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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 August 1889

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Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 August 1889

"t 4"t4 ftfypifH wHWnM ) it ' f 4 o V . JBfcfc..M . POULTRV yarffl"Jin."Utrtj lyH; Poultry f Para graphs. T$ gctrldof lie slKckil1ing'yai ter Uor" it is iie&ssiiry first td'ftct rid of the negro. Jhe two are insepar- able. A poultry loiirnal savfii Unless In a coop of mixed fowls a few good ones add nothing to the selling price pfthelot.j fowls should be matched in the market; coop as well as In' the flhow pen( both as to size and cofor. it you want a good towl tor every dav and Sundav too. nothing fonnV 'but full of meat eggs and hardiness cross a good pit game with Braham or Langshan pullets and you have it. When you are enloyitte ice-water" iand palm leaf fans remember that a me comiort now anu men is rciisning fcthe wisest lienyaiitl give' them a J; ffesht)clean water in abundance pienty oi snaae ana vertiy i say you ye shall have your reward. Jogt lancicrs are discussmcr the Sgln ofthe pug and if they do not ob p. d. qt they will have the whole Subject involved in uttter ob...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 August 1889

ii'imwmii.nir U. iimH(i4f'HMi J.. mi fl' -H i.M '; j$. 9 ?f : 'w J J m ? H 5o ft I U Xwis Klllf er Kills MertUVafiuMli WUh'a Knife ' " Wednesday morning Fu P. Joh.cs fcame riding Into town after a physician and the sheriff and stated that Merritt Barrel aged ab0Ut ij years had been subbed by Lewis Hillger aged 19. Hafrell wis employed with his step- father Mr. Grizzell on Geo. Phillips' place west of this city and it was in ihc! pasture at this place that The diffi- culty occurred. In a few minutes after1 the arrival of the messenger Officers' Cunningham and Burch and a posse were on their way to the scene of the trouble- and Dr. Wallace had started to administer to the needs of young Harrell. At 11:00 o'clock Robert llurch returned to the city with Lewis Hillger and another boy Jim Harrell who with Easom Frahklin was with Hillger when he did the cutting. Con- stable Burch says he found the boys in a watermelon paten on uovenes place eight miles west of this city and about five mile...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 August 1889

Kv'f ' '"." ' ji rij.M ry. j. "MT VMV '- r"V'V W ' L i rtyS VOL VIII. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNINGr AUGUST 0 1880. NO. 3!? '' ' ' The Abilene Reporter. . o i iii. l POWDER Absolutely Pure. 'Thin twtor novor Vnrlcs. A rontvel of purity strength ami wholesomoncsa. Mora economical tbnn tho ordinary kinds nu'd caniiot bd'.Bold In competition With the multitude of low'tcstj short lyelglu (iliim or phosphate powders'. Sold only In cftnl noTAL IUkinci I?oWDKn Co.. 100 Wall Street Now York. WASHINGTON; Washington August g -It seems that the enternrismtr cantain of the .- R1 i'TTnifort j'CUitoc c1rnn tlinh MntiirpH tht Cariadiain sealing 'vessel Black Dia- mond the other day on the ground that tlie latter was engaged in the un- lawful taking of seals was over confi- dent' of the ability of a single man put aboard the Canadian to carry her into " sorriecbnvenient port or else he cared very little about executing his orders to their full extent. It is even hinted that after seizing the seals c...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 August 1889

" ' Xr. 'iy"i(iiiiitwiiiiwiimiiM.ii U?...a4.i.....i lilJsV' M iH illli.'M'J mil ill iHrWlWNilftliiMfcMMlAlMWi'l'iMlWWlWW'lfciaWIWIW' " . ' "I I! 0 f .. il' I Uli l.ii.. . inmlii'.iiiiiiiliii.-ii.fml hi .... ii.iMii....tiij. f it'l.iirlilinl i ' MM'l' "- -j-i ii r H i".) l)f. IT. 3! t tt p m T J Fltrt llnptlt-Snnifty whcW) 0!lWftWt Mt tleei ntll tu in. awl Hjho p. lis. I jhyer meeting every Wcdnenlny ulslit u. V Smfili piutor. McthoJiM South Hytifiay rliuoi0iSO n. n. pnrlco nt II iu in. nmlBp. ru. inij-or jneetlnit every Vcrtnelny bvcnlnfj nt 8 p. tu. C.tt. Mc- durer. pruitor. -Church dt the I tenVeuly Host Service bit Sun- day ttt II iu m. nni18!30p tn cxtrcjU'itk on the nccotut fdiliiUy: Wodni'Mlny evenings fit 8WM Mutiny icliool nt 0:3O n.-m. PJrtt Prcdbyfcrlim-r-SmitUy nohool cvcrrgtin ny nt fl;l5 n. m. turvlcc fltM mm mvoua Bun ny in encu momu nui a. in. mm buhiiuum rnyofmccttriK every Wcdlictdiiy niKlit nHHiTO is. . .T.A.CreltUHon pnntor. ChrUtlnn Church Sumlny school every Sun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 August 1889

At l-l I IS . I.tVB.fiTrtfi if-ft w LW Horse Notes. The sensational three-year old cot Axtel Was narned after a former princi- pal of the schools at Independence la. The five-year old 'marei'illE'y Echo won fotfr; race's an'ur.ooo'at the Point iUtjpfezc and Ifclrnont meet togs.. "i The great California colt El Mo Rcy lids arrived at Monmouth park with the balance of Theo. Winter's horses. I" "Knap" McCarthy has bought from W. W. Gibksi of St. James Minn'. th chestnut gelding Major Lynn 3533. Price $3500 - Bismarck's-2:22 is the best mark for a green trotter so far this scasoiivhtle Sir Archy j With' 2: i 6 1 -4- leads the pac- ers to date. For a six days meeting nt-Washing-ington park Chicago on August 19 to 24 the- Northwestern. Associatiort of 'I Trotting and Pacing Horse Breeders r (.num. i.n (l.n cnim f.i.il nf C I" nnn " Million U liiw auu auii ui jiw.wui' At Brighton on the 12th Daye S. won the fifth irace paying .$306.35 in ft? the muttials straight and t xo.50 for a. r ttti ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 August 1889

-'ZtyfH4iilrr-vM A wurixvl h JiOT!lPWify ' 'ff -fg WM.- W-J. vk- wm....ii ...ll.i.i..4LA.in..w.wli).w.iiri.t.li i i immijiiiidiiiiiiiiiiiMiiriiWHiwi Sit?.jP&KST.V . ' -. '. l hv a- V. V if' 1 f At'" '" ' u V( JV'ii ' . t WjH1 s:l m'i' ;; 1 j irW i ; t m ? i ' v !' it i i.i' f f i li la 4 v as I'lWllW'1" i ;t.' iU J i the Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AY "i . " ABILBNX) - - - TEXAS JMUDAY AUGUST & 1889. jOHtf liQENYs JR. Editor. GEO. W.ROACli Associate Editor. Babierlptlon RatM. Ofle ywr. ...... ...... ...... ..$1.50 Six months . . . 1 1 ......'... ( 75 Three months.1... 1 t ' 1 1 J ( i 4 t .4p Office In ilonlcf Hulltllng on Second 'Street. Kntcrcd n tho Abilene Texnn t'ostofllco a Hecowl-Clg Malt St niter. Gatcsville has .1 new- national bank. The watermelon trade is flourishing now. .President Bar Arbor. Harrison is Visiting. at Creston Iowa is grass palace. to Have a blue' Hyppolite has been repulsed from Port-au-Prince. King Malietoa is to be restdred 'to' his throne in Sam...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 August 1889

v ixvrtn'fm 7;ffWW :pw i r y.-" -r(.i;uTjf ff t1fY':'kr JM fwWs- j-w-o-j t j "" r ' vf r.f uf m OS. fllte " Kiv . KS S& ."Un ttxsSs QD1LITY! -! In Drugs and Medicines. a "-' I TTAT.Trnxr ARE 6 H .A. 1X1 IMPORTANT. P. H. CARTER East Side of Pine Street Guarantees all DRUGS and MEDI- CINES to be PURE and RELIABLE lnd carefully and accurately dis pensed. A1J. in the house are REGISTERED T under the Texas State Phanriacy Law. JBj$v& filed more Prescriptions syt Abilene ZGOCLA-Xj. Uif- Texas ana racino i.ocai xime xaoie. EAST-DOUKD I7YSSENOER.. Arrives........... ..'.. 1 i:ooa. ( Departs .....;.............. .11:25 A. M. WEStTVOVtjip- PASSENOER. Arrives. .....'... . .' ' 3:34' r- . Departs.. . . ... - .1 3:55" P. M. PThe city park is a necessity. The band .boys" are getting on nicely. Thos'.. Cocke' left; for New York Sun- day. .' ! m - ' Maj. Henry has moved to the Webb Nace " v. ' S. F. Steere sports a handsome new I surrey. Chestnut street property is changing Pjhands every da...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 August 1889

MWtoslwirfwbKWii n h nUi'igJWPyJWM(iUfii mm i rPTTV WWWJWMMIIIMWWIIWI IttlM&MHttii'iltililiWiMXmS'MtfMto (! w It Ut I'WW.W 7? jtr IfWr-'w fk'm ! ( " V f I' ? is WF 1 u "-f J W I M - ff i f I- lf I' i u ftGRICULTU Froparatlon for W With tio return of the wjical sowing scasori; comes nfrcsli the discutaging consideration of that cereal's low rnar- kct value Yet the raising of wheat cannot Safely be abandonee! by the wheat growers for tnat of ;so'1e other1 "product for trt (ruth there is no other product' jupt now that is any more promising cither in demand Or prices tlian vkeat and it would be a vesture t not safe toc prematurely made. .- Abbutthc only impWem'cht in the matter farmcrs'can mnkc as we con- ceive is to better prepare the ground for the reception of their wheat crops This will increase the quantity to tile area at but little additional expense and' iniproyc the quality of the grain'! which will command better prices. . ' As to what constitutes good or pro- percultivat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 August 1889

'JI;'-vtT 4 y " iy" .' !TOWn flfWfCV.-!X.).. t7f 'Vfrx9?f$Hfr 'Jv !&: niwrttHMinwnf'iHinm!aiHMaiii lumtOmtn" -1W.JX t-M. - ' FI I' i: w f : :i K 'ij'S;' .t e Jit poultry; Wliat is aTairPrifco. What h a fair price for a fowl do mis Upon vanouti considerations. irthe fowl were a canon or a houlardd. incapable of reproducing the price Wduld be measured Ijy the quality of the flcsli and tlid weight per pound. If tlici fowl is iti deformed and inferior in shape and in plumage as to be Worth- less to breed from and if it is both de formed in shape and inferior in plum- age it Ts Certainly worthless to breed frtjnr i-its Value can easily be ascer- tamed by a consultatipn of the current market prices and a test of the scales. liutlf a fowl ia of h distinct nure breed. jcapable of reproduction and possess- ing (Jualittes'tliat are of value if utiliz- ed by proper mating' in detcrming its ttitice a great variety of considerations ifiu'st be attended to. One of the first considerations is ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 August 1889

-rt-"f1rJi(f(rt4'Aji. V"yftttd.kiW!ijMjN' gljlr r UajfetUMM O ..JiW .tr"' t'wtoMt lifeTWtfe4V-.vM Xn nit i i mi n m'h' 4tJlMtftt dtolHH'IH';'"l'll"'"11'1 tf -J V ' -IT '" '' . - - -Ju. - Ar-yytll . f'S ; : n'"" fc H VnfVii'fl Kbtio.' H HfJibqoAh'TKRS Fm& DferTV ) . AniifeNK TEASjj-AUg. 7. j lfofpnian Jno. A. lVal'tV llodk and Ladder company No. i will detail two 'men for duty nt the Opera H6Use on 'Friday night Aug tih. Foreman P; C. Knapp Rescue Hose company No. a will detail five men ' for duty at the same- place. 13y order of J. j Clinton. Chief Fire Department i t ' .Abilene Light Infantry. .. The quarterly competitive drill be--'tween tha members of the Abilene light 7 infantry Tuesday Cvcningfvat the ar- mory was the nlost interestirig yet given by the company. The boys seem- ed to bo .on their metal each deter- mined towirf. A number of ladies and gentlemen were out to witness the con- test. 'The medals were awarded to Will Mintcrand Ed. Horn fainter get- ting first prike...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 August 1889

M .ifv Reporter. pw yoti. VHL ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING AUGUST 16 1889. NO. 3 Abilene X rlJi i k ft ' '.- e Kv f W. POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never vnrlcs A marvel of ptirltr strength and wholexomenef . Mora ccongmlcul than tlio brdlnnry kinds nnd cannot bo sold In competition with tlicmiiltltmlo of low tests short weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. IEorAb Dakinii I'owdkii Co. 100 Wall Street New 'ork. TWO SAN DOMINGO HIOTS. Deliberately Beach American" Ves- boIb which are Afterwards Looted. ' "-s New York Aug 12-TIie United. state government mrougn tne state de- partment is investigating the charges made by John. W. Wynes of the schoon er; Marloe recently wrecked at the mouth (of the Ozama river in' San Domingo. Cap't. Wynes alleges that his ship was deliberately run ashore and plundered by officials of the San Domingo government. He asserts in the appeal to the government that after the vessel had been run on "the coral reef he anchored her left his ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 August 1889

jjfsvr?- ?p "MW" t . "'.x- " - yrM'-WT"5: .- V 1 ' 1 ft'- ft l.u ?' Ik It) I ML1 i;' It u mjtjiiiii'iiiiili mm XjOCAIj. . fflrtt Dupllxt SihkJat fccliool OiHOn. in! er VloMMIIn.m. ntl6!!n ) m.t fnyer mbcllng. rcry WMnoMiAf night u. w. snmn mtor. Methodist UottlH Smirtny bcIuxII 9:80 a. m.t every wwntwuy evening M a p. im mors ni ii n. m. mm a p. in. i ii ; Jirnycr tiiectlnii ;wvor. pMtor. ii. mi u. o. jc Church of tho ltevei)1v ttcst Sorvleos on 8nh. dny m tl . tn. itml 8:80 j. m cxcfiillliRon the neconil BmxlAj1; WcdneIny cvchfliBS nt 8:30i undny mbool nt 9 itto a. m. tlrtt Pitsbvtcrion Sumlny ecliool overt tftln- nyntOiU. tit; nervier flrt and neconil Sun- nyn in wch month nt 11 n m. ntiit HMOti.m.i wye r mMlnt every Wcdiici )ny night M 8:30 l. .A.CrolRliton ntor. . Christian Church -Siinitiiy xchool every 8M- cnyi 9:flo n. m.i icrrlcca every thlril nml fourth annfays In em;lt month itt lth. miimlS p. m.t pnywr mccthiK WcdncnUy night .n 8 p. m.j ommunl6n tcrvlecit JuMnftef Hununy ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 August 1889

"' V ' .V?1M ' jj r t - ' mmiiDwiiiidwWi mwi f i &r pf lf jtoflsffff. ft ; "There arc more ways of killing a dog besides ' choking him to death on butter" said a well' known stock- man ycstcrdaV ''and it may turn out that the cattleman will get a littto bene fit after awhile? At nrcsent the stock- grower scenW' to be getting tho worst of it all around but he is still hopeful. The live stock interest pfrTcxas" have recently been treated to'a novelty in the shape od leasing stock cars by a (iommissicn nouse .and a. rebate to shippers though of course tins' is not to be mentioned in print vlt is said that negotiations' are riow pfchditig for a combination of- Chicago arid -Kan sas Citv commission men to -lease a fe lot of cars from the. Alton and .other; ' lines anu use mem tor me sncciai benefit of shippers to the different houses in the combination. In case therd is any profit from mileage in' the cars after paying rentalj etc. it will be paid pro rata to shippers in proportion t...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 August 1889

. -f " "V . r-" WtWttJ'! " l . (I f t ?. ifi r" :r r i' i-: a; i '1. f a i.i ; : The Abilene Reported PUSLlSHEDvAT JLMLKNB - - - TBXA8. - -- i iifclip ' y FRIDAY AUGUST i$t t889. 7iV JiOENY ?. vffiffor. ??. W. ROACIf Associate Editor. flubscrlpUfla Katti. Ona yea .... . .. . .$l50 Slxmonths. ..........t ......... is Three month. .. 40 ' ' '' : ' "f Office In Bonier Ihrikting on Second Street. Entered at tins Abilene Texas Pottofllco rut Hccond'Vthts Mnll Mutter Tyler is to htive a wagon factory. i . . - The Stfttc Grange met at McGregor Aug. 13&. Wichita Falls has1 incorporated and elected municipal officers. An'immigration convention has been called o meet at Tyler Texas Sep- terrilxr 1 8th. John R. tijkin ofLouisiana has been appointed minister tp the Argen- tine Republic. A pet bear hugged a little child !in Paso Del Norte and it is feared the child will die. Ex-President' Cleveland and Mrs. Cleveland have left New York fbfa' summer vacation. Noah Jones a lad fifteen years ol...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 August 1889

fpfpS?pMr?55 4. - i i- y - . .j n SW i i t w m iS ft " I K 1-; ' .- V"!' l-"X- I- r 4 t . m i&. ff. T. w m t i? i W jii. 5i(Wfe K QDAUTY! -" 1CCDRACY! 7 In Drugs and Medicines. QUALITY and ACCURACY AM IKSuXjXi IDMIOOETA-DtTT . XX. KjJXXXj xlux9 East Side of Pine Street Guarantees all DRUGS and MEDI- CINES to be PURE and RELIABLE iand carefully and accurately dis pensed. All in the house are REGISTERED V under the Texas State Pharmacy Law. ip Have filed more Prescriptions Abilene DLOCA-Ij. Texts and Pacific local Timb Table. ' EAST-DOUND r-ASSENGER. Arrives : .11:00 a. m. Departs . . . .' v . 1 1:25 A. M. WEST-BOUND PASSENGER. Arrives 3:34 P. M. Departs .' 3:55 r. M. The normal school closses this week Xtf T TJ Dlinlra Tile nllrMilCArl frTlA B. Yatesproperty. ' Molasses barrels for sale at Roberts & Mackechncy's. 33tf. Read H. A. Tillett's new card in this week's issue of the Reporter. Artists' goods of all kinds at F. H. Carter's east side of Pine street. Do you want a nicei...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 August 1889

t-tr-i '---: -H)' . fiUf i.:um ' fr 0 Mr .. V I. . V HGRICULTURE. Jfjt Tarja Notes. DoiVtlfelect tli.it fall garden; thefc arc bcplcasurc and profit in it. Hc;vlio'Uocs no good gets none. He Svfo cares not for others will sbbh find that otli'ers wjl Ji0tnrc forJnrn. We sometimes spend useful time in criticising Others' work that we would better spend: m prosecuting ouf'owm--JDr. F. Patron. The cheerful are busy. When trod- ble knocks nt your door or ringsouV bell he or she will generally retire if you send word 3;ou are engaged. The ranch wjiich depends mostly on" canned fruit' and vegetables will live mostly on bread and bcon ; the cash value of the crop is not the total Value of the' ranch garden and truck patch.' They save many a doctor bill. Don't let Up on improvements. If Vou haven't stock enough to Warrant you. in' buying a bull get some df your neichbors to throw in with voU and buv one jointly. . It:ijf easier to mprbvc'gn mie larni man on me rancn. . Broom corn was introdu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 August 1889

& Mfc li1 I j f POULTRY. Poultry .rMotca; August is the hardest month of all llifa vrnr nil fmvto. Tlih nviwmn Uunt-. Uhe moultjn period the season for given the very best of attention. Pull them successfully through this month and the rest of the season will sec them thrive. If not already provided give them plenty of shade Pull off h few more boards on the south side of the hen house as they now need plenty of fresh air. Keep your houses scru- pulously clean and give them a thor- ough whitewashing. Lice now unless. watcncd caretuuy win noiu lugii car nival. Cleans fumigate and by all. means keep them at bay. We be- lieve mote fowls and chickens die from being lousy than from any other one cause. Water pure fresh water mould constantly be kept beforcthem. they' cannot get along now without it. If vour fowls are confined -surmlv them M with all the green food they require1. ii mis camiui jjc ouiamuu cook ior them daily a sufficient quantity of vegetables such as turnips beets an...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 August 1889

JL. """- ' - ' - Jt-tUMm '4. ' - !' tiaitJniiitlimim'Uiiitiil amriiiii inHiriitrinffTTf ' S IUWvi-4--- V o -Irfe.':.-sfc M i. . ff" ' ' f' m fe--T IJW B ?.:- fe l f fet-. fcjwiif. ;&V ft- It- i-V I I?'- O A r:.. v '(EmporiHM of Faihten." Aluysius Ornliall Torpslchor. visits the "Emporium 'Of Fashion.' What she Sees and now it affected heir. "F lustcrcd! well I should say.' "Me Lindy circutripcrambulatc my fan." "Maria'JaiiC'Sinith-Sitnpkins! what arc you choking so about? I don't suppose you every heard a proper word where you was raised. Sa'Iury take my perambulating companion. "What'cr you staring at Maria-Jane-Smith'Simpkins? I suppose you thought some body had again in spite of all my earnest prostcstation been inviting me to the bridal altar and I would be overlooking your'short comings.' What's that? found your tongue have you?' "What's that! did'nt know I'd ever been invited yet !" "Well you'd better slip through that door; if ever I had a child to raise I'd teach them ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 August 1889

rfTK?wt?w'B"f: I'lpWWF'f'K . 9w .4-?vffyw.r.... - JJ('yv-J. M ir 'T !' " Reporter. ..... . IK VOL. VIII. ji'j . - ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING AtJGUST 23 1880. NO. 34 t V iti x -..;.' 4i .. jfB ""'" '' J i -111UI1I1 ' r -- I1--ii.ui irir l 1 Jl Ti niff mr . riummi-Wi 1 i n1 r - - -- - - .. "if rtrti .MMl.'- . -ii-iiln... i The Abilene 1 fit tm s? ."' U L 'a . 7m i. r-. i . 1 h: RAJf rr am POWDER Absolutely Pure. TMs'jiowdcrnovci' vnrlcs. A marvel of purity. xt -strength nnd vruolcsomcncfl?. Jloro economical than tbo onllnnry kinds- iiiidicnnnot bo sold in competition with tllu multitude of lowtcsin short weight nlum or phu.iphntc powders. Sold only ' In enns.' "" ItorAt llAiciKn 1'owdkb .Co.. 100 y all Street Jiev voric. . J. W. Strahn was stabbed by A. W. Poe at Arlingtpn last Monday. ' 'Mr. Geo. W. Dalton a prominent stockman of Palo Pinto countv. died iC Saturday. . 1. ' : . v IF you want to make a city hum ' . ;.pull for it help in all public enterprises and talk it up to strang...

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