc uestionably the farmers I have a rigit to organize for Iheir i own protection and the promotion of their own interests and also 3 right to fair representation in ! our legislative councils, that the I great agri:^ultora] interests of the ' country nay be guarded with jeaious care ; yet I tbink tha sub-treasury measure deceptive in iti nature and will not bring the desired relief to the farmers nor to the country in general. It ia quite evident to my mind that th« greatest burden the farmers nave to bear is that imposed upon them by the tariff laws, True this Ui. is grievous to all, bat more 30 to the farme.: becau.-ie in addition to general merchandise he has 10 bay for the (omiort and use of his faroiiy. he has also to buy farming implements and machinery at a high protected price. He haji  in to  i the crippled condition of our com-merce, caused by the operation of a protective tarifl'. We ihoald not allow the anb treasury or any  organs.  agf», ««« ]s-ew Discovery for Consumption, deep, aepending upon a  tides of furniture, which they sell,! Coaghg and Cold upon this condi-1 condition of all the vital  while they also reap profits from i tion: If vou are afflicted with La 1the Liver be inactive, yon have | g^^^ggg ^^j^h w  the nnmeroas visits of pilgrims. I Grippe and will use this remedj f Bihous Look, if your stomach i ^^^^  No females, even of the lowest an imal, is permitted to enter the pe ninsula.  according to directions, giving it a trial, and experience no benefit, you may return the bottle and your money refunded. We make  No man has a right to throw his! thjs offer, bec^se of the won^r ,, , , I ful success of Dr. King's New Dis-  tronble at other people. 1 ^^^^^^ season's epi-  demic. Have eard of no case in which it failed. Try it. Trial bottles free at Bass Bro.'s Drug Store. Large size 50c. and $1.00.  in  The man who has no joy giving has no joy in anything.  gum like  Good Looks.  Good looks are more than skin deep, depending upon a healthy other question to obscure the main  issue, which is tariff reform,  ill the  "Elbow  grease"  will  any other lubricator unless it isj No man can live right who does used. 1 not believe right.  be disorded vou have a Dyspeptic ; """"" Look and if your Kidneys be af-; country and especially to the fected you have a Pinched Look, farming classes. -  Secure good health and you. will -* » *-  have good looks. Electric Bitters i Ex-President Cleveland's paper, is the great alterative and Tonic, i the Saturday Globe, lias collapsed, acts directly on these vital organs. I jt jg much easier to engineer the  fnT^trfiindViini^^^ destinies of the Tniied States aa  and gives a good complexion. Soldi.  at Bass Bro.'s.drug store, 50c. per 1 president than it is to rua a bottle. * 1 successful newspaper.—Ex.  -' ^ • m-----» ■ ■  Love ia always doing and never j No man becomes dizzy while h^ stops to rest. i is looking up.   

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