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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 29 November 1888

btttttt tfltttoz. LARGEST CIRCULATION OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. 51 I! full) VOL II. AHA, OHO! Protection Has Tri umphed, Aha, Oho! FREE TRADE Minions Laid Low, Laid Low. The People Have Said That OLD GROVEB Must GoAll Over jv or-une-aismcr wiir ABILENE. BEXJ. HARRISON Carries New York State Witha Plu rality of Ten Thousand. Indiana Also Falls in Line For Its Lucky Son A Landslide, New York, Nov. 8. Har rison hat undoubtedly car ried New York state with a plurality of nearly 10,000 j not more, i.nis is conceded by the Times, the Star, and the Albany Argus. The Evening world, m a late extra, quotes Chairman Briee ol the Democratic Na tional Committee as having said: "We concede noth ing, and from latest returns there is a fair indication that Cleveland has carried New York State," and con tinues: -mat is wnat tney say at National Democratic headauarters. and it was given out as the official ut terance of the National Committee to the crowd of anxious visitors who thronged the parlors yeste...

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. — 29 November 1888

J SANTA GLAUS HEADQUARTERS AT ARMITAGE'S NOVELTY BAZAR. Tkehetdotjs Stock a2td LovnaTP&irei. JCtxktdt Cokx and See, Eepeciat.t.y the Ladies. Gob. Thikd AND-BTjcKxrEfABiLExs. ONLY A PORE T PIANO AT Im. K. WMttEmWSSR -Sc Will Be Given Away. WEEKS CO'i, t V GET ALL Our trade this season has been immense. From all parts of the county our Large Double Stores have been thronged with customers who are satis fied that by buying their goods of us they can save money. In our Clothing Store Has been so badly cut up, that we have been obliged to get in a new stock to meet the demand. We have about 250 Overcoats left out of 600, which we will close out before January 1st. You can get a coat of us at your own price. We have just got in a new lot of Good Suits at 4.00, 5.00, and 6.00 per suit; they are worth 8.00, 10.00 and 12.00. See for yourself where to buy your Clothing. See our Fine Fur Caps for 1.00; they are "dandies." Is the largest this season.since we have been in business; competiti...

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. — 29 November 1888

FARMEh KENT'S PARSON. I Written for this paper. HANKSGIVECG DAT jsp and the solemn church With autumn tints was bright; The purple fruit and the russet leaves Shone fair in the tempered liht. Vhile the anthem rose as free and strong As an euple's skyward flight. "When the people passed from out the door, Some gazed with rid icule On a ragged beggar, old end blind, "Who stood in the vestibule. The parson stayed a moment's space By the beggar grim and gray: He said: "Good morrow, my worthy friend, Are you giving thanks to-day! Move on no doubt your dinner waits;" And the parson went h!s way. .Thebeggarsmilcd: "My Father's lands Extend from sea to sea; He feeds the ravens when they cry, And He'll save a crumb for me. Somewhere within His wide domain A table doth await; Beneath some humble cotter's roof, Or by tho rich man's gale; I only Jcnow I need not haste, I will not be too late." Then Farmer Kent passed where he stood; He was a kindly man, "With phfulders broad, and hcartscme voic...

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. — 29 November 1888

J : OPENINGS OK liA.HOMA. The Friends of Oklahoma Assem ble at Wichita, Kan. Congressman Springer Gives Some Detail of WUatHls Bill Proposes The Resolu tions Adopted A Committee to Go to Washington. "Wicdita Kan., Nov. 2L The early xnorniug trains yesterday brought hun dreds more of delegates to the Inter-State Oklahoma convention. The delegates and visitors met at the Board of Trade head quarters. About ten o'clock Hon. "William Springer, of Illinois; Colonel Mansur, of Missouri; General Weaver, of Iowa, ar rived and wore given an ovation. Shortly before eleven o'clock a procession was formed headed by a band and marched to the Crawford Opera House. The meeting was called to order by George L. Rouse, who introduced Judge J. S. Emery, of Lawrenc?, as temporary chairman. Mr. Walker, of Wellington, was made temporary secretary. Committees wero appointed in the usual manner of twenty-one members each. Judge E. B. Jew ett, of Wichita, chairman of the commit tee on permanent organization...

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. — 29 November 1888

Ifie Mtdox. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29. 1888. Official Paper of (My aai City. B. W. Peck, probate judge elect, moved bis family goods in from New Basel Friday and is at home to bis friends on South Buckeye. The Abilene Knights of Pythias are making arrangements for a grand ball in the opera house Hew Year's Eve. It will be Vie society event of the sea son. Kev. W.H. Honnell, the well known traveling missionary of South Dickin 8on,has returned from a year's residence in McPherson county and will reside in llerington. -- Aji effort is being made to secure a station on the Eock Island on the Guglerfarm five miles this side of Woodbine. A post office and flag sta tion is all that is asked. "We hope they will be secured. The case of Corniack vs. BrOUghton was completed Friday evening and decided for the plaintiff. The defen dants claim that they have already paid the bill and will carry the case up to a higher court. The G. A, E., of Hope, is to present the "Blue and Gray" three nights this w...

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. — 6 December 1888

f? V' , hiCl l UL biimt Wnkis Meitirf. Lv , VOL. VI. ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, DECEMBER 6, 1888. NO. 15. t V AMUAL MESSAGE. President Cleveland Addresses Congress on National Affairs He Reiterates His Views on the Tariff and Condemns &3 Short-Sighted the Policy of His Opponents. The Fisheries Treaty and the Sackville Incident Public Lands Department Matters Etc Washington, Dec. 3. Congress opened &t 1:30 to-day for its second session. The President's message was presented to both houses and read. ' President Cleveland opens his message to Congress by calling attention to the fact that with the expiration of the present session of Congress the first century of our constitutional history is completed. The time admonishes us to soberly inquire whether in the past we have always closely kept in the course of safety, and whether we have before us a way plain and clear which leads to happiness and perpetuity. When the experiment of our Government was nndertaken the chart ...

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. — 6 December 1888

ir Al I communications for this paper snould bo accompanied by the name of the author; not necessarily for publication, but as an evi dence or pood faith on the part of the writer. Write only on one side of the paper. Be particularly careful In giving names and dates to have the letters and figures plain and distinct. AN EPIC-CURE. A Dinner KpNodc. Fi:n tve meat: my happiness 2 sm not table to express. rii bet the remnants of a crovm That cheese the prettiest girl in town. rotator ten girls in a row Ana she will tal:5 the cake, I know. She looks so very chic-ken smart, Indeed, 1 feci quite faint at tart. A man could scour the universe And fail tomato hand frith her3. I never saucer-ulian cyC3 IViih hers to viand seem so wise. "When I look up I sometimes see Hor castor lovely glance on me. Too waffle is it, for just now I caujrht her eye she hunger brow. Such wondrows influence hash she, I hardly can drink cup my tea. If the were mine Td not dessert Or grieve her with a jellies heart...

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. — 6 December 1888

?, V '& V b' ROMANCE AND REALITY. Mr. and Mm. IJIlllc-cr McStrat'g Ill-Fatcd IVcdillnc Journey. The sun never shone upon a lovelier morning than that which ushered in thfe wedding- day of Billiger McSwat and Lobelia Hrubb. Far away in the dreamy distance stretched a landscape that seemed to vibrate in the mellow haze of the golden. October day as if the unseen spirits that inhabit the air were beating- it with fairy wings in the irrepres sible exuberance of overflowing life and joy. Copyright All rights reserved. Billiger and Lobelia McSwat had just started on their wedding journey. Animated by the sincere and laudable purpose of affording- no indication in their manner, apparel, or behavior that they were taking such a trip Billiger wore a suit of new black broad cloth, with a lavender necktie, and Lobelia was attired in a silk dress of a delicate lilac tint, with no conspicuous ornaments except a large solitaire ring on one of the fingers of her left hand and a- few orange blo...

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. — 6 December 1888

. I- V-- 7V i ' a. 9 & t a l L , j leflector. THUBSDAT, DECEMBEB 6, 188S. ft BeBeetor Piiii Qww. JOHN J.COOPEB, President O. L. MOOBE, Vice President. BICHABD WAKING, Secretary A. W. BICE. Treasurer. BIG REDUCTIONS ON DRY GOODS -:Z3XBECX023S, JOHN J.COOPEB, 'SUr O.L. MOOBE, B. F.NELSON, BICHABD WABING. C. M. Habgeb, City Editor. Bichabd Wabing, Business Manager. ADVEBTISING BATES. ne column. Ojie-half column..... One-fourth column., ftne-efehth column.. Ons lach. '" " lw lm 3m 6m ifi il8 835 ZOO 5 13 20 35 3 8 12 20 2 i 12 1 2 4 6 SUBSCBIPTION BATES. One year -. Elz aaanths 3Fhree jaonths iy SIM 60 20 10 8150 85 60 A.T- POSITIYE McFADDEN : BROS.' Here is a chance to buy Dry G-oods at prices which startle even the purchaser. When we cut prices we sell, not at cost, but way below cost. We believe in this course, as the goods are cleared out at once and room made for new stock. Come and examine our goods and carry away something that you want at these tempting prices. Reduction Sal...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 6 December 1888

T ' "&& "T "-v i- -.'r ?; v--s-r 'jpaty- - .. , - . - '. . ' Os. t- ,- 't VI il ,V, Mitmt .. II ' -4 . 'Z,: 4JW STJPPLEMB35TT r- w MtMlat XL fc t 10 jffr, f Ije liefierior. THTJRSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1888. Turn the rascal3 out and turn the States in," is the motto of a Kansas edTtor. .. . The total popular vote of the Nation will.g'iv&a plurality of about 10,000 for Harrison. Is it not about time for Ben Butler to "rise up" and give us his views on the situation? The rumor is afloat that Jay Gould is attempting to gain control of the Santa Fe system. Congress reassembles next Monday and then we will have Grover Cleve land's last annual message. Dan Lamont is the happy father of a brand new boy. Oh, Grover, why dost thou allow thy servant to get ahead of thee? The original Harrison man is as numerous as he is conspicuous just now and makes quite an army all by jhimself. It will be noticed that Gen. Harrison lets the other fellows do the talking ,'now. ' He knows when to keep ...

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. — 6 December 1888

S -" ".' '- - ?-. - -4 -V" - ' ; . f Ire Mtftor. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 188S. Qjeial Paper of Butt mi City. Jra. Harvey Strickleris quite sick with typhoid ferer. 111! - Try those Daily Befxectob cigars atShaler's. They are daisies. There are one or two cases of scarlet ferer in the city. Parents should he exceedingly careful of their little ones. Mrs. J. M. Fisher, who has been ill for some time, Is able to leave her room and will soon be entirely recov ered. ' The farmers of South Dickinson are kickinK because an ordinance of Hope prevents their retailing meat from their wagons upon the streets of that place. Tom Gallagher, the mainstay of the Herington Headlight, it is said, would accept the postmastershlp of Herington If it were tendered him. Tom deserves recognition and we hope he will get -what he wants. The Manchester Sun has just com pleted its flrst year. We hope its second volume may be as successful as Its first. Editor Green says he has not received an order to "stop my p...

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. — 6 December 1888

k'CHfiC 1-W-VrlS i;yH&w P .--jl-"1 ' - fc 'i-y -' A. -a r- ,,"'; F -"- tr -r -' -'-3-3 i 1 SI a sH fl Af av take of Grover Cleveland, and stand at visionary schemes to sink gas or salt ' Dedfcsted'totbe gentlemen elected Jv Jfiv JlvCJvIr the muzzle instead of the breech. In- wells in the State of Kansas be prohib- to represent northwestern Kansas in . ter-Ocean. itedfor one year from date that is the lower House of the Kansas Legiala- S U lPLE JllENT. ' until Kansas can earn some more ture. ' ' ' We laugh at the EngUsh paper which money to th j hole3 in the The 5th and 6th Congressional dis- An exchange notices that the man tells its readers that Harrison seems to ground. tricts have talked long and loud about who asks, "Is it hot enough for you?" be elected to the Federal Presidency standing together and demanding some is being knocked out by the man who but that Mr. Bepaw will be President B Thwmanmte to Judge recogni50nin -state affairs-but our inquires, "Have you read Eobert...

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. — 6 December 1888

jir mueonea. relatives of varions degreesthered lrRd aboat sixodpAlphon- "table ie dead body of Mr. Jarnigan I ... r , -i-i Freight &10a.ra. has tofoH wmsk ntiftl j - - ' - f "" .-6: .. - rf-"--- Die ance?r leatilStV, of &&.- r JfKWWCfl' .vtMwnuu A. E. BISHOP CO.'S a. I I op ni ainstj&.-t"' issai. .;- ays 1.-4? , & JorpsS Dress Goods. Every yard of Dress Goods in the house frill be sold at -a reduction 'during this Great December Sale. In no case Trill we ask the regular .price on a single yard of Dress Goods. Dress goods at 4c, 10c, 15c, 25c, 27c, 3lc and-45c. ikeni Qrciii robalfS: J. leHUHBHBHH--"' lt, iebiyj HALF" PRICE! "We have selected about twenty-five pieces of fine Worsted Dress Goods worth 30c which we will offer, at 15c. These goods are from 7c to 8c per yard less than cost, but we are going to-move great piles of goods during this December Sale regardless of cost. If you want a yard of dress goods of any description, it will pay you to buy it of us du...

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. — 6 December 1888

B5&3Z ar -- - . : - jLw-ratws t - -ZnwE?J 'a"-- ; jdi--3Ji'r 3fnr SSET ' --? -; ' k- il?;- -ir. ' ia I r- t: "vjt --kv. &.- -s-5."'i-- . "3 ; "" . '- -.;ii.s - k- . -. v-r -. - - -.: S8 J J .WtVfsiX ?t2Bj G R E AT CUT; .UMBggClflBMMfflgBlMWaM DECEMBER ii s fewratT: IS? 5iS BK SP m ,'iUW4 ; At 68c, 90(f $1.1 5 and $1,35, Erery one of them at less than they are worth daring this .Great De cemberJSale. This is just the time of year that you will need extra bed clothing, and our Low Prices come just when they will be appreciated. MIEN'S -:- GLOVES Gentlemen, here is" another Bargain for you. During this December Sale we will ofir every pair of Men's "Winter Gloves and Mittens at a special reduction. Mea's Lined Buck Gloves, 81.25 for $1.00, Men's Fine' California Calf Gloves, 1.35 for 1.00. Men's Fine Plymouth Back Gloves, 1.50 for 1.25. Men's Hog Skin Gloves, 55c a pair. Full Line of Men's Lined Kid Gloves, Bog Skin Gloves, Cashmere GloveS, Cloth Gloves, etc. All a! "Special Lo...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 6 December 1888

a-.lieiativesoi-yarious aegieea gauiereui mi,,,,.-,,,,,. v.L(,i,MlA,i, .,Vm stauieine aeaaDoayot Mr. Jarniean i a5aaBgaMyjia e.- vrig fearr- I'?i?es?gggKijwtyf t -AQ Jh Q,T7A BBiSilHHHlBBiBBSIffiicnvSSpBffiMBHI -jy.,,-sWwi58.-jBrr vira i 4. oiciik.er. A. -n F"ight X1ULL1 i ,L .M a.m. , 2:10 a.m. Q OTATQ o iii i ii i in i ii iii m HIWIPWW hi m u mhiiimmu Miw i n i i yimiiM w wiiiian whmi n i hmmhi u itirtJKf--F - r iMR.jm w - -- --, --- . -c ' - fi.fH.." , rf w iii r . ii-j wv. ar ii ina ! i i -- -iiarj &. . .v-bbet '. .v r-K..-" t K itm v. pSEbbVBk .w i V-B"- bbbbHIbbbbbbbbbBubbbbbbbbbbbbbbB bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbH bbbbbbbbK "vAT H B 1 98KB3ff3it&&8i?vS3lSf?&f B tf i A CloaksMust : Go ! j j Si VlXlsBm This is tile month' tor, Cloaks. We have over illBf f" W&iMCJ .. .-. . -u- - . m-m . . f ik: 1 J 'fii I V I ! 1 dr rftl ."' '?! II This is the month tor, Cloaks. "We have ovetr 300 Cloaks still in stock; probably more than any other three houses in Abil ene combined. Of co...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 6 December 1888

SANTA CLATJS HEADQUARTERS AT ARMITAGE'S NOVELTY BAZAR. ZSSSSZfittA35SZ ONLY A FEW WEEKS BEFORE THE FINE $400 PIANO AT L. H. FAULKNER 5c CO' J' i? Will Be Given Away. 8P J I GET AIL Our trade this season has been immense. From all parts of the county our Large Double Stores have been thronged with customers who are satis fied that by buying their goods of us they can save money. In our Clothing Store OTO lliBMOUB STOCK OF VINO SUITS AND - OVERCOATS Has been so badly cut up, that we have been obliged to get in a new stock to meet the demand. We have about 250 Overcoats left out of 600, which we will close out before January 1st. You can get a coat of us at your own price. We have just got in a new lot of Good Suits at $4.00, $5.00, and $6.00 per suit; they are worth $8.00, $10.00and $12.00. See for yourself where to buy your Clothing. See our Fine Fur Caps for $1.00; they are "dandies." Is the largest this season since we have been in business; competition nowhere in this department; ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 6 December 1888

ABILENE REFLECTOR rDBUSHED Br REFLECTOR P0BLISM& COMPiHT- CUBRENT COMMENT. The strike of the coal miners in va rious districts of Belgium has ended. It is rumored in Paris that M. Gou nod, the composer, is losing his mind. The Russian Government is about to create a department of railways to fix tariffs and classify freights. The international boat race between Cambridge and Yale Universities has been fixed approximately for April 15. As imperial ukase has been issued in Russia providing for the issue of four per cent, bonds of the nominal value of 125,000,000 roubles. Pkixce Ferdixaxd has donated two million francs for the furtherance of an official scheme for the establish ment of a National Bulgarian Univer sity at Sofia. The Sublime Porte is discussing a scheme to establish a State Bank with a German as manager, the idea being to manage the exclusive privileges of the Ottoman Bank. TnE prosecution of Deputy Numa Gilly for libelling members of the French Budget Committee has ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 6 December 1888

. ABILENE EEFLECTOB -PUBLISHED Br- eEFLHcmn publishing company, THE MILLER AND THE CAMEL. The Arabs tell of a mitler Who one mornlnc Irom his raposa VTa- vraUeacd by hearing a camel Through the window thrust his no3e. "It's cold out here."soid the creature, "And 1 wish, sir, it jou please, Just to warm my nose a moment; It's so chilled I fear twill freeze." "All right !M said the Other, kindly; "You do looi pinched and thin." tlO, thank you!" replied the camel, And his head went further in. x Soon, while the miller slumbered. Both heaU and necl'were through; Then presently in at fhe window The body entered, too. ICow. the room was close and narrow, And the startled sleeper woke. And to his ungainly inmate At length, complaining, spoke. "Keally, my fnend. while willing To grant your tirst request, Sly quarters are not sufficient To hold so large a guest.' "Very well." said the other, cosily, "If jou find it as you say, .Mote out in fact, you'll hae to For I ha e come to stay." How pl...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 6 December 1888

llje Medur. 1 THUBSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 188S. j OlcM Fajer of Comity anfl City. ! Mrs. Dr. Hamilton, living on Enter prise avenue is, we are sorry to learn, seriously ill. The scarlet fever patients are all recovering and the doctors think that no more cases will break out. Miss Daisy Coble is the new assis tant in Cooley's Bazaar. Her attrac tive manners will add much to Cooley's already large popularity. Hon. T. C. Henry, formerly of this place, delivered an eloquent address at Alamosa, Colo., last week. It was mostly devoted to the benefits of irri gation. .... The Lutheran society will present the laughable farce, "The Deestrict Skewle," at the opera house next Mon day evening. It has been a great suc cess elsewhere and will be the same here. Mr. Lem Miller has taken the man agership of the Miller & Thomas lum ber yard. Mr. Miller is a rustling,ener getic young business man and will give the patrons of the yard complete satis faction. i m i About twenty members of the "W. B. C. ...

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. — 13 December 1888

4gxiruu ) '(&: tr- i$S r-j , Ibiletw wukh - jp1jpXa 'rS' V VOL. VI. ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, ANSAS, DECEMBER 13, 18S8. NO. 16. ' a H 'ift H H vi k- I We want all the GOOD HIM liOAIf 8 . "WIE 0-A.2ST G-ET, At as Favorable a Rate of Interest as ean be obtained elsewhere. 9 SSTTJall on us before you make your Loan.as UIMT2 I "B Ti 55?" me Abilene . Ofiice up -stairs over Citizens Bank. Jlch 15, 'W.-iy The bloody scenes in Alabama as re lated in our dispatches show ft most terrible side cf human mi ure. The brute in man is not yet subdued and lit' still remaius considerably "lower than the angels." The Ifirnungliam. Alabama. Iim.iIi's were only quieted by the presence -f armed men. It is a sad eommeiitaiy on the workings of justice when men see Gt to take fur.h severe measures for securing the punishment of offenders. In twenty-nine States from which complete official returns are in the Pro hibitionists polled 1S4,604 votes, which were pretty evenly distributed. The Labor party po...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
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