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   Abilene Taylor County News (Newspaper) - March 27, 1885, Abilene, Texas                                 -Í-Sr  A Wtédy Netö-spaper-TDevoUd to tie St<x^-itÌ8ÌBg, ^^ricaltttrai.  ,V(_)IAJMK 1.  AßlLilXE, TAYLOR OOTJNTY, TEX AS. g^I PAY. M A R( I 2  and of^ JUierests cf Taylor Coaatj, Texaa.  miM BER â.  SUaSCRtPT/Of/ BATÍS.  copy tíjreft M)ni)ihs. ."><) ct-nl-!. One copy oik- Vfar.  - ADVERTISING RATES.  lípguur adverti'-ihiiipütí. •')(> cí-ntíi ftt ifU'h pennonth, coitjiiiri  'I'rttiiP«»atadvertisfiucntH. si i><t iiidi lifr month.  Jyi'Kul a<iwrtlM'nipni-. SI irK-h. > - -  Wal basmi?8H noti-. s. !n p^r -^'i,, u-t ^Mmti our .luijg ^o down  line th<« first Ti'eek, atid :> <'»'i)t' per lint-vv, v.-fr..i-hu'.t au--\ laun. íH'd  for each^djtíonai week. w,tJ. ar-. j  -Hrofeftslonsh^ds. ooiil^t p:ige,'SS Jx-r An.i watri, .! with pri-lo as tti.-y fail'^l Bwav.  y<?ar.  Half pag:« anil pare ndvortieseiiM nt-w HI have 8i>eciai U-nnf^ Mivm un apj.iicu-tk>n. _ __  y- _ I ii" . J " ' "  i neath her losing eyes and awak- A Wore i'oiiliclent Feeling.  ened in the iiglit of her smile. I : ...... ■■  hiiji in,th^ cradle, and list-en- Among' the ranchuien in tlie  fiiiork SioleM.  How to Nubiicri'l»e.  (jhaii.-ii mostly from üH' TeJM« Stoetatàn Our books üiTe uow opea to re-  , „ , . ^ , e . .u • Kuf^iinb mmkets first> gubscriptions U^ the News, ino: to lullabies sung soft and low, Sontbwi«t there is u more eonii- (^.jj^gf, mutton sells as hi^'h as beef.  as hi.s Tittle face is dimpled as dent feeling; than there was a  XOT r<>|iT.  M*rof4>HHÌ4»n(tì i'finis.  Ip. iSMttX, M. b. itfiDKAV, ji.i>.  HYSICIANS & SURGEONS.  i  GiBeeUî Rear of ("arî« rV I ;ru;r-t(.rr.  ILîfNE - - - - r i :\ N-. Cfirringioii / '/f  Physiciiuis,  Office over Caincrv:i '^ D'ini:.  \\ hwi !':¡.-Mr.i was ih<-. ■v^in'l  1 r. i  ,\n'! liM.kr'i Tor lini: \rli -ii Oïi-t r-aiM>> jnr.i r.rnin,  Uul w vrr v. ri rk' l l.ir "ut uri tin \ i¡í;í;íi  All iri lii'i ' : ^^ 0 vi'í.Oíit n.'.r»'  v. ::! r-lir'„'uli-iv l.ü storms In'  i'S'Ì,  All'! «i; il (v)¡i 11;. Invs KU -a. :-¡ -unfurli-i  Will .'iiMaii! !y ni;o ¡«.-rî a' i:\«t:  And Ui' '.r '-.nii:::/ let -íuI'. repay  T!io an\í'iíi5 tiîi ii.i.-'' üM'I ví i-.in ili iai .  and thoBe who wish to have it  , , . , , r^T 11 1 The offerinffs at the markets are sent to them reEridarlv shonld ei-  thouifhhv finders of lov. Andthen moiithaiio. Then tlieji^ seemed to j .u- • • n n ^ xi. ^ ^  , ' , / • • , .. ^ ^ 1 • poor, and this IS especially tnie oi ther eall at" the offiee, ou Oak  I think oi the wairderiii«i jtatlis thiuk tlmt the fntnre of tlie bnsv . ' o. * x-  ; , , , X I , • • , 1 , Chics^, street, >orth of the uew court-  aiid weai v roads that he liiiii trav- ness of cattle-rajsinfj depended up- . . , , -x ^ . .  , ■ . , . * 1 ' ^ 1 u X I /I Market finn at Chiea«ro with house and opposite to the old  pled li(»r:i that mother's arms to on the eitahhahment bv C'on^rens v u.vrt^i n i  1 X Ti I 1 Tii r. ^ 1,05010 1,600fi©aiid%eeves quoted court-house ; or, they drop a  vairi'ancv and waut. There shgiild oi a >MioTial Tattle Iliu^hwav from ' ^ ^ * , • x, x /«i •  , , , ' 1 r 1 ^ 11 r Af * I) 1 V V* at to $4.90, card in the poMoffline notjf:\nn^ ns  )e labor and food for all.—/«(/fr- Mexico t© Jiiitjsh America. Now » ^^ x-x, • • i ax- i n L x  ,, x i ix - rr u li^A ot tJieir Wish. We shail be too  the proMWsCt IS briirhteTnn,?. Texas A flockmMte^WBO neglects the; ,-i x > xu  , ■ ., , . x J x^ ^ ... 1 • 1 i bnsv for a Willie to make a thor-  crtttleiniii^e very seiasibly cojn- mmutegi d^iii^ of his business ; ; j x x,  ^ ,, , • XI r V -1 1 • x t. u- 11 ongh canvass, and hope the peo-  ing to conclusion that while has mistaken his calling. ' , ^ , ■ •  b 1 I , ' pie wiiJ not be slow 111 nianilestin^  the trail would be a aec:ded ad- , It is time that we hear from the  _ them in (hsposin;: o, ,nutton buyers. There is no quar-, We hope to hear  certainly in a close idace just now. : uutine a-ainst sheep, we believe, (iap. M.rkel and, iu  ' ,, ,, ' , 1 ,1« by iie mean« essciutial to the, -iii, .  llie Kansas ijuarautine law anil; - J. * ^ j • 1 Elbert County, Colorado, has a fact, every neighborhood aud  ,solL  Texas C'aííle C^iiaruntiiie.  C^M^rcM (Kansas,; Journal  Soutlicrn T( \as cuttb-mon are  All 1Í II >1 lOil Wlf !!  \\ ii'-n I'll,!'! "iir A!'.'! •■•i— >  .a; ~  'I \\ :tii II.  • >i:r lai'l -i îicitâi'-• i.r!; !o ''.». n} ;  tîK'ïii  ! i.. Ill  STiceesI ôf the business, any more ten years a;iO when it  i wj' i.ai'i- I.  . J ; ¡.¡ii<-  thousand head of stall fed steers ranch in county at an early  ready for the shambles.  day.  to Advertise.  AIULEXE,  •J'KXA  1 ■  Al ii'il r 1,'i. r !  ■("il II ^ív: •f.. « ' .  \ l'.'t 1 A/1'1 li-i'-n n  .IrU'i,  u h' n o ur o^t oi: -'"l 11 ili = M- r .niiin !■> Üf, ritu-'i ;■> 'i.." '¡i-í-c^íi'Í1'.¡tU"^ ;i ! ;n"ir'ii tií-í li i-, !'■• —  V  - Li.' r ÜI.MI c,r ilu^ ' • 'in.h:: f, H; , IiKi-' for i lifir w^f.-.-- I-I-I.  D. Q.  ATTORX^K V . A ! -1.1 ^V  -  L^ND AGENT.  (f^JRrf, Spoctntfi .j" L'y, " -r,.7.)  Abile-ne, : : :  ^ I)I!\VAXFF, I!i!li\\.\,  DENTISTS  USE NiTBOUS OXIDE OAs.  Offlcp over WhiM-l.T"- ilnvj-'tcT' 'North f^condSt.. .\!>ii'n.'. I  tilled with care. Artiiiri.:! tv. tii 1 to onler, aod * fit ^unnuiUo d!  nisyrisTu v.  . T. L. TAYLOR  Teeth Extracted Without Pain, WITHOUTDAWGER!  A;Í III'.; 1', r'T ji.f) >i-t^i^ v.'.- kii'.vi Ihiit ea.'-tli Ui;-. «  ur- î.ri'-!: In ( lO' I - i.' «l'I I ill' u ! 11 II 1 I!, I lil! ■■'.•1 J- ''.i ■■ .-uri:.' ir i il.- . !'•'■  I'.I \\ I O-",a-' il- lir  N. ihou^^.i I',';  l'!"!!! t'iii'-l' lí'im U.'!iiii ; by rafe' uii'i p'ri' i ;  '"■K, .-y: î^l.'lil'i HIiJ iV.'iif. r"U_!iT'iiiáii .n i'iii\ -all-  than  the state had many ,  times rnoi-e cat tie 1lmn she could HA Wild Horse Capturing Asso-'  handle, if Texas could go on in- »P^'^®^ the Nebm»- -  definitely breeding cattle for otherLegislature for cor])orate First, make fip your mlud that  sections U) mature, she might you want to advertise; then satisfy  eventiially turn out enough raw At St. Louis receipts were light youeself that it will pay you to do  materia to supply the whole with butcher st^jers quoted at so, that there may be no grumbling  country Butshe cannot do so.' to .^4.80. Cora fed Texans. at when m'c call around with a little Other seeiions are coming more to $4..")0.  and more to breed all the cattle i ^it is a Aict that there is no  they waat for fee^hng. loufr.r nnch a hwod of hor^e^  inu.^t so adjust her affairs as to ^^ ^^^^  ~:iy ii'il h  Ar.- I.  ■ ji : II  -i'U.r  .lit aii lo-t ■ • : !i! • I.Ill" au'w  ! :in! iiil'\ oil U  (Ml  1 :  1..  I!: !>... . ijN'l a ^..lij-ii ray  T; --:u oi ■ .lA>k. .! 'lay.  - I »»r* rr>;i h ri'i- I'r"»?  GEO. 11. HKililXS. 31, 11..  ( Residfiricc, Vurih Tun: Str< . )  i-y  Orzrrr.  SX'EC  fj\eaiad I-et- l.ive.  I'very man ()ii;:;it to be ^^'iIIi^g to ]i;iy tor what lie gt^s, Jlc ought to lie, ire to gi\e full talue received. 'i'lie man who wantsSlI worth  • .  of woric tbuie foi'^l i-g nO honest niaii. 'i'lie jiian uho wants others to work to such an ' extent that their !i\'ea are lienrfie^.--. The ■shou  the United States animal industry hill j)]ace them in rather clo^e (juaiters. llie former closfes tiie tiuil to them and the latter by the action (jf the commi.ssioners and railroad otlicials piactieal'y closes tiie railroads to them, Mr, Olds, truilic manager of the- .Alissouii I'aeitie system of roads is (¡noted assaying that his road will not haul a car-load of Southern I'exas cattle out of Texas this season,hut wi'll b'.ingthem to Wichita Falls to (Innip t'.iem out. His reason is that he h;;s been iiotilied that un(!er certain sections of the animal in-' (Insliy bill 1h(> railroads will be held rt'spoiisible for damages along their lines done by reason of eatile eotracting the fever from tli<'southern ('Uttle while iu transit or in the coni-[)any';> yards. The (»¡leraiion of these rulings may tend to tiirow a large liumlx-r of these southern cattle into ilWs market this spring, a|ul those that are not sold to the local ranclinien  can [)robablv be pastured next Jud^e of the Tnited be a little lean, but there will be; The Texas veteraii association  winter and shipped ,on north the i will not meet this yeaf.-Th^  next spring, in this way the sur-^^ | j propose to meet April the  bill. These things being satisfac-^ torily settled, make no delay iu either calling at the office, or in dropping a postal card in the post-  0» owu b<'tt».n. H» to Toxa«. »8 ueMlike hi.« a« p'ot^ibW. I "f  Speak. If she breeds- cattle she ' card that they wish work done,  must be.pre]>ared to feed them. -At Kansas City the receipti; of will be called upon at once. We Siie can du it. There are several ''^ttle are not enough to test the ' shaW visit the business men as of-ways of doing it. She must sink ^"^'^'^^'^. Common to medium ten as possible, to learn all we wells and'spay surplus and inferior ^o ^4.7,"). Feeders 84 to .$4.G0.' pr^u bn^siness. and to obtain ad-  she st^cfc; imi)roye tlui bulla and! Mr. Williams of Txavaca county. "<^riiseiijents for the pajicf—¡)ro-if possible introduce some kind of last week sold to lialfT Lros.. of <'"ir get them without  gras.s whi^ will ataiui close pas-. San Antonio CiOO yearlings at i»ri- ha\ e never yet  turage.—Drorms' 'Journal, rate figures. : learned to beg, an<l shall defer  ---— » • --------'that le.-ison until after we are  He Wa.s Almost Native, i drive nut ouf year- ^ i^^rsted up in business, provided  hngs. we wOl make Knn.sas and ^ ,, ^liing should over oceui.  'Are you a native of this state?" -Mexico sick of Texas beef. It may  DISEASES or THE CHrST, THROAT A:;D SKIN. M. A spooNT'^, K K. i.i.i,,i;'rr  SJHXJXTS LKinrr'i'.  ^[(iorn- ys-rj-Lc 'r, (ttlic' oil t i.ik  AlilLKNE, : : Ti:XAS.  8. r. HAIMHVK Kf:.  ATTORNEY-AT LAW  (i'l ■ '. . Ñ . ! A'MLKVK. -- - II.VA^.  A. T.'l'A'J ros 1. 1. !l \ K i M 'K  jiAirrsooK i'A rrox.  Aitonn ¡is iu -¡.<-K.  ABII.F.NF, :: ::■  C ;/?).•' ..rrr r.,.. ')'  {'EMAS. J. B:\ A \S.  A T T o R N E Y A T L A W  {mji-r r T , . • /v '.1 V>n.<' Stmt, : : Ah'ii'nr. '['i.tirs. .J ~K OH'KKKI.I. II M .1 ! 1 1  (jockivil A Tilleit,  . I tfoi'iH'tfs-fff-i.fnr.  Odice up stalr^. ri-:. ii r.iTiiiü; -j:  rinc iStrrrt, : : A hil-u> T, ran.  buvam is utterly j ^^^ x'lL li- ^  on the market the lir^it season up eoiitihiiailv decrcii-se. Of , i> i i i  . .„ ironi that country. Probably thcTc what use are your in^fentioiiS if no , , " w + " .  ' , , , . : will l>e a big demand tor two-ycar-  additional eoniiorts fiud their way , ,, , ^ , ■ ' „  obi and over st<>ershere this sea-  ^eeos county caátJe stoc^, consist- ^^^ Jacinto b^ttle-  â«kU-4o «el€»i>rat« tàe âftie^ aO'  niversarv of the memorable battle.  tot he lionies of labor-t  Why .^luMibl la!»or tall the world, with wealth ami li\e in waut ?  Every labor - sav.ing niaehine should iiclp llie wh(de v/orld. l-\ery one should tend to shorten the hours ol' labor. ;  lb a so ¡.able lab<ir is: {ho source of jo_\. To ork foi' wife and child, to toil toi' those you.'love, is li;f[il(in<'ss, pro\ided i^ou can m.-'ke ;!iein happy, lint ti)^ ^voi k like a t .;o s( (' your .'fc iViid children iu 1...-S. to .^i; af '!ie-.laì'!è w here food IS coarse and scarce,- to rise at } ill tlie nioruiiig, <to \s ork all (lay, to liirow y(!ur hones on a iiiiserrtliic bed at ui;.iht, to lixc witiidUt rest, \wthout making thox- who loye you^comfortable a 11(1 iiaiipN—t iii.s is 110^ li\ ing ; it is d\iu,u' a .-'ioNv, linLr<'riuicr crucitixion.  Tlie h on IS of laboi- should be  son, ill view of the losses sustained this winter. It will take 17."),-00<) head of young steers to restock the Cho'okec strip ranges after the beef sliipnients are made next summer and fall. Southern Colorado w ill need a few of t hese young , steers as well as ^Vcsíern Kansas, liut the lattisr cannot b(^ sii[)¡died from the through herds and will  ha\f to be from tiie ran^re s.tock.  ■Í  That more than L'-'id-CHK) head of Southern Texas cattle cannot find a market in the north in ISS.") js a pietiy well settled fact Judging from present appearaiu'c. NVhat will he done with lh(> l'i)(t,(K)0 that  iníT of R.OOO head, to Capt. W. IT:  "Jj, Jpcan was you born iu this Simons, maujiger of the Pecos!  sîat<^ f Land and Cattie Co., for the snug I •T understand. I wasn't horn > little sum of i'IbO.OÔO. This is one ,  her(^ but Fm mighty nii^h a native." of the heaviest cattle transactions  "Cam* hei (M\ hen you were quite that has occurred in Texas for  young, 1 ;<upi.oS"?"' sometime.  '■:<{) hi;-, haiiit been here but We see a good deal in tiie A.irri- |  about ten years. ' cultural papers about how to jiro- •  ^ -lloAV oM are you ? " ance 'Mean beef.'' This is a mat-  "fiffy-" ter that we are not troubled about islatiire, with the chances evenly  "Tlu Í1 how is it that you are al- in Texas. How to raise fat beef, I^nlanced between the deuiocrats most a native of the state?" ; jp. the thing that bothers us. If our > and rei)nblicans.  -Weil, when 1 came here I only „orthern fnends will show us how!  weighei about a hundred pounds, to raise fat beef, and will pay' Nov*' I wei;:h two-ferty  The Marlin Jiali anticipating the a[)])eararice of the Xews was the first to {»lit in an ap[)earance as an exidiange, ana we giad¡\' welcoBie it. as it is a good pa{)er.  The election ofa F. S. Senator still hangs fire in the Illinois Let;-  Postofllce Hour».  The efpneral (ii-livery (i|.ipns at ^ a. ni.  SO you Texas a visit between nowand the! ''h'-^esat'i \ . m. The resister aiui  seeonehundredand:brtypounds first of May, we will agree to r..- r^n^'^w''^  of me ai e native, while one hund- funi the favor l'V "•iviiif them a are clo^t-d :ì(i ininntH-< hcfore  1 li-' ai;. . , ■ r^ ' I rrain tirui-. 3I;tils t'or Fert U Orth and  red pounds of me (:ame trom 3Iis- poster on how to raise lean beef. : Dallas and furi ef Daila.^ are madp np  se.ini.— .1 rknugtur Trarclrr.  John lìlocker, a few weeks ag<>.  „ught to go to market is the q'^'S-' ,.„nîrae;( .1 to deliyer at his ranch tion that puz/les the drovers and , „j-  to Pujaphrey »S: Kirkendall of Tay-  breeders.  Siieees.s in Farming.  ' fur the 11 :.")<ia. U!. train in ( lopied pouches; C hariie Alipleton was in town , that ië. tlu-y ar^ nut «»pened uii the train,  there beinir no postal clerk, i'tie train irointc we?^ takes no uiailt^ from Ahile has sold his sheoj) to ^fr, Dal- ih-ne.^ 'i he i; a. m. mail >;« ' '«t->t i.s  lett for 8o.r>0 per head. As the ''¡''--^•b kv i'l-erial per.nij frol e J'.^t-  olhce Depamuent. at ■ p. ^ , he day  last Tuesday. lie informs us that s sill per  sheep are now in good condition. betVre. and Mr. Dallett will get the wool and lambs we think he has <;ot a  sliortiMied. \Mth the vast, won-dei lul impro\cmeiits ".»»f the nine-teent'.i cent ur., Î here' slioiil d not onh be neeeS>-iarieH>- of life ff>r  tho.-^e  w 1 u >  toi!, but c^tiníürts and  L. SKA IM:()()K.  AT rolîN tA - A i i. .\\\.  jí^j-'—  gjír^V ill pra<i i< ' ill rid and other i-i.tp l -  ■ IM  I ilo  I)  y r Y 1 y f t ' i  AiXÀ. X JkV  i  . T.Bi:iîHVit ( O.  —(;fni:I; Ab-  iHlaiiü iJir-Stoi'k  Also a.çptrts for 1 . an<l totein Th> li.r <  !;. i;. Land = M-ilf-ro-,  A. JAQUETTE,  T HE TA i li (> U.  AIL WORK GttARANTEED.  l'ine St. Oppoiic < aiiirruiT-- Daiik.  Abiiette, : : To.ras.  J. E. COOPER.  -t>va!i r iii-  FAMILY ii\liH K\Uì:> and (X)FNTKV frodi ( F.  fgES DKLIVBBT TO ALL PAKT.^ uF THK CITY-  luxuries as weil,  \\"h;it !S a ri asoû.ilâe j>7-ice for lahor."' la:is\\-er-; S!r./di a ¡>iice as will euaide a nian to Uly by some-tiiii.gtbr his (b'i'üniig Years so that he tuay ha\(' t iie !"feelings ofa iii;in.  1 sympathise with c^'ery iionest idVortot'the cliildreii: of- laiuir to Ì!iipro\(' their c(uiditi¿n. ' This is a Nci'v ])oorly go\ (-rncd Hóuiitry, in which those uhttdo the most have the least. There ig something wrong wlierc men luJ^■é to beg leave to toil.  \Ve are not a ci\iîiz0ti j»eop]e.  When we are, {lauperiism and crime  will vanish irom oiirlànU. - *  rf , - »  J sympathise vvith the wanderer. \yith i hi' vagrant outd of employment : with sad, weary^iij'n wlioare seeking for work. When I see one of these men, pool-* "friendless, no matter iiow bad ho is, Í think that sonudiody .lovciT, hin.i once: that lie was once luddiii the arms <-'i' iiodiic; : that lié , slept be-  To !>(' successful in farmin.ic one must aluays be earefui in seleci-iiiU'Iiis se(M!s, use good judgement in iSeleeting animals. kci.q» bis farm well-cuitix ated and free froni weeds, keep iences in Order, and take good care oftotds. He must ;il.->o be one w ho kceps out of del'!.  lor coautv. LOOO vearlings for ...... ......-r" - i>aily Kxeept Sunday.  >i;!.0(»0: and also sold to theCai.i- ''^"^^''^'"^'^^'-^^^^^^^^^ « Daily mail^ e .to the following i.laoen  , X , 1 X Splendid bargain. Mr. Dallett is from Ahilmo. h, ritaire. olof^inj; imnuoii-  tol Syndicate 4,000 one and two- atelv aftex tl.e arrival of tiie ii:-JU a. ni.  vear-o!,: steers to be delivered ^'om New Jersey, We are pleased from the Kast.  troin li:s ranch in July,-; Terms private. .Ml these are Tom (¡r(-en county calile.—^San Anfj'.'lo Stand, ani.  to note that he intends locating in  our count \. — lir'nli; Si ntììu 1.  • • f  I A writer in the I./rr Stock Re-' eorff recommends the following as ' a remedy for tape worm in sheep :  A ^ C'terinary writer condemns To a full grOwii sheep the follow-  high mangers for hors-es, clain.ing ing may be gi\ L-n in a half ])iiit of  and has a contented mind, sends that iluy irritate the throat, and milk; Powdered Areca Nut. 1  create a tendency t<» heaves. He (lra(dims ; Oil of Male Shield Fern, says the manger should be on a 20 minims. These should be given level with the feet,, as that is in ac- on an emjity stoma.eh, after se\ -cordaiiee with nature, eral hours fasting. When feasible --------- % ^--------------it is advisable to administer a  An-^oii. Xewnian.  'i'niby, Phanfoiu Jlill.  Hi t1',ilu ( lap. ^í t. Moru, Ft. ( 'liiit'.lnn ne. < raion, lîuMîieîs. < loe,tent,  Muveriok. I'Uint iluck, K nicki-rbooker, Shervvood. ^'t. ( oni-iio, San An^'t-lo.  Aliilenpi- tlie disrrriïiutinji otîic«'for tlie ab(ive po.itnilleeti.  his children to seiiool. and takes one or mor(^ good pajxTS de^■oted to farm and stock interests. A farmer who never reads is like a machine that is nevt r oiled—it wears. He wears himself out. exhausts his land, ami dies poor.  If slieepmen will -mix a little sul- (bise of oil a few hours afterwards.  phnr aiol salt together and feed  One good suggestion bmnd in a to slice]», it will eflcct ually destroy  ¡)aper or a book is wort.h to men sheep ticks. The s-ame remedy  more than half 0 lite of trials. aj)plied to cattle troubled with  when not made intelligently. Don't lice soon rid thern of ^■e^lnin.  be afraid t(t read and acknowledge The use of sulphur wfth salt re-  that you can learn from others, [tay the trouble of keejung a sup-  No one knows it all. Somebody {»ly for cattle and sheep. Jf a mix-  knows something you don't. Let tur<' of one j>art of su})hur, with  your aim be to a(fquire everything seven of salt be freely appled,  anyone can teach: you. and it will there will be no trouble with ver-  ))ut money in ydur jmrse, brains min. in your head, and iniluence in yoiu [iresence.—Ex. ;  - Smitli lîednuin sold two ear loiids of extra cow ponies to Lee Kokernot of (ionzales county at ■■ilo. They go to his ranch on the Pecos. They rejinrt a goo-d siip-  TexanA Paeiiio Time Table.  I50I M) KST:  Xo. old. Ar. a. m. Depart »¡riD a. ni. No.3h7. Ar. 4;.;ii p. ih. Defijirt-j::H) p. ni.  lUtr-N'D FAST: No. Ar. >;IJ) p. tti. i>ep-irt '.) p. in.  Nu. 3Us. Arri\(' atul depart 11 a. ui. No. :; liiK-s not rake hr»-iikfust. \o« :kd and. :?(>l gtop only once h««-r.\c< u Aiiiiene an<i <'olomdo, wliich is at .-'u t, [ w ;acr. and carry mails.  COURT and OFFICUL DIRECTORY.  Di-tv:I' r <'ir 1.—iudi;p, UT XT. Kenedy ; airornev. D. ilill. .Mefts the. eleventii Monday after the iir-<t Monday ¡ily of stock on hand with active in Septeiut>er.  buyers, but that the inability to < ocm v <'.x KT.-Judfre. If. A. Porter ;  , .' , , . X XI 1 X " M atlornev, I', ilarduioke. MeelK on tlie Shlj) Stock, owing to the late Strike, tir.-t MÓmlay in f-a- à m-.nth. and may  prevented sales. continue mre«^ week!*. (_ ivil. crimiiial  and prohate a ted i;p<)ii.  Six thousand sheep belongiiejf to ( oMMl~í^nl^^.^■,■, ( T.cBr. — Jinitre. ILA. Moiio- & Pro,.,,-. w.rr ...1.1 i,v  shenft's sale at Laredo on the 4tji o. . Hoihday ; pre^-inct No. 4, J.T.  The farmers of Beil county are to Fd, Rotula, ofìSau Antonio, for l '^'-;';'-'  •T. V . ( unningham, sheriff: D. .1. Red.  about through planting corn, and 75 cents a head. The same shec¡> ¿tucl ciJUiity í-Íwrk ; VV. T. GiLsrraji  Tliere wasasale of yearlings at in several portions of the countv cost -ft three years ago.—A'«« .4.«- «^»♦«^i^d lüde i^r-ertor; T.o. Ander-  . , r -, • ■ . r . • ,> ' , , ' ■ .-on. rrea.«i;rrr ; Knauc. -»•j^'S'-ur ;  \ !clona recently. for slU. it i:s up and looking; woil. gelo Standard. J. A. Thuma-. •ur> i-r.   

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