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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 May 1892

"TH? WTf Vf?WH"f " "' - it i i 7- i-yw 5-ss'"" ' T" " Jp''-V"'"TWir ywJ.1"l'-r" V" s I I n .0 CHILD BIRTH MADE EASY ! " Mothers' Fweno ' Is a sdentific- i ally prepared Liniment every Ingre dient of recognized value and In constant use by the medical pro- fession. These Ingredients are com- bined irsa manner hitherto unknown '"MOTHERS' FRIEND" - WILL DO all that Is claimed tor HAND MORE. It Shortens Labor Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger to Life of "Mother and Child. Book to ' Mothers " mailed FREE con- taining Valuable information and voluntary testimonials. Sentbyespresson icciipt of price 1.M per bottle BflADFIELO REGULATOR CO. Atlanta. C. BOLD UY AUh DnUliOISTS. THE INJUNCTION GRANTED estrainlng the Commissioner of the General Land Office And Certain Surveyors From Intor faring With the Land Grant of the Houston and Texas Control Hallway. In the suit of Frederick 1 Olcoti and Clias. Dillingham receiver against V L. MGaughey et al. asking for an injunction restraining the attorney ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 May 1892

" " H'T1$ '' '' f o 1 IV i: K Our California letter. Ontario Cf.. May 17 189a. I left Abilene on the hiternoon or the 15th InU. lor El Paso intending t( stop over there for a couple of day thtrt go on to los Avigclos where I expected to join the newspaper men from all over the United States en route to San Francisco. At El Paso the Only thing I heard ditcuiscd was Jay Gould and what he had Was doing and was going to do for El Paso. He has manifested a very decided disposition to stay with the place and its people but it may be set down as a fact that ho is thinking less of them than of himself and his interests". J got through at El Paio sooner than I expected and headed for Los Ange- les. 1 will not attempt to describe the trip across the desert. The South- ern Pacific railroad runs up and down a valley or succession of valleys from El Paso to this point and I dont know as vet how much further. That is to say on this road one is never out of sight of mountains on each Side of him. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 June 1892

tiTWljmttVW'Tirvwwir j VTf "" "-- r-- i iifc.t . Abilene TER. VOL. XI. ABIIiBNB TEXAS FRIDAY MORN TNG JUNE 3 1802. NO. 23. "CKWi THE -mr tb. KEPOR . t j . - ' I J Saughter In our Great Clearing out Sale for June we will lose sight of COST or PROFIT. Clothing Shoes Hats Shirts MMBHMBm Dry Goods Etc. Etc. WEIL'S Boston Store. Next to Wristen & Hailstones as big as a man's fist are reported from a storm at Medina Texas last week. Jackson the negro pugilist whipped Slavin the Australian in ten rounds in London. Monday. The monument to the memory of Gen. A. P. Hill was unveiled at Rich- mond on decoration day. R W Kmdel of Weatherford sold out his enure business Monday to T. M. Wadsworth and R. L. Main. Mr. Kmdel has considerable business inter- ests in Abilene. A boy named Tilden Ellis while at- tempting to board a freight train near Dawson fell under the wheels and was horribly mangled which resulted in his immediate death. Mr. D. R- Burton of Albuquerque lew Mexico was a visitor i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 June 1892

. wi-firi 'rlty ? "7 ?n"rti W"""' rP"Wff"?3!YVT4 TF ' ' CITY DIRECTORY. 8ECBXT SQCIKHKa iWlene Corntuamtery fo ST Knlnhta Tmp- Jar. hold It Mutt! conclave In their aylum itolrJ floor Porter A llntri bulldln corner torth heromt anil IMne street. on the rccca.d Monday night In each month. Visiting Kir Knight cordially lmlteil to attend. J. O. Cenmit. Em. Commander. Clio. C. IUKBi.Iltcor1er Abilene Chapter 'o. 1W. R. A. M.-IIold tu Mattxt convocations t)ieM-coii1 KrlJnr night In mIi month In tbelr hall third floor. Portr r and Xoerea building corner line nd orlh Second rct. s.O.Joimqx SccrcUtT. O W. RoanftTa M K. 11. r. Abllenn I-odg 'o. 5M. P. and A. M. Holdsits dated communication Iho flrnt Saturday night In each month In their halt third floor rotter and Ucevea building corner Tine and North Sec- nd nrccts. w. S O. Johxinw Secretary. II. Cook W. M. J.O. Q. P. Meet every Tuwdar night In the t of P. hall. All Visiting brethren cordially In- vited to attend. W. II. Tmrr X. O. J. W. IUi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 June 1892

r fm!ffmy!i fcirqT8PJr lW flR iW yvFt'S?rjr '.Vs " f7 Ji jDOstrTism yr " TO KNOCK THE FACT WTO THE HEADS Of SENSIBLE FOLKS T.THA J is THE BEST A GRANULATED SMOKING TOBACCO. Superior tor Pipe or Cigarette Sold at 5 cents for a a-oz. bag. Nothing like It has ever before been offered at the price. A RICH MELLOW SMOKE. What Crops Oughl Eaiso; a Farmor to There arei three purposes for which crops siioulJ be raised: to consume to improve the fertolny oi" the soil and to sell; and their relative importanc Is in the order in which they are named above. A farm. first should be self sustaining. In this farming differs from any other occupation. Whatever a farm lacks of being self sustaining is ..loss to be made up from other crops. Among salable crops should be classed all products raised as feed for animals to be sold. Crops raised fo. the pur- pose or improving the soil are of much greater importance in farm economy than is generally supposed. The first object ol every farmer should be to r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 June 1892

t v- - ' w-'pl?r?s: ' fflwu.' i pwv an." nreir - rvr"(tmwwiiviitm'TW The Abilene Reporter PUBLISHED AT jAJBHEHE ... TEXAS. s-'.jatt FRIDAi.JUNE 3180a. 0JMV HOENY ?. .Srfrfer. Oftccin JUrorm Building on Second Street I I. 1 111 1 ii ' Xatered at the Abilene. Texan Poslofllce M Secotil-ClM JUall Matter. '." !' " " ' ' ' ' '- ' '11 Subscription Rates. One year.... ....$1.50 Six months........ .. . 75 Three morttht. .4..... 40 Ti ud Pacific Local That Tablt. CAST-BOUND rASSKNOKR. -Arrives.......' n... 10:40 A. M. Departs... M 1 1:05 A. M WEST-BOUND rASSENCER. Arrive. 4:08 r. K. Depart.. 4:30 P. w. T" . ' ; .-- - ' ".; .." ANNOUNCEMENTS fcATES FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OFFICE. Congress.. ...... .v.... . $25 00 State Senate. 1500 Representative... ... 1560 District... 10 00 County 5 00 Precinct 306 The above rate do not include prico for names on ticket which will be $1.00. No candidate's name mill be put on tickets for less than .price of announcement and $1.00 for name on ticket. FOR SHERIF...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 June 1892

XjOCA-Xj. Lt A. Pircs Dallas spent Wednes. day here. " Go to Uus Ackermans for i ure whis kies wines and cigars. . m Miss Besse Gatlin returned from 1 fcouth Texas Tuesday evening. ! - - ! - lM Beer on draught at the Gilt Edge sa)oon. "Fort Worth nhd Budweiser." Money to loan on good land securi- ty at Curne Stith & Henderson's. 6-tf New summer millinery goods of al the litest styles and shapes at Miss H Cain's. " i-tf John Bowyef left Sunday for a trip to Dallas. Gus Ackermans handles the eclebra- ted Hostetter's bitters. Mow that the county conventions are oyer bur people will again settle dowh to business. To arrive in a few days Nancy Hanks gmraotecd the best on the' market Gilt Edge saloon. The plumbers have been busy here the past two months owing to the ex- tension of the water mains. ' White' chip and white straw hats with beautiful summer flowers the prettiest in the market at Miss H. Cain's. ai.tf Try one of the flavored lemonades at the Gilt Edge saloon m "' "" - C M....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 June 1892

Wf ''") jpf "rf--. 7S?5rtX " MEC- -";"; r;w"X''!lW'r''lPmiTTr'&rxP'''i ' o I'fct! Tower? Irr)provq 5LICKER ij Guarantee imrcCotti 5 5oftWooler latCll Out! Collar. 4 X TOWER. MFR. BOSTON. MASS Cittfep Sfckerthm tail tht Fish Braitft TuMJUtc on enrjr Cott - Mules. It Is not many years ago says the Nebraska Farmer when a mare had became useless as a dim for fine colts she was put to raising mules though at this time some of the best marcs of the country are used lor this purpose. a good mule being worth more coming into me sooner and with less experience to raise. When however we once breed a mare to a jack her escutcheon is indelibly marked and she will never drop a perfect. colt again but no matter low carefully bred her progeny will forever bear the impress of a braying mute and even the mule is debarred from maternity and paternity it being very rare for a mule to breed though the sexual instinct is very strong in "both sexes. Determining the Value of a Horse. There are some po...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 June 1892

vww$T?$fyxtlw hTsW TTWr j DANQER0U8 ACCOMPLISHMENT. He Shot loo Well and so They Took Him Out of Temptation. "Away up in the Sierras where the mountains. rear the snow white peaks find stand like sentinels in armor guard iiig the gold that lies in the rocky canyons below I once saw art exhibi- tion uf rifle shooting which I have neVcr since seen equaled" remarked a grizzled old man whose Sands of life had nealy run as he stood surrounded by a gi'oup of interested listeners in a well known Clark street sporting resort the other night "What was I doing up there( you ask. Why herding sheep in order to get together enough for a grub stake so that I might start out again on a prospecting tour "We had' 10000 sheep divided into four bands with three herders and ns many dogs to each of them and we camped wherever night overtook us. I tell you 1 slept sounder in those days rolled up in a 'pair of olankets and with a !og of wopd for a pillow than I do now in the best bed that I can find in a ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 June 1892

I ' 'II POLITICSISONETH1NG V$Q v-s W BUT1 PLOMNG Is Quite Another 1 f ff.V I : . . .. .WWMI II !! IMM Mlllli'6a " A Y 1 In discussing the virtues of the various candidates do not .. '-.. - . eouleded by Oliver Jr. Sulky Plow. IPOIR CHMERONStPHILLIPS. PRESIDENTAL POLITICS. TAMMANY WILL COME IN AND SUPPORT CLEVELAND AT THE EIGHT TIME. The Old Animosity Against Him Is Dead and the Great Oigamza- tion Will be Good and Staunch Democrats. New York May 29- Special The 'limes says: During the impor- tant political events which have re- cently been interesting the people the leaders of Tammany hall have lieen keeping very quiet on nation.il politics. No men in the country have watched ihe various events that point to the wlerrion of Mr. Cleveland as the nominee of the democratic national convention more closely than they have. They have said nothing and they are saying .nothing now tor publi- cation but iheir attitude is one of con- siderable interest and the Times is able to state to-thy wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 June 1892

1 ' Reporter. VOL. XI. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORN tNG' JUNE 10 1802. Special. NO. 24. The ABILENE They Are At It The Blaine-Harrison Fight Get- tine Hot. Lively Night ' Session and a Hard Tussle Between the Friends of Both. Panic in the Con- vention Hall. Full Account of the Pro- ceedings up to Ad- journment at 1:35 This Morning. The republican national convention gets down to business and the war be twcen Harrison . and Blaine grows warmer with every ballot. The bulletins commenced coming at 8:30 last night and up to 1:35 this morning crowds were at the telegraph office eager to catch every bulletin as the operator finished writing. Special to the Reporter. Minneapolis June 9. Chairman credentials committee moved majority report be adopted. This caused great discussion. Filley took the lead for Blaine men moved to substitute min- ority reports in a contest for dele-gates-at-large. Massey delegation fol- lowed in behalf of majority report. Knight of California next spoke for the mino...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 June 1892

w TTH" H iiftt . )tm iri0imn4 1 i i k f 16 i t W n t 1 f ' Tlie. Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT ABILENE - - - TfiXAS. FRIDAY JUNE 10 189a 0JV MOENY JR. Editor Office in RroRTtR Builclinj; on Second Street fr . .- ij ii . Xntered at tho -Abilene. Texas Poitofllce Second Cla Matt Muter. '"' 'i ' -i ' Snbtcriptloa Rates. One year. .i.. ...$1.50 Six months .... .... 75 Three months ..... 40 ' ' ' ' ''- -j- - r 1. 1 . .1 Tia tad Pacific Local Time Table RAST-HOUNl) rAiSK.Sf.RR. Ana 10:40 a. m. 1ePrt 11:05 A. H WEST-BOUNO FASSKNCE. Arrives f 4.'o8p. m. Pcitrt" '......... 4:30 r.M. ..l.lf.. . 1 inn .-j ..-.. J i.. ..i.w ..r- - ANNOUNCEMENTS Poor Mo he begins to sec the hand- writing on the wall ahtl Also that when 1 woofuns fqr fltce in this country he always has his hands full nttciulintr td own running without meddling in any body else race He rodd in be. fore on Hogg and a commission but he will find uut this time that it would have been belter to have run on his own merits. RATES FOK A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 June 1892

"."V1 'fWiptVmlj Jip "f9 ffP 'T'jfWW-fnWT'"" SfT .tn fv T?1:MHS3F" "' ' TflU'W-' "V?-- " fjnj' f f .' t J . rj . y ?;i Hi K rf H ? - . n Saughter 4 In our Great Clearing out Sale for June we will lose sight of COST or PROFIT. I" t Clothing Shoes Hats Shirts Dry Gopjfe EtdxEtc. WEIL'S Boston Store. Next to Wristen & LOCAL. Geo. P. Phillips spent Wednesday in Dallas. Frank Bompart left for the north Wednesday morning. There is a protracted meeting being held at the Baptist church this week. Quite a number of couples of Abi- lene's young people attending .the closing exercises of the Buffalo Gap College this week. There were a number of traveling men in the city this week which is a sure indication that business is im- proving in all lines. The commencement exercises of Buffalo- Gap college were held on Monday Tuesday and Wednesday nights of this week. There was a social hop at the resi- dence of Geo. Walshe Monday night at which the young people as usual had a very enjoyable time ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 June 1892

..L- -' -J t' .....A. -lAmL JJJJjMj.CijJJJiiU-t--JiX--.-. m . u.-.J. ... .- .. .-.. jfw .. -Wim I I f " l c) Hail as big ai'hch'js eggs Tell at I)c -catur TexAs Monday evening. i mi "'ii in Galveston isaid to be the best Or- ganized labor city in Texas with Dallas second Houston third and Fort Worth fourth B. B. Paddock Of Fort Worth (s be- ing mentioned as a suitable candidate should the state convention be locked by Hogg and Clark. -IT ' The June rise in the Mississippi river promises to be the highest ever known since 18844 the highest then or which any record was kept. Governor Hogg has refused to com mute the sentence; of George White sentenced for murder Irom "Walker and he will be hanged to-morrow. Evangelist. Rice better known as the Montana "cowboy preacher" was preaching on the streets of Dallas Mon- day and was arrested by the police for obstructing the sidewalk. The latest trust organized is the "umbrella trust." An umbrella com- pany was organized at Albany N. Y. Jast w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 June 1892

THE ABILENE REPORTER. ' I .- t ' ' ' ' ' ! ' r-p?fe .'"'. -z ; VOL. XI. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING JUNE 17 1892. NO. 25. The peoples party held their county conventions generally over the state Saturday. The Missisippi river at New Orleans Monday was eighteen feet above low water mark the highest in its history. Baltimore Md. had a million dollar fire Tuesday. The fire was supposed to have originated in a cotton ware- house by spontaneous combustion. Marion Martin "the swamp fox" of Texas was indorsed for congress from the sixth district at Corsicana Mon- day by th peoples party. The national democratic convention will be held at Chicago Tuesday and the bulletin boards will be watched eagerly until the standard bearers are named. W. F. Shumate living near Sherman has dug up a skeleton of a mastodon one tooth of which weighs 3 J pounds. One of the tusks which is in a fair state of preservation is 5 feet in length. The loss of lives at Chicago during Monday's storm was greater than ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 June 1892

wyTyyTy'-wsry tniv "'-ffr r vgr; wrw'jr. v " - "wwyyrjgy; ryv; J r.ypiiy i"- ' . TjfT''WT'yw'y' RTyiySwyT CITY DIRECTORY BECRR SOCIETIES. Abilene Commandcrjr No.S7. Knights Temp- lr. holJ lt stated cunclare In their asylum thlnl floor Porter A Here building corner Sorth Second and Pine Street pn the eqoul Momtoj- night V 'h month. Ylslllng Sir Kuljbu Corulallr Invited to attend. J O. Ctoiiik Em Commander. 0w. alUnntmTleeorder. 'Abilene Chapter So.l9.H. A. M.-lloldi Iti itatrd cottTocatlon the second Krldajr night lii vch month In their hall third door rimer and Heerci building comer Tine and North second streets. W. S. O. JoKskon. Sccretarjr. U W. ltoaicnrs. M. B. II. V. Abilene IxxIkc No. &S9 F. and A. M.-Holdslu suited communication iho Hrt Satnrdar nlht t each month In their hall third floor Porter and Kcvrc bulldliiv. corner rln and North Sec- ond Mreeta. . W. 8. 0. Johnsok Secretary. II. U. Cook . M. I O. 0. F Meet every TuesJar night In the JL of P. hall. All vlilllux bret...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 June 1892

vrfiT i tv vyT"'"rHt7(cf7V''Y r j p-ww r Tower'? U Iri7provg 5L1CKER fj Guaranteed J-y vlbsoluttly Water. AT00'- 5Bckerifuve 4 A.O beldetrieFUhBrirtfl 0 jPctZb TAOtnu on every Cot a V' - f 5oftWoolerj 'Ofr WatCl) Outl Collar. -i Stud ( 4 A TOWER. MFR. BOSTON. MASS Otifcgi FRUITS AND FLOWERS AT THE FAIR. Tho Horticultural Display at the Exposition Will Surplus all Previous one and Will be Beauttfull Eyond Description. The horticultural display at the world's fair will be bewildering in ex- tent and marvelous in beauty. The exhibit will possess great scientific and educational value but to the ordinary visitor its ornamental features ill be the most striking Indeed it will play an important part it the adornment of the greut exposition. While in almost every part of the exposition grounds may be seen gratifying evidence.of the very elfiuem work of the horticultural department the central point of inter- est will naturilly be in the exhibit in the horticultural building. This struc- tu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 June 1892

-r-T? rwv i -4i(iMf - v' t ""Ti "ir j fnwn n pfrfSYpypMvw"4(f''"" -.--. tfWP'.'TV" g riyyjpry-?m'irr''1 '"ffgW' rfr The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT ABILENE ... TEXAS. FRU)AJUNE 17 189 a. JOHN JfOENY JR. Editor. Office In RKrOMitR ttullding oi Second Street. Kntercd t the Abilene. Tel. FotofflceM SH-COtul-Ctius Mull Mutlrl. Subscription Katei. One year........ . .....$1.50 Six months 75 Three months.. 40 Ttzai and Faclfle Local Time TMe. IAST-UOUN1I r-ASSRNOItR. -Arrirej . 10:40 a. m. Departs. 11:05 a. M WESTMlOUNt) rASSR.Nf.RR. -Arrive .. 4:08 r. m. Depart. 4:30 r. m. ANNOUNCEMENTS RATES FOtt ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OFFICE. V Congress . .. $25 00 istateS'nate ... 1500 Representative.... 1500 District... 10 00 -County . . 5 00 Precinct 3 00 Theabote rates do not include price for names on ticket which will be $1.00. No candidate's name will be put on tickets for less than price of announcement and $1.00 for name on ticket. ojueep. FOR SHERIFF: J.V. CUNMNUIIAM John II. Nuu. FOR DISTRICT ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 June 1892

XjOOA-Xi Chemically pure acoliol nt the. Gilt r'dge saloon 241! Go to Gus Ackertnans for pure whis tles wines and cigars. m Do you catch on 15 pounds dried apples for $ 1 bo at Mackechney's. 1 G. V. Jcrmgan and wife of Mefkel vere visiting relatives here Sundav. Call at the Arcade tor pure whiskey ind fine wines. V. A. Gray to-tf Thirteen pounds good raisins for it-00 at Mackechney's. 24-tf. 1 Money to loan on good land securi ty at Curne Stith &NHcnderson's. 6-tf Money can be had quickly by call ing on Curne Stith & Henderson. 6-tf 1 It is estimated that there were fully I1500 people in ihc opera house Friday light. A pary of about a dozen people at- tended the Hogg speaking at liaird IFriday. It is rumored there will be three I more weddings in the city during the next ten days. Taylor & Hampton will take goo4 I cue of your family horses and your buggies and carriages. 1 4-tf. Absolutely nothing but the best wines whiskies etc. are handled at I the Gilt Edge saloon. 24...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 June 1892

T 1JT 1 ' "!" .J-' - J5.' -.-nr"!iTV flam"WriT'"!'f"frIP WW " I. I' J l 11 I ( ' 1 IhB Republican Pratfornm Promul gated t Minneapolii. The following is the lull text of the platform completed by the committee on resolutions: "The representative republicans of & I lHl.l W.Ja.h.A - JhMlkI...al M MAM itic vuiicu oiaics. uosciuuicu in gcu ral convention on the shores of the t Alississipni river the everlasting bond of nn indesructible republic in whose xnost glorious chapter of history is tne record of the rrpubl'dn party. Con gratulate their countrymen On the ma jesttck. march of the nation undt r the principles of our platform of l8S8 vin- dicated by a victory at the polls and "the prosperity in our fields workshops and mines and wc make the follow- ing declarations of principles We reaffirm the American doctrine of protection We call attention to its growth abroad we maintain the pros- perous condition of our country is largely due to wise revenue legislation of the republican c...

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