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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 December 1890

WJ?W0x rAii'jiww rV trip - - iwwiinni W t (cotfTimiteti tkdM page six.) tree i A gPyronly gets $3.50 to $5 hnd that vf fchiilH tret rtillihnt nhv tariff. 'Mr. Blaine asks htw can (lie ie trader explain the fact that a great Yhanv nrilnlps tiinniifflrriirrd ifi iIih' 1 f United States find readv and lahie I fintr Tit Cnmrli ? Tr n-ino flint ui trfr 1 . - "' w..w AlVi HJU ll. M.W llUf l u jj.iy me same larni uunes ana nigncr (transportation chatges tb reach the (7-uia'dian .Market and lie appends a v list '' of mp rtufficturcd articles Itti we export tc and sell in Canada r yicl'"on win 1 iingusn nvais. mc- l()fe DfOCeedillrr In nneivfr die mipfttihn I niUSt thanW htm tin lu.tl-ilf tf flir. Hv ridden ftcoplejtf'-dic United States fof Dns case. Thete is hti t eb of controversy left- 1 we can manufacture Ijgher freight etiarges ts and then hold Our Invajs. If we can do Ign markets vc can cer- hbme wlieh the fof the freight charges to kve pay none. Then what tecuva. amies on inese his ni...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 December 1890

i 03 r -.Utf.v'l tk.of $3 liaKor good Mr. net and lelcs from line trnck f ofspecd. tf quarter for three- .tf is .only a never ..been f work last to 1e game pen Clipper vChanipion. 1y to be matched lairns his horse was holiday meeting in lays he lias not fully effects. He lays llocal horsemen and there with horses. an assure Mr. Hall in Texas stancjs bel le of his home than He is regarded as few horsemen who sjn- whom all confi- lilaqed. His former luck of.McKinney lmd favorably1 known kale arid in whose Ih put in nearly two the best of recom- is 'conduct since his is' been such as to blic as an lion- gentleman. He here is where I Hal!) he is a L'nt trainer and jn racing rules land cOol when 'long drawirfacer-aridln-utf-confidence in his horse I inAhis employer. Ihhort i language ot norsemen a - - i kchanic" in the sulky. At outdone .his competit- horses out-footed their fethej-aces That Mr. Welch 4to orin any way connec- dnich trickery as our friend wis to bejieve and from jcavors 1...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 December 1890

L 'Z ' M " lll11" I1' 1 1 ! JTI. omn of S JLAPOWSKI & BRO . . A Large Bankrupt Stock Sold Far Below Original Cost. Our Mi". S. LapoWski has returned from Southerrt Texas where he has per- fected the purchase of a large bankrupt stock consisting of Dry Goods Clothing" Boots Shoes Etc. AT 53 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR of Jtheir original cost price. The' goods are in transit ana will arrive' and be ready for sale this week. The stock must be sold within the next 30 days regard- less of first cost. Please look for our notice in the next issue of the Abilene Reporter and Taylor' County News where we. shall give fill particulars. Respectfully S LAPOWSKI & BRO Abilene Texas .Nov. 24 1890. ' -S:tfM v . E Referring to the above circular issued by us Monday Nov. 24th we beg to announce that the anfcrupt Stoo V iarrivedand been placed on our counters ready for sala. It is impossible to enumerate every single article which we have received in tl ft i i -. f .-4. . l.A -e ...j. d..i . ..'.I. i....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 December 1890

"TA ; A rH '.. fit 1 v MnmifukMi ((llttPARTMENf fcrtift. Journal f Gotten Seed :ohpn sped its' a trn Live Stock Mhsnysf finer who sells Ida cotton &6 or $7 pet1 ton ii rtot rob erto nav PailK At that tiricc lever have ?.ny tliing. t0 pay Cotton seed arc worth Si i t'lH .it . . . lr tori-to any farmer who owns an freanand that tteeas lertnizingj arm ley alyJecd tt. Asa ruie it is not lie owBfer of the land but the renter ph'oJi ixbus to sell the seed and at kn&u. i;o doubt true that cotton seed lore to farmers as a fertilizer PjBgMtfpjptl at o or $7 per ton. f Jhit jlrpifl the same journal we pub lished article m the .reporter last L&vcek' 'mk the Writer G. I. Green of MhefyGa. claimed that cotton seed (.milch cows and other cattle ras nearly as valuable bushel HI as corp. The correctness iterrtent says the writer Sn k has .been satisfactorily that roasting the -seed itable and nutritious (its disagreeable taste frhals eat it and thrive on J-Kib thai- atild npt eat it in ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 December 1890

l"TZWf'"f&X ! 'v vf.cr jt.pswwWyr'' ""'r! IT.4 iwwra jT 1 1 1 XjOOiA.Xj.: I Xmi and Pactflo local Tlao Table. nAST-DOUND TASSKNOER. lives... .......... ...... I l!OOA M. tyart .... M ... i i:at a.' M. WesT-nouNO passeNrrj arrives i .... n.. ... ... ....... 3114 ' M. feparta. ";; 3:55 rf M. Sec Ed. S. Hughes & Co.'s new "ad. Bk. to report business improving U. - fry returned Saturday mive was confined' to lay. ' "' . i'MiIlion and .wife Buf- (rc in the city last week " -Z-li Mil is mentioned among acnts to be made here remember that J will not on groceries. J. M'. RADFORD. Hillgerhave enlarged their. and now have a very iss Brog.andbuyybUr strych 1 other dog' poisons. They rcash. '2-tf IFlanary representing ..J the ijbacco. Coi St. Louis' Spent ly in this city. Ilie new advertisement of S;" '& Bro. 'and lookout' for It .week. .'....- ' Jewalks wjll be improved- over fcd per cent when the' ordi- Ijcs into effect;- j W r.rnssirifT" at the - . o ' "" .V corner of Clark's acr...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 December 1890

i n- 1 ) a i Ti ys. .' it 4 s liv order tli&t expectation rimy ma ferialuc it will be necessary 6 take kl Of bnstn'eas boldly by the hours the tall any way so that you get a fcold that will not slip. For if thorp is amy part of thfc year when it is unusual Ijr important to keep business well ' in hand'it is winter Aman who can en- jey a comfortable rooni and a warm fite while his dumb servants Shiver in Ac bitter blasts of winter Vnay have a !oul but one that is barely worth the sjing. But this being the poultry de- partment let Us take care of the ehick- tes and the duties and the geese and tic turkeys and let the cow editor lake care of the cattle and horse editor the horses and the pig editor the swine. Tie matter now in hand is to look after tire feathered stdck. Of domestic fowls chickens need most attention il winter True they can survive weather that would freeze the horns 0ffa packsaddle ; but when the genial spjring lime comes .they will go with the motherless calf to n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 January 1891

& -W4- L. ' ;r A-K EPORTE -? . ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY koRNING JANtfAHY 2891. VOL X & 523 -ry. it. - .k i .iii i t n I. j"""'! " 'f'1"'""- "vpv ' y I HE ABILENE f j 'a - U t V ' i t - k'-- L r Thl i4 btil ff c$t I or J I vbe m wr - tM h MA 1 I OLTJB ROOMB. Stutti -Baitlllo Company A Grand Performance - The engagement of the Sttittz Co. which commented last night 'at the Club Rorms has been looked forward with a great deal of interest by our goers having read so much re- nig the play "Bastille" had made eir minds to attend and despite rong counter attractions the cur- am arose on a larcc audience. The play scored an instantaneous success. Every scene every movement eyery Ye- Mf speech was applauded to the echo. frViJ 'tWii. 1..n1tU I Miipatii l.iert 1f .inI ljt j- a lib utitv niiiuuaiuiiij mawiviiw. . rlf r :. - .. " v .- !..J..i im uyii( u:cpenoi Air.oiuutj is micuaciy f interesting; from the rise of the curtain I A 11 1 k 10 uie nnai scene me interest never tor shafts. The nar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 January 1891

-T i'B FAIR. iplied With AU K- id tho Exposition the Firat Say of i803-PK.ldont' rlroolamatton. rUro.v Dcd.34 The follow Uanuvtion lias been isitied by Fcstdent of thti United Suite of renca : 'A proclamation Whereas satisfao Joty proof lias been presented to inc that provisions havc been made for ait- equate grotihds and buildings for the use of the World's Colundnan vxposi- tton.and that a sum. not less than $io 000000 to be used and expended for the purpose of said exposition has been provided tn accordance with the conditions and requirements of section lo of ftn act entitled "an act lo pro- vide for celebrating' the four hundreth anniversary of the discovery of Amer ica by Christopher Columbus by hold- ing ail international exhibition of arts industries manufactures and the pro- ducts of the soil mine and sea in the city of Chicago in the state of Illinois approveu April 25 1090. "ow. therefore I Benjamin Harrison presi dent of the United States by virtue of authority vested in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 January 1891

'Jl !-. i V IV l W fA .!" Y IMI ; iptc ft Ik V M RAILWAY COMMISSION 111 Bill Rudy for thi Lifis- lature. THE FULL TEXT OF IT. 4 It Was Drawn by Col. James B Simpson of Dallas' For lh& In conunff Administration. 1HE MODUS OPERANDI. Tho Exporhmco of tho State of Georgia Hade tho Basis of tho Moasuro. Froight and Passaongor Schedule. Dalla fr. Col. James 13. Simpson of Dallas yesterday prepared the railroad com- mission bill that it is to be submitted to the legislature next month. At- Ouiuugn vui. 3iiii5Uii was siiem on me jr. subject it is understood that he drew T . . " . .1 . r u up ai me instance oi a committee i the authority of the incoming ad ministration. The experience of the state of Georgia is the basis of the bill if passed in its present shape it is o use largely the freight and passenger schedules used in ieorma. 1 he following bs the bill : . An act to pnovide fot tine regulation of railroad freight and pa-lsenger tariffs in this state toWevent ujijust discrim- inat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 January 1891

1 k ftl " Ifw V I i'f 4U"1 X.". ie Abilene Reporter. PUBUSHED AT ABILENE - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY AKUARV a. (891. OJffiV JIOENW A Editor. -. 1- . 1 1 1 . .. 11 m u 1 hiii II - v-.. .--fr.-. -- - - m-- li WIIni i! 1 u Oice in Horder llu'ikting on iSecoml JjtTeet J".fc .- - ...... T - 'i'"?llt ! ' I ft Iflf I !. I KntenM at Uie Abilene Texas Potofflc as Hcni-CUi M11 Slitter. ' Subriptta KaWi. One year........ ... ...... Six months. t.." .... Thice months. . .. ............ .$1.50 75 . 40 Thk editors meet here Monday. The Houston Post wisely suggests that the "lily whites" might just as well proceed to Jose themselves In the am- ple bosom 'of the democratic party. The Idaho legislature has elected Gov oorge L. Shoupe and V. T. McConiTfiH United States senatorsthe former tor the short term ending in March 1S93 and the latter for the full term o( six .years beginning next March. The electrelier in the capitol build- ing at Austin is said to be the finest in this country. It is fourteen feet h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 January 1891

fr .ryiimyyiff.w a J L .nrfSSj fK ir H 'H fV Kiny P .) r v Tl XiOOAL. Txu md rdflo local Tlm Tbl. KAST-HOUNl) VASSKNOKR. ?H Arrives . ... t......ii:oo a. m Depart ... k ... 1 1:25 A. M WEST-BQUND TASSKNOER. Wrrlvei....M..r...4...... 334 r. M. DeparU.. t ............. ... 3155 r M. What next? The stone gutter. Take Block in the opera house. Yesterday was a great day in Abi- lene. Henry Pfaff spent Christmas in Big Springs. It is awfully Windsor. nice and cozy the The artesian well workers are putting in full time. The business houses were nearly jy all closed yesterday. I 1 m 1 ' The subscriptions for electric lights are rolling in right along. 1 9- W. Kintlcl is in the city looking 41. after his interests here. T .4V . ! M ' 4 See the statement of the First National J bank in anotlicr column. The side walk question bobs up se- renely every time it rains. Rev. Robt. Stuart held divine vices at Baird last Sunday. ser- J)r. Faris says the way Santa Claus remembered him is pleasant to r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 January 1891

o ?- .Mi. V ' B v. HAS 1X0XEI THI 8rMX. Tie F.Mffior Hts at; Xatt 'Awskenutl from 81umber. New Yokk. Dec. 2344-RevThoin.A Oixofr Jr .11 curding to Ins usual ctis lorn before tile delivery of Ills activtort yesterday discoursed iv hi 1st gc con- fcfrgalion which fill;. Associ.i.ion hall Sunday mornings on the following re- view of "Current Events." The farmers have always been Ihc forempst representatives of conserva- tism. They have always overwhelmed the voice of the restless dreaming city again and again. On this rural con tent of stupidity men who believe in the divinity of that which is have long reckoned with certainty. At last the farmer has broken the spell that has bound him. He has smashed the traditions of centuries. He has broken the dashboard kicked out of the phafts and is running away. The men who have driven him with light rein from their traditional seats are being hurled into the ditch and ground beneath the wheels. It has tceh so sudden they hardly know uhat ( lias...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 January 1891

VK J! At . . 14 W r --t- - CLEVELAND AID REFORM. A Groat Speech at a Grea; Banquet last Mlghti MILLB WAS NOT PnESENTi "ThoEx-Proaldant Ohoso a 'OampatRn Of Education" ns Mia Toxt Car- IIbIo on Popular Oovornmont Mr. Cleveland's Ovation. NfcW York. Dec. 33 The Tariff Reform club held a grand banquet to night in the night irk the concert hall of the Madison square garden to cele- brate the recent democratic victories. The attendance not only of the ban- queters but also of on-lookers was Verv lamp rovers for coo heim? laid j Q ' l r while the Galleries were filled with a lawhltinnt array of people of whom la- porUiS made a prominent part. ti? it was 7:30 o'clocK wnen me Dan- qiiet 'as begun. The boxes at this time' were empty apd it was not till dinner was nearly Over when ladies be- gan to come in. At the speakers'- table on the other side of chairman & r Wheeler sat ex-1'rcsident Clevc- ' land and John G.Carlisle of Kentucky. Among-the other gentlemen at this table were Gov. Hor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 January 1891

i ' v " '' v.? r? to t:' .-.I1 in i . 1 S. T est 4feL? ' -. ' - ' . - ' ' """- i . i . .-.. f ' Y' '.-.'-"" " '-;V'v ..- i ' t .'. -V.7 i' " v ' '.'.'V''A-"rv'. ' .V.:S:";.' .!' ..iViiV.f."rjViijiiiji''i'i ' '") '4miliii'')i''l ".i i.. frt ''.rfff'li rV i i'ifn'r'ni . FRIDAY Scenery and Oostuming Saturday Afternoon at THE INDIANS Particulars of Monday's Battle With Big Foot's Hostile. Twtmtjr-Tlve Boldier Killed and XMrty-Foor Wounded Over Three Hundred Indian Killed. Oiiaha Neb Dec 30 Col. For- sy the reached Fine Ridge agency this morning with the seventh cavalry and the surviving prisoners-. He repoits twenty-five of his men killed and thirty- four wounded in the fight on Forcu- pine creefc. Gen. Brooke has since the fight re- voked his order Tor the troops to carry prisoners south under guard. There is only a remnant left. THIRTY MORE GOOD INVtANS. RusicviiXE Neb.. Dec. 30. At day- break this morning thirty Indians belonging- tp Two Stakes' band tried to capture the provision tr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 January 1891

'V .l M -nW. The Abilene Reporter. N . VOL X. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING JAL 0 1891. NO. 2. -L. y- M s- !! u CAPITAL DOINGS. poclnl Correspondent (0 thonrortTtn. Austin Tex. January 5 1891. The meeting in this bity on Tuesday of school superintendents of various cities and counties to consider questions arising in the operation of the school liuvs ought to have been the most im portant event of the week. It was a .failure in this respect. The people of 'V the State and of the whole country are ) deeply interested in the text book question. This was ignored. NextrtftsT' importance to Texas nnd to the domi- nant triumphant 'democracy is the ab- solutely essential instruction in civil government which is wholly omitted from the course of study in our public schools. Northern and Eastern public schools usrng partisan histories do little harm compared with that which results from their inculcation of centralizing and unrepublican doctrine of civil gov ernment. The sectional prejudices ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 January 1891

'"jmn i.N --it" - How Shall tk Farmeti Ue Their Victor. Aiium p. WftiTK. From nil sides comes interpretations of Jilt! recent political movement which has been so largely detcrrnlnrtl lV the Rteat agricultural body of jlie country. Nd ond nun otn interpret IhU move- ment fully but perhaps when many inc-n look at it from inany sides we may by combining their views draw use ful lessons I do not propose to go into the matter at all exhaustively but to speak simply of one or two things which seem clear to me as an unbiased observer. First as to the cause: Many of the sharp "smart" men who afflict the country see in this simply a movement promoted i demagogues and proph- esy that it will have the fate of other . such movements. Others naturally conservative see in it a natural out- burst of crude fanaticism which will soon run its course doing perhaps con- siderable damage by the way. J do not share in either of thee options: That deimgftgues here and ' Ahere have attempted to use the mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 January 1891

4j- - yi)tWJW-HJyu.. vMHMMMfA iji jiifiiKK. ' 4 w i ft Farming in Foreign lands. In Russia at last the establishment of a ppcci.i) Ministry of Agriculture ha been decided upon Anthrax lias broken out in the Vice roy's stables nt Dehra India. Besides a number of fine carriage hongvLord William Beresfords honest little" Arab $hamshad has succumbed. The remarkable average of $269.83 was recently obtained for thirty shear ling rams Irom the Mertoun flock of Border Leicesters by Lord Polwarth Kelso Britain. Last year the Mertoun average was $152.56. The harvest returns in France were much better than at first anticipated. The estimated quantity of wheat is 328.5 70835 bushels a much larger total than in the previous four years. The crops of meshn (mixed wheat and rye) are better than since t887 and of rye better than since 1886. In the Agricultural Gazette (England) a correspondent says : A Polled Angus bull crossed With the ordinary Short- h6rn heifer of Ireland produces an admirable an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 January 1891

f. - p y my -4 MkMN4MMMlMrtMfj f ! 'A i - 1 .' - r - f the Abilene Reporter. PUDUSHED AT ABILENE - - - TEXAS. -nir FRIDAY JANUARY 9 1891. JOfiY JfOENY JR. Editor. Office In Bonier IlulMlng on Second Street. Entered t h Abilene. Tcxn PoMnfltro as Second ClkMt Mill MMIcr. Srtieription Btei. One year..... ........$1.50 SU months. ........ . Q$ Three month. 40 ANNOUNCEMENTS. For rc'tltttion for Mayor D. W. WRISTEtf. Corpus (hristi is to have an oys- ter canning house. Sherman's electric railway was sold under execution Tuesday. Houston has several cases ol small pox though the Post says the disease is under control. The force bill is so obnoxious to the independent republicans that it will be impossible to bring it to life again. A New York contractor it seems will be awarded the contract to do the harbor work at Galveston. ..I Francis Marschalk. editor of the Gregg County Chrion died at his home in Longviewlast week. There seems to be a general' stam- pede among professional politician...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 January 1891

-rr-r rf VH!- y m -y - ) - 7 (J --..r---Trr----- "vtr I'M";;1!'" V V" " - - - H W" 'HI .; mttaauxv HrW isSB ffltt rune if 1 K .&. .41 r W p.' " r LOO-AXi. SSF Toim and Paelfle local 11ms TaMe KAST-noOftD PASSENOItR. iVV-i... . .. irnvcs ... . . moo At M. DcpatU ....'...... 11125 a. M WEST-HOUtot) FASSENQER. T jj8i arrives ' ?:U W . Departfc 355 - Sam Lnpowski i$ in San Angclo this week. Henry Sayles went east on Tues- day. Frank Robinson Chicago Sunday- cd in this city. Mr. Thornton of Mcrkel was in ". the city Monday. K. K Legett took the east bound ' rain Wednesday morning. f The rain stopped the- work on the electric light buildings. City Marshal Clinton says the side- walk building keeps him busy. That city park must be secured soon or the lands will be out of reach. - Material is on the ground for Coun- ty Treasurer Witt's new residence. Abilene's electric light plant- will have a capacity of over 1300 lights. Capt. W. B. Morse will soon begin the erection of a fine brick r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 January 1891

. V-vA .1 - ' 4iNpllrlllM IWuaiif jJ4.fM liliM)IH WplWILay J U4 fitttW Tl "-' fc tV i Rottdsmnd Their Construction it . t. watoh. riiod iiAxn. t Nowhere n the world are roads bet- ter made or subjected to more heavy and continuous Service thnn those of the mountain passes of California Some wen; cut out of solid 'granite at ocost of $s$ oo'o per hiile. For the mountain camps of the miners and others their 'came into ue a class of wagons capable of sustaining loads of thirty or forty thousand pounds and sometimes more drawn by teams of eighteen or twenty-four horses or mules. When sharp grades were met from two to six of these teams would be hitched to a single wagon. In one instance a steam engine which was said to weigh 4000 pounds was car- ried over the mountain qn a "platform supported by two of these wagons whose tops had been removed. It will be readily seen that under Mich usage as this and with the severe water wear over the steep surfaces from mountain Tains and-snows roads ...

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