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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 1 May 1884

XJoA loa U-rt- - 'i Y f 1 :a i.-4 t ft 3 1 I" i H -4 I r 1 1 zja u- i -i i r , rfA VOL. I. AJBUJEaSFE, DIOiiZIIsrSON" COUNTY, K-A-HSTSS, MY 1, 1SS4. NO. 37. f J t' ri w HOP TOWN mvpiA 1 Villi ili.1 1 :yi Xli.1 GOLDEN SHOCKEY & SNIDER DEALERS IX OPPORTUNITY. TOWN LOTS FOR SALE FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS. IIHardwareJ In order to organize such a com pany I am offering for .'30 days the south half of section 3, tp. 10, r 3 e. and the south half of section 3, tp. 10, r 3, for sale and Avill take a large interest in the town myself, leaving the management of it to the Company. Hope's future is hright and all know it. It is just half way between Council Grove and Salina; no village for 34 miles east or west. Prompt action is requested. Pleae call on me for information and a meeting will soon be called publicly or private. It is a golden opportu nity. Correspondence solicited. A. HENQUENET, Hope, Kansas- Tin H3 CD mm2 yaZ?eX i" W.& ware Pumps, Farming Implements, of all kinds. JBS? Just r...

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. — 1 May 1884

i CA11 communications for this author; not nece&sarily for publication, but n nn Afiiinnnnnr itmmi iHiin rtn rnn rwint r the writer. Write only on one side of the pa u uu cv - o - - " . JV J per. Be particularly careiui in pivinp name and dates to bare the letters and figures plain and distinct. TIIE WEITTLER. llis knife Is on old-fashioned ono the blade Is of the ktnd That, whiiewith ease it cuts new cheese, its edfire turn1; on the rind. .And it bears the old-time falsehood that so many old knives tell. The prehistoric rebus in the letters "IXL." The sprinir fe worn and shortened, and the Made, which backward leans, Oft clones oa the fingers when opening Bar dines; Though 'tis worthless yet the owner of its merits much doth blow. And wants some 'hoof when asked to trade he atJeast should get tho toe. The whltUcr pits and whistles, when tho weather will permit. On a broods box on the pavement, whore he loveth much to sit, And he talketb of the tariff to a friend from up the pik...

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. — 1 May 1884

f AIOI AA'D PlitESIu. Koil a fev more potatoes than yon want for breakfast and mash them up tvith a little cotton-seed meal for th calf. Troy Times. Never sit or stand with the wind blowing on you for a single moment, or it speedily produces a drill, to be followed with a fever and then a bad rold. A gill of strong green tea is said to b3 a specific for sheep poisoned by eat ing laurel. A farmer who has used this remedy many ear.s says he had saved hundreds of sheep by it. As soon as there is food for insect8 on fruit trees they will be on hand to eat it. Be ready for them. Watch for the first "tcnts""of the caterpillar an I remove them while small. Cleveland LcwJcr. To make beef cakes chop some bee! that is rare, with a little bason or ham season with pepper and a little ouion: mix well and serve with some good gravy raa le from soup-stock thickened with" browned llour. Albanu Journal. Bread, biscuit, rolls and the crut of pies are all jrreatly improved iu flavor and color if they ...

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. — 1 May 1884

ABILENE ReFLECTOB. Thursday, May 1, 1884. Democratic State Convention. V delegate convention of the democratic partr ot the state of Kansas Is hereby called to meet In the hall of the house of representatives. In the city of Topeka, at 4 o'clock, a. m on V ednesday the 28th day of 3Iay, 1 684, for the purpose or elect lne eighteen delegates and eighteen alternates to represent ihe democratic party of the state of Kansas in the democratic national convention, to beheldlnthecltv of Chicago on Tuesday, July 8th,18S4. " ..,,.., The basis of representation In the state con vention shall be one delegate and one alternate for every 250 votes, or any fraction thereor of 123 votes, cast for Don. George A , Gllck, democratic candidate for governor In 1S82. Also, every coun ty In the state that has been organized as a mu nicipal township, shall be entitled to one dele gate and one alternate to said convention, as follows: Aiipn 4'Graham liOsborne. Anderson. Atchison . Barber,.. Barton... Bourb...

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. — 1 May 1884

1 - r P ft Suit Furniture Those who wish to buv furniture in suits should look through Spickler, Meek & Co.'s-large establishment. They have very hand some bedroom and parlor sets at prices according to quality, and lower than can be obtained elsewhere. Mite. C0310 has just open- f Millinery. q .-.-""" .. ,j eu ii nisi in voice of Spring and Summer Millinery Goods. Ladies are invited to call and examine stock. Barb Wire. Five Car Loads of Barb Wire, a large portion of which is offered at 5 cents per pound, has just been received by the Berry Bros. Mercantile Company. NORTHCRAFT has the most complete line of "Wrights extracts in the city, comprising in part the following: Maky Stuart, IIkmotkoi'k, White Lilac, "White Rose. Lily ok the Valley, Tune Ro.e, New Mown ILw, Jockey Cutis, "Wood Violet, Stemianotis, &c.,&c, &c. Boots and Shoes. There is no need to advertise this branch of Berry Bros. Mercantile Co.'s business, for they have all the work they can attend to now....

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. — 1 May 1884

ABILENE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY STROTHER, BROS. A WEEK'S NEWS. Gle&netf foj Telegraph and Mail CONGRESSIONAL. The Senate on the 21st took up the Bankruptcy-bill- On motion of Mr. Sherman, the bill was so amended as to make the examining officers of tho Treasury officers to finally ex amine the bills for disbursements, the bills to be in the first instance sworn to by the parry presenting them and certified to by the Judge. Amendments were proposed by JJeesrs. George, Sherman, Hoar, Ingalls, Ed Hiunds, Morgan and Van Wyck. The bin an emended was reported from the Committee of the Whole to the Senate and passed yeas 82, nays 15. The Chair then laid before the Senate next the special order.it being tho Pleuro- Tmcutnonfa bill In the House. Mr. Eaton xeoortod back the Senato bill to provide for tho performance of the duties of the Presi dent in case of removal by death or resigna tion of both the President and Vice-President. Mr. Mutchler, from the Committee on Civil S...

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. — 1 May 1884

"an h BJb- i ABILEKE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED EVEEY THUESDAT BY 'STROTHER BROS. ZEE FIFER AND DRUMMER OF SC1TUATE. A BALLAD. Founded on an incident of tho War of 1812.3 -"Abby, Abby, they're a-comin'I" "Who's a comin? What's to do?" 0, the British! an there ain't a soul to home but me an' you. -Job's gone courtin, Noah's a-fishln all the neighbors bo afar. "Peek; they're two great boat-loads rowin' for our Sour-ships at the bar. Wbcn they'vo took 'em. what's to hender? don't you s'pose they'll come right down, IPikonn'pun, an' blood an' murder here, an' t rob an' burn the town?" "No. I don't, notef I'm spared an don't you have a chicken heart. "le'me think, an then I'll tell ye; then we both must play our part. Becky, all we've over got ter mind is, just ter do our best; When' that's done, we never need ter fear ter leave ter God the rest. Nobody can't die but once; an' ef our own turn comes to-day. Let it find us at our dooty, an' then find us when it may. Though their swellin hearts be...

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. — 1 May 1884

-Vc A Burning Shame. NewYorkSun. At a dinner of naval veterans in this city on Thursday evening, Gen. Stewart L. "Woodford made a speech. The General always whoops up the boys. He said that it was a burning shame that this great nation did not have its flag flying on every sea, on war ships and merchant vessels alike. "-There must be something wrong about a Gov ernment that suffers its navy to sink into such insignificance." Why did not Gen. Woodford tell his hearers who was responsible for this burning shame, as he calls it? Ever since the war ended the navy has been under the control of the Re publican party the grand old party ! Every Secretary of the Xavy during that period has been a Republican, and one of them is a Republican whose name is infamous through out the length and breadth of the land. They have made the American navy what it is. The shame and wrong that Gen. Woodford talks about are the shame and wrong of the party to which he be longs. Matthew Arnold on America. RE...

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. — 8 May 1884

'., sii&ZZ-JZ1 . " ' A. it ? 5 :-3Tl A - -vWf-"- s , w - - . .-, asr-'rse sfc--spsww ft c f rv i EPLEC "VOL. I. BILEISTE, ZDIGKIZSTSOlSr COUNTY, KANSAS, MA.Y 8, 1884. 3STO. 38. i--?Rr--" ABILENE E lORi 1. t& IV i Wl MIA! GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY. TOWN LOTS FOR SALE FOR THE NEXT 30 DATS. In order to organize such a com pany I am offering for 30 days the south half of section 3, tp. 10, r 3 e. and the south half of section 3, tp. 10, r 3, for sale and will take a large interest in the town myself, leaving the management of it to the Company. Hope's future is hright and all know it. It is just half way between Council Grove and Salina; no village for 34 miles east or west. Prompt action is requested. Please call on me for information and a meeting will soon he called publicly or private. It is a golden opportu nity. Correspondence solicited. A. HENQUENET, Hope, Kansas 5&&$$&$5K&&$!3c &a3B$G0BCB&&X$&& 4.4O0 St SPRING HAS OPENED 55t SAnd Spring 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. — 8 May 1884

;icr - " ,"? 3-; - . . V . XT . j: -3X? i- fr fe- k' H-V, AB1LEM REFLECTUf. PUBLISHED EVEET THURSDAY BY STHOTHRK BTfcO? A WEEK'S NEWS. Cleaned by Telegraph and Mail CONGRESSIONAL Is tho Senae, on the 2Stb, Mr. Cullom, Trom the Committee on Railroads, repotted the original bill to establish a commission to regulate lnter-Stato commerce. Mr. Cullom Stated that the bill wag Intended as a substi tute for several bills relating: to the same sub ject heretofore Introduced. Tho other bills were indefinitely postponed, and tho bill re ported. The Chair placed before the Senate unfinished business or Friday, being the bill to establish a bureau of animal industry and ex tirpate contagious cattle diseases-. The ques tion was, upon the motion of Mr. McFherson to recommit the bill to the Committee on .Agriculture, lost; ayes, 13: nays 30. At the conclusion of a 'one debate, Mr. Plumb wanted to secure unanimous consent that debate on the Dili should close at three oclock to-mor-xow, and a vote b...

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. — 8 May 1884

i'1 -M-" --. C m , -fjC vT "u -- - t i - Q " - - ' M c M I. jiM- - -W ; r- ft nir n"VT n n rrT n rimrv n ABILENE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY .STROTHEE BROS I EXPECTANCY. IDo vou hear him anywhere? f Death Is coming-! lie will stal alonjj tho air, 2Ie will clutch you unaware. '.V Ana tne arnmmmz -Of your heirt alone will say On what day. "Ilis iP mera'ry of the best, Ah! the blighter! He can turn the whitest breast, "When he chills it for Ion? rest. Even whiter, .And no one escapes bis vleir; Then can you? "Do you ever stop to think O! the sorrow! 'That no matter how you shrink From the srave's appalling brink, Some to-morrow Holds a horror for your brow, Numed: "just now?" ' .Death will bo no far-off dread, Wraith unpleasant, JJut he'll bend his ghostly head, llayhap. o'er your midnight bed; Briefest preent "Will be yours, and you will cry. "I must die!"' "With your eyes in dark ellipse, Growing blinder. Tou will wish your ptitTninj? lips, Trwins to their fading: tips, Had...

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. — 8 May 1884

FVawTS i&axita 1 C t ' " '---v AvV V "y T" , ' '. ' " c- :.J:t .. ;3j. jjT"? ""- 5!s t , v '. Abilene Keelectoe. Thursday, May 8, 1884-. Democratic State Convention. A delegate convention of the democratic party of, the state of Kansas Is hereby called to meet In toe hall ot the house of representatives. In the city ot Topeka, at 4 o'clock, a. m,, on W ednesdny the 23th day ot May. ISSi, for the purpose or electa uTI elchtSn deSesand eighteen alternates to rlSttoedmocratlc party of the state or Kansas to the democratic national convention, to beheld in the city or Chicago on Tuesday, July 8tThebkFl3 or representation In the state con vention shall be one delegate and one alternate tareverv250 votes, or any traction thereot or 1 Sror Ho George W, click, democratic candidate tor governor In lSSi Also, every coun tytn the state that lias been organized asamu Sal township, shall be entitled to one dele- gale ana one uuciu"- . w-- v-.- follows: Allen 4 Graham i:Osborne Anderson.... 3...

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. — 8 May 1884

fflj ,-,""yg7 ; ' ; Vf v r-J-yy-yyy :-.WyV! -r-ggsgi k V r (foep'i -jr ,"--?- -e--r;jje.''rr.- v--.p-, --. -n,.- s. ir"-.j V 0 "V . -Y 'X. - v. "A. t f fa. i Suit Furniture Those who wish to buy furniture in suits should look through Spickler, Meek & Co.s large establishment. They have very hand some bedroom and parlor sets at prices according to quality, and lower than can be obtained elsewhere. 31 IIS. COMO has just open- I Millinery. -. ......" -,i cu i uiau ui- voice of Spring and Summer Millinery Goods. Ladies are invited to call and examine stock. Barb Wire. Five Car Loads of Barb Wire, a larce portion of which is offered at 5 cents per pounu, lias jnst been received oy me Berry Bros. Mercantile Company. ffORTHCRAFT has the most complete line of "Wrights extracts in the city, comprising in part the following: Mary Stuart, Heliotrope, Wiiite Lilac, White Hose, Lily of the Valley, Turk Rose. Xew Mowx Hay, Jockey Cluis, Wood Violet, Stewiaxotis, &c &c, &c. Boots a...

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. — 8 May 1884

-V '1 -- "W.-? ! - W ." - o- - 4. T I'1 "j i t3rAa communications for ttua papei isbould be accompanied by the naino of thi Author; not necessarily for publication, but vs an evidence of good faith on the part OJ the writer. Write only on one Bido of thopa-:pe-. Be particularly careful in dvlnp name any soul seek accidents in the "cannon's mouth." He rode slowly forward, and, in a few seconds, the carriage took the same direction. There are no infer- nd distinct. A BUSINESS SERENADE. "Come to your window, lore. The stacs are bright above In theslry, -And I'm etandinff here, alas. In the wot and tangled grass, . And I sigh "To have you at the window there display your Koal-brown eye. O damosel divine. Just par von will bo rain3, And Tm frco To state, my little pet. For your ladyship I'll get. And for me, -A. little Queen Anno cottage painted rod be side the sea. Serenades I know, my sweet.1 Of the gltw-worm e'er should treat, And the rose That dreams upon its 6talk In the Irasrantj-u...

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. — 8 May 1884

t RT: If A-- - x. ? U ' ?,'. -...' V i -y, - Jfr -SH. ft A. 3tLSCEL,E0DS. '-2lt is estimated from a statistical joint of view that los3 of appetite imong young people on account of love annually saves to this country 8100,000,000. Ar. K Graphic. Spurgeon says he never had any laith in luck c ccpt that good luck will 3arry a roan over a ditch if he jumps well, and will put a bit of bacon into hispot if he looks after his garden and Keeps a pig. Henrv Richardson, leading member of the famous vigilance committee in Brown County, Idaho, which hanged fourteen horse-thieves in three month-, has hims"h been lynched near his own come. Denver Tribune. Formerly women conld not legallv marry until they had spun a couple of sets of bed furniture; nence the term spinster, which is still in use. If that rule prevailed now. preachers wo ildn't jet rich on their weddinjr feed. Boston Globe. 3Iunro Adams, the New York law- vcr delected a few weeks a 'o in fnvinjr out fnrjrcd divorces, had a business...

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. — 8 May 1884

"; ?rg'::" & St- i--. - V .-.- -.-.. ITS vt H . iSI 3 v n -- Blaine Eeported Ahead. The last of theTtepublican State Con ventions were held last -week, andBlaine has now more than Arthur of the dele gates to the National Convention. The list is as follows : For Arthur Alabama, 20; Arkansas, 14; Delaware, 1: Florida, 8; Georgia, 24; Illinois, 6; Indiana, 6; Kansas, 2; Kentucky, 4; Louisiana, 16; Maryland, Massachusetts, z; juumesuia, i; Mississippi, 17; Missouri, 9; Nebraska, 2; INew Hampsnire, 3; New Jersey, 6; New York. 28; North Carolina, 12; Pennsylvania, 17; Ehode island, 4; South Carolina. 18; Tennessee, IS; Texas, 11; Virginia, 24; Wisconsin, 7; District of Columbia, 2; Wyoming, 2; Utah, 2. Total, 29S. For Blaine California, 16; Delaware, 5; Indiana, 7; Iowa, 26; Kansas, 14; Kentucky, 2; Maine, 12; Maryland, 13; Michigan, 18: Minnesota, 8; Missis sippi, 1; Missouri, 11; New Hampshire, l;New Jersey, 12; New York, 30; Ne vada, 6; Ohio, 27; Oregon, 6; Pennsyl vania, 43; Rhode...

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. — 15 May 1884

rr j "57- ( wtrzKt .t I 1- i ' ' f :5HiJ '?' 'i' t!'! - . f v1I '!iiIiiH.li!:i' f-ar 1 . : i. REFLE J- .'l:fV"i.i.i a l-7Ai-Ji1 H s,3 : j.! "VOL. I. .BILE3STE5 DICKHSTSOISr COUNTY, KA2STS-AJ3, MAY 15, 1884. ISFO. 39. ABILENE m B W B w V B Bk f I Xi . Bk V fl I 9 II ' ? l& rnnirx; n TIT I I I II, V j ii; in GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY. TOWN LOTS FOR SALE FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS. In order to organize such a com pany I am offering for :;o days the south half of section :, tp. 1 0, r :$ e. and the south half of section '.I, tj- 10, r :, for hale and will take a large interest in the town myself, leaving the management of it to the Company. Hope's future is hright and all know it. It is just half way between Council Grove and Salina; no village for :)4 miles east or west. Prompt action is requested. Please call on me for information and a meeting will soon he called publicly or private. It is a golden opportu nity. Correspondence solicited. A. HENQUENET, Hope, Kansas I 4,400. ! m & SPRING HA...

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. — 15 May 1884

-t .L a 13 ; .: I ) !( - ABILEBE .REFLECTOR PUBLISHED EYEBY ITHUBSDAY BY STBOTHBE BROS. A WEEK'S" NEWS. Glcsaed fey Teletrapk amdMaii CONGRESSIONAL Iw the Senate, on the 5th, s bill was Introduced by Mr. Van Wyckto restrict aliens arid foreign companies and corpora tions In the ownership of public land and of any land In the Territories. Also to grant the Gulf & Chicago Air Line Railroad Company the right to construct bridges over navigable -watercourses. The Shipping bill wa; taken up. After a long debate. Jlr. Frye gave notice that he would endeavor to have the bill acted upon the following day. After executive ses sion the Senate adjourned. ...la the House. Mr. Lowry called up the Virginia contested election case of O'Ferrell vs. Paul. A long and somewhat acrimonious debate took place. The first rote, which was on the minority resolution declaring O'Ferrell not entitled io a seat, was lost yeas, 81: nays, 140 a strict -parry vote, except that Mr. Cook voted with the Republica...

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. — 15 May 1884

u '- '& C- V .ABILENE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY STROTHEE BEOS. TWWR1TTEN RHYMES. -A dozen times a day or more -A. little foot comes to my door, -And tho' Iild. "come In," "stay out A. little face with smile or pout. With eyes as blue as gentian bells, And cheeks as pink as sea-loved shells, A.nd hair that strays where ere it lists, A.nd hands with dimples kissed and kissed, H see and countless cunning baby charms, -And then my queen Is in my arms. They fall so fast I cannot speak, "The kisses on my eyes and cheek, And tangled hair weaves In the brown. And dimpled hands bide smile or frown; And then with "hug" and kiss the last, And tribute paid for service asked, I stop to tie a wanton shoe. Or vexing knot in string undo. Or braid astraml of straggling hair. To save my lady from despair: Put here and there a pin or two. To make a rent as good as new; Or kiss a hurt on hand or face, -Or brush away a trouble trace; Or find her Adam for his Ark, -(Bent doubtlessly upon ...

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. — 15 May 1884

S- ---nvr jmr&m. ..- n. ,rswaaiJK. "sr-aB im ur-aww -s.- scaunap -Jwwxaggirgr J1.' i to-i-a!' M i - -!--ir "MIl'Bfc- Abilene Reflector. ThursdayTfflay 15, 1884 Democratic State Convention. rtPiwmtp convention of the democratic party ?i&tirSv7rf Mar 1&9, lorthepurposeotelect- jgSSi tatted Chicago on Tuesday, July 8tSJS?rf0 nr rptiresentatlon In the state con- .JSLr?Jn Keorce W, Click, democratic votes, cast for lion. JhJ.,' aiT pvprv coun ranrtidate for covernor in 1HK. -A ibo, every iwuu ?nthP state that has been organized asainu- lollowB: .. 4 0raham-.. 3 Greenwood t ii nmnllton.. Allen Anderson. Atchison.. Barber Barton Bourbon Brown Butler Chase... 1 Harper. 4.Harvey 7 Hodgeman 6 Jackson 6 Jefferson 2" Jewell Chautauqua, 3! Johnson ., i. r vtnnnnn. .. i.ueiucc.. i.. Clay. Cloud Coffee Crowley Crawford... Davis Decatar Dickinson.. Doniphan .. Douglas.... pd wards... ffi r ....... jlll9 Ellsworth., ford. ....... yinnev Franklin liOsborne 3'Ottawa 1. Pawnee ... Phillips ...

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