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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 April 1893

f 0 gWPIKIE- wasm KRAbtOATtS SON AM aUMOTMMT. CKVBA!.txttki of SwHl' Specific (S.S SJ J entirely ete.in.ied my frtm ot eoaugioiis Hood poison of tlio rery want type "" VM. S. Lool Sfcercfwrt La. oUntm cBOruiA cvcn m ITSWOMTfOflfttS T run scrofula In jm. and cleansed tn i Ttem entirely from It br taklnir aeYcn bottles of S. S.S. I hare not had any irmp. toms since. C.WWticox r SpattanbuifS.C HASCUMS MUNDKMor CAWCS or SKW CANCER. Treatise on Bloed aad SWrt Olaeaies malM fao. Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga. :HE CLIMATE OF TEX AS IT8EELATI0M TO AG1ICULTURE AMD HEALTH. Agricultural Advantage The Fruit Crop The Gulf Coast as a Health Resort. Low Ddath Kate of Galveston. United States executive document No. 5 fifty-second congress first ses- sion "The Climate of Texas" by Gen- erdl A. W. Greeley contains in appen dix No 7 a report by Pr. I. M. Cline local forecast official in Galveston from which the following is extracted: ' As regards some of the undeveloped industries of the slates and th...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 April 1893

-w.mm.ii O a $T7t :w '.v. - Vfl " ft i T " f i The Abilene Reporter. KtfntWMt AT iHsxumt ... r MtlDAY APRIL a? tloj yww tiozwYi Jr. xvr. .1 .iwfr.d 1. k . .4.ii... .Lf.f.. 1. 1. 1 . 1 m .L i. HtoTMi Building on ScceatStrt at tie AMI no. Tex PostoMee '..;t MtoeriptU fcftttt. yr. 7S 4 oths m r$m x4thm nu. KAST-SOOPD rASStCfcX .. .........tOiOA. U ................ IltOJ A. M WST-SOCND rASSBNCK. .................. 4:0s r.x. .I........ .. 4:3 Jf M. Hafce)t had a $ toooo fire tat TH Mmeaflunent trial nf T.inrl ttl 1l?lli Vr.f!BlllrYuttr lt nn..n an ed. O Ate treasurer Worth m is having ' a feed time In Washington where he 1 many friends. Tm ISMrtBM f Hnnieifftl Sanitatte ttki pleasure to Bote the awaken. if interest manifested" by the larger ; mui cities tn the matter of better mutton and sewage disposal Apart tmm those actually engaged in such infnvements. Meridian Miss.Vicks- smrg Miss Macon Ga. and Tampa !. have the matter under consideia- "liei. and in New Orleans the prelimi aty work...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 April 1893

II - TlrTi ' Ltentleatlw ''pumps" )autiejuft inat S. La- )wski Broi. xclu- ive shoe department. mi C. 0. Morris was in town Monday lorning. Cheapest stationery in town at arndeu's. W A. Flint WWl 19 fort Chadbourne st Saturday. ml 1 I Loaded shells and ammunition at IcDamel & Greene's. 35 cent paper novels only 10 and I5 cents at Harnden's. x7-tf. Fort Scott well boring machines for file by Cameron & Phillips. See those Worlds fair scissors and' locket knives at McDaniel & Greene's .. 1 111 rf 1 11 JW tail to rt the prelty shoes in ie window t S. Lapowski & Bra's. 1 11 The best foreign and domestic Equors and cif ars at W.. Gray's tf I ' ik ! Chas. E. Pratt went to Pecoa City uesday to attend the whosesale wool le. When you need whiskey wine or brandy for medical purposes Jones & fajlor keep the best. tf. For Rent. Desirable office rooms ver Taylor County News office. Ap- )ly to Ed. S. Hughes. i4-tf 1 1 Pitt Hcnsely of the Merkel Mail called on the Reporter Satur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 April 1893

" b ft ;Vhj M Kli I) . A (W(M( MMMiy CAttKIIWII WTMCn mtm akfwwt Wcpwtt tmirash m a hi- mtjttjtttaofdtommctfce cAttle fakitnKd m a crHy tbhed MrtnMK in a IwWetm issued by the QanteH university whkti says we have mwi d so many inquiries m regard to tfcm ttoacttce that tt Ms seemed worth wk. tht we should give a brief' out- Uiw ofow experience i this bulletin. We have made it a practice for the ftwt six or seven years to dehorn our cows as soon as they come into the -daWy and at the present timt there is "Mammal having horns on the farm. White for the most part the horns Isavc been removed by students and 4kjK3 who have never even seen the operation pcrformfcd we have as yet to meet the first case where there has wta any ill effect following the opera- tie. The kt time the operatic was preformed was on November 5 1891 "at which time among others five cows m aattk were dehorned. Three of these wore heifers under two years old two -were matured cows that had been pun chased in the neigh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 April 1893

o o rAfto fisk iittf TleBt fiwimi Cut In th WORLD t SUCKER n rlMI HKAXD 8L1CKIR it wtmnttA mtor. LlWrai)4wljrytaUithrtitrrav Thi m KMEI BUCKKMh ft pwljt rWiie coat and 2 i t tf the JNt Brand" to Hot on It. Illnitra- Iitd WlSW ft. A. J. TOWEK Hortoa Mm J TARIFF REFORM Tho AdMinistratieH Anxious M ring it About to Special Washington Cor. St. UuisKepublic. In view of the fact that congress is expected to meet in extra session early in the fall the President and Secretary Carlisle are becoming more and" more desirous to be fiee from the office- seekers so as to prepare for tariff and financial legislation which they hope to see congress enact. They have al- ready as opportunity has offered had conversation with the leading tariff re- formers in both houses as to both the tariff and the silver question but fes' penally the former and have also con- sulted Mr. David A. Wells Mr. Ed- ward Atkinson and Other experts. There never was any intention on the part of the President and Secretary C...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 28 April 1893

mWrjjqf' ' w 5 vjprt wf IS vv ' "7 l 'i- ll n i ?' ft ft CTTT naCl. 1 JUiptrt f HwtU 1M w- trtbMitT thCiyf AW leu for ths Ytr Xntlnjr Marcs 3Ut IM3. . tl r.ENrSAi. furrri. HTSilrTs. tac on hand April r 1S92 ..$ 9to 14 "tpch3jironAumtNo. 6i$sS3 od JJet pr. warrant No. 85 791 00 .rfWVtr. Trom S. & U fund 50 op jWagr T.P. HV Co.. 4 19 20 3me JO ff0 wartantNo. too 720 00 JttJf 1. pro. wtyirant'No. 105 2400 00 jMa J. J Cllriion y 2900 . lt pro warrant No 149 339 50 tty. I pro. warrant No. .57 485 00 -"ci 1. pro warrant No. 204 490 oa ?Oct.a3. Abilene W W. Co. 363' 00 -3ioT. 2. pro. warrant No. 234 39 OQ jDc 1 pi o. warrant No 359 495 00 ODee. t pro. warrant No. 360 49 J 00 Jcc Upro warrant No. a6t 495 00 Jan.Iltr. frornS.it U. fund 150900' Tu. St. AThilrnt tiai'l hank l(a aa $ ' Jb. 35. First national bank 760 00 fig".- Tb fi f-fW5t..j It JwyJ y-- V-1 Feb. J J. Clinton.......... i960 . . JWcb. l)rb. Warrant No. 35S 3S4 po VJ. Thompson. J; C... 7575$l9.-5 7 I Sfbtal . . ....$1016084 C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 May 1893

i i r i' " ... . . ' '"" ' " " . r ' Reporter. vol. aunt. ABIIiENE TJBXAS FKIDAY MOXHTHG MAY 5 1803. MO. It. The Abilene -' I I- .tl..l I. 1 l !-- -y ' ' ' """ -"" " " i !-. ii. - "''' ' ." I1- w. !... ...I ..i ... ..... fc..t..i..-.i.... l- a..... t r- i ' i " : - TERRIBLE Nothing in the History of fctorma Equals the Destruction of Life and Property at Cisco on last Pri- day Night. COMPLETELY WRECKED The Whbie Business Portion of the-Gity andPully One- Half of the Residences Completely "Wrecked. TWENTY-SIX ARE KILLED AND TWENTY MORE WILL DIE FROM THE INJURIES ' SUSTAINED. Relief Badly Needed and Thousands are Responding' to '.the Call; Cisco a beautiful little city fifty miles east of Abilene on the Texas & Pacific road was destroyed by a cy- clone Friday night at 9:30. Twenty six are killed over a hundred are. seri- ously wounded. Out of four hundred houses over one-half including all the business portion excepting two stores are completely demolished and only a half dozen hou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 May 1893

I) o 0 m I. '. " V 1 K- R- . W- fr i 13 LJ BE 1 llHMU CITY DIRECTORY. aVMtMie tknMmmKy No T Knln Tw- Ml tW MMM eMCMVe It) IHCtr MJItUH IknMf Pwiw .Xm buil.MBg corner Seewa hh rinetrccis on tne serova r MMM in eacn raonui. visiting sw i iftt&ally Invited to attend. Km. Commander wft.ailAmRw.orier. . ' Abflentf Ohtter So. 1R. A M. Holds It aatatutnAnrni-.tlntik tho .mvirtil TU nluhl In Month lnthelr hall third door Porter snd tmihMng comer nn ana aonn oecona W. 8. O. JOKHMUt Secretary. J. Run. 31.15. II. ? . - .Keit Ixxko J A. .VW'. nd A. X.-HollUU IK wMh 0Hlh In their halt third floor Porter coHKUiiniCAUoo ins um piiurujnisui bulldlntv comer Pine and North 8ec- ir comer Pin And North See SvO. Johsm Secretary. .liNmiu. TLsVI?ookWx o-AJ'rr v..Mmu Terr.Tnea)aT nlcht in the tt rVkalL All ylsittng brethren cordially In- W. Hxrrox. Secretary. tosHenq. n.ii iiarr ix.u. arm mo n sat ijtraftc tnhw iv. v. . !?" rot iBOWeHUMMcno. l 1a tf jv.-n JU. m w; Thursday evening at its castie h an. v...

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

pEfcl URELY a veMtabte cempowKj MUM entirely ot roots ana ncrus iVathcred from the forests of uwib'j ""v.vt: "V" ""vm v 'u CL-Ik VlWI ll YtA ItSAfl it n.llllAvt 01 people Yfnn m ue resuus u CUEES All manner df Stood dtseXses from the pestiferous little boll on yournoso to the worst cases of Inherited blood taint such as Scrofula Rheumatism Catarrh and Treatise on Bloodfandl Skin Diseases mailed fee SwirrbPBCinc Co. Atlanta Ga THE CLIMATE OF TEXAS ITSRELATIOH 10 AGElOULTtfRE AND HEALTH. Agricultural AdYar-tag" The Fruit Crop. The Gulf Coast as a Health Resort. Low Death Eate of Galveston. United States executive document No. 5 fifty-second congress first ses- sion "The Climate of Texas1' by Gen- eral A.- V. Greeley contains in appen- dix No. 7 a report by Dn 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 & health resort.- I will add the follo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 May 1893

) II" fl It M'; .' M Tbe Abikmc Reporter. PWHItMCO AT FRIDAY MAY 5 t 3' MEW MOMNY JX. . k JUwerrw sa SeowS Srtt. 4 th AWVmio. Text Potoc Seeii4-CIa4 HtUtr. u 'AmM tK mmW nswwnt' $t.$o 75 '".bmmM -- lJiilMft1UA Tan-la mm nnn jswws isaw aAST0CNB TAS8KNGMU .............. I0:40A.M. ssnil JO5 A K w$bound passing. intiMiiila- 4-T. 3P r. M. MiXf is' at hotn to rest and WIN k frt fo hits neWg to say. Ckveknd pressed tl but jksn Monday and the great World's fair WW OdenjCn. J?-'-' If wui Uavj'f -tnitiM4rl vrviw rai the Cisco sufferers do so 'without 'snrincr delay. PEARCE TO RETURM K ike rate war keeps up between 4n radreadi the average Texan wiN fttteseethe big fair. Amor thongh just recovering from Me that bwned nearly everthing in ' town has raised $300 for the Cisco dyclone sufferers. Ht. Jfemr of Thm i. vb mcqtttotMoM SHEftlFF DOrtLAM STARTS TO-DAY. Jn JWH TWTWHt wj' WW AMWa"MM utfkKjMvsfM Vaajak-nnBi 4iA j Xta Ajunrwriajr at t.e Var. . A Dallas News special from East land sajs of the r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 May 1893

II '0 0 'u r 'f ( V ? t . A dt i And the original 'f AT- :&t Siberiaij) Ihltelouitlaln Cameron a Phillips' These are all superior goeds and we "will take pleasure in showing .them to you if you will favor us with a call. . Very respectfully oameron & phillips; XjOOXj. Crocus at Brown's. Fancy goods in great variety at cost at Hamden's. 17-tl. ' " "Oscar Pepper" and "Old Forester" at George 0. Graves. 7tf ' ' m 1 We handle nothing but first class whiskies wines etc. Jones & Taylor tf Arnold's Staford's and Carter's inks only 6octs. a quart at Harnden's. 17-tf Now is the time to' secure one of those galvanized iron cisterns made by ' Cameron & Phillips. Chas. Ebersoll who'has been clerk ing" for J. M. Radford expects to take a trip to New Mexico prospecting.. ' ' Bass' drug store now boasts of' an awning supported by -delicate iron columns. The occupants are keeping shady about it. Good rains were reported both north and south of Abilene last Sunday morning. Here there...

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

'KPl T y ' V7 ' 11 1 it m ia Ymm "ft Wtowi-- i a sfcort extract Ink hi aM JMtkk o "hone ratting Jh' ! belbre the Texas Live iMdnioMttwii tKe paper betflf Wwntby Ho. Henry JfcVail of Dal- CaifM mrestigtlo has fed me to & thftt'tt climate soil grasses ai fMHM of Texas are unsurpassed Ar It breeding and development of flaw horses." -Kentucky claims that W bfcta grass reclon is especially wfcXd to this industry because of "h titnestone with which it ts under liwl. If this be a desirable factor Tex m Imui special advantage in this re mmL as she lilts more linie than free ato&&.&!er. And a large portion of her territory is also underlaid with lime- ttwu. I believe in fact that vre have M the necessary advantages and that we cm with reaso expect the highest poafibte results if we add to these nat- ural advantages intelligent management emiylcd with the most successful strains of Wood. There are already in Texas qujte a atmber of well bred stallions and not a few but too few...

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

wmmim? v -rw V0J I? . - m BRK ThkTra Jtar to on IM twl WATERPROOF COAT Wurtrjjjl )N th WM I A. J TOWER BOSTON. MASS for The Ladies White and gold effects ate still the rage. Quaint and curious pieces of furniture abound in all well rcguUted drawing rooms. No longer massively impressive but Frerichy- graceful and sinking. Decorations' followthis same hint. Pure dazzlitignvlilw picked out with girding is emphatically the com- bination of the day. China silk is still much in vogue for small children. TJley launder well and are either pure white or striped with light shades of pink blue yellow or any dilicate shades prefered. A pretty trimming for an evening skirt is a de?p flounce of lace headed with two or three narrow puffs. Among the many things suggested for wear at the Worlds Fa'.r are a new glove of ifldderately heavy kid. They will be much more serviceable and not much warmer than a light thin kid. Among the handsomest of the sea- son's bonnets are those with gold wires with cro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 May 1893

rr u!'Hw ryf7WFrir.F ' -Ul BUTTON PRESSED. TV Machinery of thtf Xxpoition Springs into Lif. AN IMPRESSIVE' SCENE Pri(et Cleveland Stands Before the Largest Audl- eaoe Ever raced by an American Citizen. AN ELOQUENT ADDRESS. Dm Ceremonies Brief but Inspiring Th Woman's Boildtatr-Bedi- catod with Appropriate Exercises. ' ' t World's Fair. Grounds Clttcago III. May i. Jupiter Pluvius held an uplifted fist ovti Chicago tliis morning. The skits were sodden and a bleak chilly mist filled the atmosphere. The weather conditions seemed not to have yielded to Cleveland luck. The bunting In the city throughout was damp and listless and a general tone of gloom pervaded die air and streets. But to Chicago whose day of history litis was the conii ton of the weather counted for naught and eatly the peo- ple were astir. At 8:45 the exact time scheduled the Duke of Veragua and his1 party entered their carriages at the auditorium to proceed to the Lexington hotel Where the parade to the world's fair g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 May 1893

(I u'-Vhi'iTf' VQL. XII. A1ELBJTS TMXAM TMJDA.Y MOMfTXCr MAY 18 IS6S. KO. li. I " ' l - - . . . . . ' . .. . . The Abilene Reporter. ' ' ' -it-' .'. .' ".' ' ' ' . - . . . ..... .... .. I II iPipi l lll-.l.l.ll. . . - II. I .. ... 1.1. 1 ... miii.ri.M.MtnH llll..1.....l..l..Ml il..- !... -.. -I..!.... .1 l. II. -I...I.. . ! 111 II ....... W..I.M.. ' LT!? ""'"""T-" " .. - II I II .... M 1 . .. M .... A . - I. n . J . ' 1 ' ' ' ' ' ' ....-..-. --'- i- I'M M ! I l I ! '"W'l" ) I ! !! I H.IHW I I II llll "A K 'i. KIWI XOTKI. Elbe Tlrayhie ef the Week VtBM U ram f tit Cesntry Briefly- Given. lAYr-M"3' A- E. Stevenson wife of the vice-president reported as being quite ill at her hotne in Bloomington Hi. State medical association meeting at Galveston adjourned leaving elected Drs. Sears of Waco and Kosser ol Dallas respectively president and vice president. Land Commissioner McGaughey ac- quitted by the Texas senate of the charges of carelessness and incompe- tency on which he was impeache...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 May 1893

i.-i '.' iK !w7T iMfJlljHK lllllll.ll MI.H III Ml I I Iiiniii ii CITY DIRECTORY. " 3T VfX 7- t MBVvrTT Bmtm MlniyL MMtr fMM FHiv MWHIi W JlPV wWKel la mcd wonta. views wt lsTHe4UMeHt. . J.O. Craws "0. HAM1le6efdr. mm amif So. iiSl1l A St. KoMs Its leeavocsuons.tBeswoHn rrumrnium m metitli In their ball third floor. nmer m4 ' - -r." r:r-T --. t j -. i-- ii a" kaa.n in .tifjirunil. tuiru iimKi uhtoi mn l WsUdlnft comer Pise Mid North Seeeftrl i YT. S. O. JoassJM. Seeretawr. j sum w k. ir i JMtaceLodc X0.SM P. .d A.Jt.-lroWkHe HM4 eeeHsunlcstlotM. the Am MttAjr tea meata lit teelt haM lhrt Mt Partef M Nmth tralldinr. comer fine nil North Sec m iimti. 8. P. Jottsaoir Secretary .LO. O F-n everyrueMay- night 1b lbs tec Khali. AUTUiUnirethwn.eord!Uyln fa te attend. YV.H-TrrN.a. JL ST. HiwmL ftpi'i-lan Me aC the West Lodce No. . K. ot rV-Xeets ssotT1vi evening M Ha Castle Halt V1H- taC Eafehtt ordUllylnvlted to attend. . O. B vnxR.K. of R. and B. A O. U W.-diteet every. 8rt and third Tae at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 May 1893

w T t iffrr f 4) ' 11 O J X r . i'rw .SCROFULA r. B. Ji fctwell JWiwd Mum. ty bet .(her ft 1mm cured of Scrofula by the ceo four tattle of BBB after hating had Inch other treat- HssBHBl cnt and being lanced to qnlta low condition of health Mlt i thought abq could not lire. Cored my little boy ofherodt- I Ulef Mrofttl t4M!i nblchnp. red ll orer his ffiiS face. For year I bad -j-atfv('Klireniipainiot If bli rfSfxii''reoOTr7i ben finally lw Xtej HKMccd to sea L few bo teles cared Mm nd ho rmetoms of the dlaeaee remain. i ma. t. u. jaaTHERg wamerrme. Mua. I Oni task oa Stood tad Skin Dl ti i nillj to. I Bwrr brscuic Co. Atuau. c. rHE CLIMATE OF TEXAS ITS RELATION TO AGRICULTURE AMD HEALTH. Agricultural Advantages The Fruit Crop. The Gulf Coast as a Health Resort. Low Death ' Rate of Galveston. United States executive document No. 5 fifty-second congress first ses sion "The Climate of Texas" by Gen- erl A. V Greeley contains in appen- dix No. 7 a report by Dr. I. M. Cline local forecast ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 May 1893

fft u y - w T"-" (T r"- " y t o 0 c L. The Abfleoe Reporter. WltMUnitt AT FRIDAY MAY it 193. sr.a a1 ..''' - v ''.. ' ' ":: :: it tfa'AblfeM. Tmm Pettoata M - .4......I.JO .... 40 JfHf sPtt( JmMMI GtfttWv luMt Ifo STWIWiB vv M WK ee th te pmt will f m prit h MMHt wttk "Hon." bfete k s4 tefetewce to whitkers wilt be cowlhied to report of cyclones The RroTRR cofrtkte (He Hon. gentleman. The Retotcr is glad when any owe get ottt of trouble. MM rMiH 4U HM 7lMi BAST-MXIND rASSNOL. ........lOttO A. M 11:05 A. H WEST-SOUND rASSXKCUU ..................... 4:08 r.M. 4:30 P.M. Why has the Progressive Cora- ceased to progress? Semeoae hits suggested that blon- Ked tresses are not the rightful heirs. who wears them is certainly not a of nature. The press boys are having a good ( m Dallas this week and leave city for Chicago toaigh'. The RaroftTpft wishes the gang a pleasant Every Texaa weekly so farTeceived a said editorially that the world's opened ob May 1st. Every weekly has added that G rov...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 May 1893

41 ' iU- I)l.l s- l '-. 'S '.? ' ' ' . 'iX' : ' ' .''''.)' 'a ' i .''.". ' V- -'' ' .' ' T ' ' - : i ' ..'.. VS- ' .-'' - - ' uv . lite Mountain Ice Cream Freezers? '.'' -.jia: Andthe original 'TSrf.J.'! Sf: S'J.tjj $ 'i. 'AT A v''-1 ' ""'.i'lSf-'v ilV:.Theseare;;all iii showing "them ' ''.. '" ' ' DLOG-AJD Now is the time to paint. Cheapest stationery in town at Harnden's. X7-tfi Granite ware the house-keeper's friend a large shipment just received at Cameron & Phillips When you need whiskey wine or brandy for medical purposes Jones & Taylor keep the best. - tf. For Salk Good Miller carriage A A TV! I! mimm a riiiwus fcC . . J ''ifWXt .XMJ'.JW i .? and gentle family horse 16 hands high. ' x" Also-good Jersey 'cdw. Apply to C. Evans. 14-tf Mr. J C. Lackland formerly cashier of the Abilene National Bank now of El Paso passed through the city going I' 'east on Tuesday. 4. 1 If you want to borrow money on J land remember that Will Stith & Co. .. can get the loan through as ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 May 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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