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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 6 January 1887

THE GRANT FAMILY. Aa Jntercslinjr Chat rlth Harrison, the . - Body-Servttnt of the Late General. Harrison tolls rac that Colonel Fred Grant is in business in New York and that the family arc living there. Jesse Grant is in San Francisco, and Ulysses is attendingrto-the interests of his vrife's estate in Mexico. I asked him as to how Grant felt when he gave his relic3 over to toe uovernmenc ne rcpneu that the General was very well pleased that the Government could get them. General Grant said he felt that they ought to be kept together, and if they were divided among his family they -would be scattered. "There was dan ger at the time," said Harrison," that the creditors of Grant & Ward might take them, and I remember well when E had finished packing them, and toldi him that they were all ready for ship ping, how much relieved he looked, and how he said, "I am very glad of it." "But the taking away of those relics," said Harrison, "made little difference in the looks of Grant's ho...

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 January 1887

m ):- nEPEALED AT LAST. Tlio 1inure-or-Omeo Act, One of the Ue malnis or Kepubltcan Abase., Stricken from the Statute Book.. . The passage by the Senate of the bill repealing the Tcnure-of-Ofiicc act terminates a usurpation by that body which has extended over a. period of nearl3 twenty years. Under that law the power of removal Was taken from the President and lodged in the Senate, and though the act luis not been at all times enforced it h:is served at inter vals as a refuge for the feudal lords of the Senate when they saw fit to set themselves up as a superior to the Chief Magistrate. -1 This act was passed' in 18C7 by ,a Congress containing a Republican ma jority of more than two-thirds and was designed to keep in office the Repub licans of whom Andrew Johnson Fought to rid himself. Jolinon"s break with his party, which had hardly yet become warm in the offices, pre cipitated a factional quarrel of unex ampled bitterness. His policy was not the policy of the great party chiefs w...

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 January 1887

Abilene Eeeleotoe. Thursday, January 6, 1887. The Hew South. Surely, in spite of the bitter partisan ship that -would continue the war be tween J,,f north and south until the crack loom for the sake of partisan advantage, the relations of the two sections grow more harmonious as the people of each draw nearer together in business relations and -thus come to un derstand each other better. Years ago it -was supposed that the chasm between Puiitan and Cavalier was too wide to be bridged and too deep to be lilled. But in this year of grace the Cavalier has been invited to the birthday feast of the Puritan and not only invited, but has accepted the invitation, and, what is more to the purpose, shown himself not only one of the best orators, at the feast, but .is far-sighted and practical as any Yankee of the lot. At the annual diuner of the New England society of 2sTew York, on Fore fathers day, among the invited guests was Henry W. Grady, of the Atlantic Constitution, who responded to t...

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 January 1887

f f- C C - '- -w4y .-- VV r ABILENE CTOE. i 4 A T3TT FTNTT DIOKIISrSOI COUNTY, KAJSTS-AJS. JAJST. 13, 1887. VOL. 4. NO. 20. REPLE InJli IbB s ' w h H -H. jr JH. J A .5 iS?i B -I ft J. !. ) Abilene Eeflectoe. Thursday, Jan. 13, 1887. Mother, I Miss You To-night (Written wlille visiting the old home.) "Mother, I miss you to-night, Here in the old home, As I &lt musing alone : Where you were once Its delight Mother I miss you to-night. "Others, dear mother, are here. Friendly and tain to the eye ; But I yearn wltk a sigh For a word or your cheer Others, dear mother, are here.. "Mother, I've counted each chime; Tls something more Than years half a score, Since your spirit went to Its clime Mother, I've counted each chime. "Mother, while the angels are singing, Flit down the bright bar, And the silvery sura, Joy to this bobom bringing Mother, while the angels are singing. Mother, dear mother, somehow Cast from thy radiant face A part ot Its angel grace, 'Hound rae here now, Mother, d...

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 January 1887

5c:$c:e B ABILENE REFLECTOB PUBLISHED Br BTROTHER & LITTS CURRENT COMMENT. It is announced that Queen Victoria will give away two thousand titles and decorations at her jubilee. Tnn iron and steel trade of the United States in 1886 was active, hut it is ex pected to lie still more active in 1887. Ayocxo Italian named Vinccnzo, "with a mezzo-soprano voice, has gone to Paris to seek his fortune on the stage. The boodle Aldermen of New York are more enthusiastic in their admira tion for, the great Anglo-Saxon right of trial by jury. The reflection of the electric lights at 3ew" Orleans, La., can be plainly seen :it the iift--one mile point on the Mis sissippi river below. Senator Stanford is said to have ppent fully ten thousand dollars in pur chasing Christmas presents for the poor of Washington. The winter carnival at Montreal will Lo held from February 7 to 12. The ice castle will inclose an area of four teen thousand square feet, and be of an entirely new design. A Philadelphia...

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 January 1887

i 4 vt ABILENE MFLECTOJS ' - PUBLISHED BY BTROTHEB LITTS- The Story of a Wreck. Thrilling and Romantic Account of a Mutiny at Soa. BY W. CLARK RUSSELL. CHAPTEIt X. Continued. He pored over the chart with his dirty forefinger upon it "Whereabouts are wc now?" he in quired. I pointed to the spot as near as I could judge from yesterdaj-'s reckon ing.. "Where's the blessed Gulf nt Mex ico?" he inquired, after casting his cve all over the chart. ""There." "He ran his dirty thnmb-nail in a line to the gulf, and asked me what that blot was. "Bermuda." "You'll keep south o' that, will yer?" "If I can, certainly." "It's a man-o'-war station, I've Tieerd." "1 believe it is." "All right," he said, and, looking at the boat's compass on the table, asked if it were true. I told him it was; whereupon he set it on the chart and compared its indi cations with the line lie had run down "the chart, and was going away, when I said: "What do you think of the young lady's idea? I should like to earn a hu...

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 January 1887

ifejC3 IF IN NEED OF LUMBER FIGURE WITH THE CHICAGO LUMBER COMPANY. B. X. STEOTHKE. HE NET LITIS. STROTHER & LITTS, . EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS. To Our Subscribers. "We need every dollar that is owed us on subscriptions. Advertising has drop" ince Christmas, but it costs just c. . ach more for that matter to get out the Eejxectou every week, as when advertising was flush. We must now depend upon our subscrip tion accounts. We know that many of our subscribers feel hard-up; but many of them are abundantly able to pay, but neglect to give attention to what seems a small matter. There are some names on our list, however, who have not paid anything for years. We have been paying out good money for them every week, and they ought to do some thing for us. We are willing to carry a man for a reasonable time if he is unable to pay, but there is a limit to good nature and our pocket book. !Now, we ask this favor of our subscribers: Send us by mail, or otherwise, just what you can afford . I...

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. — 13 January 1887

For the Largest, Cheapest and Best Selected Stock of Lumber in the County call on the Chicago Lumber Company, Abilene, Kas. ) a . . H. Robinson, Druggist. Opposite Depot. Have your prescriptions compounded at John M. Gleissner's Drugstore, east side of Broadway, cor. 3d street. 39-ly THE REFLECTOR, -Official Paper of the City.- LOOAL AND OTHEBWISE. The Owl Pharmacy, Kenyon's clearance sale. Mrs. Dr. Gish is not expected to live. She is suffering from an internal cancer. Ten cases of piles successfully treated at Dr. Oakwood's Infirmary last month. Mrs. Lash, of the Burris House, had her ears frozen Saturday last, while out sleigh riding. J. B. Case had a pair of woolen blankets, valued at $5.50, stolen from his establishment last Friday." Special Sale for January of China ware, Glassware, Lamps and Table Cutlery at John Bennett's. Twelve degrees below zero on Satur day last, a climatological fact which every one seemed to be fully aware of. The biggest bargains every heard of at Ken...

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 January 1887

m tim-j-myn S3? Any person who takes the taper reg "alarly from tho post-office, whether directed to his name or whether he Is a subscriber or not, ,1s responsible for tho paj-. The courts hare decided that rofusingr to take newspapers from the post-ollicc, or re moving and leaving them uncalled for. Is prima faclo evidence of etextioxai. jiutjiv . 'AT THE STILE. Oh! I know a little maiden. She lives close to us at home: "When the air with peace is laden In the evening she will roam. In the evening down the meadow To the stile upon the lane, "Where beneath the oak-tree shadow She will meet her love again. ' She has very many lovers. Has this maiden, half a score ; She's a fortune to the glovers "With her twenty jair, or mors. There's the banker and the tailor Who are looking out Tor wives, And our parson's son a sailor "Will make love when he arrives. Then the curate conres to prattle All the gossip of the town, "While the captain talks ol battle, And besieges with a frown. ' There'...

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 January 1887

) ) - h S3JUQUARRELING. T Republicans of New YorJt nd Mr. JJlalue Cattiuc One Another' Throats A recent interview with Senator Mil ler has stirred up a hornets' nest in the Republican ranks, and in the judgment of many of the Herkimer statesman's friends he lias seriously impaired his chances for a re-election. In the inter view in question Mr. Miller took oc casion to defend his mistakes as a party leader. He declared that he was not responsible for the Republican re verses in this State since his elevation to-the Senate five years ago. His ad vice had Been disregarded. He charged the defeat of Mr. Blaine in 1884 to the National Republican Committee. It refused to accept the advice of the State Committee last year, which, he says, was controlled by his friends, and took the counsel of Thomas C. Piatt. The interview has brought forth a good deal of vigorous denunciation from the members of the National Com mittee, in particular from B. F. Jones, of Pittsburgh, the chairman of the co...

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 January 1887

rmrTrfurwnM nr i-T-iir--8irr-iyrff3Jr a :J W Abilene Ebflectoe. sheriffs sale. Thursday, January 13, 1887. " rhe lazy husband's wide awake ; He gi es bis wife a centle kick At dawn, and says : 'Get up and make The fire, my dear, I'm very sick.' It Is the same when storms arise. And bitter Boreal breezes blow ; He's awrul sick, in bed he lies, AM she must shovel off the snow. So:, dllow 'with a hobby for statis tics h figured it out that 250,000 im migrants have settled in Kansas this year. It is safe to assert that thfy brought at least $100 eacli into the state. Country merchants and bankers generally say that the average sum each immigrant represents is about $20C. But if they have $100 each they have brought 25,000,000 into the state. Guaranteed to Pop, She was a bright attractive-looking widow, and the stiffness had not yet de parted from her weeds. Accompanied by her only son, she had visited the market to make some Christmas pur- chases. Among them was half a dozen ears of cor...

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 January 1887

11 ' L t "T 0-"V,L J fl a r C. 1. 1. Cl 3BS . - THE M ? ABILENE, DIOKHSTSOiT OOTJNTY, KAJSTSA.S. JAJN-. 20, 1887. VOL. 4. STO. 31. VwOl AEttENE R I i Abilene Keflector. Thursday, Jan. 20, 1887. Idaho Ideas. WHAT A RESIDENT THIXES OF IT. AN INTERVIEW WITII TV'. C. II. ALLEN "WONDERFUL INCREASE IN THE 3IINING OUTPUT A BIG B003I EXPECTED. SY. C. B. Allen, Esq., traffic agent of the Oregon Short Line Railway, with headquarters at Shoshone, Idaho, is in the city on business which will occupy two or three days time, the Paxton be ing his headquarters. Mr. Allen was for several years 3 resident of Omaha, and is probably one of the best posted men on the resources of the great coun try west of the Missouri river that can be found anywhere. He has been mak ing a holiday visit to his old home in Ohio and is now on his wav back to the mountains to prepare for the spring and summer campaign of 1887. There was probably never before a time when the attention of the public was so generally directe...

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 January 1887

ABILENE" BEFLECTOB PUBLISHED BY BTHOTHER & LITTS- CURRENT COMMENT. Archdeacon Fabrak says that "in India the English have made one hun dred drunkards for one Christian." Ex-Govekxor William SsirrH.of Vir ginia. (Extra Bijly) is ninety years old, but he is very anxious to Federal Senate. rrnt into tlif Bv" -' The friends of Sojourner Truth, the famous negress, are raising money to be applied in the erection of a monu ment in her memory at Battle Creek, Mich. JohxEbicsson, the great inventor, is said to be in better health at eighty four than he has beenfor ten years past. He averages ten or twelve hours of work a day. Evangelist Sakket has composed a 7iew and taking hymn which is de scribed as a sort of medley and is in terspersed with stanzas from some of his older works. Pbof. John R. Pkoctor, the Ken tucky geologist, says there is enough good iron near Bowling Green in that State to supply fifty furnaces for two .hundred years. The Marquis de Mores, the million aire cowboy of ...

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 January 1887

) i ABILENE &EFLECTOB published nr iSTTJOTI-TRP L7TT& The Story of a Wrfeek. "Thrilling1 and Boriantic Account ox a Mutiny at Sea. BY W. CLARK RUSSELL, CHATTEll XIL Co.iti.ncet I took this opportunity of suggesting -that if the wind held, and the vessel maintained her present rate of speed, we might hope to be iu the Gulf of ."Mexico in a fortnighL "How do you make that out? It -was three weeks yesterday." "And it might have been a month," 11 answered. " But a few days of this kind of sail ing, let me tell you, Mr. Stevens, make -a great difleience In one's calcula tions." " How fur off is the Gulf of Mexico?" .he asked. About a couple of thousand miles." "Oh, a couple of thousand miles. "Well, an' what reckoning do you out o' that?" get "Suppose you put the ship's pace -down at thirteen knots an hour?" "I tiioughtyou made it lifteen?" he queried, looking at me suspiciously. Yis, but I don't suppose we shall keep that up. For the sake of argu ment I call it thirteen." "Well?...

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 January 1887

IF IN NEED OF LUMBER FIGURE WITH THE CHICAGO LUMBER COMPANY. miamtmmmmmmrmmimtmmmm Abilene Reflector Thursday, January 20, 1887. L. STCOTHEK. 1IESRT LITIS. STROTHER & LITTS, EP'HSAND PUBLISHERS. Sen.. . Ingalls says the presidential contest of 1888 will be between Blaine and Cleveland. "Well, we are willing, for it will be nothing more than thrash ing old straw over again. The Anderson men allowed the "Wil son faction to gain a big victory last week when Baker was elected state printer, and they are crowing lustily over the result. Abilene is the great city of the plains, BOOMING I BOOMING ! ! with Sali na on the west and Junction City on the east, standing with their hands in their pockets and looking on with com plete astonishment. It would be interesting to know if the Massachusetts woman speaks with authority when she says that her sex will remove their high hats and bonnets at theatres if the men will stop going out between the acts for refreshments. It would be well for th...

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 January 1887

For the Largest, Cheapest and Best Selected Stock of Lumber in the County call on the Chicago Lumber Company, Abilene, Kas. A i A E. H. Eobineon, Druggist. Opposite Depot. m Have your prescriptions compounded at John M. Gleissner's Drugstore, east side of Broadway, cor. 3d street. 39-ly THE REFLECTOR, -Official Paper of the City.&- LOCAL AND OTHERWISE, Owl Pharmacy, Attend the clearance sale at Kenyon's now, if you wish bargains. A. T. Potts is a father, and is receiv ing congratulations all around. Quite an amount of cattle and hogs is now being shipped to Kansas City. The Owl Pharmacy. A musical festival will be held in the Presbyterian church on Friday evening of this week. Miss Ina Worley gave a party to her young friends on Thursday night last, at the residence on Third St. The biggest bargains to be obtained in the city, at the "great clearance sale of C. A. Kenyon, 16 Broadway. Wilson Nicholson, a young man in the employ of Hon. J. R. Burton, broke his arm last week while...

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 January 1887

s6tsasa,.XX sett&WVtrmjffntzs- TEE MESSAGE. "Governor Martin's llessago to the - - Kansas Legislature. Following is Governor Martin's message sent to the Kansas Legislature on the 12th: ITothe Senate arul House of llfpTeentaliu : To be elected Chief Executive of this great, intelligent and progressive State for a second term, is a distinguished honor. And I trust it Is not inappropriate for mo to exprcss'to the peo ple cf Kansas, through you, their chosen repre sentatives, my grateful appreciation of their generous confidence, my profound sense of the responsibilities devolved upon me, and my earnest hope that I may, by an honest, faithful and conscientious performance of my official duties, in some measure justify the faith they have reposed in mo. The growth of Kansas, during the past two years, has been extraordinary. The ccU3 of March 1, 1881, gave the State a population of 1,135,011: that of March 1, lsy, showed an in crease to l.-4(Xi,7SS; and our population now ex ceeds 1...

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 January 1887

ujuu'muiumi ) 4 i NEBRASKA TRAIN WRECKERS. Thcyllae Matte a Coitreoion E. nchlcj Liable to Take Place. EDHiSK k Citt, Neb., Jan. 15. Four His souri Pacific detectives arrived Thursday night andiiad long conversations with BeL and Hoffman, the men arrested foi wrecking the tram. There is a well au thenticated rumor on the street that Bell tnafle a partial confession, throwing the blame on Hoffman and a man named Kopp, of Omaha, not yet arrested. The prisoners were taken before Judge Stapes yestcrdav mornmg, waived examination and were bound over to the Fenruarv term of the district court. Richard Krugcr, ar- i restedon suspicion, was discharged. The allv U-em with glowingand tender allu prisoners said that they were; not connected i B;0ns to tle cjvji v.arand the Union sol- with the Knights of Labor and were not hired to misplace the rail and never had talked with any ono regarding wreck.ng the tram. The motive for the crime is still a mystery. Kan-s CiTr. Mo, Jun 1.1 A special telcr...

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 January 1887

j.V3jj BUM Abilene Eeflsctos. Thursday January 20. 1887. Do Men Forget Their Mothers? Two items of news were sent out one day last week over the wires of the daily press. Ty referred to two different men, r .uout to he imprisoned for crime, i. other fastened in the timbers of a railroad wreck ; but the incidents to which we are about to call attention show how much alike men are deep down in their hearts where their best things are. Among the passengers on the fated train that was burned at Re public, was a man supposed to be M. H. Parks, connected with the labor bureau at Washington. "When the crash came he was riding in the smoker. lie succeeded in getting the upper half of his body out of the coach window when his legs were pinioned by the debris in the interior of the car, and there he was burned to death before the eyes of those outside, who could do nothing for him. "I shall never forget it," said one of the survivors. "As the flames were creeping closer and closer to him, and...

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. — 27 January 1887

V V .V r t' r 1 1 A-BILEIsTE, DIOKISON OOTJnSTTlT, ELAJNT3A.S. JAJN. 27, 1887. "VOL. 4. N"0. SSv THE ABILENE J I 1 s Ajbilbne Keflectoe. Thursday,'Jan. 27,1887. The Garden Spot of Kansas. The following description is from the Sumner county Standard, and it being so adapted to our county and city, we make a few changes and give it to our readers as representing Dickinson county and our beautiful and booming "City of the Plains" Abilene: DICKINSON COUNTY Is a garden. It may be a pretty large one, but nevertheless it is, in richness of soil, area of tillable land, every natural advantage for the great- est diversity of crop, including those products raised in the southern states as well as the northern, including corn, wheat, rye, oats, grass, as well as cot ton, tobacco, etc. It is also unsur passed in its capabilities for fruits of most every variety. Apples and the small fruits indigenous to the north, are not only as sure a crop here as in any part of the union, but peaches, aprico...

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