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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 June 1889

-.HW oifiiiiwiii WWJH ' . Ml 1 I P H!f j ' il IL ?i The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT . ABILENE - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY JUNE 14 1889. JOim JWEVV ?. Editor. GEO. W. A'OAC Associate Editor. Sobicriptlon IUtei. One )Mr $i.S Six ntnftilK : 75 Tlircc mmitln 40 Office in llonlcr Iluilduii; on Second Street. . . . Itntorci! nt I ho Abilene Texn. 1'oHolHee n Si-coihI In" Sttill Matter The Cronin mystery still puzzles the Chicago police. ' The Sheriff's convention will meet in Abilene next June. Ex-Secretary of state Bayard will soon marry Miss Mary Clymcr. DeLeon in Eastland county has incorporated for school purposes. President Harrison will spend a part of the summer in Deer park Mary- land. The city council of Toronto Ontario appropriated $3000 to the flood suf- ferers. Two white men were killed by Apache Indians in New Mexico a few days ago. The eleventh annual convention of the sheriffs of Texas met at Galveston on June 10th. The El l'aso National bank of El Paso has been 'designated as U...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 June 1889

-.-iift. i" I M Ainu. ..-" r mmtitm ii hi. .m-im 1 himi 1 hiiIihh iiii lio-U. - 4t J ULb& . Jft j w fr m i 'hk fr XA.Xj. Toxai and Pacific Local Time table. T.ATr-noUNt pAssfcNnKR. ArHvci 1 1 ;od a. M. Dcpaits 11125 a. M. WEST-IIOUNI) I'ASSENOKR. Arrive 3tJ4 p. M. Departs. 355 t m. Magnolia flour at D. 'W. Wrtstcn'srl 1 'i The weather is fine and crops arc growing nicely. Will Douglass went to Galveston Tuesday morning. Prof. Lucas and family arrived from Itasca Wednesday. Prof. Lucas says our new band is getting along nicely. W. A. George and George liondics went east Tuesday. Jno. E Tuite Rockford III. spent Monday in this city. Miss Nina Young Fort Worth Sunday. returned from Fifteen cars of cattle were shipped yesterday to Chicago. .- -i- C. W. Roberts and D. L. Middleton spent Monday fn Baird. Messrs. Newsoin and Price of Anson were in the city Tuesday. W. A Flint sold 280 acres of land this Week in Jones county. Prof. Span of Corsicana is visiting the family of W. L. Gatli...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 June 1889

r Si BFf jf M-.Wwayfc- -- ij'j. iR LNm' ..tJSHfwlSt. gSfiJS!? S 4p t -J 1 H 111 ' n PREMIUM LIST. Abilene District Fair. Abilene Texas Oct. 1 2 and 3. RFJLUS 1A)K THE KA1K. I. The Pair will be open promptly nt 2 o'clock r. m. on October 1st nnd everything must he in pi ire hy that time. a. An article can only he entcictl for one premium and having iccn entered for a premium catuiut he grouped with other articles for a collective exhibit. Tliis rule applies only to the agricultural and ladies' departments. 3. Such of the exhibits made by citicru of Taylor county ai can lie will be shipped tfi Pallas for exhibition. ' 4. Premiums Mil he awarded by committees selected with the grcntcM caie. No one will be permitted to serve on a committee com- peting for a prize to be awarded by that committee. Citizen of differ- ent countie will compose committees as far ns practicable The premiums will be delivered on the day after the Pair. List of Premiums. Cotton At least 5 good plant dried ; also...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 June 1889

n V r if m THE DHIftY. ::v. :X Butter Color Ideas From Toxnu. Much discussion and not a little ill feeling is taking place over the ques- tion of coloring butter. With your permission I will ofTcr a thought or two: I have been for ycarsj selling butter to customers. Sometimes it is a little pale for I never use any coloring save to try to provide a green bite for my cows at all times and as our climate is favorable it is rare that my butter is not up to the standard. In such cases ' I would color if the consumers desired it; but I should tell them so. in lart sometimes my patrons have remarked that the butter was not so yellow as usual but when I have offered to pro- cure annatto or annotto or whatever it is they have invariably answered "Oh ! dear no ! don't dye my butter." Now I make butter to sell and as my trade requires light salting I only use one-half ounce or salt to tne pounu ; but would use two ounces if my pat- rons asked it so I should color it if they demanded it but sh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 June 1889

y ...--nf..t)iaw.B)ipm jtWB!'- - g"n"fw J V A 1 U I ..iJ fl PREMIUM LIST. Abilene District Fair. Abilene Texas Oct. 1 2 and 3. R II L H S KUK TM'B FAIR. 1. The Fait will lc open promptly nt i o'clock l M. on October JAt and everything mint lie in pl.tre ly that time. 2. An nrticlc ran only be entered for one premium and having been entered for a premium cannot lie grouped Viith other articles forn collective exhibit. Tlii rule applies only to the agricultural and ladies' departments. 3. Such of the exhibits made by citizens of Taylor county as can be xiill be shipped to Dallas for exhibition. .4. Premiums vtil be awarded by committees selected with the grcateM caie. No mie will be pcimittcd to serve on a committee com- peting foi a prize to be awarded by that committee. Citizens of differ- ent counties will compose committees as far ns practicable. The premiums will be delivered on the day after the Fair. List of Premiums. Cotton At lcas.1 5 good plants dried ; also cotton in seed (...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 June 1889

(V . ihl Jr r H m t 1 M M- M m THE DKIY. Buttor Color Ideas From Toxtiu. Milch discussion nnd not a little ill feeling is taking place ovfcr the ques- tion of coloring butter. With . your permission I will- offer a thought or two; I have been for ycarsj selling butler i to customers. Sometimes it is a little pale for I never use any coloring save to try to provide a green bite for my cows at all times and as our climate is favorable it is rare that my butter is not up to the standard. In such cases I would color if the consumers desired it ; but I should tell them so. In fart sometimes my patrons have remarked that the butter was not so yellow as usual but when I have offered to pro- cure annatto or annotto or whatever it is they have invariably answered "Oh ! dear no ! don't dye my butter." Now I make butter to sell and as my trade requires light salting I only use one-half ounce of salt to the pound ; but would use two ounces if my pat- rnnc: ncUpl if. en I sllOUld Color it if jNc...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 June 1889

SB awkiiptfn)i "f A" '.s M n K. tt 'V t 111 H I - 1). T).' Piirtler left for ensi Texas Tuesday. '' i' ' Mrs. Andre Moonc vfoiied fn Pott Worth Inst week. Little Aniie Sirttenls has been sick the past few day.i. m Peaches marketed here by our far- mers are very fine m Miss Hettie McConichie isi(cd tlie Spring Palace Saturday. Major R. IJ. Parker visited the Spring Palace the first of the week. Mrs. Hattie Flcklicrof Payle Coc is visiting friends in Abilene tins week. Miss Leta Walton went to Port Worth Wednesday to visit the Spring Palace. Cten. John Sayles left Wednesday for Port Woith to view the Spring Palace. Alex. Oliver T. & V. agent at Jfig Springs passed through the city Wed- nesday enroute to the Spring Palace. J. T. Page and daughter Miss Car- rie and Mrs. K. A. Pearce went to Fort Worth Saturday to sec Ihe Spring Palace. The grapes this year in Taylor coun- ty are looking fine. The vines are in a thrifty condition and loaded down with fruit. Henry PfafT the genial rep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 June 1889

H K i The Abilene Reporter. VOL. VIII. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING JUNE 81 1889. NO. 25 ff- N. c . ' & P OWYALPSff.'O c trovf tHjm POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never vnries. A marvel of purity strength and wholesomcness. More economical than the ordinary Mnds and can- not he sold in competition with the multitude of low test short weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. ItOYAI. IlAKINC I'OWDKR Co. 106 Wall St. N. V. Uniontown a small town in Kansas was visited by a wind and rain storm on June 16 which did a great deal of damage to property and killed several people. President Diaz will be invited to at- tend the Dallas fair. We will get the president of Mexico to the United States yet if there is anything in per- sistent effort. The correspondent of the Denison Gazeteer who so severely and unchar- itably criticised Miss' Zulema Garcia at Fort Worth was evidently out of something to say. An explosion of natural gas took place in Indianapolis a few days since ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 June 1889

..vMi1 WS5SE22Z ! tiwlSIUuSllV. i tifsisfssssstesxsxsxjv y4iT"Wr-iiinfl snw 7 I 1 i! i H i i i M i t.i . ' . i I? I) - i 1a h !l ill LH 1 '8 OHUROII DIRECTORY. ftrrt )iltft-Siilii1ny.(icli()t)l. B!30 h. tn.s HcrvUf nt II n. in. nmlMi.lii m. I iirnvcrmiM't- ItiK ecry WHiiMiiiiy iiIkIiI. 0. v Smith nMor MtlitlM. Kontli Snii1ii'-KrlMil. !. n! in) fcrvlw ni II n. in. ntiilH p. in.; prnji-r nit'ellnf? I'vory Vc'Iiipiii) cvt'tiliiK nl H p. in. r. S. MrC'nrvcr. ulor Cliiireli nf Ilic Ilnni'iily HO'l-onlcc " Hiinilnr n( II n. tit. iyiil H.ilii p. hi.. oxi-pplhiK "li Hit! cei'iiiiil SiiiiiIiiv; Wi'iIiii'mIii) vumiIiik nt H:iWl; Siiiiiliiy-M'liinil t OiWn. In. I'lrft Pri''li)lorlfiti Siiiiilny-iiolKml oory Mm- ilny nt II: IA n. in.: serving lift mnl aomiiil sim- tiny In cnrli tnoiilli nl II n. in. nml H .'Hi p. in.: prncr nit'clhiit vwty VeilmMlny iiIrIiI nlH::)iip. in. J. A. t n-UIU'in. pnlnr. ClirlMliui C'liifTt'li-iniln m titml rvcry Similnj nl H:.in n in. . i-Mlu-i nrrt Hilrtl Mini fiiurt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 June 1889

It ' JiW m m I l ; ' m a 11 it 1 4 IIiZE STOCK. Cleveland Bays. I Imve seen several articles in your paper on horses nhd have very seldom seen the Cleveland 13ay mentioned and knowing that they are the best itll purpose horse we can have and I think the future horse of Texas I thought I would send you a few arti- cles taken from the leading stock pa- pers in England. Many think these horses arc of short pedigree and a new hoi se which is a mistake for they are one of the oldest breeds of horses in England and I am sure that when the horse breeders of this state once sec them and see the stock they can raise from them coupled with the small 'lexas mare they will have no other horse. Mr. G. E. Hrown of Illinois who is tfne of the largest importers of horses into the states writing to the above mentioned paper says that he first im- ported the Cleveland Bay into this country in 1874 and that they attrac- ted much attention from the general public unbiased judges recognizing in them .1 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 June 1889

i&wxesx- aAHWi SSSSSSSSSSSsasss h jt " " ' ' M tjjrifwp9 A I ( I 1 '- U - it lilt If i -Ml ui' i in :; i r. i M' The Abilene Reporter PUBLISHED AT '' ABILENE - - -' TEXAS. FRIDAY JUNK ai t88o. JOHN HOENW JR. Editor. GEO. IF. HO AC If Associate Editor. Subscription Katei. One yenr $1.50 Six mont)i ' 75 Three months to Officii in llonler lluilrilng on Second Street. Rtitcrcil nt tlie Abilene Tcxi. Iuiiniri' n ' siriiiiilcliii Mill Mnttrr. Dcnison is to have electric lights soon. Our next district fair is "the talk" of the whole country. Our sister counties seem to he very enthusiastic about our district fair. What's the matter with moving the Spring Pal.iccMo the Abilene fair this fall. We feel a pride in our district fair and want to see it a success in every department. Cardinal Gibbons will soon ordain the first colored Catholic prie t in the United States. It is rumored that a five hundred million dollar coal trust has been formed in Philadelphia. Manuel Herrera of Laredo Texa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 June 1889

' ' : f - VI I IK U.i tf t w Kite ' ifr LOCAL. . Texas and Paclflo Local Tlmo Table. RATT-IIOUNIJ PASSF.N'(iF.R. Arrives I l:oo a. m gfljDeparts 1 1:25 a. m WKSr-IIOUNI) l'ASSRJMKR. Vrrivcs . . . y.34 i'. M. cparts. 1. 3:55 v. M. The band is practicing nearly every light. Charlie Savicrs is running his binder night and day. I 1 Ej .j.w. t 1-u.tnji; Will. IVJ lilllil.l Ull business Tuesday. Prof. WagstafT Buffalo (lap spent j-i'uesday in the city. m C. Evans took in the Spring Palace Ethe first of the week. Henry Sayles returned from Clalves- ton Tuesday morning. Shcrifi" Tucker of Haskell county !vas in Abilene this week. Judge and Mrs. H. A. Porter visited fie Spring Palace M01 'Miss Ella Edwards Monday. left Monday for a visit to friends in Louisiana. Judge G. A. Kirkland was a visitor to the Spring Palace Monday. The corner stone of the new school house will be laid next Tuesday. II. H. Lucked and wife returned from the Spring Palace Tuesday. Mr. lohnson. of lohnson Bros. of I f ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 June 1889

llfw rmzr. ... wncareBwwoijra! - iSww'WprWK' rowettft .HiCMrtRrs i ( ! ! 1 i : 1 r i :j rs I Ri i : r i 1) r i f M m taMaMfr.ytwfrfi I. hmflTii HGRICULTURE. . 4 Orchard anil Garden. The urclianl or garden tli.it is well cared for will not prove a failure. There are few parts of the farm that can be in.ule more profitable than the garden. It fs very important in giving an ap- plication to destroy pests to repeat sufficiently often to make sure of the desired results. If the assumed poison seems to burn the foliage it is a good indication that it is stronger than is necessary .nnd should he weakened. As a rule the c entre of the apple trees should be cut so as to induce low branrhc. Keep all the dead wood cut out so as to preserve the health of the tree. Thinning with grapes can nearly always be made beneficial as it is not a good plan to allow the vines to mature too large a crop while by thinning the quality may be gradually improved. If in setting out the apple trees the .mistake h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 June 1889

LI ' St . POULTRY. Fat Asiatic Fowls. Mr. 15. II. Unson'of Wilmot 1ml. a breeder of Ur.lhtnns writer to the grange Judd Fanner concerning the proper trcatnient of Asiatics which csijrc to sit and whose desires are not pprcciated. He says: "1 claim Jhcm very eas to break up if taken .When llicy first show signs of being roody. 1 lie matter is very simple : l'lac6 them in a strange pen three or four days and the job is done. This is the rule. Of course you will oc- casionally find an Asiatic hen which will not yield so readily. But th& same is true of nearly every class of fowls." t f TT.ann itlnn ..Ir....... i 1 . f. t II... iur. upsuii iiiau 1.11111113 iii.it iiiv. 9 "breaking down" process is not auo to a failure to expel eggs owing to fat as one writer declares. He says he has dissected several hens afilcted thus and never found anything wrong with the eggs passage. He says: "What then is the cause of this con- dition ? As it always occures in fat hens it is usually attributed...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 June 1889

OKSliaKaaKaBBSKjJW ' 5 ' ;i v- fl !'f i1' h 1' ?? i i 1" ii i ; Hi M ' V ! U i; A"J r ' M fl KM II If 1" Rt fr n .wUttijiw PREMIUM LIST Abilene District Fair. Abilene Texas Oct. 1 2 and 3. Rlir.ES'KDK THE KAIW 1. Tin: Fair Will lie open ptmitl) at 2 o'clock r. M. mi October l si anil ucryiliiti must lie in phre ly thai lime. 2. An article tan only lie entereil fur one prciniuni and h.-winj liecn entered for a premitnn canmil lie grouped with other articles forn collective exhibit. This rule ap.plies tmly to the agricultural anil ladies' departments. 3. Such of the exhibits made li) citizens of T.i)lor comity as can he ill he shipped to Dallas for exhibition. 4. l'rcniiuins wil he awarded h) committees selected with the greatest care. No one will he pemiltted to serve on a committee com. peling for a prize to he awarded hy that committee. Citizens of differ- ent counties will compose committees as far as praclieahle. The premiums will he delivered on the day after the Fair. I.isr ok ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 June 1889

The Abilene Reporter. VOL. Villi ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING JUNE 28 1889. NO. 20 J trR m- w K W-Lk nimn? 7 W LRPYALWff.lSji POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity strength nml wholesnmencss. More economical than the ordinary kinds and can- not be'kold in competition with the multitude of low test short weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. IvOVAL IlAKINT. l'OWDKR Co.J 106 Wall St. N. Y. Iowa Park will celebrate the Fourth of July in a glorious manner. One ancTthirty-two hundredths inches of rain fell last Monday night. Prohibition has been defeated in Pennsylvania by a large majority. There is considerable opposition to the establishment of a territorial gov- ernment in Oklahoma. An unknown man was killed near Encinal last Saturday morning. There was no way of identifying him. The Robert E. Lee camp of confed- erate veterans held a re-union at I.ampassas on Saturday the 22. Seventeen miners are imprisoned in a pit at Sydney Australia an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 June 1889

HI Mi. UJ4 wv. ...... "ViT! .Jf I- r KfeftVS.i! ItHteuAwfet-fi..' SBT . j.v.i'&$3 raS(ISfiiss''eii!aai.iu' ."" -""" '.( : y" i! ; . ! 11 Kb . p. fell vir H mi i h ip M i i A' "h ! iV. L j . fit wfr- . i ZjOC-A-IL.. CHUnOH DIItEOfOItY. Kirnt lijill'i sniii' 0IhmiI 11:30 1. "'.: mt- Vlt'pni II ii. in ntiU H'.io p. tn. : pinrfr lncpillii;. ovory Wmltiovlny nil-Ill. U. W. smith inlur. MrlluwIM H-miiIi "mltiny 't'lmnl. n:sn ji. m. : crlco nl II n. in. iiliil'N. m. i priijcr iiici'lliis every Wi'llK'lii ru-tilllK "t H p. m. ('. H. Me- Oimur iutr Cluitch or tlu ItMU'lily llet Sorvlrri oti.nii- iliij nl II ii. in mill H 10 p. hi oxi'uplitiBim Ilic mtoihI Hilinlitt . WrilncMlny evening nl SiW; tMimtny nrliuol'iit D:H0 n. in Klrft I'nbjlorlnti 'uinlny n-limil every Sun- itnynt (l:IS ii. m. ; crvlre llil nml ii'oimI Sun- ilnys In ciii'li iiiimlli nl II n. in mill HBKlp. In.; j.rnjer inrrini'S eu'ry Wi'ilnnily nlifhl nl Mtii) p. in. 'I .. Cii'IkIiIiiii. pitslnr. ChrlMlnn 'linreli smnliiy wl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 June 1889

fi w ft & LIME STOCK. Horse Notes. Delvidcrc has been let up lately be- cause of a splint. The stallion Erin is in Kentucky in Rhody Patterson's 'stable. Labold Bros recently refused an of- fer of $i 0000 for Montrose. Camillc record 1:25 by Happy Me- dium has a colt by Kphaujet 219. Jack Phillips drove Orange Hoy a mile over Suffolk track in 2:26 1-2. Prodigah Ilethen. Canteen and Kola arc all 'wearing hoods and blinkers the rogue's badge. An English bookmaker recently en- tered a lions den on a wager and pat- ted a lioness on the head. Salvator was named for an old South American colored scryent be- longing to Mr. 1 lagging family. The English Jockey Club has warn- ed Lord James Douglass off the New- market course for defaulting in (bets. It is reported that E. Z. Tyler one of the owners of J. 15. Richardson died on Eriday of last week at Detroit. The succcsful western 3year-old Jewel Hen will be sent to Shecphead Hay to have a try for the rich Realiza- tion stakes. Juhn Murph...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 June 1889

SSira $ iv ' i vM M 1 ! I !1 i 5 -M it f(! 1 i t i il .'Hi ir ii ; !. i ' 'hi 3. ' ff The Abilene .Reporter. PUBLISHED AT ABILENE - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY JUNE sS 1889. JOHN IWENY JR. Editor. GEO. IV. ROACH Associate Editor. t .f. Subscription Rate One year $1.50 Six months 75 to Three mnntln Office in llunlcr llinldint; on .Second Street. Kntcri'il nt tin' Alillcm1. Toxn. I'oMnllli'o n "Komi rini Mull MlllllT. Fort Concho has been abandoned. Honham ts digging for artesian wa ter. Corn will make fifty bushels per acre. Cotton is about and looks well. ready to bloom Farmers are busy saving mense crops of grain. the im- The Manhattan brass factory in New York was burned June 24th. The Sheriff of Robertson county has been indicted by the grand jury. Millet is very fine this year heads measure two inches in etcr. Some diain- Col. August Belknap of San An- tonia died in Santa Harbara Colorado June 22. Rev. R. T. Hanks has resigned the pastorate of the First Baptist church at Dallas. launcey.w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 June 1889

w 5ft ! HOO-A-ILk Toxm and I'aclflc Local Time Tabic. BASTMWl'NIJ l'A.UI'Nlfl H. Arrives . (isooa. M. )cpnrts 1 1125 a. M. WKSI-IIOUNI) TASSKNIII-.K. Arrives i'-i.i p. m. Starts : 3:35 '' M Taylor Gets Thoro as Usual. If M'.t... - -- I...I .-... t myiui euumy was nwnruvu mti j)lacc Jin liorticulttire at the Spring Palace by the committee appointed fio award prizes. This committee was (fcomposed of men out side of the state lif Texas hence there could he no partiality shown. m - Prof. J. M. Wagslaff was in the city fuesday. Geo. P. Phillips relumed froin Hal ls Tuesday. The rain Monday night was a wel come visitor. Tuesday was Texas' day at the iSpring Palace. Abe Mulkey is holding a meeting at Dublin Texas. Prof. J. A. Co of Anson was in ADiicnc Wednesday. Col. O. M. Howie of Weatherford was in Abikne Monday. The Ohio statu republican conven tion is in session this week. lift Editor Kiefer of the Fisher Count v IHh ' IffgCall was in the city Monday. Re. ltishop will preach at the Mc...

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