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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 March 1894

fljpMiJJf ' il TIMES FOR EASTER. JIT AMD VILVir 10K ITS JEOR OALLIKQ AND RECEPTIONS. lelen Robinion'i Sage-Green let Drew for Oburoh .Irown So the Fashonabe Color retty Costumes for South- em Travel. cr falls so very early this year ire not nearly so many costumes mnets exhibited as when this fes- celebrated a few weeks lates in irtR. le jet and velvet bonnets which cert so much the rage for thea- tdgear all winter are now worn irch for receptions and for cal- They are very dainty ahd chic lame little bonnets and are tint- y becoming. There is rarely if iny crown to them the jet or-yel- e bands and the ornament in omprising the entire hat. They bst becoming when the hair is at the sides and back in groad Arthur Randolph who is as Ipfabelje and beauty now' as before her marriage she was i as the beautiful Edith May. is Be at present a fascinating jet and ftue which is certain to be copied open work straws this spring. br is sable almost the color of Randolph's hair and the jet and or...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 March 1894

r A 1 .. Ill' sV& ilXU n 5 iU i tit fir nitn. fc.t.lfciwy.ia.hi.tlili M i i innn I ft immiu "'t the Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT HBIL.ENE - TEXKS. AMLfeNE PHINTING COMPANY FRIDAY MARCH 30 1894. OCee iti Rstortsr Building on Second Street. meted at tbo Abilene. Texan roitofflce n Second-Class Mall Matter Saascrlptlon Kates. Oh year..... ............. ..$.50 k months .................... 75 Thne months ....... 40 Tacai tad Faclfle Lota) Time Table. EAST-POUND PASSENGER. Afnvts:.. .. ...... 10240 A M Departs ....... 1 1:05 a. M 'VEST-POUND PASSENCER. AniTes... ... .. .. 4'S r. M. Waxts... . k(i . . 43 Senator Colquit. one of Georgians most esteemed statesmen died at Washington D. G Monday. Cotgress is very much interested in the Pollard-Brecfcenridge case. Some of the boys are afraid other bombs frill be exploded. Sanger Bros have opened a branch gent's furnishing goods house in Fort Worth. Sanger Bros know a good town when they see it. The meanest man connected with the Pollard-...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 March 1894

tJ ' ! 1 ' ! - in i i I i .i i i. r'Vv&aVVAvV'".'- Iweilb' ;;: ;: s-: EXTRA SPECIAL A;0 r; . '.' St' A TPTTT?TI A V TVT si vr h 541 WE OFFEK CHOICE PANTALOONS forth $5.00 6.00 7.00 and 8.00 ; These Tiowsers are exceptionally Fine 'HOSE MICHIGAN Have come and they are These in connection with the Celebrated Schnttler and Harrison Wagons Give us a line that cannot he excelled. They contain points of merit not found in others. Michigan Wagons Built expressly for this ! climate and are the first They are what you want. Yours truly ED. S. HUGHES & CO. Vlii STYTYA S CO. Xj-A-Hstid .A.ca-:Ensra?s Over Bas3 Bros.' ABILENE TEXAS. HAIR OUT at PERRY LINDSEY'S gfBATOcu LITG O. JP. IiINDSBY'S PAELOB XjOC-A-Xj We are authorized to announce W. S. O. Johruon candidate for the oflic of city icc- relary ami aucMor at the coming election for municipal officer in this city. . Wcare authorized to announce J. J. Clin- ton ai candidate for re-election to the office of city marshal at the coming ci...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 March 1894

i r D ' -t T WW'V bsl h at wast -' ri J ff fit AaMhsare i fcsgalaU t&fHfpijr ut mmvmmIm f -Wr aid ta rmlie s4 XtfttfetUai ia Cwaeetlwi MwmwMu Be it ordained by the city council of the city of AWlerte Texas. THB SOPBltlSTKDSNT. Sec I. That the vrater -mules rf thtscitv. m now established and s they may be changcdltrrcafier shall he under the manage- ment supervision and control of the aupenn lemlent of the city water works winch office ?s hereby created. Sec 2. The superintendent or the water works shall be chosen by the city council at attyregulat meeting' after this ordinance goes into effect and his term of office shall be at 1 the will of the said dty council. Sec 3. The salary ofthe superintendent of the water Works shall be fixed Irr thecitr council and may from time to lime be ire creased or diminished as they see proper. Sec 4. Said su(erintcmlent shall imme- diately after bis selection before entering upon lus duties file with the city secretary his bond tq be approved b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 March 1894

l. (GONGBRNIKB EGGS E OBT BAXXXX OOOKX Luoa T5HKASXB WMfr IAST. -n.-j fr-hot Vlnlift Undlesa 10 ono uu "- -; .- arloiy the Bebreli of the Dlf- floult and Dcioioui uysm .Omelette Atom Oae-. lotto 'forXate Lunch. irt all lands the Uiistcr breakfast lis for eggs and 'the extreme senti ent of the custom demands mat iney ati.be served symbolically that is the shell. On that moraing tue uaMtot napkin shouldibc discaraed d the eggs be brought to die table .vered and nested in green leaves. e thick curly Jem parsley preferable it any plentiful scentless green leaf- will do. The various semblances ; straw manufactured and. sold for is use are altogether too realistic. J To serve the egg whole it must be ni and every housewife knows owdifficulfit'is to serve eggs "just ! soft boiled. She frequently nris there must be a total depravity xisting tn the ivory globe that caiises to comeuorth from the -water enner IqUid or too hard. I Hut if one will but take the trouble lo look at the size pf the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 March 1894

Jj fTzftlfWfp 5 WJI.M nb V Ifr. I hi mt I mvJ 4-xt Kf ( 4oc m 1 f I. . T f ii I ' jB tm t iuM L r.t t ml v "f ( a w f MKt V r '. MMUfftSMAtT OAir. Tn-aff Okttla S)riRg Another iur- k!m e the Oklcago Pumic. Chicago Iu March a6 Ex Mayor Hempstead Washburn said to -day that during his term of office he jreccived letters from Prendergast threatening his life because of his refu sal to give the assassin a city position. 't sincerely believe that Prendergast is responsible for his act. and that the law shoutd be allowed to take its course" said Mr. Washburn. "That . Tie is sana T have not the slightest doubt. He thirsts for notoriety and people of his stamp should be properly dealt vrilh." Judge Cheilain to whose remarkable decision Prendergast owes a reprieve has given Chicago another surprise to day. He has; been popularly regarded as a promising bachelor but today he took occasion to make public the fact that several years ago he was roamed to Miss Lotien De Lilleiberg a-Swced-Isb beau...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 April 1894

rM.inI..... I "?" M "y) V ' " " ' ' (I -. 9 (I u wii.. itoil i..i. The Abilene Reporter. ABILENE TEXABFBIDAY MOBNTNQ APBIL 0 1884. NO. 14. 1 a Extra Offer. WE WILL FROM nday 9th to Saturday 14th !... i nwnrv l.iHu who Iluva a wool ivc " " ' ress from us amounting to $3.50 nd over a Butterick pattern to ..1.1 1 rlrocn . Mow Si VOtl xpect to buy you can hardly af- old 10 pass this offer as you cah take the dress yourself with one if these patterns as iruo aa a mess- uaker. This aDDlies only to wool goods md for six days only. Yours truly lollinx I Yfloifl. 0V. TIIXMAN3(WII.D TALK. Hokos an Address to the State Militia. JOLUMBIA b. J April 3. Uov- lor TiHraan addressed the militia re to-day in explanation of his post- in and the duty of the soldiery. Said governor: 'The dispensary law; is on the stat- : books I as chief executive have lorn that the laws of this state shall i respected and so help me God I II exert all the powers of my office see that the law is obeyed." The governor wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 April 1894

7" ?" r -rnvrawynWi 1 It u l) 4f ' s ; ifc i Ml p K H n f t II M tr Kft i. PJ i m ' I 1 IIWISE LEGISLATION. JCr. Olevelasd So Seg&rds the Bland Measure. JIIS MESSAGE OF DISAPPROVAL. Metives Which Impelled the JJxectt' Uve to Wlthold Bi Signature: The Construction of the Bill Pro jounced So Faulty as'to Produce TJncertainity and Invite Con- troversy The Second Section Particularly Objectionable Nothing More Than a Plan Whereby the Government Would be Compelled to Pay Out Its Scanty Store of Gold to Force un Unnatur Additional of Silver Money upon the People. Washington; D. C March 29 The President to-day sent to the house of representatives the following mes- sage vetoing the Bland seigniorage bill: To the house of Representatives: I return without my approval house bill numbered 4596 entitled 'An act directing the coinage of the silver bul- Jion held in the treasury arid for other purposes." My strong desire to avoid disagree- ment with those in both houses of Con- gress who hav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 April 1894

ivWMmrw W tf ffwrf-r' r w FASHIONS FOR MEM. EOT REMARKABLE OHANOE THE MALE DRESS I Correct Thihg ix Ooftt Every n Must Tie Hu Own Cravat hc Dress Shirt Will Have Two ButtonsReindeer Skin Gloves ACe the Go. Jew York. March ai Witn an Easier and the promise of an ly a spring a young mans thoughts t turn to nis clonics. xwicc a the Valet (if you have one other- tlie duty will devolve on yourself) jld go through your1 wardrobe lay 3e these garments which have out- Id their usefulness send others to cleaned and repaired and make a I of what is needed for the coming SOD. "ine uuivciani uuu hiuc- cad financial depression" to quote Lvorite and trite editorial phrase I have Us silver lining. Tho New Hats orelties in man's fashions this son are few and far between. Be- ning with the very summit of a n's attire the new hals deserve first lStueraUOlli i. uuu uui uiuc uiiici- c in the shapes. The silk "toppers" be worn are modeled alter those rted by our grandfathers in 1830. e brims are very "c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 April 1894

it. I.'i Mr fc5 V . Tj ' I ...'4 1 UK IK;. .j. iaw ft ft? m iKf t. f.ii m Wi it K the Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT XBlLfeNE - tEXKS. AWLENE PRINTING COMPANY. FRIDAY APJtiL 6 1894. OSm te Kuortkr Building on Second Street. fciiwel at the Abilene. Torn foMofflce vw Second-Class Mr) I Matter. lilt II 'Ill Ill 1 I 1 I ' BuoserlpUon lUUi. Ok year........ .. .......$1.50 JteKmthj. .... ... 75 Three month........... 40 XtsM and Paelle Local Tia Table. SAST-HOUND FASSKXCKK. . Arrives. ................. ...10:40 a. M. Dpts ...(1:05 A. u WKST-BOUND rASSKNCRR. Arrive........ 4;oSr. M. Prrtj - .-w 4:3 f-M AN IKDIAM UPJIISIJIQ. Trouble between CRUlemen and In- dUns Score tbe Wavniiag of Chief Hill and Death of Kleyen Ken. Elsewhere in this pap r we print in full the president's message and veto of the Bland silver bill to which we in vite the attention of our readers. The document is just ruch as Mr. Cleve- land is in the habit tf writting. It is firee from the verbage and twaddle so1 often fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 April 1894

? t"j v ' " ' ' y " i 5 ' 'i 1 i x :ose MICHIGAN Lve come and' they are These in connection With the lelebrated Schuttler Give us a line that cannot be excelled. They contain points of merit not found in others. Michigan Wagons Built expressly for this Imate and are the first They are what you want. Yours truly ED. S. HUGHES & CO. ii STYTW $ CO. t rer Bass Bros.' :AIR CUT at PERRY LINDSBY'S ftpJlATQctn GQUARe cure P. LINDSEY'S PARLOB TJ. 8. DEPARTMENT r Agriculture Weather Bureau. bNTHLY METEOKOLOGICAI. BEFOBT. Ltion. Abilene. Tex&s; month liar. 1S93. tmm . ram r riw u r ik K Temperature. Precipitation ' " in' 1sciies and hundredths. Maxi. Mini. Means 1 73 42 57 ; 73 49 60 i 69 57 63 oS 4 79 62 70 ...... .05 5 03 46 54 .60 0 69 4 55 7 6a 44 53 S 76 40 5S 9 77 45 0 56 52 $9 ... 1 67 44 56 3 S7 47 67 .. 3 Si 63 78 . .. 4 9 63 77 5 75 ' 68 6 85 53 69 20 7 76 63 69 ...... .50 5 I 77 50 64 32 9 64 5 5 0 81 49 63 f. 1 6S 5 5s ... 12 5 38 45 3 5S 34 44 .. '4 57 40 48 .. IS 4i 29 35...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 April 1894

"IP r r i 113 s5lh& 1 ." lf ' c ? '. M '5' 5 j if V i ? fc t--.1 a. 4 ' --- . i U B K Is t i M iuiuk war Tk Militia Ordered to Shoot to Prevent Anarchy.' CAPUURED tTSE WIRES. Jothing Can be Heard Erom Chatles. tcs. Except by 3sscr.cn of tho 'Gnvorrtqr. " Columbia S. C. April i. This has been a rather quiet day in Columbia aud while there have been incidents of & moat Interesting nature in conse- quence of the dispensary trouble; there has been practically no excite- ment. Early this morning Gov Tillman es - tabUshed a telegraph censorship piscr iag several militiamen the most intelli- gent that could be selected in charge cf the office to supervise all messages offered. These gentlemen have simply 1 carried out their instructions and have refused Only a tew telegrams that were calculated to arouse bad feeling. Early In the day the governor summoned the governor's guard to the executive mansion. Drawing them up in a line be addressed them saying that he was Informed that thei...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 April 1894

H pop ' . JT ? -t Xofft Taken last. iiicaoo III. April x. Uohl Tcfit wis arrested hero yesterday on a Iree of Sail breaking in Allegheny v where he was under restraint for iling $5000 worm 01 uiamonaa in sliington was taken cast to night Assistant Superintendent ol Police kn of Allegheny. Alozandria Explosion. ILKXANIUIA IND April X. TI'C twostorv Whiteside block in which hired the explosion last midnight which four men were killed and ce hurt is a total wreck. The ca- a i. . . . j l 1 b iv is due 10 mid carelessness 01 1 architect"! in leaving no ventilation I the basement to prevent the1 nas lunuilating and the inefficiency of imuing. ; Gold Descovory in Chihuahua. TiitiiuAiiUA Mexico. April 1 bther great discovery has just been lie in the far western part of this te and hundreds of persons are tkitiK to the new camp. I he find lituatfd about fifty miles south of famous Datopilas district and in same range of mountains. An ex- ition of several hundred prospect is being fitted out ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 6 April 1894

!TSv"'tt-r ft wrfMKI "k f .'.ij TT ' 'J 3so35-ElS3:x)Ial'I k-olx j. jmjH jinn" - 'Hi'f'Sf j-iF1-- hij TM(j is a OWNERS. 'A Surrey No. T (i. Anderson t6o too 'i; Anderton A. G. do do do 609 Block I ........ P. G. Anderson Jo do 160 Delinquent tax list on lands of Taylor county for the year 1893 0 ai . . . . .. 278 :2 t ? ab...' mid I U Ik" ... ... Ablene 53 2(1 10 Wf ttriTOuscltJ. ...... ..... 1 . Harris Dty do 3 acres iota 24 t'64 llutler Ira... ...... Canuih D. C.i.... ChinsVi J. U.....v Cleveland W.D.... Cochran. W. O..... 236 Bv virtue of the tax rolls of Taylor countjCTMa lor the year t893 and by virtue of the authority vested In me . tax collector of Taylor county. I have this day siexsd and levied upon and will Proceed 16 sell for cish at public k ........ 24 859 412 J. R. Munson f- 33'33 1 t I 1 l Auuene 161 div a dtvU 4' r .V ........... 1 " s--"ftr"ift" do ''"-' y do - .;- 1 3 3 r V '9 tO 16 4 209 186 on the first outcry to the highest bidder at the court house door of said...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 April 1894

ft" r i ft A . ill I ! '! I I I I II The ABiLENfe VOIj. XIII. . ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING APRIL 13 1804. NO. 16. fFSMHSfvW.. k n j-v pitgfWlMBVBf TpW Reporter ateh Our Show Windows next week for 5 20 25 36 & 60 cent DRESS GOODS. We will display all the new weaves and paterns and will continue for one more week giving a Butterick patern with every dress amounting to $3 or more. Yours thuly lollins I YoimS GALLS THEM TRAITORS. ensational AddreBS by Min nesota Democrats. fELVE SENATORS DENOUNCED Intloned ty Name and Charged With Sringlsg Dishonor and Sharai on the Party and Betraying It Into the of the Eacmy. xm lo Uie Republic ISr. Pu Minn. April 8 The st sensational political address of car was thai issued to-day by the nnesota democratic associatien to fc and file of the party in Minne- a Alter deprecating tne tact mat free list in the Wilsoa tariff is not large as demanded by the Chicago tform of 1S92 it says: 'Who are the men democrats m ne protectionists in fact who have j...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 April 1894

- .f--srr ir K'ftcv t... -3 ) sf 4 I ii! MgrewMBBH Wilton Much Improvod. i San Antonio Tex. April 7. Con ressfcian.W. 1. Wilson returned fiom Se ranch of tx-Congressman Cable ' f -Here he ha been for the past ten ' lays. He is looking much better than irhen he left here. His color is good ( jmI he has gained several pounds tn ' wight. Hesttll has a troublesome ought but his attending physician lales that will soon leave him. He ' vas called upon this evening and asked flic would give some expression as to vhal he thought of the senate action m different leatures of his tariff rneas- ' are. H teft Washington." he said "to ij 'get away from the tariff question and I have paid no attention whatever to ! it since then. During my four weeks' illness I never read or saw a newspa- ' per and I have not kept track of the situation in congress since I came to San Antonio. I don't even know what ;' amendments have been made to the 1 tariff bill by the senate and if I did I would not care to di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 April 1894

9flt 4WS riB'H "."'J '"'( TV H - J.i lll.ll I .. NMii.J.lll idfr II ..Lit- Yjfew Ikttt d ummer Gowafe. Another half season fashion is verli -cal Wr trimmings. Somo wool skula arc open down each stdc the front meeting over a piece net under of another color Thus a blue serge has gray under it. Pas .semcnlcrie straps with buttons fits ten the breaths near the top and near the bottom the whole falls out like a .box plait. There is perhaps here a sugestion for renovating an old gown. Some silk skirts have wide guipure insertion and others gallon sewed down on each side and others have the scams 6pen a third of the way up and :a piece set under which falls open in a box plait. The under piece may be of the same or another color or "a plai- ted chiffon or lace. An evening gown of pearl tinted silk has wedge shaped pieces of claret vel- vet set in all the side gores the widest end at the top. The outside edge of the velvet is loose. Bilk Olnghftma Must Trimmed. Silk ginghams arc very much ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 April 1894

VT iijif imiJm 4; bh n IRS ft J 1 W It. .11. .. u - VH- . ..( . fr The Abilene Extorter. HJWLJSHED XT ftBlLENE - TEXXS. Ath-ENE P RlNf IN6 tOMPANY. OWaete RkTORtiA Building oh Second StreeU ataifc .t the- Abilene. Tex Kb roMofflco as Swmd-Clasd Hail JtiuterV 4"t "l iiriHSn n 1 t .- m 111 1 tabtcrlptloa Sites flat Ar t .... . .St. en Ttete month.... . ........ 4. ..4 40 Tcm and raelfla total Tlrae Tabla. lAST-nOUND rAS-SK-NORR. miitgs....... ...... 110:40 a M4 BtttMt..4..h.....! It:05 A. M "VIST-BOUND PASSINGS. Attires..... ..4. 4:08 r. m. The Pollard-Breckenridge case will be given to the jury today or tomorrow. Texas democrats have HO time for such disrupters such kickers as Judge Reagan. . The season for picnics and sand -wich.es inhabited by the hustling red ant is here. Hill's presidential boom fell from the bottom rung into the mud when he tihowed his hand on the tariff. Hon S. W. T. Lanham will find many friends in the west who will be pleased to support him for governor. The ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 April 1894

.' Wi ffj :A A 4ilU OSBJ MICHIGAN WAGONS e come and they are certainly Out of sight.' ' These in connection with the lebrated Schuttler and Harrison Wagons Give us a line that cannot be excelled. They contain points of merit not found in others. Miohigan Wagons Built expressly for this late and are the first ever sold in the state. They are what you want. Yours truly ED. S. HUGHES & CO. .. li ....- .. i ... - - - - n - ' r in- M-n mi in to STUH & CO. Bass Bros. ABILENE TEXAS Great retlucfidn'in fine shoes VrU I i i .... Nil . Nl'cb line of bdby carriages nt llnrn den'sL 14 1 m m " ' Brown's shoe stock is now on sale nt . .' WEih's. C. W Merchant is in Southern 'Texas. ' ' w - ' . V.1Y Christian Spent Tuesday in Uaird. . Charley Friday. Pratt visited Fdrt Worth Editor Max Andrews was in the city - .- -'. - it-. Saturday. m 1 P. M DeVitt Fort Vorfli was here Tuesday ...w . '' ' ' Win. Pugli Dallas was here the first or the week. 1 m 1 A. P. Bush.Jr passed through the city Mond...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 April 1894

" )' tt t t) SdEKHierDawa?ja2SSU. i a .ZXl&ZXS&Stt T-iX: S-XjE3 A oumj&'Mi. '11 mi ft Nt)nJ dJi Original Grantee Acres City or Town 00f'lX)tl ni; '. ' . I i aarsspessSB-a--i 0VNEUS.- ' ' Survey No. m . i .i t I'M !. ' '; !"; rm ;'.-' .: '. 1 i Delinquent tax list on lands of Taylor county for tne yeart893. IJy virtue or the tax rolls Of Taylor county Texas for the year 1893 and by virtue of the authority vested in me s tax collector or Taylor couhty I have this day siezed and levied upon and will p'rocecd to sell for cash at public outcry to the highest bidder at the court house door of said county within the legal hdurs of said sale on the first Tuesday in Miy 1894 same being the first day of said month the following described tracts of land and town lots 'x situated in Taylor county Texas or so much of each tract or town lot as may be rieccwary to pay the taxes and cOst : thereon said sale to continue frptn day to day until sale is completed : . '''' uw'-riw'fti&fl...

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