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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 2 February 1888

rmaurmffBimut ABILENE BEFLECTOR PUBLISHED BY L. EC. LITTS & CQ. OH, COME AND HELP ME 0;JTI" There are some folks who of advice "Will never take a bit. Though age and ripe experience, J ,- May often offer it. And yet when they In troubjts get ii i For aid they loudly cryv And aid expect from avj friend Who chances to be lilgh. 'Take care," you saj, "this road Is full Of hollows hereabout;" But on they go unheeding till You bear them splash, and shout: j Ob, dear! I've fallen into one; " "Pray, come and help me out!" 2Jow It's my firm opinion that If they were let to stay Awhile where they had placed themselves ""Twould be the better way. tAnd then, perchance, while struggling haxd They reached dry ground once more, They'd listen to the voice of those "Who'd cone that way before. But just as long as some good soul. Forgetting sneer and flout. Buns to their rescue, just so long, I haven't any doubt. Such folks as these will fall in holes, And cry: "Come help mo out!" Iarjitr's Baza...

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. — 2 February 1888

i ' ABILENE BEFLECTOB PUBLISHED BY Tu. EC. LITTS & CO. THE PREACHER. Ji. preacher has no E Z time; In B D rorks alway. And with an X T C sublixao To battle sin's Ii A. His sermons must X L in jokes, Or L C can not "eep AtbiR the great XSo! folks "Who C K chance to sleep. 'Sometimes to A K sleeping man He pounds with X II G; In K C tries another plan He makes an X M E. la case CT.A sinner smart He'll C Q out and pray Until htr melts your I C heart And btops your soul's V K. If in old A J preacher can Not 211 the M Tpe-.vs, His Hock X I' J younger man A wrong w e can't XQi. -A C T preacher has. no doubt, A princely sal K E, Vhi!e some, to E K living out. Depend on char I T. A perfect life he must S A To do us X E good. For ether Y Z can"t convey The holy A D should. E'oa y'iin in V C leads apart A tpint V L, iife, S K I can't the poisoned dart Of X V and of strife. . a. jjjdt:-. in y. r. v,'oria. Tm BEN. SJH M "Hin Cruelty to s. nolploss Boy and What Came of It. TYcrc v-e r.fr.ii'...

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. — 2 February 1888

m a It is suggested that "Calif" be used as an abbreviation for Califor nia. This looks too much like -'calf," and as California can hardly be called a dairying state,it is not very appropri ate, however much like bovines the natives may be. There are several important treaties before the senate, but as Mr. Sherman is to be absent they will hardly be con sidered. If any one should conclude that Mr. Sherman ought to stay in Washington and attend to the public business, we should not dispute the conclusion. But Mr. Sherman is not an innovator, and it is a time honored tradition in the senate that any sen ator's private business is much more important than public affairs. - X. Y. Times. Every day's delay in the progress of tax reform costs millions to our pro ducing, manufacturing and commercial interests. The Gnancial world demand. to know at once what is to be done. Definite knowledge would in itself effect a wonderful and instant change in the situation. Let the committee on ways an...

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. — 9 February 1888

A i 7 i ' 's -AJBZLdEjSTE, DICKINSON OOTTJSTTY, EZA-ISTSS. PEBETJAEY 9, 1888. "VOL. 5. NO. 3- - - - - 4 ' --J sySzfe-SiM-SSpOSl ,ijj53sjSsJigs llTTTi REFLECTOR. H j I From Wednesday's Dally. Sale of Lots. The Abilene Real Estate Company today made the following sale of lots : To J. J. Hemesy, of Elgin. 111., two lots on Fourth street and two on Sixth street in Fairview addition. Consider ation, $700. To Abilene Street R. R. Co. lots 19 and 20, block 25, Fairvie.v addition. Consideration, S750. Also three lots in Shipe's addition. Consid eration, $400. Bound for the Asylum. Sheriff Xaill left on today's noon train for Topeka, in charge of Patrick Hogm, who was adjuged insane a tew days ago, and whom he is now taking to tin asylum. On some subjects Mr. Ilogin appears to be as sane as anyone, while on others he is far from "lefl headed." It is to be hoped that with the medical treatment he will receive there he will soon recover. Fat was a bright young man and his present con dition is...

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. — 9 February 1888

IS7"Any pcrsor. who tnltcs the paper regular ly from the ixjst-of.icc, whether directed to h.s iuuoeorv,ketlcr lie is a saoscnbt-r or r.ot, is -responsible for iVj pnv The courts l .vu Otcided that refusing to ice r.ewspnp-rs fro'a the po-t-oCice. or removal and lws2 th"m anailcl fr-r. is prima facsr evidence of r- .-r.:tri-x ki riiAfD. FIRELIGHT. Cot summers noontide glory Infolding mountain hoary, A brea-llh of woven poItJ, Xor moonbeams as they quiver At midnight on the rivor; Nor stanight pure and cold; 'Kor glare of Limps revcallnjj '"he giddy in:ize.- wheeling. Of feet that never tire Can rival in their splendor That mystic charm and tender, A trembling, fitful fire. Tor while the pay light dances "Upon the wall, what fancies Come dancing over tlie soul Come quicker yet and quicker. The more the bright tonsjucs riickcr In lightnings from tie coal. Then palaces are builded. And days unborn are gilded With visionary gleam; "Tis then the memory passes .Dcncath the churchyard irra...

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. — 9 February 1888

M t J SUGGESTIONS TO POETS. Professional flint Which. Amateur Ver.se. Blakera May Value. As for subjects," said the modern -poet, "the "world is simply alive with thorn Tn tlif fircf. TJrnn thnm ?c tho morning paper, suggesting subject frnr sohinnh A n mhT on nlnrt eye and rather a wingy imagination gent s Park, mil probably be that will find enough material in a morn-' he, SLt l be spoken of as our young ing paper for an epic, a lyric or two, ; Nation The missing link, it is true, and half a dozen assorted elegie3. ay yet be wanting, but it is Immiliat Equally suggestive is observation, I ,nZ' to be forc,e( ' after watching the There are a hundred droll, weird, I "omer, and the Chimpanzee Sally, melancholy things happening everv few j ,n the n.ext ca?e to the conclusion that minutes. All you need do is to keep the, hair3 creatures behind the bars your eyes about you somewhere, and '. J11'1 :1,e, nineteenth-century people in use them on the slightest provocation. 'ront of them have ...

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. — 9 February 1888

Rill Abilene Reflector. Thursday, February 9, 1888, HENRY LITTS, Editor. JL, T. & S. F. R. K. Going North. Passenger. ,'I: P rrelght 10:45 a.m. Going .East. Passenger & -m Freight... 3:15p.m. SAUNA BUA.NCII. tiomg west. Passenger. 7:30 p. m. Trelght .11:00 a m. Betnrning to Abilene. Passenger. 9;4 nL rreigm m. UNION PACIFIC RAILWAY. OOINO WEST. Western Express No. 203 3:33 a. m. Paelflc " " 201 :i:W p. m. OOIKO EAST. last Express No. 202 Ar. 12:10 p. m.,Lv. 12:23 p.m Atlantic Express No. 201 110 a. m. Kock Island Time Table. Going West. Passenger jj:10 p. m. ireignu .,8:40 a.m. Going East Pa?inper. 9:E0a.m, Freight :25 p.m. Kansas raised last year $107,000,000 worth of produce. The two good years now coming will mop all the mortgages up and leaye us with a surplus as big as that worrying the general govern ment. A Blizzard by any other name would blow as hard; for wind is wind, and snow is snow on the sterile shores of Massachusetts just the same as on the fertile prairies o...

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. — 9 February 1888

TffamsaBaammmiBi r I hive your pres'Tj'tioh- coLiponnk-d ' at Jonn M. GleisMier'b iJiiiprSioi-. eat side of lh ad waj , n i . Ud sir. e 30-ly THE REFLECTOR. Official Paper of Cmptj anfl City. L. H. LITTS & CO., Proprietors. Thursday, February 9, 1888. LOCAL AtfD OTHERWISE. From Monday's Daily. A man mav write, and a mm may print. And eiit a paper m ny a iu ; But he &ti'i ifieji-e ev ry chump. Ihut be telss to Crae off ihr dump, Because he .tint built that way. Rohrer's Sunday Chronicle's will make its first appearance next Sunday, sure. Coat tail flotation is the la' est. Wrinkled and with dusty toe maiks, means I have sooken to your f.tther. Mr. Showers, of Lancaster, Pa., win has taken a position in Mr. II.irgieaves' establishment, is a line Miigcr, and li ? joinded the choir ot the :5t. John's church. The Y. M. C. A. 003'a, who had been to Manhattan attending the couterenee of the Y. M. 0. A. theie, returned home on this moraine's train. They repoit having had a splendid ...

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. — 9 February 1888

npi EQEESSSZSE ABILENE BEFLECTOR PUBLISHED BY I,. EL LITTS & CO. BLESSED ST. VALENTINE, My love, tho' she be fair and soft. Hath ready -wit with tongue or pen; And this, tho' I have marked It oft, Well hath she proved to me again. For I had loved her many a day, Vet could my anxious eyes not seo The smallest sign that might betray One wish of hers to favor me. Iow good Saint Valentine be blessed, For he it was who fired my heart, "When thus the maiden I addressed. In halting lines of doubtful art: fI lovo a lass, and long for "Yes,' But fear a -No.' All day 1 sigh. Pray help me out of this distress ' "What would you do if you were II" "When came her answer, it was writ In hurried hand, and marked "Post-haste. "With heart aflame I opened it, And there these gracious words were traced: ,M Were I a man who loved a lass, And longed for Yes,' but feared a 'No,' I would not let a minute pass Before I plumply told her sol" nailer Clark', in Tvl-BiU. THE ANT'S BRAIN. Almost Infinitesima...

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. — 9 February 1888

- JJJH-1UO f T ' ABILEiNE REFLECTQK PUBLISHED BY .. Hl- LITTS & CO. COUSINS. I met her in the summer by the !oud-resoaad- ing sea, And I thought it quite pscaliar sho should waste hor time oame. 'When I begped an explanation she devoutly bowed her head: "I will tell you, you're a fellow alter my own heart."' she said, lI assumed the post of suitor, as I thought it not a sin "To have her think me more than kind, a little less of kin. For the fellowship of cousm3, if they bs of dif ferent sex. -Has forever been a trouble and I fear 'twill ever vex. 31 read to her from Byron in a tent pltchsd on the sand; ""With the freedom of relationship, I often pressed her hand; 4 Or in h crMky, rattling gig wc Joggled thro" the lanes "While- my i-weetest of divinities shoo!: out the leathern reins. "Till at last I looked upon her as a very tender fnend; (Thus man's fellowship with cousins, if they're fascinating, end. 1 I recalled to my remembrance from some clos-.t of my head -'You're n fello...

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. — 9 February 1888

Young Man of Abilene, You Too. Here, young man of "Wa-Keeney, go to work; get off that box and qnit whitling and growling and get a job and be cheerful. If you can't sell goods, saw ice; if you can't handle cash, carry coal do something. Act 1 If something don't turn up, take hold of it flat-sided and turn it up. Be a man for six-bits a day if you can't get a. dollar, yes, take fifty cents a day for doing something,ratherthan lay beside the stove and complain for worse than nothing and be "dubbed" a loafer to boot. Rustle ! Test your muscle, strike hard, hit often ; this is the boom that wins. Trego County Republican. A Miracle. Grasp the meaning of these figures relative to Kansas: Population in 1870 345,000 Population in 1880 990,000 Population in 1888 1,700,000 Gain in seventeen years 1,350,000 Gain in seven years 710,000 Again: During the year 1887,, 2,100 miles of railroad were built in Kansas, one-fourth of the total mileage of the state! Today the output of all the coal mines...

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. — 16 February 1888

in i i 'T inmiif mh . l. .- .rfJBflt ABILENE REFLECTOR 'VOL. 5. AJBILEITE, DICKHZSTSOZST COTJjSTTTT, KIAJSrS.S. FEBRTJA.R3r 16, 1888. 2STO. 35- . i i 5 yj From Saturday's Daily. fsrsonal. The County Commissioners yesterday purchased a lot in the Abilene cemetery for old soldiers. Born to Mr. and Mrs. mont two boys both Who will beat it V Geo. DeBeau the same age. J. II. Lucas, formerly editor of the Abilene Chronicle, now of Bunker Hill, jpame down to the city at noon. Mr. and Mrs. Mac II. Jolley leave to- lorrow for St. Louis, to remain per- lanently. Mrs. Jolley stops at Kan sas Uitv for a week to visit .airs. Julias J Curtis. I Thos. Kirby and his daughter Ger- f trude, returned yesterday afternoon ? from Johnstown, Pa., where they had been to attend the funeral of his 1 mother. Over one hundred farmers were in- terviewed today by a representative of the Reflectok and all report the wheat prospects equal to the best ever known m our county. Paul Schlegel, John Schwendener and Ott...

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. — 16 February 1888

ifft n"-. . X rm x n ABILENE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED BY T-,. TT. LTTTS & CO. "" ME AND BOB AND JIM." Yes, sir, -we're sailor's children; We live there by the sea. And father went off with the fleet A month ago. may be, And mother feels so badly To have him gone away, If 'twasn't for us children here I think she'd cry all day. Yon see there's me and Bobby, And then here's little Jim, He always hangs back 'cause he's 'frald That folks will speak to him. He never knew his mother, She died so long ago. And then his father, too, was lost In last year's awful blow. And father said as long as He'd sailor's heart in him, There'd always surely be a place To she.'ir little Jim. He thinks he's ours for truly. And laughs and acts so glad "When father comes, you ought to sea Him hug, and call him "Dad." But often in the summor We children like to go To where the little church-yard lies, The sailors' church, you know. His mother's there, so always Wc put some flowers from Jim, "We want him to rem...

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. — 16 February 1888

1 1 ABILENE BEFLECTOR y PUBLISHED BY ' Tj- h. litts & CO. OWNERSHIP. X)W Fanner Boggs, of Boff?y Brook, "Went to the County Fair, And with his wife, ho nrollad around To ee the wonder thiro. ""Thnt horse," hfs said, "Grey Z35I0 "Wire, "Will take tho highest prize; .But our old Dobbin lou1 as wuH And better to ray eyes. He is, I kRow, -what folks cill slow. It's for the safest way to go : Some sec, perhaps, micht think it strange, I really should nut lilc to change. "'And those fat oxen Buok and BnUt .Don't havs f-o large a sirth. Nor match like thrin, just to a hair. But I know what they're worth. They're good to ioif, and Rood to draw. You stronger pullers nerer saw. And alwavn mind my 'jres. and hiw. Some folks, perhaps raicht think it htran;e, I rially shouldn't want to change." "That Devon hoifer cost, I heard, A thousand dollar: now," Said Mrs. Botrjjs. "my Crumple Horn Is just a good a eorr; Her mils, I'm surc.'s the Tory best, II er butter is Vmi yelloe3t: Sosij folks, pe...

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. — 16 February 1888

Hare your prescriptions compounded at Jbnn M. Gleissner's Drugstore, easl aide of Broadway, rr. 3d street. 39-13 THE REFLECTOR, 0fficl3l Paper of Coity ail City .'""- ' ' L. H. LITTS & CO., Proprietors. Thursday, February 16, 1888. LOOM, AND OTEESWISE. Editor Davis, of the Salina Evening Herald, is constantly improving thai paper. It now ranks with the leading evening daljps of tlip state. There are strange rumors afloai about some stranger combinations be ing made for che campaign this fall ii Dickinson county. If the story, as told by those purporting to know, is correct, the lion and the lamb have not onh lain down together, but all the little lions and gentle lambs are frolicing to gether like a litter of little puppies, and the way to the Senate and legisla turehonor and glory is thrown wide. open and yearns to receive them. One of our numerous colonels is re ported to aspire to the position of State Senator. If the Eeflectok. is noi mistaken Dickinson county has nevei bad ...

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. — 16 February 1888

Abilene Reflector Thursday, February 16, 1838, HENEY LITTS, Editor. From Monday's DaHjr.J J. H. Engle, principal of the Chap man schools, spent Sunday in Abilene. Miss Susie Scherer and Mis Marguer ite Baker visited Enterprise yesieidav. Miss Mamie Envin returned to hei home in Chapman on Sunday's noon train. Mrs. M. A, Schriver Ipft on Sunday's afternoon train for Solomon to visit friends. Charley Ilough, foreman on tin Enterprise Independeut,vas in Abilen Sunday. "William Ungg, day clerk at the Stan ton, returned fiom hisTopeka trip th morning. J. II. Mshan and wife left at nooi for Topeka and Kansas City, to h away about a week. Charley Tudor and Miss Laura Wil liams returned Lliis morning from : visit to lrieuds in Vine Creek. C. A. Kenyon went down to Junc tion on today's noon train to attemi the session of the Grand Lodjje. Miss Josie Dixun. of Junction Cit who has been vhiimg lnends here I'm a few days, returned home Sunday noon. Will Xorton. engaged in the Santa Fe auditor's...

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. — 16 February 1888

tp Aavpersos who toi:e6 tho paper regular ly Trem the post-office, whether directed to his name orwhether be is a subscriber or not, is responsible Tor tha pay. The courts have decided that refusing to take newspapers from tho post-ofricc or removing and leaving them uncalled for. is prima facie evidence of ixtentionai. thaud. 1V5Y FIRST VALENTINE. -O, many long, long years a?o Whose lapse Til not define, "When life was in its morning glow, t f CamemytirstrValentine. " "The breath of floVrs, the song of birds. Framed in and out with loving words. Again, ah yes.'and yet again I mused upon the line .A "poser" to my .young heart then 'O, be my Valentine." But girt around with mystery's sheen, 2 queried not what it might mean. Hot was I with the problem to sited, For scorning mystic sign A handsome school boy next day asked: "Where is your Valentine." "With cheeks aglow and eyes ashine, I answered: "What's a Valentino!" "A Valentine. "Why," stammered he, "You half confuse a feller; t 'T...

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. — 16 February 1888

BENNIE AND NANNIE. S"u First Ripple on the Smooth Surface of Their Young l.ove. "Ben Harker, I don't care, you're just as mean as yon can be." O, now, Kan, you're joking." "Xo. I ain't, no'such thing!" "Yes-, 3011 are." "I ain't! And if you think you can lead, me around bj the nose, you're very much mistaken." "Pshaw, Nan, what havo I " "don't play second fiddle to no one, Mr. Ben Harker!" "O. you don't?" "No, I don't, and Til let you know "it! von think I care any thing for you? Pooh!" "Of course you do." "Humph! over my left shoulder!" "O. come, Nan, yot: know you think I'm sweet .vj sorghum." "Now, vou think that's smart!" "Well, isn't it?" "I'd ask if I was yoijj You think you're dreadful sharp anyhow." "O, of course I do." Better look out or you might fall down and cut yourself smarty!" "O, say; let's kiss and make up." "Yes, I think I see myself! Go and Iciss your dear, sweat, hc&u-tec-ful, lovely, Viny Jackson if you want to .kiss any body." "O-o-o, so it's Viny that's pu...

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. — 16 February 1888

Eailway building will be resumed in Kansas ere many weeks pass by with unusual rapidity. Now it is John L. Sullivan who is talked of as editor of a sporting papir to be established in Boston. John L. would make a model editor, a good re form editor he could institute radical reforms and have no back talk. Car lisle Volunteer. The Globe Democrat is publishing the fact that "Gov. Foraker will lead the Ohio delegation to Chicago and be Sherman's spokesman in the conven vention," goes on to say that "Garfield did something of this kind in 1850, and we know what the result, was," from which one would infer that the Globe suspects a woodpile in the Ohio delegation -with a colored gentleman concealed. Ex. Why should the Hon. John Sherman waste his breath in discussing the tariff before the United States Senate except as an advertisement for himself as a presidential candidate ? Assured ly he does not expect the Senate to do anything with the tariff. He ougnt to have delivered that speech b...

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. — 23 February 1888

iA fi ? s?l X, I r REFLECTOR. A -RTT .TmSTF., DICiKHSTSOlT COTDSTTY, KANSAS. FEBETJAEY 23, 1888. VOL. 5. USTO. 36. - $f jf ft 9 V B I m m ri 'IBwlffBywgB ' waBifiB V From Thursday's Daily. i F. Keller, of Hope, a brother to j our old-time townsman, Davp Keller, has made a trade with A. JefTcoat for his livery stables, aud will take posses sion March 1st. It is rumored that J. F. Berry & Co., of Concordia, will shortly remove their stock of general merchandise to this city. We trust there is some truth in the rumor, aud if there is we will glad ly welcome them. In Business for Himself. M. D. Good, who for a long time has been engaged as clerk for Steil & Zahner and later G. C. Sterl & Co., h;is iesicned his position with that firm and will shortly go into the wholesale and retail boot and shoe business with Mr. Zahner at Concordia, Kansas. Mr. Good will manage the entire business in the interest of the Dim Mr. Zahner will remain in Abilene and will shortly engage in an en...

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