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   Abilene Taylor County News (Newspaper) - May 29, 1885, Abilene, Texas                                 m Tffli 1 u  A Weetíj Nevsp^er-DtrvM te ^ SM-niiisg, Agrieoiìanì, Mia^, SàvestÌM^ Mtâ t^tí bAanlm fl f^pltr Ttnü.  --... ■ ------ -------------------------------------------, , - ■— I n ■ I ■ „1— ,É I—.I—....—.-..I, 1 .. ...............^«i -tiiibi M, ...........■■■ii ■ ■ iiii iw ■ ■»II.-h^'ñ I.. -*  VOLUME 1.  ABILEKl; TAYLOR ÖOJJWrY, TEXAS, WfODA'Y, MAY 1885.  NUMBER 11  SUB^imOM MfES.  One copy thnee montbi. »0 cents.  One copy au^ year,  Monkmrn RATES.  R^rular advertisements, 50 oentg per inch per month, column measurement.  Transient ad^ e^ti8ement«, $1 per inch per month.  Legal advertSsemeRtfi. SI p^r inch.  Local bu8lneii8b notU+fs. lu cents per , , ... . .u. .i »i __  llnetHeiirstwf^eLatKl 5 ceats p^r line ; -f'^«■P ^^ ^ ,  for euTh additional week. i , murmur thu« o'er day« long ^t andfl^.  Pn^88ionalcards, on tlrPt page, per »"^''t hevebeeu-vam. ull^ words; and yet  Tbe €Mme Drink.  Th« fitàttie »f Te^as.  The late Dr. Hollaod speaks  these forcible words thrftug-h . .. ^^ u # a  Scribner. Mo»ms : "Tbe appetite ^-mrersK^ ot the ^Wo of 8«b  dbicago H«nad, April ».  Texas c^ebratad yfesterday the^  IT HIGHT HAT£ Bi:£3i.  rear.  By mortal lip« no 9sd<ler can be said  Ha^ pa^e and pa^ advertisempnts ^^ ^^^ b»^n-.ind now it is no more, Will Uave 8peeSal terms given on applu a-tlon. ■__  J ^jm —--'---------- ^ -■-  ^rofetitiioital Cardn,  The dream of lifo Uiai opt*iie<l out go fai»; Whi'n skie«, one« cioDrllH.íí). slowly shadefl o'er. And Hopt''a bi-ii^ht futurt- meltMl into air.  for strong driuk iu niau has spoiled the life of more woniei»—ruined more hopes for tUem, brought them more sorrow, shame aud  Jacinto, whieli re«a]ted in its freedom. Ui^ike the other states in the Amcirioan Union» Texas ^ a history of its own, separate aim dis-  , , ,. M .lu x tiuct. Its Aeres hare been pecu-  hardsbips than any other eril that , . - ji a  ^^ own, a»d its ^depend-  deuce aiwJ is associated not with  the TaloroQS deeds of the revoln-  Í  t. M . jfeiBEU., M. D.  & ISBHIjIJ,  PHfSICIANS & SURGEONS.  Ofaceîn Rear of ( artir'i? Druir«tore. ABltKKK ,.....TKXA.S.  lives. Tlie country numbers tea, nay, hui^'dred« of thousands of women who are. widows to-day, and, . , . ^ -.u v.  ' • 1 , ^ I toomey &tbers, bnt with the hero-  who sit m their hopeless weeds;. / - ^ #•  It might i^veb^u^ Perchan^ ou^ives iet siipj because thdi^ husbauds have been i^® ^^^ r I  ..... —... ■ , • rri. eign foe. Besides being the largest  slam by strong drink1> There are . ,, -rr • . - ^x. i  , , , .^f , . , stat€intiie Union, it i« tiie only  hundreds of thousands of homes; ,, , , . , • j  .. J ' 1 1 • 1 one whaeh was absolotelyindepen-  scattered over the land, in which  To mHÊU  Lata DxLMOn ia Texas Farra ittdiBsaeà  Girls, do you realise what à deb* of  The fatal word that bronpht ub all the ill j>o. RODMAN-, M . D. ^ The brimming onp just Iin<'<l to the lip.  Scattered to e»rth, our hand no mort- can fill.  It mijrht h\ive been, but for tlftkt rruel word That wroviVht such anguish pant all I.ove'a repair:  It mifriU have feeea, if only we ha<1 he^ird The warAinii voioc, w save U8 froin despair.  lives lives oftorture, going through , ,, ^ . u  ,, ,, . c m- ' .»1 . recognised bv foreign powers be-  all the (ihanges of suflFering that I . ' ^ < t* *  dent with a governmenl of its own  rers before it beeame a state. Its past  D8S. ('\Hltl\ai).\ & FIELD  Office ovrr Cameron 's Bank. «  JLBILKNK.  Tb? Fron ' Never" ' bnuj^s not half such pain As that whiih miirht hare been—but may not be  TKX.\S.  D. C. CHALMERS,  ^TTOnXEY - .iT . I..4 W  --and--  LANDACENT.  (Oj^rc, ./.;.< JS" L(,<j'f' H^'l'i'nq.) Abilene.  lie between the extremes of feari, ^ •„ . . > ...  ; It miicht hare been—ft mifrhthaTé> been. In Tain ! , , . , ,, . | haS been lllUStnOUS, anu ItS lUtUre  I .««.„.d „..V »>"1 <-Bpa'r, because tbose whom ^^ ^^^  tliev love, lo¥e wine better than ^ _ ^ . . ^ ^ j,  ,, . Wlien Louisiana was ceded to  the women tijey have sworn i-o . . . ,  the United States the territory  love. There are women by thou- ^ow embraced in the state of Tex-  sands who dread to hear at the door ^j^p^t^ between Spain  the step that once thrilled them | ^^^^  with pleasure, because that step j occurred as a re-  Communicated.  IjOiter fro m a Father to his i'hildreii.  eettek no.  My Dear Children. — Your letter and beautiful present all i rame together, and 1 assure you,  has learned to reel under the in  sult of the contention. The re-  fluence of the seductive poison.; ^he country made it a  There are women groaning with , ^^^^^^ for the desperate and law-pain while We write these words,; ^^^ ^ ^afi^^^ ^^ pj.  . . . h^ive not opened Up j from bruises and brutalities inilict-^^^ headquarters on  , r^r V r V v ! appropn-j ed by husbands made mad with ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ Galveston  Ills. A. E. 4 F. BROW A, l.-^ted it to the uud.rs.gned, because drii^^^^ There can be no exagger-^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^  DENTISTS, i ^ i srtatemeiit in regard to i assumed control of  Com and Wheat I^Md«^  rrom OeroorAiit'» JCfflDthly for May.' Land suitable for growing ccsra love and gratitude you owe to your | increases in value ye^riy, and ii» parents t Do yoii ever stop and i much more desiinble to own than' think who it was that cared for you i wheat lands. Wlieat can be laisedi in your early childhood t They did ' on neaiiy all kinds of soil and in not do it from a sense of daty. Oh, ¡nearly every part of the earth, but no! If they had, you would have the United States has a practical missed inanj" pleasant wojrda and i monopoly of corn, as it has of cot-kind attentions. Do you try to do ton, hence in the itiarbet« of the all you can for the dear motfcer who worid it does not meet tbe same has always been doing somthiingj competition as wheat. Last year for you ! She has many cares and we raised 1,800,000,000 biisliels of  troubles you e^n lighten if you will try; many things you can do for her if you will stop and think. The day may come when you will be deprived of her, your best earthly friend. You will then know, but alas ! too late, too late, to regret all that she was and had been to you. And, ere it is too late, value her while you can. It is the "evety-day" girls to whom I am writing; bright, intelligent, practical fanners' girls. Make home pleasant for father and mother, and attractive for your brothers. Learn to live for others.  corn. If every bushel wad sold it would uet our farming cl^s, faking tbe ye«- througii, probably 40 cents a bushel; that is, over #700,-000,000; but this does not tell th«f whole story, for corn is fed t<i hogs and cattle and used in au^ii-facturee, and as pork, meal, w!li»--key, glucose, brings over two thousand million dollars in the markets of the country. It is, in fact, by far the most important of our agricultural products, graps and hay perhaps excepted. ^V'e harvested 512,000,000 bushels of  It will not only add to your girt-1 wheat last year, but it brought so  hood happiness, but make yooi bet. ter and nobler women.  No Time for Anything.  CSE NiTROl» OXIDE GAs.  OftJot over Wheeler*» dni^tore, on Norrh SecoDdSt., Abilene. Texaft. Teeth tiiied with care. Artifirial teeth made to oaler. and a lit guaranteed.  nK\TisTRy,  Dr. T. L. TAYLOR.  {Ojfirr <,r,-r ii'lh'u'.l Warr/iousf.)  Teeth Extracted Without Pain, WITHOUT DANCER!  You often meet with people who say. '' 1 ha\ e no lime for iuiything," when the (rouble is .thev do not  low a price, due to the competiiion of other countries, that our farmers suffered heavy losses, and le^« wheat but far more corn will be grown next year. Those who think of buying land for farming pui -; i)Oses would do well to see if it .s  of kindred spirits.  Dear children; to resume the - I subject ofiny lant, I will say that  GEO. H. HIGGINS, M. friendship  differ widely as to obligation that {R^idrnce. Si^rth Pine Rtrcft.) attaches to eacli. To liave a cas-  or-WEs sFEco-fi^x. liial aeqfiatateae©, and it does not  matter much how inanv we have  time as a reminder of my lovinir, (his matter, because no human im- territorv, and adventurers  thoughtful chiblrcn^-not so do 1| agination can create anything ' ^^^^^  esteem the letter. The present wor^-than the truth, and no pen is numbers. When the  wasanuctotthoughfiil^ o^ portraying the truth., ^^^^^ to number about really interested them,, any re^ an advance in value than if it is  the letter is the language of the Ihe sorrows and horrors of a wife ; ^^ offUource, anv purpose outside of; fitted onlv for the ..nail grain..  with a drunken Inisband, or a • ^^^ routine of business, thev' " "  mother with a son are as near the , ^^ ^^ nationality out of' would llnd time enough for it. Hie  realization pf a hell as can be territory. A provisional gov-reached in this world at least. The i ^^^^^^^^^ ^^^ g^^ Houston as  heart. The contents are the life-crumbs that feed and keep alive mutual existence—the tele^iraph  know how to use their tîmiC. If suitable for yrowiug corn, fur if it .s they had anything to do which : there is a far greater chance fur  Alter Oelfysbiirg.  shame, the indignation, the sorrow ^^^ ^^^^^^  andtliesenseofdisgiacefor ¡^ ^^^ ^^^^ ^^^ ^^^ g^jj  self and her children, the poverty, I ^^^ Mexi<'ans to  and not unfrequent^ the beggar,,  fear of violence, the.aingering, the;^^,^^^ „^er Santa Anna, invaded life-long straggle atid dispair ^^^^ masmcrml the garri-  countless women with dninken  ,son ofthe Alamo, ineludiugCrock-  MWSàSM OF THI CHEST, TIBOAT AKI? SKIK. our list, the (inestioii of most IhnBhands. are enongh-to mnke all ' „ • ,, ' t^,.. ;. m,  —— - — — - _ - . —----- - - ^ , ■ : (jj^ r>0"»\ 'f !. -lU ira > k, i <»u i «»i.-  fact is, that very many of our working men and business men have nothing to fall l.ack upon after ^^^^ Confederates,  After (he battle a( Gettysburg,  the labor of the day is over. In  : worn, weary and heartsore, were  rccrossing the Potomai; at Dusk,  read the newspaper, or seem to • read it ; but if 3 on ask them, after  were groaning, some were  Ji.m s POO NTS, K K.LKOiKTT  SPOOXTS Jc LKiiE'rr,  A tio mej/s-at-Lahe,  Otìire on Oak .St.  ABILE N?:, : : TKXAS.  importance is to keep all you have , women curse wine and, engage and make all vou can. This is a ' nniie<ily to oj.poKc it everywhere nice point, for many fail after a as the worst enemy of their sex."  short rrcogi'.ition, while others im-j>] ove. The older they become. A gi 'at many people do not cul-  the course of the evening the\  many  «•urging, while liie majority feittuo  es ent  ' into camp, cooked theii- frugal  tinning their advance they were ; that the Ariou has beat the Whal-" ^ met by the Texuns, April 21, is;]7.: Hp^^« ^t ibotball; or some j  at San Jacinto, and completely ! matter of equal importance.  they have iînished, what they to . ^pre«  , ■ 1- I * 11 buisieronslv riiiallv tl¡e^ wt-  been reading about, very possibly 1. , ^  t;uycant-r .'ou nol^îing. except  Texas Wool.  The 80<'ial resources of our  S. l\ HARbWItKE,  ATTORNEY-AT LAW  {Oßlcx ill the cuidi-hvuS'.)  Alili. EXE. — —  TEXAS.  A T eATTON. K K 1I.VKT>'>UK.  IIAHTSOOK k  Attovmyx-at-Laic, abiiene. :: :: texa.<.  € n.is^ I. fJJ A \s,  ATTORNEY-A T-L  ((Jftirc I'rer Vaiii^n ri't, Hank,  r.oston C'lTotxii rcial B.'. lPtin.  itivaie, much less seek either, Texas wool is the greatest sub-friends or ac( uaiiiiances, so it ^ ject (ifconver^ation and bids fair to •cannot be said that they ha^e. continue if not increase its popular-i wai ni ones of eiilicr class. Suchîitv. The dip is about three weeks i people possess (lie love of race, ! behind time owing to heavy raiiss. feebly perhaps is the reason. But Keports from Texas represent (lie take the man of a warm itnî)uIsi\ e st;îte as tiooded with buyers w'Ik» natinc. and his life is made up of | are offering 18tol9 cents for choice  overthrown. This celebrated  Texas a name and fame abi oad. 1 t^ev shcjuhl be. In our fashiojia-.  to sullen silence. All at once, J swelling melodiously through the  vi.'^fi^rv fT'ivA 1-11 I ♦ summer air, came a noble, resonnnt  M< tory gaN e t^jj^] yiija^^rtig ^rg ^ot what ' .  teimr voice singing "< ii \ e me a cot  The United States speedily recog-  ,, ^ . , , ; in the ^'alIev I loVe." 'i'he .-'»hiiers  ble waterino-- places thev ha^t  , w . .IV. iiwif.i^iitiiJoiii- rpniii. ■ 41 • r \n I bsteiieil ■v\ itli 1 ai)t II11>, and the deal"  , nized it as an inilei)en(ilent repuit- their costly casinos for athletic . '  ,, ,1 o irirtn+Ka flio 1 aoit .. i i • i » \isi(»n ()1 hi)ine turned the bittei -  lic, and in a tew montlis the lead- sports anil games, which are not,  4- . • ^ /li.l lil-iiwiaa .L • 1 1 • L^ t J.- r . UCSS ill tiU' 1' lieiirts to swectiicss  iiig nations ot hurope did likewise, ¡gtrutilv speaking, athletic-lor eat- , ,, , ,  I iw<r -^r ... In r>.i>on i • i" 'andix'acc. All iHasplu-niy,' auger  , In l.Sto. lexas ha\nig in the mean- ing and drinkHig, smoking and ,, , ,  ' • , , frvn rw?.r.it:tji'nti i ^ ii- I i. • I u , aud mint tci able aM^tii.Hh ceas^'d.  time a.i)iiue<l lor admission tidking, but it is only here and;, into the Ameri'-au Union, was for-; there that you tin<i in our suialler , ' mally ;i!Corj»orated as a state, and : towns a public library, and read-  e racing hell in  thebuiTovvedtireheextrarisfrom tìne wools of a year's ! „„t of this act grew (he war with ' ing-room, and lecture-hall, and ar^ i thei^'lm>s.,n,s. ami ^vhe^ the bul-  tiiose he cdines in C'iit ict w;rii. pSome transactiqns are reported 1847.S tliiat country : for general social in- l^id Itilled into aii eeln. w.g phu.i-  Just with the wi.man who/'ven 20 c-ents. St. Louis dealers 1 refnsed to'reeoonize thf* 'wholesome ainuse- tivelv awav it was rts if an -Mtj.'l  lif.w tiw. 'A niii.l tM,i1 I,nrT-.-iÉ are (iffi'riiiL'- 1-2 ('ent ('oininission to i . ' ^ . '' ' I ment. )>.(,! -imìì x M'ivi. r  loves Ufo; she would lind it baLieu are offering I ^2 cent commission to | of Texas  indeed, if she was shut out from tho.s.. inducncing consignments; tv rears the"-owth of  that social cleineni that goes to (o that city. !.-> 1-2 cents is offered ^exas was retarded bv wars and  makeup existence. Woman's na-! month's growth. Al:o- ^^^^ ^^^^^  more  than gcther indb;atious point to. last;  Pine $tr  fC  A I-i Irne. Ti xas,  impressible .uun ^v ..,.. — and a half it has made re-  Thev are said to possess , y cars pnoes. A superb lot ^^^^ ' strides. Its popiUation  stron;:er elements of attachment i 1<«).0(K) pounds c^f years S^'^^ tli; . ^^^^  JÍ. .4. PORTER.  Attorns/-at-La w.  - .and dependence, therefore much ¡Texas inwranteed up to sample,  was offered delivered in the station  i grown sur})risinglY, and another  telliirent immisiraiion. from the 1iiMioi linr I'/.tiinie f>ii(i « as o irerc (I u CJi v ereu J11 I lie s La uou , ^ » f  depends upon her coinntionsan.l,^^^ Boston at 29 cents this week. ' older states and from Europe has ; choice in her success through lite. ^  aBH-Hne. - - - 'ikxas. |To be successful require.'s a large j  Will ^r.'icrirp it) the Pistri'^t Tourts of j amount of self-di.scipline. Wants, i Taylorfcru! aUioiiiuiL'(••"iifiliii  i(ltfi.-r m tu-- (\.> .-iht.u^r.  1 IVii ¿3 II Ì \ K/'T\'' M . T Til illi (»•..mmit liei. I Mr. I evHiaiiQ 8 oemocracv. in ! .. . » ..  J £ C^'KIihM.L  A Xoble (iirl.  A young niiir.. in coinjìàiiy '^ ith .se\eral other gentlemen, caTed upon a young lady. Tier fa'licr was also prescüí'to assist i:ieuier-taining the guests. Ho èid not shui'e Iiis dau,¡liter's scruples against the use of spirituous drinks,  had passed ;ind toTirhed \a!iai:t men in '-■vith (ii^* heaiiti;^^ in i".-»  winjis. -  \ot CjÌo lo I'^xtreiiie'».  Ther  I'i.ius F!" r..; 1  e is tjc disposition nu>v beiii^ manifested by zealous ad\ o-( ates of refurmafory meaoui cs to push matters to extremes- In Ft. Worth and other places, perhaps,  Cockrell & Tillott,  jÍ tforneys-at-Laìr,  OfUce up iktairsi, \V'ri¡¿t(. ri I>iiüdiii:.r.  Cleveland's Demoerae;^'. ! <.ensus will find it well up towards , . .  - itlie front rank in the sisterhood < ^^^^ it is proposed to close tb 3 barber  I thoughts and desires should ever | . ciaco Teiepraph. 'ofstates. Its enormous area, the lady asked: shops and suppress the bi.otblack.s  - >be subservant to judgement, nei-1 Mr. Cleveland's democracy, in ^^ j^s soil aud climate, I " Didyou call upon me or papa f on Sunday. This is the usual zeal  n A nu.KTT. ther should be permitted to do; most particulars, is proving to be its man v natural advantages I if nothing else, com- of the new romert either to relig-  Pine iiireeU  Ahilcne Texan.  1V0IAS JAMES riNNIE,  ATTOKEY-AT-LA \V,  Xot^ry Pí'biic ami Cuiicajauvcr.  Will pradi'(' ii; lü-íri' t cciirts, and court of HppraU !íl Aiisjin. vn'lll also bay aiui'tieil !aJid,K.'-.d livi- .-tock on coiumib-sáon.  L. SEA B ROOK, attoknlv-AT-LAW,  ,violence to reason, if anything ^ of the purest sort, as is demonstra- it one of the imperial 00m-^ P^"«^ ^^^^^ " = , ion or morahiv, bat far overshoots  J should occur to give place tv) the I t^^d by; the disappoiiitmeuts ^^ I^irge i ^^ " the mark. Shaving and boot pol-  least doubt, she should ai»ide the many chijomc place seekers ; ^ ^ozen st^t^s, it prob-1 "Then wdl you plea.se not drink necessary adjuncts to  suecessfiil well a¡<peaMng on the day of rest, and as ijîuch a part of  niv  course sliould foil of results de-; cure a chance to suck government ^^ ^^^^ ^.jj ^^^ ^^^^  sired, then, and with great cau-j pap. All sore-heads whosademoc- i^^.^^gsed grandeur, tion, we may apply to a confeder-; racy consists in a hunt for place ate. If a married lady, let her as ! and patronage can be spared by a wife, lay her wants upon the al-1 the grand old party of Jefferson, tar of her husliand's heart—pro-1 Jackson aifd Polk. There are affair. It says that a certain man vided she has .fuade a worthy ! plenty of people w'ho will sustain ; in that town who had never adver-choice. If she should shrink from ! a pure democratic administration ! tised, was found dead under his this, tiien let her turn to that I of the government^ without the , counter, where he had been lying mother who cannot fail. If she : countenance and vote of those | for two days. He was accidentally  visitors."  brrVher"'"'^^''''"" whose pa^t^ adherence is meas-; discovered, by a small boy who  The fatherurged the guests to ^^ othcr .ietail of the drink and they were undeci.led. , ir it is noi done bv the An e^cbange ina neighbonngj The young lady added: ''Re- man h;.n-town cont^ins an account of a sadjmember, ifyou called un me, then .gelfmust do iUand the same Im ìi,-....... " "" 'joa lemonade, but if dpon '^jjg^^grense is committ^d. Thi^ la  papa, why, in that case,! hax e ^orse than puriianism~it is do wn-nothing to say." The wii>egliti^ea ^j^ht cant-oppesed to the spint were set aside with their contenta , t|,e fourth commandment aud  decided>v opposed t« the genius of  As is often the case, these cords I ^ theif claimed skill in stock- went in to get a dime changed. A«  untasted.  After leaving the hous^, one of, the age the party exclaimed r **That was  —' »■  Si^Wili praotic« in the County Di/s-j ^^^^ ^^^ sundered. Ko re- ing the cards, and thereby dishon- he had never advertised, people I the most effectual temperance lec-i Informiition Wanted,  rict and other courtji of the State.' ! i liable husbauti. no mother, fatiier i estly winning the spoils of a party | had forgotten where he was, a ! ^  J. T. BERRY <fe CO  GENEBAL—  f jRnd fJ VP-Stork ' Maker, who will help us keep poiutments^o ofiice-. He is care- The dty park of Shennan has ' and holds a grateful remeuibrance Wayne, Texa.s. and hi.st heard of at  Cjnuu ^ ^ ^^ fc^ecrets inviolate. • ful to ask about an 'applicant. Is been sold for debt. It brouglit of the lady who gracefully and res-; Big Springs. Any inff.rmation,  I he honestt Is he capable f 5one ^«..m The city will probably buy olutely gave him tonnderstaiid that i whether dead or alive, by Mrs. L.  others ue^d apply to him. it back. iJtr guests shouM not drink wine,' P. Montgomery. D-^'b.'« Texas-  Abo arfiit- for T. a P. R. R. Lhb«3í ' «fco loto in Ta) lor Co. auilAbücof, i  Adieu, dear children.  Father.  á   

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