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

-ypwv Blood?- I had a malignant breaking out on mv leg below thelcnce and wascurcd Bound and well with two and a half of I4M4 Other blood medlclncshad failed p to do mo any good. Wiu. C. Ukaty 'I wn troubled from childhood with nn a; grnyfttwl oao of Tetter nnd three bottle or MtMJUt cured ruo permanently. MM Waij.act MAtnv WLMimmm MuunlU.l.T. Onr hook on Wood and Bkln DImmci mailed free. BwinBrscuio Co. Atlanta Ga. THE PLATFOR M; A Strong Fresentahon of Democratic Principles Force Bill De- nouncedThe Tariff Ques- tion Silver Im- provement of waterways Etc. i. The representatives of the demo- cratic party of the United States in national convention assembled do re- affirm their allegiance to the party as formulated by Jefferson tind exempli- fied by a long and illustrious line of his successors in democratic leadership from Madison to Cleveland; we be- lieve the public welfare demands that these principles be applied to the con- duct of the federal government through the accession t...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 8 July 1892

Pi -! ..in mfmiQi0Btatmii m Wfm yintnn.i.fciti.i i. - '... i iiiii.ii j. The Abilene Reporter. PUBUSHED AT ABUJENE -' - TEXAS. FRIDAVJTJLY8 189a. JOHN HOENYs JR. Editor. 1 ' i'i " '".' ' "' " Office In Retortkr. Building on Second Street. t Ill II I ' I I I II Xntared at the Abilene. Texas Itofflce M tecond-Clas Mall Matter. Subscription Kates. One year..... .............$1.50 Six months....... 75 Three months.... ...... ............ 40 IIBM. IIIXI tall IHUBUHntlinil Ten 1 and Pacific Local Tbnt Table. AST-BOUND FASSENGUl. Arrives 10:40 A. M. Departs.. 11:05 A. M WEST-BOUND FASSCNGU. Arrive.. 4:08 p. m. DeparU.. 4:30?. M. -1 " . - 1 - 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 ' ANNOUNCEMENTS RATES FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OFFICE Congress 1 ..$25 00 State Senate. ... .......... ...4 15 00 Representative ....... 15 00 District....... 10 00 County .... 4 . . 5 00 Frecinct 3 00 The above rate do not include price for names on ticket -which will be $1.00. No candidate's name will be put on tickets Tor less lhan price ...

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

."I jr . ' ' A SPLENDID OFFER. Ten Scholarships in Simmons Col- lego Given Away The Reporter has completed ar rangements with the board of trustees of Simmons college for ten scholarships for the seanson 1892-3 to be given one each in the counties named to the most popular young lady or gentlemen. 5-1 1 is I O le 1 o 11 . ! O. org t. casi 1 J rf8 ' j I I Up- o - OS 3 Z f 9 2 o u ?S L-X-. P- 5S. x JJ ? fcT Is 5 I 15 3 c - -I c a s rk sag- ! a S t i 8 4 2 o o t-" w 1- s a s . a 0 hs St. a o o o tv c- o H 0 'o o o o o 'J5- o M I H o 00 ej I 3 "! 0 o 13 O S B w S I o .a u 1- .a Simmons college is a home institu- tion with a bright future before it. It will have a faculty equal to that of any college in the southwest. The accom- modations will be the verj best. The buildings are situated on a beautiful mound north of the city in the North Park addition and the grounds com- prise sty teen acres. The young people receiving the larg- est number of votes from their re- spective counties will...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 8 July 1892

-W '"!. ....'v.' i.'li ..- lulu mmmii ii.qHH wiiiiiiii 3" -" '-(. - ( ' ..V "' " ' '"'" ' " ' n.' ?rv-" l.l. ..I lll.llll lit FEED FAXMIMQ. Jl few Kandom Notes on the Soject. Col Thomas C. Howard in South jcm Cultivator and Dixie Farmer quite enthusiastic when he says: '"Ber- xnuda grass pasture is worth $500 per acre It ties the grourl down so tight you may run a mill dam over it and it 'will hold together; It is lite best spd to turn under I ever saw in my life." Again he says: "I went to look at a piece (of land) where an old man sold $118 worth of Bermuda grass from three-eights of an acre in one season." To set Bermuda jjras at least ex- pense .plant in rows or in middles of growing corn. After the fodder is ofl it will get a good start before the frost. Trie next year it will take the ground. Three feet apart in the drill will be near enough to bury the sets. Use srriall tufts of sod from the nearest Dermuda pasture or old field. Every farmer should have a patch of Bermu- da. ...

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

-"VW7I twmmfi!? rrvuflFfppi - T. ';-gnyr r -; T (f WKSfyi'TT CHILD BIRTH MADE EASY I " MoTHtRS 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- bined Ir-a manner hitherto unknown "MOTHERS' FRIEND" - WiLL DO all that Is dalmed for it AND MORE. It Shortens Labor Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger to Life o( Mother and Child. Pook to " Mothers" mailed FREE con- taining valuable information and voluntary testimonials. Senlbycspress on tempt of price 1I.K0 per bottle MAOFIELD REGULATOR CO. Atlanta. Oi. BOLD BY ALL tmUUaiSTO. POULTRY DEPARTMENT Block ruim mill Parmer. Those who contemplate hatching chickens during the heated months should set the hens iu a cool quiet place on the ground. .Remember that extreme heat k almost as fatal to young chicks as extreme cold; they should have during the hot nights of July and August cobl comfortable weel ventilated quarters to roost in and ...

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

?W'W7V!W?"If"AT''' ' '"""WjHWy'j"'"'' aS) Mf! nr - yyHj Din. M. Jones editor of the Texas Western at Anson was in the city Thursday and paid the Rr.i-ORT&t office a pleasant call. The Abilene light infantry company leave Sunday for the encampment at Austin with the best wishes of our citizens for their success and the hope that they will be one of the ten companies that will represent Texas at the worlds fair at Chicago. m J. C. Harnden recently from Gon- zalez has moved his family litre and will in a few days open Up a large stock of musical instruments music books and stationery of all kinds The Reporter extends a hearty welcome to Air. Harnden to the business circles of Abilene. t He will open up in the building now occupied by the Red store. The military company here has been reinforced by a contingent from Anson which will make Capt. Buell's company one of the largest at the en- campment. The boys from Anson have been drilled by Lieut. Claude Buck and are said to have made ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 July 1892

The . i i .' - ' '' ' ' ABILENE REPORTER VOL. XI. ABILENE TEXAS TRIDAY MORNING JULY .16 1802. NO 20. Majfcr Genera) A.S. .Roberts is commander of the encampment at Austin. A The direct tax amounting to. $r8o- 386.76 to the state of Texas has been refunded. - . The Western Union telegraph office at New Orfcans was neatly destroyed by fire and flood Sunday. Congressman Culberson has ap- pointed Miller Todd of Jefferson to West Point vice Mr. Carter of Bon- hart who resigned the place. t Four narrow gauge engines broke dovn on the East Line railroad near Greenville while hauling iron for broadening the gauge of that road. Charles Selden superintendent Of the Baltimore and Ohio telegraph line predicts that in five years electricity will be the motive power of every great railroad. The second brigade of ex-confederates Gen. G. J. Goodwin command- ing will go into camp at Brownwood in September for one week. The ex- act date is not yet given. The Kansas City belt and nut works have closed...

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

- n-Vt -U-i. hitplrr ). iva It. A. M. Holds lti enlloti the second Krtdnr night tn Intbclr ball third floor Porter and CITY DIRECTORY becrkt tociKnsa. Abllcno Commandcrr Ko. S7. Knlchu Temp- jar holds It Mated cuncUr In thtlr asjrluui urtrA floor lVrter A Itrevos bulMliix'. romer Vorlh Second nnd I'lne strwts on the kccoi.d Mou'loy lititit In ttfh month. Visiting Sir Knights cordially Invited w Attend. ' J. O. Cl'tMIK . . Km. Cotumatider 06 C.lURrus.Reconlcr. AMloiift Chapter uaivu coutoci tRh month It Keflve bnUdli! comer Pine and Sorth Hccond streets. . o Jomcsoft. Sccretarr. 4 llarx M. B. II. r. Abilene IIrc No. SAO. V. iind A. M. Holds Its nttad communications the first Saturday night ineth month In tbclr hall third (loot Porter and Iteerr butldlur corner Pino and North rcc- nd streets ?.0. JottKtow. Secretary. II. IS. Cook W. M. t. O. O. P. Meti ever Tuesday ntasht In the K. of P. hull. All visiting brethren cordially In- TlteJ to attend W. II. Tnirr N. G. . W. IIamitos. Secret...

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

& V "y r p "1 1 "W: ff 'Wf "rio '.r7'r " ssssssssS Swift's Specific S A Tested Remedy S For Air s 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 Blood and Skip 8 Diseases 8 S S 8 S 8 8 A reliable cure for Contagion Blood I'olton Inherited Scro- fula ndOk(n Cancer. Aa a tonle Tor delicate Women and Children It haa no equal. Being purely vegetable! la harm- less In It effect. A treutlu on 1 xxxl and Skin Dla- eaaca mailed rr.EC on nppllcotlon. liruuoUf Bell It. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. Drawer 3. Atlanta. Oa. S SSSS88S8$ fall Crop of Potatoes in thq South It has only been within a few years hast that the conditions necessary for tuccess Have been fully understood. fears ago we all assumed that because he late crop is planted in hot weather he potatoes should be planted very Icep so as to secure moisture. The esult of this deep planting almost in variably was a poor stand the potatoes largely fating to grow. A few years ago in walking over a field in late sum mer from which a crop ofpotaloes had lieen dug and marketed ...

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

rgirt . vjyww'r rvgri- '-' t-wrr--.- - "f.i i n' - ?v"w fwr fafffJWf? 'B'-'.M'' -"!. j. . ww.- r" rv' i. v- ; t"'""."" r-' Jr" T" ""' "f tiVfjy "TJ -'yvwi 1 I 'I i. if The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT ABILENE - - - TEXAS. FRIDAJULY is. 189a. JOHN HOENY !. Editor. - :: ' -" " " Office In RxrORTXR Building on Second Street. 1 '. Holered at the Abilene. Texas Poilofflco as htcoml a Mill Matter. ' Subscription Bates One year.. $t5 Six months...; "....... 75 Three months 40 Texas and Pacific Local Time Table. EAST-HOUND PASSENGER. ArriTcs...... .............. ..loo a. m. Departs......... ...11:05 A. l WEST-BOUND rASSCNGCR. Arrives.... 4:08 P. M. .Depart. 4:30 p. M ANNOUNCEMENTS ORATES FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OFFICE. -Congress $25 00 State Senate. ......... ...... .... 1$ CO Representative... 15' oo District.. 10 co County.. 5 00 Precinct.... 300 The above rates do not include price for names on ticket which will be $1.00. No candidate's name will be pat on tickets for less than price of ...

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

'.'" $. "i v -V & A 8PLENDID OFFER. ITen Scholarships In Simmons Col lege Given Away. The Reporter has completed ar rangements with the board of trustees of Simmons college for ten scholarships for the seanson 1892-3 to be given one each in the counties named to the most popular young lady or gentlemen. 32 S S 8 " S li I ' s 3g $ OF U ' i OS 3 s fX e 1 2 in s . : -S Ul a -a 5 3 1 ! T O o - - 5 3 h wis - . a i 03 if S c r zj g S i 1 it B & s. U ss a g S .2 "g 8 2 Z 7 " 2 JJ 00 ci " '-OS o o o o i ' 0 M I n 0 1 a IE 12 o s S3 0 o ex O en t Simmons college is a home institu- tion with a bright future before it. It will have a faculty equal to that of any college in the southwest. The accom- modations will be the very best. The buildings are situated on a brautifu) mound north of the city in the North Park addition and the grounds com- prise sixteen acres. The young people receiving the larg- est number of votes from their re- spective counties will be very fortunate - It COMPLE...

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

. '. : ftvynk i ti'Ttyig-iWutmri. rmramMw nwyyijiyiim nniimtyjUiiimiwiiiMiyyi pi uitjiy t I - ''- " '' "" " . ... ) The Great Race The clement of sport in horse racing is now overshadowed by the growth of gambling. Sentiment finds little to thrive upon the turf. Each racetrack ts a big stock exchange The bulk of the regular race goers if they had nothing else to do would wager money on the number of matches in a box. They are gamblers. But a race like the suburban handicap or the futurity stakes or the junior champion stakes calls out that large element which seeks I recreation rather than financial gain ait j clcmen that can draw positive enjoy- mentHrom a stirring contest among horse? qf great renown. The subur- ban handicap is a well arranged race for these sport loving people. It is a grand spectacle from beginning to end and one that arouses to the highest pitch the enthusiasm of the on-looking multitude The adjustment of weights 4S the key to the success of a handicap like the...

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

'fc CHILD BIRTH - MADE EASY! 11 Mothers' Priemd " Is a scientific- ally prepared Liniment eyery Ingre- dient of recognized value and in constant use by the medical pro- fession. These Ingredients are com- bined lra manner hitherto unknown 4 MOTHERS FRIEND" WU.L DO all that is chimed for HANDMORB. ItShortens Labor Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger to Life of Mother and Child. Book to " Mothers " mailed FREE con- taining valuable information and voluntary testimonials. Cent by epre on ttcelptof price t.W pet bottle BRAOFIELD RE6ULAT0R CO. Atlanta. Oa. aOLD BV ALL OHUOQIBTS. HENDERSON COUNTY LION. Tho Terror Inspiring Noise Creator Captured by a Hunting Party. MaLakoff Tex. July 4 The quiet farming community to the eastward has been in a flurry of excitement for a fortnight over a terror inspiring noise heard in the woods. Tne rtotse is never heard during the bright hours of day but when the heavens are overcast with dull clouds and during the periods intervening between sundown and dark ...

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

M " r- -. - . Our Caltforma Letter. I enjoyed the privilege of visiting the Stanford University May a 2d and trust the readers of the Reporter vill take an interest in a few details in re gard to this justly cetebrated institu- tion oflcarning It is situated on the Palo Alio farm in the counties of San Mateo and San ta Clara. California a short run out from San Francisco. It was founded by Governor and ex-United States Senator Lcland Stanford and his wife in memory of their only child whodied several years ago at the age of seven teen years Descriptions of the school say it is popularly supppOsed that it was suggested by ideas entertained by the youth himself and that the gener- ous founder in donating a vast amount of his wealth to the purposes of a broader and higher education for the young men and women of the Pacific Coast is only developing and widen- ing plans conceived by the magnani- mous mind of his son during his short life. Indeed the founders themselves have placed on re...

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

'f "Vf "" TUfT- - I -- The Abilene Reporter VOL. XL ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING JULY 22 1892. NO. 30. -vw-vwflp wirvryi T"?"wtr The factory of the Western' linoleum company at Akron Ohio burned yes. terday. Loss $100000; insured. Uncle Dan McGary of the Houston Age is enjoying the notoriety of a strike by his printers. The ptinters walked out but the Age came out as usual. The state executive committee of the peoples party met in Fort Worth Saturday about thirty members being present. W. Holman Sr. of Dallas commit- ted suicide Friday at die age ot eighty- three by throwing himself off a bridge at White Rock creek. At Weston a little town west of Mc- "Kinney George Maynard stabbed and killed his son Mose while on a drunk. He was immediately arrested and placed in jail. James Cook was accidentally shot and killed by a companion named Puckett at Beeville Saturday. They were playing the desperado act in fun but it resulted fatally. An excursion train was wrecked near Evansville Ind. F...

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

"Y T" t ' "Vf fTVjflH " wrpf-a- r jfwiT'jpwv'ww'nfSp'iP'nr?'T wijiBWiipffTjw ffWPWpBfF CITY DIRECTORY SECRET SOCIETIES Abitcn; Commander? No. ti Knights Tcm .r. hotJs It ttHl conclave in tlitlr asylum Mt floor Torlet A Kcovc ' building corner Sortb Second and l'lu streets on the cco::il Monday nlRht In tntU month Visiting Sir knights conllally Invited to ltimt. J. O. Cvnuu. Em. Commander uro. C. IUHiiiHerordcr. Abilene- Chspfer No. 1W n. A. M. lloWl It ifctcdconrot't!ona thote?und Friday night In 9eh month in tnelrhaiL third floon Poru-r and Rentes building corner Tine and North Second streets W. H. O. Joiikson. Sc-crvUrr J. Rxn M. K II. P. Abilene UdRC No. SJ9 F. and A. M. lloldstts stated communications the first Saturday nl-ht In each month In their hall third Door Porter and Reeves bulldln. comer Pne and North Reo tndstrccts. W.S.O.Joit-.0!tScrttary. U. II. Cook V. M. 1. 1. O. V. Electa every Tuesday night in the K. of P. halL Alt rltltlus brethren cordially In- Ttted to intend....

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 July 1892

TRrwnWT'T 'ijn&nr - "4 "t rr w--"cl''''"?TT'i(p('"!sT. v" wvif-fTwr-w.iwjr" Nature should bo assisted to throw off Imparities of tho blood. Nothing docs It so well BO promptly or bo safely ob Swift's SpcclQc. CURES ILARIJU. POISON LIFE U AD NO CHABMS. For thrco ypara I wa troubled vrlth mala" I .-4.-- l.!l AailAMfl hki HMlJtlllA fr lAlI I I was greatly reduced In flesh) and llfo all It charms. I tried mercurial and fash remedies but to no effect. I could I no relief. I then decided to try HjKKn lf.w Imi1i nf tM wonderful KEEB diclntt mado a complete and permanent cami I now enjoy Dcuer ncauu wwmui J. A. Rick Ottawa Kan. )ur book on Blood and Bkln Diseases llodfroo. ... . Swift Specifio CO. Atlanta uo. Home Hints. Bruised geranium leave freshly rut. applied lo a cut or bruise will help nl it. Using a very little lime water in Ik or cream will keep it from sour- ; and also make it more digestible. Moths again Another positive re Pour a few drops of chloroform lo the drawers in whi...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 July 1892

fjW!' wr7Fv?$3m' w& "JWftjW1'"". Ut-JI''WfiKt'HiJjU 'i "HinnWBI''! .rw7 'IMF The Abilene Reporter. PUDUSHED AT ABILENE - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY JULY as t 89 2. JOHN 1WENY JR. Editor. Office In Reporter UutMlng on Second Street. 1 11 ' I Sntored l the Ahllrno. Tex l'oitoffleo a $ecoii-CIM Mull Matter. ---- 'i 11 Subscription Btei. One year..... $1.50 Sis months .... 75 Three months 4.... .......... 40 Txas and Ptelfie Local Tint TViU. KAST-BOUNl) PASSENGER. Arr'lVc. IO:40 A. M. Departs......... ..11:05 a. M WEST-BOUND PASSENGER. Arrives 4:08 P. M. Departs. 4:30 p. m. ANNOUNCEMENTS RATES FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OFFICE; Congress $25 00 Stale Senate ;i 1500 Repreientalive . . A...... 1500 District.... 10 00 ( County 5 oo Precinct..... 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 name on ticket. FOR JUDGE 42.Ni judicial district. T. H. Con.er. TOR SHERIFF: J. V....

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 July 1892

& A SPLENDID OFFER. Ten Scholarships in Simmons Col lege Olven Away. The Reporter has completed ar rangements with the board of trustees of Simmons college for ten scholarships for the seanson 1892-3 to be given one each in the counties named to the most popular young lady or gen tlemen. 5? 51 a I 'ft 5 si i o o & s e 4 s o 3 Ill o o o w z o w o 3 li 3 5 o CO CJ to 1 s. 3. c II sf 5 a o 3 3 a s s o 3 - P2 S 5 JJ o c o E E 173 e. 'Z. k- rt "3 C o Ui O .- If 5 o 2." II e C0 B a a o a. 3 O o o o cv ) o cy o t 0 1 t a o s- O 5- & 0 ! H 0 C CO c o E E 173 Q. IE S2 rt "3 6 iS cA .a Simmons college is a home institu- tion with a bright future before it. It wilj have a faculty equal to that of any college in the southwest. The accom- modations will be the very best. The buildings are situated on a beautiful mound north of the city in the North Park addition and the grounds com- prise sh teen acres. The young people receiving the larg- est number of votes from their re- soective ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 July 1892

T- ? Vf ' 7 .; M.H .- . ... . . .... i ' ''U' jj' . ' - lis a. i.r fi lyffiggflfflgWVfli li " rff WK ilWrirWHWrrilTil T I r i j i The Treatment and Feed for 8iok ' Horsei. F. T McMahon veterinary surgeon to the Chicago City Hallway Company the Chicago fire department etc. communicates to the Street Railway Review A lengthy article on the treat raent of sick hprses from which we i copy. The principal substances from which we Select articles ot dirt lor sick horses says the writer are bran car rots oat meal linseed etc. Uran stands decidedly foremost as the food most generally in use for the invalid horse; it acts as a laxative; is frequently .tempting to the appetite ij and is easy 6f digestion. There is no i part of general treatment more univcr- I sal than offering this substance as a I change of food. Is the horse very j weary and his powers of digestion "i weakened in consequence we induce i him to take a warm bran mah which comfortable distends the stomach and satisfies any crav...

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