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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 June 1890

"VM f" U ' - w JvErOK 1 KK. VOL. 1 J. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING J-tfNE 27 1800. NO. 88 -nspr Abilene jl rUR Ui u- I! 4&M ttXo't4n tfjt' " w .Wf l T ISBBBBB Mt Highest of all in leavening Power. ABSOLUTE! PURE OUR HEW YORK LETTER. Texas Topics and Oossip of Gotham Notablo Events. KabtehS Orrica Adilknk Tlcron-rxn. in. I .ACE 17. J 120 Wjivienir P.ak. w mew xoitK. Juno TURNING TOWARD TEXAS. hat the tide -of immigration which has flowed in such large" volume into the northwestern territory during the past few years is soon to be diverted to the equally productive and Vastly more genial sOuthwest there can be but little question On every hand I hear inquiries regarding the great Em- pire state from all classes of citizens. There seems a soit of magic- in the word "Texas" which never fails to at- tract the attention of homeseekers in this section of the country. To a few Texas is the land of the cowboy and the paradise of the longhorn "only this and nothing more" but this once pre...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 June 1890

!RJMMWMllt!e'T - v -; MM .1 vff(amrriiBirtriM r f BTfriiir f ttiTi irsiWirBf.n r. m;IVInww ftjatg rcipi IV II V .). ). -.-"-"-'fc'i""'--- '""3t13 immmuiit mmmmmmmmmmmmrmimmir 1 1 v m m 3 j) n 1; 0 - I.' - ' 'J' I - 1 1 1 iii 1n T"- '-. - -" - ' - ' - ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' '' " ' ' ii r 1 8. A Ft . Ik K M .ma 7J Cb U 'X-JSJv.iA 1. 1 1. OKBRCK SIRKCT0XT. ' JWrrtfcntittrt-Bitrt'tn? ichoo1 0:itt m mj wh t it n in. nnd swd i. m.t jinijef meeting y(r Wcdliesdny night. itahodlrtt eontli-J-Sunrtnychbol 0:80 ftt wi. tttvtotn nt 11 it in. nml 8 p. m.: rmrcr mcotliiR my Wcdueelajr cvenliiB nt 8 p. m 'llAMrroKf I'Mtdt Ciirch or thoHcitvciity HcstScrvlcf on flun- Afitt Ilium. mitl8!.Wvm. excepting on tho iwcomt Smiilnyt Wedncsilny evenings .at 8iM Sunday school at 0:3a n. m. ChriBtlnn Church BlindnysohooliitO:). m.t Mtrlca etcry Sumlny. at 11 iu ra. nml 8 r m.s 'fmfot meeting WcilncMlay night nt 8 n. m.$ eoauMlilon crrlci Jtistttflcr Sunday fchool on Jim Will second Btiliciny. una Just after preac...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 June 1890

' ' ISli ty''H.-;"-1?.:'' ; : KWTyw'':ev !i!'"T'35vT; 'ft 0 i 0 -i. rflKirTLiWimtF"niW'M-'- ?fffli9ir' The tflrst Lecsmstita. f nA writer in me juoston-. lraiiBcnpi asserts that "what was undoubtedly the firstJocomottve engine (if siicliitcolild ibe tjJkd) used on a railroad in' t us toMttBrV rkl of1 Atwerican manufacture. w chinc introililced bv the la cr r At irst "rt was doubted whether . en- Igine.'cduld be used successful on rjbuiriyAua aim uiim vuuin.i isviiwr- ling it could be visited' Baltimore to test his faith. It is stated that he camc with an odd lookipg contrivance ch he called a stqam ertginc.vbut cha'boy 6jf'.tlie.presenit generation iW-fdlc!(Jhsd3ry?prdiythe:Wa;trJte pot JjjVgc- as that of a range fh ($? kitchen "of a modern home. It was Pabout the same diameterbut riot half R as. high and had a smokestack which I1 looked like an aggravated oil cam I: "this' was the first locomotive for rail i road purposes ever built in America E and drew on the Baltimore & Ohio...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 June 1890

mmmmmm"imimnim mirjVni urn l -Vnri'i '" ''"''' -A.fc Af-Vl-M-" ji- "..-i.zgaLiigiLiMj MnMMMOTWmPm "' "" J 1ST1 to -r" "f . ..-:. ;. ' j M i-1 n 1 t A F" u ac t M I U I iv Ojo. iJ. 6X9X0X JDIRXOTSKT. ... ' . ; ;nt. First ItAptliit-i-fettrulny reboot 0:30 n. rri; er- Him at II a. in. niM RiSO . n. prpyor meeting Weilncstlny. night. JWhoilIt Boulh Smiiirtr ieltool 9:80 ft. m.i (rtlcM nt 11 n. m. Awl Hp. m.s prayer meeting Wcuncwwy evening nf 8 p. ra. lUnrtoH . ' . Tastor. Chttrch of the ltortvcnly Met--Scrvlcc on 8un UVBtlln. m. mid H:;w p m excepting ott the econl i ma 8SS0? Sunday oclidol nt 0:80 a. nt no. Biimmj; ttcunesuny cycnniRs ui Christian CJiuroh--$(m(laysclioolit0:snn M Mrvica otery SUinlny at 11 rtijn. nful 8 p ut pttfot meeting wcuiiesuay nigni m i. ra.j eoaumihldii nervlce lttt rtftcr Suixjajr fchool on Bwt nilccondSnniInyftiin(11itt after prench' lng on third and fourth Sundays. fl.A.Pm.. ftutor. Oambcrlnnd Prenbytcrlnn Church Service erety Sumlny mottling nnd evening: S...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 June 1890

It- If I IM The Jfirst Xoeswotive. wA writer in the Boston- Transcript iassertd that "what was Undoubtedly the nrsfclocprriotivc engine ( such it could be caltcth used on a railroad in this fcotai ftKof American' maViuracture wan -jcnine inirquuccu.Dy m iaer reHljeter. Cor Of .Netf Yofk. At'inftt' was doubted whether amen- (II1C CUU1U UU USCU SUCCCSSIUy Ull :urvdL r&tcis and Mr. Goober bclicv- hg it oduld be visited" Baltimore to 'est his faith. It is stated that he tame with an odd looking contrivance men ne caneai a strain engine) duc hifcrv AboyoC.nreseqt generaiipfl ould .ha' dlv c'dnsKWr worthvtlie.tiarrte t a riiec lanjcal toy TJi -boilerl yrifa. otai; targe jw. that of a'rah'gc in jjfje' itcticn "of a modern home. It was about the same diameterbut not half as high arid had a smokestack winch looked like an aggravated oil can. 'This was (he first locomotive for rail road purposes ever built in America ;and drew; oh the Baltimore & Ohio the " first passenger car (Aunust...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 June 1890

". tf . ViK . IMF mA " k.i "?2 S1' T' kfc I T- rr -t "I Hi m The Abilene Reporter 'wtifct. ' .. i.ili. i i i. ... i i .. PUBLISH ED AT AB&B2CE - - - TEXAS. H ! ! lJ nii li " miDAYJUNE 37-J896. ' i 'Offf OZtfV; ?. Editor Office In llorctcf Holding on Second. Street. Batorctl m llio Abtielie. Texn Poiiouice n BccwidUIA Mall Mutter. Snbicriptioa Ratei Otic vCAft bikini ...... ....". . 3' .50 H Six tnonih. ...... r. . .......... 75 ii Three months ... .... ...... .... 40 ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR ASSKSSOBi For ouenor Andrew R.' Moone. For assessor J. W. Christopher. For assessor; II. Hi Johnson.' FOit DISTRICT AND COUNTY CLERK. For district nnd county clerk D.' J. Red for re-election. OR SHERIFF AND COLLECTOR. For sheriff and collector' J. V Cunningham fo-rc-eiectlon. . ' FOR VOUNTV JUDGE. ' ' ' For county judge D. C. Hill.' ' ' For county judgeTe-election H. A. rorfer FOR CONSTABLE. For constable pfednet:.No'.i:'J H. - FOR ANIMAtANDillDE INSPECTOR. For animal and hide inspector T.L.Odom. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 June 1890

SSpSj5?w5 jp"tf fl$5TO .i1 v' Jf? "Vf!? ti'W?' II 3 f'J w... Wfr- . ta . K. CARTER. CARTER & North First Street I Land and Loan Agents fjBiiiEisrDS u -' REFEIR BV --PERMISSION to all "tiieiBanks of 'Abilene.' SPECIAL ATTENTION ELANDS which We will take b f mr .mrnP.tArric (gKlrr. ijjk.o or ruxs.riiLOOJixvo. IMPROVED IiAND8. a kmwZj R "t. mile northeast of'Abl- Wlene. two houses and outhouses; fenced a W. MUW. W. w w . - -- -- J$i? division fences oo ftcres in cultivation 360 $! acres fine (arming tana uaiance irac pas- !f Cure ' an inexhaustible supply of fine vell and .spring water. J. very cnoice location jor 3? .. - ..I..). . r"jii!.'..n"'.uvjv "" i'nee 91Z.5U per ukicj .Ufntlfefeatfa. n L.H JL1." .1 " . AfBFS. tn mtlps northeast of Abilene.- !'?- cMir.r.1 nnrl rVinrrh.' fenced dlviS- Inn &? uVntv of water fine crass l?o acres V In'cultivntion two houses. -..... ArnSc Atnllo ..mi of AViilMie. feno- Jted division fence good soil grass and plenty hoi water yu -uu. m uuuibuu...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 June 1890

iS. t"fl$ lit.'J"'. WCOW VT"1V " - -iWi j-rA WfcKUft- ". "V - . i v HtimMtjiw)i""iii jii- WHto' yiiiiiiW ijmwi i hhhiw v ! ' :.' i ' J u i .li i'v lf ill ' ' ' " " " ""!'" v.Lin. m il r Tl J aLaaaa 'tfCRiCULTURE. -c IW FatHling;. Yoil htivd raised the feed now snvc t. It may be worth motley next year to feed if nut to sell. If the rtlst is likely to interfere with the maturity of your oats put-it In the mower and make hay of it. If the seasons continue to improve in Texas we shall haver to have to re- vise our list of feed plants that will thrive'herc. What a grand thing it would be could wp add red clover to the list. The value of pea vine hay as feed fot stock and especially for cattle has long been established. The last few years has also established the fact that they do well in Western 'i'erfas. There secrrts to be quite a difference of opinion among horsemen says the Pennsylvania Farmer as to the value of corn fodder as food for horses: A leading farm paper recently cautioned ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 June 1890

" if ? "t - y. -P mj-1 POULTRY. rinrra1 nnd r-nfalnr! cWniriff. nn. I thoroUgiiftf inkling with ciihtjr di- i suipnunc nciu or Keruscuu vmui knd an critinllv thorough white ihing wiil dissipate any irruptib'tl bf dceh mltcs Vvithin the sfcopii of this lltefc-'s experience. If the mites have e.n allowed to multiply until tuey are usually numerous and wide spread nnv he nccessarv to be unusually prbugli in the application of these tans out pcrscrverancQ win succceu every case. On.ce nd ot them Hie ic means win prevent weir reap' irance unless mteciea oy iowis hi other Var'ds; In this latter case krarttinels the only safeguards Tex :Farm and Ranch. Charcoal. A farmer Who has raised turkeys lid who takes pleasure in making ex- eriments writes that charcoal turkey- and diamonds are ahke-in some re- sects. It is a fact that more lat may gotten oiitof the charcoal than one ir0uld suspect without knowledge of smistry.- .Here is an account of one experiment .from the Poultry Worjd: f HKbur t...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 June 1890

j:4ytpttjtiiwi w ijguana'p'Eff'TiTy jujwu.winni liii iiiifii 1 1.1 1 nil ii ii i inn i hi nm i im uwmmmmmmmlmmimMmMMM 2iZI ) .;" '"-- ' ' 'l iiiiiiiMniiiiiiiiiiimnif(i' l''lllll'wM'wl'lll"'ww Bo j ' - f U U li If 1 j a fi 1 ('.'' . '; - v -. ' ' . .' -''Sto- 1 1 CARRIAGES PHAETONS HACKS! I i ROAD CARTS BUCK BOARDS C I .i .. 1-- j V T' f1 .T 'WTft nrrv We are in the business to stay. Wft handle all grades "CTT -ip 3 YYIiy StOIlU. WOjr XX JAIAA 5VUUO at the same prices? Call and examine our goods and v v"..--.j '; .'..''.';.; ' " ''.'" '"'-".' :': ' ' V'-Yr-r .BlXjE3!bTIE3'3 TEXAS. - 1 : : . '' ' . . . - ' ' ' . ' :. ' ".. . 4 . ! : - 1 :'"!" ' f i : : : t; : p Horse Notes. Wcrk is progressing on the new track and before long the speed horses of -Abilene will be in training for the fall rapes Maj. J. A. Buck of McKinney will ship his string of horses in charge of J. R. Welch to Abilene about: July istT Four of them are entered in the T.exas Breeders? Stakesand are expected to glve-d.....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 July 1890

I. . ... v . . . . .- . m' ..." "r" '""..'''.' '.":"".'"'".'...' J."l.".'J.' " """ '" ''" '"" fc ' " '" ' " "'"" ' ' ' ' " 'j' '" '" ' in ' ... ... .... ii fTHR ABILlNETlEroRTERr ''"' 'Vl.'. '..' - ;! '''' " ' '' V: '. i. " l... 1.. : '.: . . " --! - .&'.'. . . ' ' ! : ...'. .-. '. r i .... f ' )L. IX. '&3& .. j ' .f&?M$Xi ABIDBNE TEXAS FRIDAYS MORNING JtHjl? 4 1800. I? NO. 87 .'Via- - Iv m '4 r Highest of all in Leavening J?6wcr. 11 ABSOtSJlBOr PURE OUR SEW YORK LETTER. The Excessive Heat Tammany Hall ( and Municipal Matters Xemm- ler'a base Tke Metropolitan Frew -A Great itece. "" biBARtU( OrricE AnintNg Rh-ortkb lag Wjiiii.t Pi.mic New York. Juno as. New York is sweltering With . a de- '"'mt' nf tnt upMnrii vnriirp(1 in s. Texas today It is the kind of heat. $! which shauld'haVe converted Bob In- gersoll from his pet theory long ago unless the arch atheist thinks we suf- fer enough -jn this life But jt is hot dreadfully so and while the masses suffer greatly th&am...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 July 1890

Tffft. w"tf.-' Kmr- -TaaM anmj!ngOT.iifiir i itf ffi-v; - jO'-' -"V" ' - v ti ?p iiilflillfMiiWi rffi ' i '' .' ' l t --.ssjrrx.nrr'T-" ':-&.; -. Trr -:- --r.-":- j--- . -w HIP s ai -w Hot i ' . J? i1 . ?.; .." it ;';. Jh '; l I! t I 1 ' H ;;f ? it lift '.0 a iw x- ii' si fl fC s i;p I r ' 1 1'"-' !-' "irtni i ft.r ill..tiil.. i itiw f!n' .. .fn.......... 1 .11 K-JyjmJri 1 1 1 .. i CHtnMK DIXKCTSKT. ttfirt Hf)Usl$i(mUjr tcttdol 9:30 n. tn ff WedncMiqr night. tteihodlsi Sotitli Hurtrtay school 0:.10 ft. In. j mlCcsntll inn. ntul Hp. mi J prnjcr meeting Tnr W'odneiwlny evening nt 8 p. m. Pastor. Chiirch of tho Heavenly llMt Services on Suit r t II a. ra. mid 8J.T0 p. m. excopiliw on Hie Mcond HiindAjr; Wedncwlny evening at. 8:30; Monday trcliool at 0:80 a. w Oirlntlnn Church Sunday nchootntOiSOa m.' mica every Sunday at 11 a. m.nnd 8 p. iri.; prayer mcctlnR Wedncwlay night at 8.p. ra; communion services Jnt after Sunday ocnool on first and second timidnys. nriil Just ftflcr preach...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 July 1890

V-' - l.'.W (0; .v-vT ' ii " ' a - ' ti It JL m tmvi&Ffr'mirfj V4 -J7 -w tth 'w1"p.'.' T?rap-tT wil' "-.'. t S .iwfj h v LfMElstdCKv Th Viinafcflhient erlni Stable. tf Xurh lias tuvn wfiitr' tin this sub ect and. much more will have to be ifrittfcn before it can be passed as not iMwdirttfi further consideration. To utoderttaad why and wherefore A thing ' .tftottW' be dtfne or 14ft unddrte; will re- ' auh With' kind and well meaning peo- I ptei in more rational treatment of thc it horse in the stable than is the general tortile. m Purp air U im essential to tllC blood as sound fdbd is tb the sustenance of the body. Consumed atr is vitiated Air" trie Voluml'df oxygen is reduced carbonic acid is ah excess. The sta- ble is full of organic impurities given off by the skiifihd lungs; Ventilation i? fbimd in all wcl ; regulated . stables and draugjkjs are; unknown oroughttp be. ilut fhese are. matters of individ- ual consideration arid are best settled by the builder' Horses drink once...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 July 1890

RWJIEMWWiH Wl a.-' 1 . iW n-'f . . ''if ' ' n; fffM Ri jfethoair'"-' .Cumbe Khoot at if f QVeillMft Abtlenh; Mated cq K. Abllcil! ;. stated . la each; '- 'eaartrih . D.J. J 5 . 4 1.6 K. of R yV Tiled td?v' u. Ai Judji : UlCC AU Cle; Vs - ft 1 TtciL:ni JnflfcKfe: uor-2. Reli rnariuj ' ' Juni W . JyrikifK 3? J! ." Atffj: ' ii ' - ISrV'' r ?. ... && Oi f" l' 4 J isi' iifhe. Abilene Reporter l?ULl8HE&!AT ' tliEHB - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY JULY 4. 1890. .m XnWmtylpW HO&NV JR Editor. " iJ. rriccniiH i - . .... .. 1. .. h' '. i.. . y Wc; Vmce m iiorucr jjuiuung on scconu aircci. fcrteiisd nt the Abilene. Toxwi Postofrico nr t HoctmilCliws Mull Mftttor.. Church C . . . jrM'll. . 1 1 s . Xy . BnbicrlpUon Xatti. ChiUil4V S86 ycft.J ' "" ...?.5J ervlcit eT( ' J wrm" .. . .. ..... .. 75 ycr in) Tkrec month. . . . . . ' ' 40 wnmnnilM trrt ntul ir- . .''' '.'.' BgontM" 'C' anny uicmcn i o' !l iif FOR ASSRSSORi ' For asiessor Andrew R. Moon):. ffi For owessor J. W. Christopher. ; ;;.j xo...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 July 1890

If i- 1 ! .f.p lA iiBriiiawiwil-iiii-ii-fawiT-JjiMi.'''i'iitM.it..i. KB. X OA&TXK BROS. ffi. ' r CARTER & CARTER I! JJJ jMrmtTBUS AND JtRTAt.KUS OP Drdss Goods Velvet Laces; Dress Trimmings. Millinery White f ' . Kk;.. "Qtibds Etc. Land and Loan Agents North First Street Opposite Depot .- . RRTAli; PEAI.ER3 litf Clothing Shoes and Carptits. '".IP fypni.' SANGEIi fM BJBBmB'ba I REFER BY PERMISSION toall the Batiks of Abilene. I SPECIAL ATTENTION P'TY PROPERY which vye PROSPECTORS or PURCHASERS; . IMPROVED r-f $400. coxi40 feet house of twturtjoms 7 &.roo locks south of high school. - $650. 50x140 feetnouse GOOD WElX tiSf shrubbery etc 6blocks north of depot" $700. COXI40 feet southeast corner house of two rooms out-houscs fenced etc. GOOD CISTERN FULL. OF WATER 2 blocks yest of Chestnut street. r $801 50x140 feet northeast corner house " of'4 -'rooms and Wtch'eri .aid front gallery jeo j nnc sircci u uioum itjjm ucjy u oo. oxi40 feet.'BOirtheast comer house ofjfcw'.roomE ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 July 1890

ummmwigmu'viHiBLGKm pffxw;.iP i iMkjy ' "l I'V il$faw efftcemtl . Church togrnt'M HMteyM' cWlrttif myic ci hi Mtratin Srstmi.ll- mgon nj I Cumbi airarp R school SI evening "' Abllerf" BUtCH co; Mchud Eeevcs B K.1L Abllefl stated c In ech! ndfUrt; sa sir i.b. K. of I yltedtd .EBE3 Jnd Attq Med Mc; u uuv IK tff. .KRi. '.Vs A - m fc. V I ifetffei ' ' Br ' ' ' . 'IS : ;;""'""'" ' ' " ' '"' ftGftipyi-Ttff 'i '."' " ir.AJIinni Vvna-Hinilfite. ('. "' ..j.w.... ''- The following from bulletin No. 10 )'wjB;iMlcd by the Texas agricultural nnd h twclinnicat college will be of interest to -.out! proRrcsslvc stockmen and farmers: COTTON SEED HULLS AND 5ILA0E. Estimatftig the annual cotton crop of the state fbr the next decade at 1 750000 bales there would be produc- ed some 75000 tons of cotton seed If onehalf ofthe seed crop Js convert- ed into oil meal and hulls at the oil mills there will be something like 200 000 tons of hulls as the yearly output which with cotton meal and other con- - ccnt...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 July 1890

-..h.jl-jt r Fj K 0 aJ ""' ' ' " X" '" '"'i" "i "hi 11 i in SXJU&WQM1 EIDE ASTEIDE? " ' )' - ItXkey Ho Xot It i Because They Are Airata or What Other Wbirieu k Will lay. 11 it all defends tmon the women. I'm really' qtiitc tired of being told that man is wbhmns natural enemy and 'we'&hailallgo to the "demrtition bow- wows" if society is not change J. Brtlte force has had its day With the birth of labor-saving machines and revol- vers the reign of women began If the genus man- be an evolution so- ciety is an evolution ; and though the converse be true of the world it is undeniable that women today form so- ciety ih the United States If it be conventional and rotten they alone are to blam. They can make it what they please and if they adopt a left legged side-saddle instead of a right- legged side-saddle or prefer to nde man fashion or abolish saddles alto- gelher men will simply accept the ver- dict and applaud provided their 'sis ters. cousins aunts and sweethearts are Unani...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 July 1890

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Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 July 1890

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Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 11 July 1890

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