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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 27 September 1888

-3 V (p ih ti " ' v T " "??w? VOL. VI. ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, SEPTEMBER 27, 1888. NO. 5. It' A tf U ki jumeiw ft We want all the GOOD HIM liOAH WB CLAJST GET, At as Favorable a Rate of Interest as can be obtained elsewhere. SSfCall on us before you make your Loan.,jgS The Abilene Mortgage Co. Office up-stairs over Citizens Bank. M Men 15, '6,-iy It is rumored that there is a scheme on foot to haul poor old Thurman off the track and put Gray, o Indiana, in his place. School-house meetings in every dis trict in the county is what will be seen inside of one month. The campaign is wide open. The greatest event of next year will be when the country sees President Harrison March fourth. It will at the same time see President Cleveland march forth. It now transpires that the man who sent $12,000 to Mayor Hewitt, of New York, for the yellow fever sufferers, with strict injunctions that his name jnhouUl not be made public, was Levi P. Moitou, Jirotlier Galioway seems to be about ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 27 September 1888

ABILENE REFLECTOR -PUBLISHED Bt- BEELF.CTOH PUBLISHED COMPANY: CUEBENT COMMENT. Hundreds of lives have be;n lost 'through floods in Algeria. The total salmon pack of Alaska this season is seven thousand cases. The bullion in the Imperial Bank of St- Petersburg: amounts to 211,472,495 roubles. The next meeting- of the sovereign grand lodge of Odd Fellows will be ield in. Columbus, O. Rev. De. Tkavelli, of Sewickly, Pa., father of the kindergarten system of America, died recently. Alt. ports in Portuguese India have "been declared infected with cholera by the British Foreign Office. King Milan has formally complained to King Charles, of Roumania, of his having received Queen Natalie at Bucharest, declaring the act to have been insulting to him. In French official circles no credit was given to the report via San Fran cisco that two hundred French marines and thousands of natives had been killed in the Marquesa islands. The owners of the German news paper, the Social Dcmokrat, w"hich h...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 27 September 1888

ABILESE REFLECTOR -PUBLISHED BY EEFLECTOR FUBLISHINd COMPANY. MY FORMER SELF. I know thee not, my youthful friend! And yet I think that I can trace, As wistfully I gaze and bend. Something familiar in thy face Methinks I've seen thy ruddy cheek. Thy brow ttnwrinkled. fair and high. Thy pleasant smile that seems to speak. Thy dark brown hair thy sparkling eye ! When did I know thee Thou art fair And I am frail and full of woe. My aching brow is seamed with care 'Twas surely in the long ao ! How changed ami: whilo thou 'rt the same As when I knew thee fresh and young; Love in thine eyes, a living flame. And tuneful witcheries on thy tongue! Thy heart was strong, thy step was light, Ambition frolicked In thy brain. And dared to dream of dizzier height Than mortal effort could attain. Thy fancies wandered unconQncd, Wild as the storms on mountain crest, And free as gentlest summer wind That wantons on the ocean's breast, Time seemed before thine eager eyes To stretch inimitably long; To...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 27 September 1888

-y Motor.- HOP' Bl MIGHTY CUT! THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 18SS. Tie Beflector Pnlsiig Company. JOHN J.OOOPEB, President. O. L. HOOBE, Vice President. RICHARD WARING, Secretary A. W. BICE. Treasurer. The greater part of our MAMMOTH FALL AND WINTER STOOK is now in. Oiir Mr, Bishop spent three weeks in the eastern markets buying this enormous stock, and we can assure the people of Abilene and Dickinson County that those three weeks were spent in searching after bargains, which we are now going: to give our customers aiid the trade generally the advantage of- Never have we been able to -buy goodi so cheap as we have this lall Never have we marked our Goods on so small a margin of profit as we have this J1, But we realize the closeness of the times, and we propose to move sticks of merchandise and to do this we shall put the knife in DEEP right at the beginning. CUT! CUT! CUT! is our motto. Give the customer the VERY BE3T BARGAINS POSSIBLE FOR THEIR OASH. and we are sure that with our Enorm...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 27 September 1888

.ess tban six weeks remain until elec- ion audeveryjlay counts. Th"e w V ea .1 Fishe LllgtOl norni jeing ifter iponj andfE r'eerat lersl leigh chest aroke ye J no) all of of c foroi ,tS onl ' Grsfi uallyJbX byH abloj tivel prise more yean '- men. A Result of the Display. Aud Still Another. source will "be knocked clear in the shade bvJ.k3.-rvA- - f fje Itefiwtor. SUPPLEMENT. Webb Wilder gives a double-leaded column to his own observation of tbe wonderful desertion from Cleveland to Harrison going on in New York State. The New York Sun says that, "Grover now announces a protective projrram." Yes, His Accidency is pretty rapidly getting on both sides of all questions. Judge John Martin's best argument in bis speeches is a whisky bottle which he carries with him wherever he got s Does Kansas want a walking saloon for governor? A.n Anarchist Bomb Has Struck ROTH m' CHILD m V CLOTHING EMPORIUM, AND CUT PRICES RIGHT IN TWO. Fam,wi riifWii,E3ri,!iiiarin ""1" M -ML JMzJLiSm M u Men's Suits ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 27 September 1888

If V. fc v hr Have your prescriptions compounde. at John M. Gleiasner's Drufr Storp east side of Broadway, cor. 3d st. 39-1 y t Icjledor. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 271885. Official Paper of Comfy ait City. The October term court is approaching. of the district Our genial county clerk, M. H. Bert, is busily engaged on tax rolls. -- Horsemen from all parts of the State will be present two weeks from today. i - T There is said to be a scarcity of $100 bills in town. We confess, we hadn't noticed it. T?ead the list of Republican meet ings iu this county as published else where. It will pay you. Republicans throughout the county are waking up and preparing for vic tory for the whole ticket from top to bottom. m i i The old Salvation barracks which are used for a school room are being divided into two apartments, it having been found necessary to put in another teacher. Reduced railroad rates is all that is necessary to insure a large attendance from all parts of the State at the races. Already...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 27 September 1888

READ THIS CAREFULLY. mirTraprante Jfcn Should Cast Their Lot with the Republican I'arty. 1 The following letter of inquiry by a prohibitionist and reply, published in the Independent, seem3 to us so per tinent and conclusive that we repub lish it. and ask a careful perusal: 'Jo tht Elilor of the Indepenlent: Yon say: "It is every man's duty to cast his vote." But suppose one is undecided as to whom or what party he shall vote for! You observe: "If ho fails through Indifference he Is no patriot. If he fails through cowardice he does not deserve the franchise." Ift Trhat if he fails through inability to decide which party it is his duty to vote for? Take my own case: 1. I do not wish to throw my vote away by Toting for the third party, though I am a radl-sfc- Prohibitionist. 2. I revolt against the Democratic party: it is confessedly "rnm-soafced." I abominate its traditions, and utterly dislike its attttude on the Temperance and Civil-Service reform ques tions. I am so much opposed t...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 27 September 1888

Is s4 w h w SILVER JUBILEE. Celebration of Archbishop Corrlsan'a Snc crdotnl Silver .Inbilee at St. Patrick' Cathedral, Xpir York An Occasion of Great Oicnltj- ami Religions Pomp. NewYoek, Sept 20. Tho twenty-fifth anniversary of the ordination of Area bishop Corrigp.n as a priest was cele brated to-day bv a pontifical hin mass in St Patrick's Cathedral. At half past ten o'clock, when the services opened, every seat in the cathedral and even the aisles was filled by a distinguished audi ence. In the sacristy over two hundred priests and altar boya were gathering, robing themselves for the mass. Prompt ly at 10:S0 the procession was formed, led by the priests and monsigDors, the visiting bishops, the Archbishop and twenty altar boys following ia the order named. The Archbishop, laying aside Lis royal robes, walked to tho altar and began tho celebration of the mass. He was as sisted by Monsignor Preston. Assistant priest T. J. JlcCloskey, deacon of the masfc,and others. After the sole...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 27 September 1888

SXESS&aES H. H. HAZLETT & CO.'S Second Grand Annual Drawing of a Fine Top Buggy! Eyeryone buying one dollars' worth of goods in any part of the store will receive a ticket entitling him to one chance in the Grand Drawing. k' i Clothing Department. Thfi largest stock of Men's ever brought to Abilene. This . : SMALLEST MRGKDSTS. We will not be undersold, and to prove this we want you to call and examine our goods and get our prices. The ; many years' experience we have had in business in this city has made us thoroughly acquainted with the wants of the public in this line. Having, in the selection of our stock, ' purchased a large line of goods, from the very finest to the strong working suit, we are able to supply Every IPersoii aiM we wn warraut a to De tne best, as We Sell No i 1 LtrFiiially, we wish jou all Hhest ihake. Remember, it only f , . Wit lit flector. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 18SS. Official Paper of County ani City. Teachers Institute at Detroit next j.Saturday. i ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 4 October 1888

' 'zo ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, OCTOBER 4, 1888. VOL. VI. NO. 6. fleflCCT0f. i We want all the GOOD MEM LOANS -wis onsr get, At as Favorable a Rate of Interest as can be obtained elsewhere. SCall on us before you make your Loan.jgs The AMlene Mortgage Co. Office up-stairs over Citizens Bank.. iy When we remember that Cleveland received only 23,000 plurality in all the 38 States of the Union in 1884, Maine's 20,000 assumes interesting proportions When he was finally elected by barely 1100 votes in aState where the strength of his party is sadly divided today, it does not require a very strong grasp of faith for the average Republican to see victory. Then there are Xew Jersey, Connecticut and Indiana to fall back upon should !New York finally go for the big fellow. Mr. St. John, one of the leaders of that Democratic side show, the Third Party, declares that the chief objection tcthe Mills bill is that it doesn't go far enough in the direction of free trade. This is the honest...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 4 October 1888

-r ABILENE MFLECTOB -PUBLISHED TJY BEFLECTQfi PDBLISBIN& COMPAH- OUBBENT COMMENT. The latest hobby of the Baroness Burdett-Coutts is giving prizes for flower culture to the poor children of London ragged schools. 3Iiss JIaky A. Gkeexe, of Boston, -who recently received from Boston University the degree of hachelor of laws, has been admitted to the bar, and will open jl law office in Boston. Mrs. Fea-k Leslie is enthusiastic in her admiration of M. Ferdinand de Lesseps, who called on her in Paris the other day. She predicts that he will live to see the Panama canal fin ished. Chief Justice Fullee has left his law practice in Chicago, valued at $-25,000 a year, to S. S. Gregory and two young men who have been in his office William 3L Booth and S. X. Harlan. Mr. Harlan is a son of Chief Justice Harlan, of Kentucky. TnE steamer City of Xew Tork ar rived at Queenstown on the 28th, making the passage from Sandy Hook in seven days and twenty-three hours. She met several gales, during w...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 4 October 1888

.-, - i l' B ;- -v u ABILENE REFLECTOR -P0BI.ISHED BT BEFLFJSTOH PUBLISHIN& COMPANY, THE HARVEST. I watca the golden billows awaiting the sickles keen, While the corn stands waiting yonder, a splen did, glittering sheen; I hear the reapers coming with merry shout and song. Then I see the bUlows railing in solid ranks along. The grain not only falling, bat the tender flowers, too, And with tuem tares and thistles are scattered through and through; For the reaper reaps a harvest that is heavy for the blade, While the voice ofthe master calleth: "It must not be delayed!" And thus Is the mighty harvest in all our glori ous land Tie reaper blithe and happy, there is joy on every hand; For toil is sweet to the faithful, reward will come at last, So the reaper sings and labore until daylight hours are past. I see the harvest over, and mountains of golden gram Await the thresher's pleasure, and it shall not ivaitinrain; For I hear the hum of engines and clatter of taming wheels Let us w...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 4 October 1888

j-" v-tr-1 4 Wl GREAT -:- GUNS WHA -OV LOj-x A o2 3 G. C. STEEL & CO. have got them. G. C. STEEL & CO. want to sell them. . G. C. STEEL & CO. will sell them. G. C. STEEL & CO. are selling them. BEAUTIFUL OVERCOATS for $7.50 to S10.00. HANDSOME OVERCOATS for $12,50 to 515.00. C-A-I-.I- -AOtflD SEE TXEEa; TK7"E ZZl&O'W "STO" TXTILL B-CTSr. GREAT GUNS, WHAT UNDERWEAR! Gc O. BT"E3EIIj & CO. are loaded down with. Underwear. Gr. G STEEL Sd CO. want to sell the Underwear. Gr. C. STEEL & CO. are selling Underwearnow. Gr. C STJERL Sd CO. show everything in Underwear. Gr- O- STBBL & OO- "W-A-TSTT EYEBYBODY TO SIEIE THIS TTIETDEIR WEAR;. . "V y- ITS 13 ii S3 15 See our Men's Solid Button Shoe for $1.75. See anr Esn's iolid Calf Shoe for $2.00. See our Eton's Pine Calf Shoes for $3.50. See us on all kinds of Men's G. C. STEEL tie Mtdn. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4th, 1888. Tie Releetsr f jHttlii Coajaiy. jeHHJ.OOOPK, Pratlaent. O. L. BOOM. Tix PrMiaant. MCHARD TT ASHT. Ba...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 4 October 1888

r 3 s y mMmmmimMm Hvp vpur irPSiMipti''imc"m o nd at ' '. " j? "tore eas' i i cor. 3d -. . 39- y P & IGHTY CUT! llje Hejbctw. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 188S n i a' I ak r fcjr 3 x . i m lr f V lene i- represenied Eobert Allen, who was burned by an explosion of gasoline in the Arcade the ther day, is still confined to a dark room and is unable to see at all. Five boys riding on a load of hay near Dillon Saturday were all thrown to the ground and seriously injured, the accident being caused by the team running away. Fortunately none were killed. McPherson turned out 200 people to listen to a prohibition speech last evening. Why, "Hois" can call a big ger crowd than that at the auction sale of a hayrake and a second hand pair of boots. hi The Solomon Sentinel says that while the Democrats have honored two Solomonites with places on their ticket it cannot support them, being after a clean sweep this fall, We ad mire the Sentinel's fidelity. Bead carefully the list of Republican meetings ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 4 October 1888

-- 'y.-- " -Tr N. A TWO CAMPAIGN POEMS. Grover llcvcric. Once upon a midn-.ght dreary, ?T " "Whire I pondered weal: and weary, T7o3deriag ir thu Busy tellers yet bad counted '. up the vote, "While my ansious fears kept rising "With a haUa most enterprising. How I cursed tbe fata that placed me In the Democratic boat. For I knew tbat It was sinking. That it; gp.nt then was sinking. Up the shores of old Salt River thero forsver rcore to be. And my gentle heart was broken By those words as yet unspoltca That would tell me that the people nad about enough of mc. Sol waited. tll a tapping. As of some one neatly rappia?. Boused me from my dreary slumber as I ne'er was roused before. And I rubbed my eyes and started. Sick and faint and weary hearted, And I leaned against the mantel as I opened wide the door. There upon the threshold standing. jn an aurxuue commanumg, "Was a black and somber-looking species ol tie genus crow. And it said in tones of sorrow: "Grover, darl'Dr. on the morrow. ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 4 October 1888

N B'-AIN INTERVIEWED. He Can "Tint lt Snilit.-eii to Enter Into a Cnntrovcra-f Orer Cnnklln's Onw. IS'it Z'laltttH Sin IiiicTPPliu; St-itfini-nH Anrntt'ii" TI-iios Cni-eroa br Air. Cim:.- lins'. Allc-cl I-rttrr. AccrsTA, Me., Sspt 23. TJie Kennebec . Tournal lo-day publishes the following: "A representative of this paper called on Mr. Blaine yesterday to ask if he des-ircd to sav anything in answer to the recent! v published letter attributed to the laic Senator Coaklinp. Mr. Blaine said: 'Nothing could induce me to enter Into a. controversy over Mr. Conkling's grave. During our joint service in Congress iome fcbcteen years in all we had soma jxasperating controversies, bat I never spoke or wrote a word concerning him 2xcept publicly, and now that hi is dead, my lips are sealed against every form of criticism or unkind expression, no mat ter what may be the impra'lence or in justice of any of his surviving friends." Our reportor asked Mr. Blaine if he had noticed that doubt had been...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 4 October 1888

" i .&Ji : H. H. HAZLETT & CO.'S ZIJJ1 iro fj isBSre. ctz.ajn'gbz js Second Grand Annual Drawing of a Fine Top Buggy! Ereiryooe buying one dollars' worth of goods in any part of the store will receive a ticket entitling him to one chance in the Grand Drawing. A Clotliing Department. The largest stock of Men's Boys' and Youths' Clothing ever brought to Abilene. This stock will be sold on the ' SMALLEST MA.RG-HSTS. We will not be undersold, and to prove this we want you to call and examine our goods and get our prices. The many years' experience we have had in business in this city has made us thoroughly acquainted with the wants of the public in this line. Having, in the selection of our stock, purchased a large line of goods, from the very finest to the strong working suit, we are able to supply Every !PeiSOIl and we will warrant all to be of the best, as We Sell No Shoddy Goods. HATS .A-ILTZD CAIS. Remember, that in Hats and Caps we carry a full line of all the latest style...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 11 October 1888

Qt rfv K f ' S' IWcla Merlw ft "' ' WTt t 't ' VOL. VI. ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, OCTOBER 11, 1888. NO. 7. .V We want all the GOOD fill IiOAIfS . "WIKI O-AJST GET, At as Favorable a Rate of Interest as can be obtained elsewhere. BSPCall on us before you make your Loan.igfl The AMlene Mortgage Co. Office up-stairs over Citizens Bank. " Mch 15, '8S,-ly The Democrats are telling the farm ers that when they buy $100 worth of tools they get $55 worth of tools and 845 worth of "protection." The Mount Kisco Becorder thus neatly dis poses of this discussion: "If this is true, when a fanner buys a Buckeye mower for $50, he is paying $22.50 more for it than it Is worth, and more than the same machine could be bought for if the tariff of 45 per cent, were taken off. The Democrat who makes that statement utters a deliberate falsehood. The cheapest mower made in England is the "Albion," made by Harrison, McGregor & Co., of Leigh, Lancashire. The price is 16 16s., or $84 in American ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 11 October 1888

r m WHAT IS A TARIFF? Whom Doci It Benefit? "Who Pays the Dntlen? Arnvren to a Working-man's Questions. WHAT 13 A TAKITF? Working-man I rend a good deal nowadays ADout the tariK,, especially since the Presi dent's message appeared. What is meant by lanfl! Answer That plan of raising money lor the expenses or Government, by which It is col lected at the custom-houses, from duties upon imports, and cot taken directly from the people b7 excise or internal revenue taxes. W. What are the advantages of this plan? Ans. It is the cheapest way to get the necessary revenue, and it saves the people from Che annoying visitations of tax-gatherers. It is the plan, which was adopted when the present Government was established in 1783. and has. except in the emergency of war, been adhered to over since to the exclusion of all others. WHO PAYS THE DUTIES? W. Who pays tho duties collected at the is torn -houses? Ans. If tho articles imported are such se aro largely produced here, the foreign producer...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 11 October 1888

-i Y K MORTON'S ACCEPTANCE. Letter of the Republican Vlcc-PresIdcntlal Xomlnce Strong Indorsement of 1'ro tectlon. New York, Oct. a The following is Hon. Levi P. Uorton's letter of accept ance: To Hon. 31. 31. Ette and other, eommititc BiiiNixxiyr, N. Y., Oct. 2, 18S8. Gentleracn: tn making formal acceptance of my nomination as the Republican car.uidate for the Vire-Presl Scncy, I desire to express my grateful apprecia tion of the confidence reposed In me by ths convention. The duties devolving upon the Vice-President as Presiding Ofilcer of the Sen ate and in certain contingencies a participant m the legislation of Congress, makes it proper that the people'shonld know distinctly and un reservedly the political views of the candidate who may be presented for their suflrase. It fortcnatcly happens that this duty for my self is easily discharged by referring to the principles embodied in the resolutions unan: mously adopted by the National convention These resolutions, unequivocal and...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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