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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 August 1888

HHHHHR rw ')wHinwitfiiiinwinii'rn'Aii I ... r I . . . -..... . . .. .r. . . ... t n .. - I- - ---- . ' r 1 i i-H iiiiihii nil t j- h o SKI THURMAN. Cdntiiiktd from second agit general government and Settling upon n it and remaining settled upon it a given length of jtitne. The consequence is that with these advantages no mart need be dependent upon the good will of any monopolist in the world and that gives our laboring man an inde- pendence which id not seen elsewhere upon the globe enables him therefore to demand and he does receive sdme-f what higher wages .than they receive elsewhere. Jt " "Then there js the effect of.our: free institutions TJiure is tjib effect of the pride that every man ih this country be he laboring irian or not feels in the consciousness that he is an American citizen (applause); that he helps to' govern this country and that he makes people govern it as far as possible for his benefit (applause). But gcnlfe- men there is another thing that is con- clusive ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 August 1888

iiStfnWirtWJi.i -y wmm wwawfr rtmt tnmti wiii(itwwwtti 'WMWtfEttifrtfiiM aWa1 '- i'iw ft w 'iviuMiui JVm WWftSWW ' . ' rltiitVM illjl i -AAIl.. .Alk?- .-L -u-.t .. . r ft The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISH ED AT ABILENE - - - TEXAS. THURSDAY AUGUST 30 1888. JOHN l0ENYrjiEl)lTOk. " 'Subscription Batts One year ............... . .$1.50 75 . 40 nix monins. ... Three months..... I..I4.H Office In llonlcr llulldlng on Second Street. Entered nt tho Abilene! . Tcxa toftofflce m Boconcl-CIiiM Msll Mutter. HNNOUNCemeNTS. (VndMntw. announcement for county ofrtecA will to imbllf lied In tho UcrouTKn nt tlio.rnle of MM Caen's precinct onice $2.30 ench. FOit DISTRICT JUDGE. Wo nfo niithorlxotl to announce. JihIko T II. Conner of Kn.itlanil. nn1 n candidate for rc-olcS tlon to tlio offlro of District JmlRO of this district at the ensuing November election. FOR DISTRICT ATTOJINKY. We Ate nutliorlzed to aiinnnnco It. I). Shrop-. fthlre hs a c-amllilnle for tho olllco of DWtlcl At- torney of thin distric...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 August 1888

i- mx t. A .ri ' . W Uf'" r 1 W' I..1 J J.r I 1 1. Tsmi aftd raclfla'Iocal Timo table ! Knviiouffi) PXIsEdKR.'i :- . ArriVe' . i . S . . vt . V ll too At Hf Departs i Hitnri .11125 A. M WESt-DOUNI) rAS9F.NOF.Ri Arrive.. ... . ... 3'3M' ' Depart .. j ;.....'.. 3:35 r. i. WEATHER TABLE. Report for Wook Ending Aug 20 1888. 1 f S r u ! TEMPERATURE. ---' Dai. F pi t Thursday. lfrrJay...; Saturday Sunday Mondayi.. 81 69 68i 70 72 79 80 80 - 7 -3.SI -n-3.02 -f 9-371 - 4-3.75 - 4-3.79 " 3K - 5-3.87 72 8a 86 69 71 27 87 84 76 Tuesday:... 66 76 74 79 79 tvcuncstiay 68 RAINFALL. " WEAtllKk State pf . for To-day. 3 I o 3 Pi Date. J1 o -ri hi Thursday i.. 35 11 .11 .11 .it t.24-l.28Cloiidy 2.26 .08 Cloudy. .'- Friday . i Saturday . . Sunday. .. ' Monday. Tuesday. .. Wednesday) (2-37 .04 00 t.7t '91 Cloudy.' -n f. .80 Cloudy." .04 .86 .11 -.07 75 Cloudy. 1 .48 Fair. ."t75 iii-.ni .00 fi. 37 Cloudy. j Total excess or 'deficiency' jnce January I'I888. fPIus. -Minus t; ' STHE LAMEST STOCK OF Iload C...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 August 1888

).. ...ill.iliiiliiilthlllWMWMWliillIMi''''"lll'''l"' IIMU B.JA..A. .J" " tmtn. ijii -l - - rw wajrn "1 sniATCSMR$(iunwpt 'A il .. i . i. . Jt ...... 1I1W . n MMWtowmw HM W WW WWI M I.SW W fc tia As-jj . - --.. ll lyllHHIDIMlWJ ilWIWilKIIMMWMWWWWEiy.li.liJUIlliW iiW"imwm-"" ' "r- 1 4J l . I ' 1EAVES THE EEPUBLIOAKS. AUbel T. Tltch Eollivei In 'a Jtotlilon of the Tariff and Dom Net Belieyo in th Preient Republican Courn. Congressman Aslibcl P. Filch hav Ing resigned from the Utipubtican clnb of Harlem some time ago oil account his support of President Cleveland in " nli(TworkubrTanlf reform has now re- signed from the enrolled replicltcans of the twenty-third assembly district. In the following letter he tersely and clearly expresses his views upon he great question of the campaign: Fmn Island Ueack Aug. 13. The Hon. David 'McLean President Twenty-third "Assembly District Enrolled Republicans: My Dear Sm I herewith resign my membership in the republican asso- ciation of this district...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 August 1888

EE3B33BBB - 4 4 4im if. m OUR DISTRICT FAIR u What Oar Nelghbori Harrf jk Say About It. II.. jll . . .. .'. L - . i xy uii menus ici us- maicc a iuii exhibit at our different fairs. Every fanner ever citizen of 'our county is interested ill sceina to it. that our j county iff fully represented. No man must lid back under the belicT' that it Will be Useless for him to exhibit because his neighbor will. There must be a quantity exhibited and great numbers of our people must exhibit. No matter ;f our fanners do show the same things. Wc want the i worm to Know that we can raise all sorts of things and that we have many farmers now who are raising just as good things as 'Jcan be pro- duced apywhere. Agricultural exhibits and fine-stock shows arc the very life of a prosperous country and let us all tp a man determine now and see to U too) that our district fair at Abilene is a grand success. Do riot forget either that Callahan's reputation at the state fair will be at stake that a little ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 August 1888

c-I . r t i o I i V lit I ' u i : 6 (. l r i I 1 Y v. fejwM'iiWJ'iH'W't ?j' itniiw' mnwi.iti "-T trif-i-i-iinfiMltndliAilfaii i t -i-j'...t. . ... l. 'u..iu ..vi. -'--- ' ' - - i .n.-i-n.. jAJ.init'iiii .- ' - . . ... ii . .n t.iii.iwnnWjiimMiinjp i TVlVy'J' y- imht-"' y --r .......... .-- . w ""'HflWWWWMWMM J -. iil.ciTilrt..j.i..Mili..i1iij ifci.acifiiih ii.y.ti.i warf: IoameronI 5 fi.?rI1 ttR?-.ffl?rtAfa'.''.:'' . geo. p. phillips. ' F R O M. & - ' fty'Vtr i" i '."'. v .- ' .VA '' V T C f' ' ' .. & ZDZEA-iLiIElIRS IlsT i w w w mr "w w k M ' M M - M I ' H H . H M' ;b.H III I I-? r gfHMgH i;''y '-. b ' ': ..'-...e- '(.'1..WS ''1 ' .S'Ak& jr 4 AJS . v-.vWi '.' ' te . ..j -r iJmi y.t -i v . .. tf i ivfjfii V r ;( l'"";. . wi"--!' . -i --vn; ' ..t ' ' ' WftJ '. ; .;!... : "i'V1 r(J '. y ! -' vf Wti v?-iv.vri-. -:.. Vi 1 .-' jf.'i.K' r.-??i i 't':M ''"'. - ' .'Tt?f 'S v ' .. .. .:- ; '..-:" .-fv ..... ';- .-vs:'r . St5ves Wagons and House urnishinR Goods ' i J v ! WIRE AND ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 September 1888

:t k ' in m ura ' Abilene Reporter. 1 ritL J VOL. VII. ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1888. NO. 30. r a -r r -? - .1 ' .- " ' " ' I I I II J I ' ' ' ' M II I i II I 1 I I II . 1 ti ii ll t ... J i nl IP r- i J ii ! II l t i f llW i. . - ii if I miii ITU n i ii . i .. in il J ... .i ....... - . . . . . .-.. . ..-. M - i I I I- f If I . Jit1 JI j' V tr is NEWSY N0TE8. The boiler fn the Terry Stove Works in Pittsburg Pa. exploded Monday morning and five persons were killed. Hon. Allen G. Thurmati is expected to be present at the. great democratic ratification meeting in Washington on the 1 2 th inst. Mr. Oates of Alabama introduced a joint resolution in the house yesterday providing for the adjournment of con gress on Thursday Sept. 20. Hon. S. W. 1 Lanham vill be nominated for re-election to congress by acclamation by the convention at fWeatherford on Sept. 27. Recent reports from Jacksonville are to the effect that the yellow fever epidemic is growing worse. New cases are reporte...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 September 1888

u i .'i lin.Vft .V tMwrtM'lA'Ir'i1"!; KM ij'iffl.BX.' fjfttilfti'Wi f 4 jrii--irr Jfiinfnirifinv it irt'ffa fn if nifiUut. !? I tr 1 I t .1 i Xj(DOA-Ij. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Flrrt llnfMi ait-HpA. Hi 11m MlM Simiiaf'Kcliuoi OiM ft. ni.t ItiB crery Wcdnwtlny flight. . m. mid :! l in ; bntjor-inccl. nncci Hmlth: u. w. II Mclliutlltt SotUli-Siinilny-ficimol :! a. in.s pctrlro nt 11 n. in mid H i. tit. ; ttct Intellnrt every IVwlnf winy uvchltlft nt 8 . m. U. H. McCntror rwttor. j Church of Iho Hcnvcnly Hct Scrrlcon on Ktmdn) nl)l n. In. nnd H :80 p.m. rocitltift; oil tlio fwoml Smiilrtyj WetliiMtlny evening nt H:so;8unilftyclio6(nipij0n. m Flrtt rrrftbjrlerlnlt Sumlny-scliogl every Sun- iilajr ntD:43nin.icrvlrca itiftamt rccomtBun ilnyA in tnclt month nt 11 n. tn ntid mart 1 in. . tnyf'ietlii(r vcry Vedti6Mlny hIrIii nt 8tB0 p in. J. A. (Jrclulitun pnrlor. Olirlnlnn Church Hlimlny-M'lioot orery Humlay nt9l80n.m.;cxvicc every third Hun day In cneh tnontli.at II n. m. nnd Saturday night prcv...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 September 1888

;'- "vWir - i I i V i RETALIATION Continued from stfoild iag which were gbotls dutiable under our U tanflr lilws by far the larger part of tlufc trnuic consisting.ot exchanges ol goods between Great Britain and her Amcrt (L from our ports in their own vessels. The treaty stipulation entered into by our government war in harmony with Jaws Which were" then on our statute . book and arc still in for.". I recommend immediate legislative action conferring Upon the executive t.hepower to suspend by proclamation the operation Of all laws and 'regula- tions permitting the transit of goods Wares and merchandise in bohd across or over the territory of the United States to or from Canada. There need be no Imitation in suspending these laws arising frdm the supposi- tion that their continuation is secured by treaty obligations for it seems quite plain that article twenty-nine of the treaty of 187 1 Which was the only article 'incorporating bucIi laws termi- nated the first day of July 1885. The...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 September 1888

wfiwflittNiM l ti-JM'W illliHli Mr" h'"Trmm " "' i rt-inrVfffi?JfflKir$f ajMiwwUniiWu5iiwt'i'iiii.iiO!iiaPMuiiuiuiu'i't'-t i it I!- f I jr J u m 1K- The Abilene Reported PUDU3HED AT ABILENE - - - TEXAS." r THURSDAY gfiPX. 6 1888. 0V fiOENY Jt. EDITOR. Bubierlptloa Haiti One year. .... 1 1 ' $i50 Six months.t v. ... ...... .... 75 Three months.!............ 4 Office in ltonlcr lliiildlng on Second Street. Kntcrtxl nt tho Abilene TexAn rqtomco as Hcrotid-OlftM Mall Matter. HNNOlfNC63t6NTS. CAndtlntcV(fnlionnrcmcnl for county ottlccs will be ntibtlohol In U10 IteruiiTin nt tbo rate of uucjf(m ircviuvi ui"WPi ww" r. . ! XJ FO BISTIIICT JPIH1K. - 1 - . Conner of KnMlniiil. n3 n rAmllilato for reelec- tion 10 the office of l)ltrtct JuiIro of this district t the ensuing November election. ..l..ljt nniinHnnn Jlliltm T. II FOIt D1STB1CT ATTOUSKV. Wo reauthorized to announce B D. Sbrop. Khlre n candidate for the ofllco of BlitrlclAt tnmevottbls diMiIrt nt the cnmliiR November election. FOIt T...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 September 1888

HCHf tK - ii i ii i i in i iii '"'..'.. " ' ' ' ' ' ' ii ' i i i hi ff v "it . S& V: r. " v" sj.n t f B LOGAI-I. Gov. Ross will open our district fair. A tram or thirty-three government yx " TI T"l " Tj Trv I -' ' ':' "-' -ss. if toLt:Mi niit- Wagons and hn officer's- ambulance LJ A H l T7 LAl) LT ft I I U 11 ft 1Y fi Ci ft Ti and Pnelio tol Tin Table. KAST-nOUNU rASSEiOF.R. Arrive . . .! ..... it too a. m. Departs . . . t ........... i . I Mas At to. WEST-HOUNO pARSRNOER. Arrives .. ... ... 3:34 r. M. Depart w. ......... . 3'SS " WEATHER TABLE. T KAsT-npuNU rASsEtfofeR. Alcohol 108 proof at Ira Border's ing cn-routc td Fort Concho. Xl.VlJlvf 1 1 Ul 'A IXll ". j W VI 1 1 1 Li LJ Ll H4t nmvei.iiuiiiiiin.iiHiiinlllUlAi Hi i 'I' iii r . $1 Report for Week Ending Sept. 8 1868. ' TEMPERATURE. Dale. S ri-P b-8 . 1 r-l M fc ' Thursday1."?: Friday..... .. Saturday . . Sunday .... I7 84 83 62' 73 V 7 76 76 -3-3-95 - a -3-97 - 5-4-02 - 7-4-09 ' 74 60 71 81 58 99 .59 68 Monday ..... . if' ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 September 1888

I; -is""- Jk? i&ma3 - - .' - ; -.': .....w i 1 c. C' v 2 a iy r Hffchi.iwiiM -J THE DKIRY. "What the Cow Gives Annually to tho United JStatos. t Under the title of "What the Cow Gives Us" originally from the American Breeder a statistical article is going the rounds of the dairy and trade press showing- the extent value .and importance of the dairy industry. Whatthe cow gives m is declared to be $500000000 worth of v dairy products good had vile poisonous of otherwise as 'estimated for last vcar in milk hutterj cliccsc ' water. acids chemicals color oil etc. The' proportion of milk butter or clicese produced docs not of course; nppeitr but taken as a whole the arti- cle' is intended tb show the great money values iii cows and cow pro- ducts and the importance conimcr- cially and politically of the 4000300 farmers who own them. Whether the figures are correct or iot there is no doubt that the dairy industry is very large and susceptible of still larger expansion. One thing howeve...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 September 1888

't t rt V .. IXv AGRICULTURE. mi.- nui.t. .. a;..J. AUU VU1I1UU -BUg OCUUlgU. J That such minute insects a.t ibe chinch bug should dnnirtgc crops to the 01161" extinction of farm proit ovef wide ranges Of territory seems strange. Yct'it is true- In southern Illinois this pest has gradually so increased as to have caused actual distress for the necessaries of life in some locali- ties. It was supposed that to dis- 'contintlo the growing of wheat would cause the chinch bug to disappear for want of proper food. Not so. They feed naturally on oats and the pasture grasses in the spring and later ou corn and the aftermath of meadows. The object of this article is to call at- tention to the necessity of co-operation among farmersjor the destruction of a;pcst that is more widespread than is' genrally supposed. Wisconsin Minnesota Iowa and sonic portions of Nebraska Kansas and Missouri and Indiana are the principle seats of devastation. The statistician 6f the department of agriculture at Wa...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 September 1888

f . ff..Hi.d-qwtoi "' sT - - - WLilidiiip4WtlB gjwyjg . ).' .Hill ii f 1 pMJiiiigiaiwuwWi ?f r JJ w'-wMss-iwiatei - I EDUCATIONAL. F.OITKl) lV ORORrtli W. ROACH. Our public school opened Monday irith an attendance of 350 pupils this number is about equally divided be- tween the seven rooms. Itis gratify- ing to note that nearly all the pupils entered school promptly the first day .and a majority of tbcm in earnest and determined to accomplish the Work that is laid out for them. Thu teach- ers earnestly request that the friends co-operate with them and encourage the children to perform every duty that may be required. Teachers and super- intendent cannot sec and hear and know everything ; they cannot correct abuses unless they know what they are hence if .you have grievances or complaints to make bring them to the teachers and we promise you that if it is in our power it shall be corrected. Aside from considerations of Jipncsty anda desire to perform'their duties teachers have what w...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 September 1888

ppkw itJi.llfctaMii.VJ4--- atmmm sMiW.i(MB Xhf Abilene Reporter. ' VOL. VII. ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1888i NO. 37. fc i . . iWJ ;v '' ' i R TfcE DEMOCRATIC SIGNAL GUN. Cleveland's Lottor of Acceptance. Xho filtlo ritcbe4 qn Tariff Reform Civil Sorvios and Protection of American In- torotti 17 Ittiall&tory'Mcaiurei. Washington Sept. 9 The ing !s the president's letter'of r follow accept ancc: Hon Patrick A Collins and! others committect etc.: 'Gentlemen In ad- dressing to you my formal acceptance of the nomination to the presidency of the United States my thoughts per- sistently dfrcll t'ipon the impressive re- lations of'such action to the American people .whose confidence is thus invit- ed and to the political party to which 1 belong just entering upon a contest for continued supremacy. The world does not afford a spectacle more sub- lime than is furnished when millions of free and intelligent American citizens select their chief magistrate an J bid one of their num...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 September 1888

1 I I l4wwWMftl0lnMlyilM'Wft')li'll'lMl ij . ' '. s as5wi8SB3ausi'i l WHW ft'flllj WIW)f WwWfPfSBB'flir Mfl IE .v (s4iw-; jh.-f ! 1 -J ii ll I fi U IP. If EDUCATIONAL. r-miKp iiy or.oUor. w. roAh. Our public school opened Monday with an attendance of 350 pupils this number is about equally divided be tween the seven rooms Itls gratify- ing to note that nearly nil the pupils Entered school promptly thgJjrSt day .and a majority of them in earnest and determined (0 accomplish' the work tft.it' is laid out for them. The teach- ers earnestly request that the friends co-operate with them and' encourage the. children to perform every duty that nray be required. Teachers and super- intendent cannot sec and hear and know everything they cannot correct abuses unless they know what they are hence if you have grievances or complaints to make bring them to the teachers and wepromise you that if it is Iri-our power it shall be corrected. Aside from considerations of honesty and a. desire to perfo...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 September 1888

.. -)p0...ij..i. . i.. ifflMCiWJiMiwwjiiiwiwiitti rTTarjiM 9J c SJWWi?H WMWfc'fi"' -l t liWlfiife t -"' ' ' HiThh.hi.mj..4 ..H1...SM "" 'TywnMPIPnW'HHf iBWl)lliMMMlPliliMWIiilHiii MaaWaMaJiaBI(aMaMaMaaMaaaWlBMMjgg . .ji.i 1 HeewiiMaMtwiwiTMM'awy sty vyypjg-j i- R' h f hi ii; HiOO-A.Xj. OfcTJKOH BIRECIORY A Flrit nntiUM-tiiiinliii'iicltuol. onb rt. tn.i reprice rul I n m. HiiclH).)t in.!rruc r meet In tvery WciincMiny night o Wi Bmitn jmnor Mctluxllr Soillti Phititlny erliool P:) . m.j crvlcci nt II it. m. nitdH p in.) prnjrr-rneelliig rrtrr Wctliicwlny uciiIhr nt 8 i. m. c. 8. Jlctyitver tiitttor. Chiirrliiof llid Hcnvcnty ltctit fcorvlcca on Huiulny nlll n.111. niiJ HHOp. m. excepting oil Urn tecum SiuhIrj'! tneility evening nt fliS0(8imilnj'clio(ilnt0!:Wn. m. Flint rrcl))t4rliiti'-Htm(lT.eliool every Him. lnjr hi n:4.l n.in.i cervlcn llratnml eeromt 81111 (lny In cnrli muliili nt 11 11. in. hml H:ft) p. m.l prrtyer hh'cIIiik every WeiUiemUy night nt 0:30 p. 111. T Ai frel-zlitun p...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 September 1888

apvwnj waj. r to $ i OUE DISTRICT FAtlt. t What Our Neighbor Hv to Say About It The Record f.ikc jiteastire in ac- kriowledging the receipt of a compli- rhentary ticket to the Abilene district fair which will take place in that Cntcr prising young city oii the 3 4 and 5 of Oct The fair will he nn agricul- tural and Tine stock exhibition. Low excursion rates from all parts or the state arc promised. Gov. Ross will deliver the opening address Segucrr llccord. The 'J'imCs is in receipt of the prem- ium list andjja complimentary ticket to the Abilene uistrict fair which will be held in Abilene Taylor coilnty Texas on Oct. 3 4 and 5. The people of the Abilene country are making great efforts to make this their first fair a success and proppse to offer such an exhibit of fine stock and agriculture as will well repay any one for a trip to that section. The railroads will offer the public reduced rates for the occa- sion. Gov. Ho$$ will deliver the open- ing address on Wednesday Oct. 3 Terr...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 September 1888

Wh rtwM &t jWm nwyJ Hfcrt twmyiilriiMi . . i mAij nr.'.'fti'fi t '-"''WPBWPHPS'SteijiSf iwrrm jurtww ! p dw uwnBp3ff '"g?'i&r miiMiiiii M f i I.- ir mnwiim iniiiiDiniriii-rnriiiiiin "i J-iJ b4MAHbAH4 I' S I ? ttl J The Abilene Reporter. i 'i - Mm ii iiii in ' ;; y!T?." " ' " ' ' " 'lt!j PUBLISHED AT ABILEttE - - - TEXAS. THURSDAY SEPT.. 131888. ozat iWENY jr. "editor Buiicriptloa Rates. One ycitr.' . ........... .$l5 Six monlhs.. .n. ...... . .. 75 Tlirce months. 4 . 4 1 4 Office In border lttilldlng on Second Street. Kntcrcd nl ihu AMlene Texan Vololllco ai Bceoud Class Mill Jlntto.r HNNOUNCeMeHTS. Candidate' announcements for cointy offlcej will bo nUliUMicd in the ItKiiiiiTKiiflttherntoof $.VX eikch; rcclnct nfllccs SJ 50 each. Koit distinct jviiGk. Wc tiro oiithorlxed to niinumjee Jii'lRe T. . Conner of Kiistlaiid. us a enndWnto for re-election to the otllcc of District Jihko gf thlmlMrUt nt the cnsillnft Xm ember election. Wo nro nntliorli'cl to announce V. II. elicit o...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 September 1888

W&NFtr 5 WrynJ.TJ WflWRHM B&M& fr. - I ih ht Texa and Pacific local Tirao Table. feArrlvcs 1 1 ibo A. M t)cpnrts..i .....11125 a. m. WlvStWlOUNH l'ASSKNftKh. y Arrics ............ f .... 3:34 l M. Departs. ... ..... 3!5S ' ' WEATHER TABLE. j i'Roport for Wo ok Ending Sept. 12 1888 TEMMJKATUlU! s5! 8 t Dale. R ff-8 Thursday Fddajt.. Saturday . . Sunday.... Mont)ay . . Tuesday Wednesday 9! s! 7 94 66 '78 90 65' 76 88 61 74 73 73 72 72 7 72 72 3-4-2S t 5 -'2 4 -4-IS 2-4.14 A -1.10 90J 65 70 St 10U 0? t 4-46 T 4M.92 00 Thursday Friday . . . . .II -.11 .t .14 -.14 -o . 14 -. 14- 1 Clear. Clear. j?ati.hlny.v .00 'Sunday. . .00 Monday . 00 Tuesday..1 .00 Clear. .14 -.14- 25 Clcai. ?V rV irt' Clear. Wednesday 00 -idU.l-iU .67!cicar To(al excess or deficiency since January 1 1888. tl'lus. -Minus. THE LA STOCK OF Road Carts Backboards Buggies Phaetons Carriages - AND' 1 Hacks Ever brougnt to West Texas are now for sale at . CAMERON & PHILLIPS ABILENE. Fanchon to-morrow (Friday...

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