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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 February 1893

II r - ll COffiDOkHH). I-" tnadtentirch v of roots Ami hrb 1 fathered from th foreata of Ccorgiiu and has been wed by mllltoM ot people wun um peat results it C9BES AM mnntr ot Blood disease from the (Mtiferou little boil on your noso to the worst) caes el inherited blood lsnc such m Scrofula Rheumatism Catarrh Sto4 TnattM on Stood Mid Skk Diseases milled In. Swift SraciFic Co Atlanta Ua. 1 1 ii i i i f THE FARM -.-. ' ' Profitable Fork Making We may have a breed of the very best hogs food may be plenty and cheap markets may be handy and sliip- ping faculties nrsi ciass ana jet raise feed and sell our porkers without realizing scarcely any profit from the transaction to recompense us lor our care toil and money expended while our neighbor with no better opportu- nities perhaps not so good derives a hapdspme profit from that branch or his farm operations. Why do we find this to be true? Superior management striking while the iron is hot tells the tale The hoc is like a man if he is n...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 February 1893

M.1. J . wta :! '! hv 4i ssB 7 K it ! 51 ' T v ii F'J n j PL 5 f i)! u n iiiji Abilene Reporter. WiWJtMIO'AT JmnJuaittlJIiii ffctDAY FEBRUARY jo tti. ifcW- qaat jfosrr jr. -1 n - hi. f . iii ii i i ii i i . . i i RatrostraK Witts-jr! iU Second Stfwfc HiHtom. H.ifltow -JriM.-WiiWiiilii I SBn: Jn fFS BTsstnw (vhIHt SS anta-m.l.1hsssii ssftasU -"- ft jr75 TON MM )M'4tj 9- a& BArVO0N FASMKC iikifti4t ipi16:40 A ST. .... ..............11:05 A. M Wa$TBOUND rASMNCWU ....... .......... ..4:68 P. K. k... 4.. i.... 4:30 r.M. The great whisky trust has collapsed. One result of annexing Hawaii will W me admfesiofl of fifteen- thousand OtiiiiK:n to citizenship. Dr Jones has been sentenced to ira- l J efliaent for life fpr the Murder of .' UMHsir Veal. Terr little sympathy f. .it fcfc for the convicted man who has jwNm notice of appeal. "The popuh'slSiand republicans of Xmkss have concluded that the only wiMJbn cf their trouble In the legisla- luce will bo to divide tune for the rest W tic sc...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 February 1893

I" ft. 0 I Don'tJail to m the hocking reduction In til departmfsita at 0. fcapowtKL Broi. ll.jir..ilfcfM.Hn .impiM. . i. ... .... . " M . I ' '"'.; " ' i s Vft ate aslkoriied to taftotwee D. W. IWRtSTEN l CMtHuate for mayor at the loonbMjf mtmkirjlelcttam a i i oVj'' are authorized to aimouflce II. B. COOltrjs candidate for Hiayoi.at the coning iwriclpal election. . n i I - i i i t ' i "i i ii 1 1 1 ii i I. 1 . Have you had the grip yet ? i ' ' Jetse Canon was In town Monday. " I. ' ' ' ' 0 if ii .Read the world's fair fetter this etc i ' Rey G. V. Smith spent Sunday jn benand. ' Henry Saylcs and George P. Phillips refit cast Monday Go to Gus Ackermans for pure whis kies" wines and cigars. i i ' 1 1 i ' The fire boys will give a grand ball a the z ad of February. C Ed. S. Hughes & Co. have been liking stock the past week mi. Children's fine shoes' tan colored at Jrown's exclusive shoe store Corn whiskey and alcohol at Jones : Taylor's Gilt Edge saloon. tf. J W Gibson and James T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 February 1893

Ti T ("yp '?? '-) ' 'l if ftvv II " I y H !E5 PI5INQ V. BREAST L'.'MHf MUiuLf maii BwMM7ntaar I twin Win k ttli4M)M ItltabMt MMttrfnr rWMr t kaow. an wmhttov ee fee Int BtAWWLD W9CHXAT0 CO. MISCELLANEOUS. -i.i....i.i..Iii.i..i.iI i.i..-h . . i. . d-fi .mn i in iiirn i m in nil isim mi ! A IsiTtlf Ixptriaeat. The eyesight can often bft atded ma Hwwrtl without the use of glasses. people who decline to admit age is creeping upon tbem and they need some aid to their sight . KtUe devices to enable them to ..dtclpher small print or something that k mk quite distinct The commonest ( these is a small piece of card or stiff paper with a small hole pierced reifh it. The hole is Utile larger IHm that made by a pin but when )mM close to the eye it really acts Ike . Magnifying glass. To the optician Ac effect and the causes which lead up tk have quite a scientific interest but packtng generally the card with its tmf hole acts as a concentrator of the Kfht and increases the angle of "isfon ft a r...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 February 1893

fws "7 4 w E . '' ff r . l VNbTM SfarkfceiiNMtwt WATERPROOF COAT In tt WorM 1 A. J. TOWER. BOSTON. MASS Cllt4 leelpci. FRSttCU ROLLS. On quart of flour one or two eggs beta with an eves tabkspoonful of agar disjolved yeast cake or if the leaven ispulverir&J two tablespoonfuls ia a tumbler of tepid water; stir this well and pour it to the eggs. SiU the flour into the tray and reserve a third of it to work into the dough after the Hour is moistened. Sprinkle a tea spoonful of salt into the remainder of the flour and rub in well a heaping Ubfesnoonful of butter or lard; pour the yeast in and stir the flour in gradually. When the dough can be rubbed from the hands flour the board pr tray arid begin to work the dough upoa it; sprinkle down more flour; pull the dough to pieces; repeat this until all the reserve flour is in and knead the; dough until it feels light and spongy. The dough for light rolls should be softer than for loaf bread. Greasfe the pan in which the bread will be put...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 10 February 1893

. 71 H.lJ"".1 rii.-i" . '" .. i 'A- ': v .rvs&wn V." V ' ' I) 7 .-. ' TV"-?'. I tV ( -oWH"-' ' ...'w y; ."- ' :V ;(7 " I fSTl 51 .-- lnM 1 ti r ' ; ? r ; F? I jV 11 Hi-.; ... "f LttfCH . 3WSutyct of Qubr- PRIS AFFAIR A TEXT Ift-iMt Braw Affftit it tfh ; .' . lW kn . WP'W"W JMHiW tP 3mV4MMMrfcmMkY IvMt&m ujft ' VkAalk VaulAu ft VHMAM Sft tM trwM. VlWerthCaiettc ! Awsntf Tex. Feb. 7. (Special. kXtCi (K pt. twj mv v'tumj(m.cs nrjuyn- MMf brought into being by the re- cent lynching m' Paris Gpvernor Hogg ' :;osy sent Hi the legislature a message ; tei' unto b read with interest y'tfcfOjrjiOut the civilized world and V. ewfcmliy will it be received with dose jMtctt&ta at Paris. flerewith 1s given the message in !.lfc- ;i . s Executive Office. Austin Tex. Feb'. 6 1893. c Gentlemen ol the senate and house f representatives: It becomes my ..jMtforal duty to emphasise- to you the necessity of taking some steps to pre "TV.cflit iiiwti violence fn Texas. The re- cent ternbltf holoc...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 February 1893

vox. xit JOKXJK$m TEXJLS THIDAT kojtlf TJCQ TKBRUARY 17 IMS. HO 7 XWS KQTM. 1 1 . j.The United Stales goyern- has established a protectorate over Hawaii. General Beauregard wh6 has been oorioutly ill Row pronounced but of danger. j The county lunatic asylum of Dover K Hi was burned and forty-four in- mates lost their Uvea. The doors were unlocked but tke lunatics' did not seem to hive the presence of mind to escape. Sheriff George W Edwards of the Texas side of Texarkana died at his home there. The deceased was a very blc officer and his capture of the Cot ton Belt train robbers was considered one of the cleverest peiccs of work ev ' .r done for the state Albert Torregimo one of the best known police officers of New Orleans was assassinated in that city by a crowd of negroes just after arresting1 one ol their number. A Ipcomoiive exploded at Tyler Feb ruary 8 killing Fireman Jues Rasbery and Hostler McMnhan . Feb. io Le Ky a member of the well known farm of Ky Doc Sing & Co. Ei ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 February 1893

um.jg-KT.a-..jy ...n yi.l gut I II J tjj iMI W TTW Tyr. KB".-' w: ffvY. f iy tw1 i.vy"; 'I 4 . K . ' I'H it" ' ...- i t n t-;-' B. ' i 1V.) ''. V ir ' 7:'.4vv::s . I I il Hi I Will !. I lIIBl .H H.I. CITY tiMcTORY; Sfit&Asfssjcsfctst 4 Jpni -WMM fMtaHrii . CiHwilitwT T. IT Kniatrtv Tb H Ma t.tiittwiwt.T. Wi thtlr kdrtan. km Patwrttf Bcm aU4Uw. sotimt Saon4 and Hm Mm o Mm Mev r ntM l a. VMftla t or(Malty mrHM W.attmo. C It ii4Ma.1le0tdr. Jin. CCMH. In. Commander fiff 60WB eSKin tfcleind rriiHYHlitW iH iamtli M tatt Ran. third Boor rerter Mid liwn trHlMlw. center lin Mi NoMb fteoond M&m I WaaW. Mid A. M.-odha fMMad WMWItllteMtoM la ' SMnrday alt KMk aBBMk la tMr klL tklnl floor Porter Secretary. . OmV M. . . . . I. o. o. r.- trrr ToMr wm in mm LefP.Mdl AUVlaMtabfjMlCQtiMaUyla V.U. i WlllVV Taea- brethren J. jr lm W. W. le.Bfta.K.f R.a4S. . ..V A. O. U. W. Me4 Mrf tfewd fllWwMMt' Christian TMMMfMM TJnlow MM ereey Jttrt aad tMtd Twiwiay ta eaca. gNMH. 13 ortoc at Slie J. it. wid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 February 1893

71 r - u II (I I'll 11 SCROFULA jtrt.X.y. Howell Madford MaM. Mr ier MMhw bM bum owed of Scrofula kr tfct m frtftof bottle pt BBII after fcavfac t4 praoti other treat- neat and beiag iwtooed to quit a krroMUt9ne WUMH VM thought She poald Hot lire. I Otr4HyHttth9v oOmmmH. tarjr totofal .sfffck ifMcliap. yews it all otcs-fE" ftbe Per a year I had -3'(wiiiIllBojie hie dttfxSKMAVWT irM;My I wee TOj tataeed to a tKgmm Jk wWN W Wssv WKssW VRSl HVlVa eTV HH Oorbtrtfc eft fetoo4 m-1 fttln iwte w malted free. Im nui fnufiwvVnAUiut . THE FARM prmr Pis With the aver'sge farmer-spring pfgs are the most profitable Tor the reason that if they are given good pasture ge they need less looking after than during the winter. But if they are made mbst Kofitabte ills fully necessary that they (kept growing through the spring and summer as in the fall and winter. MOrethamviih any other class of stock kept on a farm it is very important that a rapid growth from birth to matuiity should be secured. At the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 February 1893

HP 'I i It w.:i 4 n1 h pt r l. I the Abilenfe Reporter ' &.- Hmtf AT AHUon - - - txxas. ilfcfDAY FEBRUARY 17. 3 JOJENY . diftr. m HTmiHii M Sewsd Stt. M Hm AMW Teste FpatoSfe-fc m JMHrKMMT. "" f.. t4ttkhfl3U ...l... ...... ..... 75 "T- TW. .i...;Mv 11:05 A. X wst-ouxd PfSilMOUI. lMtii...tivii.. 4! 01. P. Mv it4l.tJH4..V.. JO t . ft'f lf Kill filW New York nnafiaers re unanimous --frwif that the repeal of the Bawmunactwoukl stop the export of It pot generally believed in either 3wwtfc of the legislature that lynch- .tof cm be legislated against .on the indicated in the governors mes- Mr. Gladstone's Irish home tuIc bit1 been on the whole very favorably WwwedbyTrish politicians Michael Jfcv'rtUfidJohn pillon both endorse it St4rtaftfntcntubirshiCdjpctJally for MtnrfetMa-tkm of American sympathise iJll'lii..i..j w hi jrcwrau. Calberson is reported to have said iitM interview that he did not think jl CkytlaBd would appoint "him attorney- .fmeral as he had never received any MMMMktto...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 February 1893

$$$&? r - J j " " Mm ivedflnetai- le oiotnmg in )hevioU at tpowski & Bro'i. - Jlii ii. i-iiinn.. .i;. ji..i.t-titl..i t 1 ; ; iy...i dm- i i jOOJLXj. IJSSJjlU ?i i .'.. .i mi xvoracjXHB. V At atilhfYrtt(l In nnnnnnri- TV W. fRIStliN a candidate for mayor at the ntng municipal election. ;V are iulbold"to.&rinQtjncd' II. B )K 'as candidate ibr major at the coming jpat tiecttpn. Abilene needs that big elevator. S- W Wright spent Monday .in fctaater. MX Anderson spent Monday and esday at Roecoe QoloGus Atkermans lor rjure-whis-f; wmes and cigars. F Alexander went east Tuesday I be gone several days. r Corn whiskey and alcohol at Tones Taylor's Git Edge saloon. tf m 4 in. i ii i 'mm in i ! $300 buys tlie correct style of fe es1 shoes for this spring a Brown's. M. ii mmt "Hoffman House Hoquct" the finest (gafn the city at Gee. 0. Grave?.. 7 1 . I.. S The firemen have postponed their all and will give it the latter part of rch. ; Arthur Anderson- returned to Colo-. City Sunday ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 February 1893

:if. "'EMM j L ku . j -i. . 'a . . li'CiSBBBl ' ' " i J . ' 7 ' '"I-1 . ' .. - jftJv' -timi rMmiiA Wv ik M MMMikUt ms. .t t j' iu k. .LifiSSjjjjjjjjjjj'BjBS ''; . '. ''.'' W i C! IT i3. L Si I H .1 .V . . .m w hhhtvtiiu Timiv kfl fv r -ritaMBHiiHKB . . B a . - m I WMluw iw Ntw Okum whtch urunt- MflUBBHaSNV am B . " - ' SW wwmgm Texas prince ..;;.-4 Jt IM S ...... vtf. 'j.i V;' . jffi&fr wh-.t. ..! iu au.rrt.1 .w. i m flp iH t iecoru a;4o i-s in race i ww '; ... y; f i . : Mltl$MH SHHHHPH Trial 3:26 timed separately m r . 11 I H V 1" . ;rv J .' '- .'.. 1 . Jm . m"- .ti- KiATiS. .'. '.-'.' mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm-mmmmmmmmm.m.mmmmmmmm..mmm Wgm. Jmraft" . - .ai1 ' ' wCttulHf V'TT.i ' '' '''-litfSF UUtZAItl 6U V . V-M ltj..A.l Oik ....- 1 ' ' w ' l I .AffiR. b v) .. nm i ik n-nxv --r. - vwUlN 1 ni. v0 . t . ItfUSOl&l !m Kew Orkfcn wlttcti urunt Sdemftded the prompt tdn- i & t&ttttmeM 'cowtro! of the wcmw': It k rowwkd o all Kks tht the tta canal iv a coBHVcrcial ivc- tp the peo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 February 1893

' tr 'i u -fu Tie Bat Waterjmf Cut hi tli WORLD ! CKER ThallftH UHAvn Mil pntoC a4 will awn 7u tr. IWW rUMMEIj BLICKXK k a WMW4 -hU Mil. mt koranUceMireiaddl. Bewartof laKaWoae. Don't ItauravMt If Uiurteit Unna-'taiiatMH. iitatm. jfd Ctetn a . A. J. ToWaat ten lOij laltti PenBti. Perliapsr' ill women arc not aware that fof "aaKuiR" the peanut is an an pitting substitute for the almond and as tt is made less expensive it is worth white blcaow how to prepare itr Being this moment flushed with tri- mr) my effort at the "salting" today naying proved a shining success I will while the matter is fresh in my memory "fell my experience" espe- cially as some of the- "things1 I did were done by accident instead of "by direction" and are therefore discoveries. I bought the green or unparched I peanuts. This was an of course pro cedure ana would not be mentioned Except that already two housekeepers who have eaten ot my salted nuts have asked if I started with . the ordinary roasted peanut. I us...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 February 1893

T mw 'n' i TSi w : i! ui) "pi" m m 21- v if. ill!' Xf m m r L ? H RtFOitttMtfe Wnrlirs Fair Bureau. i Chicago lilt I-Vbrturv i5ii. 1893 Hulel Kicmnortd c. Actr (oid of very handsome turley ) jpiri lurnW Via bceri received alt the Texl hti'lldirtgv frorri an enterprising .v east lexas ltitnucr company ana wm ihe ued for wainscoatinpr m the build . te'jj I; -would tw a-sptendid advertise- kttCHi 10 som other company to send j enough" of the product of its mills ' xi door the building. I understand kt hrc "Will be published a catalogue .' d distributed from the Texas build- 4 . if whfch will show the name and 6&e$s and donation of every donor jV-ofeUher material or money towards '. the Texas building. The lumber re- cetyed is from The Yellow PmeTram Hc.Lunibef Co.j of ColmesnciU Texas nt which Air. W ft. Arson is manager d the lumber received is worth about " $tooo Some enterprising quarry firms m Texas should send some blocks f marble or granite for the steps to the porches of the...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 February 1893

I) Uj. i " I l I ft 1.1 II f. ni.fa.f4 nifc.At.iil.t4iiHii) mm ft i inliMi mfc ftn.Qtihfin nri y 4 ml.niW Reporter. AMLMflB TEXAI FRIDAY MORtflHG FEBRUARY 24 1803. KO li- su Adtt T7KTT7 TfXWS KOTIS. Peb. 6 Rulus Hatch of Wall street yme after a long and eventful career I as a nianiputator ol stocks during which he has several times been on the high $ and lowest rungs of the ladder is d- jng at his home at Spuyton DUyvil in comparative poverty. He retired irom the stock and produce exchange in. 88t the year of the crash in the Northern Pacific a ruined man fur the last time- and h.is since then taken no active part in the speculation. His late associates in the senate gave Mr Carlisle a dinner at Washington Speeches were made and it was point cd out that Jtfferson Munroe Quinhy Adams all stepped from the treasury to the White House and it was aked why should history not repeat itself in the Carlisle's case. The senator was ob- viously affected by the warmth o hts .greeting and in ret...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 February 1893

I. it I' j stmJp&t tMaJku "r -1.111 1 tim n .... 1 j. -- . i. t ...- .! '. 1 n. 1 aWMi it. l u pity niHFnr ry. ; v .';.' 1 ff U i" 1 " I V.l? r . YtftV ll . M V1 y Fl-4 ! . .jLJa. A tif! 1 1 L. IM AWW C9aH(rr Xo. ST Khlht Tetnp- KofcM m KHH CWBlTO in ineir b'jiuio. kW rmf' WMires nullum corner SetM and lint Mima on in mcu.ii ey htynV. tt Mfh "ton'11- "luting SU tutwruMiiyinTiiea. ioairiio. 4. I vriutip Rra. Commander vD.lUsi.Keorder. AMten Ch.Mcr.No. iw ft. A. M.-lloldt lu OoUTtieaiiona iDesrcona rnn it night lu ek Month In their hall third Hoot Fetter and ere balWIni comer Wh and North Second met. ' W. . O Jono secretary. J. Ran M. K. M. r .... . AMKm I;Ods NO. 3J9 F. and A )t.notdtlU ewtted fioetmnnicattont. the nttatoplay night Whefc Month In their aalljtblrd floor Porter as ftMTe butldin. corner Pine and North 8ec- JMretu. . W 8 O.Johkww. Secretary. tU . Oooa!W J. i .. .. I ft f tr jM4a Trr Tneadar nitht In tha .. lull. AH Ylnltlnj brethren cordUUy la- Kaa Kl MH-1KV. n n. m-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 February 1893

O V iey aUTcwtiQr AMI Wit's SMoMlft. 'fh aMttM h.U I IMMirlUM Uui Imsli ' swabim atiii Ajtlit. hn IknaofnrtkirtlK kntlnrw1a Mtonhfctat; the skvptlcal and U16M WllA iCmimiA .nt.lv A thll lthrlctoa'atUlL Tbere boo blood .etdtet. FoltoBt outwardly absorbed ef the NNlt of H diMMM from wHUa tAl yield to ttta MtMt but atmte MMldr H H M Bnequalod MlLtmlhtatiitkeMMdfeebtocattilldKeMi atC from fanpatw Wood or Wtkenc4 TKaHtj-. MfocAtrtaHM. towels ta proof. om Btoed aa4 Bkta DteeMed nutted fee. JrnwlHl Sell X(. wnt 110110 oo. Drawer S. Atlanta Oa A Hello From Shiloh. A dispatch from Brenham Bays: Dr. . 0. Hynes of Brenham received an express package from S F. Blythe Hood Uver Ore. The package contained sword upon the blade of which was in scribed "Thomas 0. Hynes Co. K. 17th Reg. La. Vols." and on the brass counting of the leather scabbard was cratched the name Hynes The sword was lost by Dr. Hynes at the battle of Shiloh on April 6 1862. le doctor was captain of the Catta- loula guards which ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 February 1893

vtw ?" itt H "1 i.; R m ATM l 'mmm ' . i" AraiMiA 0AiFw4-i H IXVUKiWG IVCIJUILGI. it ' r V: MWMMCO AT i'ii& iwun. - - - nxii. r.-rj'.':;';.;'!' " '.. y ;ar'. ';': a fri MY FEBRUARY 34 riot. I '' ' "1" -- .m 'JkUKV unit Mi rp jFIvi; fc Khar . rrrr;:1. -""' r""j. Ik tKMHt BaiMbut mi &mn1 Jtrwl. ?.imr-' -tr : ; - - M tMAMldM. TesMPottoftoa WcvvMI'vHMMI Hall wftivCw 1 ' I ' '" " '" lMIM'II.IWI' I " 'fcit MMths . .. 40 V Z- - J I J SAST-KMWO rASSEKGUt. irf fMWifViKMiUi 4... (..... lOMC A. M. ff----- '-SA.1 11 5 .. 41S r M. 1 fii.. ....... wi 4j30p.it. ! . ' r lschal had a walk-over at San. his majority being over ' v Jttdge Jackson was confirmed as -- - - ...- x . i - i m'c sujjiviuc vuuu justices on ;L i'FdKuwy 18 jH The Dallas snag boat: has gone to ICT'11 duuW- cr"v under the f pwmnand of Captain Wherry. By -1 jffi- ai f rte electric light with which. A pw ; fitted work will be; continued vnightacd tfay ; A bill is before the Maine legislature ! taet habitual drunkards with th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 February 1893

41 4 '.!' PERA i l' -. ir n i 1 i SCWW MAYS WELCOME. THE TEXAS FAVSIUTE. THE FOFOT.AB SOUTHERN AOTBESB bI&HiELBHBlMkv r UMIIII l I I l.lM...Jt .1 !.. .Mil. ie Solid Week. Monday February 27th. New Playa. New Songs. New Dances. MONDAY NIGHT the beautiful French Comedy 'Daughter of The Regement" .i.imi.... . i --ii- n i--' i- -t 1 r --- - - --i 60 and 76 cts. Reserved Seats on sale at T. B. Polk's. LOCAL. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorized to announce D. V. IRISTEN' ns candidate for ma) or at ihe ning municipal election. .1 .1 i I We are nuthbiized to announce II. B. )OK. as candidate for mayor at the comtntr uniclpal election. Abilene needs that btg elevator. i i H I ' i I A. M. Friend Dallas was here Tues- iy. Opera house every night next week mnie Holman. ' ! There will be services at the Catholic lurch next Sunday. Capt. W. J. Maltby furnished over doo trees for Arbor day. i i I $3 oo buys the correct style of la- ies' shoes for this spring at Brown's. "Hoffman House BocjQct" th...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 February 1893

Vj. u " ;' mm'fmffftsfJ WrFmR u ' f. ' . . Mta I'" i if! i fw A JwMftMTt Wkw T Kvnt m 'H&vtkmaiimm.. JlJpk k.i84-.M& Rfchri P. Powell f .Cbciwitfi M ttt Si. Jantef J lptta4fte lowtrwas ot boom tbe fcqMvt i wr History. " SobkKow or : Wki itere'wtre but two coronrs In A emmtf of Jf e ffentfm. Owe o tHese m kck4 m HNUf)gSm And the . Acr out eiwewhere in th rural ' Atfrktt where no be ever died. I a reporter on tne Heraiu ana : made friend with the fcitming cetonet. 'New railroads were built all around the city mines explored and all kinds of im ents gong tm. Of coarse there were accidents. the accidents oftentimes brought I trot on the coroner's jury my cse and when I served my were $350.. Sometimes there as many as 30 caves a day and imet ksn than two; so you see that .$ lived on the sunny side of Iasy atteet while the 'snap lasted. But it didn't take long for the hangers . round the cburthOuse to get en ie. and when they began to howl the coroner had to change his jury and th...

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