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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 31 March 1893

rp .- -ij w. i i g TO TO1 TMtft fittnraf cut In the WORLD! SUCKER TIlOriBH KKAKU BUCKEK M Wimttled Wltff. tnenanitmtotm. Tb lwL'ra. Imvrafh entire MddwL Itowtraof lmllAtlnn.- .nt innajim nna it not on if. innatr. a. j tuwhk notion. Wan y a perfect riding coat ami Don't Snggetttoni from a SacceHfttl Swine- Breeder. PerhfiDS it micht be of some value to the readers ot the Gazette for me to comply with your request for a brief 6tatement of my .experience in the care of 'brooty sows and ptgs. The Jams will need special attention and (should be on the gain from service to farrowing. I wish to enter a protest Ligamsl heavy feeding of corn fo Ihem it any time n is too ueaiing ana win uroduce too much fat. Give her plenty of room for txercise; every or- ;an demands use and the appetite and power of digestion are increased by it. Young 'sows should be well fed'and slopped so-they will grow. Treat old sows tne same wiin mis auierence they will' do with less feed and they should not be in as f...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 31 March 1893

r; .; v -tv r "KJB'5-'' H'!Www ywi f' o$U ( II ' 'In-1 r In 1 aaW JH w f JWaV PB sent-. 'NWfj Caaat CoartJl?ei DcAfcStRt With tae.ckwe pfthe present station f congress your committee is also Wcd to rest its labor at Wishing- ton hi the interest ol the Nicaragua canaL and beg to submit herewith a jqiotl of the present status ol this great national enterprise. Your committee has spent as much . time at the capitol as was at their command. The session was n short one and many important measures had precedence oftheonalbiH. which was not reported to the senate until the 43d of Dccetncr. Soa. It pleases us to report that with bat very few exceptions re met with the most hearty endorsement of this great work and that great progress has been y E5ae since act Jut report. December ((19 As then indicated the bill was. reported to the senate by the commit tee oh fbraga relations -with important am tTdtrwBts which were recommend . edlry voW committer and which in their opinion wtH commend the m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 April 1893

'PuireHlVA i " c O The Abilene Reporter VOL. XII. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY XOBMTNG APBIL 7 1803. HO 14. f t i XWS K0TE8. March it. Aitv illicit run distillery lias been discovered in Philadelphia. The plant Is Valued at' $7500 and is one of the largest ever Unearthed. An attempt was made last night to wreck the north bound passenger on the Southern Pacific near Brairi. At q o'clock A laborer named Richardson started for Rosenberg. At the end of the trestle a short distance from Drain he found a nil from the track "While debating what action to take to prevent a catastrophe should a train pass without being signalled ilve men. suddenly appeared on the trestle and one knocked him down beating and cutting him severely and inflicting an ugly wound. Another rnan struck htm on the head with a revolver cutting his head open 'and knocking him senseless They then pushed htm off the bridge twenty.five feet below where he- lay unconscious for over an hour. He crawled out of the gulch and made his ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 April 1893

. n-fitr b k ' i7T F ' . v L- ; ' CITY DIRECTORY i!ll!Je.'-'.' 'UT- A'fB g'.Hli'l I "ii MfftXT MTIM. AMfeno Commander No ST. KnlghU Temp- . Islds lu Uttt conclave In their asrlum mM floor lortr A Hecs bulldlnc corner jlerth tcoml ahd fine streets on the Mcoiri enrtdjr nlKhl In fch month. MMitng Mr Inlalos cordially luritcdto attend. ' J. O Ccnws. Km. Commander. rft.attnin.necoriler. AbUen Chapter 'o. VO R A. K-ItoUU It MKeU convocations thMwcona Friday nlitbt in ch aoath tn their hall third floor rotter and erea tmlldlnfc corner Pine and North Second streets. ty.S.O.Jon'ctox secretary Abilene JMlge ft o. M. P. and A. M.-tloldslU Mated communications the nrnt Saturday n'Rnt ta each month In their hall third floor Toner ad Reeve bulldlnit. corner Fine and North 8eo- Bd streets w SO.Johhso Secretary H. B. rx W. M. X. O. O. F. Meet every Tuesday nlicht In the wOtP.halL All TlUUni brethren cordially ln Itea to aueiKL v.u. Aiurr.o. v. J. W. IUmftok. Secretary. .. Staror the West Lodgq No....

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

T w .0 (i Jimples -ANB Blotches tRBBWDEHCM That thi blood it lwrong;dtidthat nature is endtav ving to throw ojf. tne impurities. Vothing is to beneficial td assisting atun tts Swifts specific S S. S.) t it a situfilt vttntmSlt eaittAMHtif. ft armltss to the most delicate child yet y fonts tne potson w sue surjace ana yminaies it from th4. Hood 1 1 contracted tMYwgaaa of blood po'oeji w bottles eSj3t'i i SpecMclS. S.Suured Fuwnn. Arlraiitu Treailee on Blood and Skk Diseases nailed newu. uiKon. v abhu bk HE CLIMATE OF TEXAS tSBELATIOK TO AGRICULTURE AND HEALTH jrlcultural Advantages The Fruit Crop. The Oalf Coait as a Health Xesort. Low Death Sate of Galveston. United States executive document . c fifty-second congress first scs- n.ineuimaie 01 xexas" oyuen SHtl A. vv. orceiey cpniams in appen No. 7 a report by Dr. I. M. Cline. al forecast official in Galveston. m which the following is extracted: As regards some of the undeveloped iustnes oi tne siates ana tne aavan- es of the climat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 April 1893

. i ft " 'V' . Pft'V. ti - . r. f P 1 1. 'l' X X oH r n n I ill .' ufbiil . 'JMfc '.Her' i:fm tjklflR k'.tttlw! wSM m ifi pj i J ' Pf 1 imh T t " Abilene Reporter. POtUSHCO AT - - - TSXAB. fHIDAY APRIL 7 i8m UL I y ftSyiy J Wf- l k XeKmtui Bull Jldg on Second Suett M Uib AbUcno. Texan Pottofflce m Second-Olai Malt Matter MwerlailM fetM. Piiftet3 . 75 onth.. .. ........... 40 .''.' mi alie Lwal Tim TaMe. IASr-BOUND FASSKNOUU .... .10:40 A. M. ... ............ ...11:05 A. " WlSTOlOOND r-ASSCNCfc. ...................... 4:o5 P.M. ................. 430 r.K. St. Louis went into the renublican iikii Tuesday.- St Louis' was always -.RfcMk fnvalous. -TKereisno denvinp the fart that piWt Worth is at last shaking up the ;Mffr0s in Dallas. ( Reports from various parts of the It shoT that the cotton acreage has 1 very largely increased. The last of the full confederal irrn. Wwk Kirby Smith died at Sewanfee. TMn ou March 28th aged sixty-nine '.CS. . 11 jjjj Wkea the press boys meet at Dallas w m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 April 1893

I i ' ' "'" " " '" " " '" ' ' ' '" ' " 1 AT EASE IS THE MAM m ILL PITTING CLOTHES About the severest punishment that can n. be yisited on a man would be a life sen- tence to existence in missflt clothing:. Why therefore buy clothing that keeps you in agony all the time when we sell perfect fitting: Tailor-made clothing at such popular prices. Our line of $10 $12 and $14 single and double breasted suits are exceptional choice patterns and splen- did values. eil 5 Jew straw hats at b. Lapowski & I'S. r'Oscar Pepper" and '01d Forester" iGeorgeO. Graves. 7tf Jo to Gus Ackermans Tor pure whis ts wines and clears. conservative administration of the m 's affairs is assured. "Cressida" a genuine Key West ci- r at Jones & Taylor. tf. 1 ?5-oo $7.50 and $10.00 suits still sale at Lapowski & Bro's. Men dress shoes at prices ranging m $100 up at Brown's shoe store. 1 m When you need whiskey wine or andy for medical purposes Jones & lor keep the best. tf. 1 e best gasoline" stoves...

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

. r o (I Svr X ifl d I iHStW - JUS Hull "IIOTHER'S FRIEND" . ti wiwitliwJly prtfwtl Uaitcot MM lmniMtt mey bfraHtai ta of IwiHiMdvUMtM in eonnteat w T tk Mdi6llMro(efleioB. It Bfeort- MM labor Immm Pain IMakilshca l Phht to Hf o JoUr imd Child. &pc '-"it) jnowwrs" maucu i 1 r v. tafcUBc Taluable information aud rWMlKOQMktS. tkrfemtesw. charces MtId. on recetot SeM fey all bu$g-H. Psfk-Makinr Abrea. & The shortage in Uie hoc crop seems "te be as sharply marked abroad is it It at home. The decrease in the to- tl s-tock oflive hogs in Great Britain $ wit a million head and the short- ge m Ireland is estimated at i30o mo head. What "Paddy" will do titktut U mar ml considerable of a M tifttmttiofi. In Denmark "where they ihe dairy .the shortage of hogs ts fig rta a 40 ner cent Prices of the awwiact ate of comre abnormally htgh id it 15 thojgbt that swine-breeding tjlMi ee'greauy stimuiaieu mereuy. Statistician Dodge offers the follow JMf m the European crop report for February be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 April 1893

ISH BRK TMs Trato Wsric l on lie Urt WATERPROOF COAT P'Sttfif tathsWstH! A. J TOWER. BOSTON MASS llankeu and Flannels. To l.tiindcr Woolen fabrics properly requires a liberal education in the vir- tues of emission. Whatever tKe qual. ity and texture of them the aim is to have them come out without shrinking or fulling with no harshness to the touch with only the faint odor of thor ougbly clean wool; and of exactly the tint that they knew in their first estate. With white stuffs this last named per fectipn is not always possible as long usage invariably brings to them a yel- low tinge more or less pronounced but wholly different to the grimy dirtglness .resultant from bad washing Four cardinal rules: Never let soap touch a woolen textile This is the first commandment. The second ts use none but borax soap to make the suds. The thud is to. have blood warm water neither hot nor cold. The last and greatest of all not to let Oie garments suffer a change of tem- perature while wet as from...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 April 1893

- ' ' t" Ft r: gsjj . n - ' - n IWrMTIWIKT JWTM. The News correspondent at Gonza- les says' ihat from the number Of brick being mawulactured and shipped from that tow it is apparent that hot only Goncalcs but all the surrounding towns in this section of the state are enga- ged in building larger and better busi- ness houses. Dublin is to have a telephone ex- change. Subscribers Drill be charged the very low rate of $i 50 per month and a board will be pleased at each phone which will enable anyone de siring to talk to make their own con. nection. ThibUn Telephone. Comanche C L Mistrot is erect- ing a large stone building on the north side of the square; the new chemi- cal engine has been tested and proved thoroughly satisfactory and a daily stage and mail line has been es- tablished to Sipe Springs. i 11 I m 1 mm. Last Chance Far Poets! or the best $ix verse poem on this new fishing device I will pay $100 to first $50 to the second and $25 to third in the devices as stated in my circ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 April 1893

tfII. IS ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORHTWG. APRIL 81 1803. MO If. HEWS MOTES. The Telegraphic News of the Week tfrora all Partof the Country lnf;fliy' Given. SUNDAY John Carlisle and Chas Luttrell.'thc two murderers 'sentenced to hang at Sherman May 12 ate a quantity of glass in annttempt at suicide but they still live and feel comparatively well They swear they will not hang but will cheat the gallows by suicide. Miss Mary Hastings-was struck by lightening at Effingham III yesterday and severely injured. Williamson N. C was visited by a conflagration yesterday morning. Loss about $12000. William Courtney and William Kane were killed at I)enison yesterday by gas generated in a well. Courtney was one of the best known characters in the southwest. The Cnarleston Presbytery has con. firmed the action of the Second Pres- byterian church of Colun bia Tenn.' in suspending Miss Means who worked in a telephone exchange on Sunday. Thomas Johnson a middle-aged man claiming to be a glass blower com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 April 1893

r .';.-! V"a J V. 5 HmZfT2: ' . ' : I" V ? 5 '-' ?' ' F l"t V Lt". rr R i? FT. $ rf ft . t falff . K ' CITY DIRECTORY " ' SM&XT wctiMM. '' AittJena Cemraandcry No 27 KnlRhu Temp- Mr ftoUU It ttd conclave In (heir aTluro "tMrd floor Poner t lloews building corner Jirtb- Seeqn1 nd line Miccts on tbe Mcoul ftradar Burnt in. each month. Visiting Sir . bight coratnUjrtnTlt! to Attend. J.U. CinKl. Em Commander ko. a II ABitiit.ttonlcr. Abilene Chapter No. Itt It A. M. Holds Itl tested convocation the .econd Prtdsr night lit sate month tn their hlL httil Hoot. Porter and Beeves building corner line and North Second aerretx v. s. o JoUxsok. Secretary. J. ht M. K. li r . . Abilene l-odje ho. US. F. And A. K.-HbliUfti ted communication tbe first Saturday nlitht ta each month In their Ball third floor Porter ad Kecm buitdlnr. corner rine and North Sec- BddtMtK. " S.OJoiH!oMJecreiiir)r. H. Il.dOOKW.M I. O. Q f.Hu every Tuesday night In tbo t.of P. halt. All Visiting brethren cordlallr ta- t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 April 1893

&. )i' w ; -p'-e't- j - - -j-tjiv .r- fr I i RCURIAL . J. a Jones o PnHoa Ark. Bays o a "About tan yews toge I con- in. Leading phTriotanaprescrlbod kil M nffAD mrwlmlftA- wmnli T 4sa1 fiout any relief I also tried mercu- BOH pouwu iouiouiDs wim uuguo RHEUMATISM Lfol results bat which brought on an ink of merourif 1 r eumatlsm that in mv llfo ano of aeonr. After suf. is four years I gave up all remedies i commenced using S. J3. 8. After ing Boveral bottles I yras entlroly c(f and able to resume work. la tna greatest mouicino ror blood poisoning to-day on "markot." tUo on Wood ahd Skin DltcMe malted BTrirr Bi'scxno wo. Auanu vo. IE CLIMATE OF TEXAS. 8BELATKW TO AaRIOULTUEE AMD HEALTH. Irlcultut al Advantage! -The Fruit Crop. The Gulf Coait as a Health Resort. Low Death Bate of Galveston. . Inited States executive document L 5 fifty-second congress first ses- i "The Climate of Texas" by Gen ii A. W. Greeley contains in appen- Nb. 7 a report by Dr. I M. Cline hi forecast official i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 April 1893

Pfpppppp1 WW' "W"' 1' 2HWBF- 7Z7 to ti : -"V pn?; "" u II J ... -V 1! 1$ I &t ill IV. " I m Ss-'4' fc AbileaS Reporter. ' ftMUHED AT rJUOL - - - TJtXJLI. It HD Ji ; -pi' ';---- j'V- rftt fti IUAY AVKUi at 1S93. ff Mf-V- JfOJ&VV . Editor. ' .- HCTTrsr.-r. tr j i i . e."j.r 4mwMt M the AWlerm. Ttim lttofflM M K fckoruWnw MaU M tl-f. tuVccrtptlom Rates. yr..... .......51.50 m... 75 ifioths4.t.. ....... ....... 40 Ihm rxi yclo local Tlaa TaM. . tUljSTiBOUND rASSENGKR JMl4iuil .10:40 A. M. 1rU. .....iijoSA. l WKST--O0.VD FASSENOU. 4:08 r. u. ...i.t..ik ... 430 r. M- V'Skownwo-jd will have 1 btg fair this !$ y'Pecos is said to be improving very i ' -a Js Gov. Bob Taylor of Tennessee is iMI ing to Texas to lecture. t'i' . " " "" " "" " vjwi. & MU. irv.fl flnl v.lh .....I .!... Mai TVV- Clilu f-.! nA T1t1. or.n;. .l U(WU UUl $MI UU I.IU30 UWk .(.! )!. " The politicians have lost sight of the it aiver question since the scramble for g"ce begun. ."V4'-..' .iiti 1.- -ti . . H ir"'w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 April 1893

tv -i2 WEIL'S ring your Boys on mem. nothing the Pd SS?1? tel1 you that it costs very little more to buy the BEST Clothing for your hoys than it does to buy the Com- mon Sort. You will find in all these suits both Jt-2 . EaSOYa EB FRV .lWIM.? -l UHW i KMKW -i . . '.v'-m invmuii 11 ikiu. rtfiR r-..-wej-'r " ri r' ST I WO AM "M cunts. THEKSSMEB'SJir MSWrflBKftDOUBIJSOSrSr ffiiSranirDpArAuw-KPoiifrs L looks and wear and we handle a complete line of them single and double breasted and whether .you- buy a cheap or fine suit of us there is no mistake about getting the full value for your money. WEIL'S. t TREE---Base ball LOOAI Come out to lee the fire boys to- tf' E. Andrews returned - i n ...i.. m from Dallas lesday evening. "Oscar Pepper" and "Old Forester" George O. Graves. 7tf m i nmn i "Cressida" a genuine Key West ci- r at Jones & Taylor. tf Jack Anderson is pap again and is time it is a fine girl. See trie new ordinance regulating e of water in today's paper. Ladies' Oxfords fr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 April 1893

I iff C . El jir SLX W iita .- "'vx; wm L:f "-llmd i'M !' m Vt BtL . 't MM H tf PtJMt IW tiicusinjj eror b Mti yearn nd In eoch.c&iw lWm' Friend" tiftiltKvmUMHlitlu c mtaui. 1 nave w a w wonders ontl rtiiortu mucli ItMtbalwat trmlv for rltlnp ol kaown.and wnrtrt the trice fur ihav Montcoinery. Ala. krcnres.ehrEe'tretM. on fwctit K twfce $1 .tb per bottle. . MlADfTCLD REGULATOR CO.. fttM ty.aU dntgsbta.' atulxta oa b' a Hummer. Our accomplished consul general to Pns Colonel Samuel E. Morss of j&c Indianapolis Sentinel hasn't yet Mc to his post of duty but when he does we know that his admiring wKsW "M llMk mi fccMHttrymen will loin us in the hope l'mt. . t. nrl.l -r- 1 iiMH ite win iiru tne gay rrcnen cipuai us pleasant a place as it appeared to m on his first visit a number or years i It must not be forgotton that in ad- jJkkm to tits luxuriant whiskers which 3Mkke him distingue in any assemblage Cefeel Morss eniors the enviable MAor of having at one time been a pkwen ot Mis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 April 1893

it -a- OE-fc M & fHBI Thli Th5o Mar It w lh bcit WATERPROOF COAT A. J. TOWER. BOSTON. MASS 1EXA8 A.T THE. WORLD'S FAIR. $5000 Required to Collect iho Ex- hibits and Run iheToxas Utuld- in?. Dallas News. Galveston Tex April 13 Mrs: JBqnedelta Tobiri of Austin was in Galycston to-day.' She attended the lumbermen's convention in the inter- est of the Texas exhibit at the world's fair Mrs. Tobiri was saluted by the lumbermen all rising. .Mr. Win. Cameron of Waco made a speech setting out what Mrs. Tobin had accomplished in the way of get- ting a building for the great Lone Star State state at Chicago. He told of Mrs. Tobin's indomitable pluck and how she had gone ahead in the face of all obstacles finally succeeding in having the building finished.' But now there fs a need of about $5000 for running the exhibit during the exposition- Mr. Cameron said that he would give $100 toward this and Col. A. T. Anderson of Trinity who al- ways goes down into his pocket when called on gave $iod...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 April 1893

Bi WIWF '" L I C2 I ' L- r--v ! L ! 8 Li I i it 4 X II rs i i HI. LV To TltKUC.--Xfttcefefllert'HHewbi tsfj Wis petnl c for Ihl column bewM b mt to ibU tfwe hearing tlie name; 4ttewtkr guttsoonth the week a convert fc(Wt It M necessary that )he nfne be always wni td the comHwil44on not thut we with Is priM it but that the writer 1 litiOWn to us. !r?l;f ITtrfjHe contribution for this de- )priien A. delightful hop wis given at the &iory Monday night complimentary to Mis Willie May Anderson of Nash- ville Tcnn-t who has bctn visiting Miss Mallie Butler. To-night the fire boys give their Mmual ball at the opera house. It jHOfflises to be a grand affair Mrs. Dave Kaucttt returned to Dal ks Saturday . Will T Berry and family are visiting the family of S. F. Steers inShrevepor; this cek. Mr. and Mrs. John Darnell left Monday for their home at Provencal La. after o pleasant Visit with relatives and friends here. Captain and Mrs. J H. PickenS re turned from Galveston Saturday eVcn- Hlg. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 April 1893

a JU ?'"''" 'HI"! ss 1 rlM rvHr vJiv 1 rLrv.' -jtWT?. VOL XII. AXIIiXms TEXAS FRIDAY MOmHTH Q APRIL 2S IMS. 0 IT. i j 1 7 ABILENE JlWSifKOTES. rbe Telejcrapkie Mews of the Week tfroM all Tarn ef the Country Jrieflly Oiven. SUNDAY. The federal grand jury returned six Indictments yesttrday Against the officers of the defunct Commercial Rational bank of Nashville Tenn Riemen indicted are President M. A. Spurr Cashier Frank Porterfield and Jeorge A. Dazey. The funeral service Mrs Ahnyra lussell Hancock widow of the late Jcnetal Winiicld' Scott Hancock took place in New York yesterday. Her remains were sent to St. Louis. Gen. E F. Bsall minister to Austria luring ex-president Grant's adminis tration died at his home in Washing ton yesterday The terrible snow and storm yester day throughout the middle and eastern states did' great damage to the fruit crops. In Mississippi and Tennessee cotton crops were badly injured. Yesterday was arbor dav in Ne- braska. The Benjamin McLane hide com- pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 April 1893

"W WJW.SJWV 4'" ' j !! ! inmii 11 ifeaesalisllsajfcsys ..'' ft.' it $t r ? J ? I' I i 1 ! m CITY DIRECTORY. state (MMNUnr -WMStlM. AMI t an CefttaMtidery No.? fcbtfftrt Ten n nofch Ik imM Conclave in. their fttfliMs 'M floor rerter A Ilecves btiUJIftit comer rti geeand and rln ttrt?L. on the teceud ttewVar ntitit. In j-aoh womb. Vi.ttlng Sir . (J. tvimi. ? . Em. Commander. i.CtfAnnt1tevrdef. irt AMtn Chapter No. XK A. M.-HoM It ' stated convocation tbeswo'nd Friday hlgbt In fat Month In their linll. ililrd ikwr. Porter and mim building- "corner line and North Second WiiU. W. A O. Jorksox Secretary J. Kan M. E. II . r ' JkeJleno Lodge No 5W. F. and A. M.-HoliklW WHJ communications tbenm Saturday night each Month tn their ball third Moor Potter M Reeve bnUdln. corner Pine and X orth 8eo- sxlftireets. VV. !M).Joiixoi Secretary. H.B.OookW.'M.. l.O.n. I Uihi. 0rr Tnentar hlihk In the v. at Khali All vlittlusf brethren cordially in- io aiwna. n . ii. inirr a. u J. W. HaXrrnx. Secretary. b...

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