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   Abilene Taylor County News (Newspaper) - May 1, 1885, Abilene, Texas                                 A Weekl| Newspaper—DeTotsd to the SUmk-rü&ing, ÁgriealtorsI, Miserai, 2áac«lios»l other laieresis of fajlor Gonsij, T»zas,  VOLUME 1.  ABÌLEISff; TAYLOR CQUIS'TY, TEIAS, FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1885^  NUMBER 8.  mBSCMFTlON RATES.  On« copy three months. HO cents. One copy one year, S1..V).  AnvERmm ftATEs.  Regular adverti.'ementP. "><) cfnls per inch periBonttL, colninn nif^nsurement.  TrAnaieiitadvertijsementf-. ih-t inch per month«  Lcg-al advertisejnentfi, SI ^r inch. Locai busineKS notices. H) «eiits pi 3 !ne the first week, and n cents p«'rliae  for each additional week. i - ^  Profesiiional cards, on lirst pd^rv. per Tiw^re a younp Kiant-ss out m the W est. yggj. WliotM» Kn_iwth is f<> r!ii>itj it ratrnoltakf rest;  Half and pape ac]verti-«oii)ent « lis a«y. l u-iu-vc, is not mu. h 6ver<f^our,—  will have gpeciul terms given on applii-u- It may W some less, but it cannot H mor< tion. ' ]{■ vuu ask furthiinajue, aiidwherw tc,bfSi;t.a,  ' Are Oraln and Meat liikely I to Advance in Price.  On the Road.  Editors News :—On the even-  Texas Bay.  Can-e^tpondmf Xfitlonal Lice Stork JvurjwK ¡ufr of the I'lst I left yOlU' citv, aud  I thiiik that, far several reasons,; i am at present stoppiup iit the the prices of grain aud meat are Lehman house, Waco, it Is a tirst- Thonsantls of Texans had amved,  Dallas Herald.  One of the grandest days of the exposition was this''Texas Day."  Cornmt^nicaled.  lietter from a Father to his Children.  ABII.KXE.,  BV I .NCLE (.EÜEÖ«.  PrafeHHìoìiaì Cfinìs.  i I mayas weii t«ll, it is calU-d Abilerít'.  i  I  J . t!llB3EI.t, M. D. J> ) KoijM \ V , M I'  ROI>MA\ & i^BELL,  PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS.  OfficeiH r.ear of farter's I»ruc-^tore. ABILHNE ,.....I'KXAS.  DIIS. C.\ßRi.\(iTIJ\ & FIELD  Offict orer Camcfvn'x Jlnni:. ABII.E.VE. : : : 'j'KX A>-.  D. C. CHALMERS,  LETTER NO. 2. Dear Children :— Vonr wel-  likely to advance. First, it is uot i dasBhotel, and the weary traveler »»^i ^^^ grounds all come loiter in response to mine Is  at all j)robable that the year's har-Í vvill find here a splendid table and ! th^ morning. Thousands from before me. and I have read every vest will be near so abundant the 'kind and accommodating i)eople ' other states were also preaejit. So word—as eagerly as a hungry per-world over as the past. Two such ^q gtop with. - i great was the crowd that removal sou would relish a meal. 1 see a  I harvests, one following directly af-1 Waco is a solid town, and don't i good humor  ! ter the other, ai-e of very rare oc-! -(o iutely net'cssary. Even then, (he cropping out in every sentence.  ' i'urreuce: in fact,almost unknown, to iho contrary. It is spreading ^^^^^ overflow- Long before I rcach the wonis,  18econd,. not so many acres of ont iü f»vi»rv dirfptinn Tho iioT>n- iug. Commissioiu r Elliott esti " we are well,"' I have made the  Ij«sthaiifüur>ear!?arowher. tnat»é)t>n,=¡ art'Sipn, I ' ,UUl liit \l.I> UlltlUUJl. -lUt. pupu , ^  \viiiiL t.nt»«vire jtitchKi far and jieur oTcr the ! whcat Were sown last fall, or even , i^t'o» is solid—it is made of men i «»ates ihe assembly at li'.ooo and nsatier oui in niy own mind that it  gret-n.  'l iu rt-d men have^ont*. thi* white liavi-cnn' Air! built u)) a city 1« make it Uu-irh^ine. Aii>iin a^-^ to i-oin.', to yinuii.-i ia íhií||t(-e.i, Gxandiaihi-rs will tt-li oMht-' '>oanj^biU'no.''  No more phail be .sf»'!i the \\ arlikv ¿"(anmiichfs, lii^liiiif o'er {jiains and raiding en Tnncin-n; Or iiunliiig till' d^xT and the wild bulíalo, With rifl« ami imil or ^Mtii arrow and'buw; liis war-whuop iiu iiiorL- will bi- !n-4rd on th. I'laiij —  'i '.IV  .ITTORX I:Y - A T - I. A «  -AM'---  ^ LAND ACENT.  {Orfire. Sj„.i ni i j- Lttìt:! j!tji/'li"C.)  A-í iilack-siíiiUi ani  IwWtí.)  ^trik.' thi- liot in.ti and mcmly ^^ií".?, NVijiis! ihf a;i\ il rt-b^'Uiidd \\ Itii u ioud clic.-ry çnir  1 * V  1 lar cl;y is ltia* in^^ and hur.'l>' iiiUBt tb:dve, ' [•■ir üiT \v );'kiii''n ari- a.-t iii-.'BÍa a h;Vf;  ^ ^oiii-irinki iiu- ¡iK'riar, wliil^t otlii'rs M^t^brii-kc i ri- l)ari!'..; u- w <iu.irfi and wlmlowt» tu tlx. ' 'H u; 111« ii. vTi-,)i;,,-r hcrt' rnav ilnd liiiii a humi-,  ¡ Our in, n-haiu-i ar'-n'ib to üll ali oiimrfì.-rs ! And .-iUi'i'ly u¿ «itii all wi- want, luit' in our  I..:-.:.,;; 1  >  Abilene. : ^ :___: ^ ^ .j,,,, ,.(,. r, .v,,^  "llli'S, A, E. & F.l. liKOW W,  DENTISTS,  USE NiTRODS OSIDE GAs.  Otiicp over W iit^iw's lirufftilon'. on Xorlh .SecoiHi St., ,\l>il<Mi»'. Icxn-. 'I'im iii lilleii w'tii care. Arti!i< i;il tcfih iiiudi' 10 order. :iii<l u lit irtiaruntcfd.  Jth W TiS Tltl .  Dr. T. L. TA'YLOR.  {(Jfrirr r ri ■■ l)",'.',-!/'.^ H';.'' 'i f-' . )  Teeth Extracted Without Pain, WITHOUT DANCER!  GEO. H. HIGGINS, M. D.  ¡this spring, as in the preceding' ^^^^ ijui^inpgg education-' Tcxans. .So is  years ; and much of the wheat iu!j|]]y tiud practically, and/rom the | ^^^ l'[>on one jwint-only, 1 find 1 am  different partsthe country' has the" are aireadv hnndlino- heri^^^^^"^ programme that to-night not fully informed, and that is the  not wintered welL Third, we are ; ^ Texas is on all lijvs. Senator Max- kintl of studies \ on arc both pur  j havinga cold spring' on account of, ^^^ good to speak of them as ; ^y-' Reagan and several gov- suing. tV)r 1 am pursuing the sti^d-  j the immense (juantity of ice ai^d they ileserve | ernors from other st^ttes were »e«. audi believe you informed  snow covering the ground and fill-, I recruiting for one thousand t"<'^"iniissi<)ncr IClIiot t hn'^ fue (iiat you used hut one book  ing the lakes and rirers in our ' jj^^.jj ^^^ j themselves in ; ^^íihscd to beprepared the necessary between ^ou. One reads while  ¿•rim, l ai^nu-1 \^¡li nc\rcviiu-again, uortlieru laíátudeB, remaining nil-' ■ platforms for the speakers, st ats ihe otiu r listeles, aud whenever  All now i- Ht p.'jioH, andniiuiub-tv, r; by (ur, 'iisuallv latc tliis scasoii, aiul wiuds ..f fwl ,,f fh<-> Hr<t wlnutln ft-Mni for gucsts, dcconitioiis, ctc. Her(> von ron<-h a point lhai i.> not plain-  is th.-bi.,w ..nh. i,am.,,,r, u,. sunnd.^.i bar;.^. . . , ... at tne toot oi int nisL wnisiit iioni . '' > ; - . j  n,e n,nruribMor^'candi;»KiKanar,}uikns8 iroui this poiiit ot tlic (•omi)ass Will , o I ejected and there were inin-led tile I lilted ly < omprehemle(i, you rest, antJ  1 ¡ñau, (trto iR-art/K'KKi fvi- fi'o.sts wiiicli may di) gi'<'at (^.(jijc^^ . States ati(l the T<'Xas llag. while ne\cr 1e,n <' the suh|ert until it is  damage to <'orn and other ^ ¡»s w^! juake «■•ood leaders for the walls were ornamented with inteliigt ntly giaspcd by your  Fourth, .Taiiiuiry, Februarv and ¡ emblematic (U'signs and hanneis. judgeuK ni. In otiu r words you  : March have been uuusually cold,! Thev have been haviu"- heavv immediate-rear Asas the haxc probed the ambiguous until  I which have caused a large t-'^^ra ' jjj^j ^^ far as lean handsome pieiuic of our it is dfmonsfrat( <1 to be ti ue.  1 consutnpiion of forage touring i <'verv direction, rail- fútate caj)iio! building, admit- How .-ciisiMe is tliis l ule of  ! these months; prolonged feeding | .'j<'<'ount of tcdly the most superb in the conn- stinlx. and how ju-olitai»kV it is to  I in the spring,and retarde^ growth ' Ü^ rtv\ rainiall. The farmin^ ^^'y- On either sitie of this were tho.'-e who ha\c tlie gtiod si-ust to  ' of grass so late that stock <^annot' more or less,, ¡)ortraiís td" (ieii. Sam adhere io ii si i ledy.  Houston, the hero of San Jacinto. '1 lu' bt-t .Ncho];i i s I Inne evtr  I>anncrs irom <> to .S tVet in i-i/e of hk t foi" ¡»i .¡ctieal intcJiigenre. were  the Texas State with hand.'»iome th ose nu n a nd women who did  designs were hung on se\ eral iioi iioast of lia\ing scanned their  mana<''e. The race Tluise r« ad : "XN'r.L' n'vii: hundí ( .Is (d'x iilii;¡ie>> to very little  troyed such Vast areas of pasture jg ecrn. cotton, f-iass and weeds. Texas."and " Tkxa.s (íki;i:ts iilk purpose. They could intelligently  be turned out as early as usual ^^ what extent will develop k::::^::::.;'^':^ togettheirUvingon the i.asture.¡,ui, tie state of the weather tar-\vi;ii all trtidi. ui bu'/t<; an.i all 5<>rts Tiíth, the frcqucnt aiid hcavy falls j'head Tiioy hnvo nli'"ad\'  ' ...............■ of snow on the gn.it western plains ; in the ground all, if not mòre,  1 is nl-w) a ii^-w.• il':'<• ra.lrd Nivv--  ■W I'i.'li ¡:,-vrr ai'r.iid In j Nj ri--,- r, rrrr^ 'I\\u dir. :> Uicrr nn—the and Ui'iK/t'-r.  ;... h tr\ i ijiian  even as far south as Texas, des-'^j.^^ llle^■ can  (A'.  a; :h Pu,. V/,,,/.,  or-7  to starvc^iliions of cattle and: San...iacM,f o <lay was duly ob-  An Lsshilenpon :h..yar. «¿t'-om- -"^lieep. TlliS will ICSSCII muttou. ^ WaeO College StU-  Mn.d, ' ■ wool and beef gi^atly, atid will still j],,. and the l.aii-  worse lessen the crop of lambs and ^.(„nplimented. It  ^calves. Mitny ewes-andco^-sthat ^^ ^^ contemplate that soon „„,r. v^,• n.-arr-fins pmud, , survivcd the wiiitcr havc droppcd licrocs that now I'KM t  . their offspring either dead, or m vean^ win change ft,r other and  sucha weak state that matiy could , „jj^re enduring grounds on whi. h  r fViIs ra;iL'a(--—H nornious in ij^t fO£ they COUld Hot  la .lì-: WiTi-xi^ tin-y'ri' id tii? sarin-  nui'1.  1 \\iid lifli- niuetan.iT tias pom- far away,,— \  I i' Wn.i n.  offspring. Sixth, both pasture and; ,  irST THTlflAT AND SPTN. ^rr.;^:n.— . ' ' ^ i 1  DISEASES or THÏ CHEST, THEOAT AKD SEIN.  M. A . K K' ! i:(.l, I r  spooN'rs cV- i;i:(; K'Fr.  tloni' i/s-at-J.dic, Oilicc Oil Oak sr. APJÎ^KNE. : : TEXAS.  S. IMfAUDWR'K!:.  ATTORKEY-AT-LAW  ]-'(,r inuM lK-art- imn, his |.uJs<» is of eti-Bín;  •svi ;!'!l> onuunl bi' tb i s a'0114 li.t- Bti,-<-l trark.. VS'i'Ji dl'lN I r iiirafiftnti bcilul; Iíií- bat'k ; Hi- rr f\-i is bini " :tií i ' :.. nnd w^tii w.uidj .\udhv v'nl\ < an 1-1! ù !jii-ii dc's liir in^-t^.ind.  ¡h- if-i".-kícks ba-k.MiMl ill;,':. )i •''-a snorb-  i.fN-r drink- n,,\ ih :;„• r i'lan  no more. ' i  left home for lieart's ease, and hay may be light this season con- j assun'von that this being wat. r tinning the necessity for feeding ,,,  daring the summer. Seventh, "the potat^.and other crojKS may be tl.espan of titty miles become,- an  inipa^sable gu'f some'imes. iiiat opjiosite side of i li  I 'I-  •i !;\ A  AlilMlVK.  A . T l'A r'l oN ; i. M »..: I -I.. MX  llAiri'SOOK A PA'n'O.X.  .1 'frriK :is-il ÌC,  AT;TI.y:XK. :: :: TKVAS.  I ! > r, I ¡. I  f'//.iS. i. / I I vs.  A T T o R N E Y - A T L A W  Hl^ is -M  1 lihl u ■■ -I nr. • !:.  II'l;.' ; \-,(¡ '..l s.ii 'h ! ^ «■• tii" ¡1..'-; 1.1 ii.  I ..nie v\ nrd  Ai ;í> !!■.■• r. r U r->:■:]  n :  I- our \ n-î b- rd-^ HÜ; Iii- ! i.- J. ; w !i •• .1 I.' ;  ^ -i:!!.!; - I « • : k Vi .  W.Tlil  .1:,;. and i .un^' wr  ; -k-;!' I Üd\ :i!  ni.'h! , ,-iik  Î an- ,  A• u' :  inditTeic:;t. íí.'íís reníb'iiji;^- the  cou! :rv short also in these i!ie  coiiiin;;' r.uiuniii. I'hiis. upon tiie whole, it stems to me that it will  Gr];sTS.''eic.  1 —Our Peerless Stale. 2—A Cottoli State, o—A \Vheat State. ■1—A Sugi'.r State. .") —A Tobacco Stati'.  A Fruit State. 7—A Live Stock State. <S—An Educatióii'd Slatr:' 9—A 3iining Stkté. " 10—A ]\Iannfactiiring State. I 1—A Ilealthful Stat(\ ]'J—A Supci'lil.\-set neried Sl.iie.  A Law andOrdcr Si;.te. On anothc!-banner, anil .in (he  ^lanil .--taiid  better fe.r t'ie  w,  aie  ; ridili :r  Í..'. "er-uid i^i'i.wn a- ll^-  (f aiwi  r.i;' il un ! il'- 1' \ MS l'a - . vul il' r. , A 'p' .-;iri- > ■ u x» .ii^  i 'M- i.r,  1  r  f  >u il iif. I d wiJ] j-ay  i ■-  IV 1'  ■t ,—  ¡,I1"W It —  >-  to (io .-.u to hold on to theii' farm products ofe\( IV kind which eie lii't ea..i'y il;i]na;4L'(l or perishable for an advance, ii, ])¡ii;e. v, iii<'li will be gre.Iter oi' a,-i-oiding to the s<\Tson and ha^A fst abroad. 1 mailt there is risk in this, but wlien on" oliliged to sell hi.-« prodiK.ts at a lower price lhaii the così of  .■separates i;s fi<i;ii ixur ¡o\eil one .\TM:,I:M; AIÌKOAD.  FrofBi IliimiK'N COiiiii ^ .  coi)\ii:(e nny one ihongh, that, tlu> 1;;:<1 I'.astciitl eMiv subject that they had eho-ícn, as their helps in the bcsl (-diicated < ircle:'..  1 heg ol' \ Oil Io l.uy no books that you ^^i!l no. con.-ider necet-sary.and that will not eomuicnd y(»nr taste \sith those [)ronounced I'Judg^s. waBt tóe and lady who visit you to judge yoU by your lii»r;n-y. in part. It may appear a little strange to some thai oiu's library sh(uild be made an index to t he he/.d and heart. r.nt levt . ssurrd that (he ad\¡ce will 1 c.ir v.atchin-'.  I am L;l;id to lo ar that mmi ha\'e  v^eI■e the following i¡is(d':pi;in:is, and which were read with womUr- so inin h ;',,)od jiiduincnt. my dear  Stjuare  ■ . .11 11 ai and I \\ • 1 If il ou Itii' truth a! d adMbt/  1 w ' ii ;d 1'. ¡•-'•i:\r\MU. i !' b.- Uuvl I P' riiM ; ^ t i I f n 1 it) Ilim, he is belter justilied  rin such actions.  I«-  .  vt:rfi\ h» ■ ;;» I  ■ i W bell it ir si-t-n  er^ud .\i,ili'n>'  Wiil líu'siiiosí» Kevive?  Ill, lì'  The Síícaíl Slsot'i».  The Tc.rofi Co cbci/ sa\' that no  {'<)ìitci,t. Ajii il jr>. l .^s.-,.  l j)l ! "/ls eF ilIK NKAV;-: —lA-erythinu'' is li\e';.- t.'-d:iy.  T;i(> ^liifj >ni'' Foilgc iiioved  v<'sTer('ay troni .\iok:i. wherc it ,had beeii foi-mt-i ly h( ìi!. lo < "on-tent. It niet vhist i,i;^ht in our town l'or the ti' st lime.  Thei'e aì'c sexcial nev; 1 nìMing-' going up in tliis place. AN'e are to ha\'e a new li\ ery and ieed stallie erctcd soon.  \"ou staTetl in \ oni- I;ist i>s;;< ,  (■(H i C:-I>ti!lll!li;j  1!, A. ruKTi-;!  Attúr.iey-at-Lav^-,  ARlldAi:.  ii' prad ire in : !i<- I r; r 'i'ayltir anil .hììdìni¡^l'' '-ih::'! - -■ Í ' >'ì- r. . -  .ì K (. ■ <c K ¡;i.ld  n \ ; ; ; d 1 I  Cockiril tVTiih'tt.  A ttfH'Hi'*js-itt-n tr.  <)riicf> up ^•ai^^, \^■r¡-?.■i' i^ì.; .'i', .-.  l'ine Strut. : : Ai'iit)i( 'l'i.t its.  THOMAS JAMES FINh'IE,  A'rrOiiKY-AT-i.A\V.  SoUiry ]*u/ilic and Court ijancry.  Î  Fr-'in l>f-riiori t.lMiiza/iin'.  Trices throughoi.t the world ív-,-o iuími have : de same idea oí' through mistake. I snppo-e. that I'eiiitinne to f-;hrink'. aiid as a eun- what constitvites aii ideal sheep; there were only tvso sti-res in Colise.¡neiice there is (listre¡?.s inali íí'the faitnrr.'í of any ncighboi- tent \\ hile there ai'c foni',  l l.X As. the markets of the v, orld. It i.-^ a hood would aiioj.t a sc;ru> ot jMiints, We had a glorious rain on the  "iri- of iosing business to ;]iroduee on a aiid all breed tor : hat itvvonld have IÍH h inst.. the heaviest I have seen  falling market, ami hence enter- a'bencticial inlbu nee on the high- in six yt ars.  prise is elKH'ked, nionev accumu- et^evelo]>ment of our ilocks. Our i The [iro^pei't for crops is goot;.  laies in tlie tinaiK'ii^l ('cnter.'J un- ..'|>níemporary is pei'fectly right in I^dl wheat is in the Uoom, and I  used, and jiroduetioti is at a stand- tfle idea it advances. Tot) little think that we can insure an a\ei-  ^iill. One cause ot' this state of attention is ])nid to shee p in the age of thirty liushels ju-r acre.  affairs, as we have repeatedly ex-' wày of material imiiroveintdit. The j^;tiging from the ¡iresent omhxdv.  plained, is the disciirding id" silver idj»a whitdi sf cms to ¡)re\ai¡ to a (;rass is as tine hert» as I ever  in m'di.'iuring values.: (¡old is prac- certain extent is tliat ilie size and ^^aw at this season of ihc year, and  tical'y the sole unit, duid it has to ' bri-eding of the sheet) is of but stock is doing well.  do a double iluty at. n time when m^or iniiuirtance. dust jiick. up A party <if seven from our town  th(-g(d(l jiroduetion-of the worbl smallest and scabbiest liock attendtd the 0<ld Fcllov.'s ccU-  is fallini: ofí". Thi.s has affected {»ri- \ can. and tun. them out,on tiie hrat.ou "at iiunm Is on the L'.jth.  " * • ^ 2 ft  :,M,huy ees all over the globe, in barbarous raöge and at shearing time if they and th^y repon a pleasant time.  D.W. II.  as in i:nro{ie and Noi tii America. yoÉ have been fondly expecting, ;  aluK^e V ou can, ■  by thousands as.semblcd : TEXAS. First in Area--.inM..').")() .MÜ.S.  First in Cotton I^iimIik 1 ion—1  I."'.(i..(hMi Hah s. First in Li\ c Stock - 1 L',(HH)./'00  II. ad.  First in Timber - bi.OdO.tXM) Acres First in .Mineral Area - iJ.nnO.-W(i(( Sijuaif Miles.  f irst in Schoo, Fund -■^IbO.OOO.-liiiO.  First in Low Taxation —I'd ets. en -^ino.  Fifth in Failroad  wl'i) ^ílies.  S«\ciith in i\t])ulaiion—:.'.■)<!<),- \ our cakfs and  dau;iiitcr, in '_;ain!>¡.¡ii,L: vour with ,\our own j);iinfing¡^, and iti.it t acii >u:>i«ct must have  lor the  .Mso vour  ntne.-,h place lb si'^ut d foi" it.  dear fnciid, ."\iiss L-----, sa.\ s tiiat.  } our emlii oideiy m.dkes \ our house look ,--0 ;m rh that one ne\(r tires mlmiiing what ctfect a corrcci jud^UKiit will do for dilîej-cii'. apat tmeiits. Th.'y iii^i-^t th;i( tiie mos? genrd'ally ne;^)ected place in  most of t lie hidisc,-«.  with ,\ou, one thnt !;ive to lin-er ¡n ;¡: _\our taille. 'feil yoi:r pa¡';: < an  ie.-  ICailrouds iliistliii;;.  and  Will pra< ti( " in di^iii-i < -)iil'tof íipJM'als ;ii Au-;::. \\i:i.i:,-  ^ .01! lam! li^c t. . k ua . oiuun-^ ^^^^^^ e<iuntries as well fíiil to jiroduce the amount of wotd ^  <»<H) Sou!>. Atiicd. d( .i  Another <Mpi sit<dy ornaimnd-ed bannt r (d'Idne and sÜk. w ere oLi/.oned tortii some astounding facts as tollo WS :  'JUE I.O.N E STAI: SI A IE.  A ^^'hcat Reg.ou si/,e (d" Ohio State.  A Cotton }>clt si/.e of Mississip- {p^.wnu rMM.: j)i State.  A Minerai Fitdd si/e sylvania State,  A Timix red .Vreasi/.e ot ^Mas.^a-ehn,-( t!s State.  A l^ugar Section size of Louisiana State.  A Grazing Cround .si.'.e of Ken-tuck v State.  tlie kilehen i> \'iar t l i en db > tiny sit at t^-cm ail tliat a.-- mech tor  cinidi en. !•" Hi.i:.  lid-  The following railioads are i 1 i i  The < i lilt. Colorrvbì .^'anta I l"i oni i,ainpa>as ;.¡ t he (iiret tioii ot A.'ideiM ; ;i:/d ;i;j t \|t n--Lori from  ■iglM een ini]«  (d' Fcnn- Montjon.e  r\- é.i■ t  Í ' In !'of "s n Noi l hern.  L. A 1)1M)0 1\. Therew ili'b( no change for the gi vàe them ali the abu.se you can, • The iegÌHÌature provided for AT'1()1:m:\-.\ l -i. \ w. better until silver is rehabilitated ani Iu^bli^h to the worid ihat therc summer noi uial sdiooLs tlii^^ suin- la State.  =. - - - as a iinint-yinetii]. aiiilnegotiations Jsi|0 nH>ney in the sh(-ep industry. nier and ne^t, Snperintendeut  file lutei naìio'l < tica  The X.iPT'ow (ialine ¡(i;id troul Tyler \ ia Alto is brin;; t .\lt-nded .southea.-t to a corinection with F.remon'.-^ Sht < ¡)o: ; cX ilou;«ton railroad.  fîrcmoiid's N'.iirew C.'iu;.'e A Tobacco Area .size of \"ir-in- shre\e[)ort Ä Houston ruad wiil  bf conipleied lYorn iNa< t^,i;d(.'Chet, to Shre\ eport !i\- July ?ie\t.  jgif^Will pracìi» e in iIm' < diuity. iict ami other « ourfs of tin- smrc.  I),  are now jiendin;  ■r beTweeii (îerma- Thè wav to leniedv this is to se- desire.s api>licatioii for tlieir ^unset Cox, the gifted orator, 'I hr. Fort ^Vorth I x-i, ver City  Italv. the  United lecC your tìock with' care, and location. Each .-^enatorial distnct versatile scholar and raey writer, road is ¡msh'ng t A(r:r;.->i\ milts  d!e a.-.  X r ▼.1 y} Y  KJ. A k A AV AiA'AAiAl AiT^,  It, —----  Vtnies, and several inlnt.r nations. ad(^)t a standard which should bo gets one white institute, and each who is appointed miui.sfer to Con- noMhwe^i, to the Fanhaijd o brim^ tliis desinibie state of rigiilly bred to. introduce impro- eongressionaJ discrict a colored stantin^ple is juf^t sixty, F>esides ra.nidly as possible.  ¿au^Ian^t Live-.^íock Affissi I  I. A P. i;. i; i  iiy, France., Stni  to lirinj^- ^ .  things about. It will be a iiapi^y vetf'blood, and take care of your institulti. This is one of the wi.se his large experience in congress. The Marshall & Northwestern  day''for mankind when bi-met;d- ilocj^is it deserves, and there will things to be credited to our nine- he is a veteran traveler in the oltl road will soon have its ^rsl ten  ism wiil be re-establi^hed, for tlien be k very gratifying and lucrative iteuih.—AmtU Countg Tines. worki. Thirty years ago Mr. Cox miles north from Marshall laid  " had some diplomatic experience as with steel rails.  piiees will advance, trade will be ; chal^ge_ take place. There is | ^^^ ^^^^^  stimulated, and the laboring class | moiib* in any business when suff- ' pieVed'Ld'^furnigredf "rer Vie"^' : »^crefary of legation in Peru. He Charles (roodnightrof the  untries would be employ- crei to drag along without being school building will be the most ^^^lioan, but has made Ne^r panhandle, haa \hf- largec^t  remnnerat!\e wa-es '-j'nmcüüus^ in thfc s'hU. York his homfe ^Af ^^íondeñ ratrif in ihp Ftat^  1 iil^o ufTt'nr-^ i^r  ofaìì e<  e !   

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