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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 15 May 1884

r m is b C' Tk F- FINE JPASTUEE ! 70 Acres of Fenced Pasture, five miles north-east of Chapman, well timbered and watered by Chapman creek, which runs through the land. This land will be rented for pasture for the use of healthy stock onlv. at current prices. Address Mrs. Isaisellk Hairk, Junc tion City. 39-2w- Suit Furniture Those who wish to buy furniture in suits should look through Spickler. Meek & Cos large establishment. They have very hand some bedroom and parlor sets at prices according to quality, and lower than can be obtained elsewhere. Mils. Como has just open :i iff Ml ly ..-...--. t . ULl ,i nisi, in voice of Spring and Summer Millinery Goods. Ladies are invited to call and examine stock. NORTHCRAPT has the most complete line of Wrights extracts in the city, comprising in part the following: Maky Stuart. WniTuLitAC. Lily of the Vai.u New Mown Hay. Wood Violet. Heliotrope, White Koe, f, Tl'ItE Bose, JOUKEY CLin. StEI'IIANOTI. &C. Walking and Biding Cultivators o...

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. — 15 May 1884

0 i "AU communications for this paper should be accompanied by the name of the author; not necessarily for publication, but bs an evidence of good faith oa the part of this writer. Write only on one aide of the pa yor. Be particularly careful In firing named and dates to havo the letters and figures plain nd distinct- 8ESTZNA. When from the portals of her paradise . Sweet Eve went forth an exile with sad heart, -She lingered at tho thrlce-barrod gato in tears, .And to the guardian of that Edon fair, Jia on ber check there came and wont the . rose. She weeping mourned the harshness of her fate. 'O angel," cried she, "bitter is the fato That drives me from this fairest paradise. And bids me wear life's rue, and not its rose! Give mo ono flower to lay upon my heart Before I wander through far lands less fair, .And drown all visions of my past in tears." She ceased, but still flowed fast her silent tears At memory of tho waywardness of fate. "Ah!" thought she, ''young Tarn, 'tis true, a...

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. — 15 May 1884

e-. - 3 . If I. I r GONE TO XEET JESSB. Charles Ford, cue of the J ease James '. mover," Commits Suicide. Eichmont), Mo., May 7. The city of Eichmond has seldom been so startled as it was yesterday morning by the report tliat Charles Ford, the brother of Bob Ford, tha slayer o-Jesse James, had committed sai tide by shooting himself. The news spread rapidly, as all reports of a like character do, tad immediately a number of people re paired to the residence of Sir. J. T. Ford, Charley's father, about a mile east of the ;ity. Upon reaching the residence of the Fords fttj report was confirmed 4n all its particulars. The young man -as Cwrnd lying on the side of the bed, dried In his pants and shirt. Ills hands were -fdlded-ncross his bosom and a bulVt hole in liis left breast told the story of Ms deatlu The ball tod passed thro&rh 4rs heart and Tleath intist have been instantaneous. His face was placid, and there was -a faint smile on his lips as if a feeling of pleasure and peace "...

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. — 15 May 1884

k i The Closing Scenes of the DebateTon the Morrison Tariff BUI. Mr. Morrison then rose to close the debate ilr. Morrison has no great gifts of oratory, but he was to-day so earnest, and he so thoroughly forgot himself in his zeal for this pet measure of his that the members paid him the tribute of leaving their seats, gathering around him and frequently interrupting him with applause. Even some of those who were opposed to his bill tendered him their congratulations after he fin ished. When Mr. Morrison sat down the con fusion was very great. The members were so excited that they gathered in the aisles, some of them gesticulating rather wildly, and all talking so loudly that the most vigorous thumps of the gavel by Mr. Cox, who was in the Chair, could hardly he heard. Messrs. McKin ley, Kelley, Hiscock , and Reed on the Republican side stood in their places, trying to help Mr. Cox restore order, while Mr. Randall on the Democratic side urged his friends to be silent enough to allow...

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. — 22 May 1884

yuUX cyiJLtr . -a -tjt- ..-..- Gdk iua".. .:. .-- . 'J??' . v yr REFLECTOR VOL, I. AJBIXEISTE, DICJKIjSTSOj COTJjSTTY, JZ.AJS'SjS, 3VLA-Y 22, 1884. nsro. 40. QL Jriv, V Ju - W.- - 'A. THE yMByBBjp--j'yMfcwfc3BSB!W if- , A Lvl K V V THE PEOPLE'S FAVORITE I ! W . i w THE WORLD-RENOWNED McCORMACK TWINE BINDER ! X ' .' "We refer you to the following Farmers, being a few of the many hundreds who have bought the McCormick from us during the last three years. James Foreman Abilene. John Ard Jacob Foust ' , A J. F. Bolster " James Stewart " ', ., Edmond Elwick " . , Francis Farron " J. J. Kugler ' JamesPurves ' J. S. Dewey ' Lowry Jones " John L Machmer Industry. F. Steinborn . " Wm. Ault P. Buffmeyer " Jacob Brust " Charles Benner, Aroma. Fred Meyer " Chas. Zoephe " Henry Asling Lyona. Fred Langhofer "Woodbine. " " A. j Mt Wm. Schlahuber, Newberm R. Eubin F. Bubin Frank Hoffman Bhodes. Chas. Hoffman " T. Gutsch " W. B. Ross Plympton John Hartman "- J. W. Woodworth " John Tonkin Billon J. G...

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. — 22 May 1884

t - r? sr t .' i iU E2T"Any person who takes the paper regu ilarly from tho post-office, whether directed to this name or whether he U a subscriber or not As responsible for tho PfT. ...... The courts bavo decided that refusing tt take newspapers from the post-office, or re moving and leaving thom uncalled for, II u-bxa facie evidence of iktHtiohai, traub. THE QUAKER BLACKSMITH. a much-bonored Quakcriji broad-ehoulderod smithy, Tro watched, many years, from my windows and yard; And beard his blows ringing to words quaint and pithy. But never a grumble, though times might . .. bo hard. - TThilo others are sleeping, his forge-6parka aro tiylfii. ".He talks to himself while his iron prows red, - -And wonders that some folks are all tho time sighing jD'er.doIorous times and tho high price of bread. Ko horse is so vicious but bo can subduo hint. His magnetic touches few boasts oan resist; "With "Whoa, my good pony 1" he'll fearlessly shoe him. "With nerer a blow from a cudgel or flst . A...

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. — 22 May 1884

- n-ww-VW "S I ir x V k k' SCHOOL AM) CHURCH. A Scotch schoolmaster chastises his pupils by pouring castor oil down tlidr throats. Some lady in the Eant, who does VoSwisli her name disclosed, has giyen Mills Seminary, San Francisco, 5,000 for a library building. At the meeting of the Board al Missions of the American Bible Society at New York, recently, an appropri ation of 103,640 was made for foreign work. . The Nashville Advora'v says? "If vpu woahl make real improvement in your Ghristian life you will do well to begin by improvement' in the "manner of speeding your Sabbaths." Within four years 'the Methodist Episcopal Church 'has expendod $5,455,000 for religions -publications, and the Methodist Book Concern has supplied $3,500,000 worth of literature. Says the Xew 'Orleans Christian Advocala "There arc-fourtecn county 5ownscourt house seals in Kentucky in whiuh there is ndfnttl never was & church building of .aqy denomination." Efcc if ethoiifet Episcopal Caurch Sodth. acco...

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. — 22 May 1884

a w u Ri Abilene Eeelectoe. Thursday, May 22, 1884. IT. P. EAUEOAD TIME TABLE. OOISO TTEST. Harieton. (Chapman,).... 47a.m.t &09p.m. Detroit. r : r. - .ji x -vi 4:24 t 2:21 JBILBN) Solomon,.... 4:40 5:05 3:55 " 3:49 ' GOING EAST. Solomon. ": " 10:20 U 11 Hazleton, -1-4- "-11 Rkfehekces-O stop on signal; (t) do not stop; (J) stop 17 minutes for meals. Local freight trains carry passcncers onper- mlteof station agents. W. '. HendrtcKs is agent atAMene. Has Hot Enough Been Bone? The recent disgraceful failure of the hanking firm of Gkat & Wakd is said to have resulted in great pe cuniary loss to Gen. TJ. S. Gka-t, and the United States senate has peen fit to suspend all other business for the purpose of passing a hill -which places the General on the re tired list -with the rank and full pay of general 18,000 per annum. The hanking firm of Grat & Ward, of -which Gen. Grant -was the most prominent member, -was conducted on novel not to say ques tionahle husiness principles. ...

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. — 22 May 1884

rr f ' s i K ; IX " -' .Y Where Can I Get A Good Cigar? Bead the following and you will see XOKTIICKAFT has the following brands of One cigars. Genuine Imported Henry Clay's, 15c Straiten and Storms Boquets, 10c Green Seal, 10c Our Travelers, 10c La Bosa Espanola, 10c Boyal Game, c Thurbers Xo. 5 5c Wright's Laurels. 2 Our Maggie, 5c The Druggist, 5c Your Servant, 5c The Furore, 5c Gold Bail Cheroots, 5c FINE PASTURE ! 70 Acres of Fenced Pasture, five miles north-east of Chapman, well timbered and watered by Chapman creek, which runs through the land. This land will lie rented for pasture for the use of healthy stock only, at current prices. Address Mus. Isauelle IIaike. Junc tion City. 39-2W. Suit FruxiTCKK Those who wish to buv furniture in suits should look through Spickler. Meek & Cos large establishment. They have very hand some bedroom and parlor sets at prices according to quality, and lower than can be obtained elsewhere. Spring Mile: MS. CO3I0 lias just open ed a first ...

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. — 22 May 1884

- . ABILESE EEELECTOK PUBLISHED EVEBY THURSDAY Br STROTHEE BROS; , A WEEK'S NEWS. Gleaned by Telegraph and Mail CONGRESSIONAL. Is tlj Senate, on the 12tb, Mr. Plumb in troduced a resolution to donate from the pub lic lands the cemetery site to the city ol Kir win, Kas. Referred. Mr. Van Wyck moved to take up hia resolution directing the'Secr'e tary of the Interior to withhold from the Northern Pacific Railroad patents to certain land grants. The matter -went over and the Indian Appropriation bill was taken up. After debate Mr. Prye' moved that the Shipping: bill be taken up, in order to retain its place as unfinished "business. Agreed to. Adjourned In the House,. Mr. Poland, by request, introduced a bill to Tegnlate commerce among the several States aud to codify a law relating- to bills of exchange. This Is substantially an English law, and the bill Is an English print with amendments necessary to extend Its provi sions to this country. The Senate bill was pa?sed"to prevent and pun...

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. — 22 May 1884

I f ' ABILEM EEFLECTOR PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY STROTHEK BEOS. TOO LATE. "What silences we keep year after year, "With those who are most near to us and dear; "We live beside each other day by dav. And speak of myriad things, hut seldom say The full, svreet word that lies just in our reach, Uoneath the commonplace of common speech. Then out of sight and out of reach they go "These close familiar friends, who loved us so; And, sitting in the shadow they hare left, Alone, with loneliness, and sore berpf t. "We think with vain regretof some fond word. TChat once we might have said and they have heard. Tor weak and poor the love that we expressed Jf ow seems beside the vast, sweet unexpressed. And slight the deeds we did, to those undone, And small the service spent, to treasure won, . And undeserved the praise, for word and deed That should have overflowed the simple need. "This is the cruel cross of life, to be Tull visioned only when the ministry Ot death has been fulfilled, and I...

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. — 22 May 1884

mmmu!r . ..r - e - - n. - .- r n n fmfimrnKi ri r .-nr"Kw' -. 'v VaMf n' ,wJ-r- - he- r" TinrT n t (HI Ml. (ft B 3- n : ' . : . ' Will The State lose $14,000 ? "St. Jolin was the poorest business governor Kansas ever had." This lit tle utterance came from the mouth of a prominent politician Saturday morning at Topeka, who was talking about Don nell, Lawson & Simpson's failure, and the possibility of Kansas' losing about $14,000 "by reason thereof. "I doubt' continued the speaker, "if he ever gave five minutes serious thought to the fi nancial condition of our affairs. His mind didn't lun in tliat channel.' "How can the state lose what money Donnell, Lawson & Simpson has? Are they not under $500,000 bond? Don't you suppose their bondsmen are good for that amount V' " Oh, there's where the nib comes in. Donnell, Xawson & Simpson are under half a million dollars bonds to the state, but their bond is not worth the paper it is written upon." " How is that?" "Well, you see, th...

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. — 29 May 1884

.hi ABILEI REFLECTOE. ! 'P V a VOL. I. ABILENE, DIOKIXSON COLTXTY5 JSLAJXSJi.S, MAY 29, I1SS4. ISTO. 41, t .c . .A r THE wr T THE PEOPLE'S FAVORITE! THE WORLD-RENOWNED McCORMICK TWINE BINDER! We refer you to the following Farmers, being a few of the many hundreds who have bought the McCormick from us during the last three years. James Foreman Abilene. John Ard Jacob Foust " J. F. Bolster x James Stewart " . Edmond Elwick " &v4 Francis Farron " U JJ. Kugler m JamesPurves " I, J. S. Dewey " Lowry Jones " John L Machmer Industry. F. Steinborn " f Wm. Ault f P. Buffmeyer " 1 Jacob Brust " Charles Benner, Aroma. Fred Meyer " Chas. Koephe " i 'Henry Asling Lyona. Fred Langhofer Woodbine. Wm. Schlahuber, Newbern. R Eubin " F. Eubin Frank Hoffman Rhodes. Chas. Hoffman T. Gutsch " i W. B. Ross Plympton John Hartman " J. W. Woodworth " John Tonkin Dillon J. G. Orr Frank M Wright Hope Thos. France " H. Rochrman " W. S. Brewer Carlton J. A. Steefeck J. Z. Menges Xeystone lewis Armstrong New...

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. — 29 May 1884

r f5fV- '-JZ - -?" ABILESE EEFLECTOE PUBLISHED ETEBT THUfiSDAY.BY STEOTHSR .BROS. A WEEK'S NEWS. Gleaned by Telegraph and Mail CONGRESSIONAL Is the Senate, on the 19th, Mr. lngalls, from the Committee on Judiclary.'reported a bill to establish another judicial circuit by dividing the Eighth Circuit, which now em braces the Districts of Minnesota, Iowa, Mis souri, Nebraska, Kansas, Arkansas and Colo rado. The Eisrhtb Circuit under this bill includes the dfstricts of Nebraska, Kansas, Arkansas and Colorado. The Ninth Circuit Includes tho districts of Minnesota and Mis souri. The Chair laid before the Senate a resolution offered Thursday by Mr. Morgan, directing the Committee on Unance to ex amine Into the cases of the recent failures of National banks and see whether such failures are due to violations and evasions of the law on the part of officers or directors of the banks. The resolution was referred to the Committee on Finance In the House Mr. Hurd, from the Committee on Ways and ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 29 May 1884

A ABILENE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY STEOTBEE BEOS. THE BEST SHIP AFLOAT. Of all the ships afloat On Atlantic or Pacific. Or far within the tropics On the Indian ocean's breast, r With white sails all a-sleamin;?, with brilliant colors streaming-, There's no ship Like Friendship. The staunchest, and the bestl "When tempests hover nigh, Anfl the sea Is lashed to fury. When loudly roar the breakers. And above the sea-gulls swarm; When skies are overclouded, 4-nd sunshine is enshrouded. There's no ship Like Friendship, To battle with the storm! A welcome sight is she "Wherever we may meet her. With canvas spread out finely. With pennon bright and blue; To none she is a stranger, .And in the hour of danger There's no ship Like Friendship To lead us salelr through! From port to port she sails, 'The bearer of dispatches From Love, the mighty monarch Her outJlt all complete; And thougli little skiff orclipper May in a race outstrip her. There's no ship Like Friendship In all the...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 29 May 1884

m- fiSV & h ! V 'iBDMB BEFLECTOR. "Thursday, May 29, 1884. . P. EAHE0AD TIME TABLE. COtKO VEST. Hazleton, (Ctepmaii,)....; jwa-ni-t ttgp.ni. Detroit, , J. Tg S:::::"""':::::: - - GOING EAST. Bolomon, '-liu t) m- 10-M " hS&::::::::.""..-" l2:12 " ---- " rtOT) stoplT minutes lor meals. W3 trains carry passengers en per nSS i ante. W. 2f. Hendricks Is agent atAtollene. Gov. Glick Tvas in wasumgroniitoL Thursday and occupied a seat in the House of "Representatives on the demo cratic side. Our gallant old governor .was the recipient of much distinguished attention. It is now stated that Senators Plumb and Ingails are Artkuk men. And it is possible, with such distinguished backing, tliat he may secure the repub lican nomination. His possibilities end there, however. Chicago will be the most interesting city in the country next week. The IlAitPEB high license bill has largely reduced the number of saloons in that city, but it is believed that the supply Of beer, -wines and other li...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 29 May 1884

w X H- - Where Can I Get A Good Cigar? Bead the following and you will see XonTnCRAPT has the following brands of fine cigars. Genuine Imported Henry Clay's, 15c Straiton and Storms Boquets, 10c Green Seal, 10c Our Travelers, lc La Rosa Espanola, 10c Royal Game, 5c Thurbers "No. 5 5c Wright's Laurels. 5c Our Maggie, 5c The Druggist, 5c Your Sen-ant, 5c The Furore, 5c Gold Rail Cheroots, 5c E.T.Moore, living four miles east and one mile north of Dillon, has a dark red Short-Horn Bull, 2 years old, for sale STEAYED Taken up Texas mare pony, sorrel with white face; had on stall and lead strap; is 12 or 14 years old. Owner can have the horse by call ing and paying damages. P. M. Mun ceu, Xewbeni tp., Dickinson Co.,Ks. Suit FunxrnnttJ 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. 1 T11" Mi:s. Coiio iff Mi...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 29 May 1884

' 1 v J H u h PPAH communications for this paper Abouldbo accompanied by the name of the uthdr; not necessarily for publication, but s an evidence of good faithon the part of the writer: Write only on bae sidia of tho pa per. He particularly careful In giving names And dates to hare theletters and Azures plain nd distinct. THE HUMORISTS WIFE: Jt's nice to be a humorist, And hare a little wife. TTho. when your brain with, ".grand idee And tuneful rhyme Is rife. Doth'breakyou up-and drive tho point Completely from your head. My yelling in staccato rones "Ol ixm'lyou come to bed bedl" Itf Joy to every "funnyman" tVben wrestling with a Joke, r And brush! nsr up his rambling: thoughts, By jrlrlmr his hair a poke, Mo hare, when Inspiration's goal , -At last he doth acquire, .r little wife to cry: "Look outt Tho baby's near the flro!" It's bliss when you come homo at night To oourt the bounding Muso To find your little wife on deck And tinctured with the blues; Then when you fain would sli...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 29 May 1884

i ' - - - t b i a THE WOOL GROWERS. Their National Mass Meeting at Chlcac Address to the "Wool Growers. Chicago, May 21. The National mas fceeting of tlie wool-growers of the United States was resumed at ten o'clock yesterday doming-. The committee appointed to pre pare an address to the wool-growers of the country submitted the following: So the Wool-Grower and Sheep Breeders of the United States: Gentlemen: At the National Conven tion of the Wool-Growers and Sheep Breeders of the United States, held at Chi cago on the 19th of May, 1884, and which was attended by delegates from twenty States, a committee was appointed to draw up an address to the wool growers of the country for the pur pose of arousing them to a proper realization of the necessity that exists for immediate and energetic action, if they would rcacue that great Industry in which they are en gaged from the present depressed condition, and impending dangers of a still more seri ous nature. The members of the com mittee...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 29 May 1884

i t--''" t V CL0THING!o7 HIP !SgS Thetfewbern Excursion. A.TBIP SOUTH FB03I ABILENE THROUGH ABEAUTIFUI. AKD PEOSTEKOUS COUKTOY. Cambridge, Kan., May 24, '84. Mb. Reflector. On the morning of the 20th inst., the writer, accompan ied by five of Newbern's jolly boys, left the comfortable residence of Col. Swig art, full of glee, for a pleasant trip to the southern part of Kansas and into the Indian territory. Never did a set of fellows start out with more visions and schemes of success than we on that bright morning. We hied away to the south at a good rate and soon found ourselves enjoying a glass of Haberlin's best cider. Filled with indignation because we could not rof -nv thinrr better than cider we laid whip, declaring that when we got out of the only temperance county mthe state we would get something that would be a good internal application for snake bite. About 11 o'clock it began to ram and continued until about 3, about which time we drove into Crane's ranch;stayed a short t...

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