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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 6 December 1883

X. R' P H V b ! car McLNERNEY'S Is the place to buy shirts CHEAP. Extra Fine Lot Of Boasted Coffee in 4 pound cans at Hany Becker & Co.'s. INTERESTING TO FARMERS. A car lead of Labelle Wagons has just been received by the Berry Bros. Mercantile Company. The fanners should bear this fact in mind and go to Berry Bros, for their wagons. CORN SHEXLEBS! A car load of Corn Shellers, of all sizes, just received by Berry Bros. Mer cantile Company. THE "WINDS AREC0LD, Mother dear, but this magnificent Stove from Berry Bros, is indeed a com fort and a joy. New York Buckwheat Flour and Vermont Maple Syrup nt Harry Becker & Co.'s. Petroleum. Headlight oil, 175 degrees fire test, at Northcraft's; also Safety oil. 8-tf For the Best Beef Steaks, Boasts, Mutton, Pork, &c, call at Wahl Bros.' Broadway Meat Market, where you can get them. "Wahl Bros, also pay the highest market price for Hides. HARD AND SOFT COAL BURNERS, In numerous styles and at low prices, at Berry Bros. Mercantile Com...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 6 December 1883

J - '-w, .wh ! .m- -roi-r' -v&ev 5 -Tppfy-ixrnyiTT'w11? - !, ft I-' XZWSPAPHR LAWS. Anrneraonwbotakrs the paper rcgnlarlj-from the ncSoSoa irtc'ber directed to hU ume orwli-lhd The courts have dccMlthancfuilDBto take new TnnS or wr'udlcaH from His pogt-ottlcc. ormDov glh?A m nnjd fur. la trtaa facie eW- J. GAPTUItE! I caught it: yet J am not proud, I have no smallest will To vaunt myself and seek applause For having- displayed skill. It cost no skill: the easiest thing In life K was to do; I caujrht it without use of baits. Snare?, nets, tricks c-'d or new; And still I am not vain of that. As may be I have been Sometimes at a facility That made me quick to trin, I caught it: yet I am not proud. And vou are quite unfair To say "that I parade it, though, Ana show it everywhere. I'd rather not; it's not my fault The capture will obtrude Though I would hide it if I could Persistently and rude. O! who am I to wax elate And step braggart and boW? Icaugrit,butam just as meek. For i hav...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 6 December 1883

X 4 t i l- l V l ,1 FAE31 AXD FIRESIDE. SicK animals should be separated crom healthy ones. Scours in sheep may be cured by a little linseed meal mixed with their food. A". Y. Times. When hens in their prime have ceased moulting and do not lay try feeding them. meat. The time to begin wintering cattle b -when the feed begins to fail in the fall. Any neglect now is sure to cost dearly in the end. Exchange. An economical and really delicious way to flavor a cake which is to have icing ever the top is to grate part of the peel of an orange or lemon over the cake before putting the icin" on. N. Y. JXcrald. Potatoes, says the London Agricul tural Gazette, are mnch less likely to W if stored in bias a foot or more above the cellar bottom. This ar rangement gives 'opportunity to pick them over in casevjf disease. " A New York farmer states that oil t)f sassafras is the best substance to use for killing all kinds of insects. He Ute Argentine Confederation, The Argentine Confederation is com...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 6 December 1883

L !'" " ri2 f if ... - Old Daniel Boone. A VERACIOUS ACCOUNT OF ONE OF HIS ORDINARY nUKTES'G rERFOR3IAXES. Daniel Boone was a name that in by gone years ranked well up m the list of Worthies of the early days of the repub lic. Every schoolboy was familiar with his doughty deeds as hunter and Indian fighter. In the rush of events in these irreverent modern days the fame of rood old Daniel has become somewhat obscured. This is not as it should be, and it is a matter for congratulation that the Wisconsin State Register has concluded to revive his memory, which it has done in the following remarkable poetical reminiscence of one of Ins many feats: Old Daniel Boone, he thot a coon, And twenty-five wild geese; 'Tie Mid of him, he fjilit the limb, When they all sat in peace. The rent did close, and catch their toes, And hold them fatt and snng; When in a line upon a pine, A coon received the slug. He charged again, and cut it twain, The branch close to a tree; A creek beneath the bough rec...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 13 December 1883

v. i - . '' j i: ?v - ("-'dt -.- .?"-&-. ' pj Mifnp - Tflr -. wjo- V-w - cJ-v. (Bsr REFLECTOR. THE A k Xt-Ji r v A-RTT.-F.-N-p. IDIOKTNBON" OOTJNTY, DSLiTSS, DEC. 13, -1883. IS", 17-i VQTL. I. i r 4IiWA EHT THE LEjft.O k. Mr i E-SiBt' sB BILENE ! .4 t 4 ju;. THE PALACE CLOTHING STORE OF- SIMON ROTHSCHILD Is selling CLOTHING, GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, etc. CHEAPER THAN ANY HOUSE IN ABILENE. FOLLOW THE CROWD AND YOU WILL STOP AT THE CHEAPEST STORE IN ABILENE, WHICH IS SIMON ROTHSCHILD'S Palace Clothing Store. To convince you of this fact I would be pleased to show you, at any time, the most complete assortment in this line of goods in the city of Ahilene. As I make Clothing a specialty, I can safely say, without exagerating in the least, that I can at any time sell you a suit and save you from $3 to $5. To convince you of this fact notice the price list and call and examine goods before going elsewhere. PRICE LI MEN'S SUITS. From 37 to 43 Size. Sattinet suits, wor...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 13 December 1883

; w a 4J ABILENE REFLECTOE PUBLISHED EVERY THUBSDAY BY STEOTHEE BEOS. A WEEK'S NEWS. Gleaned by Telegraph and Mail CONGBESSIONAI The Senate met on the 3d with President pro tern. Edmunds presiding'. After the newly-elected members had been sworn in, the House and President were notified that the Senate was ready for business. Clerk McPherson called the House to order at noon, with 316 members present. Hon. John O. Carlisle (Dem.), of Kentucky, was elected Speaker, receiving: 191 votes to 113 for Hon. J. w. Keifer (Bep.), of Ohio, and five scattering: votes. .Fending- aciiou upon me case or tno Second Mississippi District (Chalmers vs. Manning-), the House adjourned. In the Senate the 4th, a large number of bills were introduced, among- others, one by Mr. Edmonds to establish a postal telegraph, and one by Mr. Tan Wyck, to restore to the public domain lands devoted to, but not earned by railroad companies, and a bill de claring railroad corporations shall pay within sixty days the co...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 13 December 1883

." --s T"i '"W " -" . -- "": 'fi fr - 0 VI E 1 Ex I r - ' j ABILEKE MFEECTOE PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY BY STHOTHEE BROS President's To fhfOonorcrs of Vie United State: At the .threshold of your deliberations 1 congratulate you upon the favorable aspect of the. domestic and foreign affairs of this Government. Our relations with other coun tries continue to be on a friendly footing. With the -Argentine Republic, Uelgium, Brazil. Denmark, Hayti, Italy, Santo Domin go and Sweden and Norway, no incident has occurred which calls for special comment. The recent opening of new lines of telegraph -communication with Central America and Brazil pemltted the Interchange of messages -of friendship with the Governments of these countries. During the year there have been .perfected and proclaimed consular and com mercial treaties with Servia and a consular treaty with lioumanla, thus extending our in tercourse with the Danubian countries, while our Eastern relations have been put upon a wider basis...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 13 December 1883

-"3 4'" 1 " - , ' rti i K V r r Abilene Reflector. Thursday, Dec. 13, 1883. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ONE COPFT, On-ETEAB, uf w u sit Months, $1.50 .75 Advertising Rates, Reasonable. B. L.8TBOTHEE. B. K. BTSOTHEB. STSOTHER BEOTHEES, Editors and Publishers. An Unsubstantial Terror. The approaching presidential elec tion, and the probabilities of democratic success, cause the organs -which favor the protection of the money power to raise the familiar cry of "business de pression," and "impending business ruin. : This bugbear, this unsubstantial ter ror, is used whenever and wherever the bloody-shirt is not adequate to perform its purpose of whipping men into sec tional ranks. The alarm is not rele nfc. it has no common sense basis, and iteltransparency is becoming more and more evident. The democratic party is not a party of revolution and anarchy. It embod ies and represents the constitutional and conservative principles of the Re public, and it does not threaten the business stability ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 13 December 1883

,. e- " A OPENING OF A Chri A. E. BISHOP Saturday, December 15th. Big People! Little People!! Children!!! And everybody invited to inspect our mammouth stock of Holiday Goods, consisting of Toys, Books, 1 Dolls, 1 Faistoy Goods, Fine Candies, &c, And you will be convinced that we offer for the least outlay of money the most select assortment of fine medium and cheap goods in the city. Facts will Speak for Themselves. Remember our goods are ALL new In the show window which will appear every evening about the time school is out. The finest line of Spectacles in totcn at J. S. Kelley' s. Jf CLOTHING. Simon Rothschild's Palace Clothing Store is headquarters for Men's Cloth ing, Youths' Clothing, Boys' Clothing. Prices down to "bed rock." Go to Shoes, ' Mclnerney's for Boots and With the very best facilities for buying goods at "icay down" prices, 1 am confident I can offer induce ments to purchasers. J. S. KELLEY. Mclnerney's is the place to buy. One-half gallon Mason Fruit Jars at ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 13 December 1883

!, -t ''"- - " ' ! 4- u i.r TO QOgErOjnaE2TTB. AH communications for thU paper honld be accom panied by the name of the author: not necessarily foi publication, bat as an evidence of Rood faith -on the pin, of the writer. Write only on One !de of the pa per. Be particularly careful In clrlng names and dales to have the letn.TS and figures plain and distinct. Prop er names are often difficult to decipher, because of tb tTYi-ft manner in which the are written. KATIE'S KISSES. To ri? Katie I said: "Ifi a taste Uv thlm lips that I'd .have, an indade They belong to rue now wid yet-self. An' so putty fur kissin were made." F.ut she answered an' tould me. wid eyes That no star in the sky could eclipse: An' it's thrue they belong to yersiif. Sure how 'ud ye kiss yer own lips "i" Just as aisy," I cried, "as to spake, An swiiter nor honey. The sun Is cowlder by far." Hut she vowed The likes uv it couldn't be done. Thin I offered the same to restore Wid a seal Jist as thrue as the dayr But she...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 13 December 1883

-V 4 PAKM ASD HRESLDE. Chickens with plenty of gravel will not pick their own feathers. Chicago Tribune. To wipe the dust from papered walls take a clean, soft piece of flannel. Of course it must not be damp, but the dry flannel will remove the dust Ex cliange. I . ' It is always well to watch dogs at home. ' Many of the most innocent looking dogs are the ones that kill Bheep, and they seem to possess suffi cient intelligence to hide the fault All dogs should be constantly under sus picion on sheep farms. Prairie Tarm tr. Baked Indian Fudding: Scald a quart of sweet milkand. thicken it with u teacupf ul' of corn meal; when partly cool stir in half a pound of raisins, quarter of a pound of sugar, four well beaten eggs, spice to taste, and bake an hour and a half." Serve with sauce. N. Y. Tribune. If a mouse or rat makes entrance into any part of the dwelling, saturate a rag with cayenne pepper in solution, and stuff it fnto the hole, which can then be repaired with wood or mortar. Ne...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 13 December 1883

. EjLV r-v t ' THE DEMOCEATIC PABTY AITO THE TABTFP. What the Democrats Have Affirmed Touching Protective Taxes in all Their Party Platforms. 2few York World. 1880. The first democratic platform was adopted by the party, then called "Re publicans" as distinguished from the Federalists party, in a congressional caucus at Philadelphia in 1800, the year in -which Jefferson -was first elected to the presidency. It demands: 6. Free commerce with all nations,po litical connection with none, and little or no diplomatic establishments. 183S. The next democraticplatform, known as the "Locofoco" platform of 1838, was adopted by the first national convention for nominating candidates for the pres idency. It proclaims: Hostility to any and all monopolies by legislation because they are violations of the equal rights of the people. The true foundation of republican government is the equal rights of every citizen in Ms person and property aud its management. 1840. The next democratic platform was...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 20 December 1883

N. A- ' h r - .A , 1 t . . miTTii 4 M FA ( ? w VS KB "Si VOL. I. .BILEHSTE, DICKHSTSOUST COUNTY, EZAJSTSAS, PEC. SO, 1883.' NO. 18. 4 AL.WA Wm m wj ES AD a ft S IS OF KOTHSCHIID, - Is selling CLOTHING, GENTS FTJBNISHING GOODS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, etc. CHEAPER THAN AHY HOUSE IN ABILENE. FOLLOW THE CROWD AND YOU WILL STOP AT THE CHEAPEST STORE IN ABILENE, WHICH IS SIMON ROTHSCHILD'S Palace Clothing Store. To convince vou of this fact I would be pleased to show you, at anTttaTthe mostlirtsortmenTtamo of goods in the city of Abilene. As I make Clothing a specialty, I ran safely say, without exagcrattag in the least, that To cominco jou of tins l woum m iueasej rasnow joa y mm..mm ym o( als (act mtim the price list mi rall mi examine goods before gouig elsewhere. IC Mfi EmKMT nr-x.-.f - . -(. MEN'S SUITS. From 37 to 42 Size. Sattinet suits, worth 5 3 for $ 4 Union Gassimero suits, " 10 " 0 Union Cassimere suit, " 12 " 'S AinVool Cassimere suits, " 15 " 10 All Wool Cassimere suns, "' 18 " ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 20 December 1883

hi V'"j"l"ll''-jy VOt l v.- -N ABILHJE EEFLECTOE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY STEOTHEE BEOS. A WEEK'S NEWS. Gleaned by Telegraph and Mail CONGRESSIONAL Is the Senate, the 10th, a memorial ras presented from Mexican veterans, asking pensions. Mr. Hill called up the resolution asking the Secretary of thelnteriorto furnish copies of all papers relating to the transfer of the land jrrant of the New Orleans, Baton Rouge & Vicksburg Railroad company to the New Orleans Pacific Railroad company. After discussion the resolution was agreed to In the call of States there was a perfect flood of bills and resolutions offered, over two thousand being presented and the call was not half concluded. Among them was a reso lution by Mr. Lamb, calling upon the Attorney General lor an itemized account of the ex penditures of the prosecution of the Etar route cases. By Mr. Anderson, to prevent un due discrimination by railroad companies, and subjecting them to the control of States under certain circu...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 20 December 1883

-, v -- - - K k -. b a V. ABILENE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED EVERY THUItSDAY BY STROTHEE BEOS. NANCY. ATT IDYL OF THE KITCHEN. "In broTvn holland apron she stood inthckitch- en; Her sleeves were rolled up and her cheeks all aglow; Tier hair was coiled neatly, when 1, indis ' Jereetly. Stood watching-while Nancy was kneading the dough. 3fow, who could le neater, or brighter, or sweeter. Or who hum a son?? sode'-'ghtfully low, Or who look so slender, so graceful, so tender. As Nancy, sweet Nancy, while kneading the dough? How deftly she pressed it, and squeezed it, caressed it; And twisted and turned it, now quick and now slow. Ah, me, but that madness I've paid for in sad ness! 'Twas my heart she was kneading as well as the dough. At last, when she tuftied for her pan to the dresser. She saw me and blushed, and said shyly: "Please go. Or my bread I'll be spoiling In spite of my toiling. If you stand here and watch while I'm kneading the dough." 1 begged for permission to stay. She'd not lis...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 20 December 1883

k ABILENEBBgLECTOB. ThursdayT0- 20, 1883. "terms of subscription. S1.50 .75 V. ' Six Months, Advertising Rateg, Reasonable. B. L.ETBOTHEB. S. K. STROTHEB. STEOTHER BEOTHEES, Editors ntul Puhlishem. Explain It To The People. Let our republican friends of the great agricultural west explain why they feel such solicitude for the mining and manufacturing sections of this country. In the election of Carl isle they see that the democrats will lose votes in these favored and protected localities. American in dustries are weak and need the con tinued protection of the government, and the agitation of reducing the tariff will cost the democrats a losing number of votes "What if it does? To battle for an improved condition of society, to strug gle to make life easier and happier for the masses, is a grand thing, and the principle will win because it contains the true elements of economy and hu manity. ... ... Is it party selfishness, or is it patriot ism, which impels the natural or self cons...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 20 December 1883

A IC ! Jv ' SPECIAL JLA9 Am m Until Big People! Little People!! cheldkeniii And everybody invited to inspect our mammouth stock of Holiday Goods, consisting of Jn - I I I. ... . 11 .11 ..,- - ... , 1 . . 1 1, ... i. 1 , 1 - - , , - ,. , .... Toys, Books, Dolls, Fancy Goods, Fine Candies, &c, And you will be convinced that wo offer for the least outlay of money the most select assortment of fine medium and cheap goods in the city. Facts will Speak for Themselves. Remember our goods aro ALL new and bought for spot cash and our prices are astonishingly low. Look out for a WILD ANIMAL fti the show window which will appear every evening about the time school is out. Don't fail to see the Grand Illu mination Saturday, Monday and Tuesday evenings, at J. S KeUey' s jewelry, store. Don't fail to see the GKANDEST, MOST BELLLIANT and wonderful 1 illumination and display ever seenin the West Hemember the time and place, Dec. 22, 24, 25. J. 8. KELLEY. CLOTHING. Simon Rothschild's Palace Clot...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 20 December 1883

-L TO OOUKESPOTrDESTS. Ati cotamun'tstloiu fortli! paper fiould be arrom an!tl by the mine of iwaoinur; not necKrrfly 101 puulieatfon. bnf a " cWi.rnce of cocJ fnltlionllir part of ihe writer Wrf:e only on one Mdc of ihe pa per Be iMn!c!rIy earefnl la Rlvlne names and daiw UTharc i lie kiara ui fipres plnln anj dwinct l-ropernamere often diairult to deefpher, becauw f Un eatclcM manner In mcn llicr are wrr ton . tfAMirS CMUSTMAS MESSAGE. Cuddling doisrn on the 6hecp-skin rujr, Fleecy and warm mid white. Three little happy children talk. Talk low In the warm fire-light. "It is Christmas-eve! says Harry; "ItisChristmas-ve! says Grace; "" Tis Kismas-cvel" lisps little Kate, Lifting her dimpled face. "'And Santa Claus is coming to-night. Coming when we are asleep; And mother says he is Mire to bring Just what we want, to keep. "Then he will bring me a golden ring." "He'll bring me a doll, I know." Said Harrv: -He'll bring me a ship. With sails as white as snow." So they spoke of their c...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 20 December 1883

warn Ir X FARH ASD rmESIDE. A man. who has no love for horses or sheep had better leave them alone. Troy fA'.r.) Times. Apply- soft soap with a little salt added four or five 'times a week and rub well, is an old horseman's remedy for sweeney. Exchange. A pudding sauce without batter is made by scalding a tea-cupful of sweet milk, then adding a olTee-ciip of pow dered sugar which you have wet with the yolks of two fresh e"gs. When the sauce is thick as custard, take it from the fire. When it is cool, add llavorin" and the whites of the two eirgs, which you have beaten to a stiff froth. V. Y. Times. Flannel Cakes One cupful of In- nian meal .,. -.f 1,-. i.- f lwl. lU Ul liWUlf UUI Ul UUI- ing milk, quarter of a cupful of liquid e teaspoon. ill of salt, one yeast, one tcasp tablespoonful of sugar, two of butter. Have the milk boiling and pour it on the meal and butter. When cool add the Hour, salt, sugar and yeast, which has been dissolved in four tablespoon fuls of cold water. Let th...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 20 December 1883

Pree Trade England. There is a great deal of nonesense indulged in by the republican press claiming that it is impossible for the manufacturers of this country to com pete against the "pauper" labor of Eng land, and that, therefore, they need protection from the government. The Beflector stated as a fact in its last issue that the purchasing power of wa ges in England was as great as in the United States; and further, that while English wages were increasing and Eng lish living decreasing, the conditions in the United States were just tne oppo site. Mr. Bobebt Giffex an English statistician of high reputation, argues, with the aid of a great mass of figures, that the prosperity of the workers of England has enormorously increased within fifty years. Mr. Giffen also presents figures to show that meantime the purchasing power of money, except as regards house rent and meat, has not diminished. According to his statistics, the Eng lish workman has increased in round figures during fift...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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