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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 July 1890

."V 1 ;t . Fashion WotM. The genuine Wfts 8i'8 avc made neaAnaoh. dresses With a ayokq artd'euffii of heavy open gripure lace and touches here and there or velvet ' P $?"' Lawns organdies and French . baliites arts made up over silk which matches the color of the flower promi- nent n the lawn and trimmed with Mcchhn or Valencennes lace An original dresss is a dark but bright blue muslin printed all bver witli natural sized margurite and made up over a yellow silk foundation which- assert itselH the bodice and skirt are all in one 5 the bodice fastens as many of the new1 bodices do now at the back. Round the skirt is a flounce of the muslin edged with the black lace. There are an infinity of runners at the waist and long' pen- dants Of black ribbon velvet hang from the shoulder of the high sieves fas- tened with ordinary motherof-pearl buttons at the Wrist the bows stand up well on the shoulders and there arc loops of cord ort the Waist. A new wedding dress is made' of peau de cygne ...

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

n '.' :V- o I' KI $ I' IkX i't i : ' I Vi Si . ?r. I.1:. C- ': k s c- & i AC &' X . . J- IE' f-."nB i IV ; I" JO S' I Si K I?. In1 If I' IF' n r -i IL-. 11 . m 'TM Abilenq Reporter 'ii'iuii' '"' '!'"."' ; ll'l ; ''' '. '' '"';' PUiUsHfeD. AT ABILBND -- - TEXAS FRIDAY JULY ii 1890. JOHtfJWmY JX. EctitoK 0ce In Bonier Building on Second Street. lateral At tlie AWictio. Texan Jostoince m liecond-ClMs Mall Mnttcr. SflfetMlptlOfl fefttM. 0e yenr ..... .......i........$i5 Six Months.... ..' 75 Three months... ... 40 ANNOUNCEMENTS. .' 1 1 'I t ' ' FOR ASSESSOR. For assessor Andrew Ri Moone. For assessor j. V. Christopher; For assessor H. II. Johnson. FOR DISTRICT AND COUNTY CLF.R. For disUlct and County .clerlq ;D. J. Red for re-election. ' ' FdR SHERIFF AD'COtXECTOR: For sherftand collector; J. V. Cunningham fo re-election. l" FOR COUNTY ?JUDCE. For county judge D. G.Hill. couAty judge re-election H.' A. 1'of ter. Forcoi FOR C0NSTA11LE. For constable precinct b.- I J. H. Williams....

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

ryi RWWI " ! rn Ww 'Ih'fv "( cr. ft O . A OAHTfilt CARTER & CARTER Land and loan Agents ( North First Street Opposite Depot BILZEDSTE! . - - TEXAS. . SPECIAL ATTENTION is called to the following list of LANDS which We will take pleasure in showing. 'PROS- PECTORS or PURCHASER.' IMPHOVED LANDS t4$o ACRES 8 1-2 miles northeast of AbU 'Itne two houses nnd outhouses; fenced 2 division fences 00 acres in' cultivation 3G0 acres fine farming land balance fine pas- ture an inexhaustible supply of fine well and spring water. A very choice location for - "-Jjne Hock farm. Price $12.50 per acre 1-2 cash. 317 ACRES 10 miles northeast of Abilene gj 1-2 mile to school nnd church fenced divis- ion fence plenty of Water fine grass 150 acres in cultivation two houses. 2240 ACRES. 6 miles east of Abilene fenc ll ed division fence good soil grass and plenty 'jyjr of water 90 acres In cultivation 2-3 good 'jAb frtrmlnrt lll MAn. l.n..t f A A . . II' .u.i.tin lauu uuu uuuc 01 4 rooms rnce 0.50 per a...

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

SS3 mmm""u ...l .. .... .aus. Ufai. -.?- wi;"i"rtuBBMow - "7fr '(T m'f 1 f-H.-fU r It W v . i .' .. I A (0 IE I W ' 1 y m I? V- xdftfCULTUJtfe 1A itHnrjTn 1. 11 r 1 .' b - - ' iij i"i T m4 i ''. 53 farm HlMr . Feed puis tlib most flesh on young .uboitcs. Keep pccs .of chalk where young snimals c.Vu lick (hem The shelter that shuts out both pure and cold air is not n profitable structure. JGvfcry animal must speak for itself and only its' pedigree can spiak' for its offspring . The value of pcdfg.'ee is not in its voucmng lor anccsiry uui-in us vouch ing foroflspring. .Tftic coming farmer will trust less in his eve and more to foot rules and pound weights .Rust and rot dp more for the im nlcment maker in winter than wear and tear do in- summer". The secret of large yields always arid everywhere are rich soil good seed and thorough tillage. The farmer' who makes his own pork and beef puts another bond on health and pays himself for so doing. In making men out of boys and Women out of ...

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

w 'j.flirrsm -' it ? ; t hiiiIh.i mi I! I m i feo; after JI H& but bick& and mortal tiWrc grieving after. There?)! be al! tlve nofe.roUtM to love. d cart for ymi wtiin ybu dome' testis ajiHs right gla will be dvgryotfe to kto graklfalhr's ctiatr irt our chimney corner" "Aye and grandfather in It"" echticd yotjhg Ben. "Only let Mr. Oakley say One word abqttt the 'house' in 'my hearintc.and I'i let him fcnbw'tjreUy' quick that we'arch't ail made of such stuff as lie." "Hsh liush Ben"-answered the whUlv4ired old ftiaui laying a trcm- bh'hg hand on the. boys shoulder. "Thee must not sneak so. The vmincr 'sfttiire meant no harm and maybe he thought like me that thy mother had enough depending on her already. God Knows us nine 1 ever tnougut to ue a -burden to you all in my old age.' ' lkNot a burden father answered the widowed daughter the tears standing i m her eyes as she kissed the withered. face. "You must never mv that. "There isn't (one t my children but woum iniiiK ft a pl...

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

ie. i . i lie . - y. '''A 4( n- i? i t? f. r t ' " . - .. - . ; - r - j1 rr-'j "I I'lfir 1 ' ' I WlJ .n.l. . H -...... i. 1'lj.) i . f. I .. .mill 1.1 1 " 'Hi '.LI ml I .' H m .m. I - """". ...' ""ZZZ r1" "" ' if " " ' "" -. ... ?.. ..y.r '.v li-it " .'iHi .TTT- .. ... ..... Y - .. . ... .l. ..... --.... ..j...- . . -r .i.l ... . tl in .- 1-1-im ijnn .' .1 ..... .... 1. 1 i 1. . . . . I ... 11 n..n 1 1 . . 1 1 m I n.i .11--1 1 11 I"' ' Hi' I . Vj I ; i il . - L . ' . . . .... d MMBBHWI1 'jAI HARVEST I mill v ij k? 1 1 v-'!". r .'' II. $K -: le Result is toy Gratifying Considering the Season -:-! ' "'. ';'':ff.' .'vV.f-'V '". ."'.'' !VyVti'''"'Wt-V-.');0'';v'Ii ' .' ' ' " ' - f i NQW IS rriXTTji TTMTil To Prepare for the Next Season by Procuring tfie best t.;t''n -;." - v.ws 1 . ; J A J " " . H j ' . 1 On Earth. The new LIMBER TONGUE . ' l KA.' H BUCKEYE MJ- J J M.M. MIA M. Mil a ' Positively the lightest . draft best feed and latest improved on thf mi ket. A glance at the Brill will...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 July 1890

' ";;jffo "."5 'v--.f-.. -. i$r&vt-' d . . ' j-- i w VOIi. IX. ABIUDNB TEXAS FRIDAY MORHIHG JULY IS 1800. NO. 29 W.h..ihllM.MM1 lllMlllttM.lrii.). ..Mj..hfc.ll.li.lt.MI.W Reporter mii.ii.. r.n ' '-iiii'n " - i j-tj -.-r- i -- ..........-.- T . . . . . .. fl ...... . 1 . . . I.. .. Ill l ll.T-l.il.Wl. lll ...I. . tf ...WW. WHWMM..M Wl IliM.l .!. . .. I...I.J. I . A RTT PlMR - - '' ' ' ' -' X MfcJlL & l High of all in Leavepuis; Power. v w5. a. ''' '9BBWkjsstt I 1 WBLJ iflL I 1 M a22 ABSOLUTELY PURE DOINGS Of THE NORMAL. Jtepsrted by Hiss Neva Taylor. DAILY PROGRAM. The' Abilene JNbrmal began its.wbrk at1 the usual hour1. The morning 'program was" much shorter than 'usual because of the non- i appearance.of some of the performers. Mr. Fannin's report of the current events' of the daywas very interest-' The most important items that called forth some discussion was the Chinese Question and the Louisiana Lo'ttery. The latter- I believe was hnally settled but the. tormer alter a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 July 1890

i.f ":""'' IRSSw In? ifc.-. ri . mu;.T retail. 'J .' p-:. t-iv tea? 0 i m-! w m. SKl-7. iR siril m mi 11 IM it' IR' & 4:" JL-I J WA) JLJo aroxex BtxaexofcY. Mm BApilMSnmlr Imtiftol. 0:J ml ftr-j Wcdnctilny nlgliU ifohodht. Sooth SitnAny pchool 0:80 n. m. j rvtow At J 1 n. m. nnct 8 p.m.! ptAfcr meeting etwr.Wetliieeilnjr evening' nt 8 p. iu.. ' llAHrroK rtof' Churth of tlio Heavenly Bcsf Service onSiin- dvatUR.mj iMHlHssap. rdU'exeeiitlngon the iweond ButMnyl wcanctday evtinfiigt ni 8130? m4r chol nt 9 !99 ft. m CfcrirtlAn OKUrcl feutttUy nciibot At g :) a. m. t mciie; overy Sunday at 11 m. And 8 . nt.t prayer mcctW Wednedr nlgUl At H p. X&.X communion services JiWftf tot 8umlATchool on 8rrt and second BumlAya. And Jnt nftor prcAch t) tag ou third nnd fourth Sunday. . G.A.F.m l'oator. CHmbcrlAnd PrcibylcrlAn fchurch Bervlce evety 8mIiy. jnornlnirapil cycnlncrstiflrttiy etiooi AtDHO n. m5 prAycrfBicctlnK. Thurtdny evening. Kov D C. Dewitt piutor. 8B0XST MCIKTIES. Abilene Chan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 July 1890

i'Wi. ""iic'wwiRf j ' i"''' fS"""'i "''EtJSSra ' '- - SI ' . ' 0 It .. W ft LIE SfOCK. W ' llS '' T0 Ittak irerltlw. Mr. H; MurnhV. Mercer counlVi 111.. writes?' vkCy..ideii about tawing -liogs is that if every farmer would not try to-raise ijo to aoo pigs every year we would get more for them and tie more apt to keep away disease. I think we would have as. much money' arid riot take so much feed -by 'n'o't raising so1 ;many as the farmers of "tills section of the country arc doing I think that we never can get any bcttel' hogs than the Poland-China. I fatted two of tha't breed that weighed 1150 pounds. 1 think'that the Shorthorns arc the best cattle dial we M SwBr' se'e. Pedpje wtaiinif&M';j& g& no Weft Theyare mf choice. Do you ever think of the horses on a hot' day hi the hay field? If there are ho Other means of giving the ani- tlSt'tfiWnf&V (.majority of our farmers would resent Ml the idea that th$ycould bq crueUto a pliorse the fact. rematnO tuesS.faltU- fu'l ...

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

ft. i ' i4iM.i'.limiiiiiiljJi iiM1 .nhiAI...i lfttl c.l I -t h & liky mi & 9 fa.' sAL m: wb Br- jf.r. MCJ WVrr i ! W m. 45' " m if"' The Abilene Reporter PU&LI8HED At ABILUNB - TEXAS. FRIDAY JULY 18 x8oo. jOftf HOENYs JJth Editor. Office in Border Building on Second Street! tefod at tho Abilene fax rottofflco M Hocona-CMM mi Matter. Bufcmlptloa atw. One year. .. .............. ...$i5 Six month ............ 75 Three months.... .......... 40 HNNOUNCETCENTS. FOR ASSKSSOR. For assessor Andrew R Moone. For. assessor J. AV. Christopher. For assessor U.'ll. Johnson FOR DISTRICT AND COUNTY CLERK. For district and county clerk D. J. Red for re-election. 1 FOR SHERIFF AND COLLECTOR. For jheHiT and collector J. V. Cunningham fp re-election " t' FOR COUNTY JUDGE. '" '' ' ' - - For.coanty.judgi.'D.' G. Hill. . . t For countyjudge reflection' II. A. Porter. FOR CONSTABLE. For constable. tprectnet No. Williams. ; : . - ' . ' J'. J. H. FOR ANIMAL AND HIDE INSPECTOR. . For animal and hid...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 July 1890

t! r1 t "r . s ff " ' v-Tff;' nit T TsTffwfii 'f- ty ' GAWMK. CARTER & and and Loan Agents North First Street Opposite Depot BIIGIEIISrZE REFR BY PERMISSION to all the'Bante of Abilene. f SPECIAL ATTENTION :iTY PROPERY which we 'ROST-ECTORS or PURCHASERS. IHPOVXD. $400. coxUo feet house of two rooms. 7 : blocks south of high school. J8650. 50x140 feet house GOOD WELL. trees shrubbery etc 6 blocks north of depot $700. 50x140 feet southeast corner house of two rooms out-hduscs fenced etc.. GOOD CISTERN FULL OF WTER -z blocks west of Chestnut street. $800. 50x140 feet northeast corner house of rooms aud WfohenHand front gallery fenced) Fine street 6 blocks from depot. Slooo. 50x140 feet northeast corner house of four rooms 12-foot ceiling well finished 4 blocks north of high school. $1)00. 75x140 feet southwest corner house of four fair size rooms block east of iigh school. $1200. 50x140 feel house! of four rooms half and porch stable GOOD -CISTERN a ilocks north of Lhrisuan church...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 July 1890

0 (f Q l?r- X i' V liS' i n. lv '.'. A- 1 ' l It- . W r .If. v IT it l&J m'j 'i k: lfe w wv- tw-iwc iti.ri.'ii i ; i. JCGRttLtUkfe 1oiit fail to have it gbod uermtida grjtss pasture for the horses and muj?s frnd'tacf cattle and dry milk cos (riot so good Tor cows in milk) rind the hogs. Plow the land broadcast) lay off" shallow furrows and drop pieces of sod at regular 'distances pressing theni down firmly with foot. The spd should be put' down on a wet day. No grass will afford so much nutritious grazing during spring summer and early fall. And the beauty of it is 'permanent. Work horses and mules g.'azing on bcrmuda at night will need Ottly about half as much grain. Iter- muda grass insures fat cattle and prime beef. JJcrmuda grass makes cheap and dehciotjs pork. Southcrp oiocKman ana rarmer. If a cow's udder is at all inflamed just after calving by all means let the calf suck until the inflamalion disap- pears. If the udiler be in good condi- ditidtv jet the calf suck its dam...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 July 1890

SpjS "7 j4ji ($- J-V-" W .JP ' 1 t yr "nr 4 !?ir?!?fs3!p5 ' R I i'i family JtoiepW. When thd djildreh are nd&ofledbv thpjtstin Ivy put r teaspdouful cf copcr?s or green viiroi in sweet mute ahdwet the places with thts ds ofteii 1 as they tell alld bum When you arc burned use lime water and linseed oil dip clothes In it and wrap the burnt places with them When the calf has the scours give it less milk keep it in the. shade and throw Into its mouth .three or four times a day one large tcaspophful of salt and sulphur in equal parts. When you prepare your coal tar to paint your timber to make it last well add lime to the boiling tar. When bitten by a mad dog cut or scarify the wound keep the blood running Jind use caustic nitrate oi silver freely to the wound Then get ihocculated at once. When bitten by a .rattlesnake tie a bandage above the spot suck the poison out cuf outa piece of flesh use caustic drink $fiiskgy or brandy freely or take hartshorn"5 and" water made as strong as l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 July 1890

WWfk m Iff?-" O 0 Rrfc -. . ; 1 . v y . . w.... . iirf..ti n' in. ."i" iii'i .in i' inni i.n' 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' 'i "' '. r .' ; . . . v.! n 1 1 .. . 7iiiir.. v xiss r --- 1 -i '- .....a.. . ..i 1. .-- ...i 1 .i-v. ..... .... 1 1 . 1 urn rmiii.i 1 .(.' ' '''HJysPt 11 4) fe.Ht jsa i y"i a es i is I 4tt 1 . ; ..iti. la " f il4.- The track At tio Hew fair grounds if in fine slmpc rind Spori the hoof beats of the speeder will be heard 'itfictcon. Keed & Thomra arc working the following gallopers: Sol Cleveland the property of Ed- wards & Ellis is looking 'fine and from Ins fine breeding is expected to make the boys hustle to beat him to the wire wheti he Mats in a race. Billy Edwards will bet his fine team and liack that he gets there EH. Sam Whar. ton is doing welt and if we know a thing or two some of the gang may look out for breakers and Uncle Johny .-says he won't be the one that is broke f Sam kept his hclcs all right. Jack Boston -looks like a race horse and T. Porter says the...

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

EV" t VOL; tX. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MOBBING JULY 35 1800. V NO. 30 A - - - - -' " --- - -- - . . . it t I - i Hi i 11 ... m ..... himi .LI i 'ill il. .!. .i ..... 1 .''.': . . .' . '...' ' II V F .."J '"" '.' '' !.'.'. J.- U .ii.i.ill.W..li.l.ii.-. I. ....- I...! .... ... !-. . -.. i.i . II ..-..-. . I.n... ..I.. W ... .... .I...II n.u ... .... I.. I - Reporter JL mX-JvX V7IV JL JLLJLV I i. Lv Highest of all in Leavening Power. B2 ABSOLUTELY PURE TAY10& 00TJUTY Demooratlo Convention Delegates c Instructed for Cook. The Taylor county democratic con- vention met in the court house last aturday July 10 and was called to order by Gen John Sayles chairman who .announced the following delegates as authorized to represent their differ ent precincts : Precinct No.vx Abilene Gen. Sesr.G. A. Kirkland M. C. . Lam beth E S. Hughes Vm. Ffournoy Joe Cockrell JohnBowyer Otto W. Steffens pave Winter 1?. A. Williams Geo. Clayton H. D. Reeves Wm. f:Young James P. Massie H. M Hen-; defson O.Anders...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 25 July 1890

m I V. I AS '' m UI rr m mm. IVli 1 3QO 0-A.Xj- exvxox BIXK0IOXY FJwrf Baptist Sunday school dido a. mvSeK Trees bi ii a.m. ami w:au jh m ( prnycr meeting tety Wednesday hlhU ' Methodist Bouth- -Sunday school 0:80 ft. m. s torvices at 1 1 ft.pi. and Hp ra.( prayef meeting tery Wednesday fivcnlng At 8 p. m. IUhi-ion Pastor. Church of thOUrnvonlyUcst Services on Bun- day at 11 a.'m. mid 8fflip. In. excepting on tlio aeeond Sunday) Wednesday evenings nt 8:80J Sunday school at 0:!W b. m. Chrl(lflU Church Sunday school nt9:.TOft.m! Mayer meeting weui ervwBsOTcry suiiurt hi iin. ui nuu o i. ju ncsday night' at 8 p. m.r eomraunlon scrv Ust after Sunday-school on 8rM and second Hundays mid just lag on third unit foufili Sunday. anor; prcacn- O.A.Pnti 1'astqr Cumberland Presbyterian Church Services' Presbyterian tnomlnir Am every stindiy morning and evening: mtnaay school at Oi 10 a. tn.t PraVcf-mcollnir. Thursday evening. Ue v. D. CUeWitt pastor SKCRXT W0IET1ES. Reeve building corner Pino a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 25 July 1890

wf5Sf5SI??SWS fi-ri' ."'t :'"-. ; . tr-j ' -pWipi?f h WXJkt VmlX KATTXMT -. " I -jiY'tUh sMHlfelorv. nfece and Bbwftr. V Wharate they wdrth ia mts or Jrott 1 it; Forth lease of life rims out In an hour V pi f v i Ami death Stands ready Jo dali. hi due J USill I "" icj'.vri gum ( ininiiire iney nu wncn ait is torn I iApaln or a jileasure smile or a-lcar v yvhat()e it mailer what we claim T. For w'ei fro Hie cradle fnto the bier And a careless World ircei on the time. Itlfturs of gladness and hothij of borrow nat does it matler to us; tomorrow T 1 aTruth Of love or yow of friend ft Tender caresses' dr cruel sneers mat oo uicy matter jo us in roc cnu r ; Fpr the brief day dies and' the'long night ' riean: v i v Passionate kisser or tearslbf will. KThe grave will ibpen and cover them nlh ftomeless vagrant or honored guest It i:oor and numoieor rlclt and great Ml are racked wjth the world's unrest ' Allmust mectJMrith the 'common fate. Life frond childhood till we are old vnausaii wiiena...

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

11" l" ' . 'l'' .-' ' wfTTTr vV fl.X KjT. fc.ii-iWK ifcyfrwfrttyMMfr Biff.. v OX ..... "- .- -" - - .1 (T.-.J.-i-Jimi. J. - "- --... -m .j. -a----------------- -"-"- ' --.-.- rii w V TT"- I - Ti ir 1 f ;" I Ill: I (VI br Pif. M' iV.i.. -fhe Abilene Reporter ''im .' .i !i i' . in ' in i m BUSHED AT BmSHB - - - TEXAI. rrrte FRIDAY .JOkT&a5'89. afflV JfOltYi-tfiJtoK it - -I- -i ui ! i i i-1 ;.-.'??. ?iv.'... .. ... i H ' ' I' !. liB H !. I ii if 0ifice in Border DuiMlng on Second Street. Entered at the Abilene" ToxaFotofflco a Hecond-Claos Mull Wr-ttcr. fatoerlptlo Kates. One year .. ....... ; K ...... . $t .5 Six'aaonlhs ..! 75 Three months. ... ..... ..'........ 4 JSNHQUNCEWENTS. FOR ASSESSOR. For assessor Andrew It. Moone. For assessor' J. V. Christopher. For assessor II. II. Johnson. FOR DISTRICT AND COUNTY CLERK. Fofdistrict and county clerk D; J. Red for re-election. FOR SHERIFF AND COLLECTOR For sheriff and collector J. V. Cunningham fo re-election. j. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. For ...

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

'vH fr.'"'"; . i"r' . rt""' ''It'-sfW-V'HVS1 V'WH "n"1" lfl.rf?iv ' !! X " 0 ' " . 1 1 - 1 Hull Hi I I'H.H i il i lilfa. V i f t- ft I s ? Ifi i lull lilm.ili ?dt; OAUTH. North First vSPECI"A:L ATTENTION - il J a ifri in II G3ab Land and Loan Agents pleasure in sliowlng to PROSPECTORS or PURCHASERS IKPIIOVXD J AMD. ;480 ACRES 8 1-2 niites northeast of Abi- lene two houses and outhouses1 fenced 3 division fences 00 acres in cultivation 360 tirrre fine farmintr land balance fine Das' ture an inexhaustible supply of fine well and spring-water. A very choice location for .a. fine stock farm. Price $12.50 per acre 1-2 cash. 317 ACRES 10 miles northeast of Abilene 1-2 mile to school and church fenced .divis- ion fence plenty of water fine grass 150 acres in cultiyatioh two houses. 3240 ACRES 6 miles east of Abilene fenc- ed division fence good soil grass and.plenty of water: 90 acres in cultivation 3-3 'good farming land good house of 4 roomsl Price $6.50 per acre 1-3 cash balace'r2r3and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 25 July 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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