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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 17 May 1888

fe -y V ' Have your prescriptions compounded at John M. Gleissner's Drug Store, east side of Broadway, cr. 3d street. 39-ly lije Medou Official Paper of County and City, THURSDAY, MAY 17. 1SSS. FRANK A. SMALLEY, Attorney at Law ABILENE, KANSAS. Southeast Corner JJroalnay and :M Stieets. W. S. Stambaugh dehveis the Memorial-day address at Gypsum City. W. J. Khkwood, we are pleased to know, is rapidly recovering from his siege of illness. Work on the 8,000 addition to the Enterprise school building will com mence this week. Prof. A. II. superintendent Owen was rc-plected of fcchools in Salina Monday night, salary. $1,500. The art lectures, to be given in the opera house next month, will be a treat that Abilene has never yet enjoyed. In justice to the high school trustees, we will state that the bid of S. 11. Iloag for ?1 2,000 was withdrawn before the final decision. The Kansas Farmers' Insurance Co. have removed their offices to elegantly furnished apartments over the First National ...

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. — 17 May 1888

ABILENE BEFLEC10R I'UBMSHED Br 8EOTBR PUBLISHING- COMPffl CTJBSENT COMMENT. IIahlok Sands, a -wealthy New Yorker, was thrown from his horse and killed in London recently. 3Iits. Elizabetu Cady Stanton has "been president of the "Woman's Suf frage Association twenty years. In the grand court of the Kremlin at Moscow there is about to be erected a monument to the memory of the late Czar which will cost 8650,000. A deaf mute living in Silesia has written to Dr. Mackenzie offering to sacrifice his larj'nx if it be possible to transfer it to the Emperor's throat Dr. Mackenzie replies to the man that the loss of his life would neither help the Emperor nor benefit science. Crown Prince "William has re quested Mr. Carl Schurz to thank the Americans and the Germans in America for their expressions of sympathy on the occasion of the death of Emperor "William, and also for the sympathy manifested by them for Emperor Frederick in his sufferings. The French Ambassador, M. Wad dington, has offici...

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. — 17 May 1888

-k- M H :- ABILENE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED Br- MOTOR FDBLISHIK& COMPANY- THE WATERFALL. Not far away, in a quiet spot. TVhere oft I co when my head is hot And my feet are tired, is a waterfall 'That dashes over s garden walL And this is the song it sins to me: "True, true to eternity." Sometimes I go in the winter snow. When the icicles han like coral row. Chiseled and planned by a ma-ter hand. Greater than any magician's waad: And then, as ever, it sings to me: "Pure, pure to eternity." Sometimes when meadows are fair to see And the bride of the zephyr, anemone, Is nestling under the leaves of spring. With the violets blue as a bluebird's wing, 'Tis then the waters sing swet to me; "Hope, hope to eternity." And oft in summer at sunet hour. When the soul communes with a higher power, And the foaming waters are gold and red. Taking the hue of the heavens o'erhead. Then softer than ever it sings to mc: "Peace, peace to eternity." I should like when I go to the world above. Where the b...

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. — 17 May 1888

Wft Beflerfotr. Official Paper of Comity aai Gity. THURSDAY, MAY 17, 188S. Subscribers, Your Premium, Every person subscribing to or renewlnj: their subscription to the Reflector, and paying their subscription In advance, will be supplied with the Kjlssas City Weeklt Joubkal free durtne the Campaign ol 1888. that U. until November 15. Here ft an opportunity to place In your family tne largest ana rest weejsiy paper pnuusnea m Kansas City. Send in your names at once and pet two papers for the price of onr own. Reflector Publishing Co. Some fine artificial walks will be laid around the new jail. A. G. Buchanan, postmaster, has been allowed a pension. The public schools of Atchison closed on account of diptheria. are Of the 472 students of the State Ag riculture college at Manhattan, 126 are natives of Kansas. You are losing money every day if you do not accept our offer of the Kan sas City Journal free. iii fieo. W. Winans was re-elected su perintendent of the Junction City schools; s...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 24 May 1888

'Wt.'JMiuC. (L A fc f-4 v - 'f - 3 v Uiilmu Ifeekli ftefUetrt. VOL. V. ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, MAY 24, 1'888. NO. 30.1 -? v-i X Tfr. We want all the OOOD HIM li ANi "WE O-AJST G-ET, At as Favorable a Rate of Interest as can be obtained elsewhere: 33TCall on us before The Abilene Office up-stairs over Citizens Bank. "fc Jlch 15, It is conceded on all sides that Gen eral Gresham is in the lead for the Presidential nomination. Fred Douglas will address the "Wo men's Suffrage convention to be held in Boston the latter part of this month. Of 2,379 presidential postmasters, 2,060 have been removed by the Presi dent for cause so he says. The cause was that they were Republicans. There will be an effort made to have Grover deal out some taffy to the G. A. It. on Memorial day; but the old sol diers are too sharp for that kind of a game. It is rumored that the A. T. & S. F. will extend its lines east from Chicago toJNew York city. This is probably true such a move will come soo...

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. — 24 May 1888

MEMORY'S FLOWERS. IWrltten for This Paper. 1! !?T H. V&V ir-J-itb ,v. , h CT (7 . ivi- ,UM s. 'TV 4fc r.. . tiiul of ours That sets aside a spe cial holy day, "When .re may strew, with memory's glo w ln;r flowers. The graves of Blue and Gray. &im8m Kot only those vrhoss lives are fair and brief. ror.only flowers o.f the earth are they Flowerpot the heart, that,breathe of horc and fF. grtef, " " - -" That will not fade away. But let us not our offerings confine To patriots who fell on baltle he'ghts; Let all our loved who died. to life divine Share in the sacred rctes. "Where is the home whose circle is cop.plcte? Wuere is the heart that has not lost a friend? Go, cast your Cowers where their incense sweet May. with your prayers, ascend! Ahlfflowers can speak when our poor lips are f darnb. j jOfJlove or woe,in language of their own: And, clustereaion the grave, bring utterance '("from " The cold lips of the stone. Gnor.cn BinDSEVE. .ONE MEMORIAL DAY. Tho Story of a Family Fe...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 24 May 1888

i v THE TAJtilFl? DEBATE. rhe Discussion of the Mills Bill Drawing to a'cioss. 5ynopcs of Speeches Delivered In the Honse of Representative by ,IIcssrg- Randall, McKinley r . . and Itreckcnrldse. At:fr a. i Mr. Randall (Pa.) Trai" rcco?-! Bized. ""The floor was filled -with members and the palleries crowded -with spectators, many of the diploma' is corps being in their gallery. Mr. Randall opened by reading a portion cf the President's message and dratvlng thcrclrom the inference that the President iras averse to any reduction of internal taxation and desired the -whole le dnction of taxes to fall on the tariff. He dif fered from the President on these poin?. and advocated the total repeal of all internal taxes Republican applause, except the reten tion of a tax of fifty cents a pallon on whisky not used in the arts, and the collection of this tax he would transfer to the customs officers. He would also revise the tariff as premised by the Democratic platform of 1P. He discussed in ...

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. — 24 May 1888

r (Hector. THUBSDAY, MAY 24, 1888. ft Mentor MMii Company. JOHN J. COOPER, President. O. L. MOORE, Vice, President. RICHARD WARING, Secretary. A. W. BICE, Treasurer. JOHN J. COOPER, A. W. RICE, O. L. MOOBE, B. F. NELSON, BICHABD WARING. Ik M Richard Waring, Business Manager. C. M. Harger, City Editor. ADVERTISING RATES. lw lm 3m 6m ly One column 88 118 $35 SflOflOO One-half column. -.. f W 20 35 60 One-fourth column 3 8 12 20 35 One-eighth column 2 4 8 L a One inch 1 2 4 6 10 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year 21 9 Six months fa Three months 50 Marion, Kas., has a standing offer of $3,000,000 for the State capital. And no doubt Marion would be ready ancFwilling to pay $5,000 or more of it down. If Topeia wants to sell, now is her time. According to our e. c, the Democrat ic press must be made up mostly of d. f 's, for it professes to be totally in the dark regarding the anti-Cleveland "hint" promulgated by the aforesaid e. c. a few days ago. Xow, it is reported that if Gen. Gresham is nom...

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. — 24 May 1888

Have your prescriptions compounded at John M. Gleissner's Drug Store, east side of Broadway, cor. 3d st. 39-1 y life lefiettor - Official Paper or County ani City. THURSDAY, MAY 24, 188S. FRANK A. SMALLEY, Attorney at Law ABILENE, KANSAS. Southeast Comer Broadway and 3d Streets. Tbe Republican county delegate con vention is called for July 21st, four days before the State contention. - Abilene's handsome mail cairiers, Messrs. Seeds and Cantwell, blossomed out today in elegant summer helmets. The race track is being worked upon every day, and is approaching perfec tion. Abilene may well be proud of it. "" G. B. Colby received a shipment of fine thoroughbred Holstein-Freisan cattle Sunday night. They are from Michigan. Numbers of new and old subscribers are every day taking advantage of our generous offer of the Kansas City Journal free with the weekly during the campaign. m i Salina for next year pays two of its high school lady teachers S65 per month, two grade teachers, $55; seven...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 24 May 1888

V-py"i t. - ,- w inr ,ABILEM BBELECTOB -PUBLISHED BY BEFLCTaR PUBLISHING COMPANY, CUBRENT COMMENT. TnE Canadian House of Commons las voted 1,000,000 for :i new canal at SaultSte. Marie. Dit. Xausex, the noted Swedish ex plorer, has started for Greenland to explore the east coast Several large iron companies of Pennsj-lvania have given notice of ten per cent reduction of wages. A Government decree has been is sued appointing three days for festival celebration of the abolition of slavery In Brazil. Advices have been received in Auck land, N. Z., from Tahiti to the effect that the French were about to annex Karatonga island. A xeguo at Ackworth, Ga., was given sixty-two lashes recently for cir culating damaging stories about a number of 3-oung men of that town. The Princess Alexandria, daughter of the King and Queen of Greece, is toon. to marry the Grand Duke Paul, vounirest brother of the Czar of Russia. A pakty of tithe collectors and po lice were attacked by a mob at Llam fidd. Wal...

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. — 24 May 1888

jLBILESE-EEELECIOE PUBLISHED BY REFLECTOR PDBLISM( COMPAM- THE HOUSE OF HATE. Mine en"my builded well, with the soft blue hills in bight; But betwist his house and the hills I builded a house for spite; And the name thereof I set In stone-work over the Kate, "With a carving of bats and apes ; and I called it The House of Hate. And the front was alive with masks of malice and of despair. Horned demons that leered In stone, and women with serpent hair; That, whenever his glance would rest on the soft hills far and blue. It must fall on mine evil work, and my hatred bhould pierce him through. And I said: "I will dwell herein, for beholding my heart's desire On my foe." and I knelt, and fain had brightened the hearth with tire: Ent the brands they woulJ hiss and die, as with curses a strangled man. And the hearth was cold from the hour that the Hous of Hate began. And I cMImI with a voice of power: '-Make ye merry. H friends of mine. In the hall of my Houe of Hate, where is plenti ful s...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 24 May 1888

Wit Mtdn. Official Pajer of County nl City. THURSDAY, MAY 24, 188S. The brick works southeast of city are looming up. the The finishing touches were added to the new jail yesterday the last Naills. - The Clay Center high school talks of holding its commencement exercises in the public park sometime in June. Fourth of July is being prepared for. The Board of Trade committee and the firemen's committees are hard at work. "We are frequently in receipt of articles unaccompanied by the writers' real names. We cannot use such. We must know the writers for our own protection. J. E. Wilson, the wide-awake, rust ling representative of the Denver Press, arrived on the noon train and will spend a few days shaking hands with his many friends here. m m i James Woods, one of the men who were arrested some time ago and fined $25 and costs by the P. J., made up his mind to change boarding houses and, accordingly, took the first oppor tuaity to leave. He was last seen go ing up Cedar street at a 3:4...

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. — 31 May 1888

! M .- M- hh& 3ibilnw y Si -" VOL. V. ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, MAT 31, 1888. NO. 40. xs& Cc jP-a&cc- Q a w uLty - wttkh We want all the I0B HIM LOANS "WE CD-AJST G-BT, At as Favorable a Rate of Interest as can be obtained elsewhere. irCall on us before you make your Loan.jgs The Abilene Mortgage Co. Office up-stairs over Citizens Bank. Mch 15, SS,-ly Political Parallel. Isn't it about time for Ben Butler to It always pleases historians or critics j "bD UP serenely?" i . , i.; i mstory are remarking ; low its ravS- situation The Sultan of Turkey gets seven and The Chicago Journal finds that La a half millon dollars a year, probably mar is like necessity, because he knows more than one editoi out of four in this State receives. no law. The Gresham boom has taken root in New England: in fact, it seems to be the only boom that is gaining ground just now anywhere. "Weather prophets can win $500 offered by the Detroit Journal by nam ing the three hottest days of 1888...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 31 May 1888

ABILENE REFLECTOR m r PUBLISHED BY- EEFLECTOR PUBLISHIN& COHPAKI. CTJBRENT COl&IENT. Six men named Wolf have petitioned the New York Legislature for a change of name. Kev. Dii. Lyman Abbott has been elected permanent pastor of Plymouth Church. Brooklyn. He is the first reg ular successor to Henry Ward Beecher. A writer in the Fall Mall Gazette says that Mr. Gladstone owns a fine piece of land at Niagara Falls on the Canadian side, commanding a splendid "view of the falls. Mil McLane, United States Minister to France, who was in Washington re cently, said that there was no imme diate apprehension of a disturbance in European politics. Thomas Wynne, aged twenty-six. vas recently found starving and sick in a box car in Cincinnati. He had been without food for a week and died on the waj to the hospital. Mr. Labouchere snys that the Prince Imperial of Russia is so weak, both mentally and physically, that in (less exalted circles he would be re garded as being within measurablo di...

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. — 31 May 1888

V ! J J.JK ABILENE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED BY 8EFLF.flTnB PUBLISHES COMPANY- MEMORIAL DAY. Far down midst Southern mountains "Where lonely pine-trees stand, And where the silvery mist-like moss Has laid Its soft gray hand, "Where through the silent forest No voice e'er echoes, save The sweet -wild song of birds that throng, There lies a soldier's grave. And no stone tells the story. And no words tell his name. And in the list of battles fought He bears no share of faie. His was the soldier's spirit To do and dare and die, Bat not for him in the forest did The thout of victory. "Died on the march!" the saddest Words that a comrade writes; As brave a soldier, though, as he Who in the front rank fights; For him no druirs are muffled, Nor pomp, nor funeral signs. But comrades tried who marched beside Laid him b-neath the plne3 "When we. through all the country. Honor the solcier dead. And wreaths of choicest flowers are brought And words of pra'.so are said Far oif amid the mountains "Who m...

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. — 31 May 1888

r3 ' ti Wat Bejkrfor. rOBLISHKS KVERT AJTZRWOON. EXCEPT BUS VXT, BT TK BFXECTOB PUBLISHINO COMPANY. THURSDAY, MAY 81, 1888. JOHN J. COOPEK, President. O. L. MOORE. Vice, President. HICHARD "WARING, Secretary. A. W. RICE, Treasurer. JOHN J. COOPER, A.W.1UCE, O. L. MOORE. B. P. NELSON. RICHARD WARING. Richard Waring, Business Manager. C. M. IIarqer, City Editor. ADVERTISING RATES. lw 1m 3m 6m j ly One column H 8 lis 135 t& MOO One-half column. a 13 20 35 60 One-fourth column 3 8 12 20 3o One-eighth column -' 4 8 12 20 One Inch 1 S 4 6 10 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year Six months Three months 30 For President, WALTER Q. GHESHAM, of Indiana. Tor Vice-President, WILLIAM WALTERPHELPS. of New Jersey. Tor ConKTessmaii, JOHN A. ANDERSON. A syndicate has been formed in De troit to tunnel the river to Canada. The corkscrew committee will f um ish the enthusiasm at St. Louis next week. All of the Kansas Congressmen have been re-nominated and they will all be re-elected. John A. Anderson, on M...

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. — 31 May 1888

v , Have your prescriptions compounded at John M. Gleissner's Drug Store, east side of Broadway, cor. 3d st. 39-Iy W&t Mertor. Official Paper of Count? ail City. DiSTEICT COUET. THURSDAY, MAY 31, 188S. FRANK A. SMALLEY, Attorney at Law ABILENE, KANSAS. Southeast Corner Broadway and 3d Streets. Banner City is agitating the creamery question. Mrs. Dr. Curtis, of Dwignt, is visit iting relatives and friends in Abilene. i T L. A. Peck, Carlton, was gianted a notatorial commission on Wednesday. The Catholic parish school had inter esting May-crowning exercises in the church last evening. The Sun says that enthusiasts are still digging for coal near Manchester and that they will get it "if they go far enough." Judge Nicholson says that the Abi lene press is tha most courteous in the district, in regard to meddling with court affairs. Preparations for the State Sunday School Association meeting are going forward. Dr. Welsher will deliver the address of welcome. INTO ETiRTJITT Henry Bra...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 31 May 1888

,1 It rg A? tax "Allcomnanttritfos for tola paper sniaia jo accompanied by tb3 name of tne author; no necessarily Tor publication, but as an evi nVnceof good faith on the port of the writer Write"only on 0112 s.3o of the paper. "; parttcnla.ly careful sa smug names and dates to iave tho letters and figures plain and distinct. KEEPING STEP TOGETHER. The Band "was playing martial airs. Theirxnelodies repeating In.ihyttimic rhyme; and, marking time, he drums were loudly beating; Andthbseln uniform "so fine, "With soldier cap and feather, .And others there along the square Were keeping step together. Beside mc walked a maiden fair Whose heart I had been seeking For many a day, but had not found The courage yet for speaking; ' And as I watched her glowing face I really wpndered whether. As.mah and -wife, throughout our life," JVc cou d keep step together. The tane'vas changed; but still the band Kept up its martial measure; In unison the crowd moved on To business, or to pleasure ; And s...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 31 May 1888

v DEMOCRATS. aasir'-!"" ' ' iiBwt The Pennylrnnl Democratic Convention Instruct for-ClCTeland and Kaiom Tariff Reform. Haiikisbuiig. Pa.. Mar 24. The DemoH cratic State convention in session here yes terday, instructed I t a renomination of President Cleveland. The following is part of the platform. The Democratic party of Pennsylvania, by its representatives in convention assembled, de clares that a revision of the tariff laws is neces sary, with a view to their simplification, the correction of their incongruities and Inequali ties, t-e regulation of duties in such a manner as will put American Industry on a firm and permanent basis, covering the difference be tween wages in this country and in foreign countries, the abolition of taxes on raw ma terials for manufactures, and the relief of the people from useless and onerous taxes and from extortion by trusts and monopolies' controlling thepriccs Of the common necessaries of ltfe. That to this end, and that labor may be the more ef...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 31 May 1888

T- Olcial Paper of Comity li City. THURSDAY, MAY 31, 188S. CLASS OF '88. Graduation Exercise of the Abilene High School Diplomas Given to Uine Pupils Prof. A. V. Jewett Honored. Friday evening, :mid flowers,applause and good wishes, the honor of gradua tion from the Abilene high school was conferred upon nine more young ladies and gentlemen. Long before the opening of the exer cices the Bonebrake was filled to over flowing witli an eager, interested audi ence, anxious to view the last appear ance as Abilene high school pupils of the "class of "88." The stage was tastefully, even elegantly, decorated with flowers and tropical plants. Above, were festooned wreathes of ivy leading away from an elegant hand-painted monogram of the figures 1888. Just over the graduates' heads was sus pended the class motto, "Fulma non sine pulvere," "Xo crown without toil," or literally, "Xo palms withont dust." On the stage were a dozen young ladies of the present senior high school class and former gra...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
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