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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 August 1888

KfKfo1WJ!iZ& tFz ' -v.'.T'i-- m 1MRHKI WaMPIW?W5FuJVy''PE.'iT; .i ? a ' - ? y "" yfTw t- f um M w$i v hi m I w ( J THE BATTLE BEGUN. The Demeorrtlo Campaign; in In- diana Opened With ft Grand Rally of tho Faithful. Benatbr Dah Voorheti ttton a Mailerly Donunclatlon of tho FrlnclpUs . Of. tho Rcpublltan ratty. TERRli'HAUTK Ind. Aug. '4. The democracy of this city and vicinity held r( a mass meeting to-night arid Senator 1 Voorhces made the opening. speech of (he democratic campaign in Indiana this being the senator's home. ' The street procession was- a large and creditable display and the wigwam where tho meeting was held was V crowded. Senator VOorhe'cs was ten- ' 'dercd an ovation on his appearance the audience rising and cheering sev- tp eral minutes. On the platform were ' s many " democrats of. state and local . prominence. Senator Voorhecs was listened to with marked attention and J he was frequently interrupted by v rounds of applause. The most notice- able feature of the...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 August 1888

h s '. ?a a' i...nli..m.. pjinf hi. ..i in nJ - .i irl't i 'ill ) i 1 1 HI ilibi.fi ).iiii !.... -HfjvyiV J-' ti i i' i ii-1 v?ji ii m .f LJTLrfiwiiiwaftTgi ii UtittM ifllBwWfii id..!! WMv CAMERON. . '!; .V ' "'. -t GEO. P. PHILLIPS.: f'. 0AME ROli &4&ft'. - ! !i-S)- it' if Q ;w-- LLI PS E)E1A.XjE1KS iir .;i 1't'1" wi' w ""! W H4JntnktWi. -'(rw rMil(V HARDWARE STOVES WAGONS . ' : 1.!A'!vv--- ' -m. -'- "''A i.- .''1' ?';-' AND . i FARMING 'F;?af''Vi'-.r-'.'-"".4if''5' -v-..': . s Corner North Second and Pine Streets ILENE A ffBi H H I B H 1 We Propose to Save You Money and Offer You the Best Opportunity TO GET ALL YOU NEED IN trOO Tr-fc j . oji ri i-i.:. . tt 17 S JBOOOIS 5I106S Ijiuiiimg Jiats jaw- That was ever before offered in Abilene. These goods for the next 30 days will toe sold at less than New York cost. .f ; Prints Summer styles 3c Best Manchester chamtoray 10c. Gin.ghams desirable colors. 6c. Sateens 6c - . t Linen lawn 12 l-2c and 15c. Best bleached domestic 7 l-2...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 August 1888

I The Abilene Reporter. llr VOIi VIT ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 16 1888. - NO 33. n . . ... - i '--- 1 " - - H . '" nnmiii Am ' ww.HM n ' ! M" H 1""".'".'. '.. ' .J .. rnl . !. . a . -f-- - . - . 1 .w - .. .---. U-4- -t... .-. .. ?....... . fc--.f -Mi... ii.ii .. i it ........i.xUx ) i. . .n . r. .J.rf . . . .. i"ri t- : ' - n. m " r. . : i ? ..- - ...... II nir!arirararfargiaSff pirji-.?nrsrcaLiaL a ouu district JfiUK. iw. iu irouaem. i ! kqmqihc and Na Mictaa I -iJffivffsd i mi fiisin iiiiii Din mimiiin i J i &. I y fL. r '- ur y . fit ft... i ujf I bh l"'v ' . Till tHe close of August we offer Silk Mitts BldvMjB beautiful line oBu"ehg;rte iies' :and Gents' Ties and Scarfs Collars and Cuffs. Hamburg Jaconet and Mss Embroideries. ' A SPLENDID LINE OE Italian Valenciennes Oriental and Dentelle Laces? Ladies and Gents'. Underwear and Summer Dress Goods and FLAT COST. Ladies' Hats and Millinery t ; i iGpods awayjdoiioclose. Gents Fine Shoes MUST GO. Porter & Reeves. . THE. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 August 1888

fl5TWB)PWWfr"-yi ft VitVBfcJ!!ME.V" tkl4A)miii i.H JUlt .JO. X .iiw 4nHwlwiU .olf "i In iiiiriiOi Wii'i"""lMFi'iry i r 1 & ;a 9r T All JETES OTC IKDIAKA. Gem Harriaoh (6 &08 Uf(f Own Stato Democratic Manager Convinced That Cleveland' Will HdVe t teut Tan Thonmnd Xore Voti Than Rii Oppoaent HoW Thy Figure ' Out tfai Ramlt. KsW York Aug 5. All eye here are fixed 6n Indiana. In the csjMa- tionof the shrewd politicans of "both partlcs'thc Hoosier state is the pivot On which Uc presidential Contest will turn. The democratic managers wer$ ntiversUrer of carrying the sta.tfe thafetfy5ytare to-day. They are not at all afraid of Candidate Harrison's pergonal popularity. They have met him; before on the' Indiana battlefield ivhen his rccoril was shorter and con sequently less objectionable than now w whiM bi-j . iwl nSZZSrrZ3& was in 1876 when he ran for governor and the republicans had Oliver P. Morton for a leader a splendid or- ganization and a federal treasury to draw Upoll. -...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 August 1888

w& Ylt "V i in ;. i Ni V ' 1R 5tS I't I ' LIME STOCK. Protection from Plies. At tliisj season of the year the annoy aniife caused to animals by fifes and mosquitoes often amounts to positive agonyHnd all times in what is called good corn weather it is sufficient to present the stock eating enough tb put them in good condition. The animals will stand in the water- or pass the greater part of the day in the shade rather" than expose themselves to the sunshine going out to cat only when driven by hunger. They quickly lose flesh the flow of milk shrinks and a loss is incurred that cannot easily be made good again. At all times a good . feed of torn is beneficial tb stock but is "specially 5o-Vhcnrfliesjircvery -annoying since it will do much to pre- vent shrinkage of flesh and milk. Horses and milch cows may be pro- tected in great measure at least by " wiping them all over with a sponge dipped in soap-suds in which a little carbolic acid has been mixed. A Wonderful Eccord. 'In the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 August 1888

ifill. jiWfcjti'iii'Cinnn ii iiii. l..riiyi.t...Wj! .Wi. n- MMMiAhMj MJUA ' Mf- -tfr- W i tfifcyiii n. 111 ( I'M' "fcTV t Ul Hi! nr 'I Tlio A"hiloti PiAnrfAr ' ine AU11U1L lUJUIiei. . xr : PUBLISHED AT ABILENE - - - TEXAS. THURSDAY AUGUST iG 1888. jomv hobny & editor .. . ifcui str- Bubicrlptlon Kates One year... ovf iMVIIUmO $1.50 Six months ... ................... 'Ihrec monlliA. . . . . . . ti 40 Office In HordcC Ilulltllng on Bccom. fatrceb 1- - Kitterocl nt 1I10 Alillcn?. Tcxae 1'otutHco in dcCmxl-Clnxi Stall Jlnller. . KNNOUNCeGNTS. .MttllMlltfV Aiiimmircmmilx fir couri office will be tinbll. 1ml 1 tlio Kkimktrii nt the fiitoor 3.00enclr ivreeliictofllce $0 cncli j i .. FOK DI8TUICT J.L'UOK. - Wo nro nntlinilicil lo nnnnnncu JuiIro T. II. Conner at EitMlnml. ni n rmulUUttJ for re-clce-tlonto tho ofllce of Dlotrlcl JihIrc of Oil tllMrl.t nt the entiling November election' FOIl DJ STllICT ATTOimjY. Wc arc itntlinrlzcil to Announce H. 1). Shtop- chlre tin ft cnmlltliitn for t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 August 1888

tWWlWCT I i i. iy V lS Tt f 'V 1 1i- 1 1 -. U' r fc ' S PrW fte I. ISP ( I1 L. HiOOuXj. " I I - . I ' ' - Mm.- Texfti and Paclfto Local.Tlmo Tbl. AST-IIOtWI) PAssttinpft. Jt Arrives .. .. 1 1 00 A M ' Departs..... .... 11125 a. M. WnST-IIOONI) I'ASSES'OP-ftt u Arrives... ... ...... 313 M' M. " Departs. ... ......'... 3155 P. M OHUKOn DinEOTOIlY. t'irst ilnptlst Sunday-school 9:30 n. 111. j services ftt 1 i a. in. and 8)36 p. m. prayer- meeting Wednesday night G. W. Smith pastor. "Methodist South Sunda)-$choof 9:30 a. tin; services at it n. 111. and 8 p. m.( praycr- lrtccling every Wednesday evening at 8 p. m. C. S MeCarvcr pastor. Ciutrchot' the Heavenly Rest Services' on Sunday at 1 1 a. nt. and 8:30 p. in excepting on the secom( Sunday; Wednesday evenings at 8J30; Sunday school at 9:30 a. in. First Presbyterian Sunday school every Sunday at 9:45 a. m.j services first and sec ond Sundays in each month at 1 1 a m. and 8130 p. m.; prayer meeting- every Wednesday" night nt 8'30 p. m. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 August 1888

Miuu-iudUw- 1":1 JLlLf' -(. Uxzzte3$s$&8wzzcXt ' MKUte iKfttWWBWhMftSSW "ri . ! 1 3 .L r."A HOUSEHOLD Household Hints. 'iWlejtfy difijr plates s6 a solutfdii 6f jntrtmojiia in .v'rttc npnlicd with ft rag. Leather chair seats may bo revived by nibbing them with well beaten white of egg. Clothespins boiled jTYefy minutes mid quickly dried once. Or twice ft month become more durable. A little ammonia and tiorax in the water when washing blankets- keeps them soft and prevents shrinkage.1 For hoarseness beat a fresh egg and thicken it with fine white sugar. Eat of it freely and the hoarseness will soon be relieved. Ah excellent cement for fastening the tpps of kerosene lamps is made wnn inrce pans oi resin one oi-causuc jioda and Ave parts of Water If quilts arc folded or rolled tightly after washing then beaten with a rolf- irtir nin or.notato masher it lightens un .the cotton; and makes thcitvseeuvsoft ftnd new. ' ' A A pan of sliced raw onions laTea in a room wiicre mere is aipiun...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 August 1888

i i U 'V- r.ti" r if iU IL ill " ' Jf ' ' - HGfcULTtiREK Agricultural Dots. No farmer cm afford'4 to raise a .1 prior calf. The weeds must be kept down or the farm cannot be successfully ruij. A Bronze turkey weighing thirty- pounds is owned by an Ohio woman. A good tdmatq should not only be sound and solid but also plump and juicy. If the armor is to save -his own seed he must save the earliest largest and best. v The chicken house should be thor- ough ventilated and kept cool in wanri weather. . Corn endures drouth remarkably welli-but tqdo sp it is absolutely es- 'tf Vcntial that it be .kept clean. Be sure that the water' supply jn the pasture holds out. When the ground ' gets hot small' streams will dry up very suddenly at times. Speaking of pasturing a. New Eng- ender says: "In. my opinion a far- mer can keep a sheep with- every cow without any additional expense." A Kentuckian claims that his sheep w save him at least $isoa year in caring ior weeas. moreover mere is a re- turn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 August 1888

'. L . I i JV .iUmiih. - .ffi.iiillUll'iWli'iyiW ' ' ' r'1' " v '-'' ii mhwilnrfumiMijn 'finnjiv twf'iw. jUfetttygMfet j.-jLu-- .1 ' )! 1 V r C-3(-T-i-tisi mMritt W'WiilWiini)..iiivfct. ' ii J ) .- mi. .Ii ..il in I nil iii.Y'i ''i' ii'.'..-i'.' t.'.fcliliJiirtlWyjlWU BitH.t."wU'J WM. CAMERON. 'r i t -. .' .;. a-' p. I - '. V ? '" ' '' i'& '' PS. . I i ji r ." GEO. P. PHILLI 'it i 1 7 ' P H ILL! DO ... kj4 ' i ' ; j' 'i 'J ' . A Btt JBT it""! "'Ik r. ' & W ' "i ir I OYM t t-t VJ IN x "' ' . . ..-; ' . . ..- ' k - ' ' : ' ' M '''';:"' . ''".'i t- I '.' - ' '.5 .;'.. T '". '..... . -m a rm -m-ivr-i n-Tv-r ' .'....-' .V .....r '..'':; jA ... . -' r-JrH' k a . - :---. ;!:i'' ;'. ' j"!i 'f . 5A' t. - - V tv f'i . '.. fs-'t ... ''Sl4r7 :-'.iv- v"ff " ' -risftfe. '' a s. ilt' 4 . wriM Stisl Wsi&iMs ' akd! HoHseili iarmshinor 0'dfe:.':''".';''-:''";.. ''ij$ AM) FARMnlfe - -..tt-;.;5i 'd rr" -..j. J v ($ IMPLEMENTS; ' - ' A ; .1 - - '-... Corner North Second and Pine Streets Jz X...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 August 1888

sV'jn "CV ?'" !tIr '.fi-y!'j S'.l" ? '". Abilene Reporter. T"- TJP vol. VII. ABILENE TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST 23 1888. NO. 34. ! J' i I H ill Ill 4. JIMM WW MlWWMMMWWWIiiiiW lW T "1 " i A JrxrL';-'i:'.': f 'I Ik ' I; iHf kT ifT" p V K . -I fp w ."! 'f V t V' M Bargains and No Mistake! Till the close of August we offer . Silk Mitts Gloves a beautiful line of Ruehing Ladies' and Gents' Ties and Scarfs; Collars and Cuffs. Hamburg Jaconet and Swiss Embroideries. A SPLENDID LINE OF Italian Valenciennes Oriental and Dentelle Laces Ladies and Gents' Underwear and Summer Dress Goods at FLAT Gents Fine Shoes MUST GO. Porter j& Reeves. MILLS IN WEST VIRGINIA. How for the Want of an Enlarged Market Mills and Mines Shut Down Awaiting Demand. Charleston w. Va. Auk. i8.. Senator Blackburn' of Kentucky Hon.- R. Q. Mills and Phil Thompson secre- tary of the national democratic execu- tive committee arrived "in this city this morning and pre guests of Senator J. Kenna. Large jniinibers came to the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 August 1888

W.UMt 7. ?T . " - - "- V ......... . ' T" ' ' " " '" "' i I' "'". l. .-. w.n- rWWT --. isi. i-""'faW """"J I ' ' H JlJtLJ- t" - lit -t W fi A IF t . A FULIi KAHB. TJi4 youth nnt! maiden al nlone ' Ilcsliic tlie pebbled Urand Nearby tlie ca mitt Irv'lilsortn life held iter lilly Imiul. He gated into Iter wipplifn; eye t4I laye you sweet)" lie sslit The niftlilcii nnswerci! him Ith lgtin Ami btutblng hiwig her head t He pressed the hand so soft' and while He kissed the dimple chin And said: "Ifl played .irds tonight I Know llmt I would win. "You ask me why ? You shall lie lold" lie pressed the fingers white J ''I know IM win because I hold A tovely linndlo-nlght.' . -tt- 'i - Death of Eliza Ellon Johnson. Eliza Ellen Johnson youngest . daughter of Col. J. Stodard Johnson who was'onc of the founders of this city occurred at Frankfort Ky. Sat- urday evening July 28th. The West crn Argus of Frankfort .says : "She had been confined to her apartment not longer than one week with what seeme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 August 1888

tf N. n iii im iii i tin i wiiUwmMiwunJwtumii Ju 'tk sAf tf I m M I. A 4 IF jjac IK . ft I- m M EXPOSED At LAST. I A The Operations of the IrwIcbs White Caps in Indiana.' Detective Joint tha Order and Makes Startling Kevnlattom Tho iModai Operandi of the Infamous Order Dlicloied.- EvansvIM.e Inc. Aug. 18. Some startling revelations are just being made concerning the operations of the now infambus "white cap"organization. The general purposes of this lawless gang have already been known for some time through the variops out- rages which have been from time to lime committed but the specific aims of the organization who composed it and its fountain head might have for- ever remained unknown but for the clev cr ruse which Jias just been success- fully practiced the whole'secret has becn-brought out through an informer or more properly a&ctSctfvewho unit- ed with the organization and entered into their plans with a view of obtain- ing such information as mfght aid the state and coun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 August 1888

rr i "I. i 4nhm m i"' .y--7 -$r: lh- .-iiwi-gyifti' " 'TwwwraiWwj& 5iS5i5aiBSSlfete'S JryJuH' .TT''w-iwrwffwA -. .J ..-TSP '""""" !!.- (- 1 1 . I. I. . 1 s l I t H 1 tt St a in 11 1 . ai 13? The Abilene Reporter. "" ' -PUBLISHEb At a'bIIjENE -' - - TEXAS. THURSDAY AUGUST; 1888. 1 Bnbicrlptlon Ratoi. One ycflt ituiaifiiH .. .$tS" Six: months. ............ 75 Three months...... ....... ....r 40 Office In Uohlcr Dufltltnj; on Second Street. li.t -in lii 11 h.ift M V in Kntcrei nt lliq (Abilene Texas Valnfl1ca n Hcroii'lClnm Jtnll Mnllcr. KNN0UNC6M6NTS. CnndldntttO ntmotmrcmimt for county offlrcfc will IK) linlilli-liol In tti HitrrtnTBii nt tliornlc f J.OOrneli; iirrclnrt ofllcef S4S0 '-'j FOIl IllSTIUCT JU1M1K. Wq nfc'nntliorlicil to' nnnoiinco JiiiIrA TV II. Connor of Knctlniul ns n rnmlliLio for re-clee-tlon to tbo omcc of Dlntrlcl JiuIro of tlilx illMrlct nt tlio dialling NovemNr election. FPU DISTKICT ATTOUNKY. ' Wo'nromithorlteil to announce m 1). fihrop. uhlre iim cntullilut...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 August 1888

; ;' "1' " i"' :d&' Hb ' v V. w ?m tv. . I :M '7. XjOOAX J. Texni and Mclflo local Time Table. EASfMlOUNl) rASsRNdER. . ' Arrives i W..1111M t l.'oo a. m. Dentuti ....... i .... iiP.25 a. Jt. WRST-IIOUNt) TASSENOER.' ArrVcs. ....... ....' 31J4 1'. M Departs. .............. 3:55 )'. Mi CHURCH DIRECTORY. llUt ll K'l li.H irWI1..'!..' ' 'MI1 1 1 MI lU)W l-'int llaillst Sumlay-scriool 9530 n. m.j ervccs nt 11 a. m. hrul 8:30 p. ni.f prayer- meeting Wednesday nights p. W. .Srhitlr pastor. Rfcthodist South-Sumlay-sclio61 30 n. m.; services at it a. m. and 8 p. m.; praycrV meeting every Wednesday evening at o'p. m C. S. MeCarver pastor. Church of the IlcaVenly Rcstiseryiccs on fSujulay nt 11 a. m. and 8.'3o p. m. excepting on the second Sunday; Wednesday evenings at 8i30 Sunday .school at 9130 a. m. First' Presbyterian Sunday school every Sunday at 9:45 a. m.; services first and sec- ond Sundays in each month at 1 1 a. m. and 8:30 p. m.; prayer meeting every Wednesday nlght'hi 8:301 p....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 August 1888

m .. ; . . Mifin m. lj iiliifr- vwwiniin nnwfrt'uwmmn iwyi'i innimmwft.iMw"iH' mMi U tf'fi m Ej3!4Siw" foiaHwwt -' tdi lt' 1 ( ( htMiM : . . j .. - ' --"AiTtMMaiilillrt- iMHlUiaW && ' .. . .. v -T I -t ... MajJ- JMMM1MMM1 Ifc t.mwi C.JiIJJJ..Jt I I t 1 V a i ii .9. t? R 5f I I Si i ii - - - -y 'SCIENTIFIC Naval Bftllopns. An experiment has been made at Totilon for the employment of captive balloons brt board ship.( 'The floating battery Implacable) which had been fitted Up with the necessary apparatus for producing gas artd provided with balloon and necessary gear was towed out of harbor in the roadstead and moored opposite the Mourillion .dry docks for Hie trial Under the di- rections of Lieutenant Scrpcttc and in the presence of the port haval authori- ties and officers of the evolutionary squadron in the roads a balloon of the cubic capacity of 310 meters (about 1010 feet) was fully inflated at night in one hour nnd a half. The process of producing the gas Was ef fected b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 August 1888

:-fj .? if . Vi UW . TJ 'fir- Mi iH .(id w SI HP- y' i- M AGRICULTURE. Gardening on the Isknd of Jorsoy. The Island of Jersey in the Eugllsh channel twelevc miles from the const of Wormandy and about thirty miles in circumference is njow till but a. market graden for supplying Convent garden with very early vegetables the same as Florida and Other southern- states do for the cities of this country According tp London Truth the aver- age return of Jersey crdps is nearly $a6 tier acre. There are 6.i acres under potatoes which last year produced $a075o;5. Tomatoes to the valuc of $40000 were grown and nearly $15000 Worth of peas' although the fruit season was a very bad one. One hundred and twelve tons of grapes were dispatched to the London market which sold for $99000. The great speciality of Jersey cultivation is now thavproduction of early potatoes the growing of which is costly averaging nearly $225 per acre. As much as $120 per ton has been obtained from these potatoes at the ope...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 August 1888

I ( I K t? ffl f t . i i I IO "W m ffi'S m i MF1 Hi ii H l"1" ' '"' ' -' -' '-- '-'"-'J '- - ' r r. V ..... . . -'. . jjuJiiiiuiiHWiiJlwMliWMitMiitfMiM fe.4 .i U. .. .. - . 1. 1 1 1 ' v "I T - I I ." "I MI l1.lM Wll Mrv'Maw.WAWy"WHMlMWIMMIIIIWlllMMIll'llB.MlMllillll I III lH '!"" -r-..-- .-.---. - - - . .. A.... j. . . r . . .-. ' ; " -"- - -. . . . . t. . ... ."- - . . . . ..AUCHfl - .?r- . . r. -....-"-r.T-iwy pmmjk h3U WM. CAMERON. J4s ' ';.. WJ. " Jis.. I" fi GEO. P. PHILLIPS. '- vi CAMERON' vaft ' -v . ' .i . a f .'MwufciK L-H . 'C --':. VV'i & PHILL.I J? .f PS "':V;''' "''' '-Va .f r w- . OTjSlIiIEIIRS- TUT - . 3 - i' .r . ( s : " ..'. i ; :. .- . . . ...- . : . . .. .. : t . .. - ' - i.t'. -f! :' - Stoves wagpias arid Hbiise Fiirriishirig Goods AND FAMRING IMPLEMENTS. Corner North Second and Pine Streets t- ABILENE y X1 S3 3C J9l' S . TO PEOPLE OF TAILOR AND ADJOINING COUNTM! We Proposer to Save Yoii Mo.ney;and..-: Offer You the Best Opportunity " . TO GET ALL YOU NEED IN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 August 1888

Bprrrf'W?! tmmi im mnmmt$tmlsiiMn'tifatl?m! Ju. Abilene Reporter 1 rUi i -LH-X- $' -i jl .J?w vol vn ABIIiBNB TEXA8 THURSDAY AUGUST 30 1688. .t 4 NO. 35. Btf 1 &'?t -a : ' M csocscacscacsc I Bargains and No Mistake ! Till the close of August we .offer Silk Mitts Gloves a beautiful line of Ruching Ladies' and Gents' Ties and Scarfs Collars and Cuffs. Hamburg Jaconet and Swiss Embroideries. Italian Valenciennes Oriental and Dentelle Laces Ladies and Gents Underwear and Summer Dress Goods at PLAT COST. Ladies' Hats and Millinery Goods away down to close. . Gents Fine Shoes MUST GO. Porter & Reeves. THURMAN. The Noblest Roman Them All at Port. Huron Mich. of AtnericagkQrwijpia Man " astic Reception. Many Thousand People Listen to His Talk on the TffriflUrThe Subject Handled Forcibly. Tacts and Figures That Prove Fallacy and Selfishness of the Protectionists. the A Glowing Tribute to Grovor Cleveland the Country's Present and Noxt President. The Speech in Fullest Detail. Port Hur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 August 1888

ES .i--j f 4 X .f H wmtH . J4ti MwlW.'ifHtfiniHLii. j w a- Ly J iv-IfcfZJSSr3fH; HWfiBfTa jwiwwwiwdUww'iiiwiwrtUii) fe1 a' ma l i ! if 3. m THURMAN. dmtinucd froitijirst pagt. ntc.of the UnitcdSttitcIwns to'abolislv thb tax on quinine bo that a man with the (ever and agile could have his quin- ine without being robbed of his means of assistance. (Applause.) I know there are a felv cascSi and they are very few arid exceptional and not of sufficient importance to make it neces- sary for me to speak of them to-day in the limited time I have to speak in which the duty or tariff tax is npt all paid by the consumer but they arc so trifling fn amount and so insignifi- cant 0iat it is' not. necessary that t should occupy your time m diem. 1'he principal thagencr.il fact-is that this tax (here the speaker was intcr- inptcd by cheering and applause which followed his producing a ban- dana handkerchief.) Well gentlemen this is a. good honest Handkerchief and I could have bought it a good ' dea...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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