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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 11 November 1886

ABILENE fiEFLECTOK PUBLISHED BY BTEOTHER & LITTS CTJBRENT COMMENT. Neither, Hewitt, Roosevelt nor George is more than five feet six in height. The chartered Mercantile Bank of India, at Shanghai, has been attacked by robbers, who stole a large amount of specie. Sir William White, the British ambassador at Constantinople, upon presenting his credentials to the Sultan said he hoped there would be an in crease in the traditional friendship and entente cordiale between the two na tions. The Sultan made a formal response. A baxd of one hundred brigands was reported ravaging Salonica. The band entered the Turkish village and mur dered seven women and pillaged and set fire to the houses. The Govern ment urges travelers to take armed servants with tliem. Tiikee thousand three hundred and seventy dollars in Continental notes of the issue of 1878-9, in denom inations of fifty-five, sixty, seventy and eighty, were recently sent to the United States Treasurer by A. M. Sewcll, of Washington,...

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. — 11 November 1886

LK A A ABITEIE '5EFEEGT0K PUBLISHED BY BTRQTHEB & LTTTS. Tlie Story of a Wreck. Thrilling and Romantic Account of a Mutiny at Sea. ' BY W. CLARK RUSSELU' CHAPTER II. CoTrwrro. Hindered forthrce-quarters of an hour on deck, during which time the slight breezo died entirely out and a most perfect calm fell. Perhaps the moon would bring a breeze with her as she rose at twenty minutas past nine, so I filled another pipe to await her com ing. As I struck a match, the Stewart camo half-way up the poop-ladder to tell me that the .spirits were on the table. "Did the captain send you?" I asked. "No, sir," he answered. "I thought I'd let you know, as they'll be cleared away after nine, and my orders are not to servo them again when once they're stowed away for the night That's" the captain's rule." "All right," said T. Another time I should hare gone below and had my glass of grog; but I considered it my best policy to keep clear of Coxon until the temper that had been excited by my unfor...

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. — 11 November 1886

iBBBm Abilene Keflectoe. 1873. 1886 mmm TEA HOTSB Thursday, Nov. 11,1886. B. L. STBOTHEB. HZNBT LITIS. STROTHER & LITTS, EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS. The i .iuving is from the Atwood, (Col.,) idcocate, and as we are acquain ted with John W., we will not pull our "Chestnut bell:" A$ou cow belonging to the Advo cate family suicided yesterday by at tempting to swallow a potato that re fused to be swallowed. "Taters" grow too large in the Sunny South Platte for any ordinary, wild-eyed, impetuous bo vine to eat one ot them entirely at one meal. This ought to settle forever the big "Murphy" question in the South Platte. We can grow 'em. The following story s told of one ot our local politicians: "One afternoon he attended a gathering in an out town ship, and meeting an intelligent-looking young man whom he thought might have some influence, walked up to him and shook him warmly by the hand, in quiring: 'How is your father?' The young man answered: 'My father has been dead three years ' 'In...

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. — 18 November 1886

ot&zik- -in--C S-J. .-M 1 L ILENE A-RTT.-F.-Nrm, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS. NOV. IS, 1886. "VOL. 4. NO. 12. THE AB k 1 1 i EP I 1 jS S 1 1 W rHVI Ht1BSj M JB H B & M flfl jH P ESVH &: v-,c 1 f A f.; : I if- V t We Have Just Received WE To know that Our Clothing Department. Has been selected with an. eye to please all tastes, and has no equal in any other stock in the county. CSvaBBBBBBBaab F3PFBbm33ST BBS aaaaapy tpxigaVyJa' Boot and Shoe Departnent. !Wle carry the largest line of Standard Boots and Shoes in the city. Elimination of Anti-Beformera. Washington, Nov. 4. There have been many significant indications ob servable in Washington to-day that "protection boodle" was freely used all over country to defeat prominent dem ocratic congressmen. It is almost open ly admitted that a systematic and de termined effort was made by the free use of money to prevent the re-election of Carlisle, Morrison, Scott of Pensyl vania, and Mills of Texas. There was more concentration of ...

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. — 18 November 1886

HALLOVMAS EVE. FUNNY FLAMINGOES. I met a me that on the upon a Hovr Tlu-y Amused Tlieivwclvcs at tho Ohl Vlnr of .kijplnjr the ICopo. 'They're funny fellow-;. I can tell you, " the captain declare'!, man down tho coast who told once when he was linntin1 Florida lowlands he came whole colony of flamingoes among tho mangrove trees. He watched their antics for some time some standin' on one lcjr, some with their long necks in all sorts of curi'ius positions, some stalking np and down as solemn as parsons and he thought it wouldn't be a bad idea to play a joke on them. "So he took a fish-line, and when the birds ilew away he fastened one end of the line to the root of a tree and climbed with the other end up into another tree. "Before long the birds came back, and then the fun began. A soon as one or two stepped across the line, the man ju the tree gave it a pull, and tho flamingoes began hoppin' and trippin' and caucln' about, now falliu down, now jumpin' across and really sccmin' to e...

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. — 18 November 1886

- rwr t v ) l i to r v T A '3 HELPING THE OPPRESSED. Wliat tlio 'nemoeracyDnrlnsr Its Short Lease of Power, Han Done to Reclaim the Land for the reople Which H Been Unjustly Donated to Corporations by the KepGbllcan 'Party. John G. Carlisle, Speaker of the House of Representatives and one of the most prominent and eloquent of American statesmen, lately delivered a powerful address to his fellow citizens of Covington, Ky., from which the fol lowing extract is taken: The policy of the Government of the United States in relutiou to the disposition of the public lands is of very great Importance to the great masses of the people, especially to those who work for waffes. much more im portant, pentlcrnen, than is generally sup posed. The posse-sion by the Government of a large area of arable lands has contributed perhaps more than any one other fact to keep up the wages of Axner can labor in this country. So long as the Citizen might ac quire a homo for hlm?e'f n:d his family it & imp...

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. — 18 November 1886

sp- ' IP VN NEED orLUIVIBER FICURE WITH THE CHICAGO LUMBER COMPANY. 3B Abilene Keflectoe. WCfTl OFFERINGS! A CLEAN SWEEP. k OlliUlaL Thursday, Nov. 18.1886. . L. 8TBOTHKB. HENBY LHT8. STROTHER & LITTS, F H TORS AND PUBLISHERS. "We received last week the first copy of the Ahilene Republican, published by . M. II. and Frank Curts. The "Repub lican" is a neat six column quarto, and the boys have the stamina and ability to get up a first class paper. They are Dickinson county boys from way back, having been in the county for the last sixteen years. The Reflectok ex tends the right hand of good fellowship, and wishes the boys unlimited pros-'perity. J. II. Lucas has bought the Abilene Chronicle, and will devote his entire time to that paper. We understand the papir will look through republican glasses,with the lens constructed to see prohibition looming up on every hor izon, and if need be, occupying the front seat. Iiet the paper assume any posi tion politically that it may, Mr. Luc...

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. — 18 November 1886

I 'S Largest,"8 V-T.-." T. . - f( "- E3fiPUSOTOE STTSrajBawdEEffiTn:- vis -aHjIEETE . nnj-iair r rur'- -n r f'j'yss-'ryjrossssssssssssssswO'igfy ! i ni I HI; 1U en I r b Abilene Reflector. ' Thursday, Nov. 18th, 1886. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. Fairview. With a proper system of street lights, we would not have as many burglaries to chronicle as we have in the past. A small Are was discovered in Gleiss ner & Xeely's carriage works one night last week. The flames were quickly extinguished. The loss was trivial. A crazy quilt of unique and handsome ' design is now on exhibition in one of the show windows of the Daylight store. It ' is the work of several of the younger members or the .Lutheran church bun day school. The proceeds from the sale will be devoted to the use of the school, Fairview. Charley Young is again in th em ploy of Cutter & Sou, nurrcrymen at Junction City. The firm have a repu tation of raising only first class varie ties that are adopted to this state. Char ley can b...

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. — 18 November 1886

X J 4. r"" " Jftjar:-fcr f BER C VJ, - - vJ J" -"St," 5Sf?" - ''"- J J -r; v Jew rir f7 ESTABLISHED 1870. N XCIAI -ZLTlSICSiJ: ' - J v i lit f i I j f" i XSlBtli ii- I,,, I.,- I, 7.'l, H w tm m M.a m 9 b' "- - GillsOiiUiilMiiilrtl Buy where you can do the best and DON'T PAY WAR PRICES. I now offer a line of Gold Watches At 1-3 less than thev ever 'were sold for in this city. CLOCKS At -wholesale prices and the largest stock to select from; I have some bar gains and don't you forget it. One lot of triple plated Knives and Forks at $3.50 per doz., usual price $5.00. A good Waltham Stem Wind "Watch at S7.00, usual price $ 1 0.00. If you want a watch let me give you prices, I will surprise you. I will DISCOUNT Any prices ever made by any dealer here. I want your trade and if Lowest Price and Honest Goods will get there I will have it, "Watches, Clocks and Jewelry carefully Repaired and Satisfaction Guaranteed on every deal or money refunded. Yours to Stay, W. L. COOLEY, Leader of Low Pr...

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. — 18 November 1886

For the Largest,Cheapest and Best Selected Stock of Lumber in foe County call on the Chicago Lumber Company, Abilen e, Kas. A y T 4 t, CALL OK R. F. RUSSELL & CO. FOR LOW PRICES OK ALL KIKDS OF HARNESS. CEDAR STREET, SOUTH OF RAILROAD, ABILENE, KANSAS. E. II. Kohiksok, Druggist. Opposite Depot. Have your prescriptions compounded at John M. Gleissner's Drug Store, east ide of Broadway, cor. 3d street. 39-ly THE REFLECTOR, -Official Paper of the City.is- LOOAL AND OTHERWISE. A welcome rain fell on Tuesday last. Additional local will be found in our gupplement. Last Friday night snow fell at Hope and vicinity to the depth of three inches. "Farmer" Blevins, of Sand Springs, is visiting old friends and relatives in Illinois. T. J. Wilson, a prominent farmer and stock raiser of Garfield township, made us a pleasant call on Monday last. Fairview. Kruger & Thompson have been awarded the contract to build a $5,000 residence on the west side, for Theo. Mosher. Thanksgiving turkeys are...

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. — 18 November 1886

ABILENE &EFLECTOB PUBLISHED Br BTEOTHEB & LITTS. CURRENT COMMENT. The holders of the boxes in the Metropolitan Opera House in Xew York this season represent $790,000,000. TnE trustees of the great Brooklyn bridge have decided, so it is said, to permit foot passengers to cross free. TnE estate o'f the late George L. Lorillard was sold at the New York Heal Estate Exchange the other day for 348,700. Charles H. Ham, for a dozen years United States Appraiser at Chicago, has been removed and Francis A. Hoff man, Jr., appointed in his stead. A Henry George club has been organized in Philadelphia for the pur pose of placing in the field a Labor candidate for mayor next February. The stomachs of several cattle which died near Whitmore, la., were found to be lined with mud taken in with the filthy water they were compelled to drink. The Dantzig (Germany) Zcitung predicts terrible distress during the coming winter. It says that trade is paralyzed and that work is failing ev erywhere; t...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 18 November 1886

k 'T ABILENE KEFLECTOB PUBLISHED BT STEOTHER & 3L.ITTS- Tlie Story of a Wreck. Thrilling: and Romantio Account of a Mutiny at Sea. BY W. CLARK RUSSELL. CHAPTER IV. Coktisueo, te part of the channel was full of shipping, and I know, by the vividness with which my memory reproduces the scene, how beautiful was the picture impressed upon it All on our right were the English shores, made delicate and even fanciful by distance; here and there fairy-like groups of houses, standing on the heights among trees or embosomed in valleys, with silver sands sloping to the sea; deep shadows staining the purity of the brilliant chalk; and a foreground of pleasure boats, with sails glistening like pearl, end bright flags btreaming. And to our right and left vessels of different rigs and sizes standing up or down channel, some running, like ourselves, froo, with streaming wakes, others coming up close-hauled, some in ballast high out of water, stretching their black sides along the bea. and expos...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 18 November 1886

y ,l t -i ! 3' v- . r v Abilene Reflectok. Thursday, Nov. 18,1886. B. L. BTBOTHEB. HEITBY LITIS. STROTHER & LITTS, EDITORSAND PUBLISHERS. The rond annual meeting of the Kansa. -cate Music Teachers Associa tion win be held at Topeka, April 13th. 14th and 15th, 1887. AnJ attractive program will be presented. The following charter has been filed in the office of the Secretary of State: 'The Chicago, Omaha & Southwestern Eailway Company, of Abilene. Incor porators: John Johntz, A. E. Bishop, A. W. Bice, J. E. Bonebrake, G. C. Sterl,A. J. Bingham, Theodore Mosher, J. A. Graves, 2fate Blevins, J. D. Mc Master and "W. n. H. Bonebrake. Cap ital stock, $6,000,000. The contem plated line is frqm the north line of the state through Marshall, Washington, Clay, Dickinson, Salina, McPherson, Bice, Keno, Stafford, Pratt, Edwards, Comanche and Clark to the south line of the state, a distance of 315 miles." One of the simplest and most effect ual means of relieving pain is by the se of hot w...

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. — 25 November 1886

ysi,o-crrtiLO s&nLljJL ILENE VOL. 4. A-BILElsHE, DIOKIlSrSON COUNTY, ELAJSTSAJS. NOT. 25,. 1886, nsro. 13. Abilene Keflectob. How The Presidents looted. THOSE WnO WORE NO BEARDS GOOD 3IANXERS AND PLEASANT FA CESBEARD. Thursday, Nov. 25,1886. TUT? KEFLECTOK r ; B. L. 8TB0THEB. HENBT LOTS, STROTHER & LITTS, KDITORS AND PUBLISHERS. Railroad JffeetingE. Public meetings will be held at the following places in Dickinson county, to discuss the question of voting aid to railroads, now pending before the vot ers of this county: THURSDAY, NOV. 23, 7:30 P. M. Johnson pchool house. Sec. 30, Willowdale tp. Dnnlap echoolhoase. Sec. 28, Hayes tp. Lyona school house, Sec. 12, Liberty tp. Good Hope school house, SKJ. 9, Noble tp. Maple Drove BChool house, Sec 15, Ridge tp. FRIDAY, NOV. 26. 7:30 P.M. Sunny Side school house, 8ec. 4, Garfield tp. Uolon Volte school house, Sec. 2G, Ridge tp. Sbepard ecnaol house, Sec. 3, Newborn tp. t airview scnooi nouse, bco. i , J en ergon tp. Coleman school...

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. — 25 November 1886

SYSTEM IN WORK. A Caup "IVbJca. Should Teach Ambitions Housekeeper a ITUolesomo Lesson. A great many women wear them selves out in the endeavor "to com press a quart within the limits of a pint measure." And these very women are those who consider them selves methodical. They plan a cer tain amount of work for each week, which they might perhaps perform were heavenly order the rule. of this world of disturbances. They are apt to forget that illness, or unexpected visitors, or the sudden rc3olve of the maid of all work to leave, may inter vene and spoil their best-laid plans.x A safer method is to lay out for each day only so much special work, in addition to the ordinary routine duties, as will require at most from three to four hours for its accomplishment. Thus it will be possible to do the task, and there will be time for the favorite book, the new music and the pleasant visits. If too much is planucd nothing will be performed, and the sense of "tilings incomplete" will wear upon...

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. — 25 November 1886

r-'-7?S85rr RE T y rT ; A MANLY EXPLANATION. Postmaster-General Vilas Replies to the Contemptible Stars antl Char of the Republican Press. The WbrUVs Washington special pives the following explanation from Postmaster-General Vilas regarding his speech at Madison: "It is true." said General Vilas, "that I did make a speech at my home in Madison. The report sent out to the press that I had participated in the contest and assisted in the manipulation of the canvass is wholly false and without the least pos sible semblance of truth. I did not reach Madison until Sunday night previous to the election. On Monday 1 spent an hour and a half of the fore noon conversing with friends I hap pened to meet on the sidewalk and called at the Democrat office for fifteen minutes. It was natural I should call upon my old friends. After I had in dulged in a brief call I returned to my residence and there remained until evening. I was asked to address the people in connection with other gen tlemen, some...

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. — 25 November 1886

IF IN NEED OF LUMBER FIGURE WITH THE CHICAGO LUMBER COMPANY. Abilene Beflectob. A CLEAN SWEEP. X Thursday, Nov. 25,1886. . t. MBOTHZB. HEXBY UTT8. STROTHER & LITTS, rniTORS AND PUBLISHERS. Co. jxress convenes December 6th. Ex-Secretary Lincoln is talked of for Mayor of Chicago. II. M. Hoxie, general manager of the Gould southwestern railroad system, died in New York last Tuesday mom- iag, The constitutional amendment to in crease the number of supreme court judges in Kansas -was defeated at the late election by 60,000 votes. Good inougb. The Larned Eagle-Optic has a new head which is a decided improvement. And by the way, the Eagle-Optic is one of the best edited and neatest papers in the state. Xot one colored congressional candi date was elected at the last election, and the Fiftieth will be the first con gress since the war exclusively com posed of white men. The returns from California are at last definitely stated. The democrats elect the governor by 632 majority, and the l...

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. — 25 November 1886

For the Largest, Cheapest and Best Selected Stock of Lumber in the County call on the Chicago Lumfer C6nipany, Abilene, Kas, J t y 7 A CALL ON R. F. RUSSELL & CO. FOR LOW PRICES ON ALL KINDS OF HARNESS. CEDAR STREET, SOUTH RAILROAD, ABILENE, KANSAS. OF E. H. Koblnson, Druggist. Opposite Depot. Have your prescriptions compounded &t John M. Gleissner's Drug Store, east ilde of Broadway, cor. 3d street. 39-ly THE REFLECTOR, -Official Paper of the City.g- LOOAL AND OTHEKWISE. Fairview. i i m i i Vote for the bonds. The livery firm of Dinwiddie & Smith has been dissolved, Frank Smith retir ing. G. B. Mallery is visiting his brother-in-law, W. C. Walker, of the Henry House clerical force. Mrs. F. II. Boardman has returned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. L. II. Osborne, of Denver, Col. J. J. Kugler, a well known county resident, is visiting the scenes of his boyhood days, at Fairfield, Pa. i O I i Woolbridge Birchmore and wife, of Topeka, are 3pending Thanksgiving with their r...

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. — 25 November 1886

ABILENE JtEFLECTOB PUBLISHED BY BTROTHEB & LITTS OUTtBENT COMMENT. "Edwin Booth's illness cost him over twenty-five hundred dollars per night. Virgikia is preparing to abandon the 2arbarous duel for the refined and racy libel suit. Jay Gould is assessed for one hun dred thousand dollars and no more, in Hew York. Fred Archer's career showed that an honest jockey can make more money lhan an honest politician. The manuscript of Benedict Arnold's vindication of himself has been found in an old loft in New York. It is said that the gate receipts of the Sullivan-Ryan slugging match in San Francisco reached $12,000. The Ameer of Afghanistan reforms a rebel by cutting off his head. This is to prevent a disloyal relapse. Dr. Morin, a French physician, in a new work on the hygienics of beauty, makes a dead set against earrings. Henry George declares that his ex penses in the recent New York election amounted to only three dollars and forty-five cents. John R. McLean has invested more than...

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. — 25 November 1886

i y U ABILENE KEFLECTOE PUBLISHED BT BTEOTHEB & IJLTT& The Story of a Wreck. Thrilling1 and Romantic Account of a Mutiny at Sea. BY W. CLARK RUSSELU CHAPTER IV. Continued. TVTicn the dawn broke it found the "Grosvenor under reefed top-sails, fcre-top-mast, staysail, foresail, main-trysail and spanker, snug enough, but with streaming decks, for the gale had raised a heavy beam sea, and the deep laden ship was sluggish, and took the water repeatedly over her weather-bulwarks. The watch below had turned in again, but it was already seven bells, and at four o'clock my turn would come to go to bed. I had charge of the ship, for the captain, having passed the night in observing his vessel s sail ing powers under all canvas, had gone below, and I was not sorry to get rid of him, for his continued presence aft had become a nuisance to my eyes. I had now leisure to recall the fatal accident I have related, and the in humanity of Captain Coxon's comment upon it. I hugged myself in my ...

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