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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 21 August 1885

TAYLOR COUNTY NEWS SUPPLEMENT NOV. 3 1893. Born Thursday morning Nov. : 2nd to Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Ward a son. Mrs. Sara Young will enter- tain the Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist church next Wednesday invit'd" '- S. Z. Williams of Buffafo Gap L ' ; was in Abilene yesterday on busi- The Ladies of the Baptist iness. church will give an Oyster Sup-1 Mr8. Willis ami her 8on jCJl. v v " p. "lg f Thursday md cmr C()llins aml wif w j N ov. 2.3. Place to be announced . d t . Trrit()rv last hereafter .summer moved back to Abilene Empty molasses barrels for this week. sale cheap by Mackeelun y & Hat die. tf See Mackechney & Hardie's Closing sale published in this pa- per to-day. LOST. One black horse branded circle T on right shoulder about 14 l-'2 hands high six years old. One brown mare branded SIS Will Douglass who has been n left thigh six years old. II I -li J cast on uusiness is expecieu norne Jmnds high. this week. Left home in Abilene Taylor Skip Sanders returned to Ab- coun...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 21 August 1885

& GIVE YOUR PASTOR A CHRISTMAS PRESENT For every CASH purchase of one dollar's worth of goods at our store we will allow 10 votes in our CHRISTMAS PRESENT CONTEST. The voting to close at 6:00 p.m. Dec. 23 1893. THE PRESENT WILL CONSIST OF A FINE OVERCOAT Made to order and valued at $75. and to be given to the w ! mm unra mm mm ii tilt As decided by the number of votes received. Buy your shoes of us and vote for your favorite preacher. A3k your friends to do so and assure them that they will get the best goods for the least money. Our goods are all marked in plain figures. You can see for yourself what the price is. No marking up in cypher to make room for a reduction and still get the full value. Straight Plain Methods are Best. Don't you know this is sol Try us. BROWN'S - SHOE - STORE.

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 21 August 1885

" A . 2rV. -: t I t It' --v- 2 - - " -- ----.--J'"- - -- J o I -Mil .S'j.lj. ?. tfl " S-J -JSTfrf -H ! ?.. & COMPANY. r . . t -" h Are opening up the largest and best stock of I-have ennnte to arrive about Aug; CLOTHING AND GENTS' FURNISHING m 00 )S r'jMOth a larg.Band complete stock o; 4 ; i (M '..: . J- . . r k)Oks and Ntationery r e fcS 5 f V B&- Jt Hr m '&& i it .3 fu r; ! Lr PA i 4 & f! p & -t' 1& a' y t fa ckoolbooks i " v! and STATIONERY To which the attention of the trade ! is" Specially invited. I p . CARTIfc i Pine Street Abilene THE TAYLOK COOSIT SK Z.OWIIV M:KL.Y li l:i!icnu ABILEKK. TKXA LOG&Li ITSWS KOTSS. Mr. Tnrner Rollins left for tbe noof ftti luof.iiifrlit.'a fifli -i ' east ou lastnifflit's trai a. D. F. White returned from hie trip east on Wednesday morn ing. Special rates given on lurjre advertisements iu the news until further notice. County court has open in ses- sion all of this week but will ad- journ to-morrow. Miss Harris a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 21 August 1885

nar 8& r .-it fs. -" ir. ft"" fe !? 3 it-. s uj. r . if. 3X1-5 -.. Ifij. 0 Fi le- if & s i - a-i - t:d .- 'rrT: is? n;.s5i? m HmgHmtf nttHfcJi JjTl -Vi M-t iif?' LrJti FPm-?fif'fL'1f 1 ; ' 'ootlwAtm pahmah mode j hunting a dais mckct. ii" ' P- - . f r- - . POSEionnr wn raBW&g?y . . s Hgfgipgg : MMMrril' . - TEXAS. mma bWJii . JBiro imfMitf fc - o i rnjuwimm&pKr-w .. -mS-am;. tMMtr-i.tM nmwMZ &C '" IkWHTCtCOMliMI At tit CtMtetf IM Ml MMI WHMtWIf. ertwii vtl. ! Iw tar rwi a wifT rrtiiitMi I naomeasi ensue thSMfeir- L- nrlBMlBHHHHlMn Or JUST A CAHTEr. O. O. YOBT. oa of J. M. Sawnr Chicago. r CHAFTK X-Coscisusu. Thk is Mr. Hemmingway stran- fjers; a member of my family" Mid Me. Parsons introducing Erastus. 'Ow do you do Mr. 'Emmingway" aid Mr. Jobber extending a red and rather fleshy hand; speaking deliberate- ly and with a slight accent upon the first and last word of each sentence ow do you do? Hi 'opo Hi see you welL" rastus assured him he was in good health and e...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 21 August 1885

t'f'i -VjJ-i!-J -AS' r f i i I a 1 J ;- r- 1 I -1 I 4T " I - "V V UKsSecs-t-o-i. "-" CiAsi""rr' L-ltl MlMgti-.W.t-MiijML ! Jl.Jt. Mi asWI I. IJtfcV - "I-V . "T -- "I - t -t 1 M. i- r - ' i - 'I i - JfWBB"iSBl tX - vnasBBsl Clsssssl - su IfatjH m 7 1 SVF&ZGS iH yj-aSf ..?-. &: . m-i v ;i ' t'.ns-? I : ?'- t?'. ti. vrvr.:L YtttMltBEftS. rit.. j '.;. w . k ! 1... goUiatmstorforit that no i u Betbt or Skdlnh. In anmben ttdplajs'cal itraatk it already staads IratiaMorooco. With the Arab ek efti it does not mix at all. Peoples j of 'this blood and langnaga spread t under different tribal names from Cape ! Bpartel to Nubia And the Egyptian ' Soudan.' They are in a rude but ener- jptic fashion traders farmers and shepherds and .hare against desperate ( odds gained a reputation for intelli- : gence and industry. It is a sign char- acteristic of FrencH rule.- that in Africa alone have the representatives of this most promising race the Kabyles de- clined in numbers. We say promising a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 21 August 1885

'- .' ;:.! ? t f ar&4ifcjfti r-m- j.J9'Niiaw .'- ui.-K6miJ-v.;;vitr39fti'!i't'rv'! t.Ua ak -i Tf-fc'-. c--. ddi iw mm i 'i " pii ' u -v IHHW0&;A9S&mJS' - ' . - mmxft&&ttttiv&zttJ8i :: ;z . . .t ggBagggffiaag . . vJvj&h m --I' .L-CEffl 5 s?i5S?g .-. &S "i"f S3 -TV &sn CTSIl 6- - j 5V :- Jt r ST t . SSiW v ds-i KfSSw . 't. - t - h V Pivrm fjVV: j :r - ?r i 'C'. T - AGi OverblIag. Wssbington Aug. 10. The re- cent general snny order fending officers back to their regiment af- ter a. period of four years on de- - tached (fluty is provoldhg mnch dia- cussidn among the officers in Washington. But two officers now on dnty here will be compelled to join their regiments afc once. They are Captains Gregory and Davis of Crcn.Sheridan8 staff service but he has been on detached duty for a number of years. -The offi- cers Trho favor the order say that favoritism is now ended that the officers will not be allowed to re main away from their commands ten or fifteen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 28 August 1885

mm B. C 1 jm ;-'r Jf e? E rj itr 1 4 liJ' it i- K Cfcttre Direct?. XnflOMerSraconx South. Rer.L IMBpMtor. fMMunceTay ww7 stll.:fOa?. wd 7: P-m. VW iMcttMCTeryThuMdJiy night. Sandsy 8cholt:S0.m. ' ' Baptist. Eev. Bennett Hatcher paj- tor. Preachingr every fjatlfrOO a.m.nd 7:30p.m. 8undy8efcoojt fc30 . hk. Prayer meeting WdMidy nlghtoat 7: 30 o'clock. Ckuwfc Oonfcr- enee alter prayer meeting Wedneadar following the fourth Sunday in each month. Xadics'AId Society meets ev- ery Friday evening at 4 o'clock- Episcopal. Church .of the Heavenly Beat; services every Sunday by Rev. Geo. H. Higgina on the first and third Sundav of each month: lay je0" second and fourth Sunday. Hours 11 : 00 a. m. and 8 : 00 p. m. Sunday-school ev- ery Sunday at3 :00 p.m. CnRLSTtAX. Services every 2nd and 4th Lord's lay at the Labor league Hall. Elder V. I. Stinnan preacher in charge. Pkjkbyteiiiaxs Dr. E. P. Miner pastor. Services 2d and 4th Sabbaths in each month t all o'clock a. m. and 8:.-W S. m. at the Nor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 28 August 1885

--"J T .!- t'- I 1 -!.r :Tf "- ! lajMi- 1 .. . ( W i-.y vi j I jwrV ' I ' 11 v.-.3.r'f J .. .v?'" ' 14" i- Jt i&Whvi - issaftri r4 tfk i WTiTlOBCOOmKIfS. lOWKT HsBCLY FdUA ABILENE TEXAS. NfcWS AND NOTES. Qcrxxir Victoria and the Frlnoe of Wales started on tha 21ft for Norway. IT U estimated that 40000 persons visit- ed the tomb of General Grant at Riverside Park on the 16th. Thc Peruvian Government troops occu- pying Canta were attacked recently and defeated by a large force of rebels. Th King of Spain is in high dudgeon against Germany. Ho has resigned the honorary Colonelcy of a Uhlan regi- ment. GovxRXon Hoadly and Lieutenant- Governor Warwick wore renominated by acclamation by the Ohio D mocrata on the 20th. - a Die Reichaiid soli survivor of the Ger- man'internatlonal exploring expedition was killed in a fight with the natlvo3 of Zanzibar. Tnx Cleveland strikers have decided by an overwhelming vote to hold out for the scale fixed by the Amalgamated As- sociation. Batlis W. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 28 August 1885

rawgf t: "" 'f; IP r ?TS?--fc- Vew-W' - . -tsvjri ii S55S??TO5 1 i ' 1 i ai(w" aaaav f3taaaav ' eaaKaBaaas VHsaaaV 'HUHnnrBa 1 1 wmmmtmtmmmmmmmmm 1 ri 1 4 i w m.- auw; i i nr-vr -ay.m. jt-j- ' IP Mm C0DMMW8. WOr-s. t XBBLT Fa'felbkM. TElXAS. i -".. A NEW TUNE. fc cnabal! beat the drum! fee deep bassoon! JrtaA lfcati wueaninm bss conic Organ man Has jrot a brand New tune! rSSJVjoIetV' Tb Mulllgun Guards" r!7!2 bore !' as before f Batmen ' The crank ' ' Grinds out that splen- Did air! ;TJ Troratore!" "Captain Jinks." Ho play and "Gentle Spring Then as my Jaded spirit sinks 1 Why man. He's got A spike and span New thing! "t thrills my soul nrlth rapturous bliss That tune unknown to inc I tell ' Thee friend TIs a sweet met- Ody. Then sound the cymbal! beat the drum! t- Toot! toot the deepbawoon! . Jjan t lev amazement strike you dumb Just because He went 'Gainst all the laws Of precedent tEhatiand- Orpan man And got a hrand New tune. SomcrviUc Journal. SCIENTIFIC BURGLARY. IHow the Prof...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 28 August 1885

?S$SSSfcS88mi SS5 Kf w T Ti.a 1': 2 "" k i 1 1 w $- A '-W ij 4 ii -n:. j-f jt j T XU'U 1 It - - ill (-!rfr 4 & v M :1. H r W r & IftU ? J"1 iji i.- :z -? cowtt mws. TEXA8. Jutor A. Iwry Itfltr. FRIDAY AUGUST 98 1881. $ " i - A fire at Texarkana last week destroyed two of. the finest- buai- 'seas blocks in tbe city. A. F. Cook was' instanly killed by lightning in Hamilton county last Friday. ' W. P. Martin a bar-tender at Colorado City committed suicide last week by shooting himself through the heart. Baird is geltiDg along nicely. Heir courthouse is linished and their school building is finished and work will be commenced soon on a Presbyterian church. iff ' .4- wsr T U i " - We Have Moved! We have moved in the Bock Building former- ry occupied by. MoBirs. Goldberg & Co. where we are better prepared to show our stock of Dry Goods; Clothing Millinery &c than we have ever been. Please call and see our stock and prices before buying. BOLLINS&YOUSG. Of . - -S ir f- r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 28 August 1885

f bhpe g --f' s.-.pz i Ja.-ia?Jt.-r.ri -a- ' rs5?ff jr ispj..jm AjRrBHHiaBww i i 11 i mim i hiw hiwwi in m i i m i s . rs? : nva BVHr:T.vu?.m?''imifBiwnBn!MKi'7T .; 1 IB i' li PI I 'i m ' I I ' ' I i I I I' P it i Hi I In I i h i r I i i I I ii Ml. 111 ii I . ! Jl w I HI III .MM.M Hill IHI I n H ' i M n I ( i I II I I i i lii.-J' -' fjr i '. r "tVfIfrFTSKKRSSf'K m li U . M !u f I' - A 'A 4 l- io 51 .1 .Tuesday September 1st. ?: If yon need anything in the line of PiU SCHOOL ? And School Supplies yon will find the Largest and Most Complete Stock and the LOWEST PRICES in Abilene at t. . cam rs Pine Street Abilene Texas. ;V Slates 5c to 50c each. ffffl TAVTilD PraiVPV iP15lTlie city conncU has favorably un xniJJUJi uuuiiii Dn unconsidered Mr. Grosscnp's propo LOWB1T A NEELT raMUfceiv. ABILENE. TEXAS. ADVERtlflERS' DIRECTORY. DRY GOODS. Rollins ft Toting Pise Street. Bob Irvine Pine Street. A. X. Bledsoe Oak Strett. J. 8. Taylor A Co. No. M Plae 8 tree t. E. W. watton. Chestnut Street. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 28 August 1885

r.. '1r ;r : "- t!T ' P-T . h-;is"-j.rv"rx'in t I 5"i V BS? sfirH L i K: sra .ivrm nriTTMnr mwn -MaA Bipi IAILUH LUU1UI HMS. dt T - UIWIT A XMCLT. PaTbliikM. rSMBMBt Hf ! ABILENE - - TEXAS. a.'i j i . ; . - s u COVPkCM Driven From Sea to Sci; OrJUBT A CAMPDT. Hfc. iO. . rnufmBrtaiaiaoirr J. IDownr o Oa PnusuEM Cbxcaoo. CHAPTER XL CJOKTiKumn. It may & too that a knowledge that a betrayal of inch confidences generally met a punishment as swift as it was se- rere had a restraining influence upon those who were by naturo bad- Be these things as they may those who are. themselves free from guile ever were rd ever will be slow to suspect evil of othors and consequently ready to receive and treat as friends all who have the outward appearance of respect- ability and goodness. And what com- pany of young ladies ever failed to look with favor more or less skillfully con- cealed upon the entrance into their cir- cle of a young gentleman whose appear- ance gave promise that ho would at lea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 28 August 1885

JMd ?IBR ?nfFSr 'r-- t --j - 11 ;& Qfl ? iP"- M Hssfi 5i?TP147 .-7- "O .. "J. VSi-l ?T V V? i&Hrlii fspwsw5 rS'&--- WW K u mt. N f N. "t Iff C'f -I ROUKCD BY THE PRESIDENT. ike rscit iacifeate in tka Pr-idwt'. xpiwiM wUk tfa U- oeirew of kis owm party teeas Ass fax to kaVe eeeaped obMrrftttan and report in WMhingtom. It to an imtowitiag oat m tbe correcpon(leno6giTen below and about the authenticity of which no question need be asked will show. When the President made the appoint- ment of the Judge referred to whose same can not be mentioned he did it upon recommendation. He"ls extremely autious and has disregarded a good many well-signed petitions his ex- perience hanng taught him that it would be possible almost to get a list of good1 signatures to a petition to hang the best man in the best city in Christen- dom. The indorsement of the appli- cant for the Judgeship referred to in this correspondence was unusually large and was described as extremely honorable. It was ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 28 August 1885

M7! M I "' K f . . - . m"a-' l-:- ! ! fU-'T" 111 - ' K-'.."i "!: ... - v pH. B. pdLK : ; . 7 M. . AMBETH DsULMtnr ' OTA3IOKERY LAND AGENT NOTARY PUBLIC OIGAB8. TOBACCOS; . ' NORTH FIRST STREET. ! mmrmT-rW'jm.'ffr 3 j " - RHiTiLi rjr?Zl IBni1'HlHr .ftV.BSB iN ?? Hi!-: att-t J': fig? AKLW1. - V 'TBCUL .lufs. xr; sc? - && w &J cs:-?. frh. BTS ip? la r '.J"L Sdt J-J r-t- i.i-r- M l& 9 r tSkK trustee' sale. tmmvwk dy of Jtaefc A.B. 1B8& S. D. Harrington f tft wfrofTftYJor8taicor''Texaf. aMt teiitUTendtoae m toasteeato mr- UiM deed In trust conveying -jobm let 9.ffteen (15) In Block No. four (4) la tfce city of Abilene and a part of lot Ho. three (3) in block No. one hundred and eerenty-nine (179) in said city of Abilene being one and sixty-two one-hundredth acre oat of said lot and being the aame part thereof which was conveyed by J. T. andX. G. Berry to Chi. Goldberg by deed dated January 3d 1S83 and record- ed in Book F. page 596 of the record of deeds for said Tayl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 4 September 1885

4$ ) -ill.. K-! 2?$:i' - -.ti -I .K &&S3K'iS m . -I U t- : iHa!K!?CH't?si;A $- -k . --- -v. ! .-j -"ns . - K AMI B it.J v .-"; v f -L -- . . : i ' v -P - -.- - . ...-. . ' .. 'i i . ' f-' - v t q aaaaai rif - ; . .- : - - - -'-- - ' -; --- --.- JJJJ i & ipi I3T f'S to i1 kfc. Et; ffi. i. it- Kfr p rjiv- RSinT Iyilor MB Cot T- i ' ' A WMy Iwnn liiitit n ttssfc-ssianf. IfihiMMll Miiwit lfcnsnMl ui slitr IaterMts of Taylor Con SFTY New JiiS. VOLUME 1. ABILENE. TAYLOB COTTSTY. TE&AB. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 4 V ). .KTJMBlL ;Cibitrefc JPtocnry.. j JEmoorAL 8bnr-V: I 940 Ljn. Pmrer meeting "??afT m utter pmyer w u?-!l fottewinr &e ftnuth Sunday teaek S5h."diiAW Society eet. ev- eiy Friday evening at4oclocfc- KriacofAU-Church of tbe ItewJ ItMt; aervlcea very uoday by Rev. Gjo. H. Hlggin on ihe first and third ftuday of each month: VwJ0 eoo4andft)nrtti Sunday. H?0"'.1;0 a. . and 8 : 00 p. m. Sunday-school ev- ery Sunday at3:00 p.m. CnuMriAX.-Service every JJ f 4th Txrd' Day at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 4 September 1885

l f r. s v ' .tuwafc wit S - --r ifo'rli v J . "i . .-a "4? - - " '" s I -' - . vf f&vmT- :SJi-ri.---'f -J ' - - i! .' rf gsKgygK'yjt'- .-fry i 1 ! -fcKsr--: K&v- TT . - " i.1- '"' ji - ' . " IU1 S r t to it? i j ! t '- Vj r3 '.'.- ABILENE. TEXAS. 1 -- NEWS AND NOTES- t - Aouiuxoatfcrakiu Incroasinx la Coaasy- Kerry Iralud. -j l l Cox was haadsosaely roeslYed on fth 27th by ths Saltan of Turkey. Pqush subjects witboat regard to con- dition ar being expelled from Austria. Qtrsur Victoria nd King Humbert are mentioned as arbitrators between Spain nd 'Germany. Tiu remains of the late Admiral Cour- bet French naval commander in Tonquln arrived in France on the 25th. EmaoB Fkahcis Josef has cen- tered the Grand Cross of St. Stephen on the Cssr's son. Grand Duke George. It Is confirmed that Germany has es- tablished a protectorate over the whole territory between the Tanna and Juba rivers. Tht thirty -fourth annual meeting of the American Society for the Advance- ment of Science b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 4 September 1885

"- ". -r - wv - ..! 3 7 U " HPi jmr r apBlcW- mm l--- - . is 4 lun'onmim WWW NKELY PablUhen. TEXA& A NOVEL ENCOUNTER. HpttoB efa Tight Betwem a Kanga- roo and a Bali-Terrier. A correspondent writes as follows from Queensland: It was too hot to do much; but in the evening wo strollod down t some water-holes to arrange bout putting up a dam. Kit. my bull- terrier bitch (about four years old and scaling just thirty pounds) was with us and a couple of other dogs. Wa were just turning to go home wh jn X espied not fifty yards from where I stood a huge "old man" kangaroo giv- g tag a most awful hiding to a Kangaroo v dog which had evidently chafed h'm some way. I gave a loud "tally-ho" and bore down on him with Kit and the two other dogs. The -old man" aaw us and instead of running away he came clean through us and made for the water. When he got down beside the water he made a stand. The kangaroo dog went at him first but Jnissed; he got a fearful kick and re- tired from the contest ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 4 September 1885

) ' T1 sK&5 iffi'iW? &1 s s 2&m-ij;. uf .f? $f i- -J'fjcstifxvJr . !. . r . -; w t THI TAYLOR MM NEWS. m tOWKY XEKX.Y rttbllsliero. v t Land Agency of L. C. WISE & CO. ABILENE. TEXAS. We Have Moved! Jums A. Lowry Editor. V FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1885. -:o:- Sic political contest iu Oliio is going to be a hot one. Judge John RoBonhcimer was buried at San Antonio on the 28th ult. The Mississippi democratic state convention re-nominated Robert Lowry for governor. The strike ou the G. C. & S. F. road by the Knights of Labor has seriously interfered with the traf- fic of that road. The Conservative a new paper just started at Calvert is on onr table and we shall be glad to add it to our exchange list. Wo have moved in the Bock Building former- ly occupied by Messrs. Goldberg & Co. where wo are better prepared to show our Btock of Dry Goods Clothing Millinery &c than we have ever bfren. Please call and .sec our stock Qud priceB before buying. ROLLINS & YOUNG. T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 4 September 1885

' t V- SgSSA- mm fii & O"- is- i .1 M - k C i 'J L -- -?gcr. aaatttBMMgwr s .-. r S J. S. TAYL.OR & COMPANY PUBLIC SCHOOLS 9 Are opening up the largest and best stock of SCSS6"" l m 3 x'i -J Will Open Tuesday September 1st. If you need anything in the line of SCHOOL BOOKS L V And School Supplies yon will find the Linrgest and Most Complete Stock and the LOWEST PRICES in Abilene at t. H. Pine Street Abilene whites 5c to 50c each. m taylobjqim rni - LOU'lIV .?. M::i.Y. rub-Wicr. TEXAS. AWI.EXr.. )JY iOUDS. Itrtlim; & Yonni;. I'i.ni-Stri-ct. A K. lil.'iUrn.. Oal. Str.tt. J S Tiv!.ir .t f- No !; Pino Strwt J: W Wm-jii. lh-s:nut Strw. FAMILY GKOCERIKS. 15 M WVln ("li.U.iitPtr.H't. IfoMin.-. .v Son. Xrt'i Si-iainil Strwt. " K C-oojut l'in .-irci-t M 'i T. ..v. fW.i;i: .-"irc't. . W Ko'im tin A. (- . ivir lino ami North J1 I: IV Wx-rtn. Wt-: .-:! Chestnut Stnvt Ll'MBKi: YARDS. .1 It Jor.i A Co . South Flret Stnvt FUKN'ITPKK. TitojiuM II jirlnviT. I-'X-ko Btand. Chi-Htnut SADULK...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 4 September 1885

Wi " '!-3rV r - c ft THE TAYLOR CODM HEWS LOWRV NKELY Publishers. ABILENE - - TEXAS. Copyright Secured. All RigMt ifesenred. Driven From Sea to Sea; Or JUST A CAMPIN C. C POST. PWBLTSHTO BT PKRM1 SSIOl OT J. K. DOWXST k. CfK PUBLISHERS CHICAGO. CFIArTER XII. COKTixiTSD. Her father carao out of his is own gloomy mood at sight of his daughter's sorrow and made sovernl attempts at asking witn tho object of raising her spirits again in which he seemed to succeed admirably for by the time they arose from thotab'esho was cvon gayer than usual. On tho morrow when the parting came she broke down and cried as if her heart would break; but then Jen- nie cried a great deal also as did Mrs. Parsons and Johnny. Even Mr. Par- sons felt tho tears stealing down his checks and wiped them away with tho back of his hand. Erastus drove them to the landing and p.irted with them there. The ride had been an unusually silent one all ot them sceiucu absorbed m thought. Ho would kiss them. both at 11 ar ting...

Publication Title: Taylor County News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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