The Abilene Reporter. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, October 4, 1889 Page: 3 of 8
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Ellis Rlclianlson's Herd.
At ttio cni nf P.llia Uirhnrclcrtn'a
.hcrd of registered Holsteiti cattle
stands Zinka second boy who weighed
i 900 pouhds at two years old rind
whose grand dnm has rt record of 99
1 pounds In one day. 1 hts was one of
the finest of his breed at the Dallas'
fair and Was selected for his breeding
qualities both for milk and beef and
altogether he is oiic of the finest ani-
mals wc ever saw althougl'not in
anything like a showing condition.
He ncxtjias the two-year-old regis-
tered heifer Ellington 3d and she
gives great promise of being both a
breeder and a milker she giving this
spring when only 27 months old
nearly five gallons per day. After hdr
I'comes Wetthan 3d her halfj sister
' whb lias an eight months old! heifer
m t .? ft
calf by her s'e to speafyforfwr. fhis
calf js one of 0ie smoothest ind trim-
est things we ever saw and "'will be
heard from again.
Then he has the finest thing in the
beef line in the imported Hereford
cow pamby 7th who needs only to be
seen to be appreciated This cow won
first prize at Dallas in 1888 anc) has
three-other prizes to her credit. he
has by her side a heifer calf who'bids
fair to out rival her mother.
He has a young Hereford bull who
has just recovered from Texas fever
and is in -very poor condition and of
course does not show up as he would
""" jbhn Bowyer has the prize winning
Holstein cow Dorian 8101 H. H.
B. who so he informs us gave nearly
three gallons of milk yesterday morn-
ing at one milking and thisixow will
weigh 1400 pounds. The breeders of
this'jclass'otcatdei claim. them to be
fe-afjthe best all purpose cow.
V4-jT'ir- -.!' U fnllniuincr frnm tin TTnl-
stein Register :
Grber 4U1S butter record for seven
1 .consecutive days is 32 pounds and is
Another Holstein cow De Kol 2d
ownedby Dutcher & Sons.Maplecroft
N. Y.'has a record of 6 lbs. and 61-2
ozsf in one day' and33 lbs. and 6 ozs.J
n one week.
New Quic Train Service and Throujf b
Car line to the North and'East. k
iunAugust njn tne Missouri ivan-
sas & Texas railway in connection
with the Houston & Texas 'Cengal
railway and the Burlington route estab-
lished a new quick train service and
through car route between Galveston
Houston Dallas Sherman Denison
Parsons Kansas City Sedalia Hani-
" bal and Chicago making the time to
S-Chicago and the east many hours
UUlUftG UlUHj UJT ly UtMVi lUUlti X Ilia
popular line runs solid trains from
Austin Texas and Hanibal Mo. mak-
ing direct connections at Parsons for
KansaS'City at Sedalia for St. Louis
at Hanibal for Detroit and Chicago.
Through sleepers to Chicago and St
Louis with connections for all points
east and north. Through trains are
equipped with handsome day coaches
of modem design comfortable smok-
ing cars and luxuriant Pullman buffet
it sleeping cai3 111 .luuuiuu iu ticjjum
S-VC"V IVaa TArAininrr orc rn nil frninc loitAArt
T V '"- v- e """ "" "" '"-"--"
"Sedalia and Hanibal and on night
trains between Fort Scott and' St.
Louis If you contemplate a trip to
the north or east make no mistake as
to your route but take the short line
the Missouri Kansas Sct Texas trail way..
For tickets inaps guides etq. apply
o any M K&T. ticket agent or ad
dress P H- Hughes Texas passenger
agent Fort Worth Texas.
35-26 G. P. & T. A Sedalia Mo.
Artists : Call and see the handsome
premiums offered by P. H Carter 0
the Palace drug store for the best oil
painting exhibited at the Abilene dis-
trict fair. 37-tf.
Artjsts goods of-all. kinds. Carter's!
Palace drug.stqre. J J J t 37-tf '
Any person desiring to rent an office
or a bedroom in either of the M. L.
Minter buildings situated on North
Second street will plcase.caU-pr p.
W. Wristdrf for information. "
M. L. Minter.
C. W. Odom basordredcarjlqd
of smooth headed Mediteranen wheat
.Parties wishing it for fall planting
should aMjy oc aa- Hber of
' Irotl MoUntairi Route.
Id the most superbly equipped and
direct line to Little Rock Memphis
and St. Louis where immediate con-
nections arc made with ait roads to the
north) cast and west. The equipment
tfonsists office reclining chair carp and
Pullman buffet sleeping cars from1 all
principal points in' Texas through
without change. For -maps descrip-
tive land pamphlets folders etc. etc.
call on or "address the company's
agentsiorH C. ( Townscnd general
passenger aiid ticket agent St. Louis'
Mo'V 1 35-3
let it bo Understood v
that it is not my intention to tell you that
my Whiskey iVa Specific for consump-
tion Kidney or Liver Trouble or any
other disease. This would smack of
Quack and Humbuggcry which no
ana numuuggcry which uu
ilfc man would be guilty of. I will
rjf assure. you that t you feel
thejwant of !a' Stimulant or if ydlir
physician advises its use there" is' ab-
solutely nothing Purer in the world
than my Harper. Whiskey.
I. WiffARr-riR Distillery
Near New Haven Nelson Co. Ky.
Sold by Gus Ackerman's Delmonico
This is to certify that I have given
Mr. E. L. Ritch lessons in refraction
and accommodation .or the science of
"itting difficult eyes with glasses. I
pronounce him efficient and will guar-
anteethat he will fit the-most.difficult
eyes with glasses perfectly satisfacto-
rily. R. F. LeMond M. D.
36-tf Occiilist and Aurist.
Judge Connor says: "The district
fair is Unquestionably a great success.
"Yam.alwayslad.tpA6ee men of. ep-
terpriseandpushsucced An .iany un'
dertakmg calculated to advanc the in-
terests of their county. Your people
have reason.. to congratulate them-
l IT r.i i.i " f 'i..i
selves on inc results oiwnat ineynave
done to make a good fair: I have
known this county a lone time and
jfhe agricultural stock and displays are
lar peuer man 1 rnougni a icw years-
since couldeyer be made. The stock"
shows wonderful improvement. One
thing that strikeWjne favorably is the
nuiet; orderly behavibrijf tjhes. people
There is no quarreling fightrflK or
Urunkenness to to oe seen x ne peo-
ple are well pleased and I think great
go'odill 'result from'it."
Lumber Etc. Etc.
I am now well supplied with all
kinds of lumbers which I am selling
cheap R. H. Parker.
For Sale. v
143 i-io acresl of land off -of the
east enUjof the AI. Talbot survey 102
seven miles southwest of Abilene the
rqad to Buffalo Gap passing througb
it near the wert of the Santa Fe ex
tension. T. T. Fry Adms.
Gents' clothing for sale by Porter &
Reeves at prices lower than ever be-
'- " "" I
fore offered in Abilene.
J. W. Red & Co's line of new trim-
mings and sash silks are simply beauti
ful. Also a full line of new colors m
all silk warp french Henriettas. 37-tf.
Remember that J. W. Red & Co
make it a point to please jmeir patrons
both in goods and prices and whehf' you
are irt?search of anything really nice
you will find it at their huse. A gen-
uine treat awaits all who visit this
house for the finest .goods (as well
as a large stock of staples) ever ship-
pedUo WcstLTexas will be on their
) 4 V
Fair Fair Fair Fair.
Everybody is invited 'to see the dis-
play of fancy groceries at J. M. Rad-
ford's during the' fair. 38-tf.
Paints oils and glass at low prices.
Carter's Palace drug store. 35-tf
m 1 1 11
"Do"not buy your lamps until you
see the-elegant Ijnft jusjreceived at
Hnif aiace u? ?ty -; '' r ? 'f
JDbn't forget the Siiltwiroas'ted cafT'
at 25 cents is the best value in the
market. Smooth even choice grains
and a bargain for the money. For
4fey Rpfotti.& Mackjcfftcy. 38-tf.
Handsome Mohair bordered suit-
ings embroidered and satin striped
robes in dress patterns just opened by
Fruit fruit fruit fruit aU kinds at
38. J M Radford's.
1 ? in " 11 ir 1 1 1 1 - jut i r 1 . ' - - - ... j .- -
Shingles Sash DoorsLime
IS t ''
dualitv Guaranteed Bstlimates Furnished.
1 1 1 t r . .-u
Rollins & Young
f- 1 r1'- r
All Combine to Please and AttractI
We are now receiving the best selected line
Etc. ever brought to this
All-WoolBattistbs; Plain Alatros Check
ed Albatros Striped Albatros Strip-
ed Serges Henrietta Cloths
and SATEENS -
Before Purchasihg' Dress Goods.
-ivr I' I -T tT"N.I ' U'Pl'V' To say that this line is complete does not
-iy"-jS-"L I ' 7" J--'-V -- - do it justice so we shall uk you to caD
and examine before making your purchases. No trouble to show goods.
. ROLLINS & YOUNG.
Pi ! RITCH
The Big Watch Jeweler.
Makes a specialty of carrying fine goods in his line
"WacchsDiamonds Jewelry Clocks Spectacles
and a new line' dt novelties in Silverware for the
spring and summer 'trade. The Finest Watch
and Jewelry Repairer and the only Engraver in
West Texas1 Engraves every article he sells free
of charge froma Silver Thimble uto a Diamond
Ring If you need anything in his line call on
him we guarantee he will please you both in
sales and work.
7 j 1
FARMERS AND RANCHMEN
Who desire to borrow money in any amounts will do well to call on the
undersigned who loan at the yery
and charge NO COMMISSION whatever. Interest payable either annually
or seml-annUally as desired. Money always on hand and no delay in putting
FARMS RANOHESjNDJa-TY PROPERTY FOR SALE
GEO W. HATCH & CO.
OFFICE ON SOUTH SIDE IN FLOURNOY BUILDING.
THEODOX HEYCK JErMltelt
SMMe lyeiment Company
Lands Frnis andRanches
jta WlSuene Oountay rh4 Ablkne OttyiPwprty.
Money to liOanoii Farms 1 BancheB.
Mia mtftiB' &r"-
ADiltnt ': Taylor -;- County TtzM
KILN . MIE'D.!
"i r' ' f. (
of Dresi'6ood Trimmings Notions Clothing
market. Don't faiUo see our
large or Anall amounts ltmp4
FOR SLAE BT
To Lfiiid on Real Eslatii
in any amount arid for any. length
! ! f:
Vendors Lien Notes Bought or Honey Loaned
We represent the TJexas Loan Agency of Corsicana .
home institution. ' ' v
We'have'dutb.ority' to pass on seouroty without delay
occasioned'oy' Waiting for inspection from abroad.
i We offer crat'esvasllow as the lowest and will tell you
what amount ypui? Joan;. can.be made for before you leave
tbe.offlo Coneond.jSee us.
iH.J M. HENEDiSiW Agemt .
W. C. MORJtOW Inspector-
Saddle and Harness Factory.
umi r"mm r iih
cawSBHHHfe. H iTf My
X. O. Harness with Breast Collar - $8.60
Single Harness Full Nickle Trimmed - - - $16.60
Oheyenne Saddle Warranted Denver Tree f 26 $30 $8B
J. .E SPAULDING
Plumber and Steam Fitter.
Pipe Pipe FittingsSheet Lead
Globe Valves OhedOTalvesf Glass Gauges. Hose
Hose tfp?zlesr Sheet Rubher.
Repairing Engines etc." on short notice
Dallas Elevator Co.
a py pjobi. e
-i ii iiM
' Storevour.cralflsJUNl.MV! UJotWixKLitftl.i Yfv'Qthr iecll WdacefcwuWfor lor
fng gnlnadMM. OW me bthl pr rtoMfc; m fwl9lBW 4yi $t)H ?
for recelvttir.' RbcepWfaMl)(tlMH!cw4 weteWti at the Ekvjtor. Monyy ndvanctd
on recelpf M fcW! tfH & IftUreit. JihrB:e very low. TMmrWm ptrpBi ot
the Elevator will be ktrktly guardeJ. TMr Wrtk om lntf. .Gfafottoredwkkte.
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ftiiaW &W itliitlitrfriiifBtftyHtfcHiN-TkfaM of Mtcrimili TiilriiiW-
DALLAS JKaBTATO OO. Dalliut TfiM
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Hoeny, John, Jr. The Abilene Reporter. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 40, Ed. 1 Friday, October 4, 1889, newspaper, October 4, 1889; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth330634/m1/3/: accessed October 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.