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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 October 1890

deneral Coament. Senator Blair lias been tanking a kmpuech about the injustice Ot tie living a popular government 10 inu distrtct w Columbia . Unjust It may bebut there will be no change so long as a large number of Wealthy republic cart senators and representatives own residences in Washington and the ne- groes continue to constitute so great a. proportion of the possible voters as r now. The experiments of letting them shaite in the government was tried once and the resulting scandals were 1 so great that'thetaxiiayers-republicans VVsand democrats alike were driven to beg congress to disfranchise them. " Mr Ulofr may rpst assured that the suffrage Will not be restored to them in a hurry. Rich republicans in the sen- ate and house may try to impose negro rule upon the whites of the south but they will not stand it themselves in a city' where they spend So much time and own so much property as they dd in Washington." New York Evening Post. "At the rate the timber is beinjr. cut and ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 October 1890

MfcMyM' mwfjfe v . ji V"T-4-'"-14 -M4ii r yj-jJAlA: j y Uf-I V r . vvA'Hi " "" t; U J ) "XT' rtUif'-ipf-" mr v e Abilene Reportet ? PUBLItiHED AT ABILENE - TEXAS. FRIDAY OCTOBER 3 1896 fOJM JIOENYi JR. Editor. Office In llonlcr nulldlnjj' on Second Street 1.1 1 1 1 1 -1 n n 1 1 if '---' ' ) '1 . y --..i.. .LJ5E.j- -.. AJ Katrcd nt tho Attllonb. Tcxa. l"ostolrieo M HeconJ-Clnns Mult ilAttch ''" Sukicrlptlon Katei Oae' ycAr. ....... . Shcmtrntru....... Three months.. ...... .'. i'n . .4I.$0 ; m-.M" 75 ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR ASSESSOR. For assessor Andrew R.Moone. For assessor J. V. Christopher. ' For assessor H. H. Johnson.' - TOR DISTRICT AND COUNTV CLERK For district and county .clerk D. J. Red for re-election. FOR SHERIFF' AND COLLECTOR. For sherd and collector J. V. Cunningham iTo- "re-election. . . ' FOR COUNTY JUDCE.' ' " For county judge' D. G Hill. For county judge re-election H.'A.frortcr. . .-y '" i-fy '. f. .for constable; For constable precinct No J H. Yviiuaros. v . ; .Fpr: to...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 October 1890

'fpR5fl Wv- fWS 'JW-wfITJWJpW $ si ZELiOO-A-ZEli. r"' )"tiv ' ' in' i. i- 41 .1;... taartftss Texas aad fcaeifto Ltad Tim table. RAsr-noi)NDrASSEMdBR. ! Arrives t .. ..... .... .' I :oo A M ucpnils ........... '":2S A. hi WSST-BOUNU I'ASSENGfcK. . Irnvcs. . )cparts. '..... 3134 r m. 33S r. . I Now for a cityjia'rk ' '-$ ' The Windsor is fast Staring comple- Ion !' ; . ' 1 1 ' . i .. Work has been -resumed ohJIjeGiU ((and. -J'.J Cannon Clyde was in the city luesday. ' . . ; -' " : - ; John Pratt and family have returned rom the east. 1 Dr. T. M. BlakemoM went to San Antonio Sunday . . ... m erford Saturday. k. Mfnettc photos only $1.00 per! doz en at Miller Bros.' '. 39tf v i" Capt. J. H.Pickens' new residence i's4owerihg skyward. 1 The brick work -on Uni6h .Block will be finished this 'week IV. A. Gray proprietor of the Ar I; cade has a carHjn" to-day's paper. Mr. and Mrs. HarveyrRismgSun VL . fewere inthe city Tuesday shopping 1 1 1 1 ' - Mrs. Barry" is having a new picket IClfUC U...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 October 1890

tmmfafr JWT-.-TT jmzk .. it i y. . 'Hytrin Z .yf-W-v-J'l'ty'y' lfl"m " i (I I Ill 1111 Will II m if ras'-M Ail !?'. J tSi&'t . WI I jr' ' frl i'A ffl i LI I :J J fcfcfl 1 u ' Hed' Succ-or. Although the democrats have not yt captured the next house of rcpri- tentatlvggf yet they-Are so certain of .;t controlling the orgrtnlgatioft that nW ' ready much talk" Is heard in Washing . ton as to the probable candidates for tllfe speakership. Old members who ' expdet to be. re-elected -arti feeling around with a view to securing torn milieu cnairman9hips. It is generally Conceded now that if the democrats have the house there Will be from five to seven candidates for speaker in that party whereas if the-republicans should retain control there would be but one candidate Mr Reed the gentleman from Maine. The democrats talked of are Crisp of Georgia Hatch of Missouri Byriuiri or Indiana Flower of New Yorlt Mc Creary of Kentucky and Springer 6f Illinois with the chances that one or two more ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 October 1890

W 'I I . 9 s' ''. .Hit ar MiM. When it comes to ' hiAking a man sncczdcaycnho pepper is up to snuff Elmirft Cazette. . A man will tell a jc to get Bympa thy; and a woman will tell a lie to give it. Atchison Globe. A batber is a man who will scrape an acquaintance one moment and cut ; him the next. Yoiikcrs Statesman. Sulphur and brimstone are on the ?frce list. So is salvation. Now take your choice.-Great Bantnton News ''Mrs. Strikeflrc. why are you scttintr tbe alarm for r'a. m.?" My husband always cotties a little after that hour and he shan't catch me napping when i he comes. Epoch. Teacher Now little giri I have told ' the class about the wicked place being paved with good intentions. Now what do you suppose heaven is paved with? L (J. (with a delightful recol- lection of a fresh ar picnic) Bananas ham sandwiches an' pieLife. Mrs. PokerdecW-iuTJgh! The king of 0'.7andakt must be a brute! He gotjnjoxicated the other day and beat histhree wives to deaths Mr 5?oker- deck -That was ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 October 1890

Bfi&MtliSiS&iauMyiMdiJ tsiftt nmHwrw Wf'MyfP nl Mil) II if WiMlllfii r '"Twwa A vihLjy. UN.IMi ..wiatlWmW i imiup JflifrLMlOtai Hfp.rfAwifc- -0 kmmmi4i rr 4tl-iKl'Alf; .3--ft 0tfoWi JjlJ lii ; I f V 7 t? I! iVr n Scire at laird tte Abilene bWball club went to Btrd Saturday on the special. The fcsttrd hinc were on hand and ah inter- esting game was the result. Nine In- flings were played the score being 19 to 9 ju favor of the Abilene boys. . Abilene light Infantry. The members of the Abilene Light Infantry are making preparations to go 10 Dallas durtrtg the fair. The boys acquitted themselves hahdsomcly at San Antonio last spring and we shall expect good reports from them at Dal- las. The band will probably accom- pany them. A Work of Art. The large picture of Mrs. Alexander niece of Gen. Pedro Martinez of Mon- terey Mex. and which is to be sent to the general as soon as the Dallas fair closes will be on exhibition at Word & Alexander's drug store froni the 10th to the 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 October 1890

fcjf Reporter." Mli.i.iM. .l... WW illlH.....li. i.i. .iji .4M..hM..ai.lil....4....l.llfcll .t.i.ii..l.lilli.Ml. llMl...li..iii ..f i. in. l I .hww-.- ii..-i. -.... ..i...i ..II... . ii f. ..... .. i. ...1 .. .). ..WW-... .-..H ...M Ill I II Abilene "-vw VOL .XX ABILBN1I JJXAS ttBXDA.Y MOSHING OOTQKHl 10 I860. IfO 41 m 1 J o WORLD'S IAX. WA8HIWQX0K PARK ADDZD TO The Highest Tower Ever Constructed oa Xarth. Spfcfilal ttflhoHopOttW. CincAOO Oct. 7 i8po.- The past week has been auspicious for the World's Columbian Exposition The national commissioners have taken jhecity by sto'rm Their coming was anxiously awaited. On their arrival) likcOesarof old "they came they iaV they conquered." The delay of the site question has spurred them on to immediate action. They meant business from the instant their feet fouchedthe city. After disposing of the appointment of a number of committees they at once proceeded to elect a director general. Col. George R. Davis of Chicago was se- lected on the fi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 October 1890

fcHRiflLiaia . "i j. iki -. rtS- a ft' ' -- - r --i'ii nn in 1. 1 1 11 nj 1 li oimjwit flmioxomy. Wiiiitlst Hiiniinv ncliool. 9:30 n. iu.i tet' M II a. mi nml Pi.'lO p. m.t frnycr meeting Wednesday iiJSUl. StfethodM Solitli -Rtinrtrty rtliool. 0:W t m.t lcvmttii ii. tit. mm 8 i. m. iwtt tneetmir eunesuny evening ni o p. in. iiAMrnin PiUtor. Ufctimh Of the IIcrtTonly ItcM ycrl;o un 8un 4jriittlit.m iiiul :!. in. cjircptlng on the 'Meofltl 6miiliiyr Wednesday CTcnfnus nt 8S80J tanday ichool nl 0:80 a m. Cftrisilim Church Similar" eclioolnlfla. m.t Mrrlot every Sunday At 11 a. m. and 8 p. hi.; PMTor fifretiiiB Wednesday nlRht At 8 p. m.t iweimtinlon Mrvlces hlrt after Bandar chuol on Brut mid second Pimtfavi. end lust after wench ing oil third hud fourth Sunday. 0. A.FAmn t t. I'astor. Cumberland l'rcsbytcrlan Church Servlros very Sunday morning- nml evening! Sunday choolntDtW n. m.j prayer-meeting Thumdny eycnlng. Itor. 1). 0. IJoWitt pastor. SECRET SOCIETIES. Abilene Commander? No.87...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 October 1890

YHm Pk wm t i OAK IT IS! ut in V ' A ?ropoed Air-Skip ftohomo Wbloh Would SUrtle the WOrltt. CiiicAdb!). Oct. 4. The Titacs this morning publishes the following Under display headlines) For a Vcelc past a dozen gentlemen have been gathered at thcGrand Pacific in car rtest discussion of a plan which sounds like a tale from the "Arabian Nights." If carried out and $20000000 of solid cash have beeii paid into it it will be their 'scheme the result of which will make railroad trains seem Itkc mere stage coaches and will make the transportation of mails almost equal to telegraph allow the business man to have his office in New York and live m Chicago with no more in- convenience than if his home was around the corner the tourist will be permitted to live in any part of the United States one day and any part of Europe the next and anyone may have an opportunity of leaving Nellie Bfy back in the middle ages by mak- ing a circuit of the globe in just five days. The project was completed yes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 October 1890

S'-vt'. '' 'jt'. '" 5JW f v.v j-i'-t M 1 ; iVJ'V II . y vj&r r JT' " ' - ) I iota.' . je.w.i.-.j.hj..i;...m .niuii.iw.il II HIPXWJIllunwlliMWInnwwinWi ISiM 4 o Uc. f ' '; " '"'" ' - . !.... .. IW. fIh Abilene Reporter. -i.. PUBU3HED AT ABILENE - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY OCTOBISft to t8oo JOHN HOENs & IZxMor. Office In Honlcr Ihiilclinjj on Second Street. Katcreil at llio Abilene Toxn. Postofllco its HccondClass Msll Matter Subierlptlon Hate. One year ................ .$1.5 Sixmonth... ....... .f... 75 Three months... ........ .......... 40 ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR ASSESSOR. For assessor Andrew R. M66ne. JFor assessor J. W Christopher for assessor l II. Johnson. FOR DISTRICT AND COUfJTV CLKRK.' - ' 'lb' . For district and county clerk D. J. Red for re-election. -J FOR. SHERIFF AND COLLECTOR'.. For sherd and collector J V.' Cunningham fo rerelection. '" FOR COPNTY JUDGF- Fpr county judge" D. .G; Iliil. Forcoontyjudgereelectioni II'. A. Porter. J'OR CONSTAUti. For constable . precinct No. J...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 October 1890

t ;i. M j'.' m I I mi ii mull nut ii n ! ii.iJi-iii. -. . Hm i.f. -.. . m.i.n I ii i n .1 -- . -f .fc.r 1 ...hum 1..1. 1 -inxm HtnnwAi .1 n..n K I- 'A -l N T l I "A I ' .'. .' V 'I ''' L-i-XriM VHi hi wmam mm0f m. EVERYBODY IN THE f'ililene iS4Mu send Copies of the Maps and febpptive Pamphlets of Abilene E ?r W"W Vvjr TO STHEIR- FRIENDS EAST! ?he cost is only 'each copy. We will be glad to sup ply all that may purpose 0r to r j i mmmgmmm w 9 I ft I i I - I I I Y $ To persons East who are thinking of moving. Call on or Write GARTERS LOANS AND STOGK . ABILENE THE NEW -STORE. HEADQUARTERS FOR 5 10 AND 25c GOODS ! .; ON SATURDAY OCTOBER loth L. N. MURDOGK will pen a store in the building second door north of Post Office on the West .Side of Chestnut street of 5 io and 25 cent goods con- sisting of - Notions Novelties Jewelry Gents' Furnishing Goods- Tinware Glassware Stationery Children's School Supplies Hosiery Towels Napkins Handkerchiefs Suspenders Laundry and Toilet Soaps Buttons To...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 October 1890

w . .ttm- it - K5U-"". - k mmv linn' i KumrcKiAMs in texas. Dan bounty Kentuckians Invited to Combine to Mftko the Day A Success. The invitation committer of the . Kentucky association of Texas met last Vgntng in the office of Hildrcth & Ecltnbiisoii in order to make arrange .merits to interest Kentuckians through' out the stale on Kentucky day. The . weans to be rirpvldcd for the enter- ' ' tainment of the guests have hot as yet been decided upon but it has been agreed to have Kentucky headquarters and n register at the fair grounds where badges will be provided .and it is expected that the Dallas rouuty Kentuckians will entertain their guests The following is tho in- vitation sent out: We the undersigned a committee appointed by the local association of Kentuckians living in the city Of Dal- las adopt this method of notifying all Kentuckians living in Texas and ex- tending to them a hearty invitation to participate in and enii&t their interest .on Kentucky day at the great...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 October 1890

-i t r yftrjtv - V fJ i7p V 'J'W' ' tfiJ&$?' 'W' lwfSrnTffP r tlAP JOHX'S JOXAK. Aa ji?4" Writer Make tke Merchant Prlace lHctmItent. FASiiiNOTON Oct. a It hns been. pnerai unuersmtiuing lor a gooa ribcars that an honest confession mii for the soul. John Waiia- neinir outwardly at leant . Very ijjfhaS made an honest confession tfeotly of course knowfc Unit Joint maker is postmaster general of itcd States and that he is also lor of a bargain counter In iilnhia. Wananiaksr was never )iWnIh J( outside of Philadelphia before ifwidential election of tS88. : became smitten with Dudlev kitty contributed $40000 hm- rvie corruption fund and took Jn raising $250000 more to in the hands of Dutllev and iMt was this service to .the - i-WA-1rtTtt 'Hftfr liulllnnrl X.lko iu huikc wanamaKer nis pr general waiiamaker is a WtiMtyertiser in the newspapers of mia. ne puousiifs several K day xezirdiha the attrac- MTM Ilia ktnrfi'flnfl hnrirnin rnnntera Me iJEtladelpfiia papers al these linunicauons ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 October 1890

a'rfr:1'! ' v;.; JiJ ' ' i' ' ' &. .- -'I ; "' - -. t-t -li wiw. Il AW. . m- 1 Wl Y- c ii-. .... . ;'. ; ' 1 jv EJ i t' I' ?'. -.& P?M ttri Car Im4 Cameron & Phillips ItaVe just re grived two carloads of cooking rind beating stoves embracing every deS crjptfon and kind of stoves made. Those goods arc first-class and will' be sold it a small profit. Call and sec them before buying. . ii i' 'i ' Sewerage. Good surface sewerage can be had here at little expense and while' the cement sidewalks are being put down stone gutters should be' built by the city and the streets graded that the water may be carried off. The city council should strain a point to crfrry. this out. m ' Sidewalks. One of the heaviest tax-payers in the city said to a RferoRTER man yes- terday that he wbild not contribute another dollar to a public enterprise until it wis settled by actual work that the sidewalk ordinance would be en- forced. Sidewalks throughout the city can be constructed without much ex...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 October 1890

-' . ' r; ' ?.. n " v -" .- - ! . ' ' 'II ' '- ---t lllnllll-lrilhllfll I I V ' "' ' ' '' T '' ' ' ''" " ' "'. ' "' " ' ' " 1 u ' " " ' "" -' ' ...'.. I -.r. i .! !.:...:..;. ... .i.il. ;. "-1. t....Hf..ri . i. t-ni.i. i-f ..ti. k . v- fl- - i ! i )t .t .. . HI J if J i i?ri....l.l 11.. ! n.i I ..W.l.J'W.IStti... MiMjynlih) in i H Hji m iTi .ti.i.t li Ml i III luMtil jn il Muppitinl.ii.!! tj ljftU)jtf4i '"i' I U ttiil. . UI .j.m'Ui ft. n fri .Hi' I "lir .1 Hi I Hmrf n Tr . m iiili .Mil i. I .1 I in M i!U f a.l 1 I i i 1 1 i fi Ii i The Abilene Reporter. I.' iv vox m - ff-;'v jin Bowie or the Siege of the Umnbk At thb club room? 1ait I'htirs- day night brought dut a very good Jiu9 ( Tltc play was Very effectively "riut 6nH by"tliirry T Leonard's splendid 'company considering the poor stage .accommodations afforded. If was im " poMtble to use the special scenery currkd by Mn Leonard for the his- toric djaiJUi which of course detracted tfrr. the.eflect very much. However the. patrons r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 October 1890

. II . l jlid miU 1 k I. " .'J I i i CHAHIKAI rAITHOXlf. Appoint OVei' th SetttkwBt0m JUiry mi S4m8ip JUo ? CiRtltMii . Si' LGMS Oct.. 8. J. N" JFnlttiorn fcHairman of tire Western and Nortti- wcSterrt dtvisloh of the Western Freight association lina been appointed to the clm(rniatslii) 61' the SotitliWcs- tern R&iiwnyatul Stettmshii association. Thfc headquarters ol the Southwestern Association are located in. St. LvVujs and Air. Kaithhorn will remove from Chicago without delay tic sent in Ins designation of the Northwestern chairmanship yesterday. The posi- " tfdrt pays $15000 a year There will now be no further delay in placing upon a solid basts the. Southwestern association as the successor of the Southern Interstate. The Grape-Fruit. Comparatively little is known in this country of the grape-fruit or pomelo which JS now widely grown in Central America. The pomelo tree is a riativc of China and Japany and wits first brought to the Vcst Indies by Captain Shaddock. Thence it ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 October 1890

Uh. wbw. t? . I ll.. fill II & hi 4tiiWi Hm'f 'li'.l Tli Omttwt Ooriwiwtwd y OhMMJy Bd&Tot Oct. 8- tpii3y served Wijth -Mayof tafcri was the following no- fNotkci.is hereby given you by tfod 'ncrtt kin Of the late tit. Benjamin Franklin and tbe residuary legatee tin der his last will ahd testaWcnt that they claim to bfc cot tied to Hhc fund' created by him in favor of young Mr. jftflflftof the city of Bostotn and l'l' Stimulations thcrebf which originally 'amounting to 1.000 pounds' anpearsby the annual report of the treasurer td have amounted on Febru- ary Vst i8tQ to. $368741. You kre hereby further notified (o hold and dispose of the same subject to their order and not otherwise Gray & Lokino" "The matter has been referred to the t corporation council. Courier Jour- nal. Useful lessons at tho Fairs. The tastes and needs of men lead irt different directions when the fqir grpu ds are reached one man going directly to the department for horses and another to that for cat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 October 1890

mrnl'Mk i The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT ' AfelXtBNB - - TEXAS. FMDVY OCTOBER 17. '890. JOHN HOENY JRS Editor. Office In Itordcr IluiUlInf on Secontl Street. (entered nt tlto Abilene Tcxny Poitotilce n fioeoml-t'lnii Mill Mutter. 8ufccrlptttn Bati. One ycrtr. .. i.ii.fi tt$t o Six months ... .... 75 Tlirec months. . 40 HNNOUNCETCENTS. FOR ASSESSOR. For assessor Andrew K. Moone. For assessor J. W. Christopher. For assessor II. II. Johnson. -i- FOR DISTRICT AND COUNTY C1ERK. For district and county clerk D. J. for re-election. Red FOR SUKRUK AND COLLECTOR. For sher'IT and collector J. V. 'Cunningham lb' re-election. FOR CUUNTV JOUGE. For county judge D. G'. Hill. For county judge sp-cleciion Hi A.Porter. FOR CO.VSTA1ILE. For constable precinct No. J. II. YilIiams. For constable precinct No. I J. G. Now- lin. ' - For constable precinct No. I J. V. Haley. FOR ANIMAL. AND HIDE INSPECTOR. For animal and hide inspector T. L. Odom. For animal and hide Inspector J. H. Ker- shaw. Fofanima...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 October 1890

I" fc.W. .! -' .' MT..iiii ZLd-.il.IE5 EVERYBODY IN THE "Abilene Should send Copies of the Maps and Descriptive Pamphlets of Abilene and the 'Abilene Country" to TO THEIR FRIENDS EAST ! The cost is only . each copy. We will be glad to sup ply all that may be needed for that purpose or to mail copies HEIEIr To persons East who are thinking of moving. Call on or wri1;e CARTER L-AJSTIDS. LOANS AND STOCK ABILENE UGGIES! Splendid variety embracing -AT- ABILENE 3L.OCA.Ij Texas and Fnciflo Local Time Table EAST-BOUND PASSENGER. Arrives .................. 1 1 ;oo A. M. Departs ( 11:25 A. M. WEST-BOUND TASSENGER. t Arrives. ... .. 34 ' Departs.. 1 ...... ...... . 3:55 r. M. Join the board of trade. Mrs. Mayfield returned jirpm.. San ATTfonTo Sunday. Ground was broken Monday for the Reporter's new buildinp J rjpr. and Mrs. T M. Blakemore re- turned from San .ntonio Sunday Who wouldn't be sweet? New crop Louisiana syrup at Mackeehney's. tf ' ' ' V W I 11 1 11 11 a W. H Gilliland is confined to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 October 1890

.-.V'Yy.fafr. !. M.t4-fci. .fWVtfHH1"'''''' ' ".ivm.. fci.-a -hi li 4- 1 1 ... S- 4v . 1 u Ik fl I ?.'' j-i " -i )' 0X8X6 B1R1WT9KT. .tflrtf HiNlrt8ttm1iir oehool 0:90 a. ttt cf- VIoh ftt 11 n m. and H:JK) p m.; prayer meeting '?Tfty Wednesday night. Methodlti Bouth-iinday ncliooljOiSO a tn.l fcervlet at ll n. in. unit H p. m. s prAybr meeting etetr Wednesday ovenlng nt 8 p. in.' JftUIOf. Church of tho Heavenly Itesl-HcrTlee bit Sun- day at II ft. in. and 8t.lO p. m. excepting on tho second aulidnyt WeOncwlay OTcnfngn at B!3g: Sunday Rchool at 0:30 a. in. Christian Church-Sunday nchool at 0:SOa.m. S aerrics every Sunday t lla. in. and 8 p. in.) prayer meeting Wednesday night at B.p. m.t communion fctrlrenlintnricr quiuiar rchool on Ont ami tiorottdsu inlay and Jnit after preach ing ou third and fourth Stmdaya G.A.FAhia l'ntlor. Cumberland l'retbjterlan Church Service CTory Sunday morning and evening! Sunday Khool at:TO a. m.? prayfcr-mcetlng Thiirday evening Hov. J). C. Ifowltt past...

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