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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 19 January 1888

CZAny pardon xvto talces if.e i.w.:r refrclat ly from tits po&t-c2ice. whether u.rJetcd to his name cr -whether h is a subscriber or not, is. responsible for the p.-.y Tne courts Iiavv d jc:ded that refusing to take nctrspaptrs from the jost-oflSct or removing and leavinfc thrra pca:!cl for. 13 prhsa facie evidence of inte:tioxai, fiiattd. IN HER OWN COIN. "Married a milliner! what a shame! Ah, well! there's none but himself to blamal There's many an heiress in his own set lie might have drawn in his gilded net. What a pity his proud old name should be Bestowed on nobody, such as the. "If he were the only one concerned I should consider his fate well earned; IJut to think, Mrs. S , that you and I May never pass that creature by; But must court, and vl-it, and chat with her, ho has formerly been our milliner! "For one of her Unit, she appears quite well But then, Mrs. S , you know blood icill toll; I never was quite so shocked and what? An introduction to Lady Mott? O, yes: with ...

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. — 19 January 1888

y THE ENGLISH HANGMAN. He Tells or UN Vnrluii Strutrcles to Iteiteb Ilia I'rcsent imminence. James Berry, the public executioner, has taken advantage of a recent pro fessional viMt to Chelmsford to confide ti a reporter a number f particulars regarding himself, his family and his profession. Some of his confessions are of a kind on which persons of good taste would hardly care to dwell; others are comparatively void of of fense and undoubtedly curious. There seems reason to suspect that political sympathies hare had Fomethinc to do with the choice of this highly respecta ble organ, of East Anglian Conserva tism as the medium of these confidence. In other words, James Berry K accord-in"- to his own declaration, "a Conserv ative through and through," in that regard differing from a brother of his (of tvliotn more anon) who is, or rather -was, "a Liberal, and In favor of Abolishing capital punishment." Berry, we gather, standi Xo. 14 in the list of a iamily of twenty-ono children. It w...

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. — 19 January 1888

ms Abilene Eeflectoe. Thursday, January ,19, 1888. HENRY LITTS, Editor. A..T.&S. F. R.R. Going Xorth. rrelght 10:45 a.m. Going East. ' raesenger &f- freight... 3:15p.m. S1XINA BRANCH. Going west. T&isenger ,?2$?-- Treigtt ..-.110 a. m. Keturning to Abilene. Papenger. - -- Freight. 2:45 p.m. TOTON PACIFIC RAILWAY. GOIKO WEST. Wetern ExpresB o afl 4:00 a. m. Paelflc " " 201 "i:40 p. m. GOING EAST. East Express No. 202 Ar. 12:10 p. m.,Lv. 12:23 p.m Atlantic Express No. 201 12:10 a m. Eock Island Time Table. Going West. ras-enger BSa'm Going East. ratsenser. o9.?J?" Trelght 2:25 p.m. Eeal estate deals are thawing out nml on the move in the Belle of the Smoky, if the real estate is frosted the subsoil. to When a man wants the earth he must remember there is a slice called Kansas, that no oue man can or could possibly control or get. Kansas starts off in 18S8 with the wheel of fortune turning out prosperity at every whirl. The latest prize drawn was the big white fleecy blanke...

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. — 19 January 1888

p o - Have your prescriptions compounded at Jonn M. Gleissner's Drugstore, east side of Broadwav, dr. 3d street. 39-ly the' reflector, Official Paper of Coity ani City. L. H. LITTS & CO., Proprietors. Thursday, January 19, 1888. LOOM, AND OTHERWISE. From Monday's Dally. The TJ. P. trains are nearly always on time. Finest sleighing Abilene has experi , enced in the last decade. The Union PaciGc water tank is be ing raised twenty inches. Winfleld has struck a thirty inch vein of coal. Will Abilene be next V Twenty-two below zero yesterday morning caused a slim attendance at the Sabbath schools and churches. Bonebrake & Rice have purchased the hardware store recently owned and operated by W. II. Pvoe at Chapman, and will close out the stock at extreme ly low prices. George Williams, known as "Jay Gould" who has been confined in the Minneapolis jail for several months, charged with rape, is reported to be in a dying condition. - His friends have secured the necessary bonds for 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. — 19 January 1888

L"-' ft- l I. il ABILENE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED BY Tu TEL LITTS fc CO. BRUDDAH JOHNSING'SSERMON. Tze a-gry'n" faw to take a tex dls mornin' bright and fine 'Bout a sutn leadln' princepul yon want ter keep in min, .Ana I dee will gib it to you In my mostest solemn tones: """When yon all lives in glass houses, doaa yon git to frowin' stones.'" 3Jahsamiteyslghtob wickedness a-gwyin' to en trow, .An' de debble's alays on de watch law slnnahs heah below. So, keep yoh eye out foh yohsef, an' not foh Bruddah Jones "When yoh all lives In glass houses, doan yoh git to frowin' stones." IX yoh sees a bruddah flshin' on de bressed Sabbath day. Bes tuhn er kins o koerless an' look de odder way. An' doan infowm de bred'ria whah de missln' bruudah's gone, ""Coze he might have had no bacon faw'ter fed dc chillcn on. "When yoh meets a sistah comin wif a ribbon in er hat, Doan think de slstah's gittin' vain, faw when it comes to dat, Des gaze upon yoh speckled tie aa' say in humble tones: 'When yoh 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. — 19 January 1888

l'6?t t h i V I i i ABILENE REFLECTQE PUBLISHED BY T,. EL LITTS & CO. AGREEABLE REFLECTIONS, "Sy Mls Kflle, Upon Making nn Interest Ins Discovery Just Alter the X-mai Tab leaux. I saw him slip on me rln?. And I heard hiin whisper and say: "You must not vrear it where people can see, Fcr a year and a day." 'They ilidE't know that I saw It was after our Christmas plar -And she was a milkmaid, and he was a bfau: I Qaeen of the May. rut I saw them behind the scrcan: And I knew why they wished to stay; And I quietly peeked around the edge CO, v.asn't it gay: -And now for a vrar at least I shall ha vc my ow n little way : . 'I shall feast on bon-bons and caramols, O sister May: "You will never complain of me If I happen to disohe: And if ' doesn't want the engagement known Well, candy's pay. It's uncommonly nice forme: And uncommonly nice for May I'cr he'll work for his bride and forme beside For a year and a Cay! Pud. THE LAST WATCH. How tho Track-Walker Saved the Train. We sr.t in 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. — 19 January 1888

r Vi- The jEEarper papers koep right on harping about their victory over Anthony. Indiana Democrats think the candi date for the Vice-Presidency will not 1m a dark horse, but a "Gray" one. The TZ nsas City Times says: "The Deino -ic convention will meet in Chicaj. in 1888, and in Kansas City in 1892." Ye3, and in Abilene in 1896. The time has come when the war taxes must be taker, off. The people demand and the Democratic party will see to it that they get what they want. The coal combination have had things their own way long enough. Now let Congress take the tariff off coal and thus give the rest of the peo ple a chance. Lamar will undoubtedly be con firmed. And poor old Thayer who had worked himself up to a fine rage will feel like going into a dark alley and throwing mud at himself. Elihu Stevens, of Smitbfield, Me., is at the head of a family which is prob ably the largest in the country. In his family there are five generations which comprise 319 persons. Serious railroad acci...

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. — 26 January 1888

MM9NMBefr 1J ti 7 - r iS Ls i 1 AXM y REFLECTOR. AT3TTreTsTFn3 DICEZIISrSOISr COUNTY, BZAJNBS. JA.SrTJA.EY 26, 1888. NO, 22. VOL. 5. x & K 'J5? 7 i r - fr V 'h ,& ryrom Wednesday's Dally. Dr Oakwood visited Alma last Mon day, and performed a difficult opera tion, the nature of which we did not learn. Judge Smith has moved his quarters from over Kirby's bank to the rooms over Clark's grocery store,corner Spruce and Third Streets. City Marshal Kirkwood authorizes us to state that he has in his care a lot of second hand but clean and good -clothing given to him to supply people in need of anything of that kind, and if such will call on him, he will supply their wants free of charge. Kev. Dr. "Welsher sent two of the little boys, who were brought here from New York last fall a year ago to find a borne, to Kansas City on the noon train tmlav. Thev will Join another company sent there from Xew York to be distributed through Missouri. One of our prominent farmers, from Cheever town...

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. — 26 January 1888

, if f ijiy Any perron -who tnhes tho paper rccuiar-Ijlrocitherost-ofilcc, whether directed to his uamc or whether he is a subscriber or not, is responsible for tbe pay ue couits 'invc aewaca that refusing totefce UNCERTAINTIES. Pink linen bonnet. Pink cotton gown, Hoses printed on it. Hands burst brown. On! Withe were all the piping t irds, crd tie go'den-belted bees: Aad Withe sang she on the doorstep, with her apron full of peas. Sound of scythe and mottfng. Where buttercups prswr tali; Sound of red knc lo lug. And early milkmaid's call. Sweet she sang on the doorstep, with the young peas in her lap, And he came whistling up the lene, with the ribbons in his cap. "You called me a bad penny That wouldn't bo sent away Unt here's f,-ood-bye to you. Jenny, ' For many and many a day. There's talk of cannon and killing Nay, net er turn no white '. And I've taken the King's shilling I took it last night." Oh! merry, merry pipcd.thc thrushes up in the cherry tree. But dumb she sat on the...

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. — 26 January 1888

r ; FARM AND FIRESIDE. Bundles of cornstalks make good banking for the cellar. Salt dissolved in alcohol will re move grease spots from cloth. Bent whalebones can be restored and used again by simply soaking in water a few hours, then drying them. New oak barrels should not be used for vinegar, as tho tannin contained in the'wood injuriously affects the vinegar. The agricultural needs of the coun try are crying loudly for men who will show us the science of common things the things thatlio closest to our daily life and necessities. Cracker Mince Pie: Three crackers rolled fine, two egs, one cupful sugar. one cupful molasses, one-half cupful water, one-half cupful butter, one-half cupful vinegar, spico to taste, and rai ins. This inakc3 three pies. Toledo Blade Prof. Robertson, of Canada, claims that cream raised by the deep cold process produces a butter that is les? highly flavored when first made, and is, in fact, often insipid at that time, butits Havor increase? with age, and is...

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. — 26 January 1888

& Abilkc e Keflector. 'f ' nmmmmi Tfcttrwky, January 26, 1888. HEHET LITTS, Editor, In " Wyoming coal regions of Penn ..inia, the record shows that the output the second week of Urn month was 663,840 tons, against 291, 222 tons last year. Elmira, N. Y., clergymen are reap ing a big harvest in marriage fee eaused by couples from Pennsylvania skipping across the border to avoid the license business. It is not the fees so much as the publicity that certain people object to. Where are the farmers friends, seven Jn number, that were elected to Con gress from theSunflowerstate ? Ever seventh one is more difficult to solve in the mysterious way he moves, his won ders to preform, than the seventh pro blem of Euclid. The delinquent tax list of the city of Los Angeto, California, is an adver tisement that shows the other side of the boom picture, one which the spec ulators in that town would like to see suppressed. It fills forty-four columns twenty-six inches long in a Los An gelos paper...

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. — 26 January 1888

J o lk Have your prescriptions compounded at Jonn M. Gleissner's Drug Store, east side of Broadway, cr. 3d street. 39-ly THE REFLECTOR, Official Paper of Comfy anfl City. L. H. LTTTS & CO., Proprietors. Thursday, January 26, 1888. LOOM, AND OTHERWISE. From Satnnlay'e Daily. Geo. Williams Dead. George Williams died at 12 o'clock today, cf consumption. lie has been dying ever since yesterday morning, and the end which came today was not unexpected. Bound Over. The preliminary trial of Jesse Will iams, charged with burglary, was held this morning, and he was bound over in the sum of $500 to await the nexi term of district court. Constable Wise left with him on the4 o'clock train tin's afternoon for the Minneapolis jail, where he will await trial. In Like a Lion, out Like a Lamb Scene in a Third street dining rcom. Young man and two young ladies going down town via streets cats. Young man hears street car bell, rushes for hall door, pulls door shut behind him crash slam smash by mis...

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. — 26 January 1888

ABILENE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED BY T-r. EL LITTS & CO. YOU. If I could tare my dearest irtih fnlfllled, And take my choice of all earth's treasures, too; And ask from Heaven whatsoe'er I willed, I'd ask for you. JCo man V6 envy, neither low nor high, Nor king in castle old or palace new; Yd hold Golconua's mines less rich than I, If I had yon. Toil and privation, poverty and care. Undaunted I'd defy, nor fortune woo; Having my wife, no jewels else I'd wear, If she were you. Little I'd C3re how lovely she might be, ' How graced with every charm, how fond, how true, E'en though perfection she'd be nought to me Were she not you. There is more charm for my truo, loving heart In every thing you think, or say, or do, TLaa all the joys of Heaven could e'er impart, Because it's you. A CLEVER SWMDLEE. The Cunninrj Schemes of a Most Accomplished. Scoundrel. Thirty years in the livery business gives a man a varied experience and a knowledge of men as well as horses. I was standing in the door ...

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. — 26 January 1888

fV C t W ' ABILEiNE KEFLECTOJ i PUBLISHED BY .X. EL LITTS & CO. THAT GENTLE BOSTON MAN. An Idyl of Oregon. Two -webfoot brothers loved a fair Younglady, rich and good to soo; And ob, her black abundant hair! And cb, her wondrous witchery I Her father kept a catllt farm: "These brothers kept hur safe from harm: .From harm of cattle on tho bill: From thick-necked bulls loud bellowing "The lire-lone mornin?. loud and shr.ll, And lashm-j sldi like any thing; From roaring bull :h-t loosed the sand And pawed the lilies from the land. There came a third younjr man. Ho catno From far and famous Boston town. He was not handsome, was not game. But he could cook "a gooo" as brown As any mn that sot foot oa The sunlit shores of Oregon. ThU Boston man ho tausht the chool, Taught pentleness and love alway; .Sa.d love ad kladacss, as a rule. Would ultimately make it pay. He wag so Gentle, kind, that he Could make u noun and verb agree. So when one day th'i brothers grew All jealous and did str...

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. — 26 January 1888

' - fF n ! An exchange very aptly asserts tbat if protection raised the wages of work ingmen every employer would be a freetrader. In Kussia tea is drunk the same as beer in Germany, wine in France, ap ple jack in Kew Jersey, or soda pop in Kansas Wi . . . , oh where is the prophet that predicted a mild winter? "Turn the chromo, Jamie." He ought to be in the lion's den. If there is a town in this state that to itself hath said, we have not, will not bore for gas in their streets, green will grow the grass. Blessed is he that can, and does mind his own business. He shall bavr his reward not only among men, but where angels tread. When envy tackles a redheaded editor, and takes possession of the cranium thereof, ancthers prosperity and success to him, is like shaking a red flag in a bull's face. Blessed is he tbatshuteth the nigh eye to a neighbor that commiteth a small sin. He shall have his reward. He is entitled to close both eyes when he himself Binneth greater. Big dailies that c...

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. — 2 February 1888

' - 7 ?. '" t r t - v - v x D .BILEITE, DICKINSON- COUNTY, KA2ST3A.S. mEBRTJA-ElT 2, 1888. NO. 33 VOL. 5. jC mTTTl i ii Pi REFLECTOR , Tt e 4 From Thursday's Dallj. rni. -Pc-crvrrrnR a few (lavs ago mentioned the fact that Hon. C. II. Lebold and Hon. J. It. Burton bad gone to Mexico. It was presumed princi pally to be a pleasure trip, but a repre sentative of the Reflectok was in formed yesterday that owing to a late law enacted in Mexico no one but resi dents can hold real estate in that Re public. Mr. Lebold has large 1-tud in terests there, and whatever the new law may be, whether or not it will effect those that already have pur chased or was enacted to take effect m regard to future investments Mr. Le bold was in doubt, and the two gentle men above named left for Mexico to ascertain whether or no Mr. Lebold s interests am jeopardized. John Nash Dead. John Xash, better known as "Jack" Xash, died yesterday, from the effects of a severe cold caught a few days ago. The funeral will...

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. — 2 February 1888

C2r"Any person -who take? the paper recuiar ly from the post-o3icc, whether irected to his liiine or whether he Is a subscriber or not, 5s responsible Cor the pay The courts tv-i decided that refusing to take ncwspaix-rs from the post-offlc. or remcvjnr, :ind leaving lh-m uncalled for. is prima facie evidence of is-HNTioxAk rxtAua. FROM DAY TO DAY. Only from day to day "We hold our way. . Uncertain ever. Though hope and gay desiro JTouch with their lire Each fresh endeavor. Only from day to day "We grope our way Through hurrying hours; 3Jct still our castles fair - Z&llo the air- Their glistening towers. .And still from day to day ' Along the way Beckon us ever. To follow, follow, follow, 0"er hilland hollow. "With fresh endeavor. "Sometimes, triumphant. ga7, "Xhe bugles play And trumpets sound Prom out thos; glistening towers, " And rainbow showers Bedew the ground; iSThcn "sweet, oh, sweet the way," "We smiling say, And forvrard press "With swift, impatient feet JVnd hearts th...

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. — 2 February 1888

t MISCHIEF-MAKERS. IndlT:rent to Their Tal nnrt ou TCIll Soon lie ltlil of Them. Tronble-nutkers flourish in all classes riml conditions of society. Their ohief business in lifescema to be the creation of discord among people or members of a family who, but for thoir interference, -qrould be in harmony. It doesn't take much to start them in business. A thoughtless word, inadvertently dropped, is all they require to put at variance a whole neighborhood. They never repeat a thing exactly as they bear it; thoy are always sure to add something to it. if not in words in in flection, so there will be no mistako made in understanding just what they mean you should. For fear you might be in doubt they aro always eager to ex plain just what they are positive tho person meant who uttered it. To be sure thev do not intend to make trou ble. They wouldn't make trouble for the world. They really don't like to repeat such things, and they do hope tou won't feel hurt, but they think it is only righ...

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. — 2 February 1888

Abilene Keflector. "Winfield is making elaborate preper ations to accommodate the G. A. B., W. E. C. and Sons of Veterans, at the annual encampment that meets in that city the 21st and 22nd of February. Stash for THE WEEKLY DEFLECTOR X Thursday, February 2, 1888. HENEY LITTS, Editor. r Owing to the high price of corn and oats in Kansas the farmer who sows and plants early varieties in the spring, will be first in the market, receive flrst-class prices and wear diamonds. The protectionist countries of Ger many, France, Spain, Italy and Eussia are all trying by high tariff to enable their cheap labor to compete with the batter paid labor of free-trade England. "While England has fearlessly opened her ports to the world these govern ments have been obliged to put a tariff embargo upon commodities produced by an industrial rival whose working men could not live upon the pauper wages paid on the continent of Europe. If the good fellowship and true christian co-operation which now exists ...

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. — 2 February 1888

(T X I Have your prescriptions compounded at Jonn M. Gleissner's Drug Store, east side of Broadway, cr. 3d street. 39-ly THE REFLECTOR, Official Paper of Comity anfl City. L. H. LITTS & CO., Proprietors. Thursday, February 2, 1888. LOOM, AND OTHERWISE. From Monday's dally. G. 33. Colby left on the Santa Fe this morning for Hope. Attorney T. F. Smith, left for Enter prise this morning. Jlr. and Mrs. "W. D. Nichols spent yesterday in Detroit. "VV. H. Beaver, of Chicago, is regis tered at the city today. J. "W. Sexton boarded the morning Santa Fe for Marion county. Ex-Sheriff Miller is doing business in Hope and Ilerington today. Probate Judge Seeds has been doing official business in Hope today. MansQeld Brady and his bride ar rived in the city this afternoon. W. M. Scott came in on the Hock Island this morning from the East. W. T. Flack, representing the Gypsy Baron.Co., was in the city yesterday. Mrs. M. II. Curts, of Dighton, is in the city visiting relatives and friends. M. P....

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