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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 November 1891

:fiVPf"M ? ; Li i i r ' V J c 1 &OOXS AND WYAJJD0T8. ThetCwk HAlf the Pen Dark Itocki Loiing Their Grip. Mr. Wallace doesn't btlieve that the cock is half the pen; and in a well worded argument he say'. "On the breeding pen the fanciers must depend Tor a season or success' or a season ot disappointment. The mate bird nuy be a poor breeder; he may be organic ally afficted or he may have expended his force the previous season. If one hen proves barren which is seldom the case five or tribre hens will be pro ductive; but when a male bird proves useless the whole season goes for noth- ing." Now stick a pin right here. Uro. Wallace says if the male bird proves worthless the whole season goes lot naught and yet he says the cock is not half the pen. Now every one has a right to his own opinion and my experience has taught me that the cock will hold his own as half the pen. Take five pullets scoring 93 points and mate up with a cockerel scoring 87$ now take a cockerel sconm; 93 points a...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 November 1891

- VynipT Ft'rriy&yv!Wrw ' niY" . u " ' ' 'J (1 " r. .'Tt a f v . r ti t T' I The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT JLB'LENE - - TEXA8. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 30t8gt. JOHN HOENY JR. Editor. y- ' '"I '.' ' ' - Offic 'n RrroaTM RniMintf on Second Street Hn vM at th AHt-Ti. Tjta Portnfflr. iecoit14lM M-ll Matter. H Bubicrlptloa Xates. One Veqr. ...... ............. 4... $1-50 Six mintKi....ks... ............. 75 Three month .. ............... 40 -. - I. !. 1 ! . fi Tax and Paelfle LoealTIma Table. EAST-nOtBin fAMt.NC.KR. Arrives. ............ . . . .k.w10:4 A M Departs .....;. '-. ... ...... I Isoe A- M WR5T-R0lfNl PASSSNCM. VNrri"r$ ...... ...!.... ...... 4:08P.M. Departs. .... .... kt.... 4:30 r. M. Farnler Shaw pets niter Clark un his crib-tre.iitirv" interview and han dies hirri without gloves. (Jov. Hoggs refusal to interfere with the execution oft'iefaw with condemn- ed criminals should be commended by all law.abidinjt citizens. Texas Farm and- -."inch grows bet- ter rvery d-y. Agricult...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 November 1891

wlirF"' tjw"' "ta T '"4.' f(TP?l ; o Wf r i II V ? r v f r :3 h Mk 1 'T&r VrJ k s A YEAR OF PLENTY. The farmers of the Abilene country have experienced a season of 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 t 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. tWVWllWWVNAMi All votes must be cast upon the coupons printed in this paper elsewhere arid 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 irt 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 enti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 November 1891

f " 'fl y CHASED BYMAD DOGS. . EalrbreitV JBcj r f Clk Man atict hk et Girl. A Yarn That Oowi tofror That Bhrk inff Sometime Still Sobm "Savage Bratee Don't Wuta Much Tina la Bark lag When Oat for J?lood. o:h::rist:m:.a.s gifts Nnonelnd hKken at the club for abiiut nn hoiii hcn a raconteur rose lb the (h-cm(iii. Laying aside his pipe will) a look ti regret he began: It's a iM.in.hr sayine that barking dugs don't bin. Like other popular ajings this t n fallacy and misleading. Barking dugttUi not bite while they are barking but there is only one species ofcaniuetb.il .sneaks up t6 you and takes hold H'iout saying a word. That k the Scotch Vollie which inherits its habit of silent luting from a sheep nip- ping ancffctiy." Su ryl Mrl" called out the presi- dent Stor)t Gid bless you! I have 6ne to tell' '" quoted the raconteur remembering Ina classics: "This js only a memory of two dogs accursed butes that lived with an v.nlriendl) tn.in on a hill over which the postroad was bid. Tnis ma...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 November 1891

n vo "" t i ' ""' t w Quality. A correspondent in Prairie Farmer in speaking of quality in beef cattle ays: This term has a potent Meaning in tivcry pursuit in life when applied to the products brought out in any juid every branch of business. A cus tomer' will pay three times the price of a cheap coat for one into -which he has convinced himself superior mater ial has entered. Rxpenence has shown him that more than three times the wear will come of such a garment than oite made of low priced goods arid during ail its time of service it will carry the Countenance of good goods. The same rule holds good in household tie cesslttes hence you often hear a sensi- ble farmer's wife say; O I never buy that quality it's bad economy in the end as 1 long since! learned. Yei farmers have grown gray in the business of growing" steers lor market will cist about among their neighbors to find a discarded scrub bull or one that is about to be discarded that he may be bought at a low figure. He fail...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 November 1891

a"' THE SKESB mm CASE. ToJcai' Strong roiniU the Treaty of Annexation. The Fedarat Supreme Court Has No Jurf idlatfaa Orr Pretonttoai and OoatrovuralM Born of Treaty. WvtvnteuFORD Tex. Nov 7 To Tlie N.ws ln The Dallas News of to-day t iuh cel the special from your Wasiungion correspondent giving a ttatem it. ot (he case and the pleadings in he suit i."pendtng in the supreme cotirt l the United Slates for the title fnd pueiv;ii A fjreer county. As a private ciiu a 1 will be pardoned for suggesting a point Ihat seems to luve been overlooked by' able counsel hav- ing the manage-ncnt ol the Texan case. I m til tin pinion that the state of Texas shoul not submit the pend- ing tmuudfMy cntrovesary to the .de- riMon of 'thc smprerne court of the Uni- ted States. The republic of Texas was admitted into the American union Under a sol" cum treaty ot -indexation in the year of 1845 Sue was a sovereign muYpeUd- cnt nation and contracted with the govern eia of the United States on terms of perfe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 November 1891

' ' ' 'W -v-" iri -. I Abilene Reporter is St VOL. X. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER &7 ijS&l. NO 48 i. .i mi hi r i - The i Hf I i 1 W I ' b i BYNUM GIVES UP THE FIGHT. WITHDRAWS FROM THE RAOE in FAVOR OF HILLS. The Stones Concerning Crup and Tammany are Inconsistent as a Whole .Hills Confident of Soccess. Washington Nov. 24 Special As you have advised the situation fiere on the tpeakershtp question is getting exceedingly warm. Congress- man Bynum of Indiana has withdrawn from the race and will not only vote for Mills but he urges all other demo crals (o the same thing. Yet in spue of that fact there is us much doubt as to the way it is going as there has ever been It has been the policy of the friends of tlr candidates throughout the race to declare that their man was a sure winner and that all the - other candidates were simply "trotting (or place" that is they were making their races in ordsr to get championships of prominent committee It will be remembered that ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 November 1891

nv i iwnns5f'''T'' dtnEuxu m umr mm Thought of at the Pre iieatUl Can- ' Uat At tent The Strait ef U8ceat XlecUoa ob JPollUcs ad 'naUvidu alt. Bole May P la It. Dallas Nes. Washington. Nv. 17 Spechl. . faltittMf art idiu tiirt f(iM yihuunfil I a vwj'iv m afi iia iv ii.jaiv I haVc Hot et ctastd to discuss the re- cent flection and it rflVct on politics and individuals. The democrats have finnlly concluded that they have won a famous victory though I fait to sec anything to shout about unless it be over the tact that the repuoiicans are very mule and not at alt disposed to brag over iinyihing which has happened during the last campaign. The only vkuky they won was in Ohio and in vii iilitg it tiiy saw one of their-idols dimohstud. For from the beginning of the campaign to the end ol tt their gnat orator and debaior William Mo K nicy devoted him elf to one speech and was thoroughly beaten by his oponeiU in mental strength and person- al atr iliuik. Scvi tA of tne newspaper correspond- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 November 1891

ni 'T'.f." U .4 I. r t 4 ""V 4 V S JUK POULTRY DEPAKTMENT mi Ixperlenofl in the Show Room. 1 suppose some readers would like to know my experience in ihe show room To prep re poultry for show get your ch'icks out in January or Feb auary give them extra care and have them fat and slick. Be sure they can- not be disqualified cveli by the most scrutinizing judge rfave them nice and ctan and in perfect health and as near full plumage its' possible. For fowls the above is a good rule to fol- low for it seem to depend on size and plumage in them as well as chicks but more particular on size and fut and good health. True all fowls should be goodall aroupd In ever section. If you are a finder and have never attended a large poultry show you have lost a great amount of information and such that yot) wtll never' learn only at such a place. I admit that a person learns things that should never be Eracticed but it is well for a person to e versed in this line also so he may be on the lookout. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 November 1891

ffjrrvi" mtsv-rrr&fi ! "Tit "V " i ! ' The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT TtitJN12 - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 17 t8gt. "70 VAT flOEATY JR EditoTT Offe 'n Rekhtkk RutMing on Second Street. Mrt tit the Ahlti-ne. Tex foitofflre Hecond-CUM XU Mttr. ftrtttrirtlot lUtM. One rear. .. ... Six mnth. ......... ......... Yhrw? mnttlht.. ...... .$t.SO 75 . 40 Txm ud PseUe iMtlTlstt Tbl. tAST-BOUNtl rASSEXOBK. AtnYr . 4 utM ... .10240 a M. D-rts........ii.......t!:o5 A. M WEST-BOU?1d PASSINCRR. Arrives ..7i . ... ... 4?oS P. u. Deo!t.......t. .-......... 4:30 r.M. Oaf tamers There are few among the farmers of the Abilefle country who are not in a fectiir condition today than they wcra a jer ago Or I10 cannot show a bal- ance 011 the profit side of the farm ledger for (he ) ear's work now dos- ing. The Rutorter relieves the farmers of 0 t i tiuntrr will go into next year owing Icsn and with more cash on band than at any time in the history of this country. Thr belief is founded on facts as ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 November 1891

Sfrhr'7' W '- ( ""Tjr'V ; ?' Tf '(tiy.r J" qpwV f . em fifnrFK J A YEAR OF PLENTY. The frirners of the Abilene country have experienced a seaSori of plenty and the Reporter wants to know who amon 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 fllf fnllnwintr rniintlfC Cnllnlian CJViiinMofruvJ Innnc Qtnna. J wall Haskell Fisher Nolan Runnels and Taylor. RULES OP CONTEST. WWWWWWSIVlrti All votes must be cast upon the coupons printed in this paper elsewhere and no'vote wilthe 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 ffiee 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 atid the other entitles the holder to on...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 November 1891

ftw 1 I" ST i T t '"! " " tv ivT ' ' t9-W0HLD8 FAlK COMMITTEES. Cask tbe Work Kaulng Jfandi- letter JTrom BtrMter General Jvi. ta Yl'c ltefe to catTyour attention and tfcat of the public generally to the no Compamng Utter pf Director General Geo. S Davis of the Columbian wpo jtftion wt It a supplementary endoine- Went from Smelarv Jno- TV Dickm- uii boiH ol whip are strong ch'Jorse- aients of the Totts World's fair exhib- it association and ckfine very ckarly Che kind and character of the exhibit (hat can be made in. the Texas build ' These tetters are as follows: Chicago. Il Nov. 9 1891. Hon. Tho. J. Hurley president Texas World's fair exhibit association Fort Worth Tex My Dear Sin I have the honor to acknowledge receipt of your esteemed favor ol the 4th inst. submitting the follow ng question t which I tike plea- sure 111 answering fully and directlv. as I desire to aid your association in ev- ery way in my power the said associa- tion having beea recognized by the management of t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 November 1891

v J 1'V TO HOYS GREAT CROWDS. TmfiiparUtioa Facilities and How They Can lie Provided. The following interview with Mr M.- M. Kirkman vice-president of the Northwestern railway and chairman of 'the transportation committee of the World's Columbian exposition is a clear statement of transportation faqjli. ties to be provided for reaching the ex- position grounds from the center of the city of Chicago: "The transportation problem as re- gards the World's fair is interesting. Carriers at large will do all that is re- quired of them. The railroads run- ning to Chicago' will -not be found want- ing. The probltm to be overcome is a local one. It is that of carriage be- tween the heart of the city and the grounds. In this tystem the Illinois Central railroad and the rable lines are the greatest factors. The Illinois Cen tral railroad should be affotded facili- ties for handling the maximum number of pasengers that can be moved on four tracks devoted exclusively to the business. I understand...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 November 1891

13 regressive Stein' in lal itiel Ma QfttltR. No party can serve Iwo masters. Whenever a democrat speaks of a tcv Cine tanfTaffording alt the protection .ceded he is so neat the republican pounds that in practice he will easily go where his inclinations seems to 1 oint. What he savs is perhaps true but ua meaning is another version of he adage that viligence is the price of liberty Vigilance which foils ioo of fcn m keeping certain aparitus in or Jer must finally either desist or take a radically different course by providing Other aparatus different in kind. A present many intelligent minds are Contemplating absolute free trade but it seems thit they should keep in ym pathy with thp. democratic tartiT re form tts. All that is beige done in Cither camp against protectionism is educational and the democratic poli C laps are probably soon to be intrust cd with an opportunity which they mav rjte or abuse To these absolute free tnders who are neither anarchists nor Communt ts the ftews ...

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

j J. mi ... f The Abilene Reporter o VOL.X ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 4 1801. NO. 49: I 1 - V J i p v T. J kh J) j i m: uimicnnun occKcna PITIFUL TALES OF REPUBLICAN DECAY IN THE WEST. The Convention was the Balm Gllead Needed Thlngs That Threaten Demorcraoy Next Year. Dallas' News. Special. Washington Nov. 39. The tional republican party has done na- ns work and let it before the country. That wink from the view of the ordi- rinrv man consisted wholly of setting 'the place and time of the convention wh'ch in this instance was Minneapolis on June 7. The date was agreed up- on after the place had been selected hence their was some surprise because' it was believed that the Very earliest day which could be Selected under the rules of the party would be selected. Forlt had been given out all along by Mr. Clark son that the convention would doubtless be called together in the last week of May. Up about Min- neapolis it is rather chilly in May and hence it was thought be.st f...

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

r-T" - - ywrn " r1 TEXAS ON WHEELS. !f Ac Inst Day f thf Stay in Btra inghum A Woildc-rfal DUplay Seen by thoniani. Hern d. 1'ixk on WneeU" was visited yes erifoy by from 5000 lo 8000 people ndvrv visitor w cnrduly Wcl cnniriU Director W II SlcuWntid Mr. Heili doing everything ihey could for (lie t oulfort of Umse who cilltd to cr tltr MHide.iul display of the riches f the Lohe Star Ktiite ' i'hi wll lie the last day on which wur people will havf tlie opportunity t verity the exhibit. 4 nil duulrtlcss thousand nl' tin in will ttikc advantage cf it. It is well worthy 01 a visit from am tiu. L)ife lor Slossotn who is a mmt agrct-HbU gentlrrun lives at New ItiriiiinlMm lex. and he i a great adimrrr of this great Birmingham of in. Scver.il gentlemen re witt. the fa mu Aliluma tin Wheel" parly and kavc brrn thrbugh the Texas curii. I'luy uccord the latter infinite su-pt-nority in the matter of taste and style. This car Is really a work of art and arranged without regard to ex pcnre l'ie ...

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

X ft X k v - A f it t ha w i 1 A WORLD'S FAIR BONANZA. An Opportunity Still Open for Making Fortnnei in Connection With the Exposition. One of the very best chances to make money in connection with the World's fair is only just beginning to receive the attention it deserves. Those who avail themelves of it are sure to divide atjlong Uiem fully $50000 a day and quite likely twice that amount. According to conservative estimates by those who h ive given the subject a greut deal of study the average daily attendance at the exposition will be upward of 150000' It ts believed that on some days the attendance will reach oyer 400 000 the approximate number of those wno visited the Paris exposition of 1889 on its last day Jackson Park where the exposition will be held is between seven and eight miles from the centre of the city where are situated the great hotels and the railway depots and where the great majority pf visitors must necessarily start. liy what means are these enormous crowds ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 December 1891

r .; 7 t'SV 'f V 1 3 n t 1 The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT ABWNE - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY DECEMBER 41891. "jO fV HOENW Jit.. Editor. OlT.c in n Kfkh.TRk rtiilWInjj on Second ireet. Hit. Abilene. Tejas. Jinnu a rnn-Cm Mill Matter. SubicrljiUoa Bates. One rnr .....4. ).... i.$l-50i 'SI mnih. ..... ..i . . 7$ Three nrrmdi. ........... .... 4 Texas and Ptcifle Local Time Table. rXTT-H0UNO PASSKNOm Arrives 10:40 A.M. Departs. lt:o$ A. M WBST-BOUNU rASSENCKR. Arrives . . 4:08 r. m. DrjKiit. 4:30P.M. That $900 Not. F n Worth is in trouble. The city council iciemly negotiated bonds fro'" wl kIi $150 000 was realized tor street fmpr(VMn-im. The council proposed to tr it;.' r a portion ot this anioutu to tin genual fund to meet current ex ptns.es To this proceeding the Mad objected and to prevent it sued out an injunction in the district court re- straining the council. The court de- didid that the money teal zed could not be used except for the purpose for which the bonds were issued and that ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 December 1891

XjOO-A.Xj. GOLD Jesse Hittson spent Sunday here Everybody is proud of the new opera house. ' frs. Geo. P. Phtllipi was quite sick '- 'V ijp 1 Tuesday. rMj.M. MI-FORD I Tuesday here. . . - 'f i3 piece toilet sets $4.00 to $20.00 at China Hall. 46-tf. " ' IWIH ! Mrs. Lawler is confined to her room with neuralgia. " S. O Maddox Weatherford was i here Monday. r 1 nenry aayics jeit lor Washington Lf ftMlwavaJ wi tutfij " t ' " Capt Whitt Rnyrter spent several 1 days here last week. Gtis Ackermans handles the celebra- ted Hostetter's bitters. 4g-if. ....i . j- h Border & Capel Vill exchange new 1 '' goods for old gold and silver. 494t m 1 There were 300 bales of cotton on Hk wagons here Wednesday evening. im Daugherty has been at home . una wttis. 11c siys 111a v-uiut ait uu yt ina nicelv j S K. Radford was in town Tuesday- He reports plenty of grass and water in his pasture. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hittson 6f Fish- er county spent several days in this city this week. Mayfield & Hughes...

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

fearing the TiMt Cemp&uteiC ti k quile r novelty to Rod a went. CTn newsp.iper denouncing the wild cat Concerns which Abound tit ill it section Qr II it country west of the Mtssismp)i -ivtr. but tltr St. Joseph G. zette with (lie tt urjge of it am vuiiotis. ilocs not deMtftie to open llic batltiici of us etl Itonal CoiunuiH oh all sucii silumts. Under the caption 'JJ.gu Financial Cuipormionv" prints the folloiitg: 'Uuiider lite laws of this state pi 4hveiittoti 01 irresponsible financial cor- fur.1tiunr tluieisnrind. The stat lut authorizing t(ie fonrntinn of ttut ComjjV'''" rc tl(4 rdost monstrous 4at could be devised. A MuhjUii CfU company .nay exercise. srnre t.f powers not united in a single cotpnrii tion liv the laws of any other siaic in the Union. The repository trusts it ftiay also engage in the uiviranre oi Hie fiJclav of public officials and of in- dividual; nuv become surely on am lond nqurrcd by the order ol anv Court or oy any law of the state. It way rrceive the mo...

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