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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 August 1891

K -Li- . j.v. ri -r )l Abilene Reporter. V03VX ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING AUGUST 28 1801. NO. 35. A rliL & 1 f r.t ;. I. A K u v " f' GEO. W. CASHES ' Of Jonea County bat Formerly of Kavarrd County Texas Gives His Experience Here. Mr. Castles was met by a reporter and speaking of this country said: "I moved to this country eight years ago and like my present home very much. The climate Just suits me and my health has been very good as also that of my family which numbers seven. "I live within one mile of a school and church and my neighbors are all Americans. "The lands in this country are very easily cultivated on account of the fine soil and the improved farming imple- ments which are used extensively in his section. "The average of my farm this year is about 20 bushejs of corn 21 bushels of wheat one-half bate to the acre of cotton 60 bushels of oats and about two tons of millet per acre "My success in farming has been very good. Fruit melons and vege- tables do well and fa...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 August 1891

n r-yw frTO?"yyjjrT $. t SU- V iJ mi '. !' 1 T 01 fc ? 1 ;j i V I I N vi XR FISHERIES BUILDING. Mvn Hear? Xve CobV Xxqulsita Architectural Conception w3ll Ap pr when Competed. The Aqu&rU to b one oftbo Great Attraction! of the Fair. The? graceful beauty of the fisheries building at the World's Columbian Ex- position has ghincd for it from the severest of critics architects the title of "an architectural poem;" How well this high praise deserved the ac- companying picture and following des- cription but faintly outline. It is situated on the eastern side of the large island north of the wooded island in the Lagoon and its main fa- cade faces to the southeast befng di- rectly opposite the government build- ing from which it is separated by a broad arm Of the lagoon While thus forming ohe extremity of the great group of buildings which front on Lake Michigan it is directly north of the administration building far to the south. 1 hit' sUuation makes it a com- ponent of all the splen...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 August 1891

"jip i$pc Twrrt "wprfw ni""T "''rip ' i w British Capital in Texm. In theory America is the land ol freeddm and independance yhere an cienl lineage goes for" nothing and where titles decorations and other symbols of the effrtd monarchial sys- tem do not exlsU In practice fiovv ever we find there is among the people a decided love of titles and an inor- dinate dcflre to trace back their de- Scent to William the Conqueror. The freedom consUts in projection of the most stringent kind ntid (he indepen- dence is such that pauper immigrants are rigidly excluded while there is now a new feature In growing attempts of certain of the states to prevent real property being acquired by anyone who is not a citizen of the great vtcptiblic The Texas legislature following in the wake of Pennsylvania and Minnesota has passed an alien law which came into operation about a week ago. The actual text of the main clause in the act is as follows: No alien or per- son who is not a citizen of the United Sta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 August 1891

. wwg riMAfMM m n msi' mill hif m ; I'r rn &l Iffl v- r V: Er " It It IM I fr . !' ft 1 b r: ! - o tl. th ai f. V 7 h! r ar sr R& tl trjf wjL tig h hfiV TL SIC si anY hi i The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT AJilliENE'- - - TEXAS. FRIDAY AUGUST a8 i8ot. JOHN IIOENY. JA. Editor. IBf ' . Office In "RiroitTHi Buildinj; on Second Strett. f s" Entered ai the Abilene T"M rotffle M HeoonJCUM Mall Nlter. Sntiierlptlon Kti One year..... Sixnonthi.... Three months. . 75 Taxis and ?eUe LealTim Table EAST-ROUND tASSKNttU. $? XrriTes... ...... ...... 10:40 A.M. Departs .................. ... .11:05 A. M WEST-BOUND PASSENGER. ' r r . V rnvcs... .'.. 4:08 P.M. Depart.... .t...t..... 4:30 r. M. 1 r . 1 t- 1 - 1 The public schools open next Mon- day. The greatest evil in legislation against the farmer' is the tariff. The Baird fair offers $2300 tor races and they Should have some good horses there. The democrats will have to confine themselves to the tatifT issue if they .elect the next 'pres...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 August 1891

ISSi'' W "" " "& W'fitT1 Vm'-'i'-'!' v". -j. -;. "fg.'yf vt -..rjm fj (- j- " .;!-) M .v 5A1 f' i .V .j- vfe K r t w r; V I i r t fc f "1' tr ! - vl"'-- t...' MS- 't-- ?'. A YEAR OF PLENTY. The farmers of the Abilene i" fseaso'n of plenty and the Reporter wants to know who among V -'them all is the most popular ''. ' To this end we offer a light HARRISON ;vtosthe most popular farmer in the Abilene country embracing ttie following counties : Callahan Shackleford Jones Stone -wall Haskell Fisher Nolan Runnels artd Taylor. RULES OP iiiwnwn?t All votes must be cast upon the coupons printed in this paper elsewhere and no vote will be counted when otherwise cast. The contest will close on the evening of the a6th of November and no votes will be counted that are received after 6 o'clock p.'tn. of that day. The coupons should be cut out evenly from the papers and sent in to this office in any quantity. As will be noticed there are two cupons in each paper one of which en- titles the hol...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 August 1891

J wfj-V -0fhMW mjf0' "'Smf mi Jhf JW ! ( MwW ' H ' t. Ja C I ! POULTRY DEPARTMENT SEASONABLE TOPICS. Sy the Foolishness of Preaching Men ato Taught the Poultry Basinets. April is a Favorite month of breeders i general: the housekeeper who foils to get out one or two broods this month regrets it very much. It is a tlvonte month because those who Vreed large size Fowls know the ndvan- Uge oC early birds for the Tall sales and early winter laying. May is a favorite pnonth for the breeders of small sized fowls because they do not care so Much for sue and weight nnd they know they will mature more rapidly than larger birds. One would naturally suppose that the many hints in the last number a tid also in the preceding ones of the Jour nal would suffice for every reader and guide him on 'he path of success id chicken raising. Every one that ex- pounds the gospel thinks in like man ner that every professing Christian ought to know the fundamental doc trines of Christianity without explainin...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 August 1891

r k ' 1 . FOSTER'S WEATHER. ToracAsU for th Xxt Storm Wave- It OoarM. WEATHER AND BOUNCE NOTES. TheRalivMakors.MiMTostor Discusses Their Method and Gives Undo Bam a friendly tip About What Should be Bone. St. JosEr Mo. Aug 33. My last letter gave forecasts of the storm wave due to cross the continent from 33d to 26th and the next Will be due to leave the l'acifie coast about August 37 crosSi the Rocky-Alleghany valley from 38th to 30th and reach the At- lantic coast about the 31st. Very hot weather will proceed this storm wave and severe local storms may be expect- ed. Comparatively the weather will be quiet throughout August prepara- tory to the great Storms to follow. The weather will average hot during the last half of August and the first half of September after which a decided change may be expected. I will repeat that . II should be pre- pared for an early and hard winter es- pecially in all that country drained by the Mississippi river and the western great lakes. Those who w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 August 1891

I I. TEXAS EXHIBIT CARS Ifeeting With Ot-and Beceptiona Froa'tho People. Wveraor HubVard'a Speech In XlllnoU. Jf nay oopl who Delre a Change Will Corao to the Lono Star State. "02 OOAttD THE lie cxiitniT cars ) HA. Aug. 15 '90 HAVANA The Texas exhibit cars were at Pet. ctsburg III. when t last wrote you. rK that place Texas on wheels met with a grand reception from the Jiospita IUe citizen? of that lovely little city. There we found an old ex-confederate who not withstanding his connection wl'li that rebellion is and has been cir- cu.t clerk the past twenty years. His tuuiie u f neo. Dennett arid he could ot do enough for the Texas party. The cars remained there two days and during that time' many thousand per Kins passed through them and viewed the splendid products of the southwest -em empire. On the last night of our stay ex-Governor Hubbard delivered a: lecture on "Industrial Texas." Gov- ernor Hubard campained throuhg Illi- nois in 1884 and made many friends as well as a reputa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 September 1891

' V T """ mtmlTf'i'" riii m.iiiii..j "'""'fift1""-'' h"tiwf iwtMAfc . .. ...FHytifejU. fX Reporter. y THE Abilene . i i i i . . .- J - i n i. i in. i i i i i .' ...I1.... ' i M 4 V Xi VbLVX; ABILENE TEXAS FEIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 4 1891. NO. 96. "'t-i" 'TTF-hT T. T. ; it ' '.VV h) 1 ' -.' ' li'r M ' I t. V..'v5 ?' '' 1 V.kI f '..)) WHICHONB IS THE BEST? WT ALTA VISTA. Pure air water fertile soil View sunset mountains crowning height Far above all din and toil ' Encircled by electric light. ' Prospective car line lovely park YoU want a home then buy in ALTA VISTA. ALTA VISTA. High well-drained fertile land Blue mountain scenery Delightful breezes Fine views of Abiler. Good neighbors Proximity to water works the public school and town; All these make Alta Vista very desirable for homes. 7r y.A Alta Vista has the finest view of Abilerie-'and cpuntry too. Alta Vista lots are cheap Alta Vista for refreshing sleep. Alta Vista is pleasant No smoke foul air 'tis cool; Alta Vista is conveni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 September 1891

Zw'Z'-rvjngp- t II tk a.' V HESOURCES OF TEXAS. r i . . Aidress of Kx-Qoyernor Hubbard. Attdiemce in Farvrl Hall listen to an Koqu nt Speocli B-plaining: Ue Boundless Reouics and Great Natural and Induatii id Ad- VontogB of the State. IVopte who went to Farwell IItl list even- ing to hear ex-Gov Klchard U. Hubbard of Texas lecture on the resources of die Lone Stkl stale were treated (o a masteilr address. Many of the people present who hail at ays associated the word Texas with outlaws and desperadoes were agreeably surprised to leant thai fewer crimes ate committed in Texas than Illinois. There are thousands of good men and women in the 1Jne Star Mate am law Icssness is practically a tiling ol the past. 1 he lecturer was frequently applauded and por- tions of the address were recti cd with inatk ed enthusiasm. Upon being introduced by ex-Senator Karwell Mr Hubbard said: Lames and GtNTLFJ.tKN: I am glad In bet proud as an American citiien to stand once again after the lapse of many ...

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

-V ... u u iniLBIHQTHIFAIR. lasy Spcne at Jackson Park tMjSite of the Columbian Exposition. It takes a fence six mites long to en close the World's fair buildings. AH these structures are to be of extraor- dinary dimensions but the largest of them on which the foundation work has just commenced wilt be some- thing stupendous. It is the hall of manufactures and liberal arts. The site for this vast building is a broad highly situated plateau overlooking the lake. A railroad track runs through its center and on each side rise tre- mendous piles of lumber iron and all sorts of construction material. A similar scene is witnessed at the other great buildings on which further progress has been made. Within the enclosure the exposition site resembles one vast workground surrounded by freight cars and lumber yards. Look- ing towards the lake the breakwater the long pier and foundation for the naval exhibit present the appearance of a mammoth dockyard. Changed indeed is Jackson Park and those...

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

- I The Abilene Reporter. PU BUSH ED AT JJBUZENB - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY SEPEMBER 4 1891. JOHN IIOENY JR. Editor. Oftceta Rtrotmu Building on Second Street. Bntered m the Abilene Texan Portofflce feeond-CluM Mat! Mutter Subscription Ratu. One rear...... . ..$1.50 Six months 75 Three months.. .. 40 Texai tad Piclfle Local Tlmo Tabic. KAST-nOUND FASXK.NT.ER. 1. Wnirc.. .................. ..10:40 A. M. Depart ....-........ i .11:05 a. M WfcST-BOUND rASSENCER. fmxes 4:08 p. M. Dquit.. .......... 4JJ0 r. M. i ti- i...;.- Kaw Public School Buildings. That they arc needed must go with- out contradiction. All the little child. ren in the city .low forced to go to the old school houses arc ready to ratse up ihcir little voices in one common cry for "better school accommodations. When winter comes on and the wind begins to blow then comptaints will be heard in every corner of pur city. We are not drawing the picture to strong. The necessity for additional schools is. a pressing one and We might a...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 September 1891

Vflpispfwnmivs ; ' n y a: -. v.- -Jr ( I tAAUVo . -. - ---U j. r. u . - J i A . -i A YEAR OF r ' The farmers of the Abilene country have experienced a' r"'1 ' 'cinnn nf'rlnK nnrl fTi'RfpnuTifij ttVnrife t-n Vnrjtir.wVin-nmnnrr the'm all is the most popular. . To this end we offer a light .HARRISON to the most popular farmer in the Abilene country embracing the following counties : Callahan Shackleford Jones Stone wall Haskell Fisher Nolan Runnels and Taylor. RULES OP vwvvavwvwvwvvvii . All votes must be cast upon the ccupons printed in this paper elsewhere and no vote will be counted when otherwise cast. The contest will close on the evening of the 26th of November and no votes will be counted that are received after 6 o'clock p. in. of that day. The coupons should be cut out evenly from the papers and sent in to this office in any quantity. As will be noticed there are two cupons in each paper one of which en- ' titles the holder to a vote for each coupon and the other entitles the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 September 1891

. ... ..... y '.''.. r ' ":rrr POULTRY DEPARTMENT Wklie Ply m lath ftooki. Amdng our useful breeds of poultry c White Ptyraauth Rock would be one ef the first to nttract the attention of the novice or notvfancier as a good all found breed. Hie size compactness of body trim wings tail comb and jratttes aad legs clean and yellow show .Acre is no grossness in suprrflilous point in its make-up. It is a "clean cut" fowl for a large breed a prepos- sessing fowl for a new varitey; and although it is no better than the Barred ItytMQUth Rock in any structural or useful point it is more comely in ap- pearance on account of its white plum- The popularity of White Plymouth locks extends beyond the American 'Continent. On their introduction to 1i American .public many spurious ukis ut wmte crosses have been sold as White Plymouth Rocks; the craze nod boom on the new white varieties "sent them spinning" as the boys say and the name was a passpon to every thing white that at alt approaches their s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 September 1891

IU v RESOURCES OF TEXAS. (CONTINUED JtroM rAORTWO.) (titer Mates rendered grateful thanks to the American congress for the promptness with which we were given lhpe millions as well as the several appropriations under the river and harbor bill for the other Texas seaports. Our horoscope caU a bright shadow my countrymen on the cameras of Ihfc'nearfuturel The footstep of that progress are almost seen and heart! even now by the eye and ear of faith looking and listening for its coming. What engineering cannot do on land or on the sands and beds of the ocean is no longer a problem. Already over seventeen feet of water by the indomitable enterprise and courage of youi own Chicago men the Farwells and Taylors and 6thrs has been obtained at Vclarco at the mouth of the HrazoS river where only eight feet was had two years ago. It 'wilt be obtained at Sabine Pass and Aransas. Did you every think what all this means my frtendsf These pofts are 800 miles nearer by rail to the center of the grea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 September 1891

-u- T5XA3 OH WHKSL8 JU Wa&kesha Opens the Eyes Oar Wiscniln Ftiendi. of The Wankesh Freeman of last meek says: Among the interesting sights at the lair grounds are three cars decorated kh brightly painted pictures of build- gs and maps which to the masses intending will be of a very interesting nature. The cars- arrived Monday via the W. C. railway and were side-tracked 41 a track especially built for the pur- pose. They were opened to the sight taeers yesterday morning and a large crowd enjoyed a view of the tastefully arranged display of Texas products. "The newspapers all over the country u-hure the cars hare shown give extend-C-? npiiff of the exhibits. T. A. Wil- lrinson and Maj. W. B. Slosson are the Managers- The Chicago Evening Post f Friday August aist;says: The three attractively painted cars containing specimens of the products f the state of Texas were side-tracked on the lake front to-day. A constant Stream ofpeople passed through the Harrow aisles of the cars admir...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 September 1891

? -W- 'S" wf'-'-lft'"'' T rv3aH"j The Abilene Reporter. ft )j 1 c sfcv iS 4 I i if v VOL. X. TIEHirEI BEST. Alta Vista Near college. Alta. Vista Near business. Alta Vista -Near water. Alta Vista Not muddy in winter. Alta Vista Not dusty in summer. Alta Vista High healthy picturesque. Pleasant Loveliest home Site on all the Plains and Plateaus of Western Texas. JOSH. L. HICKS. ' ALTA VISTA High well-drained fertile land Blue mountain scenery Delightful breezes Fine views of Abilene Good neighbors Proximity to water works the public school and town; All these make Alta Vista very desirable for homes. The prize was Why This Scare. . Yesterday the Reporter interview- ed many of our merchants on the bus. iness outlook for our city this fall. Their statements which appear else where show that we are moving along nicely with every indication that busi- ness will be excellent during the com- ing season. While making the rounds we found some who thought that bus- iness was not as good as at ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 September 1891

;vijNfcB. yn TEXAS ON. WHEELS An Interesting Exhibit of the Pro- ducts of the Lone Star Stato. CORK GRAIN AND MINERALS. Xfee Btato Which haa a Roputatlon for XaisiagHadt Does Itself Proud With a Spl ndid Agricultural Exhl it-Thoy Will Remiln During: the Fair. Three large cars containing an ex bibit of all that is raised In Texas the lone star state arrived in the city es- .terday morning over the Burlington from Chicago. The cars will remain here during the state fair and will be on exhibition near the Rock Island depot. The exhibit is under the di- rection of Col. V; B. Slosson director and manager T. A. Wilkinson emi- grant agent ex-Governor K. B Hub- bard lecturer. Capt. V J. Maltby in charge bf the cars V. M. Feagle press agent. The gentlemen were going to make an exhibit at the fair grounds but there are no side tracts running into the grounds and they will be compelled to stay Up lowrn II has long been supposed that ail they raised in Texas Was h I rattle snakes and sage bush ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 September 1891

? "fl'"S-f"rrfif: vy yv-$ Hi- y"tffi y-Tpr '7 Jf 'rtT''(WT 11 k (I U IE c P I H vi Cf J' AMONG TUB OLD S( LDIERB. A Monster Campi'iro at Prisoners of War Headquarter Election of Officers. - Tho tenth annual reunion of (he union ex-prisoners of war association convened At headquarters yesterday at io o'clock and after the opening pray crbyRev. V. J. Young Capt. J. E Wilkins was unani itously elected pres- ident and J J Stuckeny by un unani- mous vote was chosen secretary. Rev. frank Evans a noted camp fire orator and delineator gave .the boys an hour's talk which caused them to laugh and cry by turns and at the close of his address Capt. Albert Head president of the agricultural society stepped forward and in a filitious speech introduced ex-Gov. R. B. Hub- bard of Texas who treated the Vast audiance to a grand speech. It was frankly patriotic philanthropic and broad. Free from bitterness and Henry Grady like reflected all the ele- ments which are combining to make up the opinions of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 September 1891

"viriir)wiwt?w"''pT ' ? t S'flT . 'fV''Tv'r'?wf$' The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT ABILENE - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY SEPEMBER u 1891.- ' ' .". .." " ' " ' i-'-i -" "'"' JOHN JIOENY JR. Editor. Oftceln RtTORliut Building onSecond Street. ater4 at the Abilene. Ttx IoMoe At ' Hecond-CUM Mull Matter. Subscription Etei. ae yew........ S'50 SJk months....... 75 Three months. ............. ..... 4 Txt and Pacific Local Tim Table. KAST-TtOUND PASStNOIR. Atrirci IOJ40A. M. Departs......... ..-11105 A. M WrST-BOUND fASSKNCKK. rme5. .............. 4:8 p- M Departs.. ...... ...... 4530 F- The fair at Baird opens next Mon- day. . September t8lh is Abilene day at the Baird fain The Austin Statesman grows better and better every day. Labor day was ptetiy generally ob- served throughout the state. If the democrats will make the tar- iff THE issue in the next campaign they can elect a democrat for president. Sow more wheat this fall than you did last. You.get your money out of wheat long before you do o...

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