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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 1 September 1887

ABILENE EEFLECTOB PUBLISHED BY ID. BE. IDITTS Sd CO. OLD-FASHIONED KITCHEN. JThe old-fashioned kitchen, -with kettles and pans, And gable-roof reaching above It; "With dailies and lilies and "sparrowgrass' beds All scattered about oh, I love itl .At noon -nrhat a feast, when the pies, nicely baked, From the oven with fragranoe came greeting 1 Tve wandered all over but never have found A place so delicious for eating. TCho ivy that clings to the old kitchen porch! Strings gracefully, quiet and steady, "Where expectant I sit as I -wait for the call Which tells me that "dinner is ready." A sweet little maiden whose elbows are flecked By the traces of dough and of flour; A china bowl brimming with roses as rare As e'er graced a queen amd her dower. The pie-crust so crispy and buscuits so brown, The roast-rib so succulent, tender, The coffee so fragrant, and eggs yellow gold; The waitress, twice over I send her. The strawberry sauce and the green lettuce dish. The radishes, "snappy," all...

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. — 1 September 1887

t -i ) A v - ABILENE EEFLECTOE PUBLISHED DY T.i. EL LITTS & CO. Adventures of Tad ; j OB TOE HAPS ABD MISHAPS OF A LOST SACHEL. A Story for Young and. Old. BY TRASIC n. CONVERSE, Arrnoa of ' Pepper. Adams," -Blows Oct to Sea," "Paul Grafton," Etc. HCopyriqMtd, lf&n, ly J). Lothrop & Co., and Published ly Special Arrangement CHAPTER VIL COKTIKTED. "The men pulled four into the boat. -then,' Paid Polly, in a hushed awe struck voice, "a lady a beautiful lady with a little baby in her arms, was drifting bj. Captain Flajrg reached out for her, but she said 'my babj' iirsl,' and held it right up in both hand?, so he couldn't help catching bold of it. Then a great sea swept the ady away. A piece of the wreck broke a hole in the boat's side," con tinued Polly, steadying her voice with an effort, "and the crew had hard work to get ashore. They man- jiged to somehow, though, and the saved people were sent up Xo Bixport. Captain Flagg took MY BABY rinST. the baby that was me home 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. — 1 September 1887

.v Love is the appropriate name of the President of the Universal Peace Union,now in session at 2sew London, Conn. Charles Francis Adams, once made the remark that a seat in a railway car was a safe place. That saying does not hold good. BosUhi Herald: They call it the ''Cot ters' Saturday night" at Xarragansett Pier because the surplus crowd has to sleep on cots in the hotel parlors. The Republicans in !NTew York have been hilarious over the labor ticket in that state. But they will have time to cool off after the prohibitionists hold their convention. Bev. Dr. Twichell, of Hartford, Conn., has a large family of children. Growing tired of selecting names, he dubbed his tenth child '"Tenny," a name as euphonious as it is significant. Sherman's organ in Ohio is in favor of abolishing taxes on whisky and to bacco, in order to stop the accumulat ing surplus. Free whisky, taxed sugar and clothing. How will this kind of reform suit prohibition Kansas. If a high tariff does not enhance th...

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. — 8 September 1887

s ILENE REFLECTOR -i "- A-BILEISTE, DICKIISrSOnsr OOTJ"TY9 KANSAS, SEPTEMBEE 8, 1887. VOL. 5 2TO. 3- THE AB i r From Wednesday's Dally. Pipes have been ordered for conduct ing the water from Sand Springs to our city. Geo. Dentzer who lives on South Buckeye avenue, has an apple tree in full blossom. This morning's train on the Santa Fe Ba icpII filled with nassenscers. Half of one car is usually reserved for candi dates and every seat in that part of the car is generally comfortably filled, and sometimes crowded. The cut-off of the M. P. from Gyp sum city to Marquette and several other circumstances, will, it is said, be of great injury to Salina. The nnpqiinn now asked, and one that wor ries Salina is, will Gypsum-City be the metropolis of Saline county within the next. five years? Salina's lookout is certainly very gloomy and not in keep ing with the majority of thb county seats of Kansas. i i m t - Jail Delivery. Special to Ticjkclor. Minneapolis, Kas., Aug. 31. Six prisoners brok...

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. — 8 September 1887

rzjui ABILENE REFLECTOK PUBLISHED BY L. H. LITTS & CO. DISILLUSION. MOKKTSO. Come, sweet, the world is wide; so, hand In hand, JLet us fare forth to win oar victories. Ikon shalt be queeti of beauty and of lore, As in the old, bright days of tournament; And I will wear thy colors in my heart, And on my brow the seal invisible Of thy true kiss; so shall before me fall All shapes of evil that Infest the light Chen, when the Jousts are ended, and the games, Thou shalt sit proudly upright In thy place, And while the world is wondering, all agaze, IO I at thy feet my garlands shall be laid; Tor halj my strength Is thine, being come from thee And that sweet faith that armors me anew. evening. ITha days are short'ning wilt forgive me, heart, For the long turmoil I have led thee through And to no e ad? I meant it otherwise, Bat one right ana is weak against the world. Here on thy shoulder let me rest my head. My weary head that aches from life's long din; And in thy comforting let me fo...

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. — 8 September 1887

"1 1 - ABILENE REFLECTOR PUELISHED BY T.. EC. X.ITTS & CO. LITERARY LIFE. "The trail Dime Novelist stretched and yawned. And said: "I have done a good night's work; The rosy-morning has not yet dawned. And Tve finished my tale of The Deacon's Dirk-.' :ne has murdered his aged nncle In bed, And taken a dozen bags of gold, -And a rich man's daughter, and merrily fled To sea to become a pirate bold; In CKapter L he has cut the eara Off seventeen desperate mutineers; Tic has hanged from the yard-arm about a score, .And vivisected a small lot more; "He has rescued eleven Circassian girls, .And killed three traders in India pearls; 21e has caused a number of shocking wrecks, .And painted vermilion a lot of decks; .And four times he has escaped from jail By carving the keepers in pieces fine; Jid the ultimate chapter would turn yon pale, For the deaths must average two per line, And 1 think I have got this thing down fine, .And business is bad if this book can fail." And his wire stole...

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. — 8 September 1887

Ml s Abilene Keflectob. Thursday, September 8, 1887, HENEY LITTS, Editor. Democratic Ticket. Tor County Treasurer, HENHY WAKNER, of Center. V For Sheriff. HENEY HAENISII, of Abilene. Tor County Clerk, ' J. II. HOFFMAN", of Jefferson. -' For Register of Deeds, MRS. GENEVIEVE COWLES, , . of Abilene: For.Commissioner First District, -. H.W. KANDT. . The lawyers' fees in the Sharp trial amdunted to $G0,000. The contest for county seat in Logan county has Besulted in a majority for Bussell Springs. John R. McLean, of the Cincinnati Enquirer, is said to be worth over $3, 000,000. John is a rustler in the news paper business and no mistake. It took three columns of interview to find out that though Robert Lincoln is not anxious for the Presidential nomi nation, yet like Barkis he's willin'. One by one Blaine's pillars of support are knocked from under him. Dennis C: Freely who stumped the Empire state for him in 1884 is now Henry George's candidate for attorney gen eral. Washington Post: K...

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. — 8 September 1887

V M A - ' Have your prescriptions compounded at John M. Gleissner's Drug Store, east side of Broadway, cor. 3d street. 39-ly THE REFLECTOR, -Official Paper of the City.K- L. H. LITTS & CO., Proprietors, Thursday, September 8,1887. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. Announcements. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the office of sheriff of DicMn son countv. subject to the will of the Republican county convention. Jonx S. Wise. At the solicitation of many promi nent Republicans and personal friends, I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the office of Sheriff of Dickin son county, subject to the will of the Republican County Convention Ed. J. Tiiisler. I hereby announce myself a candi date for re-election to the office of Reg ister of Deeds, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. ALICE .&1. JUNKEN. From Saturday's Daily. A colored man appropriated a coat and vest from a farmer's wagon in this city yesterday, and this morning the officers apprehended the...

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. — 8 September 1887

,SSAtt commnnicatidns tor tnis papej mouiq do accompanied by the name of thol -Enthor; not necessarily for publication, but! -as an evidence of gooti faith on the part of the writer. Write onlv on one side of tht Jjaper. Be particularly careful In giving names and dates to have tho letters and fur tares ulaln and distinct Adventures of Tad ; ou thb HAPS AKD JUISHAPS OF A LOST SACflEL A Story for Young and Old. BY FRANK H. CONVERSE, .Auraon. of "Peppzb Adams," 'Blown Oct to Sea." "Pact. GnArxos,' Etc. Copyrighted, 1XS6, by If. Lolhrop Co., PublUlud by Special Arrangemtnt. and CHAPTER VIL COKTKfUED. "I guess you'll do," she finally said, "at least I'm minded to try you, so j-ou can come over and begin work early Monday morning." "Thank you, marm," replied Tad, Vwith a beaming face. 'Til be here early; and though I'm kind of green, Miss Smith," he added, earnestly, "I'll learn just as fast as ever I cun, and work all tho harder to make up." TTelL we'll Bee," was the only re ply. Miss S...

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. — 8 September 1887

I IS MORE LEAN MEAT. facts for tho Consideration of BreeiTen I of All Kinds of .LlTe-StocIr. There is in progress a decided change 3n the public tasto and demand for beef, pork and mutton, with less fat and jnorelean. It is not the Jean caused by w .. poor or scanty feeding, but that kind of i Whether women should do it is to some , ious views. Down at YasnavaPolyand, meat which is produced by breeding ' minds not an open question, although . in the Province of Tula, the most fa the choicest class of animals, in the ' there is on record the case of the mous of Russian authors is still living direction of marbleized meat, finely streaked with alternate fat and lean. The hog which is a mere lump of lard is no longer acceptable to the consumer of fresh pork. This kind of meat, es pecially in the cooler parts of the year, is in immense demand in our town and city markets. Hence such butchers as pride themselves in furnishing their choice customers, with such pork chops or roasts as can ...

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. — 8 September 1887

The late rains have caused pasture lands to put on the green, furnishing plenty of food for cattle. Farmers, hold your cattle if you can, they are worth a dollar per hun dred pounds more than they were a month ago. This is encouraging to fanners who have heen suffering by reason low prices for a long time. Better prices are likely to prevail in the future. Secretary Adams, of the State His torical Society, has just completed the compilation of a statement of the num ber of newspapers published in Kansas. According to it there are seventy-one dallies and seven hundred and seventy one weeklies, nearly all are received by the Society. The President's invitation to visit Atlanta is elegant. It is about the size of a duodecimo book, has four leaves of Georgia gold, bound with clasps of Georgia silver, each one set with a Georgia diamond. The box containing it is inlaid with 68 samples of Georgia wood, which is imbedded in Georgia marble of every shade from black to white. In order to gai...

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. — 15 September 1887

aA LECTOR. N sSr 'v .AJBILECSTE, DIOKIIsrSOISr COUNTY, !K.AJSrS.A.S, SEPTEMBER 15, 1887. "VOL. 5. :sro. 4. '( ) A y r From "Wednesday's dally. Who said summer was over aud gone. and that we were going to have a cool September V Our merchants are receiving their fall and winter stock on every tram that arrives in the city. The Smoky Hill Baptist Association will meet in Junction City, Sept. 2Jth, to October 2nd,with the Baptist church of that city. All are cordially-invited We were misinformed yesterday as to the ownership of the team that ran away. It was not Mr. Morley's team, he is too careful a driver to allow mis haps of that kind to occur. From a letter received yesterday by an Abilene gentleman from Prank Levi, we learn that his mother is gaining in health, his father is running a livery, and that all the Dickinson county peo ple are thriving. ThesmilijiR countenance of George McLellan, Hodge Bros.' bookkeeper, was seen today in the dining room at the Cottage hotel. Geo. has b...

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. — 15 September 1887

" X I- fcjy All eommnnfeatinTiR -mr mm -nun.. Chould be accomDanied bv tho name of the Anthor; not necessarily for publication, but ea nn eviuence 01 gooa iaitn on toe part or the writer. Write onlr on one Bide of the paper. Be particularly careful in giving names and dates to bare the letters and Qg uresDlain and distinct. -SUNKEN GRAVES. This summer eve I grander where the dead Sleep out the centuries which roll o'erhead, -And question who they were that laid thcro down, Uncareful, at this last inn of the town. Till an emotion, unexpressed as yet. Swells in my bosom like a vast regret. There was a day when all this church-yard i .street Throbbed at tho passing of the mourner's feet; Tbexewas a time whan CTery ended year "Brought unforgetful ones to drop a tear. What now is left, save that the grasses grow A little ranker since they dewed them so? There is th sky ; and just as faint and far Sxiias througa the twilight deeps the evening star. And there the mountain juts into the nig...

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. — 15 September 1887

T 4 r y THRIFTY VICTORIA. lTiat It Costs Great ltrttaln to atalntaln the Qaeea and Her Ifamlljr. I made an inquiry as to the cost of 'ostaining the royal family, and the agures in this connection will be inter sting, particularly as the subject will oon become a political issue, with more acrimony than ever before. It costs England nearly $G.O00,OOD a fear to sustain the palaces reserved for , Ductn's Guards cost S2.30O.033. and the royal yachts $1,500,000. a total an nual expenditure of $1G.0'J0,00D or so for the protection and ple.isure of the roj'al familv. In addition to this the Queen is allowed 350,050. or S2.SC0.- .rr r-.. 1 . .!... JUU, iur lirr aiimi:u uau:;ii; ;il n-.iriA this was the amount in 1833. She lias a Prirj pt:ro of 00.003, which is for her pin money; last year he disbursed nearly 70.003 a --royal aliH?.' but was reimbursed from the public treasury by Drderof l'.trliamcnt and gr.mted over plOO.000 in annual positions for services performed, which was also charged...

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. — 15 September 1887

,1 Abilene Keflectob. Thursday, September 15, 1887. HENEY LITTS, Editor, Mrs. Gen. Grant is expected in Leaven vor in Dext month to visit her sister, the wife of Major Alexander Sharp, paymaster, TJ. S. A. Mrs. Grant is also the aunt of Mrs. Capt. L. E. Campbell of Port Leavenworth. St. John says that next year the pro hibition vote will be a million. Henry George says the labor vote will be a million. The American party says it will have a million votes. If a few more parties put on these million airs we wish to know where the Democratic and Republican vote is coming from. "Social and political institutions are a growth and development to meet the requirements of some antecedent and pre-existing aspiration of the human soul. When every woman wants the ballot and society needs her enfranchise ment, then the sixteenth amendment will be adopted. Till the they labor in vain that build it. There is no leg islation' that can annul the ordinances of nature, or abrogate the statute of the ...

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. — 15 September 1887

L. H. FAULKNER & CO. OOD sir W1W bif X Our two large stores are now filled with new goods for the fall trade Our trade this summer has been much larger than we expected, we never before sold our stock so low, therefore this fall we have bought much heavier than usual. O In Our We Have $ 1TEW AND 5,000 Worth of TTLISH SUIT in .j D a X Just Eeceived for the Fall and Winter Trade, HlKMOT FROM TJHI MlNUMeOTBIBS No body Who needs clothing CAN AFFOED TO PASS US THIS FALL, For Our Stock Equals any two in the city. And as jor Coieffion, ffe Do lot Eecopize Adj. Everybody concedes that we are Headquarters for Clothing in Dickinson county, and this fall we propose to create a new era in the Clothing Business, and sell suits to correspond with our corn crop. Every man and boy who needs clothing this fall should see our Immense Stock, and judge for themselves what we are doing. In Our Boot & Shoe Room AU we -wish to, say to our large and increasing trade, is that Our New Goods are now A...

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. — 15 September 1887

.f ABILENE REFLECTOB ifc, EDBLISHED BY X...EL LITTS & CO. BE TRUE. O, rear so costly marbled stono Above my lowly lying bead When I am dead, J3ut let me rest In peace alone "With -wild flowers o'er my up-turned face. To mark the place. O, do not come to mourn for me, Nor shed one sad, regretful tear I can not hear The words you speak I can not see You bead o'er my low-lying head. When X am dead. But while I live remember this: Be true as God's great shining stars; My prison bars Tou may not break, my lips to kiss When, by and by, the grasses ware Upon my grave. Itabel IIoUMdtt, in Current. IN A TEAR An Adventure "vlth Three Indians and Two Bears. I had been camped for a month in the Wind River Mountains, Wyoming, near the headwaters of Green River, before I got an Indian alarm. I had come up from Fort Bridgerwith a pack mule and plenty of traps and pro Tisions, and by traveling mostly at night and taking every pains to hide my trail I had escaped the attention of the redskins. H...

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. — 15 September 1887

a .' t V ABILENE PtEFLECTOfl PUBLISHED BY X,. S. XJTTS & CO. Adventures of Tad ; on THE JAPS AUD MISHAPS OF A LOST SACHEL. A Story far Young' and Old, BY FRANTC H. CONVERSE, Ainrncit or " Peppeu Adams," "Blows Out vo Sea," "Paul GnArros." Era lOopyrigMel, 1V, by D. Lotljrop & Co., and FuUiihcd by Special Arrangement. CHAPTER IX. COrmNUED. T:ul knew nothing about playing a troul, ami if lie had it would have made no difference, owing to his primitive Wishing tackle. He pulled vigorously; o did the trout, and "snap!" went the -nd of the alder pole, leaving Tad in a mad frenzy of excitement, -with three fourths of the rod in his hands, danc ing madly on the rocks Joe '.vas equal to the situation. Dropping his own pole, he made a dive i)T the broken fragment, which was Hoating in sight. Gathering the slack Jine carefully in his hands, a vigorous "tug landed high :nl dry the largest trout ever caught ia Mill brook. "There!" Joe exclaimed, as Tad re garded hi-5 prize in an amazeme...

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. — 15 September 1887

sW na :It i3 said that Pred Grant is a can didate for the Republican nomination for secretary of state of Xew York. Government ActuaryElliott estimates the population of the United States Juue 30, at 59,893,0001,473,000 more than June 30, 1886. Henrf George and Dr, McGlynn keep up .heir anti-poverty meetings in New York. Report says the meetings are -well attended and much enthusiasm expressed. The Lawrence Gazette says: "We never see the Topeka Democrat, but from references to it in our exchanges of late, we should judge that it needs a good dose of vermifuge." Secretary Lamar and Commissioner Sparks are kept very busy undoing the enormous land frauds, that grew up under former administrations, and they are doing the work well. The Prohibition Republicans, as Father Griffin insists on calling the op position, will insist in putting an anti saloon plank in the Republican plat form. This is chaff in the traps to catch birds. We think the city council has done a good thing in calling ...

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. — 22 September 1887

2 , A . v ;b. )fj V . i i fyt-. V ABILENE REFL -i h( . ,vrw ZXZi irT&cLs aBBLeliE,' :fSBSFiAk. ECTOR. H y x "VOL. 5 ABILENE, DIOKINSOISr OOTJ2STTY, KANSAS. SEPTEMBER 22, 1SS7. 2STO. 5 or the Benefit of the Buyers of Clothin Owing to the shortage of crops and the consequent stringency of money, we are determined to give you the lowest prices on Clothing ever known in ail the history of the trade in this section. Not only in part of our stock have we decided on this plan, but all through our entire mammoth stock we will positively make the LOWEST EBB PRICES EVER KNOWN TO THE TRADE. , . tss, wwm tip m w S3i JL, JSS j, JL! te ZAHNE $2 TO $10 SAVED. Below we quote only a few of the many Sterling Values which may be found in our Immense Stock of Clothing, occupying the second lloor of our hoiioc. The prices quoted here are positively the iigures you will get at our house this fall. We invite you to bring this right with you. We will take pleasure in showing you every single item quote...

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