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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 8 April 1892

THE TEXAS & PACIFIC K.IIj"V7".A.12r EL PASO EOUTB. The direct line to Shreveport and New Or- '. leans to Texarkana Memphis St. Ioula the North and East and to all points & in Texas Old and New Mexico Anion. Oolorada and j'J California. W r ih .The Favorite IJne via Sacrimento to Orecan 'i ana Washington. i .. . . ......... . unir nneoiiennir cnoico 01 route to ooinut in ' the South-East via Texarkana. Shreve- port and New Orleans. V W.U n Take "The St. Louis Limited" Between Fort Worth and St. Louis. The fastest time between Texas and the I North and Ejsu Doable Daily Line of Pullman Palace Sleep ing Cars through to St. Louis via the IEON MOUNTAIN ROUTE. Through Sleeping Cam between New Or- leans and Denver and St. Louis and El. Paso. For rates tickets and all information ap- ply to address any of the tickets agent or O. P. Fogon B. W. McOullough Trav. Pass.Agt. Gen 1 Pass. Tk't Ag"!. JNO. A. QBA.NT 3rd Vice Pros. Dallas Texas. Grooming the Farm Horse. A horse that get withi...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 8 April 1892

?5fWF? IQfflflWWffi? r irf- "i ii " Thfc Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED At iJWLENE - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY APRIli 8 i8qj. innfcii'iL - .- .1. ..wlu X - itti33C5C Offtf UOEtfY JR. Editor. aZ!Z23 - ii Tjx i mfri . jji lg t WSfcdtn KhTOrtiw llullding on Second Street. JCatcrl at th AMlene. Texas Poelofflce a 8etxnt-Clus Mali Jlalter. Subscription Eatei. &e year. ... . .. ti 5'i50 Six months ........ ............... 7S Three month.... 40 Texas &nd Paelfle Lotsl Tint. Tablt KAST-tlOUNU rASSRNOSR. Arrives... ...................10:40 a. M. Departs..... 1 1:05 A. l WEST-BOUND PASSENGER. Arrives 4108 p. H. Depart. ...... 4:30 P.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR SHERIFF; J. VI CU.N.NI.N'GltAM The insane asylumat Terrell now contains suhundred and thirty fve pa dents. If there is a peoples party ticket for state officers put out this year. It is thought G. Wash Jones will head it. A lumbermen's trust was organized at Macon Ga. Tuesday with a cap- ital of $30030000 and includes all the milling fumes in the...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 8 April 1892

' mr "wj ; '"fi J- 1 ' " 7"" f" T T'Wfff &' T at- pit -i w w wjww thp irr - pfij wjj- tMtT'JsJ (B 'I ( nMI Hfcl" H - llil I II I i 1111 I tilnl III llli ll J V ' . y" T' - 'i . From the Innocent Babe to the Grand Sire We can Fit and Clothe them all any age or shape. I I H l I DRESS has a moral effect upon the conduct of mankind. i rim inrii J1 ' "' .. I OUR prices and treatment have a pleasant effect upon the minds of our patrons Base Ball and Bat given away with every Boy's Suit sold free. Pyramids of high art clothes are here for your approval. Ideals of styles fit and finish the values of which are all agreeable surprises. All that is new and popular in shades material and workmanship. We want you. to see 'em. Dry Goods. WEIL'S Boston Store. Clothing and Shoes. Rcad.E. Weil's new advertisement to-day. II. J. Morgan St. Louis was here ycstcrday. : - . -. The only good cigar "The Enc'ar. nato" .it the Gilt Edge. i ' Get your base ball and bit at Weil's free with every boy's sun...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 8 April 1892

tt CITY DIRECTORY. MG&XT 40C2ZTIKS A Commandcry No.t7. Knight Temp- mran im aiaieu ronciaTe in ineir atjiiiw rAtoor rrtner A Itrcve building comer acoona ana rum ttrcctfc on tne eoo:.a 1 ntfftlt In i-h month. Vlalllntr Sir M cordially IhtlMM to attend. J. O. Cimnit Kin. Commander. a !Unm.lttcorler. Alrikne Chapter So. WK 1U a! M. IloMe IU aweaeontocatloni iheecond Friday night lu mtk month In their halL third floor. Porter and HrHa building rorner Tine and North Pecond V. S. 0. Jonioir Secretary C.W. Roikbth M. K lUr. AMfeno Ixxlw No.. P. and A. M.-IIoldslu COtnmnnieaiioni we nm Minnie nmni month In their halL third floor I'orter rrc bulldliiK. comer Pine and North Sec stroeu. V.s.O.Jono!c.ecretatT B. POOK W. M. J. CO F Meet every Tuesday night In tho 3Cf P. bull. All tUlvlnj brethren cordially in- el to attend W. II Tmrr N. G. J W. lUm-tox. Secretary. 6Urof the Wot Lodge No 4S. K. of P. Meet f crrThunlay er minx at Ita Cutle IlalL Vltt--loiTKtiljthfc cordially luTited to attend...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 8 April 1892

Sww1"'-- wTTT' f 'f!fi-'l7Vr-'9Xr&J-''r't': ' -' ' ft A Shoof of Famous Horses. We have n horse shoer at Warren Parle that has done gome work in. horse shoes whi'h belongs to art instead of mechanics says the Terre Haute Ga- zette. He is i'cter Ncilsen wlio shoes Build Noble's horses. He served an nporcmiceship of five years without wagei in Denmark to acquire the thor- oughness and devotion to his trade which belong to the old world mechan- ic educated under the indenture sys tem He has about completed a line of shoes for exhibition at the World's fair .which shows the exquisite finish and beaUtv of the most artistic metal work and embodies all the points required in shoes fur fast horses for all contin- gencies. It is safe to predict that this set will be demanded for the cabinet of some technical institute or the vet- erinary annex of a university as a standard to be studied. We learn from Mr Neilsen that the horse shoer sometimes carries out trip suggestion of the driver or ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 8 April 1892

....IA.rf.rU... .K. -4(i .M'im4t i.finrftlPn. -. V" - w-tp-. o s ) 1 if 4 i' i .1 4 S tl :1 i Presbyterian Charch.pLJ Services next Sunday ApnlJJioth mottling and cveirng. KcV Jantes A Creighton the former pastor Of the church who is attending the meeting of 1'rcsbyiery at Colorado City this "week will return to Abilene on Satur- day and Till the pulpit on Smith' as Announced above. The Now Water Works. Woik on the water works improve- ments is' being pushed with a'J the speed the large force of men employed can make. A long line of six inch pipe lias been lard on South Fourth street since Monday and now the pipe is distributed on the north side prepar- atory to laving the mains there. The rains this week interfered sdmc with the work but everything was moving nicely yesterday. . Hew Railroad. Mr. Editor: 1 will start (from Buffalo Gap to Abilene) the freight train before long the train will be my yellow wagon the chgine will -be my bay horses and the conductor will be myself this t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 April 1892

f"; T"J J7"W M Sl'k'l -' Jf4 ' A. The Abilene Reporter l i i i VOL. XL ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORN TNG APRIL 15 1802.. NO. 16. FT" fr 11 i V1 Hon. C. M. Rodgers has announced as' a candidate for lieutenant governor. On the Clark platform. One thousand bales of cotton were burned at Navasota Texas Sunday morning mostly covered by insurance. Hun L N. Roach of Weatherford is spoken of as a candidate for the Fort Worth division of civil court of ap- peals. It is rumored that Jay Gould has purchased the Pecos Valley railroad and will extend it north through New Mexico Tom M. Bowers of the Texas Icon- oclast has formaly announced himsdf as a candidate for the office of lieu- tenant governor. There arc 520 horses on the ground in attendance in the spring race meet- ing at Memphis Tenn. which opened Tuesday. G. V. Sink? the last of President Sam Houston's cabinet died at Gid- dings. Texas Friday at the advanced age of eighty years. An unknown man accompanied by two fine greyhounds was run ove...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 April 1892

I'l'll ( CITY DIRECTORY BXORST 10CIXTIM AMlena Commsmlen' No. 17. Knlghu Temp- W holds iu taled ftinclart In their asylum vra noor voner hwtw uuuuhim "; orth Second and rinft streets on ' Bdsy nlftnl in taen monin. lining ok niscoroiauy inTimi tuainjmi. . it. . tnpi. Km. Coramander. tio a lUnBis.'ltccordf r. Abllehe Chapter No. 1W. IU A. M.-Holds Its taedoonTO-atlon the second Friday night In S month In tholr hall third floor. Porter and Seres tmlldlng. t omer Pino and North Second strttta. W. K O. Joi5tM. Sccretarf. C. W. HOSXRTS M. K. IU V. Abilene I-odge No 9 P. and A. M.-lloldslts stated commanloallom the. first Saturday night feeach month In their halt third floor Porter MS Rntm bnlldlne. comer Pine and North Sec- v streets. V. . O. Jouxsoi. Secretary. a. D. Oook V. M. l".f. O.P. Meets every Tuesday night In the KTor P. hall. All Tlnltlng brethren cordially In- vited to attend. W.U.TnJrrN.O. J. W iurm!r. Secretary. Stsrof the Wert Lodge No. 43. K. of P.-Meeu terrThursday eyenln...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 April 1892

liR5!fV7r7ffW' WTPWWW!? ifr'1"1 " f. iu . ' i? ?- '' 4 l" 'V. A 'V nr " .' 1 j si. i IV - i '- V l .1 J jr Tle fed Jtor We are determined to sell the best goods for the least money. 25 yards of Gingham for $ 1. 00. 20 yards of Oil Red Calico for $1.00. Three Spools of Thread for 10 cents. Towels and Table Cloths going at 1-2 the usual price. Tin Glass and Queensware cheaper than ever heard of. We also wish to call your atten- tion to our Millinery Department. We have just received a nice line of Millinery consisting of Hats Caps Ribbons Elc. Etc. We will sell you Ladies Hats in the latest styles trimmed to order for about 1-2 the usual price. Call and sec us we will show you through with pleasure whether you intend to purchase or not. THE RED STORE Easter Costumes. Various and brilliant as the crocuses andjulips popping up their blithe lit- tlestieads in our flower beds are the new spring colors; while it is almost enough to give a fashion student a brain fever to try to remember th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 April 1892

f'"VS lr?yy-sf':i"MiiiPlT'1 "Trvfy TrT'' "'WtT"-' Trjdf-T-j w " m The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT iJIELENE - . - TEXAS. FRIDAY. APRIL 15. Soa. JOHN IIOENYs JR. Editor. Office In RKroRTtR Building on $cond Street. Sauted t the Abilene. Texas PoMbttloe as Pceoml-CU Mull .Mutter. Subscription JUtei. One year Six months.... Three month. .$1.50 75 40 Texas and Paelfle Local Time Tabls. EAST-BOUND PASSE.VOER. Attires. .......10:40 a.m. Departs.. ...... ....... IIS05 A. M WESTBOUND rASSKNCEJU Arrires ........... 4:08 r. M. Departs.... 4:30 r. u. ANNOUNCEMENTS KATES FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OFFICE. Congress ....$25 00 State Senate. 15 00 Representative.... 1500 District 10 00 County 5 00 Frcdnct ...300 The above rates do not include price for marries on ticket which will be $t.oo. No candidate's name wilt be put on tickets.for less than price oi announcement and $1.00 for same on ticket. FOR SHERIFF: J.V Cunningham. FOR DISTRICT AND COUNTY CLERK. DayiuJ. Red. To tub voters or Taylor. County...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 April 1892

WrlPJWifTSr"r"'''-' Wl'VM'XtirFrrQ v" y mn -v H. . rW u . Jl I . v 'A .'. . .;: I' tar Special Sale S. LOCAL To the Public. M. J. (Mary Jane) Cox is now with the Reporter as local man and so- licitor. He will receive subscriptions make advertising contracts etc. All y business given to him will be promptly .attended to and our friends will confer a favor by giving Mr. Cox such local pointers as will assist him in his work. Respectfully Abilene Printing Co. L. Caperon Saturday. returned from Dallas Go to Gus Ackermans for pure whis- kies wines and cigars. T. 0. Anderson was confined to'his room with fever Monday. Mr. Gildmacher left for his home in Calusa Co!. Friday evening. - M. Marx has sold his interest in the Pioneer mills to J. P. Massie. Patronize the Abilene collar factory and help support a home enterpiise. tf '1 Call at the Arcade lor pure whiskey and fine wines. W. A. Gray. io-tf 1.- .. .- 1 11 ' Bellebrook Edgewood Paxton and Cuvier Club whiskey at Geo. Graves tf Money to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 April 1892

' MWWNwllililipiMilpti''iijj;jjiKijhtttfcy.'f- .r"SamK-XM-lrJiAJtmtmim'lfm' r" I ii nill w7T7TlTTwI!5!r7tlJTl!!! eUAUC-NO MILCH COWS It Tajr lo Feed Cowi Grain When On Pasturapol TTie experiment station of Cornell university ha conducted three expert meats carried through a$ many seasons fctthe purpose of determining whether K is profitable to feed grain to cows when on good pasture. The first two experiments were made at the station on lots of three cows each the cows being in good condition and running on good pasture. A some objection was raised agatnst the test on the ground that the pastures used were too hcli and tne cows too well fed to show the best results from grain feed -iag fa. the; summer time the experiment of 1 89 1 was transferred to a herd of sixteen jerseys and jersey grades be longing to Messrs. C. M. and XV. L Bean of McCmwviIIc N. Y. This herd had been accustomed to only a aaodcrate grain ration in winter and never had any grain in summer. This herd divided into...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 April 1892

IST . l Xesourcea and Possibilities of Texas. By Richard II. Edmonds tn Manufacturers Record. In any way you look at it. Texas it a very great and very remarkable state. i Everybody lias heard of its size of the ' fact that it contains 274.000 sou arc j miles or 17 5000000 acres and eery- body has seen the comparison of its area with that of a number of European countries which has often gone the rounds of the press. These figures and comparisons do not convey an ade- quate idea of its vastness. Let Us take a few others that will help to show how bfg Texas is. Entering the state at Orange on the Southern Pacific railroad in a through car bound from New Or leans to Ban Francisco. you can travel a thousand miles on the same road in a line as straight as the usual "air line road" before you cross the borders at El Paso. And when you have reached El Paso you are 500 miles nearer to California than you are to Orange 1 On the Texas & Pacific you can also L travel in n strnfirht lln nl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 April 1892

re i i t I t T i f 1 i i t 1 t i 1 J f4 '3 13 LI' a 1 I 1 Dont Give Your Order Until z " f "-.. ii. i ... fi'Hr s 3PJ & I ff ' m. i"U- l - ' ' ' . .ill tft.ay i. I i '. SJ. . r ...: -a ""M ltl ! : fr . - -..' ki at NjarvM iur I - wllw rFIHHR i' LL """P""" jTmih ittilii nrr n 11 11 iTiHWrTf j t " '--?wKS5:'.. wwrVTrf4aIV"BSeer1 t ' Sold by Horie Botes. Isham Harris who is raising some good horses Was here Saturday. Pete Hirey was in towo Tuesday. He is in favor of- organizing a. breed- er's association and having a regular meeting every month or two. ' J. R Welch came in from Pilot farm Monday. He is still using his ' crutches. Baird had a. very good horse show kVst weel Nothing stimulates the breeding iriferest more than horse shows m& good live breeder's associations. If the men who axe interested in the jnproverneut of the horse in the Abi- Jiene country will organize a- breeder's ssocution they can soon make the crvkej of their horses appreciated by Asaonstrating to their...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 April 1892

f ""TWC 'I 'TIMV' The Abilene Reporter VOL. XI. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORN tNG APRIL 32 1892-. ? NO. 17. PHSSPJRPPivSB I i. w k'. 4.. . At P T k iftf rlr Weathcrford celebrated San Jacinto day on a large scale. The Union depot was burned at Demson Sunday morning. Stale superintendent Carlisle says he will authorize no more than forty Ave normals this year. There ts an ice war on at Weather- ford and ice is selling at twenty. five cents per hundred pounds. ----- George Ackerman Kansas City was struck uy lightning and wa instantly killed at his resrdence'm that city. s Heavy midwinter storms wererc- ported in Europe on the i8th inst.and great damage done to fruit and garden crops. The West Texas press association is strictly a business organization and every newspaper man in this section should join it. The military authorities will take no action in the case of Capi. Bourke of the third cavalry until after the civil proceedings against hunare concluded. Walter E. Shaw charged with the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 April 1892

"Wf ' JL i ' i ' CITY DIRECTORY SECRET SOCIETIES AMlono Commandery No. tT. Knight Temp- lar hold" lt ttatel cvnclata In thelf asjlutn ttlnl floor Porter A lime building. ontw JtorUt Beeoml amll'lneMntt. on tu wotU onrtay night In Men tannin. Milling Sir KalfttU cordially InTlied ru attend. J Q. Cl'MMR. Kin Commander. 0o. C. lUmiia.Heeorder 4.lleu Chapter Sa.TM.lt. A. M.-lIolda IU Mld convocation theacconrt KrWar night In Mk month In (heir hull third floor Porter and 5Sea bnlldlng comer Pine and orth Second MrceU. W. K O. Ioiixmik. Secretarr. C. W. Robkat. M.B. IK P. . AWIene Lodge No to.. nd A. M.-IloMlU MMed oomniunlwulon tbellrt Saturday night tah month In their hall iblrd floor Porter MM Koovf d building corner Tine and Sorth Sec- tori! Mrtets. VVS.O.Jonsoi. Secretary. I.O.O.V.-Meeu every Toeaday night In the. tof P. hall Alt visiting brethren cordially In- VMM to wiend. . w.u. mirr . u. J. W. lUnrtox. Secretary. Sterol the Wel Lodge No 44. K. of P. Mti vary Tbnraday evening at I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 April 1892

h if t ft J v PROFIT IN GRAPE CULTURE TWO HUNDRED AND FIBTY PER CENX PROFIT PAY8 WELLy Texas Grape Cnlturlsts Here Are Somo Faots for You; Yon Have tho Olimato and Soil Small Fruits. In a puiier on "How Grapes Pay" read before the West Michigan horti cultural Society A. H. Smith of tiw Paw said; "In the spring of 1885 I planted tooo Concord grape vines with a view of seeing how cheaply 1 could grow grapes. The location was high and free from late frosts but not steep enough to wash soil a strong gravelly loam which would produce 25 bushels of wheal or 100 bushels of corn to the acre A clover sod was turned under and fitted as for corn marking 4 by 4 feet and one-year-old vines set at every alternate mark Two weeks later com was planted ex- cept at the hiarks where vines had been set. The field was kept thoroughly cultivated and hoed the rest of the sea- son and the corn gathered mote than paid for the cultivation. The second spring the vines were staked and corn again planted. In ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 April 1892

rr 'i M"' T V k t . t k - 1 M n .j r 'prviT?Tn')f; I the Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT LABXLMB - - - TEXAS. JRtDAY APRIL aa 189. .' ..:.. . !;'.' .2sss. JOHN HOENY JR. Editor. IM'' 1 ' ' lUic fat RxroRTX Building on Second Strett. at the Abilene. Tern Portofflc coo(id-CUsa Mall Matter. eriptloa XaU. (Om yer...... ...4... Ji.so 'Ibcwicmthi .......... 75 TWt month... ............ 40 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1mm and Patlfle Uc&lTun TaMa. EAST-BOUND PASSING. IOUOA. M. BfrU..... .i...IIt05 A. M jf WtST-BOUND rASSXNCUU lAnirti.......i 4:08 r. m. :Dfaits........ 4:30 p.m. ANNOUNCEMENTS RATES FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR . OFFICE. fCongreM.. ....... j.. ........l4$a5 00 Stale Srnate.. ... ...i. ...... .... 1500 RprccnutiTe.... ........ 15 X District . . .. in nr. 'iOmAj ....... ........ S 00 iINdM. ...... ...... 30O Tke above rate do wot include price for mac on ticket whiehjrill be $1.00. No tKdte name will lc put on tickets for less . 4wa price of announcement and $1.00 for : on ticket. SlIERIFFt J....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 April 1892

' o rr- $kk -- - ' L II III - -- Mi I A Change Now in ordir from Hidium to Light Wilfjit SUMMER CLOTHING STRAW HATS AND UNDERWEAR WEIL'S Boston Store. The Best Cheapest and Most Reliable dispensers of Eeady-to-Wear Clothing for the stronger sex. Are able to show you the popular things in Coats and Vests con- sisting of Sessiliants Drap-deta Mohair and Serges in the newest shades and makes. Straw Hats for Men Boys and Children all of this sea- sons produotions are now exhibited on our tables and selling fast. Special Shoe Bargains. We have secured a big sample line of Oxford and Southern Tie Shoes from the manufacturer at 60 cents on the dollar and will sell them to you while they last at the same proportion. Ladies' Oxford Ties and Opera Shoes worth $1.60 to $175 for $1.00. Btaoy Adams Shoe finest fitters and best Shoo in America. Handled by us ex clusively. Just received a new shipment of above. Men's Southern Tie and Prince Albert calf Shoes Well worth $2.60 will be in this sale a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 April 1892

vS!S!vvK5V-ir !"r.' T ;;v 1 1 ' .r ii TOM POMERS rPV"f7rT"' pilot parm.rH-.f Je.aQi? $2- ' :' :' . :V. v ';::mA:m':: VBk. YBfehk. m 10 D iapee. a By Imported Billet dam Anna Lexington; By Loxington. :-1460:- J. '1 M T0M POWERS is a handsome niahoganny bay sixteen hand high and was bred by S. Powers of Decatur. III. Springfield. Mo. who gave nim the name 1 0111 Powers. IK1 is registered- in Brace's American Stud Book as General Grant Mr. Epperson Sold hun to McDanie) & Little of Carthage Mo. TOM POWERS Is lh ire pfa ntlmber ofvciy fatt hore among them lite mare Sur- prise VrUd won nine ratios t St. Louis lst seftsttn running the half In 47 second and five eights in I too minute flst. This mare whose dam was short-bretl elicit while east from the effects of a kick received from a stable companion. It it not necevwry to ccilly call attention to the Pformantesof the get of Tom Powers sire Imported Uillel. for every patron of the turf is familiar with them. As a family of racers they...

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