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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 29 March 1888

RESURREXIT. Written for This Paper.! KOM her soul all sor row sweeping Comes the voice ol Mary weeping Where her Lord en. tombed lay sleeping: He is risen, weep no more. Sing -with Joy go tell th eleven! Loosed by angel bands from Heaven, Unto you your Lord is given: Christ is risen, weep no more. Follow Him where'er He coeth; So the way to you He showeth; "What is best for you He knoweth. He is risen, weep no core. Still the blessed words are ringing, Comfort into sadness bringing. jStilt the angel voice is singing: ' Christ is risen, weep no more. Heart of mine so wildly beating. Doubtful of thy Master's greeting, Christ for thee is now entreating: He is risen, weep no more. Low his car is bent to hear thee. Still His spirit hovers near thee, ' . S Sll His words shall soothe and cheer thee : Christ is risen, weep no moro. Ever leads He on before us, Till the shades of de3th come o'er us; Join me then, the gladsome chorus He is risen, weep no more. Soon our eyes shall see His glory...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 29 March 1888

EADEAU'S STORY. General TJadeatt Air IIIh Grievances In the Matter of I'rrparin Cencral Grant" Book Tin Claim a Larjje Share of Credit For the Literary Work. NewYokk, March 2L The Sun publishes General Adam BaJeau's version of the con troversy which has arisen between himself und General Grant's family in rcgrd to the c'a m which General Badeau m&Ices for compensation for his services to General Grant in the preparation of his personal memoirs. The statement is uddressed to 'Tho American Public," ana fills several columns of the Sun. General i'adeau is somewhat severe in bis stneturcs on the course pursued by Colonel Fred Grant in the matter. Ho says that General Giant called him away from his own literary work to assist in the prep a ration of magazine articles and m that of 'Memoirs. They thought this would occu py tnree months; whereas it had occupied sevun months when he retired; that Gen eral Grant supposed lie might realize from $30,000 to S50,0JJ from the work, and of his...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 29 March 1888

JLtlLXffB Reflectok. Stckaro Wakoto, Business Manager TliirwJay, March 29, 1888, Tie Mector MiUi Company. JBK J. COOPBB, Prcildont. ft. X. MOORB, Yloe, Present. WCHABD WARING. Secretary, Ji. W. BICE, Treasurer. 5&HN J. COOPER, A. W. RICE, . T,. MOOBB, B. F. NELSON. RICHARD WARING. ISStcaxnn Waresg, Business Manager. Call for Convention. There will be a delegate convention f the Republicans of the Fifth Con gressional District, stale of Kansas, held at Clay Center, on the Stl day of May, 1888, at 1:30 o'clock, p. m., for the purpose of electing two delegate and two alternates to represent sa d district at the National Convention to bn halfl at Chicago, 111., July 19, 1SS8, to nominate candidates for pn-sident and vice-president of the United States. a!s to nominate one Republican pres idential elector. There will also be a delegate conven tion of the Republicans of said district held at Junction City, Tuesday, May 1, 1888, at 4 p. m., to nominate a candi date for congress. It is ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 29 March 1888

T. ' .. V ? Have your prescriptions compounded at Jonn M. Gleissuer's Drugstore, eat side of Broadway, ct. 3d str.-e 39-1 THE REFLECTOR, Official Paper of County ani City. Thursday, March 29, 1888. L0J1L UJ Ol'ISITISE. From Frilay b Daily. A Card of Thanks. I desire to extend to the peop'e of Abilene and Dickinson county, my sin cere and hearty thanks for their man expressions of sympathy and for tin unanimity with which they signed m petition to the governor, and beg to as sure them that I shall always hold them in grateful remembrance. TlIEODOItK ST. 1'JiTKU. A Serious Accident. Yesterday afternoon L. Hughes met with an accident which will prolMb! cost him the loss of one of his ff-i He was emraged in pressing hay for Dunnett & Collins on a farm about six miles south of Hope, when heaccident ly slipped, catching his foot in the press and mashing it so that it will probably need to be amputated. He was brought to Abilene lat night b Geo. Huffman and others who were in the vicin...

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. — 29 March 1888

ABILENE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED BY BEFLCTOR PUBLISHLM COMPANY. CUKRENT COMMENT. A great many drawing rooms In "Washington are now more or less adorned with large-sized photographs of Joseph Chamberlain. Dr. Mary Walker has been at tempting to obtain an increase of pension from Congress. She now draws 8.50 a month from the Govern ment Sexator Hawley was recently ac cused of owning a ten thousand dollar violin. It was explained that Royal D. Hawley, and not Joseph JL, was the guilty man. A jjew Russian law decrees that any one circulating literary or scientilic works without the sanction of the Press Censor will be liable to a year's im prisonment. The English steel trade is said to be Undergoing a season of great depres sion, owing to a large extent to the prevalent anxiety regarding prospect ive American competition. TnERE are only four men now living who have personally received the thanks of the Congress of the United States. They are Generals Sherman, Sheridan, Howard and Terry. Urba...

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. — 29 March 1888

y ABILENE REFLECTOR -PUBLISHED Bt- MOTOR PUBLISHINd COHPAHY. THE FARMER'S DAUGHTER. ""Who is this, with her pretty face, And silken curly hair. "Hall child, half woman, full of joy. Without a sceminjj care!" She is. my friend, (oh, blessed lot!) A farmer's daughter, fair! :Hcr small bro'wn hands are shapely ones, Trim are her little feet "That trip a-down the meadow path, Or through the illae street : -And when she hinss at mom or eve, Her song is very sweet. ..She seems so lilt e a tender plant, Grown hardy in the sun. Her woman's graces coming In So softly, one by one, "The while her eyes, still like a child's, Arc brimming o'er with fan. What would the oil gray farm-house be Without this daughter dear Her merry song, her loiing heart, Her happy woods of cheer, This ro-ebud in her rural home, Expanding eery year! 7!ch arc you. little country lass. In more than yellow gold; "your father's acrs spread abroad, Hut yours is wealth untold Beauty and nature's grace scarce found In citie...

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. — 29 March 1888

-9E Abiliwe Reflector. Biotxkd TTAxnro, Business Manager Thursday, March 29, i888. '"'- v- LETTERS TO THE MONDAY EVENING CLUB. FBOM 3IKS. M. 51. BOW5IAN. XO. 2. After leaving Elpaso, daylight finds us still on sandy soil, covered with Ion grease wood, cactus, redwood and oak trees, with great bunches of mistletoe growing on the branches. With right ections ahead and two following it is impossible to run very last for fear of accidents to the crowded trains, and frequent stops are made,at all of which everybody climbs off to see the country and poke curious heads into the settlers cabins and Mexican adobes. At lour we reach Tuscon, and here, as in all the semi-Americau-Mexican towns, finds the sharp contrasts of both civil izations. The peach and apricot trees are in blossom, the shadows lay on the soft brown hills that surround the town, and 'verythiug denotes that apring has come in a country lhat knows no winter. The streets of modern stores, handsome homes, and fine pub lic build...

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. — 5 April 1888

llmMsiiC THE ABILE THE OFFICIAL FRANK A. SMALLEY, Attorney at Law S. E. Cor. Broadway and U. Bis. Abilene, Kansas. COUNTY PAPER. Best Advertising Medium. VOL. 5. AJBILEZnTE, DIOEIIlSrSOiT COUNTY, KAJSTSA.S. APEIL 5, 1888. :sro. 32- IE REFLECTOR. We want all the A choice lot of German Miliett at J. W. Jenks'. GOOD IABM LOANS WIS OJL3ST GET, At as Favorable a Rate of nterest as can be obtained elsewhere. CSTCall on us before you make your Loan.3 The Abilene Mortgage Co. Office np-stairs over Citizens Bank. Jlch 3, 6S,-iy Choice seed corn. Caue seed. Hodge Bnos. Hodge Bitos. Go to J. 7. Jenks' for German mil let. 270-2tw29-tf Dit solution Notice. ABIIEXE, KAX., Mch. 17, '8S. Notice is hereby given that tho part nership heretofore existing between William Timm and 3. E. Stauffer un der the Arm name oft Timm and Stauf fer, is from this date absolutely dis solved, his William X Timm. 30-4t mark Choice ed Utrn. Cane seed at Ilodce Bros. Sutter and Eggs. Cash paid for butter and egg3 at Kur...

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. — 5 April 1888

ty-MlcommdntcaUons for this paper snouic ne accompanied by ta narcs of the auwor; no", necessarily for publication, bat as an evi dnce of pood faiih on the part of tha writer Wnto only on one tide of tha payer. 15: particala ly careful In giving names and date to have the letters and Jl?ures plain aai distinct THE CHAMPION. Exultant, proud. The hero bowed To the eager, worshiping, countless crowd; Then stood upright, Like a victor knlsht, A figure of virile grace and might. From the Templo of Fame The priestess came To write on her tablet the hero's name. And now behold Bis name enrolled On the virgin tablet in script of gold. Then she asked: "O son, "What hast thou done For the meed of glory thou hast won! 'From sword and brand, i From traitor's hand That sought to ruin thy father-land . "'Twas thine to save! Thine edict gave Freedom and manhood to the slave V V -.-t The hero heard: I5ut never a word Of his the list'niag science stirred. "An orator, then," She asked acaln, "Thou sw...

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. — 5 April 1888

l-v . COAL MINE JDISASTEK. Terrible Calamity in a Coal Mine. Kich Hill Workmen Entombed bj a Gai Explosion A Score or More Taken Out Dead Btid Others Yet to Follow Ter- rible Scenes. ' Ricit Hlli, Mo., March 30. An explosion of natural gas occurred in mine No. 6 of the Keith & Perry Coat Company, located about three miles west of the city, neartho Rich Hill Gas Company's natural gas well, shortly after twelve o'clock noon yester day. There are about 100 men employed in this mine, but at the time of the explosion nly about thirty were below. Attempts were at once made to rescue the unfortu nate men, and eight miners had been brought to the surface alive when a second explosion occurred at 3:30 o'clock, at which time Superintendent George Sweeney and five miners were in the shaft at work, all of whom were more more or less burned, but none dangerously. The scene about the mouth of the shaft, where the wives, mothers aud relatives or tbo miners, wild with the agouy of sus pense ove...

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. — 5 April 1888

jTHIMM VMM Abilene Beflector. Sichabd Waking, Business Manager pii , -,1 . THUKSDAY, APEXL 6, 1888. In Cleveland's letter to the Civil Ser vice Commission he does not refer to the fact that he has removed 95 per cent of all presidential postmasters in the U. S. to make place for his political friends. The Democratic legislature of Ken tucky is going through the ludicrous farce of impeaching its defaulting treasurer, Honest Dick Tate, whileMr. Tate is luxuriously revelling in the en joyment of the plunder over in Canada. Three constables of Iowa are under going criminal prosecution for bribery, extortion, oppression, and other forms ef official corruption and malfeasance in connection with the prohibitory law of that state. They undertook to enforce the law on the "Leavenworth plan." The proprietors of the Eeflector have a number of shares of stock in the "Gazette" outfit, which were taken when that journal was supposed to be llepublican. We were not regarded at that time by the man ...

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. — 5 April 1888

T l 3 Have your prescriptions compounded at John M. Gleissner's Drugstore, east aide of Broadway, cnr. 3d street. 39-ly THE REFLECTOR, OicialPajerofCoityaiiCily. Thursday, April 5, 18B8. LOOAI AND OTHERWISE. We call special attention to the ad vertisement of G. 0. Sterl &Co this issue. in Probate Judge Seeds yesterday grant ed Barnes & Northcraft a permit to sell intoxicating liquors for medicinal, scientific and mechanical purposes. i i That "court house ring" racket was an old last-year's-musty-moldy-mil-dpwed-measly-worm-eaten chestnut. George Washington Columbus Roh rer. . The annual election of officers of St. John's Guild will be held at the recto ry on Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. All members are requested to be present. Read the three-column mentof J. B. Case. lie some rare bargains. advertise- offering is Mr. Malott, being the only "citizen' of Abilene elected to office on yester day, we trust he will try and make him self at home among the strangers. We bespeak f...

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. — 5 April 1888

i"S rif ABILENE KEFLECTOK PUBLISHED Bt- EEFLECTOR PUBLISHIN& COMPAM. CURRENT COMMENT. Four times has tho White House been draped in mourning since Presi- dent Cleveland became its occupant for Grant, for Hendricks, for Arthur and for "Waite. The Russian Government, on the ad vice of the Governors of Irkutsk and Amur, proposes to send the majority of Russian convicts to prison instead of deporting them to Siberia. Mrs. Jdija D. Grant, through her attorneys has served a general denial on Stanley, Clark & Smith, the attor neys for General Badeau, as her answer in the Badeau-Grant case. A London cablegram confirms the Teportof a loan, of $14,000,000 by the Government to t,he Canadian Pacific, also a concession of $3,000,000 to the road for giving up its monopoly. Said Kjialif became Sultan of Zan zibar in place of Burgasch Ben Said, deceased. The accession of the new Sultan was effected peacefully, the peo ple approving. All the foreign Con suls officially visited the new Sultan...

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. — 5 April 1888

fe ABILENE REFLECTOR -PCBLISnED BT EEFLF.CTOR PUBLISHING COMPAHY. VOICES OF THE FUTURE. The voices of the past are ever sounding. And give their impulse to our present life. In wisdom of the ages deep abounding. To cheer or warn amid our daily strife. Jn times of joy they come to us with blessing. To breathe their peace when all is bright and fair. 3n hours of grief they blend with thoughts de pressing. And bring us aid our burdens' weight to bear. The voices of the future, too, are calling. Though few may listen to their faint appeal, AH unobserved their accents gently falling, Reverberate with coming woe or weaL. TVhene'er we strive and conquer, their ap , plaudinrf Is gently borne as with an angel's breath, "But when we falter, coming time defrauding. They whisper coldly as with chill of death. "Whatever wrong the present age is bearing. With prospect dim that it will be redressed. That iery wrong, if borne without despairing. Hay through our patience make the future blest. I'rof...

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. — 5 April 1888

SS&.; ?sr., Abilene Eeflectob. IichAud Watuwg, Business Manager Tnursday, April 5, 1888. Work on the gas well will bo resumed rext week. r The new city hall is rapidly nearing completion. - r - - The cells have all been placed in the new county jail. The hook and ladder boys receired a fine lot of shirts this morning. i nun.m.. tntrnstiin is organizing a brand new orchestra of seven pieces, D. G. Eudy as leader. "Music soothes the savage breast," etc. Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Moriey wishesto return thanks to their friends for tbe gsrvices rendered during the sickness and burial of their baby. The large and handsome pot of dai sies, and several other plants also the beautiful floral crcwn at the Episcopal church on Easter Sunday, were from Miller's green-house. Mr. A. B. Crary, of Cheever, came near having a serious accident yester day. His team started suddenly throw ing him to the ground, the hind wheels passing over his body. He came out crippled only, but narrowly escaped indden a...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 12 April 1888

r-i-. & I 3? " - 2 r m &y t L w-icc j7&?-e-e V- K V- FLECTOR. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. Best Advertising Medium- Fh!ANK A. SMALLEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW Abilene, Kansas. ABILENE, DICKINSON COlTitfjT, KANSAS, APRIL 12, 1888. VOL. V. NO. 89. at BM fe We want all the fifOOD FAI "WE O-AJST G-ET, r At as Favorable a Rate of nterest as can be obtained elsewhere. "grcaU on us before you make your Loan.jFj The Abilene Office up-stairs over Citizens Bank. x Slch 15, "SS.-ly Oskaloosa is the county seat of Jef ferson county. The newly elected mayor and council are all women. Revise the tariff so says everybody. 23ut let it be revised by its friends. Protection first and revision next. President Cleveland, it is said, has joined auothor Gshing club. Is he get ting ready to dodge Memorial Day again ? Jake Sharp has finally succumbed to the destroyer death. "We wonder if any pangs of conscience disturb the sleep of the would-be funny puragraph ers who have iusisted that he was feign ing ...

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. — 12 April 1888

MY PAGE. Long years ago I held within my Grasp An open page a fair, white, goodly page Whereon to write a life. I filled it full With love and love's sweet ministries, with home. And the dear homely cares that make most f nil A woman's life my husband's shelfring love And the 60ft prattle of a baby's voice. And then, in very peace and rcstf ulness, I closed my eyes and said: "I thank Thee, Lord, For lifeT! A moment only, then I heard: "A happy, sheltered life but 'tis not thine." I reached my hand to grasp my treasured page; It closed -upon a bare, blank sheet no more! And still the voice said: "Write." Through falling tears That blurred the page and well-nigh hid the lines, With fainting heart and falt'ring hand I took The pen. Itsecmcd that there was nothing more To write. I could not mi the page. One bare. Bald word came to me as I wrote. That word Was "duty." and I wrote it o'er and o'er. And then so tender is our God! so kind! The words grew luminous beneath my pen. And as 1 wr...

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. — 12 April 1888

V TARIFF TALK. .Minority Import of t:ie Ways nnrl Means Committee Tlie Mill Hll Discussed. Washinotox, April 3. The report o( the Committee on "Ways and Means on the Tariff bill was prepared by Mr. McKinlcy, or Ohio, and is signed by all the Republican members of the committee. The opening paragraphs are as follows: The extraordinary manner la -which this bill came to the committee, and the total lack of consideration given to so graTe a measure by those charted with its investigation demand notice and comment. It was fashioned outside of the committee, and reached It, not by the reference of the House, which is the usual channel through which committees obtain jurisdiction of a subject. It was pre sented ready-made to the chairman of the eoc mlttee, ws framed, completed and printed without the knowledge of the minority and without consideration or discussion in the full committee. If any consultations were held the minority were excluded. Thus oriclnatlnz, after three months of the...

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. — 12 April 1888

ABILEltfE KeFLECTOK. Richakd Y aviso. Business Manager THURSDAY, APRIL 12 1888. Tte" Reflector MlisMi Compy. JOHN J. COOPER, President. O. L. MOORE, Vice, President. RICHARD WARING, Secretary, A. W. RICE. Treasurer. JOHN J. COOPER, A. W. RICE, O. L. MOORE, B. F. NELSON, RICHARD WARING. In the last three years 50 Republi can soldiers in the New England mail mail service haTe given place to as many Democrats, only six of whom ever saw military service. From a fi nancial point of view this may be good for the Democrats, but it is demoral izing to our Civil Service, and exasper ating to business men. It is a dark day when a Democrat con't find some consolation in the worst defoat. Although there was a net Re publican gain of over five thousand rotes in the little State of Rhode Isl and over the last State election, yet the never-discouraged Democrat is whistling out condolence for himself in the fact that Rhode.Island some twen ty years ago gave a larger Republican majority than in 188S...

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. — 12 April 1888

mna Have your prescriptions compounded at Jonn M. Gleissner's Drug Store, east aide of Broadway, rr. 3d street. 39-ly The Reflector. Official Paper of County ai City. THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1888. From Monday's dally. The scarlet fever scare at Hope is diminishing. All the cases thus far have been mild and it is thought no more trouble will be had. Herington will have an addition to her already elegant brick hotel, the Herington House, soon. Ik will be 60x120, and three storio3 high. Hay is becoming scarce. It is being hauled from Lost Springs, .Marion county, to fill the demand hereabouts. Loads upon the Btreet are offered at ten dollars per ton. The rain yesterday was worth thous ands of dollars to this county. Wheat is in better condition for the time of year than it has been for many seasons. Snrine crops only needed this drench ing to insure them a magnificent start. The orphan children of Jas. R. Wil son, the former janitor of the court house, were taken east this noon by their au...

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