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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 April 1892

K vr T Advioje to Woioir If you would protect vourseH from Painful Profuse 'Scanty Suppressed or Irregular Men- struation you must use BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR CUnTKiWTiM-x April 26 1880. m.tm win fxjkrtlrv Hint two membora of my Immediate family after having Bartered for year irom pinhuui f.lnrfrmted TltllOUt bent rual IrreKUlarltn benefit br physicians itely cureu br one bottle ni urn 1H Aila I'emnln Ucssulator. Ill . 1vtth nAmniAtAlvRiirnubT effect la truly wonderful. J.w.Stbakoi. Book to - WOMAN M mailed 7IIEE whteh oonUlu valuable Information on all female dlaeaaes. BPADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA. OA. MOM BAXJB BT i DXVaQiaTB. World's Fair Notes. Intending exhibitors at the expos! tion can get the general rules and reg- ulations for exhibitors and the special u regulations In the department or de- ' partments in which they may be par- ticularly interested by addressing Director-General Davis. A new directory was elected by the exposition stockholders on April a. With seven...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 April 1892

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 April 1892

"rf v tf ffi A THE ABILENE REPORTER VOL. XI. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING APRIL 20 1802. NO. .18. " w if' ')' . UP 4fr i The new law of Missouri provides 1 for the sale oi vagrants which adds considerable to the state's revenue? Howard count was the second county in the state to elect delegates to all the conventions and its delegates to the state convention are instructed for Clark. Senator Mills has finished his book entitled "Protection and Plutocracy" and it will soon be in the hands iof a publisher It will no doubt have a great sale in Texas. The body of a dead soldier named Webb was found on an island in theJRio Grande near Eagle Pass Texas Saturday. He had been dead several days when found. J. M. Boyer was arrested in Weath- erford Saturday on the charge of kid- napping the little four-year-old daugh- ter of Mrs. Weil of that city. He made bond and was released. The race for congress in Senator Mills' old district between Judge Ger- ald and Lieut-Gov. Pendleton is get- ting w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 April 1892

' Tr'JTTT ' J -. v-;Mr f 5 w yr ' i't-'iy tr fl"" t'VC'"'" T" vt UH)fTipfT'7';TV" vrT-'-fftT- -f V U iim i.i n.i ;s TOM POMERS " 1 " " tyjpT Ftepo Dfiapee Pilot farm .f 5635017 '92 If lip rtii BH'lit dim Anna Ltxinttoit By Lexington. ?rwp7 - wtyfmipv - it & t i TOM POWERS is a handsOrrte mahoganny bay sixteen hands high and w bred by S. Powers of Decatur. III. He was sold to a Mr Epperson of Sposfcfield Mo. Who gave him the name Tom Towers. He- is registered fn Bruce's American Stud Book as General Grant Mr. Epperson sold him to McDaniel & Little of Carthage Mo. TOM POWERS Is the irt of A numbtr of very fist horse among them the mare Sur- jKttewho won nine races tSt Louis hut season running the half In 47 lecond and five cWVwin lioorntnute flat. This mare whose dam was shott-bred died while cask from-the Hfects of a kick received from a stable companion. It M not necessary to specially call attention to the performances of the get of Tom Powers' sire Imported. Itilet. for ev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 April 1892

FJWrW?rjr'jmw-':i t l ( rr 11 & "I'm 4 f Ajdyioe to Womek If you would protect yourself from Painful Profuse 'Scanty Suppressed 'or Irregular Men- struation you rriust use BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR GAnTBIWVILT.B April SO 1880. mrtlrr that two members of m This vrill certify that two members of mjr Immediate family after having Buttered for 7 bel ear Rom jionnrnai irrci irulnritr. fliM 4mmi1 wlflinut hAnAflt lir Til phrslclaD were at lenath completely cured by pne bottle. otWrdfleida Vemaio iierriiiaior. iw effect U troly wonderful J w. Hiiu.ua t. Dook to " WOMASf M milled FllEK. which contains Taluable information on all female dUeatea. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. ATLANTA CA. jtob BJ.ZE bx Aiiti jutuaaiara. World's Fair Dotes. The number of men working on the exposition buildings is now more than 6003. On some of the buildings work is proceeding day and night- Prince George of Wales who if he lives will someday be king of England will visit the exposition a cablegram from London...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 April 1892

Pi B5RWWR??!SM?I!SSrv'J?7'5i 'r7v'fl;K'-'ijTyrJJ TWtPWt?- l A u I The Abilene Reporter. I. It i) SHn ...... PUBLISHED AT ABtLENE - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY ATRIL S9ri89. yOAAf HOBNY JR. Editor. 0ce In Retortkk II oilding on Second Street. Matered at the Abilene. Ttiti rostofflce as ttecond-Claw Malt Mstter. SuVstriptlon. Xatts. ow year .. . .. ..........$'5 wmk nonths 4. .. ...... 75 TWee month........ 40 Texas aad Paelne local Tim Table. CAST-BOUND pASSKNOKR. Acrivef. .... 10:4a a. u. parts ....11:05 a. m WKST-BOOND rASStNCM. ArHret.. 4108 r. m. Depart 4:30 P.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS RAJES FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OFFICE. Congress... $jj 00 State Senate...... 1500 Representative 15-00 District.... 10 oq County .....;.... 5 00 rtednct ....... ...... ....... ... 300 The above rates do not include price for names on ticket which will be $1.00. 'No candidate name will be put on tickets for less than price of announcement and $1.00 for JMrne on ticket. JOR SHERIFF: JiV. Cunningham. FOR DISTRICT AND COUNT...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 April 1892

fWfWf " T 1- - 4& iMMaMliA '.'? "' A . f - i r v "CH ?i-TJITwl'fl'f "JTCywflf'.?"'WlW;'JlfW i jf 'tor Vi 'A M ;' : v- 7 i c ' v ? H A Change Now In order from Medium to Light Weight SUMMER CLOTHING STRAW HATS AND UNDERWEAR WEIL'S Boston Store. The Best Cheapest and Most Reliable dispensers of Ready-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 productions are now exhibited on our table b 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. ' v '? t Ladies' Oxford Ties and Opera Shoes worth $1.50 to $1.75 for $1.00. Staoy Adams Shoe finest fitters and best Shoe in America. Handled by us ex clusively. Just received ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 April 1892

If 'Tf rymp .ijflwr 'TWV '"fci-'. v CITY DIRECTORY nr rttrt Tzrrrtrvrirrm ... ini. r . beckkt tociBtt.es "Xbllene Cowrniuidery No.it. KnlKht Temp Ur hold: In otateA roncUVn lit their jrum third tioor Toner A Itfete building corner north Second anil Pine trect. on the ceo:.d Monday nluht lit erteh month. VlMtlng Sir Knight cordially Invited to attend. J O CoAniB Kin. Commander. Oio. C. 11 ABRij.Ilecorder 'Abilene Chapter Xo. 119.lt. A. M.-Uold 111 tcr JJo. 19 It. A. m. now jis lions iho second Friday night la their hall third floo". Porter ami r corner Tine and North Second vaatoa conToeatio oh month lu th JtecTtt bnlidln. nreeu. V. tv u. Joim.o. Secretary p. W. UOMttTfc N. K. II r Abilene tltre Nrt. Mfc ft arid Ai M.-lloldittt Med comraunlenlloiiii the flrrt Saturday night la each month In their hall third floor Porter tad Rrcre building corner Pine and North Sec- ond ttreeta V. S. O. Jon toc Secretary. II. It. Cook W.- L O. O. ft Meet erery TucKtoy nlsht In th JC of P. halL All Tla...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 April 1892

rfwffrr is r v. '" -"I-.i"-r y'' t r Yinelo.a or Bunch Yam. The vineless or bunch yam is a va- riety imioduccd a Tew years ago in the South. There are five varieties of the bunch j am viz: The Chinese 30 .dayj uenerat Urant Early Golden Early Peabody the labor saving Yellow yam. This is the most profitable and prolific to those cnterested in gardening In the 4 south It excells all bunch varieties in yield keeping and eating qualities. It is not only ornamental but one of the most profitable crops to the amount of land required that we carl plant. This potato will grow on any Soil that other varieties of sweet pota- toes will grow. With half the labor that you may grow the vine potato will transplant cultivate gather and "house the uvnicless yam." I have raised cultivated and gathered three crops of the bunch yam. This is my experience with them; You may bed. for seed one bushel and one and a half 'bushels'of the Old Vine yam and you-will 'get v more' sets 1 or slips from the one bus...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 April 1892

-1 ""v?. T ' j 'if if - -I ri K l -Iv I..! IT Notice. The board of dental examiners in ' and for the 4 an J judicial district Mate of Texas yt meet at Cisco Texas May 23d jijo a m. to 12 m. 1892 District papers please copy. Dr. Frank N. Drown Dr A. Owen President Secretary ' City Council Meeting. At the meeting of ths city council Tuesday night the bond of W. J. Thompson city assessor and collector was approved. W. S O. Johnson D W. Wriste.i and F E. Dompart were appointed 10 serve as a board of equalizers W II. Saunders was re-elected city scavenger at a salary of $60 per month' Attention Draymen. At a recent meeting of the Abilene fire department a resolution Was adopt- ed that any dray float or delivery wagon hauling the hose carts to a fire and return shall be paid two dollars and fifty cents" and the lirst one to hitch on shall be the one entitled to receive said award One of said hose carts is stationed at the North side fire station the other at Fulwiler's stable. It will be ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 May 1892

' - . "! - . . The Abilene Reporter. I ABHiBNB TEXAS 'FRIDAY MORNtNG MAY 0 1892- VOL. XI. NO. 104 1 l? Uh K 4 .r" V t A fine vein of natural gas has been struck at Salt-take Utah. The state bankers association meets in Waco on the toth inst. Dewberries are selling at ten cents a gallon in Hempstead and the crops is unusually large. The drummers' fund for the digging of an artesian well at Buckner's orphans home near Dallas has reached the sum of $404.15. 1 - - Ten prisoners broke jail at Seguin Saturday and overpowered the jailor and made their escape The New York City electric light company with a capital of $50000000 will begin busmess in June. Charlie Bumgartner a two year old boy was run over and killed by an electric street car at Dallas Monday. W. H. Clarke of Waco was sent up Mondav fot two years foriheft of jew- elry from Mrs. Joe. P. Garland of that city. The Oak Cliff hotel at Dallas has been leased to Prof. Edgertin of Waco who will turn it into a female seminary this fal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 May 1892

"ttwf yjfjFf Tir iBf-iy? ti - rv - ' v-'f;;'$ifWF''TW'i 3sriipr'i''w?V''v-'!'r!W"7r'7VT'l'' 'C1'"WJlIJl!''t? mff HV y 1 ! T- Tower'? jf Iroprowcl 5LICKER . ij Gu&r&nUcd f. Jibioluttly Water. Vy proof. Skktn hart tald the FUh Bran Bran OVA TtiMAAt t on evtrjr Coat 5oftWoolep 'Gfr Watch Ontl Collar. I . StMlfM X TOWER. MFR BOSTON. MASS OlAr LIVE STOCK An Important Queition for Bwino "Breeders to Consider. It is almost a universal demand with American farmers purchasing males for breeding purposes that the animals must have heavy bones. The produ- cers of the pure-bred stock have made it the ruling effort for years to reduce the size of the bone while the fanners call for heavy.boned animals. Now the question presents itself have the breeders gone too far in their efforts to Tcdcce the amount" of bone or do the farmers fail to appreciate the benefits ansmg from smsll bones? We believe the mistake is with the mass of farm- ers. Tne Urge coarse bone is not al- ways the strongest ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 May 1892

' ' ' rrrr'T!?"""" I.i & : r i . CHILD BIRTH MADE EASY! Mothers' Friend " Is a scientific- ally prepared Liniment every Ingre- dient of recognized value and In constant use by the medical pro- fession. These ingredients are com- binedinamannerhlihertdunknown MOTHERS' FRIEND" WILL DO alt that is claimed (or it AND MORE. It Shortens Labor Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger to Life of Mother and Child. Book to "Mothers" mailed FREE con- taining valuable Information and voluntary testimonials. Sent by express on reitipt of price $1.60 pr hottle BflADFIELO (lEOULATOR CO. Atlanta. 0. BOLD UY AM. ImUtKIISTtt. POULTRY DEPARTMENT POULTRY. There is no disputing the fact taking into consideration the numbers the buperiorily of the southern bred fowls in points of utility as well as beauty and size to those of the north not that as fine birds can be bred in the north as i.i the south but 'the northern fan cier of course with many exceptions of late years have become careless in their matmgs and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 May 1892

I " ' ' -r. iT(f" - -- c Hj!!ynMw Jb-; The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT ABlXEttE - - - TEXAS. FRtDAY MAV 6 1892. JOHN JIOENY JR. Editor. Office In Rei-ortkr HuiMIng on Second Street. Kmercd at the Abilene. Texas Pontorace a vecond-Qliux Mull Mailer. Subitription R&tas. One year.-.. $1.50 Six. months..... 75 Three month.. 40 Taxat and Faelflt local Time Tabls. KASTtBOUMl PAS5EMJKI. Arrives ..10:40 A. M. Departs. - .11:05 a- ' WBST-BOUND PASSKNGKk. Attires.. .'.... ..... 4:oS P.M. Departs. 4:30. M. ANNOUNCEMENTS HATES FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OFFICE Congress... 45ar 00 State Senate. .... 1500 epresenlaiie.... 15 00 District .. lo oq l7' e 00 Frednct. 3 ?o The above rates do not include price for arae on ticket which -will be $1.00. No candidate's name will be put on tickets for less an price of announcement and $1.00 for -Ume On ticket. FORMIERIFFs J.V. CUNMNGIIAM. FOR DISTRICT AND COUNT' CLERK. David J. Red. FOR CONSTA11LE PRECINCT HO. 1 J. W Haley. J. II. WltUAMS. FOR COUNTY JUDG...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 May 1892

p rr "' TJ- I V ' Tlff TT r ' v 3 J i -"i $!. it- )3$PIFIW K K v If Ji v V Joe FricndfPallas spent Wednesday bm The street sprinkler is a busy man 4 these days. fit J. M. Carter returned from Dallas ' Sunday evening. i i ii i Gus Ackermans hnndles the celebra . ted Hosteller's bitters. Fresh vegetables and truits of all kinds at Muckechney's. a 7tf i Ji S. Bradley took in the third party meeting at Anson Saturday. i m Go to Gus Ackermans lor pure whis- kies wines and cigars. m Harry Hahn of Dallas is visiting his bjother Fred who lives near town. Money can be had quickly by call ing on Currie Stith & Henderson. 6-tf Green apples California oranges and the finest bananas at Mackechney's. Patronize the Abilene collar factory and help support a home enterpiise. tt m Money to loan on good land securi ty at Currie Stith & Henderson's. 6-tf m Call at the Arcade lor pure whiskey and fine wines. W. A. Gray io-tf Two good work horses to trade for one horse apply to J. F. Clark. 1 7-t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 May 1892

wn-if ivi i-rnrn (wfJ'VJ'T!l5l'P7f!' 5.""Tf?T r ir n( "p-Tf rFtTriy Tift T --f!"!t ' r vwfr CITY- DIRECTORY SKCMCT SOCIETIES Abilene Commander No. T Knight Tomr lar holrti tt timed conclave In their; aTlntu third j!oo lVjrtor A Itt'CTM ImlMlng. corner ortti hccond and PIihi MtPCl. on the eco; it Monday nlitht In earn month. Visiting 6Ir Julcbti cordially Invited to attend. ' J l. Cinm. Em. Commander )o. C. IUnniTlecorder. Abilene Chapter tfo. tMklU A. M. Holds Its nalodconToealion lb6 second Prldarnlcht In ae.h tcnnth In lliclr hull third door. Porter ana Xeere bnlldlne. cornet rine and North Second erect. "W . O. JonxOK Secretary a W noBSKT. M. E. It. P. Abilene Lodge JJo. J59. P und A. M.-Uotdilt ruled communications the (lrt fatunlay night Jn often month In their hall third Moor I'orter nd HcTeHm!ldlne. corner line and North Sec- ond ctreeta. tV 8. U.Jouko Secretary. ii. n. cookw.m. 1. O. 6. P. Meet every Tuedy night In the K-Of P. hall. All vllllng brethren cordially In- vited t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 May 1892

tyF1N&WWf'tvmJKfpf ty$rv$? rn-Wf'rT y - . I u A "WsVi &$& lUbO'PHEfOp&CCtilr V- . "v A GRANULATED SMOKING TOBACCO. Superior for Pipe or Cigarette. Sold at s cent for a a-oz. bag. Nothing like It hj ever before been offered at the price. 'A RICH MELLOW SMOKE. AGRICULTURAL FEED FARMING. A Few Random Notes on the jeot of Stock Pasturing. Sub- TEXAS 1II.U1S T.RASS. Stock-farmers and horse raisers in Texas havo long lelt the want of win- ter pasture. The IJuchla dactyloides buffalo grass commonly known as mesquite. supplies an abundant sum- mer pasture on our open prairies and bermuda grows luxuriantly through our long summers. Hut with the ap- proach of winter these and other sum- mer grasses play out and Mock must depend upon anything that will fill up unless their owner has made provision for their wants. Sufficient provision is seldom made and'as a result many cattle die from starvation. Many stockmen believe that it is more profitable to lose a cer- tain percentage o...

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

' wTprr'v'W5fHPli I'Bf " rxct I t. 6- U 4 f Abtlono Country The following; cnmpohlcn Wnlten by pu- pil in ihe public kWI of Abilene rc Riven verbatim: Abilene is a beautiful city siiuited in the Abilene; country on the Ttxas Ac Pacific railroad tt is about dne hun- dred and fiuv m'les trom Ft Worth and about five; hundred miles from El laso. Some of the homes In Abilene are cry pretty. Abiltme has a very fine electric plant second to none in the state also a good system of water works. A good public school and several private schools and they have a hole in the ground where an artesian well should be. it is on the hill where the stand pipe is. The suburbs of Abilene are very grand there is the North park which is in the north of Abi'e te Afta Vista is in the south west part and Lake Side is in the north part of this town. North park has a fine college; the corner stone of the college was Juid 6n the 4th of July 1891. Mary Kaufkman. Mrs. Triplet's rpom fifth grade age ten years. .1-....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 May 1892

' i" " I vt TJTW f'' r r f (w- jK." h '-1 IT The Abilene Reporter ! ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING MAY 13 1892. NO. 20. VOL. XI. I l 3 The state Sunday school convention id in session this week at Greenville. Judge Stednw.i of the 48th district is a candidate for a professorship in the university. 1 - ---1- 1 1 r 1 '1 ii 11 i 1 L. S. Thome has been appointed general superintendent of the Texas & Paiific railway. George Walker atwelve-year-old boy was drowned at - McKinney Saturday while in bathing. The actors fund fair closed in New York and the management claim $ijo 000 clear profit. It is rumored that one of the cotton compresses at Weatherford is to be re- moved to Fort Worth. The dam in the Concho river at San Ahgelo was damaged to the extent of $2500 by the recent floods. The latest trust formed is the wall paper trust which organized this week with a capital of $20000000. The Mississippi river is reported higher than ever before known but as yet but little aamage is reported...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 May 1892

k; j(LUOCM17? JtJSfe ofyoOr ?rfrcoax Bfor Duylcj. Tf0OTl r VMttr In th liter hcMlnr X tlut end tf M here thottii ot "? Xtawattrtrttt. T!wrrtiwimilwinrttl hUknrj-l)cfUitvil' IHftTim. wiiwMi i gwrra cr'?IMPROVElJl"IU to U r twbt t ry ;ilrftr -- i : : r.: .. - :s -: . . . .. - ...... - aiftnsrio HniwrivniiicTrrr tut and uuhwtt otirU-kf to auk (Onl njr MlcttriUt f.Jli M rlttr point Th UK A Sojt Woolen Collar. 24. Tttlc Ttl MrU fhrlnVt Mi watcn urn: Air both Uee potnut l nd (r CaulofM Dr. JLJ.TOWER.Mfr BoitanUi tf V t I t . I tmmamma -owt LIVE STOCK". Individual Merit and Pedtgres. Qne of our live stock exchanges very tironerlv calls attention to the fact that pedigree .alone is not sufficient It says that ior the past few years the . leading agiicultural papers have been urging the fanners to get nothing but thorouuhbrcd malc.and wheie nossi- ble to start with full blood females also and then breed up the remainder of the herd. This point is so impor unt that (t has been urged to the Sl...

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