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

' & Ji hiiiTrtn if ii 1 1 i in i i a.ii i .. H.JUili The Abilene Reporter. rUBLWHED AT AXttJMltnA - EXiv. FltfDAY NOV. a 1888. OiV HOFNY JRS EDttOR I jfl...... .1 l I.ii.r. t n ilij iflli ft.l ..im n i i. Sbilpllaa Kalw One year .............:.. .$1.30 Six month. ............ 4 .. .. 75 Three tnonih. . ... ........... ... 40 Office In Border Building on Second Street. Ratercd nt tiio Alllerie Toxitf fonlofflco ah cmiuVCIiu Mtll MMter. " The Natfonal Democratic Ticket. For President: GROVER CLEVELAND. For1 Viei President i ALLEN G. THURMAN. The State Ticket. For Governor U S. ROSS; For Lieutenant-Governor T.B.WHEELER. For Attorney-General JAMES S.HOGG; Fof Comptroller JOHN D. McCALL. . For Treasurer F.R.LUBBOCK. For Commiir of General Land Office R. M. HALL. For Superintendent Public Instruction OSCAR H. COOPER. For Chief Justice Supreme Court J. W. STAYTp.N. For Associate JusticesSupreme Court JOHN L. HENRY R. R. GAINES. For Judges Court of Appeals ' - J; M HURT S. A. WILLSON J....

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 November 1888

'U V il 1 RASB0UNO rASSKNdKfc ? - Arrives. ......... tl'Oo A. M. Departs i a i . 1 1 . t t . 1 1 a $ a m. WEST-hOUM) PASSENGER Arrives. . ... . . . .1 .. 3'34 r M fcDeprU.w. ....: ....... 3'55 ' THE LARGEST STOCK OF Ljftoad Carlk ". ! Buckboards . . -. h. ' . . . -' v- I Buggies 0 St-- Phaetons V Is . ' . ' t . i J Carriages " :v '. ' I- " i fs-. " . ' . And f " " Hacks Bvorlbrought to "West . ; Texas are now for. sale AT CAMERON & PHILLIPS ABILENE. Turnip 'seed at Roberts & Mac's. " All our 'people report trade im- proving" tie.'! Y' i.-'uf -' Fresh' buckwheat Son's .'. flour at Rollins & 44-tf Mrs T. L. Odom is reported quite sick this week.- Oranges and bananas at Rollins & Son's. - 44"tf ' 1 Col. J.v H- Parraniore is spending several day at home. Milo maize Mac's. for-seed at Roberts & 44-i Henry Sayles returned from Galves- ton Tuesday. Pop. corn in the ear at Roberts & Mackechney'Si 44-1 Judge L M. Onins Belle Plaine col- lege was a caller at this offic...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 November 1888

a T"f 4 i -L.fcW. Wr-i ORADT'8 OMJKT IPiWH CMinVtd frbm "thiti fiagt. ions Should the"' hegro &t'rikHhiU blow ?ii timing justice hefe will be millions to assist them.s And this general took Johnston's sword in surrender T "Ho looked upon the thin nnd ragged battalion In gray that for four ycftrs had held his teeming and heroic legions at bay ltaing them he read thcif courage in their depleted ranks and gave them a sol- dier's parole. When he found it in his heart to taunt these heroes with this threat I fear that careless as he was of fire twenty-five years1 ago )ie is now more careless of his words If we could hope that this problem yould be settled yithin our lives I would appeal frqn.i neither this madness nor unman- Kncss. liut when I know strive as I 'may I must at last render this awful heritage into the untried hands of my son already ddarcr to inc than my life and that he mut in tum bequeath it unsolved. to his children I try out! against the inhumanity that deepens its ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 November 1888

r. w t. T ORADY'S aRIAT 8PMCH. fyntimled ftfm sikth jmgti tiid their dependents farmers would i. find A near and growinft market for not Lonty their staple crops but for truck Ftliat they now despise to raisc-or sell but that is at last die cream of the rfiirm. Worcester county Mass. takes K$Sapopooo of out material and turns out $87000000 of products every year paying $20000000 in wages. The most prosperous section of this World is (hat known as the middle states of this republic Their agricul- ture and manufactures arc in balance. Their shops and factories arc set amid rich artd ample acres and the result is such deep and diffused prosperity as no other section can show. Suppose' those states' had a monopoly of cotton iron and coal so disposed as to com- mand the world's markets and the treasury of the world's timber supply? The .mind is staggered in contemplat- ing on the majesty of the wealth and power they would attain. What have they thatt the south lacks ? Andto her these thi...

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

h.- -iMitMItt y i--!6- .. - "j " - YL K" mi ii ill -y ' Ar....liw 6m... hiiiH 11. j (!. iiIiJIIIIi t.im .Jtw Oinfinni Hughes Red & Co. Ya. OnttMMrott. .Gfo. P. FKilli. CAMERON & PHILLIPS IDEA.3jE)KS IN"' fl v v . V -DEALEES IN- W 'ft w ETaxcLTsr sural - .- .-... l..lll . -- -. !-.- T -r - ...-J..-i . r ... . I 'A.. r m f . iw JM y 1 Have just received a large shipment of the celebrated Havana 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 Pair was awarded 0. W. Lotspeich who planted his crop with a Havana Press sold him by us. ' "The proof of the pudding is chewing the bag. ' ' ' Cattle Shipments P C. Newton 6cars to Chicago Oct 27. C. M. Darling i ' car to Chicago Oct. 27. H. G. Dillhunty shears to Chicago Oct 29. ft.T. Gordon i car to Chicago Oct. 29. J. D. Crawford 3 cars t...

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

imiiWiiltwIiMnirtiinwMiiMHiM .faiimil.iMiA. Abilene Reporter. 1 roL. Vn. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING NOVEMBERS; 1888. NO. 461 u i.t..Ui i riJi IV M I BMO0RATI0 WATERLOO. All Hopes 9one And the Republic- ans Flushed With Viotory. r Harrison Oalna Largoly Oloveland'p J Minority South of Harlom River Not So Large as Expected by Ten Thousand Totes. 'ihe latest Eeturns Give Harrison a Plural- ity In Hew York Stato and Thereby Secures to Him the-Presidency Indianapolis Plumb Crazy V (itnil Knirel la Yen York t Hike Yot TorCtr. nil! 1 Cleir Caie f Sell Oat on tbe fart at Loetl rolMtltDi la Golliani Hllli Get Tbrre '" All nijlit-nU Majority lKdnccil. Nny York Nov. 6. Again the presidency hangs on the slender tliread of a few thousand votes in New York state. It seems now that it will cer- tainly" be Cleveland but the repub- licans are clinging wth.desperation to the little hope that is left and at 2 o'clock this morning are claiming the Tstate ''for. Harrison by 3000- The democrats are con...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 November 1888

7Jg'RJ VfMhf.- dmm. WWfcnNi-lwl4fcWy41h eJW. ? - . 4- . rt ti ' - H ft't mULUAMta l Ji X tl... ...... 11. ..yw-ii i'l 'imfii' ' '"'"I ' """" ' -' ' C t m n '" ' ' "..'.' ' ' V '" 1 '..T.ZZl F . I y yVlk. V V ' lNNI A T" OMWRCM DIWfCTORT. rim flAMUt Siiminr-eliool v-JX) n mice i iai ua.nt. mm hi .m. riml 8:Tt) n. in.s DrTei"-mct' In trttj WodncwlAy nlfcht. O. w. Smilii ttcibodltW FoUOh-Stmdfttf-iicliodl Bi.Tuiu m. msttIcch nt Mnm. ami H i. m( .lirnyer-raetitltip every WedtioWny evening at 8 p. m. 0. 9. McC'urm pmtor ' Church of ttio lltnrcnly Itel Service on Bundny htll n. m. nml Hiao . m cxccMltiK on tho second yupiUy: Wednesday mcnlhgs At H:j SuniUytchool At OssiO ai m. Flm Presbyterian; 9nniay.chool ovory filln- nay iivviion.m.ievrvicos iiraianu icronunn dayrf.In each InonUi At 11 iw in mm jm.l prrtycr-mct'tltitt ctcry Wcdnonday at 8:so tit. J. a. crolgmun pAtor. B!80 hlKht UhrUtlan Church HundayHichoot ovortr Sunday nt 0:80 a. m.; vertices crery first Bntitlny incacnmdntli atun.m...

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

b. Vfiv v i iiwMHwMHiM scientIipic. SMS: Our KVjr. Tile cbttboat Petrel is being built W the Columbia. Irdti vorks of Bfltiin6rcf. irtu js nearly complete in everarespect. None of her machinery villbc nut ub.oard priorttrlauncliinp as it 13 the fcdesirc of the contractrirs to liavc as Elittlc weight as'pi?ssiblc' on. tlie ways.. i Tfio boilers! and &ifcirtcs arc all ready land will be placed tin the ship very soon alter she is launched. 1 lie retrcl will be barken tine rig steel hull and of About 88$ tons displacement. She will carry1 fouf guns in her rriain battery besides several machine guns on deck It Is expected that the ship will be turned over to the government com- plete in. every respect about the. latter part of December. t The work on the Chicago still con- tinues at the New York yard and it is hardly probable that she will be put in . commission much before the first of vnext year. . The doubU; turrcted monitor Am- phitrite was lately taken out of the dock at Wilming...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 November 1888

lfaBM....(jLi y .Aj.jj 4WuUtaf -sayifce. Vj-U.-J jWiH'fr"'Wi.J iftii"TlyW"tjJ-f.My'ti g.'wMNtt;1 . ttlK f c; .L&h i rrfrC! rr ff MvHwilNW! ! ... J (II The Abilene .Reporter. . kjAlIshed at ABILKNJ5 - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY tiOV 9 1888. OZtf JiOENY JR. EDITOR. Sobictlptloa Xatei. One year . . . . F . 1 -.1 -H 3 $I.IJ0 oixrimmuis . iiiiiiii itlKHt 7S 40 Thrco montl11.11.. klltlMHlt Odite In Horiler Ilulldlnjr on Sennit Street. j. .. . Kntertxl nt tlio Abilene Texan PottolUce n . BccoihI-CUm Mall Mutter. "Frotection&w.ins. Mills -am r$yer$ are re-elected. "America is saved" so say the re- publicans. " Now is the winter of our (political) discontent." We have met the enemy and have been donp for. Mr Hill the have it in for you western democrats New York gives Harrison a plurality of over 7000. Mills is re-elected and Mr. Jones is a "sad but wiser man." Texas comes to the front with her usual "brutal" majority.- Tjie- republicans have elected three congressmen in St. Louts. In the nex...

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

V w HiOGXA-Xj 7xm 4 Pel $i Tlsw TMe rAsmouni)' rAs.lRN(iEH. "Arrf-w'i ......... ....i-JulitcxJ A. M r JJCfmitA ti.ki4.l.......ft.II25 " " ' WfcST-KOlWD MSSBMRR. Arrive. ..... . . ...... ....i. 3'34 lv M Dcpirls. .. ...... i... 3155 r. M. THE LARGEST STOCK OF Road Carts Buckboards Buggies PHaetonsv Carriages AND - cr .. . ' Hacks Ever broiigiit to West Texas are now for sale AT CAMERON & PHILLIPS ABILENE. Anew Catholic church is to be built at Clyde.- ' Capt. Maltbie Baird was in the city Wednesddy. 1 en Milton shipped three cars of cattle east Monday. Wrri Hittson shipped 17 cars of cat- tle to Chicago Thursday . - Cql. T. L. Odom shipped 7 cars of cattle to Chicago Tuesday. J. H. Parramore shipped 14 cars of cattle to Chicago Sunday. - " ' prank P. Chamberlain called on the Reporter Monday. Capt. T; C. Sterrett and A. W Mat- thews were callers at this office Monday- 'Vv" .. Leo 'Ashner representing Babcock Foot & Brown Dallas wasrin the city Saturday. " C;. V. Rogers shippe...

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

-f '"'' TTFK '"-'' yiWTSi'm''"p-0' i .....j.;;.. '.;.1ir . ; .. '- ..' '' w ' ' -' s".' ' "' '' ' " '"'l- n '' ' "' ' mi iBfiJiwagr-i - ititir'rT 'i r i . .- . -1 it i ' ! N I t i lit. i I ' '.. K evi; i&;i '- LJttl STOPK th Amti Therflnglibred v "The ArAb is a comparatively small horse. The horses of Egypt were in Salomons time n magnificent breed ranging about 1 6 hands. These were cmiy Used by royalty as chariot horses in. the &rmy. Probably they did not originate in Egypt but catnfc from Cappadpcio (famed for its fighting race of men and wonderful pastures ami marvelous horses) and onginatcly from the native home of the horse in the iiiil and Valley lauds Of Central Asia Th6 Parsian crarfdees and the rich men of Turkistan still possess a few of theso wonderful animals. It is quitiJ possible that Solomon imported a few' of these great horses to the Holy Land and that the fame of them spread through the desert country to the south and took form in legends which have been h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 November 1888

. iwmm$mmmlMmmm$mm$ . '?&M J ? l.v-" 'C V": v mFrj.rT.w&i riri ?.f. .' .' '' ""' rff.rei -'--' f ' i . t('''iwBv;" tmut imntim AiMSS'4hi4irKMmf mrrn7Tw v r rmw- ' " 1 t . i--.1. 1 THJ;fttVv Separ4fnff Milk. Only Cw0 principles arcHnvolVed in ic separation of the cream from the the milk of the fats from the. other ingre- dient. There1 is no mystery about it arid ho patent can change or do other Wise than use these principles. For- mcrlv. and now commonlv. the nrinci- pie known as gravitation did the work making this principle available in thti separation-of the cream from the milk are the foundation for all patents and contrivances for that purpose which have sprung intq existence during the last fifteen .Or twenty years;. That cooling the milk facllitatcd'tlie separa- tion of milk or "raising the cream' as it was called must have been early Mown. Hence niilk-houses supplied with cold Water frdhifu' spring' were common in the boyhood days of the writer. In some instances cold...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 November 1888

!U4 K 1 1 1 1 1 1 in -i . i a :i . ' Hi' m& If w IS I s tUo Ov Uw .J V o XA. jl. XtigkM. '' - x Wd mMt i .JvBh1 M "Till nontinue the Hardware business at our oil stand and wish the public for. the liberal patronage given us tViA YVfl.Rt and solicit a continuance of the same i Quarter Oak Stoves '). ! Blue Grass Sulky Plows Havana Press Driljs in fact the same well selected line of Hardware Stoves Agricultural Implements Etc. will alwaybe found at our store where we will be pleased tc sl;64w DEMO0RATI0 WATERLOO. 'Qdtitinuedjrom-first page. including Cook show? majorities for v Harrison pf'38943. Cleveland 19 373. The remaining 18 counties in 1884 gave Blaine 5884 ahdClevelands6542.. Assuming that these eighteen .counties ;are not fully reported and give the same. re.suu as m 100$ mvoiu-vw.... now give a plurality for Hanison of isia1 It is safe to say that Ham- soh& plurality" wilt be about 19000 - California. San I'rancisco Nov .7 The re- turns throughout California are comi...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 November 1888

--- ; '- ---'- -" ..'..... f- ' ' I li m II ml I " i II" ' 'i. ii.-"- " ' " ' ' .HI il I li I;. Inn i hi i i Hi . .. .. - T . - ...- 'JSv The Abilenw Reporter. Jlrbli. WT . ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNDfo NOVEMBBE 10 1888. .'. tfO.'tt '"''. " ' ' ' : M : ' ' ' -' . . ' ' ' ....'Ji.. - '. 1 ! '. EFFECT OlTTHJd SOUTH p . '.WluU tke eoreniori of Hlne'Sotttkern States Thlak of tka Outlook for the South. .. . ?". .:.t-.er4- uuv. luwki) ur aiississiwi ! Mr 'Cleveland defeat is a"grcat disappointment and a severe bloy to the democratic party He deserved a better fate. The cause of the disaster existed at the north and .is attributed ; in ar great measure to two things. His course in rcgaru 10 me ciyu service 'and' his advocacy of a revision of .the . tariff. The former produced dissatis faction and divisions tri the party and I' the latter was misrepresented and per- verieu uy ins opponents aim pruuuecu alarm amonir those who enjoyed the I benefits of the present exorbitant tariff. TM efrect ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 November 1888

pmtgAiMML.'i 'tM'jy" i x - Urn iwiHiilM 111 ma 1 1. JT Jtit'i..iMii fniiiirtMlyi'iii'MiWwl mec&ilv mzzzh iLAWWI5v.-'l 'I 4. . B.I..-..1-W - MMllBMftJMAiaiafc..... . . " -W" o I f J ! A' m I . .. ! i- : . W-- j.j iij .1 H 1.1 11 hi ' 'i'... -..ii - """ " r t. 1-f: "V l .. u-4 :u.:!v.." '. ' ' m. &mtokW1&m p ttiiK ltW StwtilHT-chool. 9'M M . tn.t "trttj miia-m. imno!Sii) m.t Drwrcr-mc aneMay ufght. u. w. Bmlth et-inp JCMfaxlttt South-Stitutay-Mliool 4:ia roj MTHMN M II lb M. ftud 8 p hi. prayiMnecilnfC 5r.We4nwiiy evening at 8 p m. C. B. .JtatS w pMtor. OtrareH of lh Heavenly ftert-fecrvW brt Ihmd? at u n. w. and fitmi p. m. excepting; on tfc aecofld Sunday: Wednesday orcnltiKt at 8:W; 8ndaychool nt arm) a m. ln Freirtiytortan Snnithy-ehool every flnti- day MBt4fl a.m.; nervine ifrstand (econdBim- day in each month at 11 a. mand Diso p.HM'ptaycr-mcotlnR; every Wednesday night Al8tSii. m. J. Ai Crclghton pastor. ChrfMran . Church Bundnychool eiery Sunday MDtMa. tn.tetyico e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 November 1888

?w& tFft '. rmih trirfft!;i"3&-'rw7L"' y f tt v .' T J V J )( XVf-Aj. ?MgW S JwnUJRJ fpsjim a " i ''Yp1' J HOUSEHOLD. Calinwy Xlp. Waffles. -Three curm of milki one Brent tooefe&it of liutter 01W egg three f..bL 4f Mia MM 1 Jo. - -.! A' A' M.f - . A- and two teftiqpooiuW of cream of tar- )JR$ BaIIs JPaimd yelk of hard- boiled cgS hWfcke ii Jiadte with one uncooked yetk roll into small balls cOvk in bdtliig water ihreeftiinutesj then .make a delicate addition to broth 'of any kind by boiling. m liquor instead of hotnffjflctfcrfeftlHt'.. Veal Croquett8-Take very finely rniriced veal and moisten it with cream and a beaten egg season with salt and sweet majoram and a little mace form into small cones cither with the hands or by putting the mixture into a wine glass crumb the outside and fry or set in the oven and hake basting fre- quently vith buter. Pumpkin Pie. One pint of stewed pumkin one teaspoonful each of cin- namon ginger and salt four eggs three pints of milk three ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 November 1888

.... . II fW ' i idwMS-S-k .. . J r . j ..i.-.jjj -n 1 .iiinBsswSwDwV fp " p ' r"l tm 'wwwwK on bb ' '1H . $81 1 .--' Ii" .' l 'WfflKI ire r -"""" : krx KMf4 m Jl WJ l-t 'swa kr. IT ' mt 1-7 . siii r w&l k Til. CWflllVkl . ': ii ?7. ' d-'A r I EM ."'St. H 4T !' f :pi4li a . Tsy.'v 1 .J1 mm-' "I i4lT.i 4SW 'N i'SJ iti J I 1 to-l 1 KV-M0)tf ' ' 3T :..";.. . V jf ! wmy i' a I ' fflHFIllTVAV. Nnv vt Tflnn Kf trlwwf ft.' Wr.t. 'J Sf- aiLV lMti.1. Ill Mufti.. -' .. -.11..' f f)r-1 -ifX All P $iSo ut((tikititviiiiiMi 75 Jtionthr ..................... 40 'A irUw.jllftiWifig on !3eCoil Street. brtHl si th Abilene Toxiu-ronlomco in RConci-ci mmi Matter. fhat Texas' wants Js deep .'Watery it wantft it bad. . . $8! lhcJBaird Starjs now an all-home- . Gilliland. flic St. Louis Republic has about .worst dish of crow to eat of any ber in the west. x 1 'r- - -. . . Some of our contemporaries! say w York is safely democratic. . In r opinion New York' js'11 safely jithing.':- T.imtviflnu ntirl tV...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 November 1888

n ffMJ- . st.v V C; M 'ii ""'" .( i-i v . "." r j M U" m ! Hi. Ih. .!!! .III I.-I..II. NA I.I.I I i TfMA(( ncllk Lmlllwe Table . eXs EAST-nOUJJD.tAfcSRNOBK. .1 UfaVtt ives'i .i t ; . . ii;oo a. m WpJT-npUNri'rAssWdfciu ' .. tlvcs t ....... i 334 ' ' pdrii. ! ...... ...... 3!SS ' ' tip J STOCK OF ioad Carts i .f-" . TSr. Buckboards Buggies Phaetons "& ' "' :.' f :". Waff. I w vAND- Hacks Ever brought to West Texas are now for sale AT tIATIEROH PHILLIPS ABILENE. Mrs. iAiM.FRbbertson. is visiting m. . Baird. " "' . . JPure ribbon cane molasses at .Roberts & Mackechney's; . ;' 46-1 Butler Bros. Anson spent Tuesday in this city . . . Buy your corn oats" bran and hay from J. M. Radford: 46-1 - 1 ' ' LAMEST W ' '. Col J.T. Berry has returned from. fM&- A.marill6'f John Pratt reports a Very nifijK me WIIUC Ull 1113 ClClll UIJ l-.ll. "Einest Trish potatoes in the land at Roberts &: Mackechney's. 46-x Mr.:H. Ivlpsenbacher spent. seyeral days of .last week in" Baird. 11 Holland...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 November 1888

..H" fo T 0 Mm 'V . -if " - O Ksfe 3S-- I-? Sysi. ". ' ' -. .. s I'M il i iVi i A' common error in planting fruit titewjii in setting them tod cloddy fepdally apple trees. TKe south suffers more from this practice than Any othefc section. The reasons for this iuicHkl policy are ignorance of haturfcl laws governing the growth of vegetation the persistence and per' stuwivencss of canvassers who wish to seU as many trees as possible and the ambition to nave-marry vanctics on a small plat of ground. The evil effects are not perceptible at first. While the trees grow rapidly. and the roots arc comparatively small no bad results arc apparent. But when the trees have come to bearing age the result dis- appoints and disheartens all who arc led into this fatal blunder. In the south where warmth and sunshine dc- ' 'mand more moisture and plant food to sustain the tree during a long period of growth together with fruit produc- tion and trees and vines should be set so as' to avoid the robbery ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 November 1888

' " y Xf ;VJTili -'?T ;" '?WU"'M"' i;. ' ' 'Ii I POULTftY Ji. for it WoBMin'i Jrailtry jam. Supposing thai? tins faWrjhalrtio4" ie ideas ; uiai sue means to Keep hens "going iii" for winter eggs for a niOdest number of early ens though not trying to rival the t "broiler" establishments; if she control of three or four.acrcs of lit drv. sunnv soil she lias the nower "getting her own living" ih a very easant state of life. -She will heed separate quarters for early chickens but the main body flier arrny should be put in rnovable buses about .10 hens in each the louses making a settlement on one- lalf Of her land. If there is a stone rail around the land it can be made to ielp in the matter of fences for chick ens will not otten cross a inch stone vail. Wire fencing is the best of all. Che chickens evidently feel nearer free- ioiri when they cannot sie their prison jars. It has been truly said that 500 liens not fenced are a "disorderly mob" jut to build a separate run for each flock o...

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