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

'ffiX4pffirvF-irww ?TvfrfS It t-tt -lyn 7 t -; i" wif-r.ii '!"'"- wi" "f p - " wW iV r 1 1. They all T-artify TttMMaMy IN SwHf$ WS-wrll WW The eld Umo itmpla r remedy from thoaeorcla iwnmr-j and Odds tM 'tmtoaithlae the akeptlcftt and leoafoundlnc the nicotics of ' tooaatrbo derma noicij on tne th7lclAn'iBUIl. There UroWfioa ' taint whiol ltdoeinol ImmedUiclr cnOeata P0U0M outwardly absorbed or ths nail or Tito dUeuei from within alljlold to thb potent bnt lmple rrmedr. It la an uneqiulod tonlobnlkHnptheoiaftndreehle1careaiiaieue tiring from Impure Mood or weakened vitality. JScnaforatreatlM. Examine tbo proof. Book on "Blood and Skin XHie&Ma nudlodtMo. JruffffttB Btll-Xt. 8WIPT sviioxrxo 00 TJrawer a. Atlanta Qa. TRUCKING vs. COTTON GBOWIHO. The Irish Potato a Profitable Crop to' ' Many. .Mode of Culture in the Bottth. w 'alWr tjtfl . A great many pet sons in the south are very favorably situated for making the growing of Irish potatoes a very profitable business. Those who hav...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 25 November 1892

""fWt " W- 1 i- TJ5Tn-iu r it Ip K h p r l i ! ! i . j. 1 1 - wlf.-1 . f if. The Abilene Reporter. .PUBLISHED AT JLMXHSWB - - - TEXAS. FRtDA NOVEMBER 25 189a mi hiii nf r iiri - - r-r - ' . iiimiiii. .i ifiii 1 n 11 11 M pi JOHN JIOENY r?. Editor. Otice to RtrottmaBuildinj: on Second JStrett Settted t th AWIerift. Texu ftutoBlea M Second -Clua Mail JUttcr. 8&ieriptloB BUi. Ox;etr ............ Si a on iht. .......... ...... Tbec months...... ......... .$1.50 75 . 40 Tun and Pacific local Tim Tablt. EAST-BOUND rASSKNCt. AtliTM. .. .IOO A. M. 1eprtJ.... .............. .-..11:05 A. M WCST-BOUND rASStNCM. Anircs.-. ............. 4:08 r. U. Depam. 4:30 KM. ' : '. . .;'": .'..:.yi: ;; To Contributors. It is a rule of all the papers to pub- lish no communications no matter what their nature may be unless they bear the signature of the writer. The Reporter never violates this rule. We have a letter from Guion this week that has no name and .we must decline to publish it. The turkey gobbl...

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

wv tv v-v .wTr? it I L 0 -r - P r v i v V I ?; a? a 1 WE (!? ? SAVE TOTTE DOLLARS BY TRADING Sfc ' WITH VB 8E ' g$$' ON OUR Finest Tailor- CLOTHING. LJ ERE is a variety in Over Coats and Suits abound to suit I 1 every turn oi fancy. A $10.00 bill is King. Nothing more attractive or desirable in Beavers Meltons Kerseys Chinchillas Etc. can be seen. Winter beauties cut in prices like blades of grass before a farmer's scythe here are W orsted Suits that give mag- netic grace to the wearer. Cashmeres that will mould the owner into poetry. We are stirring up trade with Honest Methods and if you miss the treat you can post on the debit side of your ledger a loss never to be retrieved. UNDERWEAR. One case Clinchers Shirts and Drawers at 85 cents. A garment worth easy $1.25. Can you afford to miss it ? Cashmere and Kersey Pants All wool in fashionable stripes sewed with silk and warranted not to rip $2.90. All sizes. ' & -'.V "XW& -:--m' 31iC.A.Ii. -T CKfemically'pure acohol at the ...

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

i .!" i niTiljippiiiipfifriiiiitiiii!! iHiTjqiiipmitip ii o I i Am iMtfant In tk life ef ft lrat Mt Captain Xtw Dead. The Pacific mail steamer San Juan irfcick arrived at Sin FrancUco recent- ly front Panama with her color half masted brought the body of her late wwnfiunder Capt James McCrae; who died at sen. Captain McCrae was 53 years of age a the time of his death and forty-lour of those years were spent at seu. He ins a native of Scotland where he took to ships at the age of 9 but he had con aldcred himself an American in evcrv ete but that ot birth since he wAs 15. ttken lie made New Yolk his home port. Lacking early educational advantages Ihs progress was slow but he was a ltard student of books as well as 'navi tkraand he qualified for a mate's pos k)fl shortly after attaining his majority Irle was first officer on one of the Savan- nah steamers out of New York twenty 1br years ago when the terrrible Morn Mg Star disaster becured off the south crn Atlantic coast Tne Star took...

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

vjt " r" t r- 1WTW THrtr" 1 jVW1JJ!m $!Wm"l!W'Wr 7TFrW!Slffl'w ' W f A "T JZ V' c V oVIEi l . V iiPa "?k - " 9 r- x 'ii HhKnm SH BR TnlsTrarfi Murk Is nlhe best WATERPROOF COAT K3S? In Uto World! "' A. J. TOWCR. BOSTON MASS A Houiewifc and Hoase gown. I saw a pretty housewife with sunny brown hair a wild rose skin and moss yes harmonize with the gown. A rich brunette with ivory yellow skin tincled dull red at the cheeks and with dull black hair will look the more rich and warm and on her the dress will seem the softer and more mistlike. The only ones who must not wear it are the glossy sleek women. They Will look too vivid and they will make the dress seem faded. This gown is of the sof test dull cream or ivory white china silk. The vines are wild rose and are cither embroidered or painted in the natural colors except that the green of the leaves and the pink of the petals are both softened a good deal. If pain ted the whole dress should be covered with a fine ivory white net to sof...

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

KW'T-: . W' s'?f?Wpy:;llP!-' ffyy'ffiiwfp? a I l'V-m If. HMB iJ -" - - 4& SENATOR 0 P BOWSER. SIS VIEWS ON TllE .POLITICAL SITUATION AND POLITICAL OutlookHe Believes In Giving Qv Hogg's Admimstrntion a Trial -He Will Vote for Millt I r United States Senator. As many people are aruiotn to hejr from State Serutor.elect O. V Bowser on the political situation a News reporter yesterday called on him and asked him for hts views. The reporter found Senator Bowser wading through a whole mail bag full of letter from parties offering their services as committee clerks pages ctfc. Casting the letters aside lie proceeded: ! am pained but I can- not say that I am surprised at the announcement of Judge Clark's plans f8r the future. The personal chaiac tcr of the canvass and the assaults made on him since the elecion4 doubtless embittered his spirits and drove him to the desperate course he has outlined. While we mav es- teem Judge Clark as a man and regret the attacks made him we cannot permi...

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

'im P&W!ffl?iitW& in MiMMMiM f... 1LII I ... f 1. ...l.l .. I I ll The Abilene Reporter. VOL. XI ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING DECEMBER 2 1802. NO. 40. U i ;-0 i y; . i V to. K u lrk- 0 V t (.0 NEWS S0TE3. Nov. 35 It is officially" announced by the Mexican government free irn- portation of corn into Mexico is to cease after Dec. 1st. A dispatch from Paris reports the death of Love Hancock a farmer of Frebright. from an explosion of a cot ton gin boiler. Incendiary fires arc increasingly frequent in Fort Worth. This night a building on Peter Smith street was discovered burning and chief Dell has no. hesitation in stating it was the work of an incendiary. Walter Martin a resident of the Tndian Nation was arrested at Mc- Kinney by the sheriff for Jhe murder of J. A. Doggettin Colin county thirty- four years ago $en. Dyrenforth arid his party of rainmakers were not successful at San Antonio this day in spite of the ex- plosion of great quantities ofroselite in the air and a heavy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 December 1892

KgT3f?T!?R "mmtffv "idf Wsmj r'?T K1 "W"' r wrcnpfv sTTv-wfi'f; -ifjrj9 f tiwr-'V"?! imTi5viTjiV9 'ftV. ). -.- - -. .- pr ii 't MISCELLANEOUS. lJlljllW -w To renvove a glass stopper tbat has befcomb tightly wedged put a drop or two of sweet qil in the crevice about the stopper and it will loosen in an )our or two. Feed the boar no fattening food but plenty that will go toward making bones and muscle. Enough of that will be appropriated to flesh building to keep Jmbi in gobd form. .1 . . n Before feeding raisins put them in hot water for a few minutes and the seeds wjll come but easier. Then roll ch raisin between the thumb and wngcr pressing the seeds up to and ut of the stem end. iii The extension of the Chicago Rock Island &; Pacific from Minco I. TM south into Tejcas which has been Un- der way for nearly a year is now rapid- ly approaching completion and this Trill probably be operating in Texas by December 15. Its terminus is to bti at Bowie Texas from which place all the nr...

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

VfNmyW'W f'TJSRwypff I'.ifpWpWf frBff? ' " T7JHP jwrHsrJSyrSSvS rvswi I I ' I 4 I 'f. is & fcfc r iJ M .z 4' it Uf hr; i cv V) s .v -.3L i & C: "f ''. r SUCKER TMTISU mtANI) RLICKEIt la warranted wmtfr. pnwrindwOlkM'pyoadnrlnthehtrdntttonn. Ttw new POMMEL SLICKEK U a perfect rtdlnc tout and covers the cntlrasuldla. Btwan of Imitations. Don't bur a coat If th "iUh Itrn ill BtiM" It not on It. Illnttn- im uuaionM rrr. A. J. TOW1.H liosion jam LADIE'S COLUMN. Chat on Fathlons. After the fierce conflict among politi- cal parties that of fashion leaders -seems very tame and flavorless.- There is however a certain amount of ex- citement 'and eager expectations for ' onlookers in watching the conflict still going on between the leading fashion creators. Although it is nearly mid- season there still continues considerable uncertainty as to whether there shall be a revival of Louis XV styles with toururc paniers and short skirts for day and long trains for evening wear or whether the...

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

o t- U' m '1 -x The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISH E6 AT ABILENE - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY DECEMBER a 189a. JOHN HOENY J?. Editor. Ottcc In Retortex Building oil Second Street. lateral t th Abilene.. Tex Fortofflce tMrond CtM Mall Matter. Subscription Katu. Oaeynr.k ........i Six months ..... ......... Tfcrte m6nth.... ...... .4.. 5l.S 75 . 40 Texas and Padtte Local Tim Table. KASlBOU.ND PASSENGER. Axrires.. .............10:4a A. M. BeparU it.-Oj A. m WIST-BOVND rAsssKorp. ArriT T 4:08 P. M. Depart. 4 ...i..... 4:30 P.M. a: The Dallas News suggests thc.schb 1 children should be taught that the gov erument is established tp protect and liot to sqppori die people. There is a gooJ sense in this. It is stated on good auth nty that Clevtland is in favor pr a special ses- sion and that it is his idea that the democrats should pass a Iree wool free binding twine and free bagging bills as early as possible. Railroads are being built in every direction on paper just now. Some of these paper railroads w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 December 1892

P?1$WA?jpBpKTOiTO 0 F Lr? JL ' n It- 1 ' ! lr A V kv a OX WEIL'S RRH& OVft SJttiS. of the celebrated Tailor Made Suits and Over Coats has created no little stir among the tasty dressers and appre- ciating public. Moye They Did and Moye They Must. Our dander is up on those fine ready to wear garments and if the weather wont lorce you in to buying the prices must. Begining to-day Pick out ad $8 oo suit for $5.50. Pick out a $10.00 suit for $6.15. Pick out a $12.00 suit for $7.90. Pick out an $15 00 suit for $9.75. Pick out a $18 00 suit fo' $1 2.40. Pick out a $20 00 suit for $13 80 Pick out a $22.50 suit for $15.35. Pick out a $25 00 suit for $16.50. Pick a $7.50 overcoat for 85 00. Tick a $9 00 overcoat for $6 00. Pick a $12 00 overcoat for $8 00. Pick a $16 00 overcoat lor $10.00. WEIL'S Save Your Dollars Dry Goods Clothing and Shoes. LOCAI j. Chemically pure acohol at the Gilt Edge saloon. 24'tl Gard Pratt Beaumont Texas was here Sunday. Buggies wagons and implements at H. A H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 December 1892

-A. Mii'mrililiiiiiMi i iljwpl ') 1 " 3 f I ? CITY DIRECTORY KCRBT SOCIETIES. Abilene Commnderr No. 87. Knights Temp- isr huldi It stated eonelsre In tholr Tlmo onjij tioor rotter A ltvn building corner Sdlth Seeond. ndl'lno streets op the seeo;.it Vqnttar night In each month. Visiting Sir Mights PorUlsllr IntlteU to attend. 4 J. U. CORMB Km. Coramsnucr. ago. 0. lUnai.ttwler. AbUthe Chpler Nn. I'ATL A. it. Hold tti stated convocations luo second Friday night In vtch month Inthetr hall third floor. Potter and ReeTM bull.luig corner line and North Secoud suoeia. W. 840. Jounsoit Secretary. J. nt. M K. II. r. AbllenoTiOdse Jio.Mfc V and A M.-tloldslu stated communication! the tint Saturday night in each month In their hall third floor tarter and Kecrea building corner Pine and North Sec- ond streets w. 8. 0. Johksox Secretary ILO.CoocW.Mv Lao. V lleeu erery Tuesday night In the K. of P. bail. All TUltlng brethren cordially In- vited to attend. W U. Tntrr. N. Q. J. W. iiam-rox. Secretar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 December 1892

MW vmrr rt"? wvrwffriiw WJffSPfiBiwS w-w&w nffimwff' 7if7rrp '.. 'Mi. '1 1 1 i iWS M 1 I i I f t -jwtw -AV- jft-tyowv 8looct?- I had a malignant breaking out on my leg below tho knee and was cured ftound and well with two and a half JoMlea of mn Other blood medicines bad failed lJUBl to lo mo any good. will C. jjkaty see TRADE MARK. iibled from childhood with nn up. Sue of Tetter ond three bottle or cured me permanently. . MuAvllleI.T. Oar book on Blood and Bkln Diseases mailed boa. BwwxBrwanoCO. Atlanta Ga. THE FARM A New Cotton Bafeglnff. Among ilie subjects discussed at the recent New England cotton manufact- urers' meeting was a new covering for cotton bales which was described by Mr Thompson who said that his at " tendon had been called to it bv a fire at the River Point (R. I) Mills by which $106000 worth of cotton was lost with very little insurance upon it. The covering is a fire-proof asbestos ' mixture m which wire is mingled to ' give it stiffness and strength and ove...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 December 1892

c; o K . -j mimt J.- The ladies aid oeicty ol the Dip- list cliutelf wjll' give an entertainment at thj p'rtrsoriage Wednesday Dec. it at 4 p. m. All ate cordially Chv ted. " JKot.cn to Tax Payers. You will pledsc take notice thai your state and county taxes must be paid tefori January ist. Alt that remain unpaid after that date become delin- quent. Yours truly )t V. Cunningham Collector Cotton and Grain Cotton shipments to date are 4470 bales. Prices yesterday ranged from 8 to 9 Cents. Wheat is coming in slowly and the best i selling at 55 cents. Oats have advanced a little and are now' selling at 28 to 30 cents. Knights of Pythias. The following officers were elected Thursday night: C VilieneuVe P. C; Geo S. Uerry C. C. El gene Harris V. C J A. H Ktrby. P.j E. G Baijei K. R.S; C O. Foust M. Ft E S. Home M. V.j W. E. Hughes M A. C. Evans representative; Cj S. Uass alternate; J. M. Anderson trustee Improved Xoone Cotton. R D. Hughey of Fisher county was here Wednesday with four hate...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 December 1892

vcr"y " " i) " The Abilene Reporter. w ' . VOL XI. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MOBNTNG DECEMBER 0 1892. NO. 60 ' T -V . r.jo.j i flWM f 'T7 k V m. y .? 1 4 S. LAPOWSKI & BRO. .SPECIAL SALE -f Clothing $ $5.00 Is the Price for our Men's Suits now. 9 YOUR CHOICE for $5.00 a Suit. Hanging in value from $7.50 to $10.00. YOUR CHOICE for $7.50 a Suit. Ranging in value from $10.00 to $15.00. YOUR CHOICE for $10.00 a Suit. Hanging in value from $15.00 to $20 00. The lack of winter is responsible for this tremendous cut in prices. We have the Largest Stock in the city to select from. S. LAPOWSKI & BRO. NEWS NOTES. Dec. 1. A dispatch from Elmira N. says that a terrible railroad cross- ing accident occurred at the Pennsyl- vania avenue crossing of the Erie road at midnight Five persons were re- turning to Soulhport from the city in a wagon. They were William Conklin and wife Edward Blanchard and wife 5nd Mrs Maggie Pitts The crossing is a dangerous one. The wagon was struck by the Erie vestib...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 December 1892

: ""'' 1 "'''' sum fciiii iMai " " IliiOf' TT V- -. r . CITY DIRECTORY B2CRXT tOCIXTlKS. Abilene ComtnttuUi? NotT. Knight TVmp- lar holJ lt itMcd concur in their ylnui UUrtl Uoor l'orter A lleore bulMlnir corner Sortu Second nd l'lne utrcctm o iho en.il Monlr nlxnt In turn month. YUltlng Sir Xulgbu oonlUIlr Invlicil to Attend. J. CI. Cuntui Km. Commander. Orr. C.tUnitRecorder Ablletw Ctupltt No. 119 a A. V.-lIold lu twl convocation! Uiaiproiid KrMr nlitlil lit wen month In their hull third floor. Porter nd Rmtm btilldlnif corner Wtie nd forth Second Kteeu. W s. O. Joiuorfos 8ocrctrr. J. Rid M. K. Jl. 1. Abllenetadfo o. MS P. unrt A. M.--HoMjsIU Hated commttnlcfttlont the nrrt Saturday nliht in etch month In their hull third floor Vurtcr and Uccrei bulUlnjr. corner Wn and North 5co- tnd trU. w 8. O JouNaoy SccreUrjr. n. n. cook w m. t 0. O F. Meet Terr TuwJajr night In the K. or P halt AH vlitllu brethren cordially ln Md to attend. W. II Tntrt N. Q. J. W tUxi-roH. Secretary. surof th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 December 1892

nW f ""Vfe""" ""; I 'ttr w te w f h ;i I 'V It i ' 1 v- i 388888888$ j "T "". FVn zz s rw AH I MtMi awl Ski g 8 8 DtMSMS S A rellabld cure for Contagious .Blood Poison Inhirltcd Bcro- .fuU and Skin Cancer A tonic for delicate Women and Children It ha no equal. Being purely venetablo ia harm le In lu effects A tmitlur oh jxx1 and (Skin Dis- eases mailed rnsa; on application. Uruttjtttt Sell It. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. Drawer 3 Atlanta Ca. 8 S S S S S ssssssss THE FARM. S s : ' ThoProfit of a Smaller Cotton Crpp. Since September the price of cotton lias advanced two and one-hilf cents ( per pound from seven cctvs to nine .and one Jialf cents for middling upland. ?ThiS mcjans that in nine weeks the1 cash value of this season's cotton crop has increased $87500000 reckoning upon a yield of about 7 000000 bales which is now regarded as a liberal es- 'fc titnate. Les3 than one-third of this season's crop lias been marketed and as there is prdspect of an advance to ' ten cents or above the prese...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 December 1892

u JThe Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHEQ AT ( Bjouurx - - - TEXAS. 'FlUDAV DECEMBER 9 189a. JOHN JIOENY JR. Editor Oftce la RtrotTXR lloitding on Sc6nd Street. kt the Abllfti. Tea IWofllc S30ni-Ciam Mill MltM. Subscription Xstss Om yesr ..j.....$.5 91 months ..........;..... 75 Ttoce month..... . 4 Tmi ui ?aeUe Local That TaMt SLAST-BOUD f ASSE.VGM Armes .. .. ..i. ..... i ....... 10140 A. St. Bspaits ... . 4 ............... tUO$ A. WEST-BOUND PASStMQM. Antres. . .'..t.. .. ...... 4-o r. Dpiu... ...... ...... 4:30P.M. The Late Jay Gould. Jiy Gould died at his New York residence on December 5th. For the last three years 'he1 knew his days were numbered but with characteristic re- ticence he caused this to. be kept a profound secret between him and his physician. Even his family had no idea- that lie was suffering Irom con sumption until three months before hn death by which time his weakness had become so great that alt further concealment was impossible. Solution for the .Labor Question. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 December 1892

I ' IB ' ' ".'....; - H rf ' ''-"" "" "' - i ... '; ....... : t . . B ' t il U - 1 '" ' . ' :' "IV."T. ntl1!n .r..nirC....t 1.... 1 H V m W T B H B m K TbB T Pk. J m 'v.ih juuujr libit; . t a . n r u 1 I -v WKULLAMA1 UN IVxTYYwr n wi rxwT aii that WEIL sells the best Tailor -Made and Most Reliable CLOTHING in Abilene. HAT said Clothing will now be 1 Tm Tr Ar mitt "hand me downs" shown elsewhere; that the styles of these Tailor-4lade-Ready-Made Garments are the Cream de la Cream in fit finish trim and ' fabric equal to any Merchant Tailor-Made. Price 50 per cent less. Over Coats and Nearly Cut m Two 415 and $1650 The' good die young The best go first Come early . Come soon Come while they last. WEIL'S You know where we are. LOCAL. Loans made on ranch and farm properties promptly by tf Will Stith & Co. ' I ! I .1. Buggies wagons and implements at ? H. A Hancock's. 3S'tf Absolutely pure corn whiskey at the Gilt Edge saloon. 24.tr Go to Gus Ackermans for pure whis- kies. wines and c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 December 1892

ho I WN& MVlHMi WW HVllw ktvjV Wg lBPrtrfF wfJ"D WWW "MHO'S FRIEND 9 ) CpMUM HUH t Kt Wlll MM MM MM.UH Ukl DM expanet KMibat mtM ilhriurt two) Hi aueh cam. Xr anl liiw. I . Mo- Jam UWw aw. Tto'r riEiasKfiviiJiTw vi ATLANTA. CIA. MB ST ALL DKUQCWrm. MISCELLANEOUS. The Irish Constitution Thfc published outline of Mr Glad stoned new plan of Irish home rule shows that It differs essentially from plans formulated heretofore It would make Ireland' a state in an imperial Federation with representation in the imperial parliament The former 'constitution submitted by -Mr. Clad stone was for a provincial form of government in which noiie o the impe tal prerogatives were surren- dered wjitlc Ireland was denied representation in the imperial pailta went. Under the new phn Ireland would be a state self governing tn sdl local afliirs and. while subject to wupenal authority yet having itself a voice tn dttennming the policies in the empire. The division of Ireland into four provinces with Ulst...

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