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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 August 1890

UUB STOCK There is quite a difference of opin- ion among breeders as to the proper time to commence breeding fillies We have had considerable expert ence during the past fifteen years in breeding mares having bred a large number during that time both for our- selves and those who patronized the stalljons we kept for public servide. vvc have always advocated breeding the fillies ai two years if'it is the in- tention to breed them at all-aS in our ojBinton they will for;their first colt wffleji three years old with Jess danger 'ft to themselves than when four or five years old for the following rcasfans: The mare not being so fully matured as at four or five years old her bones nd muscles are not so firmly knit hence will give more readilyi-algo the foaJ of a three-year-old jriare will I gen- erally be smaller at birtff thereby les- sening the danber ;offhe marc having" trouble. r We have never known a three-year- old mare to have trouble in foaling although we have known ouitea num b...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 August 1890

' Hi t. ii rif! i V t) - M ' ft 1 I S" . I- iirl ff 1 'r H Jl M . The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT J 'JAILUNM - - - TBXA. FRIDAY AUGUST 15 1890. 0iV JMENY ?. Editor. i i ..i. .. -... .. " "'';';'tlS ll.'fc;'" 'lv." " Oflfce In Bonier Building on Second Street. Jtntcnid nt Uio Abilene Tfixiw Postofflco as Hccond Class Mali Matter. Bnbfcrlpllon Rates. One year...... ...$1.50 Sk months... ....... 75 Three months 40 KNNOtJNCEMENTSv FOR ASSRSSOR. For assessor Andrew U. Moone. For assessor J. W. Christopher. For assessor H. lit Johnson.' FOR DISTRICT AND COUNTY Ci.ERK. For district and county derW D. J. Red for re-election. . . 1 i .... FOR SHERIFF AND COLLECTOR. For sheriff and collector J. V. Cunningham forte-election. '' ' . T for coontv Judge. For county judge D. G. Hill.. For countyjudge) re-election H. APorter. TOR CONSTADLE. For constable precinct No. iy J. II. Williams. For constable precinct No. 1 J5G. Nav- lin. ' ' ? For constable precinct No. 1 J. W. Haley. FOR ANIMAL. AND HI...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 August 1890

to V v . X. OAHTJSlt. CARTER & CARTER LandsLoans and Stock it North First Street Opposite Depott .BIXjEIsTDB nf REFER BY PERMISSION to all the Banks' o'f AljiJfeiie. SPECIAL ATTENTION is called to the following list of CITY PROPERTY which vve willjtake pleasure in showing PROSPECTORS or PURCHASERS. . . IMPROVED. $700. 50x140 feet southeast comer house of two rooms out-houses fenced etc. GOOD CISTERN FUJLL OF WATER 2 blocks west of Chestnut street. J750. 50x1 50 feet N. W comer house 4 rooms stables outhhuses etc. Good' well; 3 blocks north new Windsor- hotel. $1000. 50x140 feet northeast comer house of four rooms 12-foot celling well finished blocks north of high school. $1000. 150x300 feet east front 8 blocks from depot 3 Mocks east. Pine street house 3 rooms gallery and "hall -stables sheds and well. $1100. 75x140 feet southwest comer house of four fair sire rooms 1 block east of high school. . $1200. 50x140 feet house of four rooms hall and porch stable GOOD. CISTERNj.2' $125...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 August 1890

-.Tif.yyw. W- ;sT 1r -MJ m w WW-WW !';i T'$W" W?" WTSr At' 4j tD '!V t"fl"Kj .. fi' UJ-. ' S 1 'IHi l ' ... i.iniirtw.i .' hl . in ('I I 1 1 1 1 1 .- .... 1. -j w ft-. .. XGRHCULTITRE .WRStei- ;; 5i.'i tmprotwl Agriculture. f1!": "Tin fir.ii iifpdnf the American far J?'". r no doubt Is rblief from excessive "'' fcml discriminating taxation. At pres-jj- lH a large part of his earnings is .$- lakcii to insure profits to other irttlus- '''"" ' iries under the operation of laws' in- r gchiously framed for the puFpose of concealing from him their repl purjVosc and effect. & .; Aside liowevdf from questions rc 'tf fating to taxation there arc methods for increasing production which will -'"' receive a lnrucr share of Attention from American farmers asjthe need of them becomes more apparent. Owing " lo die abundance arid cheapness of land (he agriculturists of the United States have not generally jfelt the- ne cessity .of intensive farming or the t. adoption of means to obtain the larg...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 August 1890

fflfc. x 'I'il .ft ."( TJ-r ' '-'' " '"C ;V v? ' ?; "' ?y' :uk ;t;SVvv r'wr' ?f ' ;$&$" ' f M" ' MPW --- - - VH THE MTIXIHY 01? THI Utit. -.rk. It was iiTjyljkMtiie ritgh't Ws dark and stormvi Witfi livid flashes df lightning mM rfcafcioi' thlJridcf thit iuuuc mu uniiu wcmuic. I hid a thankful froth thy Jaded hore rind entered the wholesome iriti 4"& 4 . . Not a soul was in stents a lamn was burning on a little tabic in the hall but all the rooms were dark and silent save when the thunder made the win- dows rattle and the wind sang a wild song aroUpir the gables or the light ning made a fiery track as it flashed through spate. You could scarcely call H a town ; it did not boast 200 inhabitants and these retired at nightfall and left the streets to darkness. . But I had never found the inn de- serted at this hour and X was at a loss to account for it. 'Hello! I shouted with all my mictht stamping vigorously on the. oaken floor and knocking on the tabic with the butt of my whi...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 August 1890

m M ? 4 s .; ffPf5 'yFl flr ' V. yyr ii u Vl (I ! '. Wpfi ?3i :K . St?" V ft U v. Rto O & at ' K i WASKIJfOTOX. WakiunoioN Aug. 1 3.-Colirary to expectation the liouSe transacted ' Considerable business totlrty. tt was expected tharthcrc would'tot bo a quo- rum present on account of the-G. A. R. meeting in Boston but the democrats were determined that ehbUgli repre- sentatives should remain to do bust- neks. There were two tijf three calls of the house which invariably resulted in the presence of a quorum. The fil- ibustcrcrs seemed to IiaWi 4grced to'let business proceed and this consequence was that several bills passed. In the senate the tinie was consumed by tariff speaking. Quay this evening created a decided senfeaiion by intro- ducing a resolution Which sets thevjoth of August as the day on which the tar- iff bill sha)I come to a vote and that the work of ihts session shall be de- voted to this bill and the appropriation bills" and that other matters shall go over till ne...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 August 1890

(i. 9 it;; -C II'-;. ... .A v II I r ' r "M" PHS Abilene Reporter7 - '-rr VOL. IX. ift. WJlltkVllii.i flili.fW'l I Highest of all in Leavening Power. J53 RoYevI ABSOLUTELY PURE Knights of labor Appeal to Congress. Chicago' Aug. 34 At a .meeting of the Central Council K. of L. .today a committee was appointed to' solicit funds for the New York.Centralstrikers and the following resolutions were adopted unanimously: . .. V "Whereas The toilers on the Van-. eerbilt system of railroad have .been goaded into a strike as a means of asserting their rights to combine for their common good; and "Weereas The Vanderbllts have said that they will spend one million dollars in this fight to overthrow the .natural and constitutional Rights of 'the toilers on said railroad system; and "Whereas It has been said that the late Gov. Seymbre of the state of New York settled a strike on the same railway in the year 1852 by informing the nresiderit and board of directors of the Vanderbilt railroad that eac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 August 1890

Hi tfW :tifP BfBtrii"-'.fi.i ill'" !"''"?.! ) siiiiiiiiiBiiiMMIv'?wH55ei5SKw: 3 X'& nmnrf viwp?Br?--r-vr-. T.T.riur&? HHritt jtttlllrfT ' ' - ''- i - ' '' ' ' '-' ' ' - '' ......... . .:... ". ..:...: .: -.. . i' i .. r . . ' HQMJKr ft 7EM.iltfiil J iii.iawfrt...ifiMiii; nnfe!.. iKii.h.iHi I IM)iiiMl-inHil !' I.' in ' ..-nifi ft .. .. -.ii iln tfi T....il. aftrti rtt Hi li ill .1 i ... wn . . '. L f . ft n n p ifrni I .. ...I I li i'." - - .'.... m. iUH iflli i . nH4 . .-.. i. .'.. ... u..i. hi .......f ... V 1 r ' J-" tr 'I'iJi t mmiivt . .-. If f 4.2' l'4f &. Ife ' T.On A T 1 yj-ij' . ...- ... The protectionists never fail lo wglo$t baty Hiram how Jluwprj hi ; 1. m. J 'uMSctl aUfi. r- ? " ii oiriu r all ilm nnciu.ritif W mall of fortv-enzht. was. restored to his I it Br i. pfttt K' rtwrtor. ti crtUn feMioys mdtt voleMw & mxt i .hjj. - --' '$' ist Baptist Sunday sohodl (had a. mt ');); H1 a. rrf. and H:80 p m.l prayer Meeting r JV lIUIVIHny lK" . v Methodist South- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 August 1890

pp$fffffpp KTi'WTf5 t ' Ti.' ljttbHwm kxtravafanee. j2br "' M'ftiVi Ihe most ;8.gaclousleadeta of ' tKHipcan party are Alive. t o the ii rria'gflittidc of1 the Appropriations tlwyftud it impossible to cheeky the 'A cxlravagadcc or to lessen the cupidity of their foliow.crs. . Last Saturday in discussing the ver ana Jiaruor uw oenaior tw tinds said . . ' 'hlK "Ail appropriation in duik or $13- ooo nau ui uiu uuiuuiu i-auiuu m bill would with the $5000000 ittendedtouf of the river arid har- 'bill of 1888 be amply sufficient ail really national wijrka oTfatcrrfal ordVelttfcnt. He fcxpetted that it uia turn 'uui :misu 1 uuu 30 joui tre.astry'yw6ti!d be J$o;poppoo rt even if the duty were" riot taken Of 'sugar. In that state of things '& fttMtc 'Unwilling to bear his tnxrmri 01 ins responsipuuy 101 11. j&JTli. 'i'tJi.al.ri.t.- Jti.'.tu AtliJ' int. 10 .uie lJiesiuuui .a. vcr aiiuu bfntflla1tor0nhahiirJ$a'6'.Pda;o6o ten mere was ncariy 5 000000 1111- J. '. TMr .f.HK- t U fcl 'U 1 n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 August 1890

ynmaKiraHia VMSf1 VI U)1T H H r W -J ) i - Vf Y r ' p ' on ( u f I . ' . '' .' K Sin ' -. I v t ..... . W'n.L v:i-. t . tV iUC.AUilCIK; KCUUllCl. - ' . PUiLiahED AT ABILEITB - - - TEXAS. FRItAY AUGUST 29 ift$o. 0 tiOEHYs J&s JSdiloh Office ia Bonier llulhling on JJecoml Street. '.""W Kntcrcd W TC Mall Hccond Cla Matter. Sabicrlptlon Kates. One year ... .w. .. t . $i5 Slit months .................. 75 Three months.... ........ ..... 4 HNNOUNCEWENTS. FOR ASSESSOR. For assessor Andrew K. Moone. For assessor J. W Christopher. For assessor H. II. Johnson. FOR DISTRICT AND COUNTY CLERK. For district and county clerk D. J. Ibr re-election Hed FOR SHERIFF AND COLLECTOR. For shepff and collector J. V. Cunninghatn tV re-election It-OR CuUNTY JUDCEi For county judge D. G. Hill. For county judge re-election H.A. Torter. FOR PONSTAJILE. For constable precinct NO. I J. II. Williams ' For constable precinct 'No. I J. G. Now- lin. For constable precinct No. I J.W. Haley. FOR ANIMAL AD HIDE INSP...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 August 1890

;t'.ia "ijf" v v; f'-t r. t ffi H-' v' 'tiup ip o y$ffiW'if!yffi3&'vj!r "'?-re ra rTsTT hrW J &. MW. MV J .OATJL GARTER Landsloans and Stock North First Street Opposite Depot Refer by Permission to all the Banks of Abilene. We are Prepared to ftrom $200 go $00000 at LOW RATES and on PAVOR&BLE TERMS. Loans negotiated on all the different plans meeting- the n6ed condition of all. We discount and extend vendor's lien notes loan on yen- dor's lien notes as collateral The Company we represent 0 To handle all satisfactory business and have' at yery heayy expense classified all the lands in t JOJNES and TAYLOR COUNTIES; avoiding the delay necessary when lands have to be in- . speoted and valued from the General Office thus saving from) 10 TO 20 DAYS Time in negotiating: Loans. If you wanta Loan either LARGE OR S5IALL It will pay you to investigate Terms. We guarantee you ular; being here to dp business 0SDER NEW rSLlSLCQ Rates $55.00 per Day. Mrs. D. F Phillips Proprietress. J....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 August 1890

r .&'':. J '? .r s'.;" .(' ; i 'j - i- 'i v ' -. via. '.i -.. 0!V.'.V'C P?!i'M. 3&s3L:i ffi Ti OiWri ifniia iwF ffTi7Tyir sfljpf! V ' .. iiiiiifiiiuiiB ''?asarasasaE5Eae .J -- .nli iO'i H ' . 1' ' :s. Hip. I I'M 'I w I w fc r L I?-. ti S';l H6kic0rJflilife. .Farm Motes. lrdf Hickman or the Ohio. station savs: "The Greatest amount of mar i kctable corn lias been produced where the stalks nvefafted twelve inches afoart. .The Variations in yield 'were aJight whether planted one grain every twelve inches tv;o.grain$ every twenty- .four inchqs three grains every thirty fck inches or four every forty-eight . inches. It is pot necessary to thresh oats to feed the grain to "sheep. If given to them in racks whefe they will Wdt nitiss it sheep will eat straw and oats to- ecthcr in the winter rind "thrive better on if than on hay. Sheep-have stron ger digestion than any other farm stock cxccptingrpoultry ahd nokind of grain heeds grading to enable them to 2at it without loss by passing...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 August 1890

'-. r TKMUTOJKtOTMI.lXXMMTK ZAKK. 'WhAt W!l that ?' TH'tf'htHrtet dromied ttte aim from A his .'Shoulder arid m companion A LMigiiyeyeu yuuug gin iookcu eagcriy jA troiifrd through the thitk woods as she asked "What is it ? . "Perhaps only my fancy but I -.thought' I heard.aUwjg. jjn'a'p.V m "Well what if you' did? '" a piiiinR omy jr. migm myo. uccn Ypfl t-in'a Cnnt Hi cnirrrr1 iff A UfU.Uftllk TUU' W1V Bilk hflUfc kerejiad been no trouble. with th.e red kins of1 latq " .'N6r has IherciJjut wfe never know mat moment?thcre may be. Sister Elizabeth thWik 'no Phdelp)jia..youi .Ve' tome to out a wildernesss' tuil-df Hardships" as lie spoke tney had nearcd the irjjal clearing. Before them at a lit- distance was a cluster of cabins among stumps and surrounding a Pide -palisaded fort the site and De parting of what is now the city of rriecnng on me uniofnyer yor it is a. .ume neariy a nunarca years ago it I writeV Below the hicrh bank h "which they stood rolled the wide iver silent and li...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 August 1890

TS y """ " " .. . 'fl HnjUTSPW . Y.- . ' ' tK-' ly egf IM'i&'gAt&WVfM Mt IWlMiiifc!..-. .ihy. J...!.. .Aj.4.- .-.WtwH.. iwJMitMjitiifelrri .IT. fill ' ato!JidlAa'llWlWillilll I'l'Ul'llI V " ' 'i '' " ' ' -5 -r-r-r i .. w.. .. - ... . .. . . .! '.'.". ;" ""! 1 1 'I" ' . ' - '' pb M.srjarsi'viK-r . . ' : ." v "i ' - -i J? .' s - .M.r.ITU r. ...iii r'-rt .--if .rlr.r I'.i I -uiw.i.rn.-. nNli .in1.i.. .rtMlljt. 1 i'i 'I r j.mm tii ffl.l tyuw. t-y.wwni.niiuii..lli MllJl ll . .1 a 'mm. n MPW:" ' "r ' t ' . '' " ': . . -v v --!). '-" i-. . ".. . ' ' '.-- .. . U -... . . - . ' ...IV I . - .. ' - . (l. . ' J ' V ' ' !.... .j. . ..-. .:...-. ..... . . i1 ..'..- ... ...'. i i fin . ; In1i.iii'ii1iiliiiritii 1 Mi nil. .Hi' li' I I 11 iili mi' nnii nlfiili in ' 1 i I i n "" I1 '" ' '.' 'mj m .L. n i " t " ';'!" &' h': . '?'!;; "..;.: ."!.' I. ' ;jtiii . '"" 'V ' !' .' vj"" ' JT ' " '" .- ' ."....' i. ..." .... ...- ..r... ..t? .. ..1.a- -. n. . .. i-.... m i...... .....m.. - --- Pr1i...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 September 1890

' fnnyr y;wi i ' h"-" '-wi m....t. j..j. . 4aukwt. fjapJiwul- -rr i MlwWtAwi.U.... lyinrfj -..iJKit-hi wan !!! . !. BWI.nJiwMliHntiHHl . n.wiii.ii i .fcl-mwiifcttMit vol. ix. ABILENE. TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 6 1890. NO. 36 .'.''w-.K-n TWM ABILENE Reporter. . ; g .jl ; -.. ft? I. VTtl I ' It t - ' Ti i' igncsi ui an in xcavcniug .rawer.- ABS Manufaoturinff Convention. The following call or a convention of those interested ' in developing the manufacturing interests of Texas to be' held at Fort Worth on the 24th inst has been made by the chamber of commerce of that city : FonT Woktii CilAMBKn or CoMmncE. ) HEcnKTAIlT'S OrricE V Font WORTH TKX. Aug. Ml 1690. J A convention of delegates from trade andmanufacturing organizations municipalities and people interested in developing the manufacturing and mer- cantile interests of Texas hab. been called' to meet in Fort Worth on Sep- tember '24 1890 fot the purpose of" devising ways and means to induce' capital to" seelc our "state and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 September 1890

XMB 7m- rYV' K 'vi- & . fr-T" ":iwi" 'H'!"'';W mr .j i r . ")-l!flP"1 m v ' W.-SStSS!! i5"l It'- M n ! u in ' Bit ill i XjOOA.Xj. OMUROK DIRKCTORY. rtrot BntilIt-!1tiri(1iiT clioo). DS30 n. m.t ir TtM At II n. in. nnd 8:i)0 p. in.; rrtycr Meeting -"sTery Wclnenttty tilglit. Mrrlcen at 11 n. tn nml t) p. trii) prayer moctlug krwt Wednesday orcnlng nt 8 p. m. . I'nstor. Church of lhollcnVMiIjrKct--Scrvlce cm Snn drntlln.m. nnd fljrtop m.j excepting on tha necontl Stimtnyi Wcdtioday eveninga nt 8:30( Sunday icli&ol At 0:30 n. nt Christian ChUrch-aanilnygclioblntOiSOA. m.t ervtc' every Stihdity nt 11 A. m. nml H p. in; eoramnnlon tcrricra just nf tor Sunday ichool on prayer nicetms wwinciwny 111111 ni op. m.. flrtt and second Butulnya ntui Jtl lag on third And fourth Sundays. After nrcAcii 0. A. P.vnio. Pawir Cunibcrlnnil l'renbytcrlnn Church Service evonrBtimlAy morning end ovMiliiKiSundny school nt'OMO ft. in.f tirttTcr-mcetlUK. Thursday evcttlntf. Itev. I. C. IloWltt' paiior ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 September 1890

' ' I? - 4- imli 1 11 iflGH edtlk m jaki.jrinn ' TfiUdf Neppert' a clothing' cutter Trent lo call last April on a Mrs. Kahn who has a flat at 300 East One: Hundred ahd Second street. By mis- take he pulled the bell of George J-fpCcln- who had a flat in the same M I .1 . - . i use. Specht's step daughter Maria enke answered the bell. Marie is 16 years old. but she looks like a iaa tV3. p Apparently vh'e aljiO ftiblejs the dead wife.tif:Neppert 10 is a widower with lour children. any rate he was so struck with he called the great resemblance at he stood staring at her like a lun- ic as she subsequently described tlje une insicau q saving :wny ne aa ng the bell. She was frightened at s fixed stare and shut the door in face. When he finally found. Mrs. aim he told her how much Miss AnkcJookd. like his dead wife and ia ne wanieu 10 oe introuueeu to x. Either then or soon afterwards. xs. Kahn after explaining to the girl hy Mr. Neppert had stared atjier t her consent Irb an introduction r...

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

nil I M M mi I if I. tl" I ' -the' Abilene Reporter. Jfttr'" aH 'tT'.T ' TI-J J7'. .tJ'PQT I'-i'l PUBLISHED AT "AJIIIiKNfi - - - TEXAS cFltiDAiY SEPTEMBER 5 1890. JOHN HOENVs JR Editor. Oftce In Mbrder JJullding bn Second Street. agasn; ' . "' .k-tluusuzszss " Knicred at tho AWIlcnc Tcaiw; l'ostoftlco n Bccoml-CluM MfiU'Miiiton 1 Bntioriptlon. Katei. One .year ...... ....... ..5l5 Six Months ............. ..... 7 j Three months..... . 4 HNNOUNCETCENTS. FOR. ASSKSSOR. For assessor Andrew. R Moone. For assessor J. W. Christopher.' For assessor H. Hi Johnson. FOR DISTRICT AND COUNTY CLfeRK. For district and county clerk D. J Red for re-election. .-... .. .. J..L.ili 11 FOk SHERIFF AND COLLECTOR. For sherllnnd collector J. V. Cunningham fo fre-election ' . ' ' J'OR COUNTY JUDGE. ' . Fir county judge' D.-G. Hill. ' 1 '' For county judge re-clectiori- II.' A".- 1'ortcr. 1 1 IOR CONSTA11LE. For constable' prednci No ' I' J. II. Williams. For constable;' precinct No. 1 j J.' G. Now- lin. Fo...

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

.' . 1-iu- h ft T. H. OATKX. rAOTTt) Sir -.-. LandsLoans and Stock North First Street Opposite Depot jk3BTXJJEttSFEl Refer by Permission to We are Prepared to 0-A.3ST I 1 From $200 go $00000 . FAVORABLE TER&S. Loans negotiated on all tho different plans meeting the needs and condition of all W& discount' aiid extend vendor's lien notes loan on ven- dor's lien notes as collateral etc. The Company We representees Tp handle all satisfactory business and havp at yery heavy expense classified all the lands iii :-' " "'"" JONES and BAYLOR OOIINTIES avoiding the .delay- necessary spected and valued from the 10 TO 20 DAYS P Time in negotiating Loans; If you want a Loan either LARCrB OB SMALL It will pay you to investigate our Plans Methods Bates m. ana Terms we Guarantee you oelurvhere:to donbusirieSB UNDER NEW FlUace Hotel Rates $2.00 per Day. Mrs. D. F. Phillips Proprietress. J. 0. Phillips Manager. Eirst-Class Accommodations. 201 CHESTNUT STREET ABILENE TEXAS. Tho BEST on Earth f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 September 1890

"J Jl it H)l s " N it ) ' .. I.WJ jfhl'ttjfcj w wS g H D AGRICULTURE. Just About the Size of It. A citfresponderit in the Prairie Far- " mer says i When I was taking the census in thfs'Vicinily. I called on a mart who is. the owner of a very cood farm of 300 acres and is regarded as rather more than ordinarily intelligent fl asked him what he considered lifs fnftn worth. Twenty-five dollars an acre' said he. I knew very Well that He wouldn't take $60 er acre for It so I asked what wasthe matter with it. Well just this r "Atiprcsent low prices of all farm pr6dactst and thd present high Rrices of evcxytvngtlje farner lias to buy this farm 'would not nay 8 perj cent otij a j valuation qf. $.." How do these prices compare with those of ten years ago'?" I asked. "Farm proddefts are. $ perqentlower and all manufactured stuff and( ma- chinery that the farmer has to use is 50 per cent higher ; and ik is caused by this robber tttrifi' ( "j j ' Breetfirig billies. 1 When to begin breeding you...

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