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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 3 May 1888

fteflttfrt. ABJLENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, MAY 3, 1888. VOL. V. NO. 36. abilme iUni'ln v "We want all the KHI IAI1 IiO ANB "WIS O-A-IET O-IET, At as Favorable a Rate of Interest as can be obtained elsewhere. WCall on us before you make your Loan.g8 The Abilene Mortgage Co. Office tip-stairs over Citizens Bank., Hon. H. B. Kelley, of the McPbereon Freeman has beta, renominated for State Senator froa the Thirtieth Sena torial District, composed of the coun ties of MeFherson and Harrey. Prof. Snew, of the State University, has received a collection of 3000 insects from Europe. A man of his erudition ought to know that Kansas has enough of that division of creation already. The first Quarterly Report of the State Board of Agriculture for the year has been received. It is Secretary Mohler's maiden effort and he may well be proud of it. It is somewhat more given to essays and discussions and less to statistics than former issues. The Democrats are trying hard to make it appear that th...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 3 May 1888

fc-7 AH communications for this paper should otSpaDl,ed,by the as1' of tSe authorl 2'nfl ecessanly for publication, bat as ase-i- vwt 0f ood faIth on tUe P-rt of the writer. . ,on,.y on one sld! of the paper. Be particularly careful in giving names and dates distinct le"erS Md flgures P33 and SIXTY-FOUR. Years so many: Sixty-four, All come knocking at my doo- F rst. the tiny baby years, Ilipe with smiles and npe with tcara. Then the buoyant, childish ones. itcjcic:ns u liieiimme r tuna.- K-edin not the winter's cold "VVhil wrapt In Jove's protecting fold. And covrthe ytrtrlhfnl maiden years, Tim d joys and trembling fears, Uopioir for a fatHre-brhjnljJ'jJ 'J " "Without the glodia of sorrow's nijht. ThciTcoinc the years of-woman's life. Sometimes peace and sometimes strife, Fond cares-iin?. triajs borne.'' Sad nights following brightest morn. Mother's cares and wifely love, Messed by God in Heaven above, L'.sp'n? prayers and baby smiles. Shielding one from Satan's wilei. And last, th...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 3 May 1888

t CATHOLIC SALOONKEEPERS. XTiey Aw Admonished in Accordance WItll the Deeroes or tlio Plenary Council. Chicago. April 25. A docreo of preat importance has boon published m the Cath olic churches for the first tims, and one that must hare great Influence in deciding that portion of the saloon question wbicti relates to Sunday observance. The de crees ars based on the action of the Plenary Cpcmcilt Baltimore, and that, portion of them relating to the saloon question is as follows: "Finally, wo warn Catholics en gaged in the sale of Intoxicating drinks to consider seriously by bow many and how great dangers, by how many and how great occasions of sin their otMiness, though in itsolf not un lawful, is surrounded. Let them, if they can, choose a more bocoming way of making a living. Let them, at any rate, strive With all thoir might to remove occa sions of sin as well from themselves as from others. Thoy must not soil drink to minors, that is to say to thoae who have Lot come of age nor ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 3 May 1888

lljc Mtdotfr & 71 TnUKSDAY, MAY 3, 1888. 3 .-':'! ft Befiector. PiHgHie Sipf.x JOHN J. COOPER, President. O. L. MOOBEVicel.Pjre5idpnt. . -HHB-wlNC-Sccretafy; A. W. KICE, Treasurer. Oo iSiy&scrrosas, JOHN J. COOFEH, A. vr. 1UCE, rnnKTisoN: KICHAIID WAUING. Isl J-i-A IIiciiakd WARiNts.'CiJsifaess Manager. Senator Ingalls' "Fevr Remarks" . Electrifies the Chamber Hot :' -".. "Words Pass. TvXi'miJCTOX, May 2. The Senate galleries presehled an liflttsually animated appearance at the opening 'tpf .yesterday's session, "being crowded tf.h spectators, principally ladle-, drawn by tie anripuncement of n:speech by Mr. Ingalls in rtponse to Mr. Voorbees' invective of last Wcdacday and iy the prospect at a bit ter and excHi'd'poHtical discussion. At the coVicinslon of the morning business Mr. Stewart addrcjrsed the Senate In support oilila siher comajrc resolution At the conclusion at hibuddxcia-iire., resolution was adopted and a btl g-prjjjjn.itinj'JWJ.WX) for a public building at Kmp...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 3 May 1888

mrTnri - - -- - pjjjwwiMii n-i i ni " ii i wwiww iinpTm ihir rnmi'i 1$ 75:linii ty9 in Tf fc u v-a m. JkTVBlWXOlir, J J7 LA dr?- If! Ll li ..A V c J IWIBTBOBT I - 'K.I -tVitjOfc y 'va -j?i 5-'- mt"'- v $h - '' V. ttsswSr & 4f -f ' TT ?.u ' uuc? Their largadonble store is crowded with New G-oods, -which were bought on a depressed market, and they are prepared this season to give their many custo-, mers better values in Clothing, and Boots and Shoes than ever before. "We do not advertise to sell our goods for less than cost, or even cost, but we do hu isgriaTantee to undersell any competitor who claims to do so. "We do not carry everything and no good assortment of anything, but confine our- Ml: 2 38 v! t ( . r selves lu our jiyt i . A hi f aTfi ,. p onoes in xne oxner. we recognize no compeu biunm eiuiier .uepajruniuin;, aaiu themselves what they can find and how much money they can save Idljm'iFATJLKNER & GOi, ,11 1 M IIave your prescriptions compounded At Jonn M GJeissner's...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 3 May 1888

ABILENE REFLECTOR -PCBLISHED BY BEELP.CTOB PUBLISHING COMPANY, CURRENT COMMENT. CorxT Heubekt Bissiakck lias been appointed German Minister of Foreign Affairs. The Government has purchased $3, 775, G50 bonds under the recent circular at a savin r of interest of $365,984. The Gatling Gun Company, with a capital of 800.000 subscribed in Lon don, has been formed -with the object of transacting the business of the gun trust in the Eastern hemisphere. Earl De Grey has been elected chairman of the company. A physician recommends that all the wood used in the interior construc tion of houses and all the plain sur faces of plaster should be thoroughly oiled or varnished so that the power- of absorption of foul air and gases should be destroved. A pitched battle between Mexican troops and Yaqui Indians took place in Sonora a few days ago, resulting in the defeat of the Indians with seventeen Wiled and a large number wounded. The Mexicans had one man killed and several wounded. A cable messag...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 3 May 1888

- i y jLBHSimiEFEECTOR DEFLECTOR FDBLISMG COMPANY- THE LITTLE GRAVE. There's a spot on the h'l'.siierar away. Where in summer the srass grows gren; Where, beneath a rustlin; elm tree's shade, A moss-co-ered stone is seen. "TIs a quiet and unrrequeated spot, A solitude lone and wild; "l"c somebody's hopes are burled there 'Tis the grave or a little child. In winter, alas ! that mossy stone Is hid 'neath a shroud of snow: But around it, in springtime, fresh and swell, The daisies and violets ?row; And or it the summer breezes blow, -With a fragrance soft ad mild. And the autumn's dead leaves thickly strew That grave of a little child. And every year there's a redbreast comes, When the month of May is ni?h. And builds her nest in this quiet spot, 'Mid theelm tree's branches high; With her melody swe-t by the hour she trills, As if by the scene beguiled: Tcrhaps who knows "tW an anel comes To the grave of that little child. Yes. somebody's hones lie buried thers. Some mother is weepia? ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 3 May 1888

flje Reflector. THURSDAY, MAY 3. 1888. A Square Insurance Company. Kansas has had so much difficulty in the past -with insurance companies which have kept their premium holders waiting month after month for their rightful dues, that we take pleasure in calling attention to a company which settles its claims promptly and in full. The Kansas Farmers Fire Insurance Company has a commendable record as regards its actions in this matter. From all parts of Kansas come testi monials as to its prompt settlement of losses. The latest is one which we give in another column. John Isler's buildings, near Chapman, were injured by fire last Sanday and this morning the company settled the claim in full. The Kansas Farmers is an Abilene institution. Its officers, Messrs. Bone brake, Thisler, Mosher and Abbott are men in whom people may safely repose the utmost confidence and the rapidly increasing volume of business of the company is a proof that they do so. United States Court. The case of United ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 10 May 1888

V MdxLoA Xy 0 ---w2 r -i ," . - -., Mtftof. vol. v. ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, MAY 10, 1888. NO. 37. '. r We want all the ed Fin m -wis cjji-jsr o-jET, ' At as Favorable a Rate of Interest as can be obtained elsewhere. t SCall on us before you make your Loan.5 The Abilene Office up-stairs over Citizens Bank. x M en 15, Sc,- aSUMWUV I The Illinois delegation is Walter Qninton Gresliam. ' solid for I Tlmrfl seems to be a creat deal 0f Blaine thunder all around the sky, hut we shall not he disappointed if we have a Gresliam storm. As the discussion on the Mills Tariff Bill pioceeds, it is very evident that it will not pass even the Democratic House without very material modifica tions. Professor Loisetle should exihit his memory culture device at the White House. Perhaps he could make Grover recall that anti-second-term letter of acceptance he wrote four years ago. The Topeka Capital praises extrava pantly Senator Infills' "few remarks.' The making of Major Hudson chair- mnn nf...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 10 May 1888

. SAny person vo take tic najwr rscsiai. xy trcsi the post-cSiec, r.hs:hcr tfirected tp ii name or -xhctbcr he is a subscriber or no:, U TCipons-Iblu for the pay The courts )..v- J .ii3 rat reruin total:? newspapers frra tl-t. p.,-t jtr.cr-. cr r-n:ovinc and lecins them -jncslIMJor.it priza 1-vci fcciilcr.rficf TNTrrnoyAl. rn.i.T. TWILIGHT THOUGHTS. Ticrearc so many days' We scirce can bear The ccaele-s, dreary round of care and pain; There is so much we lose, and can not keep. Ana it is hard to sraile when we would weep. The hours are often dark with cload and rain. "VVc flndjiteve our hearts are weary. There are so many days. TJiore are bo many months: Shrift o'er the Of life's great changeful sea they countless creep. "Whether we laugh and sin j, or toil and pray. The nights are long f rora June to the next May. IVo c!ap" their memories in our restless sleep. Tis sail to llnd our hopes are fading, Thf ro are so raany months. There arc so many years' Ah. -fye's, they seem JJich ti...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 10 May 1888

- i 1 V- ANTI-SALOON, REPUBLICANS. Tho National Conference at New Yorfa Adopt Strontr Ketolutlon. "Sn York, ilay 4- When the Anti-Saloon Republican National conference opened its second day's session yesterday, it was decided that the different delega tions should select one man from each State to be delegates at the National con vention, after which the following plat form was adopted and the convention ad journed. First We regard the saloon as the common and malignant foe of civilization and human ity. It ! wasteful, vicious and hostile to good government;, It degrade-, the individual, ruins the family,' debauches our youth, is destructive of Sunday as the people's day of rest; it cor rupts the ballot, fosters crime and threatens the very existence of the Republic: it has be come a pernicious and demoralizing power in politics, municipal. State and Xational, and is therein intrusive and repressive. As a. public enemy It ought to be abolished. Second-Ve have ith great satisfaction ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 10 May 1888

mxam llje JfoJIttfor. THUBSDAY, HAY 10, 1888. The Selector PoMiiiCoopy. JOHN J. COOPEK, President. 0. L. MOORE. Vice, President RICHARD WARING, Secretary, A. W. RICE, Treasurer. JOHN J. COOPER, A. "W. RICE, O. L. MOORE, B. F. NELSON, RICHARD WARING. IticnARD "Waring, Business Manager. C. M. IIakgek, City Editor. Six thousand emigrants landed at Castle Garden last Friday. To what will this migration of nations come? The National Republican League now has a membership of over 500,000; it will aggregate something over 5,000, 000 early in November. By the action of the Senate, one-half of Dakota is a half-made state. Let the House complete the work of creation and go dowu to posterity as having performed one notable act of justice during its noisy career. Congress has before it a bill for the prevention of political corruption. It will not pass. Let such a bill once get into the national law books, then good bye Democratic party. Under such a law it could not elect a ticket in ten of th...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 10 May 1888

' Have your prescriptions compounded At John M. Gleissner's Drug Store, east side of Broadway, vr. 3d street. 39-ly fjje Belector. Official Paper of Gouty and City. THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1888. FRANK A. 8WALLEY, Attorney at Law ABILENE, KANSAS. Southeast Corner Broadway and 3d Streets. Republican Rally. The Republican Club will bold a meeting next Tuesday evening, May 15th. Gen. J. C. Caldwell, of Topeka, chairman of the State Board of Par dons and one of the finest orators iu the State, will deliver the address. A good musical program is also being prepared. Make your arrangements to come and enjoy an old-fashioned, en thusiastic Republican rally. From Tuesday's Daily. Herington will vote on a proposi tion to issue $15,000 bonds for a new school house, May 16th. During the storm yesterday morning the lightning struck the school-house in district No. 8 (Highland) and demor alized the chimney somewhat as well as tore off considerable weather-boarding. Robert Wilson, son of S. M. and Sarah...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 10 May 1888

AmEFETTEFLECTOR ,.. PUBLISHED Br EEFLECTQR PIMJSBM COMPANY. GtJKRKNT COMMENT. ' ;Pleuho- rxECjioxiA is reported " among cuttle at Maple Creek, M. T. The New York iletal Exchange was a scene of wild excitement; on the 1st, the price of tin leading the way in a disastrous depreciation. A life size marble bust of Garibaldi, presented by the Washington Gari baldi Association, has been placed in the upper lobby of the Senate. A xady named ZMiklucho Maclay, aunt of the New Guinea explorer, Slachry, has been murdered in St. Pe tersburg by robbers, who secured iif teen thousand roubles from her apart ments. Tiie Progressive Labor party, formed at New York in opposition to the Henry George party, has been dis solved by its general committee on resolutions declaring that it had .accomplished its object. i Nineteen cartridges and a neAv T.ebel rifle have been stolen from the factory at Douai, France. Officials were inquiring into the theft, as it was suspected that they were taken at the insta...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 10 May 1888

V ti' ' " ABEEKE REFLECTOR I'lTBMSHKD JtY BEFLF-CTOR PUBLISHING C0MPA1II :sso; A SAD STORY. A queer old creature! Well, yes; t!: She is a curious sort or bird; I used to see her long yetrs ego -Before her hair iras so vlme, you Jraow When she was a girL Perhaps you've heard- Ber story no? That's i lUt'c queer; But then you're straw around these parte. She's always lived just over here, J'chind that hill where the sun sets clear These line June r.5gtt :te:e. nor she starts. She Is jro'ng home, as she's -ure to do When n:sht coice-. though she Is out all day. Just mark how sharp she will look at you; She eyes a stranger tbro'-sh and through. While never a glance will she threw rny way. As pretty a girl as you ever 'ee. Was that old crone forty years ao. And the way she ever cana to be This half-crazed creature seems odd to me. But I'll tell you, stranger, the best I Ur-ovr. It was just this arae tlm of the year. In June, when every iLing loo'.:s so gay, That a big ship sailed a-.vav f...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 10 May 1888

5 C tig lap Official Paper of Connty ana City. THURSDAY, MAY 10, 18S5. CLAY CENTER CONVENTION. The Slate Arranged in Advance Kc Echron, Baker and Valentine Take the Prizes. Tbe Republicans of the Fifth Con gressional District held their delegate convention in Clay Center on yester day. W. II. Smith of Marshall, was chosen chairman, and 1. P. Dow of Riley, secretary. After the usual committees had been appointed, and had reported, the con vention proceeded to the selection of two delegates and two alternates to the National Republican Convention at Chicago and to the nomination of a presidential elector of this State. Long before the convention assem bled the slate had been completed, bar gains had been made, and there was nothing to do but execute the will of the machine. Hon. E. II. McEchron, of Cloud, and the notorious political trader of Saline, known as "Capt. Raker,' were placed in nomination for delegates to Chicago. This was a part of the programme and although a large number...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 17 May 1888

.--Jt er auS. h v , W-sr 35ip. v . -j -tt--aa-( , J.2Bstvr5iL!f Abilene Ifcffoehi?. VOL. Y. ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, MAY 17, 1888. NO. 38. & . We want all the "WIS OA-IET QET, " At as Favorable a Rate of Interest as can be obtained elsewhere. BSCall on us before you make your Loan.gs The Abilene Mortgage Co. Office up-stairs over Citizens Bank. Mch 15, 'SS,-ly Kansas has 700,000 cows, and yet the average paragrapher believes it is nec essary to water thp milk. Hon. Thomas Ryan was renominated by acclamation in the Fourth Congress ional district Tuesday. 2Jever weie the Republican ranks more harmonious than at present. Judge Walter Quinton Gresham car ries around in various parts of his per son five Democratic bullets, that were fired into him during the war, as trib utes to his loyalty. The Anarchist organ in Chicago, The Alarm, got down to thirteen subscrib ers before it let go. One more legal hanging would make the law pretty generally respected in that city. The Gaz...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 17 May 1888

IS "AM conraantcatlons ronsis paper cnonto te accompanied by tae name of the author, pot necessarily for publication, but asancvi donee oi pood faith on the part of the writer.' Write only on one sice of the paper. T. Be mrticuiariy carerui in pvins names ana aate; to have the letters wjd flures plain and tf.'i-tirct. WE DON'T KEEP THEM LONG. While others sine of the coming sprin, Mine is a sadder socz. Of tHe chUuren .sweet around our feet O, we don't keep the children loaji Not far.tKb day( fUf they'll flv away, Atray ffain fh'is horse of ours. Just as the snow in spring rl!l go, .Just as in f all,"the flowers.- "" The babies we bless. with fond caress, And love still deeper, fonder. Like birds will sing, like birds will vring, Like birdS'the wide world wander. ; it i The'leddjc jyecnpon'Tny krieeT m Aroan shall meet myvrisioa f White otijerjree.t as swift, as sweet. May tread the field elysian. The little sir! whose hair you curl, Iler sweet rose-mouth soft kissing. Away will tri...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 17 May 1888

& DASHED TO DEATH- A. Prominent Xcw Vnrlc Banker Kfllnd In Attempting' to .Escape From an Irafe Hatband. 2nr Yoi:K. 3! ay S. Tho dead body of Nathaniel VT. T. Hatch, a banker and broker at 14 Nassau street, was found thi3 morning by a workman ir tho yard in tho rear of 04 "West Twentieth street. Mrs. Lillian ScoSeld was taken to tho West Thirtieth street police station soon after the discovery of the body. She and her husband, Charles TV. Scotield, live in apartments at the address given. Mrs. Scoiield said she dined with Hatch last, night at a restaurant in "West Twenty seventh street, a place known as Mine. Fanny's. It was within half an hour of midnight when they left the restaurant, and Mr. Hatch accompanied her home. Arriving there she invited him in, shu said, in order to show him her apartments. Mr. Scotield was at that time asleep in the back parlor, but was aroused by the movemenis of his wife and Ha'.ch. The latter was hastily concealed in a room on the second floor an...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 17 May 1888

She is tUdu, THUESDAY, MAY 17. 18S8. Tie Reflector PflMsMi Coin. JOHN J. COOPER, President. O. L. MOORE, Vice, President. KICHABD WARING; Secretary, A. W. RICE, Treasurer. 33Z"!?.T:c'X'osa.s, JOHX J. COOPER, A. V. RICE, O. L. MOORE, B. F. KELSON. RICHARD WARING. Richard "Waring, Business Manager. C. M. IIarger, City Editor. Topeka claims a population of 46,000 25 per cent, discount on account of a late spring. Melville W. Fuller, nominee for chief justice, weighs but 125 pounds. Lots of encouragement for the light weights. . "Usufruct Tilden" still haunts our contemporary. We presume the dis ciples of the "Sage of Gramercy" will soon begin to claim that Mr. Tilden actually served as president of the United States for four years. If, as it is reported, Jay Gould in tends to spend $100,000 to defeat Judge Gresham, if nominated, it is one of the strongest arguments we have yet heard for the Republican party to place Illinois'favoriteinthe front. The Denver Republican thinks that Mr. Bl...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
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