The Abilene Reporter. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 47, Ed. 1 Friday, November 23, 1888 Page: 1 of 8
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TIIEO. HEYCK President. ' WM. CAMEUON yicoPrcildonfc
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Ate having a big trade on
Blue Grass Sulky Plows
as well as the Meikle walking plows.
The merits of these goods are suehjs
that it will pay to investigate them.
Everyone sold under a strict guaran
tee. Simple light draft easily man-
aged and the best of work done.
Elegant Heating and Cook Stoves
Doings '(it be National Capital During the
Taut Week'.."' '
Washington ...Nov. 2o.Thenew
bureau in the acricultural derxirtment
I authorized to be established at the last
session of concress and known .as the
bureau of correspondence vvith agri
cultural stations- has been assigned
auartersjn the east end of the depart-
ment building and has begun work un-
der the directiou of P. W. Otwater.
Bulletins will be published from time
to time setting out the results of agri-
cultural experiments in thjs country
and abroad which will be distributed
among experimental stations'. A fea-
ture of the 'work will be to engage the
ablest specialists in this country find
Europe to compile articles .on subjects
about which intormation rnay ue re-
quired for general distribu(on when-
evqr the importance of the subjec
seems to warrant '.thy expensei Still
onnilior fnnrlinn of the bureau' will be
fio supply congress with' information
'tW m.iv' be found necessarv to aid
legislation upon agricultural matters
The navy department has no intor-
mation of the reported surrender to the
commander of the United States
steamer Boston of the steamer HiiyUen
Republic by the authorities oft Hay ti.
The onlv reriort received from -Cant.
Ramsey and thtswas received by mail'
Siaieu inai me jnuiiun uuitmia nau
released the American schooner Wil-
liam Jones which had been'.seized on
suspicion of engaging in filibustering
after' an investigation which established
Texas patents were granted to-day :
Edwin L. Barber Henrietta combined
or convertible tool; Thomas W
Carrico San Antonio odorless dry
outhouse and apparatus for use there-
with) Thomas W. Carrico San An-
tonio combined sand and . gravel
washer j Edgar S. Harpst Tyler fruit
coring and halving machine; James C.
Holmes. Duranco. brace for bedstead ;
Rudolnh Schuster. Cameron double
point for plows ; Eugen von Boeckman
"AUSttrrrpowsr attachment tor ircacne
The secretary of the treasury has
awarded the contract for terra cotta
tiles etc; for the public buildfng at
Jefferson Tex to J. K Coster of
Baltimore Md at $1728.
Texas pensions Mexican survivors
William Ewton William Thomas.
Texas nostmasters appointed to-day ;
W C- Noble Ezell Lavaca cqunty ;
J W Jerrtigan Vanderpool Handera
ma wild cirl is running at larse in
the forests of Louisiana." Perhaps if
her pursuers were were to wit a bustle
properly baited they might capture Iter
without furtter tw&e.
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The Largest Banking Institution
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IN THE -
Capital Stock tnd DMivided Profits $150000.
Accounts of Merohonts Formers and Stockmen solicited.
Accommodations consistent with. Judicious oaniang onsev-
fully extended. The Colleotdon Department of this Baal:
is an important feature. Collections made on all points ami
promptly remitted for on day of payment.
J. H. PARBAMORE
OAPITAL $60000.00. OLDEST BANTK IK
SURPLUS 26000.00. WEST TEXAS.
Transacts a General Banking Business. .Collections a Bps-
cialty and Promptly Remitted ftr.
DIREOTOEB: J. H Barraitore O. At WrkJndR K. Wylia
Brooke 8mlth Otto W. Stsfrons T. 1. Rollins E. H.
Any 4rrMpondence in rard to tha Abilene 0injsjt
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Hoeny, John, Jr. The Abilene Reporter. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 47, Ed. 1 Friday, November 23, 1888, newspaper, November 23, 1888; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth330604/m1/1/: accessed February 15, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.