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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 25 October 1888

h I i -BiiAiM AND HAEMSON. i Bemarkably Happy Speeches by the Two Great Leaders. The Maine Statesman Take Mills Tariff Speech for a Text, anil Mr.Harrison Ad dresses a Large Delegation of Ger man Republicans. Hon. J. G. Blaine addressoJ the Repub lican voters of Evansville, InL, and vicin ityon the ei-eninj; of the 13th, analyzing Mills' tariff Ijill and ideas la the following masterly way: I have carefully read the speech delivered In this city by Hon. Rokct Q. Mills, chairman of the Committee on Ways and Means, to whom the authorship of the Mills bill is popu larly impaled. It is altogether a singular speech. It assails very bitterly the doctrine of protection, ridicules it, and then, in varied form of argument, trie3 to persuade his hear ers that the Mills bill has not really changed the protective Xeatures of the tariff. It has, he says, simply reduced the average of duties from 47t per cent, to 42J4 per cent., and he argues earnestly that this 5 per cent, re duction will not di...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 25 October 1888

.' t S.' "-I 31 Hodge Brother s btreat Stoye H ouse o We now have on our Sample Floor the Finest Display of STOVES ever shown West of Kansas City, and We are selling at prices Lower than any House in the County, uur gooas are an new ana warranted to give satislaction. ' " . "7Te lisfve Stores ra-rLgrln. irL price from 3 to 60. .:.".--". - - Don't fail to see our Small S1IEES IRON HEATERS suitable for Bed-Rooms. We will Guarantee the Best and Handsomest Oak Stove Made, as Cheap as you can Buy an ordinary Oak Stove. -We want Everybody to coma and see our elegant stock. Our assortment and prices will convince you that here is the place to buy- HODGE BBOTHERS, Abilene, Kansas. KTV JOHNn I famSE$&wr5yf9E& When the procession was formed at 7 put our laborers on the same plane as ' audience's close attention but brought o'clock it really seemed as though all those of Europe for they must compete the county wanted to carry torches or in the same market, iu some way aid in the demons...

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. — 1 November 1888

i t 1- "' ' "" " "" " ll i r tasmr i S- w "Twfrs"t-BB a.. t - arwjuia ( niftr VOL. VI. ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 1, 1888. NO. 10. Wwmt: 'dJ W ri We want all the QmW Mil IiOAN! WIEJ OJLZsT GET, At as Favorable a Rate of Interest as can be obtained elsewhere. B2FCall on us before you make your Loan.s The Abilene Mortgage Co. Office up-stairs over Citizens Bank. " 31 ch 15, 'SS,-iy Those who will encamp their army in the swamp of slander and defama tion will abandon the victory to the army that is on the heights. It is a strange thing that Mr. Malott never in his meetings says one word re garding lower interest laws, though the Gazette says he favors such action. If he does why not say so? One hundred and fifty Eepublican clubs in Xew York State outside of the city show a Democratic membership of 2,000. The Democrat who is betting on Xew York begins to think that he must hedge. Vote the Republican ticket. The Hope Herald after its lengthy "blow" of last week tames dow...

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. — 1 November 1888

ti 1 i n ABILEffE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED BY EEFLECTOfi PUBLISHM COMPffl. OUERBNT COMMENT. The inquiry into the aqueduct scan dal commenced at Washington on the 26 th. The public schools of Athens, O., ' lave been closed because of the prev- ' alence of diphtheria. Mrs. James G. Blaise, Jr., is re ported by her physician to be lying quite sick at New York. Further reports of extreme distress in Ramsey County, Dak., have been published. The "worst sufferers are said to be a settlement of Polish Jews, numbering 238 souls. Several thousand miners of York shire, England, have struck and many more are expected to follow. Coal, in consequence, has advanced from thirty to forty per cent, in price. The Neue Frie Presse says that the contemplated marriage between Prince Alexander, of Battenberg, and Princess Victoria, a sister of the German Em peror, has been abandoned. Government clerks are receiving cirtf olars from some persons interested in Civil-service reform, calling their attention to th...

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. — 1 November 1888

h t t a A &BEAT CEDIE. Governor Martin Denounoes the Democratic Circular. The Document Passes Far Beyond the Bounds of Partisan Politics A Polltl- eal Libel Witli Figures a False as Tliey are Hurtful. Topeka Cor. Kansas City Journal, October 25. Governor Martin was found in his office yesterday looking over a document re cently issued by the Democratic State Central Committee, purporting to give "farm, city and town individual mortgage indebtedness," the "municipal bonded in debtedness, except school," and the "as sessed valne of the real estate of Kansas for 1888." He spote very bitterly of the publication. He said: "This document passes far beyond the bounds of partisan politics it is a polit ical infamy. The man who, for a sup posed political purpose, would thus tra duce and defame Kansas, and destroy the credit of the State, and of its citizens, is a public enemy, and ought to be so regarded by every decent citizen of the State. "In the first place, there is no more con nect...

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. — 1 November 1888

v v - - A , f r $ Mtfto. THUBSDAY, NOVEMBEB 1, 1888. W Relettor PabMina Ccapany. JOHN J. COOPBB, President. O. L. KOOBE, Tlce President. KICHAED WABING, Secretary A. W. EICE. Treasurer. NOTICE TO QUIT. The President, Through Secretary Bayard, Notifies Great Britain to Withdraw Her Obnoxious MinisterThe Secre tary Indites a Letter on the Subject. JOHN J. COOPER, A. W. BICE, O. L. MOORE, B. P. NELSON, BICHABD WABING. Richard Waring, Business Manager. ADVERTISING BATES. Mini 3. odiums... tfk ealnma. Sb eoluxm.. lw lml3m t8 818 $33 6 13 2 3 i 12 2 4 8 1 2 4 em I ly WOW SH 60 2d S m so I 10 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. How Minister West Has Violated the Boles Governing Accredited Foreign Eepre- sentativeB. thn year. . .. I& MtBtfcS.... $150 85 50 The American sheep will get their revenge next Tuesday. The Democrats are deserting Banker Malott as fast as rats desert a sinking ship. B. W. Peck is already ten lengths ahead of Seeds, and is liable to distance the latter gentleman at the finish. W...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 1 November 1888

; m i ., . r Have your prescriptions compounde, at John M. Gleissner's Drug Store east side of Broadway, cor. 3d st. 39-1 y f lj Hejtotor. THUBSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 188S. Official Paper of Connty id City. Young Henry De Haven picked up a five dollar bill this morning opposite Morse's shoe store. He has not yet found the owner. The famous trotter, Invincible, made an attempt to trot a mile in S:20 this afternoon at the Drivintr Park. He only succeeded in making 2:25. m i i From a personal letter we learn that Capt. C. J. McDivitt, now in Santa Paula, Cal., will be home in time to vote for Harrison, Morton and Hum phrey. It is rumored that he will move to Wichita to engage in business. California does not suit Kansans, in spite of its "magnificent climate." Probate Court. A large number of witnesses and on lookers were present today at Judge Seeds' court on account of the trial of an insanity case. The case was that of the 28-year-old son of Jacob Kohler, who lives on Lyon creek in Libert...

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. — 1 November 1888

t V CLEVELAND'S record. What" the Patriotic WorklnfWomen of the Country Think of It. Tho term of Grover Cleveland a3 President 'of the United States will end the fourth of next March, and now, when on tho eve of a Presidential election, in which he forced his re nomination for a second term, we deem it a duty we owe to the in dustrial of the country to review his record, that they may determine whether it is to their interest as "bread-winners to (jive him their fran chise. We shall show that he is the avowed enemy of the cause of labor, the friend of monopolies, great corpora tions, money kings and syndicates; a defender of and sustainer of Wall street- brokers, and the champion of National banks against the interests of the people. Four years ago Mr. Cleveland de clared that the eligibility of a Presi dent for re-election was a menace to good government. Now ho stands as a second-term candidate, who un scrupulously used official patronage to lave, himself renominated, dictating ev...

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. — 1 November 1888

r&' V h ORTH STEIN AGAIN. The Enniu C1t Crook "urns Up an a Slick Swindler Under an As&utncd Xajno la Baltimore. Baltimoue, 3Id., Oct 25. Two -weeis ago, when the interest in the Whitechapel woman tnunlers in London was at its height, the Sun published a series of arti cles from the pen of a writer signing him self Walter A. SIcNulty, which produced widespread comment for lha ingenuity of the analysis nnd the bright style. The writer was a strar.ger in Baltimore and was stopping at Barnum's Hotel, and an eminent physician whose attention was drawn to the articles in question invited the writer to call upon him. He did so and the doctor was clmrnicd by McXulty's lice conversational powers. The following Monday McNuIty went in great haste to the doctor's house and asked him to identify him at some bank, as ha had a dralt on Rand & McKally, of Cnica go, for $2-V), which he desired to havu cashed in time to catch the 1:43 Iraia fur Washington. The doctor drovo him to the Uni...

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. — 1 November 1888

y -J "WOtf TTn mr -- y. ' 7 N fije lefktor. THUBSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 188S. 8ScM Paper of Coimty anfl City, Several carloads of sheep went east this afternoon, innocent victims of Democratic low tariff laws. Yesterday afternoon the Santa Fe train set on fire and destroyed the mag nificent orchard on the Harbottle place east of town. "Invincible," the fast 4-year-old, lowered his record yesterday at the Driving Park. He brought it down from 2:2S to 2:23. I T The farmers are rallying to the sup port of B. W. Peck, who as one of them they look upon with feelings of kindness and favor. I T Miss Annie F. Chaffee, of Solomon City, was granted a State teacher's certificate by the State Superintendent at Topeka Saturday. The ladies of Herington gave the Knights of Pythias a banquet Friday night. The fair sax seems to have a remarkable admiration for theKnigbts. ' No Republican has a valid reason this year for scratching his ticket. The Medaris case, in which Jas. and John Medaris were accused o...

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. — 8 November 1888

f biimt Wnkfa v M l ; i' v -. VOL. VI. ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 8, 1888 NO. II. 1 & $r W i fyJw Jr' V fe We want all the QBOW IABM "WIE .O-A-Isr QET, At as Favorable a Rate of Interest as can be obtained elsewhere. 22FCall on us before you make your Loan.cjg3 The Abilene Mortgage Go. Omoe up-stairs ovr Citizens Bank. L 51 ch 15, "MS,-' J1 TUVtTTyWMUW)'l"t-TlJ1 Belvu Lock wood i- credited -U- 2,'ains of tli- Loading; State mid Na saying that m woman who makes n tj0i.al Ca..d .Jar.s-St.ite Constitu idol of a poodle dog is fully civilizt-d. ; timiai .Am nilaients. The papers throughout the State' have not yet got done talking about How the Voting Wont in 1884 and at the mischief committed by the joung- Bters on Hallowe'en. We'll bet a nickel that Belva forgets to do up her hair in curl papers to night, so anxions will she be to hear whether she is elected or n.t, Joe Iloward, the famous newspaper correspondent, received a horsewhip ping the other day at the hands...

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. — 8 November 1888

. .' ABILENE REFLECTOR -PUBLISHED BT- ELECTOR PUBLISHM COMPAJfY. - -CURRENT COMMENT. Theee sire ninety-two thousand paupers in London. The Suez canal convention "has "been signed at Constantinople by the Pleni potentiaries -of -all the European powers. The case of General Adam Badeau against the widow of General U. S. Grant for $10,000 for alleged services on General Grant's memoirs has been discontinued on consent of both par ties. A PAMrHLET entitled "Kaiser Fred erick in Versailles; Souvenirs of a Di plomat,"1' is published at Leipsic. The work is apparently intended to coun teract statements made in me Emperor's diary. late The Nobel brothers, the Baku pe troleum refiners, spent $25,000 in en tertaining the Czar. They presented to the Czarina a diamond bouquet holder valued at $10,000. Another petroleum firm at Baku spent $20,000 n honor of the Czar. The Amalgamated Society of Rail way Servants of Great Britain and Ireland met -at Preston recently. Their condition was flourishin...

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. — 8 November 1888

n i s, V y . h XJ H ABILENE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED BI- REOTOB PUBLISHING COMPAM. COMPENSATION. I did sot think that I was old, Albeit in my hair I noticed that some silver threads "Were scattered here and there. The age in -which -we live, they sa7, Makes people prematurely gray. Though dependent on my glasses, It gave me no surprise Sewing and reading as I do. Would try most people's eyes: And half our young folks now. you know, Wear glasses everywhere they go. Rheumatic twinges might have been A hint of age to me: They used to be old folks' complaints, But doctors all agree That changes of the weather tell On young folks nowadays as well. I know I'm getting "fussy ways,". I want things plumb and true ; I like my cup of tea at noon, My quiet corner too. But such things come about I've found. Where children are no more around. But I am old. ril tell you why: rm grandmother to-day, A fact I've seen and felt, and one That holds undoubted sway. Yes, grandmother! That used to be A name tha...

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. — 8 November 1888

- i, - ' J i - - J. 5! - -. 5.4ve . - r'!f !.M - wfcj r , - js; -v. ?j VMS x W&t Mtdox. i u LCi THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 188S SUBSCRIPTION BATES. C&a year ......... - slou fix months X liree monthi Uiotabd Waring, Business Manager. AHA! 010! HAWK AND 4 . fc . - Protectioa" Has TriijM, Ala, ii FREE TRADE MINIONS Laid In, Laii Low. Tte People Have Saii TM OLD GROVER MUST GO. All Over tie Land, Republicans fin on Every Raid, SoHerelsOorSoiaoifeSioi It 1 Glee, Hairison Tri innjfls flu Moitaii to Sea Bur Giover Is Sailinff Salt River May, We Sins Oof Sobe Glaflly, Be Gay, Be Gay. SHELTON, Cor- 3d and. Cedai Sts-, AB3XS1TE. B W ABA r im $KCt is not our pur pose to be sensational when advertising. We don't claim to give the public something very good for nothing. But we do claim that at all times we are prepared to sell goods closer to COST than any other house in the city, and patrons will al ways be waited on prop erly whether they pur chase or not. Attractive Values in All Kinds of...

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. — 8 November 1888

ABILENE WEEKLY EEFLECTOR-SUPPLEMENT FOR NOVEMBER 8, 1888, 5H', il L&. k - if- r irjii f""t - The re! st. encourat bave m bUrtlS"UKp -1. :ni,fe cept Her, that placW" Ben Pejf mainder'i 18 votestl the oufct change w John if nvpr Tobl . ..; liepuniicj from 400 3T? TheT Jr tn ftVim- 450. jPS It 13 IK the victaj joyous. Good-b W hereSS. yotes thr county? Aud the here audi nothiug. The ReI a respect! to cool oiH victory ita "We wort sick on ell wonderful aa gol'ij County! away froi of ease. could not publicanij TUn f ought to I kWf a eeasp- I flunk- Mlf ISlER- 5 - 1Cf, ' r"' ' 1 Ford', w tdf a? JENJAIUN HaBKISON. Orison Carries New York State "With a Plurality of "Nearly Ten Thousand. HARRISON! k M0RT0I (liana. Alan Faita m T.jitr. Vtv Ttat Eaeky Sou Republican Gains in (he State. SQlhieis Gives a Good VotaPor Palmer But Jet Enongh to Defeat Fifer Eitarns Prom Other States. Uzw York, Nov. 8. Harrison has un OQbtedly carried New York State with a 3lcrality of nearly 10.000 not more. Th...

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. — 8 November 1888

- , -?v "- 1tXIt .. , UMHMMMMiMlliyMnai " ., ' TSj v 4- . 4 V ' Tk Have ynur prescriptions componnde. at John M Glebsner's Drug Store east side of Broadway, cor. 3d St. 39-ly fcfte He-Hector. THURSDAY, XOVEMBEB 8, 18SS. flfaM Paper of fluty and City. A GLEAN SwSTl '- Dickinson County Gives Every Be- ' publicad Candidate a Hand some Majority- I Ciiif OR BEN PECK! Seeds (I Defeated by 18 Plurality. on" end J, W. sGiimslGitiing egisiators, I Crow for Burton & Gibson. Ford, Anderson, Bitting and BakerAII Winners. The result of the county vote is most encouraging to the Republicans who have made a square fiht for the straight ticket. Unoflicinl returns have been received from every precinct ex cept Herington. It is only known that that place gave Seeds 78 majority. As Ben Peck has 97 majority in the re mainder of the county it elects him bj 18 votes. There is a possibility that the official canvass tomorrow may change the result, but it is not likely. John A. Anderson hss about 1000,...

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. — 8 November 1888

' .V- & j?i. S3T"A11 communications for this paper should be accompanied toy the name of the author; not necessarily forjubllcatlon, but as an evi dence of good faith on the part of the writer. "Write only on one side of the paper. Be particularly careful in giving names and fates to have the letters and figures plain and 'distinct. THE REASON WHY. He did not seem a man for deeds Malicious or inhuman. He ever bad a helping band For friendless maa or wotnaa; Out in the busy working world He wrought, each daylight hour. And men deferred to him, as one Whose word was law and power. Then why, within hU pretty home. Once filled with joy and gladness. Stands he with bated breath, and air Of deep remorse and sadness! He has a conscious look. I think, So shy and hesitating; He seems a very knave confessed. And for his sentence waiting. If storms without assailed hi3 peace. The hearts at home would aid him, Now why do wife and sisters dear "With chldings stern upbraid him! Come, let me w...

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. — 8 November 1888

V k TRAIN ROBBERS. Sold Kobbery of a Mexican Central Train A Xear El Pud, Tex. Partially Foiled. 'El Paso, Tex., Nov. L When the Mex ican Central north bound passenger train, consisting of an engine, five freight cars, a baggage and express car and two.passen ger coaches, had reached a point twelve miles this side of Ban Jose and sixty-two miles from El Paso three masked men crawled over the tender of the engine, covered the engineer and fireman with four six-shooters and compelled them to stop the train. They then uncoupled the two passenger cars and leaving them ran on with the Test of the train. The Wells Fargo messenger tried to get a Mexican, M. T. "Villeggs, started out of the car, but the robbers fired into the car and drove him Six miles this side of the first stop tho robbers stopped again and broke in the end door of the express car. While they were doing so the messenger jumped out of the side door and ran off in the dark ness, carrying the key to the big iron safe, in wh...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 8 November 1888

f de Jtefledar. UNPR NT THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1888. -A J ECEDE IMal Paper of Comity ana City, The city teachers hold their monthly institute next Saturday. Sheriff Naill took S. H. Kohler to the insane asylum at Topeka Friday. J. A. Kummerland is turning out some beautiful galvanized iron finish ing for the La Crosse bank. - - - The southwest teachers' institute meets at Solomon next Saturday. Ab ilene will furnish a good delegation of pedagogues. Last Friday was tried the case of State vs. Potter in which the defendant was accused of cruelly beating a cow which kicked him over while he was milking. The evidence was decidedh interesting and made plenty of fun for the court room visitors. The defen dant was acquitted and the case dis charged on the ground of emotional in sanity on thejpart of the cow. " Wedded.' Our old friend, M. H. Cromwell, has forsaken the ways of single blessed ness and has taken unto himself a wife. lie was married Saturday t Miss Mary Shriver, 'of Solomon City...

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. — 15 November 1888

1 f S fi1 . I J r y VOL. VI. ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, NOVEMBER 15, 1888. NO. 12. Ifefleh) Mitftol R !k h X We want all the At as Favorable a Rate of Interest as can be obtained elsewhere. 23i"Call on us before you make your Loan.jES The Abilene Mortgage Co, Office up-stairs oyer Citizens Bank. - A!ch 15, 'SC.-lJ' Graver's all right, left. He's got Francis The soldier-statesman, Harrison, will not veto the veterans' pension bills. Very few of those who voted hist Tuesday will live Ion enoush to see another Democratic president. We didn't need West Virginia and California, but they would insist upon forcing themselves into good company. 'Twas the eagle and the Hag against the lion and J he lag, and we paw the red bandana through defeat's disaster drag. Cleveland cm thank Hill for Irs dA- fesiT. Hill will rt't-eivo his reward in! 1HH2 when he si't-rayts to giin rretiid-ney The American people will have a great deal to give thanks for on the 29th. Let it be a day of rejoicing ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
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