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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 May 1893

www u s u fit l-- . ' ' -MV ?!' 4i ..! " TA TtaM fittrjmf Cut hi th World t SUCKER n.nta uiim umm u w....j .... jIVCB'n T"17 w'rvvv v T viiiuiimi nlrrl &w roMn&i pwet rhHni coat and v innutuviwi inmi ion it. imntrt- Rolon Mm. J St i K M"JJH rtiJ" it not SfclloH. A.J.T0WEK.1 tot Tkt Ludie. Black organdies come with clusters 6f cherry and unripe blackberries tossed gracefully on their sheer surface. They must be made up over black taffeta silk or French sateen( so the design may be effective. The fashion of wearing bodices con- trasting in material mud colonvith tile skirts is on the increase. A dress made for summer watering place has an eminence velvet bodied ahd white skirt- The accepted flower vases of class. around the neck of which is tied a big bow of ribbon corresponding in color with the table decorations. Revers front and back alike are ' placed by Parisian modistes upon the bodice of modish promenade cos- tumes. Flumeha a dotted swiss with tinted designs is among th...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 12 May 1893

101)1'" " " ' '" ' " ''"". mHBWBiBIIWi!WLiliwLj"BCTroi MMMBBtaali OSS ''" .-. 1 -Ji -giTT i i aWM..i..;l..' ?:. r r fl.tr.ir j. . . .: y . . ...g- .- r. ... " -n .1' Jb M P . fuf j u rt I II tfl-J r- ? th; KC fm e ummmmtm A -a4 k wm at TW wereo- of tW Ckce cvcfeee Ihmi jN It Ml Iff CMOTK NM KM IaimiI M aw-iimic tc)M stiM tows in. No ;4i..toce the greet storm' has been ' fllitwMibs xy of sorrow aad aeae ' -e Wheat rHrpkjroof of the hearty sym- ;jphy of he peopk erf Texa ad erf Vhe which. Ceatribetioas ef money mi4 g'A of neceesarks have been seat e ill strifcnaf oMMmmity free alt .dissctfoes BeiWieg malcriak have. Ike shipped to the town mI wi&i.ig wuchanks have hesteaed there to aid the ckkeas m repeirmg toseW extent thematenal damage. Ik has been heart readkf work tfctwafw. rive ekarwf away erf the blood ayesakkd ruins of the oece happy lnwaes ami prosperous bask hoese. The first awful shock of the whoksak skash aad devastatka. had to give place e speechless agony Noae hi time ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 May 1893

.' '-W ' J'i 0 U u .i ABtLsm txxjls iday jtonijr mat itrii. . -Ifr -. j mc. so. T " - . ... ii t I . .i..i y fc liny .. ... . I t ' ' ' i'l ' in. i .Hi.fc .I... ... ...t. .. -I l...M......rt i ..Wt-- n n-m i.mn luni . -i . . f ' -l ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' '' "'" i II I I liww-HM I II .1 .! II ! ! ' iWKlllpiMlliipiiwpiM ! IH III! Ill III .nW-- MM Hi JIOTII. '.i Ths Tslefrajnte leef Ue Wek . rtjSeST AU M May 14. Goed" rams throughout Kansas Asong the past week tended to jtve the crops. Wheat will foot up more thin half crop. Near Cheawem Mass.. 3000 pounds of dynamic was exploded under the' YandfrDii. yatcn Aiva wntcn was suak last Augtist by the steamer H F. Dimmock of the Metroplitan line. At the time itfwasr upjoseT that .Mr. Vanderbilt wb'ufd ViseStiC boat" but wreckers found her so badly broken up that the attempt Was .abandoned The yatch was directly 'in the path of the passing vessels and Several have been wrecked on her. Then the gov. erarnent insisted that the wreck should be removed...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 May 1893

W.M "h - 41 - 1 I 1 ' ' ' . ... . . .1 III ' & LK K SSa &. CITY DKECTORY " "Tk ... JMBie "VWsBEsMWbbw aS."? i."m K. A. K.-s IM jemskmue4fhettttfaeer run M4 ' S. O. JotutMS eisasiititinn h TS fMHr MM i meat ta the belt tat leer hfcr i butl An ItM. I Ftste ana H (Mill aee tMtw.in: . - . W. I) TifcM.iig JlMMIM. o. r. a weryTasjac eRitJ All VMKMi mfllllll WHt" JaESfflftii&te Wa.Tseiium gMeK4taMj tarWea t Xlv.w?mM every iteti ac. ewetMeiTeee. tuBLof F. B1L AllTtatttocfct fnr I. W.BTSIM Wi Certlt Tl ! UMM "'every Am 4 thtea Tnltr la seek bHiis vocvs PHwfm nflBHn iamamw IM HNfNMI HI MMMMM WW M L (W aVMvQV Wwl ! pWNVJniTlWHt .4. Jt.JlilXBB t il Out. SM ..IMC m4 a. .v yy .! "If BfM 1W T iiahoal r i j i H uTi i1 V- a. taut imUgiw it m. aad -as .m.:vafr twrtMMiiw realac ;?:. m. a. a. wooiuwn i'. u. ef the BeavenlyTleat Serricee oa Sn- jet 11a.m. aBa.Hur.meaeeBKraco e ebeola9:3aBU tan CSarc 8unTschoolt:a.M.: MTtM every Sea m 11 a. m.4 Ikm.; layer meetta- irefaeaaar iWk a S m; T WBCA...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 May 1893

4 o. o mHTmUtr M WIIXIWIHmiI rM4alahlHtlMkfWlltM C ha. 'thOMWt IggJ-g all ThtralCMMO wMofcmowaonwmtutiir tradlcata. motH of 0 ttMa trmtL WftM m jrM M tMt wtent Ira ". M M a Mtikt KUIIm WCsa fWJSsBieia W SBSjjejnGSj MfMTa Bend tor If "IM. '!! Mm ynwfc wxjrx - j.u vvt AtUftta Q THE OLIMATEOE TEXAS It - . JIT3SEL1TI01I TO 1QXI0ULTTJ1S AMI MIALTH. 'I lagricnlttral Advantage Thafralt Crop.! "' Qilf Coast a Zst t u-.' : HeaHk Xsssrt. low Death " '." Hate et 0Wete.' ?. -vl- r UnitedJStates executive document INo. 5 fiftysecondxoB'gresi first ses- lsion ''The Climate of Te3tast" by Gen eral A. Wv Greeley contains in appen dix No. 7 a report by Dr. I M. Cline local forecast official in Galveston. am which the following is extracted: As regards some of the undeveloped lindustrtesf the slates and the advan tages of tlie cjjmate as a health resort II will add the following as a brief 're sult of some of '"my observations and study of these cubfects during the several years J have been stationed...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 May 1893

'h Sj 'W i - iiwnvivi j. i v & It t) IT.T kABKkr 1 J u ii I) The Abneqfttdr. ntiDAY.MAY ta tlu. '':" XTO meat Jfoxjrr jr. m ii iil . in thi atonme iH AHHen. Ten ToMbiSe M Stee&d-Ctaaa XU Matter.- .s 7S 4 L-L "iSf lMriTtMM ............rota ak. '.a................. ..11:054 K WWT-MWMD r-AwaNOfcX. .......... 4vC r V ..........k.. J tt 4:30 P. M. ass eansaBf eiSHwe nensjae Ml AMCn a iatn the marches. Jwt WOfBl Wtn aW'Tex aeaoctanen next yntay tl- AbrfcaeY profiessive ceaiwnUtee is getting down to Imwmk. The genjbkrs have said good bye to Jwt Worth aad gene to Chicago. The II 1ae papers might pat their to better nat then The Texas Mate hmt and Dallas ex promises se be a bigger show t?er this feU TlieHEroRTER appreciates the good eaconracefeeat k receives die people of AMhk Tfce Texas press boys are seeiag the Jair and aaaapaag the ted lioor o( the windy atj on the lakes thk week. The tamer who kept right up with 1m work h agaia ahead of his neigh- W who stopped to talk about the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 May 1893

ft ' fl siXp '. - mi " - - " ... ...... -jnr . . -. ) ffMfttf t. tfW T ' :lif I I i ssBBnm nHssssV m A nw. .V iiwv. -"-mnannam sauBBBBBBBBBBBsnT' nv aflMMi nssmMmnuBBBsr ..'ATj '.' . .'i'V V.vtj.-iAH : SACRIFICE mwmm &? ? fit ;V W&tO rfjpJi;! Jr . ! itt a-. 4&JM ( ' AWf i i....-Vi n .awn j v. it TT " of fine and Medium :;0 ivto swots ..: rfS ILL continue one raeek longer. aJhoelio have attendedtthis sale know very well the great and honest values we gave them and consequently Heed no urging. It is those who have not taken advantage df our GtfeEAT sacrifice sale that we especially invite to call and convince themselves of the tremendous induce- ments we now offer them in Clothing and shoes. These few items will give you an idea of how deep our cuts are and as stated in our circular we offer the unrestricted choice of every one of pur finest Tailor-Made suits double and single breasted Prince Alberts and Chesterfields in cluded WORTH $28 $25 m $22.50 M $15. Your choice of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 May 1893

W. TOM -JtFi arc; .a. . 'v-v " I (;.' . ''ft V ! IPjKTOi .- V v I PI IIS m EgJWlli'' 'MA!'?" ' "' "I Byffiiir. i ' ii tl i jn 1 1 KTTyMwith I Bjpaxajms. SjBWXaBBBmBBBBBWjsxfg. aaaaay Wi' m-aawaj I . Brdfle.ldV Km ReftMlsr itasl NSTMMTION. ii At lit MW Xnee. M W boafcood'a home Mala Be erefrt 5k some guilty tUng -A a bird with a brake wteg Wmt atefteace MuKaefMeKMfeu Ae cce More towie aitatue. SOnc TfcaC he fceem at am wether a knee. Tatre hi W Up In the dear old way Ite laid M fevered head A wtMMtaea cliildiih jjrjef held sway He imi to be comforted. Sae 4M a feeKeve that his heart was bad liar tfw eet&I sot foijet you tee 1W day he katk a happy lad a prayer at kk Mothers knee. Cm a Dalit's fej-jWeaejaones tins absol e! AtKwch etiaet aged hand ' Taete sprang wMiifl him a new resolve Ldke e gfanfttc of a promise land. TVawah aepeatatat lean thai felt like raia Ik beheld new years to be; -KAa-lao he began Ke tct again JtigH there athk mother! ksee. m G. Hankey. . t ..k TO MIDM JUS...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 May 1893

"tl 'fri"f' . .J?'pJV;W N " 0 a "'V-g OjJ m m& WATERPROOF COUT IMesiseS"" M HI WMMI Or A. J. TOWt. KKTON. MASS iinimtii miu f h tiMAi.'roi m Duffs' With insertion diwfi 'ttipedjWia. TWgri -l-J !!- LL nL!L J! are tinitWWi www nM pieiiig jc vers or brctelta f Wwe or cMrToa. Lace (MtrtMM afterdating length ffise or ui with bands of silk gatin velvet &t cVoh are showy. A cream cloth with bkvck lce is a pretty combinatipa A popdr drM skin is the direc- toirc mode) which hs a sloped front breadth gof ed tide breadths and two full straight bck breadths. Gold htkpins are again fashionable. both those of toMd gokU and tortoise shell moutedio. gold. Check suits are worn a great deal. They are made- !(ailor .fashion. . With this suit is worn white collars and cUtTs. " .Shirt waists so a fashionable modiste says are to give way to the pointed casque me reign 01 mc rouna waisr was short lived being becoming to very few. An absurdity of street advertising which rnust strike every housekee...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 May 1893

' 0 tSh UK -. v ': V l w.: t:St fa:& : V: I - - :. we- - W" I - U 1-tft.v htftf S' 9 If Bfet. r itr; w .t h. IT" to. i feU. T tt tt'HC r J Jftr- it . L r"i- Ta im. H)WJC--KoHcwcwterflawtwW . auk ImH. itenofMtt ec. for tfcfe wAhm ttMmM b mt W' tty oft Wtri mm rf tfct wtfectf. ft teon in it Week m e ami. ' k k hmccmuy AM i tie M ttwawi iayt.il M iconflufikMe not Ht we w teitfc h thai the writer Ws know to Wt wm eeikte contribution tor tw ae- MMTlNjQH . IfWt WdM a I Key West ci- rrrytfnat & -v . J'cw OTwl X 4. ifl-viaa snurr miui tvbm. Mr R. C. Dellis' school wiJ. clotej --.M... XT... 4-li. ...lit v.lJLjUim rlJraJ lii(nnn wimnwm Mftersaersed 'with muwc AH of hat. jMiioas and the public generally are eafduiHy invited to attend. Exercttet ' tWm two to four oeloek. t. m. Mr. and Mrs John B. Bell returned) from Mignolii Ark. Tuesday even- . Mr. aad Mrs. Tattle Bairdt spent Twesdayhere. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lowdoa accow- paaiedby th1Adihtcr' '-Mm Ger- trade and Mr" aM fcrej 0.f (. Sf-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 May 1893

7W? 1 .. .! i .. i . y . f ! I !.!. t Ill llll I l It i l it' .hi ii V TOJJ. XII. Aamnrx txxai muday Moimtjca miy 28 ises. WO. 91. 'i ""TTTT-. ... . . M ..'ii I jp - - ; . ' -" t ' i 1 1 i i i i i i i i I I HE ABILENE ' ' ' ' ' ' ' . ' ' i -.! I III .. 1 1 1 i Reporter - iw XOTM. The Tlgrai Xewi trVke Wesic ft all Turn f the Cesntry May 19 The Episcopal council of Texas at its forty-fourth annual meet- Ing in Galveston decided to hold its next session in Houston convening I May 161894. Adjournment of the United States supreme court for the term. The as- signment of the justices for the next term is as follows: . v First circuit Maine Massachusetts' New Hampshire and .Rhode Island Justice Gray. Second Vermont Connecticut and New York Justice Blatchford. Third New Jersey Pennsylvania and Delewate Justice Shiras. Fourth Maryland Vermont West Virginia North Carolina and South Carolina Chief Justice Fuller F1M1 Georgia Florida Alabama Mississippi Louisina and Texas Justice Jackson. Sixth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 May 1893

f. i nfl r 'V r"'f Mr . ' : !! I - a -Ij. 4' f K CITY DIRECTORY. -i'.miIisH ljai ; fJMtOTtBey Ne.f. Kateet Temsv- lli1 m-itlMr-iAilr-aiTlii4ftv 1F TsWF"jrjl -wtHKr-powr egaa ettd fiat Mreete on ike wee:. ltiatt hi wen moate. rutting mr WweieUy ln-ltcl to Attend. Km. Commander. a RAeettec6tler . . . bm Ckwwr No. 1. R. A. M. Hod its eoariMUous Ui MCntid FrUUr nlsbt ta mouth In theWhaU third Hoot forter u bonding corner rine ana jionn secona W. s.O.Joxo-. secretary. Kn M.S. K.P. t . . mm lo- naOT r im a. .-inbi eeBHHitefcmi Ue ftmSaumWj night .ta fat MMk t their bH third M mm.. entbUag corner rine sad . Jf aMete. W. 8. 0 JottNWR. 9 Mil nan ultra how rener t jsortn eo- Secreterr. m . uoo La. o. k. : W.H. Inn erery Tuesday nigs e .i-S&i''WEMSSWr Uiw Tatdeyavttncaltwctela. VtaK--mcBatgM eortttHr lavHed to sHead. u s m.mmr.C!d I ! W. eM e-ery aad t Mr Taee- ' ' dmr sjt Ib X. ojr. halt Ml rfettlng btethrea MMr wmea. w wavan n. t. J.4. Vrtntwmv Recorder. I ttami' Cfcrinlaa Temaerence Unk...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 May 1893

iy- vr ' ' i" if i? : J V. My ; '.wv dvvv IBvood?- J.dLjTldbMMfud ssH 4 i Toilttlllt S. S.C iSjfS&iSlejteef ESSSSUKL Hm m MMUHmtly. '1x7m! tT.W KunUII.T. bar fcwfc Mee4 m4 BMn D4mmm mailed free. nwit'iumwiiu THE CLIMATE OF TEX AS ITBSELATIOM TO AGRICULTURE AMD HEALTH. AgriealUral JMhrantagM The Era It Crop. The Gilf Coait as a Health Xewrt. Low Death Rate ef Galveston. United States executive document No. 5 fifty-second congress first ses sion "The Climate of Texas" by Gen. eul A. W Greeley contains in appen- dix No. 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 slates and the advan- tages of the climate as a health resort. I will add the following as a brief re- sult of some of my observations and study of these subjects during the sevsral years I have been stationed in Texas: Wheat raising is an industry which is comparatively in its infancy. There are a present less ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 May 1893

: i. t? w 7 RV Wr n as. - . jiMhii iii iMiriHiiHiiwyJH.if n 'I'-"-' te Auiteie Reporter. nmjwtt AT vbtlxvb - - - xp. earm : -a.1:;: 'r?r: a rIDA.Yf MAY 6 t83. Wiwi yMiji. i i..i .". & MOJWVi J?. i&tffcr. s jl. Ll 'L HMTM JfctMnc. a Second Street m rite AbllB. Tcxm I(toffie at Seeead-CliMi Jfftil Natter. STiS taWttlftta t. .$1.50 75 1 ' 1 r ' a4 VMtft XMa4 TleM Tatt. AST-BOUND rASHNQU. tt-4. ...-.......... 10:40 A. M. .tu !. 11:05 A. M WIsVboVND FASSCVGER ............. 4:08 P. M. 4. ...... ...... 4:30 P.M. IHII) 'N''1 la Balaam's time the 'Speaking of fctstas was miaculws 6uto the donfcey domino t pf the biking.. ; f 1ssilof old that &$et is whtittt honorin h's own country. In tikis country & man of honor isoo often without profit. ' . The BairtfStar says that civil service tc ilmmoug- The Star evidently be- sieves m the old time motto concern- ing the victors and the spoils. They are having snow m Minnesota -. . -"" i kiMmg frost m Kansas while here. ;m the Abikne co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 May 1893

JX. tn.s X - i . ' East Call'! To-Day will most M.y .. r ' Boy's and Children's Finest Cloth- ing Abileneites ever saw;. ' ; -J' fee - u "SF ;oing PrieesA also "W jU . 1 i 16. iOjl XaOO-A-Ij G. A. Kirkland left Saturday for New York. Every device in jishing. facile at Cameron & Phillips'. ;.. v 4 ' . 11 Go toGus Ackermans for pure whis kies wines and cigars. Prof. C. G. Foust will leave to-day" I to visit the world's fair. 11 Ed. CoatperC spent last week in I Dallas and Ellis counties. Sheriff Cunningham returned from Fort Worth and Dallas Tuesday. The best foreign and domestic MMv-iHVMMaiteM (liquors and cigars at W. A. Gray's u The harvest is on nd the yield of wheat is placed at an average of ten I bushels. m 1 Rev. Robert Stuart held services at. the Episcopal church in Colorado City on Sunday. If you want to be rich and to go to Europe there to die bappy advertise in the Reporter. Isham Cranfill of Parker county 1 1 - visited his daughter Mrs D. C. Lim- baugh Wednesday. m 1...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 May 1893

tfr BKSWSsFW I . i if MotwERy 'I Friend" V BJMJKLfla Ska as fwsaalaaslsa I C !. MOCXOU. BUM WIT MT lliri HOW MM TiakarU a jKyjrail UXeeogslia Mm Jtatarleat Jim YiBfrr. "Saeakmf of detective reminds me f a little experience I once had with AIm Pinker toa out m Frisco." The sfHaheV wtt Jim Younger who is scrv- Mf a life sentence ra the Minnesota tosahsatiery at Stillwater for the- great NtnMkM hank robbery of September y 1876. "I saw Pinkertoa only mii my We" continued Younger (md that was at the Palace hotel in Tnsco where I had the honor n eat- iac sapper with him and Yankee Bly the treat Louisville detective. It was m the spring of 1876. The Wells Usage epr ess had been held up corn- tag tar-oaah the rnouc tains in southern Caafetaa aad robbed of about $50000. The Piakertoas were pat to work on aW case. They found out that I was m California at the time and of coarse 4ay had oar crowd down for doing site work. But every thing was hud to die James and Younger brothers in those days ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 May 1893

Jp (i - I 11 I l Mill- ! II 4 Slpi Tin But . Yitermftf SUCKER tbrMikMAB KICKS hwarraati wafer woof; aid IJJWtMha4Mrm.. Thf ial Cfinf . A. J. TOWBK Upton Mill j I f r The IUm. In DresntkvR one ldy to onothcr the pentmstoa ito be ttcured A tingle worna MKid be presentee! to a married Mytoitthe reverse;. The same law should prevail m the intro duction of gentleman to gentleman A sauaoag oneoi me most usetut of household ardclest Its virtues are enual.if not superior to the hot watei big and the cost is considerably less. The sand stiouia De tine ana clean and should be thoroughly cleaned out before being bagged. It is better to cover the flannel bag which holds the sand with a cotton one as it prevents the sand from sifting put. A bag not larger than ten inches square is an available size. Mothers whose chil dren are subject to earache will find these bags invaluable; they hold the heat a longtime and theif composition is such that they are adjusted to the affected parts. . Mrs. PJulin...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 May 1893

1 (1 jL --0 - 't -L..aAViiiiirra 4 if leDtniil it Greeoe paue just rtt-fvJ a liiyt of flr)-. Buggies Phaetons ii Hacks r and Carts to whick tkey would iavrlte your ftttastica. IcDiDiel A Gwnd Quwar Etc. Ctottiil Street APILEKE TEXAS. DIRECTORY. t-Kvtyapjs. SAYtCS A 9AYLKLawjr Abilene Tfj. Office up Hair 1'orter Alteeves building 3 1 Tno. X.Wil.U AttArney-et.taw Abilene Texas. Land and collection a peclHj-. COCKltKtL. POCKtlELL & TUXSTT-Attdf tternnl lAtr. addition to a complete atf wracttif Taylor posotr cur Mr TflleM went It fjttion to Bexar and Tram countlta. where bi ntotracted all Oats ajrectlngTaylor county lands Hate the general land office filet for Taylor Co. EOWJX TF OOXTetertnair liurgeon . Calll left at Shelby & Hairabarn wttl be-proraptlt tirmrered Colts oroke and trained either fo"i road or track. DBNTISTS. DR.AW. AKnERSOX-Medlcal and gurglca. BeMJct. Office orer Ward A Alexander' atrog ) Pine vtreet . KRCH1TSCTS !f ARcaEB-.rchltectaad3n5erlntendem OOee; Archer ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 June 1893

1 n The Abilene Reporter VOL. XII. AJILIITE T1XAI 7RIDAT MOMf TKQ JUKB 2 1803. HO. 919. JTIWI XOTES. The Tlr?kie llews ef the Week r all 7arti of the Country Jrlely Hires. K MaV a8-5At Tarborough.t N.j Mrs. Steel an aeronaut dropped C I.- oop feet and escaped death. ' Charles A Shopleig a deacon of a Portsmouth N H church attempted suicide. At Lebanon Ky Wallace and Ed. win Brown were fined $400 each for white-capping. At Muncie lnd.v the wife of James Ellison deserted him after being.married only three months. Kansas bankeis have elected dele- gates to the national cogress .which will be held at Chicago next month. At Wikesbarre Pa... James Hogan was attacked in a mine by rats and barely escaped being eaten alive Mrs. Martin Kaine of Pittsbnrg Pa. has become insane the results of brutal treatment at the hands of herbusband At Princeton Ky Charles Higgins has filed suit against W H Clements in the sum oi 85000 for betraying his daughter. Clements ts a well-to-do church member. The P...

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

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