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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 8 January 1892

' " -' r ' II I k in l ft Up i AfiTESJAN INVESTI6A1I0N. wr ifo4ensalion of Prof. -L T. Hill'i forthcoming Seport; t Great WatitBeariDpEormatlon "fa Texa Xhelr Source distribu tion and Availability. Washington. Tan 2 rSpecial 1 Mr. Robert T. Hill of Teas assistant geologist of the United Stales artesian investigation in charge of Texas In- djan territory and New Mexican areas i ha handed the secretary of the inter ior his report upon the occurrence of ' artesian and underground ( water In 1 these areas. Mr. Hill was jn the con ) federate army and was but a boy when the confederacy collapsed. In 1874 he was the printer and editor of tha Comanche Chief. Comanche then beirlg the extreme western town of Texas In 1875 he engaged in survey- ing the then Unexplored panhandle. In T1877 he was a cowboy on the old over- land trail and here he had several rounds with the Cheyenne Indians. In i88a he went to Cornell univer. sity. Wnile attending the college he jghad to work at a case in a newspa...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 8 January 1892

o It l 7T V' W c if-' 3 ' f r i. -p. it K ! F Ir ; k m R . " )$ k'4 ' tfcl WATIE WOUKS. Crt4ret mil Signed and Work tt Begin at Once. JAjbilene's water work are to be cn- VMgti and the service extended as mi- anced in the Reporter lost week. W could not then gtve the contract ifer while it hid about all been agreed mtfoti. the paper had not been signed. TTtte signing was done Tuesday and maw re publish in full the terms or ease of the city's water works and the ragreement between the city and the jObtlene Water Works Company. THK CONTRACT. This agreement made and entered Sato this 29th day of December 1891 Zfcetween the city of Abilene and the Xbilene Water Works Company a cor- rporatfon existing under the laws of TTexis witnesseth; First That for and in consideration of the things to be performed the ob- ligations to be assumed conditions to 3e complied with and the convenents te be observed and expenditures to Jbe made by the Abilene Water Works Iompany as hereinafter set out and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 January 1892

r yT 1 t-r 'l ! itl ! Him. JMite-i The REPORTER. VOL." XI ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAYjMORTJrNG JANUARY 15 1892. NO. 8. pr-sn-'-.-. -r t f? ; -- ' ' ' ' .. . i . . -Abilene i i r . l int. i - i i . .' i i . - i ii ii - . nil1 - . n i ' mtmmk nHi tw hi i d .mm- " ' '" i .... .i i . -r- i "ii. -fl- - 1 Ikj j l St; y l V fi U f. u THE NATIONAL CAPITAL. THE SILVER (1UE8TI0N A TOPIO OF DISCUSSION Bland Will Press a Freo Coinage Sill and Make Members Go On Record. WAsWrttOTON Jan. i j. (Special) The talk on the silver question in- creases in volume. Before congress met to-day thers was warm discussion all around. Bland of Missouri declared that he intended to bring in a free coinage bill and that every democrat in congress would have to go on the record in an aye and no vote. He said he was not here and neither were other democrats t& represent the policy of this or that man or this or that fac- tion of the party but here to Secure relief for his people in financial mat ters. McKinney of New ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 January 1892

-- .. v -1 v v ' """js?p;w?55'w5W?5w?' " ' ; Ji h AGRICULTURE Treating for Drouth. There is no agricultural region with jjbllie boundaries of the United States in roc tanner oocs not ioqk wuii fcr and trembling (or the possible vis fcatttott of drouths mote or less severe at tome time during the cropping sea- There hiav pass seasons in which drouths do not show Up. but such pstotis are not at all to be depended as sure at any time. H the 1 4routh happens not to come all well onougn; it u aoes come a ining it u apt to do it cuts short bur crops lia'pcoportion to its duration. Were we prepared to irrigate our mAa at will we could guard ..against bad results from drouth but com I jBtillrvely few in the so-called non-irri-laatios regions now have such arrange laaoHs wc are sorry to say; but all have bin easy reach the next best: thing m irrigation a thing that would ren- 'them comparatively safe in the re : of summer rains were they dis footed to put it to intelligent practice. realtude...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 January 1892

H ?i 1 1 ' n V ! . ' '. ! ! POULTRY DEPARTMEHT. Poultry Uotes. A). Boyce of Mcrke) was down last week inquiring about chickens He has sold all his but one Wyandotte male. He says when he is "in the business it is no good." but when he went out eggs brought a good price. You should have stuck to it Al and you now would have your reward The answers to the questions given by U. No are good but 1 cannot alto- gether agree with him upon the sub- ject that Games are the best all pur- pose fowls. I welcome you UkNo'to the poultry columns and hope you will write often and learn us many things for from the way you answer questions you are no doubt a competent poultry raiser. Hope you may give the read ers of this department htf benefit of your experience from time to time. Here are the answers I prepared for those questions; what do you think of them? A very bad case of roup kill and cremate. Treat the remainder of flock with sulphur tintture of iron; in- ject kerosene in nostrils. A very ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 January 1892

' T ' "'Si -. i'Tfie Abilene Reporter. I . rUN..SHED AT jAaiUMnc - TEXAS. 5 frIdaV January .5 t8o .h 4 j JOHN IOENYy JR. Editor. k EUroR-ru RuIMing on Second Street t thb Abilene. Tetu I'osioffic a Hecond-Class Mall Matter. tafeicrlptlon Kites. .51-SO 75 . 40 Months 1i tad rtlfle local Tim Table. EAST-&0UNI) TASStKOKR. tAmre. .......... 10:40 a. m. IAmmU ...11:03 A. M WKSr-BOUNU fASSKNGtk. llAMm. .. .4. ...... .. .. 4:08 r. m. 1 1 XMM(tS k 43 ' It way not be Cleveland it cannot WH.H. The west Texas press association wctts at Metkel Monday Jan. 35th. It k important that there be a full at tm4uitx. Tluv l"Yir.irii Piiii.nitMf U-d mwr WW.a.. WUIIVI'UUOkll U HU I changed hands and now Will L. Sar- l feat docs the writing for that paper j Sargeant will wake up the natives all Jfavara. The free coinage men who were for f Hilt for president becaused he favored twee coinage will now have to hunt up aome other virtue in thetr favorite Me has declared htnuelf against that I tKeenment. t ....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 January 1892

TfyfatW"'yrpfiqlwt'mn'r " ';-' TvT V " i- -1 - 'vv timfi l :m '1 I I M f Id TKI WORLD'S FAIK. "WM Will Garry off tbe' Honor in qf Store for a Popular Idtdy. fcT The Abilene Light Infantry will d its sponsor to the. World's fair and pay all the expenses connected ".i. . . i ' (Ml ' .... .1 .. i J Wlli inci'ip. i.ius umuiiiuc juuug tauy will also accompany the boys to Aus- tin whprp khft will he entertained hv ' " '-- - j j the -sponsor of the company there. ' She will be supplied with a handsome uniform and her trip to the. World's fair will be made with a party of sponsors from the different companies thrpugh ntiK lhf tnti. trim will lie .icpninnin. ied by chaperdnes. i Now who will be fortunate enough to secure this honorable position? Whojof our young ladies will be elect ed by the people of Abilene to repre- sent the company at the World's fair? The company intends that all shall have a voice in this selection that all shall have an opportunity to Vols for some one for the place....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 January 1892

I ' W ' itlfWTrynFyTmL "W -rwftrgpr y f '' ' t.tUm. j . r. k y V I I. WORLD'S FAIR YiTORK. X TMIIOHX STAR STATE IS TO UilPXISlKTED JLt Cfcleage the People Mast Open Xkeir Pocketbooki A Trlval Only Sabsorlbed. IxrcutivkOffick.Tkxas World's Wair Association Waco Jan. 9. To fee people of Tcxasi The Texas world's tfkir exhibit association has now been organized and actively at work since June 1891. The first few months were devoted to organising the state in the interest of this great work the result cfeeing that world's fair committees lave 1ecn organized in 183 counties Several hundred thousand pieces of literature were sent out broadcast throughout the state with the view of educating the people up 16 the impor- tance of havtug Texas properly repre- sented at the world's fair. The cost of tthis preliminary work was advanced by nlie directors. Following this earnest appeals were made to all classes ot citizens to contibute according to their aaeans and patriotic inclination with 4he v...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 January 1892

wSA!iTOp?5f5! "' VT HORTICULTURE. Aamlcan Grapei and tbel? Improve- ft( wents. Tj V. Munton Texnii In American A grlcultiirltl. .In the production of" fine raisins I Voice grapes for shipping in a fresh ' Wist... . .tla.A... ua.Bl.Ltn KHll aL ". 1 mt-U W UlSlillll IlliMKCia UIIU JUSU IUI i ('the production of wines Spain and nary nave jor centuries oeen me ieau wig countries. But for the great bulk and best qualities of the wines of the r. globe as well as for great quanties of fine table ciapes France stands pro j mtnent. So superior were the varic- 1 1 ties for various purposes in these re gions that early in the settlement of this countryi no notice was given the native American species for vineyard cnlture. Millions of cuttings and plants (rom European varieties were I' intrduced into thousands of localities '( which invariably alter a fair start met with final and complete failure. ' 'y NATIVE SEI.0L1NCS Disheartened yet dertermined not to be deprived of this most wholesome and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 15 January 1892

w f iji-ifprf-n iirn Kir V ft IV h e AM penoti having east off clothing whle of1 being repaired for women children VnH confer a favor1 on .the evoknt Society by dropping a pos- ttl to Mrt. Clinton laying where the fcrthtflg may be tailed for.- Every in wearing apparel acceptable a re are many to be clothed. Mrs. C. Evans l'res. Mug J.iJ Clinton Treas. Promotion! "tn-the notice ol election of officers f the Abitcne national bank in this flupef which occured last Tuesday a idunge in the officers is mentioned by whtch Mr. I. G. Lowdon formery -cashier moves up. to the presidency and E- O. Price formerly head book iitcper ts promoted to the cashiership. These changes were suggested by the weiiring president. Mr. Theo; HeVck iSr. who stated to the directors that ithe business had grown so large that Ike could no longer serve them as presi- dent and thought it good policy any way to encourage the young men in line bank by promoting them The -change of officers will make no differ--ence n ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 January 1892

' ?r5?Rr jvv 755535SJIjj55S5S? '."'(ipww? jwev; Irt-bfcj l v l . :.' VOL. XL ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 32 1802. H0.4L ABILENE REPORTER. 1 1 rlrL . I i 1 h I 8! fv 'V BLAINE WANTS PEACE. JJut Harmon Wants to Pounce on Chile. -Active preparations Being Hade in the Kan Killing Department of Government. Harrison and the Correspondence. WASiUNCTOtf Jan. i8. Special it is now an undoubted fact that Air. JBUune is not for war with Chile. He is reported as having said to one of his -closest friends who interrogated him on the subject that all war talk comes from the white house. This is coupled with the fact that when members of the com nntee on foreign relation of both houses called on him he did not even allude to the strained relations between the two countries. To his Iriend he said that the president seemed bent on a war and that if he Would keep out of the matter then would be no trouble. To-day Secretary Tracy cabled Com- modore Evans o) Yurktuwnlo take the refugees.in hi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 January 1892

I i?wrr0fwr - - JtalnJrt4M4 At Wilt. Chicago Jan 4. KtftoT or.Sloclmi and Firmer: On November totli a patent was ra- ined to Ileitis Gathman of Chicago on ike method of producing Tain. The principle embodied In tlit invention is to elevate liquified or highly corhpressr ed gasses into the upper regions of the atmosphere and liberate the same for lowering the temperature of the sur- rounding air thus forcing the watery vapor down to the enrtrn This is a Kcp in the right direction being based on scientific principles' as rain can only be produced by lowering the tern perature of the atmosphere and as I do not hesitate to say that when the air is in favorable condition rain can be produced at will by this method The atmosphere is often saturated with wuer for weeks nearly to its dew point Without any precipitation and wider such conditions only a slight cooling is necessary to cause a general downpour. Physical laws ale well understood ana when a cold spot is produced in the upper regi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 January 1892

IB ' . & iy .1! r t L V ill i AGRICULTURE 3C 8ago Culture for Texas. Growing sage far market is said to be a very profiitable industry but for some cause not yet explained the in dustry appears to be confined to cer tain limited districts Much ot the sage used in this country h imported which seems strange since we can pro duce it betier undoubtedly than it can be'produced tit any other part' of the world. If sage culture for market has ever fcbeen attempted in Texas we are not aware of the (act. That it would wrll succeed here scarcely admits of a ques tton. Texas is really the natural home Of the sage plant. So favorable for it are natural conditions that the country is full of various wild species some of them very closely related botanically to the species cultivated. Where these wild species grow su abundantly the vtame species would do entirely well no doubt. And we can't go amiss of the wild sages in Texas On our best lands we find them and also on our worst lands. By way...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 January 1892

kM ir rir " r " n -wMmmmm Hi..n.ilti W'H'. The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT TEXAS. frMDAY JANUARY aa 1892. JOHN IIOENV JRt Editor. eki tUroRTKK Building on Second Street. (JMManA at the Abilene. Tunt l'ostofflea at Second-Claw Mull Matter. Babicrlptloa Katts. yer.....i. .; .....51.50 i Months uiTukv 75 months 4a 4 Iru and Pacific local Tlm Tablt Asr-noupD passenom. ! . IOMO A. M 9aprts ....k ..11:05 A- WEST-BOUND PASSENGER. RTCS . pp 4:08 P. M. 4:30 p. W. Greenville had a $30000 fire Tues- The press boys meet at Merkel Mon tr . . This is the time to work for a gulf ceaaection. Abilene water works company bought their new mains at Rusk. Texas iron will be used in the ex- tension of our water works system Mr. Mills has returned to Washington and is reported as "looking better." Mary fane Cox has been done up fcy the grip. He is alright again now. If the season continues favorable the Abilene country will harvest im- aaensc crops this ver. Mr. Cleveland is enjoying duck shoot- ing on...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 January 1892

-. 1 'r i I Hinl. N. f "I ' 1 i i i ii. iK T v TO mi WORLD'S WAUL. .Wke Will Carry off tbe Honor in h' ' Store for a Potmlar Lady. to The Abilene Light Infantry will .Vend Us sponsor to the World's fair pay alt the expenses connected llh the trip. This fortunate young lady will also accompany the boys to Aus- tin where she will be entertained by the sponsor of the company there. She will be supplied with a handsome 1 uniform and lifer trip to the World's fair will be made with a party of sponsors ' from the different companies through out the state who will be accompan- ied by chaperones. Now who will be fortunate enough to securer - this honorable position? Who of our young ladies will be elect- 1 ed by the people of Abilene to repre- setk the company at the World's fair? The company intends that all shall have a voice in this selection that all shall have an opportunity to vote for some one for the place. T. L. Middleton treasurer of the company has charge of the contest and all c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 January 1892

FT?- w wrfyvyfvw tt . I LIVE STOCK. ? IIT1 STOCK ASSOCIATION JL Call fer a State Convention of Stockmen. Te Ac Stockmen of Texas: At a convention of the stockmen of Texas held in the city of Austin on ilie i7tk end ifith November we the un- dersigned Were Appointed a committee often to take into consideration tne feasibility of taking steps looking to the organization of a permanent KVe stock association for the state "Ve were instructed to meet in this city to- day and take such action in reference to calling a general convention of those interested in the live stock industry as the interest or said industry might in oar judgment demand. In pursuance to the above instructions we have care- fully considered and investigated the feasibility of organizing such an asso- ciation and are fully convinced that such an organization will result in great benefit to the live stock interests rf Texas and for this reason have de- cided to call a general convention of live stockmen of the state t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 January 1892

Tr" H- i ' 'I ' (-' 'l'.'"'t OLD t''- 'i- '.'Vv ;- " ' -.4'. -j . .-: .- ... premiums fep 92 I Vn;'A vc j -'. We have mbvd our stock of MOVEDI J P ' v ;'. -. ' -Aw .. ! Dry Goods MILLINERY Clothing Boots Shoes Etc. Into the Reeves' building corner North Second and Pine streets where we will be pleased to meet all our old friends and patrons. Call and see us. Respectfully Rollins & Young. THE SILVER HUESTION The Great Wall Street Financier CjiQive Texas Farmer His IdeaB on Silver. h Texas Fanner. Among moderate-minded men it has been hoped that the large consessions granted by the last congress to the sil- ver mining interests on the one hand and to the misguided inflationists on the other would suffice to dispose of the distributing currency question until at lean the effect of those grants had been fairly tested by experience. Man- ifestly however no moderation either of opinion or of demand for legislative favors is to be expected from that quarter. The executive committee of ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 January 1892

mifciip innm 4 t a - Uinr .Wii iilii lM I ) f VMp4 1 hU M I.' U. I u 0 1 . ' ' I"1 If F . 4.i ' r r. 'HEAVY EXPORTS ttt Ktatk f Dcer the Largest 'Xier Known. Jlfty IretCent. Mare Jflor Shipped IT Farelgn Perti Than Urer Befere fcTtf Beaton io Kow Expect a Xck la The Xoaey ftapply. .Wight ImprbvomBBt Intlio Condition Of If amorous Folate la the South. THE COTTON MAfiKET. New York Jan. 15 R. C Dun & Co's weekly review pt trade says; Jt was suggested two weeks' ngo thai the exports' in December were likely (o be extraordinarily large. The preliminary reports just issued indicate that the ex ports; in that month were probaby the largest ever known' Tort white no in crease apoears in cotton And eXuorts of provisions cattle and oil were slightly less than a ycdr ago a gain of $20- 100.000 rtppears in breadstuff making the notincrcase m principle items $1 7. 540854 or nearly 25 per cent indi- cating that the aggregate exports For the Blotch will probably exceed $t 16000- 00O. agai.ist ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 January 1892

""TPi ' .i---f 'JfS" ' "f!frraf"- A My -T . '.. I" J ' .11 'II' b"l 1 '- .''' It VOL. XI. ABILENE TEXAS FBIDAY MOBNtNQ. JANTJAKY 29 1802. NO. 5. T'lOWC'i. The ABILENE Reporter k t K A 4 r . t I ' WAR ADVISED BY PRESIDE?! HARRISON Who Deolaroa tho Chilean In- sult Too Pronounced to Pass Unnoticed Bis Message to Congress On the Subject. He Thoroughly Justi- fies tho Course of Minister Egan Throughout. Washington Jan. 25 The presi- dent to. day sent the following message to congress relating to (he Chilean im- broglio: To the' senate and house of rVpre- sentataives: In my annual tnessnge delivered to congress at the beginning of the present sess 011 after a bnet statement ot tlie latis then in the pos- session of this government touching on the assault in the streets ol Va'p.i- raiso Chile upon the sailors of the United States steamship Baltimore up- on the evening of the iCih day ol October last it is said: 'This government is now awaiting the result of all investigation winch is bein...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 29 January 1892

7 '.. .i iwtyiw-' w(m&wiwt & . ?xn3wEy55!"! m pDRLD'S FAIR MEETING r V. Jm Interesting Xeport by Secretary Sryan 1 MMMt soae for success under the 3RMMat Flan cf Collecting' Funds Km. Tobin'c Address. Waco. Tex.. Tan. ao.;The Texas Swan Id's fair meeting held here to-day. .wM well attended there being some toy or sixty delegates present rep menttng the active workers in this use. throughout the state both ladies ad gentlemen. The meeting was at sfce board of trade rooms at n a. m. Col H B. Andrews of San' Anto- mo president of ihe Texas world fair association presiding. lM Andrews announced the obicct I erf the meeting to be. enthuse some new imciiuu me worms lair movement. Secretary Bryan then submitted his as follows: Mr. Chairman ladies and gentlemen -k'may be of some interest to vou to fce advised at the outset of the kind and character of work that has so far. been pcrloimedby the Texas World's fair exhibit association. Organized in Mav xfci the association set to work ...

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