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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 August 1892

EV J fit' 's. V r Hi il. 1 Vt v fflk II . A V 0' $?' PS 7it ? ADVIOI TO WoMElf If you would protect vourself from Painful Profuse 'Scanty Suppressed or Irregular Men- struation you must use si BRADFIELD FEMALE REGULATOR CUnTZTMVtt.ME April SO 1888. This will certify that two member of mj Immediate family after harlng suiTcrod for years from . menstrual Irrcuulnrlty being treated without benefit by physicians were at length completely cunxl by one bottle of Brndlleld's I'cmnlo llrciilalor. lis effect Is truly wonderful. J. W. 8xiunae. Book to " WOMAN " malted FREE which contains Tsiuabla Information on all female cUmmucs. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA QA. rem bale nr jllx vnuaaiaztx LADIE'S COLUMN fioes Absence Bring Forge tfuln ess? Does absence bring forgetfulness? Can time dim memories' page. Does separation from loved ones On memories' filfrJ stage i Make all a void a dreary waste Cause us to love no moreT Make us forget with perfect ease All lliat has passed before! Dim all th...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 August 1892

fp?fiX -4 WQK tyfqPVHUjpfp ipt'TIPpl ?HrTOHF''WWTTRFWJ qpjw fwrwr111'1'' WSgilJ1?!1 ' """ ' 2 & B4 ? 4 RCV. Robt Stuait has a fine girl baby at his home. New rice and black peas' at Mack- echney & Hardi6's. 35-tf. ohnLeith representing the Santa Fe was in the city vesterday. ! 11 .i 1 m '"' ' New Mackerel and Cod fish very fine at Mackechney & Hardies. 3Stf I. . . n I 1 I Ml The" Chautauqua circle is to be re- organized. See the notice or secreta- ry in another column. 11 m 1 Mr. Sanfoid. Irom Arkansas has justTecctved 29 cars of lumber for a new yard at Koscoe. Mrs. Dr. Tfczevant and Miss Rosa returned from Weaiherford Tuesday where they have been visiting friends the past month. ' 11 Mrs Henry Montgomery will open a school at her residence for a limited number of pupils on Thursday Sept. 1st. Music will be taught in connec- tion with the school. 35t. The Cisco Roller Corn Mill keep constantly on hand a supply of freshly ground meal. For prices ad- dress. T R. Blake Man...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 September 1892

I &&&L The Abilene Reporter. fr fy VOL. XI. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING SEPTEMBBE 2 1802. NO. 30. xf1& h l J x ' j !i i t" . fi's NEW8 bF THE WEEK Aug. 27. An attempt was made this morning to wreck the cast bound Chicago and New York express at Snow Pa. Several pieces o( iron had been tied to the tracks and fortu- nately were discovered by a farmer who at once set to work to remove them.' While thus employed he was fired at twice and wounded both times but' he courageously stuck to his task until the obstructions were removed. This dastardly outrage is attributed to train robbers. The trials of the rioting miners came to a sudden termination yesterday at Clinton in the case of state vs. D. Monroe "the chief." The magistrate bound him over in the criminal courts without bail. After this decision others under arrest lost heart ami submitted their cases without a trial. They were bound over and bonds m some cases were given. In the majority of cases these miners will g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 September 1892

t.r w"rfnt rrw'J&MV J 'PMipi'.V "(' V f CITY DIRECTORY SECRET nOCIETIKS. Abilene Comtnaridery "No. 97. Knic.hU Tcwp tar holds It tiAteil conclave In their jlim third floor Portef A Hooves bulldlnir. corner North Stcoml and rln streets on the secoUl Monday niRtit In each month. IMtlug Sir Buigbttt cordially invited to attend. J. (1. Ccnnm Era. Commander. UKrt.C. lUniiii.ltecordcr. Ablletnj Chapter No. ltf It. A. Mv-Jlotds lt stated corrvooiiilons the second Friday nlRht In each month Intbelr hall third floor. Porter and Reeves building; corner Pine and North feccond itrcet. 8. o Joiihso. Secretary. J.ttiin M. K. II. P. AMUnoIiOdfie. o. SM P. and A. M-lIoldtts stated communications iha flmfratiirdsr nlsht Incneh month In their halL third Dopi -Porter and lteovcs bulldhtjr. comer Pine and North 8eo- ond street. VV. 8. o. Jonssos Secretary. II. n cook W. M. 1.0 O. P. Meet every Tuesday tiluht In tho K. of P. hall. All vlsittn j brethren cordially In- Tlted to attend. W. II. TBtrr K....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 September 1892

i - rt- vff YftSTS T st I ten) of your Water COAT Proof Before Cuvlne. POUIt fin water In th deer holding- thi end tlirht at ticrt itiown or njr rhert tlia nh.r. lhr It . ...m. .n4 in If Mliwsurtl.ht. TtinraareeoodilnChtintrkttl that look TtrrnlcfbuttilfHteTtrrMm. 1 w.wupuu Tower's IMPROVED Mai Brt)4 SllcHer to Co water tiuht t every um ana trtryvntr mil io no fa ji or stfotr end eothorltt oar dnltrs to tnike good any AllcktrtlutntfU la either point. There ere two wtrt Ton ran tell the Genuine Jmprvnd JrUh Dnmd Bllcker. lit. A Soft Wooltr) Collar. 34. Ttals Trfc4 Afcrk (below.) Watch (Jut (tor both Uiese point t 8end for Cstsloffui free. M.TOWER.Hfr. Boiton Mm. $! ''SHITX& THE FARM To Slake Lean Foik. It is cheaper to produce meat that contains a large proportion of lean with the fat. than to fatten the hog to such a condition as to fit it only for the pro- duction of lard and it is a fact that by feeding Tor lean meat a greater weight o carcass is secured and at no more expense...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 September 1892

fwtwtimjflpwun i(i inipii T" V ' JL the Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT ABILENE - - - TEXAS. FRIDA SEPTEMBER a 1893. JOffiY jrOENY JR. Editor. OSce In Retortm Building on Second Street. 1. T 1 III . ! I III 1 ' ' ' feitored at tho Ablleno. Tcxaa rostofflee SmioiiWIim Mull Matter. m ' ' ' ' '' ' Snbicxlptlon Kates. One year.....t 4. $150 Six months ....s ............. 75 Three months . 40 . 1 .1 1 1 1 .1 1 Ttxfti and Paelfle local Tim Tablt. EAST-BOUND rASSKNGIK. ArnTes .10:40 A. M. SputS. 11:05 A. M WEST-BOUND rASSKMOUt. AxTires....... ......... 4:08 P. M Depart. ...... f.. ....... ...... 43 ANNOUNCEMENTS KATES FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OFFICE. Congress... ...... $25 00 State Senate 1500 Representative 1500 District 10 00 County . s 00 Precinct.. 3 00 The above rates do not include price for names on liclet which will be $1.00. No candidate's name i!l be put on tickets for less than price of announcement and St.oo for name on ticket. FOR JUDGE 42ND JUDICIAL DISTRICT. T. H. Conner. FOR SH...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 September 1892

r;pwTpr y -"' r '-" w ."Tf w ? rr A. A wn & if if l ;;. Clothing ? Dry Goods Shoes ii Autumn 1892 Stock nearly complete and ready for the fall campaign. We have outdone any for- mer effort and selected with special reference to superior qualities makes and choice styles. It will pay you to trade with us. Prices always the lowest. 4 LOCAL. T77"eil Will Young is at home again from the east. m Chemically pure acohol at the Gilt ' Edge saloon. 24- tl Go to Gus Ackermans for pure whis- kies wines and cigars. Domestic and imported wines V liquors and cigars at George 0. Graves Seed barley extra fine for sale by Henry Pfaff Heyck's warehouse. 33 Loans on ranch and farm properties promptly made by Will Stith & Co. 33tf The Reporter solicts your orders for job printing. Read our adver- tisement elsewhere. Mrs. J. J. Hittson was called to Weatherford Sunday on account of the illness of her mother. Will Stith & Co. gets your loans through quick and with little trouble to you. Give ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 September 1892

r.' I ERADICATES M.O0D Ml SON AND BLOOD TAINT. CavKMAt. bottles of SwUt' Sreclfic (S.S.&) entirely ck nU my rtem o( contagious Meod pobon tt tin vet jr worst trp& x. S. Looms Shrercport Ix CU R ES SCROFULA EVEN IN ITS WORST FORMS. T toAti scrofula In IPJI and cleanwd my lystem entirely from it by taking seven eotties o( S. S S. 1 hate not tad tny lymp- tannine. U W WILCOX Spartfcobuhr S. C K3T3 I HAS CURED HUNDREDS OP CCiCJ CASES OF SKIN CANCER. TreaUso on blood and Skin Dlscatei mailed Xree. Swift Srucir ic Co Atlanta Gju LIVE STOCK Gallopers and Trotters. "Thoroughbreds ought io last a long time on the race tracks" said a veter- an trotting horseman to some Itiend the other day says the Breeder and Sportsman. "How is that?" asked some one in the assemblage. "Did you ever thfnk how much more stamina a trotter has to posess than a thoroughbred to be a successful campaigner?" They had not thought of that but on pondering over the matter it was a fact. It is all bosh to talk a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 September 1892

t i 3? CHILD BIRTH MADE EASY! t w p ft " MotnsV Friehd " is a scientific- ally prepared Liniment every ingte- dient of recognized value and In constant use by the medical pro- ffiSsiotl. Thftf Inrrri1ffflf lrM nm bincd Iivi manner hitherto unknown MOTHERS' FRIEND" - WILL DO all that is claimed tor it AND MORE. It Shortens Labor Lessens Pain Diminishes Danger to Life of Mother and Child. Book to ' Mothers "mailed FREE con- taining valuable information and voluntary testimonials. Sent by express on receipt of price ft.CO per bottle BflADFIELO REGULATOR CO. Atlanta da. BOLD BY ALL DnUUClIST& LADIE'S COLUMN .1) i Why She Fails to Be Mannish. Despite the decidedly masculine attire of many of this season's beauties little womanly touches are constantly cropping out which impart just enough femininity to the toilet to soften its Otherwise too mannish effect. Gowned in a bell ikirt Kton jacket and neglige shirt the summer bell goes on her way reveling in the thought that at last she has...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 September 1892

"SJSrPSJSTn v"TfyTvn!HfTr ' Tf m : STEVENSON'S FIRST GUN. CONTINUED FROM J'JkST PAGE. was to.cncck importation. Its purpose so to Increase the rate of duties as in many instances to exclude absolutely foreign goods irom our markets and thus !y cutting off competition enable the home manufacturer without let or Mndrance to fix the price of his wares. In a word the McKinley law by its ptohibitory features gave its benefU ciaries a practically monopoly and enable them in fact to levy an addi- tional tax upon the consumer .to the extent that the duty had been in- creased. Was this legislation de- manded by the people! Was it in their interest? a Was it not class legis- lation of the most odious character such legislation as enriches the few at the expense the many?. The Ameri- can people unmistakably set their seal of condemnation tipoh this bill. Slowly but surely have they become convinced that "protection does not protect" them. It is wdtse than idle to speak of its benefits to the A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 September 1892

IM" tsirm ?' V Wff&'W'W' wp'?wtifv!t;!' iVSKnu' " f ' 1 (-' JTTV 1$ r ' K S! "1T ' f "' "V ' THE ABILENE REPORT ErT VOL. XI. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER 9 1892. NO. 37 ii V fs l NEWS OF THE WEEK September 3. In an interview to. day relative to the approach of the pes. tilence Prof. Toien remarked to the agent of the Associated Press that the chief danger ay in the direction of Canada and that it was in that direc that our gates should be most care- fully shut and guarded. At present they are not shut and owing to the in- timate commercial relation existing between the two countries and the great length of the boundaries he satd thrre was. but one way to effect a stringent quarantine that is to estab- lish a military one pure and simple. He would have a cordon of military posts established all along the border and the intermediate spaces patroled exactly as in the case of war. Of course this would be a mere peaceful demonstration and one aimed at cholera suspects only....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 September 1892

nr M . -.'. n&V-Zg: 4Jk..ju e l 1; f J J u CITY DIRECTORY - i-' tm i yQ ft pn"" ' i -. i SECRET SOCIETIES. Abtlens C6mnmn1crT No. 97. Knights Temp- kr hold It ttau-d cunfUre In lliclr atiira tfclrt floorTortcr & Itcctes imlldlnir. corner Xortli Second and. line streets on the seco: d Monday ilium In rnrh month. VIltliK Sir anights cordially Invito! to attend. J U. Currh But. Coratnsuder. Oko. C. ltARutIlecorder. Abilene Chapter No. 119. It A. M.-IIold tti iiuedcoarocnilons thetecund Frldr night in -Aebinouthlntbelr hall third floor. Porter and ReoTOl building corner line and North Kocond meet. W. . O. Joukkix. Sccrctarr .I.IUn M E 11. 1 AWleno IhIk. No. K9. F. and A. M.-ltoMtt ttd communications the Ort Saturday night looich mouth In their halt third Moor forter sndlleeves building corner Pino and North Seo- and street. v 8. 0. Jonxmx Secretary. II. II. Cook W M. I. O. O. P. Meets err Tuesday ulsht tn the X.of P. hall. All Viiltlng brethren cordially In- Tiled to attend. W. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 September 1892

l rT&'W t "s"-"!" Ki nta P irely a vegetable compound made entirely of roots ana herbs I gathered from tho forests of Georgia and has been used by millions ot people witu the best results it CSRC5 All manner of Blood diseases from the pestiferous little boil on your nose to the worst cases of inherited blood taint such as Scrofula Rheiimatism Catarrh and Treatise on Blood and Slcln Diseases mailed free. swin Specific Co.. Atlanta Ga. LIVE STOCK Another Recoid Broken. The world's pacing record went to smash at Chicago on August 18 Old Johnston who paced in 2:06 r October And Hal Pointer reigns in his stead. The game son of 1 om Hal (ent around Washington Park track to-dav in 2:05 making the fastest mile ever gone in harness. As in the rase of Nancy Hanks who on August 1 6 beat the universe as a trot- ter to-day's record breaker was hitched to a sulky with low wheels pneumatic tires and ball bearings weight 62J pounds. Weather and track peifect. Starr waited behind with Abe Lincol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 September 1892

rpwwafli4KSgMpP fai (Jirr)k " -- --- 4' -- - 'ff.V- fill ... Illtl lll lilh'..l I ) iHmAVV rr-yw ". i tl l -fell iXESit!JXjfiiti'. rxsjavaa The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT ABILENE - . TEXAS. FRtDAV SEPTEMBER 9 189a. -."-- T 'lit! ... i m- JOHN IWENY . Editor. I OSm in Rbi-oxter BunMlng on Second Street. T 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 in at the Abilene. Texas Fostotnce at Second-Class Mall Matter. t Subscription Rates. fOae year. .... $1.50 months... 1 ITMee tnonlhs............ .......... 40 laiai and Pacific local Tlmt Table. CAST--OUND fASStNG-R. IA-rire-..... 10:40 a. M. parts. - .....uroSA. M WEST-BOUND rASSKNGU. IAnircs... 4:08 p. W. Depart. 4:30P.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS RATES FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OFFICE. Congress.... ................ $35 00 State Senate ' .... 1500 -s.cprcsemuve. . 1500 District 10 m Coanty 5 00 trec-nct. too The above rates do not include price for nes on ticket which will be $1.00. No candidate's name will be put on tickets for leu n price of announcement and $1.00 f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 September 1892

TJJf-n!!B -r "A - j i i y " "r TWK i " .--fn-.. 'A j : ;lr fl CORBE IT WON II the Sullivan-Oorbett Contest. a; WEIL Is now in the contest to win the clothing trade. He has correct styled and superior qualities in tailor made suits. His purchases embrace all the novelties and it is at his place that you will find what you want. i WEIL Clothing h Dry Goods and Shoes. LOO-A-ID. i ' - Custom Made Glsthing. A large lot broken suits custom made clothing Cam & Kaliski's bank- rupt stock at half price at S. Lapowski & Bros. Chemically pure acohol at the Gilt Edge saloon. 24'tf V . . 60 to Gus Ackermans for pure whis- kies wines and cigars. Domestic and imported wines liquors and cigars at George O. Graves. 1 m Best quality cooking raisens 13 lbs $100 cash at Mackechney & Hardie's. Seed barley extra fine for sale by Henry Pkai-f Heyck's warehouse. 33 l . ' Loans on ranch and farm properties promptly made by Will Stith & Co. 33tf your orders our adver- The Reporter sohtts for ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 September 1892

SS5Sfi iiftliliiiiJifiiajSgiliTini llllllH.taa.: Li:'i.i..niiHWwiw www i n xniiinm 1 . . . 1 1. nt .1 -!. .. . . ... . i g t c s V t c a I h Tower'? g lroprovd 5UCKER h Guaranteed J. Absolut! Water. AT00' vo 4-e Mckmtuvt kttMtthirWiDrmd .at Tmmjuk en etr jr'Cot 5oftWooIeo WatCh Outl Collar. ii St4 1 4J.T0WER.MTR. BOSTON MASS Citc THE FARM Will Fig Growing Pay? At the meeting of the state horticul- tuml'society at Audubon park. New Orleans Maj. Roundiree led a very interesting discussion of the fi and fig tree. It was brought out that the growing of fig trees is a difficult mat ter. Not much like the ordinary common statement. "Put a cutting in the ground and in three years have plenty of figs." The usual way is to put a cutting in the ground see it grow four to six feet then jack frost kilts it to the cround. and then it grows five to ten shoots three to live feet high; will bear a few figs frost will kill it this year or next then it grows to bear a few more figs until the seventh ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 September 1892

ir- T J. I I r' I. i (r LADIE'S COLUMN. Preiorved Peaches To make first-class peach conserve the pieces wliolc firm and semi transparent and the syrup clear and light colored wc must select fruit with white meat sound perfect in shape freshly gathered and that which is not quite ripe. Now we must not take peaches that are really green for then our conserves will come short of their delicious fruity flavor and l)e insipid in taste as well as tough and leathery in texture. Get clingstone peaches by all means one of the varieties of Heath preferred as being firm in flesh they keep their shape nicely. Peel smoothly and drop each peach directly from the fingers into a vessel of cold water so as to prevent their turning dark from exoosure to the air. A receptacle of stone or wood is best as there is then no danger of the fruit be- coming discolored from contact. A pound of sugar to a pound of fruit is the invariable rule with many hi .use- keepers for all ' kindsof preserves; others consi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 September 1892

.- 4pYrv D -(11 i; V V il A WHOLE OAEL1AD. Over Nine Hundred Waterraolon Stolen Monday Might It js no uncommon thing for water melons to disappear from a patch at night but when a carload of 930 mel- ons supposed to be securely locked disappears between sunset and sunrise it' seems to be almost incredible. But such Is the case. W C Douglas ol Abilene Texas on August 14 .shipped by the Santa Fe to the Topeka commission house in car No 5770 a Ibt of very fine melons lie prepaid the freight $96.- 35 The melons were of an extra -quality weighing about 35 pounds each. The car arrived U topeka on the evening of August 29 Mr. Hayes ol the commission house was notified of the arrival of the car and that it had been weighed in the yards here and that there Were $3 60 due for over-weight. The car was sealed and its weight shows that nothing has been taken out of kdunlig its transit. Mr. Hayes on Tuesday morning called at the office of the freight cashier and paid the overcharge' and went to t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 September 1892

If THE ABILENE REPORTER. I m VOL. XI. ...... . t j " ' "' " ' " -TJJIIMIIWI.W - .- . .... I. .. . . r ' . .. 1 ........ 1 . 1 .7jt. .' " ft SIMMONS COLUEGE OPENING OF SIMMONS COLLEGE Attended by a Great Many Citizens and Visitors From Neighbor- ing: Towns. Tuesday morning the opening of Simmons college an educational in- stitution founded by the Baptists of this district and under their direction and supervision was celebrated to- appropriate exercises which were at- tended by many of our citizens and a number of others from neiehboring towns. The weather was delightfully cool and in the sphcious mam hall o the college building every seat was taken by those avho hud assembled to lend their presence and influence 'to the sucesrful opening of the best col- lege in Western Texas. The bright faces of the children who were enrolled told the satisfaction they felt in enter- ing this school while many counte- nances actually beamed with the love thev had already formed for their teachers a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 September 1892

CITY DIRECTORY r- r -i V.J. Hi" j I. .'it. ii'i. 8ECBKT SOCIETIES. Abilene Cmnrasiidery Ko.S7 Knlnhts Temp- .ar. holds It Mated conclave In their aurluin third floor I'qtter & Iteeros bullUlns cottier Xortb second and Pino ttrrets. on Ihu secoul Monday night in each month. Visiting Sir lulgul cordially Invited to nttend. i tl.CUBRII. . Eta. Commander. iinw 0. lUnhis.tlwrdcr. Abllclm Chapter No 1 ft. A. M.-llolds IU staled diUTocaitunt thosrcwul Friday night In ?rti month inthclr hall third floor. Porter and Beeves building comer Pine and North Second nreets V. h. ). Joiiiuox. gecrrury J.ttKn 5I.S. II. P. Abilene Ixxle. No.'JaO. F and A. M.-Holdlts suued communications tho first Saturday night 'M esfh month In their hall third floor l'ortor and tleevs bulldliut. corner Pine rnd North Sec- ond streets. W 3 o JonxKMi Secretary. U. II. Oook MT. M. 1. 0. 0 F.Meeti every Tuesday night In the S of P. hall. All vUlUnjr brethren cordially ln tiled to attend. V. II Tmrr. N. Q. J W. IUxrrr...

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