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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 6 September 1888

V V CONTRACT LABOR LAW. Kvl Jcnce of Its violation IIj- a "Wool 3Iana rr.cturlns Firm. Boston, Aug. 2l. Tho Congressional Coiuinittee investigating into alleged Tio laticns of labor end immigration laws re sumed this morning. DauicI Danby, ot Lawrence, te&tiSed that ho was an En glishman, and -was induced to como ta America by an advertisement signed F. H. Johnson. He wrote to Johnson, who offered him and five children passage to America, and promised larger wages. He was to be employed at Graniteville, Mass.. by Abbott & Co. Johnson was an agent for Prince, Smith & Co., and John B. Sollcs & Bro., who were the men really violating the laws. Witness thought there were thirty-fire people in the party which sailed for Amer ica, all procured by Johnson. "When he arrived at Boston the witness was exam ined by a doctor, but no officer asked bins if he came under contract. The party were taken to the Cunard office, wh-Tc they were asked to sign a document v.-ho.r nature wit...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 6 September 1888

1" Ki fZtdencaatf&TSZ ..f-..r.i--, & l j fcV:'Jr i I? b " 3 i7 U MB- .J&flttirc. DT, SEPT. 6, 1888. a I CONTENTION ASSEMBLE!). A STEONG TICKET NOMINATED. BUETON AND GIBSON OTJENEXT EEPEESENTATIVES. The Republicans Name Peck, Bitting, Ford, Anderson and Baker as jf Candidates Enthusiasm and Har- M -mony Characterize the Proceedings. The Republican county convention met, pursuant to the call of the central committee, the court house at noon last Saturday and was called to order by Dr. J. M. Hodge, chairman of the central committee. In his opening words he reviewed briefly the work of the past year and congratulated the Bepublican party upon the prospect in ' Yjliview.for it regarding county, State and National tickets, this fall. The utmost enthusiasm prevailed among the har monious crowd of staunch Republicans that nearly filled the court room and the Doctor's words were loudly ap plauded. In the absence of Secretary Eohrer, D. R. Gorden read the call as issued by the cen...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 13 September 1888

?Tl v ) t i .- ,tir&tiZ&r' .' HeMot i u ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 13, 1888. VOL. VI. NO. 3. 'p- v . iBPceklu v, tr We want dUB I fMMMlA "WIS O-A.iT G-BT, At as Favorable a Rate of Interest as can be obtained elsewhere. SCall on us before you make your Loan.j3 rsn 1 ne ADiiene mortgage uo. Office up-stairs over Citizens Bank. k m n Blaine will speak in Abilene before ; The following from the Emporia Ke tbe campaign closes. Abilene may be publican robs of its music the only depended upon to go Republican, string upon which our e. c. has harped -Wichita Journal- The New York Sun gives a table showing that Cleveland will get about i0 noo morp. votes than Harrison this year. Four years ago Cleveland's vote in that town was 43,000 higher than Maine's, while his plurality in the : whole State was but 1,047. On the basis of the Sun's figuring the Repub licans will currv New York this year, and have :!u,000 or 2-5,000 votes to! spare. , ' So Mr. Jtrrv Sheahan is an...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 13 September 1888

n ; ," ABILENE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED ET EEFLF.CTOS PUBLISHING COMPANY, CURRENT COMMENT. Fkom 1877 to 1886 English incomes between $700 and $5,000 increased 19.26 per cent, and incomes above 5,000 decreased 2.40 per cent Peesidext Linde. of the Rock Isl and & Peoria railway and a stockhold er of the Chicago, Rock Island & Pa cific road, died at Rock Island, 111., recently. Mrs. Carlisle, who is keeping liouse at Washington for the first time, -enjoys having guests at dinner, and the Speaker has instructions to bring friends home with him in the after noon from the House when his home is not full of visitors. J. L. Paljier, chairman of the Ar kansas Prohibition State Executive Committee, claims that forty counties of Arkansas have gone against license, and says that whisky had a great deal to do with the raid on ballot boxes at the State capital. The returns carried away, he said, were from precincts which gave Prohibition majorities. 3L Ferry, in a recent speech, ad mitted that...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 13 September 1888

1st y ABILENE EEFLECTOPi PUBLISHED BY EEFLEGTQR PDBUMfi COM! ENGLISH AS SHE IS WROTE. There was a German poet vrho in English tried to rhyme. And with the dictionary big he wrestled all the time. And though lie chose -with extra care the words spelled all alike, JIc spoiled his Utt e poem for a rhyme ho couldn't strike. THE POEM (!). The sirl I'll wed shouM always knead With her fair hands the dough, Because the stuff called biker's bread Is hard to eat and tough. She should hive learned in early youth, Home duties old and new. -And never pout her pretty mouth. When helpluR mother sew. Her temper she must sweetly mold. So nothing is a plasue. .And not desert me if I should Be stricken with the aue. 1 could enjoy a cup of tea. If sweetened with her laughter, And never let a false.idca Our happy hom--life slaughter. At evening, when work is done, Beside her I shall linger. And her ths sweet piano's tone, And her's if she's a singer. . U. Vodoe, in Goodall's San. THE END OE A ROAD. A. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 13 September 1888

-A - X. x- THUESD AY, SEPTEMBER 13,1885. The Reflector FnMsMng Company. JOHN J. COOPER, President. O. L. MOOEE, Vice President. BICHABD WAKING. Secretary A- W. BICB. Treasurer. BICHABD WABING. Richabd Waking. Business Manager. C. M. Hakgek, City Editor. ADVERTISING BATES. iy One column- One-half column..... One-fourth column. One-eiirbth column, ne inch.... ..- 60 33 20 10 SUBSCRIPTION BATES. 8150 One year - g Six months en Three months THE TWO LETTERS. HAEEIS0H AND CLEVELAND AC CEPT THEIE NOMINATIONS. The Documents Placed Side be Side for the Careful Consideration of the Eeflector Beaders. Below we give the letter of accept ance of Gen. Harrison and Mr. Cleve land. .They are worthy of thoughtful consideration by every voter. They show distinctly the calibre of the two men. " While the President's is a la bored, cringing appeal for votes, Gen. Harrison's is a bold, upright statement of his position and breathes spirit of true Americanism and patriotism. IsmANAPOUS,Ind.f Sept.12. The...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 13 September 1888

iL Have your prescriptions compounde. at John M. Gleissner's Drug Store east side of Broadway, cor. 3d st. 39-J y Hie Mector. THURSDAY, SEPT. 13. 1SSS. The prospects in the 6Sth district are that Hon. J. It. Burton will have the largest majority ever tendered a Repre sentative from that district. PIEE AT JUNCTION CITY. J. S. Ford has given perfect satisfac tion as county superintendent of pub lic instruction. It will be a rash man indeed who will oppose him. W. S. Anderson's chances are bright ening every day. Mr. A. is a man who grows upon the people and he will without a doubt be our next clerk of the district court. C. C. Bitting's apt little talk before the Republican club last night shows what kind of stuff he is made of. lie will represent Dickinson county before the bar in a creditable manner. The great, only and original P. T. Barnum's show next Saturday will at tract throngs from the neighboring towns. Special trains will be run over some of the roads leading into the city....

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 13 September 1888

-wrtl WAGES OF LABOR. figure That Are of Peculiar Value to X-'rt o-Tratlo Workins-Mcn. When the State Department began its -.rork of collecting- statistics as to the rate of wage3 and cost of living in Europe, as compared with those in the United-States, Jlr. Secretary Bayard end hw subordinates' had little idea of v.hat a favor they were conferring upon the advocates of protection gen erally and Republican editors in par ticular. The figures are always sug gestive as snowing the vast difference in favor of the protected working-men Of tho United States, and afford about the beat possible argument against the Change in our system proposed by the Democratic party. Tho following table of the rates of veekly wages paid in Europe and in the United States in 18S1 is condensed from tho report of the Secretary of Slato on the "state of labor in Europe," derived from facts reported by the United States Consuls: 5:3 rrroQ :o3s:c ?S; eras - S Z a o o 3 5 - 5. 3 S -r: - o3 ' j . 1 o s : : : : ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 13 September 1888

t -? ' ATTACKED WITH SICKNESS. nde Tlmrcnan Prevented From AdtlroM injr an Immense Andlenoe lit Miulsxon Sqnar Oartlen. New YonK, Sept. 7. Madison Square garden, the great structure which covers an entire block between Fourth jyid Madi son avenue, covered a mighty swarm of people last night on the occasion of the Democracy's reception to Allen G. Thur man, and when its holding capacity was exhausted it served as a center to many thousands of people who were addre-sed by speakers upon stands at each corner of the building. A panic was almost created by an unnecessary alarm concerning the stabilitv of the galleries. Calvin S. Brice called the meeting to or der, and introduced Hon. Koswell P. Flower, the first speaker. While Mr. Flower was still speaking the crowd near the Mad-.son Square entrance began to cheer and the cheer swelled and ran to the body of the hall, down the Fourth avenue wall, completely drowning the voice of the speaker as they announced the coming of Mr. Thurman. As...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 13 September 1888

- ( & Mector. TIIUKSDAY, SEPT. 13, 1S88. . Official Paper of Comity anfl City. AEPUSDTS BALLY. ; The opera house was crowded Satur ' daynignt by the best people of the city and county, a good proportion of . the audience being ladies which had gathered to listen to the eloquence of ,' "Our Burton" and the other distin guished gentlemen who had been in vited to address the meeting. There was observable throughout the evening an intense earnestness and htarty enthusiasm which made the - ; audience a peculiarly receptive one. - ' The generous applause which often broke out proved that the speakers' efforts were heartily appreciated. v The meeting opened with music by the Arion quartette. D. R. Gorden, president of the Abi lene Harrison and Morton club, then briefly introduced Hon. J. B. Burton . , who first quoted the famous 1840 stanza commencing "Have you heard from Maine, Maine, Maine, how she went '. " hell-bent," etc., and gave ahappy paro dy which aptly describes the result o...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 20 September 1888

nic SVm-ZZTZZ ft .1- ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 20, 1888. VOL. VI. NO. 4. -21 , feteot mends BB law B y 4 "We want all the GOOD FA At as Favorable a Rate of Interest as can be obtained elsewhere. OfCall on us before you make your Loan.j2 The Abilene Office np-stairs over Citizens Bank. Mch 15, 88,-ly If the Prohibs of Kansas can't do any better work as Democratic annexes tban tbey did in Maine, tbey might as well shut up shop. The selectiouof ilaj. Win. Warner, of Kansas City, as commander-in-chief of the G. A. It. was a fitting recogni tion of one of tho "West's ablest citizens and most loyal ex-soldiers. Congressman Anderson writes that congress will probably remain in session until the middle of October. If he gets two or three weeks he will make a canvass. He is anxious to riddle the Mills bill. The Democrats do not seem to real ize that what the Republicans want is to see Thurman defeated not killed. The dragging of the poor old man around when he is so weak a...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 20 September 1888

- f ABILENE EEFLECIOB PUBLISHED BY BEFIfflOS PUBLISHING COMPANY, CTJBRKNT COMMENT. Cotton factors of Savannah, Go., lave organized a pool to fight the bug ging trust. The Portuguese gunboat Bengo has gone to Tangiers to support Portugal's dflim against the Sultan of Morocco. ' It is reported in Berlin that the Rus sian Government has persuaded Gen eral Boulanger, of France, not to visit St. Petersburg. The deadly threshing machine boiler has been heard from in France, an ex plosion recently near Giron killing eight persons and wounding five. It is positively denied from Catletts "burg, Ky., that the principals in the McCoy-Hatfield vendetta have been acquitted. Their trials have not begun. TnE corner stone of the new Mason ic Temple at Pittsburgh, Pa., on the site of the building destroyed by fire last year, has been laid with impress ive ceremonies. The executive committee of the Western Union Telegraph Company las decided to recommend a dividend of one and one-fourth per cent, for...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 20 September 1888

T f ABILENE REFLECTOR -PUBLISHED Br- EEFLECTOR PCBLISHIN& COMPANY- FARMER SROWN'S STORY. We'd quarreled wife an me about some pesky little thing, Ez mos' folks will rv'en one on um gets oC sonz ranklln' thin?, An' t'other answers sassy with somo snecrin word that's wus3 I tell ye, raister, 't alius takc3 a pair tew mate a fuss An' ez I wuz a-sayin', arter wo ud had the sr-at. We hadn't spolce in tnore'n a week. By Jingo: think o' that. Td got up mornln's jes' the same, an' milked an' done the chores. An' she'd got breakfast w'llcs I wuz a puttcrin' out doors. An' every thin' ud gone right on from morula' until night. But tew each other we wuz dumb. Wc knew It wuz'n't right. Yet nuthcr ud give in an inch. It alius happens so: Wen onct old Satan gits a holt he's boun' tew win the throw! "VV'cn we wuz married, both en us wuz sure that years an' years TJdmakc no diflerenco with us. Wo had no thought o' tears. I tell ye, though, w'en folks is poor, an' hev tew work an' toll, It a'n't...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 20 September 1888

s " 1 1 P DISCOUNTS THEM ALL! AfW an aWnce of more than three lonr weeks in the &fter dray load. It takes a long while to buy such an enormous stock of goods as A.E. BISHOP & CO. carry, and our customers and the trade gen- erally can depend upon buying goods cheap this fall, as A. E. Bishop did not spend three long weeks in the market for naught; but by taking lots of time and figuring careiuiiy we nave purcnaseu au euuiuwuo dwob. ui -v wo, jcc, k.0, uhucij, , a, uo at such extremely low prices as to be able to offer the trade lower prices this fall than ever before. ; oie TQ Twm feEAf TWO-EIiOOB B ABCSAIM STORM of A. II. See the thousands of new things that are arriving. Stacks of Itfew Dress Goods, Broadcloths; fine, wide Plushes Novelty Suitings, all-wool Dress Flannels double width 23c, Silks black and colors, Faille Francais Yelvets, Plushes, and than any two stores in Abilene. Stacks of Ginghams, Shirtings, Calicoes, Cotton Flannels all at very low prices. KID G-LOYES....

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 20 September 1888

entf afte by; goo file Jkfledot; SUPPLEMENT. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20,188S. The Maine gun was loaded and the Democracy has found it out. 'Maine went bright and ariy for Governor Burleigh." - - Maine seems to idea that this is a have a well-fixed Republican year. The Arkansas bull-dozers and ballot box manipulators wore bandanna masks. Nothing like showing your I colors. Free-trade England is plastered all over with trusts and yet to hear a Dem ocrat talk you would thinkita veritable Utopia. One striking point about the Demo cratic National ticket is that both ends are weak one physically weak and the other mentally. Democrats have been cl imoring fir some time for the repeal of the k,war tax," and yet. .protest againsV the removal of the internal revenue which is the only real "war tax" we have. The import duties are reserved tor the protection of large interests, while the internal revenue linger asoneofthe necessities of the civil war. C2 C2 .An Anarchist Bomb Has Struck - - . j u "...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 20 September 1888

rp -HM-iiT-Pls double width 23c, Silks black and colors, Jb'aille Jb'rancais Velvets, I'lusiies, ami so on. iuore uress goousjii luiiuei uuu jjiiuc , ljj 1 mvM 1 5 t three' juiniHulj mAxl J mil "aEFtf&lCAleGtalNE. A EttinHabHtf (Bally at Chap BiMn'Ufcf nigfitAfldreses by Hon. A:b: Mffidfef,JHoii. W.P. Eobin- .a!4iJM sy JjBurton. Special to the REnCEOR..:., Pit a pm an, KasSepklQ The larg est'Reptrblican meeting Chapman has seen.-SP years was held last night in the cffcyr- Numbers were in attendance fromAbilene, Enterprise and other citiesrwirilelthe country around turned out generously to swell the crowd. Tbfijiiawatha bwd which furnished the'musicfottbe 3ion gave some fine selections upoj the street early in 8 o'clock an ad- the evenr jmiriunj) wasf -to the rink which was fin&Ho overflowing by avast audi ence. 255 J. QTBTEssel, president of the Har rison and Morton club, called the meet ing to order radyntroduced as the first speaker Hon. a . Jetmore, of To neka. OO.C Mr.J&...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 20 September 1888

ft 11 fje leftedor NLY! UPRIGHT PIAHO FREE! THTJBSD AY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1888. Official Paper of Connty uS City. CASH GRAND '4. Wheat sowing is going forward rap idly throughout the county. The next attraction at the Bonehrake is "Skipped by the Light of the Moon." . There is a probability that the end of the Santa 2?e freight division will be at Abilene when the C. K. & W. is completed, which will be this month. M. Malony, a former resident of this county but now of Indianapolis, is president of a large Irish-American Kepublican club of that city. He says the men of his nationality are swing ing into line for Republicanism and protection as never before. m Mr. Martin, living in south Abilene, while cutting corn this morning made a slip with the knife and cut a terrible gash in his leg at the knee. The limb was cut nearly half through. The plucky man dragged himself home and is doing fairly well under the doctor's care. i i m i The Herington Tribune of last Thursday came lagging in...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 20 September 1888

--- - SHOUT TARIFF HISTORY. Protection and Frih Trade Contrasted In the Jr;icrleaci- "f Our Country. During1 tbc period preceding the :loptioa of thct constitution we had free trade, and the j-eara from 17S3 to 1789 savr nearly all of tho money of this country pass into the possession of British manufacturers, while our own industries were suspended, our manufacturers ruined, our laborers beggared and our farmers unable to gather enough money to pay taxes. Bankruptcies.- judgments, executions, mortgages, auctions, wore the order of the day. Free trade was more cruel than war. Our imports from Great Britain alone were 30,000,000 in 17S4 85; while our exports were only 9.000, v000:' This drained U3 of tho last dol lar, and the circulating medium was so scarce that business could not be properly transacted. Tho adoption of '.he constitution was immediately ac companied by protection or high tariff legislation, and the result was a revival of industries, while tho people became contente...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 20 September 1888

! i THE GliAND ABMY. riio Great ITation&l Encampment at Columbus. Kcport of t!ie Commander Show a T-ar-c il-mb-rs5ilp JIaJor IViirner, of Kansas City, Elected CointKfuitlrr-In-Chlel OtUcrOincers Itesolutious. Coi CJincs, 0., Scj.t. IS. The ICationil encampment proper began yesterday rnoniin j, the receptions, camp fires and parade of Tuesday being preihn-'iiary to .the actual work of the encarr.-pnicnt: The Grand Army of the Republic, the Vt'oraan's Relief Corp-5? lt"' ladies of ths G. A. It., the array of West Virginia, Sherichsn's divis ion and other division's, brigade and regi- ViillUan. Warner. mental associations met in various parts of the city, but the encampments were strictly secret, none but members being admitted. The report of Commaudcr-in-Cyiief Eea contained the following: v0u March 31, lc'S7, the total membership of our order in good standing was 320,938. On March 31. 1SS8, it was :iVi,21G, making a net gain of comrades in good standing during the year embraced w...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 20 September 1888

tut f V. Have yonr prescriptions compounde, ft John M. Gleissner's Drug Store st side of Broadway, cor. 3d st. 39-1 y f de Mtdot. THUBSDAY, SEPT. 20, 1888. The "waterworks well is at a stand jftlk The city is not suffering for vater, howeTer, at prenent. . i i i m i 5hey had a Democratic-Union La- tor debate at Hope the other night fhatthe Herald says "was as good as t elrotra." . iLL-RBiur At Herington. Sept. 12, r Bev. B. G. Mathena, Wm. P. Bos t. Rnfl Madia P. McOhord. both of Herington. - - - Abilene has a school library of 800 tolomes, and 8620 to invest in new fcnnfca. The walks and walls now be ing built around the school houses will 'ost 92,500. The bodies of Milo Eveleigh and Albert Franks were recovered from the trims of theBockwell block in June fconla3t Friday. They were scarcely recognizable. a A man named Smith is the Union abor candidate for the Senate in this fflstriet. It seems to us that we've Rard that name some place before. -IHopeHerald. J. A. Kummerland, our co...

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