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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 5 June 1884

- - -u ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTT, ST3.A.S, JTHSTE 5, 1884 NO. 42. VOL. I. . M 1MM MM "IIWW'M,I'MIW'"',MIMMM - - ' -' T r- - : ! -f - .. -?-- - -w -- ---- - - w T ,,.. "V- t , 3 ,1K!iiFHrfKfiSL . . , ft THE ABHENE 19 EEFLECTOE, :i i ' , )- ' X PUBLIC OP THE ENTIRE Short- j Horn "WILL BE HELD AT THE FAIR CHOTJ1TDS, Abil I3EGLXXIXG OX Ttiti 1 Sfc I ULJJUj XWi JLWW-. And continuing untill all are sold. Mr. Martin says in his announcement which will appear in his catalogue soon to be issued from this ofHce: Having decided to sell "Durham Park" in small farms, I will offer at public sale the entire herd as bred by Albert Crane for upwards of 12 years. The herd will come to the sale from the pasture in etrictly breeding order, there being no time to load them with fat before the sale. I have refused very tempting orders to price individual animals, but have de termined to sell nothing but bulls and bull calves at private sale and shall continue doing up to the sale. Breeders can depend upo...

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. — 5 June 1884

V ABlLEflE EEFLECTOR PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY STROTHEE BROS. A WEEK'S NEWS. Gleaned by Telegraph and Mail CONGRESSIONAL In the Senate, on the 2Cth, Mr. Xogan reported from the Judiciary Com mittee a 1)111, heretofore passed by the Senate, extending until December 31. 1884, the duration of the Court of Alabama Claims, with recommendation that the Senate non concur in the House amondment extending the time one year lonjrer. On the rote to concur, Mr. Bayard called the yeas and nays, which resulted: Yeas, 2D; nays, 19. so the Senate concurred in the amendment of the House extending the term of the court to De cember 31, 1SW. Mr. Plumb, from the Com mittee on Public Lands reported favorably a bill to forfeit the unearned land grants of the Atlantic & Pacific Railroad and restore tho same to settlement. The Utah bill was placed before the Senate, and Mr. If oar proceeded to epcak in its favor. After speaking a few min utes Mr. Hoar yielded to enable tho Mexican pension bill to bo ...

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. — 5 June 1884

I. ' ABILENE REFLECTOB V PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY STEOTHER ' BROS. NEVER TALK BACK. "Ecvertalk back! such things is reprehensible; A feller only corks hisse'f that jaws a man that's hot; Jin a quarrel, ef you'll only keep your mouth shet and be sensible. The man that does the talkln '11 git worsted every shot J TNever talk back to a feller that's abusln' you Jest lot him carry on, and rip and cuss and . swear; Jlnd when he finds his lyln and his cussin's Jest amusin' you. You've got him clean kaflummlxed, and you want to hold him there! ;iNever talk back, and wake up the whole com munity. And call a man a liar howsomever that's his fix: "You can lift and land him turder and with gracefutler impunity With one good jolt of silence than a half a dozen kicks! J. W. lllley, in Indianapolis Journal. A RIDE UPON a C031ET. The simultaneous presence of the planets Mercury, Venus, Saturn, Jupi ter, and Mars a string of brilliants hanging ndown the western heavens rendered the April evening...

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. — 5 June 1884

V Abilene Reflector. Thursday, June 5, 1884. TT. P. BATXEOAD TIME TABLE. GOUt'C tVEST. Ha2leton- (Chapman,).! 4:07 a. m. t 3:00 p. m. Detroit, ABILKXE, 4:21 1-351 4:40 5:05 &55 8:49 soionion, GODTO EAST. 11:50 " 12:14 p.m. '12:32 " .. .. 12:42 " Solomon,. ABILENE,. Detroit,.. Hazleton, 10:20 10:44 10-.55 11:11 Refetiekces (') stop on signal; (t) do" not Ktin- tt tn 17 minutes lor meals. iocal rrelcnt trains carry passengers on per mits or btatlon agents. W. Hendricks Is agent atAbllene. Martin's name is Ell "Ve don't mean John A. aLumx, but A. II. Martin. Joiin A. must down Glick before we put Eli after his name. The election of Lynch, a colored delegate from Mississippi, as temporary chairman of the republican national convention, was a skillful bait to the colored vote. Once in a while the "op pressed friend and brother" is given a little soothing syrup in the shape of empty and trifling honors. Why wasn't Lynch made permanent chairman? The wild enthusiasm which attended the u...

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. — 5 June 1884

V M I M' Cormick Harvester Be sure and see the McCormick Harv ester and Twine Binder before buying elsewhere. Sold by the Berry Bros. Mercantile Company. SOMETHING NEW and extra good in tiic Bracelet line, at J. S. Kelky's. DONT FAIL to see the Ketchem "Wagon at Shockey & Snider's before you buy. GET PKICES at Shockey & Snider's on Farm wagons, Spring wagons, Bug gies, etc., before buying, if you want to save money. ST Cormick Harvester Be sure and see the McConnick Harv ester and Twine Binder before buying elsewhere. Sold by the Berry Bros. Mercantile Company. HOUSEKEEPERS. As you prepare for your spring re fitting call and examine Sewell'.s large and complete stock of Carpets, Matting?, Paper Hangings, Window Shades, &c, &c. W Cormick Harvester Be sure and see the McCormick Harv ester and Twine Binder before buying elsewhere. Sold by the Berry Bros. Mercantile Company. E.T.Moore, living four miles east and one mile north of Dillon, has a dark red Short-Horn Bull, 2...

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. — 5 June 1884

& All communications for this paper bould be accompanied by tho name of the -author; not necessarily for publication, but s an evidence of 'good faith on the part of ae writer. Write only on onoIdc of the pa yer. Be particularly careful In giving names and dates to have the letters and flgures plain nd distinct. -i WHILE YOU MAY. Children gather rounithe hearth-6tono, Baby-voicea. softand awcet; Sail and porch and stairway, echo To the tread of tiny feet. But a morrow cometh, surely. When each tendor lamb will stray: 5Eime. or Death, will pluck each blossom, lovo the children while you mayl Sapid, warm. Youth's sun-bright river 'Leaps adown the shimmering strand; filch and fair tho red wiae gloweth, " Held by Beauty's lovely hand. Quicksands quake, beneath tho pebbles, Caution, brother, watoa and prayl Poison bubbles with the nectar; Pause, and ponder while you mayl "Manhood bends beneath his burdens, Burdens borno for others' needs. . Uf e for him. is strong and earnost, Spent ...

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. — 5 June 1884

n T THE EXTENT OF THE LAW. Prentice Tiller, The St Louis Youth "vVho -was Ambitious to Become a Capitalist on Short Notice, Given Fife Years' Seclusion Ik "Which to Ruminate) Over Bis Folly. St. Louis, Mo., May 27. When the case of Tiller, the Express robber, was called in the Criminal Court this morning his attorneys pronounced themselves as ready to proceed. The in dictment was then read to the prisoner and he was asked to plead. To the as tonishment of the Court Tiller answered, without a moment's hesitation: "Guilty, Your Honor!" There was a sensation succeeding this, but presently Judge Van Wagoner turned in his chair, ordered the prisoner to rise, and sentenced him to five years' imprisonment in the Penitentiary. This is the full penalty of the law for grand larceny. Mr. McBride, Tiller's attorney, ap pealed to the court for clemency. This, Judge W. C. Jones, representing the Pacilic Express Company, opposed, stating that there was no cause for leniency. The defendant was in t...

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. — 5 June 1884

W . ? I The Crowning Humiliation Hayes Insulted by Beecher. It is almost four years since R. B. Hayes, of Ohio, then the fraudulent oc cupant of the office of President of -the United States, sat down to dinner in Brooklyn with the Kev. Henry Ward Beecher and other republicans promi nent in this and the neighboring city. The occasion must be deeply engraved on the tablets of Hayes's memory, for it was a great day for him. Xo doubt he has carefully preserved reports of the speeches in scrap books for which the people of the United States have paid. It was his last experience of the sweets of flattery. Some of the gentle men who figured in the Arthur demon stration of night before last went to Brooklyn then to do honor tollaj's, and to compliment his administration for the same alleged qualities of prudent conservatism and patriotic regard for the business interests of the country as are now attributed by the same men to the present administration, and urged as reasons why Mr. Arthur ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 12 June 1884

V- ca-L. yltja- . 1 - VOL. I. AJBTL3TEi; DICSZIjSTSOIN" COUNTS", BLAJNB.A.S, JTJ2STE 12, 1884. no; .43. t . . : ghjPMMW THE REFLECTOR. "-y U t- v Beautify 120,000.00 Desiring to remodel and CARPETS. Our carpet stock is one of the largest in the state; all of the latest patterns; bought re cently and bought very low. "We have about 5000 yards of Tapistry Brussels ranging in price from 65 cents to $1.00. Sold elsewhere for 85 to 1.25. 2000 yards of ImportecUBody Brus sels to be sold for 1.30 to 1.50, Sold elsewhere for 1.50 to 1.75. Hartford and Lowell's all wool three plys from 90 to 1.15. Sold else where for 1,15 to 1.30. 5000 j'ards Hartford and Lowell extra super all wool, 2 plys, to be sold from 70 to 90 cents. Sold elsewhere for 00 to 1.10. Also about 2000 or 3000 yards of cheaper grades, rang ing from 20 to 50 cts. Stair carpet, Carpet Lining, Rugs, Mats, etc., including everything kept in a first class carpet house. Also a very large stock of "WINDOW SHADES that we are selling...

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. — 12 June 1884

a J rJ -, .PTAU' coraratroications for tais" paper should be accompanied by the name of the ttuthor; not necessarily for publication, bui es an evidence of good faith on the part of ltbe -writer. Write only on one side of the pa per. Be particularly careful in giving- names fend dates to have the letters and figures plain and distinct- ( LITTLE EL81E. Ah, don't come a-woolnj with your long, long fucc And your longer purse behind: , Tm a brijjht young girl, and I know my placo, And I think I know ay-mind, 1 like to laupb, and to dance and sing, And to tease my parents dear; My brothers call mo a "tiresome thing;" But they wouldn't miss mc bore. D 'tis I am ray mother's heart's delight, '"TAndTny-'fRthcr's right bandbrave. ' Would rioare my home 60 free and bright To bo a rich man's Blavo? Would I buy mysalf a gown of silk -In a grand, dull house to pine, When I've hoi's to play with and cows to milk, And the whole fair world is miue? Ah, don't come talking of the cores of lifo: BIy h...

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. — 12 June 1884

..' r i - n KIDDLE'S RIDDLE. the Fresldent of the Defunct Penn Bank Tells VThr Thing are Thos. PrrrsBUBGii, Pa-, June 3. President BMdle made a statement of the affairs of the Penn Bank and the causes which led to Its collapse. In it he charges the bank di rectors with being concerned in the oil pool, vrhica wrecked the bank, and tells how the failure was brought about He recites how the position of the Presidency was forced on liira, and he soon discovered that loans on oil collateral were exceeding the collateral at the low prices then ruling. He complained to Cashier Reiber and the Vice-President, who he had told to have these accounts made up, and he told them he could not see what was to be done unless by personal exertion they could get all the people to buy enough oil to put the prices up, and buy enough on the bank's ac count to make good these accounts. "I told Mr. lieiber," he said, "and I told part of the board, viz: T. B. Laughlin, and J. N. Brown, A- M. Cavit and Major ...

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. — 12 June 1884

F Vt $ Abilene Reflectob. Thursday, June 12,1884. U. P. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. COIXG vrzsi. nazleton, (Chapman,)....; 4 a. m. t 3:09 p.n. Detroit, ABILKNE, Solomon, ... 4:40 " 3:55 " .""""."" 5:03 3:49 " GOING EAST. SS :;::;;::u2:u p.m. ife ABILENE, -lo.fw " 10i5 " Detroit, ; ,t ,- ., nazleton, 1-4- "" bAei:e:.-ces-C) stop on signal; (t) dojnot KtoD- it) btop 17 minutes for meals. iScallnaSit trains carry passengers onper ntotttrtffiaS W.X.Hendrtclals agent atADllene. "" ' " " James Gillespie Blaine, Republican Nominee for President. On the fourth ballot in the republican national convention last Friday after noon, jAims G. Blaine, of Maine, re ceived that which he has Untiringly and unceasingly worked for since 1872 the republican nomination for President of the United States. And now that he is nominated the republican party will for the first time become acquainted with the man who has laid hold of the popular heart through his specious eloquence, his bold, pretentious manner, his ...

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. — 12 June 1884

V M'ConnickHarvester Be sure and see the McCormick Harv ester and Twine -Binder "before buying elsewhere. Sold by the Berry Bros. Mercantile Company. SOMETHING NEW and extra good in tie Bracelet line, at J. S. Keller s. DONT FAIL to see the Ketchem Wagon at Shockey & Snider's before you buy. GET PEICES at Shockey & Snider's on Farm wagons, Spring wagons, Bug gies, etc., before buying, if you want to save money. W Cormick Harvester no inirp and see the McCormick Harv ester and Twine Binder before buying elsewhere. Sold by the Berry Bros. Mercantile Company. HOUSEKEEPERS. As you prepare for your spring re fitting call and examine- Sewell's large and complete stock of Carpets, Mattings, Paper Hangings, Window Shades, &c, &c. M' Cormick Harvester Be sure and see the McCormick Harv ester and Twine Binder before buying elsewhere. Sold by the Berry Bros. Mercantile Company. E.T.Moore, living four miles east and one mile north of Dillon, has a dark red Short-Horn Bull, 2 yea...

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. — 12 June 1884

V k 14 Jl ABILEHE REFLECTOE PUBLISHED EVEBT THUBSDAT BY STKOTHB3 BEOS. " A WEEK'S NEWS. Gleaned by Telegraph and Mail CONGRESSIONAL Is the Senate, on the 2d, the, calendar of cases unobjected to was proceeded with and many bills wero read the third time and passed. The House bill fixing: rato of postage on mail matter of the second clasp, "when sent by persons other than publishers or news agents, was parsed in the shape it came from the House, except that the newspaper limit of weight for one cent postage was extended to four ounces In the House a resolution to ad journ 'on the 23d of June was-introdueed by Ir. Eldridge. The House then took up theLeg islative Appropriation bill with amendments as reported by the .Committee of the Whole. The amendments prohibiting committee clerks JTrom performing work of a private character lor the members was rejected. The amend ment exempting all distilleries which mash ten bushels or less from the operation of the provisions of title 35, revised...

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. — 12 June 1884

:.f .? J ' f 1B1ITO REFLECTOR PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY STEOTHEE BROS. PESSIMISM. 'Is life worth living? Well, to tell you true, It scarcely is, if all men were like you." JJright-faced maiden, hrlgbt-souled maiden, Wnat is this that I must hear? Is thy heart with sorrow laden. Is thine eye dimmed with a tear? Can it be that lips so sweetly Bounded to be kindly kissed, Could be twisted indiscreetly To that vile word Ftmiimhtt INot for thine own ills thou wecpest; Softly feathered is thy nest; When thou wakest, when thou sieepest Thou an. fortuned with the best. ZBut'thy s sters and thy brothers Pierced with many a woeful smart, "Dying children, wailing mother. .Fret thy nerve, and stab thy heart. In the country, in the city, Godless deeds, a loveless I'st : Stir thy blood and move thy pity, And thou art a PeimM. ; Storms and wars and tribulations, Fevered passions reinless tide, 'With insane hallucinations Mingled travel far and wide. Can there be an Eye Inspecting Things so tumbl...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 12 June 1884

v4 V- 'V. -.". vf " i- t -' iiifwray la'T I. " e ij Opinions Expressed, The bulletin announcing the pur port hi the republican platform rel ative to tariff, adopted at Chicago, created more interest among mem ber of the House than any other bulletin from the meeting of the convention. tfr. Morrison says the plank means that the republicans nl keep all they have got and get (all they can. They raise the tax on i tin plate, cotton ties,and a few other things. Mr. Hewitt of Isew .York says: "The action of the republicans means that they want to humbug thepeo ' pie. They tell the workingmen that he is to have more protection and that obstacles to trade will be re moved. I knew they would declare for a revision of the tariff. These gentlemen of the ways and means committee had better go to work and do something now." Mr. Carlisle said the action of the convention was a complete straddle of the question. Jur. Springer cnaracterizes mu tui tion as a piece of political jugglery to catch all...

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. — 19 June 1884

( fi . ' Vjv -t PlJL St? 6-lc4' 7 i . tv w. T', -f THE REFLECTOR ! ! VOL. I. A-BILEE. DICKHSTSOISr COTTjSTTY. kajsts.a.s. JUNE 19. IS 84. nsro. 44. f' h ) Beautify Your Homes $20,000.00 worth of Furniture and Carppts to be disposed of in - Desiring to remodel and CARPETS. Our carpet stock is one of the largest in the state; all of the latest patterns; bought re cently and bought very low. "We have about 5000 yards of Tapistry Brussels ranging in price from 65 cents to 1.00. Sold elsewhere for 85 to 1.25. 2000 yards of Imported Body Brus sels to be sold for 1.30 to 1.50, Sold elsewhere for 1.50 to 1.75. Hartford and Lowell's all wool three plys from 90 to 1.15. Sold else where for 1.15 to 1.30. 5000 yards Hartford and Lowell extra super all wool, 2 plys, to be sold from 70 to 5)0 cents. Sold elsewhere for (M to 1.10. Also about 2000 or 3000 yards of cheaper grades. Hing ing from 20 to 50 cts. Stair carpet, Carpet Lining, Hugs, Mats, etc., including everything kept in a first class ca...

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. — 19 June 1884

"Vv" ' "r . .3 .i -.1 J : in j.t - ui i k 1! i.f . i ''.' 'l I f Iff .-Meat ili.tr dl W K.t Ai !: i V t i 'I J t-dl I U-'.ft ill i.ii i pe"Any person who takes the paper reu larlj from the post-office, whether directed to his uamc or whether he is a subscriber or not te re-ponslble for the pay. Thr courts liuvo decided that refusing- tt take newspajK rs Jrorathe posf-olhce, or t& monnjr and leaving them uncalled for,' hi ailr.i lacie evidence of intentional fraud A GLQYE. Ah, yesterday r foundaglovc. Grown shabby, full of tiny np3, But dear to me because my love. Once through it thrust her Anger-tips. A glove one would not care to see Upon his arm in public street; --Yet here I own there is tor me No relic in the world more sweet. A, faint, far scent of lavender 4 Steals from it, as the clover scelt When through' the fields I walked with her And plucked the blossoms for her belt. Poltd' trnt Unrmi thelitis hand That used to wear this time stained thing! Its sliphtcst gesture of ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 19 June 1884

:. w . SCHOOL AD CHURCH. P'resTflent "White expresses tfct opinion that present college life is an improvement upon that of fifteen j-ears ago. Syracuse (N. Y.) Journal. Rev. Phillips Brooks says that his, recent tour through India has led him to believe with great faith and earnest ness in the general work of foreign mis sions. The Boston Watchman says that within the last nine years nearly eight hundred churches have been burned in America, mostly through defective heat ing apparatus. The Mormon church claims that it has as many missionaries as the Ameri can board, and that they are well scat tered over the eastern hemisphere, even to the Holy Land itself. Chicago Jour nal. Joseph Cook has an alarm clock on his dusk on the Boston platform, to warn him when to end his prelude and begin his lecture, when to break on for for ati interlude, when to resume his lecture And when to conclude the whota performance. Boston Herald. The Moravians have just been cel ebrating their 4'27th anniv...

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. — 19 June 1884

'1 t : Abilene Beelector. "Thursday, June 19, 1884. Detroit, ABILKNE, Solomon, TJ. P. EAILEOAD TIME TABLE. GOING WEST. Hazleton, (Chapman,)....; 4:07 a. m.t 30 p.m. 4:40 3-V. 2:03 3:4J " GOING EAST. Solomon, "? j- m Abilene, -;1-;" P-..jSi .. Detroit, "' ., Hazleton, 1i- "li nEi-EKcvcES-C) btop on signal; (t) do not Kton- f J) fctop l" minutes for meals. iJocal freight trains carry pasensers onpec miteol Nation agents. W. X. Uendricks b agent atAMlene. ' What does a prohibitionist think of himself when he denounces Click and supports John A. Mahtix. The great religious papers are bolting Mr. Blaixe. Tlie most prominentone is the New York Independent. The Lord is against JJlaixe, and-his forces -will be therefore utterly routed. ' There is no doubt that Tildex's let ter of declination was read with sorrow and regret by all good democrats, but as he says, the success of the democrat ic party does not rest upon any one man. Now give us Jolin A. Martin for Gov ernor, and Kansas republic...

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