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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 20 March 1884

rirt x - . .i i,.i. . . j . .j.1 iii , m .; )i. l1 l"yl ' 'U ' ;,' ' ' ' " yLoL V '. Tjnvruemt' t -r-rff -1 m. . -ase"- t ftjs. vm nlfr ia t-v a si U TIME REFLECTOE. n . :?23 r- - ;' " Si"'- . A-RTT.TRTSrFn, DICKINSON COUNTY, EZ-2sTS.S, ME. SO, 1884. isro. 3i. VOL. I. f. LJP ' -f i--Jts THE R fi fcU I IV SHEPIIAKD "BU0S. Dealer in Groceries and Family Provisions, Patronage pollcitcd. Corner 4th and Bnckcye. 2-3m. STONE for SALE. ThofO wanting Bnildinz or IMmcn-lon Stone Sill, Step. Corner-, Payment orCro-inz r-tone-of the beht quality, Mimild call on tin-.n fide Mini ed at hie home In Sherman township. W M. A I LT. w. P. SEEDS, Attorney at Law, ABILENE, : : : KANSAS. STAMBAUGH Hl'KD, Attorneys at Law, ABILENE, : : ' : .-itXSAS. CULBEKTSON & MEAD, Attorneys at Law, ABILENE, KANSAS. tsr Will practice in tlic several courts of the State. Office in ITobate Judge's office, court bouse block. J. E: Boxebrake, Pref . W. R. Dryer. .ih. FIRST NATIONAL BANE, ....OF ABILENE,.... Capilal, S...

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. — 20 March 1884

.ym wr - ABILENE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED EVEBY THUBSDAY BY STBOTHEE BROS. ) A WEEK'S NEWS. idlcancd by TcIegTapli and Mail COJTGBESSIOPTA.il. In the Senate, on the 10th, Mr. Bayard submitted a resolution Instructing the Com mittee on Judiciary to report as to the ex Sedlency of amending the constitution 60 as provide that Congress shall not have power to make anything but gold and silver coin legal tender for the payment of debts, nor pass any law Impairing obligation contracts. Mr. Garland submitted a Joint resolution pro posing the following amendment to the Con stitution, article 12: "That portion of the public debt of the United States represented fcy notes issued under the authority of law, jwith quality of lawful money and as legal tender for the payment of debts, shall never 'exceed 8350,000,000, unless a bill or bills pro viding for such Increase shall receive the concurrence of two-thirds of each House, and the votes on all such bills shall be recorded by yeas and nays on the J...

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. — 20 March 1884

t'Z.v R x' itf J-J b Kw M 'V v t if ml 3 "4 K .h N h Kh h .h Htiit. iiJLrXilJJilJJ AtJUiiliJVXUXk PUBLISHED EVEBY THURSDAY BY STKOTHEE BROS. AN IDYL. saw her first on a day in sprinjr. By the side of a stream as I fished alon?. Apd loitered to hear the robins sin?. And guessed at the secret they told in son?. .The apple-blossoms, so white and red, .'JVere mirrored beneath in the streamlets ' flow; And the sky was blue far overhead. And far in the depths of the brook below. J. lay half hid by a mossy stone And looked in the water for flower and sky, 2 heard a step 1 was not alone: And n vision of loveliness met my eye. XI saw her come to the other side, And the anDle-blossoms were not more fair: -she stooped to gaze in the sunlittide. And her eyes met mine in the water there. .'She stopped in timid and mute surprise. And that look might have lasted till now, I ween; But modestly dropping her dove-like eyes, She turned away to the meadow green. 3. stood in wonder and rapture lost At h...

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. — 20 March 1884

' X l. i !- IV is? Abilene Eeelectoe. Thursday. Mar. 20, 1884. The Hon. C. 13. IIorF3iAT, of Enter prise, is lirouglit fonvnrd by Ue Regis ter as a candidate for the State Sen.xtor ship. 3Ir. Hoff;luc would make a good Senator. It is to be hoped that the Legislature will take right hold of the- question which it was called to consider and not be more than two or three days in satis factorily disposing of it. There is no necessity to. fool away time on other matters. The session should be short, sharp and decisive. Senator Plumb's resolution appropri ating $25,000 for the purpose of stamp ing out in Kansas the foot and mouth disease,was increased to $50,000 by Sen ator Cullom, of 111., and the amount made applicable to any part of the coun try which may be inllicted with the dis ease. Senator Ixgalls opposed the resolution, but it passed the Senate by a decisive majority. It is a decided compliment to Senator Plumb's stand ing and influence in the Senate. The Pitz-Joiix Pouter bill p...

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. — 20 March 1884

b fj HA . IftO- 1 !' - l Teacher's Examination at the Abilene public school building, Saturday, March 29th, 1884. Commenc ing at 9 "o'clock, a. in. D. D. IIOKXADAY, CO. Supt. KOETHCEATT has the most complete line of "Wrights extract? hi the city, comprising in part the following: MAKY StUAKT. UlIUOTl'.OI'E, White Lilac. "White Rose, Lily of the Valley, Timik Kose. New Mowx Hay, Jockey Cluij, "Wood Violet, Stei'iiaxotis, &c. &c. &c. GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. I have now added a full line of Gents Furnishing Goods to my immense j-.toek of Boots and Shoe... I am prepared to give the best bargains in Boots. Shoes, llats, Caps. Gents Furnishing Goods and Gloves. Also a full line of Pants and Overalls. Ulsters and general "Work ing Suits CHEAP. T. C. McDsEKXEY. A Clothing Drive is what Simon Rothschild has opened I for the public of Abilene and Dickinson county, lie handles nothing but cloth ing and gents' furnishing goods and of- fers bargains in this line. "Catch on." and flow ...

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. — 20 March 1884

Wti &; II ;r id .xi t3?Any person who takes the paper regu larly from the post-office, whethor directed to his name or whether ho Is a subscriber-OS not, Is responsible for tho pay. The courts have decided that refusing to take newspapers from the post-office, or removing- and leaving them uncalled for. Is drima facie evidence of intentional fhaud. THE WISE BELLS. On a sunny Sabbath morning. Forth two messengers were 6pcd, That the bells be set a-ringing; One to say. in chime and sieging, A fair maiden is to wed; One to say, with knell and moaning, A fair maiden lieth dead. By mischance the stupid servants Went not whither they were bade; But each where was sent the other. One said : "King the bells right glad For a bridal." Said tho othor: "For the dead ring slow and sad." So it chanced that at the bridal. All turned pale to hearthe bell; While the gladsome wedding chiming 'Mid the dirge discordant fell; But the angels hearing, whispered: "In the chimes and in the knells. Wisdo...

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. — 20 March 1884

i X k V THE FOOT ASD MOUTH DISEASE. Official Report of the United States Veteri nary Surgeon to the Governor of Kamac In Regard to the Dreadful Scourge. Topeka, Kas., March 13. The following is the report of Dr. Holcombe, the veterinary surgeon commissioned by Governor XSlick to investigate the disease which recently made . its appearance among the cattle in "Woodson County, Kas.: 2EOsno Falls, Woodson, County, Kax., J March lfl 1884. f To the Governor of Kanax: Sin I have the honor to report here wlth the results of my Investigation into the nature, cause and progress of the disease existing among- the cattle in this neighborhood. By permission of Gen eral Augur, commanding the Military Depart mcutof the Missouri, I reported to you in Topeka on the 5th inst., and received verbal instructions to proceed to this point without delay. I arrived here on the Cth inst-, in com pany with yourself and Colonel Sims, Secre tary of the State Hoard of Agriculture, and a delegation of citizens o...

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. — 20 March 1884

vFfc IV : ; Hi vie- - . -.-- j --F -.! - ! ;r 'if Si -m h Why They "Want Tilden. . Y. Sun. Sir. Tilden is the living incarnation of reform of the government, the re moral of abuses, the suppression of cor ruption, the stoppage of public plunder, the restoration of democratic economy, simplicity and integrity in the adminis tration. This is why the honest and intelligent people of the Union, republi cans as well as demounts, now regard him v.-;'h a feeling such as no other public mail of any party can awaken in their minds. They believe thatare foim of the administration, such as he represents and such as his nomination would indicate, is a matter of most vi tal importance to the country; and there is nothing that they would wel come witli such abounding joy as an assurance that he still felt the strength and the energy to grapple with the abuses that have nourished and over grown the government, to smite them with the blows of an intellect that can not be deluded, and a hand knowing...

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. — 3 April 1884

rL Mi, . . -v. -j -njlr' - N r s y? v fl . , F - . v-V Vj .. J i s c iy v' r ft fi 1 111 REFLECTOR. TIME ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, APRIL 3, 1884. NO- 33. VOL. I. - " y - -T- ' r- yjcvc m pO-H-ijA .' r-v.UML THE fgBafi jFJSJE, Tmi y l ft ZjL n ? I Ill the Dry Hoots Bfljarliflil, A superb stock of NEW SPRING GOODS will be found, comprising all the new novelties and in the most at tractive styles; niuging in price from 8$ cents per yard and upwards. See our Great Showing of Hew Goods in Prints, Sateens. Ginghams, "White Goods, Embroideries. Gloves, ltiblxuis, Hosier-, Corsets, Linens, Domestics House Furnishing Goods. Lace Curtains, Shawls, Handkerchiefs, Laces, Ruching, &c, at prices beyond all competition. To Read this THE CLOTHING DEPARTMENT, FOR GENTS AND YOUTHS, Full to overflowing, and in style, ele gance ami variety, not surpassed by any house west of Kansas City or St. Louis, which in prices we defy any competition. In the Furnishing DEPARTMENT. "We will show speci...

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. — 3 April 1884

-f,'-MB -Jl ' ' 'f UWff L -ar--,' l H V M JUN 7 -5- -- " ...- .y :-- . ,;y .' - ; I? I ft r C5? Any person who takes the paper regu larly from the postrofflce. whether directed to Ms uamo or whether he is a subscriber or not, is responsible for the pay. The courts have decided that refusing: to take newspapers from the post-office, or re moving and leaving them uncalled for, is oxima facie evidence of istentional feaud. THE EASTER MORX. All hail the gladsome Easter Morn, For which the sprinp-time s lowers are born; Tarth wears her p.tyest robes to-day. And casts her Lenten garb away. Kins out! riiufcleurl HInjr f.ir ami near! O, bells in steeples high I Kiwrinthc dawn Of Easter Morn, -Beneath a spnng-timo sky. - - Bloom, lilies, on your slender stems To crown the day like diadems. And llftin? up your petals white, ilake Easter altars Klad and bright. While rin so clear, .Trom far and near. The bells in steeple high. And fdad hearts raise Tacirsonssof rraisc Iieneath a spring-time s ...

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. — 3 April 1884

-agr -'V p, -- agpf? ? -jr- "S --. - --X.- f- " -. Pf , - r - (-- I" It 'l k 5 J I W v -- or i r M MARKET REPORTS. Grain and Provisions. St. Louis. March 29. Flour Unchanged. Wheat Lower; No. 2 red, $1.09!4 cash and April: $1.09KS1-09X May; $1.05K1.0GX June: 4?i96Jic July; S3c the year; No. red,96e bid. Corn Active; 47?i47Jc cash: 4S348&C April: 9?i50J4C May; 50Ji51c June; SIH. 53Jic July. Oats Hljrher; 32K31c bid cash; 32'c April; SlhtL3l'-tC Mas'. Rye Firm at 3959'4c b!d. Barley Finn at 70&S5C Provisions Dull and unchanged; only Email job trade done. Produce Butter unchanged; Eggs steady at 16c. Cattle Slow; exports, f605Mj53; good to choice shipping steers. f.j.CO&.10; com mon, to medium, $5.00&5J0: feeders, $4,753 5.23; corn fed Texas steers, fo.00Q3.7o. Sheep Quiet; common to fair $3,223:4.25; medium to good, ?4.405JI3; choice to extra, .5O&6.50. Hons Active: light, S6.35I&G.50; packing, J6.4OSfi.80; heavy, SC.80.7.00. CnicAGO. March, 29. Flour Quiet. Wh...

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. — 3 April 1884

TT ''Tt-V . r?- T ?, - v ' - --' 4 . -v kJv C I .f .5.' .;- S. K. STEOTHEB. J STROTHER BROTHERS, Jiilitorx nnil J'uMixher. T JJ1 Abilene Keflectoe. Thursday, April 3, 1834. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ONE Ccrrr, One Ykak, : : : : S1.CO '- SixMontii.s, : : t .75 Advertising Rates, Reasonable. Politics and the City Election. The effort to introduce politics into the election for city officers will be dep recated by honest thinking people. Xo city government, however large or small, should be made the sport of po litical chance. What tax-payers should require of candidates is that they con duct and prosecute an intelligent, eco nomical administration. Xo oppressive burden .should be laid upon the people. A man should be supported not be cause he is a republican, or a democrat, or a greenbaclcer. but because of Ids ability and honesty. Thinking and be lieving thus, the Hkklkctok does not hesitate to denounce the attitude of the Gazette on this question. Last week that paper said: Abilene sJi...

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. — 3 April 1884

vi -w iV V a. c'-n V . -t 'i 4 -." t.-- A it '. ' ' "W it is j - re i v ft y ' 700 yards elegant summer silks just re ceived and for sale at very low prices, at J. G. Hamaker & Co.'s. LlSTEES, Planters, and Check Koweks, at Bonebeake's. fl ' WW Mks. C'omo Spriito Millinery, i-iii:: voice of Spring and Summer Millinery Goods. Ladies are invited to call and examine stock. SUMMER SILK SUMMER SILK SUMMER SILK SUMMER SILK SUMMER SILK SUMMER SILK SUM MER SILK. SUMME We cm jHi-itivi'ly Mtow von tin- l.'.i-vc-'t i.tock f SUMMKIt SILKS vwr brought to Abilene, ami iit reaonable price. J.(. Ilamnker A; Co. SUM MER SILK. I SILK SUMMER SILK SUMMER SILK SUMMER SILK SUM3IER SILK SUMMER SILK IIAWOltTil CHECK ROWERS, AT BOXEISKAKE'S. "DV 15?ftw 1 Tive Car Loads of CarD Wire. Rarb Wire, a large portion of which is offered at 5 cents per pound, has just been received by the Jierry Rros. Mercantile Company. Eaolk, Sulky and Dkeki-; Walking Listens at Uoxkmiakk's. NORTHCBAPT has the most complete li...

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. — 3 April 1884

$?; t"", .jMwesr ' . H p,.f.-.r- -o? T - - TTV fLPrV J -J--" ", s-7" -." fi V, 4' J ft T' I 1 ! "'a I! - ii ; ' . r - f I " iJ .-f ABlLEffE REFLECTOR ' i . PUBLISHED EVEBY THURSDAY BY STEOTHEE BROS. A WEEKSKEWS. Cleaned by Telegraph and Mall . CONGBKSSIONAX. The Senate on the 24th was presided over by Senator Sherman, designated under the rule by the Vice President for that pur pose. The bill to increaso the salaries of United States Circuit Judges was discussed, but nothing definite was accomplished. The Education bill was then discussed, leading to considerable "back talk" between Senators Ingalls and Vance. In the course of the de bate a message was received from the House announcing the agreement of that body to the report of its conference committee on the Senate joint resolution appropriat ing $10,000 for the contingent fund of the Senate, and further announcing the non-concurrence of the House in the Senate amend i ment to the urgency of the deficiency bill. The Senate agreed...

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. — 3 April 1884

v .lr - " C S ' ,r W 'X V 'ifT , ' 4' ? ) - . .f ,'. f r - 4 i: Ui ' j if I'L -r Ml- - A ; k i u i M i" l 'a ABILENE EEFLECTQR PUBLISHED EVERY THUBSDAY BY STROTHEE BROS. POETRY AND TEE POOR. The world is very beautiful?" I said, As yesterday, beside the brimming stream. Glad and alone, I watched the tremulous gleam Slant thro the wintry wood, green-carpeted "With moss and fern and curving1 bramble spray, And bronze the thousand russet margin reeds, And in the sparkling holly glint and play. And kindle all the brier's flaming seeds. " The world is very horrible!" I sigh, As, in my wonted ways, to-day I thread Chill fctreets, deformed with dim monotony, Hidinir strange mysferiesof unknown dread, The reeking court, the breathless fever-den. The haunts where things unholy throng and brood; Grim crime, the fierce despair of strong armed men. Child-infamy, and shameless womanhood. And men have looked upon this piteous lives unvisited by beauty's spell And said: "Let be; it is not meet to ...

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. — 3 April 1884

-Vt,.. '- ' s , Vv "V " '"- 5.; ' - t n H Brother Blaine's Peculiar Position. In his quiet study iJUlnff, and a web historic tnlttln?, Brother Blaine has found a llttlng- nnfcJi or a great career. When at night his eyes he closes, peacelully lie nowrepo-es, nesting ona bed of roses, free from pain and doubt and fear. This much surely must be clear. When about him there arc Hying many Insects, peering, spying. And with strong instance trying schemes to draw him from his task. I will not," he says, "be tempted; as a veteran exempted, And with an my time preempted, one thing on ly now I ask In the Muses' smiles to bast All! I know you, Pennsylvania; IJain hUU.lt seems, your mania; But,myprecions friends, In vain yc urge me forth from my rPtreat. Many States their suit are pressing, and It Is a special blessing, All this pleading and caressing; but my book Is not complete. And repose Is very sw ecu "Blaine and Lincoln? If you mention those two names to our Convention Twill not alter my ...

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. — 10 April 1884

t It , " i X THE ABILENE REFLECTOR. ABILENE, DICKINSON' COUNTY, KANSAS, APRIL lO, 188-4. NO. 34. VOL. I. v' HBS'BlV H lil I H H H H II H r i' In tie Dry Goods HBflartMt, A superb stock of NEW SWUNG GOODS will be found, comprising all the new novelties and in the most at tractive styles; ranging in price from 8$ cents per yard and upwards.2 Sea our Great Showing of Hew Goods in Prints, Sateens, Ginghams, "White Goods, Embroideries, Gloves, Ribbons, Hosiery, Corsets, Linens, Domestics House Furnishing Goods. Lace Curtains, Shawls, Handkerchiefs, Laces, Ruching, &c, at prices beyond all competition. THE CLOTHING DEPARTMENT, FOR GENTS AND YOUTHS, Full to overflowing, and in style, ele gance and variety, not surpassed by any house west of Kansas City or St. Louis, "which in prices we defy any competition. In the Furnishing DEPAHTMENT. We will show special dcsighsitt "White Shirts laundried and luilaundried, Fancy Shirts in Cheviots and Percales. An immense variety of Underwear. A mag...

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. — 10 April 1884

.1 i yj; ah communications for this pope ebould be accompanied by the name of fa author: not necessarily for publication, bu as an evidence of good faith on the part o the writer. Write only on one side of theps per. Be particularly careful in giving name and dates to have the letters and figures plair end distinct. TO A CHILD. Kathleen of the plad blue eyca,- - ElMocks clarK anu cumns Kathleen of the laughing voice. Like a wild stream whirling: "When I saze into those eyes. Deep I read the story .- Of a long-lost Paradise And the young world a glory. Mpnyafcue of fairyland Have wo dreimcd together. By the hearth in shadow-time. Out on wind-swept heather. . Tired, I told of prince and fay,. Court nnd castle hoary; Give me. fwect, my turn to-day 1, too, crave a story. Blue eves telling tales to mine , J)ark"ly raise their fringes: , iSrth had doors to Heaven once. Wide on goldnn hinges. Trorn beyond, the timeless light Ilanished time and sorrow; Child-world had no yesterday. Heaven w...

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. — 10 April 1884

S A . a Of FARM AND FIRESIDE, ATsout 55,000,000 bushels of wheat are annually 'used for seed in this country. A gill of strong green tea is said to be "a specific for sheep poisoned by eating laurel. Chicago Journal. The more an acre will produce tho larger the profit, and the better you cultivate that acre the more it will pro duce. New England Farmer. Paint which has become dry and hard ma- be removed by rubbing the spot with oxalic acid diluted with water. Try a weak solution first, and if that does not remove the stain, in crease the strength. Troy Timzs. Keep the horse collars clean. The dust and dirt which adhere to collars when they are wet with sweat works into lumps and ridsres, and sore shoulders arc the result. If the collars become hard, wah them clean, pound them and apply oil. -V. Y. Herald. Grass means cattle; cattle means manure; manure means rich lands; rich lands mean good crops, and good crops mean prosperity. This is the history of the world. Seed part of your fa...

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. — 10 April 1884

i Abilene Reflectob, Thursday, April 10, 1884. Thfe retimis from municipal elections all over the country are encouraging to democrats. The shadowy form of Dr. Hodge was seen flitting mysteriously or mysteri ously flitting about the streets last Monday. Chief Justice Field, of California, is one of the latest democratic can didates for the Presidency- He is in the hands of his friends. The prohibitionists should mingle their tears with democratic brine. Monday's election was just about as en couraging to one as the other. J. iv. Wilson, the sunflower, should ered the republican parly at the polls and marched with it to victory. Johnny is an isosceles triangle in politics. The heavy frost of Monday morning was too much for our Berry, and, like Topsy, it fell from the vine. But the Berry will live to laugh at some of its pickers. The bill to restore the duty on wool to the tariff rate of 1807 was defeated in the House last Monday by a vote of 118tol2G. This vote indicates that theMoKK...

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