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

'pJWtjSjTr? 5V V """" y 1 'ft 'q r .- w ." kr v I -" I I JJ I III I'll Lll X. AJ H II to-"zzs. t . I This Trade JUrk Is ml in best WATERPROOF COAT SlSS. ' World t ctr a. J TOWER. BOSTON. MASS. LADIE'S COLUMN THE TEXAS BUILDING. Two Payment! Have Baen Made on it and the Third will Soon be Sao. plain mntclasfc cbats i urowu one inuimcu Austin Tex Dec. 3 Within the past week Mrs. Tobin has sent to Messrs Harley & Son the contractors for the Texas building the first two payments of $3000 each. People who have been inclined to doubt this enter- prise of the Yetfas women and to con- sider it visionary and impracticable must now acknowledge that there is a large amount of practical g"od sense about it alter all The walls of .the building are up and in a few days the roof will he on. That will call for another payment of $3000. The nexi work will be to cover the walls with "itaiT" at the conclusion of which will come the heaviest payment $8000. With a great number of worknun en gaged on...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 December 1892

0 L.J I t I . 1 ONCE AGAIN! : We Have Prepared We Mention Some for the Holiday sea- son by securing a line of goods that of the seasonable goods now in stock; and if ycu will visit our house fi are f" CHRISTMAS Dl Sure to Please the Trade. And we invite your careful inspection feeling assured that we offer in the va rious departments of our house many arti- cles rare and beautiful. We Have Fine TaWe Ware In Silver Fine i Table and Pocket Cutlery of Every Description We Promise to Show You that we have only "told the half." You may be seeking a present for a friend and at a loss to decide what to buy; if you are come to us. V and Cut Glass. China Sfe Handsome Fairy Plate Sets Fish Sets Ruby Rose Jars Salad Sets Bread and Milk Sets Fruit Saucers Cracker Jars Covered Butters After Dinner Coffee Sets Shell Bowls Dinner and Tea Sets Water Sets Etc. in all the latest and prettiest designs and ALL BEAUTIFUL USEFUL AND APPROPRIATE OAK Hanging and Stand Lamps. -:- SILVERWARE -:- In our Silve...

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

w I .. -fc.i !..- .-!- -I m -.j. t ReportSS: iOT :l VOt). XI. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORN TNG DECEMBER 10 1882. NO. 51 THE Abilene L- f t 1 .:. V jfcv IJ NWS NOTES. . v Dec 7. -The railroad commission for the flrnt lime since the McCormick decision issued a circular this clay male ing rates. It Is -an amendment to a circular and raises rates made on the Rio Grande railroad between Urowns- villc and Point Isabel and end or track its follows: Corn in car loads 1 1 cents per xoo pounds (lour 13 cents lum- ber 0 cents. Marshall-Queen City Denison Rusk Pilot Volnt and Nacodoches all report Idas of property and in some cases life from thd hurricane which swept oveT them on December 6. The flour moth has appeared in the (lour mills of San Francisco. Peter Klied superintendent of the poor house of San Antpnio; seems to lave mistaken his Vocation He is charged with drunkenness cruelty three aggravated assaults and embezzlement. He will be dismissed from the.office. Moses Walker lost his arm th...

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

' r. CITY DIRECTORY Dr.SYD INEY IHINCERrProfo$or of Medicine at Unlvertlty CeJfege London f tho Standard' Handbook of Therapeutic" mtuailu wrrte as lollowtl ho careful nnnJri of rrtif. AtttikLd arid others I Am wvtiH thui Author 6 "i'ro tho tfceilt WCIKTIK3. AMUnij OoMHWnderjr No. 17. KfltRhU Terflr VAN HOUTENS COCOA Is In no vtty.hJurtouM n Ittyrith And ihftt ItUiloeMPtllr jnoro nutrltlonij Uiriti ilffi Mr ol k tuia concurs in iiwr mjiuio IlKllir UlKT-IMIUICa II') UUUIUlltJiin 111 otta Hir- arnftu HO n Boor Forwr.A Rwre building coruef Sooond and Tint ureetR on the mw.i1 m ati'rrflrctlon orS'N Holma' Coan it thHfffmuntly rfvrttfd. unit lht rahl nulhoritttiMta injur it i thrrrbypromytnl to qh Harrryhnnthotne UfthnoulaL n 0 y ilr night In fuch month. Yhltluf sir ;Di pgraiuij lnruoa iq aiicnuu ninor uicoa. iiir)rinuiiT iuru nnui tnln iwlrertlsomontHt from Trade rivals Mrum my hook n 'iiioraroutit Sm Coramander Sxo.C.IUnnxi.ftocorder. AMfeiM Crtirt Ho. lid R. A. M.-IIoldt tut wtted con...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 December 1892

v fWtfpi ' "" '" '? TvwTf 7-?'.VS3p':irr iwf''f;'"5i'""'"''4""wrv"1 ". "jCTOfr w 'vyy" ' pwwTjJ1"'; frpw " rvrv" T " rv"'- . V " IT T" ' twj "rfi y"wT - IT'. .'A- '1 HSM HatTt ahtml J fflBpwritlMtftke hl. NthlnK ks It B weH s prptly er so Mfelj m Swift'i 8cclc. LIFE HAD NO CHARMS. For three years I was troubled with mU rwl poUon.whicncausea myappcuto '"'. mad I was greatly reduced la fiesri lost all Its charrtw. i ahd Ufa tried mercurial and Could 4otash remedies but to no effect J VgetBoreltcf. I then decided to try Q A few bdttles of this wonderful BUI Kedklno rnada a complete and permanent cure.'and I now enjoy better health than ever. J. A. Rice Ottawa Kan. Our book on Blood and BUlnDlsoasoa mailed I roc ... . I ' Swut BrEOino Co. Atlanta Ga. fry. f TiffT'wfr MISCELLANEOUS. ;i' i Th FaMet Milo VThe highc.t recorded speed cyer achieved by n locomotive was made !ri'ne-nda)t last week by a compound "ejigtoelpn the New York division of yJe 'l'liiladelpliia and Reading system when it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 December 1892

&i t O S u i lulu i .Jin -ii .The Abilene Reporter. pIhmjshed at ABrunns - . - TEXAS. ' " r ' 1 ' vi1 " FRIDAV DECEMBER 16 189a JOHN DENY J?. Editor. " 0afee M RKrornci BuiMlng on Second Street .. ' ' s"stf4lt;th Abltene. Thm rostolllce a ' Second naa Mall Matter. - Subscription Sttiii ""On' ycarjiji. . n. .... ...51.50 9fac Months....... .....'.... 75 Ttaee months.......' -.... 40 Texas and Pacific total Tim Table. tASTTlOU.SU rASSKNOKK. Arrives.. .'...1.10:40 a. m. Departs... w.... 11:05 a. m WgST-BOUHD ASSUGKR. . Arrives. 4. ... .....". . 433 r M. Depaiu......... ............. 4130.14 it. 1 1 11 11 f ..... ... 1 n 1 ilii p 3 ANNOUNOEMEifTS. We are nlilhorheil to annout.ce A. M ROBERTi-ON a CMnliilate for mayor for lle unexpired term of II. A. 'Porter. Election Decei'nber 27tn 1893. ' "' '' - - V11-- rr-ry; Ho. 52. The next number of the Reporter will complete the volume for 1892 and will be the last number we will print this year. We have never missed a number or taken the cu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 December 1892

nsrtr- V.J :- ' . GIFTS! rfV GIFTS ! - GIFTS '. iy A- jy-' .: i-v d jf if Sir '. .' J- YJ J - J (Ms For The Our magnificent Furnishing Goods Department is a veritable mine of treasure 3 for the gift! 'seeker' from 25c to $25.00 your choice of myriads of good things Suits Over Coats Shirts Silk Handkerchiefs Suspenders Collars Cuffs Rich Neckwear Silk Umbrellas. Blankets Slippers Etc. Etc We guarantee the lowest prices in the city on each and every article i Gome to Weil For six days we give the wheels of trade a mighty whirl by the ; tremendous power of actual unequaled price reduction. ' V For six days you can take your choice " ' 66 Boy's Over Coats worth $3.00 ftrf $1.50. 58 Boy's Cape Over Coatsworth $5 and $6 for $3. 52 $8 00 to $9.00 Cape Over Coats for $4.50. Boy's 75 cent Plush Caps for 50 cents. And last and best 300 $15.00 and $16.50 Suits and. Over Coats for $9.90. All Wool goods not one suit in the sale that wont cost you $15 $18 to-day anywhere else. Avail yourself of t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 December 1892

w "I tv I l 3 . " A remedy irliKD wtV7l afeouttoevperlerice ll OtiKU noou CMMMrtitrem mi tafatHnle tfcct- o f or.andobTtatet the tartares blcoo- ftaetnent leaeenlnc the dangers thereof to both nether and cmm; told ty all tin!. Bentby i expreaa on receipt of price. U ler bottle charces pre- paid. tl "jCftUlAT CO. ATIANTA. a. ViJUn j2 SW'V tM MiflfC iKJi 't JnU attendant nmmB m xur-'.t i TXE IKTER-OCEANIC CANAL tM. UlioU' Addrewto tho Hlcar gflan Convention. Tlie frllotving bv Col Tojin F Elliott of Dallas was ordered by vote to be printed in the published proceeding of the New Orleans convention as the ad- dress front lxas: Mr. President and gentlemen ot the cobVotioiv 'Jexas presents 1ersclf here to day by her delegates from her various sections and is glad to be pre- sent on this one of the most momen- tous if nut the nivst momentous as semblage ever convened in the general intetes's of all nation? of the United States in particular arid Vet more es- pecially concerning this sectio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 December 1892

I Ms; ttSB Vlkl TitBKt m ffl the WORLD I SUCKER The FI8M tiHANn rt trirra U .) m. ptoo't''4.1ll.kP Jtu a rr la Iho hrdat norm. Thr new i-ujMUi NLIL'KF.K la a Mrfrrt rid n coat. am korerstiM entire saddle. Bewareoflmlutloiu. Don't kmy mat If the. "Clin Brand4 It not on It. Jllnitra- iou v-Biauxnia nr. a. J TUWKit. notion. nii LADIE'S COLUMN. Xho World' Fftir. At a meeting at Armory hall on last Friday night the following ladles even appointed a committee to solicit sub- scriptions or the completion of llie Texas building at Chicago' Mesdanies R. H Parker president; II.Motugom cry and J P " M tslc vice-presidents; J. E. Cocktell secretary; frttieSwen- son treasury; C. Evans and J. irl. Pick- ens. The committee adjourned to meet otthe residence of Mrs. T O Anderson on Tuesday to formulate plans and take immediate steps to se- cure furjds. The following essay was read by Mrs. Tobin and requested for publica- tion so that it may be read by all who did not ImVe. th pleasure of hearing it....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 December 1892

o en 0 CHRISTMAS ONCE AGAIN! W ' i m rifji JUTT SrSf We Have Prepared We Mention Some for the Holiday sea- of the seasonable goods now. in stock and ifycu will visit our house I t son by securing a line of goods that are ft. Jl f fi nw wmypw u ipwf "iwi"- I 4 . I i i I i . I . i I L -fc A k . l I I j j. 1 1 1 JuluUliiuluMuUululjljfe 1 1 1 Jl 1 jSA' 2is3X3? 'v3a I - And we invite your careful inspection feeling assured that we offer in the va rious departments of our house many arti cles rare and beautiful. ' HI t -IL Jkl'll1 Ji t!'i We Promise to Show You that we have only "told thehali." You may be seeking a present for a frieno and at a loss to decide what to buy; if you are come to us. We Have Fine Table Ware In Silver China and Cut Glass Fine E Me and Pocket Cutlery of Every Description. K93J -JEh (L ga:MS?liMKKWl3fffW& Handsome Fairy Plate Sets Fish Sets Ruby Rose Jars. Salad Sets Breaa and Milk bets jjTuit Saucers Cracker SFars Covered Butters After Dinner Coffee Sets Shel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 December 1892

'""J" vol. xr ".. JTn . ".V tt ABILENE TEXAS .FRIDAY MORN rNG DECEMBER 23 1892. NO. 62. i' H I Tfffi Abilene Reporter. - . " . .v flUA . . . . - . . . I . ! . . - . . - 1 . . 1 NEWS NOTES. Dec. 14. A Washington .-d'spatch" av Sn.ifrir Mills of Texas sent the c '-following letter to E. Rllery Anderson. jt president 01 the Ketorn) ciuu xsevr ft! York city regarding the '.Crisp epHode; Col. E. Ellery Anderson president Reform club. New York: It is stated 1 by the New York StnVof Dc-c 13 that' I said to several democrats Suurdtiy ! afternoon of the iothint. that "Speak er Crisp has come to jown wiih a speech prepared but 1 don't think he will have an opportunity tp deliver it" and the Tribune of the same date says that 1 am reported to have said; "Crisp has got a speech ready to deliver at the Reform dinner to-night and has given itto the press but he won't get a chance to fire it off. He will find this is riot his show.' Both these statements are fake wholly so. I never knew Mr. j 4iai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 December 1892

'T?" '" 'i h till! 1 ) CITY DIRECTORY t 8SOKXT ci2Ttu. VOH U6.ST KNOW WltAT MKAN3 VKTlCv FERFEOTION IH COUOA 1 ? aSlttna Cptrtmancietjr Wo.tr. Knight Temp jir. hold lu ttTl conrUTe In their asylum ttitnl flDor Porter A Itccvea bulMIng eorarr Srth Sticotiil and pine trta on the w: 1 Saadaf nlgnt In earh month. Visiting 8lr Aulghu ooralallr Inrtted to attend. J. U.Ccniiii Bm. Commander. Or.o. a ltBiu.tlecordr. Ablien Cbaf4er No. 114 It. A. M.-IloMi tu tut?lconTtMilon ibfeteeotid rrtdar night In aoh month Inlhelrhau. third floor Porter ami Heitn building rorner I'lne and North Second aucca. W 8. 0 JotuiaoM. Secretary J. Rao M.S. ILP. Abilene lodirc h . 819. F. and A. M.-Itold hi Mated commtinloatloni the flrtt Saturday nlRht ta etch month In their hull third floor rotter and Ueeve building corner Tine and North See ndtrectt. . W. 8. 0.Jonweos Secretary. H.U. OooaW.il. L O O. P. Meeu emr Tuwday night In the t of P. halt All vlalUnj brethren cordially In- rued to attend. W. II. Tairr N. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 December 1892

a L mmmm 4 ULCERS cjCmccrs SCROFULA SALT RHEUM. V RHEUMATISM BLOOD POISON. these and every kindred dlscuM artels fen Impure "blood successfully treated by ttttt Mrer-falllng and bust of all tonics and MMAlclncs SB&BHf$SS Hooks on plood and Skin asu . senton ?ft B CO. J Disoaccsirce. rriatod testimonials sent application. Address Swift Specific ATLANTA QA THE FARM Fertilzers. The tubject of the greatest interest o' the farmers and planters of the United States to-day is that relating to the supply of cheap and good manures. The wruH in tni particular is ve ry- wipe- spread and therefore eveiy thing ft la live iq tyis t-niillcd to thoughtful con- sideration; no (act is more thoroughly established than the immensely impor- tant one that American soils have beeh undergoing a gradual 'process of deterioration. Ong'iully fertile to an extent that seems almost incredible they have been tn mauv places reduced to a condition bordering on steri'ity and it is a well known fact that the sup...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 December 1892

L tvf l T -J i. ll-f --g. i i i .!.-. i ' F . n--" '-----'- The Abilene ' Reporter. PUBLISHED AT ABILENE - - TEXAS. T j - i-n ii- -i i i . JiU'i-nl n AMi . - - -- i ' i I l I i . FRIDAY. DECEMBER 33. t8o. . ' " " "." y.rr.Ji. . .;.i.ii:lr'MC 0W JfOEJyy JR. Editor. - ' ;-;' ' ' ""7 '.fife. Office In rUroimtR Building oft Second Street. BniereJ at the AMiene. Tmm Postofflce s tccond-aM Mull Matter. 1 1 1 1 t 11 1 1 ir iri 1 1-1 f - 1 - - SntucrlptioB Kates. One year . ...........'... .51.5 9U months . 75 Three months.. 40 Tmm and Pacific Local Timt Table. lAST-ltOUNU FASSEMttKK. Arrives.... . ...n.... .10:40 A. m. Xerrt.. .... ti;os a. M WEST-BOUND PASSBJvCUU Arrive ..4. M .4... 4:08P.M. Depart... ..... ........ ...... 4:30 P.M. il HI fri ANN OUNOEM NTS. We are auflinriieil lo -announce A. M. ROIIrikT0i a candidate for mayor for the tinexrdrrd term ofll. A. JVitcr Election December 37th. 1892. .:; uh-j CiristniaS. On Sunday Christmas will onre again be with us and will be faitbfullv o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 December 1892

' ' Tnww?S5ffP7 v id r ( .yi'Mv iH . l i III i GIFTS ! - GIFTS ! - GIFTS ! Gifts For The Rich and Gifts For The Poor. Our magnificent Furnishing Gooods department is a veritable mine of treasures for the gift seeker from 25c to $25.00 your choice of myriads of good things. Suits Over Coats Shirts Silk Handker- chiefs Suspenders Collars Cuffs Rich Neckwear i Silk Umbrellas Blankets Slippers Etc. Etc. Y TfTT J J"I t -L I A.1 ' J we guarantee une lowest prices in tne city on each and every article. j Come to Weil's ft r.'x Por six days we give the wheels of trade a mighty whirl by the tre- " mendous power of actual price reduction. For six days you can take your choice 66 Boy's Over Coats worth $3.00. for $1.50. 58 Boy's Cape Over Coats worth $5 and $6 for $3. 52 $8 to $9 Cape Over Coats for $4.50. Boy's 75 cent Plush Caps for 50 cents. And last and best 300 $15.00 and $16.50 Suits and Over Coats for $9.90. All wool goods not one suit in the sale that won't cost you $15.00 to $1800 to-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 December 1892

T'w T1!' "r "Mrr "n"'""!"" -rj Vr -f"t i Every MUntfi mm eima writer trass Kxctastra at eui Mtfil Mmr dost knew ' i lni lata ct"rsr itaavi saaaaa n ufnir aw y Bradf!Id' Ftmalt RtiUiir CANTY. IWrfMHIl m4 HHKWlAt MENSTRUATION. Bakto "WOMAN" mH4 frea. MMTteiJI KHUTM CO. AHMta. . M r aH Pi Ma i MISCELLANEOUS. Baldheads Young snd Old. Our illustnous American elrctrician Kdison is no studying the subject ol Inklheailehess. He maintains that buld patwl pcbple die voung while people Mho are roofed with hair IiX'e long and he Injures that ai he Into self has a fertile scalp he will live to a ripe old ge. We cannot bcluve that Mr. E-Jison has ranacked the pages of Ins'orv for proof of his hirutc theory. We arc confident that if he can he tndu-ed to txamme the portraits of the grvnt. he will change hU mind on tlie su'ijen. We ore able to te1! him that very many of the eminent personages of the world who were shoit of liar even in their early "manhood lived to aj green Old age. and we. can show...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 December 1892

vf" r rr !" Vtfi f ' $&Vti's 'AH BR Th!iTA ViiklionthttKtt WATERPROOF COAT In the World t A. J. TOWER. BOSTON. MASS. T11titritd fMteru Ohrlstmat and New Yar Cakci. Christmas Plum cake. -Cream one pound Of butler and pound of sugar to. gcther; add the'beatcn )olks of eigrw teen egg one gt I ol molnsse. One pound ol silted fbur six tablespoon ful of coarse lour and one wineglass of brandy; beat' all together for five minutes. Add three pounds of seeded raisins one pound rf dried cumins half a pound of each of almond1? hnd liced citron well figured two ounces qfgraicd cncinut one tabltipoonful iach ot ground allspice tnace and ploves and two grated nutmeg; lastly $dd the beaten whites of the eggs. 'ix well. pOur in one large or two mailer cake lnfni'ds. and bake in a moderate oven for six hours; ornante nt pt-n cold with 'aucy ugar-plum and a. wreath of hol'v. New Year's Cake. Cream one and a'half pounds of bu'ter and one and a halt pounds of poudeitd sug-v; bent well with a pound ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 23 December 1892

"(r " j ' 1 .1 -iT" t - I OKGRATOLAfI0HS Trom Abilene'e ProgreBslvo Bakers a&d Merohakta. IKY All J0IILMTIHI11B BRILLIANT s CttaK OF TIE TEAR. TkeY Ketirs Thank for fait Fat ranagoaiia; Amieancs tkstTfaoy will Bar-put all Pre'noai Effort IB IMS dREKTlNCS rROtt THE RFPORTkR. Wc thank all our friends for (heir liberal patronage tn ibe past year. In their prosperity we have also prospered and are are glad to be able to announce that 189 a ha closed with unpred- icated activity tn alj branches of trade. This is parity owing to the splendid rops with equally good prospects for 1893; and again to the democratic "victory which means a speedy lighten ng of the tanfTburden that has pressed so heavily on the people (or the last few enrs. The future so far as we can foretell it has nothing but good in store for -es. The great world's fair will cause .am immense amoupt of money to fluv into the country and give an impetus; to trade such as it has not felt for years. '1 he Nicaragua canal wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 January 1893

r - ' Jratar a J..gWIVArj?jy - jj . ff. Vnrw- t-W v- - yg: wM" " MMHi rftSl VOL. XII. AKMiria TBXAi widay HostHixa Xajtctaiiy e ia3. HO 1. WW i ABlUfrNE KEPORTER. H B riaM - r '-.... II a rlxL r-y "' ; " ... " a.... . . . .. ... . r( ' "' ! I" J II I. 5 I ft.' r. it 1 If h tip & i h r C1 H0TS. Dec aa Deputy-Sheriff WillUm Hunteft who'was shot by Henry' Wills on Dec; 26. dtedt at Wills point this night. Willi who was also wounded will mover. Seven frame buildings were burnt at Huntsille an the levee; A number of spurious dollars and 'toalfdoMars are afloat in Waco. One uspected party has been arrested. The American express company has established a branch in Waco and will take charge of the M. K. & T.' business after Feb. 1. AVhisiky sometimes saves life as James lingers of Paris found out when returning hpme on Dec 28. Me was hed up and. robbed by three negro highwaymen and then led - to a crick where Ilia captors told him they in- tended to sink his body after killing him. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 January 1893

'VBWJfT i"-wjr.;-. w )' . if .a t ;. f' CITY DIRECTORY ' nan MunrtM. iy. jwjfcij niiwi jj 2S2; I ' a -TT- - tafk . hum. YMfctM Mr ; ittiMMMAa Jff'Va nt nVWPPswnnj IW1TI M HMT I nknnP A lhnnMtsahtj' snanttsttnaY MMl iiM MffflMi J la each ao. Yi riRTttMMMteaa. j. e. ccwsw. Km. CMUHaiWt tat43etalM tMMeil FlMMTKtM III MNk Meik taltatr kH. tM( Mt. TmMc M4 Smtm bBMliiewBrnM id Worth Se mm. w.8.o.Jimhmo. sntMr. j.Ka M. H.r. AMfetM fee Kb. St F. Mi A. M.-KollUa MM ecanauaHastans " Jg tMfe MMkht fcrtLMrirt Jfttw a Steers iMrtMtaf. eeraar Hh s4 Korth See- e samts. W 8 67 Joe Secretary. L 0 0.r.-VNH every Taeaday Btst In th K.ar.ku. AH TtaW brethren cordlallyla- TtMftoMimC WH.TrN.O. J W. lww. Secretary lw( Mm Weet Lode No. . K. of P.-M eeto Mr Tawsay evening at WsCaaUe Hall. VlWi tac nflttM eeriMally tnvRed to attend. S. J ltwnI. ot K. and 8. A.O;rj.W.-eetsTery ant and third Toea- 4r atffct Is kTot P. halt All vlUng brethren WtBg1 invKed. . J. W. Kvans W. W. J. S. Arringtou. Recorder. 'The Woa...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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