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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 October 1891

i4fi!'yziK-M:ry' ; to 3 -9- A- 'in A YEAR OF PLENTY. VkVVWWVVtfVVtAVlVVtfV'VSAnjVUVWVVVk The farmers of the Abilene country have experienced a 3ea$on qI" plenty and the Reporter Wants' to know who among them all is the most popular. ' To this end we offer a light running HARRISON WAGON 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 CONTEST. 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 a 6th 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 holder to one vote for...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 October 1891

iSa fl nO VTLIN DIRVISKES. Xt w They Appeared to aa American 1 is iiftMMauaepie. - (i i Tltev were or all sizes; fat and lean sthooth-shaven and bearded ;somc in rfch garments others in more combre Wd cheaper stuffs. One face cut It $lf t&to my Memory that of a hand 4Me clear-skinned young1 man with 4ecp intense eyes that f.'irly flamed Hd a sinewy graceful body. On one V bis delicate lady-white hands was targe turquois ring. Yapouralywhis- ffered to me that he was the son of Ifec high pnest and would succeed his father when the old man died. The cliM continued rising in vol- tiijie and intensity and a Nubian in wjiite Iianded-cach man a black skull- cap. These they drew tightly over ifteir perspiring beads. The movement which had begun 'with the slow rolling of their heads -now extended to their bodies. They wjrithed and twisted as if in agony; like a row of black-capped fellons standing on aa invisible gallows swinging from unseen ropes. Suddenly there dirted out upon the ?qat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 October 1891

. j-- -( r ?J v C ;. Ic. i. ' . fc ' L . POULTRY DEPARTMENT A GHIOKEX ROMANCE. Joey's Final Experience. Joey made the purchase of a trio of fine Plymouth and hastened home ex ultantly to return with a spiingwagon to get his birds. Just as he was driving out of the gate his father called to hfm to know what he was going to do and where he wis going "After my Plymouths" said Joey 'over to Mrv FancierV "How many did you get for the money ouf chickens brought?" "Only three pap but you just ought to see 'em " Pap just then choked back a severe reproof that would certainly have caused Joey great pain of feeling. In the course of an hour Joey drove up to the front gate and lifted the light canvas coup out and set it on the grass just inside the gate. The whole family at this time were at home and cams out quickly (the boys with considerable bluster) to see the much talked of Plymoulhs. Well now they do look nice in spite of the fun Henry and George in- tended to poke at Joey and they all a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 October 1891

c 0 Mb 4tr Reporter Talk With Henry yle Who kas Jhiu Returned Frew the East. Mr. Sayles has just gotten back from fce cast and in answer to the question low did you find things away from Abi. lene said: 'In St. Louis and Chicago I found afl classes- of business in a " satisfactory condition. I made it a point to inquire bout the general outlook the money arket etc. Everybody told me that confidence had been completely re stored again and that business was as satisfactory now as1 ever before." To what did they attribute the change for the better! "Well the first and principal cause is due to the immense crops of wheat taJ the big prices. Then again the -cuumry has. gotten through the jiquf. dating period. An immense amount of indebtedness has been squared iip the people in the meantime have been economical and are now in condition to assume new obligations and com. mencc again." Is it the feeling that good tunes Will be enjoyed throughout the Country Tor -a long period now?. "Yes. In...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 October 1891

f" ' t V Tifinye??'?1 ii?)FW;Tr'T.A" '''ijr"'-"' i- -TV " 'l . yn n rir'ii 1" f tj t - ' o '' T ' ; v 5 fl The Abilene Reporter VOL. X. AB1XENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 23 1801. NO. 43. I J. I y is - t V r " K V h xt i c v ? If' v Hone Notes. $100000 was paid by Charles Reed of Tennessee for the thoroughbred stallion St. 'Blaise. This noted stal lion was sold at auction in New York and $100006 ts the most tmney ever paid for a thoroughbred. It is now re- ported that Hagin wants the horse at $125000. H. M. Haskew's yearling colt Lone Star State bv Haskew won the year- ling stake at Dallas Tuesday and in the second heat got a mark f 1:17 1 1 and finished in a jog. The Dallas News says of the race: When a yearling horse in his first public trial goes a half mile in 1:17 1-2 it is accounted a wonderful peror- manre. But that is what Lone Star State made at the exposition grounds yesterday and a big crowd saw him do it. It was an easy thing for the little bay to do as everybody saw ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 October 1891

WniU.ll'S FAJBHOTES. Sit Henrv Wood of the Bntish ro). I1 al ci nmibsion. says that it Is the prcs- eiil intention of the Commission to build at (In. imposition a typical old English H).inor or hall as the English 'head quarters. He xnys also that an exact rt-produuum of Shalcespcar's house at SMttordonAvon will be built if the nv -fsarv spare can be secured. U is pro.ible that the five territories New Mexico Utah Arizona Okla- homa. aill Alaska will make their ex- hibit of their resources and products under one roof. They united in a re- quert to that effect and it was granted. Utah however wants to exhibit by hcrsclt if her legislature appropriates enough money to enable her to do so. The executive committee of the lllf- flow woman's alliance has asked for the privilege of making a display at the fair which will show the evil results of child labor. 1"he oriental consistory has appoint' ed a committee to devise plans and a piogramme1 for the entertainment of all Scott'fh Rite Maso...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 October 1891

ST 4 f KAKKS OF A Fit SHDE. lightly TuiU of a Booial Insect Bit Xdione from a Dangerous Bathtub i We named him Belshazzar on the occasion of Ms first visit to us though I have' forgotten what suggested the I name. He was a big black spider ' with a shiny fat body suggestive of ! an auunuancc ui wes uui lor an mis appreciation of the good things of life he was of a scholarly turn pf mind. We Were all seated around the study able preparing trje next day's lessons and tasks when Minnie gave a scream that made me jump and even the boys looked up startled. There was a big black spider calmy seated on a r j .. J..atin dictionary regarding us intently. y&' I flapped a paper at him but he only ftrpmr in hi libera with a liirfitlir fnn. temptuous air and did not stir. "Let him alone sister" said Tom. "I've been studying about spiders and here is a good opportunity for observ- ing their habits." As if encouraged by this champion- L ship Belshazzar descended from the dictionary and crawled...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 October 1891

wniiLirs FAIRXOTES. Sif Henrv Wood of the British ro) at euiimmsion. says' that it is the pres em ime'i ticm ol the commisuon to build at (In. exposition n typical old English manor or ball as the English head quarters. He says also that an exact rvproductiiin of Shakespear's house at . Sir.ttlord-on-Avon will be built if the n- e.arv pare can be secured. U is proable that the five territories Mew Mexico U'ah. Arizona Okla hoinn.nml Alaska will make their ex hibit of their resources and products under one roof. They united in a re quest to that effect and it was granted. Utah however wants to exhibit b lierst ll if her legislature appropriates enough money to enable her to do so. The executive committee of .the Illi- nois woman! alliance has asked for the pmihgc of making a display at the fair which will show the evil results of child labor. ' The oriental consistory has appoint- ed a cutmnittee to devise plans and a ptogromnie fur the entertainment of all Seott'YH R'te Masons who a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 October 1891

V vU fa T ;. i -1? FXAHKS OF A FIT SPIDER. lightly Tiiltt'of a Sooial InieCt Hit Edscue from a Dangeroui bathtub. We named him Delshazzar on the occasion of his first visit to us though I have forgotten" what suggested the name. He was a big black spider with anhiriy fat body suggestive of an abundance of flies but for all this appreciation of the good things of life he Was of a scholarly turn of mind. We were all seated around the study -table preparing the next day's lessons and tasks when Minnie gave a scream that made me jump and even the boys looked up startled. There was a big black spider calmy seated on a Latin dictionary regarding us intently. I flapped a paper at him but he only drew in his legs with a slightly con temptuous air and did not stir. "Let him alone sister" said Tom. "I've been studying about spiders and here is a gbod opportunity for observ- ing their habits." As if encouraged by this champion- ship Belshazzar descended from the dictionary and crawled slowly o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 October 1891

1 v. t c The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED At' ABILENE . - - TEXAS. rrr z - r tt ; "lai J aa1: ' .-trams FRIDAY OCTOBER j3 i3ox fWJV HOENY JR.. Editor. i i I. 1 1 ... 0f In RrroRTER Building on Second Street. p-' -1 -' wi-T- ntirwl Iho Abllcnt. TexM toUofflw a "(nd-CI Will Matter Snbitriptloa Kti. One yer. ..... t. $IS SU'nontJis.. ..... ....'.. 4 75 Three months. . .. .... 40 Tcza tad J? stifle Local Tlm Tbl. EAST-BOUND rASSt-NOK. Xrrirc..... 10:40. . Departs ............ ..........11:05 M WEST-BOUND rASSCNGKR. Xmves. 4108 P. M. Departs..... 43 r. M. 11 1 r 1 H r .. 1 1 .1 11 . 1 1 r ' - J Mrs. Allen G Thunnan cjied at her home in Columbu O Sunday. Gov. Campbell knocks Mr. McKin- ley out in debate and will snow him under next month. Gr'mrCleveland will without doub be the nominee for the presidency on the democratic ticket. If the democrats would elect their candidate (or president in 1892 the fight must he made on the tanff. One hundred Indiana newspaper men will pass through ihU ci...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 October 1891

www?w5f!SHI5P V7 nrr'4i yFfHT "!V l V "r u v- u r . i i- ft-t t A YEAR OF The farmers of the Abilene country have experienced a season of plenty and theREPORTER wants to know wlio among them all is the most popular. To this end we offer a light running HARRISON WAGON to the most popular farmer in the Abilene country embracing the following counties : Callahan Shackleford Jones Stone tvtili Haskell Fisher Nolan Runnels and Taylor. RULES OP CONTEST. VWVlMWVSAMi 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 26th of November and no votes will be counted that are received after 6 o'clock p. m. of that day. The coupons should be cut out evenly from the papers and sent in to this ffice in any quantity. As will be noticed there are two cupons in each piper one of which en- titles the holder to a vote for each coupon and the other entitles the holder to one vote for each we...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 October 1891

Q ' 1 WecU'FlrXtM. Fennsylv.-nU's exposition building irill cost $7Sooo The VVesUrn Union telegrtph com- ny intend to frame handsomely tie rst telegraph message ever sent Which wis in May 18444 and exhibit it vi the electric department at the expo- sition The Message was received by frof. Morse at Me capitol tn Washing- on from an assistant in Annapolis. The Amettcan prorrtological society M its recent annual meeting in Wash- ihgton decided to make an' exhibit classified by state and county associ- ations and also by indivi.iu.ds; and it Appointed a World's fair committee of tix to confer with the horticultural de- partment and to perfect arrangements The Florida horticultural society has asked for three acres in Which to show an orange grove and make a fruit dis- play. India will have a $103000 building at the fair. It will hot cost that much however as a large share of .the ma tcml. all of which will come' from the jftate will be donated. Aside from the cost of the great building ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 October 1891

( i a v e1 POULTRY DEPARTMENT Roup. 'Tell me what Wdo for my poultry; their eyei swell nd hut and they have a difficulty In breathing) llwy will rattle and make a nolle to you cat hear them quite distance. I cannot do without your valuable Journal. O. R. P." You have bad cases of roup among your fowls and no doubt it lips nssum ed a diphtheric form in some. In the first place separate every bird from the flock that shows any signs of run ning at the nostrils swelled eyes nnd rattling in the throat; put them by themselves in a comfortable place where cold winds or draughts wnl not reach them. Then get some cider vinegar and boil it and while boiling add'somc alcohol to it. While warm wash the face and eyes thoroughly then swab the inside of their mouths and throat with the same. A pfere of flan- nel lied on a small stick will do for a swab. Have ready at the same time dissolved in a bottle equal parts of sugar of lead and alum say an ounce or two of each kind and enough acetic acid o...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 October 1891

F. REPLY TO REAGAN I IJIOM A. 1 FAXftUHAR OF YORK ?ENN8YLVANIA. Jtw th$ Democrats are Treading the SJlter Question in tho East laboring to Keep the Tariff the Ihhs. October 15 1891. lion. John H. Reagan. Dear Sin Your long and interest 4g letter of the and inst. was duly re Ctiyed and 1 have delayed replying until I Could find tme to give it the -consideration to which the character tfid standing of the writer entitled it. There is a satisfaction in discussing tjutitions of he public welfare when flie can feel a cbmplete confidence in the nenuincncis in the arguments lie lias to meet. Your position on the question or Silver coinage is I cannot ljiut)t. as sincere as fully considered -fnd as disinterested as my own. You Save no personal interest in the coin 4fge beyond what is necessarily bound Up in the interests of your fellow citi -tfcns any more than I. The demi- gogub motive to shout with the loud Ct crowd in order to shout himself fcito place and power is as important tith one ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 October 1891

The Abilene Reporter. !'"' 1 " ''" VOL. X. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 30 1891. NO. 44. t 1 S H fr h if- A Xuslriesi Hen Organize for the Fro v trttion of all Honest People. The business men of Abilene met last Thursday in the mayor's office and . licard from Mr. R. G. Rider a complete ( explanation in detail of the advantages which result from organizing Under the protective plan provided by 'The Mer- a chants Mercantile Agencv of Chicago. J' Illinois" The Abilene. Texas sub- senber's branch was then organized ' the following gentlemen being elected the officers. T. S. Rollins Pres ; Ed. S. Hughes. Vice-Pres.; V. M. G. Mackechney Sec; Wm. Flournoy Treas I . EXECUTIVE BOARD. N. Porter J. M. Radford Geo. p. Phillips Geo. Hirris J. A. Lowry Sixteen firms signed the agreement afterwards formulated into the consti tution and by-laws p'edging them- selves to abide by the tame for one year. A fine is the penalty fixed for i violating (he clause in the constitution which provides...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 October 1891

W ' r World's Fair Uotcs. ' Florida at its recent World's fair convention deckled to raise $100000 for its representation at Chicago in 1883. ' The associated press has applied to the grounds and building committee of the exposition for suitable space either in the press quarters on the ground or in a seperate building where its re ports can be prepared and dispatched during the fair. It is certain that the exposition authorities will provide ex- tensive press and telegraph facilities but the details are pot yet determined. Between 340 arid 150 men are em- ployed )n perfecting die landscape features of the exposition site. It is the intention to make the grounds ex- ceedingly beautiful by walks drives lawns terraces fountains shrubbery and flowers. Several hundred thous- and dollars are to be expended for this purpose. 'flic first infantry regiment national guard of California has decided to at- tend die exposition in a body and has inaugurated a plan for providing for the expense o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 October 1891

'JtyT9? ipt.fL"WTf ITf "; W"J )TpyY'$tfl'TU- tf . " 7 - T f ' ' i & . ft A IPLINDlD XO&tHXKir LIQHT8. Bern recent Displays of Aurora Bore Kluintho farKorthflret li' Clnclnnatil Commercial C untie The northern Jights have beei) un commonly fine and bright jit Edmonton N. W T. fpr some weeks and the wise ones say that we shall hqve along; sharp winter. Others hold that the aurora dances pnly when a cold spell is breaking Up in the north and that we muv expect mild weather as long as thty are active. But whether the profets say warm or cold the people are sawing wood just the same and artf nit taking any chances. Last winter the mercury dropped 60 de- grees below zero and we dont propose to be left out in the cold in conse qtlence of any ndrthern lights. On the night of August 30 there was a remarkable outburst of polar lights J that intensified Until at two o'clock next morning mure than half the sky was filled with them. A peculiarity of this display was that the arch was lif...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 October 1891

'-: The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT ABILENE - - - TEXAS ':; "if us FRIDAYOCTOBER 30 1891. JOIM OEJVy JJ!. Editor. CWre In RrroRTKR Ituildlnf; on Second Street. nlered at the Abilene. TexM !otome Second C1m Mill Utlcr. SBtnetiptlon Bates. Oce year..;. Six months. . . . Three months. .$1.50 75 40 Ttx&s and Pacific tocalTta Table. EAST-BOUND rASSENC.RK. Xrtives. .:....... .16:40 A. u Depm. ...... .11:05 A. M WXST-BOUND pASSKNCl. Wmrw t... 4so8 r. M. Dqru... ... 43 " " We have had quite a number of prospectors here the past week. 'Hie Abilene Country produces the finest wheat grown in the southwest. The Courier Joti ml is confiden Campbell will be elected g vernor of Ohio. R. A. Musgruves new paper at Sweetwater has been received at this office. If the democrats carry Qhio there is no "sorter" doubt as to which party will elect the next president. "More money and less tariff" says Governor Campbell in his campaign speeches. And that's what the coun- try needs. Gaeztte. The democr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 October 1891

pssrwviTJr rl' t flwy r fcl i n - .1 ife ' - ;V- fiv: i; u A YEAR OF PLENTY. tf The farmers of the Abilene country have experienced a S season of plenty and the Reporter wants tb know who arrioncr them all is the most popular. To this end we offer a light running HARRISON WAGON 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 OF CONTEST. j 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 a6th of November and no votes will be counted that are received after 6 o'clock p. m. of that day. t s. The coupons should be cut out evenly from the papers and stnt in to this Rice 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 holder to one vote for eac...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 October 1891

' t T -N 3EZ HBLOTJKS WOKEN. Xe is TTntbla U JteUU bit Fondneit For tfif gin tkem. 1V)4H. Cal Oct. io. This pretty lit- tjc city is flR-atly excited over the woik alf some unkftOFn rcal who catches ji'oraen on the street and litigftj and cisses them Nearly every night wo ien walking alone or in couples in the less frequented parts of the city arc as faulted by the man. Women will not go out of their dooryards after dark unless accompanied by a man or in a large party. Every one is talking 4bout the man who is known as Jack he sdueezer. The Dolice and two de- (ectivesare doing all they can (o a prebend die fellow. The man's mode Cf operating is to cither lay in wait 4i a secluded spot on a resident street id suddenly rush out 'on a woman Bid snatch r squeeze her violently about the wbist or walk past a woman ix a shaded or dark place on the street Jtnd then turn and squeeze her. "Sev- eral women say he has tried to. kiss them and there are many who have fieen hugged and squeezed by t...

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