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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 15 December 1887

K-TA?,y Pcreon -" takes the ra-sr rccular- name or whether he is a subscriber or not t responsible for the iwy 'u'-r,ocr or -ot- ,2U iSL- citLee i rcfus-asr to take facie ST. NICHOLAS' VISIT. 'Twas the night before Christmas, and' all through the bouse Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse; The stockings were hung by the chimney with care, la the hope that St. Nicholas soon would be there; The children were nested all snug in their beds, "Whllevisions of sugar-plumbs danced in their heads; And mamma in her 'kerchief, and I in my J cap, Tlad just settled our brains for a long winter's nap, "When" out on the lawn there arose such a clatter, I sprang from my bed to see what was the matter. Away to the window I flew like a flash. Tore open the shutters and threw up the sash; The moon on the breast of the new fallen snow Gave the luster of mid-day to objects below; When what to my wondering eyes should ap pear But a miniature sleigh and eight tiny rein deer, "With a little old dr...

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 December 1887

J M i I t . f ' I I .1 ! If. AN ALASKA POTLATCH. How the Aulc and Sitka Indians Adjust Tribal Differences. On .Sunday last five canoc3 of Sitka Indians arrived at the Ank village, just above town. It was the occasion of no little excitement among the Auks, for the Sitkans, as is usual upon such visits, made a demand of or e hundred and twenty blankets as a remuneration for Injuries a member of their tribe had received two years ago while engaged in a cut and slash with an Auk Indian, in which the Sitkan got decidedly the "worst of the battle. The Auks refused to accede to the demand, the result of which was a genoral go-as-you-please, in which knives took a prominent part as settlers of the dispute. During the melee one of the Auks received a severe cut on the hand, upon which he set up a howl demanding pay from the Sitkans for the wound he had received at their hands. It now being a stand off, iu that members of both tribes had Teceived injuries one from the other, peace was declar...

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 December 1887

vv 0 jMMI ONLY - TWO WEEKS 1r Will be Given Away! Zt Will Positively Be Drawn .on XTct Tear's Eve. MORE Grand jv ttfMm We will offer special inducements in our Clothing room for the balance of the year. Fine Suits, Business Suits, Pants, Underwear, Hats, Fur Caps in fact everything in this de partment we win sen at a sacnnce to reauce our stocic at once, uu w vjxyu-ti.j.0 we simpiy say we are going to slaughter tnem. we nave about 500 in all grades and styles and they must go at some price. The so-called spot cost prices that are advertised we will discount. All we ask is if you can use an Overcoat in the next year, come in and see our stock and you will buy if prices are any inducement. Every man and boy in the county can save big money by buying their Clothing from us for the next three weeks, and get a ticket for every -$5.00 worth bought on the Grand Piano, which will be drawn fairly and squarely on New Tear's Eve. L. E FAULKNER & CO. Abilene Eeelectoe. Thursday, December 15...

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 December 1887

v .1 l v . J '1 Have your prescriptions compounded at Jonn M. Gleissner's Drugstore, east aide of Broadway, rr. 3d street. 39-ly THE REFLECTOR, -Official Paper of the City.g- L. H. LITTS & CO,, Proprietors. Thursday, December 15, 1887. LOCAL AHD OTHERWISE. SE WELL ' S CLOSING OUT -:- SALE! TO QUIT BUSINESS! ry department of this immense stock. Ton can almost hear the knife cut. The largest and most varied stock Books bv the thousand. Stationery m endless: vnripfo. AlKnmo u,oi, j i . viuieu stock, "Eise and Pall of the Moustache," is Burdette's lecture Monday evening, Dec. 19th, '87, Go and hear him. Mrs. J. M. Fisher and Mrs. John Johntz will receive their friends at the home of the former, on Friday evening of this week. Sumner Bros, and Mrs. Bonewitz have moved their stocks of goods in the first rooms south of the postoffice, and are prepared to wait on their old customers. , The old Carpenter house will be re opened in a few days by Ford Beemer, who will put it in thorough- o...

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 December 1887

i.tjf "f "'" '? vi. - i T5, rt j '--v ." s- y - " .-p . " . -. - - "l 1. . TT-nnn nnnr ti -tin r r A til liViVi Vi l,ViV liVA) I UJt PUBLISHED BY Xi. H. LITTS & CO. TOIL ON. Oca little motto shakes the Trorlfl, . As tempests rock the sea f Victory it means to those trho strive Wouldst thon the conqueror bet TVouldst enter Into richest fields The eye c're gazed upon? To all I give the countersign Tis but the words: "Toll on!" Yet. by those words the mightiest deeds The weakest hands have wrought, Conquests the grandest have been won On battle-fields ol thought, llotto that nerves the warrior's heart To gaze death's face upon; The lover's vow, the martyr's creed, The nation's shield "Toil on." Xach springing bud obeys the power That bids it cleave the dust; -"Onward and up!" all nature cries; "Strength, strength to toil and trust." The trees climb high, the swallows soar. The billows rise and roll; On, too, faintheart; thy zeal shall spread, Like flame from soul to souL Toll on! g...

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 December 1887

?. 3 ABILENE BEELECTOK PUBLISHED BY X,. 3BC. 3LITTS & CO. I SPY. Cnder the spreading apple boughs. With the sunlight glinting through, dressing and kissing the little ones there Till they blush with a rosier hue. The children dear arc gathered in Edith and Blanch and Clair "Whose voices ring out with a joyous shout. Just under i--v irindo'ar. and where They count out in the self-samo way Of many a year gone by. That they inay see who the hunter will ba In their favorite game of "I bpy!" "Monkey, monkey bottle of beer How many monkeys are there here? 'One. two, three! Now we shall see Who will the luckless monkey be." Sweet little, dear little, innocent one, When you've lived as long as I, Tou'll find, beyond doubt, it won't do to point out All monkeys, although one may spy. JIarrUt Trtmaine Ttrry, in Good liout&etping PEASANT AND KET&. IHovr tho Latter Was Kado Known to the Former. One tiny in the far-away years of the isixteenth century, when Paris was not .-ns third as...

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 December 1887

- -e- j - TRAGEDY AT HOPE, KAS. Monroe Mason Beynolds Tires Two 'Shots into the Body of Bert Dug gan, Who Expires Ten Min utes After the Shooting. Great T. -itmentat Hope, and Threats , of Lynching Freely Indulged In Reynolds Safely Lodged in the Abilene Jail. FACTS AB GATHEBED FK03I CONSTABLE ilOBKISOK 2TND THE TBISONEK. MORRISON'S STOBY. In a conversation held with Consta ble Morrison this morning, concerning the shooting of Bert Duggan at Hope last night, we gleaned the following in formation : Mr. Morrison stated that at the time the shots were fired (about 9:30) he was in Emmet's confectionery stand. Mr. Emmet was out at the time, and hear ing the shot came rnnning in the store to inform the people inside. Morrison then hurried to the scene of the tragedy and found Bert lying on the floor in a store near where the shooting took place. Bertlookedupandsaid: "Mor rison, I'm shot, send for a doctor, quick." Morrison then started out of the store, and on reaching the sidewalk came a...

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 December 1887

"v At CTOE. VOL. 5. A-BILEHSTE, DIOKIiTSOIsr OOTJiTTir, KZJSrSS DECEMBER 22 1887 NQ, 17. Th lv . a t 'X & l ha TTT8! i $- Social "Event. About 175 of Abi lene's most popular society people assembled at the home of J. M. PisAer last evening to take advantage of the opportunity af forded them by thtJ Mesdames J. M. Fisher and John Johntz for an enjoy able evening. The principal feature of the evening was the elegant supper spread for the guests. All the substantials and deli cacies immaginable were included in the menu, and all partook of the good things with a "hearty relish. The musical program came next in order of importance, and was sustained by the Arion (male) and .Thalia (female) quartettes. Mrs. GufQn and Dr. Hewitt also took a prominent part in this program, and sang some well-selected solos, much to the gratification of the listeners. Dancing was also indulged in to a limited extent. A very enjoyable evening was spent by all, and the entertainers, Mrs. J. M. Fisher and ...

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. — 22 December 1887

Hj V I HBMMUnMMHIiliiiW ABILENE BEFLECJrOB PUBLISHED BY r. EC. LITTP3 '& CO. TOILER'S CHRITMAs HYMN. , T have a faita that J- i0ld8 my llf0 Above the sloup of s ln . That stills the a gjy waves of strife, l And gives n- e peace Tvithln; 2l !s the sto.y 0j the morn, , FromF.eaven's inspired pen, IThat teis to all how Christ was bom , To Valk the earth with men. . TCfle shepherds 'ncath the starry shy ' Heard, tar beyond their ken. The glory sung to God on high. Good will and peace to men; They saw the dawn in roseate light Sweep back the age's gloom, And Heaven's love cleave pure and bright The pathway from the tomb. JCot for the nobles purple clad, Not for the kingly crowned. Came Christ from God, with tidings glad ; That our salvation found; , He sought the lowly, poor, oppressed; ) In hovel, hut and cave: And made the toiling millions blessed. In triumph o'er the grave. As Moses smote the rock of old ., He touched the human heart, And from its center, hard and cold, Saw love's...

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. — 22 December 1887

1 'A H A CHRISTMAS CAROL. 44 Carol, children, carol, For Christ is born to-day. To all the earth, oh! sing His birth. Rejoice on Christmas Day!" It wo had never heard before The story old and sweet, OI the shepherds and the sages Low at the Baby' feet. It mlRht the less have moved us "Who thrill with Joy to-day As once again to Bethlehem Ye take our happy wiy. "Tin sach a tender story "We like to tell it e'er. .And every time we hoar It We love n m all the more. Tis such :i hallowed picture That all the world mny see The little Child from Heaven On the Madonna's knee. Carol, children, carol. For Christ is born to-day 1 The angels sing, and we must brmu Our praise on Christmas Day." "We lift our eyes adoring To yonder fields of blus, "Where the midnight clouds were brofcea To let the g ory through. -O'er mount and plain wo follow The wondrous Murninz Star, "Which silvered every rugged hill And swept the shadows far. "With shepherds and with sages, Low at the Baby's feet, "We bring ou...

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. — 22 December 1887

fra Mi'l'l j f ' -" &f.fRt; S'frteMWi;5tS jILlEISTE REFKECTOE. Thursday December 22,1887. HEHBY LITTS, Editorr 'Prejudices darken the air," sadly ays a hi'-'.-tarfff organ. Yes, the peo ple hau developed a deep prejudice against paying war taxes everlastingly. --It isexpected that the Mills (of Tex 85) will grind slowly, but that they will grind out an exceeding fine grist cf tariff reform when in proper running 'OTder.- - - When you hear managers of grasping and soulless corporations clamoring for a high war tariff to "protect labor," you may know that there is a large sized person of African descent some where in that wood-pile. A Kentucky, woman who has seven sons, all born on Sunday, basjpetitioned Gov. Buckner for a pension. She says in her letter that she ".Never heard ot 7 boj's all Bean Born on Sunday," and she thinks that such an unexampled feat of maternity should be properly rewarded. The Prince of Wales has presented John L. Sullivan with a splendid gold watch as a t...

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. — 22 December 1887

.JM,M,,MiMMiM,MMMWMMBMMiMMMMMMHMMiMiHMBijaaaMMInMiMnMMMBaBMlBBBMBWMMBiBeBMIWM8BilMMWWMiBiaBaMi KtHBHMM 1 -I V J Official Paper of the City.g- MTH. LI&TS-& OOiProprietors, TJuirsday,December 22, :1 887. LOOM, &TO OTKESWISE. The next'lecturer is Eli Perkins. there's the man who predicted an open winter V Echo answers "friz." Get your supper this evening at the " Presbyferlan bazaar; corner Cedar and Third. ' Cora Tan Tassel will appear at the opera house "January G. in "Iliddeii Hand." A cup and saucer given with every cup of tea sold at the Presbyterian bazaar tonight. The regular noon train was one hour and fifty minutes late. A special from Brookville came through on time. The Minnie Maddern troupe left on the noon train today tor Clay Center, where they will give their entertain ment tonight. The Abilene Daily Reflector lias enlarged to a seven-column folio. It is a trood naner and we -'"-" C3 -- are clad to see it prospering. J C Democrat. The Abilene. DailvREFLECTOi:...

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. — 22 December 1887

1 7 ABILENE EEFLECTOJi PUBLISHED DV X,. H. LITTS & CO. KATIE'S ANSWER. "TtoUyc last n'ght. Hike, Td marry ye nlver, Ati 1 yell llnd that a woman -will mean -what she'll say; Hs thruth ye 11 get always. Thin no, no foriver; "VVid a woman's decision I says it to-day. And sure if such tnrouble yo really can't bear it, Tien ye've only to tell it to Bridget or Sue, And Molly end Dolly arc achin' to bhare it; They'll always adore ye whativer ye do. "Ot one thing Tax certain, in all of ny bein' That of jealousy, sure now, there isn't a spark; But jist to amine inc. Td like to be secin' Where ve goes when so often ye're out on a lark. Ye don't know no grammar I couldn't abido it. For I'd nivcr no throuble with grammar, not I Uorivritin" it's three that yc nlver have thricd it: Bat thin, Uichacl, sure how can ye tell till ye thry? J.st Sunday at vespers wo always on Sunday, -Jiit exceptin' last Friday, have vespers at dark Tat said with a chuckle, he'd warrant it one da7 Y1& yer pen ...

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. — 22 December 1887

I 1 4 - ji li BOOTBLACKS' STANDS. Th Peculiar Industry Created by an In genious New 5Tork Italian. Few, probably, of the men who p.n Tronize the many shoeblacking estab lishments in the streets and sit in com fortable arm-chairs on brass-ornanient-"ed stands ever stop "to think of the origin of these conveniences. They have increased in number so rapidly "within the last few years that they aro now as common a sight as a street-lamp or a horse-car. The majority of tho stands are made by an Italian, who proudly claims the honor of inventing them. His triangular-shaped shop is over a backsmith's and is reached by a short flight of rough wooden steps that might almost be called a ladder. In tills small shop, with one window, boot blacking stands are piled from floor to ceiling. They are in various stages of completion and in different sizes, tome leing large enough for one, two, or three chairs, so that a purchaser may buy according to his means. The range in price from $2 for a pine w...

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. — 22 December 1887

s. - cc- S1 K 5 Conmty Teachers' Ascooiation. The second meeting of the Dickinson unty Tcr i.-iers' Association will be Hft at Ju'ciieae, Saturday, January 14. '888. Ths following i3 the program: l;0O Marie 1:05 Bjelnesx 1:13 Paper. "Narcotics and stimulants,". .. I. F. Shirk. I H. M. Llsht, l Mamie Pants, Discussion. 1:0 Paj-. 'V-Tiiinations,". ....Mary Gllraore Discustlon... 8:10 "The Fix USelle "Mmmcra, .j n.JNiCoicy. .-dded School-house." C. M.narger. BS HualC. 30 Receis. 3:45 Music , ,, . 2:50-eclUtlon Helen Meyer. ronn"1 .. -. Marie D.Cole. , . Jessie Weller, Dlicusslon, - JD. w.Holmes. 8:20-"PenmanfihIp,". W. H. Warner. , , f Jaa, McMlllen, UUCce3!0D ..... js. Lyons, . . v f Clara Williams, 8:40 Query bor, w.S. Manly. 4.-00 Music. Adjourn. m m m i Teachers' In&titue. Program for Southwest Dickinson Institute to be held at Philomatnean school house, January 7th, 18S8 : Music, prayer, music. Address of welcome, J. W. Whisler. Response, Geo. Westfall. Primary language, Miss ...

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. — 29 December 1887

' - - 7 - "TMMgiiW rr Ti T?i TTiT jranm ah LJCAJlUJtt; . ff 3f ' v ETEna-ir-T? r- a 1I""!? im&TTff feas..-... 1 - 1 u 1 41 i.v 9l "VOX.. 5. . rfWfy" ""- --t ,ft An Old Hymn. A poor, wayfaring man of grief Hath often crossed uie. on my way ; He sued eo humbly for relief, That I could never answer nay. I had not power to ask His name, Whither lie went, or whence He came ; Yet there was something In Ills eye. That won my lo e 1 knew not w hy. Once when my scanty meal was spread He entered, not a wop He spake ; Just perishing for want of bread, I gave him all, He ble6ed and brake. HO ate, but gave me part again, Mine was an Angers portion then; And while I fed with eagpr lu-tc The crust was manna to my taste. Ispiedhlmwherea fountain burst, Ulean from the rock the htroam hid gone ; The heedless waters mocked His thirst, He saw It, heard It, hurrying un. I ran an raised the sufferer up. Thrice from the stream He drained my cup; Dipped and returned it running o'er, I drank and ne er t...

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. — 29 December 1887

L, T w .' ; ' . T ABILENE EKFLECTOB PUBLISHED Jjy T-,. EC. ILITTS & CO. MY SWEETHEART. As I heard on New Year morulas At my door a gentle tap, 3a came my little ctfeetneart. And climbed Into my Jap. Eer eyes were like forget-me-nots, . Her hair was wavy gold. Her lips were made for kisses She is only five years old. Her hands were filled with flowers A fairer flower was she ; And scattering fragrance round her, She said, with merry glee: " There's a 'Happy New Year' hidden Among those violet's blue, And every little rosebud Has some message sweet for you. " And when these flowers I bring you Shall droop and fade away, I'll be your little hcart's-caso Forever and a day." "Very soon th violets withered, The rose and mignonnctte; But I clasp my heart's-case in my arms, And there she blossoms yet. Anna 2T. Pratt. JINKSEY'S MISTAKE -&nd How "Billy" Pound a Home at Cedar Farm. "Say, Jinksey, wot d' yer think of that inr style I reckon she's come inter town to buy the Liberty statu...

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. — 29 December 1887

A 4. 4 ABILENE REFLECTOK PUBLISHKD BY X. EC. LITTS & CO. RETROSPECTION. The -rinds m-an drearily to-ulzht: And though the room be warm and bright, Our thoughts will take a somber cast, Por the dear year is nearly past. He came to us so youn; and fair, 1Vsth frost, like diamonds, in his hair: He seemed so pare, and strong, and just, "VVe gave him all our lore and trust. "We thinks of all that he has brought Of plans wo made, of good we sought: If much has failed, we may rot blame, Fcr other years have been the same. If we have wept o'er buried hopes. If we have toiled up rugged slopes. If pain nor care has known snroease, Torget it not, and part in peace. Poor year! his life has been so brief, As frail as any flower or leaf; "We've hearts for naught but lorin? thought. If good he took, or ill be brought. "We've gained of wisdom some small stora, Perchance fomc joy unknown before, So. when the Old Year's moments cease, "We'll bid him softly: "Go in peace:" Lillian. Grey, in Good H...

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. — 29 December 1887

1-3. "- ecr .j . - fi CMS & JCBILBNE ReFLECTOE. Thursday, December 29, 1887, HENEY LITTS, Editor. "If w' hairpn . 3 a mocker, what kind of a .he roadside coffee offered to the twei cy-minutes-for-dinner passen ger who is hungry enough to eat pounded glass and wash it down with aquafortis?" "We give it up. Alta Californian. The statement that Senator Sherman has about given up all hope of obtain ing the presidential nomination from the Republicans is creditable to his good sense, but is not probable- An Ohio Republican is not the kind of man to give up reaching for anything he can see. A man's reach should be beyond his grasp, Or what's a Heaven for ; Some doggerel in an Old "Whig jour nal undertakes to defend the war tariff by saying that The only thing that pays Is taxln' other folks' stuff. Levying a tax on "other folks' stuff" and paying it yourself must be a very profitable enterprise. That is what Protection does. Protectionists and Free Traders. As we understand the republ...

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. — 29 December 1887

.4 J Have your prescriptions compounded Jonn M. Gleissner's Drugstore, east of Broadway, wr. 3d street. 39-ly THE REFLECTOR, -Official Paper of the City.- 'L. H. LITTS & CO., Proprietors. Thursday, December 29, 1887. LOOAL AND OTHERWISE. George Brilhartmet with a painful accident this morning, in jumping out of his buggy he sprained his left aukle, and had to be taken home. Companies B and D, 18th under Lieutenant Turner, passed through on yesterday's af ernoon train en route from Ft. Leavenworth to Ft. ilajes. Judge T. E. Dewey presented Mar shal Kirkwood with an elegant gold Star and Constable Wise with a line calf skin pocket book for carrying his official papers. TJ. M. White now greets the passerby with' "Io't you want to see what time'it is v" ud without stopping to hear the answer, produces a handsome gold watch, a ChiMwus present troni J. E. Bone brake. He a'so calls special attention to the chain, a prcnt irom Mrs. McCollam. Wyandt Bros., who are successors to F. L. Par...

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