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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 August 1889

w 1 M :.L 4 rn XiOO-A-Xj? til CHUROH DIRECTORY. Klrnt Hllt BumUjr flchool 0:S0. mj cr Irlcea M II n. m. mid h:so m.i prajrcr meeting rety Wedncday nlgh (I. W Smith pMior Metbodlut Soutli-Bumlny fChool.BilW (i. m.! jervlcct Rtiin.ni. nmiH p. ra.t prayer meeting OTery Wednesday evening t 8 p. In. C. 8 Me- Carvor pantor. Church of tho iteavenlr llet Scnrlcc on gun- ilny at U a. m. and 8:80 fi. m. excctitlng on tho ccontl Btiuday; Wednesday evenings at 8t!) unday school at 0:80 a. in. 'First Presbyterian-Sunday school otetV Son ay at 0:45 a. m. J service first and second Sun ays in each month at 11 it. m. and 8:80 p.m.! . raycr meeting every Wednesday night at 8:30 p. JiA.Crclgliton pantor. Christian Church-Sunday school every Sim day at 0:80 a. m.'crTlcc4 every third and fourth flundayi lu each month at II a. maud 8 p. m. prayer meeting Wednesday nlghtf at 8 p. mt; communion scrvlco Just after (Sunday school on first and second BunclBys and Just after preach Ing on third and fourth Sun...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 August 1889

tf.Kffvfrt VPVprr. w- rt1i rmn.tTiiirn 1 1 ir 11 1 i- ..1 1 - " '" ' ' " " " ' 1 r '" 'n ' ' "' " ' " ' ' ' rf ftfc r T. w r' r . . j V&$ & in u iSMsr r? V. r I .J 4 '""if sC A "1 4 3l -m 1.-jV r fh LISE STOCK. iTi.t Horso Holes " George Fuller is conditioning Pa- tron a si 4 .i-4 for a try at the Stallion record. John Splan has sold the big Nobby Jr. a:i8 3-Jf 16 AHbcy & McHcnry for $3i5Por" Only one trotter Veritas aiao 3-4 entered the 3:30 list at the Detroit meeting. Tire Favordalc rcolt is probably through with racing. He is injured in the coronet. John E. Turner has soldnhe bay gelding Walkill Boy 3:34 by -SirWal-kill to western parties. The fall meeting of the .Louisville Jockey Club will begin September so and continue eight days. Proctor Knott takes all his work on tlie old track at Saratago which is al- ways deep and heavy whether it is dust or mud The main barn at Elm City park New Haveh Ct. containing 36 box stalls was totally destroyed by fire last Week; The...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 August 1889

1! fc - 1 .wh.liiyww rJY" JLmm-M iMMwAUtMMW-A - - in HI " rl' J f I 1 The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT ABILENE - - -TEXAS. FRII)AY AUGUS'l i3 1889 JOHN1 UOENY JR. Editor GEO. V. ROACH Associate Editor. 3 Subscription Rates One year. ....v........ ..... $l5 Six months?.. w. .. i .. 75 Three months..... ...... 40 Office in Border Uullding on b'econd Street. Entered nt tlio AMlcnc Texiu loitofflco iw 1 Second Clmi MM1 Mnttcr The new race track is a daisy. West Texas is a daisy this year. Hood county is to have a new court house. Midland will give a grand barbecue to-day. v The electric light plant should I c put in at once. The national press association meets in Detroit; Mich. next Tuesday. Jack Spaniard will be hanged on the 30th of this month at Ftt Smith Arkansas. Denison has let the contract for a -canning factory which will soon begin operation. JCilrain will not fight extradition but has consented to go to Mississippi to f stand his trial. The lumber men are still enjoying a f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 August 1889

m r TAt vi' x iy V' !& $ ji A. QUALITY! ICCDRACY! In Drugs and Medicines. QUALITY and ACCURACY ARE s a. m id iiMUForE&T-A-nsrT P. xx. ClRTExI East Side of Pine Street Guarantees all DRUGS and MEDI- CINES to be PURE and RELIABLE and carefully and accurately dis- pensed. All in the house are REGISTERED under the Texas State Pharmacy Law. Have filed more Prescriptions than any Drug: Store in the Abilene Country LOCAL. Texas and Pacific Local Time Tablo. EAST-BOUND PASSENGER. Arrives n :oo a. " Departs . I U2S A. WEST-BOUND TASSENOER. Arrives 3:34 P. Departs. .' 3:55 r. Ed. S. Hughes visited Sweetwater Friday. SCol. Ben Jones Buffalo Gap was in 0-1 the city Tuesday. Henry Sayles spent several days El Paso last week. in J. D. Shelby made a to Graham this week business trip Miss Nina Young will teach school at Mobetie this winter. John Medaris will have several good horses to show at the fair. ' Henry Sayles' new residence will be completed in about sixty days. Major N.-W. Reeves'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 August 1889

- - -. -Jt-k . u-k . . J...nc f-:..7" - - -iA-i!!"1 V ' '"'I IW ' Klt WnliniiH i iif irtiji a jpwjjHia4 ! y.ypftjggfligs -4 i. . ... ..iTTTi.. a.. ..if.li 1 rr'ffl it i o t ' ... 4 y t !' fi- it innfr iTifr. r3 HI.. r HGRICULTUREi Farm Notes "When a man doesn't kriow how lo Tun an engine he is not called nn en ginccr j whendic can't repeat' the mul- tiplication ' table he Ms not called a mathematician ; but-any man who tries to farm though he doesn't know how It ought to be dorte doesn't know even the multiplication table" ol it is called a farmer. Hd is misnamed and that is the reason why so many called far- ... . ..... ... I jii .. i t . - 4 A ZZSSSZ rfta W Garden tells how a Chicano florist shortencd-a thirty foot yucca from the bottom. In July when die sap was descending he cut into the body ten feet from the ground making two tongue like cuts wedged them slightly splitting the trunk and left it so for two weeks when the sap had partly calloused the cuts and splits. Then he fitt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 August 1889

V rA - - A - . ..ji jt ft A Eh tv i K POUJLTfcY. - I1'1 ' -v ' ''. tnottbatori And Brooders I do not like to advise anyone to purchase an incubator Tor I liavfe st'en bo much disappointment and ldss where dreams of success had held full sway that to give such advice seems in a manner wrong? unless ohe tells both sides of the story. I use an in- cubator with perfect success j but when I remember the time after time I failed with one machine and then another I feel that if I had have known what was before me I should have kept to the old way. ( Then again there arc a great many who have good Success from the start. A lady in Michigan writes me that she bought n 2o6-egg incubator and the very nrst time sne tried it she got ir)a chicks. This is the most extraordinary hatch I ever heard of outside of the very apochryphal accounts we get from SllOW room trials. Ttvn Mentis nf fnine lfebught the same kind of a machine BJnhat my Michigan correspondent had and spoiled Goo eggs to get 23 chic...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 August 1889

' tI ' ' :' ... '' ' .'.:.)-.:j4.r'Y:u1... ; ' "-il .;... L " t V .. -. -Ai. MMt4 wjWJUit.i ..ail.....1'litiilr .Iim.'.. ). u-y. lWfoiwSf...sftft . ..'). . .TiAy 'if (rffnUrni t StoWfWtelWtea! P k ) . raw" hms r U-.l J3X. If Robert firkrhiiaw? tho sonf of! Mr 'C M UratklmWi formerly r.6ahtyx:dni'- rmssioncr of tin's county diid Tuesday -at Mineral Well Texas. Rotidrt had Locii in bad health for some time past and his father carried him to Mineral Wells last 'Monday. hoping that he "nrould be improved by the watcrattbat place but it proved too late and he -tank tp rest last Tuesday evening. He was buried in the city cemctry Sncstcrday evening. Many fricritls sympathize viih the family iri their sad bereavement.' I -j w For the past ten days the city has "been busy cleaning out the suction pipes of the water works and Mayor' Wristen informs us that there is still something wrong with die main run- ning from the tank to the water cellars. While they have increased the supply " consider...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 August 1889

I TjDABiLENE Reporter.! vol. vni ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING AUGUST 30 1880. NO. k1 fc w- m thy - AKlHa POWDER Absolutely Pure. This uovvdcr never varies. .A mn'rvel of purity strengtli'nml wlitilcsomonoss. Mofo econumlcnl than tlio ordinary klmln nnd cannot ho aoltl In competition with the multitude oflowtcalfc short weight nlum or phosphide powder. Sold only In cans. Hoyal IUkino I'nwnru Co.. 103 Wall Street New York. WASHINGTON. Washington Aug. a 6; An active .movement is now in progress to organ- ize .the members of congress from the tobacco-growing states into a compact sr- kijj ihuwi vi vuiiiuwi wt wugjuuv s- JjlfAit ffinfr rxn nmrvo1 IIia nnccarro rf. rv the legislation that was denied those states in the last congress. t 1 he move- ment is a non-political one' and It is intended to embrace all southern .con- .gressmeh no matter to what party they 'belong who have an interest in the ..repeal of the internal revenue taxes on tpbacco and fruit brandy. The states most intereste...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 August 1889

a ' rl.wiiiliwiMiiitjiiuiilBiMiiv.ilg.itMW'iiiiiwiu.t'jUinniiwi'i MilWMaVilhT.liM.i1lihft"W.iii.M V i .fi .1 !U a t U t I ft. u '? 11 .1 :LiQa.A.:D. CHURCH DIRECTORY. k VIM l)ptlt Suiulny ncliooJ ft:M. m.t er- tkci at U . ni. mhIhum p. m.s prnjrcr tncctlhu rrerr Yeductdnj- night. O. V Smith j.iutor. Metliodlit South SiinAny School 0:80 . nu tIcc itt i 1 . m. otirt fl p. m. t ptnycf mectlnu Tcry Vft anculnjr evening nt 8 p. m. 0. Mc- Carter paifor. Church of thoIIciwrnijrtlMt Sonrlf-en oiiSrni- ir nt 11 a. m. Mill Him p. in. ciceiillntfon tho aceotid Sunday; WeilneMlny cvciilim at 8:30; Sunday icliool nt 0:80 . m. Flrt rrebytcrln Siimlny rehool ctdrrgun d nt 9:45 n. w.twrvleenrtnnil MTrthil Sun- days In each month nt 11 n. rn. and fliSON. in.: prayer mcotluu every Wednesday jilijht at 8:00 p. m. J. A. Ctelgliton pattor. Chrhtlan Church-Sunday school every Sun- day at 0:80 n. m services every third and fourth Sundays in each month nt 11a. mnntlH p. m.i prayer meeting Wednesday night a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 August 1889

V f w ..- m.. .- - - - .-- - ...- .-W4MIt 5 ?. L'i tfV Y ft ?vfi 9 v r-; J. .'VJ .' . w J if . ? i. n w h ffl SSSK- A Avf Horw Kotes.V Johnston appears to have lost none of his spctfd.. ; Oliver R. if has during the Inst two years grownjmuch darker in color. The Belmont driving club made a little money 6ri the meeting last week. Barnes the' jockey has- signed with Lucky Baldwin for the balance of 1889. . . H. Shults has purchased the little black pacing gelding Joe H. 2:26 1-4. by Clamor Chief. Pierre Lorilland rather regrets not having .retained Iroquois siuce liisBCts arc turning out so well . David Bonner who summers at Shippan Point near Stamford is driv- ing Mambriho -Startle double On the road. - Freedom winner" .of-the selling.race at Monmouth on Thursday July 25 was sold to Wm. Daly for $2000. Messrs. Clanccy & 'Wiiliefspoon have offered Col. Brodhead '$$000 for the use of Miss Russell to breed to . Belle Boy. The Bard worked a mile in 1:51 at Monmouth. Mr. Cassatt; who ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 August 1889

MHmA V?" wig" wwWiitywt'WwwiV MMi'W111 : ' u ruTTSSIH .m l Hi"-- r f. ft I'Rt in vi K. 1" I fit' it l?i The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT "' ABUjENE - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY AUGUST 30889. JOHN IlOENYy JJt. dltor. GE(h iV. ROACHs AssotiaU Ediion M QUUI1UUVU Bnbi l.i...i.... Rates. One year .$(.50 Six months ............)...... 75 Three months..... ........ ....... .40 . . .r --.; ... . ....'-h OlTiee in Border lluiling on Second Street. Bntcrcd nl tli'o Abilene Tcxa( rostoBlco M yccoililClms Mull Matter. Come ttf the fair arid hear our new band. There arc 65000 Italians in New York City. Ten thousand men arc Out on a strike m London. Abilene is besieged with'prospectors. Sari Antonio: Light. The prressmen on the NcW York World have-gone on a strike. The race track will be fenced and thirty new box stalls are contracted for. A great many of the papers arc yerv busy nominating a governor now- adays. v Ft. Worth Gazette says: There's millions to Texas in raising its own bacon. Let every cou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 August 1889

w. M-v -!.;.. 'JWf'Tflwr $ut '.- ' qrvvf?ww:?-r w. ; " v? '.iT ? 'y'"WT '' A U. H fl ' mvi f. . & y te- QUALITY! - In Drugs and Medicines. QUALITY and ACCURACY S -A. ID ID IDDPQDET.lsr'X1 East Side of Guarantees all DRUGS and MEDI CINES to be RELIABLE $nd carefully and accurately dis: pensed. All. m the house are REGISTERED under the Tekas State Pharmacy Law. Have filed more Prescriptions than any Drug Store in the Abilene Country. LOCAL. Texas and Pacific local Tlmo Table. EAST-DOUNO PASSENGER. Arrives : 1 1:00 a. m. Departs '. 1 1:25 A. M. WEST-BOUND rASSENGER. Arrives .......... .t ... . 3:34 P. M. Departs; ..... 3:55 p m. ' The band boys need new uniforms. V"v 1 ' Everybody is delighted with .the band. I 'Henry Pfaff spent Wednesday in Colorado. y C D. Newsom of Arison was in ftown Monday. Nfe HM. Marx has treated his residence to a new coat of paint. Mr. Ed. Harris will show several of ?-j his fine horses at the fair. 'ri Abilene has the finest band in West Texas and dqn!t ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 August 1889

U t - V . i itt WMflMitfAvttVdludAAlHMHilLbMtaB ftwwwiMii)4irH'Uiieiia ( ?mimniM)mumiwirtMwlitl r I rf uf AGRICULTURE. frirsr: "f"'V '1W d The Terrell Times says Uiat'iri iwb d.tys last week the Pomona. Canning Company of that enterprising town put up nearly 6000 cans of fruit and that the company is readily realizing fair prices for their goods. V Blackberry vinei spread rapidly if left "to themselves. Care should be taken to keep all suckers cut off below the surface of the ground. For small- plantations a sharp hoe is the best im- plement ; for large ones there ilrc horse hoes made which do the work effectually and rapidly. The making of butter and cheese is a science that must be learned. Any- body can make stuff that looks like butter tastes somewhat like butter and in a measure will take the place of butter but is not butter after all. ThcJ only reason why creamery putter is uet- ter than dairy butter is that it is made properly ; made at the right time and in the right way. I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 August 1889

II cJ .1 ft 4 I 4 tW THE DttlRY. A Few Words on Dairying Sortie people think that a. certain i nurnber ol jitiws ought to produce a r definite quantity of milk or a certain weight of butter irt a given time with- out taking into consideration the dif- ference of feed. We will notnowi con- sider the diflerenpc in cows; that is a matter of sufficient importance to claim a separate discussi6rf. Ai a. general rule dairymen' keep too many jcows in proportion to their1 pasture ; this is a great mistake one that tells largely on the profits of the dairy and may leave no profits at all. It is often said with truth that a cow is a machine to convert grass hay and grain into milk. Other machinery is necessary to convert the milk into butter or cheese. In order to run this cow machine to advantage we must have 'plenty of the raw material grass hay roots and grain.i In the summer time plenty jg&Cgood grass witl'i water and a little saic are sumcient. With these the machine will turn out mil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 August 1889

JQ jf -T- if TJ t" ft t-tt ) ill 1 ( lit I Cv Dr. F. N. Brown attended thii South- ern dental assbciatlon at .Galveston and joined the state association lt tyccIj. k Wc would invite the attention of our readers tb the new advertisement of Roberts & Mackqchney which ap- pears elsewhere in tins paper. ' These gentlemen are live grocery. men and they take special pleasure in catering to the Wants of the trade. Read their advertisement and sec what 'they have to say. 1 W. II. Wight of Rogers Ark. a II prominent farmer and stook grower says that Swift's Specific cured hini of tetter of twenty years standing. Of course in that time he had a great amount of treatment and says the wonder is that he did not scratch the flesh from his bones. S S..S. cured him quick and permanently. - Private School. JJiss Dettie AtcConichie and Miss Neva Taylor will open a private school on Monday September ad in the dwelling next door to the residence of "Dr. Bass bn North Second street Your patronage ki...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 September 1889

v f ""Viw miidinii'iiin iir"" i iiii in m Reporter. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 6 1880. NO. 56 The Abilene ; " ' ' ' ' vol. vin. J r- ' r k ' i - . '4 ))' 1 IVSv-- - j. .. IXW' 1ST' j ISMEL.. .1"- s&- &AT 'V ; K- W3' sv SJ POWDER Absolutely Pure. . Tills powilsr hevcr vnrleii. A mnrvcl of purity. Mrongtli anil wliolesomencjs.1. More economical tlinn tlio onllnnnr kinds- nnd cannot bo sold in .competition with tbu multitude oflow tests short "weight nlum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. Hotal IIakino Powder Co.. JOB Wall Street New York WASHINGTON. Washington! Sept:; 2 It is believed that Texas will be splendidly reprsent- ted.at the great conclave of the' KnightsJ Templar to be held here in October. Elaborate ptcparations for the event are being made on every side and Peh- svlvania avenue the main througho- fare is receiving a brand new coat of. asphalt for the occasion. A .badly disappointed democrat is Col. William 'F. Switzler chief df the bureau of sta...

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

. T-t jltw. ?"?'. J.f.aiVMttr3(wMiaia lWHPBg 3ssrera'reiwrea wwiiWMiHwMhirtiito.i $ h it iinmuitMAiyUwi v ;r ii.ii. niiini r--iJ -- 11 11" ruin " ' "' ' ' " fcti Ji OKtQKX DIRECTORY frlrst ltjtr Simitar tchool 0:10n m er tIccbM ll.ivitml8:.lQ p.m.! Mirror meeting svety wctMsJjr utRiit. o. V smith jntor Mcthodta South Sunday nctiool 0:80 n m.t ervlce atltn. m. urnl B n. in. ! fmror meeting every WcdncmUy evening at 8 p.m. C8. Jlc Cwr pnstur. Chmth of tho Heavenly llcst BorvIccA on Bmv tiny m II n. tn. nttil R:' p. in. excepting on the w.ooml flnmlnys Wednesday evenings nt 8:30 HunOny school nt Pi.10 n. tn. First Prciujtarlan Sitmlnr whnol t-vcry Sun- Mar at 0:43 it. m.tMrrlcsfltnnd wcoiutBtih. day lib cneli month At 11 n. m. and HiSOn. hi.t prayer meeting every Wednesday night at 8;S0 p. tn. -T A C'rctRhtdn rmator Clirlttlan Church-Sunday ehool every Sun day at 9:80 a. rn.;wrvlce every third nndfourth Sunday In ench month at 11 a. m anil 8 p. m.; prayor meeting Wednesday tilRht at 8 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 September 1889

k . j - . J- Aw il;lJL.rhi4 iiw f hnnfc.iMfc nnnmy dtmi s ?.! -i4 "3 V V 1 fl 2 . LIMBISTOCK. t- -. vil vl l:t il 1 A. T. Welch redised'ii.obo for Star 5t Lilly. jurown naiiias uccn lame smcc i rricti nt Cleveland. The average attcttdaricc at'thdJJtJf falo meeting wal 10500; Miss Mnjolfca' is now in the stable of T. J. Dunbar -'at fashion Stud form. The great Tennessee fair will begin ; at Nashville oh Septcrpbe'r i6 and con tinucsix days; - There have been thirty-tight addU tions to the 220 trotting and pacing lists so far this season. Maud S. has been sent to. Mr. Bon- ner's farm at Tarrtown N Y. where she is bring prepared for a fast1 mile in public. A Tennessee man owns' a young Norman-Pecheron stallionwhich stands 4j au i'i nanus mgii. aw y ..... ''"horse h'vinir. The great broodmare; Maggie B. B. the dam of Iroquois vas named in honor of Maggie B; Beck daughter of Senator Beck of Kentucky. tip to the last heard of the grca' $20000 purse offered at Fresno Cal. in November pnly ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 September 1889

.1 ! k K m Ik: KE & m hi- W- fr f$. w fchlfli The Abilene Re h: r t trrrr PUaLI8HD AT ABHiBNB - - - TfeXAS. db x'&'.-zr. FRIDAY; SEP. 6 1889. 1 L mi 1 1 .... .... imLmma:t JOHN HOENY J.t Editor. GEO. W.kOACH Associate Editor. Subscription lUtei. One year ....... . ........ A ...... .$t.SO jU months . w . ...'.'. . .... 41 .... . ' ITS Thrte month. . . . . ...... t ..... t 4& Oflite in Border Iluikling on Second Street. Entered ftt' tbo Abilene Texas PostoiTlco n HcconJ'Clnn Moll Matter.- ' Freight handlers in Tolcdov have gone on a strike. v Sherman is haying a Confederate Tcunion this week. The Gazette says the interstate com- merce law has come to stay. Another "Jack the Ripper" has ap- peared in London. The" Browh-.Sequard elixir seems to be losing prestige. Work has been started on the "Weatherford street railway. Frank Clark has been appointed collector of customs at El Paso. Only twenty-four days until the opening .'of ihe. Abilene district fair. Mr. Emmons Blaine ...

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

i'.f Tfi.iyw-t. ijfwt" ftrr & . m WJ0 r V: i'.' &: QUALITY! In Drugs and Medicines. QUALITY and ACCURACY AMSJBOTEt .' J Xj Xj I ZMI P. H. CARTER East Side of Pine Street Guarantees all DRUGS and MEDI- CINES to be PURE and RELIABLE and carefully and accurately dis--pensed. All in the house are REGISTERED under the Texas State Pharmacy Law. Have filed more Prescriptions than any Drug Store in the Abilene Country.' XOO-A-ID. Texas and Pacific local Tlmo Tabic EAST-HOUND PASSENGER. Arrives 1 1:00 a. it. Departs 1 1:25 A. M. WEST-BOUND TASSENGER. Arrives. . 3:34 r. M. Departs .... :.. 3:55 r. M. Mrs. H. A. Tillett is visiting in the country. Our'new office furniture will be in before the fair opens. The racing programme appears elsewhere in this paper to-day. James Parem will moye his saloon one door east of its present location. ;w9. W . . ... Tack Turner is Retting ready to snow two. or three fine' horses during the fair. During the past ten days we have been very much crowded ...

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