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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 May 1891

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Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 May 1891

W lu -Sli. aroMtf afearfnM.iycgpfti 'J1 TV f '" I -!. y 0 t i hi'i te mm ti Uu - y kf iini - TBI PMM AttOOAfN fct jvfty ivni Taty The prew boys wet at Corsicana in city hall President Juitv S. Hart f The opeiwflf prayer was by iRev Jerry Ward of the churchj after Mayor introduced the Hot). Roger Q. who dtKvered tkc following ad- of welcome. .president and Gentlemen of the Press Association: i lie picas- ;y has been assigned me to ten a formal welcome to tne nov raw little citv. I sav formal. - " ; ---.-- j - ; tecauae the real welcome you will una ground all our firesides in ail our . arta.and in all our homes It is an '"iiwntten law among the American topk. Uitt wlierever there is a public nenibUge it cannot properly meet or 'ijourn without a public address and ? compliance with that demand I am -day to perform that duty. A tree neonle will always cherish the jsadom of speech and the freedom of fe prM. They know that the whole per-tructure of free government se stands Upon these tw...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 May 1891

' u .. u hi' ft" W-" .v r.. &.. KV: P. .V WP J' L& if" . --( ; ALOSgTA. lut the Moit Prof ressive Empire ef the American Uitien. As introductory The Empire repre- senting the empire state which lias field of profitable investment for the thousands in the north and east who are so anxiously seeking new oppoN (unities to better their prospects "in Jifcwe submit tlie following Texas has 374qoo square mile of the most productive lands. From its eastern to its western border is 825 miles; from north to her troniqal clime On lief southern border over" 700 miles. All this extended immensity has room and to spare. The home seekers can find homes and tlnse seeking invesU ment can grow rich. Texas soils cart hardly be over estimated. With less than 9000000 of its 174.000000 acres under cultivation we have an ex- port of $4pi65o5o for 1890. Texas soils and climate are admir- ably adapted to the successful cultiva- tion of cotton corn wheat sugar to- bacco rice fruits vegetables grapes ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 May 1891

Ah fHM $ 53? "'?rw"7TiT'''TTOFI ' r . 4 " . sjfHSPPfT T" S'V" ' .;;t?wp - - -4 r 'B " 1 fT . .r J. STITH & HENDERSON. Have a large list of Land and City Property for sale consisting of i' The Best Lands in Taylor Most desirable abilene city propeblty SJ and at the lowest prices and on the best terms TW ;IPPBBRNPP1I " . " V . . (i '".'..'""i"''rr?'.''i'i.i-i.'''-"-".".""' ";.""'"' ' "'"'. .'"'.''" i '..)..' "''' ' i" . -. J ' vii '' ' !L'. ' '' '"- L.- -- ' ir CURRIE County afid i. it rni i y THE ARTESIAN EPOCH. Bill's lepoit on Irrigation and Ar tesian Weill 11 TIXAS AND JIW MEXICO. Water Supply is InexhauatiMo Owjta&to thfc Sxteacive Outcrop of tha Receiving Area-J?opu- lar and Tallaeious Ideas Dispelled Wieittiutrmii "f?itr in PrriP. 1?. J T. Hill of Texas is ;here or the pur J pol of snaking his report to the agri- .nJti.L.v.w.. ...... ' W.. ... J cultural department on the subject of irrigation ana artesian wens in icxas Mid New Mexico'. Piof. Hill was U sent out for thi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 May 1891

U l o O f VOL. X AtomUtB; TEiA3 JJHOXT HORHIHG. MAY 39 18G1. MO. S3. . .r 'yfs;t.--wfl j. .. ! -. V- ...'.. i . r- - - - ! ii I I.l. . . iri .. .- .. TMjg AbileiE' Reporter. -..... . . ... . .n . ....I....... ...I... :.... .i . .... 1 .l. . .... . .... - - -.... . ... ....-... .;! l'.-. :. ." .:. '-- ;::: .''. '.'I'.'.'.i!" .': L1. .."j:iir. '. .aii.!i'.i..-.ir it.r .:"': ' .-;:'.".';:' ;--r -: :'. 'JiLi".-r -Li ;.. I'.v.v vi." k & iJ (rit (JAM. 1EM J1MIK F JOKES. Of buffalo Qa Tayler County CHtaa Kla Ixriencft as a Ear- ner ia the 'Abilene Country. A reporter met Capt. Ben Jones a prortijnent'fafmer.it) the Buffalo 6p neighborhood Saturday and hadquite a chat with him regarding theAbilene country. Capt. Jones has lived in this country eight years and moved from Dallas county here. When asked how he- likdd his pres- ent home he said '! would nbt ex change for any under the sun.' Why said he our climate js good my family have had excellent health. There are ten of us and 1 haveri...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 May 1891

vbiriKs !5SJ2rT vjc5 GREAT IS TEXAS Wmjt ilN4ui JtyuuMtatf Jftw Twktttj. - : i ti 00U TO J10W TO T1XAS IX INI . 1r lb lti Wilt jPyCWWNNl k Mm Mto i the 3fxtXt Xeath. for week past Mr. J. Edward Simmons president of the Fourth nat- idnftlbanVofNevYork has Jw in Texai most of the time being spent in looking over Texas. He and his fami- ly have been the gufct of Col and Mr. John JR.. Hoxie. The bank over which Mr. Simmons presides has a cap kal of $3300000. a surplus fund of $1400000. net profits of $347410 and deoosits amounting to $22000' 000. During the late stringency this bat k did not find it necessary to call in a dollar of its $7000000 loans oij caM. For five years Mr. Simmons was president of the board of education of New York city the largest municapal department of New York. Under the control of this board was 4000 teach- ers who instructed 100000 children. The board expends $6000000 an- nually. Mr. Simmons was at one time president of the New York stock ex- change. Mr. Simm...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 May 1891

i r L hi i-r -rtfrr l J TWUstORM t. j xmei xtetuuia stvim un mo oisb i. ..il.l. - n u H.t ALIO OX THE D. AHD 4TK. Tfa.y Will fce followed tyyA TJauawl WwUherPlienomeHOB Supposing That Change of the Moon Oauso Weather Change) is ' aa Error. Sr. Joseph Mx. May 23 My last f letter gave forecasts of tha storm wave due to cross the continent from 21st to 35th and the one following It will be due to leave the Pacific coast about ' MAy 27th cross the Rocky-Allegheny valley from 27th to- 30th. The most important feature of tllistorm will be- the heavy rains that wHl accompany it. These rains however yill not bo" ?cn- f eral but excessive only in spots" leav ing other places with a deficiency as is always the case in years of great met- eorological disturbances and the dec- trie forces of Jupiter's and Saturn's equinoxes will begin to have very con- siderable influence. This storrrt will be a its greasest force near the mouth of the StT Ldwrence river about the 31st and June f and severe gal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 May 1891

p? ?Jrw7-I Pi HaJHSIu U' mi mxmm rW!F3B(PF -ty V V mmiw4MMm v. EEmZH ' 1 I'M llrf.llll 1 MM I M . MWK III 11 II I I iii HI I I ' ' " . mi .1 itfn f f 1 i f Ar I to t. i. 1 J ? I v Ite Abilene Reporter. . ' MMCHtCD AT TBXAV. t II ' AHUWJL - - - ' s MLIDAY.MAY 19 i m. wr- .. 4n4 fa iJii.hh.hiHiiMiii fOtfJldEftY JR JEtiter. ' ii i !i ii !l ! inuni ' m in ' '' i;wi . QArU Xetortkr Building i?n Second Street "' itt the Abilene. Texas postolflce ai fcconl-Claj Mull Mallei Satorlftlea Xt.- aw year... -- tni-S fctionths.v. ...... ...)..... 7S Ytoee inonth?.. ..... v. ...... . 40 AdrtIUf t.' hf 1T. Pr Konpartl Ime. (IS to ncii - Mela Baaiery (Brevier mworemenl) - - toeta IMA notices t - JOcii $ ' For every other week rtlnplaj1 drertiKmcqt i ' d r eentto tho nbore rato.- fctal jKlt(oni (promfuent) 1t page Jtf per luirau i reclal poaltoona 4th or Sih tK 10 per cent' Mfht pije IS per cent extra. ';ir SM09. We have in bur house and in transit o quarter of a million envelopes mbich we areata a po...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 May 1891

;f?jTw M' W- H ir I 'J BARTER & GAETEL TKBiAND V. iftjways Have BAROASiiri & Vi :i 00006 acres of i iq acres noice 546 LOTS $40.6(3 ; RESIDENCES $400.00 xip. V CHOICE BUSINESS PROMT. S AGENTS for the T. & P R R. Cp. and the FRANCO- TEXAN LAND CO. Lands in Taylor Jones Shackrl- ford Fisher Nolan Mitcijell and Howard Counties. These are Choice Lands- Low Prices Long Time and Low Jn- . TERESt. '"'-" PERFECT "'' TO EVERYTHING WE. SELL AND ENEkVTIUNG STRICTLY AS REPRESENTED MAKING PITROHASERS ABSOLUTELY J CALL AND. SEE US over Bass Bros drug stare on Pine "Street? or write tb us for DESCRIPTIVE PAMPHLETS ; wnicn wju oe mauea.r xvc. 4. 111 M 1 T"T"k T T ' We refer by permissiorito all Special TKK8EY COW. and then In full mil It. bluish ferny fawii color. Strayed rnrea or btoien Slay mn with tome white spots one horn n llttla ahorter an tho other and a knot on her flue. Branded Z with a'bar above ami . below on the ido. 1 beral reward paid for ncr recovery. ' " CtOTEIt' A LOT o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 May 1891

rsfsp'f us- w-i i r ij I'atB j iygjj!i ' r- - i - ...-j --- - -t ..jtgjisni...jujnfcamiiamMMMii 'JP BRTJ WTOWfiCTBBSW IV I'. .1 rl '' (?' i f ' ) .4 POULTRY DEPARtMEfaTi 3tteprtmit Utamdnctwt t C. V. BmxMo whom U if rwpoftUence on ino rtibjcct thoulJ MrecMHt H lnwtitftl tHry laming JTe. I. ByAbl t Steven. In our last we described our system houses including our incubator and brooder plants. In this we will en- deavor to instruct the thbusands of Review readers in the most successful ?item Of the most profitable branch ' of poultry fanning the broiler busi- ness It is an acknowledged fact that the. Egyptians are far in advance of us in the science of raising chickens and i The incubating establishments of that country hatch out eggs by the millions every year. At a hatching establish- ment near the pyramids the farmers trade fresh eggs for young chickens at the rate of two eggs for one chicken. Another artificial hatchery turns out 50000 chickens annually and the "oven crop" in Egypt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 May 1891

'J l m M lIMJ'llk'JiLIB HortUmlUro t tlw Wrld'. tt. - Tht prairie Farmer' Hli8 ptrt forward no candidate In the Jong controvert t to Who should be the chief of the hartioulturil department of the World's colbtnblun exposition. It has believed vsnd doe yet JlteVe that the broad word agriculture should haVe covered thewhote Rfouhd with an executive head capable of grasping the cptire work frort simple husbandry through jr- the whole category down to .landscape gardening lot' everything that comes out of the ground or is of the soil is comptised Jn the comprehensive word agriculture. The Prairie Farmer was the first journal in the land to enun- ciate this premise not as an arbitrary dictum but from the fact that it is in -nntrnvcrtihlc. It Is true we hnVe the I' word husbandry tn the sense of tillage and also as connected Willi the care and Management of farm animals and in these two divisions of husbandry ate included everything connected with the working of the soil and also building...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 May 1891

' v i viwin "v T; '' 'BTI- - ''mI&S ITtlJ1 ft s:r""" M ' rft'MMtartlltlI''J.'CTWl!?!lEM''''" " n . '" l jf " - "' v. ' ii ij I. .: a ..Jfcirt. mi .'ii ' n . ? -r - m m m m ww i . .. !MPW8?T' ' " i It CURRIE orpinpif HENDERSON T ' ' t ' t)- h i r- Have bl large list of Land and City Property for sale consisting of V The Best Lands in Taylor County artel rrii i MAYOE POKTZR Tttrahaed tne Following Shoeing the inancil Condition of the City. 1 find the city Government is beset by ttfo conflicting demands. Petitions nre being presented persistetitlv' de- manding the extension of water mains opening of streets and Qther needed Out expensive-i improvements on the one band vhi'e on' the other petitions remonstrating against any increase in the valuation of taxable property of the city or any increase in the asses- men? Of taxes and strong as it may seem these conflicting and inconsistent demands are quite frequently signed ky some persons. Shouting demands (u One breath and retrenchment...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 June 1891

THE ABILENE REPORTER. -v .ijhW XZ VOL. Xi ABILENE TEXAS FREDAT MOBNING JUNE 6 1801 NO as. fH 's i J FA ' u 4 . r liV I inil r.i CAPT. TH08. F. WEST A Prominent Fort Worth Attorney Visits Abilene and is teen ' by our Reporter Among other visitors here a repor- ter met Capt. Tlios. F. West of Fort Worth Tuesday and after exchang- jng greetings asked nim what he knew. It fs a cold day when Capt. West is short on material for an interview; in fact his supply is inexhaustible if you will only let him choose his favor- ite subject Fort Worth. Like all the patriotic citizens of his town Capt West swears by Fort Worth. He the got reporter up in" a corner completely surrounded hirrt with his portly physique and "opened up" on Ins town or rather ori the reporter. He told all about the big brewery the cotton mill the great and only Gazette the big packing houses the hundreds of thousands of dollars invested in street railways the countless artesian wells the big new union depot soon to be buil...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 June 1891

7 17 II -I) lUttm tor (k m. Strength jt not the tote requisite it) ttomft As A nth: ux norse mat i mutt lo draw the wagon upon roftdt The avenue fanner cannot ffoix) to keen road horses and draft aoreca no in nis siauic. inc iww mast be cornbincd and combined in such away that the ride for business- or plessure shall not be made irksome -Mcatttof dullntss in the motive pbw er or .the plow to be stranded in the fcirrow because o( lack of strength to move it. It is well worth noting (hat ' ability to do good service in drawing loads or in doing general field work m .. lulls.Ila. riAiunilxnf rk Ihh fttA ft. body. Courage and a resolute way of taking hold of work will often make an ekvenhundredpound horse Worth in a team more than easily discouraged -doe having a bulk of seven hundred pound heavier. " Again a faim horse should be a fast walker. One might as well use oxen ill some of the sluggish teams that . aeem to drag their feet over the ground .-' rather thaft-hft them while every m...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 June 1891

& W ' V V A"- V flat Trrte with Jraril. Of Brazit'i area of 31166500 square jniles a comparatively small patt is adapted to vieat growing and but a small area Ss pehcitratcd by railroads thd total mileage of the whole country not being over 6060 miles Hence most of its' wheat and its chief product flour must be imported. The United States Europe Australia and the river Platte divide this trade the bulk coming from the United States. In 1888 88280 barrels of flour was imported from the river Fjatte in the Argentine Republic and 267.948 bar rels from the United States. The for. trier region had nothing to export in 1889 owing to the crop failure caused by heavy rams while the Brazilian exports from the United States amount- ed to 344108. In Rio Janeiro two floiir mills are in operation one with a daily capacity uf about 1.300 bushels of wheat and the other with a capacity of 500 bushels but to that market no Brazilian wheat goes the wheat there ground comingfrom the countries men-...

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 — 5 June 1891

-'yi ! 0 CW.!. ie Abilene Reporter HMM.I3HED AT texas; ft t?feV JtOENY JR.s Editor ' Xktortzr BalUlinft on Second Street I'lKI i M tbe Abilene Tcxa Pottoflep a fcwond-CIaw Utl Matter hVtWlptlOB XltM. tr .$1.50 Sfatwoeth.. ... 75 llnf kioirtlii... ....... 40 t AdTWtWUf XtM. ' Mtar rrXonrrl Uno (13 to Inch) Wafer (Brcrler measurement) tioeal wrtlccf - . t - occt o6cU 10CU 1 every other wee display advertiiemeuU per cent to the above rate. Saft'&al position (prominent) 1st pa je 23 per Matstra. 'Me ell poltOD. 4th or 5th page 10 per cent BatM page IS per cent extra. 250000. " Ws have in our house and in transit one quarter of a. million envelopes which we are in a position to sell to the trade at loir figures in tots of not s than 5000. Printers in west Texas will do well to send us their Orders. AnftKNE Printing Co. Abilene should hold another district fiur this fall. Tun Western at Anson has a de- Vgfclful home in a handsome new borlding which 5s the property of the . JfcEachins....

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

:.J fe" it Lvv.r v fef-V fS INK' w i j GARTER & THE LAND Always Have BARGAINS in r i.1 00000 acres of 1 1 36 acres Choice 546 LOTS $40.00 up. RESIDENCES $400.00 up. CHOICE BUSINESS PROPERTY AGENTS for the T. & P. R. R. CO. and the FRANCO- r' TEXAN LAND CO. Lands in Taylor Jones Shackrl- ftljepKD Fisher Nolan Mitchell and Howard Counties. These O'are Choice Lands Low Prices Long Time and Low In- m4 . . PERFECT tO fcVERYTHlNC WE ISMCTLY AS MAKING PURCHASERS ABSOLUTELY . : CALL AND SEE USe over Bass Bros drug store on Pine i-Street; or write to us for. DESCRIPTIVE PAMPHLETS which will be mailed FREE. We refer by permission to all the Banks of Abilene. SPECIAL Foil BALK. I haye for gale B miles north of Abilene. CIO acres or as good land aa can be .found In West Texas. This land is all fenced Vrlth good cedar post's and four barbed wires. 140 rcres In cultivation five of which Is planted in corn balanco In cotton . Good homo .of two rooms 14 x 18 each; stable for six hories;. ab...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 June 1891

I POULTRY DEPARTMENT. tklti!rrtroftit llcomluttol by 0. V nb )o whom all pOTroomCco on the Subject ibpit h directed. Mf?rker' Tftr. Hi S Babcock in an article entitled ' kiChTckcas for Use and Beauty" puh- KHed in the May number of the Cen- tury start) with the declaration: "iTicrfc has beep during the last quar. tef of a century a remarkable ihlproVc met; in domestic poultry. The motley array of fowls varying in size and color as uncertain in marking as a pattern of stern quilt and creating an impres- sion as distinctively unfavorable s that which the ragged followers of Ffogsta? produced has given place to well defined breeds carefully divided into varieties with colors as rich in hue and as regularly disposed as if laid 6n by the hand of an artist. ' The fancier to whom we are indebt- ed fof this wonderful transformation is indeed an artist working not only in lifeless clay and dead pigments but in animated bodies and living colors. Under this hand the unattractive has beconre at...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 June 1891

I 1 wprpr f I I I ' A t. Texas chool law. . Chapter 13 6f the school law has iittn amended so as to read as fol- tows: Section x Three white teachers holding first-grade certificates to be appointed by the county superintend ent pr ex-oflicio superintendent (pro- vided in the absence of teachers hold- ing firstgfade certificates he rnay ap- point any other1 competent person) shall constitute the count board of ex- aminers and shall receive from each applicant examined for a certificate the sum of three dollars which shall be deposited with the county superin- tendent pr cx-officio superintendent when the application tor examination is issued and the county superintend- ent or cx-officio superintendent shall Iceep a record of all applications issued by himself and all other certificates and diplomas rendered legal by this ' act held by teachers who are teachers jn his county giving the name age sex color nativity of the person and the date grade and length of time of each certificate...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 June 1891

XL ..umh.. X3b;MM-w T CURRIE' STITH & HENDERSON. I- (F Have a large list of Land and City Property for sale consisting of The Best Lands in Taylor County fnd ' MOST DESIRABLE ABILENE CITY PROPERTY and at the lowest prices and on the best terms. ' lies Warranted as Represented or no Cost for Examination. We make a specialty of sub-dividing large tracts and mapping. f- -f .' '-i I' l &. THE WORLD'S AIB. Stne Interesting Correspondence. Owrernor Hogg ancTEx-goveraor I.ub- bock Heartily JnTavor of It. Fort Worth Guttle 'Hie Texas Worlds fair exhibit a- ociatjori is actively atwOrlc." Yester- day I. A. Stein secretary of the San Antonio fatr association arrived in ihe city and entered upon his duties as as- sisant secretary of the Texas World's fair exhibit association. At a meeting of the directors in Dallas next week a permanent secretary will be chosen. It is thought that within a few days ten or fifteen persons will be actively ..u.1i..i-.1 n !& JkWAntt ttr hjtnit1ftrtfll...

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