The Abilene Reporter. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, September 23, 1898 Page: 1 of 8
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The Abilene Reporter
Official Paper of Taylor County
AblleV Texas Friday 5eptenibcr23!898.
T?f3r A T
w Tcrnr Ta a
7f i 1000 aorOs 9 mlios from Abilene 15Q acres In cultivation balanco iltio pailuro. Every
it .'ood agricultural laud. Good tuiprovonionts and floufcy of wood and wat'or. Prico $0
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mi ..rt -r miiAa amif.h f mm Ahtlano. Elm crook tho cast lino lastlnq; water and Plonfcv of
F0NobottdrYaltoylandinwOStToicas. All undpr good fence Prloc.t5.60 pox; aero
I n 100 acres adjoining tUo town of Morkoi Taylor county Texas on toono-balf mile from
too acres in. cultivation b.Uance good pasturd all good land and good improvements Price
fcpnracre. p. Warren of Abilene Texas. Either wrlt-i or sec u or Mr W urea with ii dchy if you wan
"'. Bn?nnb1IS!lo Jrii'vnne mile's northeast from Abllono. about 70 acres in oultivat on two room
Vd alt good landau for only?S(00 per acre
It thoao tanas ana wwosb
IlliyfinTk i-noint to soo us or Mr. Warren at once before tho landf aro sold. We'll do you
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Keai JflBtaco insurant nu
M H. COMPERE Notary FuDlic Aouene texaR
C STUVVVa to-
All Kinds of Sheet Metal Work. :-
loofing.and fluttering a Speeialty.
into sw ik iii rats hide io order.
North Side. Pine Street
Great Showing of J
New a- Stylish Goods.;
A stock which for variety styles
quality and prices can hardly be
equaled in West Texas.
lol .Mohairs at 7i cents
Fancy Worsted Cash-
kie snrtBB. ana jieuriukma
0 12 15 to 25 cents a yard
Ibijr variety of all wool dress
Hs at 23 8550 and 75 cents.
0 Patters ot dress goods
o alike so if vou buy of us
thor ladies will have- a dress
Pes Hisses anil Chliurens
you havo a sillc plush capo
are elected as to stylo lor
Will be the big year for plush
Is. vq show silk plush
SILKS! SILKS! SILKS!!!
Tho. Imost. newest and most!
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exclusive silks nxhibited thisj
apjicinn have iust been received!
and will bo on sale this month at
25 per cent loss than elsewhere.!
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Silicate ao ou " h
colors and styles.
Kid Qloves and Driving- Glove.j
Kid driving gloves at 50 centj
" ' better srrat
i f nnnrs.
I v v -"
2 clasp guaranteed kid glove
7a coats worth $l.Jo.
Wo show kid gloves in
TTinmWs Duck in all colors
isnt?8 $557.50 and up thatUcouts worth 10.
:ould not huv todav for 205 Tliivk fall Flannelettes prot
shadings good values only bo!
irv fn!ns nnllco. 40. i
10 bales heavy brown domost
4 and 5 cents.
0 cases outing 5 0 aud ajc.
B0 inch bleach domestic at
:ould not buy today
Iwnt inoro money
Foshow a bis: line of cloth
is at 75o and SU00 that aro
th more money butthoy must
We show Hroadoloth nnu
ver canes for $1 25 to U that
iti) i.. l.nn i!r .ImiMn tlml
'Id be cheap for double that
"oeauuot sov too much for
lino Wo show beautifully
umed hats from $1 to 5. Wo
loot describe You will havo
p this lino to appreciate it.
Cotton Checks 3 -14 and 5c.
wiinrn the lanrost lino a!
" w . . ..i
havo over shown and pneos t
Children s suits u ui"7
... or. i.1tt1flvnn's suits at $1.
. '"'.i1. i -rn. KnvQ suits at 81.
iSiioVbov salts at8worUi
l if ...i t-.ic nt. n ro worth 9u.
;mu o .- - '- ' u &7 !
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I o show tho lanrost imooi; . ..". ..nDj
Pots. Lhmolum. Mattlnffand ! Wosol a moot . ----
iClothsMu the any. Look IW.W. a uui;r -.
trn. w m ..inocn vn.. 25 "Or cent mum .w...
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n i- ivfyh with us and get
' Youra truly
Rollins & Young
speech concludes blufllvj
litlon of tho national banks and
tho free coinage of silver is what
tho masses want."' Tho county
survoyor gives a short write-up
of Taylor county in which ho
says that Buffalo Gap has a popu
lation of 500 with 20 business
houses and a college with 75
students. Business lots aro
qtfotod at $85 to $100 and resi
donco at ?35 to $50.- Ho puts
the voting population of 4hd
county at uuu.
ABOUT THIS PHILIPINES.
At a diB-
the days of
ccount of its
ter of the fol-
it tho Mecca of
;it. From this
uver the neigh-
es. Dreaded an
ath sailing in
!up the narrow
'bey never cave
whom thev nev- i
eay of him "Ho feels that ho ia go-
ing to dio" and tho imaginary pa-
tiontdtes htB mind possessed by
somo illusion Bomo BUperatitioUa
idea aomo visible wound through
which life eBcnpes. When to ab8o
lute indifference of death is united
Mussulman fanataciem which
givea to tho believer n glimpse of
paradise where the abnormally ex-
cueu senses rovel in endless num
berlees enjoyments a longing for
extinction takes hold of him and
throws him like a wild beast onhiB
enemies. Ho stabB them and glad-
ly invites their daggers in return.
Tho Juraraontado kills tor the sake
of killing and being killed and so
winning in exchange for a life of
privation the volumptuous ex-
istence promised by Mohammad to
Koyftlmake the (ood cure.
wholesome and dctlcloui.
Abilene Market Report
Corrected Sept. 22nd
PRODUCE RETAIL .
Com northern per bu. - 50
Hay per ton $)to$to
Bran per twt. 751080
EorAi BAKiNa rowcta eo. htw vonif.
fsh vessela. takine
nd creeks where no
w them mllaeine is-
6urnri8inB the villa-
fiing the old men. lead-
Fe women and adults in-
-ushing the audacious
Heir Bhins ud to within
d Manila and receivinc
r r early 4000 captives.
the Malay creepe and
fiJlian carronade tho atrug-
!" unequal but it did not last
long on that account nor
though it was was it the
poody. On both sides there
no same bravery the same
y. It required all the lenaci-
fi Spain to purge these seas of
pirates who infested them and
Ivas not jiri til after a conflict of
fferal years and in 187G that the
banish Squadron was able to
ring its broadsides to bear on Ti-
anggi that nest of Suluan pirates.
Band a division of troops invest all
Lhe outlets and hum the town and
Its inhabitants as well as the har
bor and all the craft within it. Tho
Soldiers planted tho flag arid the
engineers built a new city on the
smoking ruins. The city is pro
jected by a Btrong garrison. For a
iime.at least it waa all over with
piracy but not with Moslem fanat
icism which was ex;aspiraled rath-
Ir than crushod by its defeat. Tho
hovers of I ho aoas succeeded the or.
ganizatton Known aa juramenadoa
One of the characteristic auall-
lea of tho Malaya is their contohmt
or death. They have transmitted
t with their blood to the Polynos-
auB who Bee in it bnly ono of the
nultiple phonomena and not tho
supreme act of existence and Wit-
iiob8 it or eubmit to It with pro-
(found Indifference Travelers havo
jftensetn a Canaque atretoh out
Ids body on a mat while in perfect
wealth and without any symptom
uiBsasa whatever and there wait
litlently for the end. oonvincd
Imtit wae near and rAfiua all
Cotton middling 450 to 470
Hides green prlb 02too3J
Hides.dry. ' " ... 041008
W?01 . "" o6toib
Wheat ?o to 61
Sorgham per ton.... $4to$s
Johnson Grass loose $r
Pecans pr lb .. 3103
Butter "12 to .15
Eggs 15 to 20
Chickens rbroilers I !nn
" f"yel $22S
" HeniJ $2.oo
Turkeyi young.per doz from 3.00 to 6.00
Honey extracted 8 to 10
Honey' comb....... i2i
" sweet 75 to $1
Roash'ngears per dot 101012
New cabbage per lb 02 to 2j
Cucumbers per doz iot0 2i
ujui-cyca peas per ou. in pod ... .30 to 40
" " new shelled per lb. 1 totti
Ladv Peas mlinm
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snap ana wax Deans per gal. 10 to . 15
Squashes per doz. 10 to 20
Fresh tomatt.es per lb 2 to 2
Watermelons and cantaloupes 3 to 15
Onions per bushel $1 to $1.25
Flour stiaight grades........ 1.7510200
Flour Texas high patents.... $2.00 2.50
Flour Mo. $2.75 3.00
Mealper40 lb sack 501055
Bacon per. lb. 7108
Hams 10 to 12J
ca!?erCWt'"-V ' 5S 1065.
bait stock per sack 80 to 90
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IN R&D. P. White Bankrupt
In tho District Court of the
United States for tho Northern
District of Texas at Abilene.
The creditors of the above
named D. P. White are hereby
notifled that ho wus on the 20
day of September 1898 on a vol-
untary petition filed insaid court.
adjudged to be a bankrupt and
that tho first nieetiug of said
creditors for tho purpose of
choosing a trustee tho public
examination of tho bankrupt and
tho transaction of such other bus-
iness as may properly como be-
fore the meetiug. will'be hold at
my oflico in tho city of Abilene
Taylor county Texas on the 11th
day of Out. 1899 at 10 o'clock a.
in. Creditors should present
their claims for allowance at this
Abilono Texas Sopt. 20 1893
K. IC Leggett
Roforeo In Bankruptcy.
Hiliousand Intermittent Fevqrs
which prevail in miasmatic dis
tricts are. invariably accompan-
ied by derangements of the
Stomach Liver and Bowel?.
The Secret of Health.
The liver is the. great "driving
wheel" in the mechanism of
man and when it is out oforderi
the whole system becomes de
ranged and disease is the result."
r .ii. a .. r"fci
luriehment and die without any "" tIVCr flllS
Uitent tufierin. IIU rlativl CliTC til Uver Trouble'
NEVtiltS FOB BOYS.
Never make fun of old age no
matter how decrepit or unfortun-
ate or evil it may be. God'Bhand
reete lovingly on the aged head.
Neer use intoxicating liauora aB
U beverage. You might never be
come a drunkard but beer wine
and whisky will do you no good
ami may wreck your life. Better
be on the safe side. Make your in-
fluence count for sobriety.
Never make eport of one of those
miserable creatures a diunken mn
or woman. They are wrecks; but
God alone knows the stress of the
stoima that drove them upon the
breakers. Weep rather than
Never tell or listen to the telline
of filthy stories. Cleanliness in
Word and act iB the sign manual of
a true gentleman. You cannot
handle filth without becoming
Never cheat nor be unfair in
your play. Cheating is contempti-
ble anywhere at any age. Your
play Bhould strengthen not weak-
en your character.
Never call anybody bad names
no matter what anybody calls you.
You cannot throw mud and keep
your own hands clean..
Never be cruel. You have no
right to hurt a flv needlessly. Cru
elty ia the trait of a bully kindli-
ness the mark of a gentleman.
Never lie. Even white lies leave
black spots on the character. What
is your opinion of a liar? Do you
wish other people to have a like
opinion of yourself?
Never make fun ot a companion
because of a misfortune he could
Never hesitate to say no when
asked to do a wrong thing. It w;ll
often require courage moral cour-
age; but say no so distinctly that
no one can possibly understand
you to eay yes.
Never quarrel. When your
tongue gets unruly lock it in if
need be bite it. Never suffer it to
advertiaa your bad temper.
Never make comrade of boys
who are continuallydoing and say-
ing evil things A boy aa well as
a man ia known by the company
Never be unkind to your mother
and father. When thov are dead.
and you have ch.hlren of your own
you will discover that even though
you did your beat you wore abje to
make only a part payment of the
debt you owed them. The balance
you must pay over to your own
Never treat other boy'a sisters
better than you do your own.
Never fancy you know mom
when you are fifteen years old than
your father and mother have learn-
ed in all the years of their lives
wisdom is not given to babea.
Never lay aside your manners
when you takeoff your fine clothes.
Never ho rudely boisterous at
home or elsewhere.
Never forget that God made you
to he a loving joypus lovable bo-
If you suffer from sick hed-
oh constipation or any Jivor
trouble you peed a Kiofor pill.
uu put is dose. tf
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Shook, L. B. The Abilene Reporter. (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, September 23, 1898, newspaper, September 23, 1898; Abilene, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth331074/m1/1/: accessed December 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Abilene Public Library.