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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 June 1889

2iJ. 'la.'tL. .-.fe-feia: r';:' 'w ' j'n' w-asi 5Sfa4 i-L. ?2SuSSSSnBXftti- rftWfrA" tSMtf1 - ViW-'TiSWBWIUr" "Wt-'-MHP V I ( '' I i I J 11 i 1 J 0 I'V 1! l IH KGRICULTURE. The Gottoti Worm War. Please grant me the indulgence to answer many question m regard to boll worms and my mode of destroy- ing them- Voiir valuable pnju r must have a Very great circulation tluougli- out the state as I hne liad letters from every portion of it I am an old fanner was born on a cotton planta- tion over sixty years ago was raised in u cotton tountr) and hac had huge of a cotton plantation out foity ears 1 have made iihhk laising ( otton 'I hi hull norm K destructive to cot- ton roasting ears and green tomatoes The si three tl ings are all tint are known to be eaten b) them. The fl) places iiii egg in tin tender silk of the roasting en and at m.itunt) of the worms t In v go into the ground and form tiK'Hhrvsalis; at the proper age I mother miller comes out and contin- lies to increase as long as the...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 June 1889

1 II. H0US6H0LD. Household Glints. ' 1)0 you friends of the dear dolicht- jlful household Jsccp a scrap hook one Kin which to paste cookitm receipts ? do. All tested receipts are put in ; llso Kood hints on housc-keepinc home management and useful thoughts ! mil suKdebtions conccinum house- )ld matters find their wav theic to Wtnftke up thy book of useful informa- i.uuii. i nave mine umoeu into several part.s; thus one for bread muf- fins etc. lor cake for pies and icustard and so on. Never starch handkerchiefs napkins or nice cotton tare. A starched iiandkerchief is a vexatious useless Hunt?. From a stiff hard ironed nan kin deliver us. Only sprinkle such hings with clean water and iion the ace on the wrong side to bring out he pattern perfectly. Now to have hirts and collars stiff and glossy pre pare starch thus : I o every table oonful of nice starch add one of ifiiijverizecl borax and one and one-half jnearly ot cold water. Dip in the osom wnsts and collars roll tlieni htly for ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 June 1889

VUFL m WSnKst vfigwtRyisyyrrgtajgjaar' sj2ajwimsMwfM.i4iiyS .vwrTrf &? rwrr? t -Jy 4.WM I' 1 li I .A I ! A n 1 1 IvJK-' tiu B t H V a 1W t (Continued From Last Wools ) PREMIUM LIST' DISTRICT FAIR Abilene Texas Oct. 1 2 and 3. 7 A 1 ) 1 1-: S DEI'AK T M E N T. CLASS A. AKIIMK WOKf lilt VRiilt.ill NM llll UIIIIM- I !! tl. HnmKonieM pijo.' of horn fur.tiMre : iremiin by I Imiri ; i.n. k'Wers $10. MoM itrtUlic t.iMc nil.Hil wiih iiMne wihhIs fouiul In the Alulcnt imintr) ; premium liy AIjii & Oh Vt.jtfWclcrt $10. in go K. MuM orn-iiiicnl.il piece uf furniture mule of any nr ill pniiliul- of !fic Abilene rounti) : premium b) J. . Ketl .v C i. ilry (jomU .in. I 41 ccrie. $5 in niil'sc. Most artistic fancy article tnvle ol the products of the Al.ileile lountr) ; premium b Kel .to. ib) jpimN and groceries $3 mjjioiN. Most beautiful traiisp.il cut) made of prc-.eil cultivated t1oer ; piemium 1) I.Al'.ipcnm hut Inline belt) biml n $4. Must licitiuftit tr.uiparUK made of pieiMl wild ll...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 July 1889

w The Abilene Reporter ft V6i. viii. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING JULY 5 1889. NO. 27 w. mm $ W iV- WOf m YmJ I if A v: W.i . w ijift' - :afiN r POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds and can- not be sold in competition with the multitude 'of low test short weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. KOYAI. IlAKINO I'OWDKK CO. 10G Wall St. N. Y. Abilene ships flour cotton wool oats corn hides fruits and vegetables all her own products to the- country west. Taylor the banner .county of West Texas won the first prize for the best horticultural display at the Spring Palace. A young man by the name of Jack- ' son fell from the third story of a build- ing at Denison and received mortal injuries. George Mitchell a young farmer living near Gainesville was run over by a loaded wagon Monday evening and killed. The shipments froin this place for June were rather light compared with May b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 July 1889

VSMKF'Vffl f i - iiiium ii mwl lk)C m" r I i I li il ' a i f .J 1 ' ft I ? J 31 i 1 ' i M i i. u 'I I U'.. ' W ! i! W : J! ! m: 1 'I' f . - .: i i" i - ; it! r'l N 'H i2 if J i IVU ".V IjOO-A.Xj.w CHURCH DIREOTOKY. Vlnl nilll suiiilny neliool U:3Qk. uii wr vlreni.ll h. in. mill H-W p. in.) jiihiit iiiCi-IIiik. cvcrjf WnliiCMlny lilKlit. (I. V. "infill. nMor. MHlioiilt. Soiilli tiinilny cluiol : ii. m : ten Mr t II n. in. nml h p in. i ptnvt fiicctlnc every Witlni'ulny vunihiK t Hp. in. C S. Me- !nner pnMor. Olltlrtli of the lleiuriily llc-l- ctvlvi- mi im- tluynttln.nl. unci M :MO p. til.. c.T vlilltiK nil Did ncofillil Silixlnyi WVilni'Mliiy ifiutt.' t B-Wlt .Similny n'lKHil ftt 9:fO n in. Flrt lrc1i)lprliiii "tiiulny rliml mpm mhi- ilny nt li:W u. in. : cor li vt first nml o tniil Sun- ilnjx In nii'li iiioiitli nt II n. in. nml K-sOp. in.; prnjiT iili'ctliiK uvi-f) Wrilmtilny night nt H-.'SO . in. J A. Cti'lKliliiu pn-tnr ChrMlnii Cluirrli "nnility t'lmil oery Mm lny nt tl:SO n in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 July 1889

V if J W i A MP V fi I ' f if" 4 LIME STOCK. Why is it 1 W)y is it that every fariildf find stockman docs not raise good cattle ? asks the South Omaha Stockman. When they can sec that well bred cat- tle which have cost no more to raise and feed selling for so much more per hundred than their own slock it would seem as if that would be sufficient to convince them of the advantages of good blood. Hut the owner of scrub stock is a man blind (o his own inter- ests and utterly refuses to be bene- fitted by experience or by what others arc doing. If one were to ask him why he did not iijiprove the quality of his stock the answer would be: "Mine is just as good as theirs only it ain't got any fancy name." And yet every time .1 bunch of thoroughbred or good grade beef cattle is sold they top the market at 20 to 40 cents per hundred. Salesmen on the market always in- sist that a bunch of thoroughbred cat- tle be quoted as such in the market reports for there is such a difference between them...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 July 1889

rviSiv '4' HmaEHiMUUUlMI HUBuMMK wiH't.'wv. - 1 ! i : f 4. r ) 'it t"! ff-5. (J 6' ill K H II I m I 1- i!4 H rta v ?rr i ! lili mast br 1 The Abilene 'Reporter. . i ... 4.-A.-..i-i - w - . Ma --.. -i..... PUBLISHED AT ABILENE - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY JULY 5 1889. JOHN HOENV JR.y Editor. GEO. IF ROACH Associate Editor. Subscription Ratci One yenr $1-5 Six monllu 75 Three month jo Office in Ilooler Building on Scconil Street. ' Kiileri'il nl tliu Alillptic. TVxn I'oMoIHoc hveoiht ln M'lH Mutter. Lumber is going into the country every day. Anson will have a grand barbecne on the 17th. ' The murderers of Dr. Croinn will be tried in August. The interest in the district fair is growing every day. The live stock association should be permanently organized. 1 There will be no exhorbitant hotel charges during our fair. The fruit crop of the Abilene coun- try is splendid this year. A cow boy was killed by lightning near Uallinger last Saturday. Ex-President Woolsey of Yale col- lege died July ist ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 July 1889

. ' "it 1 1 . ii 1 . I .... ...1 1 11 1 -. .. .11 I- .1 1 . 1 11 . p ? 4 I f?ir Cr k"i!f' ?r " r If i4 foA. m9 mwm vvW " .' Texal and FaeiflG Local Time Tabloi r.AST-l!OUND fASSKN'AF.Rt Arrives . 1 1:00 A. M. Dojisrls ..1 11125 A. M WRST-HOUftl I'ASSRNtlF.R. Arrives 3:34 i M. Departs. 3155 v. M. Mrs. N. Porter will return from the east Sunday. I. M. Oivcns llillsboro is in the city prospecting. John Matthews left Wednesday for a visit to Galveston. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Ellis visited friends in Abilene this week. Mrs. liracken is visiting her father's family Sheriff Cunningham. Walter Jones of Toyah is visiting relatives in Abilene this week. Ed. Walshe is sojourning in Colo- Krado enjoying a summer vacation. m p imck ivicai ana iuonarcn vapor K stoves at Ed. S. Hughes & Co's. 27-1 'f miss ruiuua iikc was u pieasuiu n r . r 1 -1 ti:i. ..1 l caller at the Khpoktek office Wednes- day. The public school building com- mittee had a meeting yesterday morn- ing. 0 . Get you a gasoline stov...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 July 1889

. MMMnmnn 1 t' '" .-1 '4 V V j h i t i i i in i AS P. M W ( "i: 'ft i I.' s... ? 1 H 1 1 " Ji II i ! "ij it i 'a m KGRtCULTURE Farm Notes. Dairy schools seen! to pay in Den- mark. Nearly $50000 are expended for their maintainence and within a score of years the exports of butter increased from $2100000 to $1 3.000- 000. The increase is due to knowing how to make good butter and then maintaining an even standard of excel- lence. Denmark lias 900000 cows and 900 co-operative factories. Fruit. If a man grows the right varieties of fruit it will pay him a bet- ter interest on the money invested and the time required for its cultivation than anything else on his farm. Fruit will not pay every year any more than any other crop but on a ten years av- erage the fruit on any man's farm (if of the right sort and properly grown stock is planted) will put- more clean cash into his pocket in proportion to the amount taken out than anything else he can raise. It often occurs that we desire a mode...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 July 1889

p . a eyw ran 1 m P- fo V ' r . - . THE DKIRY. Dairy Management TJiero nrc many fine and intricate points about dairy management the observance of all which tends to suc- cess. As fellow dairymen and farmers allow me to stir up your pure minds by way of remembrance in regard .thereto.. The other day I was in the stable of a dairy husbandman who was always glad to have every friend stranger or acquaintance assist in teat manipulation at milking-timc. He regarded milking as a tedious dis- agreeable job an ever-recurring chore that tied men perpetually at home and was only too glad to have Tom Dirk or Harry to give him a lift whenever they happened around. Now this man was unconsciously violating one of the fine points of dairy management and with inexorable precision and ex- actness the price of the trespass was required from his emolument "As ye measure so shall it be measured to you again" is a Biblical law but it can be appropriately applied to the subject we have under hand. A dai...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 July 1889

V i 1 4 'A M . 1 i ; lu 3T fc -41 A h y ' U.t ff i :1i I l&' I! re r Si If 3" M i La PREMIUM LIST DISTRICT FAIR; Abilene Texas Oct. 1 2 and 3. LIVE STOCK. HORSE DEPARTMENT. J)ifilomai will tc fiucn for all kinds of sterk receiving premiums as ft is lehevtJ that a cti tifuate of merit will ie of gi eato value than any other premium. CLASS 1 Draft Horses. liest stalliun 3 years qld or over. ' mare or gelding 3 years old or over. " colt or filly 2 years old. " colt or filly 1 year old. " sucking oil or filly. " pair matched draft horse 3 years old or ov or. General Purpose Horses. ltest Rtallion 3 years old or over. ' mare or gelding 3 years old or over. " colt or tilly 2 years old " colt or filly 1 year old. " sucking colt or filly. " pair matched horses. Standard Brfd Troitfrs. liest stallion 3 years old or over. ' " mare or gelding 3 years old or over liest colt or filly 2 years old. " colt or filly t year old. " sucking colt or filly. DlOROUUHIIRKDS. Rest stallion 3 years o)d o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 July 1889

0 S- WMv The Abilene Repori r 1 VOL. VIII. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING JULY 12 1880. A ! C?' 'ft 4m j mM mm r" Bct'.il'(ISXC?fii POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varicSj A marvel of purity strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds and can- not be sold in competition with the multitude of low test short weight nlum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. Rovai. IUkinc I'owdf.r Co. i of Wall St. N. V. Fred Douglass has been- appointed minister to Hayti. The daughter of the prince of Wales is to marry -the earl of Fife. The new bridge has been completed between El Paso and Paso del Norte. Charles Ide and Miss Langdon two lovers were drowned while boat riding a few days since at Minneapolis. There is a movement on foot to settle the negroes of the Unitjl States in Mexico. Caleb Epps shot and killed a des- perado by the name of Cox in the Chicasaw Nation a few days since. Three boys were drowned while bathing in a creek near lirenham Tex- as on July 8...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 July 1889

K j H Ij 7h i i -11 . : T ' 1 M JMrt 1 t ; I H i kl! I III t .' i ? i . i w I in i :u -CHURCH DIRECTORY s" . tv Vlnl lplll SuiiiIh urtioo) 11:30 A. tnr. s ttt- vices ni II n. in. inn! x.1o p. jn.j tun) it mrelltiK every WVilnunlii.v tilRhl. 0. Wi Smith pn(or. SlctliwUM. South sitnrtny Miool :8U it.' m: fcrvlee nt II n. m ami n p.m.; pnijcr mitIIhs pvcry Weilnculny rvrmtiR nt H p. m. 0. H. Jlc- L'urrcr. ntur. I'linri'li of tlipllciivi'iilyKcM Scnlro "tt 'Mill- ilny nt II n. in. ntnl H:30i. m cxroiillnmm tin1 Kfoml stimtii t WoilttrMliiy vwuiiw t H:30 .Sumliiy fcliool ni (1:10 iL in. PlrM I'resliytorlnn inmlny n'limit rcrv Stm- tiny nl P:Mn. ni.i iTVlcr llrct unci cooml Sim tliijn III cnoli tiuuitli nt It n. m. nnil H:M in.; ptnyiT MectlliK every Weiltiesiliij nltslit lit .30 p. in. J. A. Cri'lKlitDM. pnHiir ('tirlitlitti Clnircli Mitnlny school every Stm- iliiy nl ll::w n. iil ; fcrl(c every tlilnl nnil Miiith Miniinjs in rni'ii iniHiiii nt n n. in nun n p in prnycr iiH'dlnu Veiliiev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 July 1889

B. P i'tmt Jrft If" ESS. j )-i n u LI1ZE STOCK Rcsomblo Each Other. Mr. H. C. Mcrwin treats of the American trotter in the Atlantic Monthly. Hc says: "There is one respect in which all the most dis- tinguished trotters have resembled each other and that is their nervous energy in high spirit and courage." That flame which the Washington Hol- low horseman detected in the eye of Flora Temple came out afterward in the resolute burst of speed with which she finished her fastest miles. Dexter was represented as being 'chock full of fire and deviltry' and capable of jumping like a cat. Hiram Woodruff as we have seen spoke of his "wicked head.' Goldsmith Maid had a strong will of her own and the excitement she betrayed on the eve of a race showed how fine was her organization. She would stand quietly enough' says her driver 'While being hitched to the sulky' although she had been pre- viously kicking Xnd plunging in her stall 'but she woulll shake and trem- ble until 1 have her feet make t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 July 1889

'UK S4fi&4SAM1-s'''' &.. t ! i ; ' iv 10- 1 w The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT ABILENE - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY JULY 12 1889. JOHN itOENW JR. Editor. GEO. W. HO AC If Associate Editor. Subicriptlon IUtoi. ' . One year. ... $i-5 Six month 75 Three months 1 OfTice in. llonlcr lluililtng on Second Street. Kntoreil at tlio Aliltfiic. 'lVxni. I'.HiUllce n t.'cuml ( liis M.ill Multcr. The Anson boys play ball like old timers. Coal miners have gone on a strike in Pennsylvania. Hon. Allen G. Thurtnan is suffering with rheumatism. The Texas bar association met at Galveston yesterday. The premium lists will be ready for distribution by the 20th inst. The town of Montgomery Texas has been almost destroyed by fire. Major Penn the great revivalist is holding a meeting at Cjarksvillc Texas. The high binder Chinese in Califor- nia are cutting and slashing each other again. Mr. F. A. Fngt-lk President of the First National bank of Brcnham died July 7th. Thomas Sherman son of Gen. Sher- man has...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 July 1889

'i 4 "V it t WmA 3&'ihr m Kk w i J" w 'liOQAIj. m - - - ( TexAt and Pacific Local Time Tnble ' PAC'I'.dntlVil HACltfNilln. Arrives it too A. M. '5fv Departs 1 1 125 a. si. fJF WKST-HOUNl) l'ASSENCH.R. Arrives 3(34 r. M. f Departs 3:55 f. M. Ctivicr club (t88o) whiskey at Geo. O. Gfavcs. 28-tf Trains on the ning on time. T. & P. arc again run- Mrs. J. G. Lowdon is expected home about August 1st. S. F. Stccre went to Shreveport on business last week. Flour the best brand1) in the market at D. W. Wristen's. 28-tf. The recent rains have not damaged the crops very much. 1 0 Harper's Bazaar Patterns can be found at J. W. Red & Go's. 28-4t. 1 Col. J. T. Merry has been confined to his room with fever the past week. If Black-eye peas and stock peas for sale by Roberts & MacKechney. 28-tf. Give I). W. Wristen the grocer your trade and you will never regret it. 28-lf. Miss Annie Young of Dallas is visit- ing hef aunts Mrs. Swenson and Mrs. J. F. Clark. . ' Jno. Stromberg the Ch...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 July 1889

nwMwlwMwtWXr aH lb i' i . t Jf i ' fi ?r. i $ i i. h ! -! Id IS ! t m lv. .'! n i i a i iti AGRICULTURE FEED FARMING. A'Fetf Rnndom Notes on the Subject In the greater portion of the State the l.iltl mins have boon quite favor able to planting a crop on the land from which small grain lias been liar- vested. A good crop of cither sorghum or German millet may frequently be made in this way and the seeding of a heavy crop of weeds prevented Those who are intending to sow either Alfala or Johnson grass should begin to prepnre for it though they need not be sown until August or even the first week in Septempcr but if the land on which they are to be sown is fold it should be plowed soon and kept in condition by occasional harrowing. In will then be in prune condition when the time and opportunity arrives for sowing the seed. The time for sowing will be anytime in August or the tlrst of September and the oppor- tunity whenever there is sufficient moisture in the ground to cause the seed ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 July 1889

m I THE DHIRY. While alfalfa is the best dairy liny food in the world yet it cannot be de- ninpfl tlinf rlnvpr pvrrls if irt imnnrtinrr l. - .-. -..... .. ... ....... ....0 line navor biipcnnicnacnt Hunt ol s the Windsor dairy says for milk cows alfalfa should be harvested early should be cut before it is in the bloom. fy This is contrary to the conviction of larmcrs generally. ricld anul'arm. ' ' Does Separator Butter' Keop. Hood's Dairyman says : It would seem like an idle question to ask and yet it has been asked quite frequently. Wc cannot con- I' ceive of any reason why it would not keep still it is more satisfactory to know that the answer in the affirmative comes from a reliable source. This question was definitely settled my the trier during the past seasons land proved conclusively that where the separator was properly used and the cream properly handled that the odds were on the side of the separator- ladc butter over the old manner of skimming : Among a large number of cr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 July 1889

wM -tirJU-ii z.W-vwfiixvw --. - - .. 5SSw?S3S5JSS55S!SBI!S! fcM I' '1 i i mi 'I n: i Pi III p! I i & 1 i f i i'i w 'M I? I-I N w i fa i h "" The Brooklyn Navy Yard all Ex elts.l Bfccfcuso of Failure To Sa Into tho President As re qui? ed by Law. New York. July 9 Everybody at the Hrooklyn navy yard was excited yesterday. It became known that the usnl salute of twenty-one guns ac- companied by tht manning of the yard') as required by the law had' been ommittcd when the government yacht Dispatch with President Har- rison the secrctaiy of die treasury and other officials on board steamed by the Brooklyn station 111 the broad day- light. Saturday the president's flag was flying from the main masts of the vessels. Signal numbers wete dis- played as the Dispatch passed Hl.ick- well's islands but the lookouts on the receiving ship Vermont along the ordnance wharf did not nonce the Despatch as she neared the navy yard. Commodore Ramsey commander of the navy first heard of the approach of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 July 1889

The Abilene Reporter. i- i VOL. VIII. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING JULY 10 1889. NO". 29 iliit. T v jht Gb nws f&w I-. r' M B- i. T CRpYALMR'.lfJi AKIH! POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder nter varies. A mancl of pilrity strength and wholesonieness. More economical than the ordinary kinds and can- not be sold in competition with the multitude oflow test shoit weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. m& KOYAt IIVUIM. I'OUPHi Co. 106 Wall St. X. V. lias l lie premium lists are now reaay for distribution. Dakota and Montana ate working on their constitutions. Abilene is have another national bank with $100000 capital. The mystery surrounding the mur- der of Dr. Cronin seems to deepen. A negro fiend was ljnched near K Waco Kr1d.1v for ravishing a white woman. The Sabine Pass deep water con- ventional Heaumont this week is large- ly attended. It is still raining in many portions of the state and the grain crops are be- ing damaged. Farming in this section is no more o...

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