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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 February 1894

7"TTjT6 ' '. 'J1 ' 4 V Wwl' D-r 0 "WWiTJ Ui-ft nft n.i A' i A) I --j j '"V 3'. JL ua I? 1 ?" f"" ' 'M 'WW-'-" 'J 'J H i J3 w . IE IMw?1; " r" I f Ivl"fcVV Spcfer DFarnatie Cp. "-Mf-MALtilE SOONER.. POPULARfMCES- 15 125 and 85 cefitS Spwlal Scemry. Niw S?nts aid -" WE WANT TO ( WITH YOtJR MEW . GARDEN . TOOLS. . and . IMPLEMENTS. We have a complete line to which we inyiteyour attention. Our goods are the best made and bur prices are correct. ' . Call and see us. ( 4 Yours .U BD. S.HUGHES & M fr .. . .. .... .. .. . ;r. .jarzs ' i ''ii r "jttt 7" yf ir ;" .i-i'x ' Glva yurt oy.avdiGrl8 ai '; CHAJCE Encourage thxa ia .the habit of self- edtttfttloa lir PcIflB i jour heme that great horn educator Tho Kews1 Edltloa Eacyclopedia Britonlf a. Toa eeats a day will huy it. 8tc adver- i tlswneat oa another page; ' O. W ROBERTS1 Gaifection PJency and General. Information Bareao.' ." Wc a preparetl tofafiWri'shOft.notJee at a miriimum ciat a pOrrtctlUl 5t)f 'the name ami post-office addresse...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 February 1894

f. ''.V V? h 0 ' I2S frmrityihinyirtii'i1 '" iWmt)Pl I! . u :&JsA? i' ou - if M r- u mmMwMp ??? HfMiiii uihtntiil - . v'it' 1 W '4 t'W -Attttt&MI. . - Jk 'r o. jWjf t. u inwiiMa km mm k atari 1 '& f ''?' ' ! afecqpta tf -f cfcrv-tky Otli; M. hi cannot go far away fbncft jr rwrwmoti mny jel get gmt vjnent in finding out what Wl-6im work realty w Acting upon bi ttaft wJwn I dweiBg the '" tpiMtingof cotton 1 long smce hap- .. peocd to Mk inyifatf How and why docs tnttoa iptm land' what wit! On put- rting'tbnt question of bow and why doe cotton sprrJ;to a. meeting of about too oracttcal srnnners.I fcuad that at f &? that tffnej only one knew the real form arid structure of the cotton fibrt. All jyfltW thought that the adhesion ef ifire. to fibre "wis by way of barbs or noprw; corrtsponainr to those on feathers or otl the beard of rye. One only 'the late Governor Straw long time agent of the Amoskeag Manu- facturing Co. had the light conception of the twisted form of each...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 February 1894

BRESwra .. m .!' IVvfT t ' v ' '(' fr-- it - 1 MBUMiJUJMaiWJIUWltfiia M MUi I J 1 ..h.w wji "WWW.'iWM frWMHrWWmmmWMKKQMm fry. ..ri .. T -." y Vl WE ARE SOLICITOUS fj mnm frf H lv IIRI i i ; ' LuOMjin. finuri M JbMhMk V ..I i Wilnlm i ii i ' l ii P. '' Jl oiito ' r ' INE - STREET - and Grain our patroaag will appreciated. lS4PRlflR WORK 'A. ' ttj. -i' Kjp IV'- vkJs-- -V;' V -i' Ke Newt Edition 'Enoyolo- paedia Britanrilca. " ..' i'.'-S W if : ;. - Is Superiority OBoth.froia;a Itterary ana a mccuuiua. .oiux- polnt Admitted by All. Mfe ' V f. 1j As hc; facts of tlie News' great ed; tional offer to. Us readers become letter known tjie demand for the En- yclopaedia Bntannica becomes still ore active and qrders are pouring in ally literally by the hundred. Those ho first took advantage of the of rmade by the News have had an ibundant oonorthnttv to compare u ith the original Edinburg edition and every case that thiscoinparisqn has een carefully made it has been fav rable to the revised an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 February 1894

RiSW )n ll'tu; T?M S'Wvtff.1KKVASi.riTi7 W(5 . ?f?w; 5fv 1 J T 3 . 3& 4 1 jEt . .Mill II I MM! d jtewflt'v i 3' i'r r I n v - " " "" ;'": vtl 3 '.I .yJuftl. ii.fctA ifcn If . a u oy pobtii i(j 1 I ..JUJQlr t -- mMil 1 1 IB ' SwH!Fli LV1 JLMPJf W bsm l Ml H JtKJ n ! fsftetikMsr Deep laid sad ea rn njr ftewt.-tr aSStiioaate w insrus woeo au in of ro native state dn ill oeaee foe tint coast To restore rise scenes of har- db.ppweMM.on ourbreth- wmr wooa ' arousM the camp vWotOt?. esfOJOMr orr KWftl OfOmSrraod old nsunk-m adVarjcement ib4 tfopport of IB JJbertV. iriSH formal mwwl SatftSSMimrk tjfr knl ..k. . it M 1 ' T1 "" ww ifm iv tire r&iltw hewtsmth hope ' N aaccessv w now my g reaiest '' ("Applause When 1 recdv- 44 the wvrutiou which calk me here lp sfwtlenrien bf high standinsr con B ...I. "- - " h r-wfSag or my supporters nd oppo wyw ererjr nore ot my nature was 4nmeA with hone that in this uniiv tiiuto found an example worthy of ismtiQn py an wrjo nave heretofore reo out ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 February 1894

' " " . K . .. ' . '." vv$ s -; MeeaMpeM roti. xiii. ABILBIf B TIIXS FRIDAY MOBNTNQ FJEBRUARY 9 1884. HO. 6r J& Abilene ? 1 rll . in. .ii. . .... .... i- -- ..d .. .... Li... !. ..... i V J.'LOwdon Pres. Win qameftn V. Pre. The Abilene National Bank ipital $100000.00. v HRECTORSi Wm.. Cameron W. B. Bratelton Fred Cockrell Geo. t. Phillips J. Mt gherty E. 1). Rolline J. G. Lowdon. GMO. W. 0HIDSI8 DXAD. i Great Philanthropist Faeeefl Away Saturday. Philadelphia Pa. Feb. 3. George Childs the editbr and proprietor " the Public Ledger died at his home Twenty-second and Walnut streets 3:01 o'clock this morning. ; The change for the worse came un- fcpectedly at 8:30' last night. Those a position to know said as late as. esterday afternoon that Mr. Childs lile certain to die would live loiir or te days 'The end of the great publisher fid world famous philanthropist came ith the. same tranquility with which s rematkable. career has heen marked. t his bedside were the physicians ho had ca...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 February 1894

"' -v i W " v? VVT :v ' 1 ai a .. . . .- III ' ) ffi II it i 4 si ' 4 m I 1 5 . I." Iff is I 1 1 Ml 11 -41 v J- if ii it MJtAKIHG I1C TM AUDITORIUM. S- 'Jwlfft Clirk Appeili for Harmon; n J)tMeratte frlnolples. lI:i!lNcwU At 8 o'clock last night about 8oo people had assembled in the auditor itm of the; city hall1 to learn1 the action of the Mattock committee and learn wisdom from thii mouths of democratic chieftains. Chairman Matlock having called the meeting to order proceeded: "We arc happy to meet So many demo- crats to-day upon the call of the exe- cutive committee. The committee ve performed their duty the best they knew how and made an honest endeavor to submit a proposition for harmony in the democratic ranks of Texas. Applause. We have done what we thought was right and hav- g done so we do not intend to stop to inquire whether it is popular or whether it will win or whether it will secure offices .but like houest men and true patriots we come forward sink or swim survive or...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 February 1894

r if Miyi1 ; r .. .X 1 " ' WWa jiEacxonsn Hosacktng is pnc oi the materials eemed suitable for tailor suits; it wears itcellently And needs little trimming iivs perhaps heavy mohair braid a ir edge 6t several rows of machine Etching. Diagonal serge in illumfnated'eflfectt Used in combination with velvet or fctin. Beetroot red cbahgfng to rc eda is an artistic combination. Shaggy English goods are liked for iyhsh traveling dresses as arc also be Irish friezes and mixed Scotch feeds in mottled effects of chestnut irdwn und red black and green etc. The winter textiles show any num. ler of apparently irreconcilable colors toned and blended as not to shock le most fastidious eye; as a rule some ne color predominates over the others. Pale blue and plum is a good contrast; plum cloth with irregular dashes of blue in a raised silk design is much liked by dark women with brilliant bomplexions. Caracul trims it effec- lively. ' A soft plush-like surface is thrown Bp on the face of woolen fabr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 February 1894

$ w " k wwrr B ri wwwrwmtwiwff 'V i ) .a i 3f"i ' 14 r ; f . - v ' ' ' ' ' Jho Abilene Reporter. fcjUHED AT 7CBILEHE TEXKS. t AMLENE PRINTING. COMPANY. FRIDAY FEBRUARY 9 1894. II I I II t I I ll Ill III! HIM II I OCm ta Rxrotm BaUdlnR on Second Strtet. SwtM m the Abilene. Tcim Postofflce a Stecond-ClMf Mull Mutter. ' ' 1 1 ' ' i- 1 SrtMrlpUea KatM. Om yer. ..... S1.50 HxaaoBths... .. ............. ...... 75 jTWee onlhs. ........ ...... 40 Imh aai Jactfle Local Tim TW. TtAST-BOUND rASSKJiUKK. DifUtft ll 505 A M WEST-BOUND PASSKNGtK alllKlk.(k -4ika 42Q5 r W Depict. 4:30P.M. A fine rain on Wednesday night imp-roved the condition of wheat in the Abilene country. The lower house of congress adop- ted a resolution by a vote of 176 to 57 condemning Minister Stevens and sursiaining President Cleveland on h is Hawaiian policy. work and these mares arc carefully bred and bring in" good colts that swell the income of the farm Their milch cows lire well cared for and mated with the best of sir...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 February 1894

nJlA" 'ihi" 1 ' J. I ! ti.-W(i B. & "W. OPERA HOUSE NE WEEK okoiq hondat FEB. 12th Spooner Dramatic Co. Supporting the wonderful child actreis LITTLE- ALLIE SPOONER. OPULAR PRICES Spicial Scenery. Hew r . . i E WANT TO WITH IEW . GARDEN . TOOLS We have a complete line to which we invite your attention. Our goods are the best made and our prices are correct. Call and see us. Yours truly ED. S. HUGHES & CO. C- W. ROBEETS' Collection KjJency and General Information Bttreao. We to prepared to furnish on short notice I a minimum cost a correct list of the names ad' post-office addresses of the resident tax- ayers of Taylor Tones Callahan Shackel- Ird Haskell Fisher Stonewall and Nolan bunties and when desired can secure list of ay other county. TJ 8. DEPARTMENT f Agriculture Weather Bureau. tommy hsteobolooic&l befobt. Station. Abilene. Texas; month i Dec iSg3. I'rfxhttation in inches and hundredths. T. 3 t; 74 4 -3 .2 ...... .... SUMMARY. lean barometer 30.15. Jighest barome...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 February 1894

?T7vP MPf ' i 'eSFKF ' ' ' ai - J J I v t M V i J w ;i iif. SFI If lit Vf. I Pli 4 1 K 11 . H 1k Pat GonsliArt a Toteatial f Wealth. Bjr&Iward Atkinson. Manufacturer' ttecord BoSTOU January ist. Thef'busy nun whose time Is mostly accumed in the details of every-day work and fho cannot go far away from it for recreation may yet get great enjoyment in finding out: what his own work really is. Acting upon this line' when I wat directing the spinning of cotton Hong since hap pened to ask myself how and why does! cotton spin and what is it? On put- ting that question of how and why locs cotton spir.t to a meeting of about 300 practical spinners I found that at m that time only one knew the real form and structure of the cotton fibre. All the rest thought that the adhesion of iibre to fibre w"as by way of barbs or books corresponding to those on feathers or on the beard of rye. One -only Ihe late Governor Straw long time agent of the Araoskeag Manu- facturing Co. hadthe light concepti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 February 1894

?Wn1fiKpJ!i W n s r)w;?- -ftgrvfi-r-! - e? Ty jA"irvr "-i."-'?ir" tmt HQySEHdLD A TtUANOULAR TAHLR. One of the latest fashions is that of I triangle-shaped dinirig-table made placing three small tables corner to linen Over the cavity may be iced a large circular tray which may filled With flowers. This arrange tha mcit of novelty in the; tact it everyone faces the host and hostcs? no occupy seats respectively at the lint of the triangle and the center of base. The central decoration jst be low either a mass of violets short stemmed flowers. ; Old'faahioned salt scllars are here gin but in such artistic designs that greet them as novelties. The sil- it cats and dogs with their perfor- led heads no longer stand guard over ich pi&le at the table. Thtir succcs. br is .much more artistic. It 'is (taped like a pansy with the curled- irer petals in frost-tipped silver and Kit. The salt spoon is a tiny affair. Its handle is twistedgoldwith"the 3wl an exquisitely shaded enameled ansy whi...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 February 1894

. w?pft?y'?..' KW J a lf JL ml r'j.J V ST ' nk J& Pit v'A X uc WXtttf'S ULL ASID. It JtawiY a SullBtMltiftl 'J. Majority. ' WashwotoH Feb. tAf Tx o'clock Wfttgttt at the eocltio of one o( the most glorious' and impressive cents every witnessed in the Amen - tan capnol the Wilson bill passed the house of representatives by a vote of 104 to. 140. The events leading up to. it fercre almost unparaltelled ia our an&ak. At 12 p'clockafter the ptc- ltmiaary skirmish of an hour over the barky schedule the bill was referred to the ho iwe and the closing speeches were jenade. Such a vast concourse of people were assembled to hear these last arguments upon the great economic issue about to be submitted for final arbitrament to the representatives of the American people had never been seen within the confines of the capital. Nothing like it was ever known in the history of the oldest inhabitants of the capital. Shortly after the house convened at ix oclocK crowds in me immense gallery o...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 February 1894

' ' ' V!'-' vk ywp "'iJjtTyvP i y 1 ' ' tt ... ' zzz: . "V- . The AbileneTReporter ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 18 1884. NO. 7. owdon Prcs. Wm. Cftmeron V. 1'res. ' E. O. Pnce 6asti. Geo. S Berry As.t. C The Abilene National Bank )ital $100000 00. Surplus $126OOQ.O(X ECTOUSi-Wm. Cameron W. D. Bnucllon Fred Cockrell Geo. P. Phillips J. M. erty E. B. Rollins J. G. Lowdoti. ( WORST ON RECORD. Snow Sleet and Wind Storm at Chicago tho Most Severe Sver Known. LAREDO GOLD FIELD. ' EmcAOO. Iu..Feb. ia. A blizzard Ihe most approved pattern with v. sleet and energetic wind swept m on Chicago last night and to-day cd with constantly increasing vio- :e. Great snow drifts blocked tne - . w 4 1 . t !Cts. Suburban trains were deiayea snow sweepers were kept con- fitly in use to prevent the stoppage Mie street car lines traffic on which uA nplavpH. Thfe blizzard is 3 i i most severe that has visited Chi- go for many years. U noon the wind was blowing seven.. hniles per hour with indication...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 February 1894

r"t pg f rr I H IV Si : fi tu ly is P i-2 I-' I ir If.ff C 1 . '1 THE "lESf COUHTY." Th One OfferingMost Induce- ments to1 Home-Sookora. Notr. September 4G iJfoji nntl in irjccwtlng Issue of Ths Farm ami Ranch an oJfcr -was made to give a free write-up of (kill cbuniry In "Texas Louisiana. Arkansas Oklahoma or Indian Territory which should 1e decided by vote. tst by rc'ider of Texa. 'Farm and Ranch to be the 4Bcst County" he one ofTeting' most inducements lo htme- setlitrs. Haskell county Texas was the wriicr and Ihe following dcsciipliin is given free to Haskell county. Writing of the strawberry Theodore Wtathrop safd: ''Doubtless God could have rnade a better berry than the strawberry but doubtless God never did" Something of the same idea may safely be applied to that magnificent country in Texas of which Haskell county is so rich a sample. m As the object of this article is to ap- peat mainly to the dwellers of the older states who have their eyes turned to--ward Texas hoping so...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 February 1894

' ' .ai. " -- i t --r - TT i- !"" '"" '" " I ?J l7 -iL- I I Hi " I. I' "IT' ! M MfclUiill t-pm ' ' ' '.-- ' " ' ' I"-"' ' " " ' ' ' " -itl1n I . ti HOUSEHOLD ktftm ciurs ANn change msquits. rv( wnlfh ornnco chips cut the iige in rUMlcrrf hnd carefully lefcze nil juice thrfluftii a sieve ik the peel m yvAtcr nnu tno ncxi . i.ii ' i tenders drain slice inc si put ll l0 thc uidC' WC't!'1 a8 cU sugar and put all together: into iroad earthen diali. place over a nrc moderate distance often stirring h rhins candy and then set them a cool worn to dry. They will not A under three weeks Orange icults are made by boiling whole . in two or three waters; dividing rrt and take out the pulp and juice bn pound the peel (previously dried) r firtfi in a mortar and put to it an ual weight of double refined sugar iunded and sifted. When perfectly ixed to a paste spread it thin on ina dishes and set them in the sun d before the fire; when half dry inm whatever form you prefer and y bpth sides. Keep in a...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 February 1894

MM bL in m r43 m i ! IK. U' B' M H u. kl. a M W I THb Atoilcne Reporter. PUBLISHED AT KBiLENE - TEXtfS AitENfe PRINTING G6MPANY. ttlDAY V EWVilTt&w' om&i to 16 RWORTBR. Uutlding on Second Street. ."" ... -i- A . mi.1 i .- at tho Ahltene. Tex Ptauofllca as oircviiu vinBB Ainti jimcr. fcrterlpttm lutss Sfeaaoaths. .... ..... Tfce Months 4.. .. 75 . 40 T ui Pacific local Time Table ASTTtOtfJD rASStVCER. itat4 k..tk lOtdO A M Df4... ...IIJOSA. U WtST-BOUND rASStNGKR. Awitw .... ... 4:08 r.M. Drt..... 4:301- M. President Cleveland keeps rigHt a sawing wood. Max Andrews is making a good paper of the Merkel Mail. The farmers of this country should use good mares to do their farm work. TiiE-late freezf; and snow will help the wheat crop in the Abilene country. The date for the city 'election is drawing near and candidates are be- coming more active. ' GoV. Hogg is enjoying a big hunt while the other politicians are pulling their hair for harmony. The past few days has made busi- nes...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 February 1894

I. & W. OPERA HOUSE ov. R. B. Hubbard IK HIS GttliAT LECTURE ON J" .A-IE3 .A. 3ST - BNBKiTlr OF PUBLIC SCHOOL. DLOCA-Ij. We nrd lilborhed lo announce W. S. 0 Johnson as candidate for1 lhs f.ffift of dly sec rcmry nttd assessor nt lite coming election for municipal officer In ihls clly. Wc. nrc autlioiited to announce J. J. Clin- ton itfcnndiddlc for re-election to the office of city marshal at the comlniciiyelctllon. We are authorized lo announce J. 11. Rewc as candidate fdrdty marshal at the coming city clccllpn. teserved Seats on sWe-lXondayat4roin Polkas and E E. Radford's. V B WANT TO SUPPLY YOD WITH YOUR IEW . GARDEN . TOOLS- and . IMPLEMENTS. We have a complete line to which' we invite your attention. Our goods are the best made and our prices are correct. Call and see us. Yours truly ED. S. HUGHES & CO. J. A. Owens has been quite sick the past week. J. L.Stephenson returned from Min- eola Friday. Clean tip your ready for spring. premises and get Mr. Walker's confectio...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 February 1894

n m mi m i? h I J C&Udrett lilmfltl to DbHtk. n Si.ObMSnURO Pa Feb 9 The hptase of liar t Crotmn together with hU two striaU children was burned this morning at Light Sttcct village riear this plate The bodies of the childtcn chirred beyond recognition were found in the debits. It is supposed the lamp either exploded or that it was acciden tally knocked from the table. Triple Lynching. LttTLS Rock. Ante. Feb. 9 A special to the Gazette from Conway ays: Meagre details of a triple lynch- ing reached here from Van Burcn county which took place a day or two ago m what is known as the "Gulch" Henry Bruce Bob and Charley Piun- kett were the three victims of the mobs' vengance. It is said the three men had killed and robbed an old couple whose names arc not given and hat for this crime they were lynched. SOME COTtOW TACTS. Tho Xowoet Tried Waa tq 1840. The Valuooftno Crop. Wind Storm at St. Xiouis. St. Lout" Mo. Feb. 9. This city to-day suffered tne incident to a furi ous windstorm fro...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 February 1894

jrrpvjP' ?$rw j ' r i'- tr- v "tit" v ..vv . . W V " 1 ' ssipasr. TOItBT Tn'lFLKS ' rhis is emphatically a. scan of ac- ijories. The mam ingreaients oi raert'a toiletsthis skirt coat or lie anu uonncu snow mm: 'vsjiu" The first must be plain and full i second show abnormal sleeve and Ilowy skirts or if a cape the same kplitudc must be maintained and third be very tiny or ra hat very . . . .....! l-l rge. lint wnen iiiesu -Jimuaiiivu.ui Incipals have been observed there nlentv of trifles: the dress bonnets id flummeries from which free choice possible Three and five fancy blouses are oVidcd to ring the changes with a ugle skirt. A plain Waist is set off by ; stock collars in velvet from which Ills a plaited manyshaped plastron of ce. Fancy belts finish even the most imntious toilets and are provided as perate embellishments for plain ones" i The newest are of white or colored atin encircling the waist.in folds and aished smartly a little at one side lith three steel buttons. nih thro...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 February 1894

ffSrwpTT r if arv i. ft I! w If 1 If sp- pj 8 c 17 I' 3 in u u hi. I! It ! n v V t M i i ! !(- MtlHOSsij COLOHJf A. 1 Glad to Koach Uor NailV Land Jftckpes Hor Intet vlowor. New York Feb. 1 UTlie Princess Evelyn Cdtonna danghtcr t( Mrs. "John W Mackey tthose suit for a judicial separation from her husband is pending in the courts of France was passenger on the America line steamer New York which arrived from Southampton at about 9 o'clock this morning. The princess was accom- panied by her three children and maid aad lier brother. J. W. Mackey. Jr. The party traveled incognito and vrere down on the steamer's pasrenger list as ''Mr J. W. Morgan and Valet Mrs. Morgan and three children" A representative of the Associated Press who boarded the New York at quaran- tine endeavored to learn from Mr. Mackey what are thcplans of the prin- cess. "I must really ask you to excuse me from saying anything about my sister" said Mr Mackey. "I. do not intend to be interviewed by representatives; of...

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