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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 August 1892

. ftfc "lu . i . :v Pimples AND JBlotckes RR EVIDENCE That the blood is j wrong and that nature is endtav- cring to throw off the impurities. Nothing is so beneficial in assisting nature as Swift's Specific (S. S. S) It is a simple vegetable compound. Is harmliss to the most delicate child yet it forces the Poison to the surface and tiiminates it from the blood. that unfitted me for business for four rears. A few bottle of Swift's Specific (S. 3. Bjalred toe J. CJoNM.CItr Marshal Fulton Arkansas. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. S wurr Sracmc Co Atlanta Ga. Tho Dog's Place in Hlitory. The books are crowded with anec- dotes of the dog his reasoning powers his affection devotion obedience and fidelity. Men like to tell good stones which will astonish their hearers and make themselves the prominent person of the moment. They like especially to boast of their posesions of their horses their guns their dogs their wives and their boats so that in relating what may it itsel...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 August 1892

""' 7' V TaJ1 "1WV fTP 1 t t " . J1 II t ! A ' xi t i i Q tl1 ti fc a to f't wl u BC bt CO hsh an wt 1 th pr ire of all foi h h( 10 bil avi ob1 thi nc t u Bq i The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT JLBIXENE ... TEXAS. FRIDAY AUGUST 12 189a. jOim IIOEKY JR. Editor. Office In Kxrorru Building on SecoiM Street. Entered) at tbe Abilene. Texas fotiofflrt a wronciaw Mill Matter. StieierlptioB Xattt. One year .... .......51.50 Six months.. i.. .......... 75 Three months......... 40 Ttxas ud Pidflo local Tim Tall. iast-boond rxssExceiu Arrives 10:40 A.M. Departs.. v 1 1.-05 a. m WIST-BOUWD rASStNGUU Aiilics. Departs.. 4-oE r. M. 4:30 r. m. ANNOUNCEMENTS RATES FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OFFICE. Congress (........4.525 00 State Snate. . ..... .4.... ... ij 00 Representative.... .... 15 qo District... 10 00 County s a Preanct ......................... 3 00 The above rite do not include price Tor names on ticket which mill bc$t.oo. No candidate' name will be put on ticket for lesa than price of announc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 August 1892

& nV ft-V te m I ' & i Boy's waists at half price at S. Lapowski & Bros. 1i -- A SPLENDID OFFER. Scholarship In Simmons College Given Away. 'the Reporter has completed ar- rangements with the board of trustees of Simmons college for a scholarship for the seanson 1892-3 to be given to the most popular young lady or gen- tleman in Jones county. s 3! o c S o 8 o c & 11) O M a w s 3 o s S U i!S 3 OK a M 3 O 2c- gSi w is v o ! 1. o 00 S v ii S3 I o c - s " c tS o 3 a "o o J3 to "o U ui C o E E c3 k .53 o -c o t s5 a 2 a o -a C Q o o Eh tx w c 1 c o c a o u c Si s t Simmons eollece is a home institu S tlon with a bright future before it. It Ifwill have a faculty equal to that of any college tn the southwest. The accom- modations will be the very best. The buildings are situated on a beautiful mound north of the city in the North Park addition and the grounds com i ; IV S' () jot j 0 Q. ON h c "g. s 0 I p- 1 I . w cA 1 F -6 v. w -1 "- MHMfc ! .fcii ! - r""-"1" ' " '''"" Mi ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 August 1892

"'1 )! I i 1 J .1 i i 4 ( Nl ii 1 ??' i' I fc H ( 1 at ih ' i pr -1 S ' all for h to bil av obt the mii su Ex; MsemnTy of your Water COAT Froof Miforv BuVlrMr. POUn atraa war In tt 1ct fctMtnf tha and tlit at Iktb shown or any. iyiojf. boilnratwMtni re shown or any. iMm ami trail rtiurtltlntMtni llllrikateveryi IMPKOVEDr Stlswatvrttfit. TbraartwlntMtnmi that tok. Trnlc tat wllllei at ewy aram. TarraMVowtr!MPROVEDl"lr rq(Sl!cHr t "wairr tothtatawy earn endtnryttiur tin; alo tttt It petl r aUet aiwlaalliorliabsrdralrra to tnaka cwu ay Mlextrthil litis M lthr point. Tnr are two ways too ran 0 IM Oenalna imprvttd Wkh Ilnnd Rllrkpr. 1st. A Soft Woolen Collar. S4. ITjIj Trent ArH (below.) Watch Out ftor both thr polnUt Pfnd rnf Catalofua fr. A. I. TOWER. tlfr Boston Hats 'fclUIlP Stick to Your Text Every season some stockman feels thai hr lias b.idlv failed n what he is doing. lie thinks he would like to iry something eKe. He ha lost m -n y in one venture but propones to find t again in a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 August 1892

'WfffTF Adviox to Womir If you would protect yourself from Painful Profuse "Scanty Suppressed or Irregular Men- struation you niust use BRADF1ELD FEMALE REGULATOR sfl GAimtiumM.it April 2d 18W1. This trtll 6erttfy that two member of mr .'Immediate family nflr havlni: BnjTcred for rear from PlniiNtrual Irregularity being trout d without benefit br plirslclans were at length completely cured by one bottle of Brndfloid'B I'cmnlo lloiriilutor. IU effect is truly wenderf uL J . w. Stiuroc Book to " WOMAN " mailed TREE which contain! valuable Information on all female dlteaaet. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA OA. iron saze ur ai.Ii onvaaiaxa. CIGARETTES KILLED HIM. 35mil Bally Known as "Monsieur Cigarette" Dies From the Effects of Nicotine Poison. New Yokk Aug. 2. Emil Uaily. aged 24 years known to the habitues of the French restaurant at 134 West Twenty-seventh street kept by his stepfather as "Monsieur Cigarette" died today from the excessive use of paper cigarettes. He smoked from earl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 August 1892

JIHT'? . (wi$rT iriw-qiwyxr: ' T I '71 t ; T -T 'Tj TJtf- E.J K m ! v a k w fc G 1 3 a 4 E tbc a i talc th ?' (2:1 19 Y. it lajr Our entire stock of ft Dre03 Goods Embroid eries white Goods Etc. at very low prices this week at S. Lapowski As Bros. E G Batjer went to Galveston yes- terday. Judge Charley Earnest Colorado was here yesterday. Read J. C Harnden's new adver- tisement in the Reporter to-dav. Loans on ranch and farm properties promptly made by Will Sttth & Co 33t( Mackcchncy & Hardie have a nw advertisement in the Reporter this week. Mr. Curtis New Orleans arrived Sunday to visit his brother-in-law Will Stith. J. H. Priest aged 7 a years died at his home on Oak street yesterday morning at 7 o'clock. 1 ' m 1 1 Gov. Buchanan has commuted the sentence of H. Clay King the murder er of Poston. Is it any wonder that' the practice of lynching is growing. The eldest son of A. P. Kennon. aged about 30 years was seriously injured Sunday by a horse tailing with him. It is fear...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 August 1892

yr.r ' V H W!" v'-rT - ' Abilene Reporter. i VOL. XI. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING AUGUST 10 1802. NO. 34fc iBfppwBrR"rfnJ''" "--' r v ' '. ' The I Iff."1 4 j i 4 j V 'V jf I rA .- fl Book and Music Store East Side Pine St. Abilene Texas U now open and the riafronage of the public it respectfully solicited. Splendid selections of Standard and. .Miscellaneous 5ooUs Novels Etc Illblcs Prayer Hooks and Hymnals Etc. School Books and School Supplies at lowest pticeS. Immense stock of Slates Crayons Tablets Etc. Teachers from the country are invited to mnke my store their headquarters when in town. Fine and Office Stationery Inks and Inkstands Mucilage Uldpk Books. 1'apete- ries Pens and Pencils Files Etc. Mabie Todd & Co.'s Gold Pens and Holders elegant goods for presents. Lawn Tennis llase Rail Goods Croquet Sets Games of all kinds Musical Goods of every description. World-renowned Hardman Pianos Harrington Pianos Piano Organs latest musical invention Carpenter Organs 1 For Parlor W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 August 1892

f. GITY DIRECTORY vr rr - i" 8ECK2T topXXTIKS Abtletio Commshdery No. ST. Knight Temp- lar holds It stated conclave In their asylum third floor I"ocf A Keeves buliainj comer North Second andJ'ln streets on the second M-jnday nlsht In each month. Visiting air Knights cordially Invited to attend. 4. a Ctmnt Km Commander. Oro. C.IInnnHccon!err Abllen Chapter No IW H..A. it.-HoliU lt Mated convocaUon' the second Friday night In sar.h month In their hall third floor rotter and Reeve building comer l'lne and North Second streets. V. S. O. JOhkhoh Secretary. J. Ran M. E. It. P. Abllen tMee o. Mft. t. ad A. M.Jloldslti nated communication the first Saturday night tn each month In their hall. third floor rorter and Keerea hulldlux. corner Tina and North Sec- ond ttreeti. V.S.O.Joiiso!icSecrelary U. I. CoOk W. M. 1. 0. a F Meets every Tuesday night In the K. of V hall. All vislUng brethren cordially In. Tiled to.atttnd. W. II Tntrr N. O. J W-. llAMrrnx. Secretary. Staror the West Lodge o. 2L....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 August 1892

.?'M' tfW7 r lt" in - j j.v IZfliTfrHUaoft flyva-"'Wttii ' -ft? 4uy:auffiMpMs mw 'rr'"";tw H.S? ' Tower? Hk ' . Rtirn4fl L. Absolutely Water. vo ee V fctsiditheFlshllritfl rt.. -A . (Tiadoiam on every Cot I V. ' 5oftWooIeij ty WaiCnUUll vouar. 4 J. TOWER. MFR. DOSTON. MASS Cttiiof. THE FARM Fertilizers for Cotton. Cotton requires nitrogen phosphoric acid and potash. In experiments made for three years by the South Carolina station the results indicated iiat of the three phosphoric acid is re- lativelythe most important and conttol the action of the other two. It can be used alone with some advantage to the crop but much more effectively jk m connection with potash and nitro- gen. Nitrogen is relatively more im- portant than potash. It can be ad- vantageously used only in combination " with phosphoric acid or phosphoric acid and potash: Potash like nitrogen is of little value to cotton when applied separately; it mUbt be combined with "tfther constituents. The required proportions an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 August 1892

f Trt" ' ""i' wr'jwnrfj The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT ABILENE - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY AUGUST 19 189a. 0iV JWENY JR. Editon nil. - ..-. . 1 ' ' "" ' ' 'i 1 r- 1 1 - -i ' - " '' ' " " Office in lUrpRTM Building oil Second Street. - - " Kmered t tho Ahllene. Tmh Postofflce Second-Class Malt Matter. Snoserlptloa JUUs. One year....... .............. $1. Jo Six months . 75 Three month.. 40 ' 1 1 1 Tuts and Paelfle local Tin TaMt. KAST-HOUND TASSEKRER. Aiilves. .... . 10240 A. M. Departs.. ... 11:05 A M WXST-BOUND FASSENGU. Arrives............ 4:08 r. m. Depart.... v... 4:30 r.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS RATES FOR. ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OFFICE. Congress .....$25 00 State Srnate..... .... 1500 Representative... 1500 District.... ........ ........ 10 00 County.. i. 5 co Precinct... ..........'..... 300 The above rates ilo not include price for Barnes on ticket which wilt be $1.00. No candidate's name will he put on tickets for less than price of announcement and $1.00 fur- same on ticket. FOR JUDGE 41ND J...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 August 1892

ji. X1 : u r f GO. $& "Q." ' ' ' m Hi ill- n II mn . w m 11 hifc -ml i hi . ' ...M "- XL J v ' s" 3k ATI 1 A ' " t f . r - A 8PLENDID OFFER. Scholarship In 8immons College Given Away. The Reporter has completed ar- rangements with the board of trustees of Sirnmons college for a scholarship for the seanson 1892-3 to be given to the most popular young lady or gen- tleman in Jones county. 3 5 - o I2 a 11 V) 3 T3 S H u a il Si o w :a & o Ul o o w z o o J3 s K Z 2 2 3 00 3 B u "5 Ck- u fco u "5 u m c o E .1 t3 P- IS w "3 o 5 gs 5 1? 3 ? 5 o a s ii s 00 S o a b a Q o a a g2 c c o D. 9 O U i e tu U. O Q 13 v o v o o o D o 00 H o o 6 s 0 o I .9. IS o s 1- (2 Simmons college is a home institu- tion willi a bright future before it. It will have a faculty equal to that of any college in the southwest. The accam modations will be the very best. The buildings are situated on a beautiful mound north of the city in the North Park addition and the grounds com- prise sixteen acres RULES FOR ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 August 1892

fprw - 'WflSVyw ' - rfrPWf7 it' i - T (;1 J WIPT'S SPECIFIC WV rtnovatingth entire system eliminating all Poisons from the Blodtt whether of scrofulous or malarial origin this prep- aration has no equal. . . "Par tigklttH menthi I had an eating- sert H my tettftit. i tm frtattd hj Ust Utal fhjtiaan tut cttaineJ m rtlitf; ft strt rraduallj grew mrst I finally toti & St tit and was tnttrtty curat after uswf a few &ettlti.n C U. McLEUOrK H(nJrrum J 'ex. s TREATISE on Wood andStia Diwues nulled lim 1 nn Swift brccine Co. Atknta.Ga SNAKE STONES 0 CEYLON They Will Care tho Bits of a Cobra tho Most Deadly of Ssrpjnti. The so called "snake stone" of Cevlon are cekbratcd for the tfticacy whiqli they arc supposed to have in Curing the bites of vmomous serpents. Secrecy is maintained as to the meth- od of their manufacture which is a lucrative business carried on by monks who supply the merchants of India wnh them. Very high prices arc demanded for them They are employed in the familia...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 August 1892

4& v f l . f 1Y Ajdtiox to Wowur If you would protect vourself from Painful ProfuseScanty Suppressed or Irregular Men- struation you must use BRADFI ELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR . . . 11 M 1AOA UATITBHSVIIjUK April u o. This will certify that two member of my lmmodlnto family. fMr liavlnB Buttered tor yean from Menatrnal irrcKUUrtty telng treated without benefit by pUy1clftn irero at length completely onred by ono bottle Of rdfleld' Veinnfo Hegtilator. iu effectU truly wonderful. J. w.Btiuwii. UooK to H WOMAN " nulled HIKE which contains Taluable Information on all female dlMtact. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA OA. xon saxjs by ajx jonuaaisra. LADIE'S COLUMN Fashions. This U not the tihie of year to write of new fashions hut fashions but fash- ions do not quite stand still even in the most stagnant season of the vear. The hair is worn lower every day and this happens naturally as the dresses are cut lower at the throat than has admissible in England before; and t Mrs. Langtry althoug...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 August 1892

m iiAu.ii mm. if it i niirfi i( a - " Notice. I have taken mto copartnership with me Mr.T. C Uardie of Alabama and frt coming before the public the new firm Mackechney & Hardie make their best bow and aslc the same liberal sup. port heretofore given to Yours truly 33.tr W. M. G Mackf.cii.ney. Notlc6. I hold thdt the discharging of fire arms and reckless shooting at an alarm of fire is just as much a violation of law as at any other time. The ordinance against this practice will be strictly en- forced. J. J Clinton City Marshal. Improve Now. There is rio better time to make pub- lic improvements than when private improvements are at a low ebb. The small demand for labor and mechanics make it possible to get public work done at a reasonable cost and contracts let at such times Rive employment to all the idle men of the city and keeps up a .steady and substantial growth. The Reporter sincerely hopes that the city will find itself able to erect at once two new brick primary school b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 August 1892

The Abilene Reporter. f $m VOL. XI. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING AUGUST 20 1802. NO. 35. A L us ' Vi f. 41 W to r fi Book and Music Store East Side Fine St. Abilene Texas is now open and the patronage of the public i respectfully solicited. Splendid selections of Standard and 'Miscellaneous Hooks 'Novels Etc. Bibles Prayer Hooks and Hymnals Etc. School Books and School Supplies at lowest prices. Immense stock of Slates. Crayons Tablets Etc. Teachers from the country are Invited to make my store their headquarters when in town. Fine and Office Stationery Inks and Inkstands Mucilage Blank Boots I'apete- nes l'ens and Pencils Files Etc. Mabie Todd & Go.'s Gold Pens and Holders elegant goods (or presents. Lawn Tennis Base Ball Goods Croquet Sets Gaines of all kinds Musical Goods of every description. World-renowned Hardman Pianos Harrington Pianos Piano Organs latest musical invention Carpenter Organs For Parlor Weaver Organs v Church or Bridgeport Organs j Sunday School. Fine selec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 August 1892

'rw; -fwr" CITY DIRECTORY. SECRET SOCIETIES Abilene Coraraandery Ko.7 Knlrhts Temp- Mr. hold' Im staled iIclTe In their ayluiu third floor I'orter A Kecres bulldlnjr. comer Sorth Second and n rtrceU on tho eco: d Monday nlRM In earti tnonlb. Vlsltlnf Sir Kliteltf cordially invited to attend. J (I. Ctmwa En Commander. Oo. C HAnmi.itecordtr Abilene h tpter No. 1H ir. A. M.-liold lu stated convocation the second Kridaynlftht In tacb month IntheU hull third Dour. Porter and Reeves hulldlngv corner Pine and North Second tret. W. S. O Joiisxj. Secretary. .J. JIEII M. . 11. (' Abilene Lodge. v JS9 F. and A. M. ItoMitu seated commnnlcatloiis the flrst aiurday night !n ech month In their halt third floor Porter ana Keercs building corner line ana Forth sec ond street w II. n. Cook W.Jl. 8 0. Joitxsos Secretary 1. 0. 0. F. Meet every Tnedr nljtht In the K. of P. halt Ml Tailing brethren cordially tn- TJted to attend. W. It. Tntrr N. a. Ji W. Hami-to. t-ecrttary. Star of the Wen Lodce.Xo. 4! K...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 August 1892

'jf'tWffYff'v -w war & l U Tower? j-Irpproved FLICKER L. is Guaranteed Abiolutely Water. ?til proof. Ooff ee fmprtnrt SCcktn hive t Tkaduuk on every Coit I J- ff 5oftWooleo "ty WatCll Out! Collar. i ' Seits tf 4 J. TOWER. MFR- BOSTON. MASS UUkpt THE FARM "There's Millions In it." The American Analyst says there arej2ooo50oooo invested in dairy business of this country. Tha amount is almost double the money invested in banking and commercial industries ft is estimated that it requires 15000- 000 cows to supply the demand for milk and its products in the United States. To feed these cows Co.ooo- 000 acres of land car under cultivation. The agricultural and dairy macnine implements are worth $200000000. The men employed in the business . number 75 000 and the horses are worth $1000000. There are over 12- 000 horses all told. The cows and horses annually consume 30000000 tons of hay and 90000000 bushels of ifcjrn meal about the same amount of oat meal 2000000 bushels bran and 300000...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 August 1892

'!i;m!Ww . i r--e-i Ti Si The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT 1XENE ... TEXAS. FRIDAV AUGUST a6 t89a yoay jioenv ?. 4 " I' ' Office In lUroRTim Ruilding on Second Street. Betared at the Abilene. Taxm Posmmce a 8ccomi-Cla4 Shit TtUttctr. i ' i "Subscription Battt One year t $1.50 SU month. ..... .'.....to 75 Three months. 40 Texi and Pacific LoealTlma Table EAST-BOUND fASSENGER. Arrive ..10:40 a. H. Vcpuu: II:OS A. M West-bound passenger. jjTe f 4:o8p. m. DePto- - 4-'3-M. ANNOUNCEMENTS RATES FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OFFICE. onE1 ... $25 00 Uteute......... 15 00 Represcntatire 1500 ktfrt toco Co? ........ s 00 Precinct ..... 3 The above rate do not include price for name oh ticket which will be $1.00. No candidate' name will be put on tickets for less than price of announcement and $1.00 for name on ticket. FOR JUDGE 4WD ;udicial district T. IL Conner. TOR SHERIFFS J.V. Conmngiiam Joiiw Ii. Null. -FOR DISTRICT AND COUNTY CLERK. David J. Red. M. C Lamhetii. W. T. Ross. FOR CONSTABLE PRECIN...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 August 1892

tf 1 7i T ' r- m V U' ! A H I - A I" f 18c ll I .t ! I . l.. . M A SPLENDID OFFER. Scholarship In Simmbns College Olven Away. The Reporter has completed ar- rangements with the board of trustees of Simmons college for a scholarship for the seanson 1892-3 to be given to the most popular young lady or gen- tleman in Jones county. i o O O Ol- 1 c Si .a s a s S a 2 -o - a SI a a s J3 o s j o o w z o E o MM CO -0 ON 00 s si 52 I U jj c i a11 Si 55 S O 3 W s s Is ei a a to a 5 11 o U in c o E E c75 c IE 3 o 0 s c u a o ex. 3 o :a S o 5 .X: o a U. ft o o Cv O 0) o o H B 0 i H 0 o o Ol. 00 to St M a o B E c75 a 12 -a o 0) v o s Ui Simmons college is a home institu- tion with a bright future before it. It will have a faculty equal to that of any college in the southwest. The accom rnodations will be the very best. The 1 "buildings are situated on a beautiful mound north of the city in the North ftPark addition and the grounds com- prise sixteen acres. UltLKS FOR VOTING.' 1 The candidate must...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 August 1892

'? MERCURIAL rMr.J.O.JotvQsot Fulton Ark.Baysof MBBM "About tea years ago I con HHBsfl irnctcd a sovoro caso of blood "pateou. Loading physicians proscribed mocrfolno after incdldno which I took without any rollof. I also trlod mcrcu- tftkl and potash romedios with unsuo- RHEUMATISM Wttfal results but which brought on an Mttaok of morcurl-1 r oumatism that -ade my llfo one of agony After Buf- cin four years I gavo.up all remedies and commODced using S. S. 8. After taking several bottles I was entirely area and able to rosumo work. MKWa is tho greatest modicino for 7P blood poisoning to-day on tho market" TreatlJO on nlood mt 8kln T)itut ntftflcd Xne. 8wirr8rtcinoCo.AUinua. FKENCH FUNERAL CUSTOMS. "Cards are Left at the Cemetery Friends of the Deceased. by One of the very oldest customs in Prench cemetries is the existence of a card tecelver in the majority of the mortuary chapels says I.ucy Hooper in a Paris letter. Therein the friends of the family who pass before the tomb of a def...

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