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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 September 1892

- jWWlllW t hi CHILD BIRTH MADE EASY I " Mothers' Friemd " Is a scientific- ally prcparcdUnlrnent every Ingre- dient of recognized value and In constant use by the medical pro- fession. These ingredients are com- bined Ir.a manner hitherto unknown "MOTHERS' FRIEND" WILL DO all that Is claimed for 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 $I.Kl per bottle BRADFIEIO REGULATOR CO. Atlanta. G. BOLD UY ALL DllUOOIBTS. LADIE'S COLUMN. Dress Reform. When I see wqmen stay iniluors the entire forenoon because their morning dresses trail the ground and indoors all the afternoon because there comes Mp a shower and the walking -dress would soak and drabbel; or when I see the "working woman" standing at the counter or at the teachers desk from day to dark in the drenched boots and damp stockings which her muddy skirts f...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 September 1892

i ' S It n ? I"! ' .1 i! w u If; IF 7C ' Mfc MH CLcVEUHD'S LETTER. A BRIEF pfSAN.K. EXPEES8I6N OF DEMOCRATIC DOCTRINE. "Tariff Hefof m Ii Still Our Purpose." Strong Position Against the force Bill. Following is a full text of K-Presi-dent Cleveland' letter of acceptance. New York. Sept. 26 Hon. William L. AVllson and others cqmmiltec etc: Gentlemen In responding to your formal notification of my nomination to -the prssidcncy by the national demo- cratic party I hope I may be permit- ted to say at the outset that continued "reflection and observation lave confir- med me in my adherence to the opin- ions which 1 have heretofore held an publicly declared touching questions involved in the canvass. This is the time above all others when these ques- tions should be considered in the light afforded by a iober apprehension of -principles on viich our government is based and a clear understanding of the -relation itbcrsto the people for whose benefit it was created. We shall thus be supplie...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 October 1892

The Abilene Reporter tf. VOL. XI. ABILENE ttEXAS FRIDAY MOKNTNG OCTOBER 7 1892. NO. 41. 4 ft ( . PH i" jn r l 4) 3DO 1TOT7 "W.3ST1 .A. PIANO qan ORGAN ? Urite for prices or call 017 Pine Street- KD" Instruments Sold on Easy Terms to Suit Buyers Tuning and Repairing Attended to Promptly. Headquarters (or School Is easily pronounced when properly divided and easily prevented by buying a pair of those Low-Heeled or Spring-Heeled Shoes at BROWN'S SHOE STORE. NEWS OF THE WEEK. Oct. 1 The board of health of New York report that cholera is pract- ically over. Theodore Armstrong and Martin Hill have been arrested in Bell county charged with beng implicated with the murder of Sheriff Olive. Oct. 2 Farmers are harvesting rice in Orange Tex. and this the first crop is a great success. Treasury agents in Chicago state their belief that a syndicate exists in that ctiy Tor the purpose of smuggling Chinamen and opium into the state:. The syndicate is thought to embrace many Chicago Chinese merchan...

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

I 10 CITYiiicTORV 8SCKKT SOCIETIES. Abllcij Comtnanrterr No. it Knljthu Temp- lar holds It stated conclave in tlivlr asylum hlrd floor Porter A KtM bulldina corner Sortli Second ami Pino streets on the seco:.d Jsondar nlRM In tnb ruotilh. Visiting Sir Uulghts coruUllj lnvliel to attoud. J. U. Ccrri Km Commander. (ro. C If Artnisjltcorder. Abllctm tlTwpter So. Itt. IL A. M. Holds Its itatedconrocaiious treeoml Kridii nlitbt lu aohraonthlnlboirball third floo. Porter and Eeotw tmildlti eotner Pine and North Second nreeti. W. S. O. Joitssor. secretary .1 Ren M B. II P Abilene l-odpo No. fc F. and A- M.-IIoldtt stated oommnnlcfttloin the nrst ttaturdar night m tttch month In their bull third floor Porter nd lleercs bulWlue. comer Pine and North Sec- sad dtrecln. w. S O. Joiiksoi Secretary tt.II.Coo:ttVM 1. 0. O. F. Meet every Tuesday night In ihe X.of P. hull. AH Visiting brethren eordlaHylri rited to attend. W. U. Twrr N 0 J WMUxrro!!. Secretary Star Of the West Lodge No. 4. K. of P. M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 October 1892

n "w v v 7v : f SssssssssS S Swift's Kptciffic S I Blood and Skin s Diseases s SA reliable euro for Contagious ft Blood 1'oiton Inherited fiero- TT 2 fula and Sltlfl Caocer. g Asa tonic or delicate Women 55 ahrt Children it Jboe no equal. O S Being purely vegetable U barm O lea In lu effects w SA rentl on xcrt aixt BklnDIa- gt X32ci mailed rtitn m arpllration. w CS 2ru(flC Sell It. SWIr-1 SftUIUU UU.j Draww3 Atlanta Oa. ;ssssssss; THE FAtlM. 4r Fattening Stock. The prudent farmer knows well enough the moderately cuol weatht'r tof September and October and No- vember is the very best of weather for fattening hogs and beef cattle; corn potatoes and other crops are plenty the cool weather gives increased ap- petite and is not as yet cold enough to require a large amount of extra food to keep the animals warm; at this season tney can be made to fat- ten far more quickly and economically than after the stvere cold weather of winter begins. Corn is so plenty and cheap in this country that...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 October 1892

" nr"'jri t 5555 wv ; -t 1 jj9 'trfrrrVjy!!f ( ' ' ""- 1J K -z" ' V te? The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT ABILENE - - - TEXAS. i'lirt'i FRIDAV OCTOBER 7 (89a. 0JV ilOENYs JR Editor. ll II II 1 - - - l. I l I ! 1 1 fc I - . 1 1 r 1 ' ' "' " ''''" Oftcb In Reporter Building on Second Street. i " 1 ' ' Satered at the Abtknej Tax Postofflce Hecond-ClM Mill Matter. Subscription States. One year . ....... ...$1.50 Six months.. ............ 75 Three months... 40 Texas and Paeifle Local Time Table. EAST-BOUND PASSENGER. Arrives...... .;... ....... 10-40 A. M. Departs .............11:05 A. WEST-BOUND PASSENGER. Ai.UcS. ...... ....... ......... 4to8 r. m. Deparu....... ... ....... 4:30 f. it. ANNOUNCEMENTS RATES FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OFFICE. Congress . ....$25 00 StateSraaie 1500 Representative. . 15 00 District....... 10 ob Coomy.. 5 00 Precinct....... 3 00 The abort rates do not include price for antes on ticket which will be $1.00. No candidate's name will be put on tickets for less "than...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 October 1892

'f'WPW' fl f-1 ijtr" flfcto Y' h- Ufc i V fi- r visas Stjufc. i ' -1. '''"! I . . . - ' Our Careful Selection of a Most Exclusive Stock of Cotton A rices to Meet LOOAI J. H. Thornton Merkel was here Monday. Alfred Heyck is driving the express wagon now. The juveniles are endeavoring to get up a dancing club. Miss Edith Hathaway is teaching a music class in Merkle. Bill Arps Georgia's great hum- orist in armory hall in Oct. We invite attention to the announce- ment of B. A. Cox for county attorney. I'M I i y too pounds good familv flour for $i7S at Mackechney & Hardie's. tf Call at the Arcade tor pure whiskey and fine wines. W. A. Gray. ro-tf 27 nicklebars of good laundry saop for 95 cents at Mackechney & Hardie's When you want money on ranch or. Jf-farm property go to Will Stith & Co.tf Five pounds miror gloss lump starch for 35 cents at Mackechney & Hardie's. - Don't fail to hear "Bill Arps" at the armory seats going like hot-cakes. This week James P. Daniels an- no...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 October 1892

pPip'9iplirF7' Tower? Improves 5LICKER Lv ty vz r J. orooTi Oofiv Mekerttuve tee the tlth Bran Vmmjuk on enry Ccat lenryCoeU .JSV.T 5oftWoolep rOfr Watch Outl Collar. in i S.Jff A TOWER. MFR. BOSTON. MASS Ciik( Nicaragua Canal. The committee appointed by the national Nicaragua canal convention at its meeting in St. Louis June 2d and 3d to prepare an address to the American peOpte giving information as to the feasibility of the Nicaragua canal and its commercial and other advantages to the Ulii'.cd States' has jurt finished the preparation of such address. The committee ts composed of Tolip S Jones ol Arkansas; ex-Con-pressman Concise of Ohio; R. V. Millsap the prominent banker of Mt- sissippi; Capt. I F. Merry of Man- chester Iowa; S H Hawkins the railroad president ot Georgia; Capt. Ambrose Snow president of the New York board' of trade and transporta- tion and ex-Gov. John S. Pillsbury of Minnessou. The address is supplementary to the resolutions adopted by' the St Louis conventio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 October 1892

OP-VWr "V tur-y ! "frvVjyij-rrw " """wy'"' " ??? 'f "?' "Mi" V "PfJB- Mawrsjj ' "TV -:' f Advioe to Womb If you would protect yourself from Painful Profuse "Scanty Suppressed or Irregular Men- struation you must use BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR i. . a ..n m loan Thli will certify1 that two members of my Immediate family. afUir having suirored (or years from Mrmatrunl Irrctrulartty bcttiK treated without benefit by' physicians were ntlenRth completely onnxl by one bottle Of Brndllnld'a I'ctnnlo ICrculntor. Its effect It truly nonderfuL J. W.Biiiahq. Book to WOMAN " mailed FJIEE which contain Taluable Information on all female Ulsciues. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA QA. BOB BALE JXX ALL onvaaxaxa. LADIE'S COLUMN Turkish Marriage. t In every country a wedding is con- sidered a very solemn ceremony and is usually celebrated with great pomp -and rejoicing; nor in this do Turks differ at all from the rest of the World. To them also a weding is an occasion for much pleasure and though as...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 October 1892

.. mi ... mt i ! J fi 1 W A CAMPAIGN LIE NAILED. MERE IS THE STORY COMPLETE FROM FIRST TO LAST. The Reader is Enabled to Form Hi Conclusions From tne Simple Record of Facts Which Will Oat. -. Dalian JCt ?r. R ysk Tex. Oct 3. 1 herewith in- close you a letter (copy) received by me front Mr. Grosrer Cleveland m re- ply to one that 1 wrote Id him Tcgard ing the authenticity ol the Murray let- ter said to hive endorsed the Hogg party M Texas. That campaign can- ard ts knocked into pi. The letter is self-explanatory 'Thomas FintyJr. Gray GauLus ttuzzard's BayMass. Sept. 27 Thomas Finty Jr. Rusk Texas.: My dear sir-r-l have read your letter of the 23d instant enclos- ing a copy front the Fort Worth Ga- zette of a clipping stating that Mr. Willwui H. Murray had received from mca letter indoieing his activity and zfcil in the interests rf true democ- racy in the present campaign. I am very much surprised to learn that there is an inclination to make use of my acknowledgement of expressions ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 October 1892

K r Reporter. li J ''..' .i:: VOL. XI. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING OCTOBER 14 1802. NO. 42. Abilene i y V ft- ;v i ' 'Cs y?4 !-. ' :2 r F . v PUBLIC SPEAKING BY -Hon. Geo. Clark OF WACO Democratic - Candidate For Governor. : jA.T THE : OLD JONES LUMBER YARD SaturdayOct 1 5 at 11 O'clock a. m. let Every One Come. You will hear something that wijl interest you. PROGRHTO Friday October 14th. The Clark Club will meet at the Opera House promptly at 3:00 p. m. Friday the 14th inst and inarch to the depot to receive Judge Clark under command of J. H. Pickens and escort Judge Clark to the Windsor Hotel. Public reception at Windsor hotel Friday night from 8:30 to 10:30 at which time Judie Clark will be glad to meet everybody. PRQGRHTC Saturday October 16th. The Clark Club will meet promptly at the Opera House Saturday the 15th mst at 10 o'clock a. m. and form in procession and march under command of J. II. Pickens to the Windsor Hotel for purpose of escorting Judge Clark to the speaking gro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 October 1892

B2EE nBHHH jb f rp " w vi iiiainfrSSgSJ yragnmp.Ji. H 111 null f -rrij$ if ?; if rs h r ! CITY DIRECTORY SECRET WCIEttES. Abilene ComraMtilery Kd. af Knights Ternr iu holds it KUIUI cont-UTe (u Ihelr aytum Utlrd floor PortM A Hwet lmlMltic corner North SeiMrul Klid 1'lllB niri-M. mi thit uwod Monday night In eaeh numth. Visiting 81r Rulht comtty lilThM to Mlend. . J.cr. ctinm. Km. Corutnander (Im. f tUnrs.Tttcortcr AMlcnn Chapter No. IW. It A. M.-7IoM Iu tiattdcfnTOtIou thMml Krldnr night iu arft mouth in their hill third floor. Potter and Reeves 1'UlMIn i corner Tine and North ScCoud streets. W. . Oj Joiuoox. Secretary. J.Jtws M E. ILT AbBeno tod o. K8 V. nd A. i.-IIoldslt isaied tsjuivnur.lulon tho first Saturday- night m escn month in tneir- nail mini noor fortor M)d HeeVea LnllJIti. corner pi ne and North Sco tt. S.O Joiisms secretary. and streets. H.T1 Cook.W.M I.O.O.F. Meets eYcryTaeiday n'ght In the E.of P. bait All trlstan brethren cordially In- rued te attend. 1V 11 Truer. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 October 1892

P'T T l 'spy "" tcvrrrr' B --wj f5rp";w'Tip-ljy J"ftff ."--?'' ..yi "!; 'f W vj 'V-TPv"'" v t f"riff W??") "1 "'''' "'."""""Sp "3 "" "'7rWvaT'' " "! ' r n m ' r ' i i v t Nature pboulrt bo assisted to throw orrtmpnrltlcsofUio blood. Nothing docs it so well go promptly or1 so safely as Swirl's Specific. KKK1 CURES MALARIAL POISON LIFE HAD NO CJTAIIM3. For thrco fcara I was troubled wllh mala- rial poison which caused my appetite to fail and I vraa greatly reduced In flesh and life 16St all lta charms. I tried mercurial and potash remedies but to no effect. I could getno relief. I then decided to try fKJKSpS A few bottles of this wonderful KiHtniPi mediclno mado a complete and permanent cure and I now enjoy better health than ever. J A. Rice Ottawa Kan. Our book on Blood and Skin Dlsoasoa mollodfroo. .. Swirr Specific Co. Atlanta Go THE FARM HORSES. Seme Peculiarities Connected With One of the Noblest of Animals. In the portion of Genesis which tells the stpry of Joseph the famine etc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 October 1892

r ! t -rv jf J vF" 5 1 iim ii In n 1 w 11 I i i ip i m i I i mm the Abilene Reporter. PUDUSHED AT JlBEliENI - - w TEXAS. FRIDA OCTOBER 14 t89a JOHN JfO&VV JR.i Editor. Office in ReronTtR lluOding on Second Street. -V 'r . . ... . .' Xnterea t ihe Abilene. TcxiuC. Iolofflce ttcootxK'luk Mall Mttor. I i f ! i n r n i i i Subscription B&tei. One year....... $S0 SUthonths ........ 75 Three months. ...... ........ ..t.... 40 Txu uxd raeifle Local Tin TM. EAST-BOUND PASSENGER. Arrires ..10:40 A. M. Departs.... ............. ...11:05 a. M WESTVSOOJm PASSENGER. ArriTc.. ...... ...... 4:oS r. M. Depart... 4:30P.M. ANNOUNCEMENTS RATES FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OFFICE. Congress. f.... ....$25 00 -State Smite... ..... ...... .... 15 to Representative..; 15 00 District... ....... to co County ......... S Precinct ......... 300 The above rite do not include price for Barnes on ticket which vrill be $1.00. No candidate's name will be pot on tickets for less than price 'of announcement and $t ....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 October 1892

!7Pp5?F S f y-If T.y?i '?lPff.V(V ' j t '' - f L i if 'H -LOOAXi. ' . J. L. Starr Wcatherford 19 in the city. The banks close at ta o'clock tin Saturday ii' Read Cameron & Phillips ad in to-day's pafjer Chemically pure acohol at the Gilt Edge saloon. 24.it B. A. Cox Mtrkel was here attend- ing court this week. 13. I. Lowe Mcrkel called on the Reporter yesterday. Go to Gus 'Ackermans for pure whis- kies wines and cigars. v m 1 Order wood from Sunders & Waf- ford Eastland Texas. 38-81 The Clark club had an enthusiastic meeting Saturday night. The round trip rate to Dallas during r the fair from this city is $5 00. R. W. Kindel is in the city looking ' after his interest in the light plant. C. O. Morris received another buffa- lo for the park at his farm yesterday. m Domestic and imported wines liquors and cigars at George O. Graves. 100 pounds good familv flour for $1.75 at Mackcchney & Hardie's: tf Call at the Arcade for pure whiskey and fine wines. W. A. Gray io-tf 27 nl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 October 1892

II u. gJguLiisafctafcJgagl.- MUSW aBBsDsBC333R yfifTi uii mmiiti) mmmtiwmmw ii m rwini 5 f I 3 I' '4 . i t I ill .ibtscarn? f your FroofVwri X XiOVn om wntrrln th llT. boWmc JT tb. end tlcM hen shown or any tttavtwrUsM. ThrnsreiuMttntlMsatrntl 1m fchrrt tiwte l Ham. SM tw Skatlnok. very nlc. but wll Wait t lll)slttwr . I fr. warrant Tower's IMPKC (IMPROVED!!!) Branl silcK" to 6it whtt etr I Ma BinTmrrirTAiT ? alao not I pari r Met. and itbnrUi oar dtiltn to nuke rood B7RUcerl&lftU!nitnrpoiiK. iihm Two wtr rn n ttU Uu (Haulm Jmpnrfd full Brand Pile ft. lit. f Soft Woolen Collar. . TblTrlArK(lclow.) Watch Out far both tbe.e points! tend fnr Ciulogn. (it. lUl.TOWPt.Mrr Boston Mats labor's Lots And Gain. Protectionists dwell continually upon the specific amount of lab.ir and the nornu.al price of products without noticing the proportional results of labor and the abundance necessary to supply the wants oi man. The demand for labor We have seen is increased and likewise the amount of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 October 1892

'"WSIWHJW W$$$W$ TWWB'' FVff'f"'! : - c-a H f i i Advice to Womew If you would protect voursclf from Painful Profuse 'Scanty Suppressed or Irregular Men- struation you must use BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR m . m II1M IQOit This will certlf r that two members of W immediate family nttor Iit1db milter! for jeors from ateiintrilnl irrcirultirtly lelna trwtwl without bonoQtb physicians were at lonnth completely curodby ouo bottls of UrndllAa'B I'ciiinlo Kcpulnlor. Its elicit is truly wonderful. J . W. Hthahqs. Book to " WOMAN " rnallwl FJIEE. which contalnl Tiluablo Information on all female diMauct. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA QA. Ton bazv vr axo jojiuaaiaxa. MR. SETH SHEPARD His Gre'at Speech at the Dal- las City Hall Auditorium. AN APPEAL FOR PATRIOTISM Against a Polioy That Will Bank- rapt tho Poor People of the Country Why he Supports George Clnrk. Col. S.th Shepard last night in the auditorium of the city hall spoke on the silver heresy of the car stable dem- ocracy to a large...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 October 1892

iHi li It mi ! I ! N r IV J i IV 4 I' 4 ! i i elf IP '1 i; ! MR. ETH SHEPARD (C0TWUK1) FROM tUOB SEVEN) wilt be a strong temptation on the part of creditors to demand the gold which cannot hk obtained and force it to a premium II theie creditors are half so meruit stuping and anxious to op press aiticy are generally pictured by the fervid ump speakers; who include tnem all in the vague epithet "Wall street." they will ccrUmty demand the gold. ShySock will demand his pound of flesh and the cotftts of the country will be compelled to give it to him. 3fevT thN day shall come the states- men who shall bung It on will call on the mountains to fall and hide them from the wrath oi an outraged people. WHO AVIU.TKOIIT BY IT? There are a Tew of our citietn who Wquld be absolutely sure to profit by the ''res and unlimited coinage of silver'' act no matter what might be the result with the remainder of us. These are the nunc owners;' the pro ducers of silver the ''silver kings" of 'California N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 October 1892

If The Abilene Reporter VOL. 'XX. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY ltfOKNING OCTOBER 21 1892. NO. 43. ) K HON. GEORGE CLARK .Addressed 2500 Fooplo In This Olty Last Saturday and Makes Many New Supporters. ABILENE DID HER8ELF PEOUD AND HONORED TEXAS' GREAT- EST STATESMAN AND HOST DISTINGUISHED CITIZEN. Hik. Judge Clark Given an Ovation From the Hoar of His Arrival to His Departure. Friday afternoon when the west bound train arrived there was a scene At the depot such as has never before been witnessed in a West Texas city. It was in honor of Judge George Clark's first visit to Abilene and hundreds of our citizens had assembled to welcome the distinguished visitor. The Clark club had formed long lines along the platform while seated in carriages were hundreds of ladies and gentlemen. As the train pulled in the band played and cheer after cheer was given and when Judge Clark accompanied by a" reception committee of twenty who had gone to Cisco to meet him stepped from the tram another hearty cheer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 October 1892

t t- 5 f y I w( rT i- V" fr 8 M 1 i1 " K! j. i ft V I . CITY DIRECTOHY SKCMST TOCIXTIBS. Abilene Commanderr No. 87. Kfitghl Temp- lar hold Itx rtatcd concltre In thrlr asrlntn r Ml door rotter A llnm bnlldlnic. comer :wth Second and riuo Uvcts on the cco:.d Jteiilar nlRhl in each month. VUltlng Sit Mtbu eorUalljr litrttuU to attend. J. (I. Crania Km. Commander. Jrn.O.IUnau.TlorlrT Atlleti Chapter So. JM 0 A. t Hold tU Mated convocations tl wr-oud Frldajr night In oftcb month Iniriclr ball thlnl floor rqrtcr and Rhth bnlliUag corner line and North Pocond atraeu 8. O. Jonxox Socrtrtarr j iur t e. ji. r. Abneno ixxts. o. sao r. ami a. it.-noW it Hated communications the tlrrt Saturday night la each month In their hall third floor Ivrter nil Keevea bulldtuc. corner fine ami North (tcc- ond strerta. V. 8. O Jouxtos Secretary. n.'B.'pooK'W.M. t-6.Ci.ir. Mecta every Tueadar night In the E. prr. hall. All vUlllru; brethren cordially In- i attend. W.U.TwrrN.O. VttJtO JAV. lUxrToic Secretary ...

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