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   Abilene Taylor County News (Newspaper) - April 3, 1885, Abilene, Texas                                 Ti Weekly Newspapfli—Deroted io ta e SWck-raiskg, Agrieultaral, Kiacral, ^catiq&l and ùÌknt latemtg cf Taylor Oimaty> Ttxtt.  —iS--  VOLTJMK 1.  ABILENR TA YLOÌx GOl.^XTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APKIL 3, 1885.  mJMBFM 3.  SUBSCmmOih MT£S.  One copythr^p monili«. :a> tent^. One copy onr-  AOVERTISIHG RATES. i  ' Rigutar ad vert i i n p n t. < • p n r ^ ¡^p r  ißch per month, co!i;rnti uH-a-ur. fiiiüt.  Transient adN t'rrisetutiin?-. i per month.  Legal advert i.-i'ijipntr. fl ff"- :»< h.  ix>cal bu«ine-6 noti> e-. (»-/it.- p'T line ihe fi^•^t w «-ek. aii'l ."> • • n:- [i< rün' for each additional wtn k.  ProfeRsionalcards, onlir-t pa.LT.S^ p. r year.  Half pa^r»' nnd pa.irp :i(ivert;> fHH^tit?-, will have siicx in.! tonn-; vcii or; uirjiHca- : lion.__ !  JProfens ion n I iards.  liroomt'oru Culture.  Olio of ^hc Tiiost proHtaMc crops i])at rnii he rnisotlin tliis coniitry is hrooiiKuni. It a!\v;iv.s com-  Communienitd,  filiorgham.  thing that will take the place of melancholy and pressing cares.  Let every one adorn their homes and we promise that whatever of-  I^e^siiaUve BTotes*  Bills were jKissed last week foUowa;  Write Tlieiii^I.etterTo-nighl.  i><.n'i pO toi},^ t>)Hà!rf, f<.'ìi-('rt or iKill, . Hiii ■^t.ay in rmjra^Him U/-:Ht;i.t:  l)-u> yoursvirto tÍ!^' fr..Mi-!t; ;ii,-¡í < ail, Al!'! a L-ix.'t UMgÖ'-it' f vvn'r  Wli.i sll'.'.lii I) isM.^if,  Wili, íi,li¡rd.haiUÍÉE.Ítn.i 1!,.« iicaiV 1 > 1 n. .MciUlilA '»I¡-rl.  . For seed, feed, fodder, gn^'inding^ , and boilbg into molasses, there is i fers that we think will be practi- Allowing county judge», clerk«,  niand.s a fair price, and 12,0thing that a farmer cifin plant' cal, we shall avail ourselves of that books, stationery, &c.  ycitrsrun-eK us liigli as.? 100.00 per that will pay him bett<}r. There is benefit, and give it to the readers | Giving laborers on farms and  no surer crop that can be grown, of the News. While we most j elsewhere, a Uen oa their labor for  ton. One r<  '^Ron  win' it is not  mori' ^f'ucrally nusod than it i«, is The plea that it will impoverish the highly appreciate good shade and iice.Huse it roipiirf s a tliorou-h | ¡mjij jg ^yithout any proof. I have good flower yards, wc mean to be knowledire of how to rai^t; andl^^jeuit grown year after year on | foremost in praising^and aiding all  classes to make home most aitrac-  can' for it in order to make it | the same ground, and if any ob-: j)i-ofifa!>l<'. A few general hint^; | «ervable difference the last crop  wages.  The prohibition amendment re«-olution was passed. The constitutional amendment  tive. However so hamble. it giving the supreme court appellato  arebcregiven which, if followed, was better than the previous ones. 1 sho^uld be made the magnet for J^risdictioti of civil cases, and the will insure ^ncce^H and a goo.l Sorghum will not only carry a | qaiet and rest. It should be go ; ^onrt of appends of criminal ca^ct*.  M 1)  •1 . V- A ^ , M.J'  J . M . JSWfcLl  ROD:tiA;si & isbi:LLJ  [physicians & SURGEONS.!  OfÍK'ein 71''ar of i arrer";; ITiiLr^ton'. - i).,iri  lABILKNK ......iKX'.s.  Oon't s- li'i'-Ulv i^rT^iil.lp. • ■ i:\'-UK<' ni;. ha.-t- , ^ ^  quality of bmsh, U should be I lK'rd"of "hogfi'^ihrongh'a diouth, j surrounded" with" sweet scented | The amendment to the suffrage  ■¡1.1 )il;inv b'-'-iiiAit- iiit'iil  ,.. h !':• . '.oit ¡íi^'Ir r.' ■■•1 d^'ccii ri si, All'I ri' liV'-Htíí Wd.-ia f>ru>! r TI ;i! (iwí (x.rjyr I'^uv." tili-.'r h:iii..-  T., tir ir l<-:i.¡- rlèv ami . .  1 :ii.ori> !!•  DBS. CillRIMiTDX Ä FIÉLI1  Haul:.  Ofiic) orcr iìurr)ìi'.' ARfí-EM:, :  D. C. CHALMERS,  ATTOUMIV- iT - L in  AM'  LAND ACENT. Abilt'lio. : : levas.  m\ IE. A L i{lin\\ .\,  ' [ìKNTl::'!":---  ÜSE NiTROÜS OXIDE GAs,  ,.. h !':• . '.oit ¡íi^'Ir r.' ■■•1 d^'ccii ri si, All'I ri' liV'-Htíí Wd.-ia f>ru>! r TI ;i! (iwí (x.rjyr I'^uv." tili-.'r h:iii..-  T., tir ir l<-:i.¡- rlèv ami . .  1 :ii.ori> !!•     t 11 t!|.    ■;r I'.vf :Mvi <•!    '11 'i^.-i    U !»>■ .      i .r 1 ii.-W'i.    il. ar'. > ri..^,- ^ 1 li«- ijlni    i., .ìli    ■■ Ii- ; M'      i' ¡1Ü ^ •■u M    • ; . : i Si, ■    ¡!1 '1 1:    ' " . V \ ■ ■ I'' :      ■I;ru        . ■ 1 ( 1 r'- ■    v\ hi n !;ir aiv:»>      1,1.t:-    j. '.fii' '.    .. \\ n t-          n ; !        ' ■ ' i V    ! - ¡.I.      \S 1              Haw '1 i. •    .:: an ÍCJCÍ.-  Il ■> 1 I-Ü. ■ Í i.  .■f :t,Si • '    !  ■    : r ' " 1 <"■■■'. »      1,. : -  i.r 1.1 ■  r- a:,    ► or: 1  1, r. rj. riíM'.!    il I • ■ .. 1    lok » i 'I' ^ ! 'U, . • 1  r      Knr e.t    ..V ! .lU :S.ks              \\        ! ' 1 ■ \w i. ■. • ill i.i' t -      : ■        •'-III ,          T«    \    A18si i*:i lia.      |;y p    roper^i'ading    u¡) much time     l:i ads  iii^tdlcs a!i<I vvirit knife. h;n k oñ' th fVonisi-. to t-i^nr, inches of th til! Iirül.  (ali  t\-  jir i-aMr>t in o  'e t ai licr inatui 1-  U'radr  planted and cultivated in about, but it will, if cut and fed while'herbs and gay flowers, that when tl'C consiitution, re<iuir-  I tlie «aine way as Korghuni. It is a ' ripening, make more pork to the i the tired feet and aching head and ^ ^^ declare his in-  : crop that takes i-oot (h'cply and acre than Indian corn. It makes j bones seek it, that the odors will tention to become a citizen on<i ^IrawH nii)st of its nnpport from sweeter meat and whiter*'jard than : heal and sooth our ills, and infuse ' ])recednig the election at  the subsoil, and on that account : any feed known. lanew life that will bo adequate to ^lii^^h he offers to vot'^.  ' will stand <iry Wiiitlier better than I As a fodder crop, d:^led at LI, all the struggles before us. The bill dividing Tom i-n>en ir^  aiinoHt ;niy ot-lier crop. ^^'lIcn the to 20'inches apart, pemaitted to |--^ <t m--------six counties pjisscd the house.  i The house has pn^ sed a hill to ' fine county coinmissioners .»'i,'(><> ftn  se<(is I>es!n to harden it should grow'only three feet high beforeTest bj a Practioal Far-  !);■ ' lit. It shoulil not t>e allowed entting, the third cropfn one sea- mer.  to stand until the h.cads turn red, «on can be had, and vidd in weight f , . , ~  , . , A j)ractieal gardener  ' non-attenilance (Mi inectinu:s called  ;-,s this ¡i<d only ¡injures the ¡»rush uiore thiin any other knbwn plant.  I>;n (hnuaucs the jiriec. Tlit- cr.t- While sorghum is beiug exten- ^ , ,,  • * r 1 1 , . . , . as a test ot  tint: 1'rcar.ing sivelv grown ni the lower part of  makes the ,  following statement: -Last vear. ^ ^^ ^^ a frequent practice ;  ;d;ilks" ( f two rows touether,, the State, the protits realb.ed have  Mr. Blaine ralietl at ilie white among grv)wers of melons and house and paid hi.s respects to the squashes, I ¡)inched the ends of president. He wisiied hirri well.  thus ri)r:ni!i- a plattViria iiot been made known. J would  oi staiks upon wliich to lay tlie, advise iny brothfr fan^rs to have , j 1 1. .  TM I ■ I r onp, s(iuashes and cucumberH, and : distinguished gent emen. and w;n'-!  to cure. (lo al'.inu ijie a liberal acrca;;c in sorghum, tor ^ h  l:i ads  iii^tdlcs a!i<I vvirit knife. h;n k oñ' th fVonisi-. to t-i^nr, inches of th til! Iirül.  the long mail! shoots of the mei- It was the first n eetiiii: of these onp, s(iuashes and cueumberH, and ; distinguished left some to run at their own will. rordial and courtcous. This little  fifiìcc o\ir Xorl11 .'(Hii tilltti Willi  to («rd»'!". ami  ii. . ¡I :•■ (f-ir. !< . et'  M.. VIm'i 'K . 'I'. x:-.-. 'l'i'i tìi  l'c. A ri ; 'il I ; ' I I ¡I ;I.ai U' til u"iai-a!'lt  (ali  t\-  jir i-aMr>t in o  'e t ai licr inatui 1-  U'radr  a }i('a\ y. shar-) ih«'re Ì8 no failur(^ in the, crop if , , . . .  , 1 . T One 8(|uash i>Iant sent out a sin- episode furnisht-s a titndv cNam-  liead^. lca\ing half cared'for. l'or üorse, cow, , ^ ■ \ - , ^  . Il i 1 \ irle Stein reachin^' out more than pie to the partisai.s of the countrx'.  e s.aU f^heep and chickeiifi, vou have a . ^ . ^ , , vi * k • . -, , "  •I-I.ti,fi,,. ' 1 • n . f i- 1 torty feet, but did not bear any This is the era ol ,<ood wiiL—Lo/o;  1 tliein ou the piat- ],jo]ilv initritious feed in the S('ed. . . , . • ,  . M 111 )•,,,'-. ,, r. , TT-, . fruit. Another iilant was pinched i ,.|t'ir  forni o( staiks inade by break: n;r {,lade and stalle of sorghcni. What ' . , . < iitic jn na c, a(.___  , , ,, 1 * . , , ^ , unii] it formell a compact mass ot ' --— ^ • --------  tv.-o ro\^ s ioi:'c!Ì!cr, and tlicre let it else will do as iniich ?^nothing ! . ... -, 1 . • v,/ Tho T nni^vid,. IC.-nt m.'I-v  , , , , infeeriuincling side-shf>ot8 eight i ne J^onisMiir, Jveni !U ^^^ ¡'(»io-  thoi()r,'.;hl\- CMi'c. One gi't aT ad- t _ ...1.1 ------ _ --------^  IPIJM JSTii I .  Dr. T. L. TAYLOR.  (0;/|.-. n-'U'/'.Wnrf/i . j  Teeth Extracted Withojit Pain, WITHOUT DANCER!  GEO. H. HiGGIMS, M. D.  (Htxhirv^r. .'V..W4 Sirffl.)  that three yca.rs to deN'el-  op by a ('(i^il'le «d" ciosse^ ">\'i!l he re.'oly lor ir!a>kei at t '.venty nionths. Tile linai (?ti'iiu.u¡e tor New l-hii:-laiid market;for line clothing \\ ool will he l-etwcen Texas and Aus-ti-iha. Aisy teasonahle adjustiuent of tile taiffl';on the rr.w material that Will Siiti?<t\' our man ufaeiur will drj\o Ohio wool ;;r()Wi'rs  feet S(¡nare,and it bore si.xteen A  Then T would say. get a good cla.':s  V'fforgluuuseedamlgiv.i^ ^^^^ ^ that President (-leveland is-single  oossess^s over almost any (dher j Afier a fair tnal, give ^ repoit of J,thus pinched in,-uid unmarried.-' How would it do  to say that he ha.s "neN cr been married and is a bachelor.''  1  where it raised is its freedom voiir expcriegnce for the beneiit of , ,, w 1 *  , , , 1 f ", i ' ; covered the space allotted to it.  Irom iMJn and liea\y (.cws about those who aee to come atter us as , ^ ! .  , T . » ^ „ , „ . aiird It sent twentr-three speci-  the unie of cuiting and curnig. A tillers of the Soil. Farming must be ' „ ,, , . '  , , , , , , , mens ol fru.it the most of thom  ]iea\\'dew and a day or two or up as longasthe world stainls; - 1 i i» m  • n 4 i , , • .. I were pinched off. Ihe pinching  cloudv weather will cause it to ' and it should be the aim of everv' 1 . 1 1 u  , ■ , , 1 XI • 1 - , , causes inanv lateral l»rauches,  niildew and "si»eck. ' and this al- farmer to ado])t every advanced, , • , , ' , f ,1 ' •  w;..vs .larnages its sale. An acre,; idea that presents itself in order produce tiie lemaie ^ jt provides that th.. a)  ' , . , A . ^ , or fertile blossoms, while the  it properly cultivated, will make to sret the best results from the soh '  win orno Kmu> wooi ;;iouers to - i-^^r^^v • , - ^ male '  the wall, (ir Jitiier to growing mut- j f^P^i ^^ two tons of brush.and^ andt^böf. Ì4«r&roise tjae readers ; Vpx,. .ufference in feror > ^  A bill hiis yassed the Ohio legislature anthoriziiií:the emi)loyiiienT of female jdiysieians in ail insane  )  poiidee must have had ti\ e year"«  ton she<i> '»^I'l coarse  combin-- from iifty to one hundred bnshels ; of the News—and every ftirmer  - wo(.ls. whib^the bu'^iness in Texas of seed. It is not an nncoinon ; should take it —to i:;ive them, as  DiSEAsrs or THE CHEST. TIÍKOAT AND ssiN. : wool WO libi ¿'c HUI ¡ M remunerative, thing, howt^ver. to make two bun-1 often as po.>ssible. my e\i)erienee  ■j'he re^uh Ivould be that Texas busiicks of seed from one the ciiliiv.-ition of sorghum and  The s(cd makes an excel- otloir i)roducts of this ( ountry.  u  A SI'OCVT-, K K M '.KM  SPOON TS A ij:<.i:'n",  Afl'>r?f/ >/s i;f Lijir^ Otii< un < '-.k ABII : '1!,\ \S.  S. 1'. HAIJbWSrKK.  AT-fOKNEY AT LAW  ATur i;\i-. ^ 1 i;\  1 !■ \ I r 'S ! 1 !■■ \ I i ' i' Ir  li A irrX i' yri í^N.  Al/'>)-r''>;s !f' l.n'i-,  A nil !:M;. :: : ! ■.  wtiuld develop the system '" ic.  lent f( <-d íor/il! kiinís of stocìv. and if í'recd from t!;(; lint aiid ehañ" by v. inij^ng it ot- passing it ihioiii:li a fannin:' milk stock will  till ;■ own . need lie. in t in-ir o\\ n state  >lnptue""iii. i;\ this svstem cat it in ]u-( fei'Mice to other giain. that eveiy farmer in this and ad-M S!. \<i)()l-; would reali/e a As soon as it is thorou^'-'dy <-ured joining: coanties will su]>scri!ie for  tin" see'l should be t.akeii off. 'i'his  is doni chine c(jn,<  meaie;  1  (d" a  r /I I s. i. /  A T T O R N F. Y  í n/f.. r , r C<u ,  Pint i'^fncf.. : :  f i \,S. A TLA W  so Ion" ad\ íscaíed <d' skirting the  liriM-cs when the sin ep are shearc'Jind o i w 00!. i  bcl'.M (•  lhe:i- 1  iii_;^her ]ii;ee^uid /ind (In ir way in-  lo our linr.A cas^imere milis, wherf^  t hey are iio-.V n.nknow n and con-' jk  'ie' üicd un.-jiM'n. It Ti'inains en-t': 'y viili T^'-' w«'o! • w i'i's ot" 'ir'. . > í i ilii^ nt' aríif'  li.M 's. 'kiit^x i :,¡i (¡o ¡í ;Voni < ;Min'e shipMient aiid uiai-kct by baüng it  (MnM' wheii '"""'h t-k.e s.-uae manrier as iuiy is baled, any raore than it (htes n(d 1 ( ñire a c(tMly pros to do it. The ne\t thi igisa marke!. wliich can a!K bi- fouu<l in New <)r-  n (-(Uir.ü 'on \vi;i state that 1 havt^ r.ceivi 1 t.AO co'.)ies of the Tavmoi: (""T x'J'v N'kws, and 1 am  I Wossonw. The difference in feror  of th(^ yield of aíi acre of melons treated by this pinching {iroces mav easilv amount to 100 barrels.  I-  The Asiti-Sfrike Bill.  The appro\in<aEe  —-zxtva^ -number of  treated bv this pinching {irocess > i'heep in the world is set down at,  4i5,(K)0,O0O. Of th.s niimher nearly 14 per eent. are raised in the I'ni-ie«! kStaTcs. I>ut this e¡ni:nera tion does jio hieiiule ,1 iarri nun.  The follo\,'ing is the text o:' the bei of sheep  anti-strike Itili recent.v intro- son,e' ot ;he i hiiihly pl(>as. d with it, and 1 hojie ¡.^ legislature 'I'-v Mr. tries, as weil  it. aiul t hrouirh it lei e:ach larnuM-teaj) ma- and ^;wek i laa .L;i\e his ex i/efieio e ^^'inni any carpenter can in farmiii;: and snx-k-raisinij:. Theji in ^ and id" wl.'ieh v/e shall the Nr,'.\-s will Im; what the publish-  ' 1 t !i(' Asia; U' ai.d ^>Itít African coui;-as upon ceitain of Shannon: the more im[K>tiant i.^laioN, (d"  See. 1. lie if enacted by the whi(d) no enumei at ion h;:.-been atétate of Texas, tiiat all ])i r-ons in temj-ted.- /."..■. the ( mploy of raiiw..y companies  li-  //  I : 1 ; I ( 11  iiou. !i;;i t!iCit:nie U  ce'^.^ity; v Ö1 eomjM 1 t lo'm to do ' I. < );• ; b( -it '! V :;s I'a 1 ji ,iu;iea:, an-uil; J:}Heil;^bet and mueli nioi'c nniiorm-cart? (d'tiieir shciq», and  arc ,:,iOV\ lie til d yi-a. :';id In  ha\e somethi.ng to say in a fniun* erswant ai.d what tiiev are trying The krasli i< prej)aredfor to make it - Home i'aper.  I'.M.'MKK.  ( '' tl >i\ >! /If ■'iif ■ Í .  lleeorJiie -Ilwnie.  tlM  11  \\'oo! to gro'v  J- as i.> done in Aust ra-thi> Tinans thi'V will  lean><. St. Louis, or any of the ià:.-iern ciíií s. When the farmer gels a, ridurli tor his shipment he  II.. .1. roiJT  Atforney-atLaw,  1Í,  ABIi.KNK,  Will ¡.ni'-lifi- in thi' I »ist ri. Taylor and aijni n ir ir •■«■nr t'  < (liirl:- (if  Í  J. K < 'leKKKi.i. ;; \ TII,I.Ì.I i-  C'ockroli iVTiliett.  Ottice li)', .-íair^, ^^ ri.-;í-r; iíuiiditii,'. Pl/íC Ni'/TÍ.'■ A T' . ': .  L. SLA Hia)0 ív.  ATÍ oUN  jLi^ir-i-iri:, - - :  crop,  and !ia\c t'ie seed surplus, ^^'e hojx' t(>seeit tried in tiiis countr\,  t wi  o\er deep-siinted and unreas(»na- a rei.inncranA c crop. ^^'e aj>i)e bic pn judici'against Texas wools, the fo-lloM'ing extract from an ex-  ILnue ih'corat'on is going on all over Olli- luairie city. "Lach \ ie with eaeli otherto sei wliieh will excel, when Ohl Hol shaü ha\(' swiing ar<aind to May, v.hen he holds Iiis universal tloral expo'-^i-tion. Our ¡Kirne folks are as bus\-  shall be entitled 10 thirty days no-ti.ce. gi\"en in lilvC maiiner as n(di-ces to ei!anu<' tariff rates ar." gi\ -e'n before ;ln wa.gcs ean be reduced bv sin li cwmpaiiy, and in all e.HSi'S of I'odnef'on the eirploye shall be entitled to wages under hi.s contract for tln,^ lull ter;n of thirty da.A s after sin h notic.e is givrui.  SCc. L'. q'luMhirty days' notice referred to in this act is dclared to mean thirty full da;-s prior to the day upon whi(di the employes receive iheir wa;;es froui the rail-rortd cor]fo!ati©n.  na.ssed the > eoua! to  i.e app.;  , I  Í01  \ ;oi"  A i-rlinoi land bii! Senate 1 Iiis v,'í ''i^ t ¡ herd law. 'i i.-' k.l! ¡ . . gra s coian.i ^.-i. nei' t u ed w ho shad hriiiLT - n tion o;' the .Hw. ! il till pi vipr.- I'onn-ty where iiie n-irt sc 's comridtí< (i. However, tlie hoüví' iiot had a ciiaiice to CO iviii 'i' the b: '. and we \ entare tin a>si'i tioa that the sail.e »v id ! l:Í \ e:i a Idack ( ;. vvdi'Mi it ."eaelM'S il at I'ody of th-' belli-'ei '.'nt !>• ^.siatun . - -  ir<  "I I i)i\  Tin- k  111 • d a c »  ;.  ^^ a;  See. o. Any jierson or persons son (d'Falls in re;,'ar<lto theexemp-as bees, adornim-side-walks, vards who shall without authority of iaw tion of j.er<on^j rojM -ty (b.es nor  !Ì1 yv j rief aed cl hrr  ' ; . iU" (<! ii  ' '»laU}', i'ir-  -so-ei breumt' suecessful cr)Mipeti-^ v. ilI ha\c as ruìich uioiìt'y «s he toì-s \\itij tbe dealers'in Aastr;i1ia cunJd realize from uu\other with ('lear i»asis oi fi;oni IO to lò ei nt^ pei- si'onred ]iound in their i'a\or, eVenA\iththe jiiescnt tariff.  •Old vvìii'M iOii- ->-ct and t'ec! assured tliat it wilI i>ro\'e • , , , , , 1  andvN.o., oni manutai.un.s .(t 1 ^^^^ ..^.^Vardens, wdh the us(-ful and obstriict, lunder or bear upon liK- relations octween  beautiful, 'i bis is md onlv <-om- d( lay the movements ofany train. landlordand ivM\;u>t, but simpl'-  tln V will i.tieome eb»ser competi- r}ian-e pubb-hed in one (d" the ^ "^^^i^'ahie, bui it exhibits ta.st^'and « n-ine or car,on any railway track {»laces cxemptiM jiTd^^.nal [.ropei ■  t<iis uith Austraiian wook —bróomcorn -nnvin-disiriets ■ : ynde. which should go Imnd in iu this state, or by words, or by tv in the .same att.tude .^s a homo-  — ■ ^ • • iwind ' ,yct or a-^ts, bv in'in.iiiatioii or by stead. sideert to :-.tte.' htnent onl--  6*0 i Siili iii^r WoIvt'Vi. •■iiroomcora is lik.-lv at no dis-  ^ --------fiut d:.v to revolutioni/e :he Our htlle Nelli", who -s a pink  A' a/\'ce|l g.-ithcimg of eattle- bnwidsiuff sup{>]y of 1 ¡le woi Id. A within herseif, s:iys : ^i hese i)eo- Srom engaging or reìaaining in tlie  inen iin ^^mtana. a. iirominent process luis been <ìisco\cred by ples w'at dond loM- ijow^-rs must ser\iceoi any railroad company.  heriisman siid his tirm had b(-en ^ '''be Injuns. 1 )on-l I n j nns li ve bere. i'"» l'<i'b'rutin.Mhe duties of bis  ,, t. 1- ■ • I fb>u" i-an be made trou' the seed ' , , t'iunr emo'o\-meiif Kh-tll )ip  \ er\ .Nnccasiiii!] ìli ¡Mn>oning wolves , . ,, . ............P'i • ls \ve jiassed a ione iiou.se iiinr nnpiiMinni, .'-naii nt  that wusas i-are of ai:raetion as a gnilty 01" a misciemeanor, and, on  ì i 1 •  )e  other means prevent any'other for the purc}?-<xe /ttoney secured  lien.-—/■'o ' W' ) (h- <:'•> .  : 11 Z  ,T r 1  A AÍ  X r ^ » Í M Y TTi > * * \ y-r fi  Ai Ai  i * ' Al  .N.  to tie exrear of om-diali irs wf i-ht. n.N takin-of beeves, ]uit ..,,,} ¡„^vetae ojierhaifa valuable  lingani.-e oiioras.safo'tida on them, f.M'd for inakin;,' beef and milk. at;a( ai'.,- tliemjo the horns oí" fhe ip."i'tage \ieid j>er acie is  ihrc" hundred bush"is, and in , w. . , manv instan<-es tive hundred Lush-  uiemo\er ti-iC eouutr\, ha\ lUiT urt"- i ' 4i - » .1 1 i  j. - il , !«<»> Olí, pn. ijp thii'tv ihousa.nd [»oiinds,  VKMisly prt-j.ared j.ndtaldy KM) i^j^^e iieen seVnred. NTor d-e.-> it  dark g.iritd.  t|)eni A<t  sadtllc^s by and - draggin  ■conviction thereof, Ssiall be fined idessdev doi/t wasii der i" any sum not exceeding five hun-cu. Now. il seems, that tired dollarsanu may be imprisoned  alL children  J. T.BKRHYd ( ().  —(rLN Í-:kaí.—  liSftiid aiui Li v*  Atreiìts,  Altio affrnìs ÍMr 1". cV i'. I!. K. J.aniìs  ami ¡n I . • • t, ,. .j ■ ' .li,  JAQUETTE, T H K T A I L O R.  Ali WORK Gü.ySAHTEBI).  Pin«' St. '"a-u. ■ i',1!,-.  ^h^Oir, Tr.ff's,  1 "d liíiC to see "eiu  í'olks-faces,  when sucli -:n; draw ]i( ¡i ¡lii-tureft of a barren hoiiie, ]{ is ioj.,!! time that the older ones fiiould be maíbií to fecl the blush tliat neglect briiigs.  llard tiuLcsJ do not seem to weigli inuch in the matter of judi-  have iieen secnret  smalkpici-eS^of poisoned meat' for exlmn.st the sod. as Indian corn,  each rub r,i who <iropped them from tiie fact tiiat ii feeds from  ' along tlie trad as lie rode. The the deeper soil and assimuhites its  . , , . food troie, a cnuler state. It be-  meat^vsas prepared bv cuttin"- a 1 41 •!  " vuiiok^ .1 ],)i)gK to the same genus as ihe  dec¡*í,;fcl!t ifto each 'pie<'e, into swe<': cane, commonly known as  whicÜ the poison was inserted, sorglnin, which as an iuti(de of cioub expendiiiires fur " eye-food (?)  The %iimals;got on the trail (d" the food, is growing rapidly in public ■ .jj^tj hearfs-ease." Times eja.  dragged cntsuils. and,.bein- bun- ^^^^^^ ' never become so hard bur ìivt  devoured tkfe poi- a most nutritious flour can be ob- "^Ntr recome so hard out fh..t  sonedb.iii for tln. ni. Care Gained.  was^álwa\s tlikeh to droj. the nuat .  immíídialely in tbe.tmil of th-: vu- April Jst was Tcxa.s'da'- at the makcù with onc'sb fr^'clinA's n-hcu  rr-;;i)^.'" 7"' ^ r ^ ■ Í , N'j O ; ' rn,., v. K \ ; • ► ■ • ■ j .. [hfi  in the county jail not e six months.  ■eedin;r  Lcniocrnrs wiio a.'e expeej oñiee u.iiiK r r ir\elaiifi will to bide tlicir rime, it is tiie poin-y of the atln:iiTi.stra-io.i ff) tnake us few remosals As possible, hat when fbe tei in of j epublican (dVi-  mt  cials expire deineerat in their plaet ."i.—  will be  Sec, 4. Lmerirency clause.  any family can render home attractive. What a iiifference it with oLc'sb fi,'el;n;  VlMl I^'d !'p<'U  K. ]>. Clark, recentiy appointed  ............as>istant scrrelarv" of tiie inicno;-,  Colorado has i)a8«ed a very (iied a few ilays afl-er Ins arrival in strict (juarantine lav* excluding all ^^■a.'^hingto» ^oassame ;ho diitie.> catLle south of the .'><dh degree of of his ofhce. He wac» s, prominent latitude until aixcr they Jmve been A'ickshurg ]awy< r,— /^jr. held for ninety days in quarantine. Colorado is treating New Mcxico with a little Xcw Mcxi<'o hash. The law will not afl^ ct Texas interests  very fnucij.—£'/.rco Tclegi'aph.  --- ----  Lvery n?aii iu Texas sLiouId gi» armed wilh a palm-le«f Ian, an over-coat and a s icker. There is no tellingjust when it is going lo rain, freeze, or bp/'om*> exceeding  !v Tarni ^fnf',u 'Pa'L   

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