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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 February 1890

lt-; miltJfft in m i LIVE .. 1... ST0CK. "' Trottinf mriil fAti. At 'the plfesltot' time and' prdba As far back as'aiiy 6f its' rcrnenib'6r; th Iroitirig i$ and has been the tnost aiiimor IU US I1U II is uinicuu tor US to tliiiik that there was a time and that hot very long ago when the trotting horse was unusual Hut such is the case and it may prove interesting to take a brief retrospect and trace the history of i family .of hbrses that hc' been the wonder and pleasure of the whole world and of the United States particularly. The "theory long prcvaletf that the trotting horse was the result of mere chance and ior a long time no effort was md.de to trace' his genealogy upon any tangible and reliable basis. The race horse or as we commonly know him the thoroughbred runner has a history running back more than aoo years and the blood asserts itself from the very beginning. The trotter appeared in England a little more than ioo years agd and Itf this country about forty years later but ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 February 1890

r fl M- S. 51 3. B-.- ont I. I. J The Abilene Reporter. B". 1. KJBOSHEb AT ABttiptiriJ - - - i?isxA. iKji.iMiimmiinmiiim ' ' ' ..... . ... umiiiihi.ii iw(fiAnyi . tf&IDAY FEB. i 8go. MlJfH.3fcill.MM..Mflll. .WlH ' !- 1 I IW.hWi tH -J yOlTiV OttiW & Edtyn Office fri ttariier UiilltJIng on Second Street. - i . - Entered nt tho Atlfeii6; Tex lotomco m ' ' SecondC'liiim MnilTHiUtcr. Subscription Katoi. " .: One ycnt"..i ..... ...... . $t5o Sue months ti.i.iii.Mii i 75 Thrift .months. ................... 49 Last Sunday tTtc Dallas News Issued a Utirty.two page paper arid it was a beauty too. Henrietta citizens have about ar ranged for an extension of the M. K'. & 1 from that citv to Seymour. There seems to be a scramble be- tween the Denver and the M. K. & T-. for this territory. The early bird etc MMMMMMMMSHMM Invest and that liberally too in the artesian well. It is worth more ttf our city than a new railroad and then too .pure water is a joy and pleasure that each of y...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 February 1890

mmmmmmmM ' - - XiOO-AuXjs. W Im.1 Tle Tail iUst-hoono rAsstNOftR. . t Arrives ojittroo A. M. DepHrls . w .. I tsaj A. m. WKST-BOUNO rASSKNOftfi. DePart- . ." 3-55 If NEW OLtTB BOOHS. GRAIJD OPENING.. i. Special Engngeinent of the Celebrated. Sfuffz Mflw York Thtalrt Co. 20 MEMBBES 20 Supporting the Texas Favorites V KR. J. a. STUTTZ. ' Si. ALMA SXUXT2t and ' " " ' UTILE IVY STUTTZ. Win Ifcny Me fa MPwMine netf feiMr" ? L.J. . B B. Keny6n went to Dafks yester itf hllll ! ! H- I l !! !! Thos Cocke leaves for tbe cast this week :t NJghti and Saturday Matinee Commencing 13 mrsday Feb 3n which occasion will be presented the granuesi oi ail Historical piays m CELEBRATED CASE OR TBIE SOLDIEE OF FONTENOY. Spocinl Scenory lor all Plays. Our own Band and Orchostra. New Elegant Elaborate and Magnifi- cent Wardrobe. Tickets are now on sale at Tj U. Polk's News Stand where seats may be reserved without extra charge. Mrs. 0. V Stefferts is quite sick with the grip' Tlie dancing club gives its reg...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 February 1890

T ' w "ft j- iiiJv f? J ''.ii'l i i'oii.w ;tlii 1 "! '" " !""r?f -LI b. Ift" w & BP m mJ MCICULTUflfc. U -id. jftw. "TJ .? V'''MH r. JTWFi . wmro increase 01 accurate icnowi rttMing" to rural pursuits it be- fcwH more and Inorc evident that ' kr&nrH nl clearly defined laws rfMW and animal development but that itt the economics of farm man- affluent there arc well established ifiril&inks of prftctice lliaf cAnnot; be mi 8ik or superseded by any special cM!fcratidn of detached facts. To ofetn the highest -success in farm pfsciice these well-defined principles wft4t be recognized and the system of iitMtagctucht must be i$ harmony with the natural laws that arc dominant fac- tors m dctci mining the results ob- tained In av recent article on the organirn- ' tlofl of the agricultural experiment sta lions it is said that "the future useful new Of these stations will depend upon what they may discover of permanent valiie and this must come largely from the most abstract and prof...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 February 1890

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 February 1890

'.'ldfcft!'lLfna?t!TEr -r?33?5?SHHi'WJ ''" P"""".1 'I'J tV;tfjpr???iyaii - Wil!' 71 . T. .i A F . . ' - .. 1...1 -.'-' yi-.T'..; . iiiiii.i..i .nii'n iifllJJWww .Him t jhT" i MMwi 'mmmm vrr??T Jr . . . r ' .... 4 : : i zi -1 . . . -1 '' ' m w l .. . . W i-$ I rf- I fii ...fiY.'i .. - ' ' .y ? .t'.i .... if n I - t .WiwliifiUH-Wiinlny ch(K). : it. wt 'r rimm t 11 it i. mm! B:Od p. l.l prober woctllig wiwy wtwicwity nigni. ioH Simtlt fcunrtitjr Mhool 0:J &. m Mnrlrcii nt 11 n. rt. nml i. ro.i jimrcr mortln very Wcuncdf evening t 6 J ro. .i meeting IflVTTMlf. Tutor Chnreh of iheKirenlynet-9ctYicc oiitiuu. 6? Mil it. m: and H:80 p. m excepting mi Jho Buaday school &WM . m Cbrtlnn Clmrth-Hmnln? elipl every .8im- 6jr Mi0:80 . m.(Mtvlivvi!tT lh'i li0""" 8UHltiJm In each womh nt 11 iu mn18 p. m. fwiiyer jhcctliiB Uolnosilny night nt 8 p. w.l Kmunlouxcrvlec;iitiricf Stmdiiy chobl ) i first find ccont8uidityi nmtjnn nficr prcntli- tBgoit tlilnlmirt fourth Humlnyn. 1'nslbr; Cumbcrlnnrt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 February 1890

v :jm t (J Vy iatfAxs dox's'iii. i ' (fcOKTINUSt) fKOM BEpqjjl ntteas'cd it net cent. At ac(mfcnt of tiic; cbrapromisa tariff of 18331 tvtifeh rcqdrcd ft jeduelfap of the existing tariff to per cent? every two years (not ever ye&r as stated by Mr. Blain) our foreign trade bcg&nto jnerease more rapidly and by iA6 it amounted to $aoa 000000 wlileh was an increase 'in four years ofs6s per cent. Iri JS41' it "WasV $227000060 which it had reached under the con- stantly falling tariff'of i'833. In 1842 the restrictive system was again re stored and our trade again fell ' off. but slowly recovered till 1846. when it .was $328000000 again just what it naa been iBi and $2000000 Jes. than it had OMbL in 1816. in 1846 a revenue. tariKPwith low duties took I the place "of the high'-tariff of 184G Was further reduced in 1857 and from t P4 10 1000 uncier non-protective p 'tariffs our foreign trade increased over 200 per cent. After iao'we returned again to restrictivemariffs with higher d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 February 1890

il Yi. . h ? 8tfy' .y :ir A' 3 w :s3 wt ISy It; M ft' m I hi - V O 1. W tic ktiiknelleporter. fefj':' te TVS i 4f ttA' ' j. 1890. ... JiiiMVU Jom UOjSNMiiUo'r . 0C in Bnler rtulldinj on Second Street. 5 : i v .. i'"A i ridcondaoM-Milt Mntlfir it. J . -UX. . f- 1 . ." ..i SJ.2.ii 1 .in H ;.. .v MBIBf iptrafl Awtvv. One ycitf ... ... . . .V... ........ .$1.50 Six wonilu: . . 1 4 f'.'(f ; tt j . . .. 75 Three monilis ...... ..... ........ . 4 South St. Lotus w3 shook up by an earthquake M5dyj ' Tlic smow is' all right and' tlie wheat iidoatsxrop5'are07XiJ .- . Mose. Harris tKe"" irrepressible is out 'with a nw cvwiifig paper at Fort Worth r ;; . r- High TwerWe'of: Texas best known Bohemians died in Col- orcdo last week. 4 K . Hie GentiIsj)leJaietory over! the Mormons at 2$at Lake City in the municipal electiorjjM6naiay '"' A number -of&sur.. exchanges' nre publishing our &&(!' On- "Texas and crediting the Sarajevo the Gonzales. Ga-' zette. . ;-;-' .during the rJyerfhe.$aper...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 February 1890

'J i W f IP-''- What sort of - horses shall I breed to to make the most -rnqney ?- The thoroughbred seemed to have a too highly developed nervous organization to produce a good gentle all around horse even if he had size sufficient to overcome the deficiency of some mares in that re spect. Without facilities for training and developing the ..progeny the trot ting hor$? did not seem to be the kind to breed on a large scale. It seemed to me doubtful whetherthe great dif- ference in structural character between the. enormous Percheron and a 14 1-2 Kand Texas mare wduld not produce ail illy formed overgrown sort of a horse. tyhat then shall I 'breed ?' v I. next inquired of dealers in New York and Philadelphia as to the horse most in demand at best prices and 'was met on every hand by the reply 'The carriage horse' The demand for Stylish carriage horses of good size action- and color is always far in excess of the supply They should be sue- teen hands or over with plenty of good flat bo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 February 1890

iimrivm &W'MSB . 'Sareiullv illHHHIHHIDHHHH. -1 "HHH' rweatlier? yfr nnfK&um. Keen flnVthtncof'anair xaaEsnsrrEis': .liiHK. . J Lrmmmmmm-j Ut tt e?."ViCT:lfI"'n the drmKT!Vessels; ijrom Becoming cl;fO Its constant use- in he wternJftjweveri is: nowT jjei'obni- -Jess marked. ' -V ' " '' CSeve'rial '"formfc8 'have been giVeti lor vpri;priu tpic aunuiuii tu :. iu haveij: .ip oft home; .of tl weat&Tfh fiuohre;tot "" ----.-. r mrww (VW ..".U- mm iBfciotm at al times. .W.T ..- -'! .. . ;rue'soiunon too rwilkbeJound to. .rffflft'flJb - S4I.A l !- V te proportion? being all "f Vsf.lt4t i" It- l It.cmirv leuicui-i 'arm w'afeh btVsuIpfeate' of i ""IJanccwt L iti-aitxs i. naett : i&ytf&c .water ttoJtttn;j -aPM-jrss?! QHHUnC' iWrQ i jfiJSUJL' U? W'-.mi - Jiu';it' ra.h Sohetiiiarfc of. tone!r&alpocful;of 8 '.to 'thvwatirfl. ' knaMiicV ahdJi-nunirentr tastei. ..Mtammr "rrTrT' -. ... :. u. . - . 4Vf. & 'JpNo.V5rtffi?.i same E$iXkn6 t&ittife .Douglass muff. for. h&am...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 February 1890

Manufacturer and dealers In si OT W?MTiriir--n- T. IIlnniL j- "fr jbaclutntif T.nntiiA-iTt' TPRnrliiitfliM. ;ChnplaJn-Ii. K Chamn ? Doorkeeper Of. J. Mntlmson AsulstanrDoorkeeper A. 8. Uddgca. I btXl the1 second Saturday of each month at 8. UnVilnrtb n.'tti.. nnil thft fourth fiatnrtlav of nnnh montji qt8 oplock p.Bra "Jif. Porter carries a "nice line of turf goods such as bandages clippers ICet- cfeTs horse linements etc. Anything ttTot in stock will be ordered. 5-tf x I . . . i--' Tin Tun TtTant in D1M HnTu KV UVt TVv4AAt VV AR1DV mUibQl S " If sq go and see the young .Ken- tucky Tennessee and native jacks at James tBeasley's barn on Chestnut street. They will be sold right. 7-tf Examine our 25 tent finable back) curry combs. Just the thing' for all ' .horses especially nervous and sensitive ones. N. Poster 5-tf. r. "M P. JCaVeriaugh" of 'Hillsobro Hire charge of our photograph and art department." "If you want fine wOrk come to our studio. "' Miuer Bros. Parties wishing'Jto buy l...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 February 1890

wr-'vmtrWH N. v j rof thenlactea on this idea. They SK&lloppiKie'fMo a fair and. will vote "P" .agatflstifc when the question comes ; up. It will fie' remembered that the' ' iesolntioa yras divided into two parts oneas to the pointj and the other as to ..whether' there. should be a. fair or not.. - h'gTTexang do not 'feel bound by their J ivbtes oq the site to vote for the fair. The) reeate'd candidates are Very sor particularlyiNew York St. Louis- does net! feel so Jjadly as New York because5 the latter thought she had a kwVtft: thine. She has been outworked Pulwitted'bythewesterntown.'The; wy utiai wprKcrs in 111c uuucu oiuics ; idlfe bden employe)d by the latter city -"':iniV(ifrtp fifi hnrlfthev have heen lin- .t'lfSasjngtfin their work VhiIe New .IwYbrk' war talking' through the papers r4A; and opening up .champagne Chicago t- V uJmbIj m tMnit liuAn rittal n n rl 4mrv I v (tWUIcif wye uu nuiiv auu uuiu(j v.their) level best. Their work told. They i inland paralyzed her on t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 February 1890

w Wi- J . it.- If J & T- VV it -li.-t.. MliL.'! ' ? ' ' mwmrS' ""' Al E''meM f tto? Lahcastef ettn.i Arfttltw1 and HOrtrettkural fiocfetv'. Df Gj.-'A. Grtii. nmm! th . fpllowjng; .etay ' toK)rt the sublet of ( i( For knfifvftith With Vawbhal inteJTuptiofJi ft til beta my (omni (a8.boy;and rnm) to care fin- poultry and. Some mfli I have gathered dunrtg tht. ye('Xtrop)M now to taalec public fcr all who aire interested Jtx the matter and .for convenience saM I Witt-arrange the. fectt tinder f different head. t neuy .f property. . dwner.lt' ' A A' ; '. The-'egajit cart be.; iliamtcd in size and rtchn bv nrtKKK.fcedintr yof the fowls. " j(' 31 yThey require a variety f food and get excefsively tired of one kind. 4. The egg contains almost all the 'constituents nf the human body and hence thei hen must have a variety of food.to construct it. 5- wo other product or animal egetaDieiue contains suustanccs ex ;wctly like 'the albumen and yolk of ah Iteac I "BO" .i . ' 6 The hen ceases lay...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 February 1890

Pei ri$Wi m$i lcr: Mil - 'i Ji. UmijAbi&&. if. i in if 1 h ffr- lm Wm KfV.'1 Ijv !;. frcre .' . &mmmm 1 mr ; Ti 1 i'i ' 1 1 1 1 1 n ' 1 "1 n k r "fiimf 1 1 i 1 )i i 1 1 n 1 ' ""tn i ft f II' !&.. "fe 1A K'f 3s y in A. fts"' - tx t R- i T . 1 i ' && wiiiBiakre akl " "" m MUdP-." 4 Si'to'oi If v. Sot :. B&!; . WHtt WtaMotrt 'Jbtftt fe Altmi Up u':tyJ3fclm hM'nwt cjwAi printed Wr 'MHttttfcf lKo AkthiPrti 3wM4tjr Hintey K Wtabcfmrge of Br. MohfctHott's mnntnfcofe. L. .)(6'ii cw9niAnCerir(Hbig. 94 horses to th Keflog sale i'i. New1 &' which psel. through this cky botat Uhrce wejcs Jtgo nincty-nmc toad m allbrought tlic harfdsomo sum W $ajooq TJm I the most vAliM hk consignment tif horses that ever posted tfiroilgh this city on one train. Aleliian by tiian Al!ent will make Ac season at John Mcdaris' tarn this city See liiscard in another column. J. R. Welch has had a splendid offer logo to Dallas with his string and take' charge of some colts for East Texas...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 February 1890

r3 f f HP : . -flfc ft . unfc'1 t : V hffi W p fir w It W I IS" y urn? m JHHHUk k MpsP ?. k. & H r ' Br Ife-rib I V 1 r . ...... i .... .' The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT ABILENE u . . TEXAS. FRIDAY FEB. at 1890. .T-jJ. ..? ! . . I !- .1 .- - ! . I l I - JOHN IIOENY JR. Editor Office in Border Building on Second Street. Rntercd at the Abilene. Texan Postoffleo Hecond-CUM Moll Mutter. BatoerlpttM Kttef One year ................... Ji.SO Six months. ..... .... 75 Three months.. ttt & 4 ThrJ city election in Fort Worth is warming up. Abiicnc is the pride of West Texas and that means "heap." The candidates for city offices here are taking "warming up" exercise. Nowhere in the south docs such gf al prosperity prevail as in Texas. The spring palace boom is growing every day. All Texas is benefitted by this enterprise. The Concho Herald a new paper published at Paint Rock has been re- ceived at this office. Four hundred passengers and crew of Dubury are reported to have been los...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 February 1890

t u Y STEREETT &SONS. JJroedora of Improved ' Horses and Cattle Ranch on Spring Creek IS miles North East of Abilene on J the Albany road. fl Anl 1 1 A tl n I Four fihe French Draft Stallions for rilHIIIUIIn ' -' Ihese Stallions are thoroughly MlUUlVUUiaecjmatetnmj br0en o r(Xtlge mc We have sold 300 head oX Graded Stock this season at good prices that was sired by our Stallions. Office with Ahilene Imetment Co. '51-13 Abilene Texas. cr. "w. K F'TJKlsriTTJ Secontl-Hnnd Goods tHopairing done on short notice. Chairs LOOAX j. Toxns and Padae local Time table. rjvsti:OUN'i) passwkb. Arrives. ...... .t .. t . .. ..11 too A. M. Depart ...... 11:25 a. m. WHTMlOUM) PASSDNflriK. Arrives. ...... .... -... 3:J4 ' " Depart. .-.. 3'5S ' " 4All. Howard Defiance colt. lins lidiiglit a Reno Harry Ilutlur Anson was in city Tuesday. 'the Mrs. W. 0. Swanscn will returnxfrom Alabama this week. Lee Thurnian and ride Merkcl were in the city yes ay Read the card 6Y J. W. Railton in another colutwn of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 February 1890

7-vw' ir -mv.fftjMi & r ! I KGRICULTURE. ''"!' fl''t" ' -'!g "I -'-a... Jlw --1 fcjyri l :33s Fur Xtfat y - The Successful farmer works twelve months each year. Raise vegetables and fruits on the farm ah'd save the doctor bills. 'there is farming and farming but the successful farming is business farming. Great care should be exercised in selecting seed corn. A healthy growth depends upon sound seed. Every farmer should can his own corn and vegetables and preserve his own fruits. It Is economy in saving dOctof bills. Save all your hen manure it is ex- cellent for the garden; the best in fact that you have on the farm. You can afford to keep a shotgun on the farm if only to shoot hawks that dopredate on your fowls and it is time that you Were getting- in order The farmer who reads the best farm papers' and thoughtfully cultivates his land will never need to give a mortgage on his farm. The farmer who plants cotton and corn only generally gives a chattel mortgage and his children ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 February 1890

7X mk : 1 Tfci K I .' V r V n.fei.nm 11 T111 In I 1 1 11 I tnn in iriil vk " B ALiMifr m V n H 1 f f i t inV. "H netor"32-- tfttr FAtwifm' Taw1. ays' - . approaches and all insects he tender vegetation in qpws are irozen anu nitm. ...red . fnr tlinisulvGs the principal pari of their living now be- gin to look tb liim 'for their daily sus tenance And if he expects his flock to continue healthy and profitable it is necessary to take tlieir wants into f .serious consideration and endeavor as 1 'far as possible to supply them with the foods containing the same nutritive elements as those vvhicli nature promp- ted them to select during the summer. The necessary foods may be divided into three classes j the first and most important being grain food the second animal food which is intended to take the place of insects ; and the third is green food such as vegetables apples etc which we must substitute for. the lender grass and clover that the fowls were eating so industriously all sum- mer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 March 1890

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