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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 January 1893

23 I I I I ll "M I: It It n i'l MTMEBTEN MONTIS. k tooabl om skin fMiM MOMd )M tO KMMD months. Med bw ben by a fw dam um of M. If. Wotrr Uppr Marlboro X& & SWIFT EOIFIO I M cored Mvcmiywm ago 6f wtilCq swelling t lay leg by uatae; MM and bAYp had no symptom of n ffJHHB ttirn of th6 dl MM. Many froJet pfeyafeJaa attended ae ted all talM tmt B. 8. 8 did tho work. IAcr W Kiukpatkicic Jobnsdn Clty.Teaa. Treatise on Blood and Skin Db- mailod free. Swift Srxcinc Co. Atlanta Ga. THE FARM Combination Horse Salon. In the last few years since the breeding of trotting horses has become one of the leading industries in the country the growth of the combination sale business has been remarkable. Where in former years a firm held two sales a ycaT spring and fall they are now holding from five to six each year with their books so well filled that sales must be made day and night to enable the number of horses catalogued to be sold. The profits are so large that some of the companies are ma...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 January 1893

iw ' il 'I I 1 " ; .. 1 ' . . . ' .'. r : - v ' . i gal f.H WR. ' - M: ft r&l . ll' - cwB a 4 TM ' cm v jVtertt' : mm Chi I .k a 4 Abilene Reporter: rVMJtWDAT - . . TJUCJLS. IJJtIDAV JANUARY 6 1893. OHH HQENYf .A Editor. in Rworrw Building on Second Street. rlhfertmdl M t AKHun. Texa roetosace as I .V lUM&JJLua Wall Matt- ! !! . WW IWW WW I. - tt44tfl91tU 75 WKW tl . ................ 40 Tim ad faetto leeal Time Table. EAST-BOUND rASSENOBR. ..10:40 A.M. .... .. ............... 1 1:05 A. U wwrr-pesD passinoki. ...... .-..... A:oSf. u. Itaaarix. .... . ... Aiinf.v. jywy ww..i.ii.h ..ib m AfcHV"" "" ' 55"?5TW -7i-mitfti JM '1 tcfc -. 14i- "4jeewee. . ZiZ T 'iiMmi'i M.nsMr.Ts vn&ifta.i. j3j3 fJMtttr Thas tlwy Hava Iter leeri. a" Many iaftjHiant improvements 'Astarei arid ContemplaUd During the past year the system of eement sidewalks lor the business portions of the city was completed on ;X the principal streets and the work 4nt yt remains to be done on some f the side street...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 January 1893

V " s. " fa a- n hbc.". if- liOOiuli. hjl Sttoes for the girls ami boys at Brown Mrs. E. Andrew is in- Dallas this HWCfC tt? Mny new enterprises arc being dis- 'cMHed here - i - " - - - ' This promises to be a year of plenty and prosperity. 'r JHuggics wagons and implements at Hi A. Hancock's. 35tf. i.i ' . ' . Gt5 to Gus Ackfermans for pure whis kies. wines and cigars. r "?! Ttrrtwn caIIt ltii finnst l.lrtit"' nnct ?lls. V -I . :'.1. .... . ; misses suuca in mc ntan i-i if 1 . ? Read Lspowski & Bro's. notice of iemi-anhua) clearing sale. Buy your coal from Jennings & Kelly 'i i i Men's tine $3.00 shoes go at $a 50 at Brown's. ii ' Hamilton Browrt's cloth top button at $2-90 at Buown's Sho Store i-i Geo. O. Craves his made some eat improvements in his bar room Belle Brooke Edgewood and Cuvier Club whiskics'at George O Graves. 35 ' I ( I Ml ! Take a hatchet and some nails and straighten up the loose pickets on your 'ifence; . ' . The semi-annual clearance sale - commciitcs at...

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

Afei T AH 1W s 11 i It . FRrENDM IB Mill IB TO BMt.ailMr-KrltMM am.. WiiX'f' Ksmsjftryr "' MISCELLANEOUS. A Pretty Ckntm Itery f rem tie PtMM;er' Qflca. An otd Christmas story was recalled to A visit to Postmaster J B. Harlow yesterday of a young lady 18 -rears of age. .Kvea years ago while Major Hatfew was superintendent of mails a ktter came into his hands addressed to Santa Claus. Gus Smith. Dave Hays and other post office officials were ma drug around and a discussion arose a 10 what should be done with the letter. Major Harlow contended that jt could be opened by any one whq iNwted to be Santa Claur. and some Me dared him to open it. He did so mm! found it was from girl of seven. In faulty grammar and shaky penman' ship k besought Santa Claus not to fscget her because papa was dead and rnartt was not rich any more and cteted with a modest list pf toys she -wanted. It appealed to the feelings M die Baen and the. case was given to lite letter carrier on the route to in etigate. H...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 January 1893

u' Z 07 'i. F SUCKER Ti-ra Til Mlt latwjrof Cut hi 0 WORLD! IUm RLICKHtla imiIM wlr. HBlMaVnllrvta AlMltMvtMftafMW. ThJ iMW rOMMBC Ul.'KKKI rfect rMhw coat MO mtm Dm entire MMla. wrof liKtloa. Lon'iJ Mnracoatlf Hi"riihnind"ltioonlU Maitra-1 lJ Clkxro ftr. A. J. TOWr.M BtoB. Mus. J repress 01 phorWvery ure jpimc( Dainty Evening Dresses. The gay season jn which young women have the opportunity to show their dainty gowns will soon bepin. "The holidays well over all society will be plunged into gayetv and even now clothes are being prepared. The novelties for evening dresses are satins of very light grounds bro- caded with dresden china designs of samall blossoms sprigs of forget-me-not tiny carnations convolvuli or rosebuds. One with pearl-white- ground has flowerets in which blue prevails and is made up with a guimpe of pale "blue satin with empire puffs on the long close sleeves and panneis of blue in. the full skirt. Another has a pale blue ground with tiny black specks woven in it ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 January 1893

I) JL 4 cf aft j d m Aj t JQ 1" I' JJ Mil hi I i i -! IWI IM iliU til TM1 10UDATI. J feftfcV 4tSfMi LCTlHf TVe KoNiWjr kmm just doted has been the otff9)Metolkkttoriof the "Queen f Um IValnes " There have been dinner eeeptiofw family re-unions weddings baits sssid ewyfKTng tfcatwoald add to the pleasure f ike week that k. given almost who to en- JaymWt The reception u Swnmon'a college opested. tfct season rnd Istose -who attended report sn 6isgly pleasant evening. This wis fol. Jawe4 by Christmas trees fix many of the Swa- sh? school chilife. family re-union and TjiTeaT apfrsach of -1893 served as a fore aratafctothcyoarfc ladks of Abilene (hat ffcetr Leap Yearpritilees erc aoon to end. rolJg'b;r thia they Wedded among them- ssVga wot to let the year tat by without at Iet one more attempt nnd as a result the "Xeap Year ball of Monday evening at Armoty &a)l which s a decided success At 9:30 te orditotra pealed forth the first strains Of the graftd matrix which was led by T. R. rt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 January 1893

( Abilene vol. xn. ABILENE .TEXAS FRIDAY MORNrHG JANUARY 13 1803. XO. 1. i The Reporter. ' "" ' ' "" ! N . . i . i ' ' ra HIWS HOTES. Jan 7. .The special press dispatch describing the lynching of Calvin Snipes end the pitched battle between the sheriffs' posse (urns out to be an en- tire hoax There has been no distur- bance whatever at Bakcrsville N. C. The penstock in the Cunnnigham electric light and power company's dam burst when being filled for the first time. San Anelo however will Oon have. electric lighting and power in spite of this disaster as the company will set about rebuilding the penstock -at once but with galvanized iron in- stead pf stone. Misfortunes do not come singly to Wells Fargo & Co. Early in the -morning $aoo were stolen from their office at Juarez. JR.- T. Hodges an attorney of Paris Tex shot B Mathews' through the neck. It is alleged the shot was fired in jelf defense. Hodges was released -on $500 bund. Geo. W Hargraves died at the county jail at Fprt ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 January 1893

'' hwj2 II U -' - 22 I mi ' i i i i i -V ClTt DIRfcCTOItti ;i '. t ' LVMLhI- rii! i V-ici ii 5 T ' 'J- '- '-.- -i v y BSapSB BfcpferWBtSJ Uj AM 0S rAHWWT.- 4 wtt balUiln. eetBf i nn WWW oa the aee:. l Meh mom. VteltlB (Hf . 44NMMt4. H wBCif MtfHneaU rGa ana kHVRnV JffHW IumwbaH over Mmi eivlllaed Qk M ttTC o l Coot. it' V; 'i & ' ly HfcTlWpW.f ftWWL .f ' ftIHHWMM I 'W 4 wam -i j W owWNi mmam mim ' X " mtwk." IP' ' JI.. ' BBr? ' e9ta BBsW Ite mm MT B J JlaPiK'' rafter V i bbBJ&t bbbbb! laMm AH) k UFtbT hUmMS mmw I I ; & s .. m : . v - j ; My S 1- Jit. ;. i SLOT . are . . ?as t" .f.Tmx.fc " ii W i - . .si L& t - ' . IK ' t Til b.- WW i?h-L- HsK f m;; a- It. 1 R. A. W.-Woli Ha Ik MeoM FTMMT BWRl Bt miiiimmtiww.Mwitoef rowr 'otter BB. MWM.ittitnH- UK nonn beeoro .iTa JMKioit Secretary-. TO JCl ! 1 P. mwbUbibi the ftr 8wday night r imm. (BKa boot rorar WMr Hae . Nort. 8e$- 0..feM0x (Secretary. . to. ..-i mmy Tne JBt in the M?4 P. ten. 7AM JRG M tslatlyln. 1MVHMWL (B.lHnnu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 January 1893

f'W 'fwr i''- H -""- m "ff" '"" Pimples . . AMB-. i Blotches jfMK MVWKIKM Tht the blood it . wrvitgt andthmt tutor is tndcav rtto f thftvi of the impurities. AMAitf is se beneficial W assisting nature as Swift's Steeifc (S. S. s!i Jtitm ximhie ve&iMle tomSetmd. Is harmless to the most delicti child yet it tones the fioistn t the surface and aSmlnates iff run the Hed. ffisn leb'fc! !& se c Mood poke J. C. Ioni. CM HmLl kvk Kulfmi- Art-'tftA.' natke on Blood n4 Sldn DfoeMe mailed entoi iwufic v AUHU USu THE FARM Reduce the Acreage. ' The following sensible letter ap- i peared In a recent number of Home knd Farmer: Farmers can now plain); see what . reduction in cotton acreage has done for' the cotton farmer The price . opened out this season a 6 cents per pound now the price is 9 to 10 cents E'er pound Now I would urge my fathers to reduce their acreage ntxt Season at least 10 p certt more and raise supplies at home. If this is done it wl iiuure iai to 13 cents lor cotton . hi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 January 1893

?3C".t h m -msQ m '.j fle i ittg Vj II- f irv " B?? ''.' Ia-v"!.'1 ; - -c.:sll. K .f:-' : '. . wj 1. 1 - ... u M 'i ";! i -iSflu S f 1 t-'--. a? f- II 'Aftl IMP i ' - -- Abiteae Reporter. AT MS. Jw "Ki'iUlliii i ml taut si iifcuiisniifciaiins. . -;. . . i rmiDAV jamUary 3 m3. " i !.! in .i "'vv-.Mj f. Mm .) .mi j iifc.ii -im - f. ' t' ""' "'""" SSSSBH M sfe fggajh IsiSSllsWflbSSllSi SSfc (ifSMISM WAssk j I'' '"I till I ' i " i.i.ihi. KiMlt-lTif .ii i. m.!... i nj..l i wt..'... .........5i.5 i.t... ...... .. 75 ... . f .tWB flMsft ywfcssW W4 JCHIV- JEwBW .t.......l......I0:40 A M. ..... t. ........... ..I1.-05 A. X ..1...... 4:30 r. M. Cttkraa' Hwlsr.. Great interest was manifested in JUb 'JJi JttM ssssABh Iy..SJSJ MM C itfl IBMH 1 U r 'V" "" -". .! afcil. ... .w mj J " " ' "in 1 HIIHII llliHBIIilM ''nt speakership contest on the 10th yittj" although there had been plenty ' irtdfcatiofts that Cochran's election f-jjw certain over the personatadminis- ssrtfoB' candidates Gpssctt and W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 January 1893

ft ' JuOQjXj. J. tat I Cotton is still coming in. "Johii.Eaton spent Stifiday herfe' E. E. Radford spent Monday in 'Dal W L. Gatltn arrived Monday eve- Sam Crutches Sweetwater was here day IV Harry Harris left Tuesday morning Gonzales John Bowyer went to Eastland Tues- ay on business; i i Henry Montgomery went to Fort forth yesterday. " '' ' J. W. Gibson Sweetwater was here few hours Sunday. 1 See Anderson & Anderson's new advertisement tp-day. ' ' m ' i ii Go to Gus Ackcrmans for pure whis kies wines and cigars. n i i' ' I. i ii' ' The ladies of the benevolent society a-re doing a noble work. 1 ' ' 'i ' " Corn whiskey and alcohol at Jones It Taylor G It Edge saloon. . If. ii.. i m ) m .ii.iii.mi. J. G. Curric is spending a few days at his ranch in casttand county. Postmaster French of Merkel was ia the- city a few hours Tuesday. The fire boys are laving praise heaped upon them by our people. . Geo. O. Graves has made some eat Imptovements in his bar room. Belle Brooke Edgewood ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 January 1893

ppr1 -- 1:11 ? 1 ! R4' . ii Br w 'J' 's" & i? d ' f"st t . w. a- - w msv Lb HiHmr (4 Mm Llj Mr AU. AllliltTl MMHlAf f . i" ii i i i i i ' iii F '' MISCELLANEOUS. tkeri R'tkB Mt Skips . On .the steamship City of Paris there '' t SreweBj wjio teed the fiery Mrti.of 54 (ufnaccs that create steam "H nine sfel boilers. Fifty coal pas- ? shovel the fuel from the bunkers . tbe furnace doors and the firemen snc ii m. There is something more Hmmk mere shoveling in firing. The lacker must know how to put (he xmh -en so they Will riot burn too ' wwcVhrVQ? deaden the lire. He mu bOw to stir or poke the tire so to get all or nearly all the caloric it 'WK atmcxtMi- nc iiiusi kiiiiw nuw :; obtain the best results Jrom the iWctsh coal he bums on ihe voyage to KFeir Yoflc and the Anitncan coal he V wes on the trip ea$tard. Etch kiud requires different handling; Onth the 'Yesuk of -a race eastward Im been de- mintd by" the .superior knowledge W tf. tiundlfng. ot American coal possessed by the win...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 January 1893

mv.'.t WKW ffi W -' - b r "ri r" " i." o . T U ( o .- I I fpr' 6Ei? . :? ...taSBBBBBBBBBBBB. H BR tWiTmd. XikhMtbbM WATERPROOF COAT r TWT A. .1. TOWER. BOSTON. MASS. ' ' f - ladieTcolumn " ; ' ' 7m)iior Keiei. Satin is not going out for from it. xqwite satins ate in the importeis goods with shot effects and charming designs suggesting the jovliest twists 4mk1 bows. Satin ribbons therefore will not be a drug on the market just yet for those why have them on hand. 'The spring and summer of 1893 prom fee to be remarkable for artistic and picturesque millinery Schtch plaided braids are much seen in light and dark color arrange- ments often with gold thread effects. The latest novelty is piisse braids the braids being in small folds Mara liouts in colors and Turkish effects of short silk threads are new. Gold braids with narrow Turkish-colored marabout round are considered the latest novelty. The seams of the new nine or seven gored skirts are satin-piped or colored with a contrasting co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 January 1893

VCI rJl ( it & t. at: tA a1-. 'iL. S? fiK?. s tfs ' u 4 14? 1 Wfiiffy ' if ' 'it (0 -.... i .. I -' " i '.? i 'f ; Waii.i.fy .i.lnn iwwn 04Vf .' MVXI F1ATA. V aj ; it DenlnnernU fta-Uter Tmt ta BirtMrM City Jnam w"Wnwj "Jn y vsm jc iiwvn new iu. .....in. '. i-.'"imi"hi ' I ' ' " mi'ii i.mn . i i I. miIuj i..i.i.i.li.iVi-.-i.lii'. 'in :rVCMcf When ll beaWKng hows here they jiitiecmid . OfrtM Lonis FktMl of Dallas Ytxas.it mi the city viekjng his com fade whom he h not wen since the WW. lie k afopninf at the. Hotel Immm. The cantata rhongh a mere tooth at the Mc wm probably the W fWtiKr nt the artillery of the army of retHMHMtc and acquired ' dnrtngwtncd renntntMm for skill" cool MeM and bravery. He was also a fry tkdfed artmery lactkian and but fur Mk wttreme youth would have been nameaiiiionid and placed in command T artillery. At the battle of Baker's cftck he was sighting and firing the gn tht General Ttlgm was. direct Wf wfeen the krte" was struck and lilled by a snot kern th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 January 1893

ggggf -..-. -s -(v-..(u -; - ty j u BBBM null tn i im ill iii. i . ..I . i ii" i it) ... n .i n i Jlf linn ) n i M ii ' I ' ii i i i i i i I - i i ..ii.i rrHE Abilene Reported ; . ! - . i. m m a i . ' i.t..-M.i. .i .. ... . fa .i ..... M . . .... i . . ; -. . .. i i in !...';; ; ; ' ;'" 'rf ' ';"T' " ""? 1" '" !nll'tT7T7 i TT " "' Tiff TT"T "T'rTTi; 77 '71' -' i"? l"'fTn'!!r.r."tT' ' .""'Jfl "" "" VT "J" .'""7 r iJ "'';'' ' ' ''-."'' " ' T 7 '" " I ' : ' '.Ii "'!.. ' ' ' . ' tj - nni..i rQtXVL ABILKMJ5 TEXAS WUDA.T MORKrKaf JAXUARY SO 1803 MO. X1WS BOTH 1 Jarw i j Theear coarh of an cast bound low central train became de- railed arid Ml iiy feet to the ground Of its eight occupants two were killed and the rest severely injured. J. E. Hurts charged with killing John Sullivan at Houston was refused Mil after the examining' trial. Seven years imprisonment is the penalty iL Mason of Gonzales Tex. wiH have to pay for raising a check of $ 25 on the National bank of Galveston to $2500. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 January 1893

" a ' a t " ? .. ft'-aW. . . J!-. r ti ixijl.ji.uyL.tVii. i'"1 Lg r H f .. Srf' '( . ' " ' - J n CItY DIRECTORY w tfp1'ffHyf7 h wir&tul MttMyaMi or iTor- ATrnLD ana ouiow ara tuiisi VAW Ab.UTKN'8. QOCOA MfUtTta. I In a mv lalnrtowi tn lioattli. and ihatltlmlocliimUr Woro nutritious than AMWttV WVISHlRvHfy fl W "tt aJM(PwtT'l a WH ottier Coeoa. it i eertalnlv 'thtro' anil liUrhlr Ul-elble Thu rtuotHtlona In ror- tarln advertkioBWBfai ( from THta rival). frommr book on ThrapoutoroquUo MMaBHM.-sswswrrotg.wiyyapr.lfg VAMlIOtrrpoiCocov.". A JS7a(i reKmo oiah M otriBXV OOoo. it thut tfrrtnlto rrfirUrt. anil t vtrt autScritv Hint to infur ft i$ therrlv pmmptttl to nlr U a ttrv handtomKlettiinonlal l ana inatiiiauociaiM -o" and lilchly dlii'-e'lbl rlyaw l fron tor book ihb Cooo U lAua r -.Nii';"v" : y r aosaa iw mwm roaciava m wear acr nua. mw rafter nearer ehwhiht. nwniw meomi Nra & bv meuib uu we iwiui r MM HI (Mt aaonia. VMKief 0 i MtHlljr invited to attend. a -L Dr. YDCY RHtrtPr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 January 1893

o -b s s Witt spicirlc tntire tyimt elwiMattHg allfeis&nt frem theBle&t whttktr tf scrvfnout er ildrM origin this prtj- rtfo Ass n4 ft fA . . is "'oj tighten month 1 had at H r mf$ngui I was tnotid tf b lcal fkfsUlan; hut tUrttud M rtlU; th sir Cfaduallj grfw writ. Jlnalff ttoi S S. S. and vat tntittlj turtd afttr using a few bottitt? C B. McLemopi Htndtrtdn Ttx TREATISE on Blood tad Skl 1 Diseases milled free. Tiisawirx arBcmcto.. - Atlanta Ga. THE FARM. Kales vs. Horses. Tlie great majority of persons even the friends 0 the mule e xp'eri ence a feeling akin to derision towards this animal when comparing it with other blasts of burden. The mule al- though a most useful animal and rep- resenting on the aggregate a large amount of capital as -6tif census will show. receives very little notice or con- sideration at the hands of our agricul- turists. With most farmers the mute is considered the embodiment' of all stubborness and mulishness and ob- stinacy are synonymous terms a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 January 1893

r a A : '. .& H r . .' 1 l .lafcv-. " PUk sr! 1 If 5? jT-. U H JjO a? riu (C- u jva . K- r v ti- M' t 1 JoHn 'i- T JoJm? ' MSB' f J in I '" - ' Km A&fenc;- Reporter KMAJOHtB AT TXXAi. lDAJA..lMfcY ao iSf3. .6liir XOMNY JX JEdihr. t la. Rwitm "Hi4dijr en Second Street. W h Xiftrta. Texw fortofflco m JSecoM C'taM Mill jailer. aijsaaaa-jjs JBBtB JbaaijaAr ......... ..$1.50 mm s4 Hiih Lm1 TkM Tail i... ....... -.;.... ..10:40 a. m WKT-BCHJND rASStMCkK. -Mnt Aft iTt ...rj..;-w 'DifMki4 y.. .'... - 4:08 r. X. 4:30. r. . The IstVff ral. By noort every partof theihouseof cpsenttives was crt ded. Ex- Gave rrtof. Lubbock and"Rbbert.s were present but Ross and Terrell who at t iertded the previous inauguration were absent. Tvler politmans who'liSd been firesent in t;reat force In 1890. were also conspicuous by their absence Abe HamS being the only TylerSte in the-house;' ttfr Cochran announced. that the two houses were now In ses sioti fdr the puqose ol innuguratine tiie governor. Pray...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 January 1893

i U V u j -it- ? L mi Jail to 8. La- )Wki Sc Bro'i cloarinr .r j . . Mue or aiygooas oooti 9&OM clothing to for buying etowhere R t Will pay tp paint your houses. " ' i 'i " A full stock of notions at the Red More. 3-t Frank Sterret Spring Greek was m town yesterday. ' " ' m John Pratt returned tp the Indian .territory Wednesday. .. Go Jo Gua Ackermaris for pure whis kies wines and cigars The fire boys will give a grand ball n the 2 ad. of February. Tree planting is a. necessity that it Beyer pays to put' off doing.- v v ' ' ' -t Corn whiskey and alcohol at Jones tc Taylor's G It Edge saloon. tf. '" Bargains in heavy shoes at Brown's $ the exclusive boot and shoe" house. Alex Pnillips was confined to his ' room the first of the week with lever. ' .Budand Tarleton Mlddleton are at home from the ranch for a few days. The necessity for the re-organiznt'. n of a progressive committee is upon ut. vj .! m ' pj S i'lcn a suues arc sun guuig ui uui- jPKains at Brown's' exclusive shoe st...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 January 1893

r-- V ') -M 0 DByciiwpM RWLEBUm Hre)ientpOMaMes Mperb Tonic rtfca Mid exerts awoariffid tall. : ia toalajrup and rtwgHwmiwjfWr ojarmng mrougti the mpu U imrmritie. Hehh iU th guaranty to reik from its use. - . B . U M .. . . r whig MMMWi IMfWi ACm r(or tArtan? cpftalaat.lon of $91 oooarRtfe of which About fea.ooo is Mock and $19000 bonds. Th? bonds probably represent ihe approximate cost of the road nd equipment in- chiding real estate. The stocjc would then represent the valine of the right of way. In the Boston case (he right of way is worth $62000 a mile on. 348 miles of track. This is the enorrnous gift that the people ot Boston have presented to the West End systtrri and on which the fatter is ptying dividends. Trader " 4. ?? MISCELLANEOUS. uj f TtaucaW. atftnaf eflBt "1 Snw. smstm's the New York Jlfca are the most profitable of all j s6ck. A brood sow undet good .isMMftftgentent may multiply herself by i twtwtf w one year and repeat this ex- tem penormance tor ten years ror ea...

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