Abilene Taylor County News, April 17, 1885

Abilene Taylor County News

April 17, 1885

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Abilene Taylor County News (Newspaper) - April 17, 1885, Abilene, Texas svmmFTm MTit locntiiiAi 90 Os^^py oae jeax, -r ^„...^gp^j^ MDitmTimsMn^ Ilkib Tm CWB»« measnrement. f^tweif^ ^»Mtigement», $1 per inch : edvcslliementa, fl p^ iacIL i^o^ baslmaw notieea» 10 cent« per the first week, aiid 5 cents per line ife: ea^ i^tdDn&l ^ Prof^oa»! cards, pxk fi«t page, $8 per Jew- * - Half and page advertisen^ts / ^ haye tenaafl^en on appUca- CtíHU, TUO. OttDMAy, M. ». JU < > q. m. isacLL, D. DSIAJ« PffirSIClANS a SURQEONS. OOk^^n ^ar of Carter's Drugstore. ASILTCNE ,.....TEXAS. Dis. mmm^ & ?iild Office over Cameron's Bapk. ABILEXE, TEXAS. O. C. CHALMERS, -zVND- LAND ACEWT. Spoonts ^ ijtgfH Building,) Abilene. : : : Tex»«. m ArE. IFTOOTS, . ' DENTISTS. . imE NITROUS ozm 6Ab. Office over Wheelfr's d^tifitore, on North 8e*5andSt., Abilene, Texaa. iWth tilled with «are. Artificial teeth m«ie to order, and a fit guaranteed. ) nENTIHTJt 1'. Dr. T. L. TAYLOR. {OßkewtT WUcyg Warehouse.) Eztracied Withoat Pain, WITHOUT DANCER! (^îdencf , NofÛi. fttrcft.) Shftll I see tb«m no t Íámt ¿die far awsj I From &U { BO loted In llflb's eaflleed^y ? The psreaite wbo teogfat im Ui« le^as of troth ; brotbflta WlM ahazvä all tbejo^ of my jnmtli, nieoiMfet^sttterirÌMiseBniileéapald unfoxl, Aß fbe ftuuätal gii^ of tí» jn^^ate |;trl~ ^M ecteootmatea, my pUqm&t^/'^vben J tftulj tìmsio'té- flli^I waliiem w> I tee no moro? Stall I aw fliem BO mora, . ^ gé^ radoà^alaa Oat roee Through tba warm sommer stíM tbe r^;Í4Huof OHnrat ^ " i Tbe Taltey wtoere oAcgi I peosivef^ strayed | The brook wbure I fiab^, and woods wbera I played; l^e oottai^ that stood beside of tâe bill, Àfid thecool spriiigbard by iritli3ta murmuring, nil; The apple and cherry tree<do8e by the door, Shall I see tbem no more, &b&l> 1 sœ them no more? Oh, bright are the skies that haftg o'er me aoyr, _ And soft is the breeze to my Iteretisb browj I fly to the loTely and mtrth-loTíiiK throng; I join in tbe laaghster; the dance and the aong; Bui, gasdng oa Tislons of Iwanty ^nd grace, The shadow- of sadneaa steals /t) '&r my face ; 1 sigh for the lost one« time canitet restore— Shall 1 see them no more, abalt I see them no more v O, God! let me die where 1 dretir ray flret breath, VITith my friends and my kindred around me in death, , ^ Let not the rode band of tht- stinger bé laid On the cold silent imaçe of ciaf tbòu bast made. When my spirit is gone, let m>$body repose In its old moontain home wH^ the evergreen grows { (f Tberethey, who «till love me, -toy loss will deplore— Shall 1 see them no more, eb^' I see them no more 9 tiiottliaids of of d^tii, and on tl^ -wsy to join i^e BweWg tide jifid t^ere Ib room for tliem «n. , Th^ goilB that once swarmed %ith Indians, tl^e bufi^es and antcii^pee, not only gaTe tefe impacted growth and fec^dity Intillte air Vss darkened their sbadéwBuid tìie «irth twnW ¿^^JT "^TT^rr^ beneitt tìieir towL It i.«,eW^ on H h» rte»dl Communicat(d. Our Weiit. ine^d^OBtible s^ that invites tile i£itab|aQ4iBan to come, ^ sad rear^^abandanee. BT^atfoke Ibas MWPd, aikd tbe £iithfU can rei^p s rich harvest. " It never rains in the West!** God $le8s you! — Did you evet hear^is from the lip^ of a i^g^e man #ho knew what it wm to perjure olie^s self! There is a elass df cri^akers who, if the heavens raiue^ bread and meat, wonld gtarv^ in the midst of the showers. ]Let a|i the sceptics and weak-knee<l stay where they are—they id ^nitig upon publié eonfideuce pride. It was a grand eoaeepl^n on the part of those ipi^»^^^ ^engineered the scheme, andM^ proved a sttooess beyond fitst ^s^eotations. ^^Plaatíng (¿nmwmic^ecU Mtelf fraini S WmiMerlto hU CoifTexas, Apr. 4, im Chlldrar« Editor iisws:—-^ow me to ^ congratttlate y^ ©n the success ^ lettee no, h you have alre^y met with in your ^ Di^ae yielding new ^terpHse, and to hope thai it ^ ^ desir^ that I ^ould wnte may be increased a thousand-fold,! y«» ^^^^ Our littìè town of Content has^ oi^ ^d on only been organized about two yesre and itow eontiaafi 160 inhabitants. The town is beatttifoUy situated and is in a floa^htng con-It town are n<^ wanted in this country of bold, tìve men, who would not exchange an acre of their western l^mes for the best, of any other regioì» Yoaiig men of the Korth, East and Middle States, you will soon realizi^the condition of the prodigal if you forget your manhood ^ fer as to remain where the sòS is worn, and , population increasing so fast that at the present it 'affords ¿n uncertain and )pecarioas existence. Do you ear? ^Come west!—come with a young >'ife ! — come with a will I— <iorae li> en ter you a piece of God's land that you can get at a nominal price, itud that will more than pay and instaruction, as you say, I feel that you have imposed a task iq^tHi met^tadmonisit^ rae that the labor, thotigh a pleasure, is one that will forth far more our faHter E . , jithousaiids of acres of choice lands "«^that c# S^had at from $2 to $10 WèsC^fewlli^,^^ to location—and DI8XABS8 or THr CHSST, THEOAT AKD SKJJi. M. A SPOONT?. K K.LEGETT. spoo^ rs & Atiorneys-at-LdJc, OlTice on Oak St. ABILENE, : : TEXAS. ------- - . to-day asilieywere at S. P. HAKDm ICIlJb, ;^^'®^"^® they were Ottered, llie West .still holds aloft the banner Much as has been'>written and as much as the potenflal words orij®' itsijf from the first crop, the lamented Greely have given+-^^ ^lylor county there are yet direction to the .......... "to ^ there neverwords that ac-comi)liRhed as much as hia saga-cions utt^rauceisf Tke great man, after years of close observation and a correct geographical knowledge of our vast country, knew full well what course the "star of empire" would take i^i developing our natioaal greatnesl. '•Go- West, youagi; man," is as l^^bitfibiess. TkS bnt tiliey »» ¿c^ dependent upon ^eir p] ft. Oar country is too hea^^itf for a physician to make a fcoftme |n it praetimng medicine. We have a good school under the management «f Prof Morris, with about 50 ptlj!^#ina^itdan«e. Mr. Morris is a gentieiia bf rare ae-eoiBpMshin#n(««pd well Hk^ by mat pe«^^ dud- hope tain ^im in tiie so^ol tm^, nome. We can boast &t the ¿nest schoolhcmse and in the county, with a Masonic iiall I over the church. The country around emr town is well adapted t^ belh sto^-fsteing and exeeed- porpofteft wagMlil^, oik- til within tiie Our fhrmers as the advice of an in tiie s ^hor^ mäsiea^ the shortlNk^ll ^e atLamgpyip^ did foriwo yws, it board of eoatiitf to'K^ect th« best of two offnes lep^itMi theft undeveloped. But aiAbl stale 1«^>eopl|iig^iip at a rate .oÄiowt^^ the past, the Sastft^^Fe ^ pti^d her stakes aud starlri for jfeownwood and will b^J^id till U tki^pm ^ far atits^ If they should call a halt aflet ^pf)ing Abilene, we may j set it ^^ßß short» It will only be to firesh view of the field üiead thiU. no rival shall gain the piiffifBp far, so nobly Vron,and sopro^tably worked. All sloag the line of its outreach-ing it lÄ meeting with the best of cheer, ffiod the more substential realization of an individual patronage. Offir people are awake to their inlerests, and soon steps will be tak^ to give thö ^©ad ample room al^.jQore than ^Tide her rapidfy growing trad^ which her iacrea%/| sbp^tioi: ^e developing. grain, finest feÄgdistrfetffin the^i will fina its way to the Golf with-i ,.^^^^ ^ready *een con- " out delay or transfer. The road j ^^^^ ^^ ^^ excellent graz-I will stinilate scientific men of capi-1 district. The loss of stock here on land has been in adti-v^on ìhis spring as any prei^iü and aM seem kopeM f^ a boostl-ftd cro|: ir of iéfé yet aMain^ This, in the main, is true, NgSâ I am glad t^t yon admit the ^^i^Wty that age may confer apte at least, the benefits that timi^^^, proper^ improved mày dofori^ You comphén in your last that you think that you <£ùiéover a growing want of Uiat rel^>e<3t àiat youthmk is due those that are d^dcsr than yourself— at least ten 7«an. You seeme^^ to U te belief that it is a Utin^ht both under the pa-educational trainfaig— tlaithe young are growing under. I am very proud of both of you, for you appear from your written thoughts to ha ve eomel^j^e same conclusions. I writè wSlfoat flattering, for you know I abhor tery, as I have always looked upon It as working more evil than any other fault known to me. It has warped many a young mind, and done irreparable Iiarm to bees,plantÉig »id eiiI1lva£gl|i their crops. About Äree tii^^y»«^y^S l^e. Flattery is a ny orii acre properly cultivated in whel,i, oats, sorghum, millet or broom^om, will more than pay for itself, expense of fenciag, etc., in; oneyejtr. Then, come West, is: t^l to search after the hidden srenom, lád sho^ be shunned as htUnafoC Shun Äe flatterer as jtm wojttld an enemy, if you believe v^o ]practice it are better in- Thisl des^^to i^^^iae'^gP^®^ jou beUeve it to be it is shorn of its power to a certain degree only. Few have thought deeply upon the subject, I and fewer still have watched its Old Settler. ^treasures which lie within easy j of the unusuallv severe win- - effects nponthe life and character all over this country. , teyijyg i,een comparatively light.! of such as have been poisoned by The CSrub and the Heel Fly I ^^ ^^^ is pointed to ^^ ^^^ assessors i the evil. ^ as the grandest country the '' sun-' ^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^ , i have said more on the tropic of shines upon "on account of j assessed this year as last All ! «»ttery than I at first designed, rich soils and salubrious .climate, I j^jj^jg of stock are doing well now. e "ot said all that I intend attorney-at-law {Office, in the cuiiri-h',u.sf.) AHILESE, — — TEXAS. A. T. PATIOX. K E JIAIÌT8UOK. HAKTSOOK ct PATTOX, ^ Attorneyx-at-Laic, abilene, :: :: texas. {Offi'-.f ovr Ciii"fr(>n's linnl.] ^ e HAS. Ï. KVANS, , attorney-at-law {Officf o' tT Ca7>uru>''s /¡en'.,) ^ From the Stock .loumal. An tt»i]uirer asks when, or at what ^ason of the year, the gad- what vvillbe said of if when her rj^j^^ grass is already tolerably ' while I continue these letters fly det^sits the eggs which devel- rich ores, niarbles, rock and coal,' Tlj^ ' " ' " ' ''' Your views of health are very jop in|o the grub. The gad-fly are brought to vii-w and laid along ^ pleutiful and of ^ood, and as you say, yon believe j veorks^Barlier in wet seasons than side of her greal wool, stock »"d ' :in much exercise. Yes, proper ' in tiin^s of drouth. The gad-fly grain products ? It will,in the near: We have local option in our is demanded when one and'sctew-fly come together. It is future, rival the most opulent of and society is as irood as acquainted with the laws of jilentv for all who mav seek for i I V i V ! I lier resources. In climate and lands ' ill iinves 01 cirouiu. ine gau-u,v gram pruuiiciB i it wm,m tut*, neai | We have local option j she only awaits the willing hands and'sc|ew-fly come together. It is future, rival the most opulent of ^^^^ and society is as good as acquainted with the laws (hat she may ciieer the heart with ! «asy t^ tell when the gad-fly is ¡the older states. anvwhere in the State 1 am prond of lite. \ou are both tolerably her untold fetoie of fruits. about |)y the actions of the sheep. The Santa Fe must tap Abilene to say that we bave a christian acquainted with physiology The g^d-fly deposits the egg with-j—it. can neither pass below or. ^uj. and anatomy, well enough to éna- in the hostrils of the sheep and the i above, by every law of reason ' , ble Vou to understand hgw won- j,TUb ÌÀ imnaediately hatched and | brought to bear upon great ques-tirawn up into the nasal c-avities. — - — \ A shéep in good condition can I In her mountain ranges lay hid-! den stores of untold wealth- which i are ready to reward dijigent effort. And it is a noted fa(it that never yet has the man wfco sought a homo in ^our West,'' ever turned back disappointed. Thousands rains (jrive them off, still the pre- Tar on the Yours Truly, throM^offthe grub. The heel-fly ^ ^ ia a hcAse of another color. WarzQ^i^a^'e to pass through Jones couii- - ___il_____ _ flp ♦■f ami lt1aii<>r> /«iitivriTi Pi»f street, : U. A. PORTER. Attomey-ai-Law, ABILENK, - Will practiff in tbe district Courts of Taylor and adjoining count {Òpic-r in the Courlkoun*.) J K COCKRELL. H A. TILLETT. Cockrcll & Tillott, A M^i'^neytt-at-Latr, Ofliee up stai'Ti, Wristen Buildinix. Pine Street, : : Ahiltnic Terna. ^ L. SEABKOOK, ATTORXEV-AT-LAW, in earlier days, emi)iy handed, left 1 venti^ is the same. then nose^rof sheep will hold off the one ' and t4r on the heels of cattle wUl Abilene, Texas, their homes to 8ettl.e,in the far off west," never expecting to | p^evXt^the att^k oFthT ot^ see again those leit behind, and ' are to-day called ^ings, barons TEXAsA. aud lords, all on account of the For the Boys. great wealthaccumiilated in a few years. 2so part of the Ainerican continent ever offered like inducements to struggling millions. No other Two men stood at the same table irt^ a large factory in Philadelphia, ^working at the same trade. Having an hour for their nooning ever^ day, each undertook to use tions affecting the future of the road as a success. The road will derfully made is this frame of ours. D. W, Hale, j Rut a true knowledge of the se- »- t < I oCthe beautiful play of vig- A I.arge Tr^rtion. ; ^^^^^ ^ ^-u From Tuxas Stock Journal. ! be learning the longer we live. Tlie transfer of the property ofj The worl4 has never had but the Espuela I^nd and Cattle com- one Master ho understood the pany of Fort Worth, Texas, the laws of life, and He in his benev- pose| region explored ^ver rewarded H in ;|ccomp]ishing a deflnite pur-with lavish hand equal the j Great West of this continent. No known portion of t|ie world ever i called out civilized i^ankind as the ty, Stonewall, and Blanco canyon, and on into the heart of the stock interests known as the Panhantile of Texas. Here then, is the route that will dictatejtself to the syndi- i Espuela I^and and Cattle compa- olent fullness has laid down every cate of the Santa Fe, and they will j ny of London, England, was con- j necessary rule for perfect man embrace it as the ultimate of this | sumat^d here yesterday. The Lon-1 and womanhood. Jesus, the Christ, enterprise. don company paid out to the hold-1 [g the true life teacher. AH else The tide of population becomes | ers of the American company's pa- j has failed, being swallowed up in the index to guide what will be . per (KM) throu|^h. the City Xa-i a field of blind conjecture, the grandeiit road in the future of;tional bank of this city, which i If the world had collated the teachings of Christ upon the sub- ourState, The best elements of, places the London company en- four or tive states a .e already fill-! tirely out of debt, and in the pos- lject of life, and practiced them, each persevered for about ^^^ country rapidly, and ' session of a propeity second to ; how much better would have been the ^me number of months, and | cy-g preparing to corneas fast ■ none in America. The property , the condition of our race, and the feacliwon Success at last. One of ^^xej can exchange their inu-r-, consists of CO 000 head of Panhan- ^ filthy medicines we are forever thesS two mechanics used his dai-1 ' ^ die raised cattle, and 500 000 acres swallowing would, many of them, XESCAS. land toward the siting sun; and i ^^ i Deep water at Galveston, and a' of land under fence, located in ; never been heard of. ,no land has afforded like advan-! ^^^^^soUd railroad of her choice, will: l^ickens and Crosby counties, this , With these few hints in your 1 tages to e\ ery condition in life.; sold the patent for a fortune, ^^ ^^^^ ^^ TT T-1 —- j tages to e\ ery condition in life.; sold the patent tor a loriune, ^^ ^^ silence her enemies : state. i hands I will clos^ this, ray first lerWiiipractic^in the Cnunty, IMS-Ivvasit h^ for j ^jj ij^Aueu^.^g ! Hereford and Durham ! letter, commending you to con- net and other courts of the state. ,longing tor? Tfso.the West, the ! a br^adcloch suit, and moved out ^^^ ^^^^ brought that antago- bulls are used'in this herd. Al-. tinue your pursurt for a higher nize her growth, and would rob her, though this is an English corpora-1 plane in this life and the life be- jtion a large proportion of theiyo"d. Adieu, dear children. FATHFB The road is to be pushed for-; shares of the. company are held by |__^ 9 m ward as fast as capital and labor; Texans, and Mr. A. Britton is the j Jq the habeas corpus case at can do it The company proposes j raanaging director^ and Mr. S. W. j jj^g^ Braunfela, last week, of the to reach here within the year. | Lomax is the manager, both of. pa^ieg implicated in the murder of Progeess. Ä l) » ^^^ K Y o ri X y * Y m o , In^îl^» elevated West, has always ; of aètenement house into a brown X À o àIì J.ÍA x'i aN X O* ' X o. i given heatlh withdnt stint. Was i stoifee mansion. The other man— --- it the worn out student decaying j whj|t did he do! Well, he spent ^ of her future importance J T BERRY & CO. of brain food? If so, an Jour each day during most of , * ' vpp A T * i it has ever be4n found, purer 1 a y^ in the very difficult under- V ^ ^ ^^ T • I eliminated by alchem- taking of teaching a little dog to (^nu aaiCS UlVe-wtOCK | ists. Has the debauche ransack- staild on his hind feet and dance a land a9id Live-^tock A^entf^. Also ai?e.nts for T. Á P. H. R. Lands and lots in Taylor and AbiU rn;. A. JAQUETTE, THE TAILOR. ALL WOBE GÜARANl^. Pine St.' Opposite Canieroa's Bank. A Mt'ife, : ; Teoratt, ed the stores of genius to no effect—until purse-and shattered manhood wereabofct to Be down in despairf—they Mave been pointed t<) the West ihe great West, thousands of feet nearer God and Heaven, only cau^ be found the Balm of Gilead and the true, physician. Upon every mount^n crest, plain and valley, may ji^i ^hile he played the tune. At la^ accounts he was working ten hoflrs a day at the same trade and at tiie old wages, and finding fealt with the fa^e that made his fellowr w<^1'kman rich while leaving hiaf po^r. Leisure minutes may bring g<men grain to mind as well as pi^be if one hM-vests wheat in- Citzens of Cleburne have raised the money to purchase a lot on this city. Marshal Hal Gosling, Judge Hurt rendered his decision, and Mrs. Senater Kilgore of Gregg county was elected president^ro tem^{\ i^tts was remanded without bail. the senate just before its adjoàm- seen st^d of chsff.- Fx, which to build a patent toller flour ment, atfd now he would suceeed mill. A Tennesse comiiany will the office of lieutenant-gover-erect tlje mill nor in tase of a vacancy. Bose Yeager^s bond was fixed at $5,000, and C. Brannon-s bond was fixed at 11,500. The balance of the prisoners were released without bail. ;