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

" -I ' r '' Li 1 rv. i- ' MTlMyWnMS4ttll6 bltvi. XtklMic i K to well so p rtMptlr fcr so mMjt m Swift's CURKS WLUL PUSH Bpeclic r.TTS MJLD MO CHARMS. I For trirea yea i wu mma- M poison -which caused my appetite to fall in! I was fcresuty reduced lit flesh and llfo ost all It charms. I tried mercurial and tash remedies but to too effect I could -etno relief. XthenedtotrTflMM I few bottles of this wonderful A . -. T UL- AJh.Vta. J klt. A l ire. and I now enjoy better health than ever. m J. A. Rick Ottawa Kan. cure! Our book on Blood and BklaDlsoosoa oallod fcoc. . .. 4 tJWllTi Dixuuiu sv.t auauut) um Tho Pension Pillage. That the subject of the revision of the pension list will be made an im portant consiaeranon in mc next ad. ninistration seem to be among the ccessities. The .lengthening of tjie Em utyoiiu nu icusuiuiuif crcuiiauic imensions even at the present time. lth hundreds of thousands of cases Bsiill pending makes it a subject for nvesitga'ion ana silting mat shall ilace the...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 March 1893

1 1 " ' " "". 1 ' -' i' K tmJkJmw9m ji.. .1 fr" i) i i"n "' Mia 1 bm 4 THe Abilene KfeOarten r it i'-" -. . IHUHD AT . w - . T. aw mUDAYMjVKCttttti. & ' ...::- :tyjr ..-1" "i '-r yVJTjV JJbM9f JR. Editor. p i' L i . . - i. I I Wte ta Rmoxt Building on Second Street. V . . . . I ll - ' t the Atllne. Texat. Poftoffice s Seeqnd-CUu U11 MaUer. i ' ii i' i i i year....... ..............iw 4Tteoflth... . 75 TWee ontli.......(........... 4 Vsm ami JPadld total Tiu TabU. KAST-BOUNU VASSXNCK. Aw... ..10140 A.M. Dftt.. 4 it:ojA.M WtST-BOUND t ASSMSi .(..... ......... ......... 4:oSr. m. Dqpara... 4!3or. M. -if Buck Kilgorecan now kick and the people generally will believe him sin cere. Governor Gray of Indiana is ap- pointed minister to Mexico much to the chngrin of Buck Killgore and his frknds. TJiejicw boat purchased by the Trinity river navigation company has a maximum speed ot fifteen miles an hour. Dill as means business. Twenty-two degrees below zero in Xmnesotn ice gorges floods an...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 March 1893

It) WEIUS We are showing a stock of Clothing this seasoiUhat is remarkable in many ways and surpasses m as- sortment and variety all previous efforts. In quali- ty and make improvement are everywhere appar- ent and in buying as we do for CASH closer fig- ures have been obtained than ever before. 1 ! OPENING NEW ARRIVALS DAILY. Spring Suits and Pantaloons the richest hand- somest nobbiest line of Tailor-Made Clothing ever shown in Abilene. All the popular styles and pat- terns ranging in price from $5.00 to $25.00 Suit and $1.00 to $8.00 Trowsers. MOTHERS save time and money by coming di- rect to WEIL'S where you have one of the hand- somest and most reliable stock of Boy's Clothing to select from. We are adding new things in Cheviots Cassimeres Worsteds Etc. at prices quality and make considered - 25 PER CENT LESS THAN CAN BE BOUGHT FOR ELSEWHERE. Furnishing Goods We handle the Wilson Bro's. celebrated makes Neckwear; Underwear Hosiery and Shirts and Neglegee Shirts the best fitting...

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

PMiauiroaH ViL ' 0 UP' I) ft hgp . .: . "4 j tl m V "Mothers' Friend" .mm .tllM.-X7lf M4 Mk4 NTIlktWMMMtkt sookxxkls. jhxotta.. wmmwafr r u A. Soatkera School Jluttrv At last an honest and organized ef ferts u bfeing made to have soutnern yeth taught honest southern history. That the schools of the south have been using and have in fact been - dependent upon bfased narrative from otthern sources of that portion of the oth history in which Sectional piidc tt -most deeply interested is beyond question and the fact as humiliating s it is inexcusable. The noble sacrifices of the south during the war. involved heroism in every rank of soc'eiy are untouched in hese common school histories which re used And yet these sacrifices are nong the most precious memories and heritages of the southern people. The great .battles with the inequality of BUHibers and resources speak for themselves except in cases" in which the (acts have been deliberately falsified 1 as has often very often been done. ...

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

ji f'- fifiqpwKv'; - "rt:ywwr' 'v'' ".!'Ti5 't . - m ' ' I . . ti 0 " . . I ' " r i - ' L '' '"-" i i if i i mi mi j il III I --'"' I I ! Ill III! I I TlMBest faterjwof Coat In the WORLD! SUCKER Thi flSH BRAND BMCKXK U wtmnttd water. w.i.ndwBlltMnmlr7lnthotrdetlorm. Th '" J .u. ft)1Vtfl... 11.-1 . - . . new ru xbmi Bi.i.twrj rnwi rami cwix ana cTithnulr . ewtrof Imitation fionu i hui inn m mi oiiiiu iiia uai iu i uniiri. Ctlom tn. A. J. TOWER Htnton Mit j Pablio Roads. The vast importance of good roads is conceded by all. yet but few know how to estimate these values in dollars And cents for strange to say that in this "easy-going free country we habi- tuate ourselves to feel that if we own a wagon and team and drive it our selves that the day's work costs us nodi- ing. This s certainly an erroneous view Of values. A wagon and team costs miney. The team has to be Ted the Wagon needs repair and both wear out in a few years while the driver has to be fed and clothed and is worth fair ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 17 March 1893

i a J-!! '. H- Hi XirWUM Texas Central Jte- ettalirlfc Subject- cf a J ' v IylHii2e from the i i QavWcar. ' The governor Iras issued a special ' JKcisagc to the legislature based on kite investigation made by Mr. Nalle f Auttm into the Houston and Texas Central receivership. It specifically charged that 50 percent of the compress charges col fecial by this railroad went into the ' private purse of the receiver and rati Md official and not into the rai!road tattsurr; again that the management generally was corrupt and that unjust rates were imposed on the public to enable officials to build tip private fortunes; that these officers held their position by virtue or the authority of the federal courts and that through Ac federal judges were duly notified C the criminal administration of the property under the receiver no jteps were taken to prosecute those guilty. A. great deal of documentary evidence all of which was given by Air. ' Kalle under oath is called tosubstan ttate these cha...

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

(I ' C " "V ' ii ii i i i i ni i ii 1 1 ii i i i i i i lit n -- ---1- ...' - . - - --- .--. ""' '" i ' ' ' -- i !-- i. .-.....i -.. t - ......i rJl . . ..-..-. ... -.--M t- iiiliiwJiitni-i 111 iilivi-j mi ii I r in "I Abilene Reporter. vol xu. ABtLEKE TEXAS FRIDAY TCOkKTXG MAfcOH 84 1803. HO. 1. TThe ''; . v t i h .: "J ' ft ". r ; :4 ' ' '" it j :ni :ir-ji;.T3rif iMtnwaff tamMem 1fXl fti'Q$Lurttx IMU IF '& ft. M "ft -TF 4 j '!'?o fi 1 . . 4 4.m. V r r. vT ws ? ;t:WS' v - w'r !- iKi-i . ft. - . "? - i VERYTHING V" ! can be seen at ED.S. HUGHES & GO'S. - t ' ( tHat is kept in a large Hard- ware and Implement house. Call at our store and see for yourselves what we "base the "statement on. Yours truly f. fe i i 4?" -i ( l ". ifrl i : r Y.N SJ i ' . . . .f'st.'-jt ED.SHUGHES':&'EOi 5- ."- j- . ' -. . li! V Sf ?. ri NEWS NOTES. March 7 Ed. .Pickens was tried and convicted at Wichita for the mur- der ol W.S Green son of Dr. Green .ocksdale. The murder was com- mitted in the'Ch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 March 1893

). C ptv 111 I Ml ) ll" j ii 3 if- i I - r p. CITt.DmECTORY. aj" vj!m.' Jbter o CfMlM. AWMtm Coknt)err No. ST. Kntf his Tf it urns in wniru ciinciiTB in ineir avjiuin ubqt j-oner imin uuiiaiiig. corner Bcconu nu i-)iio in.Ti on in teeoua T nlxhi In men month. Ylslilug Ulr u contlallr Invited 10 undL . rf. U. MURIUM Km. Commander. . D. Hini(i (.Recorder. AMlen Chuptrr o. tw ft. A. M. Holds lu naea convocations inesvcoua rnueynisiii ill Mfc Homh In their hull tlilrd floo. Porter and Iwh building comer ltn and North Second Wf to. W. s 0. Jonxnos. Seeretarr. J. Kid. M.K. II- P L . AMlen Uk1s o 368 P. and A.X. lloldllu Sttfd Communications the lint SMurdny nljiht ta aaeb month In their hall third floor Porter M Reeves tnjlkllnjr. corner fine and North 8c- 4 screeta W. S.O. Jonnoon Secretary. iH.RooKW.M. L.O.O K.-Mmii eTerr Tuesday ulKht In the ef P. bait. AH t!1Ud brethren cordially In- Hed to attend. W. H. Twrr N. O. 3. W. HAMfrmi. Secretary. Staroi tbe West Uxlrv.No. . K. of P. Meet my...

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

lV ? "It II U LOIRS ANOKRt 6WOFULA A4.TRHCUM RHEUMATISM. LOOD POISON. these UM etery klwlteJ 61mmo arising m imtmro Moo succeeafullr treated by At soWr-fUlB fcsd beat of all toalca and dlelnea ft AAA WH3 XHSKTC XXX Itoots on Blood and Bkln d and Bkln x rtlalssonton ""V cifio Co. YV . OA. Inbouecauco. printed testimonials Bent pn tpUcAtlon. Address .Swift Specific ATLANTA he Cattla Tick and Texas tfevtr. We have received a bulletin of the rkansas agricultural experiment sta- ont containing an account of experi ments with the cattle tick as a cause f Texas ever or southern cattle laguc. A number of pens were jade for the tests and all were en losed by another fence to insure inso- tlon. Cattle of different aces of the lass known to be subject to the fever ere placed in these pens. lhse ens were polluted wim manure o city from infected places and in me the hay and other mods was berally sprinkled with water thickly ntammated with the manure In no bsc did animals thus treated contract i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 March 1893

' ' tv - ' 1 " . J O ' ' " " ' ' 11 1 1 11 ijMwwMMwwwiww-MMii--MMW1MMIM'w 1 1 1 .1 ) n 'i ' f ' " ' ' l "' ife :r) fitl ttte Abilene Reporter. PULWHe AT - - - XiZAI. IWDAY MARCH 4 1893.. 6)iWAOENYt Jdtter. hi RlTOTKBaHdinc on Second Street ' ' "" t ih Abilene. Texas. PottoSo fc gecoad-Clan JU11 Matter: tteriUa Xt. vH'tr;. t" Hv BABtha "' k -- 75 - 40 MOSulft ;. ...4 4 IfeaUk Lawl TfaM TrtU. KAST-feOOND PASSIMCS. ......" ....10:4OA.M. 11:05 A. M WBST-BOUND PASSTNCCX. ................... 4:0a r. m. 4:30 r.K. Statistics show the general introduc- lion of automatic car couplers which m provided for by the car coupler bill :iH annually save 9000 lives this liemg the number of men killed from perating the present style or couplers. Bosto has been the scene pf another treat fire. This time the TrefflOnt temple the Baptist headquarters and Mke of the largest churches in the States has been totally destroyed caus- ing a loss of $37 5000. This is the third ta&Kg the denomination have erec...

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

w. I " v' 'V jS Concern tag Qothing. IT WAlfUC! a Eighty good tailor to make a II I A IV FiH garment that; will excel in style ax auiwjm ggk or flt the ready.to-wear appaial we offer you and our price is only one- third of what the aforesaid tailor will ask you. Fifteen Dollars Worth for $10.00 FT I TT ADO won't make for you a spring suit lAlLUlltJ that will "dress you better than AxiAuvAw Tiii one of our superb spring gar- ments our price is a fraction of the tailors de- mand. Eighteen Big Round Dollars Worth for $12.00. FTA If I HV1 your money 8 as far as it will III Wl A IV Pi ajx satisfy your taste at the same xv imlxlxxj time you need only to come to Weil's. We save you $5 to $10 on every ready-to-wear suit. Twenty-Five Great Dig Dollars Worth for $15.00. A MAN happy. wears good clothes at the price of poor ones when he buys at Weil's. Therefore wear good clothes and be A Big Dollars Worth' Always 'at Weil's. tU WEIL'S "Die Gee boys look nobby in their WWI I'll IM 4 f Ct E. Swi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 March 1893

' "PS ft I i Atl r.i ui H t I l H fd ft TlAWt3tXftaWOTbBK0 jmhtuitr sc 3- iW tS'WtirV llllBVlaJ TK? V - ' . ZSSi s2S igC? m01wiU. .mrtnjr SR3tu Awarjj QjltCGl'lATOfT CO. ATfcAMTATGM SOL OT AH. WlUfrfrUTS. " 'l"i A Great Bridge for Utir Orleans. Wbat'will be the Urgtst cantilever VJdge in the United States is to be crtctcd over the Mississippi river at New Orleans The bridge will have NKKt stupendous dimensions. It must fee built Ol steel with three unbroken wwl continuous spans between the river banks as defined by a medium J'sMge of water airf with but two piers m the liver. Ine length ol the main channel span will be 1095 Jeet and of the two side spans 575 feet with the lowest part of the superstructure ot Jess than eighty-five feet abovje the the- extreme high water mark. This will make the bridge itself but a few feet less than half a mile in length fcekig at sufficient height to allow the largest rivtr steameis to pass under k the approaches will each be at least a i)e long Thu...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 March 1893

V "WBV Is J!t t il ;t ' i 1 1 ! ol2?s BR TWTr M A U on WATERPROOF COAT tiio.tr.td htOwWofrMt A. J. TOWER. BbSTON. MASS The Soath'a Supply of Beiemr Ores. In your issue of February 16 in discussing the. sources of supply for Bessemer ores you refer lo the "few available deposits of Bessemer ore" which can be drawn upon in the near future to meet the dtficfency that may be looked for in the Lake Superior supply It is doubtless true as you jay. that the increasing consumption of these ores will overtax the available supply of the sources from wlich near- ly all of our Bessemer ores are now drawn but I think that you have not given full credit to the south for what it may do in furnishing Bessemer ores. It is true southern ores may never be shipped lo northern and western fur- naces but it is 'quite certain that with in the next four or five years there will be a very much more extensive development of Bessemer ores in the south than is generally looked for So much has been said about t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 24 March 1893

T SfS? ' ' 'A'" .j: r W ' J I) n V 15 ft ; ;.'! i ftSttftMte ( TV T Jt P. frl h k bw )iia mo leet east aim to me woftn jf-v Ate oft) trdcsanl wi WWared wmt tHe requirements of their et Unity ifttrMsing freifjlvl business a 6k pice. There U also to b btk ' new passenger depot with yraitig teems for both ladies and gentlemen. TThc imprbvements will be apprecia- ted by the natrons of the road. patrons i M. Mannewitr has discovered qturry ofstone an his farm that prom ies to develop into 'some value. The atofie of pretty blue-gray and takes a polish equal to that of white marble 4fr granite. It is in layers from six to tight inches thick and a car load just taken out. was shipped to Dallas to 1 be used for tomb stones. IJcing in such thin layers it wil be of no great value for monuments but Mr. Manne wiu has sent samples to Chicago and $t. Louis to be tested by experts for Whographing. i'i Charoh of the Heavenly Xst. HOLY WEEK MARCH 27TH. Daily services- Holy communion ' at sunrise exce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 31 March 1893

1 1 ff Reporter. vol. in. ABIIiUlOS TJBXAS MtlDAY MOMITKG MAXOH; 31 183. MO. 1S Abilene L HE W KOTES. March 24. Elliot F. Shcpard editor of the New York Mail and Express. died quite suddenly at New York after being put under chloroform to under go a surgical operation." Severe cyclonic storms swept over Indiana Mississippi Kentucky and Tennessee beveral deaths are re ported and much damage to property. It is estimated that there are now 35000 boomer on the borders ot Kansas north of the Cherokee strip. A sudden change from Warm to freez ing weather has caused great suffering amongst these people who are gener ally very poor and have no protection from the weather except their wagons. The farmers in that section have been experiencing hard times themselves and are in no position to afford any assistance. Chief Murray a descendant of ihe famous White Cloud arrived at Tarl- quehar ftom the Kiowa nation and ie- ports that the Kiowas Oteos and Mis- souris arc dancing and performing in ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 31 March 1893

i. r-T'f av ?t A ' tt fl o ' M swvw .'.vv t i A W mm CITY DIRECTORY. AfcWsm CHtt(i7 No. T. Klh Tea- mMi Mr ttMU conclave in Ibelr Mil urn mr stoor tVtlff A KeeTM building comer Ifcuh Jfefona ana n uetm ou the Mm fcMir nhjui In each month. Visiting Sir NgirtttorulaMj Invited to attend. u J1. Ccnuit Km Commander ' no. C. H&ftiu&Rccdrrier. AMlttie I'bApter Ko. JW. It A. M. Hold III i s it convocation th second Krldur nlrtit lit ssowh In Ihplr hall third floor. Porter and Stove tiiilldlng comer Pina and North Second mu. V. S.O. JoHxno' Socreurr. J. Un tf.E. H.P. . . . AVUeno Lodge J a. a!9 F. and A. M. Holds lu Me4 communication the Orrt Saturday night M each month tn their halt third floor Porter Ml Keere (mlldinc. corner Pine and North So- 4 streets. W S O. Joassox Secretary. . R. Cook W. L 0. O. rV-Meet every Tuesday hlftht In th CofP. halL All Tliltlnz brethren cordtallrln- Hd to attend. W. H. Tairr X. u. J. 'r. HAarrox Secretary aiarot h We Uxlge KO.4C.4Lot P. Meet very Thu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 31 March 1893

tt. 71 . - " SMtCHE6 TEM JUMTRS. A tiuull n skin Amm LonwodhM by w mjrr M. It Wotw Ujppw Marlboro Md. wi$E .' EOIFIC I wu cured aerwal ywm tgo otTrhlto swelling a my k S ty usls WMttOM nd baT8 hld no lymptqnlBCf te Hi am ot tho ! 06 MAD pnnunat pnjsiuaosa mwnwi piiu nil all failed but B S. S did the work. fAtri) yt. Kmwatmck jonaso cityTeaa. Treatlw on Blood and Skirt Dis. mailed Jree. SWIFT SPBCIF1C Co. Atlanta Ga. Mulo Railing 1b the South. A number of mules are annually Lkced on the southern markets. Manv Lf the mules are of an inferior quality. Ind do not meet the requirements of Ihe intending purchaser. There always has been atd always win be a fair de nand for good mules in the gulf states. mule of the best quality usually mnesa gooa unce on ine marKet. nd there is always is a demand for uch stock. The mules generally lsed w'thd south is the vcotton mules md will measure fourteen and-half to ifteen and one-half hands high is well torpor i ned blocky and square built laying goo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 31 March 1893

wmmmm? :! ' - ' ? ' " I) .1 i '"Sks-.1 '.T"i' V ' c ; . y"''i' v v MMM1'" " " '" ' ng ' T 1 - ac an '.. J&J fa I 6 I wmi m Abilene Reported t' V PWUSHCO AT ffaXLBiR - - - TBXAI. mruv. ttAitrni ti it. If. : ir-' j-. tji : jimev jrbjtiiry. ntsiihrT 6 '. . ... .- - . .:.. i " j Mfli i'.i a.--Trjj:-i: K tj "tkjt IklUmV iirihiJUi'u 9 ""- r 4- i . ' ' ' Seefed-Cl MI1 falter. ii i ii ..' rf. ........ ........M......$i.So l -' At kM4 -..- -re awuitV. ...... . . . . i... .. j.n 'rCH i n --. -- vBBBanv - ''I - mm a4MlftXMlTUMTVl. ' ww w -g -.. ...... 3rr?T' Lr". .ii;ojam WCST-BO0ND tASSStfCEK . i. ....... ...... 4:0s r. K. ........... 4:30 r.. The Gazette is working manfully for Fott Worth. 4 The Colorado Dipper Mr no more. it is sW though resusckatof is to be ftfpKed to the corpse. The Chtchago Inter-Ocean celebra- te k a 1 st birthday by issuing a 'Aa Mf nirfr. with An itlnminotwl pjp MwHrated supplement last Saturday. . The armored cruiser"'New York . Wflt at the Cramp shipyards Phila-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 31 March 1893

u J ll II 0 ii1. -.-' VfF.lfc WE PEOPLE! lexperinced fare equally well. The kind in 7hich it is impossible to "Fake" the people. Styles and Fits that Talk for Themselves Lot a lot of ANTIQUATED CLOTHING EX- rRAVES FOR -SPECIAL SALES. re have got them in new and desirable styles Lepartments also sparkle with the latest fads of the season. pods and Prices Always Guaranteed or Money Refunded. -WEIL'S- onest Methods. XjOO-A-X.. ANNOUNCEMENTS IVe ate authorized to announce D. W. USTEN at candidate for mayor at the ling municipal election. IVe are authorized to announce II. B. DOK as candidate for mayor at the coming Inicipal election. lenry Tirrell St. Louis Was here nday. sn f 'Oscar Pepper" .and 'Old Forester" George 0. Grayes. 7tf Jo to Gus Ackermans for pure whis ts wines and cigars. I 11 1 hCressida" a genuine Key West ci- r at Jones & Taylor. tf. m 1 1 Keep an eye on our windows. Our Ister display will be worth looking at. W. D. Browk. We invite attention to thft advertise- pnt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 31 March 1893

vatwmm 1-. Kjnara UP y Wr: IWil b- 3 DgJCSTEWH! MMBTS FQWilBMUM sj hfwdfeitpowcas raperb Tonic row Mi ntni awoMernii inlu- h tonwr p Ami MrengUMjnlng fcer . w uuving uiruugn ie proper eh ail kmHirhks. Health mmI ttaffth guaranteed to rest from its use. f tmr ! auuki la ; Writ" T W - .-. ... Bmu Rmoutoh Co.. Atlanta a. i-U bj Dratau at $1.00 pet bouta. THE CLIMATE OF TEXAS. tTllILATIQlf TO AGMCULTTJ1I AID XIALTS. AfrlMltmral AirantftfH The In.lt Crp. Tfce Qnlf Coari M a MmIiM letert. low Dth Site ef dftlrettea. United Stated executive document Xe. 5 flfty-scconXeongress first ses- km "The Climate oWaa$ by Gen- rl A W. Greeley contains in appen- dix ISfo. 7 a report by Dr. I. M. Cline local forecast official in Galveston from which the following is extracted: As regards some of the undeveloped industries of the States and the advan- tages of the climate as a health resort. I will add the following as a brief ie- wtk of some of my observations and sAfedy of these subjects during the sv...

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