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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 23 June 1892

fVQir -JTW" "wjBBVJlpwTWHjTf- Hj, iii;w '-jrTTwr7Wini. rf" j' He Selector. THUKSDAV, JUNK 23, 1892. BEOENTRETLEOTIONS. B. F. Xlliart has been rc-cngagcd M principal of the Herlngton ichools nt $125 a month. Hopo Is never dull. A man throw a atone at a cat in tbo street there Monday evening nnd broko n 10 plate glasa window, The cat was not hurt. Frank O'Hellly ACo., of Junction City, are reported to havo sold recently to Ohio patties Ilusscll I)., their tno year old pacer for $3, CO. This famous colt paced In 2:14 this season. County Clerk .Nottnrf Is busy on the almost lnlcrmlrtlnulo task or cor recting overy assessment In tho county as made necessary by tho changes made by tho board of equalization. li. I). Arnold, who has been on tho Enterprise Journal, has been engaged to teach higher mathcrmatlcs In Cen tral college next year, lie wilt con duct the Sheridan county Institute. J. V llrlenthal, of Enterprise, Is chairman of the stale alliance conven tion. Brledenthal la rich, dres...

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. — 23 June 1892

n;iwpmHWW iii)iaiiii)iiwwnpiw yiniM in' 'in mmi'i" J.4KKP-- f-;Vi ABILENE WEEKLY REFLECTOR, ABILENE, KANSAS,' JUNE 23, 1892. f " WITH CANADA. WHY HE RESIGNED. 4 The President on Roclprooltjr Ne gotiations. Tho Reason Given tor Mr. Blaine's Aotlon. MS STATE PAPER TO THE SENATE. JOHN W. FOSTER THE CAUSE OF IT. p R & In Which II He com mendi Thut ConrrcM l'rocced to KetaUnU t'pon th Domin ion Government In Regard to the MTlctlon of Canadian Canal. VAsntxOTOXf Juno 3L In n nUtfl p n per sent to the senato yesterday In ansu cr to a resolution of Febru ary 24, calling for Information rela tive to reciprocity negotiation with Canada, the president sound the death knell of that project, and deliberately recommend that congress Imme diately proceed to retaliate upon the- Dominion for lU repeated de nial of rights to American citizens ((juaranted by Iho treaty of Washing ton) In connection with the navigation of Canadian canals. The president lu his communication says that hU answer to th...

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. — 23 June 1892

'ty-f-' wrvvw ..Tm'rwijwL'yM.iBiim.. wTg-l-aa ABILENE WEEKLY REFLECTOR. ABILENE, KANSAS, JUNE 23, 1892. -f?- t C3 TTSSSv TO F- r S 1 0 RYfc-. Mcrrv-As rKtvM - - lKutCOciswW "The pat it orcr," he sum. "ana, as it cannot be changed, It In licit to dwell as little as possible on It sorrows, but to fill our mind Instead with thought of the future. You will, no doubt, find a comfortable, happy liorao with your cousin, and in a short time be able to Kaln many good, kind friend. There in a prospect of a long, useful life be fore you, because you am capable of doing much good in tho world nnd arc disposed to employ your talents for bet tering tho lot of mankind." It Is Impossible to describe, the effect theso sober, earnest utterances had on me. They wcro spoken quietly, unos tentatiously, nnd werp, apparently, simply casual remarks, having no Inten tion of instructing or advising, yet they reversed the whole train of my thoughts and put Into my mind a new system of Ideas. l'rcvloii to that...

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. — 30 June 1892

. iv t. V j tifrsnn ',,? fifV 'wyHH"PiT"r Tg "-"'W " -MWK-" "C1T1P frr"" y- bxkm i , If You Want ALL THE NEWS TAKE The Reflector. r GUARANTEED LarcettiCirenlaKon InDlckl . on County, ALL HOME PRINT VOL. IX. isisF&sitt ra ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, JUNE 30. 1892. i Oillclal I'sp.r of Dickinson county. NO. 44. J' Wctkh) L-iv K BUT QUE BALLOT And Olovoland Rocolvod tho Pros ldoatlal Nomination. EARLY HOUR OX THURSDAY MORNING. 11111 Ilrrrlrril 113 Voice anil llolrs 103 Willo There Were inhere Hrstterlns- Clislrman WU.un'e HpeecU and Alio the riatfurin Ciiioaoo. Juno S3. At 10 o'clock yes- tcrclay tho yawning chasms In tho irreat galleries encircling tho delegates vt. M inu ,ui"i- Hon nan were iwing ji. Dickinson n com- v. I. wn.miN. occuplcil by early mltteo of five was delegated (himself com or s. Nhowcra bolng nameil by tho chair as tho head during tho night of tho committee) to notify tho perm.i had vt ashed yestcr-, nent ofllccrs of their election and escort day's sitiok...

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. — 30 June 1892

-.-wn-T -pp.. ABILENE WEEKLY KEFLEQTOR, ABILENE, KANSAS, JUNE 30,1892. f ffic Jlcflcdor. THURSDAY, JUN1!30. 1882. RAILWAY TIME TABLES. o. p. r. a, GOIBSWBtT, .limited KiDretl ItlRPD1, No.7' No.l WgMKilirMS. I Mum. I HA.1A .PrAlffht............ ....ilMft.m. M. 15-Local rrelKht uo.m. eOlHB LIT. No.n-IJmHM ciprpu , ,ll'i)ft.m Jo, Night giprcsi 1 'SHI to, Noji-riflttii 7.Mpm, no. ls-iocal murM ..' mpm Ho. It Btoc TrtUfat - 7ll0pn, Daily excopi DlU! undnv. luauy oxcc pv Mond7, Ml othcri dslljr, A.,T.B.r.n. n. OotngNotlli. rasMrorerdsllr H(MM .... AcoommoOaUOD dalir- oolrm If onth. l'liieoittr dall... ..... . Accommodation dally 21 a. is, .11 ua.ni .I0ii7 n. m .! 15 p. m BAUNA nUANCIl.: Going W.nt. t-uvnuer .. . r an a.m. rraijM . . ..- ins ?" rt.mrolng to Atnlen.. runenrcr - 1MB p. m, Aocoramodatlon H II m' All Santa retrain, dally oirept Mmvlay. HOCK ISLAND It. It. OOlog WMt. No.ec-Frttirhl . 1041a, ra No. 57- Mlland EnrM MUD. O. No.U-Kiprcm -. is sop. in. llolnfr sail. Na. M-Mall and B...

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. — 30 June 1892

""' ""w ") wuiwawi,"njiinimji)i " W f IS""' " ' ) iT-if 'B') T" " - r-rf --v-i-t ABILENE WEEKLY REFLECTOR. ABILENE, KANSAS,- JUNE 30, 1892. ' NERVOUS DEBILITY cured by the use of AVER'S Sarsaparilla Tones the system, makes the weak strong. Cures Others will cure you. p;.tfORKoENi lMirsleliin Coiililn't Cure. X BlDiMinu r, Hamilton Co., Ohio, Judo, 183 . Ona boltla of 1 aitor hocnlo Narva Tonlo ourad ma mlfriilr, after ihy.lclana had tried nn.uocc.afullr for . month, to rcll.vouia ol mitou. d.bUllr. W UUF.NNI.lhLD. Umoi villi-, Mo , Jauuarr, ML I no itncerclp .ay that 1'aitor Koeolg N rta Tbnto lift! acted ttondcrf ul iIum my boy com menced to u.e It bo ha. not had tho .lightest rtnitom. ot nil an. I li getting .tout and kaartr i eTerj one ! .urrirlal at tuo rsaiilt. be. fame I had bought eight bott of tnnllclne. from Jiew York at luiHr bottle tthfch did bo food. llhNMH WAL11I. KaNtl, CltT, Mo , Oot, 8, MO. Died Tailor Kocnlii a Nerve Tonlo for nerv. train... and general Jebtlltr, an...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 30 June 1892

S&TWV' trr frrrW9W y lf f JWWPiJ'JV1 "sT w;'W'HiIWn..i V.r WWiippiyBiMpifMBi l(V WU-7TI(--' v ABILENE WEEKLY RKFLEOTOfi, ABILENE, KANSAS, JUNE 30, 1892. fgftc jkffcrfor. The BeBector FntlUhliLg Company. sxTsxcGTOXirj, 10I1K 3. OOOPKB, O. I MOOBIt klOIIAIlDWAlUNO. II. W. WILSON 0.M.AHQnnABALVT.n.t,K. jonN J. ooopkb,... ... !!i4en; O.U MOOHR,... .... VIPrwldent RICHARD WAlUNO,mMM....M..H... BocreUry a II UARKBR....-... .....JminT RiciUKD WAniNO.lluB.DMa Manager. TT - " ' ' -"" 3 Entered for transmission through the Unt lM State Malls m e-econd class mailer, at the poetoffloe Id Abllona, Dickinson oonn iT.Kan IM. Anonymous communications wilt recelre no attention, Karnes mait accompany artlclM, not necessarily for publication but that wii may know who ar oar contributors. Communications, I fit tort and telegraphic d I patched, tr tended tor publication, should bo addressed toTnx Rkfleotob and all com mnnlnatinna nrvin ttnilnAHM. lnaltldlniT rW HilttAnoefl, adrortlaemsnta and,ordera...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 30 June 1892

''ww-wylpyw'wp'P'w"''f-l'l' '" fw1 ABILENE WEEKLY REFLECTOR, ABILENE, KANSAS, JUNE 30, 1892. rhw-' K-V 3lie Jfefledor. TIIt'HSD.U, JUXU30. 1892. ANNOUNCEMENTS. M5TII1CT CLERK. Iherfttijranaoti..comysilf as a eaniltinlo forCieikof tbo District Coutt, subject 10 tho decUloil of tho republican nonlnallog convention of Dickinson county. p. II HAI.UhUK. ABOUT PEOPLE. St. II, Hlce, uf Vinu Cutk, In lu tlie city. Hubert McMlllrn uf Clnpmin wan visiting lu the city today. Uacii (iili'ulis luck from I'eiitujl viinlii where In spent Iho winter. J It. lliirton went to Chicago to attend a meeting of tho WorKl's l'alr board of coininlBslunern. II. T. KlniletJIck, n sterling young republican of Woodbine, was doing buslueus lit tlio county cent. Henry and Ad.im Snider came In last nlElit from Canton, Ohio, to visit tho fonnct'n tun, II. A. Suldtr, of (Irani township. J. II. IlaxterJ cimie In from IInllnr.il township mill wont to Tupcka to see that the farmers Lne n Just lepiesei. tatlon on the tic...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 30 June 1892

i -"' tv ? "wpwj'WWF twi".- 57 init uijwif i yn O'lWJ ABILENE WEEKLY RLxJOTOK, ABILENE, KANSAS, JUNE 30, 1892. Ol -. ,7lWTri,f Wje j&flcctot. THURSDAY, ,1UX1:30, 1692. REPENT REriiEOTIONH. You can go nnywliere wllhln 1!00 mlleii for Imlf rnllwny fnro next week. Thoa, Klrby says tlint Cleveland can never bo elected and Tom knows. The It. (J. Head Cattlo Co., of Now Mexico, lias leased the. Vinson rnnch In Orny county and will pasturo 2,000 head cf cattlo thero. Thcto will bo n plcnlo In O. W. Klrby'a grove, nouthwest of town on July 4th. Itov. Dr. Jllayney will bo the orator of the day. C. I.'. Hugh mid l'oyton Carter will also speak. The trustees of Central collego passed a resolution nt their Inst meet ing to build nn addition to tho college) building, na moro room Is needed for their largo attendance; tiny already liavo fourteen large recitation rooms which tho first )ear has crowded. Enterprise Journal. Consldcrablo land Is changing bands In most of counties about us and Dick...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 30 June 1892

ABILENE WEEKLY REi jlCTOR, ABILENE, KANSAS JUNE 30, 1892. I CHICAGO NOMINEES. Olovoland for Proaldont nnd Sto vonBOn for Vloo. BOIES DECLINED USE OF HIS SAME. Tll Only Opponent of Stevenson WM Ore or Indiana Yl'Uconaln Voted for John I- Mltelieil-llul On Uallot Taken. Ciiicaoo, .tunc 24. Chairman Wilson hammered tho convention to order at 8:53 o'clock yesterday anil Rev. Thomas Urecne, of Iowa, .lelivereu 1110 prayer. Tho roll call for speeches nominating candidates for vice president was begun at 3 p. in. Arkansas yielded to Indiana and lion. John IX Lamb took the Hour and put In nomination Isaac 1'. Gray, of Indiana. Mr. Lamb said: Mr. Chairman unci Gentlemen of the Convex tlonl When I was elected as a delegate la this convention from my district. I hoped to have the honor as well as plessuro of calling m Wo for an honored son of Indiana for tho presidency of the United Stales chcersl, but when wear rlred at this convention wo found that tho ma jority hid already decided that anot...

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. — 30 June 1892

f-WT" fT-j-f ll)wJWlB2-V' - -sd SWSfe. &&W ' MEl TQ W TV ::r Cp&fllTIWJIUTTffiKiaOMOlJsMPtllCfl IJJOS. l. "Ali, that is nil a mistnkcn men, no Fitltl, ttli ii miiIIc. "Wo lire related, jou luioiv, nnd tativccn Itinfulk Itlsned necessary to elrnvv tho lino of business so closely. If jou wli.li jou nccil tint work nt nil to-day, but put In tho time Idling nlnitit llio sloro nnd feeing w lint kind of place wo havo liere." "Thanks," I answered, "I would pre fer to w ork." He snl thero for soma tlino watching mu In silence. I grew restless under Ids pare, nnd began to fidget, nnd I mu Miru liocoulil not fnll tonutku my em harrassment. Vtt lit! sccimd in in liurry to continue tlie conversation, mil did lie appear fo tiiliul niy nmuvj nneu "Will," lie roinai kid nt lust, lulling evidently rend my features to Ids lienrt content, "sliico vou nre so anxious h begin work, nml icfuso to lie satisfied with 11113 tiling; else, I suppose we mm ns well talk business und gel this unit le...

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. — 7 July 1892

mpuviVIMiapwl " ' f"fH iamim " '!. -'-y i Ij"1 "vl-it" ft1"-. ' iT- i-ri.-i (,.1, . j iffr id I 3Mxta Wttkfa If You want AM. THE MEWS TAKE The Reflector, I GUARANTEED LargcetlClrculatlon InSlckl - t son County. ALL HOME PRINT INT VOL. IX. ISSSKE,&SfiailS..lg?3! ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, JULY 7, 1892. TIIE ABILENE REFI.WfTrni i tOttic cll Taper of Dickinson CnnntV I NO. 45. hp1' mi inn(ii,igmmmini lltfMof CONVENTION ENDED. Kansas Ropubllcans Finish tho Nominations. A. W. SMITH FOR COVERSOR. The Colored Canilldnle far Audltor-Hee- retsrr or Stale, William J. Kdwarils- T. V, tlarver Attorney-tleneral- Treasurer, J. I). X.yutlu TorKUA, Kan., July S. Thcro wan no ik'lay In calling the state republican convention to order yesterday. Dur ing tlio night the Murdock, Sinltli anil Morrill leaders linil taken but little sleep and many of tlio delegates showed plainly tliat they bad licen Industri ously electioneered with, but every delegate boro an expectant look. Chairman Hackney...

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. — 7 July 1892

ABILENE WEEKLY REFLECTOR, ABILENE. KANSAS, JULY 7, 1892. r. I ft ftc Mcdox. THURSDAY, JULY 7. 1692. RECENT REFLECTIONS. Thero was novorn prettier fourth of July for weather. Mnny people nro taking ndvantngo of thecbenp rates to tlio National JM ucatlonal association at Saratoga, X. Y., for an eastern visit. Little Frank 1'lnkliam aroso early yesterday anil commenced celebrating by firing a small cannon. Ho laid n heavy fuso and lighted It. Tliero wns a Hash too quick for the boy and his face got a sovero scorching. Fortu nately bis eyes were not Injured. Harry Taylor Is up from Kansas City visiting his friends nnd looking ufter the Interest of thu Slegel, Welch ACIavvson Live Stock Co. with which ho Is connected. This Arm Is one of the best organizations In Kansas City and the attention of our subscribers is called to their advertisement in another column with the nsiurance that any buslnoss entrusted to them will bo attended to In tho best posslnlo manner. Normalltcs Moot. The annu...

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. — 7 July 1892

ABILENE WEEKLY REFLECTOR. ABILENE, KANSAS,' JULY 7, 1892. AYER'S HAIR VICOR Keeps the scalp clean, cool, healthy. The Best ressing Restores hair which has become thin, faded, or gray. Dr. J.C.Ayer&Co. Lowell, Mass. CARTER'S ITTLE BVER PIUS. CURE Blck Headache and relldTalt tha trouble tncf Cent to a Mltoua aUtaof tho iTtora,4uob ad VltrAntn; Nauao, DrowitoeM, Dlttnwa after eailnjt. Win In th bide, he, Thllo tbeirmotO yexwtalilo succom has been ihown la cozing ,4 SICK kctAaeha, ?et Cartr Llttlo Liver HUM tM equally Tkluablo In Constipation, curing and pro Venting tlilaaoaojlDijcorupUlnLwhllo tbeyalia llrer and reauiata the bowel. Erenlftbejoal ""HIAD lAcliathtyvonMboalmoitprtceleMtdthoMVDa offer front thlt dUtrofltlng complaint; but f ortu &atelylbclroodueMrtm!snot6udhera,andtboa Who onco try them wilt find the) Uttta puis valu able In po many war that they will not to wll Jjcg to do without them. Bat after allele hea4 A0HE flalljobiDOtf no many Uvea that harohwhero twomakoou...

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. — 7 July 1892

,t i. 't'lMJM',' " ABILENE WEEKLY REFLECTOR, ABILENE, KANSAS, JULY 7, 1892. 'I lijc $lcIcctor. Hal Taper tf Diekbuon Couly. The Beflector Pntlizhlng Company, 3?rsiEOXOXU3, klCIIAIU) WAIUMO. II. W. WILSON O.M.HAHUBK, A. W.KIUX, ""' 0. II. nAllKRU. JOHN J. OOOFKH, o.u Moonn. ..... .. . uiniAiin WAHINO,-. a ii. iiabkrh.. ...Vlco President Booretary ..Tresurr IticiiAr.D WAitiNa.Huslnesj Manager. Entered lor tmnmllon through lh Uni ted Stntos Mnlle as second class matter, at the postoftlco In Abilene, Ulcklnsonoountv.llnn. im. Anonymous communications will wlij no attention. Nanus, must ",'1"'tn,".IJ nrtlclns.nnl necessarily for publication lit thst wo msy know who urn our contributors. dispatches. Irtcndiwl lor put llcatlon, should Is, addrcasort to TllK Hliri.IT(K unrtrjll mm. rstinlrntions upon sni-lmiss, Includlni- rs--titltsnciis, advertisement, and orders, eLonld bo nddrel 1 TllK KKrl.EOlOU 1'DIILISIIINO CO. TZLKrilONK. Kdtlorlsl Booms .... ...-..........io. 0) Orders for delivery ...

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. — 7 July 1892

PW 'l?r- i--?tw v ,v.-m)ror( , iw ABILENE WEEKLY REFLECTOR, ABILENE, KANSAS,' JULY 7, 1892. h Wit Mcctor. THUUSDA. JULY 7, 1892. ANNOUNCEMENTS. DISTRICT CLHK. I taorabyanfloucco myself as ft candidate for Clerk of the District Court, subject to the decision of the republican conlnitlng conrcntlon of Dickinson conntr. r. II I1AI.I.KUK. ABOUT PEOPLE. L. Hiirdinau, the popular llverjman of llurlngton, was In the city. U.S. District Attorney J. W. Ady of Xen ton, spent the morning In the city. Prof. S. M. Cook, of Cbapmnn, Is conducting the Franklin county insti tute. Miss Cnrrlo Hrunson, of Solomon City, went to New York on a visit thl noon. Mrs. John Taylor went to Pearl yesterday to spend a couple of weeks at ttio farm, Mrs. J. 8. Wise and daughter who have been vhltlng here for a few dajs returned to Wichita yesterday. Misses Jean Wallace and Alice Chronlster left on the noon train for Topekanfler a few days' visit here. P. C. Herman and family, of Spring Held, Mo,, who have been vi...

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. — 7 July 1892

'i!SeSajAHtSStU'e TI00 -V r " ' "imw mi- ' wvyW'fJ -" ' rpwwl W '""i"1" twm&w"" ABILENE WEEKLY REFLECTOR, ABILENE, KANSAS, JULY 7, 1892. I li i JmWw f'A.U.WS VN the rest of your labor the hardest part is done by Pcarline. Tnrf Womrt hai fureic,lit who refuse the imitation, of PcAtlinc offered ui " lijr peddlers anil unicrupidou. (;rocer, which ihey chim to lie "time at t f I'eatilnc," or "as good at 1'cailine." IT'S 1'AI.Si: betides, 1'eaHIne Slgllt i nevCr peddled. (l JAMBS r-YLE. New York. S&e Bcllcctor. THUHSDAY, JUIA' 7, 1892. REPENT RETLEOTIONB. Tlio teleiitione exchange Is putting In nn Instrument at the creamery. About tlio only tiling tlio Abilene Stars havo done since getting their now uniforms liaa been to put tliom on and get tbelr pictures taken. Tlio ball teams around hero seen: afraid to play them. The calamity party of Kansas this year will have to light a platform built on n crop of sixty million bushels of wheat, and will havo to maku their howls heard abovo...

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. — 7 July 1892

W&wrO'mrf HI' "r- """tfP' " ,rwlH ABILENE WEEKLY REFLECTOR, ABILENE, KANSAS, JULY 7, 1892. " y y THE FOURTH TICKET Tho Pooplo'a Forty Prosonts tho Fourth Proaldontlal Tlckot THE PROCEEDINGS AT OMAHA. Gen Weaver Named for Iho Presidency and Jaines U. Field for His Colleague -Speech of Chairman Loucks Tho rutform. i;tc Omaha, Nob., July 5. Tho old guard has won and U en. J am call. Weaver, of Iowa, I th candidate of tho people's party for president of the United States. I'or lire days It has been manifest that of all the leaders of the new party Wearer was the choice of the vast ma jority, but the peculiar availability of Judge Grcshara overshadowed his per sonality, and It was not until the dis tinguished jurist positively declined to bo a candidate that tho delegates turned oen. j. n. wEAvr.n. to their own ranks, and with almost one accord selected the veteran green backer as their standard bearer. There wero some who feared his greenback predilections might affect his availabil...

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. — 7 July 1892

w -' " nwwf u" '" ItWfi lRJ. ?" 'mvmHtTmSTy RSpf'(,K"'H''", I' I ABILENE WEEKLY REFLECTOR, ABILENE, KANSAS, JULY 7, 1892. JO,' f tr V ii,i K- ir j& - 1 LH Xjvftv Y (RkNSAXW.,- v "w CLrmS ZorrmtMMiT7f 1Ktuo0wjrAnCO CltAlTKH XVL I rcu a rtutm For a long tlmn I stood gnrlng blank y nt tlio door through which Mr. Ilernard had passed from tlio room. I was completely dtimfoundcd by his strange behavior, und nil my senses seemed perfectly paratyred. Over mid over I nsked myself: "Whnt 1I1 It mean?" Imt I got no nnswrr. I wns lost In a innzo of wonder, surprise nml trouble. "Is It wrong to love tlio dead, or tlio living counterpart of tliu dead?" That question came back to mo nil nt onco nrui it fell on my licnrt with n ter rible blow. It stopped its nctlon, and for nil Instant It stood Mill, reusing Its vibrations entirely. What did lio mean" Whnt could bu menu? Ho loved my dead mother I wn her living counterpart, lie lortil tur. Oh, Heaven, I understood Ids meaning but too well.. 1 wo...

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. — 14 July 1892

---Kii.iiiiw i;iligv-r-fa'7.i -", c.r i" v " bilme WM If You Want AM, TUB NEWS TJKK The Reflector. GUARANTEED LargcttlClrculatlon InDlckJ . ton county. r ALL HOME PRINT VOL. IX. I BSSKSE,&S!fiajS-1:18f I ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, JULY 14, 1892. loffi ?W,SI5Jag?E85v.l NO. 46. MMR'seA'" --.m4 ; Jiv 1 14 v Juj IT fr AWFUL WORK. Failures of Prick's Effort to Employ PlnkortODB. GREAT CARNAGE AT HOMESTEAD. The MUlmcn llecora. Atrue or the Move anil Stop the Il.rc. Containing the Uusru-Ilre Fight ing Ilfialt.. HoMrsTEAt), Pa., July 7. Capital and labor havo clashed at Homestead and the town Is red with blood. Never In the bloody history of riots In this vi cinity, save the great railroad riots of 1877, has there been such carnage. Three hundred Pinkertons, who came In boats to Homestead In tho early morning haro desolated many a hearth and their shots hare aroused such des- ANDREW CAnNEOIK. peration that It Is safe to say that be fore the men will now allow tho mill to bo oper...

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