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   Abilene Taylor County News (Newspaper) - April 24, 1885, Abilene, Texas                                 Milffrr wyiii.  sm  r — . . ..         i ■■ ,    -, r,. V, ^.i/;, ^ .-• , , , ---. .....  i Wftskly VfWBfapex^DavffM U ikt BM-«^^ Agrìtuì^; sa* »INr IsItrMlf HUjUi (^ty, ïazaa.    ---—• '-      votnMii.        ABÎLEJSÎ; TAYm^ DDin^  ■ ............ ■ r - ■ - T..... , -........... . , . - , -    KUMBEB a     Croiw, ete.  By ^ policy milKons wiil he sav«a t^ ihe goTemia^t, *a4 its-c^B wOl be taught that bOMstyia the best policy,  . The point for anxioiu tusfmae » passes! We have in ooir wisdom coined, in tweatj yeari of  The Cliaiiirefi in Texa»*  Frozn the Texas Stoek Jonmal.  The old time stockman who nev-  The Crnme MmAmU  Titaa tbe iTaa« Stock Johtb«).  llélé fio «esti.  fliOb  Hsgmmmi^Mmr  " " r^Kmeste, so cent« per eeUnua meaain^eiit.  Ita, $1 per mdn  f^, $lper incli.  ^ per tad ^ eentf perirne  paxtàÉ, oo first psge, per  Mgé ftdvertis^nients " 'MsltBS given on applica-  JWO. BOiDXAX, M . D.  miwn K JkìSWBM.,  JillllìllllW « SÖROEONS.  i «f C«rt«r'» Drugstore.  TEXAS.  m, (!iim.V £ FIELD  4wer Cameron V Batik. ABILSKS, : : :  TEXAS. )  I  P. CL CiHALMERS,  ATFOUMMY - AT - LAW  --AND-  LAND ACENT.  (Office. Spooaii ^ Ugrü building.) \  AÌMi«li«, t : i TexRK. !  a*  a«.<iwv  m. k, E. & r. A* SP»./'!» M  DENTISTS,  TOE BBTROUS OXIDE 6As.  Oflte« over Wheeler's dnigstore. on North Second St., Abliene, 'i'exas. Tcerh fined with care. Artifu-iai t«eth luad« to order, aiMl a fit gnarantecd.  ltIOTi|.£AT£H.  I bsd • besfitifnl gummt.  AndI Iftid it b}' wlth care; I foljdl«4 U doM wia I&Teader le»Tet  In s uapSda ftae »ad foir ; ''Il 1« far too ewtty « robe. I ssld, "Fot one to wrar . "  So nerer at B^n or e*euing  f potbtyga^B^on; It by ItMU*. under cla»^ and k«y,  la the p«rfuiBed dtwk «Ione, ItB ««Mtarfìtt »oiday bkMea  / mttai^l^é^ lukifda«.  There wtn» eame to tny pMÌ»!,  TÌMdr» mntOiàa» wbo «ftvvrith me,  And Ciad !s abbcKS» raimat.  I bore theiÉ WBpaay i 1 kneif that 1 owBdd a beautiful robe, Tbough It« 8}4fB<lot Done migbl sue,'  There were poor »»» siood at niy portai,  Thiore <WT*orplian»i who Pf>Pglit my^car«-1 gave theott 8ie teudereat pity,  Jiut Itad ntìÉthini bealde to spare. ^ I hftil onìy t^e beatimi gannf nt, And il»e ràmetf for daily \ve<4r.  A1 laat, OD R aàst ùay 's comiap, I tbou^bt ia my'ire«.'; to ehtDe; I wvnld ple^ ^viih tho luster ■  Of it« »hlfMnR cdorg Uni-; i would wa^ ^ itfcprid« in the marrtl Of Ita rarèlyrifli design. »  So ont ftoia *he dnrt I bore it—  The IflTPM'ìtT ;  And foM Oli fold Ikcld it up  Tothe 8CÌÌ*bingii(il!i oftli^ .lay. Ala«!—theffloryhldpenibed . • VS'Wle théea la iUpi&c*: it lay.  .. wy "eV8 tor tha fedeless btaaty  Must SctX  T.. UiL lirici of A cou9\>r>t blesslng  TL« bt-auó' liat ufle r^vt-A'«; Fi>r inu» tli^fuidtid ioIjc alo:i-,' The moth -¡»-ith iu» biighLuj, 8:wi!3  Croiw, ete.  , From ©very part of the State l^e prêts roieés th« expressions of our great inSostdal Int^rest— fanmng^thai tbe crops are very^ promiainnp. If qo^ unforeseen ea-lamitf oeeari, t^ State will ooine oat aheftâ of ll«r highest anticipations. yeàr we are dispel-linf the deluBion that Texas was better a<laptedl to stock - raising than t^ promiaycuoue cropping; and j^r after we are demonstrating that the eliaiatef soils and other adTàUtages are ôu-to that of a utimber of tlie bldief States. Our tindeveloped mineral  By ^ policy milKons wiil he sav«a t^ ihe goTemia^t, *a4 its-c^B wOl be taught that bOMstyia the best policy,  . The point for anxioiu tusfmae » passes! We have in ooir wisdom coined, in tweatj yeari of  The Cliaiiirefi in Texa»*  Frozn the Texas Stoek Jonmal.  The old time stockman who nev-  The Crnme MmAmU  Titaa tbe iTaa« Stock Johtb«).  It is difficult to find head, tail or •r owned a foot of groond moie | ^ ^^^^ ^^^^  than etifflcient for It^qaarters, ^^  now, M  and to give him a chum on the i ^^^^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^ p^,  county whereiü his stocks were j ^^^ ^^ ^^^ ^^^^ ^ t^vidf^ni,  seems quite likely to exist in the ^^  ftitnre, and some who have not yet j ^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^ thousand or  lessoqi that will warn the Dem oqêmf of onr Bepnblio to aing the song of liberty and BquaUty.  &>mmunicaUd.  Pretty B^le».  .1 i^^m'wrn to this by what may be seift bn our streets every pleas-respurces are, or will be, muoh' ant d|^|«irheii m<^er8 l^re the greater than the oldest Taxan has  cleared the vision to new things ^ ^^^^^ pj^.^^^ ^p ^^^ ^^ ^^^  as they are, will require further ex- buyers, there are none for perienreto satisfactorily eonvinee i ^^ ^  them that there a combination of circumstances which no man or men can control likely to make  yearlings and |L14.(H) for twos raised in Central Texas—delivery to be made on the ground where cattle raisiug on the unrestricted gathered, or at convenient points.  fall of wonld-be  ever thought or dreamed of.  Our fruit interest, which but a few short yeaTF ago men looked j upon as a failure, are to-day sur-I passing our most sangnine expec j tatiofts. Apples, peaches, pears, i {»lums, and berries of every kind, I are proving a success to all  voieeM walls of homo and care, uncertain and ^he country is ________ ________  to giv4^ir darlings ft^Bh air and . ^^^ business, because there is ! ^^^^^^ ^^^^ cheaper yearUngs It alwavs makes my i ^^^^ ¡and twos which were offered du-  ^ a warmer and stronger I ring the uncerfcda period when it  was not known if th« grass would  (ïk I see a neat, modest,  i grow this spring, and before it was ' known that at the c'Ofct of 26 cents  were, and because there is no cer-  fond'ioSer'Vi^ her swee't'babe '  in theltfe carriage out on our | ^^^^^^^ t^« P^ ^^^ ^  streeti, Happy fathers smile and!per head on thaflrsttbonsand, and stop t|>.|a88 the bud of future man I timers, old free grassers, a ^q ^^^^^ p^j. ^^^ balance  i those who are devoting time to j or womanhood ; whUe oid ba^^h-' | whatever the number mi^ht. be,  Ithiircare and growth. As flue I elors siy themselves to the cor-j^^ ^^ ^^^ 1 healthy cattle, (healthy, mhjd you.  i fruits and of as high flavor as we j ners t<^get a sight of the beanti- ■ Pr^^sent sitnatiOD is a httle better ranchers of New Mexico.) couhl be  I have ever eaten inaiiy country, we ! fui w<»taeii and their mòre beanti- ^ ^»^¿erstood than heretofore, and . j^g^j Mexico or Arizo-  have enjoyed of our own product, i fvd hà^. Batchelors !—poor,do- ' ^^^ ^^^ purpose, is . ^^^^ ^^ territory ohargin- 20  ' accepted. ¡cents on the first five hundred anti  The stockman said: "I failto  find in this state any open range  available which affords the three  .i - r  For grapes, we have no pees on ; luded souls ! As ! the continent, if an equal.  t^r ii(i|tended eyes and haggard-i siocKumu «»lu . ^ tu , ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^ balance. And  mea6M«ss smile, I pitv them ' i buyers,(so-called,) there are in plen-  Grover€Ievelanda«uece!is, from the bottom of mvheail. So available which affords the three ^^ p^^ ^^^^^ ^^^  they^^ so the ^¿ged end of;  dasher yearlings in numbers of ten  We are pleased to make ntick to'^lhem nnlil ^^^^ P^«^®«^^^'^'  - Ulou that at all pouits lu our vast ^^^^ ^^ ^^^^^^^^ ^^ ^^ , is not pastured to its full capacity.  >  DENtlSTR W  Dr. T. L. TAYLOR.  {Offie«or>er WUey's Wartkouse.)  TMtli^tmfdd Withont Paie, WITHOUr DANCER!  The »aiita Fc the people »t,  V The industries o.' the ' rni v iti  Fli strike my name, and I value  it Kbo'W price, that there is no  pcace.  The public mindis greatly eier- country. »"^^re earnest-  iA T  Fe li. R., will take froinLauipagas. j world are they as mh^utjrativi»»^  clsed over'th«' route that th6 Santa ^ ly engaged  If I move, (and move I must, or sell L'oiiHideratile stock) I must conclude to furnish water on a  up, but don't understand it takes money to gather them.  Well, the situation is, that there  . P , ...... ..............—- ,isa regular, steadv, upward ten-  Tnnapaitoi the , ^^^^^ ^^ ^^^ ^^^ ^«me means or other, j  that can show is mam prêt- ^^^ P^«'^^«" ^^ I which will result iu the restoration  Tne directoiy are ovor-crp^ded they are here un^ler free and inde-; babies as can be | ^^P i of the prices of last year for all with correspondence upon the sub-i pendent labor. ! found '  6£0 H HIGGINS M D more delegations! President Cleveland lus occu-  I have been^ent from Coloradoand ' pied his high and trusty otiice but  (Mendenef, Vorth IHne Street.)  —TO—  MttAtH or TBS sixsr, THSOAT ISD 8SIX  K  M. A SPOONTS, K.K.LEGETT.  SPOOXaS & LEGETT,  Ati4>r%e}8-afLaic,  Office o Oak St.  ABILENE, : TEXAS.  San Augelp to.lay in their ^ cWms  ! gatîon, with Colorado in thè lead, Nisited (ja^eston and, it is said, they made ,^ very strong proposition to theâ>oard. Enough ot' the  a few weeks. In this time he has organi^Me!^ hi|[ cabiuiot, an4.J^eud and foe award him no ordinary sa-gHcity and statesmanship. The weeding out and planting iu of  a drift line uorth. and preveat the range being overstocked. This requires purchase of lease, and if I go so tar why not go furthei', even  I cattle admissable to other states ! and territories, and the fact is plainly evident that buyers will spon have to pay more and have  '•Heretofore," he continued, when any range 1 was on played  The wool trade hs^ lacked ani-1 own." mation in all marke«. There has been a 8te;jJ.\' mc^^t^ «ifmand. proper mateiial has completely | it has been eli^fly for the sup- out. I gathered tho herd and i interview known, to show that | disarmed his rebublican enemie^ piy of pressing: niiuireinentH. and moved them out, knov. i::^ 1 b:id they were favorably impressed ' and it has squelched the greed foV j ^ie traneactioirs;« a rule have been choice of a good stret<'h uf eouu-j tiiataconi^iif-^ of three were ap-1 otiii o of tliose who claim to Ij^ve) in small lots. utter abaenee of try to locate in. It paid nie to  ______________ pointed to^o over the rou^e iridi-, given Inm 8U].i>ort. ' j speculative feeing is a conspicn- move, because I bettered ur> self,; ^^  S P HAit.DWTi^K^'' ¡rated by the d^^fesulion. Thin is ; The ihroug that gutLered about ^us feriture of tie trade. Of course ! and it improved the chances'of i O. i. »» : weH enough, Imt it does not go f^ expecting to be , gf,me speeia> concession would those who remained behind, but  enough to^give the fainteat pros- j crowned with an office, are return-! ¿^aw out dci/and of this character , now I don't see how to better my-pect that tlie road will be indnced I ing home, nuich disappointed,. jjut^^g a, gpu^r-^l thing it does not' self. Where I now range, was,  i than is necessary for the proper Idrivingand locating on new rau-I ges. ^  I The lowest figures of last week's  ti'uLBai'f'iOiis ^Tere ,^9.00 and ¡{'H.^-O for two lotij of 1,000 yearlings rnit. ed and deliv ered in Hrown andCo-  ATTÒRìEY'ATLAW  (O/ficetnAe coterf-A,.usr.) ABILENE, — - TEXAS.  re are no muie rouiul lots to be had at the price, i Cattle above the (jnarantiue lii o ; are not quotable, neither are the  by a present bonu8, which would j but in better spirits than has iiere-, a question of . and is a iirst-< la8s eow located stocks oi Western Teias  huzzgrd its^^uture trade. Presam-j tofore been manifested by that pyjee with'buyers as a need of good grass, hard bottom, water^^ ^^ ^^^^^^  K.E.HATtTS00K''i^g that it Could he taken to Colo ; class who are continually seeking H^^dersare not ottering to plenty, breaks and !  A T.PATTOX.  ^jl^pi^^lj^ P VTTOX ' ^^ön what « AVhy it would  ' be brought;to a dead halt, with no  Atttnt^g-at-Laic,  ABILENE, :: TEXAS.  {O^iee 9r Cameron's Bank.)  €HM. r, ICVAAS,  shade pi^es as an inducement i erything lovely excepting that i ^^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^ ^^^  to manifaeiurers to anticipate' where there «ught to be ^^^ ! oa the market.  >  office.  Parties may rise and fall, but ___  earthly pr(|&pect8 of it ever going ' the true rulers of a Republic lies , ^^nts. Most sellers show unaba- there can be found two. The re-any further. Tliis would be the ' in the democratic element of the coifidence on desirable wools, 1 suit is that we had our cattle i)ar- ^ i result. ^people to perpetuare free institu- especiilly such as are suitable for tially reduced last winter l-y scar- '  ! Let any sensible man look at; tions. The early^fathers were the [ t^o production of worsteds, i cicy of feed and severity ef weath-ATTAiNFY-AT-T Aw'^^^ statistics of tèe line of coun- ; i>rophetii who practically demon- ¡^Theri is some anxiety to realife on ! er, and it is doubtful if the eld : ATTO FN hY AT L A W i jjj f^r the rbad, and j strated Heaven's truth, that mail- (jj-^jj^ary clothing wools, and if range can bear the numbers re-,  Camacn , Lank,) , ^jj gg^j^jj^]^ enterprises do this , kind are indissolublv equal. i bu.teis showed a disposition to ' maining and fatten beef, it mas,  Fine Stres : ; Abilene, Texas, y^j^y things-look after the trail of j Our country must take on a new ' opirate they might secure conces- and it may not There is no guar- .  I>€layed Tax Collertiea«  ^^inding that a great muiyy bavf. not yet becouie acquainted with the pi;ovisioR8 of the uew law ex tending the time for the collection oi'tuxfs for l^i.'it until .Tulv ne.\t,  population^ This course is an on-i career of prosperity. As antago- f^i^ng, but the market has pder-' antee except that the winter will , ^^^ tl|e  erring pointer to the course theiniring influences are overcome,! ^ne no quotable change. A few reduce the cattle to the ca])aeiiy Santa Fe Will take. To draw the > uew and higher impulses will actu-; »amifacturers are represented as of the range if 1 and others don't,  T|U8 )AI£S nNNIE,  AI^KEY-AT-law,  JVW^a^ Public atid Conveyancer.  H. I. PORTER.  nornejf-at-Law, Santa Fe ^11 take. To draw the > uew and higher impulses will actu- ; »amifacturers are represented as of the range if 1 and others don't, ^^^ to tax eolleetors :  - - - TEXAS, qnestion cèser, the road ; will not ate the masses io guard their ;'bnyiug to eonie extent in the coun-'and without something is done to " Tax collectors are hereby in-TaTtor^iS^oraii^ cc^'it^^^^^^^^ "ne already in-! rights with more fidelity than try, but business at ordiimry points I put my own afiairs in better order, I  in tju Courthomt,) I dicated, fot this has beeh before in the past. Our demonstration! jg, gg a rule, as dull and unsatisfac- ' I cannot expect to have more val- ' Property for the taxes of l s'^4 unt:-  i ECocaBLiT I the public ÔO long that immigration, that the right of the individual tJ tory as in the seaboard m-arket.«. ' up in cattle next spring than this." ! t^®  nWf^ll Âr Till/if-f I ^ accepted it as being^lhe most j equality in government conipait, "piiis .^ainlv to the fact that • " Why," he said, ''as if we did ^^«a^t makes no provision for the  VW^IXU Où llIltM, javailablepjrtofXortiiwestTexas. is to-day that power that is shik-1 i^jfenor holders ¡re asking almost ' not have enough cattle before, ' of property in ch-  AitrtêeyS'af-Latr. i At no period in the history of set- ing the balance of the world, ind ^ „^ch money for their wool as ' there were several thousand driv-1 ^ wà^»- »¿▼«rtisements have OiBce-i sUirs, Wristen Building. | Hiug this pi^rtiort of the! country ^ is not to be doubted for one mo-i can be obtained in the eastern | en in on ns, actually dropped in ' »^^^n made iit compliance with the PiH£ Stet^ : : AbiUtte lejcaë. i has popula^on equaled the près- ' ment. Eight was not bon of • jnarfeets, and tliere is therefore no ' late in the season and left there, P""^ to the passage  'ent volumi^fiii^iix. All the lands Vrt^—it has a Higher parestage. encouragement to dealers to bring 'w]^^ j^hip-' ^^'t, tax coilectors are in-  thrown up^.the market lire being | Thus it is omnipotent and m^isi, in ^ools forward for sale. ' ping out thin beef to make room, structed that in cases where sueh  bought up,ind our land %ents are the near future, infuse itsilf into Boston market is very quiet otherwise we would have pulled ! advertisemetits already hare been  besieged by enquirers. ! the^convictions of the racds till it ^^^ ^^^^ quotable through. The cattle diiven in did "^de, they will permit such adver-  These fa(?ts alone decide tlie i will be the sinecure for sernce. change. Medium territory wools ¡not thrive, nor did our !  OLiday in rs br publication in some Weekly newspaper publisheil in ;he eot^iity, or by postingif there be no newspaper published ia the couiity. that the sale of lands heretofore advertised in the taxe-s of 1^4 will be made on the first Monday in Jnîy, 1H85, for the taxes shown in sueh adver-ii»ement,and cost of sale. In cases where no advertisem'l« have been made for taxes of 18H4, tax collectors will not advertise the land» until such time in June next, as will enable the advertisements to be published the full period of time prescribed by law before the first Monday in JuJr, 1885."  ee.in dl«Met courts, asd s at Aoatin. Will also buy  id aod live stock ©a coaxmift-  fl course the road will take, and oar! In selecting our miusters to comparatively good request " Goud-byei" ho said. 1 am hunt- j ^¿"'iirst ^M  I Colorado i^ighbors might just &8 , foreighn courts and the consular | ^^^ fleeces receive less ing grass, and tiae trouble is 1 ex- j ju]v, notify the tax payer  ^ SEA BROOK,  ^ r^TTORMEY-AT-LAW, | Fe is concel'ned.  -AJMtoTE, - - - -rSTS^ÜtS,  well "hangtheir harp on the wil- i corps, it is universally conceded I attention, and some grades are pect to have to pay for it." Iow"8ofacas getting the iSanta that an equally representative rather weaker than ten days ago.! Such is the condition of affairs,  body  A commercial drummetoSserves I  of men were never before' pj^e dekine wool is steady, as it in a large portion of Texas-in , sent abroad. In the choice of ex-^^^^ a long time. Holders, 6ther sections there is grass, but 'lUpractlc^the County, Dis-|t^tin8top^>ing street tmrsaBo»-;^^"'^^^ Richard B. Hubbard,. are quite willing to the well-borer, the tank bmlder  n other courts ff tti« State.' , ton woman shakes her book, a New 1 Texas, to the consulate of Ja- j g^jj ^^^ present quotations. The • and the fence builder must do  EHTiSJ  riiii t» îv tr m  York wom^ throlr« h^ pftras<a' P®®'® P^®^ Uiat takes fouith-rank ! ^^ ^^ in,town this and the stock must be  ,tthe driver's head, a Brooklyn i week has beeit ' ' ^  '"ill? O dV.4v7^7r I whittles, a Chic^o woman ' ®  • jUII« Hiv 1 ^ tJ. 1 nuts her foot on the trft«k. a Saint,  of the  ' ranges, something no longer ]>08-wi HiJladelphia market, has .^jijij, i^ Texas without the ranges  ■ puts her foot on the trft<ik, a Saint! places ol trust are tw , exceedingly dull. There is no _ are own ed and controlled by par-  Loais wom^n winks at the conduo- . iog filled by no less worthy and quotable change in prices, but de- ties owning and eontrolUng the and liVe-i^tOC'li: ® Cincinnati woman «ays deserving, and we are glad t^ »o- ^ ■ . , nngatisfoc- stocks. The change is a hard one  AsJ^^tn: i" Hobo I h|lbal" and a Pittsburg tice that the work, though slow,; : and the benefits are not quite so  T^S p R.R. l.A»dfi ^omaii paj^yzes the eondacti«- gives greater assurance that the x^toio. attdAtatiua, With» merits of mes are h&ng gauged  GE2ÎKBAL-  tory. Even staple wools are qui- j ^ppareut to-day as these diffical-eter than usual, i ^i«« ^^ snFmei^nted.   

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