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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 February 1892

"V7w "; i ''-ij?pvFpvTi . -ff M !r r t J hi: f HORTICULTURAL NOTES. IkllUnd Culture oil a Flower 1 arm. (Written for The Metropolitan and Iturl Home) Talking this fall with a qlirysanthc- mum grower about tin new seedings the writer said to him. frankly; If we of the public could only tell how much . comparative skill you have put forth ( on these grand new blobm and on these older ones which you exhibit for comparison we could judge better as to .their real merit; we should then be able to decide perhaps whether they are so much better than the old orv:s as this exhibit would lead us to be lieve.'4 To this the grower replied: "Oh. well! you khow there are tricks in all trades but ours " The "tricks" of sk'll common (o professional plant- growers are so wonderful to the unin mated that almost any abnormal or impossible thing can be palmed off up- on them as real; these juggling fea s are so surprising that people know not what to believe in even if it be such a deception as a blue p...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 February 1892

ft "' TV 'M'nue "! r . ... TU1I fl nielli (iil iii fcim mill I 'iWiihmMil di ii i -r i n it i in iiiii( i i.iy.n r -V" If f fc i - f ft i. f J. f fr .11. r. f . in 1 A.tttifct farmers. f Forjrglum sct-d; and nfd rust ffpof dais. Apply W. H. EouingtoK Grain buyer. -Attention liremen! The Maybi and City Council will in- pect the Fire department at a o'clock p m. Feb. aa 189. Foremen will report Willi tlictr companies at depart went headquarters at 1:30. fn full uni- form By order of f. J. Cunton Chief. Euoknk Harris Secty Program. . Parade will form on South 3rd street leaded by the A.I. I. Band and march to the City Hall. The Hollo way Chemical engine will be presented to the department by his honor. Mayor Fortcrandbe received on behalf of the department by Hon. Henry Sayles. The engine wilt be christened by Miss Helen Kerr after which the depart- ment wilt give an exhibition drill. J. J. Clinton Chief Eugenic Harris Sec'y- Entertainment. A very -interesting entertainment ill be give...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 February 1892

-b4 Abilene Reporter. Gh - 3C VOL. XI. ABHiENB TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 10 1802. NO. 8. THE H -i Jtf" i f M V l-'Kt . As it. JL if W K- iV (X w it st ? ET- P tv. - .-. ANTjSILVERMEN FIGHT .Anything Looking to an Early Con lideratioh of Their Pt Filibustering Resort toSpeaker Crisp Oommita Himself to Early Passago of Free fcilvo. 'Special to New. Washington Feb. 15 There was another exhibition to-day of what the minority of democrats in the house can do when disposed to be obstreperous Soon after the speaker's gavel fell Mr. Culberson moved the house pro- ceed to the consideration of matters on the house calendar. The fourth or fifth thing on that cal- endar is the silver bill the bills pro- ceding it being unimportant. The anti-silver men at once became alarmed. They were afraid the mat- ters going before the silver lijll being unimportant might be quickly disposed of and the house would have to con- front the silver question. It was not supposed by the silver democrats that i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 February 1892

lh win t i "55 . fm?hmpi1k ifttfr As 1- vw T ' LIYE STOCK ttoek Vatca. 'The making of good butter begin with tfce tow nd ihe feed and care Hwrt W given them. Qe of the mpst Important items in h economical feeding of the cattle is fct Having g6od pastures Board the dry cows at the season lKn board costs the least and the ilk is wotth the least. Generally the most restless cows in the herd are the least profitable JRc Mmber this in carreling. While a good milker must be a good feeder it does not follow that a good feeder is always a good milker Do not expect to keep young cattle growing on what the other stock will ot eat and then make cattle feeding pay. In feeding young calves there should be no guess work about the quantity or quality of the feed or lU tempera- ture. ' In the majority of cases those that compliin most of cattle not paying are those that niake the least effort to make them piy. To realize the most profit "with cat- tle the greater proportion of the growth must be se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 February 1892

? r t k POULTRY DEPARTMENT ' Warning a Poultry-Homo It is not necessary to heat a poultry house artifically as the fowls will be warm and comfortable if they are kept at work and in excercise. When the quarters arc made warm by artificial methods the fowls will not so well en- dure exposure outside 'he lowest temperature1 should be forty degrees and the highest sixty degrees the ob- ject being simply to prrvent freezing point being reached. This can be ac- complished by allowing plenty of sun light to enter during the day and having the walls tight and close Exchange. 'IIREKDINQ DUCKS The ducks for next year's laying to be used as breeders should be silect- ed from the: flock now and the culls sold. As a duck will lay about 150 eggs but a few are necessary for sup- plying all the eggs neeJed for hatch- ing. A drake and five ducks mke about a fair proportion but two drakei and ten ducks may be kept in one flock if preferred. THXAS POUl.TRVMKN. The poultry interest in Texas is fast sp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 February 1892

1 7- Mill ' VT-iL i in hi nWiniiiiw.i'.ili mXjJHL komi JiVf tl7MBPV iV i i ' 1 1 J ft avs8.iiw:a r;vc ;fi'mip-?'A' r if' Ill " "IF ... 1 ic-Abiiene Reporter. PUBUSHEO AT - - - TEXAS.) FKIDAY FEBRUARY 9 I8$i. 0itf IfOENW JR. Editor. "" ' T."".I':T--V" -"Sprasesag: is ftzrOKTK Umldiocoa StooodStrrct i tto AUVm. Tau PvwtoOe m IMcuM-CUm Mull UttC fnfetcriptlu Sates .$1.50 75 . 4 Text ajiA 7ie&t UxalTlmt TaMt. EAST-BOOXU rAS$CN6U JAfrm............J.......icMOA. m. tDeptrt.... ...1IX A.M WEfT-ftOOXO TAnCKCU. fi; iAire... .... .... MoZr. m. ................. 4ijpr. M.I Business is getting better in aS Unci Ubhj It. nw ' fn . m . BBpeveir.... MKMKK&S... JRWec sooths W" AWwjc nceu a 8"" elevator and 1 couonseeuou mat The pretty brtgHt oays are bringing foul many a hwk and hne. I ff V'The witt-l anil Ajt harivctc r.rm- mite lo be abundant this eaon. M ' m k ls " '" m to P0 to" to attend terret pohycal meetings. Abilene must have a compress be. fore the next cotton crop U marketed. Qaf...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 February 1892

yiF. ; tflTHXWORLD'8 FAIR. Wk Will Carry off tbe Honor in Store for a Popular Lady. The Abilene Light Infantry will d its sponsor to the World's fair and pay all the expenses connected with 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 uniform and her 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 chapcrones. Now who will be fortunate enough to secure this honorable position? Who of our young ladies will be elect- edoy 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 vote for some one for the place. T. L Middleton treasurer of the eomnanv has charee of the contest nnd all coupons must be procured from him except the "one vote" cou- b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 February 1892

.ffwf'tr )"'& ' JaiiUJMrfulMtIsWMts"wt'"''-" .ill llil ill 'iH HI h r. k M H IS f" t i si CITY DIRECTORY. -J6TJ St.i.tttUrxtTT ftrlr fr T'TrtTS HKUT WMIKTIM. AMtane Commander? No. 77 Knlihts Temp- ter hold It tinted cobcUro In tholr asylum fetal Soot Porter A HeeTea building corner wMi ftccoiid and 1'hio sums on tho tecond MKtay nlRUt tn onoli month. Visiting 81r .KHlgtH eontUlly Invited to attend. J. II. Pamumorc Sd Comniandor. C w. ttonkRTs. Recorder Xttttfift Chapter No. tia U. A. M.-MMds lu totewdtwrorwtloni ihettroml FritlAr night In ch womb In their hull third floor. Porter and Jleeie bonding corner Tina and North Hevond tvwt. W. k. o. Jonx.o. tttcreurr. CV W. Roaanta. M. K. II. r. AbtlmttlAtlits No. 539 P. and A. M.-IloMilt Mated corammtleatlon tho lrt Saturday night la eeh month In their hall third floor Porter b4 Rmtm building corner Pine and North Hec- ndatreeta w B.O. Jormmm. 8ecretarr. H. B. Took W M I.O.O. r. Moeu eveor Tuesday night In the K. of P. hall. All lIUnj ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 February 1892

-A -- '1"" VI ' - 'fTT t 'I tc ' "" '"K A GH1CULTURE FEED FARMING. p. A JtowBandomUote on the Subject. The Southern Stockman and Farm- er of Slarkville Mississippi says that I a larmer near Alexandria La. netted '65 oix the past year from sales of hay from 170 acres in Bermuda grass and red and While clover. Ifheoad plant- ed the Jund in cotton he might have made half the money with twice the work. One of the noticeable things often disclosed in the queer economy dis played in leeainn stock trie man who will turn twelve or fourteen quarts of meal daijy into the manger of fatten- inj; steer to make 4c beef will as a rule dole out meal to a cow with a spoon; the first to make two pounds or ueerworth 8c or 10c and at the same meal if fed to a good cow. would roke .1 pound of ioc butler. The money for the beef can only lie secur- ed once and that after one t three years when the steer is iold while the re- turns from the cow come in as fast as good butter can be made a daily in- come. N...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 February 1892

I? I i i r h it twttftit ly t Tkftt ftme In respdnse to the invitations given fay the ladies of the Christian church lift Appreciative audience assembled at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. N Por- ter last Friday night to witness the rendition of Millard's charming ope- ratta intitlcd "Two can Play at That Game." Mr Mackcchney in the role of a jealous husband was immense and Miss Annie Young his clever wife suc- ceeded tn outwitting him successfully. Mr Donnell made a triuscular and dangerous policeman while Miss Ar cheras Bridget acquitted herself with grcfit credit and Minnie Evans as Snow-Irdp.made unacceptable little ncgrp Servant. The Ladies Society wish to thank each one for doing so much to render the program attractive. " They also are Under obligations to Miss Morris for a vocal solo and to Miss Annie May Archer and Minnie Evans Tor an instrumental duetu Thanks are due also to our kindly host and hostess who contributed greatly to the pleasure of the evening. A Guest. Another ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 February 1892

trF?T3!!r? "r '7tv i -" I yu Abilene Reporter VOL; XI. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNttNfG. FEBRUARY 28 1802. NO. 9. "W3"" rWy'W -v A HK f 2 X 'A n r a. ; -s THE GREAT CONTEST ENDED! Mtny Wero Called But Only One Could be Chosen and That One Was MUb Bottle McChonocliio One of Abllene's Fairest Danghters And Everybody isPloased. . ' Monday February 22nd 1802 will always be a red letter day in the history of the Abilene Light Infantry Company for it was on this day that marked the close of a remarkable contest to decide who would be sponsor of this company and to accompany them to the World's Fair it Chicago in '93. The contest was inaugurated on January 8 and has been running along quietly until on last Friday the excitement was raised and bulletins were issued. The final day showed a great increase in the ex- citement There were numerous can- didates handsome and accomplished whose names have appeared each- week in the Reporter any 61 whom would have been an honor to the com- pany. Hut a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 February 1892

' V 'FT"n8'''i 3jr f. Ik ( 14 . AGRICULTURAL. Rotation of Crop. The rotation of crops ii a fundamen- tl principle tn successful agriculture and has been practiced from time im- memorial by oil who hove observed or vailed themselves of the observation of others. Rotation means the conser- vation of utility. Nature practices ro- tation. One class of vegetation is suc- ceeded by another wholly different in its constituents. Tlio generally accep- ted theory is that though all plants re- quire the same mineral matter for the construction of root limb and leaf that they differ widely in the material used in forming their seeds or fruits The analysis of seeds and fruits show they are composed of substances total- ly different from those composing the body of the plant. Our rich virgin soil has led many to ac( as if ls productiveness was inex- haustible but tt is only a question of time and die richest soil will deterior- ate if continually planted in the same crop. Irish potatoes make a he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 February 1892

W pjpfTv- v I V I I V I V t? t- !ik L V POULTRY DEPARTMENT Hints io Beginners By U. A Knhni In Southern Poultry Keeper. The present season will witness the usual installment of young fanciers or beginners in the poultry business and it ia In ihpsi llml wo wi.l in ntt.... rl f We have been "thromrh thr mill" !. !. . ! 7. ' p-pr u ojjcuiki in giiuiiiig experience in J the breeding of standard poultry and Jcnow something of the right and wrong wayi The breeding of fancy poultry whether as a business or pastime is quite a pleasant and fascinating study and occupation to engage in. The greatei number of fanciers grow fine "" poultry mostly for the pleasure and re- lief ol mind it-affords from regular bus- iness matters. A few follow it as a business for both the pleasure and pro- fit there is in it. A beginning can be made with a . greater or limited amount of capital a but in order to ptove a success practi- cal experience must necessarily abound; so the beginner need not 'expect to gai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 February 1892

VlifffT- V-'XJP'TiWWJ ftp i mwg.ii.mii id i .ii Ji'f it it i- E-r ' p "7- -- fi r in .... . . s V The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT JLBEDEHJB ... TEXAS. FRIDAY FEBRUARY q 8oa. 0ZrV HOENW JR. Editor. t f.y:; : ..'rj ." i-fasryts: Office In KtrORTKR Ruilding bn Second Street. Bmered at the Abilene. Tcxa Postofflce a Stroud Clam Mail Matter. Subscription IUtes. One year... Six months.. Three months. ...$.5 ... '75 it. 40 j Tsxas and Pacific Local Timt Tall. KASMIOUNI) tASSKNC.RR. AmTes. ......... .10540 A M Departs".-.. 11:05 a i WEST-BOUND rASSKXOER. Arrives... .......... 4:oE t. m. Depart... .1..... 4:30 r. M. Vegetation is rapidly assuming a verdant hue. and soon all the Abilene country will be blossoming like the rose. Col. M. S. Mtinsun who has been prominently mentioned as a candidate for lieutenant-governor has declined the honor and says he will .Mick to hi farm. Business although rather slack for the past month is again beginning to loom up and we predict a fine trade in all ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 February 1892

K -V 4 a 3vi KJ - y 5 .7 A. 1 V' 1 . V It Among The Breakers! i f . t OPERA HOUSE Tuesday Mar. 1 i i-- - -- - . - AND IF YOU ARE "IN IT" You will sec Among Tho Broakers a popular cmedy-drama In two act. It is lor the benefit ol the lt(scoial church ami is to be rendered by our best local talent PROOF THGR60F. David Murray keeper Falrpolnt HkIiU W. II. Amlerton. I). P. Larry Divine his HMiMnnt. JuiIro John A. William. Hon. llrun Hunter. Pmf. ('. 0 Konst. Clarence Hunter lil wnril Hun KtiRene llarrln. Peter i'nriWcrnpn. newKpapi-r repoitor . . . . The only K.J llatjer. Scud llunler s colored sen am Col 0. P. tipailldltiK. Miss Minnie Daze. Hunter's nle-t. Ml8S I'utiiilc Ulctlwe UeM Slarbrlght "can up liv the wave- Mta llcltlu MiOonochc. "Mother Carey" n rc-ptilul fintune If Hit Mrs. J. T. Anderson Illilily Hoan an Irish plrl Ml Net it Parker. . Them I didn't I tell jm o? . -.. .. . How can joii afford to inlcs Itf "u" L tm' LOCAL. W. L. Gatlin is at home for a few days. Go to Gus Acke...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 February 1892

- 11 if iXiMJi.j tr-v- myi - - V- - ? ifc'iw-j IMftMfV CITY DIRECTORY. 8ECRKT WCIKTIK8. AMImio Commandery No. 87. Kniahu Tcmj tar bold lu imm1 conclave In their atrium UOrd floor IVrtdrA ItMrva bulldlnie comer Horth 8wqnd and Pine trtm on the cco:.u XoIt ntht In earh month. VUIUng air XBlgbW cordially lnTltea to attend. J. It. PinniMnnK. Km. Commander. C. "W. Tlouxnta. Itcoorder. Aliens Chapter Xo. ttft. IU A. M.-Holds Its Mated rantocatloirt Mi6 second Friday nlahl In aarU month In their halL third flCMj. Irtrr anJ Send bttUdlntr. corner Pine and North Second Mreet. W.8.O. Johxixx Sccretatf. a W UoiiKitrft. M. K. II P Ablleuo IxxIrp No. 550. F. nnd A. M.-IIotdlt Mateil communications the flrtl Saturday nlxht In each month In their hall third floor lVrter Bfid Heerr bnildln. corner Pine and North S 0B4trM-t. . ft' 8.).Joii!ox. Secretary. H.n.CoOK.M. 1. O. O. P.-Mect every Tuertajr nlaM In tho K. ot V. hall. All TlMllns brethren cordtaUv ln Tltel to attend. W II. Tiurr N. 0. J. W. II...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 February 1892

lr a w I k fei The Plows That we have are the best made and are especially suited to this country. We make a study of the needs of the farmers of this country because if we would do our share of your business we must supply you with the best of goods at reasonable prices. We claim that we have everything needed on a first-class Abilene country farm and will be glad to show to you what we base third claim on. Come and see us. Very respectfully LIVE STOCK HORSES FOR A DOLLAR. The Noble Animal in Queensland Sometimes Almost a Nuisance. In Queensland Australia the value of horses is aw-iy down. A sound and well-brolen animal can be bought for $5. Farmers in the interior cmnot af- forJ to send horses to Brisbane tor sale because ordinary stock will not bring njjprethanli 75 per head They shoot them instead. And what is still mote startling they pay .u the rate of 02 cents per he.ui lor having them shot Horse-breeding in Aiwiralu was for many years a icmumraiive business. A great demand w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 February 1892

' "WPWW 'filwrmn-tffnwv " -f' ivi?Sw55 ( 5' i 4 t TMEANNEXAilON OF TEXAS DATI8 THE FORTY-SIXTH AN- HIYE&8ARY OF THE EVENT. What the Man Who lived Under the State's Several Governments Telia of the Interesting Period. To-dav being the birthday of Texas xs a state. Hon. John Henry Drown was yesterday caught on the curb and asked about the faa. of history lie said. "There is often a confusion of ideas in regard to the annexation of the re public of Texas as a state to the Ameri- can union. To day. leb. 19. chroni- cles the- forlysixth anniversary of that occasion. The facts are that on the 1std.1v of March 1845 the United States made propositions .to the repub- lic of Texas for its annexation to the United State$ asaco-cquat state uf the union leaving the proposition for ac- ceptance or rejection to the poetic and the existing government of Texas. By direct vote the people ot Texas accept ed the proposition. Then followed on the 16th of February 1846 the meet- ing of the state legi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 March 1892

!p'7rv9r ( "J ff y The Abilene Reporter. !' t VOL. XI. ABILENE TEXAS FJRIDAY MORN TNG M AKOH 4 1892. NO. 10. Vf A . ! V fa. i A t . lr I The cattlemen's convention wil meet in Fort Worth on 'the. 8th Inst; nhd a large turnout is expected. Steinitz defeated Tschigorin in their great chess match at Havana on last Monday and is now champion of the world. - i Five children were bitten by a rabid dog at Wolfe city on last Friday and were taken to Greenville to try the efficacy of a madstone. Represenative A. J. Baker is spoken of as a candidate for congress In the jumbo district as Lanham has decided not to stand for re-election. March 32 has been set as the day for the consideration of the free coinage bill in the halls of congress and the free silver men are jubilant. A joint resolution was passed in the Iowa legislature on last Monday asking congress to pass a law requiring the election of U. S. senators by a direct vote of the people. It is removed that Chief Justice Ful- ler of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 March 1892

- -Tlr rtfifrvw-fffn k i AGRICULTURAL Mow Condition or Farming. Alter the long depression in agricul- tural jtttcre.su it is becoming evident that their revival must 'be on a very different basis from that of farming m the olden lime. Industry and close alU-tition To delniTs will doubtless con- tinue to be n necessary to successful fa tiling ns they ever were. But thev will not be the only nor yet the chief factors of success rime was when the best forming was the reMilt of fn creasing (oil with comparatively litth thought. The necessity for work has not ceased. In the nature of tilings it tan never wholly cease But the tietd (or tudy and thought has enormously increased and in forming as in other forms of lahor it has made shorter hours of hour necessary. With the greater amount ol thought that modern forming nquires the lorlg hours forwork from davlijit uiu I dark througll the sum- mrr arc not possible. Men break down under ihcitt because whtre both train and muscles ate worked th...

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