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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 March 1891

. I) ' r. ij - l' m rv t- h o J ir THE AUSTIN u BUD&Ef. Tk CemtalHion lllfa Jawed by ' the Senate '' iipi lb Text Ifook Question and its Status War In tho Alliance Capt- tnllsta in Austin. ' Hpcolat Corresixjnilent to the ltJcronTn. Austin Texas March ar 169 The agony over the commission hill in the senate has subsided. After tucking just fiftythree arneildrnenst to the bill as it colnes from the house the senate passed it. It now goes back to the house for concurrence It Is conceded that the house will not concur itt many of the amendments especially the amendment making the commission elective instead of appoin- tive.f Consequently the bill will have to go to an open conference and the bill evolved from that committee will be passed. Whether that bill will be elective or appointive whether it will at all r-semble the bill as it originally came from the house or as it came back from the senate can not now be stated by your correspondent. AH is speculation and conjecture. That G...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 March 1891

mSMSwk Mi'1 Li1 n w u ffaeasrrrs a Pi A ft. i t 4 ' Sea tli Amrien ' AVewinud til ihe time a resu if A?ttf f AUik'iiC writes?' very inhjrest- Mfc fater dated at Quehrsda fi'et Oro t KCV. KOUt. Stuart irOnl whfCft. we i 5sf wilted ti make- folfiiwtna ex- Utro to Ietvf foV tWKHf' for publication': ' ' "flu l-niiMtr m..U liitn.i(U. Win. in roads die mtumg .interest developed I -. i. M 1'fi ...Bill... I ).-. :.. 1 IIU A IIV1 IliU MiaillKA. lllllf IIIC III Aiitint'K Vvin-1i art' wAnlcil In il.-vf-lru. 1 ftJ cftuntry. Tin president has done ;.Wlf)U.lllg iUHl TV.'IHI-U JDIl UI1U p.- v.a1..i... I..- ..:.. ...... ..... ..I . ... ... ...... tmij mr ins ijwii jietijiiq in VMliimciitc Bfauon uui me mck oi enterprise in i s;3BPjw preciuucs an ioea oj ineir asjis- -iiriwiict vuu&ctpicuiiv- aui wictyj nc president 5s ofleting to the- foreigners of any one else liberal concessions an4 grants of lahd for die development uf itemes. building of railways etc lie has undoubtedly given the people the...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 April 1891

"II .u. ... . i . ..rf .- j J J Reporter. !"g." 'I"1 rr vol. x ABHiBNB TEXAS FRIDAY MOfcNIttG APRIL 3 1&01. NO. 14. i . ..V. i.. ' n.ii i iii 1 1 i 'Jf i i I.. i i .Hi. -i i iii ' -rf ' ' ' " '' " '"" "'"" ' THE ABTtENE A Afjiwrti'U! .' '. i. n. i. -- Wl.-W. -- r . -- -.--j. . .- .rf....... J.. Awtt.f .. iw.1. w ...... m Wi.-.. ... m.u..wl.ii tiMtm tolm' iii-ifcii " wi M U IV -4 '( '( .. Nf llWy The World'a Inr Ita Fearing on tho Politico Economic R tV GucBtionof thoDay .1 Chicago March 2t.-Thfc chief char- acteristic which distinguishes Ameri-' can Imsiness methods the world over ti the liberal uSc of evefy mean of sdt Verfismg which ingcnunily cart diviseft No spot of nature is considered; too sacred no condition too revered Vip institution too hallowed and no outlay- too extravagant (o be beyond the ad-.' vertisers' reach. The school the hcrnVt tho social system' are regarded equally legitimate as. channels for commercial. enterprise as the newspaper the street car the woiksh...

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

o T ' W. '.- x o fl' ' h & nra Atrsnir iitxie: it Utive Ae'lea'in GBfmUj i Therewith RATES RULES AND REGULATIONS . . . ' ' ' OF THE A KcUl Cortetpowktit lo th Rtroirrm. the Legislative jsession is drawing rapidly to u close. Many are the 'en- tri?s.as to the work accomplished; mm how mticli or it has uecn done in conformity with the Governor ' me?'- sgc and at this time a comparison of its recommendations with the action -pi the legislature will be interesting A railway commission was the first vital question recommended to the leg islptivc wisdom. As a general Mono. srtion this will be carried into effect but some of the lesser suggestions in the recommendation have at least been discarded by one branch of the legis- J lature. The governor ardently desired that the commissioners be made appointive' ami on this .issue a bitter fight has been made. Advocates of the elect jve System contend with great force and reason that the people if sufficient: ly intelligent to elett their go...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 April 1891

r- 'It r V ' . ft . f' ' ' TT.TT'"" " M i im h ii ii m ir i j i ni i f r. ii hi - 1 1 rn 1 1 ' 1 1 ' I ' 1 'I - " 1 i 1 T.i 1 I lti1tilfalM4i 4 ' ' 1 .1 .ill. 1 -4C X if' rt' 4r '.IS'. W H! ' 6Bv iri.V $ ' im : J 7- k U I- 1 -jf 1 5 .1 1 "rot pn f& "llwlflt r . ".. . W-.r $. rjj ''. .tt. !? ;2i;fe- DKIRV. As the best' teaching i by individual work so the best tn.indgement of a dairy heard Is that which brings the manager into cloe relation nnd per- sonat cpntact with each cow to that he comes to know hot only he real vnljys but 10 Understand her individual peculiarities To be a successful breeder of unproved ind improving "fccMlls tins personal acquaintance with t dinniai is aosoiiueiy necessary. a ne uest tiairymati is somet ng more tliaty.a mere automation-redoing cer- . tain'Work day in rind day obi without thinking why or Wherefore but simply because the cogs nnd grooves in Ins internal machinery make him go. Ob- servation study and forethought .are essential to all' progres...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 April 1891

j ' ii mi . ii ' ... it I s. -. . REVOLUTION IN THE DRY GOODS TRADE. v BY REDUCING PBIOES ON OPB INTIREjTOqE -Vfah .&.- - -ir'. Y-'i ft 5SGS2G9Z22E- ST BRO "LT BUSH I N G THE SEASON ifiawlL ' '. j :------ ---" ' '' "'"'" --- r" "HHJflffiriT1""iiriMr"iM--i .-. -- -. i .. ' ' Our stocks larger now than it has been in any previous season and business hot being; fully up to'ouMiton-VrerrttSfldiJ early in the season and thereby simply sacrifice our brofit. but will Pain the ohier-i- in vi wt;k i ;-.l.. . $' !;4 SEASONABLE -.'-". ' i Hot beinj able to separately ie ; Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT AUTTi-EftS - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY APRIL 31891. -- "- '--- - .. 1 " - ' " ii ' .. OHM HOENY JR.X Editor. Oftkeln IvETOKTERlJulldinrj on Second Street. at Iho XbQene. Texas PotofBe a Hecnd-Clasi Mall Matter. Sntnerlptloa Ratei. .$1.30 ' . 75 k 40 Sfat -nontbs . . Tfctee months. AdTeniilag Kte. IW KtOConparel line (12 to Jurh) 03ct 3ta4er (BrTTiirlcMLiireraeijt) . co Itmlnotlrn ....... fcx ;.ta4&a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 April 1891

.-; vf 1 . aw"' it V$ i V if- JUT - SSfe I m vl V. d' I Wt T Sv .y DARTER & CARTER THE LAND AGENTS AJways Have BARGAINS in 1000000 acres of 136 acrs Choi c .46 LOTS $40.00 up. RESIDENCES $400.00 up! CHOICE BUSINESS PROPERTY. AGENTS for the T. & P. R R. CO. and the FRANCO- TEXAN LAND CO. Lands in Taylor Jones Shackkl- i-ord Fisher Nolan Mitchell and Howard Counties. These V 'ot iTrTri? 1 ixtfii? T -in." T....-..... "" w.ww. i-Vii !.- yivv i KHW LiVttU 1 lIHb U.I1U liUW 1IM- kZ-TPDIJCTV r" . PERFECT TO KVEKYTHING WE ISSTRICTLY AS MAKING PURCHASERS ABSOLUTELY M.'ltf-'- SAPE .AJSTID :4 CALL AND SEEtUS over I - .Street; or write to us for DESCRIPTIVE PAMPHLETS lWlvhicH will be mailed FREE wereier dv permission to an SPECIAL WANTKD.-lftoo lines of advertising 111 thlj 'column at A cents per lino. WAnTEiZ oiiSdoxh Drown Li-ithoni young hens. Call at this office. 14 2 1 ' i ' ' ' . QflACHKS flncly Improved Mock farm for ex. toll change for town property. Abundantly watered good pict...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 April 1891

7 mm&nm poultry departmIkt TfcKttewtmetrt JnMct by JO V BAutti. In whom larturriirtni 'tit m ihtvibjrrt & N nirerfrtt "' ;-:l Ike Whl.o Plv-anutb. Socc. 'litis l.recd of rand.ird foyls fame frtjw sports of lhe barred VatKtv i" "In sue tcy should be the sainc m Ibfrir barred coustnx wih tin' same: cdoY of legs ttc. their difference hc- ijtg In color of ptuinnget" In mv yard the? have jmn'etv to lie good bird. Thfty lay well hte a $Ootl table poultry and are as healthy ai iny low). In fact! have not hai a case t cholera in my yard up lo date. Thev &re hanJsome arid ofn proud Ji$Ksi- tJon. They art not lajy but if per. milled and with the right treatment will scratch enough for any one; al though they are not high fliers. They ire no rrpre subject to sickuuss than any oilier fowl and have sufficient meat to make them - among the best table fowls. Their slcit) is yellow not bla.ck which Is a great advantage to have over the latter for market and table use and being of a pure...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 April 1891

T V if I) JL 1 1' m 11 u 1P I 4 h f . kv if. i- I'am Xoteg. ' tf X It ? tTbt a good jdca to try to save L- j n tho expense of the growing crops or P tte stock. 'A sltc)t in time save rn'ne" every where except on thr farm. Titers it kill save ninetyninc. The farmer is only compelled to hunt for a market when his stuff is inferior. Choice" goods are Always salable. Be exceedingly careful in the selec- tion of seed for planting and quite as careful in selecting hands to work the crop The progressive farmer uses the best farm machinery not as ' a matter of comfort but as a matter of business. It pays him to do so. It is possible perhaps to infuse some ife into stunted plants with good culti- vation it is far best tb see to it that your plants get a good start from the time they show above the ground. Well rotted stable manure is good for strawberries when applied sometimes before planting and forked in lightly. A good two horse wagon load to 30 feet square would be a reasonable quantity...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 April 1891

P r "11 --. - ' - '.. r . . ITJ-. ' ' ' BOUGHT .! (' $ THE STOCK OF FURNITURE i ISV-" V i ( - " ' - ' ' -.-. . ktaaammi ftJ m Wi L F m I j "Pt k Um mw jflHHBHHHHHk .amaYmaaajr U h i formerly owned by Miller & Tuttle and will continue business at the old stand South First jstreet and am prepared to supply all demands in my line. . . ' i m j s TTTr -' IS AGA1NSTGR0VER SENATOR VOURHEES WANTS ANOTHER MAM KOMINATED. Tlfie TalL Sjcaraoro Thinks the Ma- jority of Indiana Democrats VTiIl Oppose Cleveland 2 :- came of His Utterance on Free Coinage. IJ6T Smukos Ark. March tO.r tSaaztor Vuorbees came here a little snore lit in three weeks ago and is ttghly pleased with ihe benefits de- sive4 from llie springs. He has Then- aftatsm m his Toot hut is now much Mptocd. His health Olheruise is ex- cellent. He is always jovial and the center of attraction at the Arlington ff ersqn? from all parts of the country call pn him every evening and engage iim in conversation. After being comfortably sea...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 April 1891

'V My i-ynn yU' ' V"1 --...w Art! ptnjt? sfass yoL. x. ABILENE TEXAS'' FRIDAT MORNING. APRJL 10 1801. HO. 10 '"' '..""" ".'.' . . ' '. .'!' I '.' "'J .1 '".. '.." ' '" ." "' '.."!? ' - i " p Reporter. j . t I-.. J. JrlJi i t I fa J H. h pv J0B. r j.11 THE STATE CAPITAL - THI COMMISSION 1ILL IK XMI KAJTDS OE THE OOflilOl. The Gerald Xesolahon Stirs tip a' Hornet's Xett The X X. Com-' mlHioneri Austin Notes. ttlclal Correspondent to tlie .TlitronT. Austin Texas April 4 1891. The session of thB' aid legislature is drawing to a close Some tilings it has done well is the verdict or those who have closely .studied ita work Other things it has done most execra- bly. "'. The commission bill is now in the hands of the governor. He will sign it because it suits him. He will appoint the commissioners and the demand of the people for a railroad commission will be. fulfilled. The result of the commissioner's work under the law is. still an experiment. The future will settle the wisdom of the ste...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 April 1891

If 7 x r' Of U fcxM JtafqMMafgifttr Mn Geor$6 W. Curtis professor of gricuTture and dlrectof of tht? experi- Joent sUdon at tlc agricultural And mccftfcnical college has made the fol- lowing report " 'Vt Work accomplishtd during the vr has 1 an triad (o suy met with nutriced approval from readers of pur bulletins and our mailing list has rap idly increased Of bulletins Kos. u it and T3 5000 copies each were fcttucd; and we shall doubtless be com- pelled to issue an extra thousand very oon 10 meet the Increased demand. The several departments of the sta- ions are farely well equipped well of. Jfcmd and on a good Working basis. We have every reason to believe that the station will grow in usefulness with each succeeding year. Our investigations during tl.; year jttat passed briefly enumerated cover dairy work including the effect of the different foods especially cotton seed and cotton seed meal on yield and quality of butter temperature and con- ditton for churning as dependent on di...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 April 1891

& & k k k r A MOVING PALACE. Th Frejeet ef the TexM Real Estate Aweeutloh. A Great AdvertUiaj Moveraoat Cam to be frilled With Texan Product for Exhibit North. Maj. V B. Slosson the chairman of the immigration committee of tlie Tex- as rt-"l estate association accompanied by Mr William A. B)wen the repre sentative oftlie Chicago Time3 .in Tex- as and Mr. H. M. Henderson 6f Alii lent one of the directors Of the asso- ciation were in Fort Worth Friday taking preliminary steps to formulating the great advertising movement inaug- urated by the association. This triumvirate was run down by a Gazette man and asked for an elabora- tion of the scheme. All three gentle- man are enthuaslastic dVer the scheme in n mild and convincing manner that goes straight to the intelligence of the hearer When The Gazette man intimated to the trio that he would like to inform the readers of The Gazette of this method 6f advertising Texas Maj. Slos- 'lt v son was immediately elected speaker. "Yes si...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 April 1891

illll li 1 7( . i . i !1l J ir The AbileiKe Reporter. PUBLISHED AT ABnaani - - - texas. Friday; April to i89i. OtfAT JIOENW JR. EUlSr. . ""V-1" ''"-' ' M i i nmii ''g1!!' "iiiirtrtijinih y !- -i ! . t .! i. mMiwwii. tmm i 1 1 03e Jn fttroitfitr rtttllclln on Second Sirwt. ssSSsk: . 4- '; M 'W ...--t. .. . 1. - . y- ..i.. h I' jtaterol at the Ablltnv. Texas PoMolBre as v'V ScondClwui Mil Jtstter. vr Snlicrlptlon 3UtH Oee year ...... ..51.50 Six months ..... ........(1.... 75 Tkrec months. ......... ... 40 A&TKtitlBff XatM. Uplr KrNonpurtl line (l to Inch) - ttjrU Hewlett (Drtvltr measurement) (Bets' Local notices ...... )oc For wry other week dltpUy advwUsMnwita. sulci S3 per cent to the abovo rate.' StMttlal position Ipromliif nt) 1st page S3 per ent extra. Special petitions 4th or 5th page 10 per cent extra. KleMpSKts 15 per Wit extra. .For Sale. An eighth medium Universal job .press. None belter nearly new. Sold .fcy Injke room for faster press. Write or'cafr'on Abilene Printi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 April 1891

t ! I -V r a .Jj -:. I V Sft 1 i'iAfli. 1 $' Ik ml z -i. p. jt. .. i -.. ... ri f)? 1 ' CARTER & iTHB LAND AGENTS. Always Have BARGAINS in 2' 1000000 acres of fjlfy'-i36 acrs Cholc RESIDENCES CBOKI BUSINESS PROPERTY. ft waiiiN is ior tne 1. & f. K. TEXAN 'LAND CO.- 'Lands ra .cord Fisher Nolan Mitchell and Howard Counties. These jlare Choice Lands Low Prices Long Time and. Low In- TEREST PERFECT TITLES TO KVERVT1HNG WE SELL AND ENRUVTlilVfJ & I. STRICTLY AS MAKING PURCHASERS ABSOLUTELY S-A-ZFIE JL3STJD SIECnXRIE. Xt r- " ' ' V.V I CALK AND SRR IIS nwr y ' crai.. n. .: . - fN- ntJCrTJIDTnri? nAwnui tttc . - - ---- v v v . w tV ""-"! "' ilv iu u iui tiiovivu live xnmrnLiiio reet: or write to us ior 1 which will be mailed FREE. . itr r 1 We refer by permission to all SPECIAL W ANTED. 1000 lines of advertising in this column at s cents per line. FOK SALE. One pure bred Hereford bull one. pair of large mules twelve gentle saddle horses. noulro at Sharp's Feed Sta- ble inr. LO...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 April 1891

1. 1 ' " i 1 - TtJ.1 VMruarnt i cv4iHiUd to t'. V. 'sumki M jUtften the chicks iotH6 out Jet thein ibiHs'fof ad.y and as much kxigeras Ifref ure inclined to remain quiet Pro tckkr A large basket kit the chick and tvy the hen in your hands to1 a new tad cfetut place ta which to begin life JfTieoU hatching nest Ss not (It for bfcm; it faay be overrun with lice; but rfedfcer k is Or not a fresh place where ibey can scratch and win themselves is r better. The first f(nd for thicks should con isUtqf'hard boiled eggs chopped fine Wd mixed with double Tts bulk of Ktakf bread crumbs or pulverized crack. -ers and scalded freh mitkpuured over all. Myriads of chicks can doubtless tx ratscti on less dainty food in the be vanning and myriads doubtless nre jeirtg raised annually without egg (bread cracker and milk; but one's own tjpod sense would'SUggest a food similar 10 that Which nature provided on its entering the World tp that winch sus rained it since jthe organs of assimila- tion were form...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 April 1891

fj E? Wft t - Tpck Jfaraidf iw 'Xexas Tinted States census bulletin No. 41 for March 19 Is devoted to truck far mtng. The writer Mr. J. H. Hale defines the terms as meaning some- thing from market garderting. The character of production in both cases may be about the same but the mar- b Kef gardener is onp who lives near a pmmarket nd delivers his product with Kkis own teams while the truck farmer Qfrct remote from the market for which PWf produces ad is dependent upon . fflnrtportation companies and com. mission men for the sale and delivery of his goods. ' t Truck farming proper is compara- tively a new industry in this country. Up to 86o it was scarcely so much As in its infancj. Railroads seem to ' have been the main factors in bringing A$t into prominence as they enabled iw producer to snip his goods from "'S'oo to 1500 miles to distant cities ana place them upon the market there in first-class condition. Within the i short space of time intervening since i860 the industry has ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 April 1891

o I) JL Ml ai . it M .- "it u r i n ' !: i:' i t-i.. li! O StUtl. The following dated t Washington Kpri 6th gives art Interview with a Cbiette correspondent nnd Senator Ed- aunck of Vermont on the politfctal stWtio ! Wt think there is anv danger ttUie dtmucratfc parly he replied ttltjt a faint wiilc '-for in this respect $i is fuVt that conies to its! net or in (fced goes in the net Of the farmers Alliance ht t ie next nrestdentul elec- IJajtjMlf'lr farmers' alliance should rrr!nit fctatcs Without having a lajority t.r tta whole electoral college the single rentlt would be there would be m t lection by the people as it is called and the present house of repre- Kiuativcs having a very large demo- cratic majority of states as well as melnWrs. would elect democratic can- didates in the constitutional and regu- lar way although they may have carri- ed the v S.UAUJST NUMIIKR OF STATKS. uAs to the danger of the republican party tt is said that the farmers' alii- ncc may carry in the next ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 April 1891

i.ltt tnfcrtuMH W1 .li.i ... I. Reporter. VOL. X. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING APRIL 17 189 J. NO. 16. 'i ''in.i .y. i -iw..4 n . i in im.X...ni. . !frP ..... ..i.i... 1.i.ytM..i.i--.uiM --... . J ... t.i'4i Mnt mvW. -Mk.ttf . r.-miHmm 1 rriL xJDlJLrLiNJi I- m j""1" wmnl . .-. A . - ! ..M.Hii.ifcii.ii.ii.;...i........i....Wa.iwW.i.' hIIH.iIimiiWix.-I )! p .yf . .. . . - - - r- ' -.- .- .1 .1 i ...... ...... .T.IM.. .... I i. Wil H IKI.iWMBMiXW IlllHllllH ll.lMt.....i.. .(.M lliWW'i"Hil . -" Jail t'l " " .'iHiUm .f-... i . . ..H.-W...I. -.-.1t . s Uk .' r t r-&' z W w$k the Board o"f Trade Outline a Policy of Improvement. Apilkne Tex April i i89t. Address of the Btiard of Trade to the dtiztni of Abilene I The time has now come when there should be active earnest work jii the upbuilding of our city and country. Active work has begun On the con struction of the rati road from Hen rietta to the Concho river to the south or us. Our belief is that the road can be secured for Abilene. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 April 1891

JLmi - f . I ll - r i V ii i till It ft m K Mi w Ut w n rci ft" t " ii irult in ItiM. Ac6rdirtg 16 Commission Filer's thud Annual report of'Utc agrrCtrttwal fcxtttau of Texas there was ratted in tHkitatcm 1889 $1749 ftuslicW of Imh putntoes the selling vnkic pf wfcfch was $439.78ak We have tto figures for 1890 butlhe quantity raised la that yejjr was evidently constderdblc larger than in the year precedinc- 11ns is certainty a small showing For state as targe as Texas and especi- Hy for one in vliich the Irish potato ! succeeds so ..extremely well as here W Commissioner Foster explains it ll'by siying: "pwing to the inability ef preserving them for any considera ble length ot time in tins clitii.ile the jwoduction of Irish potatoes for the j( general market is not undertaken at all The local markets are supplied with thtm when the crop first matures bH beyond this their production is ad- justed to the demands vf the farm on which they are cultivated " Further on we slull offer a sug...

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