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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 October 1888

HUHHi jwirWjHWBnWiiieWieg?t- wf ! wt 'v'hihi '-'flv'THH'IW'!iVi!lVilBSMWVl!!9lB!R?pn ' ' ' IS .- ' ' '" '' ifi:;H3 ' " J ; s m tJ m i' & Mr. E. S. Hugliesy'smctAry of 'the Tfa.lt- has been called away on 'impor- tant business and will he absent some lays J during his absence Mr. Will SUUi.of the firm of Curric & Stitli who has an office back of the Abilene National Dank will act. in his stead land deliver the premium's to all parties entitled to same who will cull on him at his office;' 'THE PBEMIUM8. iilt and Official Lilt of the Awards at th Ablleno DUttlet Fair. Following is the full and official list cf thcjiwards given the exhibits at the Atficne district fair : Wheat bread Pidne'cr Mills flour Mrs. W. A. George.. Wheat bread Mrs. L. Myers. takers' bread Goedeke & Schulu. Corribrcad Mrs. Adams. Ornamental cake Mrs. J. E. Cock- rell. ' 4 Wild plum jelly Mrs. J. L. Steven-t- 'fjon. J4 Cake Mrs". R. W. Armstrong. Jellies Mrs. A. E. Bledsoe. Citron Miss Hattie Sayles. M...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 October 1888

I.l.llllm 1 Mi. i III. HlllMl fc. Abilene Reporter HE .1 s roii. vil ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY OCTOBER 18 1888. NO. 42. Pa E; CARTER Pine Sfrtflt -: Abilene lps i AN ELEGANT HANDKERCHIEF EX- TRACT In 6 ounce Glass Stoppered Dottles. ALSQ ; Cashmere Bouquet Es. lioimuet; Iirulal r pBf Ml" (SiMuEHStPa II p. iwimr"J I! III CV V If L JBoiiquetTea Rofc.V White Hose White Violet Italian Violet West End Jockey Club etc etc. In 2 ounce glaiS stoppered bottles and in bulk. ' !."e A fine Hair Tonic and Imigorator This is onebrau of Colgate & Co.'s Superior Toilet Soaps WHICH akeEQUAI: IN EVERY RESrECTip TIIK FINEST IMI'ORTEI) AND AT ONE-HALE THE PRICE. Also in stock. Ilridal Bouquet Francipanni fc Trab Lotion IjK II Rum'i JjX LWJ coteotftca Ymk I Mignonette Vjolet West End White Rose E and Yang Vang An Elegant Medium 1'iiced Toilet Soap. A GOOD PURE WINDSOR SOAP and an extra value and quality for the price. Also 25 other varieties in stock. The Ladies especially invited la call and examine. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 October 1888

trfrmhL Ziri&t& ' t'W" ''' ft11 --y M I- m I i Wi 4 f .u y-i HjOO-A-Xj. OMtJKODt DIRKCtOXY tltnl Ilnpttut Siitiilrty M'hoolt BiSo . nt.l pctMcts lit lift. in. Alii! H;W p. m. ptsytr meet In ovoijr Woilnc1ny night fl W Bmltli. jiMtor MctlitxllM Soiilli Similnynchool O:1) rt. m.! (SrvlccKHtlln.m. ninlH i. m.' iitn)cMpwtli)R oydry Wert n owl (iy evening M 8 . m. C. h. JlcCarvcr pnMor. Ohitrcit 61! tho Uenvcniy llcl-9ervlccs On fimnlny nllln. in. muj fliSiip.tn.i cxceMliiK nn the wconrt Hmtdityj Woiliicwlny tunings nt 8;S0 Smiilny-KCliool nt 9tl a. ni tflrnt t'rtuhytcrlnn SnniUy-noiiool ovcry hurt tiny ntOt'Bft.tn.iiicrvlPt'n ifmnhil cconilStm ilny4 In cncli inuiitli nt 11 it. in. nml 8:1 It. in. t tirnycr-mectliiK rvcty Vilnrilny night ni 8:80 i m. J A. Crclghton jmstor. t'htlxtUii Chtirth Snnilny-ocliool cwy HimdnyntDSBOit. in.;icrvl!fieTerMlm Stimlny In cncli month ntltiuin. ami 7 p. ra. nml Hnttir ilny night pfcTlotw to third Simdny.t pmycMiiccl' Ing WcdncMlnv nlghlt foclnl ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 October 1888

I - t (irftnit 7 a. x. How UKiep Onion and 0---If the onU ate tWjgJ "PJ the snodtmcuivm o UirspriBg; Dutnfg?Sioonl3rW ith thick gr c7 0ld.faSliioncd to keep them Taje tWQ or 'mtihod of "tractf lhem hftr three ohftiw ndB rffcjM wth fcwnng Mfo on thc tracc aruj i place auuu.u. round thcneck(ariti wirtd the Btnnanothcr( tin yoH have lhcn.anolhcrof onjong a yard ong & string or jn a coo( dry -oonli lf Hang tiling prfcctly ripe and dry . thc omor; Sprea(i out foUr or fve they cajf on selves pr on the floor jjj. 7 room. If somewhat green a9trom "scullions)' spread them "Anncr and turn occasionally till "Hit them dry and firm. Vriii Irt nnfr trnhf n cnll nr iic tliA ns till spring a convenient vay to eh them is to put them in a dry (ace and let them freeze All that is iccessary is to keep them dry and pre vent their thawing. They will come out of their winter quarters fresh-and firm and will keep just as well as those that have not been frozen. When wanted for sale during the winter a ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 October 1888

m I i lr l-a- .i i I The Abilene' Reporter ABILBITB ; . - '- TEXAS. .'& KCK FRIDAY OCf. 18. 1888 0Z.V JiOENY JR. EDITOR. """ 8ubcrIptloa Xt. One year. .....'... I. ........ ($1.50 Six months. . . . . 1 .......... 75 Three months .'. ..........a...... . 40 Office in Uorder lluilclinf on Second Street. 'Entered nt t'ho Atilloifo ToxiWf 1'oMontco ns Pecdnrt-ClAsa Mnll'MMtei1. HNNOONCGMeNTS. - -- 1 " - 1 ' CnndlilAtm' ftiiii6unccineiit for county tfllrps will be imbllshcl In the UKronren nt tho rate of M.wcncn; prccinri tmicris j.i mn VOtt STATU BBXATOK. Wo nro untltorUeit to nniiniiiird II. T. 81ms of Colcnmn as rnniltitoto for Strttt! PcnMof from this tho Twenty-ninth district nt the cntilng November election. - -. FOUBISTlUeTIIUtKiE. We nro Authorized to Kiinounuo Jiidsc T. H.- Conner of KnMlAiid.'ns n rnmlldnto for ro-etec-tton to the olllco of IMxtrlct Judge- of this district At the oimiltiK November election. We nre nutlioriscd to mmoimce W. II. Cllctf. of CnllAhnn county imar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 October 1888

"CD i 'it Mi . if 'M7 XjO-- TtH tad W fiW'f i rrlvei ..... t litoo a. M. DejJatUiT'i''t..ii!SS AS ' D01TND rASSENOERi Arrives.. . "'iiiiiiiii 3t34 ' M. 3155 r. PeparU m ' " ' '.' ' ' y WEATHER TABLE. for "Wet. Ending Oct. if 1888 A fit ;y fc ' if- r tt TEMPERATURE j m ski. a as uo " Date p Fjj J.gflJ V .! .1 !... !! . i.i.i. 1 T ut IH 1 I KThursday So sai 62 71 - rj'-.oS E Friday.... 85 541 66 71 - 5-5.03 i Saturday... 83 58 67 71 4-5-07 I Sunday.. 4. 92 65' 74 71 t 3r53 k Monday.. 80 50 62 71 -9-5.07 $ Tuesday... 86 56167 69 - 2I-5.15 I Wednesday. 88 1 57) 74 63 11-5.04 RAINFALL. Weather I '" ? ?'?? Slate' Of f Date. y 9 S for I -? r jr?- To-a K. Thursday . 00 .09 -.09 -387 Clear. .. J Friday. 00 09 -.09.-396 Clear. Saturday. .00 .09 -.091-4. 05 Clear. Sunday.... 00' .09 -09 -414 Clear. Monday. .. .00 09 -09 -4.23 Clear. HJTUesday. .. .00 .09J-.09 -4.32 Clear. Wednesday .00 .o9;-.09J-4.4iClear. Total excess or deficiency since January $1 1888. fWus. -Minus. 'HE LARGEST 1 STOCKOF to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 October 1888

uiMiiiiMffrg'-tcaf '"'ty HI llX HOUSEIOLb. raft!SJrrcHfees: -str. Give clilldron Something td Do. An important point in 'managing children is io always have read' some- thing for the little hands to do at those titties which comii (uite often on rainy and other days when tired of ( play they listlessly gaze through llie window or wander aimlessly about not knowing what to do with themselves. Children at such limes are a great trial to the busy and often hcrvous ncdnle of the house and are quile likely to be scold ed thouKh such a course is so un viie and unjust that it can lead only to the worst results in -the child's Future. Calm "and reproving yords kindly spoken arc necessary with all bright children and are usually Very effective but words uttered in a sharp scolding tone must in most cases work an injury to the child's" disposition It is all the more sad because the matter could be so easily managed by a Very little attention on the mothers part. t How often we hear mothers or...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 October 1888

n .yr-tvf In K ru b A Texas Duel Hie following interesting naratlvc was written by a 'resident of ftoncy Groye 1'c'x. and appeared in a recent issue of the New Orleans Times- Democrat! t ( In the fall of i860 there came to Sau Antonio from New Orleans' a gert tleman by the hamc of Robert C. Mott. He was a bookkeeper an expert and was in search of recreation and ad- venture his health having begun to fail by reason of his close confinement and sedentary habits. He brought let- ters of introduction to promhtent men in San Antonio When he had made Known his wish to secure a place to board somewhere in the country one of the gentlemen td whom he had brought letters Col. John D. Logan -the editor of the San Antonio Herald. i.. !.!. ..( t t I .' I t$uvc huh a icirer 10 nis oiu partner m ousmess judge SC. Thompson who had recently boucht a ranch on the Rio Hondo thirty-five miles west of &an Antonio and sent him out there. Mr. Mott arrived at Tudce Thomp son's ranch and was cordiallv w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 October 1888

t tp m -? y((;r ")" -r f&J-ivi svi$vl!w?"rtF''rz$-y?y $ "TJw.'1wittMtyflKywii7 " '"'-($ ( if a y IV M. - iJll fa. - - - '. Hughes Red & Co. Wm Cameron. 'A' Geo. T. Pkilllp. MUROM PHILLIPS DIEJ-A-IirBIRS IUST T V. . DEALERS Itf- Vfp -vw$rw "fi jvyf M luff" - Have just received a large shipment of the celebrated Havana Press wheat Drills. A PEW IMPROVEMENTS Have been made in this most excel- lent macliiiTe which puts it as it always has been ahead of all com- petitors. The best crops raised last year were planted with Havana Press Drills. The best wheat premium at the Abilene District Fair was awarded C. W. Lotspeich who planted his crop with a Havana Press sold him by us. "The proof of the pudding is s chewing the bag." Dr. A. P. Graves Evangelist. ' Rev. A. JP. Graves D. D. the evangelist from New York city who tommenced Tuesday to hold revival meetings at the Baptist church will continue to hold meetings every day for oiie more week at 3 and 7:30 p. m. The following are the...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 October 1888

Abilene Reporter. v dv& 77 vol. vh. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING OCTOBER 20 1888. NO 43. Tnt-f :ff? fcHWSYirOTES. Taylor county gets there with both i n i Taylor is the banner county of west Texas. Only eleven more days and the ques tioh will be settled. If Minnesota goes democratic we will have to cut a water melon. " Hon. S. W. T Lanham made speech as Baird Monday night. Taylor county has the finest water melons on exhibition at the fair. The democrats think they will carry Minnesota for Cleveland andThurman. Everybody is delighted with the Taylor county exhibit at the Dallas fair. The ' Courier-Journal's New York correspondent ' thinks New i York is surely safe for Cleveland and Thur- man. The advertising matter from Taylor is eagerly sought and the benefits to be derived from the exhibit are "inesti- mable. There seems to be vefy'httle doubt in the minds of the democrats of In- diana as to who will carry the state. -They-ifre confident of success. A whole republican club in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 October 1888

n n r.i r i- BKtKOK ilMCTOKT. mn( ttriritfct Siitninr tthool. 9iW n. m.l onrlccnnt Jin. m. wijt 6:9). ni.t prjVer moot. Inn orory Wcilnewlny tilgbL. 0. W smtili piutor Methodlit ftoutli-8nnclir rcIiooI 0:00 rt. m. ftctTlcM M 11 ft. m. (w 8 . m.; ptnyor racctlnr? every Wciliiemlfiy oronlng M 8 p. m. 0. 8. MctMrvcrf (mttur. Church of iho Ilcnvetily Kent-Service on Sunday nt 11 n. in. ami H:3 p.m. excepting on iho ncroml Sunday; Wednesday (SvcnnE t 8!80( Bnnday-iclioOl at 01 SO ft. m. First rrcyterln-Snnlfty-cliH)l otcry g'iin day nt!.jn.Hicrvlce Ifmnml necoiid Hum ildjM In earh month nt U a. ru. and BtW P fn.t praycr-mectlim cvety Wednesday night at H:30 p. m. J. A. Crelghton pMtor. Uhrlitlfttr Clinrcli Btinday.chtol oofy Sunday alOISO. tn.;crvlcon every flrl Rtiudny in each month at 11a.m. and" p m. and Hatur- .day night pre ions to third Sunday s praycrvniect- ing Wedncaday night; noclal meeting every Sun- day after Sunday-school. It. O. Charted panoi'. Clirahcrland Prenf.ylcrlan Ch...

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

'I " "Tea. a tfii..ifi..ii... .. n. iinHl.ir.i.i.ni i.Mtii..M.M.U iwlKii.nniim ' m XCWCULTUmB V Winterisf Hoot drop. ta Among the root-crops bect-roots is the one soonest injured by irost. raw ' nips and oyster plants arc both entire- ly hardy and can be left in the ground V with safety. But As. it is impossible H to get at such things if left out of doors when the; grdiftid is solidly frozen enough for winter should be housed. If intended .for .spring use mny be left where they grew with advantage. Pars- nips arc well known to acquire sweet- ncf s when taken direct from the ground in the spring just before they begin to grow that makes them far. ahead of any taken up arid stored in rfhy pthcr iway. The cooler any of them-can be V keptj the better. Light is also injur- ious to vegetable roots if they are very long" exposed. This may not be So noticeable' 'to city-folks who are at- - customed to purchase their supplies from the grocer or markets and half the time when they are shrive...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 October 1888

"ft --; Jll M V if At s j lli. A- 1 -- i U i Yiiremfr? i" rWn'i The Abilerie .Reporter. r PlJBLI&HED AT f ABILENE TEXAS. FRIDAY OCT. 36 1888. ii uiWt.i.. 0iv IIOENV JR EDITOR Bubicrlpllen Xatwi One year ........(...'.. Six months .... .... .... .$1.50 7S . 4b Three months ... 1 ..... . t t OfTue In llonler Building on Second Street Knlcml at tho AWtcne Tcn POMomco tiecotid-ClAM M.ilt'Mnttcr. KNN0UNC6M6NTS. i.iJi .11 1 ' p n 1 ' CAnclldntOT' luinoiinecmfetiti for county ofllec will bo piibllnhctl In tho ItcroitTcn t tho rnto of tAOOcAchj precinct omccs $3.50 ench. ITQli HTATfi BKKATOH. Wo nro mithorlxtsl to nimoimco It. T. 8Im of Colcmnn n CAmlUlnto for Stnlo Scttntor frpm this tho Twenty-ninth UlMrlct. nt tho ensuing November election. FOK mSTItlOT JODrtB. Wo nro nuthorlietl to nnnotmco Jmlgo T.11. Conner of Kiutlaml an n cnnillartto for to elec- tion to tho otllce of District JuiIro of this district nt tho ensuing November election. We nro luithorlstctl io iimioimro W. II. Cllc...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 October 1888

I It y v tii- TjOGfiAitLj jLjI a I. r fg .. ff ..n.n !rejHasi Tattoo fcwl Time Table ' .. i-. liuvca. It) 1.1 ...I... I if fj ..IllWfli on Departs . ...... t .i . 111135 At M WEST-DOUNO PASSENOF.R. Arrives.. .. .. .iri 334 ' ' Depart i . i7. .. 4". ; 355 M WEATHER TABLE. Keport' for Woic Ending 0ct7 24 'l888. TEMPERATURE. 1 b? Dale'. 'fliiinsitiiv . . 66! 62 ff Friday 69 54j 6 t-f 62 53 . baturday . -. Sunday..... Monday. Tuesday... Wednesday. 59 49 "7 55 48 63 47 44 SI 46 .50 40 70 JuU .44 53 lu; RAINFALL. Weather ?l 'State of Date.- 3 u for To-day P r. n n Thursday. . Friday... Saturday i . Sunday.... Monday. . . Tuesday.. 00 00 .09 '.09 .09 .09 -.09 N-so Fair. Cloudy. Cloudy. Cloudy. Clear. Clear. 09 .09 79 -vt.59 04 -4.63 1.84 -2.88 -2.97 00 00 00 .09 .09 .09 -.09 09 -3.06 1-315 Wednesday lr-9 Clear. TotaPexcess( or (deficiency since' Tanuarv hyt I; 1888. jVlus. -Minus. THE LARGEST STOCK OF1 Road Carts Buckboards Buggies Phaetons Carriages AND Hacks Ever "brought to West Texas a...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 October 1888

I'. f -m HOUSEHOLD. Tioturw Not less truly than by dress though perhaps much less consciously -we show our taste by the pictures upon our walls. Fdr this is not chiefly a inatter of wealth or poverty. With or without abundant means an artistic judgment will surely make itself pre- emptible. And though in one sense it is trud jlint "t litre is no disputing about tastes" yet there arc even in such matters certain rides or canons which the jidicious housekeeper will do well not to neglect. These canons arc somewhat like the rules of the syl- logism: Men often reason corrccdy before ever seeing the inside of a Work! on logic yet when the reasoning is sound it necessarily obeys the laws of pure thought ; sb also in matters of art whenever really good effects arc pro. duccd there must be obedience con- scious Or unconscious' to the canons of good taste. Respecting pictures for the decora- tion of walls what are the most impor- tant of these? A picture being in its very purpose a "counterf...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 October 1888

M f li ft a' r. n ' I r pOUJtiTRY. T" DiseOUMMmtll. ' Not many dayfFSfojwc heard a pdukry" fancier ymiBg ig lfcbt&ine9 declare that hO'Jdialfourred'atjdM: results of his ftTorts Hfe had good stock had exhibited A little and with success had advertised to a little ex- tent and had made some sales Hut the sales were not equaled to his ex- pectations and he felt discouraged. Probably many a successful fancier has gone through just this phase of expe- rience but holding on in spite of dis- couragements has wrestled success from the grasp of unwilling fortune. " A cSsc in point. A certain breeder whose name is withheld for obvious reasons stated thaf thefirst year of his experience in' advertising vas a dead .failure Hcjiad'expended over $150 in printcr's-ink and his returns were represented by a large zero. Hut he had faith in printer's ink and thought the best place to look for his money was where he had lost it. He increas- ed his advertising the next year and has continued to inc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 October 1888

iV i ntfjirft es Red & Co. IDSAXiEIKS IINT Wnii Oamwoa. aft I I 1 1 1 i L I B k MB I IV 111 I I I I H I Ml I VI I Jill 'W'l Gko.2.2ldllip. PHILLIPS n ) '. f .."J"1;: AlRIDiWiASR jXt3dtCaJZ Havan Have just received a large shipment of the celebrated TTT1 i T '11 id tress wneai mm. . - A PEW IMPROVEMENTS Have been made in this most excel- lent machine which puts it as it always has been ahead of all com- petitors. The best crops raised last year were planted with Havana Press Drills. The best wheat premium at the Abilene District Fair was awarded 0. W. Lotspetich who planted his crop Tjoith a Havana Press sold him by us. "The proof of the pudding is chewing the bag." M" TEE DEUMMEK. It.vaS'"I)rUmnier Day" at (tic fair and bright the mornilig sun' Showp over Hit city of.Dallas and the drummer he had come From every direction o'er the state his friends and companions to meet . .' And take part in the parade and march down Kirn street. Theeyes of the world was on him that day And how...

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

t - '. 'iWT'.'r-'i-. ' i- - . ')' " ' - V . . i f i ." tf . 'it v : t.i- .1 . ....r. .... . ..... .... f . . . .... . . i. voti vn. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 2 1888. NO. 44. t -T- vf'V irtmlJ-'JiffiEariT'"av?'iwr-r.r?)? -wir. fj :wOT't;ffRmti'' -TarTr4s?'' .'"?.r .... '.-.. ; - - "" 1-!. t.l-.-.l.. -.- 1... - - . '.""!! .. i ;."...'" "'' ' "'iiKimi H .... w ... .... .. ... "J i.ti-fai . m .Ufa .i.ipi-ww.... fi.iM . .!.... ..n -.t i.-.-L.i ... . .. .... .-v T'-t --it-! j j fumrtnpf Reporter. tor ' .iM The A TiTT T?Mt? Ifa- u- -. XU w v I. ' Iv. 3T3BWSY HOTES. i Indiana hnd New York arc going democratic both A .scheme to dam the Rio Grande near El Paso fot irrigation purposes Is proposed. fjpv. Gray says : "I am willing to stake my reputation on the statement that Indiana will go democratic with- out any MPs' or reservations" The chances for the democrats in New York are very encouraging. They are almost confident of carrying the state by 10090 to iJooo. City Treasurer Axw...

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

& ; r . XOOAXi- uu "m atic AmiwtiiSfr KltH Hnbtlft SiiiiilM-mboolf b:!W n tn.J fmc t II iu h. AtKlth) ii.'jn.tpfnTcrnMTt- MHf every Wctlnenlay uIrIil a; W. Smith. jtwrtdr. MethtfillM. floutli 3liNi1ir-chcio) PiM ft jn.t servlWnat 11 n.m. nnitH ti m.t pfArer-mrcUnit erery Wclnonlar otcnlng At B 1 m. C. H. McOnMrcr pmtor dhUrch of (ho IlcnVenly Jlcsv-Sferviocd ftn HuiKlny At 11 rt in. And Hs30t.ti. cxrcinlnn on tin) Mroml fiumlAv? Wcdncmla evening At H:30i finnduy-fichool At Oiso n ru. . Vint I'rMbjficrInn &iimliyrclwol every him- lUy ntOl n. ij.: service first itiul eccomlgtin. i1a)' In cuch month At 11 . in. Ami 8l) p. in.; prnycr-mectljiK eyory Wednesday night l 8:30 u in J A. Crclghton pastor christian Church Rimdny-ncliool evety Monday At 9! 80 a. in.; ncnrlce OTcry first Sunday In OACh month At 11 a. tn. nnd 7 . m. and Hatur lAyiilRlittittTtoniitothlhl8niiilhy; praycr-mect Ing Winlnotdny night; noclnl meeting every Hun- day after Sunday-school. It. O. Charlc pastor. rfit...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 November 1888

I -X V v W :? W t. W nt To a Qatkering ef Upward df 10000 Texans. Tntuq of the Two Xacw What the South Owm the Xegro and What Xii Mace la FregroH Should Bo Tho Won- derfuiroHibilithi of the South Texas day nt the fair Saturday says the Dallas News was made memorable by the address of Hon. Henry V. Grady of the Atlanta Constitution." If there were any doubt of his popularity in Texas it word only necessary to call in evidence his magnificent audience. Th6 grand stand .with a seating capac- ity of 7000 was packed as also was the large space in front of and under it. The gathering1 was estimated at xoooo but that docs not cover all who liad come to hear Mr. Grady. The delivery of his address consumed about arf hour and A half and he throughout held complete control Of his' audience whom he swayed with marked emotion- tional effect and whose applause was at times and oftimes deafening. He said; JSvho saves his country saves oil things and Jill things saved will bless him. Who lets his c...

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