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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 18 June 1886

nm 7&- I -" XS- C r s j - If- IS . -- ? Wwsacjwranea - - ounty News The Taylor JAMES A. LOWRYL PUBLISBER A Weeklj Nowjir - DoToted to the Stock-raisisg Agrieulturtl; Miiinl Educational aad other Interesti of Txylor Cotnty "Ttzit. ABILENE. TAYLOR COUNTY. TEXAS FKIDAY. .IV. K IS lSStf. TERMP. $1.50 PEG YEAR. VOLUME 2. XCMBEE U. fc" 0 . J. HKAtHttARTEftS f Oft Window-Shades Mirrors C R 0 i) 7 II 1 Bed-springs Mattresses and Mouse Furnishing Goods generally. WILL SELL YOB A NtfW BEDSTEAD FOR TWO DOLLARS ! Uoflins Caskets and Undertaker9 Goods always kept on hand. J. W. RED North 2nd street west of Pine. l!Jl.'FWW n'irwwiii"i s'vwwm CAMERON & MTC 01 C iLUJJ-U Rl'C'li'S BKILIilAVr ailfl PHVICI Vl'HCFOX XowIlioldiiUnurdreentfnrahcientitie should roissiilrrtha mslead d n men. They propose r mutder vour tu.pcr on the kIW. .Vn.'-- EAKTiV BKUAKF Srr S'l'OU'X Pinestrr. Abilcne.Texa.. To -av'aLh.r K-on as--a; loat. 0:iU ' " enpn: ji a Mess:. rplouI1.M .. thr fVr1:IM - etou r.rt(. H1PT? A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 18 June 1886

ra!tt . 'i 'T H! Wi-'" r?; fc fT- -I - 1 52s I - E21l ? - ftS w? 5V-V HE TAYLOR COUNTY MS. J1XES A..JX)WT. PsUUkcrwiPnfrltUr. ABILENE. - - - TEXAS. NEWS AND NOTES. Mr. Jusnir McCAnTirr Trill start i lecturing tour la the United Btates in September. -' President CxrveLAND has declined a redding present proffered his wife by the Bultan of Turkey. Four Italians -wire arrested In 5ew York on the 8th charged with making counterfeit silver pieces. Mrs. Duplet -who shot OT)onovan Rossa last year has finally lxen sent to Hie asylum for insate crimiuals at Auburn i It Is th intention of the British Gov- ernment to take action looking to the prosecution of the Orangemen recently detected drilling in Ulster. A test cao has been made np at Cin- cinnati to net n decision from the Supreme Court on the constitutionality of the Dow- law for taxation of -saloons. Prince "LunToi.D has assumed regency of the kingdom of "Bavaria the condition of King "Louis II. having rendered such a course not only ad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 18 June 1886

'.'? .-I - v-!.jr-s..;-. r -?jiK3HW snssihss iravx; .r - . & - ' ?r 1 I. PBsraqraww at 4 H -. THE TAYLOR C09NTY NEWS. r .JAKES A. LOWBT PmblUier ud Proprietor ABILENE. TEXAS HOW MUCH DO I LOVE YOU? How much do I lovo you? I never can tell you; Ask the blue sky above you the depth of Its blue; Ank the sunbeams of morn and dewdrops of even How much of their sweetness to blossoms is jriven ; Ajt well ask the river that flows to the ocean "Where It gathered Is drops as measure de- votion In hearts so Immortal their love changes never. And though stars may burn out they live on forever. . How much do I love you? My heart In its beittlng "With every pulsation your name Is repeat- ing; Tour voice Is my music; 1 listen forgetting This world Is not Kden no pant hour regret- tiny; I turn to your face as the flower to the morn- Int.' As It comes o'er the hills a new day adorn- in" But why tdiould I tell what you are. since the dearest To all that 1 beautiful love you are near- est. now muc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 18 June 1886

ss. "& u i" a x --: &m s -j- S- i fi . '"tu VV' 1 ! Kl mmm&r ! rSrt poi- . - ft & 3 1 jULJl-L J i. j ? : 4 ABILEIME'S DRY GOODS KIBTS! The Peoples9 Favorite The People's Choice Time Tried and found Reliable ! Grand Spring of '86 Announcement: We wish to call the special and close attention of the trade to the inevitable fact that we are now better prepared than ever to supply your many wants with choice and stylish goods at prices that defy eonipetitioiii: Our immense and most carefully selected stock consisting of 3 3 J i i 1 J A 1 9 a 9 1 Dress Goods Silks Satins Summer Silks Satteens in all the Fashionable Colors Ginghams Seersuckers Lawns. &c all styles and shades. AXD The largest and most complete ever before offered to the trade in this part of the country. TIE TAYLOBCOUWTT HEWS. JAME8 A IXyWRY Publisher nd Trop'r. ABILENE - - - TEXAS. James A. Lowry Editor. FRIDAY JUNE 18. 18Ki. A NXOUXCESIEXTS. FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY. Jta-We arc authorized to announce T. G...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 18 June 1886

'K - r - ! A " r T NMMMMMH 40000.00 4 FORTY THOUSAND DOLiLAR $40000.00 i Thrown on the Miirket at Abilene by 1 a i o u s k i & BR IE S o 7 "V - STOCK OF STAPLE GOODS it is possible that we will make a change in our iiiisiiiess aiNS will probably hare !o oilr storehouse sooii. We have complete well-selected1 stock of DRY GOODS CLOTHING BOOTS SHOES HATS and CARP which invoices oyer 40000.00 : we are compelled to 8i$jo$ of the sanie iii a yei time therefore beginning June the Tth we will sell every article in our entire stock ly New York Cost until the entire stock is disposed of We will rese I've no jroods and allow a disconut to parties buying 1 r&e bills. ) & t ft ibfltAffctt & tlfr We cordially invite the liberal public to call on Very Respectfully Yours .ftrVVVdJVlWJp acate shoi't strict- DIRECTORY C0LU1N. Vliureh Directory. Methodist Eruooi'A:. Sot in. Kc-v .FA Ho- ller pastor. Preaehinpi-crry fcnmlay 8t llni a m . anrt7:30p. m. Prajcr niwllnperirj Thurs- day nigh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 18 June 1886

5 " ''' " '1-'i " - "' Vv?&'sVfe?)p j mm rr? 'teevrr if ;y .i t i ; sv' 'i 4 'I KXr FOREIGN GOSSIP. i At ft dram top nine million soldiers ouM'tftke inn in Europe. 'lift establishment of daily church Wipftper ! advocated in London. A Chinese bank note 3.284 years old is m the museum at St Petersburg. A boy at Gera Germany died of blood-poisoning in consequence of play- lag with a cat which had just killed a rat- Dr. Heckel has discovered a tree in Central Africa called the karite which grows in dense forests and yields a sup- ply of gutta-percha. The monument reared to the memo- ry of El Mahdi in the Soudan is a tower of birch whitewashed and bearing the inscription: "Tho Ambassador of God.r A recent careful calculation shows that England owns nearly three times as large an extent of colonies as all the rest of Europe together. Her colonies raro eighty-five times as hig as the mother country. The proportions of the different colors in eyes among the people of Italy is thus estim...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 18 June 1886

itf . l wmj-3 EJSSiiS ft-Ji v. -: . - y- T -si I5t iv . V ;-y" r u -?- r A No i ft ? i i Li . 9' i A UNITED PEOPLE. Tfc- Itx-oad mnd ratksrly fctlment 'Which rerradea FMtwuM - General YllaV Grand Oration ea DeeraUea Day Honor t th Tor flying Brara Conqueror and Honor V the Brare Conquered Tender Trlbates to Grant . MeClcllan aad Hancock. President Cleveland and his Cabinet Attended the meeting at the Academy of Music New York which was hid upon Decoration Day Postmaster- General Vilas delivering an affecting broad-minded and brilliant oration from which the following extracts are selected: Mr. President Comrades of the War. La- dles and Gentlemen: The day has be a taken from our wifer labors for the future to testi- fy our reverence for the paflt- In decorous parade with music and with bannerN with Kilemn jKimp und show amid every clrcutn-ct-anct of honor tho people of the Nation have repaired to hallowed jrraves and celt- brateu with the tender rite of flowers tno memory of tho Nat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 18 June 1886

wmm?Ftmm&mFmm JTi i !5r &"H- 5-4 i E?- -? 1 k"C .5.' CT" l-r The Texas Rangers. 1 Paao Cor. Giobe-Denocr&l. It was on 1 Paso Street in 1 Paso Texas that I remarked-to a friend that I desired to know how the State of Texas that Lone Star State of loue things and wild ro- mance came to possess an a-rmed force of state troops ever in the (iftldi He renlied: "I know but! i?ia! f Zl t4- 4 It s ? r nrt v rrrli r mue i m u . . can tell you air'7 and he pointed to ji voun" fellow standing near the!'eUow with cruinply horns; also iiuuuj v 0 one speckled yearling heifer: all mark - uoor oi tue large ouicuer store oi ritiwH- Rrns mi Ml Piko Street .MuuU3 isros. on L.1 raso oireeu Who is he?' I inquired. "Why i : TTa ; t T? fillntf who IS he 7 He lb J. B. Gillett now our assistant marshal but r . ; !. once one of the best rangers in the frontier battalion that ever put spur to a horse or made a horse - thief's heart go right down into his hnntc I'll iufrorliifp von " noots. HI intro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 25 June 1886

flf 3" ."'' :s. r - J.- - tf -r Vr' .: !' --? if Hi Vy 1 K' 'I A ..1 1 1 XZ " . i :- iLZslSi' i . . VtT .ut--. MM" .-.A -' - lTJ I .-IT V Taylor YS A Weekly Hewipaptr DeToted to ibe Btsolt-rtisiig IgfieilUrtl MUtra! line.tirel and other Interest! of Taylor Ooanty Tixai. 3 $1.50 PER YEAR. JIMf 3 A. LOWRY PUBLISHER ABILENE. TAYLOE COUNTY TEXAS FRIDAY JUNE 25 1HJ. VOLUME 2 . WM The N.E 4 1 J 4" 1 hkl " J. W. RED 9 HEAaAftTERS FOR FORMTOIE t Window-Shades Mirrors Carpet-Paper etc. etc. CROCKERY and GLASSWARE Bed-springs Mattresses and House Furnishing Crooils generally. WILL SELL YOU A NEW BEDSTEAD FOR TWO DOLLARS ! Coffins Caskets and Undertaker's broods always kept on ha ml. J. W. REt North 2nd street west of Pine. . Professional Cards. CAMERON & PHILLIPS -- . y y y v I J W T I IM .1111111 II II II I ' II I i W 11 Mil 1 M F O flirt nrn- fi'tss' Dritrahn; . km 1 K .. ZT m AlUhKXK. : : : TKXAS. 322fe wj? 1 S9mmfmSSjm9A &rt!yflwlD I Mainl Xeivs. Anson CorrcMpondencc. jlolili- i S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 25 June 1886

Spvit 'fr - - - --'--. lr I . s- " 'T - I .i.f " tg k- fer- ? :- ft m iiTioB amn nws. JAMS A..2WBT. MMiWai ABILENK. TEXAS TOPICS OF THE DAY. News from Everywhere. CoirornKSsmir Houtxir of Indiana and Hepburn- of Iowa hare betn renom- inated. SmRoBtRTPKilillhertoa Tory will be a Gladstons candidate in the coming English election. It ! denied at Ottawa that orders re- specting: the enforcement of the fisheries treaty hare been canceled. Jcdoi Hawkixs has been confirmed and entered upon his duties as Assist- ant Secrotary of the Interior on the 17th. Dr. Voir 8cH"icigii formerly King Luilwig's physician denies that the King was insane sad maintains that he was ec- centric only. Govrimon Hill of New York vetoed the act of the Legislature providing for cumu- lative voting in elections for the choice of aldermen in New York. GExnux F. M. Drakz of Centerville la. has given $12500 toward the establish- ment of a memorial professorship in Drake University at Des Moines. It the French Senate ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 25 June 1886

!H m .1 V - THE TAYIiOR COUNTY MS. JAXES A. LOTrnT FsblU--r End Proprietor. ABILENE. - - - TEXAS. THE LAST YEAR. Tender lights on sky and fica; Milk white blossoms on the treo; Lull of storms and tempest bleak; Faint bloom on a wan young cheek. Spring the blessed Spring. U ulgn!" Said my darling hopefully. Violets' breath and primrose rays; Sunshine threading leafy ways;" JJentle ten that weak ami stow Through the woodland patliwnv ko. " It were sail in spring to die " Said my durllng wistfully. Glorious Summer crowned with flowers; Dreamy days of golden hours; Sunset-crimsoned hills afar Dewy eve and "liver star. "Mrongth may com' with by and by" fcuid my darling patiently. Glowing fruits and rlpeninsr raln; l.anculd days and niyhts of pain Fields so Kolden carjh so glad. And n vonng life doomed' " TI sal I'hrough the bright .lays hero to Ho." ald my darling wearily. Flghlng wind" and falling teavrw; Yiarnins love tliat ainly -Trieves; l'Htiojit eyes "v Itli farewell : Greetinu'the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 25 June 1886

v fir' gwsitsre-fi Si-rTj"; v&? wi i f" -i 9 ? The Peopled Favorite The People's ChoieeTime Tried and found Reliab Grand Spring of '8 Announcenfent : 1 A wish to call the special and close attention oHIm- trade to the inevitable liu-l that we are ikw better prepared than ever to supply your many want with choice ami-stylish goods at prices that Our immense and most carefully .selected stock consisfincr of iy compoiiiiticiiti; "&i-r- J I) i i i 1BILEIE J s DRY GOODS KINGS Dress CjUmmIs Silks Si Summer Silks Satteens in-all the Fashionable Colors. (iinjjhains Seersuckers. I.;iVii". &c :ill Myles and shades. .ex- f&y. AND The largest and mrM romplete eer before oiiered to the trade in this part of the country. Notions in' great variety. mi r?T..l I'm --- --' --- .JjO wi fe4 -lW-. 'Ml . i'lt qjy- O rntrinnned Hats in every shape and ci.Ii.r. Trimmed hats hi the latest and mot attractive stvl-. Niht Dre.-e. ( 'r-et ( 'overs Slir!s ("hciii'iM" Pantalets. HATS TIUWKS nm VAL...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 25 June 1886

Si W n 000.00 A FORTY THOISAAW OOI.I.AR 40000.00 STOCK GOODS STAPL Thrown on the Market at Abilene bi . 4 E aA 11T w. ! '&? jKt 32 1 k .. m n hf e w . tav & s i OF r W t) y 1 I 5 3iave It i nossible that we will make a change in owe business and will aeobabh M. our storehouse soon. We have complete well-selected stock of DRY GOODS CLOTHING. BOOTH. SHOES. HATH and (14 which invoices over $-40000.00; we are compelled to ?Sisp of aise same in si very short tine therefore beiiinin fune the Ttli we will sell every sHick h cmr entire stork at strict- ly New York Cost until the entire stock is disposed of tO iiS! We will rc-crvc no irooitsnini sillote a tliseomit to parties buying1 litrsv bills.1 we cortliaily invite the 1 1 Derail piihnc to rail on. vr KeKpeesrnlij our. 8 LAPOWSICt BED m jm.ii iiium ABILEHE RETAIL MARKET. THE TAYLOR COUNTY NEWS. . nvBWMB 4HBnanaamrmBn' m i -The brickwork on I'arter'fc Atlontiou in railed r Mm- ui l. . y.. ' a 1 t - - r -.nr miiilli . ' l building ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 25 June 1886

$&4 rar !-. -- j h. w .- . CJPs PES' rxu y tr ( mv -t -Til FOREIGN (SOSSIP. Cherries were known as far back as the seventeenth century. -St Petersburg is proven by 'recent Jtatistics to be the most unhealthy city of Europe. They are organizing societies in Germany for the preservation and res- toration of old castles. In Paris the carpenters and masons have formed a society the object of which is to prevent work in building on Sundays. During the last ten years there has IxH'ii an Increase of three hundred per cenL in suicides in "Russia. Intemper- ance higher price of food and pessi- mism are given as the chief causes. Iu Spain when a person eats a peach or a pear as he passes along the road he immediately plants the seeds. Fruit trees are plenty and free to every passerby. -The Russian Minister of Marine has announced his intention of giving :i s tics of prizes commencingwith one of HM) and ending with .several of '25 each for the liest essay on the defen-e of men-of-war from ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 25 June 1886

ssfc 3 serv . -. T'-ti t j - 5 iPfHa IIP&lsW -- aX-.-? -f w.W. 5 n f . T i to t m tame mm on - JAKES A. LOWBT Publisher and Proprietor. ABILENE. - - - TEXAS THE RAIN STORM. - Like childhood's tear? thcrnin drops chaso Each other down the window pane; And with a rail dejected pace -The cows come lowing down tho lano. While in the distance jrray and.dlm. I scarce can tract' "jrninet jn-ajcr sky. Outlined the ini'ty mountain's rim Where ruin-full clouds jro drifting- by. How faint frqtn ncath the dripping eaves Comes murmured; plaint from prisoned bird: While through the rustllnpr maple lcics There breathes ji tound like whispered words. Hut as I watch and wait behold A tiny rift npi-iir. that glows And widen till u part or gold Through melted mist and azure Hows. And now in tattered hasty flight. The clouds are chased away; and blue The mountain top apjx-ar. While right Beneath the eaves song hurMtt anew. J. A. M(iirllcn pi (jfnl HiHuthcejttng. -- - MS. GERBISITS GEIEF. Tho Clouds...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 25 June 1886

HMMibE :-t - m& iSIK-tfPiSZ r-v 5S3Sfc -" 7 WIMrH B. Exteula. .t-Si..l.. ' il. Tsm lira ttodc Ji Mention hat already bees made In thieoolutani of the intended xteMion of the San Antonio A Anaaaa Pa iU- roadtotke northweat. Tide oxteMion wu always part of the original plan and masy people thoojht tkat it aboili lunre been tmUtfiret before the road wat oo- pleted totfce gulf bat the practical rail- road men inaktad that theGnlf line would ere hundred of fliana andt of dellara in tlieltranaportationofmaterial. New on the ete of the completion of the road to tide water steps are taken topnak it on to die rich agricultural and pastoral lands of the Northwest. The couotiet of Ken- dall and Kerr have been at work railing subscriptions and raised 398000 of the $380000 asked. On Tneaday nigtt a meeting was held in the court house in this city at which were the committees of taone counties who asked the business men of San Antonio to assist them to raise theretnaining9194000. The attendan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 2 July 1886

pfc " . I ' . I " I . . 'J ii lurt The Taylor JAMB A. L'OVBT PUBIilBtER A Weeklj NewBp&pr DeToted to the Stock-raising Agricultural. MintrsI Educaticnd sr.i othr Iaicrests f Tayi.- 'eanvr ? CSS. TEHMl ..50 PER YEAR. TMBETt ltJ. VOLUME 2. ABILENE. TAYLOK COUNTY. TEX A- FRIDAY .Il'LY l. i:. i-u mimi 'NTY NEWS. LrSJKRCiS!l--SjPPiHHPf r s t J. W. RED 5 ttSMQOJUttm FOR FtrftWTOftE t Window-Shades Mirrors. Carpet-Paper etc. etc KERY and GLASSWARE 55 CJ Wri& m-z&ste u- . m j FP XJ T" J I ""''W. A." .V The Ensmirutiou Scheme. :mi The at tio.-. if i ho Press Assoeia-: IroImble Ot t Texas Cattle. -$ THE INNERMOST ROOM. The finjrer sum: the world a sot..'. And Hutu in e vex tender hear: r: melody .veet aittl Mromr. Heeai:-a ilraranti lasting par:. Hut nooiir knew and nj onerarei! That fnm Mtpre-nct wroasr " t : break hi ir heart hail lenrtft: the ncte- I'liat tretehl. ii into i:'..ri..ii ;..n-r. choc; l.:e :o!.)-A-i!i otter has been . ... . -. zecrnett Horn . i. '.iciionn. . Set j....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 2 July 1886

-a: "i7 V' FOREIGN GOSSIP. The. French have taken the Ameri- can verb "to interview" into their lan- guage. Tattooing in Japan is practised to such an extent that a law prohibiting the practice has just been passed. A French bonnet is named the giraffe capote-and is trimmed with two velvot ears of unequal length and size. The Tower of London has been re- opened to visitors after having been closed for more than a year on account of the dynamite explosion. - The Sultan of Turkey is said to pay ".wo German apothecaries $3000 a year each with board and rooms in the palace ami the services of several at- tendants. Sixtv-nine of her British Majesty's big fillip's an- said to Ik- "-hams an- timies and curios whose proper place is in a naval museum or e.lo-:iI marine bric-a-brac -hop " - I . . l tiiereniKr . wwn tt. itu. i...... i..f..M. ...i.i -.wv...... ...-.l. i.n i nun n.-cierei m a siaiiiu lot at iseivoir Va!le hi- an inspector wlio was ent lowu to look over the Duke of Hut- - An cxtr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Taylor County News — 2 July 1886

fl 4 - TEE TAYLOR COUMT MEWS. JAMES A. LOW'RY. Pnblliber and Proprietor. ABILENE. - - - TEXAS. DOUBT. Where l it leading U3. this sad procession Of veiled hours and weeks t:ll grim and uray? The Summer dies In Autumn's chill cm- fkUCC3. Tlien "Winter calls drear . Autumn-time away Till spring days come all redolent with floxers. Once more to mock us with their brief bright stiiil.. And inniuur conies but once aaln to van- nh. For all tlie seasons last so short awhile. But uhltlmr do they take us in their pas--JiiK? Kyc-.wu.t but dim. heart- beat a slower fail to do the work that teems so iirv'inir. "I!- Winter time ere we have welcomed Iiine "W'e can not sisiv them pan-lie; ever pa-s-linr E'en tlmujjh our lives wax shorter si the' Although we ttcmble at the gathi-rl:ig shall- ow?. That wait around and hide what none may know. Oh. life. -al life. I did not a-Sc thy dower I did not take on me thy wc.irv j:uii; Tliv ple.o-urt in:vor w-re by m- demanded Aii-1 having liv-d. I would not l...

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

III- "--3c-7 " r. I" 9 BI DRY GOODS K The Peoples' FavoriteThe People's Choice Time Tried and found Refial . j ! Grand Spring of '8 Announcement: HWe wish to call the special aiulcloFc attention of theirade to the inevitable fact tiiat we are now bi'tU-r pivpaivil than vuv to supply your many wants with choice and slvlish -ood at'pMces ill?" l Tv competition.- Our immense and most carefully selected stock consisting of rqrsrpr 3 i J i 1 J 9 ii Y? J II J a e Vll 71 Dress Goods Silks Satins Summer Silks Satteens in all the Fashionable Colors (xinghams Seersuckers Lawns &c. all styles and shades. The largest and most complete ever before offered to the trade in this part of the country. cOC lOxfa I' 7t : I Notions in great variety. CL rntrimmed Hats in every sliape and color hats in the latest and most attractive stvle W o Triinmcd I'S. $ Night Dresses Corset ( 'overs Skirts Chemises Pantalets. HATS TKUXVf? ami VAMCEs &ir Knots niitfl SI Men's and Youths' Clothin and Furnishing...

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