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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 January 1893

lYWVfp 'V " Pr :" VjVl f.f 'ST 1 !"'' M" ' o ( ' ( ' '-I 7 u IflWPC' Cut . -'4 Dni-- WORLUI i SUCKER LyWjKrfiSiij . Sr"'i' Mora. Tin mUf- M&W JNHiMU. IsTfouu I a rot Hn coat MM TM ItttattniMllt. Mwmraof lurfutbMM. fion'tJ rnooat HiM-riMi itruxi-THnotoniL. Jiimtra-. ... .-.. . .sr.-... ; .: - i. ' I I yW ITC. At TOWMt iMtlOB) HIM LADIE'S COLUMN Prevention ef Wrinkle. Wrwikles ire 'often he result of a poorly cared for skin or the habit of excessive worrying or continuous ' study The modern American woman has Many cares and perplexities but these are in no way ameliorated by expressing'them in puckers and frowns. The vivacity and swift changing play of feature in bright American girls is said to make prematurely wrinkled women. Much of the by-play of ele- vated brows is forced and unnatural therefore the more conductive fo wrin- kles. Another bad habit wertien have is of contorting their faces into ugly ' expressions when exposed to the strong sunlight. This can by a little though...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 January 1893

ilP HNpJ m r j 4Tk ' 4 'ill'' Mm73Zl I4 r M I lf"4ww a ABILENE HAS Fom- K kei 0e tAkwy rr4t iammvy - s1o6m. $he tkfrtists. t JUgfet churches. or twug stores. i ewspper ttiafrtsfcare club. TW"W 99fS Oyer 5000 people. Five livery stables. t Twfe)weh-y Jtores' ' For barber shops. Iftve meat markets!. 0-ne.broeat factory. Ofte caiidy factory. . One gram elevator " $4$ 000 court house". .. Three photographers Three national banks. ' Twdmrcham tailors. 't A fire tea ice factory. -i Thee plumbing firms. ' "V Eght dry goods' stores. -A splendid opra house. Two Cftatauqua. circles.- J C t. One horse collar factory. One commercial college. Two woodworking shops Twp tin smithing houses.- One mineral water works$ Three Job printing offices. lour hoot and shoe Shops Eleven retail grocery st$re. Twc) press cistern factories.' One wholesale grocery house Thirteen blacksmithing places. .Benevolent and other societies. ' City hall and Centra) fire slation. One ticcluieboot and shoe store. Two harnes...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 January 1893

HI' -j t"' ... . '"8th ' gegvl 1' " I ' . 4 'The Abilene ReIorter. li.r:'. '..:..;' ' ' ' ': ' ' " . '.. .; .-':::.":"'.: .. '. "'.'..'iT.r-.'sir..:? .::""...' ; . .-...;.; u. :: ...... t... . . rQL. XXL ABELBNB TEXAS FRIDAY MOHNTNQ JANUARY 27 1803- NO. 4. KW8 NOTES. Jart. 19 Engineer Newton Rowland as killed in a freight train wreck four I miles east of Alpine Texas. Jan. 20 Cornelius HcrZ the finan- cier implicated in trrfe Panama canal scandal was arrested in England on the demand of the French government on a charge of swindling and corrup- tion. Small ppx is increasing in Brooklyn. N. Y. Six cases reported in two days. Hereafter new sleepers will be run on the Texas and Pacific between. St. Louis and San Francisco St. Louis and Fort Worth St. Louis and El Paso Fort Worth and New Orleans and New ' Orleans and Denver. They will come straight from the Pullman shops and .' wiir.be the handsomest cars ever seen in Texas. They will be lighted with i .Pintsch gas and the buflct servic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 January 1893

s .-.. .1 II. I. J ! 111 M ir" IV v IVft I i9 y - . - - - - li '' CITY' DIRECTORY MNURMORIH Ahlkn' Cowmasdtcy No. jtt Knlf hts Temr ft rwitts It suited conclava In their asjluin tWw dour Pbrur-A Kntm building corner . .'totta Boedad and Pine streets on lbs secoud WoeJajr blxtit In each month. YUlUng Sir tafbucorulaUjrlnvttea to attend J. a Ccams . v Em. CoftMoaader. Olo. a HftBts.Rorder. AMfea Chapter No. 1W R. A. H.-Holda tu MA sisjeTas ico&Tocatiartt trie second rnaarniKDi in tenth Intbelr hall third floor. Porter and nivniuuiwi lia.H .a.uu uwi I unci mm tmUdlng coraw Pino and North Second W. H f). JnRKina. Sccretarr. I.fus . K. h.j.-. AblidB8lilCTNo.aF. and A. M.-tIoldlU atana ooMTannlcatlons iho am Saturday night Is each month In their hall third floor Porter M Beerea bulldhtc corner Pine and North Sec- art streets w. 8. Q.JoRaeoK Secretary K.B.O0OKW.M. LO.O.F. Meets arery Tuesday- nlfcht In tha K.MP. halt AUTlaUlnj brethren cordially In- tttsitaaMend! W. IL. Turr N. Q. 1. W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 January 1893

vny J7 fy 7jUTr "5T-jp . ( f'T-'U'-ip' -up r-j '.'W"'!1 0 ft RCURIAL t! J. O. Joaeo( Fukoo Ark. tsursot -adoc ten yean ago j. eon .ranted ft. AETATA fWAACl litrvu Leading physicians tiresoribed lloln after medlciAe. which I took tbout any relief. I also tried moron- ana potasu remeates wbq unsuo- RHEUMATISM fal results bat wbichbroueht on an ok of morcurM r oumatlsm that le my life ono of agony After suf- ig lour years J. gave up an rcmeaica commenced using B. S- S. Aftor log several bottles I was entirely I and able to resume work. la the greatest modiclno for blood poisoning to-day on the market." Treatise on niood and Blcln Diseases mailed too. BwirrSrscino Co. Atlanta ua. iroc! THE FARM. Po-ches lnlleorgia. The home of the peaches is Georgia. Imagine what a sight in summer to behold hundreds of acres planted in peach trees' all lndqn with vdry finest varieties of this luscious fruit. Perhaps many of your readers would be surprised with the rapidity with which the cultivation of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 January 1893

rW T li f 7nwjr I ilteWneReTjorter. PUM.IHEB AT TSXM. KIDA JANUARY 37. 1893. !3 tMTW I70JSJW JR. Editor. th Retorts Building on Second Street. i Ihft Abtlenft. Ttxaf Potofilc u 8ni-CIs Mali Matter. I; natertpun maim. Qm jtcm .kk. ...... ....$1.50 Mtteetiu.. ...... .... ... 75 1 Ttfcuc Monthi...... ...... 40 Mil Tactile LoMd TUm TaMi. XAST-BOUND fASSKNGXX. ...................... 10:40 A.M. 11:05 a. m wkst-bound rasskxou. . .. AtoZr. m. ...................... 4:30 r. m Many criminals have lately discov. I ed that gelling out of jail is nearly easy 115 gewing ip. The signs of the times are indeed ouraginn for Texas. Reports ol pisaprOvements come from every sec- IOfti The government makes an enor- Mtms revenue out of the tax on aleho- kol and the liast they can d? is to see lfct the tax payers gets a moderately od article. The legislature has made a pretty Reed start and they should stop before ey create any more boards or com- SWssions to provide pbit offices for pro- wstonal pap suck...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 January 1893

c 1ft " .'.n r tees on high ll of cloth- tods and shoes from flesh to It ml. ill- LOCAL. 'T7n'lT"Tr'r"'"-""V"'"'T 'i"'iT "f ""' IHalc or Anson spent Monday jur Springer Fort Worth spent ay here. ' ' i i to Gus Ackermans for pure whis wines and cigars. Lev. Robt. Stuart returned from the Saturday evening. Hie fire bqys will give a grand ball Ihe 32d. of February. ' i m ii "om whiskey and alcohol at Jones "aylor's G'lt Edge saloon. tf. largalps in heavy shoes at Brown's exclusive boot and shoe house. pile Brooke Edgewobd and Cuvier i whiskies at George O. Gravest 35 iii I. iiy your tickets at T. R. Polk's for aecca's Triumph" Thursday Feb. lone crossings and culverts are ng the places of the old wooden the spring elections are. approach .and candidates are coming to the Allen Buell is the proudest in Abilene. It is a boy and boy X too. fhen you are wanting coal buy of f. Page & Co. 1 st door east of idsor hotel. 47'f )ans made on ranch and farm ' j ' perties promptly by Will Stiti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 January 1893

(' u W-l 7 ir o. rl r v BOTHER'S FRIEND" . fc m aoiavrtttealijrtwepared LtahMat Ml bamlcaai tmty kigredteafc to ef MQltfaMdYl!MMMi In eecuttent hm by tfc aMdfaal profemioa. It ateort- Labor Lmmu Tata DimiafafcM to ma oc.MotMr Ma Uhttd. KfoMoUMts" walled free eofc- THBum larorawjoa ana J43TvSSr 6B "" I MSrWA IH V MHMRi M XtttfcyfcB teuton. MISCELLANEOUS. tt Itch r Chimp at the Jokers Took hl to b. t was engrossed in my nngazlne as 'lfce tfrain sped on; end did not notice that a bride and groom hid entered tfce car at a small station; but my at ention was attracted to the couple in. rather an odd wayby telegraphic signal. Two yourtg men who sat opposite to each other across the aisle were making rem. rk about them b ticking with their pocket km vi s on the metal aim (the seat. "Sweet as a peach isn't slk?" ticked 'If tl'e young man whose .seat' was immediately behind the new arrivals. 'Yes" refilled the other. 'Bridal couple evidently." 'See how close he sits to his tootsy- wootsy." I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 January 1893

QEflfr fSH B ThkTr Mark taoa the best ATERPROOF COAT BlMtr fa. tM WrM 1 A. J. TOWER. BOSTON MASS. firOlTSEJt OJF EAST INDIA MAQIO. la Forty Say fhe Old Han Wat Hlteielf Again. The entire body nf the old mart was then apparently ' protected from the Atmosphere as well as from the ants; which in the east attack every .thing that is helpless. The colonel and his staff inspected the body of the old man and signifud their willingness that the l.remnnw slimitri nrrirppri. Tn thn if meanwhile four of Colonel Medley's soldiers had dug a grave ten feet deep in me inciosea vara 01 me uarracss and at a Restore from the colonel the old fakir's assistants lifted his body and gently placed it in a box sheathed With roetal- which was then hermetically sealed under the colonel's eye. The box" was lowered mtb the jombt tile earth Was filled In' the surlace was leveled and millet seed was sown over the grave. The assistants then departed under a solemn promise to return in tortydays. Colonel Medley a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 January 1893

'"J ."( V- ' (j' ' o I'ji 'M .M" ? f ' Wfc. 1' M fe i' 1: h 1 JtstU Iirly Trtjuiiif. In a recent interview with the noted trainhef iludd Doh1c a Kentucky news paper man got an expression from tfiat successful rein m in in rcgitd to eatly training which is It follows: !I believe in the eatly education of the trotter but training and educating arc very different nutter. A trotter to be long useful or to attain his best must be given opportunity and time is ncccs sary tJ opportunity for the growth of boric and muscle before he is subjected to a hard strain If horses could speak it many of the youngsters of to-day could do so they could tell of willing spirits and inadequate physical powers. 'The best horses of the future will not as a rule be descended from premature but mature wonders. Undoubtedly the object with breeders m the case of youngsters oUght to lie education and it is a Work in which much skill is required the absence of skill here often entailing irreparable loss for let i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 February 1893

V w Ml V'a: mvih ft i ' il tr i!-v 0 a . '.! AfcttiMCB tJBXAS TKIDAT' JCORlf lira VVXaXTAXX 3 IS08. 0t H" . ! u Ll Pl I i H - i' in lilt nig - if n i 1 ii r i ii mi. i Hi r .'. ''!'. "" 1 il III 11 II r I I H . ..! ii itjim ilili.iiUllii .'. ill. I i I .'in' fi i i ilm .W .. .1 .l.iUhin il ' f ' " ' ' I "'I ' ' ' THK ABILENE g . - - .if ... -.. ;.. .. . i ..'.. i .. i ..i.'.y.-' :.. i.' mji L. u.-x ...i. ...) .i.. i....ii.ii.i i. ...... i... n . iii. . 1 i i 1 1 ii nra '. " . i' mi' i. i Hi. i. i i i Him r. .. . ii . i . i in n . n n i i XVtLr vJJcv 1 rLtv A YOIi. XII. "' f: ft. ' ft ... j . . i .i.i.n.iUi r .r i. ii i.-i.i.i 'i ! ' Hi- '''' ' " .' " ' ' . i ' PLOWS " 1 A f ft 111 I pUGGIES W HE Deer and Oliver Chilled Always Give Satisfaction. A . t ' 1 . itiilebaker jand Miteliell 1K?AK"' fjf Best on Wheel's. eh if . 0blunibus stand this Cli- mate better than any other make. a Grlidden and Waukegaa Lighter than any make. .:. stoves; .); ' - " i"-" &:. World Beal&rs$1 i ' w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 February 1893

llO 7W:BMk HJUMB&i i'TtW . ''r;' -a ' f. syv:' fjWnWff --r ' r1- JP ifi i"""' Jl. M(l I :i ' if iHI L.-awa- iwt.-. . i v. . ' -:(PJunn iu ".?!! (:- &kHtf .VH 4. ih i- n tiszrc " ami i MAM t ' fcji say -"illlllH B J. X " &' '' -41 S! lUf- '! .i-.i 3 tlTV DIRECTORY. SWt?S3WStaa3MBeaaafr OaaMaafnterr tto. K Kntfttat ?- Hif nmruri w iiwtr aeyiHM kee4 11I1IH tmt m ar)nereet oa th mcouiI HlfM la eaOh Month Vlki Mr aifwny hiviin to attend. Llr;i...K.' .1 u wimw. -ltT (S X4M.lteconfcir Cfeetter No. lW. X. A. y. Mol4 Hi Vmtlow the agcoml TfrlJjrnlbl In w wwetr naij. mffl mor. rww mi btriMtat roruT M and Nort Se4 ? . . w.ftWWWWf IJUUWMMIV . jfc. n r. aLMH lWjfWf aO 3nevJc MM A vHbwiWSie JIB yJeMfc BlwtJI m Ulvlf iMHia TBWfl HOOF PBriWi awi ttttxru bitifcMiig. corrrifl o4 North S MTbH(U. corarriflo4 North e-1 jtt'oli !.'. !... V.VeoM TrTTftlr atMin U r wm. ah Twwinf wwBren corumuy HMfttaC h We Li 'o. 4t. It (rf T.MMH ipwmt TfcHrnUr BTnln M H CMtI Mall V1H- 3hH EalchM corWlr ItHM t ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 February 1893

m: 'V 17 '1 .J p.- ERAtHCATCS BtOOO MM Ofl AMQ BLOOOTA4MTi :TRAL JJ. ii. c c Tr relydcin! mr ivofcMn ef rmmnatrma Maud vowbn of the Very went tVm. Wm. a. Loomis Shuwifort La. irw twj wdth type. -iU. CUt CftfWLA CVC W TWOWTr0WM - t MAD scuorUtA Id 1S8I ftnd cleansed My awalaan rnillreW fmm II h taking Mm ' Wths o( S. S. S. 1 have not had any aynm. ;mm incB. U. W. WILCOX SparUftbwftS.C. HAS CUflCB mwOWH ef CASCS FKtf CAHCCR. Treatise on Mood nn4 Bkki Diseases matfei toe. Swin SpKCicCoAtlantaGi. THE FARM fEED FARMING. A Jj'ew Random Note on the Subject. VALUE OF GOOD TILLAGE. The almost universal tendency with western farmers for years .has been spreading out farming. Everywhere will.Otfe See farmers who out of choice had rather urt Over two acres to raise thirty bushels of wheat than to have the lieabache hard enough to raise that amount on one acre. There is a good reason for this. To raise thirty bushels on one acre requires skill fore- thought rare good tillage; in short tfiat kind...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 February 1893

Jt Pf53BBk&- W ni iu af ;t -fiLV aa SB .Pi '! fiW ' 'VIM MMMM W ntttl MMuMmW .il ! 9f!; - . -- ii I fS "J IK I " ril K BWwIw 1 i A "5 i t u AMktffc Reporter. PUtUtNCO AT rtBuuxRYa.iHj. Mlf JfOMJfK JJti Edihr. t)tataTaw1MMw4CStceSMt. wW AhBwi. Tmm Pe4oce ...... 4 ..... M4JMMeIttTMftW. 4 aeotmn. mwwnw. . .v. .)t.iIO!43 A M ........... .......lt:QS A M . WMtr-Boimo rAsNOt. .......i. ..... ....... 4:o8r. w. vp-........ ...... 43Q r. M. i ' ' ' Jaam 8 llaiaa. )aaas Gillespie Blaine died at ;tonori January 37 and the create shock although it was. expected. Tear weeks the dc- statesman had lain speechless wtcunsdous with occasional inter ducidness which however be- caaa of shorter duration and more M(iui.tu as the end drew near. TWe general breakingtip of his once fjowtrful constitution may be said to Ww dated irom his last term of office tmi Kc was practically a dying man he sent in his memorable resig- as secretary of state on June; He recognized how serious his ttoB was and refused ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 February 1893

t. is. H ..rt f!f" '" " f " ' '" '"" '" "'" ' ' .' "I'''1 i i"'i "". I i' nii ' II .! il mB rfl i i Ii t ii ii.tAliliillini I i I I) I.Hllillll liiWnl ' i' " ' ' ' ' ' k. '(.'- ' . ' T "'I f -fe' f .. 1 in ' -w" " ' . .( 'rj' V .V '. P VIYCS OROPPtD 50 Clothing -:- Boots and Snbek . . .. . ' .- - 7 We confess it ourselves. DEATH TO COST Our determination to neve carry over heavy goods forces": : in this cut. We will brave our losses Wv CIDZjDCDGED LOCAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. .We nie authorised to annpunce D "W. IWristen as candidate .for mayor atthe coming municipal election. John Mahone Marshall. "A '. is in the laty. 11 ' ' . I ''I T 0. Anderson spent Thursday !n IDallas. J. W. Gibson Sweetwater was liere Sunday. '- im.i.i.iii i i i i.i. i C. O. Donoyan is registered at the Windsor. H. M.HaskeWwas in town a few hours Saturday. Go to Gus Ackermans for pure whis kies wines and cigars. i in i .in i i i i . Tsje fire boys will give a grand ball on the a ad. of February. .I i i Corn whiskey a...

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

ti .. i" ; A 'I s t liV i li i S iM f III l m RlJ n h si 8 y$teiM lis jAHJrmc. &J&VZZ&& MISCELLANEOUS . T Lars Apple r Tsats. TKe Jove apple is classed both as a nit ma aho as a vegetable. It came 1m m first from Europe and for a long 1mm k was kicked and cuffed about mmI considered a3 a poisonous fruit. "ufcicti is nyt so but the plant and leaf to aotsonoHS and it belongs to the ywssaoqt family of plant. In its wwMtive state its fruit whs scarcely fit to eat aa account of its being so full of Mts. That was why ttbad to be cooked to be made eatables as it was atrtHfjy and mushv among its seeds aarf fcterally fu 1 of them. At first the fcnk was lets than two inches in (frame- Strand of a highly red color and it Was at hrst only used as a parlor orna- faeat. bticu was the case until 1837 niV moMicr; and I raised cooked aad carried the first into the Philadel- pkia market and sold it as a rnarketa' st product from our gardens. Tim m the first eflbrt in that remon to in ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 February 1893

iww' W"j- 71 .'" '. J isk iuf SUCKER TMFiaHBKAKdBLIC! Ul k WrrtM wlr. Mi 110 fcePBGW HOTS. Xntl KU RLICKKK k a Mrfect vfcHM mm. furi I awiUf ! iw of HatloM. fvmil raw n mi "mima jmna-'MnHon K- jnnttrt. rni.i : . . .vt"j- - ? ---. w-i I vJprrlflywfl RHi A. J. TOWER Morton Mm. FahlOH HeUi. Probably nothing quite so pretty and quitescr t decorative is there as the "bffmce trimmings of this season. The full falling bib of coarse lace while still in fashion has gone through many changes and is shown rrtade gorgeous tuUi iridescent beads haVing its pattern followed by gold silver or velvet thread or. dotted here and there with spangles of gold silver or jet. On black gowns -a bib of blark lace made heavy with gold thread is in vogue and a gold .girdle or one of gold and jet is tien worn as a proper adjunct. Belts after the Empire fashion have for their fastenings the four-bowed Tosette and this when made of velvet or silk frequently has each loop over lapped with broad gold braid and then...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 3 February 1893

fcWPnjH .. w'- ...-:' ' ;'"' -a.t:f-. . -. 'f tf ' MV ' v m y;(.t- . (i I :: Ll - Bi. V 4 " i : . :3 El ;tTS ;.. fiwi r rll'v IfV. V . raa&aw ' " ' ii "i " it4iwl. . BlafHe. M M.limTIt WEfCM if Mtt ''V GMrtt.V -i V THK. Most sagacious leader KSfeT- ; iamesG u ' Ai; (r ' v 'a . ' ' . f - ' 'f3$"4l'' ' ATKSIAi MR RANKKB WITli (&?''" THU 'paKSIDENCV. Alw. ! fholc. T MU rartr 8mm ICto .': '' IM.lr'eM it CuMM-l - ;' mit Career m a Tach-r Xdttor m4 Hfi STORY OF the life of James Gillespie Blaine even In condensed form has a fas conation for American readers f feSX 'AMI tbateannotbo easily created by the isdlrldantit.v of 'any other man. -;' Other men of note- wIU come land go but few will evor occupy '" -- "tho placa In the hearts of the masses so Jong held by Mr. Blalno. . I 3&g vr .... w ' wti-: i m i iii r I 4ftWKfKa$WBE I ) ij T i ' a upl i i I iTW j) I 1 t . . CAISK'S AtTOUSTA niMIEXCK. ;iq W sever was President Neither (fcrttreatnej pf those men. -Their a jmma-nm lire in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 February 1893

'Te . a' ' ' ' ' ' . rvv- ' ii- o a '2 il a y II it '- M -ul; '"( i . I 1 ' IJm ihWplii """ V H I'l'inr.l r i . .J I ' f AVbiv xii. ABlLUHTB TEXAS TltlDAT MOMtTXa yjBBRTXARY 10 1803. ho. e pdfrsp The Abilene jf Xviir vJJtv 1 JtLJtv I PLOWS " I WAGONS BUGGIES WIRE STOVES CULTYATORS COTTON flRTT T Q Buckey J 1 I liy JOj The on! KEWS'XOTES. Feb. 3 Ira. N. Terrjll speaker of be k?r Oklahoma legislature! was liven a life sentence in the penitentiary GuUirfc O. for killing George Em ees who bad testified against him in laad suit. Coflductpr Allison of the Fort Wbrth ivision 01 the M K&T.i was crushed i kath at Denison. After a heavy storm of wind and mow which prevailed in Minnesota all ft ytcrdiy the disappointing1 news (wceived that Another intensely cold waveiii kwpwg down from the north. t mkbilghUast night it was 44 degrees elow o at Swift Current 40 at avn j4bekivatFort Buffalo and 6 bW at St. Heka There is a tottage of spit cU m Mtianeapotis 1 smmB proipecit of geiting a sup. p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 February 1893

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