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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 28 May 1886

W&S!&IEP' I'fw' j : I " i-I. J. It mm ' V 1 af A NOTE PRICES! Best quality Sulphui - -a- Best quality White Lead - - Best quality Mixed Seccfnd best quality .11 t rniru nest quality mixeu paints a. Colgate & Co?k Fine Toilet Soaps and Kxtracta the largest ntock i Abilene. v Ten Ffer Cent less than anv other house. I also offer all my stock of miscellaneous books hanging and bland lamps vases and toilet sets At actual cost to close out. r Will meet prices of any reliable house on anything in my line. Jt will cost you nothing to rail and prove the truth of this assertion. P. If CARTER Pine street Abilene. THE ABILENE DENTAL PARLORS. BR.F. H. BROWN PROPRIETOR. ijeeth Extracted Mathout any Pain. Office North Second I Street - Telephone Xo. W. r of visional i'irdd. WED W I'KUin.M S. J N WINTF.K. Atlornov al-I.uu "am-nir ami (lraPsinan PERBYHAH & WiNTEHS ATTORN KVS-.VT-LAW LAND AGENTS R.rNNEI. Kl'NNEl.S COl'STV. 1KA-;j-Wi-ilo.i K''Ta5 1-aii'l ISJf- !. in anl s0l I-aiii. Ki...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 28 May 1886

if s "r-r-j rs-w-V i T If ' is - THE TAYLOR COIffl NEWS. - i j JAXES A. LOnKY rnblUher and Proprietor. ABELEXE. - - - TEXAS NEWS AND NOTES. A Summary of Important Stents. M. Tmcoupis has undertaken to form new Greek ministry. Seciietart Max xi.vo was out ridinjj on the 18th with Mrs. Manning and looked much improved. Ex-Pkesidext ARTftCR is crowing steadily worse notwithstanding his occa- sional better turns. Sexator Looax has introduced a new arbitration hill as a substitute for the one recently passed by the House. Ex-President Arthur for tho first time in seven weeks went to drive in Cen- tral Park on tho ISth. It is said ho felt no ill effects from his outinp;. Minister Cox on tho 10th presented tho Rultan of Turkey a number of Rifts sent by President Cleveland among them copies of the last census report-. The American fishing schooner Ella M. Doughty has been seized by Nova Scotian authorities at Capo Rreton for alleged in- fraction of tho Canadian fishery laws. Ward it Pavxe o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 28 May 1886

v pu - 'SW mm- t ?JiLN CE7- i fmF n the taM'ciiijm mws. JAKES A. LOWBT. PsblUher ud Proprietor. JudXENrl - - - TEXAS. THl' THREE SONS. l have a son a little son a boy Just Ave years old. '"kith eycB of thoughtful earnestness and mind or gl Title moiu; hey tell me tti at unusual grace In all bis ways apno irs. That my hoy Is Strove and wise of heart be; yontl hid childish years lean not say how ttila may be; I know his f&C6 h fitlr And yet his clil test comeliness Is his sweet and serious air. I know his heai t is kind and fond ; I know he loveth me. ttat'lovcth vet his mother more with grate- Hut that which'others most admire lsthe i lul fewer cy ll 1nv-vfr - lit .Tint nils hi- mmd. i rTt'ilmi.l b'8' CCCh hC nc nor ' i jure;-' h much for childish sport-? dotes j ook"nSSm"rl.o"Vs works and ways. But 1 iml nttlv mimics all. 111 little In aft it buy still and oftontlmcs-j With tlioiiEitt. about this world of ours and lliou'l t-j about the iii-xt. lie kneels s t hi- dear mother's kn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 28 May 1886

aUf.-.r- ' -ji(-. r - -AC .'- &JSse klv-i tffV - :4 e.Svi'fc4- . aeaf T- v t" S?'!v-'vl $V 4rS RBI;. I . .&4 j '; Jf2' ; - ; "- 1 ; V'- ifts-i . & J.-M If H J Any business move is a risk. Any business enterprise is subject to discouragements. A discour- g ment that happens daring the inciptway ofbasineB8 is apt to be magnified and the con elusion that that particular discourage- ment must be frequently contend- ed with while if the same thing would occur a few years later it would be passed orer as a piece of bad luck not likely to occur again. noneers rrequenuy nave uiacuur- block 19 T. & v piway Co'i surveys asine experiences: no new country) four miisBKouth of Trent station with . - . i-rxi ; good house and fine spring. Applv to is exempt from them. A Dakota ' riJAS I? e van's. blizzard will turn away many new -A immigrants while an old settler AilperEonsureherebynotifiedtoraakc laughs at the storm. The writer ; payment of their accounts to inc for wa- . . . . ' t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 4 June 1886

rvSsVjf 'j rr -aT k - ' ir22" -S5i5fef- T v . - tr l?r; i ( - :- i '-1 -j t -y iCounty News JIMS A. LOWBT PUBL18EEE A Weekly Kviftjr titrated te tit Stetk-raijiag Agriraltsnl Miaer&l Eduo&tioaal and other Intsrcsta of Taylor Gcuaty jTfxaa. TX1MS $1.50 P1R Till. "YOLUME 2. ABILENE. TAYLOR COTJInTY TEXAS FRIDAY JUNE 4 1886. KUMBER12. feMW ' The Taylor 'V. I' f J iU '"i J. W. R E D 88A8aUAftTR$ FOR FtmmTttRE t Window-Shades Mirrors Carpet-Paper etc. etc. CROCKERYaod GLASSWARE Red-Springs Mattresses and House Fumi liing Goods generally WILL SELL YOD A NEW E IDSTEAD FOR TWO DOLLARS ! Coffins Caskets an d Undertaker's CAMERON JJJi BUCK'S BRILMAXT an1 EARLY BREAKFAST STOVES MITCHELL AND STUDEBAEEE WAGONS & HACKS Oliver Chilled and John Deere Plows C&sSady Sulky Plows Buckeye Self-Binders Mowers and Table Rakes GliMon' Barb Wire tlaira and Galvan- ized Smooth Wire ACME S5 ARROWS DISC If ARROWS Glassware Queoiistvare. and House Furnishing Goods. Corner North 2nd and Pine Stre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 4 June 1886

F -?.-. rhmimM . . -r ".IiTs'?C5S!.r?' . .'M'Vr-rS&SSRSiBKf ft HB- IT.1 - mr'itax-vtii .n - i . .T- t i .-. ' l JEFEEESON DAYIS. Address of the Ex-President of the Confederacy at Montgomery. lie Paya Trlbnt to the Sons or Alabama Who Sacrificed Their Lire For What They Conceired to Be Their Constitutional Bights MONTOOMERr Ala. April 80. The ceremonies yesterday attendant upon the laving of the corner-stone of the Confed- erate monument were very elaborate and imposing and attracted a larc and en- thusiastic crowd. Ex-Governor Watts presided. He made a brief address and then introduced Jefferson Davis who spoke for half an hour. After the Ma- sonic ceremonies a reception was hold by Mr. Davis in the Governor's room in the historic capitol. Thousands of Confed erate veterans attended and shook hands r.illi tin ev-Confederate President. :Mr. Davis1 address Is as follows: It Is deeply gratifying to m to be pre- Rcnttdl.v one up.)iiwhoin I leaned foradvicu when aditr was wanting wbo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 4 June 1886

!&$ : - ' - ' - t-.. - 1 .:.- fe . . i !Rt TAYLOR CODM K . JAKES A. LOWIY Pblliber uil ProyrleUr. ABILENE. - -..' TEXAS THE KINGDOM OF LOVE. lathe dawn of the day when the sea and the earth Reflect the annrlne above I set forth with a heart fall of -courage and mirth To aeek for the Kingdom of Jove. J asked of a poet I met on the way Which crofca-road would lead me aright. And he aaid: "Follow me and ere long you will SCO Its glittering turrets of light." And soon In the dlstnnco a city shown fair: "Ixolc yonder" he aula "there It gleams!" But alas! for the hopes that were doomed to despair. It was only the Kingdom of Dreams Then the next man I asked was a gay cava- lier And he snid: "Follow me follow me" And with Innghter and song we went speed- ing along Ily the shores of life's beautiful sea Till we mine to a vnllfv more tropical far Than tin- wonderful Vulo of 'hmen And I h:iw from n bower u facts like a flower r-mile out on tin- gay cavalier. Am. In .:lil Wt lmve I'miw tn l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 4 June 1886

. - TTi ? .-jk v rv-'fC i' ft9VS&$&ffi& ) I ?"Px " A - V- :iv3!i rvs :.- t 1 .va- t -" V i' ?9:v; j-. J vr .If H m "- IT'- V R?i F ABILENE DRY GOODS KIMS! I'V - i The Peoples5 Favorite The People's Choice Time Tried and found Reliable ! Grand Spring of '86 Announcement: "Wo "wish to cnll tlio special and close attention of the trade to the inevitable fact that we are now bett;r pivpared than everlo su:ly your many wants with choice and stylish goods at prices that defy competition. Our immense1 and most carefully selected stock consisting of SStS". ' . ' vV '" j i i i J 3 a 7 a j j a mm Dress Goods Silks Satins Summer Silks Satteens in all the Fashionable Colors Ginghams Seersuckers. Lawns. Arc. all styles and shades. cO. iforx The largest and most eomh te eer before offered to trade in this part of the count r. tin jotioia in g;reat variety. ccdi. cqryrv rntrimmed Hats in every shape and color. Trimmed hats in the latest and most attractive .-ryles. v XiiHit Dresses. Co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 4 June 1886

hi. 'ji-irei-.'tf H-f' V?rTT .- . ... r esg-H XSk&L? j j: r-v: I I-' - V ts-3T i tf - 7SX.JT I -?-. &vz ....I illllS1! & - W. ri GEORGE Dealer Choice Family Groceries PRODUCE TABLE LUXURIES ETC. South First Street Abilene Texas. Opp. 11. R. Crossing. Pure Goods Full Weights Bottom Prices. WuFree deliver' in the city and special pains to meet the. wants of customers and'give entire satisfaction. Patronnge respectfully solicited. Bass Brothers & Co. Successors to . C. Wheeler & Company WesilSide of Pine Street Three Doors from the Corner Abilenees. Will keep a Large and Complete Stock of Drugs Paint5 Oils Glass AND DRUGGIST'S SUNDRIES. They will sell as reasonable as any house ran. Call and see them. Mr. F. (.'. Wheeler will still wait on his old friends and customers and have charge of the Prescription Case. THE ABILENE DENTAL PARLORS. DH. F. H. BROWN PROPRIETOR. JEccth Extracted Without anij Jkiin. Office Xorth Second Street. - Telephone Xo. 31. I'rofesMional Car...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 4 June 1886

'--ji!?flPJp 4 VW i ..-. ." H-S-yi' - P533 w&i$um i j f - mm. .--- . . . . -13 - Wr- s-u i.- K- - ijr irrt 1" wmw-: 1 I i t dSil-i' .". l'1 .- f-j..-C ISti- I- itt m isz- HOME-MAKING. a th Orwrtmt aad SwMtMt Prirnes ef Kvety Iorta Wife aad Mother. Mrs. Beccber in her sensible talks in the Brooklyn Magazine calls attention to the prevalent discontent of women with tholr homo duties and assures them that home-making is the most honorable duty that they can perform dince the lack of true homes is the main cause of the strife and sin that curses the world. "Home" she says "is the true kingdom of woman where her rights can never bo dethroned that all pure love all right thoughts all re- ligions all governments if wo would fcsve them live and flourish must have their roots beneath its altar. Thfts con- viction impels me to say to every woman who lias a home: 'Let home stand first before all other tilings? No matter how high your ambition may transcend its duties no matter how far your...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 4 June 1886

MMPP!--!--'-?'- n - - ' I -" IS tiLr ..-. S f 4 V . i -A "4 I - Tffi TAYLOR COUNTY MS. JAKES A. LOVf BY Publisher and Proprietor. ABILENE. - - - TEXAS CONTENT. All dny I've been u workln hnnl Down in the blnc-irr:us mecliler A j'lowin' up the mealy loam. An iiiusln' sorter whether I'd better put In outs this year. Or plant the Held vrltli barley An roKitutin like betwixt I'm having quite a parley. Thl! April .un le mhzhty warm An down Nfliind the holler 1 .-vn eroeu ftihldn' up Us creamy buds of yaller; Tub fro'. I hope has left the proand. An' Spring seems really here Old Nature dandles In her lap It e Mnliln' baby year. Tlu -le-pj -ilenrc's broken by 'Pie fhi-e p-hella on the lull. An" all the world Beenii- lazy Uko. A' kimler -oft and olill; I ln'ii r I a robin .-mirin' shrill. AV -e a jay -all by- It -fen.- lUv Natun-'-t wonderoiis kind 1i .-ech poor trash a.- I. Fer I'm hone-" jet a happy I-j! a eat -bird on a tree. . An I e.in't help a .-Ilium' Fur the very hie ol me; An the i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 4 June 1886

. t ar?' : " r: - y- 93dfrr -.r- Dinar w. irm.- -rat t --"; a- - t tt-s wa - .? 4Hirjir-;.icwC!L ! rr "at-. ' J - - VJir-ifWj: SW1 U!1 f--?i"5'.V4 - -f .:'" l-g JSarfln: hl-t- -r-' " !' -r 1 5 t i5 -' 2?.2Pirt " .. ' V " B -; "leJr 15V5t t' K&.- T-.- it- 3 ' it Cmrremey. Special Correspondence to the Xew. Content May 31 86. Mr. Editor: It is Btill dry here but the corn and cotton still look all 0. . and if we get rain in a few days we will wake plenty of bread and have money enotigai from cotton to get the necessaries of life with. -Some few are somewhat despondent about the situation but what will they pain by emigrating? Nothing ; fni nnr ohsprvatinn haa been that wp. never have two year's successive drouth I in TexaB in t ho same locality. Cheer up farmers : lon?t become discouraged ; do i the Act -rrtn ran niTt vear vou will 1 have good crops and everything will go on swimmingly and then you will 6ce that a 4rolling stone gathers no moss." Our nice Hale village is moving on ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 11 June 1886

4 'i 't' ri. - l.-i : JAMS A. LOWBT PUBL18HBR A Weekly Newspaper Dercied to the StHk-riiiiif ' Afriralittnl fBffeiil IdsertioB&l tad other Interests of Tayhr County Tens. TERMS. 51.50 PER TSAR. VOLUME 2. ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY. TEXAS FKLDAY JI7XE 11 1886. u it NUMBER 13 f . ' . 1 . - ' T ! I " t ' : r - ....--..-i - -. r. . . . . . j i i wyww The Taylor SmGotjnty '.News. .5" I J. W. R ED tilAJdiJASTm FOR FttftMTtJftE I Window-Shades Mirrors CROCKERY and GLASSWARE Bed-sprinj; House Fiiriushins: G-oods sieiierallv. '""a'"M8 v wo hvi .M w WILL SELL YOU A NEW BEDSTEAD FOR TWO DOLLARS ! Coffins Caskets and Undertaker's Goods always kept on luand. J. W. RED North 2nd street west of Pine. CAMERON & PHILLIPS BUCK'S l5KIfXIAiT and KAEILV BREAKFAST STOVES MITCHELL AND STUDEBAKER WAGONS & HACKS Oliver Chilled and John Deere Plows Cassady nlkj Pfws Buckeye Self-Binders Mowers and Table Rakes rlfdcloirs Barb u ire Plain and GalvaiH r-ccnd street now .fferMi.n.rtFi.n- .l!tpr ......i..!...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 11 June 1886

tK3r ' ff 'T - fflgfF:-;" I"- v5 . ..; THE TAYLOR COUTO MS. JAKES A. LOWBT PabHsher tad Proprietor. ABILENE. TEXAS NEWS AND NOTES. A Sosuuuy eff Iaportant Brent M. H. Haucock has licen rearrested at Austin Tex. churged with tho murder of his wife on Christmas eve last. CniKF Engineer Eckel of the Syracuse N. Y.) fire department was run over and killed by a hook and ladder truck on the 1st. Wbtle playing with a revolver at Read- ing Pa. on tho 31st Hiram Leidy aged five years shot and mortally woundct his three-year-old brother Alien. A NUMBEK of ladies have boon niTe-tcd t Laconia N. II. charged with stealing Memorial Day offerings from the Union cemetery. Other arrests will follow. Ex-President Arthur sent congratu- lations to President Cleveland on his mar- riage nnd received a box from the White House containing wedding enko on the 4 th. The striking French miners at Docnzo- ville are becoming desperate. They de- stroyed a grocery storo with dynamite on the 2d and threaten the mi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 11 June 1886

."-.- & - ' 'i-JVs'5 KKH 1 I t THE TAILOR COUffl HEWS. JAXES X. J.OWBY Publisher wid Proprietor. ABILENE. - - - TEXAS. THE LITTLE HUNCHBACK.' fm nine yenrsold! an' you can't guess how mnch I weigh I bet! Last birthday 1 weighed thirty-three! An' I weljjh thirty yet! I'm awiul little for my size I'm purt' nigh littler an' Some babies is! an' neighbors ali;call me "The Little Man!" 1-.I rk . .... tA ln.il..l on anlrl T -1 U lUU Uftlft? IIU1C ft.O ftL4.Llft&441 1 Oft.... A 'spect first thing you know. You'll have a little spike-tali coat an' travel with a show!" An nen 1 laughed till I looked round an' Aunty was a-crylu' Sometimes she nets like that 'cause I got Curviture of the Spine!" I set while aunty's wahin' on my little An' xien thev veil an f-hake their first at me. Ilk' I shake mine They're thlit in fun. you know 'cause I srot "Curv'turc of.tlio isplne!" At evenlnsj when tiie ironln's done an' Aunty'.- ilxd the Hie. An' tilled an' lit the lamp an' trimmed the lck an tur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 11 June 1886

'-& . wAj- " R-f . h?"" '1 tf 4 SBrl " -" ( AliLENE'S DRY GOODS KINGS! i The Peoples' Favorite The People's Choice--Time Tried ami found Reliable I Graiul Spring of '86 Announcement : "We wish to call tliespcciaJ and close attention ofthe trade to the iiu-vitable laet that we arc now belter prepared than cwrtu supply iiui'inany wants with choice ami stylish goods at price that defy coinpetlkionv; Our immen.se and most carefully selected stock consisting of ESSSHra!g& t 3 0 & i 1 J 3 a w j j a j J I V rf.7 I Dress Goods Silks Satins Summer Silks Satteens in all the Fashionable Colors. Ginghams Seersuckers Lawns &c all styles and shades. ojcCbu: AXI) The largest and most complete ever before ottered to the trade in this part of the. country. Tprr JSotions las great variety. rntrimmed IIat in evi-.y shape and in.!. . Trimiiiei! hat- in the !aht ami m'st attractive -tvle-. Xii:ht Dresses. ( 'nr-et ( 'overs. Skirts. ( 'hernial . Pantalets. HATS TKUXKS ami XAIAVEsn -oi-fci...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 11 June 1886

V; "h k J- V '&&?$ map- .-Jln u. rst& -. -Etfr. sag ' "i 40000.00 A FORTY THOUSAND DOLLAR MO.OOO.OO ft 4 ESK STOCK OF STAPLE GOODS 4 It is possible that we will our storehouse DRY GOODS which invoices vei time therefore beginning; ly New York We will reserve no goods and allow We cordially rw-MTZBcmaar :3JM$MfMm MtM ).?i Dry Goods. Rollins & Voting. lin' S'rtvt A. K HliHKj. liMsilnul tr'i J S lU'iiHiii&Li A Urn . Cor N Iff A I'mi. Family Groceries. Rollins .t Sn N.irili 0--iiiil str.-.-l. .1 r. ( mijkt 1'itr -Mr--! K XV Va:-.di. Wi-tM-lf fli'-Mnut Plr.-.-l. Ira XV Kiiil.-r K:i-.t-!'!' ol lu-.-tiiut .luri-l Geo U i'.-i-K S.ii'th r5r-t Strnt IliMxl t l:iis. T.-ttv t-taivt. Cln-Jm:: ciwl . 1) XV Wnhli'ii A "t." Cim- .ctr.-cl. ltojr.- A XVimWii. Llictiiut 5tr-tt. dumber Yards. .1 It .U-i"- . 'v.iiili Kir-t Sirn-t K II I'arkrr H'.!nvi-t ! i:a.lri:il lliili'l "Win Cuiii-nui .t Co. Minlir-.v-! fr.-ijdit l-ot. Hur.liv.ire Dealers. J'ntn. r.us .t l'lnlhji-. ("- N.irlli -M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 11 June 1886

p -it" -..js-...' ti Vr ?&t -$ fir & i vvr -i 'B52gf s$A? ; -&i" i SW ii- . sSr BS.' ti PITH1 AND POINT. In matters of generosity & woman acts first and reasons afterward; a man reasons first and generally forgets to act Chicago News. Lucern Switzerland has an ancient wall with eight towers. The builders mutt have worked under the eight tower law. Merchant Traveler. A woman will face a frowning world and cling to the man she loves through the most bitter adversity; but she wouldn't wear a bonnet that was out of fashion to save the Government. X. Y. Telegram. "1 see the scoundrel in your face" exclaimed the judgo to the prisoner. 4I reckon jedgc was the response that that 'erc's a personal rctlcction; ain't it?" Y. Y. Independent. We -met a man the other day whe said he know nothing whatever about running a newspaper. If Harnutn wants tlio gentleman's ad Iress we will furnish it- Ar. Y. Sun. The Emperor William says ho feels no older than he did fo'rtv years ago. Howe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 11 June 1886

lSiVtet; fTvv? ir.-5 f ; snn ' fc. i w.' "I . y --- i. i & r HAPPILY PAIRED. The President Gains a Bride and the Nation a First Lady. Happy Cm animation of the VTmMIiik IVrriniiny-Ami They Arc (ilail anil AVe .r.' (.I.iil;inil Kverythlnj; In Oulto Correct Oft to Dorr I'nrk. Wv.iiiv;tn June L'. A notable event the marriage. of Grover Cleveland Presi- dent of the 1'nited .St:ile occurred here to-night .ami with it culminated what until n few days previous had been a matterof doubt -peculation and gos-ip through- out the rntire length ami breadth of the country. It was a great event because of the exalted position of the groom- Chief Magistrate of a Nation of CHOOi)jO people--and because it was the llr-t wedding of the kind that ever occurred under the roof the Kxecutive Mansion. Yet notwithstanding the exalted position 'of the President and that the opportuni- ty and occaion almost demanded a great and biilliaut state wedding the affair in all its pu-pamlioiis appointments an.l su...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 11 June 1886

?xyrm iC-'V - I T V J-: ;-?& i" -?" ssr ; ie 1 - I ! Tl IJV i-. 'i -v. J 'A lPpiPiT Mil t-. Z1 'IT .-vej. fcts- 0 BY WILLIAM L. ClMS. Abilene Texas June 8th 1886. It Is Bot all of life to lire box death to die. tettoflorioattlKMigfttthatcuneto me to cheer wkea Brother Goddard aent me the aad mmc? this mornlar br our Brother his sonTOicar that their parent and jrrand-parent Wesley Goddard is dead! Then or mind went back to a message I received from my mother Mar- tha jTuibb. of PlkW county. Mo. lart Saturday in which I! found these words: -Dear Children I will drop you a few lines this eve' to inform you of the sad trouble to me my dear father (Levi Long) has passed away from this world to rest in the blessed Savior with the children of God." Grandfather was very aged. The consolation she said was in the hope of the power and promise of the greatest friend the world ever knew Christ who over 1800 vears ago experienced the trials sorrows and troubles of this life and suffered an i...

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