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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 July 1888

1 m " m I m i i w Yi fc IGIENTIEiq. Brief History Of Thnopioccsj At a rcefcnt rnfietitiff ttf the llnllnnn Society of Great llritain an address ww given by Mr. James Koridn.1 j)n "The British 'Watch Industry.' . 'Ttui lecturer stated that thd sun dial of Alias is he first record of (if timekeep- 2r that the obelisks of the Egyptians tfcre intended as gnomons and that the next record of a sundjal was the incyclc of the Chaldfnn astrbtiomer. u 450 lit v. i He ciepsyora or Jock was the next contrivance uring unit uscu uy uie i-nai- to whomsoever tnc cany timekeepers may be 'due feDcks were set up in 'rlaas i I.V4' anp in the FjR'I a pension Was jn of St. Stephen's for offtjclockin Palace Yard; In 13S6 Richarjd W'aU' toRSt. Albon'splaccd .1 nop&stery which' showed iciiifttibn of the sun the the moon' the ebb an'd flow" fyc.lahd' .the' account of S still preserved in the Bod- 'My at Oxford. In 1340 tra6t.a. monk' of Glaston- t made a- clock nvhicrr atj m was 'removed '.to 'Wells Hind...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 July 1888

1. r THE ABilEHE REPORTER. PUBLISHED At ABILENE - - - TEXAS. THURSDAY JULY 6 i JOHN IfdEfVYi JJiH EDITOR. -rr1 v. Bnbicfiptlon Hatts uiip yenr. . . . SIX TllDllllll. .$50 75 'three month i 1 1 m n1 Offire in tinnier HuIMIng' on Second street Hit total lit the Abilene Tcxnr 'l'ortorfleu n HecomlClns MAN Mnllu. ANNOUNCEMENTS. CninlliliiltV nliiiomioeiiKMilH fur foiriir afllecx w III )ie iiiU)Iic(1 in flu ltKii)iiTi:imtllio rnioof uoiwli: jrv luct office? Sinn euch. " l'Oil SHKIuVkT Weiire nntlicirlred to niinoiiiicc Mr. .1. V. Cnil- nliit'tmm in n enmllriiito for u' clcclloii to the otlleeor Shetlir of Tnylor comity nf iho cmuhift oieiulMir election. The Democratic Ticket! For President; . (5 ROVER CLEVELAND For Vee Presfdhih ' ALLEN G. THURMAN. .Mrs. Cleveland celebrated her 44th birthday at Oak View Saturday. 1 The Mills" bill passed the house Saturday by a vote of 162 to i49 Celveland and Thtirman economy and reform will surely win in Novtsnv ben T r Ives the New York banker that w...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 July 1888

'fi TBT H l 1 LOQAL. tt i - . : Tent aha facltto local Tinio Table F-ASr-IIOUNll i'AwKNrtRU.r iWircit.j . ' ...1 lino a. m. Mi... .. It !2S 4 M. WKSl-IIOtM) PASEN(iF.n. ;VmM ' 3:3.41. M. "elwf" t(... 3155 J1. M. onuRon DIRECTORY l''lrl llniitijt iSundnytscliool 9:30 ' " terticra at tin. m. and 8130 p. m. prnycr- "cciiii(; Wednesday wont u. w. hniitii iodist Jjoulh Suinlay-scliool 9:30 a. lices : : at 1 1 a. m. nntt 0 n. 111. ! pravcr- vcry Wednesday evening nt 8 p. m. kjrve ver pastor Lllic HeaVcnly Rest Services on in. and 8:30 p. 111. excepting Sunday! Wednesday cvcnirics ' s;li66l at 9:30 a. in. terlan Sunday 'school every 11. 111. J services first and rcc- cach month at 1 1 a. 111. and lycr'meeting every Wednesday m. j. A. treignton pastor. Ihttrch Sunday school every ro a. in. ; services every third month at 11 a. 111. and on lit previous to third Sunday: ; Wednesday nicht: social meol- !iay after Sunday school. K. O. ir SORET SOCIETIES. RniltorNo. 1MI. K. A. M Itnliln Its Ddtt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 July 1888

AGRICULTURE. A Tho Incomlnp CrojJa. The Post's exchanges covers tfic en- tire state nnd from tnem it learns that the incoming crops will be larger if this hot weather continues so as to mature the 'cotton crop tlmii ever be- am ltiwM i ttt wf tlifi tl -! rt i r rrtitni is simply inimcrisc: and if the cotton ... .... ..! .u.v..u ..... crop should pr6Ve to biS ns large as is now expected the farmers and plan- ters of Texas will have much cause for rejoicing And so will the community at large for when the agriculturists thrive tlie whole Mate blooms. In fact everything in Texas hangs on the crops and when they arc short by reason of drouth or other misfortunes we all suffer. v Should the cotton crop prove to be what is expected there will be much more grown than will be picked because this being election year there will be a scarcity of labor in the fields. Corn too will go begging in some localities for want of buyers; yet we had better have too much than too little of all crops excep...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 July 1888

FAIR . - . . ARIT FNF DISTRICT 1 LIE Aft i iH"" v itf MT H"S Iftv "" vm ( mEIL-ENIL rt It.' . V tober 3d 4th 9.ncl 5th 1888 a -ft' ' 0 w .2sT .A-XmiRylESS - TO THE s and Stock Growers of ies Runnels Callahan. . Coleman Nolan Haskell Shackelford aiM Adjoinine Counties. r E.rcalize tlV.it the prosperity and future development of our country ttepend Upon your efforts. We know that our towns and cities anil our. country itself cannot prosper Unless with the aid of uKe farmer and stock-grower. You have been favoreu'wlth the most U6untifu! -season and your fields and pastures are producing all that cotldvb'hopcd for and plenty and contentment bless our whole Iamb Yin if time like this when every one is pro- ducing the. best a friendly comparison among neighbors and friends of what 'each has reSults'irj great good to the country ; it proves that many things you have jiot ihlsedyo'urselves can be produced and you profit by it That pur peo je taxj get together at some convenient point and di...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 July 1888

t rn. -v- . h t'r CJ ' IWMtfiittMltel i.iti- ..' i '. WMaQMRON: A.iP v. 1 .' I . "- fc. ' . JM: J- ' . .. !. .pi il i n if i nrfu !. i nf ..JiiM yimhi0tini-iM-n.wiiiiM nfc.MnJi'jfwiMili i li nl.iiii1 inti I i .'.. 1&4 i.ii'.li: i ' ' ' . ' ;.-... .' CAM E RO Mi- && :mmm. am. m. w m jhhi n. n- a. ikw JJ w. mp i '..'.''" .'& ':" )' w. ' ; 4 " . I mit I ii I ii ri III il In 'n i n. 'i - I i ii )t I i. I ii l I t "'.".' '? . 'f L k'f m !4 &?& r $ mmjI w . i . . 'TiTrT ' '- ..... . 1 . .- .. t i . '. '.' V . '' " ' '" ' X'A's ' ' " .' ' ; 'Vh' . . : v" vX.. t 'it i" . 1 i . '"""i. i .jf . e vr - - tf- - -r" DEALBRS lOT ; i' i A : v-..v . .. . -k C f r .i f----r.t.T -rfTT -- HARDWARE imii i ... ..n.i i ii-i;ti. STOVEB WAGONS! '$1 'WWZMW-i ''' -K)ti$te: 'Fiiimishin vCroods WIS " - '. '' i&! MlMWi liPLIMINT! Corner North Second and Pine Streets EIL A 3 AffiLEMESrEAl PRINTING HO f ' -. ' ' ' " '' " I'h . ' ' ' I . " '. K. ... -. ' . . r i l ' ' . . -V rj 3 I3KODPI...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 August 1888

J THE ABILENE REmST wol. ra. ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 3 k 1806. NO. 31. fc Vd W ' tWia miat ( ta -iin-1- I-1 ' (v HEW8Y NOTES ijisoit fcbUnty' 1ms instructed for Inland Is enjoying a rest at iitors will fcnjoy a toyput the 15th. trip 1 crossed thti Atlantic in to NeVy York in six minutes. s publican referrinu to says "we wish a little nice. f s .will be given" a grand Ie New' York republicans 1. in Dallas who field up as ban turned him loose fcpvere 'us mistake. Chicago dynamiters sbonu'n have skipped Live. been forfeited. rv:.:J:... .. Tia Kcpv " vuu" iuuj retr at lirocj ' " Ultu U1 lis. Tt j: t 3r6phobia Saturdg morning. She was bitten -by -a Ne Foundland dog some two- moths ago ' Rod Lowry7nepTitf.ofthe governor ' of Mississippi.- bea) llis handsome young wife nearly ttfeath whiIe thev vcre visiting hisVcljf'n Mrs- E"'s at Canton last yeelq-1 BoulangerijuSfapilrance on the streets since the Bdularfr-FIoilu:t set" tp in Paris Friday is reWca t0 have been a nerfert fi'Ml pfe w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 August 1888

V HOUSEHOLD. TJie first lessott to be learned is m con lent With QriVs lttfnsb.and Wbt courb this call never mean tKfttwrong fs to be right in the cyci of the wife but that she is not to attack' the citadel at " a storming party. Only trust to quiet silent agents to work ft change where nnjr overt act would but strengthen the resistance. ; Content with her surroundings is A powerful "factor for beauty and happi- ness. A habitual discontent .soon leaves its impress on the faccj robbing il.of its beauty and.furnishing hn un mi9takaljIC'indcX hich gossips arc at ways ready to read j-iind which husbands' uo nof long lnisjntcrpret. I hat your pdsilion'sdeiAlly is not fall you wisii that this schoolmate or that friend pos- sesses more than you or can dress bctter5hould give you no unhappiness neither should y6ti for this reason af fect a style that is jiotijusiificdbyyour mrnne n rnnrci lilrr tlilc iii n clmrf rilf dn the road to domestic infelicity. An cxistance that issp- ht in scheming...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 August 1888

fl rr: rsr A li tM fc BS I. fit I i.". XGRICtfLfimE Caiitor Acimtit 'i I lie culture of castor beans' was ..I .... culture of castor beans' Iirat introduced in tins and Adjoining i.(-i. 7 counties through the efforts of Mr. R. 11. iviuuvi in iiiu ycui iooui iiuu v being'.llic worst drouth year lever known j.Li'-.Ji . .iii -..4 V beans 1 (Id not dtf veil that yfiitr yet they sfjod the drouth bitter than most Jthcr crous ahd farmers who had i mem rcauzeu more money ielr eaStor beans than from their which was' almpst n complete year being- another drouth J I as bad as the year preccd- Listor bean like all other again a partial fail: lear however the crop st bountiful yield: and to be regretted is that comparatively a small acreage lias planted in tuts county we say this is to.be rdgretted for the culture of castor bealls properly conducted is certainly oip of the best paying crops( cost of roduction considered that can be pil tttee in mis section o I. D. Spain of Palo the State. Pinto ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 August 1888

"t tJv The Abilene Reporter VUBLISHED AT ABIIiEHE - . - TEXA& THURSDAY AUGUST a 1888. jornt hoeny. jt editor Sabutlptlon lute. ' One year... ..... 1. .I.I4.4.4 .$50 Six monlhi....'. Three months... nilrlitftliiti. 40 Office In Ilordcr lliiildinp on Second Street. Entered at the AMlcnv Tosh Polofllj'c n SccoihI-CIumi M ill Mutter.' KNNOUNCeMSNTS. MitniltilultV (itiiiuiiiKi'iiiuntu for comity .nOlrc" ulll Ik mlillhqil In the Huron-mint (tie rutq of $i.00Meh; jrcclnetn3lcoj5.3WO veli. WmnisTuioT JrrioK " We nrc nntliorlted tii nittioiint'O Judge T. II. Connfcr. of KtMUml in n I'ltmllititlo for te-iloc-tloti Iodic umee of Illrtrln Jixltw of till iltttrl.t nt ttitfi'iiKiiliiK Novcmln'ritleetloii- fou niTicT ArroitNBV. Wo ittduitlinrli!! to nniliiuiire II. i. Slirv.v (hlro iik n eauilliliito for Die ulttra (t DUIrlrt At' tnrney of thlx dMrUt.iit Hie coming November tljiilon. Kill TJIKABl'llKIti We nib iiiilhurltcd to imiionnooT. O. AmlctNiii .iw ik ciiiiillilHlc fur re-cleetttfti to l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 August 1888

li b w& fi-'rf.im- tlwt' w m XiOCAX TaxAti and ?Aelfle local TlmoYable. KAST-IIOlMMl t'ASSKNUFR. Arrives .... ........ i ...... 1 1 :oo Ak i. Departs . ..v...... ........ ..11125 A. M. WEST-llOUNll I'ASSENOKR. Arrives ................ ...... 3134 I'. M. Departs. ................ 3!55 '' ' CHURCH DIRKOTOEY. First llnpllt Sunday-school 9(30 n. m. services nt tin. m. ami 8:30 ii. m.j praycr- mcctlng Wednesday night. G. W (Smitli pastor. kMcthodlst South -SUnda) -school 9:30 a. ervjees; at If a. m and 8 p. m.; prayer- ng every Wednesday evening at 8 p. m. tvarvcr jiasior. jhof the Heavenly Rest Services on it n a m. ana 8:30 p. m. excepting second Sunday; Wednesday evenings lunuay school nt 9:30 a. in. rreshytcrlan Sunday school ex'cry ' at UK a. m.t Services first and sec- I SundavT in each month at 1 1 a. m. and 8:30 p. m.j'jraycrjneetlng every Wednesday nigl al8:3tp. m.j'J. A. Crcfghton pastor. t CI istiatv Church Sunday school every Surid y atV30 a. m.J services every third Sjnu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 August 1888

"HV V - tMu PtleJ A. Dafl.1 "tl?riiks On cv !fnnt tt a VntHli'ni.itmh yoctJiei6anaimriWicn. jftoraugh NnWepaptr 3Im?Cm' Only So Oradaatod From a Newipnpar Offlcs. Miiavaukck July 44Charles k$ Dana editor of the.New York Sun' delivered an address tin's eVcnfng?'at the Academy of Music to tbe Wiscon- sin ' Editorial Association. The hall was crowded and the veteran editor's discourse was warmly applauded. Mr. Dana began with the statement that he had a great desire to come to Milwau- kee aside from his wish to meet' the Wisconsin editors. The body befoc ' him represented all shades of religion Tind politics? and he was gladto -meet them. IJc had seen Wisconsin soldiers qi'i the battle-field 'and they never flinched. The speaker said hfc began neWpaper work on a weekly hteray(p; ier which meant that it was issued .rtic a week. (Laughter.) The weeklyedition of that sheet was 500 cObics which would not compare very fayorably with the present daily paper j-' which literally ran a mile a m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 August 1888

'-' ft tos i "fc-tm?t Ttf- . h & it V h . J GOVERNOR ROI&B. Ho Docs Gomo Plfiiit' Talklfig Hi a Private Letter. Kecltos in a Modest Way "What Hl Adnilnli tratlonlJnsDoho fonths People. Sorao Facts VpoA Which Ho Is Will. Intr" to bo JudrrtSd. ' . . i Come tired nndilisgustcd with'tj the following ltlcr u'ritteii' to 4r lftk of?p.urtk1 ajld t.u.t !.. m.. ....... ...:.. fW&k we r shall open a rcd-hdt lilWJIU 1U t1HYUllJ tVUll.' UUUTVUIUl IKoss was jniblishecl m the Cormqruia ascrvcr aim 11 spcnKs iruuuuny nnu lastly : LtisiJN July 12 1888 J)y Dear Btl lnend Your esteemed Tavof m and you have niy hearty lour .kindly interest and lessions. I confess I am b understand upon what farmer in Texas can urt;c my acTministration. We their taxes to the lowest unt consistent With ail dministration of state iind to a much lower it any time beforej We cd olir land laws as to he state and while not ment have restored con- respect for the lease ng into the treasury f of the taxpayers over ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 August 1888

k WM. CAMERON .. " iiniwim Wiii.if I 'I "i -z-rr i-u t I. VI GEO. P PHILLIPS. . . k. '-5 s V " - ; '-- v:3' .'! "' v;; ' :"li '. & PHILLIPS tBHlL ' . . -1 '&J I'Hi SEP1 A 'H Vm i 1 1 I 1 CAMERON v . 1 V -. -.'.. - ..wJurjj-. . HARDWARE STOVES WACO -::iy-i!?ftA'- ;.-. Soiise Furnishing' Goods -' ' V 1 mJI I I f -L4- j'. ' 91 MA AN 1AMING IMPLEMEN Gdrner North Second and Pine Streets j&. J5 X Xj IE IN" ZED i- 3 TIBIXI . w - TO PL OF ' m ' lu ft iillJ'Ullilliljp. We Propose to Save You Money and Offer You the Best Opportunity fy TO GET ALL YOU NEED IN Dim s Boots Shoes 113 -j i i nT.ninff VVt . -; S(Li;'..i.; KS. :.F&k Kh- . Mi 9 r--WWK VVyAUUte) That was ever before offered in Abilene..: V : :-" '".-' .' v;;: '-;: ese goods for the next 30 days will be sold at less than New York cost. i &-. Prints Summer styles 3d. Besj; Manchester chambray 10c. Ginghams desirable bolors 6c. Sateens 6c; . - Linen lawn 12 l-2c arid 16c. Best bleaohed domestio 7 l-2c Best cambric 8o....

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 August 1888

i '?; "if Abilene Reporter rllL ; as vol. vn. ABKDENE TEXAS pHXJRSDAY AUGUST 0 1888 I NO. 32. V -'' r?yfji)nyfii&TiV-r;l 17" X k . T' A. i w . Ytf A1 3 I Sb. 1- KEW8Y NOTES. Dcnlsotv and Sherman are to be united by a trarnway. x v C. F. Rcis agent 'for the Union 'steamship line announces a rate of $ailgo from New York to Hamburg. Matthew Bruce jumped fromothe Brooklyn bridge last week and sustain- ed injuries which will perhaps prove fatal. Gen. Phillip H. Sheridan died sud- at Nonnuitt. Mass. Sunday crting. A sketch of hw career will found in another column. lcnry M. Vimont Millensburg . smoked cigarettes at the rate of per day and is now rusticating in .insane asylum having lost his een people were burned to a NeW York -tenenent house morning v and six others taken to the hospital nearer than alive. llhe remaias of Bartley Campbell were iuterredMn St. Mary's cemetery New York last Thursday. The fun- eral1 services tdok place from St. Paul's r cathedral afldlwas conducted by Re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 August 1888

SHERIlJAN DEAD. ' T His Old Heart Trouble Curries Him Off Sudtlotily at NonquUt Mass. A Careful Rovlow of Hlo life Hl Adrance-. ent Frbm a Poor Boy to the Highest MiUtftryHonoti Jivor Attained in tho United States. NonquItt Mass. Aug. - 5. Gon. Sheridan died at 10:20 o'clock to-night of his old heart trouble. Gcjfontl P. H. 'ShcHdnn( the commander-in-chief of the . United States army was Jjorrt in Somerset .0. March 6 183 1. He graduated at the West Point Military Academy in 1853 and served on frontier duty in Texas for nearly two" years anil in Oregon from 1855 to 1861. At the commencement of the civil war he was appointed quartermaster of the army of southwestern Missouri and. in April 1862 chief quartermaster of the western department. In May. ii862j he was made colonel of th6 Second Michigan Volunteer Cavalry was commissioned brigadier-general of volunteers July. 1862 and after a brief period was put in command of the Eleventh.division of the army of the Ohio. lie commanded a di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 August 1888

r'he HGRICULTURg. Cropfieport of Texas. Northern section! Continued tains throughout north Texas tlclnydd cotton planting until the cdtton crop is fully one'month behind and injured wheat tthfl nnttt in lir fchnf1!?. Milelt fnllnn y land was replanted two three and four tttvtnr ntlil t ...fin fii.l. Al.M.rlr.t..l The worms have conspired with the rrtin to seriously injure1 the crop. It js now quite grassy but looking up and with steady dry weather will yet do well. Thd whe.lt and oat yield has not been Uniform on account of looal causes but averages Up fairly well though the quality is rather po6r. All forage crops have done remarkably well and the yield is highly gratifying. The saccharine sorghums promise an abundant crop trji acreage being largely increased. Corn has made a 'V' 'Mk3 iviu uuu jiuiiiui iaii iiuw pit' vein us saic storage l'ruiisanu vege- tables are uniformly good. Eastern section: The cotton crop is about three weeks behind and largely in the grass on account of ra...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 August 1888

MfW!WwfWWWn(WsCtt6t'ft -V j ;r&M" ' "w' wifiPNAitia -T JiWidtosU-iaH" jaM1' ." .-S- J. Mt..V. ?.. inj.inil iuJMiiaiiiui W H 'The Abilene Reporter.' '""pOLiaHEO AT '"""" ABILENE - - - TEXAS. TMURSDAVrGUST V 8 OZV UblZNY) JR EDITORi Bubtcrfptlon Bat A.. One year. . . . .. om'i; i$t.50 blfc months ... . . . . . ... ' 7S Three months t . ( ... t .. u .... . 4 Office In Hocr Uiiiltllnff on Second Street .i wmi fc. ifc '. ' rinfcrctl nt (ho Abilene Texn I'ontofflco as tteeoml-Clavt MHl.ltHtlcr MNNOUNCGMeNTS CniulldittcV nnmnmcomciits for count? oMcca will )o vntillKhcl In tlio ItcriittTBii nt Ihe rule of xootnchi prcclnet oniccs SABO ench. Wc nrd nnthotfzccl to nnnbiincA jmlgo T II. C6nnor of Knstlaml. M.a rniulIJiito for re-U-o-t!on to tlio office of DlMrlct JucIro of this district nt tho cncnliiK November election- t " " FOtfblSTHKJT ATTOltNBV. ' We urtfintFiorteei! to fttinonuii U. D shrori- miro m n oniKininio lor inn ouirc oi mtiriri ai- lorncj of tills dlnrlct at tlie coming Nov...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 August 1888

5PfWKS !)wiMMwunmi?i fry .. t- .. t ...... in f hi i II I I. .".'"."" ". ' ''' .."'...'. ." .' ' ." 'I.'1!'" '..'"'. ' '''.'"!''".. '".. ' ".' .' ' "'''.".'. R3 k fl. H 1 ;-" Sv lv.v ; XaOCAJl i. .Xm wd rctfto total Time Tahlflj y- IfASTMibUNU WSltNnER. Arrives. .............. i.. I ttoo A. ii Departs ).... ... imii ..4. it. '25 A. M. WBST-BOONH I'ASSBKOER. Arilves'... ....... 4. ...... J'34 ' t'eparts.. ........ 3'5S l''' CHURCH DIHECTOitY First Xinpltst Sunday-school. 1)830 n. m. services nt tin. m. and 8)36 p. nnj prayer- meeting Wednesday night. G. W. Smith pastor. Methodist South Sunday.schboiro:30 n m. services At it a. m. and 8 p. m. praycr- mectlnB every WcdncsdAy evening at 8 p. m. C4. S. McCarver pastor. . 1 dliurchof the Heavenly Ucst Services on Sunday at tt a.m. and 8: Id n. nn excepting ' on the second Sunday; Wednesday evenings nt 0:30; Sunday school at 9:30 a. nt First 1'resbyterian Sunday school every Sunday at 9:45 a. m; services first and sec- ond Sundays in each ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 August 1888

. ri ii iVwin'iiipir tifiiftnf"or -i 'r-V -flT lf - Wrf !' fitWM M&uimMitir2x:-ilr if j.u.i.1.1. iMiiiiiHKwiiiMi.(MuitNry w imnMiiiM. jti f tl . j JiL-L tfimni-'ii.iiM"1'1 i .gtnjjlmi hiim .J MMMYW'MltfAM. s h f I ld J h SEHOLD. Suggestions For Some of Us Prclty jfopjlcr trays for pepper vjnu gar mtimrd and .salt to stand on arc a novelty. Table-clotha with trny.cloths to inatc.1i embroidered In white nre con stdcredvery elegant. Fancy plates fastened ntolibd thp dining-room wall as high a.1? the chair rail are quite decorative. Clusters of three candlesticks are now sold to screw upon the side gas lights for state occasions At lunch put your dish of saiicd on a small desert plate at each place. ' Sohiehody asks the use of bone plates. They ire of asparagus ends corn-cobs and all kinds of bones. tJse a pretty tray in which to place the knives forks And spoons when re- moving them from the table after each course ' The large varieties of ferns and palm leaves dried and placed beh...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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