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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 6 October 1887

c - i 2&i -. ",5 T-3t " ,-: --'-r .atj -s-- -- --0 y?T, "- JV. L yf,' Abilene Eeflector. Thursday, October 6, 1887. HENBY LITTS, Editor, Democratic Ticket, Tor County Treasurer, HENRY WAEXER, of Center. For Sheriff. IIEXRY HARXISH, Cof Abilene. For County Clerk, J. II. HOFFMAN", of Jefferson. For Register of Deeds, MRS. GEXEVIEVE COWLES, of Abilene. For Commissioner First District, III. W. KAXDT. XSm An Eastern paper dubs our Ameri can citizens traveling in Europe,"globe trotters." One of the monuments that Franklin erected to his memory, was the speech made advocating the adoption of the Constitution that was necessary to se cure a more perfect Union. When he announced that although it doubtless had many imperfections, lie would support it, he set an example in state men broad-mindeduess, for want of which the new Constitution would probably have perished. There are eleven papers published in Dickinson county; two advocate a re duction of National taxation. On this question tha...

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. — 6 October 1887

'A ' Tsr a- -.-v , ' .f- , v - . -y v "- " ',- -t - j I ' t. -rf 'V - 1' BUI V - V - - - "t r ' rv p' v '- r i 1 J V I - . 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.fc- L. H, LTTTS & CO., Proprietors. Thursday, October, 6, 1887. LOCAL AND OTHEBWISE. From Monday's dally. Silk and sorghum are the latest Kan sas booms. Another fine residence on Buckeye This time it is Mr. Harger's. The Grand Lodge of Kansas I. O. O. F. will meet next week at Wichita. Mr. and Mrs. Bearce have moved in the new Third street residence they pur chased of Dr. Herbst There will be a special car on the train next Thursday for the ladies of Abilene and Junction City who are go ing to Manhattan.- J. C. Union. Invitations are out for a "five o'clock tea," given by Mrs. J. White and Mrs. E. F. Parent, at the residence of Mrs. Parent, Thursday evening, October 6th, 1887. Mr. Dan'l Callahan, of Omah...

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. — 6 October 1887

.v v - -- i,' - . -" --'.1- -. 'jvV-V "yvcv I. i. r. i1.-- H' t 15 "-"J r1" -; -V' V -r k .II1'- ! 1 T V -" in 11 F li f I ABILENE EEFLECTOB!S?p PUBLISHED BY li. EL". ICITTS & CO. LITTLE BY LITTLE. iKot ia a roaring river pouring Falls the summer rain, "But with a sprinkle, patter, tinkle. On rooi and hill, and plain. Drop by drop how the green Ieares growl Drop by drop how the fair buds bow. The snows that cover the bare earth over To wrap her winter sleep. By hither, thither, feather by feather. Until they lie knee-deep. Flake by flake guards the bulb from harm! Flake by flake is the wheat kept warm. The orchard gladdens the eye and redden.'i With apples all its trees; But not in a minute was drawn within it The sweets 0" sun and breeze: The black seed first, then the tender shoot, The trunk, the blossom, and now the fruit. Clever were seven-league-boots given Except in the fairy tale, 2Cor can wishing hurry the speed, or carry One over peak and dale. Step by step, in shine an...

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 October 1887

-jv J.'JTy.'-' ' T- ' r" - - e- ? &?- T"-1' - JE -- ff PX ABILEJ! E EEFLECIOK' PUBLISHED BY H. LITTS & CO. Adventures of Tad ; Oil THE SAPS AHD MISHAPS OF A LOST SACHEL. A Story for Young and Old. BY FRANK E. CONVERSE. .Acrnon or "Pepper Adams," "Bot:; Oct to Sin," "Paul Gkaitox,' Era CepyrigkiHh 1-&1, by D. IMhrop Co 1'tiUUUid by Srecial Arrangement and CHAPTER xnx Co::ti;.tte:. " I don't wish to increase the general unpleasantness,"' he observed, poking his head through the door with a ghast ly smile, "but I'm compelled to re-j mark that the tn:ef has also taken 'Not my Roman gold bracelets, John der,'' interrupted his wife, clasping her hands in a tragic manner " don't say that!" "I grieve to Ik; obliged to say so, my love." said Mr. Mason, with affected pleasantry, " " and also to add that not only have your watch and chain been stolen silently away, but the biggest trunk seems to have been despoiled of a dress or two, as well as the fur-lined -circular, which 3-011 ...

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 October 1887

-V 'i- !".Vi 'i""i - , -i'flt ... . 1. -T" .""' . - j.- .- '. Illtl tt ' V,- i V -V ' i -:- r- . . - ,. JW "' ".. L ! s - ' " , - "" ' v-- '-.V -l J ' v--- VjtV; - j RSmariii 9!" i An Important Announcem Samuel Proctor, a well kuovra Wash ington caterer, is dead. lie cooked President Lincoln's meals in 1SG1, and for eight yeary run the Senate restau rant. fi i . Sup't. Robert Barry, of the Pullman Palace Car Company, has compled arrangements for the make-up of the train which will convey President Cleveland on his western trip. CHANGE I INT WW Mr. IP. L. Parker, having purchased the entire stock of Dry Goods, and Millinery owned by W. H. Smith & Co., will close out the entire stock, amounting- to $81,000, at once, regardless of any former prices, and the greatest values ever known m Abi lene, will be offered to the public. Judge French, of Port Scott, has rendered a decision sustaining the school board in refusing to admit col ored children to schools reserved for whites. It is ...

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 October 1887

.cl C rz- f V KWB TH Tr ABILENE REFLECTOR. 9B'H'13.'2A MAM A A A A AEB i fclfL 7 VOL. 5. Announcement H Ready-Made We have now on our counters all the latest novelties, which are first class in every respect. We only carry such goods as will give our customers value received. We are fully prepared to carry out our part of this undertaking, and all you need to do to prove that we mean business is to drop in any day and let us convince you with goods and figures that this statement is backed by solid facts. In order to accomplish our aim and make it interesting to buyers with limited means, we haye cut prices within their reach. 0VRC0ATS!0VERC0ATS! We have on our counters all new, and the best quality that can be bought $10,000.00 worth of overcoats, which are going to be sold at"a big reduction. As our stock is too large, they must go at fig ures that will make them go. Don't for get, if you want a good overcoat, and want to save money, come in and see them; they are now ready for in...

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 October 1887

ABILENE BEFLBCTOB PUBLISHED BY Xj. KL ILITTS & CO. DO IT WITH ALL YOUR MIGHT. "Whatsoever thy hand flndeth to do, do it with thy might." Never put off till to-morrow The thing you can do to-day. Never let pleasure borrow An hour that pain must pay. Though a storm on your path seems brewing And clouds may obscure the light, Whatever you deem worth doing Is worth doing with all your might. Would you win Dame Fortune's favors? Then woo her with heart and soul. Though the cup she offers savors At times of the gall-touched bowl. Press on whea the plow you're driving. Look not to the left or right, Though hard be your task, keep striving And do it with all your might. If ever you turn from the labor Appointed for you to do, Let it be to assist a neighbor Less stalwart and strong than you. Stand not as & cold beholder Of woes that may meet your sight; Helieve them, and work on bolder, And do it with all your might. Ah. this is life's lesson, and learning It's wisdom and truth you w...

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 October 1887

-f h. w ABILENE EEFLECTOK PUBLISHED BY X.. H. LITTS & CO. Adventures of Tad ; OR HE IAPS AKD MISHAPS OF A LOST SACHEL. A Story for Young' and Old. BY FRANK H. COXYERSE, .Author or " Pepper Adams," "Blowx Out to Sea," "Paul Grafton," Etc. Copyrighted, lf?&, by 1). Lolhrop & Co., VullUhtd by Special Arrangement. and CHAPTER XV. CONTINUED. "Well, by gracious! this beats all the Tides ever I took!" said Joe, as ten minutes later, with Tad at his side, he drove slowly toward Bixport, while the detective followed close behind, with Jiis captive. "Me, too!" returned Tad, who was holding the recovered sachel very lightly. "Won't folk's eyes stick out, though, when they come to hear all about it. to-morrow!"' and Tad replied that he rather guessed so, and then, opening "his heart, he told his companion the -whole story, from beginning to end, at 'which recital, as the stories say, Joe's astonishment can better be imagined than described. Leaving Joe explaining to the won dering c...

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 October 1887

xu Abilene Eeelector. Thursday, October 13, 1887, HENET LITTS, Editor. Democratic Ticket. "or County Treasurer,' IIEXRY WABNER, !of Center.D DFor Sheriff. HEXRY HABXISII, g of Abilene. Por County Clerk, , J. H. HOFFMAy, of Jefferson. For Register of Deeds, GEXEVIEVE A. COWLES, of Abilene. For Commissioner First District. !II. Ar. KAXDT. Germany has 45,000,000 inhabitants and twenty-one universities. The Uni ted States has a triile over 50,000,000 people and 123 colleges and universi ties, so-called. Celervville is one of the familiar names of Kalamazoo, Mich., where there are over 2,000 acres of celery un der cultivation, with a stated aveiage profit of $400 an acre. The Pope's Jubilee gift to Queen Victoria was a graceful one. It was a copy in Mosaic of the figure of poetry by Raphael in the Vatican. That statement will suggest that it is a gift of some value. The Xew York Sun has made another wonderful discovery. It has found that Mr. Cleveland, in his recital of facts connected w...

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 October 1887

GRAND .- ... vUi -JLJb JLiJLl 3 FREE! r j U IlLINi SR -i i Recognizing the fact that, notwithstanding the failure in crops and the general "hard up" state of everybody, propose to give some one of their many customers a 17 I1 rine KE HiiJ3.ffiktPi3.no Month I Every customer who buys S5.00 wort . ..... . .J onoe xejjarLiiifcjiiL win receive, xiee, a llckc our Clothing and Boot and Shoe rooms Are Pilec and we propose to double our trade this fall which are way below any competition in the way down cheap and get a Ticket in the Ui The Piano will be on exh: which will be in a few days Have your prescriptions compounded j at Jonn M. Gleissner's Drug Store, east side of Broadway, it. 3d street. S9-ly ' THE REFLECTOR, -Official Paper of the City. V L. H. LITTS & CO., Proprietors. Thursday, October, 13, 1887. LOCAL AtfD OTHERWISE. From Friday's Dally. The big eastern excursion to this place will be about the 13th. Mrs. C. It. Woods has moved into the city and will make this her future h...

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 October 1887

GRAND PIANO, FREE! ,-T - r .rfvJ ER CO. JLJh .EjLi Jb X3l LJ 3 '" UPRIGHT m - SSHIHHHHiR -i p W k- Recognizing the fact that, notwithstanding the failure in crops and the general "hard up" state of everybody, propose to give some one of their many customers a w :- ' Every customer who buys $5.00 worth of goods in our Clothing Department and every customer who buys 3.00 worth of goods in our Boot and Shoe Department will receive, free, a ticket in the Grand Piano, which will be drawn New Years Eve, and somebody is going to get it for nothing. Both our Clothing and Boot and Shoe rooms V g Are Piled Full oi r ew woods. Just Received, and we propose to double our trade this fall and winter; and in order to move 850,000 worth of new goods rapidly we have marked everything at prices which are way below any competition in the county. Every man, woman and child should buy their Cloching and Boots and Shoes of us; get the goods way down cheap and get a Ticket in the Upeight Piano, Free. The ...

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 October 1887

S7AU communications tot snis pape Enoukl bo accompcoied by the name of the author; not necessarily for publication, bui es an evidenc3 of good faith on the part of tho writer. Write only on one s'.Zc of the paper. Be "particularly caroful in givinp names and dares to have the letters and fly ttreajjluin and distinct. REGRET. .1 can sec the shadows falling From the far on lofty height. 3 can bear sweet voices calling Through the solitude of m;hi; 1 can hear a ''never: never:' Ring over the years of Time, .And I know I have lost forever The joys of a hope sublime. The days flow on like a river. And our joys, like flakes of snow. Sink down and are lost forever In the wild, tumultuous flow; Childhood begins Life's story. The Man n-ads onlyits cares, JVnd'Aec, bowed low and hoary. Completes it with sorrow and tears. O voices sweet and olden, O bands that I clasped of yore. Come back in the twilight golden. Let me feel your spell as of yore I O voices of life, that are sleeping Where sile...

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 October 1887

V - r 7 THE STARS AND STRIPES. The House in TVhich tho First American Ensign Wa Marie. On Arch street, below Third, standi a little old building; two stories and a half high, bearing a sign winch informs the iiasser-bv that within the house was made the first American flag and that in these days he can buy beer or liquor ( there. Early in 1777 a committee appointed "by the Continental Congress to select a design for a National flag went with General Washington to the little shop of Mrs. EHzabi'th Ross, at 239 Arch street, to have their ideas embodied in "bunting. Mrs. Ross was a milliner whoe principal business was -among the Quaker ladies, and in the projecting window were hung the correct forms of the brown and drab bonnets about whose make up the women of the Friends1 society were and are as par ticular :is the lady who no-v stops one's view at the theater General "Wash ington sketched on a scrap of paper the design agreed up-m. There were thir teen stripes of alternate white and...

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. — 13 October 1887

An Important Announcement! ENTERPRISE. t THE ENTERPRISING CITY OF MILLS, HER PRESENT AND BRIGHT FUTURE. lit nra amnros iws The P iFLECTOR has endeavored to write t. a fair description of the many crnnd -...vns in this countv. and this week a representative of this paper. having business to transact at Enter TirisA took a stroll over the city and jotted down a few of the many advan tages that Enterprise possesses. Tn "November. 1871. nearly sixteen years ago, the writer of this article first saw Enterprise. iL smaii gnai. mm, owned and operated Mr. C. Hoffman ; one store, owned by Senn &Ehream ; a blacksmith shop, two residences, and lots of vacant prairie unbroken by the settler's dIow. a bit: mill dam and one small water wheel, with oceans of water going to waste, were tne only oDjecis that greeted the eye, and the informa tion piven the ear by would-be wise man. was ''Enterprise has reached her limit, it is too near the county seat," Ptr hut Enterprise of today has proTen the ...

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 October 1887

V a i.xxota .... 'mi TCW.WTFl v i V IJUIXJ J ra 1 B m W C SB! Vy Ji-fi iSgBEBB"-TTvT '" ' "T-TyVT "L-t jjfc g . i"7 vf VOL. 5. Of Our immense 1 j New experience of Id years m this business places us in a position to know the value or goods, and having purchased them at lowest nnces, it is our aim and C DieCL 10 taKe oiyjljLi.li jl-qaatjljlo :vjv vo.. s we sen lur are the lowest, tor the same quality or goods. Uur increasing trade is evidence tnat tne people Deiieve we judges in all cases, and not the storekeepers. Come and see the evidence in our store and give your verdict. ' - ..- Ladies' English Walking Jackets. 2.75, 0.50, 5.5, 5.73, 0.25, 0.50, 7 25, 7.50, 8.50, 10.00. Ladies' Wraps. 10.50, 12.50, 13.50, 15.00, 18.00, 20.50, 23.00, 25.00. Dress Goods. In endless colors and designs, 59, G5, 75, 85, 05 cents, 1.25. Dress Flannels. A real good, all wool Dress Flannel in the new colors of the season, 39c. Double width also, 49, 59, 75. Cashmeres. Black and fancy colors, 15, 18, 20,...

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 October 1887

ABILENE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED BY li. EC. LITTS & CO. . A CHILD'S IDEA OF DEATH. As a lily bud, broke from its stem, Trill decay, So white, wan and drooping a dying boy lay, "With a far-away, questioning look in his eyes, As though he'd unreil the mysterious skies. "For a moment he lay in that stillness that brings Tie warning approach of the rustling of wings; Then, suddenly, rousing with short, gasping breath. He said to his mother: "Mamma, what is deathr She stifled the sob and the sharp, cruel pain The question evoked; but how to explain, "When death stood beside her just waiting to grasp "With pitiless fingers her child from her clasp! Bat noting his anxiously listening stare. She smothered her agony, hid her despair; And, thinking to shield Mm from death's rude alarms, She tenderly clasped him as safe, In her arms. And asked him:. "My darling, what think you is death" Awaiting his answer with bated breath: It came very slowly, his eyes growing dim Ah, surely the angels were w...

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 October 1887

: P fcL ABILEKE EEFLECTOB PUBLISHED BY L. BE. LITTS & CO. OUR BENEDICTION. "God Mess yon, dear!" VTe said it when she C322C To dwell with us, a Htt!e fragile thins; And day by day vc watched her, 'caring lest The new imprisoned spirit might take vrin'j. "God bless you, dear!" Wc said it when sha slept. Ana when she woke, or smiled, or wailed, or sighed; And when wc planned her future, then wo prayed Ko real good or gain might be denied. -'God bless you, dear!" "V7e said it when she walked. And when she knelt to say her simple prayer, .And when we laid her in her bed at night, And when we called her m the morning fair. "'God bless you, dear!" We said it when she went, Happy and proud, in school to take her place; And when she ran to join her comrades' play. And when wc kissed her dimpled, flower-like face. "God bless you, dear!" Wc said it when she fetOO'J, "With school-days all behind, in girlish grace, "To read the valedictory, and take Among the graduates an honored place. 'Go...

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 October 1887

Abilene Eeelector. Thursday, October 2q, 1387, HENBY LITTS, Editor. Democratic Ticket. Serious Accident. Vov County Treasurer, IEEXRY WARNER, of Center. For Sheriff, HENRY HARNISH, . of Abilene. For County Clerk, J. n. nOFFMAX, of JefEe'son. ForEegister of Deeds, GENEVIEVE A. COWLES, of Abilene. For Commissioner First District. H. W. KAXDT. Gertie, the seven year oM dauchter of Geo. Huffman, of this city, fell from the pony she is accustomed to ride, and broke her arm 'in two place3. Miss Gertie, who was not accustomed to saddling her pony, undertook the feat yesterday, no one being convenient to do it for her. and very innocently neg lected to fasten the saddle straps and as a consequence fell off. Dr. C H. Oakwood is the attending physician who reports the little suffeier doing well. I A DETSEMIMTION TO SELL INDUCES US TO MAKE TUIS Special Offer to Cash Buyers! We propose to Rive eacli person purcba-injr 515.000 worth or cood. for cash a ticket good for $t.C0 In trade, in order to...

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 October 1887

Abilene Eeelector Supplement. f rci i X Sib Mm oi I . e J t . IJUJf .rted valj) vhof resj relj$ iasS Dbal ;ttli toE eft a meauu- A AND COMFA im ,3 iss Suns. Heavy and IVedium Weights, all colors, at $4.50, $6.00, $7, $8, $9, $10, $11, $12, $13, $14, $15, $16, $17, $18, $20, $22, $24, $25, and $30. Boys9 Overcoats, of the latest styles, at $4, $5, $6, $7, and &b. Men's Suits in all Styles, Gradesand Qualities, at $6, $7, $8, $9, $10, $12, $14, $16, 18, 20, and up to $25. ISnmrn mSSICV Bt &?Ufl? UiUUU v&mt?j $6, S7, $8, $8.50, $9, $ 1 G,$ 1 I , $f 2, $5 3, S 14 and $15. All Shades and Patterns. Long and Short Cut Coats. Narrow and Wide Cut Pants. Children's Pants Syi!s5 Ages 4 to 12, in all styles, colors, patterns and makes, $2.50, $3, $3 50. $4, $4.50, $5, $5.50, $6, $6.50, $?, k8, $9, $9.50 aod $10. iVERGI 5 Of the Latest Styles, $3, $3.50, $, $5, $6, $7, $8 and $10. a s s rt . SVS' 5GilOQ! dliEIS, at $4.50, $5, $6, $7 fnd S7.sa n ses ,. 9. Prom $1.25 up to $8. its' Fii...

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 October 1887

NM PIANO. FREE! . LTT KNER & CO. 5 SJ A IablA S JL PAUii K ; I?? .?V Kecognizing the fact that, notwithstanding the failure in crops and the general "hard up" state of everybody, they have had a larger trade this season than ever Tbefore, propose to give some one of their many customers a Fine, - Grand - Upright Piano, Worth - $400, - Free! Every customer who buys 85.00 worth of goods in our Clothing Department and every customer who buys S3.00 worth of goods in our Boot and Shoe Department will receive, free, a ticket in the Grand Piano, which will be drawn New Years Eve, and somebody is going to get it for nothing. Both our Clothing and Boot and Shoe rooms Are riled Full of New Groods, Just Received, and we propose to double our trade this fall and winter; and in order to move 50,000 worth of new goods rapidly we have marked everything at prices which are way below any competition in the county. Every man, woman and child should buy their Clothing and Boots and Shoes of us; ge...

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