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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 May 1890

" ' n" " ' ' """ '" ' v:"' V '.A ..'! VOL. IX. " iy ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING MAY 23 1800. NO 31 a iOR3EMiiLE! Reporter. i 1 .. I - A'T . Highest of all in Leavening Power. Roml jSS33?$r ABSOLUTELY PURE FREIGHT MAN ON RATES. Gqperal Freight Agent HInton Spades Up a Few Facts. tf BIMPLY TALKS OUT LOUD. Stockholders Will Meet at FaraoasTo- Day. Several Things Looked for Trunk Line Matters-Annual Excursions General and Personal. ' Dallas News. - Mr. E. H. Hinton general freight agent of "the Texas & Pacific has been absent from the state on official business for sortie time past he re- y turned 16 his post of duty yester- day and was met by a News man. He was asked by the scribe if he had read the campaign" speech .of MK J. Sr Hogg candidate; for governor. ' Mr. Hinton said: "Yes but I will not undertake to review the speech. Mr. J3ogg deals in many places in general- ities that I will not undertake to notice land touches upon many subjects be--" longing to a different departmen...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 May 1890

. jui-VV ." .". s a. Jwt X' V k"I ! !-: V.1 lft 'J il lQ.j ill I. OXXOK BllllXOTfRYi Wtrt Bpttst-Stim1Ar nohoot 9:80 A. wt acr- lt Mil n. nil nlul BM p. mi; Trnycr meeting rety wed-ne-dar "night! ( ttet IBTWy TKMliotlUl. Boulh- rfiinrtnv school. 9:S0 n. m.r aervlcej At 11 n m. and H p in. J prayer" meeting' Terr wcunesuay evening ni h p jnr Mami-ton l'asior. . Chttreh of the HcftTcnly Heist Service on Sim- day At II a. m. ntntHiSOp. m excepting on tho second Sunday! wcdncwlay evenings at 8:80( Sunday school nt 0:30 n. m. Christian Church Sunday xohool At 0:30 iw in. ! Berries over? Sunday' at II n. tn and 8 p m.i prayer meeting' Wcilncwlny night at B.p m.j communion services lust after Sunday school on first and second Hundayt and just niter preach- logon third and fourth Sundays .. . . v O.A.FAntfc Pastor. Cumberland every. Bunday Presbyterian Church BcrVIcca inornlne and evenings Sundar school ntO:w a i. rd.; prayer-meeting Thursday D o. Iiowltt pastor. evening iter BE0RKX SO0IKTI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 May 1890

Iff o K . )' :lb &focK.V Soria ifoteaJ For e farm a fast walking: hbrse is far betWlhan a fast trotter. - Stabk mfprs should be. kefhyt and if of.i At' fhey shoilf bfi in sMpe to admit' of good draij&gc. t NpftxxJ' js .jbWr for Wbjk. . teams than pits dtijririi ill spring 4; $jr. mer irid they should be well sullied with therti. A little shelled corn placed in the i oats when fed will cause the horse to rporeHhoroughly chew them and bet- ter results will obtain than if fed clear. Always keep the best marc colts and breed in line that is1 breed them to the best horse to be had of the same breed as the colt's sire. In this Way you get a better and more profita- ble class of horses. 1 i '' live Stock Notes. . There is said tp baa large band. of wild horses by a thoroughbred known t04he stockmen as the "oii'tlaw stud!' ranging between Truckee Nevada. Co. and Peavine Nevada. Yeats ago the stud a fine racer escaped to the mountains and hrts since defied t Capture. By desperate rid...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 May 1890

l.V .'I' l( J" i- A- "- - - u 41 T"" T"1 fi ? MinM.) i al iiilftmi iMintii'iUimiwilJ.iHw 11 1 11 nL i' 11 1 ' ii.nl .iiniiiiiiitni . j " . . fl X' 'I t.j!.it.. . j ; FOR THE NEXT ... ' ' . M iMfl'k 4-""-M IMi 14 IH ' M I ii I il I . 1 I -1 V.' ' MM L H B lM Mi FIVE DAYS 100 pc. Satteens.no two patterns alike at 20oMotMM 25 pc. Satteens at 12 1-2 worth 20c :y 20 pc. Satteens 30 pc all-wool filling Challies at 15 worth 25c 250 vards of Surah Silks at 50c. worth 75c. 'w'&V 263 yards of China Silkg at 50c worth 75c We emote 45 inch Swiss Hemstiched Plouncinif &s follows: 5 pc. Hemstiched Flounce at $1.25 worth $;00 6 pc Hemstiched Flounce at $1.00 worth $1.50 j ' . - ' . . . . . - 6 pc. Hemstiched Flounce at 75c worth &1.25. Vandike Lae$ at 10 15 20 and 25b worth three times the money These are prices that && Rollins & Youn The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT ABILENE - - r TEXAS. FRIDAY MAY 231890 JOHN rHO$NY Si Editor. Office in Border Building on Second Street E...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 May 1890

iri5- WriT m -i J" V a - P. H. GAXTSK. CARTER & .andand-Loan Agents North J?irst Street REFER BY PERMISSION to all the Batiks of Abilene. 500000 ACRES 75 CENTS to $25.00 per acre. SPECIAL ATTENTION is called to the following which is all we have the space to describe. IMPBOVED LANDS. 480 ACRES. 8 1.2 miles northeast of AM- j Icrie tw6 houses and outhouses; fenced 90 acres in cultivation 240 acres tine larming land balance fine pasture an inexhaustible f' supply of fine well and spring water. ' A very choice' location for a fine stock farm. Price $10.00 pet; acre for 20 DAYS ONLY. 317 ACRES lomlles northeast of Abilene 1-2 mile to school and church fenced plenty of water 150 acres in cultivation two houses. ' 320 Av-KM iz miles souuicasi 01 ivnucoe fenced division fenceseo acres in cultivation all fine land 2 houses fine water in well and 1 Kprinc school and church in one mile. Price 2600 1-3 cosh and balance easy. is' 320 ACRES 3 miles southeast of Abilene Jill fenced with divis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 May 1890

?c-'lfj iiaiMar(Miiiiiiiii iim urn ' i limHWHIi'llnl Mill I r I .HM..r.i..ii...jl'A ffJ..tl.;-i. ..! : aw - 'J ffi I inin 1 1 i.s..tiill.'mw. ;..; WWf'U"!WJWfcM . ' - II ! "n . . Hv5r$4iEic2r"JIy'!r!3ri V'JW ' ' tf .i it i tt6nctLTURXL tsi CAW W. J. MAIfiri ADU11M On Grape Cwlture Delivered Jefdre tie Farmers' Institute Rt Santa Anna 'Jtexasi Mr. President Ladies ftnd Gentle inert s AS I have becrt Invited to de- liver an address on grape culture I hc-ftC you will allow trie the latitude sufficient to go back to the beginning of sacred history to show: that grape culture was one of the first branches of husbandry. Wc r"vd in Genesis xt 5: "And there was'' not a man to till the ground Anil the Lord God formed man of the dust pf thd earth" etc. 8th verse: "AndYiod planted a garden in the eastward in Edcnj" etc. 15th verses "And thcLord God took the man and put him in the garden to keep it and dress it." The word dress applies more to the grape than to any other branch of hor- ticultur...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 May 1890

Oil rV .-- . v i r "; "" y..1 I' iCO - St ii-' r '" -- ' '-'-' POULTRY i t. inn 1. 1 i ii if i i i ' - ;jpiy.ir4..''v 'r'V (jrowdi the hatching now. 'Poultry hatched In jtqweather .. do ittftnve wen. '. v;. Ktft. guineas under shelter till they mttvfeathcrcd. i(tmV&t sorghum seed is' a good . kwi&r. young poultry. KewHMhnt nre confined need plenty of kteH food. vtce breed rapidly In hot weather 'and care must be taken to keep them .'down. The water should be changed three or four times a day from now on. Change the feeding coops for the youngj)oultry every few days. Ily feeding the guineas in the poul- try house they can be trained .to roost and lay there. The rqo&ts should-haYe a jrvhpjgwjtH c'oroil afcliast once a week irt hot; jrijUher. ' Goose feathers should be kept Sep arate irom tneaucr ana ciiic.Kcn. leath- ers. They sell 'for the highest' pnee. Next monthiisa good time to maty ket voting .ducks. They should be fed! i ' in to a good condition . In sumftier one of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 May 1890

" " T Tr-- . .. - .JK.1 .!' . ' . JMWMfWIWPWP WWIH U ml Ml WHv II fi .. u ! w 1 tf-. " n iij f t i f . wAsxixsfbx. ".A' ..J etaW-rf.A' WasiUnoton May 19.TI10 Texas Relegation which is here on its way to New York to invite ex-President Cleve- land to attend the state fair went to the' house this morning to .witness Uic row fhat Was expected there It ' was thought that Cutchcon of Michi- gan who introduced the resolutions of censUrc on Bynum on Saturday would perhaps attempt tp correct the journal so as to leave out his remarks about Bynum's conduct towa'rd the speaker It was known that if he tried this there would be a bigger row than there was on Saturday last. Then again it was knowjt that Mr. Wilson of West Vir ginia would make a speech. He is one of the best talkers on the floor and much was expected of him. His word had been assailed as had that of Mr. Bynum but the latter had created such a diturbatlce that Mr. Wilson did not have an opportunity t6 respond. The galleries were f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 May 1890

f '' '"f.-'K f 5 . " ' .- .'f " - '- r . .it - t T ;;. . r i !?' "" T03 tec ABILENE TEXAS JTBEDAY MOENIMG MAY SO lSOO. t NO 93 sjgvrs 't.v '"'' " 'Yj ' ''jjfrs;vfw(nM')Tiy?jjiH;r f !.' y 1 Hi C HI . 111 i 111 111 i ii ' " ' " "" '" Abilene simWr IH .. IB . - i 1 B i - k ' I i I I H rvrLJr kJix l rLJK HsVsr ' H wl 1 H iB . l BI !J. " IP ."i."'v f- High Kf all In Leavcninf Power. Jfrml &&& 1 flHk ABSOLUTELY PURE VWflAT STIIAWGERB THINK Of Our Magnificent Display at the. Palace. Taylor county Texas" exhibit is the finest I have ever seen east west H -nttbfth'or sourh ; far ahead of anything he east can show up. 'SwPr E;W. .MURRAY $$m$' Alliance. Ohio. $F- This is the best exhibit of the kind from. Taylor county I. ever saw any- where. Harry Hunter Malvern Ark. . lam a practical miller and have ground wheat in England Illinois Mis- souri' and Texas and must say the -wheat is as fine as I have ever seen anywhere and the corn of Taylor county" is the finest I have.ey.er seen. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 May 1890

r"Wtrwi -tejWJEB3grjrirtfKAXaasr "1" H 4 Iftr- - nr wr j Jw HA. I .x .... anw.ni.. -II lm i.iq 1 ill'- 1 ' if..... .niiiij U ' it ' n " '' ' ' ' - " ' "' '" ' " ''"" i"" . V I I 111 1 1 ill III .' i tr . u!jOOjAl.Xj.. CXVXXBIXBT0XY J ' Flm Bhtilfit Stmdnr ichool 0:90 . m! Mf ' -rtee irt U a. m. and 8 too p. ta. prtyet meeting reqr Wednesday night Keihodlih South Sunrtay ichool 0:u ! rriOM at 11 . m and 8 1. m.i prayer meotlng witty wednciday evening at 8 p. m. Piutor. Church of IholToavenly Het SonJccs traSnn day at II a. m. atul R!! p. m. oiecnUnic on the second Sunday; Wctlncuday evening at St80 8anday(choolat:aei.m.. Christian Chnrch' Sunday school nl9!30 a. ta. artlc every Sunday at .11 a." n. and 8 p. m.j Iifrincct1iw Weich!y lRhlAt 8 p.. nut eowimlnlon crvlccJa after Simdar nchool on rat and rccond Sunday and Jtirt after prench- log on third and fourth Sunday. a.AiFAntm l'astor) 1. 1 Cumberland Presbyterian Church - service every annany morning nnu oTonumi au ehool at0:so a. n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 May 1890

i- ?: y BT' v it i T!tf. Pdyutnv; YmtiMl Toulky 7ilawi. Nothing Is moire dlsgtiWfajf fo the ulteref thkn k lien which eats tees. f& kit gtntrnWy cbncied the best pMfi. tt gut hf in the pot. nut one ke4 not always feet like doing this for thjehtrt iriay be valuabfe a Jxae-takcr d. choice specimen secured frohi v . some hotcd breeder's yard. Further- rnore there may be a number of heris .'-' drA-wlJolebrcedig-pen addfded to $ this miserable habit and to dispos6 of 4' them all by putting them in the pot f Would involve a Heavy loss.; so I shall ' ten you iow i urea nens oi mis naDic X simplv cut the upper part of the bill off a bit shorter than the lower part. It is the strong sharp horny part of . 1i( liMt'wIiirli rlnff' thi wnrlf Thr ;lqwer partis s6ftcrand by cutting the 3F upper part oacK considerably it De- come; sore and the bird doeg not feel disposed to pick very hard. Of course if a bird is not worth 'much and lsithe oBlyba6 in the flock wliicli cats .eggs itmight be best ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 May 1890

If - ;?.:'' .w.:HBi. -- W-. -v. o v. - .i-U- J .-- J-ftWw.y-Ai?rltWjftta1..T -wfrt. aJ- ""4 M cTi'tJuii'iiwmnf' l! " I! y -. .mJ.1 1'. 1 . . 1 J j ii... 'j . V '-M (i. I.;.;. . ;n'V . .'""'ir'a .miit-tt .in in .in fc.-.rfA.ii..fcfai..j.tu.ii. M.M.i..-ili...fr. i....tr. t.......-'--i.f --.-. -i- Ya""JLffcF- '"" . i.. -- -m...-- -- -r j--1rT- -yti-a .TinJ -Mn MMMMnMWirtMMllMi lli W'' -ii W I'Witt . nil 11111 inlipiiin tmmim i. I li i iriniyn.JI yh.iUii I.. mill I II in 1 1 ti1 iimi1ii I. I. ii ill t..i li miiii.n l .lull. il ii -1. 1 Special 1 '' .' ' 1 V tm'll folr tIo : I r I'-i i t"-. WUi UCJtXV MXCVV .... '! - . J . ' i. 4 c-Vi -:. a-1 "V .m i v 1 1 It r '& 1 J vj21 FIVE In ' .'- fit'; iki i 'V 100 pc. Satteensno two patterns alike at 0c wortii 40 l-.v i v p. 'f 4.( i '. j-w. .w-VM .www. . ...tf .. - t .-JnfaM- fc -i-.S U.w- -. sj WE OFFER Saiaoii U WW I H ' ' J f- I i ' ?$m jLJJt X 3-'f1; ".'- - ! ' '- ' "'' Saturday. Mav 31 H. :'.!HS-ft3k 6fif . -. '.; '-'';-' " !' ' '"' "?&...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 May 1890

m ? 5. V jT ?3aSv ' tifp ..'"' ljl..'" t. x. cAirm. CARTER & led and Loan Agents 1 . V ; North First Street Opposite Depot '$&ttXEn&Ei9 - r TEXAS. REFER BY PERMiSSIONgtoall the Banks of Abilene. 500060 ACRES 75 CENTS tooo per acre. .--riT?-'t A T A TTCMTIAM fr; or Jiir xi. vn is all we have the space to describe:' IMPROVED XAOTW. . 480 ACRES 8 12 miles northeast ofAbt- Jene two house and outhouses; fenced; 9p acres in cultivation 240 acres fine farming land)-' balance fine pasture an Inexhauttiblc supply.of fine well and spring water.. A'' very choice location for a fine stock farm. Price $10.00 per ncre for 20 DAYS ONLY. 3 1 7 ACRES 10 miles northeast of Abilene 12 mile to school and church -fenced plenty of water 150 acres in cultivation two houses. '' 2240 ACRES 6 mile? east of Abilene fenc- ed division fence eood soil grass and plenty of water; 90 acres! in cultivation g I - r-" " v rood house. Rrice $650 per acre 1-3 cash balace 1 2 3 and 4 years. &W & ACRES...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 May 1890

PP-.MPU I.I.I1IHIIJ.HI JI.IJ o f r rtnfiifin'-.rfiVy fiirfrnVr -t i U liji minus ''tiSWiHjis. iwSnStVTi P f 5 I 1 M -AO-i-4-4fiU. KCftfCULtimB. - hiImJI I HIM ri. ..twnA. . .11 II It I' . j- The walcfincjons appear to be di- vided ihtd two distinct classes one adapted to very hot localities and the other not able to hear well more than . a jmited degree of heat. Asa rale large melons bear large srieds and vice Versa but there Are exceptions. The most delicious melons generally r. speaking ate those with thin rinds and pink or deep red flesh. Such melons howevety do not bear tfa"nspoation wsllf .Large tong1i-nned melons of good quality which haVe the additional merit of carrying well and being good keepers arc now produced in large quantities in the southern states. We now produce a greater variety of large watermelons than eyer before some attaining to too pounds and over in favored seasons and localities. Formerly our melons were lone and oval in form and dark green ors'triped and ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 May 1890

('. ? &H iBWl A. BOLDDniS MJXHIY iu- .'k I Jong to be At the Utile's front Wliere die bullet fell llfce.kll Ami ftwhetl through the lokejtief sabre's stroke ' Swss like a fatal flail. liiiJ.V'.'rti'be reancd with the human eraln rcooih4tt bloomed In herbldfaee lA'ecliptlve'i narrow cage; i ; fp""u4IU "lu 'i"1""!; eiiwi Hiiuanc "far the conflict's stress and din for thd field of Mars with the blood-bought scars And the triumps of those who win t Vet I'd rather drown In the cannon's smoke DarK.waves from the war's red sea ' Than silently dwell In a prison ceil TO die like rotting trfce. 1 A JERSEY GROUNDHOG.. . i.n. ;; He Fooled a Tlok efCrowaVb'lET- A NJBWjYoifeifn'vmter-Mw aflo;V of crows fightings groundhog TJt. ammal mio' fi-iiltV.'H tAt In ltfW k Unlit. .......... nWr...B K . ... out goes theory the crows assaiia him oh eyery; Btde with sharp bealcs and claws The) progress of thegr0vJn&" nog. nomewarq was .consequently pain- iui aim siqw.j occasionally as flc wciu) ins eq...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 May 1890

nfWK'fPniiPniinpiap i "m r 'Hvitir'tP"&o - - x -? y-i-f j-trw. irfju. iiil. re-n.-TW . -.rmn.-j 8Lg!';iiiffliria!bg 1?0RT OF TKI COKDITIOM xtrotT oy thi cgiiiTioir gffiiggte 1 . .11 '-'' i 1 m. - 1 11 1 1 1 nu 111 .tliLiwIn r "L -'T t --'" ' J- -- ' l y i.-.ifc.-f.. v...i... -..J-r ..... T . r rilfmniii a umi-mmm-Mummm'''mm ir 11 " '''- '' ' 4 -11 - 1 ( -f i- -1- -' -tlis III -T ' -'- - 1 ' 1 '- 'l---7'1- -.I. J- -.J .... l....lJXg j. .. .. .... '.(.r .... I . 1 ..J .... .1' m.lllisl l- I I IMI.I.U HI j 1 i; I1 "t l. 1 M . UPOiTJf Mi oomwioir ' JrnL ! hmW w . m i m f mm x -- i La in v .;iff aW T HJ ' r SJ M mm toa :mwiM . bv .- m -m r h " w h h bv h m b m 1 m m r ur.L- k" wt M Pi '( !I. i:: n in tit i tk Vmm. asi MfcaU JUtlMUl IhkBk. rf AMla. t AWttt la tks Mtfam May 17 IMS. HESOURCK3. Ln and dioml. .......... .$69374 69 OfailrafU Scared ami unnctured - 342960 U. S. bonds to mwe clrcttMHOfi Due front approved reserve Brents Due from other rational banks Due from state bAhkn and ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 June 1890

1 T X. iJh iitu rtnkfciiM.iiiMi.pj. J.).. .iii.ii4iiit.ifaft-i -M-i.iiKn. K 1 1 1 riWh JUyUitHi )L.IX. ABIMSlfa TEXAS PREDJlT MOHMIKG JVKM 6 ItfO. NO. 8 JmkM.tliUrrtaM.wihi.liilB4ibHiiUilW4 ) itrntnltimi'. mill ABILENE .JilfcA .. i.J.ri. Vmmi.Hm4;Mi ii n. ml mhwitH i Mi.ru. n .i.mh fc.j nM nit. nitiJ Intmnin him . mm .fc . JvtirUK 1 JtLK I f.M f K? l -' tJfJwat Wall ia Leavcaing Power. IpI .2aS ABSOLUTE! PURE FORT WORTH'S FIRE tails of tke .Destruction of the Grwit Palace. Drull Xisfc of CJaiualtles One Kan'a Magnificent Heroism and Death. foRi1 WoRTlii'Tex. ifay 31. -Upon Sspotwherdyesterclay proud towers exultant with our country's' banners kissed the sky nothing remains but a few charred timbers and a sad heap of ashes Yesterday the homes of" our people were' filled with glad anthems' : of happiness; y honor of Ihe.fete; ""To- day from multitudes all over the broad ; land the devout thanks of a grateful people are turned to the. Creator for the miraculous escape of loved ones who...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 June 1890

4y ..4V MMWMMVj MHWVM( www. " " HjWHMifcUlfcMI. 4--iW-... - - 1-T s j- ii. ..f. i 0mwj&mmwmtmut r 1. -( iiiiiimiii(.i.iM I ti 11 1 1 1 iu.i 11 'i """" "..'" ' ' "'"1 '-"" .I'V.1!- J'U IL-. .4mw -i-i - - 4thitfc nailht Ljrflrir .-." n-.it.vi (ii m - S IT If . s fli.r.i jLjCiKjaJLj. OXVMtM 9)tJtiWI$tttTi fatal KYtlL-flittiitUV uplinnl.. OLW ft. illi! OCr- ......-... '..:... i.f. r"... u'i! i . i wnrwednoinmr nignt. J tisthodUi SdUlh Sunday icliool i trvfcwat 11 n m. ti 8 p. m j prr y.f ' mwjt WetinewlAy venlng ni 8 j. m. M 11 a. m. nun a:ao p. ro.i jimir mei-mi i fiMO H.in.1 pwjret meeting ltAXfTONt rnitor. . Church 6f ihallenVctily Rdit-Sertlcc on 8tm. dy m u '. m ntirt man p. m.( cxttlng on tho Moonil piimlnyt WalnuMtey evenings t H:30 imAa; tciiool 19:98 n. m. CHrtHlan Chdtoh-8uudny &00lnt9!aJn Hi.: MTflca CTOfr auniWT 4in. m.nmi o ! iu.i Kyer lacctlnK Wfednly night nt 8 p. ra. ooBiroiiiilcm ncrrlccs lint af tor Bnndny chool on Irat mul KrnnilMrniilftVU. mill lint Alter DtC...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 June 1890

.iii.w.1 i.i1i) ' 1 ! mmmmmmmmmmimYmmmmmiJammmmmm''mm'tit'i '" ' ' i. a wj&58l W "T LIVE STOCK. MlJMi tb not only Btirpmlri blitVety re ubte the number of young foals for warit of fcttfr. Ami k is diffi. jib rtttitl x sewtoanfce Of reMpn or mWm sens in the cartw of such 'Uw. A. breeder Will aMrkl timet 'jpfaotwy.ltnd care In having WMfJwaK; Dtea-j yqu oiten treat ner f ujeui Viniot cart all winter Jong; otU sccoqnt ' of literal she carried only to neglect A (t Vn ft-itiil mnmcnl. anil nllnw the rWl to perijih for the want of assis- tance during its first few hours (and often minutes) of its life it it pays to beed. a mare and carp for her for eleven months it certainly pays to give her still closer care and attention for a week or soi iust at foalitie time. Many If foals' come all right but are so weak ..they cannot get up and suck without assistance and if left to themselves. will often flounder around until exhaust-' d( and die In another case the -anxiety and nervousness Of t...

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 — 6 June 1890

WZM. B-'f -.. JL 'JC'V tf ' i '&. . "(1 1 "I"'"-' TM pilerie Reporter .' PUBLISHED AT FRIDAY JUNE 6 1890. JOHN IWEtfY JRt Editor. Oftce In Border Building on Second Street. Intend at the Abilene Tcim fotlofflco as HeSoiutClnM Mull MiUtcf. Sufactiptlo'n ItatM. Que year. .... ......... Six months... ....... ..... Three months. .. ..". $1.50 75 4 'i '" 40 HrtNOUNCETOENTS. FOR. ASSESSOR.. For assessor; An'dreW R.Moone. For assessor J. W. Christopher. For assessor H. H. Johnson. FOR OISTRtCTAND COUNTY CLERK. For district and county clerk D.J. for re-election. Red for siieriff;and collector Tor'sheHflarid'collector; J. V.' Cunningham fore-election. ' ' i. FOR. COUNTY JUDGE! . For county judge D.CHill. FOR CONSTABLE. For1 constable "Williams. ' precinct Np. J H. f.or Animal And ihde1lnspectqr.''j -si For animal and hide inspector; T. l Odom. For animal and hide inspector J. H. Ker- shaw. ' " t f FOR COUNTY TREASURER. .For cburity treasurer; Joe Humphreys. For county treasurer W. G. Swa...

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