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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 November 1890

A')'1 rs 'V.ij i' T&Ainnd PtfrUo IoclTima Tabic " KAST-noutfn nAsSRNtiKR. . ..ItiOO A. Mi iU2SA.M Depart ...- tit' WEST-BOUND TASSBNORtt. Wrrivcs ... t. ...... 3134 r. M- Dqiar(s.-.....k .....i. 3'SS r. M. WltMllKl ll ll I I... Holland herring at D W Wristen's. m 1 ' ' ' Dr. Tolaf spent Tuesday 111 Colo rado City. Sheriff Cunningham has been' sick sthe past two weeks. ) ' Secure your seats early fortiic opera Thursday night. Leave orders for Thanksgiving tur- I keys at mackechney's 46-tf Editor Allen Roby Call.was a caller at this office Saturday. ' ' '( R: W. Kindel and wife attended the conference from Weatherford. oW is the time to buy some cheap iurnuurc ai mm a. unapp s 4211 lf& Tin nrparbrc jrjrp nlncpr1 ttrffVi 1 Abilene and hdr enterprisingpeople. Call on Bracken & Knight for "Old. Comfort Kentucky Sfour.Mash;". 46-tf . " The visiting ministers offered many prayers for the good people of this city. ' ' Rev. Dr. Annis; Big Springs visitdd his old friends here duri...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 November 1890

wAJtMWMM .. d. -Wt 4 firt n4.tf.afc h yAWfaM mMfcwkAtf! ! ftft iiIU-.-!. riH MnVtti iM.innW . pit in .ati.iM.iin ifr. W. li 'aatjj JBTLE FLUID Tk hfKM Of KUctrioUy as it Mo- ttfywwof for Strqot Railways. lnjpfce Inst two years electricity nab wonderful strides as ft motive r in street car line? It Is tioW vcrsallv used And ItdhiilnciriKtnulc wer in all tlie leading cities of the colnUrv. It does not stop at the mule lint is even invading the Cable hereto- fore considered one of the best motive powers The cable and western road of St. Louis one of the lca'ding lines of St. Louis is to be changed to an electric line. Two cable lines in Onlaha are being changed into elec- tric lines. One cable company in Minneapolis after having invested $100000 in the construction of a cable line abandoned it aiid adopted the electric system. The great objection to the cable system is the great ex- pense in operating the road and the continual breaking and repairing" of the cable and the great outlay ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 November 1890

wmwyTTjm EEEfl iV -v Yi " -..." ' n If" '?Y f 4' V. ' R V' ;.i . r' - " r r" H I ' P& 4v ; tt . .'. j- m Fd i YOUXISSEDMiL filils noein Wasf written in 1867 by Miss Celin. Gardener n lady under twenty years of age. James ftedpatli. tne iifetotian thought so much. of. tlic poem that lie had tiii edition printed on white satin. John 0 Whittler wrote of it and its young nuttidf tiiatshe had truly mastered the secret of the . En- gl i&h'fanguage. yti kissed met My head DroMeM lpw on your breast Willi a feeling of shelter And Infinite rest While the holy emotions My tongue dared not speak Flashed tip in-a flame From my heart to my cheek. Your arms heltl me fast j Oh I your arms were so bold; Heartbeat against heart In .their passionate fold. YoUr glances seemed drawing -My soul through my eyes- . As the sun draws the mist . From the sea to the skies.' -Your lips clung to mine Till I prayed In my bliss They might never unclasp From the rapturous kiss. You kissed me! My'hcart ' And...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 November 1890

it -a rf ! 1l lir nn ltn d... ..... .(tll.yI.W. fk f " f SPECIAL IF'OIR TIHIIES "WEEK '"W" 1 ' "-t5 I ' ' - " ft i' COMMENCING SATURDAY NOVEMBER aZjllUj TILL FRIDAY NOWMBER 28th INCLUSIVE. The season is far enough advanced toy this time to show us which line of goods have not found the attention of the trade we had expectedifor them. In order to make some move faster we have cut their prices to such a point that they are bound to go. We emphasize the fact1 thai; we1 nev- er wait until the season is over and everybody has laid in their supplies to make reductions tout do so in time to give our patrons a chance to touy NEW SEASONABLE GOODS at the very lowest price quoted anywhere. Please note: In Our Dress Goods Dep't. H At 5c a yard or 20 yd's for vl plaid worsted dress goqds a nice dress fab- ric for children sold elsewhere at io and 12 i-2c a yard. Our price this week 5c a yard. At 16 2-3 a yard or 6 yards "xQr $1 full '36 inch wide pure wool fillirig.Hen- . riettas the celebrated ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 November 1890

f A ABiLENfe Reporter. VOL IX. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 28 1800 NO. 48. 1 (-" jf' t-1 f ?f ? The f THE ABILENE COUNTRY; - i. Suggestions Offered as to a World's Fair Exhibit. 1 ROr08rD BOBTOltf EXHIBIT Oonaidorod and Comparod with tho Bonoflts of Complete County Ex- hibits at tho Toxaa Stato . fair and Dallas Exposition. Antj.HNK Tex". Nov. 24. I note the discussion in the News in relation to placing an exhibit of the products ofTexas in Boston and perhaps in dther large cities. It occurs to me that the class of people the Abilene country and other agricultural sections of Texas need the most cannot be reached by having an exhibit in Boston or in any other large city in the east. It a well-known lact t that the agri- cultural classes do hot visit the larget cities and especially is this true in the f the commercial and manufactur ing classes are auout me large nties and these people t might be influenced by a Texas exhibit in Boston to invest in the rich farming and min...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 November 1890

JKlBSfiDtOU tt tsei.w Ut l?kMjw rtottiirti oi sevntel'n jtinuhcm frntffithfc ylctdcil hi foryoifVvsf . KJpofeprt frtilltiil ttoliltil mi(n i' -jpfg4(i with Ulpe lhetr rmtlnitt liuc Aft lo jjtned for cAiili mi ai)ctl Ttt trtokdf mail (tie wn of men. Tims It deemed to mv contention O I?iMBt wis liiel In that fnii' Rien. "Where the sweet shy plutiee yow gave me Wlllr ho InttlL'iic on imWt.. Drew my hold stionjj nrmt nroiiml ymi J ' Housed yim yielillog toitiyJieaH. llMrt Mid 1 1 A tyre of tnuslcf Wiih a thmiKkml quivering tiling Like the liuftin: of n racket Into fircilliimiticd lings S.tng Viitli .ancelit to my nnlure ;' Totlic mit.dr.fniijniilmam . Sang tvllli stralfis o'errwwcrlhj; reiwon l)rilk pure lihswhenler you can." -Ah J sweet mnldcrv do J'"" wonder . That I kissed you where you tay-t ' TIiourIi our hearts the kbit made cntllvc Did We wrongAh I sweet rH shy? Yes t kissed you while yoti fettcVl In the folds of my embrace In that hlndl' screwing nrlntr Willi solf bhlshes on you...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 November 1890

j nwy v vtpaByi- r - . 1W '! ' M Ifc. f' F ' H If I7 Wp they T 'r "-Si Thd OhesttlUt is Hardy West. Mr. A. "U Whitney of Frankltn Grove 111 well known to tenders of the t'rairic itornicr for tie last forty yenrs niul of lute yqttrs fmrtoils for his cklcr virtegftr rind apples called in the office Jntely for a chM ns U his wont to do.'.' The conversation naturally turned to tlielnibject rifthfl hardiness of Chest luit trees ill tlie west. From him We cleaned the following facts and sneaks from ft wide personal knowledge of this tree He IwscheslriUt trees thirty years in bearing and in that time has not lost U crop of nuts except two sea sons. Some se.ison'Hiis trees have pro- duced two bushels ofndti per tree. Mr. Whitney has cut from fifteen to twenty posts to the tree where he had to thin thenv but -because too limclt crowded. Up has treei froin two to three feel in diameter. No tree had dver been killed by frpst in winter. The latq Mr." Montague planted chest- nut trees at Wadham'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 November 1890

d' taAtiWbw4MkAtWSkWJri4JMHiv4iiilitMM' )llene Reporter. Cj PUBLISHED AT i i-.-i..i-j tJ X "AW36MB - - - TEXAS. yjrn. . . --.-4-'- FRIDAY NOVEMBER 28 1890. JOim IfOENV JR. pfittr. Office In ltordcr Hiiiltlinj on Second Street. Ktuennl lit tbo Abllclif Texan I'OMtiltlco JJcComl Cnst Jtnll MitItor Subscription Katei One year..... ...i$.5o Six months.. M .... . 75 Three months. ....w 40 The Kl Paso fair promises to be a grand success. A FEMALE child was born in Indiana weighing oiify a pound and a half. Dn. Alk. H. H. Tolar will lake charge of the Colorado Clipper Dec. 1st. T The indications of art Indian out -n. break are increasing to an alarming ex- tent. ' Don't forget the great international meeting to be held at El Paso next month. . ' 1 A fire in Bastrop last Sunday de- stroyed property to the extent of $30000. Prdf. Koch's injection lor the cure of consumption is creating a great fur- or in Europe. .ftVWIJ .4. l ULIili; allL lu JLUNUIU with all possible dispatch to suppress any...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 November 1890

. y ; j )n1 r h LN th ft I II .. I I I II II I lilli III II I I I I II 1 "-M" " llf JLJ JLJ hJmhhJ bJLmi wmh mS BB 1 ill. JLA m Abilene For information in regard to' or the "Great Abilene Country" O-AJEiED OUST OK "WIRITIS TO umicn ft GARTER V 5 .rn raaiE- ."leading - lapd - f4feyt$" - of - Jbilepe "WUECO ZHCAV.ZE. OYEB 1000000 ACRES ! Of land for s&e in the ABILENE COUNTRY and in the PANHANDLE at from .80 CENTS TO $40.00 PER ACRE! Also a large list of City Property improved and un- improved. Full descriptive Pamphlets Maps Etc. - " V y 1 k: : Call HrF N1 ' - OUR 1 s y N T FREE On application by mail or in person. and See Us Or Write to Us HAPPY COMBINATION CHRISTMAS. IS COMING! ' And you are probably at a loss to know just what you will purchase to present to your relatives or friends CALL AT OUR HOUSE And see if we can't help you out for we have a hand- some line of CHINA GOODS GLASSWARE HANGING LAMPS STAND LAMPS s 41 '3e 0P THE fc SILVERWARE; .' ; TABLE CUTLERY ETC. ETC. ETC....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 November 1890

-r :- .A yVyf.i.i. hmwU - i. i m i Ti ifi f i LjMMHritlWl l Kf-. Wf CHICAGO LETTER. . H lfrnitho ttisritrtTiin'n iCfilM.wrfcM'Uix1'!'.) 1he election i& over tutu ihe diree hot thi World's ColuiriUirin UxbosU iJ Ant -IWitir ntttir1 tiV fcrtltfl fVitiitr 'hicsutu hits voted $15000000 for" the advancement of (he enterprise the nn lion tnlritsted to her .management. The $6oooooo is now secured for the advancement of the ' fair. The I contract with the national government- is fulfilled. All mid more than was ever anticipated will now be tfticecSs fully cirriejl out. The result demon stratus that the citizens nre unanimous iti their .determination to have the ' greatest exposition the world has ever seen. President Harrison will now be enabled to issue his invitation to the nations of the earth "to come and par ticipate. 1'rogress from tins dale will be rapid A number of important questions hinged upon and had to wait 'the election. This fact was not gener- ally known. 111 the meantim...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 November 1890

.&' . 'lih W SY f 'f 'jfJ. 6 .'. . ..iivil)hlittii'ili m.?).-. - W . - 4.n. . ABILENE Will welcome all excursionists and homeseekersand her people will take pleasure in showing them the a(M'iMM'''r MBi K. - W m: lai- QUEEN CTY OF THE WEST s. And the fertile lands and peaceful homes of the Banner County of the State. We offer some rare bargains to those who wish to invest in either City Suburban or Country Property. We lmv6 Business tlouses Residences Vacant ;. Lots (business and residence) Acre Property in the city Suburban Lots Improved .and Unimproved Lands in Taylor; ; .''.- s J ones 'Nolan and Fisher Counties among which are the following: ' ' .-Ajr . In special bargains we have xi sections of first-class land in Nolan countynear railroad at '$4.50 to 55Per acre 8'pr 10 choice unimproved sec- lions in Jones county at 4.50 to .$61.00 per acre. . Aranch of 7000 acres in Jones county 85 per cent first-class agri- cultural'land fenced vcross fenced' and farm in cultivation A cho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 November 1890

-' .v.'' jLOOiAiSCii. -r'.'- -fei!ai' - : aAjtw TmM mU f&olfib total Time Table. BAST-BOUND r-ASSRNORR. Arrives. . ............. il 100 X M. Dettt9'.i...i......'v..-..."!25 At ' ' Arrives Departs. 3134 ft M' 3t55 i"M' ...v. ......... .. Help the fire boys out. WiltcTshWristSFs. 1 - Work for" side-walks and street JnV provements . J. .. To-night atthcClnb rooms Oliver's Comedy C6mpany. . I T 1 1 1 m A! fine bby arrived 'al the 'home of C: vans 'Saturday. For nictfnigs feet go ioD. W;Wris- tcn the Pme street grocer. 46-3 Have you seen those fine "Polled Augus cattle at Sharp's barn. 48-2pd GVe the volunteer fire department vour morallandfirancial Support. Jack Aners'ih'sifdrltiseveral do at Vista the past two weeks. Good side walks and stone gutters are absolutely necessary in Abilene. Sewing machines at cost; Border & Capel. Dori!t-fail to hear Oliver's Comedy Co"mpYnyanhVc1ubjrms't6"n!ght. L. Bt Hamptonrltasca has accepted a position with S. Lapowski & Bro. The'glass fro...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 November 1890

SENATOR VOORHF.ES' REASON. Hia Tells Whjr ihe Groat Victory Was v y Won November 4. jy Senator Vootlices vs round toddy in Ins room sulTbriilg from Itic tiffccti of n very severe ciild contracted at the losti of the campaign in Indiana. lie said he had stood the canvass Up to thejast three days better than any since the old bluc-jcrtns campaign of 1S76. He hopes' to be nit right by the meeting of cohgreftsf. When asked ds to.tlfe cause that produced the Making results In the recent elections the senator said : "ijdw' could the result have been dit to fcrent if the American people are en- pable t)f self-government t lhe idea that legislation coud take iIace with- out a popular revolution by which the. ft people were m.-.de to pay higher prices lor the necessaries of life and this not ( for govcmtiWtit expenses but simply td enrich one class by levying taxes on another class could not only be' enter- tained by the (eaders of a party which belongs body and soul to the power qf money; w...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 November 1890

ri tr " A h r-:rijii1-- L S-V"" k: - -. ( .-. ' - - r'j" M. ir'M . mfllfcl.TfljMl ! .... wtwfcw.i.h-trthi !! I IllMl M . ..tutKIIWltlMMt ! IM'lW'S""t"t' '' lHWlMiU .v wsm f:; 4 i' 'l rtFMOE OF W ' '' 7 . .j S LAPOWSKI & BRO '" T ' ft V i ('.-II ir'k.T. . ... X ik.-"; '' fi-'. ..J. - .-' iycs..V; '.."' )ftrU....t-V'. J i- P' licit) thdiHWv jm: i- .. .L-u !'' r . '' .VWUTfifflK'- ' :-M Work foi jvementsv io-nigiu medy G -s U Aifine b Evans- - .V JiC i i lornicojtf.j -. - i the Pij -.;; ' .;- . i Have J :.: '-'' "" igus cat5 "'.'';' G:veth ur mora V Jack AJj;" Vista til ' - i UOOd St' .: :iabsolul";; Sewing! A y y r y y.: a.W. A large Bankrupt Stock Sold Far Below Original M. Our Mr. S. LapcHvski has returned from Southern Texas where he has per- fectecl the purchase of a large bankrupt stock consisting of Dry Goods Clothing Ijoots bliocs lite . : ; " T 53 CENTS ON THE DOLUR. ' . of their original cost price. The goods arc in transit and will amve and dV ready for sale this Week. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 December 1890

WWW WHiminu.uill :J Abilene Reporter VOL. IX. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING DECEMBER 6 1890. NO. 40. . i The ifapO .4-.- The Faalm of Centreviile Tell mc not In mournful number TJiat the town is Cull of gloom For the man' n crank that stumpers In these bustling tlayi of boom; Lire Is real lire Is earnest. And the grave I not It goal ; Every dollar that thou tumest k Helps to make the old town roll. Hut enjoyment and not sorrow Is our destined end or way ; If you have ho money borrow Buy a comer lot each day. Lives of great men nil remind us We can win Immortal fame ; Let us leave the chumps behind us And we'll get there all the same. The above Irani the Centreville Demo.1t will apply to Abilene or any other live town. -?--- A M using Bridegroom. 'J Last week Tuesday a wedding was appointed to take place at the Metho- list church at Balrd. The church was Vfilled before the appointed hour by friends and relatives but they waited in Vain as the bridegroom came not. He could not be found...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 December 1890

J ' lid t V' I 'V stfsssfclilsW -' "iiiiiriillHl i flBfi; ttvcs.JF"- p'ftrui.l " ' w f r.T" fcv.. . !A- K M. ltf HV f.1' W V m WMu&?' MPMti SfiPW SING MR'; HARRISON rtliuf Cunningham Wnlks all Over Tho President's Collar GrN-EBAI MtJNOIPALS. ' Tolls tbu Exbcutivd that Ho Is n Die praco to tho Tarty That Placed Him In Power Thou tho liffan Is Arrostod. 'Wasiunot&n Nov. 17 The dis- satisfaction among the republicans with tile rtdri-.injstration readied a climax to-day. President Hnrnson was the subject of a violent and vigorous de- nunciation by a member of 'his partyt and an officc-jiolderat that who enter- ed the white house and addressed the president f.ice to face The man who thus vented his indignation upon the party chief is Arthur P. Cunning- ham an employe of the senate doc- ument room Cuniiinghatri has been very much dissatisfied with the inca- pacity which he fancies' the president has shown since lie first entered the white house and he has not failed in public or p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 December 1890

W! ' f5fn r-. iify.y?"-; -r-?! v.5 w La ;U Si $7.398222. '. Or the itory Of jSfatteii h9wa.- r Thb Ilrocton Agricutliral Society 1ms V held sixteen annual exhibitions with A success that has riot only been uniform but phenomenal. The -Brocton Fair haulic annual show is "now generally callcfdfcis known throughout the length. and'bVcadth of New Knglatid and. h generally. acknowledged to be in the front rank in Its class. The' mere fact that any person or any number of persons can show $731- 662.32 as the result of sixteen years' Work is not itself of any particular in- .tercst to the general public but when an agricultural society keeping within the lilies laid down for such organiza tions shows this sum as the aggregate net profits of sixteen exhibitions it rneatis thatvthere must be something in or aDout that society to produce such gratifying results. Before giving the figures of the forthcoming exhibition which will in all probability excel all that has preceded it a short histori...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 December 1890

gftilJUUiH-'lfiiH jwwftfrtHitfW '' " re Abilene Reporter; PUBLISHED AT psf 2. '.: fc5L ABILENE TEXAS. FRIDAY DECEMBER 28 1890. JOHN JIOENV JJi. Editor Office fo lkmlcr ilulMlrtjj on Second Strict. RiltonMl t tho Abilene. Tck "roMoflleb ru HccoiiJCIhm Mai) Mnltcr. R"- W HP Sulicrlptton lUtci. " "One year. ..n.. . ' ..' Six months 1 1 ...... w ..... V. . Three rnonlhs.. .............. .$1.50 . ' 75 .v 40 '? heK - Noting the fact that Corporal Tan- ner lias made nearly $200000 out of pension cases since his retirement from official life the Houston Post remarks that although the corporal has no feet he 'appears to get there just the same. Representative Roweix of Illi- nois declares that the force bill is needed as much for Illinois and in fact for the eptire north and west as for the south. That is the conclusion that any republican willnaturally come to after studying the returns of the recent election. 1 N1 m- ish When the Indian lands are divided and each redskin is given A .quarte...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 December 1890

S -V -T - 'j' i i I v. i j . f run t flppsPiTpr' : -f jjcrr jj yw'T'jt .--'" iW 'P.J "rem J- F W V A XiOO-AX4. . Texas )U Paclfio Wesvl Time Tble. KAST-IIOUHD PASSENGER. Arrive!.. .. ... ...... ... . .... 11:00 a. M. Departs ....... ........... ..tuaj A. M WK3TnOUND PASSENGER. Arrives. ...... .......;... 34 r M. Dcpim. .. 3SP'M- Tho military boys enjoyed a pleasant hop Tuesday nigH. 11 The west-bound passenger was eight hours late Tuesday night. y The doctors report very little sick- ness in the city at present. Now is the time to buy some cheap furniture at Flint & Knapp's 42-tf 1 The public schools are doing finely and Prof. Roach is happy. 1 Have you "sqen those fine Polled Augu? cattle at Sharp's-banvSsapd Lf ' A' Cotton is coining in steadily and the 1 Street's are thronged with farmers' wag- pns." If you are going to build or remodel your house get your plans from Archer. - 2-tf Pratt Bros are handling the cele- brated Thurb.er coal the best in the market. 48-4t Pratt -Bro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 December 1890

m&WMM pg s Jfs ' . -j J k 'ork 'cmc ifini wanf 1 lewiii D.J sc ah m WOltfAN. . i MKt.LV. i r"". iu meat ifan hecitn. I ple c1eclflrc ' ''&& bone ft mere . 'i ;iifl from lit side V ' HS Clemen lair wuuuiu IIUlAVcnml litaprlife. ' Investigation The theory won't laml Vir twelve Tili on each tide; ' UjiroVcrt ol man. To.itccount for tills niyrtery . we've studied ami tried. V. And nt last Hid theory U(arwin njtpltctl. - That man was a monkey ; ' In early creation. Hn long been conceded Ily peers of the nation. CMlfcu'ton rotihed' ; '' " ' Tht monkey ol" hair1 " '' Then the appendage call cd tail (In could easily spare. l!y searching with care; At considerable cost' "' We find that the tail Is Uvc. only-part lost. Then the origin of woman '.. Is no longer obscure' F'or the theory of Darwin r ' Is light to he.sure.. .Anil.lhc mystery is solved" ' " lly the plain simple plan That woman was made Qfthetailofa man. Vaxaliacliie Texas Nov. 11 1890. s1'; Chat on Fashions. - Men may ...

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