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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 3 March 1887

ABILENE BEFLECTOB PUBLISHED BT STROTHEB L7TTS- CTJRBENT COMMENT. Louisville's present population is now estimated at between 167,250 and 200,000. Kellie Moonlight, daughter of the Governor of Wyoming Territory, is his private secretary. Senatok RiDDLEBEitGEit recently al luded to Mr. Edmunds as "the eminent poll-parrot from Vermont." The tombs of La Fontaine and Mol icre, in Pere la Chaise, are crumbling rapidly to ruin, and scarcely a letter of the inscriptions is now visible. A petition1 in circulation in Xew York sets forth the necessity of the ap pointment of half a dozen women on the corps of tenement house inspectors. It seems to be an appropriate measure and is being very largely signed. Next to Mrs. Cleveland, who proba bly receives the most letters of any woman in she United States, Sirs. Jcnncss Miller, it is said, has the largest daily post. Mrs. Miller is one of the leaders of the dress reform movement for women. Sins. Gladstone presided over a meeting in London the othe...

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. — 3 March 1887

v i X ABILENE JIEFLECTOR "c PUBLISHED Or STROTHER & IJTTft f7 lie Story of a Wreck. i. Thrilling and Komantic Account of a Mutiny at Sea. BY W. CLARK RUSSELL. CHAPTER XXII. CojiTisCED. I wanted them to bear a hand in get thi: rid of the stay-sail, for, with the wheel hard down, the ship showed a leniency to fall off. But it was im possible for me to make my voice beard I could only wave my hand; the boatswain understood the gesture, and 1 saw him motion to Corni3h to clear off the forecastle. He then ran over to lcctvard and let go the forctop ma.'t staysail sheet and halyards, and, this done, he could do no more but take to liis heels. The hullabaloo was frightful the thundering of the sails, the snapping and cracking of the sheets. Boom! I knew it must follow. It was a choice of two evils to poop the &hij or lose a ma-t Down came the top-mast, splinter ing and crashing with a sound that rosu above the roar of the gale, and in a minute was swinging against the snroud an awf...

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. — 3 March 1887

IF IN NFpn of LUMBER FIGURE Abilene Eeelectoe. Thursday, March 3. 1887. U fTEOTHZB. HE5BY UTTS. ' ROTHER & X-ITTS, E I IS AND PUBLISHERS. The 1 0islature adjourns next Sat urday. Xext Friday is the 4th of Llarch, and it ought to be a day of Jubilee through out the country, for there has seldom been greater cause for thanksgiving than will bo found in the demise of the Forty-ninth Congress. Senator Ingalls' chin-music war speech made him president of the Sen ate, Vice John Sherman, resigned. And now he has the gall to think that he is a high muck-muck, stepping to the "White House, liut John Ingalls will never get there, no, never ! In the Jones-Myton contest case, representatives I3ottorff, of Sumner county, and M. L. Potter, of Dickinson county, have denied the grave charges made against them and asked that a committee be appointed to thoroughly investigate the matter. The committee has been appointed and these gentle men claim that the investigation will prove them to be entir...

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. — 3 March 1887

For the Largest, Cheapest and Best Selected Stock of Lumber in the County call on the Chicago Lumber Company, Abiieng, Ka& i A B. H. D'HUY, Graduate Philadelphia College Pharjiacy. Have your prescriptions compounded at John M. Gleissner's Drug Store, east lide of Broadway, cor. 3d street. 39-ly THE REFLECTOR, -Official Paper of the City.K- Mrs. James Bathan died on Friday last, at her residence in Sherman town ship, at the age of 73 years. Her re mains were interred in the Green Kidge cemetery on Tuesday last, at two o'clock p. m. Thursday, March 3, 1887. Announcements. I am a candidate for Justice of the Peace, and respectfully ask the support of all my friends. Jons P Quint. I would respectfully announce my self as a candidate for the office of Con stable, of the city of Abilene. Jacob Sechrist. Alexander Kosciusco Vanderbelt is moving his stock of goods from the "Lit tle Bed Front" to UpdegrafPs old loca tion on Cedar St. south of the track, A brick block is to be erected fro...

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. — 3 March 1887

flfel S7"AH coamumcatians tot rni. pcprr chould he accompanied by tha cane of xv Tthor: not necessarily for iic!lft:aU-n. Ou aa an evidence rf pood lath en tbu part o! nq writer. Vrite onlv on one siae oi tnc paper. Eg particularly careful in ?ivin Uaiues and cat3 to havotl.fi i?i?r8 iu'1 or ttxiiaiu aid dlmnrt. WARNING TO BASHFUL MEN. He sat beside her near the stove, A prey to baslifulness: To her he spoke no wonls of love, Nor sought her band to press. IKo maiden ever had been wooed By him; the fact was plain. Tor silently he sat and chewed The knob upon his cane. Sometimes he at the ceiling pnz&. Sometimes his glance would stray To her, but when ber eyes she raised, He looked another way. And thus they silent sat till she I toaia : -J ohn, I ought to state That pa and ma are out to lea And won't return till late. "Now while they're absent, do not teasa, ' But pray remember this: My hand you must not try to squeeze. Nor steal from me a kiss."' At once the knob that graced his...

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. — 3 March 1887

) A MR. MATTHEWS CHARACTER. How tho Neighbors tvnJ ITicncU of the President's Appointee Sjak of thn Man Kojected by ICepabllcans ou Account of IIU "Bad Keputatlon." The rejection of Mr. J. C. Matthews "by the Republican Senate is having a more serious effect on the part' than the partisan Senators ever imagined. The prominent representatives of the colored race all over the country have taken the matter up and have de nounced the unjust, narrow-minded policy that led to the rejection of a bright, capable, gentlemanly, well educated member of their community. Hon. John H. Smyth, ex-Minister to Liberia, has been most determined in his efforts to show up the un fairness and duplicity of tiie Kcpul lican partj- as shown in this instance. The delegation which waited on the President and presented him with a most eloquent and strongly-worded address was composed of eminent col Bishops and minister. They regarded it as a question of race, not politics. Ex-Minister Smyth, a Republican, by t...

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. — 3 March 1887

Abilene Reflectoe. Thursday, March, 1887. "Yankee." Thnenre comparatively few people who k v he origin or meaniDg of the term ' : kee," by which we are ac cnstoiuL.. more or less affectionately tc designate our American cousins born lu the United States. In view of the ap proaching American Exhibition of th arts, inventions, manufactures anc products of the United States, to bi held next year at Earl's Court, Kensing ton, and which has already been nick oamedin some quarters the "Yankee ries," it may be of interest to reader to know what the wcrd means. "When the Pilgrim Fathers landed on Ply mouth Eock the friendly Indians asked of what people they were, to whicb query they replied, "English." But i the red num could not twist his tongui around that word, and "Yengeese' was asnt'arashe could get to it. It wa3 but a short time, and by a natural and easy transition, before "Yengeese" became transformed into "Yankees." The use of this word also is peculiar. The people of the southern ...

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. — 10 March 1887

H L . yt" tisr ?f-Q . ( Se . y v.. jL BILENE VOL. 4r. -A.BiLEnsns, DicKinsrsoN county, Kansas, march: 10, i887 2STO. 2S. Si- Eli . fi ' i , r J 1 I &if THE JLJL hMKeb 3 --"m 3 m si 9 S fl IB 8 8 88. HlH -1 X Abilene Keflector. Thursday, March 10. 1887. B. L. STBOTHKB. HZSBY LITIS. STHOTHER & L.ITTS, EDITCBSAMD FUBLISHEBS. ABILENE and Dickinson County. The Past and Present. With3 Solid Prospects of a Glorious Future. The coming Rail Road center and leading town of Central and "Western Kansas. The most productive, fertile and prosperous County in the Sunflower State. Abilenk, Kan. Feb. 18. Just 1C2 miles west of Kansas City, on the line of the Kansas Ta ciflc railroad, Ilea a city which rejoices in the euphonious title of Abilene.. Fifteen years or so ago it was known as a large shipping point for tcxas cattle, and here the festive cowboy enjoyed full swing for a time. The writer of wild and lawless western scenes was supplied with ample .materialjfor his facile pen. Wild Bill...

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. — 10 March 1887

ABILENE &EFLEGTOB PUBLISHED BT STEOTHEB & LITTS- CTJBRENT COMMENT. Erastds Corning and his family vrere at Cannes at the time of the earth quake. Mrs. Kate Chase Sprague is writ ing a life of her father, the late Chief Justice Chase. The British Government is preparing a bill to amend the Limited Liability act so as to prevent the promotion of bogus enterprises. TnE Queen of Spain has signed a decree making a twenty per cent, re duction in the export duties of sugar and tobacco shipped from Cuba. Ax English company has bought the casino and famous grotto of Napoleon I. in Corsica, and will establish a win ter station casino, hotel and villas on the spot. Ever since her proxy marriage Nina Van Zandt has been a constant receiver of letters threatening to kill, to poison and to annihilate her by all possible means. The first steamer which has made the passage of the whole length of the Suez Canal by aid of the electric light, has just Kccomplished the trip, and took only fiftee...

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. — 10 March 1887

If h. jr -f ) ABILENE IlEFLECTOE P PUBLISHED Dr 6TEOTHER & LITT& t m The Story of a Wreck. Thrilling1 and Romantic Account of a mutiny at Sea. BY W. CLARK RUSSELL. CHAPTElt XXIV. CONTINCEO. "Aii increase of three inches since -the afternoon." "Well, there's nothen to alarm us in that, is there, Mr. Royle?" he ques tioned. "Perhaps it's one o1 my plugs as wants hanimerin'." "Xo, they're as tight as a new ket tle," I answered. "1 have jutt come from examining them." "Well, all we ve got to do is to pump the ship out, and, if we can, make the pumps suck all right That'll show us if any thing's wrong." Thid was just the proposition I was about to make; so I went into the cud dly and sung out for the steward; but lie was so long answering that I lost my temper and ran into the pantry, where 1 found him shamming sleep. I started him on his legs and had liim on the main-deck in less time than he could have asked what the matter -was. "Look here!" 1 cried, "if 3011 don't turn to and...

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. — 10 March 1887

IF IN NEED OF LUMBER FIGURE WITH THE CHICAGO LUMBFR COMPANY. Abilene Keflectob. Thursday, March 10. 1887, HENEY LITTS, Editor. jHyfisw wjn Wis a RLb The Sixth Annual State Encampment- Fairftveather and unclouded skies dawn upon the annual meeting of our "Vets-" The citizens of Abilene outvie each other in providing suitable en tertainment for the visitors. The smallest City in which the En campment has been held, but the biggest in her display of patriotism, and the cor diality of welcome Accorded to the preservers of our country. Monday morning last opened up bright and clear, and "Old Sol" seemed to fairly outdo himself in his efforts to help the good people of Abilene in giv ing a warm welcome to those in attend ance on the Sixth Annual State En campment of the Grand Army of the Republic. The visitors commenced arriving that day, the first delegation coming in on the noon train from Ells worth, accompanied by the cornet band. The afternoon and evening trains were loaded down, als...

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. — 10 March 1887

--,"- 3M,t" V X- - - i .. i -i ii f i -iii' i irifii" run iii m V1S1 Danger Ahead. Jifoft is the season when changes in the "weather occur suddenly and the fcad effects of it are felt by mostly every person by contracting a dangerous pneu Monia, from a slight cold, or pains in tfie back, caused by affected kidneys. Parties naturally ailing with kidney disease, or dyspeptic stomach, ought to take precautions and keep these organs in proper cordition in order to be pre pared to resist any attack. PnosrnATic IiEiiON Rye is acknowledged as a posi tive cure for dyspepsia, regulates the mrinary organs, and is an invaluable promoter of the nervous system. No family should be without it, as it can wo uau ub every iirsc-ciass drug store 26-4t. ABIL.EBnEI BBFLBOTOB STTPglJnrBlTTrp BEKJ. IiOMBARn. ProoMonf Jas. L. LoiiBAKD, V. President and Manager. T 20 St. Helens Place. London, "En. I A Mo a &ears .Building, Boston, Mass. Ninth and Main, Kansas (Hy LOMBARD - INVESTMENT - COMPANY, BgarCEB...

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. — 10 March 1887

- r -i Z,- rw.-.. ; " ," , .- '- .'.'-, i ' -- . f. i ' . " - x -MPClIK?lrif" " WWsrHHHP&1&1liWM3iDV'rvEXaVIPrM7ndilr 7, i IMutrKHHrmanHrr'BiHB&aBlHv tf l nnTTrnnrriTi r TMrafc jwmWMMrnr irmrriw iniifciTrM a , - Tl i 4 br to h? . ID At ca w cc B W' T. la of VI I tt 5 K &1 d( . ID SI hi ! P! M 01 fc 1.1 CO ha tli ii f yc nt to si: -mi to di lie aa nr tii r th cli uv b( si! ti! S sti wi Ul' th wi bV r cn nn er i re tic . st lu sU Kl vet he mi ne in. tl ba ' wi th C sa- in, to mi liu ev un of yo co ce th. frc At bl( inj J ha- vat lar ga; atl for hit pie JMlJ flat Caj sen and nat evt sltl cliSH dea A! yea eon awf brlt kep sbo thai yoa cna storm" ABILENE BEFLEGTOBlSSrbS I poor vers published or gSTHOTMTB & LTTTS. THE SONG OF THE CLOCK. Stay, master, a moment, and hear me, I pray. And mnrk what I say, And mnrk what I say; For 'years I have hailed you by day and by night To bid yon do rlzht, do right, Do right Tet little yon heed my monotonous song, Which warns against ...

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. — 10 March 1887

For the Largest, Cheapest and Best Selected Stock of Lumber in the County call on the Chicago Lumber Company, Abilenq, Kas. i 1 -4 3 A X B.H.D'HUY, GRADUATE PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE PHABilACY. 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.K Thursday, March 10, 1887. L. H. LITTS & CO., Proprietors. Announcements. I am a candidate for Justice of the Peace, and respectfully ask-the support of all my friends. Jons P Qunor. I would respectfully announce my self as a -candidate for the office of Con stable, of the city of Abilene. Jacob Sechkist. LOCAL AMD OTHEBWISE. To all of the G. A. E. veterans wno are in our city, the Reflectok extends a cordial greeting, and trusts that your visit to the "Gem City" of Kansas may be a pleasant one. If any are slighted or feel that they have been neglected, during a time like this, when our city Is crowded to its utmost capacity, it will be r...

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. — 10 March 1887

CCAii cornmun:ci;tica tor ton pcpet faould bo accoaipunJod by the name of the luthor: cot necessarily fer publication, bu; as un eviaeace or pooa iatm oa tne part o: he writer. Write only en jne side of tha paper. Be particularly careful In rivJ Ziarnea and dates to hnve tii letters &ed s hres slain cd JIut, THE DROVER'S STORY. It isn't much of a tale to hear; I went ono day with a herd to town, The finest lot I ever drove uown, Hut wild and shy as so many deer, 3.1 took us full ten hours, or more. To hring them safe to the buyer's gats, And alter that, although it ws late, I had to go to the village store; Tor Polly had prattled, the little sprite, Of a "booful doll" from mom till eve. And bat for malting her sweet eyes grieve X shouldn't have started home that night. I know 'tw;is only a childish toy, JJut though the skies were as black as ink And Jowls would have had me stay to drink. Said I to IColand: 'Trot on, my boy." T73"d left the town rc.vce a mile behind, With nine lo...

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. — 10 March 1887

-4 i A BORDER TROUBLES. Mexican Soldiers Invade Arizona and Mre on American A Fight uasi and Tboy are Driven Bade Nogalss, Arit, March 5. Last night Deputy Sheriff James Speed saw Lieuten ant Guitterez with four armed llexican soldiers crossing a bridge over a small crook into the United States. Ho immedi ately called on Henry Littlepage and Dr. Purdyto go with him and see why an armed partr should enter the United States. On arriving' in front of the American custom house the Lieutenant stopped in front of Littlepage, and covering him with a re volver demanded the release of a llexican named Roan, whom the Mexicans supposed the American authorities wore holding as a prisoner. Littlepaga repliti, "1 have no prisoner," and immediatt.j snatched the revolver out of the Lieutenant's hands, placing him under ar rest. The American officers thon started for the main street of th" town. The Liou tenant called on some other Mexlca.t soldiers concealed in the dry bod of the creek to release h...

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. — 10 March 1887

I) m A Abilene Eeflectok. Thursday, March 10, 1887. City Council Proceedings in 1901, City Council met in regular session on Fr. Mrs. Browi. son, a. evening last. er nonori 3, Councilwomen Smith, reen, Black, Johnson, Jack City Attorneyess Grey being Councilwomen Doolittleand present Smallclothes sent their regrets, having been unavoidably absent, they having previously accepted an invitation to Mrs. Dufunny's ball on E. 49th St. Considerable time wa8 taken up be fore the meeting was called to order, several rude men being ejected, for hav ing dared to pass divers opinions in quite a loud tone of voice. The report of Her Honor, the Police Justice, was read, and on motion of Councilwoman Smith, received and adopted as read. The Police Justice was severely censured for having closed court a who'le week, in order to visit her sister, who resides in the Salina ad dition. City Marshaless Wood also received a ijood raking over the coals for being somewhat derelict in her duties. In stead ...

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. — 17 March 1887

5 , THE ILENE REEL BILEISTE, DICKINSON COUNTY, :KAJSTSA.S, MAECH 17, 18S7. NO. 26. VOL. 4. ECTOR. IB L i Abilene Keflector. Thursday, March 17. 1887, HENBY LETTS, Editor. The Hext Congress. From the personnel of the Senate will disappear Abram P. Williams, the seven months' Bepublicau legislative choice from California, who has been succeed ed by his three months' Democratic ap pointed predecessor, George Hearst, who filled the vacancy occasioned by the death of Senator Miller. The amorous Jones, of Florida, who has been having a one-sided court of his own in Michigan for the past year, will no longer display the astuteness of his knowledge of constitutional law. Chas. B. Farwell will finish out the term of the lamented Logan. The grandson of William Henry Harrison has been crowded out by Turpie in Indiana, who will give the committee on privileges and elections something to do in his efforts to establish his right to his seat. Francis R. Stockbridge, a Badger mil lionaire, will orn...

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. — 17 March 1887

sanHMMHwWfee?" ABILENE REFLECTOB PUBLISHED BT STEOTHKI? LTTTS CTJBRENT COMMENT. Dr. Junkek, African explorer, has returned to Munich in good health. During a performance of "Viola11 at 2Jew Brunswick, N. J., the other night, Mrs. George Gillings swooned in the audience, and, although promptly car ried out and given medical attention, died without speaking a word. The Postmaster General states that the failure of the Deficiency bill will probably not in any way interfere with the operations of his department, except to delay the establishment of the free delivery service in new places. Iris reported that the excitement in HewFoundland over the refusal of the British Government to approve the Bait hill is subsiding and that the islanders express confidence that the Imperial authorities will not disallow the bill a second time. The circulation of standard silver dollars is now $57,214,510, out of a total coinage of $256, 471,647. The silver certificates in circulation amount to $123,29...

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. — 17 March 1887

-f ) 3 ABILENE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED Br PTROTHER & LITT& The Story of a Wreck. Thrilling and Romantic Account of a Mutiny at Sea. BY W. CLARK RUSSELL. CHAPTEK XXVX The wind still continued a brisk gale xnd the sea Tery heavy. Yet overhead It was a glorious night; and as the .-glare had risen steadily, I was sur prised to find the wild weather holding on so long. I busied my head with all kinds of .schemes to save the ship, and believed it ivould be no hard matter to do so if .the water did not come into her more quickly than she was now making it Unfortunately, there were only two parts of the ship's hold which wc could get into namely, right forward in the iore-peak, and right aft down in the lazaretto. If she had strained a butt, or started any part of her planking or outer skin, amidships or anywhere in her bottom between these two points, there would be no chance of getting at the leak unless the cargo were slung out of her. But the leak could not be considered hopeless th...

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