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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 10 January 1889

---.? .spv-. ,i , V '; V v -fc. A I' 2 V I. 1 V I it & f i m. K A! Have your prescriptions componnded at John M. Gleissner's Drug store, east side of Broadway, cor. 3d st. 39-1 fife Merfor. THURSDAY, JAIsTJARY 30, 1889. HECEHT EEFLECTIOHS. JSS?The county commissioners are invited to Salina today to inspect a new bridge which has just been com pleted at that point. "Marshal Powell found today a keyring with five keys attached, one being broken. The owner can have it upon application and paying for this notice. "Graves & Kempton's genuine col ored plantation minstrels at the opera house Saturday evening. General ad mission 50 cents, no extra charge for reserved seats. Children half price. JESTTbe judges in the probate judge contest adjourned Tuesday evening until Saturday when their decision will doubtless be handed in. The people aie awaiting with considerable interest the outcome of the trial and the judges are objects of 2nvy as possessing an "exclusive" bit of news.. rSTTh...

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. — 10 January 1889

". v'--- " ix' ,"- r-. " "- t - ?--:- ;ie "flr J- jibilemieflectoeI pcbXjXshed by SEFLEGTOfi f UBLISrHM COMPM. i OTJBRENT COMMENT. ) The New Year's reception of Em peror William was without particular interest. Sras Reeves, the English tenor, celebrates the fiftieth anniversary of "his operatic debut next March. He makes his positively last farewell tour of England this season. Johx Butler, an aged Frenchman living near Foxcroft, Me., recently set fire to the buildings he occupied, killed his colt and goats, stabbed himself slightly four times, took paris green and then died. . Those who have seen Private Sec , retary Halford's chirography say that nothing he ever writes will compro mise the Administration. Horace Greeley's fist is said to be copper-plate compared with it. FA3IINE and drought are reported in the interior of China, and increasing in severity, causing terrible suffering. In the province of Shan-Tung crops .have been destroyed by an overflow of the Yellow river. J. J. ...

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. — 10 January 1889

4. r ;. - -V7 v 2 J 1 f t sx it' -l V 5 $ A'BILENE BEFLECIOE -pimi.isnED tjt- BEFLP.CTOR PUBLISHING COMPAM. LOVE AFTER DEATH. They say if our beloved dead Should seek the old familiar pjacc. ' Some stranger -would be there instead. And they would 2nd no -welcome face I can not tell how that may be In other homes, but tliis I knowr Could my lost darling corae to me, That she would never find it so. Oft-times the flowers have come and gone, Oft-times the -winter -winds have blown. The -while hor peaceful rest -went on, nd I have leamedto live alone. Have slowly learned from day to day, In all life's task to bear my part; But, whether grave or whether gay, I hide her memory in my heart. rond. faithful love has blessed my way. And friends are round me, true and tried: They have their place, but hers to-day Is empty as the day she died. Bow, would I spring with bated breath. And joy too deep for word or sign. To take my darling home from death, And once again to call her mine. I dare not...

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. — 10 January 1889

f " . - ' yV ' - tt- V "$Q-X-' ')''c:-0 'yT-T r-Vf v-it f r. ,- I' - t Mtftrc- THURSDAY, JANUAEY 30, 1889. Official Paper of County ani City. EECENT EEFLECTIONS. 'lis well to be honest and wise, Tls well to be honest and true; Tls well to pay up the lastyear's bill, Before you begin with the new. 3STbe county officers elect will assume their duties on Jan, 14th. TAbout $75 was cleared for the poor by the entertainment Thursday night. It will be carefully expended. jg?The awnings in front of Mc Fadden's and Morse's have been re moved. Let the good work go on. J-E. T. Ellison is building a large crib near the Bock Island yards for the purpose of storing and shipping corn. ig"The Probate Judge this afternoon issued a marriage license to Aaron J. Maus1;, of Hop9, and Lizzie L. Book, of "Woodbine. -M. JsTicolay, of this place, recent ly won a prize of $50 for sending the largest list of new subscribers to the Chriatain Standard. j5Bemember that the time for Bhooting quail has expired. Th...

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. — 17 January 1889

: J c- i' . Ifeekto Stbileiw V0-4.-- ' ABILENE, DICKENSON COUNTY, KANSAS, JANUARY 17. 1889. NO. 21. VOL. VI. v I'Jv l-MVJI'JM A' ; a i fh fr & r 5 5 ! u i. V MS "We want all the GOOD FARM LOA "WIS O-AJST O-IEl?, At as Favorable a Rate of Interest as can be obtained elsewhere. SSPCall on us before you make your Loan.cjga The Abilene Mortgage Co. Office tip-stairs over Citizens Bank AT THE UOTJRT HOUSE. The Newly Elected Officers Who Take Their Places- Those Outgoing. Today the terms of the ccunty offi cers elected in 1886 expired and the newly elected ones took their positions of trust and control of the county's affairs. Dickinson county has been exceptionally fortunate in its corps of officers for years -past and its affairs have been conducted with a care and an accuracy that has not been sur passed by any other county of the State. No officer who leaves the court house today does so because of incom petency or lack of trust on the part of the people, but solely because, in th...

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. — 17 January 1889

T ABILENE REFLECTOR rUBUSHED BT EEFLECTOH PDBLISM& COMPANY. CURBENT COMMENT. Alessatro Gavazzi, the famous Italian orator, revolutionist and evan gelistis dead, aged eighty years. The dynamite cruiser, Vesuvius, at the third official trial recently, at- f tained a speed of 21. 64 knots an hour, an excess of 1.04 knots over the speed required by the contract. A landslide has occurred at Posti- lippo, Italy, a mass of rock and earth five thousand cubic j'ards m extent falling upon the houses below, killing one man and several animals. M. F." Pease, of Des Moines, Iowa, claims to be the original inventor of the telephone. He claims to have made a working instrument as far back as 1872, when it was described in a book. Genekal Lew Wallace, it is now said, desires to be made Minister to Home, so that he may continue his researches for material for a historical novel of the Eternal City which he has in preparation. Prixce Nicholas, of Montenegro, has produced at the Opera House at Cet...

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. — 17 January 1889

s 9 N V ' ABILENE REFLECTOR POBr.ISITED Br- HEKHffi PUBLISHING COMPANY, A SONG OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY. She Is sitting by the parlor grate; The year is nineteen eighty-eight. And by the clock'tls somewhat late Say todf-past twenty-two. She's clad In fashion's latest freak. A flowincrobe made a la Greek, And on her hair, so smooth and sleek, Is bound a flllet blua. A youth sits by, of modest mien, "Whose blouse is of a brilliant green. And on his face is plainly seen Hope intermixed with fear. They've chatted on the current netrs. On politics have aired their views Discussed the new goasuchuse Invented by Be Vere. At lentrth there comes a little pause, "When near her own his chair he draw3. And softly clears his throat, because A question he would ask. , He turns the parlor sunshine higher. And pokes again the patent Are. Then boldly makes Itnown his desirp A most delightful task. "Sweet Virgiline," he softly sighs, "Pray do not turn away your eyes. But grant me what 1 much will pri...

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. — 17 January 1889

-; ! ,v ?". V , ' 1 -- -a - -' f-.-T K3 h I&e Mtfto. SHXmSDAT,. JANTFABY 17, 1889. Tie Beflertor PnlsMi Company. JOHN J.OOOPBB, President. O. L. MOOSE, Vice President. BICHASD WARING, Secretary A. W. BICE. Treasurer. siascroiis, iOHN J. OOOPEB, A. VT. BICE, . L. MOOBE. B. F. NELSON, BICHABD WARING. C. M. Hakgeb, City Editor. Richaud Wabing, Business Manager. ADVERTISING BATES. ' lw lm 3m 6m ly Miolnmn. - "5 "W 1 " fa-hlf column. ..... B 13 2" 35 60 Be-nrtk solumn 3 8 12 20 s nVfehth .olumn 2 41 12 2 m fieh 1 2 4 6 10 SUBSCRIPTION BATES. fit months 5 VMF. ... - . a .... a ass J.CJ X&ree months ou Official County Paper. The Board of County Commissioners at Monday's session took action upon a matter of considerable importance to the peopleof Dickinson county as well as to the papers interested the letting of the county printing for the coming year. With admirable Judgment, the commissioners wisely decided to desig nate the leading and by far the widest circulated journal of the...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 17 January 1889

iitU, uiaugu auu ouuiuiu, uui-iuuu ver ii arent magnetism .isthat-ofaconntvl , or animals curea in au minutes Dy 3s. lie only oihce so tar that has any ay-1 rr .! s sr--TT jiifSSSfSfSsagisiiii ?yy i?"--riii-ifffP-fli ki ' h" nSBw ?M iiiianllMg;ra;"aaiB''E IsnMBflBgBaBBgffaSiafcSaairaB JT i. sas36Si?sCP3B?S!iSiMHWf ens, t JHSSR8FS-sKl THURSDAY, JANUARY 17. 188S9. ave nMwfci ; ce to wy-. ofar8F -v. tasSSi- w. JpV pinio W lr. Cc! ie iTiSfiKr. a thorgK DliticB? mp8ME Er. J9r nglJJlr Ithvtjpf ireVlpj Johi 1 1 tie lefiector. SUPPLEMENT. 1 old Ffal ., .AJ aue. a; teDdi I n co. 1 ad& e enti. . , rax tunc tfintl ,, ' UIU ce'an -nside. .d nea ce clo: Ano't enry . rv hitle ft SolOT - id dov . actlv ismes? an.ar isitio ' easur gleet,. coalc ould hitle iff EECENT BEFLECTIONS. J6"Mrs. A. P. Haskell is Probate Judge B. W. Peck's clerk, j" Judge Peck has been congratu lated right and left all day. 'Rah for i Peck. jBSf'Harry P. Morley has been en gaged as mail carrier on route No. 3, taking you...

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. — 17 January 1889

, i -; t i - ? -- .-. - '- f i -- -v ' -,' - v-; Si m mi IP ' & ' R I k i tt Have your prescriptions compounded at John M. Gleissner's Drug store, east side of JBroadway, cor. 3d st. 39-J itefierfar. THUESDAY, JANUARY 37, 1889. Official Paper of duty aid City. BECEST BEJ7LECTIONS. J Judge 33. W. Peck joined in the holy bonds of wedlock this morning, . Thos. Dodge and Ida Hopkins, both of Solomon. JBS-The sheriff from Aulsville, Mo took the prisoner, Wm. Ebberts, who was captured in South Dickinson Sat urday back for trial. KFR. Tischner. of Enterprise, was unfortunate Sunday in having his dwelling house destroyed by fire. Loss $3,500, small insurance. Jy-John Pratt, who was bound over for appearance at the next term of the District court yesterday, found the re quired bonds, $500, and is at liberty. MGFJ. J. Eisenhower, of Willowdale township, had the misfortune last night of having his barn burn to the ground, destroying all his farming utensils and forty head of horses. Scarce...

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. — 17 January 1889

1 : h PBOMTABLE GODLINESS. Dr. Talinagre on the Value of Godli ness in Business. It Is Snre to Bring: Prosperity "Worldly I Business Benefited by Correct and Up right MeJUods The Lord Always 1 ?& " "Beady to Help. In a lato sermon at Brooklyn Rev. T. De "Witt Talmag;e, D. D., preached a discourse on tb subject: "Does Religion Pay?" The text was: "Godliness is profitable nnto all things, having promise of the life that now is and of that which is to come." 1 Timothy iv. 8. Dr. Talmage said: a A happy New Year to one and all 1 There Is a gloomy and passive way of waiting 4 for the evils of the opening year to come upon us, and there is a heroic way of going out to meet them, strong in God '. andrfearjn,g nothing. "When the body of Catiline was found on the battlefield it was found far in advance of all bis troops and among the enemy; and the best way is not for us to lie down and let the events of life trample over us, but to ro forth in a Christian spirit, determined to conquer. ...

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. — 17 January 1889

I it & 'i :v SOLUifciW , DEPARTiIENT. GENERAL' SHERMAN TALKS. Only One Thing lie Was Afraid or In Bat tle General MncPhersonVi Death The Burning of Atlanta A Good Story. The General always had a good story to tell and the ladies liked to hear him talk. But as he grows older he talks less. He was quite communicative, however, when I met him the other day in !Xcw York, and as he talked of the perils of war his face and move- ments were full of animation which would do credit to a younger man. "There is only one thing I ever fear ed in battle," he said, "and that is a rifle balL "You can see a shell or a cannon ball from a distance. They always give warning in some way; but arifie ball is stealthy, and does its work in a flash, without warning." "How about a cross fire?" "Oh, then one has to take his chances. I have been where shells, cannon balls and bullets fell all around me, but was never injured. You must remember," he added smiling, "that by careful com putation, it takes, on...

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. — 17 January 1889

T- j - W$t Mtdn. THUBSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1889. TEE ' CONTEST ENDED. I CROW AGA1M0RBEN PECK. The Judges Decide That Mr. Peck "Was Eightly Declared Elected A Popularly Sustained Verdict The Charges of Fraud iu Jefferson Township Without Foundation The Eesult is Eeceived With Ap prohation by the People Generally. The Findings of the Court In Full. The court room was crowded this morning by 9 o'clock, the time set for the rendering of the decision of the court in the probate judge contest. People from all parts of the county were present anxious to get the verdict whenever it should bo handed in. The judges, Messrs. Hurd, Kohler and Johutz, remained in council until nearly 10 o'clock, during -which time the spectators impatiently applauded and made themselves as comfortable as possible by lounging on the chairs and exchanging gossip. By 10 o'clock when the judges filed out of their room every seat both in side the bar and in the court room proper was occupied. An expectant bush came over ...

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. — 24 January 1889

l ( 4h-c- Wttkh bilmr iK f - SCOL. VI. ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, JANUARY 24, 1889. NO. 22. JbftaM. IM V .? 4 w "We want all the eOB I11M MANS "WIS Q-A2sT GET, At as Favorable a Rate of Interest as can be obtained elsewhere. SSTTJaU on us before you make your Loan.jgC The Abilene Mortgage Co. Office up-stairs over Citizens Bank. Men 15, '88,-ly General Weaver, the sole remaining Greenback member of Congress, steps down and out with the present session. He seems determined to make as much noise as possible while he remains. The State Dairy association meets in Topeka Feb. 5th and 6th. Exhibitions of dairy products and essays on dairy subjects will occupy the meeting. Special railroad rates will be given. Immense frauds have been discovered in the New York Custom house. The loss to the government is estimated at from five to twenty millions of dollars. Here are some rascals for General Har rison to tarn out. The German government may have to be taught a thingor two unless ther...

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. — 24 January 1889

y AFFAIRS OE STATE. Message of Governor Humphrey to tho Kansas Legislature. The Outlook for the State Good The Prac tice or Issuing Municipal Bonds Critl ciricil Other matters Considered at Length. Topeea., Kan., Jan. 17. Governor Hum pbiey's message was sent to the Legisla ture yesterday. Following are its main features: To the Legislature: The provisions of the Constitution fix the sec end Monday in January as the commencement of the executive term and the second Tuesday n January as the day on which the Legislature nhall convene in regular session; contemplating that the two events shall always occur on con secutive days. By reason of an exceptional and unforeseen condition of things, the order of the dates thus fixed has this year been reversed. and you have been jn session six days. The duty also enjoined by the Constitution upon the executive at the commencement of each ses sion, to communicate information and recom mend such measures as he may deem expedient, has been perform...

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. — 24 January 1889

-& r I . t I! I i l 4 THE NEW- EXECUTIVE. 'Lyman TJ. Humphrey Installed as Governor at Topeka. Ex-Gorernor. Jlartln's Introduction and the cw Governor's Response The His torical Ulrtli of the State For tentloas of Good. Topeka, Kan., Jan. 14. Governor Hum pbreywas inaugurated at noon to-day in Representative Hall in tho presence of a vast throng of people. Hon. S. E. Shel t" doa, of Tceka, was master of ceremonies for the occasion. The exercises began with prayer by Rev. J. A. Bright, of Abi lene. Tho retiring Governor was intro duced and delivered a brief address. He said: Mr. Chairman, uau ladies and gentlemen: In a few brief moments I shall cease to be a servant or the people and resume my position as an American soTereign. Grateful as I am to the citizens of Kansas, who have twice honored me with an election to the highest office within their gift, I shall surrender my honors and authority without regrets and re same my old station among them with satis faction and pride. Th...

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. — 24 January 1889

te i y ,v tde Merfor. THUESDAT, JANUARY 24, 1889 Tie Reflector PillisMi Company. JOHN J.COOPEE, President. O. L. MOOEE, Vice President. BICHXBD WAKING, Secretary A. W. BICE. Treasurer. SIEBCTOKS, JOHNJ.COOPEK, J'JSFSm i.L.MOOEE. B. F.NELSON. BICHABD WARING. 6. M. Hakgkr, City Editor. Bichabd Waring. Business Manager. ADVERTISING BATES. iy ae eolumn. -balf column...-. ne-fourth column.. Qne-ojghth column, a inek noo 60 20 10 SUBSCRIPTION BATES. . 1150 pt year.. ....... o- ittr months SJ lhroe months " Beal estate has gone up 10 per cent, in Delaware since the election of a Ke publican Senator. Cleveland is still vetoing pension bills. Only a few more days of it though, thank heaven. The New York Sun says that .Mrs. Cleveland will not live with the Presi dent after March 4th. She will live with the ex-President. Hon. Preston B. Plumb, United States Senator from Kansas for the six years ensuing, we congratulate you upon the deserved honor of a re election. Dickinson county rejoices in ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 24 January 1889

- - ' N rf V i. t I - - Have your prescriptions componnded at John M. Gleissner's Drug store, east side of Broadway, cor. 3d st. 39-1 file Mtdox, THUESDAY, JANUAEY 24, 18S9. EECEHT EEFIECTIONS. When 8torm cavorts around your door. And you, by light of taper, Bit closely by the cosy Are, To read your evening paper. Just think of him whose work thus helps To wear away the winter, And put this question to yourself "Have I paid up the printer?" JGSyFort Hays has been abandoned and turned over to the department of the Interior. JBSy-Leap year was a total failure in Dickinson county. Only 184 marriage licenses were issued m 1888 as against 190 in 1887. J6This weather is mighty fine for the poor but those of us who bought I 25 sealskin caps are inclined to think that winier is a failure. grTThe Beflector office is visited daily by scores of farmers and out-of-town residents who unite in commend ing its straightforward Republicanism and endorsing its policy and principles. OThe "deestrick s...

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. — 24 January 1889

.-;?.- $y I a r.; kBH.ENE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED Br- BIOTITOB PUBLISHING COMPANY. CURRENT COMMENT. The fundto pay Earnell's expenses in Tiistlitigation with the London Times nowlamounts to 30,500. THE'Secrefary of tb.e Navy has re ived notice that the United States steamer Ossipee had arrived at Kings ton, -Jamaica- Dr. Kkuss. a chemist of Munich, rj3 Germany, has succeeded in decompos ing cobalt and nickel, both of which ,1 had hitherto been considered element s' ary substances. TrrnnsAVDS of Germans were re ported applying for permission to ac company Lieutenant "Wissman's expe dition to East Africa, but he proposes to take but few whites. The trial of R. T. K. Bain, a di rector of the Exchange National Bank of Norfolk, Va., which failed some time ago, ended in a verdict of guilty. Pending a motion for a new trial he was admitted to baiL A duel was fought recently near Paris between Henri Kochfort and M. Lissaragy, editor of La Bataille, the weapons used being swords. Both ""combatan...

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. — 24 January 1889

. J i 1i K i . Ii , n V !- :s i THE LAY..OF BEST. Dr. Taimaeo Discourses on tie Ohriatian Sabbath. 1le Day One of Rest For TVeary Workers The Sabbath Breaker's End Necessity of Properly Kalnlnp Children Cheerful Christians. In a recent eerraon at Brooklyn Rev. T. 3)e "Witt Talmage preached on the subject: 'A Bright Sunday versus a Doleful Sun day." Thetxtwas: "And call the Sab bath a delight." Isaiah lviii. 13. Dr. Tal mage said: There is an element of gloom striking through ail false religions. Pagan ism is a brood of horrors. The god of Con fucius frowned upon it3 victims with blind fate. Mohammedanism promises nothing to those exhausted with sin in this world "sat an eternity of the same Dassional in dulgences. But God intended that our religion should have the grand character istic of cheerfulness. St. Paul struck the kej'note when he said: "Kejoice evermore, and again I say, rejoice." This religion has no spikos for the feet; it has no hooks for the shoulder; it has no long pil...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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