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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 June 1891

i Kc k 14 S' 4 B l 1 i f1 aItab h T THE LAND " ;lways Iave BARGAINS in ;i 900000 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- TEXAN LAND CO. Lands in' Taylor Jones Shackkl- ford Fisher Nolan Mitchell and Howard Counties. These are ChoiceJLands Low Prices Long Time and Low Interest. PERFECT TO EVERYTHING WE ' STRICTLY AS MAKING. PURCHASERS ABSOLUTELY CALL AND SEE US over Street: or write to us for DESCRIPTIVE PAMPHLETS !' which will be mailed FREE. We refer by permission to all SPECIAL. TO RENT until Sept. A good home of evcn rooms well furnished ncr business. Ap ply to Messrs. FUut AKnapp. 5-tf. t? OR SALE. I have for sale 8 miles north of 1 Abilene wo acres or aa gooa lana aa ran oe found In West Texas. This land Is all fenced with RQod cedar post's and four barbed ttrltes. ltOrcrcslncultlratfou. fivoof which Is planted In corn balance In cotton. Mood house of two rooms 14 x 15...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 June 1891

.v. 3- ''" " ;. '' ' H I . ' 4 POULTRY DEPARTMENT tkly Tip '".A'M9rttmw la WWWni JF HKni ? 3atlieh sunshine instead of clouds. i Be careful how you (factor skk fowls. yJ.. fctffia believe wore poultry is lost byun jparcioiri vowng o various nostrums (Wby lck jpf attention when sick. (. Sort eyes is sometimes a complairit in Youne thicks and arises from Jr A drop of klycerwie rubbed p roe eye w me oesi remeay. iore on ifo WthfrJieadrnaygehcraM be trac- d to Wee. Swelled eyes fyith runriing at nostrils indicate? roup. Never feed chicks for the first twen ty-four hours after they are hatched tke feifinant of eggs continuing to Air- .Hh nQurishmear fqr tnat length of fce "To produce the best sitting. hen one that will remaip .on the nest katch Well. . ii .. and tenderly cafeJfor chicks: croii i vigorous Pit Gamecock wittfsParilfiBgV 'Oocnin nens it also produces a good Ufa!.!. "' It is best for the man of limited means of t6 qa to any unnecessary expense in.buiklings and appurtenances f...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 June 1891

TOPPID IT TBI AITIX. . .. ' 4 Brtkr Si!- Barely Pre ywt4 rfe Katrine A QttMr Life Klstery. -'--'IT ' . ' Wew York Journal St. LouU Special. 'Stop! Not; another word. That woman is your sister and jt?is against trtelaws of God' to nialce'her your wife!" A gray-haired minister stood a few evening ago beneath the flickering lights of a bronze chandelier his long White surplice giving to the pccne a sense of pure holiriess. In )iis hand He held a prayer.book and in front of him stood a young man and a girlupqn whose beautiful features the smile of a happy contented bride rested At her side stood Mrs. Matilda. Weeks the minister's housekeeper She had been called to witness the ceremony and stood from the tjrne she entered the parlor staring with a perplexed look into the faces of the happy couple. The bridegrqom was Hehry Kirke and he had come to the rectory of a well-known West End church to be wedded to the wpman of his choice. He lost his bride but had gained a $ister For two years he...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 June 1891

EWaanamTf?"" 1jP'1"'T"'! $" -;Kv;v AWE o J ' I ;. a mt VFa' tf It-Ac . Tr 1 i i t. l.i i. - JUUITABT MMW ' tit " wrrfypitow Kt. Tm lafiHrfry. OmwukKo J. " ' X law Offatw Mi Mew of Ike Rt&iwtntt In me - official report of tli inspecting officer detailed t tbe war department Jot an etitecamp of instruction of i8f6 wr regiment was nnmen' m the one wwich exibked the highest degree of oaHficatioHs in respect to organlza Imm." Let us begm in the camp of If r m mat as pebble where we left oatpt the camp of 'jo and in order AM HU refimefrl may enter the camp as aoktiers should the commanding offi- cer sincerely hopes that all fully and promptly comply wtth the requirements ootataed herein;. "AH equipments herein 'named are strictly in accordance wkh army reu- tanas. i. The equipments of the three field jsnafcers including house.fufniturc are complete: t. The equiDmcnts of the com mis toned staff officers and of the band which is fully organized including trumpeters will be complete: 3 T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 July 1891

mw - y o 'X " u II 5i ' Reporter. Tol. x AStLWni TBXAB riLCDAY KOJtKIHO. JULY 3 1M1. MO. JIT J 1 7 . . KZ5SJ . rfilggfei " iiiMiiimi...rfiiii ii ... i-n-t ...i.ni..l. i ...i.lW.. Hi.i..iy i..M- . .. m i' M . mrm. . fTv- .w n . inil i iJi twlfc-tfm.. mm -. The Abilene - w v ' tu i .. iir x 4. W r w' ' F? IT IS IT IS NOT AN ADDITION TO ABILENE IT IS NOT NORTH SOUTH EAST OR WEST OF ABILENE. It is not remotely located from the businesN center of Abilene t is not far from the churches of Abilene. U v t Tt is -i&' three minutes walk 'of a fine ten thousand dol- lar public school building. It is just across the street from 'the. artesian well that will be sunk twenty-five hundred feet if necessary to' ; to- secure good water. " It is just east pi the Abilene Improvement Company wheret hbusands of dollars are being spent in planting trees and in beautifying the ground. B.F. BANDERS Of Jones County Talks about the Abilene Country. A reporter in his rounds Tuesday met Mr. R. F Sanders who...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 July 1891

JL IhmU Um WwK' Ffclr. Hon T. J H'wfey of Kott WorOi tfa president ot.tHe Text tyorkl'j Fr exhibit association ddrottd the state teachers convention at Austin . VfKxi the subject of Texas represent Moat t the ChMiagp World's Fair. He delivered a practical yet eloquent and ptfnotK! address touching upon the frettrnett of Texas and the importance of this greatness being properly cxhibi ted before the eyes of the countless million who would flock to Chicago dorif the great exposition. What he said may be sumarized as follows: He referred first to the mag- nitude of the great international expo Jtion which for wondrous complete nets of exhibits of everything which the senses can comprehend would in point of grandeur and breadth of scope drpass anything heretofore conceived by the mind of man compared with ' which all previous exhibits that the world has ever witnessed would be of minor importance; He said that the total cost of the exposition would reach the colossal sum of $50000000 an...

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

' 4 I k 4i .i tf a '-- w ft ' r- r fe u x t 1 . y y rv D. OALTIHII 0001 T)wy L4 t the JDImoywt f the OalrtHle lattery. While Pr. Galvani in the presence of -tfornyf of fellow scientiatsj yrni tumiBf (the hndl of. his electrical ma- chi'6ctweei Inc'conducton or which the'ipMtfs eret cracking and jumping somebody picked up a knife and touch- ed of)e of 'a pair of skinned frog legs with it. Suddenly and much 16 their astonishment the company saw those frog's legs kick. For a frog's Jegs to kick when at- tached to a living frog was of course nothing unusual; but for a frogs legs to kick when entirely removed from the frogs body and skinned into the bar- gain! was ejUirely out of the common run. The frog's legs "were certainly kicking as if they were very much aHve In a very wbrief time every one in the room was touching the frog's legs with the points of their knives and wondering at the remarkable contor- tions. Galvani himself who was -a scientist of no mean repute at the time at once...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 July 1891

S 'The Abilene Reporter. ftfrumm at TBXAi Jy4JC FRiDAV.jOLY 3 1891- i 'Mr xoENt j& -. in ItBTtRButiioBSecoHtreeu' attt Abtlns. TtatMrortoSfca m yAf f .. 14.4 w$i50 i "75 '- 40 MOftthf.. .......... i. ... WMt Terns f rM AstseiatM. Every mail t the. secretary recieves letters fro publishers containing ap- pticsAtoft; fef wwrnfeerskip. Also let- Wn fern rtembtrs. expressing their intention to go to Eddy. All arrange- settts have beerf made for the excur- sion and transportation in exchange lor advertising has beea tendered the paembers. From the letters received. to date the meeting will be largely -blended. The question of a park is worrying the city of Fort Worth The state railroad commission is turd at Vork on a new scedule of Texas school children will do them- elves arid the great state of Texas honor at the World's fair. Hoif. T. J. Hurley will address! the. People of West Texas at the barbecue here on Saturday . ' ' The Houston Post is a great "daily paper. It is not only on...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 July 1891

T('""t; & (V it 'if . ' M''.7 K 5. & .sStftf 1 $ 1 -. sic. y US l-tv H . .....-..--..-... - pARTER A MEfi THE LAND AGENTS. lways Hav6 BARGAINS in It'. i .000060 acres of : 1 1 36 acres Choice 546 LOTS $40.00 t: - w h m M JH M r u CHOICE BUSINESS PROPERTY. :. v AGENTS for the T. & P. C;;TEXAN LAND CO. Lands ivv ford Fisher Nolan Mitchell ' .are Choice Lands j Low Prices Long Time and Low In- M: TEREST. TO EVERYTHING WE iTRICTLY AS;REPRESENTED MAKING PUKOHASRS ABSOLUTELY fSIFIE JICTID SEOTJRE. j; CALL AND SEE US over Bass'Bros. drugstore on Pine Street; or write to us for DESCRIPTIVE PAMPHLETS "&V. iwriirli will Vf mrnlprl FRKP! . tfV-'4 W rpfpr hv nprmiccinn tn nil Texai and Pacific local Timo Tattle. EAST-BOUND PASSENGER. Vlrrivei. .....11.10:40 a. M. Departs tl:05 A. U if. West-bound passenger. - h Svfmvei ; . ......... 4:08P.M. ....... . 43 LOCAL The elite and beauty of Abilene will attend the concert on the 3d and 4th. To see Birdie the irrepressible Peggy .. is w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 July 1891

it ' vmn v 'u- u. r- POULTRV flEPARTMENT 3V prefl fctwfeg or toietnpMg fcujrMtyf setting of valuable tggt. shotild take a common sense business likt yicwb-fjhc transaction and should bear ik mind that the great majority of human kind are honest. We believe in business methods tidini cVcar-tut straight and' honest my of doing things. We don't believe however in a man going outside the regular channels to prove Jhi$ honesty. While many breeders will say that ihy keep fine fowl simply for the love of them the greater number of breeders admit that while they like chickens and like the chicken bust nets they would not be'bothered with them if they could not make something out of them. We take it then that those who advertise fowls and eggs for sale are 'the ones who are trying to make it This much granted. they-rthe class of k breeders who advertise and use i printer's :nk freely must be credited with sufficient common sense or sound - business judgement not to stand in their own light. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 July 1891

ful? MTCrf rfl rr; i J ' 0 " i 11 "' ' ' '! ii i i .... . y . n .i r if i - - - -- V - " --JZ V4 h jKt P fc' - r ' 1 World's ir XU. . JrtJnoJ hits appropriated $800000 fer fti wklbU at We exposition. It will rtci- M 'muncDte bttiliKog costifig' afaptf j$ooao Mid cnifcivoc to make tit most complete exhibit of any of tttc states. The state board of agricul- ture has charge' of the matter. Forty-thrce mineral producing court- tie In Georgia Alabama and Tcnnes- tee in a convention of more than 100 delegates held at Chattanooga Tenn. have decided to make a tri-state exhib- it at the World's fair. Chile although kept pretty busy with a formidable insurrection within ks territory has taken time to decide - to participate in the" World's fajf and to appropriate $100000 for that pur- f West Virginia will erect a $20000 building at the exposition. Chief Buchanan has sent out letters to H the stae boards of agriculture advising them as to the design of the prosed forestry building.. The bnild-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 July 1891

-.:. Vk v - botxhm Mr ? a It lit aUk Mara lMiMM ai . turfr! .) ta ffMr tor Ut vralft 0' L... Cotmk JUlwruK: JK?ftg ftom tfca tMMWMr of exptcMiem as the aaMvttaal wetire o tfre prt of aver- lAarit ant)' others present last Satw 4a?Wtrcoi to create and rnaiatatti grata wtartet at Abile. f take w wt; gramca mat (tie Farmer ftlic Abilene country Will never again a v cxpeiH!ce any uimcuity in nmjing a fdf awd ftfompt ule far all tfcc wheat -ate bwky torn and other cereals iihf may products. As an on kxaker the meeting I learned much that' I 4mmI mx dreamed of. In the first place 1 itiacomsred that our farmers through Mesaky and choice thrash a large portion of their wheat from the shock (4 to tie propriety of this course oh heir part Uisinot the purpose of this tHiet to discuss. 1 also learned that'as Kn as thrasbca the farmer must fir-d a. marke: and as the wheat thus sud- denly plucked from the straw has not yt ripened so as to be fit for food not iMvmg gone through sthe "sweat" it is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 July 1891

u Abilene Reporter. Vol. x. ABILENE TEXAS F&TDAY MORNING JULY 10 1801. NO. 28. K A WORD TO ALL WHO WISH TO BUY A JrlJi HOMES i I A X .' - 3 ' DO YOU EXPECT TO BUY A HOME? HAVE YOU SELECTED YOUR LOCATION? Does it make any diffenence if it is on high ground ? Does it make any difference if it is well drained ? v " Does it make any difference if it is near the water mains ? Does it make any difference if it is near the electric light circuit ? Does it make any difference if it is near the school house ? Does it make any difference if it is near business ? Does it make any difference if it is near the churches ? Ddes it make any difference if it has a pretty view ? Does it make any difference if it is where trees and shrubbery grow best ? Docs'itmake any difference if it is where desirable improvements arc around it"?- Does it make any difference if it is in the most rapidly developing part of the city? Does it make any difference if it is located where values will most rapidly enha...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 July 1891

STILL THEY COME. Tke Good Retails to Follow' Reading Iho Reporter to Tour Friendt East Indicated by letters From Th6ie Receiving the Pper. The following letters show the grow. ing interest in the Abilene country on the part of those living in distant counties and other states : Baton Roio.e La June 27th. Editor Reporter. I have been favored with several copies of your good paper which have come to me just at a time when undecided as to whether I should remain in ror native town acd state or to remove to other fields. Your good lively paper has set mc to thinking. I like the accounts given therein of the industry and en terprise of Abilene and its growing prospects. I thank you for the copies of the paper which you have' kindly sen I believe that if I do decide to move to your town it will be in .great measure due to your paper set- ting forth as it has the advantages of Abilene. I have written to 'the pastor of the Methodist church and others in your city- Very respectfully V C. B. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 July 1891

J ' A FOSTER SAYS SO. Dates and Xoute for the Kext Storm Wave Made Pablio. WEATHER AND SOIENCE KOTE8. A Few Pointers on tho Aridity of tha Country Botwoen the Miaanuri River and tha Rocky Moun- tains. Undo Sam' Duty. St Joseph Mo July 4. My last letter gave forecasts of the storm wave due' to cross the continent July 6 to 'July' xo The next will be due to leave the Pacific coast about the 12th cross the Rocky-AHeghany valley from the 13th to the 15th and reach the Atlan- tic coast about the 1 6th. This storm will be at us greatest force on the Pa- cific coast and in the Rocky mountains on the 12th and 13th and will take the southern route causing cool weather throughout the United States nortti and west of its centre. It will not be of any great note. The periodical gre?t rainfall will begin about the 17th and continue; throughout the month having its greatest effect about the time the- storm waves are due. Will give more particulars of this rain period in my next letter. WEATHER AN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 July 1891

r ' ifiiii(jyjiiTianiliinji(iriiiniWiB1ftyiiBli.ii iyniiiMwyy1"''1 'l'v'''flPWWi" 11 -- f - '"fcwir" ( a S. LMPOirtZSKI 5t BROS SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE. Mv J Wr( Si3QlX&I2r: T We commenced on Saturday July 4th our semi-annual clearance sale and will continue it through the Whole month of July. Our entire stock will be closed outxwithout reserve. This will be an important sale. A great many lines of desirable summer goods will be!sold out far b which cannot fail to secure this result. You cannot afford to miss this opportunity. SPOT -CASH" SECURES BARGAINS DURING THIS SALE. The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT ABILENE - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY JULY 10 1891. JOHN HOENY JR. Editor. Office In Retorttk. Building on Second Street Entered at the Abilene Texas frxtofflce ut Sccond-ClaM Mtl Matter. Snbieriptioa Katei. Ooe year.. ...... . ..$1.5 Six months...... 75 Three months........ 40 . ' ' ' ..I Corsicana is to have a new opera house. The people of Galveston experienc- -ed another storm s...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 July 1891

Spra s sp vi v$r ' r"jr v $n r to r nr "" irr -? J V -TV " J itr i 4 ""VJ V Pfft I f-( .-ip t ' V r rv rV 'ST''h "" l"r "?"P"TX'P " T1 r s fc'-. i U J' ' C 1 ?J 1 s U " r I" m m 1S ARTER & GArTER THE LAND AGENTS. 'Always Have BARGAINS in all kinds of REAL ESTATE ti. ooo ooo acres of LAND $I.oo up. 1 1 36 acres Choice Suburban property. 546 LOTS $40.00 up. RESIDENCES $400.00 up. CHOICE BUSINESS PROPERTY. AGENTS for the T. & P. R. R. CO. and the FRANCO- TEXAN LAND CO. Lands in Taylo& Jones Shackrl- ford Fisher Nolan Mitchell and Howard Counties. These are Choice Lands Low Prices Long Time and Low Interest. PERFECT TITLES TO EVERYTHING WE SELL AND ENERYTH1NG STRICTLY AS REPRESENTED ' MAKING PURCHASES ABSOLUTELY SAFE -AJSTD SBOITHB. CALL AND SEE US over !' Street; or write to us for DESCRIPTIVE PAMPHLETS which will be mailed FREE. We refer by permission to all SPECIAL Entiead l'h Krwle Shorthorn and Hereford f 10U she cattle from vcftrllnns to sevcn-ycsr-olds. An exceedingly...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 July 1891

'--D r hs - AS TO TOBNADOES AIT IHTMMTlia ITOEY ' THIS SUM MIX. TIMOR. OF SUetricity Preiaeot 8to:i not Itwsi Ilcetrlclty Goiter's Theory not a Hew One. The interest aroused in weather" "by the late series or predictions made by Mr. Foster coupled to the fact that We are now in the "tornado season" has led to the publication by request &C the following: In the preparation of this article 1 Have sought to present only such con- clusions as have naturally arisen after careful examination of the' reports made by observers of the tornado and contained in the American Journal of Science American Almanac. Contribu- tions to Knowledge Reports of the United States Signal Service and per- sonal observations. JMeteorlogically considered the tor- nado consists essentially of a rapidly ascending current of air inrushing at the base; outrushing at the top. The vertical lengths of the ascending c6l. win may be safely assumed to extend to the upper limits of the atmosphere the visible portion ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 July 1891

-rijfl 'tv 'Twiif?!?? ' ilrfP'ry?Finw?T' cw - ' i vtwsctwmm fc-fi i-. r " '.ij'i t-"v n"Sf'1 'a.""y yrrr rjp t t : r ) . t POULTRY DEPARTMENT Now that the hatching season over do not think that the fowls will need no attention Tor you will find plenty rf work preparing shade feed and roosting coops for the young chicks also keeping the old fowls house clean. Do not let them become unhealthy. Be sure you feed the youngsters the proper food to keep them growing as fast as possible and conductive of good health. You must not expect man eggs from this time Until next season for. the 6ldfowls will soon bc gin to moult and they too should be fed food that which will keep thcin in good health and make them finish their moult in due season. Do not feed young and old fowls together for what it takes to keep the young growing and in good condition will make the old ones too fat. Be sure you have plenty of good water in a shady cool place for them to drink; Give dll.fuH range now and let them ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 July 1891

THOMAS J. HUHLIT President Texas Wprli's Fair Ixfeifc- UAiaooiatl'ojj Addresses Theus ana's of our Enterprising People. Ladies and CRNTLfeMW; On this beautiful day and with the evidences of prosperity I see on every We I trust you will pardon me for re- sisting the inspiration of the day and this presence by adhering to blunt and rigorous speech. But as a plain man of business Without pretention to ora tofy and talking to practical people I want to discuss with you the greatest of all issues now confronting the Texas citizens and that is "our business and financial prospects and what we want to da to induce capital and immigra- tion to come infc our state." For there are irsues my fellow citizens that strike deeper than any political theory has reached and conditions of which partisanship has taken and can take but little account. In these hard times the farmers and business men of Texas are not trading on sentiments but in stern facts and the uprising of the farmers throughout our ...

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