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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 20 October 1887

t37Aii ccn-mocloatlons for iis pspe Ehocld be ncjooipanied by the name of t! euthcr; uot accvssanJyJtor publican 3D. un osxii'exldeccc of good f-ath on me -art o" tho writer. Writs onlv on one sMo oi tn paper. Bo .4rticularly ctroi-jl la pi-la name; rrr t-.-s to have tho Jotters wl C' tiro- rfir-i" VHAT SHE WANTED. sb2 didn't want a corner lot -way out in Kansas City; She didn't want a Turkish nig, she didn't think them pretty. She hadn't any use -or oils, for chromos or Tor waters: She stuck her nose up at the dresses worn by Jones' daughters. She just detested diamonds, and thought jew elry vulvar: She had no love for ornaments, Roumanian or E-ulgar. She wouldn't drive in cench and four, althonh . . she might hava had 'ca, Dut trudged along the street, as did bar great forefather. Adam. She didn't like to travel on tho trains, they went' loo rap d; And a journey 'cross the ocean main she never yet had mapped. She didn't like the drama, and she thought the ballet 5:orrid; She didn'...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 20 October 1887

y i-i -i k Ek rJ Y V ART IN THE HOME. Why None But rictnres of Iteal Merit Slionld lie Glveu Hocse-Koom. Most men get their chief education in the school of life and not in academic halls, and even those to whom fortune opens the doors of the university bc dom take home with them the knowl edge of any other art than the art poetic The arts of drawing and music, it is true, hare at last hegun to receive some attention in our public schools, and this is well. Instruction in the art'design is also easily obtain able in most of our large cities. The fact, nevertheless, remains essentially as seated that what most people know about art they have learned without instruction, simply y using their own eyes. Skill in art t!n-y have none; knowledge of the principles of art, lit tle or none; appreciation of art, more or less, according to the degroe in which they have been favored by cir cumstances. It follows that the home must neces sarily be the chief nursery of art for all but a favored fe...

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. — 20 October 1887

-s r San Francisco wants both of the political conventions next year. Eastward the National encampment of the G. A.B. seems to be taking its way. i The meeting in 1888 will be held at Columbus, Ohio. On the 4th of November the Metro politan police law of Kansas will be argued l-f re the Supreme Court as to its Const.. utionality. The Hope Herald speaking of an article in the Abilene Chronicle, says, "This is an especially good time to be on the alert for Democratic tricks." Strange place to look for "Democratic tricks." Ths Secretary of the Interior has decided that a young woman who takes up land and falls in love with a young man who has taken up an adjoining claim can marry him without forfeiting her claim. The rainfall during September, ac cording to records kept at the Agricul tural colleee. was 6.80 inches, the great est amount that has fallen at this place in, any month during all the years the record has been kept. Manhattan Mer cury. President Cleveland cast his lines in La...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 27 October 1887

'' r the mim V VOL. 5. AJBILEaSTE, DIOKIIISrSOlSr COUNTY, KANSAS. OCTOBER 27, 1887a 3STO. lO M m) I J J. I A & ' m J H li li BBMBBB.SaCiJpjBBL5t7s"F "I 7 From TiursdaT's Dal y. A large number of eastern men were in the city yesterday looking for ranch locations. Nothing is impossible with Abilene soil. John Bennett has a large olean der in his front window with large and well developed lemons growing on its branches. Frank J. Baker, civil engineer, has just completed platting Brady's second addition to Abilene. The plat will be recorded soon and the lots placed upon the market. Hext. Ira Bratner, of Newbern, left a sack of sweet potatoes and peanuts at the Befjectob office this afternoon., that would paralyze anyone who disputes Kansas being a great country. Keller & Tisdale have spoken for one of the peanut shells for stabling purposes for their big hoss. Amputated. Drs. Oakwood and Steelsmith, assist ed by Dr. W. Patrick Gulick, performed a pirogoff amputation on the left ...

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. — 27 October 1887

ABILENE KEFLECTOB PUBLISHED BY L. EC. LITTS & CO. INDIRECTION. Gay is the laugh of a girl. But the girl who is laughing is gayer; Grand is the musical strain. But grander the soul of the player. "What is the tone of a harp But the breathing forth of the spirit "Which the harper has in himself. To the spirits around him that hear itt "What is the painting so fine But the thought of the artist that rushes Over the canvas in oil Off the deft points of his brushes f Just as the pastry so fine Speaks of the skin of the baker, So each Invention of man Points to the mind of its maker. If there is brain in a man All his expressions will show it. Beading the lines from his pen, Judge of the power of a poet. Sweet is the form of the fuchsia, " Sweeter the breath of the roses, Bnt sweeter than all is the secret That in their growing reposes. Thre is no beauty in heaven. Or in the wide world about us, Senses of beauty within Cause all the beauty without us. Great are the wonders around us, ...

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. — 27 October 1887

' u t H. V b ABILENE REFLECTOB PUBLISHED BY T... EL LITTS & CO. THE REASON VHY. Jill day long In the hay Held Young Donald works with a rill: The red sun sets, and the stars come out. And Had him working still Busily round the cottage. And he whistles a merry tunc; JHe has worked that way and whistled so gay Ever aince a night last June. Down in the old red farm-house Over bevond the brook, The farmer's daughter. Bessie, Sits with a happy look. A.nd she's sewing, sewing, sewing, Ands-he's singtnz a merry tune: -She has sewed that way, and sung so gay. Ever since a night last June. Donald is training rosc-vinc3 Over the cottage door: Aud the old house wears a brighter look Than ever it wore before. And Bessie's snow-white sewing Will sure be fin shed soon. Jt's a wedding-dress, it is safe to guess; I've guessed it since last June. A.nd that is the reason why Donald Is working early and late; .And that is the reason why Bessie Is growing so sedate. 'That is why her song in the mor...

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. — 27 October 1887

' "F '"?' " Abilene Eeflectoe. Thursday, October 27, 1887, HENRY LITTS, Editor. Democratic Ticket. Tor County Treasurer, HENKY WARXER. of Center. For Sheriff. HENRY IIAENISH, of Abilene. Por County Clerk. J. H. HOFFMAN". of Jefferson. For Register of Deeds, GENEVIEVE A. COWLES, of Abilene. For Commissioner First District. II. W. KANDT. Evening papers have become so pop ular that four of the New York dailies have evening editions now. Talmage says there are no pianos in Heaven, at which an exchange remarks "What's the use then of a piano try ing to be square or upright V" Will Eussel Lever, the oldest gradu ate of Harvard college, and the oldest male resident of Plymouth, Mass., died Sunday, aged 96. He graduated in 1808. A reporter is a "priviledged person," the same as a doctor, lawyer or minis ter, according to a San Francisco de cision, and cannct tell the sources of his information in certain cases. S. S. Cox has nearly finished his new house in Washington, which he is building ...

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. — 27 October 1887

MMMtiMttateMi GRAND UPRIGHT PIAN FREE! ' L. H. PAUJliKNER & CO j $400 N w is. Recognizing the fact that, notwithstanding the failure in crops and the general "hard m" state &$$?&&&gZt a larger " tMs season than ever before I00Se t0 & SS Pine, Grand Upright Piano, Free ! Every customer who buys S5.00 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 Are '5 Just ReceiyecL 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; 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 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 27 October 1887

.-STA-iv iT-on v. h" takes the paper refe. njar!vtroin:jc-j.ost-ouice, wnenicrmrvu 1W jst for the sake ofa binJ! iou tou.sndr.tcorwhetherheis a subscriber 01 J unr.lsrcfeiiocsiMfcJ'orthc par. can catch another, and, u you don t, it The courts bavo decided that refusing tc lvonfc he m"cli of a, loS." take newspapers from the post-office, or re- out. im. ra -ca ci a iu-s. mm-intr ?.:! tfiavinT them uncalled for, li "But I promise:! mother I would n t briinu ff cp ,. xsi-zc ot istestiosai. Fiu.ca PRACTICAL COURTSHIP. You say yon love me. ilsy-be so 1 would not doabt your word; But others before now, you kno-r. Hat e such sweet love vovro hoard "Who are not loved, now, as wives would 15c loved by those they wed. You r.y j-ou love mc. Very good Uut wzll you like iny bread? Vou say you love mc. You must know Your words are sweet to hear ; Like tender music, sort and low, They charm my willing ear. 15ut ir you would win all my heart, Pof tess my very Oul Promise to do a husoand's part Swea...

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. — 27 October 1887

'r f r l;t- CURIOUS CEREMONIALS. Annamese Customs THat Savor Much, of Another World Thau Our. The curicus philosopIiic.il views of life which appear to be common to tho races of the Chinese stock, and tiio elaborate ceremonials by which they are symbolized and emphasized, pjive a rare interest to all that relates to tho manners and customs of thoe peoples, whatever may be their particular nationalit-. Nowhere are these feat ures more marked, or do they savor more of another world than ours, than in Annam. We arc indebted to certain French writers, whom military and political events have given rare op portunities to observe, for some fresh and orijjinal accounts of the inhabitant of this country, and of their character istic beliefs and usages. M. Henry M. d'Estrey has given, in the Iicvua Scicnlijipuc, descriptions of the princi pal ceremonies prescribed in the rite to commemorate the most importune events in life, winch arc ms in mir&Der, viz.: 1. Get Kc, or the imposition of a...

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. — 27 October 1887

u-pt -fti - The dismal swamp of Virginia is being cut up into onion and cranberry patches. Japan is importing hops from Wash ington Territory. One grower has re ceived au order from Yokohama foi twenty bales. "Do : to othera as they would do unto - ,x under the same circumstan ces." is a sort of brass rule more in use thau the golden article. Xaw Orleans Picayune. There are complaints from all parts of California in regard to the failure of fermentation in this year's wine prod uct. It is a good time for the prohi bitionists to tackle that state. Miss Pay's spiritualistic seance at Blackburn, England, came to a sudden end when someone in the audience struck a light and Miss Fay was found to have climed to the roof, while the "spirit" that was floating in the dark ness over the heads of the audience was an inflated woolen bag. Charles Parish, a wealthy coal opera tor at Wilkesbarre, Pa., recently regis tered at a Philadelphia hotel, and oppo site his name he made a litt'e circle with...

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. — 3 November 1887

TTT1? A "RTT !? JBNK "DP W WTAT) f si vi fl rii I iiii Hi BBiiBiiiiMr ri tii li I j r?j -1 1 1 ri AJLJLJLJ J-JL -LfX JJU-JJ- JLJ. ngBnnHB J--LiX JLlLJy X Uit .?- A.BILE2STE, DIGKXtSTSOlSr OOTJISTTIT, ELAJNTSAS. NOVEMBEE 3, 1887 "VOL. 5 3STO. 11- ijijTwfcLriri swB 1 t From Wednesday's Dally. j The general business outlook is good ' for a big fall and winter trade. Prohibition Convention. Whereas, We, the representatives of the prohibition element of Dickin- The majority of our business men say son county, have been urged by the in tbat business is better now than it was Cpssant inquiry and request of ma-ay at this time a year ago. j citizens to nominate a county ticket for The new jail is progressing finely. ; their use at the coming election. There If the weather continues favorable the ! fori ,,,.. , , . . brick and stone work will be completed ' J?'sojw7, That we-hereby nominate next month tue f'lu'inS named gentlemen for the ' respective oilices of the county of Dick- ur. urooKS ...

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. — 3 November 1887

47-An peron nr- tsliea The paper rev tota s nameorwheifcer lieis a subscriber 01 n.;s Tor.sll-i for the par. The courts fcavo decided that rcfusta; tc take newspaper? from the poor-office, or rr nioi.ns-a:t! Iwv n? tiicm uncalled for, 5 imma u . -v ,o? i;c ol ixrzsnoKAi. rnAtnx THE DIFFERENCE. A man "steals" b'jtter, cheese, ban, cgs, Or any valvar raerchandite ; "Whoso lays violent bz.nis upon My poem, does bat "plagiarize." The boy "steals" who to his own use His neighbor's dime appropriates; The man who captures in rold cash A million, say, but "defalcates." The poor wretch is a 'thief' who takes From out my coop a lean oldhcn; But lot him jump his bonds and brcalt A bank, 'tis but "embezzling," then. The mother 'steils" a loaf of brsd To itill her baWes" starving cries, And o'er her weary, strirken head The shadows of a jail arise. Jay Gould, "with one strose of his pen, Vrccks fortunes in a dozen State. Wakes hundreds homeless but. you sec. The great man only "operates." The br...

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 November 1887

V to T THINK FOR YOURSELF. How Young Men Can Achieve Suece3S la Their Cltoxen Calling. Earnest, independent thought on the part of any boy or young1 man who ha3 set out to make a mechanic of himself will certainly bring him both knowledge and skill in his chosen calling. "We hear or see statements every little while that as machine shops gradually grow into manufacturing concerns the work is systematized, until there is nothing but routine in the different classes of work, and a boy apprenticed, to one of these establishments "gets no show" in the shop, and is "no good" when his time is out. That a graduate from, say, a steam pump shop, going to any other shop doing a different class of work, must work for small wages, in order to "hold, a job," because lie can not take hold of work as it comes along and. do it in telligently. He is pictured as being sent out of the shop to make repairs upon a steam engine, or line up a shaft in a brewery, or to fix an hydraulic elevator that is on ...

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 November 1887

Abilene Reflector. Thursday, November 3, 1887. HENEY LITTS, Editor. Democratic Ticket. Tor c , uiity Treasurer, HENKY "WARNER, of Center. For Sheriff. HENRY HARNISII, of Abilene. Por County Clerk, J. H. HOFPMAN, of Jefferson. Por Register of Deeds, GENEVIEVE A. COWLES, of Abilene. Por Commissioner Pirst District, H. "W. KANDT. There is no office in the county wherein it behooves the citizens to place as careful level headed honest men, as in the office of county com missioner. The county treasurer onl pays out such money as the laws of the state and the commissioners order him. He has no discretion in the matter; and so it is with all other county officers. But the board of Commissioners can spend thousands annually in an extravagant manner,or, ou the other hand, if they are level headed and discreet, they . can save thousands for the county. Henry Kandt has proven himself a careful, honest and fearless member of the board, still mauy of the politicians who are making such a clamor ...

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 November 1887

iBmmM ' V US Yf 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- L. H. LETTS & CO., Proprietors. Thursday, November 3, 1887. LOOM. AtfD OTHERWISE. From Saturday's Dailr-3 Scientists say that the stature of man is increasing at the rate of one inch in a thousand years. This is encouraging for the short fellows. It is sad to see family relics sold at auction, but the most painful thing under the hammer is generally your thumbnail. Boston Bulletin. Fashion says that veils come to the chin not over it so there remains the same necessity for keeping that part of the physiognomy "wiped off." Mr. W. II. Snoke received a dispatch at 4 o'clock today informing him of the death of his father near Chambersburg, Penn. He will leave on the midnight train. Henry Harnish, Democratic candi date for sheriff, drove into town Wed nesday night and registered at the Windsor, leaving in the m...

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 November 1887

ABILENE REFLECTOR a PUBLISHED BY L. EC. ICITTS & CO. THE SAFE PATH. The evening shades were falling, The day Tras almost done And flocks and herds were driven homo At setting or the sun. "While lingering in the grassy lane, Two children passed us by; "We wondered that they walked so late, And asked the reason why. "And whither are you bound," v?p i . 'L "So near the close of day? The night is coming, littlt ones, And you may lose your way." Their faces vroro no trace of fear. But seemed of joy to tell ; "O, we are going home," they said, "And know the way quite welL "This narrow path we'll follow on, It passt-s by the mill; And then our father's house is near, Beyond the rising hllL" So on life's journey may their feet Not turn aside nor stray. But safely keep the homeward path, And never miss the way. Hotter' s Magazine. LITTLE JENNIE. "How She Followed Old Brindle Into the Swamps. It was just five o'clock. Far away over the prairies the groat golden sun was bcjrinninsr to rise...

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 November 1887

A I, fr w 7 ABILEiNE PtEFLECTOE PUBLISHED BY T., EC. LITTS Ss CO. i i i MMM BEFORE DEATH. How much would I care lor It, could I know "Teat "(rlion I am under the crass or snow The raveled garment of life's brief dcy Tolded and quietly laid awav, 'Too spirit let loose from mortal bars, .And somewhore away among the stare "What praise was lavished upon me, when, ""Whatever might be its stint or store, 3t neither could help or harm me more. If, 'midst of my toil, they had but thought To stretch a finger, I would have caught -Gladly such a.d, to bear me through Some bitter duty I had to do; .And when it was done, had I but heard -One breath of applause, one cheering word One cry of "Courag:'"' amid the stnfe. So weighted for me with death or life .How would it have nerved my soul to strain Through the whirl of the coming surge again 1 TVhat use for the rope, if it be not flung Till the bv iinmer's grasp to the rock has clung? "What help in a comrade's bugle bUst When the peril of Alpine...

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 November 1887

Kansas takes care of nearly 12,000 in Bane people. Governor E. J. Ormsbe, of Vermont, is the typical Brother Jonathan in ap pearance. Edmund Texire, the French journal ist and the translator of "Uncle Tom's Cabin," is dead. He -was 71 years of Theie is no royal road to health ; Princess Beatrice, of England is re ported to he a terrible sufferer from rheumatism. An exchange advises all Kansas people who have the California fever to go at once,so that they can return home in time for spring plowing. ITenry Wilson, once vice-president of the United States, was a shoemaker by trade, and the cobblers cf Natick are about to erect a monument to his mem ory. A Boston paper says a man from the backwoods recently went home and told his folks that Queen Anne owned nearly all the houses in the suburbs of that city. Man is born with his hands clenched; he dies with them open. Entering life he desires to grasp everything ; leaving the world all that he possessed has slipped away. London has a gr...

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 November 1887

r- --, THE ABILEIE REFLECTOR h v r ABILENE, DiCKINSOISr COUNTY, KANSAS, 1STOYEMBEE lO. 1887 VOL. 5. NO. IS. MM rr "1 rf -Vf From Friday's Dally. Sixty-seven to Nineteen- At Lyona, Dickinson county, Wm. Fiedler, aged 67, and Miss Christens Sbultz, aged 19, were united in the holy bonds of matrimony. -- - Solomon Hews and Notes. The pile drivers are at work on the foundation of the Rock Island bridge. The grade of the Bock Island is com pleted on the east side of the Solomon river. A great deal of interest is manifested in the R. K. suits. During last week the Montezuma was filled with guests. The morning passengeritrain on the Santa Fe leaves at 8:10, and returns in the evening at 7:55. Mr. William Ramsey returned home Wednesday afternoon. The Presbyterian social Tuesday evening was a success financially. Mr. Clewell has rented W. V. Smart's blacksmith shop. A large number of our citizens are visiting the metropolis of the county this week. On Wednesday: Messrs. II. Whitley, G. B. Ha...

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