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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 April 1890

1 I II I I Ml .1 I II I I . ti-ii m i I uti 1 mil ii m i.i 0 t i Iiii.ii HilinKi ..miH. i I 1 i i i i I i m mi til iw . ! m ill Reporter. A y (i v Mr VOL. IX. ABILBNE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING AJPRTL 18 1800. NO. 16 1 -I . . Abilene X 1 JLJlL ? i ' t l-rf.lM &" tiff. SsfiV S w i 'AKIN6 i . uiminrD 'VB " . !feL Vr.".TT" .&-- Muauiuitsiv r-urn Thl oowdcr llGVCr varies. A marvnl of Tiiirltv 'Strength mid ivholesomencss. Mora economlcn than tlm ofdlrinrv kinds and cannot bn sold In '4 weight alum or phosphate powders Splif only II Iftnmnntltlmi tffltl thrt tnl.ltltt.tla ft lHtwt loali am. ui cans. aioTAi. uakino 1'Owdct uo.. 100 Woll Btreet. Now York. Wheat advanced 16 cents per bushel the past few days. r There is work for every man on the progressive committee .and it is work too that must be done. The estimates of cotton shipments 'he from Abilene this fall are placed at from ?oooo to 15000 bales. Artesian water for Abilene will bring many small factories and small manu- facturing...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 April 1890

TW."rSi V it a ; CP )' . (i V tt i a 4 l- mimdiimmmmmmtmmmmi 4. 4. - . '..i .. b-A- tJ.m T jawj- r"J KM ! i -t --w--(r- fcJ M hJt Si" 1 1.' ! ' sf . v '":" OIVMX BIXWJTOKY. IHtti lJitUt6iui(!nVclioo1T)!S0 ft. in.tjk!"-' rteet M it a to. ami fl:30 i: m.( prnjrcr meeting wy YV'cUntsdny night. -.;r in Wrthxlli Soulli --Sunday school 00 ft. m.l ' fTlcet Jl n m. Anil Ham prayer lucctlng very W'cdncucliiy evening at 8 p. m. .. HAMPTON 1'Mtor. Church Of iho Heavenly Itctt Services on Sun- day M 11 a. m.' nml H:30 p. m McepUiiR on the Aecond Sunday; Wednendsy ovenum ai 8:80$ Sunday school nt OtSO.o. m ChriiUnn Chrcb--SnnilftirchoolM0:30n. rt.: nervlcs every Snndny nt 11 it m. nml 8 p. m. --m-ror mcctmft Wednesday jimht nt 8 r. m.S eowmmiloii wrvlcen JutnticriBmldnrclioololi wit and second iniunyii nml Just after preach- 'tfif on luira nua loimn aunuays. .0. A. FAmn ' l'nstor. Church Services . Otitnlicrtnnd l'resbylcrlan every Sunday. lnoriiliioc nml ovonlm: Sunday school nt0:30 n. jn.5 prn...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 April 1890

M9 'V.W -;'! u II nBtff!rrtfi n h t.. (m77JF$WWf V v'4 THIIYIMO. Tlw JTefiamiB Working! of the HW . Tariff 1111 Under ' Oenldenition. '.VAfcfciKbTON 13. C.At)ril 2 x8$o. r4tB!Ah StR The new tariff bill pro -V$es for a taof one-fourth of one per' cent a pound fqr sulphuric acid Which Is $5 rt ton or $2.50 a ton on ' every t6n 0 dissolved S.C. And dis- solved bone iised by tltcfajmers of the lariV .'.; As 2tdb6fioit tons are Used it means a'tlircct steal from the farmers of the whole- doiiritry of over $5000000 a .Mrv La Follett and Mr. Gear have itood bv voUr interest farmers Indorse V .thefr action and telenranh Mr. McKin-. (..Vleyand other members of the com- . mittec to stop tins outrage Acid is now free. There js ho revanue needed. There is little acid imported. Tliem'nhfnrtlii'ots arc fnnkinrr'mnnpv. I'U -y rk tne 'armers of $4'oooooo a jv iu uijiwill ivflkjr Ul lllljr xuailltlv.iui ; -ers and about 1000 workingmen who ' yrill receive no better wages? There is danger in this rob...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 April 1890

w? V"l ;i m i ! I n 1 'ft i J J I 1 L M ? The Abilene 'Reporter MJiLlfMED AT JJIILMnB - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY APRIL i8 1890. JOffN IWENY JR Editdr. Office fa liordcr Ilulldlng on Second Street. I Entered nt Iho Abilene Txn Poilofflco ns Hccond Clnm Moll Mutter. -- BufcwrlpUoa XatM. Oae year Sfc months.. Three months. 75 . 40 Laredo's boom is going to prices. Houston and Galveston ard boom- Fort Worth is to have a $100000 brewery. Dallas has secured another large cotton mill. The late rains add much to our bright prospects. Our new settlers are ''delighted with the Abilene cduntry. The Texas press association meets in Houston May 6th. The district fair must not be over- looked in these busy times. San Antonio is waking up and pro- poses to do something now. From all over the state comes re- ' 1 ports of good crop prospects. ) Prospectors continue to pour in and invest in Abilene country dirt. Abilene has no boom but she keeps right on growing just the same. The rains have been general an...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 April 1890

taHHr' rti ; !l."v .-" ."". ' ! ' ""UJTWif ' ' " v ' vr ". ' ( II Va -nirB' I : i! i i '& I -. s lit "I m - tsiif '? tw" 1 W. J.t!-S' Slip''- - by".. 1 a" I Utvl'-. 1j 'I' ;i. OAXTWU GARTER fond and Loan Agents J Sflm? '""' ' North First Street Opposite Depot jkHf' "Wm: i '. - M0BTJJBnTE9 &.!'!. Rtiv rpII. rpnt nnrl pxrhnnrrp. M; iBuy and sell stock. Negotiate loans and buy vendors lien 5notes. ray taxes. tor non-residents. valuable business and fresidence property in Abilene : . A large list of lands in Taylor and pher counties in ipo to v 6ooocacre tracts from 75 cents to 16.00 per acre. i - .' uur aim is to do a - . air Spare Legitimate Business That will be mutually beneficial to buyer and Seller. . V A. residence .of THIRTY 'YEARS IN TEXAS AND TEN YEARS IN ABILENE. ". .enables us to serve both to .lwhether you wish to buy; or sell. .v.7S&:t-. 'A' '-TT- "T"- " ' I 1 J V.S' 't. jl. 1 .i i..i cr jc.v ?S. VfMf which we areefiveh exclusive piteFER BY PERMISSION TO .Abile...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 April 1890

TpppSfRS aUOWiW&SJLJ yfjMi!iiiWiiyiiiiiill'..;'iiir .i.iw i. ... tf ii It ft r- f t IBS I i $ i KGftlCUjLTUItE. i Tk Tranoh System for Sweet fceU. tee. Itfbst Of ttic grenr; Irish potato j)rizt crops that we read al)0ut were raised byr what k known as the "trench sys- ttmP It fs doubtless a very good system for that cropland we through ten years of experience have found it equally as welt adapted to sWcet pota- toes. For all open and well drained lands such for instance as tho light post-oak lands of Texas where the ttwect potato attains to its highest per 'fection the trench system has in our opinion many advantages over any I -other that could be resorted to. Our plan for trenching for the sweet potato consists in plowing out a trench whdre the potato row is to be by run- ning to and fro will) a turn pW until we Jiave worked down to the ilepth of ten -or twelve inches. . In the trench so' made we place our' manure ihve are to use any after we level the soil back first having p...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 April 1890

'ffWCtv;; r.. . KfH )KV"?? ; iT ' "7't s ? l) a -. ' r Ta'? - - IV l-C- Id IV POULTRY Poultry IfetM. . Rats minks arid hawks arc destruc tive tb ydtwiK poultry " K&p&tf a good variety -f .poultry will be fecund iltb hlost profitable. i(3erierally old fowls ( are the best ftfirfccaVrs because their chicks are .'stronger and more easily reared ' ' T1A nnt- iinnirhikn to hfoptl inn . Marly kinds Of fowls at the same time. "- ?llicns of all kinds that can be. de i ? pehdedupon to lay are those that are ..jaeimer Hungry iiur uu. k '; If sold by Weight fowls should be ': fed all thev will eat ur clean for ten I'yjdays to two weeks before marketing. I. vVThe. advantage o.f setting two hens at otic timoi9 that if .the hatch is poor '.aliijchickens can be given to one l&h find the. other one be set to work again.-'' ' ' The advantage of a stimulant is in therdticasidhai'using. Too much of it is a detriment rather than a benefit.. Never' set or.seiid.to market dirty' ' eggSi Wash ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 April 1890

"-' I. flRWWMfY?$ mwami ' ' "a.iaiiaa".l-l.!:iii:j.'t."!.i:iTri;ili.jj.v ..'.".'JW-'n fflijimfapw fH'i ; ' S. ' 'il If. v a. i II I i jf.ii ii.Hr v-i OAIJ.ID tO HIM MWA11D. Hmn.l J. Btafcll the Grtwifuu DBertie tatean Taxes Away. WASHINGTON April . It Was sd and touching scene at the Randall residence on capital hill when Congress man Samuel J Randall expired this morning just as Ihe bells of the neigh boring churches .were tolling five o'clock. Around the bedside were fathered the family the physician and ostmastcr Gcheral Wannanfakcr who had all. kept watch over the dying man during the night. A few moments before his death he opened his eyes and looked tenderly at his wife who knelt over him said in a loW voice "mother" a word instinct with all the fondness of the recollections of their long and happy married life and by which he always called his wife when none but.the family Were near. He looked into her eyes as if he was about to say something more but he seemed to have no str...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 25 April 1890

r7TVflr v V 'w''fTlT!'ft"W voi. jx ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING APKIL 86 1890. HO. 17 : n ' ' - -y ' ' . .... I i. I... .... ... ...... . . . . The Abilene Reporter. POWDER Absolutely Pure ISSkA'J Tim riowder Hover vnrles. ngtf A mftrvel of nlirltv and wholesomencng. Mora economics an tho ordinnry kinds and cnnnpt bo sold In n ana wnoice inns DCtttlon with tho multltlido of low test short 7'YjMi?lB C"- weight nlum or phosphate powders. Bold only HOTAU UAKINO i'OWDEn VO.. 100 Wall 8trect. Now York. GLORIOUS RAINS. The Abilene Country is Again Blessed With Fine Showers. Hfine Inches is tKe Amount Becordod - by the. Signal .Service Bureau. There can no longer be any doubt but that the great Abilene country is favored arid watched over by Provi- dence. Everything that1 her people take' hold of prospers and each day brings' new evidence that .this is destined to be the grandest and most prosperous section in all the. Union. For the past few days glorious rains have been general throughou...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 25 April 1890

o vr larfcqfcdl lTiJoSI Mia i.ii .inititw 1 1 1 JjQCiSiLj OM9X0X BIRKOTOXY .frlttl ttntitUt Sunday school Ot! ft. In; cr- YtftCD At.ll n. mi'Alul R:3Q if. m.t ptnyet meeting1 every Wednesday night. tfetuodUl South Sunday school 0:30 ft. m.t itervlcp at 11 ft. w. nft 8 1. in.; prayer meeting oyorr Wednesday ovcnlna at Bp. in. ItArrtx Pastor. Church of tho HtnVPilly Ileal services on 8nn day ht II ft m. nml fl!TO p. m excoDtlnit on. Ilio itcond Sundays Wcdiitwlay ovOiifngs nt 8:S0J Hunday nctiool nt 0:.io it. m Christian Church Smidny school nt 0:90 ahu. BCrvlr ovcry Sunday nt 11 n. m. una 8 p. m.; prayer meeting WiMliiCMlnjr night M 8 p. ro.j communion ncrvicMJimtnftcr Humlny school on first nnil wson(18nnJnvisiHiaiitt after preach lag on ihlnl artd fourth Sunday. . (l.A.FAnts l'astor. Cumberland Prcchytcrjan Church Services every Suriilny morning nnd evening: Sunday aehc-ol ntOSJO a. m.? prnVcr-moctlnff Thursday evening. Iior. n 0. IJewitt jntor. 8E0RXT J00ITIES Abllcno Chapter No. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 25 April 1890

!' ' -f'y'-"wwr-'o'2im"':sf"'l ue " t0ii: I1 Fw ym I cts iWlm I: iflgij Wn.'i 4htoj '81 HotfsehoLa Dinhw. The art of suectssfuf dirtttcr giving M'p little Understood nnd is such a tiitg-bCAc to young housekeepers who j)t)rccialc tlie obligation ttlid the re spohsihility that it may be that some JiitiU deduced from what Mr. Gebrnc W Qhildslias to say mighubc of . service to host and guest. Erom con . vcr6auuns nau wuu ivir. v.uuus ivuusu t' M08ptllty is far famed) and published ; in Good Housekeeping the following '. Oawiiv.of. dinher 5ttiiu6tte arc selected. : Everytdirection rfftiy fib'f be available in this locality but the laws governing .'social intercourse Unlike those of( the . j'Mces nnd Persians are flexible and . ; any intelligent person will readily under- ' stand tlicir proper application. There nre evident rt'asohs why In- ; ' ' 'vitiations to a dinner party should be accepted or declined if possible on theWery day they are received as this whTcriable the host to invite ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 25 April 1890

i k U l rty.i t fcm 'j t J hl ifc-4i ii 'In-' ..... .... ..v.j.. .JjJ1f.r-j. J....T.l..yJ.J... ..a-a.-.-.....1 Jj.n1. v.J...J.4.-...Jj-l.y .....fy .......ft-.. -Lh.lip.. . ..- ... tM.. . .f...fl...J.. -' -.-J-1 t ' wiMMMMWibM i44mt ... Ut$ . . i. ki .. .Utoai VA infmi.f4tkUMihf !l "the Abilene Reporter. 1 EAGLE $ W)SUfcHEDAT ABHilCH - - - TEXAS FRIDAY APRIL 35 1890. JOHN JfOENY J? Editor. OMce In Uonler Htillillng on SeiSofol Street. Kittered At U16 Abllond Te ronlftfflco m Hccond-Cliwi Mali Matter. Subiciiptlaa JUtet. One year........ .............. $S &c months ........... 75 Three month. . ........... ........ 40 rjcr u COTTON PLANTER! i 1 14 Build an elevator before the grain is threshed. V The Georgetown Sun has entered upon its fourteenth volume. The Terrell Register is much im- proved since it discarded the patent. The grain elevator is just the thing for the farmer and the merchant. . Three hundred dollare per day for brick is pretty good for a city like Abi- lene and. s...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 25 April 1890

r. if i. Xs tifek 3wlr :Mj: ."?. I lA-ik-' !u. ..V a' '& m I iV'W M tmr 1:.-. - V T. Carter land and Loan agents Jit mr North First Street Opposite i)ep6tf wjsjaavv.w i' .WJS4;.W A ti 1 1 ' 1 '..'tit iii 'an'ii.Tii ! 'i 1-1 : xi1 w : iWi. Jf .i 1 1 1 ii 11 i.i 111 1 i -1 "i'.M '.f;t :':Buyj ; sell rent and exchange both city and country property. '.-.HBuy1-and sell stock. Negotiate loans and buy vendors lien V (notes. Pay taxes for non-residents. Valuable business and t v- residence property in Abilene A large list oHands in. Taylor and other counties in 106 to 60000 acre tracts from 75 cents Our aim is to do a Wfe ISM ' . T . 1 S(JmlepimMeiiisiness liat will be mutually beneficial to buyer and seller. A residence "of-THIRTY TEN .YEARS IN ABILENE AND TAYLOR COUNTY enables us( to serve both .to ' advantage. Gall -and see us Avhether you wishto buy or selh -: ;V off which we are given exclusive ' JREF.ER m PERMISSION TO A Abilene National Bank tf The First National Bank Abilene Te...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 25 April 1890

iiim-v"if. VM &r frttrtMrM ?- - . & i i h l l..ili.)lV.JJ..ln.Tlf .4.J-dA- -i.i I I Ml 1 ' " '"f HAKE Wl Il'i1 frf . COtB IN TK)tASARM ANP RANCH. WliiU ln tetter of (lie orrranie taw ff (he land has bfifen generally observe d its spirit and jntent have been scl iVnaUEIU. Ktl laiCi VIUIUUU113 01 me ntent and spirit of the national cdnsti- uttoo lmVc been so freoucnt and so jMagrant that the people have become i Incensed to an extent uoraennc on rc yolutfon or rather rebellion against the ixisting power. k Here arc some of tbc things against 'which complaintfl arc oftcnestmade ! The sacred right of franchise has lost Its value since instead of his bal- lot being an expression of his senti- riieiits it is ofttiner but the expression Of "the voter's choice between" two evils. The right of representation is cur. tailed by precedents and rules that render a newly-elected member of congress a mere silent ngure-ncaa while the older members shape and f control all legislation. Priori...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 25 April 1890

II I " ipttMiifttWWlifrTiMi"'''K"- THE DXIRY. - "'" -1 '"" Qroand From t)w Mill of Ixpriehe. Never neglect the care of ydur churrt Slight ricgligencc in this direc tion' My cost yoti the jiticd of many a firkiri ol butter We kticw of jtcrisc two years ago where a practical man was sent to take charge of a treamcry that had. bidly fun down the season before. The new Irian said that about the firs.t thinghe tackled was the churn and after a cursory glance at its interior' lie was horrified to discover the seams black with filth. The remaining Utensils wcrctn a similar condition and the ejeamtner atoned jumped to the the natural conclusion that all that was required to again place that butter factory in a paying and repTttable don dition was the exercise of-pure simple Cleanliness. This may be an extreme case but it certainly is a. truthful one and forcibly illustrates' that dirt Is no respecter of places. After a churn has been some time1 out of Use'lt should be thorough- ly scoured w...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 25 April 1890

i ti o - ! l-b. . i. fr. f "- - ("f -." i-- -' .iutii mrl.il.fc & PHILLIPS rHitaj ' rrA . 'i t ft; cof Wholesale and Retail' Dealers in While taw sink m me isr I A .. Il $U .. i ysttv"3 !unnugn intent a W.il ! Itffi -v Ikftirpnsci Corner Pine and. North Second Streets fVoluiiO: r- kisiin 'c'' Her ABI TSTTri TESXZfcLJS- winch Tlie. last its (tot belt! tf f) '"'" '! " ' ' ; j "" " 1 1 1 'i i i r 1 ' i ii i i hi ' - - .... . i -i i T " h'---n '" i"MMM I miiiJi m. u r urn ii.aal.n.nr i n i ...i w n. . 1 . ....-.. ..;i r ...i . .. T . ' .. -. . n CAMERON WAGONS AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS "i . vv . r ' . - ... . . - . -i -i-n ii - r n-i iriiriiliiiiiiiiMimir - .-----.. il-.-.'t....i.J'.ljl..j liiuj '' '" "' " '-i'i''ifetol " " A i j yt. H . . 77 r r ' " ' ' ' :' V. " M mci)is ' . . lv-:"" .. . '' m of Urn Scvils. t Th tailed rendei fcw i s liBT .1 HEX! B tV. MJA...Afc.L 1III. F" . . H m ' ' stl ironn mr MKUii M 1 M ... mmt '. nine . . uii- & a n IB 1 rort .-. ...----- tok. '- '" H' k...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 May 1890

j?S;iMT7''.i(v'(t "ywrpyc """iff 'vitx'"IF"'?sf-ft . PW ' ''" ' ( " -.t..-t. - ? .- . ... i. . itf . ... v.r lhl .. n . . . .. r t - -1 r f ' - - -i - -! r-r 1 i i. 1 1 in. REPORTER. X rlrL iL J3 1 Li JtLiN IS U ! r vol. ix. - t.-n. il. v ac Absolutely Pure. Ptiltf 4npyTjri m AAk'kfktAB A m - t a4bIh than tbe ordinary kinds and cannot bo sold In weight alum or phosphate powders. Sola only In cans. ItorAi. IUkino Powocn Co.. 100 Wall Street. Now York. A' vestibule train on the Chesapeake and Ohio road' dashed down a heavy Jgrade at Staunton Va. Tuesday with Frighful' velocity. The.air-bralces ftre- fdsed to work and a. sleeper. contain- ing the Pearl of Pekin opera company . :...... : . . . t P0YA1 POWDER gt was nuriea tnrougn the tront ot a dhck depot. Miss Myrtle 'Knox was horribly mutilated and. killed instantly "and six other persons received serious injuries. ' . . The Jefferson Jimplecute.turns up its nose in disgust and discourses thusly ; "All this "hune.fugling" fq. Mr.. J. ...

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

.ii Mi ni'i'i'i ;.co- While .f the la d its w UWUgl nteittat uiton lagrant inccnset volution iksting Herd Winch I The Most US' d lot bcin Ilmehts l!of tho u JL-J U wL JLj 0X8K BIRKOTOXTJ i ii rtft feattls( SuhdftJ school 0:80 a m' c- Tei m n a. nvntiii 8:3B p. k.; prayer meeting wwy' Wednesday night. McthodUt 8outlt-Hunria? school B:S0 ft. m.( MtYlcs t 11 ft. m. ami 8 p. m.'t pfayer meeting rery Wednesday evening at Bp.ln. lUNi-rort; Pastor. . Church of! Clio Heavenly Aftst Services on Snn 4ay at 11 ft. m. anil R:.1Q p. m. excepting on the second Sundays. Wednesday evenings at 8:30; Sunday school at o:sa ft..ra. Christian Church Sunday school atOOa. m.i eerrica every Sunday at 11 n. nvand B p. tn.' prayer meeting Wednesdny night at 6 p. m.j communion services just alter Sunday school on flrsi and second Hitnuays. and Just after preach- lB(on thltd and fourth Sundays. a.A.FAms l'astor. Cumberland Presbyterian Church Services every Sunday morning and evening! Sunday school at0!9O a. m...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 May 1890

' II fcl i fwrr i H "J-ipWV wsr lllUB s0CK? UllL. LtiHf 1 0Wer. ' "What is the one thing above alt others that a speedy colt should have and without which he is and will ever be worthless 1 "Good legs good feet a strong back an open gait a fine temper a desire to go? - AH these things are good for a speedy colt to have but not one of them is the cliiefcst thing. There is oneMbthef thing he needs and so vital ly important is It that unless he has it all the others are of no account. "What is it? "Lungs ! "In the first place he needs large lungs the larger the bellows the stronger the blast. Then the lung substance should be of fine quality elastic and touglr; able to bear the pressure of fullest inflation and the shock of a sudden collapse without pain or hurt When on some muggy day while the close air is5 almost devoid of oxygen he comes struggling up the home stretch with the pressure of voice and whip upon him and his val at his shoulder. "Bone structure never won such a raceimusc...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 May 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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