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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 March 1891

U Tr. 8W- 4 v j r$ i . .Of. f-v r-sl Ax JUUtftM t tit nrrs. frfer an alt (Khar lte of ' TXM Atran Testes Mardh 4 19. Wtkthe undittfgnJ lneinbers of the farmers) alliance bt Texa$ ' come bcfbtdtfit; io)f(? with fact that ought .g 10 ims Known i o The grand principles bf the order & are as enduring as time. Their very flr" grandeur adds to the calamity caused WV hyany violation of them. They arc Vf being and have been violated by the very mcn in whom we have most . trusted. These violations and their ' '" perprct rations lmve reached their lintlr when forbearance ceases to be a vir-' tuc therefore we enter our solemn nrotest. These nrineinles were violi. SV 'ted in the organization of the Alliance I " Exchange at Dallas where thousands Of dollars were wrung from the pockets 01 many poor men in 1 exas uy taking advantage of tender t:es Of fraternity with circular!) making professions which have proven falscf ana promises ; which were never intended to be fill- filled. T!'e manageme...

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 — 13 March 1891

mmmmmmmmmmimi " - .mgiaiiMwg1 t ..if I " t - i- t iTiMMnnihiiiiftiiiiTinMh iilfcWilHPW riiiiTiiHIMlT'iirwr-'-j;-- - 7I i ' tiiIiltMirlfr'- '" L tttztit ' . .. j.- fV j J J" """fla" TTlk I I l& m I Jft ' ml I ft' I I I I W .M . M ' M m ' ' j . . i . ' I I m ' ..; I ... I ' fa 1 il I m I I m. I I -TT- 1.1 -.. . i't U.JB JUJlflllWm -ylL.U':2 - llll ' - ' TT1" IT ' . B D rM ' -IM . - TH ' ' H M B. H 'M H 'Ti m . . M - HV M rVtll 'Si. VJ Ul I L; sMW' I AH I f w"l I ':' 1 I I I I ' '1 "' T '1 'I." 11 1 I I 1 - I 1 I I' I " I I V'i'v f 1 ' ' -' V '-' f .''."' V I X aW M I V-lf 1. J 'I i A'.y I -i.. V' JL JL l' - Fl-71 ; P ; ' JL JL K vx j - - ' 1 w 1(1 f V .U VI i" x i i r t 1 '. ntf.i v a hlu -m SATURDAY MARCH 14 MONDAY -dCiaapagackxQSg aJs.:-. 'XiXXXXXXXXOZi We'take pleasure to "herewith announce our first special sale for he sprmg season.of 1891. As in the past we propose to Wake -these sales a utiiqiTe arid attractive feature of our business and to place on our counters not alone s...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 March 1891

--- i . m Gree jephyr Of ll shade t ijie J i i " lfubrifef toos liaVe arranged to Can 'r m CARTER & GARTER rTHE I.AND AGENTS. did that favorite 'lia'rvcsler again r-lfrr Wood. 10tr m " S; Lapowskl & Bro announce a lot ofliargaipslntheUKroRTKR to-day. Read' their advertisement on fourth page. f v- W: .'Always Have BARGAINS in alLkihds pfftBA L ESTATE. i uuuooq acres 01 jlm.inju' i.uu(up. 11315 acres Choice Suburban' property. 546 LOTS $40.00 up. RESIDENCES. $4oo.oooip CHOICE BUSINESS PROPERTY. AGENTS for the T & P. R. R. CO. and the FRANCO". TEXAN LANp CO. Lands in' Taylor Jonj2s Shackel- ford Fisiier Nolan Mitchell and Howard Counties. These are Choice Lands Low Prices Long Time and Low In- terest. ' ' PERFECT TITLES TO K.VERYTUIKO VlZ SELL AND ENEKYTH1N0 STRICTLY AS REPRESENTED MAKING PURCHASERS ABSOLUTELY S-A.IFIEi -AJSTID SrSCTTIRIEJ. fe - GALL AND'SEE US over Bass Bros drug store on Pine Street; or write to 'us for DESCRIPTIVE PA IVtPHLET which will be mailed FREE; W...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 March 1891

j.j i m ir ri-f Li ..iteJ " THE SHIN TTK FIB. 8E Ma a Mm4 ArHaMt te Favor ' et Xiboral Appropriations by c Mfct Zgibttotr. ' JV jA ft' ' MiKiniU vA'tMlHrff. flo inrtofthe Union lias nii)re to gson than tlie situth by a full display of Us' resource and evidence or nrMgrvtf nj ttK World' Columbian l5tosltipn. Rich in all the condition tfjealth. with its immense nttural advantages m jfet but partially appropriated it atSirda to-day the nii$t enviting field i trMlis continent fur the immigrant 1 the manufacturer and the safe and Ativan tiigeou investment of capital. Walkout the leat dispaMgcmtnt to .- vtber sections it may he truthfully said that the south ins mure and superior .id vantage to oifrr hoih to the irnniign.1t and capitalist than any -other section our country. iliat distinguished and observant chien Horw Chauncey M. IK'po. Tetfeiitly made an extensive tour through t iHie Aduihem states. In an address to 1 11. l ..' f I.. If... ir i wr viumiit vsuji.iiuiuii ui nuc win vertty...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 March 1891

J 4 i V 1 F' It J J J. J A IA1TTT FLAT. Hff Wanw tlw XflsUUr to Afjertlwtke liat. Austin Tex. Marcli 3 The Apportionment question Was presented to the legislature to-day in the shape of a message from his excellency tiie gqvernor. " .Accompaning be official census of the state by counties are the following observations: Herewith is transmitted for your consideration and use the official sta- iisucs til uic pupumuuu ui 1MU3 uy counties furnished me on request by th utiiiArintFnffrrtf rf tli rptictna. Tf H(iu uc iiictu;u mat 1113 iinui iiiauun could tfo'.lrave been tiKttitrcd earlier. However there yet remains ample: time at this session in which- your lion orable bodies may apply it with adv'un tagc to the people. 1 he apportion Inent of the state can and should be made before the adjournment of the present session thereby avoiding the. expense pf a special one-for thrit pur- pose and it is with much confidence that I express the hope that St will be doner "In performing this delicat...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 March 1891

J) iffimii'iinn TJfWifT 'itii.' -V. V rFf- v."E i5 " 1 CURRIE ST1TH HENDERSON .V.Pfca 4LHNDMND LOHN fe- Jtf n o o u o rt V w- o v :u u CO' u AO A" M I4-'' -- v -V.' ' ' 4) . - -f AO''; M ? I' 1 '? SWJ.i. lsfc: yr :..! tf fe iMtfoX .Vt" o.- j j ilV-f ' n. iy-p V' i T f o. ;' f-: liffi'BiJh. ?3 ' ? : 184 mi it'1 w :s o iKil '.:&'.. k!u M VV'ji. W 163 WA A. !J" i. : f ' '.. vi ' 'tin Jk; to '''KJv:'W$p .? ;?.' abao- s V & oi r 177-44. rtA' '00 '. 4 "H .! if" rr' .': 1774X; !JO0 j& s '.. 'f : -j .:: S'ii-J4'V. ': .'' v 4 N;r" V- &?H' ;. r! lti'V Li' '.ia. '. . a- a. -wii''! . 'A' 4050 c'.V. -S T".ft ' 'f. J-.ttTFtel !rv NflH(Myi rH: j -.'i3 f- Jt ly Kfif o ' "V IBSA. '!! ' A: Maflci.i.: rt d' '.V tH: i ts () JS; Ut - -4 3 O fli .rt ri E v; h. H rt . o .Is ' 1IA;1.I1 ICVOLK JHi..- . ' r . iMK 1. iliff IfCft j'- "!.. a mountain . i.' . .'CpV1. ':.v ! .'. ki- ' - 1-3 ... ' ... J w . ... l .r .'-'.U'vrY' .;4yvvy; v. 'fVi- ' . '. j a j .. .". . -" )'-. ' ' ' Wg 4 I ' j? ( w -...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 March 1891

'.- Tva. ..Jl.. ...VJa ""A v.?t:l .i..i?S isp2li-r VOL. X. ' ABILKK15 TEXA8 TJt)AY MORtflNG. MAX OH 20 IS61. KO. 13 The AbIleisje Reporter. - ..... ......1. ? -..I .j...(..wi. .... .. ...fc . -r - -.: .'' - --j-rrr-. - 'k. - -zrjrirr. xts&rtzzzizZszz .ht ..trr.Sit.T -rrrr.rr-Jr-LilJlt-1 -r-' ;" t;rxrx.t jr-sr-r: "tf1 ' " " ' - '" t - T "'- ' ' " " ' m ' as: i ' c finnnclal. ' Yesterday morning the RKroRTEfc Www visited the banks of this city to in- terview the cashiers on the Ai1anci.nl Situation of the day. I first' visited the Abilene national batik and put the following question1 iQ'Mr. Lowdon the casfiicrj ist "What is tlie condition of the money market?" Mr. Lowdon renlied: "Money here -j) s similar in condition that now exists Ugj in every hamlet in the United States tuning p cumparisuii ui ucjiusus wim this time last year the banks in the Abilene country show- a greater hold- ing and icss loss than urywhere known to me." ad. "How do you account for pres- ent local stringe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 March 1891

6 I 1 - 1 i t ". - jh !" " -t wiw xp vtwsw; - HBMWiW CAPITAL TBI flOHT 01 TH IIOVJIXX. oownt- 9HMV wB sr'swjwnw WV sWrjtMsw w IWttr-r (Hfc. Xt&mtx far wtli 4t-Mm jLwrtta XMytal AprUl Correspondent to Uie'HrronTtn Austin TkX Mar. 13 i8or Tlie war over the Commission bill still rages. The senate has simply played havoc with the Terrell substitute bill paised by the house. l"he amendment by ri senate on (he elective and appoin- tive feature of the bill while in fact ot. the most important has caused wore commotion than any qther amend hWM to the bill which has been passed by the senate In fact when it became known that the senate had substituted the elective lot the appointive feature J--ovcr which such a fijjht had been made m the house it created a mild sensa- tion. The reason for this is the fact that Governor Hogg had asked for that clause and said he would veto any Commission bill which refused to allow the governor to appoint the cpmmis- Mooer. The bill was changed from appoi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 March 1891

;" K fc. Lfc A-? .' a 11 ( ?. O law ). Txt. The American Woril XefWrter yV oFTexftt in an editorial fa late me: To the average northerner Texal presents much that is surprising novel and interesting; surprising bccifuse the state )ias bceii sadly misrepresented; hove! and interesting; because it pos- sesses fcuch a'diversity of resources such nn unlimited field for individual enterprise and because the vastness of its ocean of land can scarcely be corn prqhcrided Until traversed It is safe to venture the assertion that during the next five years Texas wilt show greater development than any oilier state in the union. Every- thing points in this direction. Every- thing favors tlifa prediction. The state has generally been known as n grazing country a huge cattle and sheep ranch peopled by a lawless class uncultivated in 'manner rough in their dealings with men in fact the real cow boy ele- ment and that ft is a great prairie up- on which a number of cities have jl -sprung up like mush...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 March 1891

ffi&mi .....- -- .;& r si SATURDAY March 21 f 1 i- IT MONDAY March 23. yvvvvwwvvHrvvwwvOvAAAii ' ' ' t' .' WVIVVWUVMMWVWVWWVVlMWVVVyVVlMlVVVWW ' T ' TwjiBUlliJrLZ aL;WPi J. .11 i oW fcTlHf'T""n' . I immi. " '''' "v Wrtsr. X ... - . li?1Mi:i.iail Villi kirt'llllllffflTifITmoT-'''7f" ' '" i'-1 Vfl5jw--r--------J- --- - .rrrz ..m.. at r.r t.ii. ! wr-ats. i iT.nl. 4W W' -- .-.I'lLte - - . ' (.- T t .aaaaa Gt BFvCJ w. - . '.:.; SPECIAL S-AJEjIEj r (I HHiBWHHI bbwW ammmmmmmi "Baamj V ammmmmmm' am) amaa Baaaaaaaaaw aaBBaaaaaaaaa s-c ! IV H ) J it?- r z 1 qE'- .. he backwardness of Spring and the continual arrival of avalanches and car loads of new goods has led us to make the posititavan nouncement to-day of an extra special cut in prices. To those whom the bad weather ot the past weeic prevenieu irujn afrnrlirirr cur m-tmrl cnrinor nnrnincr we WOlllfl saV fhnh wp Vinv diinlimted hearlv eVervthinfT Sold last Saturday and MpndaYfc;; 1 ' ! 11 . .1 1 j.i. 1 T).' !.1 l1?" ?.... 1 i. i....

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 March 1891

'1!!'J '""''"' ' ' jliHiHii ' I l mi; i Jinai'ii i Him ! i i.n mil l& HM(hl' k Co hYe Mi m h. u 1 R.K i k::-. $ A- .$ .& : 41.1 K"" J V r 14 t 51THB LAND AGENTS. ZJ I' Always Have BARGAINS in 1000000 acres of 136 acres Choice jjSf '46 LOTS $40.00 KKSIDENGES $400.00 up." CHOICE BUSINESS PROPERTY. AGENTS for the T. & P. R; R. CO. and the FRANCO TEXAN LAND CO. Lands in Taylor Jones Shackel- ford Fisher; Nolan Mitchell and Howard Counties. These are Choice Lands. Low Prices7 Long. Time and Low In- terest . ' - I PERFECT ! '-'' TO EVERYTHING WE pSTfilCTLY AS &i)V.-; MATrywrs-prrRnTTAR'RTfs ATtsnT.TTnrRyrv tn ATT A4 ; . . :rt.L.u ainm iiii ua over uassiiiros. drug store on Pine : Street; or write to us for DESCRIPTIVE PAMPHLETS '.which will be mailed FREE. fiS$ e reer ky permission to all LOCAL. Texas and FInc local Time Table. f EAST-HOUND PASSENGER. Waives. . .V. ........ . 10:46 a. m. Departs . ..........11:05 A. M WEST-BOUND PASSENGER.. Wmves. .... . ...... 4o5 v. M. D...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 March 1891

f S V hi !. imww JPOULTRY DEWRTItEHT Ttjls M tlirectnt wtii.ni I my this w4 a mccc ctibnctJ frotn the imcier' Monthly which' .will an wW for th& jptatt of tliii Country M well a In California. 1 consider tt tSecc gooS and worthy of every breeders careful perusal. I have fought a fine male bird Tor which 1 jwid $t fc in the breeder's yard cooped4 ami ready to express and which tost me laid down here $15.90. When t received Jhtn I was well pleased $6fte Way ask why did you send north (of your stock? I ariswer because I B could n6t get. at that time what I stated nearer home. Why did you send north for your new blood? I give the same answer but now as we have povd breeders near home and those who sell good stock and 'who "breed so anyone can introduce hew TiTood front their jfards there is Wo Use of sending north for stock or fresh blood. You can now purchase stock -close at home of good thoroughbred fowls fur from a $1 00 to $25.00 a .piece the latter price being much too large fo...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 March 1891

I HI lmirfllHl in tV i w . X J It j-r -i- fyf- - ' ffcrfn Mpwft We dip th fejtbv&if MA riW EHil- 1m elevator company circular dated March 14th; In view of the immigration pouring into tlic state and the development that wilt be made in the future it is hafd for the mind to grasp the vast territory with its varied interests cli- mate and productiveness as a whole and the best way to get a good idea of jt is to take it mdetail. l'or this p Ur- pose wc suggest a few thoughts on the country through which the Texas & Pacific railroad passes. Not tnany people think that a train running at the rate of 20 miles 'an hour On this rOad from cast to west would bq almost two dsys and nights making the trip and still be in Texas and that it would take almost a daylight trip to pass over the northern branch. The road and its northern branch passes through 33 counties whtfse total area is 36833 square miles equal to 23- S73iao acres the population of which was in 1880. 350000 and in 1890 51...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 March 1891

ity & 5 . 4 ' wta ..Wii1 ml l.yf' CUB & 'T'"- s - p . f .? j.i " . . oi li n o6 M LRND HMD LOHNI HENDERS MW .". "U. - fanMaava "ae. rt "Tli 1f -fid X':' .- o - tfl ''U Tfr1 .' .A 1 . : vi ' : -".'.. -r V ;'"" " '' 1 l" 10d " ' ' k' . '. A V ''T ': er. '! I o S CS rt .a . ti ....': " ; ..; -. V'K'V'"'.' ' ' . ' ' u "i - ' .r:.ii ' low. '. V.:;)fl V" nr.vov iqt aati. 183?OoA . s "wnr loo ' v r1 "?- i i . .' . j .. . i - i. ... wi.ii .. ' m."'? iR-''ife'1 .-: l a v V 1050 k j:s. Heifer SiNo. -104 "V LS.nTltlir itrvo)'xso. Hu-ii v "' - I .' Mj?C f ?. vn. . k. . - K Hl "T.. ' a . ' 1. . IT ' ' v 1 " V ' '. i-11. rt ' - : ....jop:.Tx.:-rcv :.u(i4?t.'--i.JV:L'.. :-io5oy .- SKEf '-iS -.?.! " ..-RalH Fntrlrr!ryiiiiViMW.iiii.fitoi..if.;'.u. p...... utflH. 1& '4v. l.-.'sly- J - .. a v.-r -i. ''. " 'iiw m li il liiinwnn ' i.JPj f. . V.I1 3IOtXTAlX jiV (y -'f'fg Cvrf !-r; . -' ''-.;;?j. .':j si .' iEr -?-3iijrti SttrT.'.Nh.tj?'''j t riu''j' : . a ' -v lMiM a) & m o oo w r r -' v'...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 March 1891

VOL. X ABIMBNE -TEXAS TRXbAY MORHlNO MARVB. 27 1891 N0. 13 nr fl rl fc4 A r. wf- I . 'sl y k t r " - - j : l; ( M? mJLm iJ iiiI'mi i. THE ' t o BROWN'S T LADIES' Best hand made French kid shoes. Best (Douglas) button slices Best kid shoes .' '"" ; Kid button shoes V .- . .'. . Glove grain button shoes Oil gram button shoes Unlined calf shoes Pegged kip shoes Misses' school shoes 11-2 Misses' school shoes 8-1 1 ;.;' Cheaper grades it-2 ''"f Still cheaper grades 8-uvi . v Ladies' driying. gloves .' Ladies' undressed kid gauntlet These goods nuist go early at ... WHO IS SHE ? MRS. COLLINS OF ABILENE. AND HEE STORY. She Paid 50 Cents a Night to Sleep With the Madame But the ' Mesmeric Powor Didn't Connect and so Sho Wanted Her .Money Back. According toan nfRdavit made in Justice Hrasswell's court yesterday a sntritualisl medium lias gotten herself Into a slight hit oftrouhle. The name hi the . $plrilualmedium is Madam Hoague and the parlors where she rh lies the gliosis of mortals who h...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 March 1891

1M '"Il-1"1" a ( :.4 ' m rt Conskfcrfng tlni great durability of aMterdrAins when well Uid.tlierc is no cJMr farm improvement so important 'rnttk profitable. The increased crpp drained land pays the entire expense ta three or Tour years nt farthest and eHeti in two crop3. ti " .tootl swtfel butter malc in tinier is mtdkred more appetizing by being csiorcd with fcny innoxious substance .qrt-a cross with Jersey or Guernsey fe the cOVj nnd tf c right kind of feed U color butter better than it can. be 4on& by art The Germart potash salts Are not ar. active ttaustic potash but are rather aworbersl of moisture and ammonia. j5p!f Hence they are excellent for applying m or in manure heaps helping to keep the manure from burning ahd trans- forming the potash into n nitrate which w one of Uiti most active and valuable ef aU manures farmers can get. The poor corn crop last year espe- cially combined with unfavorable win lei: weather wilt make sound sCed corn scarce the coming spring. The a...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 March 1891

Mv t ' f u y )t : j J. o Rk r 1 POULTTRY DfiPARTMEN ThW deirartment ioon1iicte b c K luuuh to whom all cotTenjwuiencc otVtli intdcei tioiUJ SdaBonablb Subjects. - X this week frjve another clipping from; Hie "Fanciers Monthly" which wlH do all true breeders nnd those breeding thoroughbred poultry and those who are interested in poultry good to consider I h ive heard from none of our Cinders yet. THE KOOSTipQ TAClii Where do your hens roo3t? ' The answer to this question Very often re- plies to the query what makes my fowls slieeze and choke so as if they had caught cold!" That is just what ails them they have caught cold and flllitt lil-i-li ili rnnitinit til-ino id In V blame for it or rather the one who puts his fowls in such a place. A good many experienced poultry-keep- . ers in California start out with the idea that this is a "semi-tropical" country. Get rid of that notion at once! The sun doesn't shine at night and "some days are dark and dreary" even here. The warm poultry h...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 March 1891

T7TJ tf VD ? ' i. 'Ii i h .1 n ml. ... ;' j .) ii. i JJi .1 ' '' . ''- '"" ' ... .. . ' V"" J l. . ...f r.. c -h K.j.wOU.j.fi.i i. . - -.. 1 . .. t i .p- ' "F-T- v. ' !-. iiii. .nf .... -..i.ii.lii I .. i iT . -. ') B. LHPOMSKI 5t BRO ) w i -1.1.1 ...l. ji iifr--iMftni. m m ti t . 1891 SPRING 1891t 1 : t1 f ' W '4T 5Sfrj5!9$N!v6'5 - levv goods are daily arriving in every department and no trouble and expense has been spared to give to the people ofjfAbilehe and vicinity such a variety of qualities and styles as has never before been shown in this portion of the state. While we are selling .'v.'vr tTfrt oWlr ItS niif oefoKlipIimonf of fVw l-liriet' rtrkctMltln hnfiii-o vtre -In nnl- l-M-i?o tHrrhf- rt nHofinr errri trtrinct fl'f ffnpf Iflfl TOT flllf vl 11 " 1 s !1 1 T? icujui ajjcijicu 5tiir:s. jl' ui mwjJimiB 4 r H M n t ( c h. ' tl r jjsjLS-LJ. SStli WIS SlA."VD3 PLACED 03ST OTTIR OOTJOSrTIEIE&S : White Goods. .4M 2000 yards India Linen Striped Lawns and Nansookat 6 3-40 regul...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 March 1891

--"( r i 5 v IT kr 1 Ut w"t r vP TT4 My T CARTER & THE LAND &f Always Have -BARGAINS in 1000000 acres of LAND $i.oo up. 136 acrs Choic Suburban property. 1. '46 LOTS $4000 up. Residences $400.00 up. CHOICE BUSINESS PROPERTY. AGENTS for the T. & P. R. R. CO. and the FRANCO- TEXAN LAND CO. Lands in Taylor Jonps Shacicrl- ford Fisher Nolan MiTCiiELLand Howard Counties These are Choice Lands Lojv Prices Long Time and Low In- terest. 1 PERFECT TITLES TO EVERYTHING WE StLt AND ENEKYTKING STRICTLY AS REP.RESENTED r MAKING 'PURCHASERS ABSOLUTELY &AJ&J& JL3STJD SECURE. .CALL AND SEE US over Bass Bros drugstore on Pine Street; or write to us for DESCRIPTIVE PAMPHLETS which will be mailed FREE. We refer by permission to all the Banks of Abilene. LOCAL Texas and Pacific Local Tims Table EAsrir.ouND passenger. Wrrjves ......10:40 A. m Departs.... ............ ..... 1 1:05 a. m WEST-BOUNb PASSENGER. Wrnes 4:08 r. m Departs ......... 4:30 r. M SPECIAL. WANl KJ. 11)00 line o...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 March 1891

.) i U .... .H I I t ! rwmv. Oram JUiwA kj 1H1UCiu Awneftof experiments were utnttj eValihe unfveriy of Illinois under the direction of IW. G. E Moms ty Pio&B'. H Fnrrmglon. the istnnt chrndsf io deteHnine the effect Of diluting milk Wjih watr when setting it for ctcn'ta railing. The statement follows: "In these experiments jhu milk was wti lit t1a$$ vessels three inches in tlU ttNMter filling the depth of eicht in ifj.k.- (..i.T... .1".. t ... rl w 3 nine more man one quan ui r ifHc oeiog uscm in c.tiv case in one es of experiments the milk was set mmtn at o? uenreest in anniner at go degrees- The water added varied in the different trial Iroiu $t to 57 de- grees; the air temperature from 46 de Srers.(m the night) to 75 degrees. In every case the addition of water caused the cream to nse more quicklyt then when water was not added; and in alt caves the time decreased as the percentage in water increased- When the mixture was equal quantities of water and milk nearly all the fat...

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