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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 April 1894

!? sp'-y -sr J Jfl'Vi' .j vV l U r A -i n-1 .' -r n ii'- i i "m il . .. tfoJ n! 30Mi'OR'yOUJllIASO)IS. U Mastery 5f r gsmi olvodfot'Only(OHe. Harriij ol t ol t ol U ol UurJ ol l.i U ol fping roomhose furniture re lor the -most i part thoasmtrj all round but. whose. prfcvahng uiEcd with the advertt of each L something as -yet unusual h to be desired for many dwellers in towns whose ucans tpermits the rent of one ly. Anyoncwhose-own room used to sit at wow in ns wen C1 in sees a grearuuatui uiui itiiicnt and would welcome a at each season as something ig to both 'mind and body A Summer.Aipect. bright woman who conceived of varying the monotony of t t!r r1weaa l.MIr rrm y llOniC K UICMMH11.1 .... nef in enowy white ilt is at son daintily pure and' is all ar. to wash easily so-that it ..stays spite of summer dust. iloor. which is laid with unfig- latting. has had this covering h!. cnr'mir season tin the tail :t is put down toreroam through .iter mat manes suuiuiem for the iflQOr. The su...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 13 April 1894

Trf y 'i"rvATp"' r"1 O l h ' " I i f" C'3 if t IfK' & 5H it 'iu ! II- p Hj I IWS '4 EfJ' -. .( ' ( h ii k i r n PRIMROSE III JAIL. Welcome Received at Washington ly a Band of Unemployed Jfron Texas A WARNING TO COXEYITES. A Law Against Bringing TJnomployad Men into tho District of Go lumdla No Assembly Without Authority. un- the ' Washington. April g -The ceremonious manner in which freight car load of fjrty unemployed from' Cincinnati was taken In charge by the police last nfcht is a forecast of thereception that awaits Coxcy's army. To morrow morning the hlen will be brought into poli:e court and a charge- of vagrancy entered against them. 'The local law against vagTants applies to all men without visible means oi support who are destitute and likely to become charged upon the city who have no vocation or means of gaining a livelihood Or who solicits alms? The penalty is ninety days pi the wcrkhouse at hard labor but it rests within the discretion of the judge to accept their ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 April 1894

f"t4fvv-t t ?if f ' The Abilene Reporter. liJM ul.Hl II i.1 I lilnl ! II VOL. XIII ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING APRIL 20 1884. NO. 18 ly ' -iv n tf&fx Mb Week we will display in our show windows the finest line of linen Table Cloths Napkins and Towels ever shown in this city. Come and see these goods and get the prices they will be offered at. Yours truly Rollins I YoimS. INDIGNATION AT SHREVEPORT. Crap Gamo That Wont Against tho Houso and. What Followod. Shreveport La. April 16 A num ber of citizens have called on the man agement of newspapers asking that an indignation meeting be called to assem- ble at the court house tomorrow even ing ine inoignation is tne result of a crap game into which two stran gers were inveigled. Luck was against the game keeper the strangers winning :115m cash and a bank check for 50 ine strangers upon leaving the den were denounced to an alder- Iman as iheives charging them with (having tapped the till and robbed it of large sum of money. A descript...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 April 1894

Sfy&ljfSVCffi W .1 ' Si .? T1 I. A I ft 1 ' UK) .5 life & !' a w? m ; I ' ' ' ! i DXEEW FOR PRS8IDEMT. Aaaouacea His Candidacy Stya Now York I Back of HilL St. Louis lo. April 14 Hon. Chaunccy M. Dcpcw who" is here an flounces himself for president of the United States Mr. Dtpew accompan. panted by Cornelias Vanderbilt and W. E. InRallS president of Big Four railroad reached here tonight on a tour of inspection of the Vanderbilt properties. The party stopped at the Southern hotel where Mr. Dcpew in an interview declared his candidacy. Speaking of the Breckenridgc case he saitt he did not think the damages awarded to Mis Pollajd would cause the Kentucky Colonel much worry. Turning to the political question r.ow interesting the public he said; "Hill's recent speech on the tariff ques tion unboubtedly voiced the unanimous sentiment of New York with the possi- ble exception of a very insignificant contingent of democrats of the state. It is a mistake to 'suppose that H:ll uras f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 April 1894

f?ltH-j'f'?flW 4 r k ABOUT TOILET TABLES. I&PED AND muumu flUM toNFEOXlOM MO MORI TO jE SEEN. Ithor tlio Marble Tbppad Brewing jae Tho Freneh Dres.or Thd Plain Oak Tatye: or the Ah- ciont Ohet of Drawers Deck the Bower of Bcaity. . Ifhe t"et iauic ' . 1.1. f .. .!.. l!l L.i pUc in furniture dress and de lation is cut according to prevail- French ideas. TV- most approved style is the low' -hly polished ornamented with mar- etene table mai requires uuc to seated before it in order to get a npse into its mirror. rmc it lacks one luxury that most linen enjoy a multitude of drawers; I . . ftri IttviivimiD At It ihe woman wnu ia w iuauhuu a own a French dresser has usually Ly closets and wardrobes. Again the mirror is quite small; but swinging cheval glass goes as an cessors. The best of- these French tables me for $350 and few are less than no. These are built of mahogany th rich elaborate inlays or else of a Ihly-polished metal for this purpose lamented with silver. A good speci- L ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 April 1894

"4Tf if i S.Ji m f.U. 4 rj it IP! i I: to jj " .1 ift u n i Mi vs. m && . tKS S3 1 H Li efi ;$i SjSM IS Stt f ' l3 u l '' 1 t 1 1 1 -I' '"'" I I ' "' v '' The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT KBILENE - TEXHS. Abilene phintino coMpanv. FRIDAY APRIL ao 1894. Oftcs In RnrOKTU Building on Second Suret. Mend l ibe Abilene. TUrw ToiloOeo as 8econd-ClM Mall Mutter. Subscription Sates. Ote year........ ....... ......... .51-5 Ms months... .1.4.... ....... .... 75 Three months.. ......... ...... ...... 40 Tans and Pacific local Tltnt Tails. KAST-BOUND TASSKKfiKfi. '' " Arrives...... .......100 a. M. Dpts v. ...... 11:05 a. W Ijrr-DOOND rASSXNGUU Arrives...... i:oS r. u. Depart. 4:30P.M. Fort Worth should organize a -fair association. The Abilene country needs 100000 more progressive farmers. Texas state fair management is hard at work preparing for the fair and ex- position at Dallas next fall. There is no country in America of- fering better inducements to the small fanner than that w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 April 1894

'('? !5T?!ff5!f3s5vswT W9i rtl ifv s W 1 "g W 'HE MAN With & wart on his nose docs not feql less uncomfort- able than. does the progressive farmer who has un- fortunately gotten hold of poor implements. Wc arc a sor(t of " wart removers " to the implement trade and can furnisn you ITH A WART- less line of implements made of' goodj honest ma- terial and guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. Any man having them iN HIS farm would certainly have reason to feel proud of diem because of such satisfactory results obtained by their use. "It pays to buy the best." Everybody OSE that ( please excuse). It will be decidedly to your interest to see us. Yours truly ED. S. HUGHES & CO. UU SIXTH S t0.v XJ-&3STD -A.C3-E3STTS ver Bass Bros. C. W. ROBERTS' o'lectian Agency and Ueneral Information Bureau. Kill ffis tiONUS HJK 1 1 ILK KKLfvASKS MolUCAGKS CONTRACTS AND AOKKEMENTS. A ' kinds of copjing arid address u irs to resident tax payers 6f tje Abilene Market Reports. TVs- matket repo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 April 1894

. -trrrvuilr"' s' )' r .i 4 h isro-iKHisrDBnsra? 2S. 'VK N6.0iit Lot m Original Grantee Acres City or Town No.ofM and Div Tata o Mi m !"t AnderKm A. G..... Be 1 ST. G Anderson 160 166 9 lllocki hw8 nwj- 4 east end 4 P. G. Anderson Delinquent -tax list on lands of Taylor county' for the ybax 1893 v - By virtue of the tax rolls of Taylor county Texas lor the year 1893 and by virtue or the authority vested in me as taxcollcctor of Taylor county I have this day siezed ari'd levied upon and will proceed to sell for .cash at public outcry to the highest bidder at the court house door of said county within the legal hours of said sale on the first Tuesday in May. 1894 same being the first day of satd month the following described tracts of land and town lots situated in Taylor cOuhty TexaJ of So much Of each tract or town lot as "may" be ncceisary to pay the taxes and cost thereon said sale to continue from day to day until sale-is completed : lv . . do BaronsctLJ; do do m "l'tU 37s " k Ab...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 April 1894

tBOViy rajT TOSPW'fppfSFSJF "v i'" t "i?tr'""efs'y ''nijnsUffi 7 ' ' II SPRING WRAPS AND PARASOLS THfiY ARK MAHVILS OF lEAUTT TASTE AND JJXPJKHSE. There Aro AH Kinds and Descrip tions of ParaolB and Even (ho ghaup Ones Aro Dainty Evonihg Wraps Are Protty and Inexpen- TjmsoIs arc not much carried until June has fairly set in' but sun umbrellas and coaching parasois are an ausoiuie until necessity April is over. There was a happy time when parasol and untbrcl i. rnuld lie used for ono and the same thine; made medium size and in silk it could be carried alike for sun and Min But one of the absolute re quirements of a woman's wardrobe in these times is a number ot parasois and otic or more rain umbrellas. Not tolendr Oh dear no. The lending of umbrella or parasol is quite contrary to the rules of etiquette of fprminine friendship. The umbrellas shown this I spring are of plain colors or shaded silks. 1 saw one the other day of a shaded green costume with which it was tn be cained.. The ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 20 April 1894

Ju IOI ri II II u II 1181 :. u M if 'i ! J 2w 1 tfS ! m ' Iw'i Ioi M i ioi I '' illtl ' 'iff ' I Vi '' '- iiil IOI &i ft ftci f-ji r ml loi 4 . :- pi ' r1 ill 1 ' IOI ' IOI ri1 j kp poi I'll. :; iui W IUI ; irSi l?? Sol ki i PSfl Ul rSJWW! ESMERALDA "'f-'K-'';"- . " i HOUSE ' iif Ir; :. : ONE OF THE GBEATEST SUCCESSES OF THE '.ivU:;.. ; iA' ;-'' :--'"f "" " '.' .''"'.' ' . '.'.. .' ' ". ..-r-. ' ' -.' ' ' ' . ''' . ' ' ' Madison - Square - Theatre - New - York THE BEAUTIFUL AMERICAN DRAMA IN FOUR ACTS ESMERALDA Will be presented by a splendid cast of Abiiene's favorite Amateurs. -'-' . The proceeds from this entertainment go to Abilene's Voluntppv Mre Department who by their daring and courage have become not only tne pride oi iipnene but of the state of Texas. Oome out and encourage the boys in their good work. Grand Parade Drill and Inspection Saturday Afternoon. I j5liliooi5iM'ioigi2l'oiQioigigioiQ H UMLMi M

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 April 1894

u mWW;!"':':-. r. i ;'; -'t-Jl -"j Jfp.vi(-r';T rf -j .JT-- 'tiT'f"" ' '- '! " ': v."if-' 'Xt ''"'" ' ?& -v. r" " fi 'I ABILHNB TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING APRIL 27 1804. NO. 17. L . """ HI' tin linn ii.i. I1H.-I I 1 ! lil 1ml lniW f M -... .min...! ! ii ilnnUlltniW ill (lilt Abilene The Reporter ATM! oira WINDOWS FOR BARGAINS NEXi? WEEK. THEY WILL INTEREST YOU. Yours truly . lolling I Yoiinj Ellis County Press Association. Midlothian Tex. April at. San Tacinta day was celebrated here by the fourth annual meeting of the Ellis aunty Press association. A special hr decorated Tor the occasion and ontaming members and friends arrived L-ia the Houston and Texas Central from Ennis and Waxahachie. They me met by the reception committee omposed of Mayor Bickers and the :iiy council and driven o Alexander lull where an address of welcome was lelivered by Prof. H. S Crawford of Midlothian and responded to by Presi- ient S. M. Carlton of trie Ennis Re- liew and others. Mayor Bickers also aide a s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 April 1894

"i ff'JT'l V Llk! ft s &- RS r WMi TO i liisi' S3" i- r "I HPt I t V I &. jjessea. w . ST aci a A ff! : "W 4 I I" J ftj. Fr h&J n Cattle Bext in lino. Thdl confidence jh the near future of' bccf-cattlc .breeding ii Readily broadening does not seem to admit of a diiibt. It is now fully ten ycus stnee the crest of Oic last wave was reached and the financial panic of 1893 in the opinion of conservative men matked beyond all peradvehture the bottom of the abyss into which cattlcgrnwcrf Were plunged as" a result ot the collapse of the inflamed values Tilling on the range and on the breed- ing.fatns of the older states in 1883. During this terrific "slump" in cattle other varieties of farm stock have been in high favor at different periods. Horses sheep and hogs have claimed the attention of many who formerly had a Vvarm side for cattle. Both with characteristic enthusiasm our far- mers have followed each of these prosperous lines up to the very verge of overproduction while a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 April 1894

tr'iftifrrvr -wiv"5'"?1" - -ft' " ? !. ; HOUSEHOLb il i ' HIM ' " '" Perfect Itolisj. i quart of sifted floutf x rounded tcaspobnfol of salt i rounded tablcspoonful of granulated sugar I Jt TQUniiUU iuigljuuiiiuisi wi uuuui ui i rounded tablcspoonful of butter and i of lard 1 pint of boiling milk J yeast cake. Pour the flour into a bowl make a hole in the center and add the dry in- iredicnts then add the boiling milki Let this mixture stand Until it is luke warm. Then add the yeast dissolved in one quarter cup of water and stir a Woth batter in the centre of the bowl leaving a rim of flour round it. Let this stand Until it is full of bub- blcs. Then knead on a board thor- aughly for half an hour adding flour sf necessary to mike it knead smoothly. rflien cover and. leave to rise our hours. Then knead again and roll out until half an inch thick. Cut with large buscuit cutter brush the tops t 1. J t .. tj . 4 rwiin meiieu uuticr iuiu lucnicr uuuc and placfi in lightly buttered pans cl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 April 1894

w i si" s-p"? ' y a m$vw' I t 'A t lA i a! rr tft. int. 1 ( 4 If- 1 Ill' . 11 T If ! l i i - s 13. m INK ilffl ft 5 i il I 11: lv? l ill t II im l.ir !! re 'SB 1$ K m A ivfe r4 ;l ? !" The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED At X&ILENE - TEXHS. ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. Friday April 37 1894 04u la RkWRTRR Buil Jing on Sccondistrcet. .11 in ti 1 ) t .i 1 i.. f " SHwred lit tho Ahtlenc. Texa. Poslofflw Second-cuts Mall Matter. ! 1 ' 11 1 . ' 1 1 1 1 ' Subscription Rates. Owe year......... . M. .......... v$i.5o Ms months........ . 75 Three months.... .4.... 40 Ikh ud Patlie total Tims Table. KAST-BOUND PASSENGER. HrrtTC3. ...... . ....w. . . . .....lo:40-A. M. Dtf4rti ....... .....11:05 A. M ntST-BOUNp PASSENGER. feli'Wiiuni it. .......... 4J0fi P. M Daswats. 4. .. ......... 4:30 r. m. T T i I t ii i 1 . 1 I hi... 1 1 Tlie Red River and Southwestern railway is headed for Abilene. When the Red & Southwestern reaches Abilene other roads will come. Conservative estimates place the receip...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 April 1894

rfpmtmfnfr v t; W fnr p -s rr ; Kfgprtn 'iiif" " "si'i'f'i-?!'r"'i'fiiiS5mp?f 'vffi'tf '' vflvpy -fjj i"Trfw!'J HE MAN With a wart on his nose docs not feel less uncomfort able than doed the progressive farmer Who has Un- fortunately gotten hold of poor implements. ' We area sort of ' wart removers " to the implement trade and can furnisn you ITH A WART- less line of implements made of good honest ma- terial and guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. Any man having them N HIS iarm would certainly them because of such their use. "It pays to OSE that ( please excuse). It will be decidedly to your interest to see us Yours truly ED. S. HUGHES & CO. O. W. BOBERTS' Election fl&ency and General Information Bureau. VRITE Deeds uonds kr i itle releases Mortgages Contracts and Agreements. A1o do nil kinds of copying and address tculars to resident tax payers ol the Abilene buntry. DRESS MAKING. I have opened dressmaking parlors in the rear part of Irs. E. H. Reeves Millinery Store. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 April 1894

pT7?7s?sf5 TV i-ffi' Mf s; t?MK7;''v'i$'$rn o -A lro-KESIX)S oX "3T " s if XaaJha aJLaa niMi tftj" 'mm No.Out Lot No.oft)t and Dir Original Grantee Acres City or Town. OWNERS. 2J5 Sortey No.; a mi - ?V;' se Si T. G. Anderson 160 -Anderson A. G.. '. J? I ... -. -do ..- do 1 . . DvouscltJ...'.. Butler Ire.....! Cnrruth D. C... Chlnslci J."(l 609 Blocki &; r6s V' nwi . P. G. Anderson do do !' ' Delinquent tax list on lands of Taylor county for the year 1893. . nWl ww 27S 336 east end 4 Abilene' mid t ir " 53 24 164 tlnrtls Div.' do;. . '. ' 1''. bilenef do . do - do ' -i acres' lot 2 $ . By virtue of the tax rolls of Taylor county Texa. lor the year 1893 and by virtue or the authority vested in me as tax collector of Taylor county I have this day siexed and levied upon and will proceed to sell for casli at public outcry to the highest bidder at the court house door of said county within the legal hours of said sale on the tint Tuesday iri May 1894 same being the first day of said m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 April 1894

E-VTyz-ij'-jv "" y!; ftfyi v. 0; jf-ftfl j -- -7 w 1 - 7i I 1 OMETHMG OF' SHIRTS i' BTIB TLhlTK MANXISH 03OM WILI MOT II IXH. Prevailing Cats for Oliovoits Urns and Silk 21ptag Will Bo Favorite TfiMmlngs New iCravati and Ties- Silk Skirts nn Important Accessary to the Spring Outfit. Jew Yoft'Kf April tx .Yesterday I it into tlio Inner sanctum of a man's p who makes a specialty of women's Is There I learned now ncy arc c nude arid what made of. irst in importance are those in Roods for all the new tailor gowns summer are being cut with an eye he showing of a shirt. ;cotch chevoit is the newest mater- in use. Its open weave allows fre air to uiu vc wm jv.i wuiw le siilTness when1 washed. It come Ite wide and from 35 to 35 cents a j m its best quality. Three yards ; a half make a shirt easily even ai ling for the big:sjeeves. I'he chevoit patterns are mostly in pes alternating in color and in size h as one-half inch stripe in light and one quarter inch in black on Imte ground. Stripes ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 27 April 1894

wwV sytMr-" it 1 il I ! - I.: ;' '' -t tt.sal 'i-CSi MM.-'- ill. W- tty" ffci4 ill li.i . LifMi.i BAW JAOIJCTO BAT. "Xoraombor th Alamo! Roniembat Golladl" Observed. Houston TSX. April "at Each of the thousands who have engaged m the peaceful festivities of this 58th anniversary of the battle ol San Jacinto has of course some idea ot the tragic character of that great event. Many there are who heard the reverberations of the cannon only two pieces all that the Texas army hadand here are a few gray haired arid infirm Tex ans over at Waco today who smelt the powder felt its scorching breath and leaped across the stretch of prairie at the month of the Sin Jacinto river a few miles from here crying "Rem em. her the Alraol Remember Goliad" and Vaulted over Santa Anna's brest- works turned their m.uskels to dubs and thrust their bayonets to the hilt in the cruel foe and routed "the Napoleon of the West" with more than twice their number avenged Travis and Fan- ning saved Texas from desola...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 May 1894

'iT-m'JSft nlf' Ti'W iS5jf5jyy!!lSiiimv'i'Ti 5fN??'fJrW'S1JitT'"'i'1 FWW f The Abilene Reporter. J"V' VBl VOL. XIII. ATCH! OUR WINDOWS FOR BARGAINS NEXT. WEEK. THEY WILL INTEREST YOU. Yours truly lollins I Yoonj Shanghai's Conflagration.' San Frnacjsco Cal. April 28. the steamer Oceanic arrived today lorn the orient bringing advices of he great fire in Shanghai on April 3 1 which 500 Houses covering an area everai nunarea yarus uy nan a uiuc bne. were loiauy uesiruyeu. au lar Is Inown no lives were lost. The fire Iroke out at Sunkadoo between the lily wall ana me river 7:30 p. m. strouc wind was blowing and the Lines spread with much rapidly not withstanding innumerable engines Ihich were brought into requisition. It one time it looked as if the French oncession would go but happily such calamity was averted. The French iremen however materially assisted subduing the conflagration. So evcrewas the heat mat me nremen Biougn sneuerea ueiimu piatiK uau iu Se relieved every few minutes....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 4 May 1894

.-tr- Tifr? ' v 1 t ni m ! i 11. nwmi"i(. 4 i A 1 . J it r I'' T r j r ! K: 1 m Ih i?P tSuF ili' ; m? 1 ? !.: f.H M iHBr ': ia ?.'' 'f ' j &t f-Cx fw & R : -SrfltO J.- ri ";' r jwi ' fi IHH-." ei; i fcf a po; . Tt;'' . '.xfo i. ii ' r ' I."' KJ XHOOJrS CidCMSti OUT. A TUh of Soldier. After A Train of Coxeyltos. Columbus 0. April a 8. The train ofsqldiersnt 11:25. a. m. pulled out for Mount Sterling. Two galling were cm tbc rear car. Six c rs contaiusd soldiers The other was h baggage cr. It wad a surprise says a special to the Dispatch tp the Galvin army. At U30 this morning Detective John "Mahnney an his wen asked them to "vacate the train. When he presented his commission showing that he represented the governor who had given him special power the Coxeyities laughed at him. They refused to hear the commission read. They met all demands in the name of the state with hoots and jeers. ' Mahoney wired these facts to Gov. McKtnley and said that unless insumcted otherwise he wou...

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