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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 March 1892

J 7 Wf"4 o Xloqaent and Trae. Mr Raynor a ne.W congressman from Maryland in a recent speech roasted the 'corporations creating a aensadon on the floor and in the gal- leries Thb following is an extract: "These combinations are so power ful Mr Speaker and so influential that the legislatures of the states seem this congress of the United States we have sat with folded hands and oermit- ted them' with art iron heel to trample on the rights of the people. When we know that the Standard oil company mentioned in the minority report oi (his committee throttling competition in every state in the Union to'day pays to-day an annual dividend tb its stockholder five times as large as the whole capital stock originally invent- ed iri the enterprise; when we read the uncontradicted statement upon relia- ble authority that a syndicate of capi- talists in the city of Detroit have mo- nopolized four-fifths of all tttc lumber lands in the great state of Michigan when we know that a Combine of this c...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 18 March 1892

-7T y I i f J t ! IU t5 ? 4 f3 B a. r ft a s . - s 'w l . br- Act f 1 2!? ma. L) trtrl Otrt . "TfSe ewwt has been grinding along t tHky good rate since the last report. THe following is the disposition or the lfees that have been up for trial. W. II. Bailey vs. J. & Beasley and ft tl Sritih; judgment for plaintiil Hd foreclosure of vendor' lien. Ik Mrie Ed. O. Price; disabilities of fMnori temoved. tfi'Tarker vs. G H. Walker Judgment W plaintiff and foreclosure W vendor's lien. A. Wernstein vs. V. M JLindseyj 4 Wgmeni for plaintiff and foreclosure d vender's liin. The Slate of Texas vs. R. Huff two cae; then of horse and murder con- tinued. . The State of Texas vs. Vm Barbee breaking into a car continued. The State of Texas vs. T. J. Cog gin. same as above; continued. The State of Texas vs. Lewis Prater; burglary and theft; two years in refor- matory A. F. Shapleigh Hardware Co. vs Lane & Alexander; judgment for p!amti(T by del.iulL S. Sanford vs. W. A. Grounds; ver- dict fu...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 25 March 1892

The Abilene Reporter. VOL XI. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORN CNQ MARCH 25 1892. NO. 13. fi fa A r V i 5 f Senator Stanford has refused in of. fer of $110000 for the stallion Adver- tiser. The Fort Worth packing company shipped four cars of dry salt meat to New Orleans this week. ti r - i -.--!- i r m ii i. - i The new Waco female college build- ing has just been finished. It will ac- commodate 950 lady students. - 1 1 J 11 1 1.11. . The health of Chairman Springer of the ways and means committee continues to improve and he will soon be able to report for duty. The primaries of Kaufman county went for Mills Monday but that did did not cut much figure as Mills was then practically elected. I urn ii. 111 - r 1 -11111 From reliable reports received it is thought that Minnesota will send a solid Cleveland delegation to the nati- onal democratic convention. Hon. Wm. R Morrison of Illinois has been elected chairman of the inter- state commissson to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 25 March 1892

'Th$ ObimhimergaH Stone. The Oberarntncroau stone one of he most cuTidUi freaks of nature that i ever been found will be placed on ihibitfon At the womnn'tf industrial r.iinnce bCRinnini Friday. It was ccidenOy found in a small fragment rei limestone which wa taken iroin rpadway leathnc to the cross on the immit of the KefiUpitze a mountain verhatiging the village of Oberam trgau. Thfc stone was shown ves- Jay at the ban office and tlie man rr ot its lintuitg was tnus aejcnueu Mm Oliver T. Macon: The dayatV tt iincssmi? me passion puy ai CMmiriereau September 1880 rith a friend 1 climbed almoit to the nbol ot our Savior s suffering. As a -mento of the place I picked up two ialt pebbles which remained forlwo eks in my pocket With pieces of irted wood and curios these frag. ents of rock were labeled as part of i museum designed for the Young ten's library Atlanta Ga. of which iiy son has been a life member. In elabding eight years alter November rj. loos tnis stone cnancea 10 oe awed ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 25 March 1892

j" ' rvr' "7?ir0W'iXKsyFWr'?''ltflft$ tT ''"' k 'WirfW !' )itijji 1 mt w V ! i Hope Dflferred Maketh the Chicken Men Slok. Don't go into poultry raising for the purpose of making a fortune in less than forty years. In this as in almost any other( business those that soar highest fn imagination get the hardest fall. The easiest way to make big profits in any business is to take a sheet of paper and pencil and figure it out. In the poultry business this is really the only way many people can make any profit at all. The business has been greatly injured by the highly illuminated accounts published from time to time of the almost fabulous percentage made by the writers. Inno- cent and credulous people have been led on a wild-goose chase after dollars by a similar route; but their hens laid 10 cent eggs instead of dollars and hatched instead of brilliant hopes roupy chicks which died before they had become fully alive. The best cap ital stock to put into the poultry b'usi ness is plenty ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 25 March 1892

p5srp5j5p!PP i k I' fr The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT UBtLENE ... TEXAS. FRIDAY MARCH 25 189a. JOIW IIO&NY. JR.. Bditor Otice fa RirORTER Building on Second Street. ! Ill I . - -4 lit I I . I .1 1 1(11 I I ) PI I I' Metered at the Abtleno. Tcxa ftwlotllce hecoml-Clmj Mull Matter. .iii ) 1 1 ' j 1 1 1 Subscription Baits. One year..... . ....$1.50 Six months. . 75 Three months. ............ ...... 40 Ttxat and Pacific Local Tint TaM. ASt-BOUSU rASSEXGKK. Arrives. 10:40 a. M. IX?pns......i 11:05 m WEST-BOUND FASStXOKIU Arrires. 4:08 r. m. Depart.... ...4... 4:301-. m. The campaign is getting warm and the man that polls the train is showing up "with his accustomed regularity. There is some talk of Judge Alex- ander of Waco running as a compro- mise candidate in the ninth district CoL Mills having been elected to the senate and leaving a vacancy in this district. The crops were never In so line a condition at this time of year as at . present and the farmers are all well up with ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 25 March 1892

pWil$yr'n?mrrTr' ' '"' 'ripw-yr'' $ ?r '"rfB"""1''' . "'"'' mmfMffty. "T w " '?'' ''ti vwyT."rc? t-wijl( mvvy ' '' "-'vnf ' ' : ' v fe' v . w y r. jt: n: t ii ' 1 i-' -.Tt A. 1 . ' &"' iA&Q-t .' 'HERE the sale "6f Fifst-ClaSs Merchandise at the lowest prices is in full bloom. Goods guaranteed and sold . as represented or money refunded if not satisfactory. . ' r. Boots and Shoes Herealter we will mend any foot wear sold by us free of charge 'Our Warranted or Name goods we will v place FREE with a new pair if they don t prove satisfactory. For instance you - t s x E. Weil E USX KEITHS ?RCfcS Our Stylish Seasonable and Serviceable Suits that are not only worth the amount of Money to the ordinary buyers but they are worth it to buyers who dont know where in the world the next dollar is to come from. 5o . I J ' wc sfAction. !6me early and take Our $12 sack and cuta- way Suits are of that style pattern and finish that any gentlemen can wear for street or business and feel assured...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 25 March 1892

yTTT ' 'r'tg'4 pwypiiywfi ' 1 r -. iriiTOfiTTTrp VWWi .!; WBIBWII""""!!?!?!- " W 1"V" ; r .I a CITY DIRECTORY. 3?V '!&"" r BKOKJCT !OCIKriK8. Afcttene Cotnmariilery No. ST. Kntjthu Tcnin- r noiOS lis aiaica conciurr in mm nnjiiim tc.mip mnrtfir j iepatm eiiuiuiiik. chillier Second una fine streets on trie secova 1 corulallr ln Ucd to attend. it tiiifht in eaen tnomni YimuiK nir .. Km. Ooramndcr. 0 W. ROBKtrt. Ileconler. AMiene Chapter No. M M. A. M.-Holds Its ssaM convocations theeonI FrUlar night li; K month lnlhelr hull third tlopf. Porter and Smt building comer Nn and North Second Mnu. W. 8. 0. .lonxao. Secretary. C. W. UoBXirs M. B. It P. Abilene I-odRC No. 514. F and A. M.-lloldstts stated communications the first Saturday night la well month In their lull third noor rotter w4 Keerri ballJInp. comer Pine mid North Bec- mI street. VV. 8. O.Jouwwk. Secretary. H.B.COORW. M. t O. O. K.-Wccts eTorj1 Tuesday tiljthi In the r. of P. hull. AUtbltinj brethren cordlMIyln Tlaed to att...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 25 March 1892

'C"" tP ? ' - - 11 ' A -r p -ifr "f " ly ..-' Jf'c xrtr ?' 1 ''JL Builders' Hardware ' Little Pointer and go to them for your goods. South First St. Abilene Texas. AGRICULTURAL. How to manage a One Hundred Acre Farm. JAMES W JORDON. Tins article wins Textis Farm anil Ranch premium of standard riding cultivator for best article on how to successfully manage a one hundred acre farm. JkMany old Texans sneer at the idea of a one hundred acre firm. Having been accustomed for a quarter of a cen- tury or more to the use of unlimited areas of land the majority of them have come to think that a man can not make a living upon less than a half a section. But many ol the immigrnits from other states as our young native farmers are fast convincing them that a man may also lay up some money on one hundred acres of land or even less. The time is not far distant when small farms will be the rule and not the exception and the question. "How many acres can 1 cultivate?" will be discussed less and "Ho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 25 March 1892

ssftwtf jjr - r rr r C3 If Ik F i ? I I h. Mothers Read Thu Soulicttas" plain And embroidered in various colors only 50 and 65 cents t BrowiV's Shoe Store Pine street Dr. Raleigh R. White will preach at the JBptist church Sunday morning at ix o'clock. A large and elegant assortment of Taney work niaterials will be found at Miss Hattie Cain's millinery establish- fttent. i3'f 1 m mm 1- The family of Otto W. StcJTens has Waved this week to the Gatlin place on the comer of Hickory and North Second sticct. Jobn tcitn travelling freight agent of Santa l'c spent Wednesday night fccrc. John always catches a few cars when he comes here. ' m Misses' Mamie Johnson Sudic Arm- strong and Katie Irvine returned home Wednesday from the staff meeting of the Enworth League at Dallas. Thirty-five 'cars of material for the oew water work's plant have been ship ped a part of which has already ar- rivee and work will at once com- mence 011 the new mains. Everything in the latest novtliies of Ladies Furn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 1 April 1892

14 k The Abilene Reporter. VOL. XI. ABIIiENB TEXAS FRIDAY MORN TNG APRIL 1 1802. NO. 14 ktf V . 'tf 1 t; The house committee on the world's fair is visiting Chicago this week. The "Wild Bill" of Texas Dill Deal was placed behind the bars of the peni- tentiary of the State of Kentucky Tuesday. J. A. Foley a Southern Pacific line man was struck by falling cable and instantly killed at the Pecos high bridge near San Antonio. J. C. Adams who killed the f-imous Oklahoma farmer Capt. Crouch and who has beep on trial for the same this week got a verdict of man slaughter. Judge J. B. Rector receivedthe ap- pointment as U. S. district judge for the northern district of Texas and his appointment has been confirmed by the senate. There is a move on foot to put out a full colored national ticket with Fred Douglass at its head which has created considerable talk among the colored population. The Chickasaw Chieftain's contest for "a daughter of the Confederacy" to represent territory ex-confedera...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 1 April 1892

If&jplj LIVE ST02K V . . Tke Morgan Hone. W R Bowman Westmoreland County. Pa sayM In a late issue a description is given of the Morgan Horse of the present age. I send you description and history of the founder of the family of Morgans as given in the American Stock journal 1872 a copy of which I have pieserved for twenty years: There lias been much discussion as to the origin of the Morgan horse and 1 yet we have very little knowledge on the subject that is detinue. What we do know is that about the beginning of the nineteenth century a man by the name of Justin Morgan whose life Was somewhat checkered turning hit rnind to farming one season and per- haps teaching school the next owned a little horse of wonderful nerve a dark bay with black legs mane and tail standing fourteen hands high and weighing about 950 pounds. At tins lime Mr Margin lived at Randolph Vt. and hit horse had much local ce- lebrity. He was a "horse of great pow- er was fleet of foot and full of reso- lution...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 1 April 1892

rr ir - s tr y f. Cti V POULTRY DEPARTMENT. THE FOOD SUPPLY. At the close of the most bountiful harvest that the world ever saw iuwell behooves the poultry man to provide now an ample supply of t!ie various food materials for the coming winter. The present hour is the time to begin to secure the needed variety The three essentials for a complete fond for poultry are the cereals meat and vege- tables; these arc nature's own true feeds; the first and ptincipal feed the CKREAt-S should always be sweet and sound and damaged grain should never be used for the co.t is but little less than for good wholesome grain besides the detrimental effect on the health of the fowls. From time immemorial down to this day all mention of the feeding of fowls in both Sacred and Profane history we find that wheat the king of cereals is nearly the only grain mentioned as it has been and is to- day the very best variety the stan- dard for all times and all conditions; a chemical analysis of wheat shows it t...

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

w y&wilftgliKWl&rr'' The Abilene Reporter. PUOUSHED At Abilene; - - - texas. FRIDAY At'RJL I t3ga. JOHN JIOEtfY JK Editor. Office In RsroRTr.R llutMtng on Second Street. t'Bntortd l ttio .lllne. Tcxm Potuffle McColm vibm nun jmucr. Subicrfptlon Bates. One year.... Six m6ntk. Three months. 75 . 40 Ttxti and Pacific Lo'l Time Tblt. BAST-BOUND rASSH.NC.RR. Arrive!......... 10:40 A. M Departs 11:05 a. 11 WEST-DOUNt) fASSKNGER. Arrives.. 4:oE P. M yOcp&rt$. ..........a........... 43" ' M. From report received (fom all over the state it looks very much like the Farmer's alliance intrnd putting a full ticket in the field in most counties in the state. The candidates will of course be pledged to the plalfoim of the; people's party. Senator Tyler of Veil county has withdrawn from the race for congress In Mill's district in Order to unite the two democratic factions in that county. He states though that if Geo. Pendlc ton don't withdraw also he will'oppose Ins election II Geo. Pen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 1 April 1892

'j" Kf f I ' f- ' w A V- Ue ft ' .. i . . .? L.HDIB We beg to call your attention to our Dry Goods department which is exclusively new and of this season's purchase and having secured the choicest novelties that the eastern market affords we ask you to inspect our stock and learn the ! Low Prices For 5 Cents 15x30 inch bleach- ed Towels regular price 10 cents. Tor IO Cents Mens For 4 3-4 Cents Yard wide bleached Muslin splendid soft finish worth 6c. For $1.00 For 76 Cents Ladies Tanned Oxford Ties Soldj Misses Tanned Oxford Ties. Sold elsewhere for $1.50. .elsewhere for $1.25. Patent leather tip and ten styles in both of these lots. OiHIILIDIRIEILSrS SCHOOL STJITS. Dark Strip a and Light years. Pleated back and Ba39 Ball and Bat Dry Goods. LOCAL. To the Public.- M. J. (Mary Jane) Cox is now with the Reporter as local man and so- licitor. He will receive subscriptions make advertising contracts etc. All business given to him will be promptly attended to. and our friends will confer a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 1 April 1892

nrvarpfV f.'f Cp - t IT" H-r't" CITY DIRECTORY SMUT MOIKTIKl. Jfcfcttw Comtn&iidurrWtT. Knights Temp- lliJl i. ""u wraciBTB in ineir suTinm Dcconn na nne streets on the necod r nbrhl In eeh months Visiting 8lr W coniisllT Invited to atten.L luntr net-res uuuainc comer 4. II. (.TUMI -.... . Km. Uoramsniler. fwo C HAnrwUtecoriler JMm Chrt So l4. H. A. M.-Holils Its TOUTucmionn inescrorm rnuarniftni III a)onth In thtlr hs.lt thlnl floor rorter and '" "iftuitiiinnwfli ovtlCMTJ! ! l U l 1....W-A.. - IT. IIOIIHn. M. A. 11 " AM)ene Lodg. Ko. 559 F and A. M.-lIoMi It Mpted communications tbe Cm Saturday night m each month In their hall third floor Porter saMt Reeves building corner Pino ahd North 8ec- MH streets. W. 8. 0.Jonxsox Secretary. . H. Coot W. M. t. 00. P. Meet ever Tuesday night In the JCof P. halU All VlsIUnz brethren cordially In- TSd to attend. W.ll.Trurr.N.a. A. Vf lUxrrnri. BecreUrr. SUrot the West Lodge No. i. K. or P. Meet rry Thursday evening at Iti Castle HalL Visit- ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 1 April 1892

'" Trr&iffinvrnw aiairymj -rrji i fvrrfwr'g'wwraf y t wy -TwyywyiTTrr-T'tviii r iry" tipf w rW ? " -r-wilfs" W"1 ""' Yvfvrm'rTm'1tif vx' V "" AGRICULTURAL Farm Hints. Cultivation is given to ndmit air as well as to kill weeds. Really good onion seed will sink when poured into water Sowulenty of seed so there will be no breaks to fill up with weeds Corn cobs contain a considerable per cent of potash; see that they are properly added to the manure pile The farm should be credited for furnishing a home and in many cases lor a good supply of truit and vegeta- bles. In sewing grass seed on hill sides : go up and down the hill rather than sidewise if the seed is distributed evenly. Manure poor land to make it rich and then manure it to keep it so. There is little or no risk of manuring vciuu inui.ii. !' Th llPQUrlanilrp IC tlint .-illttiinnrl kit saving both the liquids and the solids. Together they supply all of the ele- ments of plant growth. When commercial fertilizers are tj be us...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 1 April 1892

ij5yTF5!r';'T"r7rp I TMK WATEft W0RK8. $10000 improvement Began on the -Abilene Water Work Syi- tern. The work of improving A'iilcne's water service Was begun in earnest Saturday morning and is now ' being pushed witii all the force that can be employed. The contract for enlarg- ing the pump house to make room for a new ioo horse power boiler was let to Russell Winter & Miller and the work of cementing and enlarging the well at the pump house Is being done by Rob't. Moore. Great forces of men are engaged in ditching building dams and laying pipe. The ten inch conduit pipe to carry the water from the reservoir to the Well is the first that is being put in. And 'this pan of the work is no small job when the fact that Cedar creek has to be crossed at a point where it is 100 feqt wide and from lour io eight feet deep is taken into consid- eration. This will be accomplished bybuilding rwo dams one on each side of the line for the conduit pipe and then pumping the water out from betwe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 8 April 1892

I? L- The Abilene Reporter VOL. XI. ABILENE TEXAB FBIDAY MORN LNG APRIL 8 1892 NO. 10. nil I la. n' bfi r fr Prfi wr IK t ! 1 & 1 A syndicate with a capital of' $20- 000)000 lias bought all the cotton compresses at New Orleans; i . i .I i ' The Chicago street car companies say they will take no part In the world's fair Sunday closing tontro- vcrsy. Justice Lamar of the U. S. supreme court is reported very sick and his condition is much more serious than first supposed. There were at least five thousand people in Dallas Wednesday taking advantages of the reduced rates and going to New Orleans. Representative Browning of Donley has introduced a bill in the legislature creating a live stock commission to consist of three members Robert Stagg a track walker on the Houston & Texas Central R. R. was run dver at Houston Tuesday and killed by a special engine. Irt the severe storm of Monday in Nebraska the cattle were driven into the Platte river and great numbers drowned orNihilled...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 8 April 1892

All Cotton faiMlng; lite Jcnv itic6 of the fleety staple Mtttrrallv brings up the subject tof di- ytisfitd fniniliig in the cotton states. IThi? is not new It is agitated wlicn ever the "price Sets down to or below 1thuco?t or production and is forgotten s soon ns it raises a few points above. Tlti$ is htston . The fact is that every cotton planter ts not in a like position. The true heme of the plant lsctnis to be the nch. alluvial Irind along the tivtr and sea cent. Hut it wiUtlirive also on the uplands bordering siuh " lands and even extends into some of the limestone Unds in Tennessee. The lowland ntantet will answer when you V advise h m to diversify- his crops that his land is adapted to cotton and not to any other ctop He thinks the upland planter should first stop raising cotton and devote his land to other crops to which they are as wc)l adapt- ed. This seems quite reasonable and is no doubt rcted upon along the line where cotton at 7 or tight cents proves to be unprofitabl...

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