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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 March 1890

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Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 March 1890

I i J w 'fl i V i ij i I i .') ! .V "tAWtsw - ;m"-vv-f' . ) ?. ::Wil JT XJ h. V" - 4 The Abilene Reporter. PUBtlSriED AT 1ILENE LO. 7TVRii)AY MARCH 2S 1890. ' K .) IM..ll ... '"111 I 3o5v HOENYi JR. Editor. Ofece. In Border Huilding on Second Street. ;.. 1 1 1 1 (i ntered at fhq Abilene Texis Poilomco as ' Sccondnasjl Mall Matter Sntjcrlptlon Sates. ' . r. .... ..ii.. ....... ...$1.50 One year ...;.. i .. . Six months . . . ...... Three months Kansas suffers a loss of $250000 pn at-count of prairieTires Th city of Houston is Enjoying a substantial .season ofprofperity. : B A. Cox's new paper the . Merkel :'MaH is folio a neatly printed six column. The comer stone laying of Fort Vdr?ji's r.c?f high school building takes ce to-day. e Houston Post sports a pretty new gown and is as .newsy as any daily in the south. Xate: dispatches from Washington I indicate that the Galyeston deep har bpr bill will lw. passed. .. Don't forget that next Tuesday flic mefi who will serve the city for the...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 March 1890

-?nv4;3r "zS r$m ftVT " t 5f ?: ' i n -.-. tlb)-.lB?V ''' -"M- n v If i .'' JB I ' 4Hf ' " ' I llll' 1 . . b . - ... ' Br lf. ?! . Hiiia I if i - V XiOOJLXj. wrf MM Utk TtaM Wi Fap'fli rA(BtoftER . . Arrive V-..J.V' 1 'Dqutri kM J! 'A '' i tliOO ilia A.M -.. . i v ift...tfi.t T'T'-.'II '.J-- A'M( WBSTMKWr M9MHOKR f: ' II ArrWM v 334 r. MjJ Dqiirti.! 3cc p. MJ ANNOUNCEMENTS. grrv treasurer. En;. RfcTORTKRi rtease urigounce candidate for the office of. City Trewu iHe ftJto mwIdiW electfw Kespeetfi . ..U 5. UUlilil FOR CITV;.JwARSIIAL. yti dreimthotUed.to announce J J Ci.W- TON;ait candidate for re-election .to thcofiico Of city taarjhal at the ensuing municipal elec- tion'. ' 1 - "i ... . FOR. ASSESSOR AND COLLECTOR. We are authorizedf to i.announce' W. J. TltOMrsofci a a candidate (of re-election to the omceoi assessor and Collector at the ..ensuing dty electidnV t - ... ..' ... i TV SEC SECRETARY. - iTk Laiv.i d tyr .. ttr Ht t" Swanson as avj!u.uatefof:re-elecUon to .the office or....

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 March 1890

- r s"-f isv- L T-!? "V 4r & & Yi t fc . i- Dionrs on tke MnnWitk-tkeKw Introduced with a hymtt from the 1'rodUdc Dealer's Collection t 'Then hoi fftrmererhw for yolirt Is llis tn-st Vocation" Our text will be (bund In tins second i entitle or Jeff Welborn on the drouth .problem. "This calls for that most expensive and damaging machine the h-o-c t and whenever the hbe is picked up to kill grass at thp expense of the plow it is certainly nil day with that crop" " Now George Hogan says in a re- cent issue of thd Texas farm and Ranch that the: mfth-wUh'the-hoe is raising thunder ho rain up in the Panhandle. As our text sounds more orthodox. than the latter assertion we will en- d'bavor to stick to our text. In an exhibit of one of ihc western counties at the Da las fair I beheld a yotlng .antelope corraled in a crate on which was a placard reading as follows . - "The man-with-tliC'lioe is driving us out;1' As I looked upon this 'emblem of the fast dissolving Occident I .be- tho...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 April 1890

..! 1 ' ..-v' . -vlj ...v 'l . vw II ' ' ( r MMH4)Mhi4aMMMHNMMMHNNMMMmMMIMW ''' ' ' . ...'f . .. i . -1 . . ....i ... I illl ly.nifcrf' M. I ;t VOL IX. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORJIDf G JJPKIIi 4 i860 jpiIfv ;k jy? f"s yiiim Tl.-T'-'tJ. '" 'tsff ABILENE Reporter. T""r i"."m T r'-"'"-' ' "?r '."''" '""'"'"j- . - ii i .-.I -i.i. i..i ..i... iMii' n .in v Vii' i ' i i r i r 1 - 1 1 - rr r j;; ;- amM 1 oJi ' " HOW I 'A tti . .". . Ml in T.pavenini?-Powers It' "-iTT 'SSK ABSOLUTELY PURE There is oihingVomparative or hesitating in their language when the official analyljjijjtfiemists and scientists speak of the quality of the Roy&kMSiNkr. "As good as" "harmless" "pure'? are tamef phrases ioTOwfinbt the superlative merits of this great baking powder. Whenever atyJioUntific practical tests are made' it is (imphatically declared Mgrtmfitg leavening strength purity .and wholesomeness. Witness tti& iw6rtErof. Wenzell of the College of Pharmacy Department University San Francisco OcEi88g. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 April 1890

i.irtiy .. . 1-inaM.tf -fl W fi W ' t 1 v '- -U- -ii.- &' m tfA I .ti r-affe1' ; OTtVMX flint MartUt8tirida whoAl :M iVWii ket' ec l) n. imaml H:M t. M nrayor Meeting' eTetyfteducsday nlgiitf Mcthodlil t5ditlh-JSunaay ncllool 6:36 a. w.t wnrlcMstll.n.hi And Btum.; Thayer meeting evorjr Wednesday evening nt 8p.ro. I raster. Church Ot tht iteatchiy Rct-43crviecs On Sun. tayat 11a.m. nt(ilfl!30p"m.( eeeitlfton the aceoml fitmilnyt Wwliiewlay ovfm? nt 8:80( Sunday school nt0:o a. m Christian ciiiireh-Snii(lpclici01iti50i m.t w.t ro. mica otcry Sunday at 11 a. to. nn 8 t. commtinlonnervlcca jimtnrfcr Sunday wbool on Ht Mid necfcna Sunday ntiiljturt lifter preach- prayer mccflnjt sunn wcmi lnWIy nlaht At Hi. iDon third and fourth auudays. Of.AiPAttw. rnsor. Cumberland Prcubyicrlnu Chiltch--PcrTlcc every Sunday roornlUR and Venlimt Sunday school nt 8:30 n. ta.rtirfiycMncctlnThuMdrty evening. ItcV. D. U. lfoWItt pAltor. Jl t 8E0RKT J00IKTD5S. Abilene Chapter No. 158 It. A.. 3t-HoMs lis ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 April 1890

"t7p p u 0 t if I! O ' JWH'S" t' La 11 rl u'lrr -ir f ri -'-'- --" -'--JJ- POULTRY. Everybody knows tliat al( Will not 'hitch Wlttrt by a Btreftk of stood ...luckj as it is called some' fortunate in aiviouai nnas me snmc numucr 01 phtcktns in the nest as' eggs which he tipmcwi were jtnrce wccks- ociorc jie feels that it is sornqtliing tp be known arid read of 1$ all mankind and he immediately writes to. the editor say. ilijgt "Who can beat thai?" tiut such casts arc not common ; often tltepoul try breeder gets no more than half or two-thirds or at tltrtes none at all of 'his eggs Used f6f setting to Bhelt out; tahtf men he! rubs his head ahd inquires w ! dilhgently fof thd rejis'on of his ill sue- 'f!cess Removes tlfc hens takes the p. f chicks ;onft by one ' frorn the nest( J I throws nut tlie empty shells then ex- y amines the remaining eggs. He shakes I.- therm In some the decomnoscd yolk !-iV -and White freely mix gas or moisture lias escapcu in some uegrce uuniigiuc time of sit...

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

E9 tszimissimiirm mSIIkSSStInPt fWrV ' i?" xt rPrfillHMi h If t V i I jy Ml Tie Abilene Reporter. -Ttnrr.T::"k"Ji''' Ate - TBXAB. H.lHj..i.i lt tutor lrokxv -a&vr. I 0ee i Bonier ttAfiB Stonwl Sfttwfc i" Jatssrfytk 0tt yesr..... Sixnoftth...... -S-5 - 75 The ar Js beginning to Tium with ratfroad tatfc. Fori Worth rejoices over the ekc- ikm of Pendleton fcc Mayor Abi!me wiahavc. to hare an. aquar- ama if th artesian well is a success. The: Texas & Pacific will doubtless bu3d their own fee into El Paso at an early day. Every dtuen of. the Abilene coun- try is interested ia the success of the next district fair. Now thafibe artesian well matter his been settled let the work for the next Cur be begun. - San Antonio gets the next demo cratic state convention which will meet 00 the second Tuesday in August It is" estimated by machinery men traveling through this county that Abi- lene will ship 10000 bales of cotton next fall. Thereaders of the News "and Ga zette will heave a long ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 April 1890

V- " ' ;m'. n'1if''""V.'w 'yw" "Tf''T'''''rTit:''r T'?iW'P!-r')P.7' a " T l ll ' . VI ! .rt.. L "'SSMPV '" .' Wff'WI'; ' ' ' f hmrmtfin ir- - j - -vin - v fi r Stf . X CAHTXlt. It. . OAXTXK. r cartM & carter; . ullto. . m'- Land and Loan Ag N!ortli First Street Opposite Depot i BUy sell.rentandrexchane.bbthcity-aridcquntry property. Buy and sell stock. Negotiate loans and buy vendors lien notes Pay taxes for non-residents. Valuable business and residence property in Abilene for sale on easy terms. A large list of lands ini Taylor and otlier counties in ioo to 6ooooacre tracts from 7.5: cents to $10.00 per acre. Sorghum and millet seed at Bens ley's. t ' ' ' .. i4ktf . 1 1 mil 1 i 1M1 1 m ? '' Don't miss the inatmccM to-mbfrow 'afternoon? '' Sec change in Ed. S.' Hughes & Co's advertisement this week. - ' ' ' i''tV.'' 'dyl$;f TZBXIA.S. Feed of all kinds at Bcaslcy's and it. will be delivered promptly. I4tf Editor Cox Mcrkc) was in the city Saturday in the Interest of his pape...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 April 1890

mi.f.:'n7TM BwMm iiinpn irprmmp i :yf$jttyi WU;e. m.4&J Vf '. ;i . v' rf' (.3 iMMtriwii-i - .-I. 1 .... . 4Kb. .---i.- i.n - -j u If ip V -f I T V I yH.Wi. 1A AAl WITJWBIJWt ; JU mfa ftf XA& FARM AMO RAKCim (hir forefathers came from countries hrj Tor ngcS thS soil had been tilted y setts or peasants Who wqrc not the tfiwrs of the land upon which tlwy bifed or of the dwellings which they .inhabited. In the main these peasant farmers were an illiterate humble peo- ple with Ho political rights and .hav- ing neither the hope nor desire to rise bove the condition of their forcfath ' rs They were classed as inferiors and acce'pled their lot as & rtatur.il condition. Except when pinched by hunger or unusual Oppression they Vyere in a negative way contented and happy ; that is they were not' particularly dis- satisfied with their condition or with the place nlloted them in the social scale. Yet to the annoyance of the upper classes there were occasional symptoms of "ambition th...

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

V -"-r l0 9 jj UiwUut ' inilll). 1 1 . I tn WTO SCIENTIFIC Survlal of Dangerous Get It lias b6cn shown by tip tnat. disease microbes do Ho Vive in corpses and that as rule th6 more rnhidlv rW takes place the more tylfcklVftfflW organisms perish EtfpcrimaSaVwGfc made With nine different IcinUHpltakt' crobes contained in .bodies df animals under the various conditions iW Ijuml in the ground keeping urtc&Aiiuirf and exposure to the air Tk;lNpis of fowl cholera was seldom l&tafcer threeks though that of sUMHia survived 90 days while tk& ?cm. .surhption did not lose itstwfcce until from 304 to 25a days & red. All trace of thb other )rpfris Including those of tvnh URsfever. i Asiatic cholera detanus ar dfjMra 1. vcek mm Organtio Matter form W. I. Chemists report the rece; ftarklysis 01 iwo remarkable rrieteorifesrOlite . which fell last June nt MigjfeiiRup- : sia contains about 5 per cteSt of or- ganic matter in the shape dfkfyeltw. substance closely resemblin&reSni an...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 April 1890

m$m& rww$p- t ; ... y!fiP!lPf!P1 gaKssg: '&flt) mmmmmm M I I I HllM - -.. .-...-.. T.. .. . -?). -; ..-irl-J -.. -Tmjimi.!.HMi. .--I.HA. ua. . .. -... ... imai... 4;'.lg:iii AUli i - '. i. v..ilV.. .:...'... . j. ... . MMIIlMMi M Mii p ft V s - r- limm ; ' i -i . t f '-v i-1- ''''' -ju -t ? "-v- us-i -' - -r i i vif -. . " . t ' l': ''. ... frl :. '.L'j!.--.' j'jzs ;. " M- IBt JWiFW-W JPVvt Tmyior fmif y4rt okl by hi Clyde mk) HarritletoHian Iitr3 Font. Tylrtf i fcl good kokifli; anltflal and w'rfl'fitl die bill for ah H.itlrpose stalltcm Ut. Curtis MkJlnl botight of CK p.- Morrisj lt Satwday twenty-two Iwo-yeaV-old fillies by Font which be Mfipcd to Midland Sunday Mr. CwtU will brtcd these fillfcfirto large Merman stallion. Yritc paid $50 per Ikad. Tbe RterbRTER bests leave to It I remark that 'Local Horse Notes" had something to do with both of these In .A few1 years if card and gOod judgment is used by out breeders the Abilene country will be the horse cen- tre of Texas a...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 April 1890

"""rtJ'riini"nriiiiitii)niiiiii J.I. : .n T-Tt!"! h of of tartai; of the highest quality superior to ail otners m strength leavening jpower' and general usefulness. ' The Royal Baking Powder is thus distinguished ) the highest expert official authority the. leading Baking Powder of the world. As Others 'See Us. AbileE) April to -Editor Re- porter : 'You ask mc to give you my impressions of Abilene based upon personal abservations I comply will- ingly for the theme is a pleasant one but fear I can do but poor justice to such a subject. I may say that the very first impression I had of the place was formed before seeing it by passing throuwthe remarkably fine country ItrihJflBvtojlus city for some miles SastwardTTA" good country usually makes a good town and in this case my expectations of Abilene which had been raised to a high pointj; were "fully. realized at first sight As soon ajs-the tourist steps from the cars hejs impress- edJbrcjblyAivitfe.thc.rfactithatbine is a live pushing ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 April 1890

ESSSbl i ' f I 1 'II ; V-- mam .. .i.imiLiif .. 4.111 ii- ww. . J .. . i ii .ni in 11 1. ; Iii.iifiti nt.i.m.'..i.i.itf.u.i. ...'.. ;.'..iv... iiifi.... .iy TTfliiS5rir" M i IMJl I? ! li l.i).iii..l.ia'M...lifc.. OXflKfX BXMOIOXY. Writ ntlluiilinr netinol. 0:89 n. tiu: mi yt at II n. m. and n:sO p. m.) prayer acctlui erery iveuncwmy ntgnt. MfcthodKl equlU'-fcmiaajrsohool 0:M ft. m.';i mrriVTH nt it n.". mm op. Ki.i I'rnjvr uivvuiig.i iwrerx vvcunufuny evening i op. in' T limn-on. Pastor. Church; .-vf tho tlcaVenlyScst Services on Stin-j necoiul Sunday; Wednesday evenings at B'.SQ.f wihubj- ncBoifi w v.an a. ni Cawtetlnn-ChMfeli-Buiirtny school ftl0!30fc. m.V itch ! inlnv iwrvfes ever Sundny nt 11 a. m. ml8 p ro.i Mayer weeun Wednesday nlRht.ht 8 jr. m.? Swwmunloit services JiwtHflci' Sunday Kcltool on in and iwf ond HtimfBTB. ami Just after prcach tog tip third and fount) Sundays. rastof. 1 waver wcet In Wednesday night hi p. m.; Cumberland Presbyterian . Church Services iKsr land P...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 April 1890

nfvt"VtPP''l""t T'"l 1 n4f ..I HtM . arifri a . i m l LI 1 1 'i m II LIMfe' STOCK ! in XsrsM. ThCfincstand deepest emotions of a dog seem to be dependent on Ms 'scrtse of smcii Na only docs tic carry oil hlrt business of hunting or guard ing through its 'aidj but his devotion to Ins master and ltis recognition of Jess'ef friends depend largely upon his nose According to Horse and Stable an- other among the humbler friends of man fa keen and delicate Of scent ' The horse will leave musty hay un- touched in hiR bin no mattei" how hun- gry he may be. Howeyer great hfs thirst he will not drink of water ob- jectionable to his questioning sniffs nor from a bucket made in the least de- gree offensive His intelligent nostril will widen quiver and query over the daintiest bit offered by the fairest of hands. A triare js. never satisfied eitheSjtsight or whinny that a colt is really her own until she lias certified by means of her nose. Blind horses will as a rule gallop 'wildly about a pastu...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 April 1890

. . ..." y - ' xi ' ' ' ' ' "' lLr .-.--'----- ....- m.n.-i ..;. tn.....iri 'ii."i 11 ri.ili.ii iiiHiiil- i-i n.i.. i '''! -4 i ? II -. r 1 - ; -... M ! .H-in ll1 ! c futywto at cbxxnB' FRIDAY AlJRIL if )1$J? J6ENY .t editor. s'irt pbnlix lUdlding on Second' Strefcu . "iii'i' . lired t Itio' Abilene Tcxm Voslofflco m tWcQHaJWM Mull Matter. tverlyttat tf k fc y$r.... .. .j ." V ' .$1.50 v '? 75 40 t.Wonths. .. . i(..i iiv( m hrte months 1.. . . . . . : t M No fair will be held in San Antonio ext fall as1 the subscriptions reached hly $15000. ... . The Terrell JR.egitec has jpined-.the inks of the all-homepnnts: It; is- itich improved by the! change. A phefarc rate for' the round trip I as been seemed on all roads leading utFot Chicago 10 the spring palace. One hundred and fifty cars of Texas' Pacific coal company's coal was old to parties below Chihuahu Mex. st week . ' ' : . " -f Coal from tlie Texas & Pacific mines It'Thutbcr is selling all qver the west. Fifty cars are to be s...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 April 1890

!i a JJLKSOL. X . OAXTXX. Jt iT TlV J f I Bf CARTER & CARTER lilaM Loan Agents .'Att ir.Ti'rv - -J5J North First Street Opposite Depot ...vKV ?? Mr. and Mrs. Marx left for a Visit 16 friends in Galveston Tuesday. ' '' The new street railway will run by the new public school building. -.;. " ; ' Mr. and Mrs- Cyrus Odom' Rftgc- craft farni) were in the city yesterday " ii i . n i i Mrs John Kerr returned from a week!s visit with friends at Dallas Friday. " i ' i Mr. Hanscom 'of the Sweetwater Grocery company was in the cityj u fcJ-X.A3. S5 3 V . .;.! ?wt v. tp '- ;. . .v.'v : "l . Buy sell rent and exchange both city and country property. I '.fIBuy and sell stock. Negotiate loans and. buy vendors Hen Uf'?.' 'fV.-i-.. t e . i it i i t t . - i notes ray.taxes tor non-resiaents. vaiuaoie ousiness ana residence property in Abilene for. sale 6n easy terms. -A large list of lands in Taylor arid other counties jh ioo to 6oooo acre tracts from 75 cents to $id.oo;per acre; ' - jsgOur aim i...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 April 1890

I ' ' r I) v - "" o w " . ...... ' 1 K ii si i i .iawMti?wat- KCRlOULTlJlte. w-4tU -uM 'Vtt Imh ftet. A writer In -the IVkas Kitrrrt rr pblintfa tlic following (jucstioiis s i If thS &Vtr.ijjt farmer raises i wheat cum bats mid cotton at a loss how long before the farmer Will be a millionaire? 2. When the officers oF the sugar mist rcetivx! from twehty-fivc to one hurty drcd thousand dollars each annually how long before ihcy will be Inmates of the county almshouse 1 3. If the Louisiana lottery 'scheme is a swindle and a -fraud and the cir- culars not fitted for the. M St mail how long would- it be "before stock grain and meat dealers and gamblers in futures will be elders and deacons in pur churches 1 4. If the railroads were chartered for the benefit of till' the people how long will it be befpre the officers will virtually own the railroads people and ftlll 5. If national banks get interest on the bonds they deposit with the gov- ernment and then get ninety per cent of the fa...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 April 1890

'TPWKI '1 X.?' Sf j W5?T!A5??'Sr7'? o 'Cf '?. 'jf J ' -" T'! " " '".' "Mi ? fel 1) 'SCIENTIFIC. rtwrtcgr Hardening. ?iArieyir French process piaster may Iks sufficiently hardened to oc useful for floors. A mixture tf Six pahs of good plaster with.rjhc part of frcshly-slakcd White Itmc is laid down as quickly as possi'blc and allowed to dry. It is tlferi thoroughly saturated 'with Bttlphate of iron or zinc the for- mcr giving the: stronger surface. With sulphate of zinc the Jioor remains . whiter whJ))c.UQh gixes artist color which becomes a beautiful mahogany bn applying linseed oil' boiled with litharge and is. made still more bril- liant bn adding a cbatj of copal var- nish. The Sun-Spot Minimum. In his last report the government meteorologist for India associates the periods of minimum sun-spots tn that .country with the largest and most ab- normal climatic variations. Ihe snow was exceptionally heavy in the north- west Himalyas for instance in the' winters of j866 1870 and 1877....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 April 1890

. i WIBBIMG JILLS Xenyen Stevenson. One of the happiest events which It hits liccn ourpleasure to chronicle was vivuruicu u v j.ui.is u-u vcuii;suuy. April ad when Mr. U. 'Ii. Kenyon of this city was wedded' to Miss lluntic Stephenson The ceremony was per formed at Inglcsidc the beautiful su- burban home of the bride's sister Mrs. Hany h Obcncliain the Rev. Dr. Toef pastor of the Commerce street Christian church officiating. At a o'clock of the wedding day a sumptu- ous luncheon was tendered the bridal party by Mrs. Obcncliain which was served in ten courses and the menu Included nil that could tempt the pal- ates of the most fastidious. The cere- mony which was very impressive was performed at 5 o'cldck Wednesday evening The groom iswll known fn finan- cia circles in this' state although he has only recently attained bis majority haying until January 'ist been assis- tant cashier of the National Bank ol Commerce of Dallas and now cash- ' ier of the Farmers and Merchants National Ba...

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