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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 September 1889

w v yMljMiliMIJjIlllltijWftl'li MyfiigyyijSi - M . KCRICULTUftE; ' fc ' Tlio Conditions for Long -Keeping of Fruit. In what condition can fnlit be placed lo best preserve its good qualities and retard its decay ? There seems to be two distinct active processes in the grOv th nhd development of fruit. The. first isj the growth the collecting! and buildniK up of a compound on comparatively solid structure which is unpalatable and indigestible as nn article &f food. The second is tlic . ripening process; a kind of organic ferment a breaking downr softening dissolving rendering palatable easily digested and as valuable as food. In this change the volatile oils are gener- ated giving flavor and character to fruit. The time lequircd in building up fruit prepaiatory to ripening has not been delegated to man to control to any great extent whether a variety is to ripen in May July or September. Yet if man cannot control the time of completed growth he can during the period by good care a...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 September 1889

"I" f'"'JWBnrvyp V'P' t-Wjppi' v$mtrrr1i?''"Fi.-Ty? (WT W jt V6Br " "x t j. j - iU .1 Mdiiln IM yK l ! m POULTRV. " . 'Plymouth locks. " t There is no breed of nure-brcd ijfowlS vhlch stands higher in populfti" esteem tnen do tne deservedly famous ( Tlyrnouth Rock. It might also be saiu no oreea nas ever so quickly gam- ed such widespread popularity and none has maintained firmer hold among fanciers and breeders than have these eminently pbpular fowls. It is now almost universally admittted that the Plymouth Hock is the resul- tant of the process of breeding the old-fashioned Dominique (the native American fowl) and Black Java hens. Since the origin of this cross years of careful breeding have drawn the threads which weave the trails of an- ccstrial stock to a more perfect web until in the Plymouth Rock of to-day we have a fowl almost as perfect in its' reproduction as any of its longest bred varieties. It is but a few years since ie Plymouth Rocks came prominently urine nonce 01 or...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 September 1889

i .1 "-Vi ? - W '' " ' . " n - - - M i ti wwiHn.W'wrwuinjitrwti -.5 ii n -i ii r --' i i A J-- "- - in Vriffffrtr"'! Birtii i ! iii i lH ill ii rs I C5?-' Lima Beans a coodJlmicIci only 6-i'S.ttls. per can at Roberts & Mac- kcctiney's. 6-tf. ; l Pasturage; '' v . 'rhrcc hundred steers wanted to S. K. Radforij 36 . pasture'. . r - r-r ' ! ( For Hoiil. . . ;- 3ltc two room office formerly occu pied by Dr; Pike. Apjily at the office ofEapov8ki & Bro. 36'tf t . u PriVilcgos for Siilo. Bids for Stand privileges 0.1 tlie race . course sUch as eating house lunch ice cieahi lemonade swings shoivs etc. will be received bjf die secretary lip to Sept. 30th 1889!; Make' your ilicls'nnd hand them in before that time. John HoenV Jr. Scc'y District Fair. '' ' ' ' ... Certificate. - 'This is to certify that I have given Mr. E. L. Ritch lessons in refraction and accommodation' or the science of 'Ittiiig difficult eyes with glasses. I .pronounce him efficient and will guar- antee that he will...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 September 1889

TO- TSHBILENE REPORTER. VOL. VIIIrf 'ftf ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER. 13 1889. NO. 3? JiV ;4 ' . it S s ' vi '' - 'A ... ' & L- : - V a v FT e ' eTliV P0YAl POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never vnrics. BlrciiRth and wholcnomciics. A miirvcl of purity than tlio ordinary kinds and cuniiot be sold In' More economical competition with the multitude of low tests short weight nlrnn or phosphate powders.' Hold- only In cans'. UotAiDAKiNo'PoWDEn.Co!. 100 Wall Street New York. A MATTER OF IMPORTANCE: If anything should happen to 'yon hofr would yinr iden'ity he established 1 ' .....Step into Carter's Palace Drug Store (East Side of Pine Street) and ask for an IDENTIFICATION CARD. FURNISHED GRATIS. No. person should be without one liiG Hit. Bring in your exhibits' for tlie fair. Everybody has begun tto stir them hrfffb selves for the fair. - - - V2i ' . .. . met a't Fort Wort Tuesday. A jury has not yet been empanelled . in the Cronin case at'Chicago. . '-..v ' A great man...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 September 1889

Rsrw'iw .- - -r. .-r wmEs&mmmiMMii i 1 2 ii E It k ! :?. I.1 K. ys m IDCC-A-Ix CHURCH DIRECTORY Tint nikpllt-8nm1AV iehool OitoimnM every Wcilncrilnr nlht. 0. W. Smith pattyt Mcthodbti Sdnth-Stinnny school 0S3O n. m.l m!cw it il . in. nml 8 l.m! pwyer mctllnB every Wodnewiiiv evening t Bf. m. C. s. Mc- Carver jwiWr. Church or tho HpAvtitly Hct-Scrric on 8jin- lay Bt II n. nu nml B!30 p. m. excepting on tho iiotwnd Sumtnyt Wcdnculny evening t 8:30 Sunday School nt Osso it. ui. tint Trcsbylcrlnit Sunday school every tjtm- lay IB:R. m.nertlccnnrftiiil ccona6iiu- days In ciicli mouth nUln. in. ?'' JVJJV prayer meeting every Wednesday night at 8:30 w m. J.A. Crolglitoii pastor. Christian Church-anndhy school every- 81111- day at 9:) n. in. servicer every thlnl nml fourth Sundays in ench month at 11 a. mnmlR p m.t prayer meeting Wednesday nlitlit ni a l-. communion services lust utter Sunday school on first and second SltmlayH. and Just after preach' ing On thlrd.dud fourth Sundays. J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 September 1889

S rn.- a.'.'- r ' tf 1 fi'f . I fur w k: it- IUI . - &v L . l 1 V '-r r:: A L- IftaS 'k 3T LIME sjrqfcio ftmem.. w -- - Uk . i ''((65 Horso Notes'. Ed Annan's sulky weighs only 38 founds. ( Hal Pointer was quite. lanit after1 his RocheatcriracCi" Uclmpnt (rack needs more working. The- soil is loose in withy places. Lon Myers has changed- the name of his. filly .Gaira MfaVto Lady Agnes. The Baldvin string1 will' be shipped to Shccpshcad Bay from-Saratoga. The bay gelding J. ft. Richardson a-17 t-4 is how in the stables of Ed Gccrs. The purses at the interstate fair races at Elmira N. Y. will aggregate $15000. Morris park is a brilliant success and it will inaugurate a great b.oom in rac- ing.. That The Bard ha broken down permanently seems. tb be without doubt. - '' There will be a mixed running and. trotting meeting at Dallas Texas on - . -. '.' !- .r ' October 15 to 27. Pearl' Jennings is. winning races in her old time regularity at the West Side park Chicago. Cutting Down tlio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 September 1889

PEMFflMliiSfWSBa 1 IT The 4Abilene Reporter. Published .at $ ' ABILENE - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY SEP is 1889. jomY fomy jr. Editdr. GEO. WROACHy Associate Editor. Bnbicrlptton Batei. One year. $l5 Six months..... v.n. ...... 75 Three monlhi.. ............. .... 40 ivT Office In Bonier Building on Second Street. Entered nt the- Abilene Tcxns Poitofllco n ttacoml ciM Mull Mutter. Waco is having cement sidewalks put down. Whitcsboro is trying to get a can- ning factory. An Austin lady has written' a sequel to "Uncle Tom's Cabin." Abilene is full of strangers in these "piping times of peace" and plenty. The Fort Worth Gazette sticks to that good text: "Hog and hominy." Huff and Patterson of Georgia are having a hard time trying to fight a duel. The senate irrigation committee have been in session at El Paso this week. Eleven men were drowned in a flooded mine near Golden Colorado a few days ago. Ex-Senator Riddleberger of Vir- ginia has taken the stump in favor of the democratic ticket. Miss ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 September 1889

II "" ' it. ir J s 0 I cm fm im- 1 m Palace Drdg Store! East Side of Mr' Bitch's removal gives more room for our C largely increased stock and business Have now the largest TOOlt and greatest variety of any Drug $tbre in the Great Abilene Country. rOTH?flT X T DDK TUBE 0 JJIijiUlrili llinlullljIMt" Dispensing- Qnp price for all Rich and Poor Han Woman or. Child. ' '' ' ' ! - The Patronage of all Solicited. IjOO.A.Ij. j i-i Texas and Pacific local Time Table. RAST-IlOUNU PASSENGER. Arrives. . . ..... .' . ... 1 1:00 A. M Departs i uaj A M WEST-DOUNO PASSENCiER. Arrive ' ' . 1!U P. M - ' ' t.. ........ ---- . ueparis jia Dr. Lemond went to Baird Saturday- The band will give another concert soon. Curtis Hancock came home last Friday. . v Judge W- H. Savage left Wednesday .for Granbury. m ' L The new instruments will be here in time for the fair. Artists' goods of all kinds. Carter's Kv Palace drug store. 37-tf i - iC. W. McFall Weatherford was in the city Wednesday. Shelby & Hall h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 September 1889

Mkfalll.'llliufr mmmmmmfmmmmtiimimmm Ik fe r m- .KGRIC.ULTVRE.i w 'Maul VAt-Mll.1 f ' J6 1 i WUU ARlWMIftll ' Heavy crops of forage have been made this year wherevet a proper ef- fdrt lias iieiin mit forth almost every tyhcrein thesstate J andtwejtcar from Various sollrcesilhat "Ve 'liavemarc than we know what to do'With !" AH' ' -itt- - f.. : .r ' . We can say 19 lake care of every pound just as religiously as thoughyoii tliought you would be a little short. The time will come sooner or later whan you will need it all Yoil riiay not raise a-goqderop next year ami if; (what you have: now is carefully stacked' 'it' will be just as good (lie second year as the first and even the third year it . will make better feed than a snowbank ' or a brush pile. .. Uut the probability is that most of those who arc crying too much feed are those who have not been in the habit of having any and have very little idea how much can be profitably fed to n given number of animals. If colts and calves ar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 September 1889

'"' '".'. ei' .!' '.'." . a. r xl r Kf A' I ;: ?' '& r &1 :. POULTRY :ss;sf Trt r."A.)r';.te t would d'lvise tlint hll!birtls. exrenf few knowri tb?be tr6rjd lit raf'sinr jWchickcnsr. be used on the 'tabid brsoid. jr-)efore the moulting season. Ex' pcncncc nas auuiaanuy pravcu tnai the most profitable way to keep hens' for egg production is to kill off all oltj birth and to replenish the yards with pullets each .season. If your birds have had good tare the old ones will be in condition to kill : if not lit condition. proceed at once to fatten by 'generous dieting vith corn meal fop nbfiuj ten days Urahmhs are as a rule in good' condition nt this season. And just! here I would again eniphasW jhe im portance ot cleanliness uoin as re- rcgards the hen-hotisc and the fowls. See that both are free from lice. Use whitewash freely give the floor roosts ' and nests a thorough cleaning At- tention now will srtve mtich trouble afterwopds. Prevention is better than cure you win mm by e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 September 1889

rSBEHa 1)1 !!' i. El - . JeWol TcaV ? ' ' The finest undolored Japan Id" be bad. Mild sweet .find of fine; -flavor S '75 ntlt 0 iel lb. .Imported and sold unlyby Roberts & Mac 37-lf A Correction. EoitOK Ruj'OitTEk : Tlic-statcment in the "Ny?" that I applied;for the: El Paso school is .a wide mistake. I had no thought of it - . V. IL Savage. To Competitors for tho Charier Oak Stove. V ' On account of inquiry concerning the "Charter Oak" stove offered in. class "A" ladies' department of the premium list; the committee desire to mattet the" following statement: Any letter can beusedin the same word as many times only as it occurs in die words '.'Charter Oak." Fair Committee!. Removal Notice. E. L. Ritch the b'g watch jeweler lias moved his stock of watches clocks and jewelry TrbmfP. H. Carter's' drug store to the store formerly occupied by Mrs M. K. Savicrs nextto Roberts &Mackechney. He will lie glad to welcbme his friends to.his nev"pjaf ters andal who want' bargains in jewe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 September 1889

. J ... . p H t ''"" ' ' ' "teak ; ' TMi Abilene rvrLr yjtv 1 liiY. VOL. VIII. ABUjENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 30 1880. TWELVE PAGES. NO. 38 r S I PW POWDER Absolutely Pure. Tills powder noi or varies. A marvel of purity. slreiiKth nnd wholcnomencfm. . More oconomlcnl than tho ordinary kinds mitt cnimot bo cold In competition with tho multitude) of low tests short weight eltim or phosphate powders. ..Bold only In cans ' ItnvAtr Hakino Powdeh Co . 10a Wall Street New York. A MATTER OF IMPORTANCE. If anything should happen to yon how would yonr identity ho established 1 Step into Carter's Palace Drug Slore -(East Side of Pine Street) and ask for an IDENTIFICATION CARD. FURNISHED GRATIS or sent by mail for'one dent to pay postage No person should be without one Bio Hit. Wisconsin has been visited by a se vere frost. A The Dublin Progress issued a daily during the Dublin fair. The notorious Bob Younger died in r'the Stillwater penitentiary last Monday. r " .. . Thf rrrnf T.nnrlnn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 September 1889

TlIiPElil ggMilfgiWiiilJ I i r i i if XjOC1A.Xj- -.; chukot miukoxAy. " ' 1 l i Flrrt nnptiittSund whool 0:80 hi m ret; rices nt.ll iw-nt. nml 8w p. m.t prnrcr tact-ting over? W Mlneljr night. (. W. Smith jwiMor. ' Methodic BoMllSimnnjr reboot 0:80 n. m.! Mnrlcc itjj. m. ntiil 8 p. m. ; prayer meeting ororr Wertrtwdajr tYtnlng t 8 p. m C 8 Jlc- Cnncr pnlor Church of thoHcrtrcniyflest 8onrlcc on Sun- ljr At 11 a. M. nntt 8:80 p. m. excepting on tho Bocond Hunilnyt Wednesday ovcnlngi At 8JS0 But)lny tchool nt BlSO n. in. Flrct rrcubytcrlnn-Sundny (chooJ every gun- Jy AtO:ttn. m.iomceiinriitnlia iccondBun- dy In ench month nt lift m. mid 8:80t. m.t prynr meeting every Wednesday night nt 8:80 p. m. J At Crclgtitoii pator. Chrlntliwi Church-Sunday school .every fltirt- tiny nt fl:80 n. m.i services every third nml fourth Sunday In ench month nt II a mntuin p. m.; prayer mectlnR Wcdnowlay night nt 8 p. m. communion services lust After Sunday school i on first und second Himdsys nml Just A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 September 1889

H ' '" meWi rf .v- yn ' ? & ! W Somo of die liandsomc premium offered in the agricultural department of the fait' Abilene Oct. lit and and 3d. A Peter Shutter wagon worth fyboif A fiuctcey mqWcr 'worth 65 ;A iaShj premium of Wj M Stanllardfcuftil tor1 wbrtli $45 Acme Harrow wofth $35 ; A cash premium of $25 ; And a large number pf premiums ranging from $5 to $10. L . Geov.r. Phillips. J. G LowdOn and Vill Flournpyw of Abilene willlook. after the comfort ofi the visitors. Ifi you do not know where to goi to stay.j astticmicr 01; wese genuemen yiey will give you all the desired information. the ladies exhibit will be one of.th.e leading features of the fair. 7ffV" JXU Con-stan-to-nb- polo-o-ton - sha-dudul-zax-flfon-mahft'gazolftbazitza. One of the grandest features of the street procession will be the great and brily trained wild bull thai has a voice likcfa tiqhand when he roars he can be heard for milcg itround.' The earth fairly shakes When his voice is heard S.. LVRitlpli rna...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 September 1889

mmmmmmmm " --"- -j"i I 1 sM2nzi&mm The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT A' ' ABILENE - - - TEXA8. FRIDAY SEP. 20 1889 . JOIttf HOENYy JR. Editor. GEO. mJtOACIf AssocidUEdilor. Subscription Ktei. One year.. .. ........ . ..j.....3i50 Six months t 1 t 75 Three months .. 1 . . ..... 4 Office fn Border liuilding on Second Street. Entered at tho Abilene Tezax Poitofflce m Second-ClMs Unit Matter. Longview is to have a fine courthouse. A man in Indiana has a crazy horse. Terrell has organized a poultry asso- ciation. Houston is being over run with thieves. Malictoa has been rcstoredto power in Samoa. Nearly everybody in the west will be at the fair. San Antonio will soon be heated with natural gas. The Taylor Citizen has changed its name to Taylor Times. Abe Mulkey is having a successful meeting at Honey Grove. Cigar makers' convention met in New York September 1 6th. The St. Louis Republic talks of starting a morning paper in Dallas. A pugilist .dropped dead while fighting in the ring ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 September 1889

w -" V t ' '" 'i v - "; vwjrv' r rf W m V t S . .a; ii. 5 ffl XI W w m f 4i. iJil AT . m It '&$ Jfm : : xn .' jWlH fj:- flf . iftr' & r v P. H. CARTER f Palace Drug Store! East Side of Mr. Bitch's removal gives more room for our largely increased stock and business. Have now the largest STOCK and greatest variety of any Drug Store in the Great Abilene Country. Jr. ' QDMUAT flBXWTTOflfi' kJl jjvUZIJu llixllUULiUi Dispensing One price for all Rich and Poor Man Woman or Child. The Patronage of all Solicited. XOC.AX Toxai and Pacific local Time Table i. EAST-HOUND PASSENGER. Arrives. . j '. . I i:oa a. M. Departs! 11:25 a. m. WEST-HOUND PASSENGER. f Arrives . 3:34P.M. '' Depart t . 3'55 " "'ffi Villeneuve sports a new phaeton. f Fruit fruit fruit fruit all kinds at 38. J. M. Radford's. Our merchants are all busy unpack- ing new goods. 500 bedsteads for sale cheap at W. Flint & Co's. 38-tf t S. Lapowski and family have re turned from the east. District attorney Shropshire is ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 September 1889

. V -- -r I ;f M s pV If! ri The owners bf good ;stall owiieri Of good 'VaN'onV ana brood mares should make it a point should make it a .m. tb show their stock at the fahj because .there is Ho better opportunity of show- ing the good points of an animal than is afforded by' the "comparison' of the saimTwith others at a fair. All the breeders who have made greatsuccess in their line exhibit their stock every time an opportunity is given. thpW The Dillon Bros of Normal Il'l. j; M. W. Dunham of Wayne III. the largest importers of heavy draft horses in America.ncver failed to show their stock even when they only had one stallion and a few mares and colts. The suc- cess of these and many Others who arc rasinig horses is well known every- where and Messrs. Dillon or Durham would tell any new beginner in horse rais- ing that he might as. well try to succeed with a ten foot wall around his farm with himself and stock shut up in the enclosure as 16 endeaver to gain a place with the breeders ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 September 1889

v ' - -ff. V " J Ml-" w .& ' - I ''V ' l J(! fc Ife H. - $S i KT '. 36 u &Slr .-' Js Iw. Improved Cattle. "lhJ cattle interests of this scqttoiv have been so rrtatenally improved dur- ing the past Tew ye'ars Ihafjtiic stock of nd section of West Texas can com pare with thOs'e of the Abilene country. The breeders who arc improving the cattle here wilt be well represented at the fair. They will have fine repre- sentatives of every breed of cattle including the Shorthorn) Hereford Holslcfn Jersey Poll Angus Devon etc and admirers of cattle arc prom- ised a genuine treat In this department. Every farmer- and stockman who is engaged in raising improved stock should be able to show something in this department. A good exhibit of live stock and a lively competition for the premiums offered will show to those who visit us from the old states C -that the improvement of cattle in this S&Sfe country is keeping up with every other industry we have. Ample accommo- dations on the fair...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 September 1889

!imiMrt(!! - -- r - -W !HlRTs?!7-Tw t si Lost bbtween CAmerdn & "Phillips mid Gocdcltd & Sliultz fotir ten doljar bills (rolled together When Jpst.) A reward often dollars will be psicl for the return of the same at tills oflico. 38. Rev. P. M Riley of Whiiesboro will .begin a protrActcd meeting at the Cumberland Presbyterian church next' Monday night. The meeting will con- tinue during the week. Everybody invited to attend. The lunch stands eating houses and ice cream and lemonade at Ihc .fair grounds will be Under the immediate direction of the ladies committee who. have'that in charge and the hungry yiii dc wen icu at me grounus. - There will be 110 privileges for lemonade ice cream lunch or eating house stands at the fair grounds sold. The ladies have that in charge and will see that an ample supply of re- freshments is on the grounds at all times. J. W. Red & Co's new advertise- ment will .be found in the Reporter. this-week. This firm has an exception- ally -well s...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 September 1889

fr' Tf .. "TK Reporter. The ABILENE I- ' v i v fl $ "1 "r .7 i? ? :i m r V i .i rSE w lrm- fr- vol. vni. i L .i . . f. -a-. jzair. ...Mry THlitD INTERSTICE Deep-Harbor Convention to bo Held at Topeka Kan. dot. lfl88Df v. v Facts and Statistics Showing ;tho Ad- i '" vantagoB of a Doop Harbor on tlio Gulf Coast of Toxna. a In the interests of the Texas deep er" naruor movement me toiiowing statis- hiS n tical facts are appended with careful comparisons and deductions We shall not tire 'our readers with a long lif of figures but confine ourselves to totals in groups dividing the United Stales by the Mississippi river into east and west assuring the reader that the facts and figures herein are exact being taken from acknowledged and reliable ' authorities. The total area of all the states and territories west of the Mississippi river exclusive of Alaska territoryambunisi to 1840595 square miles. Alaska contains S77.700 snuare miles but being detached and not calculated-Jn our estimates ...

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