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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 November 1888

itt.-iv I ll 1 1 I . ;. I )ML Bt jX.1AgM.Mt i f . if '4 I i. I u v ' t:t Ed. S. Hughes & Co J i' ' Successor to HUGHES RED & CO. j Will continue the Hardware business at our old stand and wish to return thanks to our friends and the public forthe liberal patronage given us in the past and solicit a continuance of the same; in the future. Charter- Oak Stoves .. . Blue Grass Sulky Plows Havana Press Drills in fact the same well selected line of Hardware Stoves Agricultural Implements Etc. will always be found at our store where we will be pleased to show goods and give prices. ED. S. HUGHES & CO. If t vi ' i - Ur p ' 1 - - i ' .;'' ' - l -' '- ' '' ' ' ' ' i r( .X ' JM.Homwr Wm. OmhWob. ' ' Qo. . Phillip. 1 i I llJ'lTi Q Til I l iiii I ' n HH'. Li WJ I lilll Jf T I J U 1 -1 I lil M ! . J V M B1I H m 1 . H S PW HtJ-M M t MK B ' HI I Tfl III I'jlil 111 IV I IIII il ill kl v '1 VlllflUllVll V 1 11IJJJJX1 Mi A ' . ' 1 f l ' . fl .A --DEALERS BS- ' I -' - ''to iMMdBiHHniBsSBSlB...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 November 1888

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Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 November 1888

" T SI !l. ' (1 i I 1 tt 1 1 1 ' Ii ! 1 ) 1 In'. i.i.iwt.Nt-fc Mim... . .at f i - wi n 1 . 1 ! 1 d - lX my 4 1 iii m Mi J 11 -- 1- '-"rr "---'' n---- fry -r-- i-r -J" -'-'-'"- -r - x.Odu3 i tiMttftftK BIKSCTOEY. rirtt npilt--Srtiulydcli()t. Dsso h tii.i HsnrlccitfttUn.m. Ami mm 'p. m.tprjjrer-mMt ItiR avoir WcdiitMlAjr )lght. (K V Binttli pAtor. iMfctfiodht 8onilffttim1ar-ciiooi OsSO m.i ervlfccs nt 11 n. ro. nml H p. m.l tiwcMnectlnif every WcdnedAy ceiilng Ma . m. 0 8. McCmvor pastor Chlfrch'of.l'lio Heavenly nct-8brvlfcn oil .Bmuiny Mil a. m. ntid HiSQp.m.. excepting on tho necond Bdiulnvt Wednesday Uvcntngn At SiSOjHUiHlftjr-idioolntlMSOn. in. Flnt IVeMiyterlftM Snhdiy'.;hoolcrc'ry. Bun ilfiy nt0!43ium.irvcrit nmtniKl xccomJBun- tnyi In cncli tnunlh nt 11 n. m. nud man p.m.! jirHjcr-mpctliiif ovcry Wednesday lilglit ntssito (. m. J. A. Crcmliioti pit?tor. cTirlntinu Clmreh; Bundny-eliooi every Hmidny nt Ot .TO u. in j nervlccs every first gummy in ench month nt II ii. ir.. nnilT...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 November 1888

w w fc a HOUSEHOLD. Ifflw ta Cook Oyttof So long as the tndnth has an "jr" in it oysters arc considered in season and many lovers of the plump white bivalve have. tiiem almost constantly on their tables from Scptcrhber until May. Sontoi variations from the ordinary style of tookirig may be acceptable to some who are tired of stewing1 and frying them. t On a cold raw evening nothing will be more appreciated for tea than a platp of jiiccly" grilled oysters. If this is a favorite dish it isKvcll to keep a. soapstono griddle for the express pur. pose but a skillet or frying-pan will answer Thtfftyslers must be drained perfectly dry this being one of the secrets of success. Ten hours is not too long to Jet them stand in the col- ander after allowing a stream of water to run on them and wiping them care- fully withra thin cloth. When (hey are ready to be cooked have the griddle perfectly warmed through and grease it slightly with fresh butter Lay on the oysters and as fast as they brown t...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 November 1888

:v rfj0Wrfi r y -Av- V TJw The' Abilene Reporter ( PUBLISHED AT AIliSNlS - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY NOV 33 t88B. 0V JIOENY JR.fiDITOR. Suticrlptlofl Ratei One year. .......... ...... ...... J$i$o Six months. itt.i..t..t..t.ik(... 75 Three montlu... '......... ...... 40 Oflice Irf Bonier IluiltHng ohScdoiitl Street. Entered nl the Abilene Tarn." l'oitofllco n gccntnVClmui Mill aihttcr.' t If DaHais doesn't get cheap. coal she will never be a city. She'll get cheap coal. "Now. that the. election isover we will once more settle down to busi- ness" the 34174365th. The north and south trunk line is coming and it may be known as the Abilene Country Route. Taylor Smith a sporting man was killed by his mistress with an ax at Springfield. Mo. Monday. The detectives and police although thousands of them are at work have failed to get a clue to the Whitechapcl fiend. San Antonio and the state of Texas will be the talk of the world when the editors now in. convention return to their homes. The Irish r...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 November 1888

" tt & r & - II 4- ?A $.-. 'i ir - IMf up rrt !1W" nt : sr '.i " 4 A t" V& i 1.. XjOCXA-Xj. l hw ft4 faeitt ImU Itaw t. V klAm . . HnA A. tf. Dtpajts M ... Jtiajk n WEST-UOUND rAS3F-NGRR. J Armca .i ...- 334 ? ! Departs. ;kltfM 4 t ntM'(oniiiH 3:55 tfew crop syrup At J. M. Radford's. 1 Tom Cocke spcht Wednesday in Dallas 1 t. Pickled pig's feet just received at Ji Roberts & Mackeclmcy's. t 47-1 T. M. DaUnhertv is snendina tin's E.'5- 1 w . M - tf week in the city. I ; ' Pure Ohio maple syrup sold in any 1 quantity at Rollins & Son's. 47tf 1 . " - Mrs- S. P. Hardwick is repgrted to. bC still quite ill. Seedless raisins and figs at J. M. Radford's. - 47-tf William Burton Fort Worth was in the city this week. 'I We will sell you fair flour at $2.25 per hundred. J M. Radford. 1 Fred Cockrell has returned from court in Knox county. . ' Fine Teas and cofFees'at Roberts & mackechney's. 47-1 C. C. Ludingtdn San Francisco MM spent Saturday ?n this city. Iresh buckwhea...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 November 1888

a -Vi inkni m.li iNUUii JkKfcri KGRlCAJLtURfe Tha Witbwn ITarmir's Advantage. One advantage the farmer gardener or fruit grower living in the gulf Mates possesses over the people of the north and west k that there is nd time dur- ing the fall and winter when he may not bi engaged cither in growing a va- riety of crops or in making preparation for the following spring and summer. Oats rye or barley and grass seed may lie sown either in November Decem- ber or January with almost a certainty of success. Com planted in February' and well cared for afterward will bring an almost Sure cr6p Wanting fruit and shade grapevines strawberry plants plowing grafting pruning mulching fertilizing the soil mending fences digging ditches where it isnec- cssary then there arc fcrtce rails to cut; getting out post pickets pieux. and planting the garden. In fact no one should be idle during the fall and winter if they hope to succeed in their farming operations The manure pile must also be looked after ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 November 1888

"V j . f JmA. POULTRY .grrr-ag 1 ll t If ?. ( fc to. Pftiarll' (' Wttifatv ' - ftllN' Thcjmonlh of November says the; $; ' American Poultry Yard in ytars Hint wc cm wen recollect used to be one oT the most inclement wintry and un- comfortable of the entire twelve in tout' clirriate. "Thanksgiving day" ponies annually ton the latest Thursday . of this month ; and this occasion that did not'bring with it years aj;o the jhcavy stOrrrt of snQW or that which Occurred when there was not good sleighing all over 'the north was an extraordinary one indeed. Nowaday the month of November is far more agreeable in every respect. Winter docs not set in around us so early as in the years referred to by lour or six weeks uows arc seen in. the pastures now up to the first and middle of December in many places. The frosts arc not severe until in Jan- uary. We have very little snow upon the grouncTnutil the "twelfth month" is about gone. And poultry may be kept out-of-doors almost exclusively away iht...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 November 1888

j- rv i 1 MUhi HL j i - t a m.ri.iaL . .... .-!' I mitmtKnrtavaviiiM BXruAjM wAfMiiuiii It WftgM War h TexM Guttle Most lUthlewly. RmonaMo Rolatl'.B Tkey Condemn the rUlng.or Cattle in Oari nad favor a 8jtem 6f Impaction of Cattt For Kumb Food. i . CihCaoo III. Nov. 20.; The an nual ineeting of the national cattle growers association took place here to- day. After having elected W. A 'flivvers 6f Kansas city chairman and" J. H Sanders editor of the Breeders Gazette of Chicago secretary the as- sociation Was wclconlcd to Chicago by Mayor Rochti H. Mines of Michigah representing the committee appointed to Investigate the contagion of Texas fever then read a paper giving the re- sults cf rfevcroi experiments which had been m'ade by associating Texas and northern cattle in all of which conta- gion had been fully shown and gave it as the opinion of the committee that the only way to stop contagion and the. Spread of the disease was to prevent our native cattle from coming in con tact wit...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 November 1888

w t r- "X4ierairas?si 5??w!t?w fj-iX'fl j''?'-S'ffif".'Tiw39''''' 'sw?'iT?rf'-"'''?s' ' 0 . vivTv .- t r W'l"-it'll"'J''''Mi"'l't-i-t-'iiM. I The Abilene voii. vn. K"V M.; Harbors For The. Southwest The sLitcs and territories of the it I I I I H I ' m I I M 1 1 1 IIIIII.IH ' 1 1 1 1 1 i n I ; i 1 1 ii hi i I iiii H I H H M - H H - mmm m BB t ''' '"".- " ''.'' "' - - y i. i' ' ' " . . ' ' ' ' . I S. L.APOWSKI It BROTHER'S. . :. - i: : - - - . y.-" r -. .- : : . . . . 1- . ... .;.. r ' .' " 1 ' -- ' 1- ' !- T. 1- Xv .south wtisthave. united "in'- demanding v Of pqngresjjsa sufncient appropriation " to malje adeep water harbor and the de- mnnrfit! n-itwl- rim nnA cnmil1 no linnn. .k llrtllA jo a-jugfc yt(vyUAtu iiuuiu utuvwu- eu uycouurcbb. inu juuiuii ui me uinuu stands iii greatef need .of proper harbor facilities: than thesstates west of if the Mississinni river. Texas is itself an empire in extent in wealth and in jpppulation b'ut: riot only. TexasJTi'ut Colorado Kansas Missouri.Io...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 November 1888

.v a $ WiJUtoikkMMM4to)M Xat?Q-A-!31w jji exBXflK wmwreiit niinliit fltitiilnrkehooL MrTiccunt lift. in. ntHimsi p l-lru I tl(t BYCtT pMior. Wcnetdiir 9:M a m.s m' nrnrnr-mpM. night d. W Smith Jtellioillnt. Booth Silnclnv-nrliool. 9:10 n. m.l KCrvIccnAtlf a.m. niulH p m; prayer-mcetlng McC'urVcr puitor. eenr Wwnofilnjr cYcning nt 8 ). m. O 8. TXX UKDIIKa UMTS. '.' 'i 7' Tte rm&ttt VMth U &riif 4attt M ( Church of the ltcnvcnly Ittri Sfwlccn tin fltmdny ntlln. m. nmt HiSop.m. exception on itio fccond Kniulavi AVmlncxdiur evening!) t H:MjBiiiHlny-cliOoUtD130n. in Flrrt VTeshjtorlml HnnJny-chool efcry fiinit dnjr Kt0:45n.m.scrvlccn flrttntiri Kceotul Sim ilayrf-Hii ench month nt II ft. m nml HI SO rm.t Ytrnrcr-mfrctlns erenr WcdttMtlnv nlalit M 8:30 j.Vn. J A. Crclijliton iinitor. (ilirUtlntY t'lnirnti .Rnliilnv.nrhnnl twfrv Bumlny BllVWla. In-service every flfnt flmiilny in enen moinn niuii.ni. mm y p. m. nnu Bniur- dny tilRht priVlottxto thlnl Hnnilny t jirnyor-mcet-ins Wcdii...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 November 1888

.Muni ii niih.it ?! in iwri.ir-t4fMLaJXJ-. i lid in . ! A THIXAYTIAW 0FT1A0I. I MklW M jUjr Iamll t Anwbia Wirf Xka Coawl SwKal'i Trlght. New York Nov a a.- Consul Gen Ictaf Ed. lkssctt of Hayti rushed into Collector Mnttonc's office in Uic-custom Tou6 yesterday afternoon and asked him to prevent the steamship SAtnana fVoin leaving this port The vessel was cleared early in the day for Aux Cftyes and otftcf Haytian ports. She arrived from Philadelphia Monday night con- signed to E. C. Elliott ship broker and took a berth at the foot of Wall street. She is a small fruiter of 343 tons and came over to this tountry from England two years ago to trade in fniitibctween Philadelphia and Jamaica. She took a general cargo consisting fjargcly-of provisions and when about ready for sea cleared at the custom house in due form Capti James of the Samana stated that he was bound for Aux Caycs and other Haytian ports and was given permission to sail. "Why should I stop the vessel?" asked Collector ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 November 1888

1 .-. -I .I f. M t i rr fl h The Abilene Reporter - PUBLISHED AT ABJCLENB - - - TEXAS FRIDAY NOV. .30 1888 jQlliTilOENY) ? ED1T0R Snbicriptioa KrUi. One year. Six tiioriliu. i.lri .. ti4l tW I 1I1H t .... 75 TUrqc'iiiomliH . I.. 4 . fO Office fti Horder lluildlng on Second Street. I ..I. Jl. ..if! -I I . . Knttrcil; nt U10 Abilene Tcx I'ostofflco nn McfnmlCtrfM if ill Ilmtcr To-day (Thursday) being Thanks- giving day the Reporter is issued one day irt advance Wenthcrfbrd's1 electric light plant is aboUt'cOriifiletedi ' The question of-good country roads is being; discussed in Dallas county. Deep water harbors on the Texas coast are-what the .people west of the Mississippi want. Rev. Abe Mulkey is stirring Up the pinners at Wcatherford His meetings opened there this week. West Virginia is still in doubt; both the democrats and republicans claiming to have carried the state. Thos. Barry the ex-knight of labor who was recently expelled is organiz- ing an opposition order. Greenville bu...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 November 1888

if .) ): "" Vi nnjnili.. fii as . - iits.tfn 11 .. n.iMi.mit )-. h4tittmMitml I '.. !?. & i " i' v 't &'" IS-: I "; I A r m$- .' (..:3iOOaAIli-- ; iniii.llil. iiXk. Mi ..".tli linir..yi.iWi ' ' Arrive ........ .lljoo A. M. WB?T-JKUND rASSENOBR. Arrives .... i ... .... 3:34 ' Departs............. ... 3:5$ r. M. Fresh cocoahiits at Rollins & Son's. The JREroivj ek force tai.es a holiday to-dav..1 " "'. ' r Call anch'see Adair & Clark's holiday goods . ' 48lf Ahy toy you Want can be seen at City Drugstore. 481 Nice lot of dates just received at Rollins & Son's. ". . 48-tf Lap robes newest patterns just re- ceived at N. Porter's. 48-tf Beef tongues smoked at J. M. Rad- ford's. 48-tf i. . i - if Mr. S. A. Irvine has accepted a position with Tom Cocke & Go Turnips always on hand -at Roberts. & Mackechney's " 8-1 Th.e wheat crop is growing nicely. and looks splendid. " ' - ' v . - Twenty pounds of beans for' one dollar at J. M. Radford's. -' r 48-tf 7 ' Virgil S...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 November 1888

o y HGRiCULTUffE. . -Jw- . f Boll'ror rotting Plantd. The person whtt Is highly successful in gromng plants is tjsualfy particular about his soil. Att ordinary. tgood crops planted in the free grdtihd is not generally safe to pot plants in. True for the mere wintering ovdr of plants nscd'ln the summer tot flower-beds A fxtobd rtverage sandy Joam will do. lJut when the young plant is raiised frnm rlltlifirr hr RnefL flhd Is to ho con . ; ":;"" ii :' :"" j":i imcu 10 me smaii space ui a iiuwcr.pui f jr its nutriment with water applied at least once a day it is hardly the same as wjicre the roots have the chance to spread tlicmselvcs in all directions. Common cvery-day. plants can bland common treatment but who grow the choicest of nature's stack have to. ascertain the conditions under which these grow in a state' of nature and. meet those peculiarities as far as may be. There is however one particular soil that will grow almost any plants ordinarily met with and that is what the garde...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 November 1888

r 0 u tK Widow SayhroaVx Tkinksjlvlnl ' ii ii Dreadful indeed had been the add tUjnt Through the cartlOssncss of a switch-tender a passenger traio had jumped the track and plunged over a high trcstlework. Twenty people were killed at once and at least forty injured. Among the latter was James Saybrook. Some had bruises and broken bones ; Others were taken up insensible and after lingering for a few days died without returning to consciousness a merciful dispensation The physicians announced Mr. Say'brook's spine sb seriously injured that they could hold out but alight hope of his recovery. JIc was a vigorous man of middle age with a lovely loving wife and three children; full of plans for a career htf meant to make noble and useful. His reputation was wide and lofty his personal friends numerous aid warm ; he had a moderate fortune and a pleasant home. What more could life olTer? Yet here he lay the victim of a man's carelessness. It seemed to his wife that! with him all she cared f...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 November 1888

I V. (W ? ifliiwiyiwg?w&i'vHvn "' i t M jL. v 7 ?'''- ' M i I I it- u iifctt vs 4- . ' W At TWnkfri r"oftiibVft. For rite WMiaHmc For the gotiu crops. For the good liealtri. For the glorious harvest J For the general prosperity. t For the military company. For the splendid prospects. ' For the work bT the ladies. . For our success at Dallas. That we rtre Tree front malaria. That our ice factory is ft success. . ForMltc isucc'css" e-f the district.fahv That our churches are well attended. That new railroads' will build tb Abi- lenc. That we are to have two new roller mills. V ' For the work' of he Frogressiv'e committee. . . . For tie splendid volunteer fire de- partment. That Taylor is the banner eoiinty of West Texas. That we are to have a ncf public school building. 1 '. That we are to have a new roller corn mill. That the National Press association met in Texas. ' "That we have a new-cotton gin in successful operation; . r That we are to have a permanent fair organization. Th...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 December 1888

1 ' ft I -MM- If . ' 4' '"' Etf I i m llinliHi Il 1 ill. . iii)V I i ii ill. hi l li ' n irilTf . 1 llKfVO' VU . I - WIWSY HOTES. Rockport elected her ffirsfceity of- fieefs Monday. The state authorities after the whitccaps. of Ohio arc Wiico "and Dallas report a each this week ' V1 failure Dallas Jsto have a county road con- vention on the 15th inst. The Texas libel law is being dis- cussed by the press of Texas. The republicans declare their inten tion t6 waste no time on their so-called tariff" bill. Abilene is acitatinc a fine free school building Fort Worth Gazette. Yes and Abilene will build it before another scholastic year .rolls around. The San Antonia fair was not a sue- ; cess financially on account of the con- tinned rairis No where in the west can live stock jand small grain fanning te carried on ' with better success than in the Abilene f "country. J Every farmer should set out fruit trees and cultivate them. They will prove a valuable addition to the' farm in. a few y...

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

' Vl"1 " ''' y' VIMUMjt JKtt i W.W'lMl.laJlW Jks"w " " '" ' " ' ' '"g? -1 1 rirst Buiitdt-SiindAr-whoo) 0: a nU service m (I j. m. m fl:ao p. . pweMnwt. In every Wcdnemlny night 0 w. Stnlih pastor Mctlicxtht !oMh-8tmilitr-chool OiSO . m.S f.ctvlccBtHim. nmlH p ra...prnyerractliHt Wry Wcdiiejktny Minting at p. in. O. B. McCMtver )MUr( ( Ohurch or tho llcuVenly Itctr&v! n Sunday nt 11 n. m. nml H:30 p. in. excepting on Iho croml 8nmlivr Wpelinwtar otciiIiIw At II :30 ( 8umlny-cllO(il nt II! IX) ft. in. First VrHiytcrlim-Snhdiiy-ftchool every 8nn tny nt Otn.m.j services nwtftml second Sun ilay in cacIi month nt II a. in. nnil 8iB n.m.? prayer-meeting every Ucdriosdny .iilght Hi 8:80 p. m. J A Cretghum pastor. Ohristlnn (JtiUrchSuriilAy-fcclmol cVcry 8Undy AtlilO v m.; service every flrnt ?"n;ly In cneu month nt II iu in. Hint 7;p. m tnlWnr- day night previous to thlnl Sunday; prnyermect. Ing Wednesday nlglitt social meeting every Suit day nftcr Sunday-school . 0 Charles pastor. 'Cu...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 December 1888

) ill II 1 h nun & Hm. ..... to k BHlyWW.Wljr. At! . HttiVM. . Who futaty H vlJ'' tA.-J' ttii-i -wam vi. rv.i.' A. a """ WTI BX A 1IB A.. X. aai Talr i!i mm of Urt Men llko HT Talks and v Wfcui lkjr Are ; f SPHikfcpiELD IlL. Noyt . 384-The feeling among uemofcratic soldiers and irienus 01 ucn. rainier in rceura 10 ins withdrawal from affiliation with grand . army of the republic was intensified by thfc reported interviews with various membdrs of that drganization among others Sexton Uealy and Scribncr of Chicago and Berry 6f QUincy. These interviews were published in Chicago paptirs of late date and in the Spring- Ifield Staid Journal of yesterday. "Have you read the interviews pub- Wished in the journal of yesterday in reference to your withdrawal from the (grand army of the republic ?" was asked Lien. Palmer this afternoon. ''Yes 1 have read tiic interview and fiaVe received letters on the same sub ject frbm; Ohio Indiana. and tins and Dthcr states Many of the ktter- kvritcrs ...

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