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

T v f ?- - f E HAVE the LARGEST STOCK OF IMPLEMENTS IN THE WEST ! are anxious .to trade them for money! We are daily expecting a car of the Celebrated Michigan Wagons. . We will be glad to have you investi- gate our stock. Yours truly ED. S. HUGHES & CO. lli STYTtt S 00. XjA-HSTD - A - rer Bass Bros.' AIR GUT at PERRY LINDSEY'S .pfATOQ4 ytt SS5S CUITE Senator IP. LINDSEY'S PARLOR ANNOUNCEMENT. the Taylor county Y. P. S. C E nmittcc extends a cordial invitation ill young people of Taylor and ad- line counties to meet with them in ivention in the city ot Abilene urdav and Sunday March i?th and Ih 1S94. We most earnestly ask ; every Christian Endeavor so pre- e spiritually for this occasion. ose who expect to attend will ase correspond with the secretary that arrangements can be made tor lir entertainment. The convention II be called to order .at 9:00 o'clock iurday morning March 17th at the Est Presbterian Church. PROGRAMME: Saturday 9:00 A. M. ation - - ev. r. c. l.cct" Orcaniiat...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 March 1894

rv f "v ' T Li 19 r.' i:-!l Vj vr .Is? S$rOr ?5 TtQL w& tnii t ? f. we i ! W II' c H m t HF A ' IM. J 4 iJ i ( r i t li t. ' il t t h .. -i. n a.. A HOQQ filLOBMAS 'TklBk They Will Take Xefnge In theJUnksof the Third Farty." DalU Newv Foir Worth. Tex.. March 3 A few days since a News tnao was in Chairman Matlock's office and he lat ler was at the time replying to a com- munication be had received from Hon. J W. Thcmas of Abilene seeking some information. A copy of the cor- respondence tras then requested but Air Matlock declined to make it public prior to the receipt of his letter by Mr Thomas. To-day the News mm again visited Mr. Matlock and wa per- mitted to copy the correspondence. In autboiuing the publication oJ it he said: 1 don't see how any differences can arise among democrats on the silver question in the comine campaign as I consider that matter settled not only by the national democratic convention bat aiso by recent legislation in con- gress. The correspondence foll...

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

HOUSEHOLD. - ' ' 2rekfMt for a Itatnjr Day. Tea or Coffee Soft Boiled Egg. Rolls. Celery. Squab on Buttered Toast. Jelly. Baked Apple. Tea or Coffee. Fruit Short Cake. 'o one pint of sifted flour add two poonluls baking powder and one- rter teaspoonful salt; rub in one ;tcr cut) butter add one cup sweet rrux the liquid In gradually with a Scrape the dough out on a red board pat it down and roll out an inch thick. Bake in a hot IS or ao minutes. Split while and spread with sweetened fruit; led dried apples or stewed priines the stones removed may be used iniling. m in A Dainty Lunchoon. . menu that would serve for an in- aal luncheon is the following: lilion; creamed oysters in scallop Us with thin bread and butter; led chicken with rice croquettes; bee salad with French dressing. Echatel cheese and plain wafers; Charlotte russe and lady fingers. lee and chocolate for beverages English Monkoy. lave ready one cupful of stale bread ibs which have been soaked in one Sful of milk for 15 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 March 1894

ijr't I t i' i i 1 1 ri n i-1- n " -it i T f 1 1 i 1 Q i ito IS ft1 H; iio r !A l? " IfJ 1 ;w '4 $ & Ms ca rj. If tl! rj ifts Iff! ft& 1K u i; !a j . GI& t is f tti .or j r. . i-t ' . i il -... J- WI8T TIK0IMI4 tfttVMlS. Tke BiterHor AHtloJpiijf no Farther lloedibed. Cu.VKtBSfON V. Va. March 3 Sheriff Silrnan and duputics left for Cabin Creek fn responcc to a telegram from SuDerintendenl Gill of the Chesa- pcakc and Ohio stating thai a mob of strikers had burned a bridge oh a short line near the mouth of the creek at midnight.. About thirty men Were fn the party alt masked and armed. Cn his arrival he found everything quiet the mob having dispersed. It is feared they had gone to Acme bill" a tele- phone message from there this morn- ing stated they were not seen. The Sheriff Bstill on the ground. An in- quest oh the body of Adktns Was rotrt- xnenced this morning'. Col. Wyant and the prosecuting attorney of Fayette county have issued pipers for the rioters. Charleston W V...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 March 1894

n ji V ' u I1 -M THE ABILENE REPORTER. roif. iin. A BILBNB TEXAS FBIDAT MOBWING MAKOH 16 1884. NO. 11. OPENING! RING OPENING I fc nvile cvciybody to come ind see our Spring Opening. IHESOAY and THURSDAY arch. 21st and 22d. i the ladies will want an iter Bonnet or Hat and we I have on display Pattern ts and Millinery Dress d and Novelties. So you make selections that will i T 1 you. We win put on sale those days only Lace Cur- is at exactly one-half price. Yours truly illirus. I Y001& WAB AT ENJJJ O. T. sting haa Already Occurod and it ia Feared More Will Follow. D O. T March 12. A new pr entered the municipal war in this to-day end precipitated another pcrate fight "between S. F. Spencer. lident of the "O" county bank and lard character named Flaherty a briouss aloon loafer and all round jh. Spencer has -been identified n the Moore faction even going so as to arm himself in defence of ire's action. Spencer was put in lination by the Moore crowd to-day city treasurer and becomiug...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 March 1894

pfm t !' 'f"V"rVVKtl' i n ti ! HI L f I r i f 1 1 I A J Mi I 11 : ir-fiv r 4 If !- L" J 't rf er H Sf! ftrs? 15 i Wl f ' li"l ihrl ML mi's GttlEfc. JTew Terk IntitUM Men 1-ay Their Grieratices Before the Senator Gypesed to tho Xneoma Tax and ad Talorem Dctfes--.HiITa Pro- tectivo Views. Objec- tions to km form nlatod. New York March ro A .lumber cf gentkmen identified with the woolen aed dry goods business in this city paBed upon Senator David B. Hill at the Hotel New Netherlands Fifty-ninth streetand Fifth avenue. to-dayj.. Among those present were Jas. H Dunham E. M. Townscnd J R. Quirnby W. EGfreenhcughrJ. E. Wooster Theo- dore Frelinghuysen. Arthur Barnwell. E. H. Sampson Walter Stanton Charles E.Rycroft and M. W. Benjamin. The conference lasted fully an hour and the Wilson tariff bill was the only topic discussed. 'Nowj gentlemen" said Mr Hill as soon as they were ' it seated in a parlor on the main floor "I suppose you have come to speak to me about the tariff and I am ready t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 March 1894

' tJ 0 u v- V o 1 I..!.. -i-m I. ' .1 I. lllll if il ill II I It II (ill I II ' HOUSEHOLD ....Ml ! . nil ... HSW1ST KEKDLIWORX. ( ' ii Designed for Women who Delight In DecorHtlng the Home. r i ' - lorae new table covers are belrg Be of A coarse German canvass just intlv imported. This canvass is to liad in three colors bright scarlet liant btuo and a deep shado of ecru. sc were combined in a cloth I was wn at the decqr&ting art rooms. hie center square of 13 inches was he scarlet canvass- on which Was ked a conventional design in cross- ill with heavy soft silks. ! o this square was jointed by orna- ital stitches in red and ecru silks a I of the blue canvass 5 inches in h. On this a design of rococo showing most affectively the bias being covered with bronze lads and silk's. ointed to the wrought blue band by borate stitches was a band of the canvass 8 inches wide worked 1 with a pattern in cross stitch with rlet And blue silk and finished round ledge with a border of rococo sc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 March 1894

wir spw h J V' k: f l?l & ll II I y p -l 11 m W l V' u ' The Abilene Reporter. IHJUSHED AT HBILEHE - TEXS. AMLENE PRINTING COMPANY. zz.n JXtDAY MARCH 16. 1894- CHfaela Rxrorrrjt Bwldtar;oa Secood Street at M AMltne. Yex Pottoe u SeomS-CU Jll M tiler. '1 1 1 Inn 1 . 1 i 1 1 I nut 11 lafcteriptftt JUU. e yeM....... .............. ...$1.50 HKmtii...... ............ ....... 75 Three raotitiu........... .......... 40 1 Ml TacUe Le4lTUa Tall. t lAST-BOUJCD rASSKXCEX. AS. .. ..... 10:40 A. M. "P"A .. 4 ......... I IJOJ A. It JURTCf . Iiym.. CIST-KKWD IPASSZXGKX. 4:08 r. m. 4:30 r. m. The Texas Cattle Riisers; associ- ation is in session at fort Worth this" week. Washington company to build a telephone line 167 mites long in Ar- kansas a $t 00000 coat mining com- pany a $tco.ooo factory and a large combtnation building in West Virginia a water works plant and tmc furnace in Virginia a phosphate plant cigar factory and $100000 railroad depot 5a Florida a. mining company packing plant cig...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 March 1894

4f Z ' ? w1 - "f T i i ftjI. Opera House THE DAUNUM itton's Bf Uncle Tom's Cabin Double OOMPAKY- MPRISING ARTISTS 32 Famous Topsies 2 Marks the Lawcrs 2 Educated Donkeys 2 Cuban Bloodhounds 4 Shetland Pontes' 4 (SERVED SEATS $100 See Magnificent E HAVE the LARGEST STOCK OF IMPLEMENTS IN THE WEST 1 are anxious to trade them for money! We are daily expecting a car of the Celebrated Michigan Wagons. We will be glad to have you investi- gate our stock. Yours truly ED. S. HUGHES & CO. lii STYTH & CO. XjAJSTJD - A - er Bass Bros.' AIR CUT at PERRY LINDSEY'S SfrRATQQQ rfT.BLAc leQUAft CUTE. P. LINDSEY'S PARLOR ur Special Sale of ite goods was a ihd- success. The d ladies have won- Ired how we can sell and 25c. goods for cents. No bankrupt ck no auction goods it fresh new and clean ds for less than 50c the dollar. Satur- Lyand Monday next 17th and 19th inst. will offer our entire ck of Bleached Do- jstics as lollows: fuit of the Loom at 7c msdale - at 7c ope" ( made by the Lonsdale ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 March 1894

f"VJ U'i'Uixrjvy ft . ry-' fi '& it ll ct vm c rTii if I tr lii1 -f E4 fie ife ' V' fi III W" dSILM KKMORIAIi &B&bUKft. f y y y 'ff ' f f f 1 XM by Typographical Union jso. 8 of Mew York City. New York March Jt4Mcmbrial ceremonies in honof of the memory ol Geo. W. Childs late proprietor of ilie Public Ledger in fotilarjelphia were held in the Fifth Avenue theater this afternoon. Under the auspices of typographical unforf No. 6 and wetc of a very impressive character. Prom nent newspaper men troin this and other cities occupied boxes and long before the hour for beginning every available seat in the theater was taken. ' The chairman of this memorial com raittee was John R O'Donhell ex-president of "Big Six." The musical parts were all of a high order. The People's ' singing clas under the direction of Frank Damrosch attended and supple raented by vocaf and instrumental selections by artists from several companies now playing- in this city Speechmaking was plentiful.- The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 March 1894

'f -w Abilene Reporter. ABIIiliJNE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNCNG TffABOH 82 1894. 3S WO. 12. 1 3WW PRIlfcbMNGI sicome Wa nvlia tiMJVf.if and 8fjWf0nlnB EDNESHY. iilTipBSDAY All tljeiiwai want an ocfir TUnnf of Hat and vec ! WwrflS paer" ood al&W Afcs)f So you n maKCSwecuvna " vm if von. ' WeuVill-out on sale r thole! davsPNty'Lace Cur- ins atekactl&qe:half price. ollife 1 Ynunj I I h otti'CtMlttto if the Pray. tew ' rm WE' REITERATE OUR i ir 4 dorawBiltlSl Platform Adopted Chicago in '1802. re e .National at t ... i ?-t LS A JHZMJJti expression. ifDeinocratIorfaiiL;'and Stand' as a Unuis&dy;tsecond the Exer-ti&SFlOsr'iTJeniocraUc ft; T-fc r .- Jlf :. ) PBESID-eK13 CONGRESS L a thgJEseeteUApftho Demands of SalPlSntuT Thla Rosolu- i " 1 1 .tlotutOao. ' V ' fr ' "' " TEX r0CKBlMB8 OF THE SAY. scntativcs. A continued Bplit hieant populist gains from county to congres- sional district. To get together meant a queer mixture but the reasonable salvation ol democratic ascendency all ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 March 1894

Li! -i? r-f' h IT' f . if 41 It1' t i 1j l-M II-'?- Ift. . ' 7 in . r- 1.. in yjLKKUtJt 0KllKltltT 'w JBrtiWllBWW mi Jtadieac at Xdla burgh. EDtttrtUROH March 17. -.Lord Rose fetny arrived here at 6:30 p. "ra. to Make his expected address to the dele- gations from the Liberal association from all parts of Scotland. During his remarks the premier said he would be made of stone if he could stand there unmoved. His thoughts treat trt the past rather than to the present to the immortal day's of Mr. Gladstone's first Midlothian cam paigft the memory of which quickened his pulse. If Mr. Gladstone was absent tonight Lord Roseberry continued hw inspiration was tvhh them and it was In that inspiration the government ialcnded to proceed. Lord Rdseberry continued with a humorous reference to being excluded from the house of commons saying that it was called a proud position to drive a chariot to the sun; but not te.ng allowed to enter the chariot it was difficult to explain one's self to an as...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 March 1894

prpnw?MM?! -nitrtjn -l i "fW ? 'JSt!' W' ysi'wp'iri f jp jv- svtw "wwf 'vf "iwiyv- rjv '"' "&$?' w v'wj'V' j?' vtHfi " 'y I ' H0USBHOLO The Italian scientist who has made lenfchtcning )f life his study tells as Bum of his knowledge that long depends more on pure food and tcr and free digestion than on all er sanitary principles whatever so docs beauty of complexion One thing which lias escaped the ticc of beauty rviongcrs until now ts prompt and remarkable effect of re drinking water on the complex- Test this if you choose buying denv hns of distilled chemically pure inking water which is now a distinct pply at high-class groceries arid igshops. It wilt cost yoU something like ft. so the glass demijohn and 10 cents a lion for the water by the five or ten lion quantity. Or you can buy a glass table filter $1 to $5. with change of filtering Ibes and filter boiled water as you Lnt it. In a fortnight provided you substi. e whole meal for white flour in ery shape you will miss certai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 March 1894

! r " t I 1 t 11 (3 U aj rii IsR. ill ?! !: M fjfi f I sia m ' H4S m m sL ;Hl U KS U rn. . a v ll 1 .!J t T H' f i t4 if . ft M "i . ' ' ' '""? The Abilene Reporter. 'IHlBLiSHED AT ttBILIENfe - TEXKS. ArtDENE POINTING COMPANY. FfclDAY MARCH aa 1894. i Rxtortkr Building on Second Street. "at the Abilene. Texas FoMoffleo at s Second-Class Man Matter. .j 1 r--i nf " --- rf " ' Vatoeriptloa Kates. OKir ... $t.jo k otht. . . . ............. 75 Tkec Months...... ...... .......i.. 4 ' 11 1 1 1 1 i 11 1 1 1 1 ' 1 Tmem uA Pacific local Tune Table. KASTOOOND PASSINGS. Arrire.. ............... ..10:40 a. U. 4eeartB 4 . .. . ..II 05 A M west-bound r-AssrocKx. Axhres........ 4.... 4:oS p. M. Departs. 4:30 p.m. Abilene is about to be run over by three new railroads. The Texas Press exhibit cars will do Texas a world of good. People are usually treated in about the same way they treat others. Fort Worth's light fingered brigade arc evidently not men of good judg- ment. Waco's natatonum was burned ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 March 1894

:$ms ff - t ! 'J M . "l I fffV HOSE MICHIGAH a"ire come and they are These in connection with the Celebrated Schuttler Give us a line that cannot he excelled.; They contain points of merit not found in others. Michigan Wagons Built expressly for this limate and are the first They are what you want. Yours truly ED. S. HUGHES & CO. Iii STYftt S CO. ver Bass Bros.' - -.!. ih.l.ii. .. -' ';! i i. . -.. :AIR OUT at PERRY LINDSBY'S flPftATQQ eute. P LINDSEY'S PARLOR TiOOAJL. are authorized to announce V. S. O. hV.nnn s candldalefor the offic of city sec- Eiarv. and assessor at the coming election br municipal officers In this city. We are authorized to announce T. T. Clin- Ln as candidate for re-election to the office If city marshal at the. coming city election. We are authoiixed lb announce j. B. Reese Is candidate for city marshal at the coming lily election We arc authorited to announce George S. leiry as candidate for city treasurer at the fomiug mnnicipat election. The hail on S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 March 1894

TO5fwwJpp f pfm&fip?' ' jiwww riiiklpviWimmimH&)'it r-- ' J :! a 'fl J. j tf$ ? fl hi1 fel I vfj : LM K J u. - f " A BrllK lo JtttU( tin Supply and tfcntttssttlsa of Wtr iCod to JroYlde Xulet i Xefttttltoai in 'ConnU0B Thmwith Be kordined by thedty councit of the tUy of Abilene. Texas. TUB SlrKllISTKftoKia ec i. That the water wdrls of this city M now established and they may be changed hereafter shall Its under the manage- ment supervision and. control of the supenn- tended of the tity water works which office is hereby created. Sec 2. The superintendent of the water wotksshallbe chosenIy theatyi council at ny regqUu-mcciing a1er this ordinance goes into effect and his term of otHic shall be at the will of the said city council. Sec. 3- Theslaryoflhe'superintendentof the water works shall be fixed by the city council and may from time to time be in- creased or diminished as they see proper. Sec 4. Said Superintendent shall imme- diately ftficrhU selection before entering up...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 March 1894

Xff- v rw 'f'if'f 7 V F NEW SPRING WOOLENS )W XHS EARLIEST GOWN OF THE SEASON ARE MADE. rcat Sash KnoU hnd W6lrd Orchid- Like Effects Costume of Baby Oballl and Ribbons-. All Wool French Suitings Primrose Designs - and Colors. INkw YonjCi March 7. Easter Sun- y comes so carly-thts year that (t ircely is safe to hope it will bring (t)i it the typical Easter sunshine so Iccssary to the display of spring toi- s. Exquisite toilets arc in preparation wever and new woolens are being hibned into costumes quite worthy a beauty of the fabrics. It would t be possible to say more since no son has shown a lovelier assortment woolen textures. This must be as- he'd even in mtmory oCtlie remarka work done heretofore by the fabric lists. By the way what a wonder- improvement there has been in ols in the last five yean! Perhaps in revolt against the pro line character of much of the winter tHBj. .1.: '- .u :.. a ...... UU5 una ycai iuc ajuii uuu ouni- r goods have assumed an extra 'urh of fancifulne...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 22 March 1894

i wv"f a T c" P- ' s l'" . - i Ii fci fff ftl s. 3 4. I pm ts: t hiWi r jl Ml U S ! I 1 7 J t r i Si &' 1 K .' ! tj n j- s I it If: i HARMONY Continutifrvw Page be composed and constituted on the basts of the vote for the Cleveland electors in t8o and no person who was then of age and dtd nut so vote sind no person who will not pledge him self to abide by the action of the state convention so assembled shall be allowed to participate in the primaries. This was signed by Doth Messrs. Baker and Matlock. Chairman Matlock then said this agreement might not meet the views oi every member of the committee present. Indeed it did not meet his own -views for had he been consulted tire administration of Mf. Cleveland would havj been unequivocally in- dorsed. But concessions said he had to be made and this was only a slight one. After a few minutes running debate the committee unanimously indorsed Chairman Matlock's course and ad- journed till ii o'clock to receive any proposition from the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 March 1894

The Abilene Reporter. )L. XIII. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MOHNTNG MARCH 30 1804. . NO. 13 ILLINERY. lut spring millinery is the pettiest we nave ever Iri. Our oattern hats are every latest1 and the ost fashionable to be. und in the eastern arkets and they are of- red so cheap that you nnot afford to miss get- ig one of them. We we also tne latest snapes trimmed hats and a fine ie of trimmings .Call id see what we offer. Yours truly illins I Yoonj GOV. HOQQ IS RILED Charge That He Refused to Pro ject the Southern Pacific tha Cause. News. lsstin Tex . March ' 536. The Irnor's patience is becoming Sorely about the reported row between Southern Pacific railroad and the nonweal army now side-tracked nley. and if a clash comes between ompany and the men Gov. Hogg oses to take a hand in no uncer manner The governor is indig- 1 at Mr Vleck's charge that he the rnor had refused to protect the erty of the Southern Pacific against ps and when The News corres- lent visited the executive office norni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 March 1894

. . emi tim r . 4 o n'- ( " ' . ri ''vjifwTW'l ' 1 ' 7T s ."( II if MAJOR SB. XOWJJM?. 9ftTmr&f Ofltc!! XaBfwctloa TrT- nllaff laaPalCe. . JfKwORI.!fAtsLA.Marcli 34 Ma jer Gca Oliver 6. Howard of tnc dc- partment of itie east Untied States army urnvcd this" morning on a tour C pffictat inspection The party left Governor's Island on March 5 and have been the recipients of marked so- cial attention tnc very city or town visi- tea on their route. In speaking of Ike several barracks which he has in- spected thus far Gen. Howard says tfcat he has found everything in a good Iwmltliy condition and the troops in re- views show a marked proficiency in the field and manual exercise while tfee discipline is all that can be de- sired. Gen Howard is accompanied y Mrs. Howard Harry and Miss Bes- sie Howard Miss Foster of New York Mrs S. P Lee of Washington Dr Van Valzah ofNewrYork and Col. B. W Wrenn of the East Tennessee Vir- ginia and Georgia railroad system. The party are traveling in the ...

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