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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 14 August 1884

2 " ---- 'V -, "" .1 - i v,' - " " " "!y , "?R-:C l TT)' "-3T'?' - 5f .- REFLECTOE. "VOL. I. ABILENE, LIOKlIISrSOlSr COinSTTY, KANSAS, AUG. 14. lSS4r 2TO. 52 -J HODGE BROTHERS' r.-TTrj-. fHTTT1 ABILENE iBSji&A jjr'jfc i) f) ffiBSSHc mSSgrrirVrdf'ifi - " f -" - YrM i f 7 f -f H) NO. 139. Made with 1 1-8, 1 1-4 and 1 3-8-inch Axles. The above cut shows our Combination Spring Wagon with square corner-box. two full lazy backs and rubber duck express top. Unless specially ordered other wise, will always furnish the wagon as shown above, where combination springs are wanted with express top. This top is well made with second growth white ash bows, and covered with heavy rubber duck. Curtins on rear and sides to roll up, making a line storm-proof excursion wagon. I Carriage Departments t v )r "FIS18S0S.5C0. "v I 3 C I RACINC s NO. .159. Made with 1 1-8 inch Axle. The above shows our Two-Seated, side-Bar Carriage with canopv top, made with light appearance and jet strong. Tiie fringes a...

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. — 14 August 1884

-5--l ."ITV --"i . IZ -- I ZT w - . - -- vrv:ri$y v--- .-.. .i--":;'; - " iPr W-HP-' FT' , t -f. -4. , . kw iJW" .- -.- I r -T- 5 - ' : ,- ...5- w" . :- -s--' - . v 7 " w ' J ' - '"'vj. .,-X ..".- '- ; v ZarAIl communications ror this ppt should be accompanied by tie name of the -author; not necessarily for publication, but -as an evidence of food faith on the part of "the writer. Write only on one side of the pa per. Be particularly careful in riving name end dates to have the letters and fig-urea p!ela cud distinct. BEAUX ANB BOWS. And so the Archery is o'er, O, dear! what shall I do? Chore's not the least amusement now Of any kind in view. So many thoughts I dare not tell Just now my memory throng; In order to compose myself I must compose a song. "Now, list to me, for good advice, Each well-skilled archeress. On what concerns you. even more Than crinoline ordress; You all expect to win and wear A prize 9ome day, I know; Dear girl, your every chance depends On managing- your beau...

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. — 14 August 1884

V" - V ""- - v5" y i?2 pft hsc r s- i V 'srs:-9-3 arraev5 -v -. r- i. r- xrs .'-- vf -. ' -; , f h is y - w; HONORING THE HEROES.. Reception lo the Survivor of the Greelj Expedition nml their Kecaer at Ports, mouth, New Hampshire A. Fitting AVel ci mo, Wanaasl'roudUearts Could 2IaU 2U PonTSMOCTO. N. H., August 5. Thousands gathered to witness the reception to the Arctic heroes yesterday. The streets were filled early with visiting orgaiiizittous, military and civic. From ths navy were the apprentice boys from the trainiug ships at Portsmouth and Jamestown. The DeWitt Clinton Com mandery and Newburjport Comraandcry mhdc a fiue appearance. At 11 :05 a.m. a steam launch ran up to 2Caxy Landing, and Greely and three of his men stepped on the wharf. They were received by the committee and spectators with uncovered heads. Greely walked feebly, supported by a naval officer, and his brother, John A Greely. The party was driven to the graml stand. Lieutenant Greely expressed a desire Dot to ...

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. — 14 August 1884

rTPiK ""-? - !T arrfR. ----, .-Wrj r " -if-' . , C V- fl a vCs f i h I ? r r I Abilene Eeflector. Thurs'day, Aug. 14, 1884. DEMOCRATIC BALLY! A big Democratic Bally will be held in Bonebrake's Opera House, Abilene, on Saturday evening, Aug. 23rd, under tbe auspices of the Abilene Cleveland and Hendricks club. Three of the best speakers in the state will positively address the meeting. The following speakers have written that they will be present : Adjt. Gen'l Moonlight, Topeka. Col. T03I Fenixn, Leavenworth. Col. Moss, Topeka. The democrats of the county, all the Cleveland and Hendricks clubs and all persons who so desire, are invited to be present at this meeting. Xo effort will be spared to make it a complete success. M. V. Bkilliiakt, Pres. S. K. Strotker, Sec'y. Genl B. F. Butler will stand as a candidate for the Presidency. As the nominee of the Greenback and Anti Monopoly organizations, and a great fa vorite with the working classes, the doughty General will poll a very large ...

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. — 14 August 1884

- K i ;-& - i -" y i, tf j ; ,. -"". i. ' " - -C " T. . - -? " - -r-s N f ,a graA r-r?JZ i ; . L t E. F. EUSSEL & SOXS, FIT COLLABS 9 AND WARRANT TIIE3I NOT TO GALL. SEE THEIR NEW SLIP TUG HARNESS. SOUTH SIDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. SPECIAL NOTICES. -T ISSOLUTIOX NOTICE. The firm of 0-- J den, Wentvrorth & Hill N this day dii-t-olrt-d by mntnai consent. The hardware linsinet will le Continued at the old stand hy II. Wentworth Jc J. II. Hill nnder the firm name of Wentworth & IH1L All notec and unsettled account.- due the late firm miict he r-cttlcd with Wentworth & Hill, whi will alro rcttle all valid claims npiini-t tile late firm. George Oguen. II. Wextwoiitii. J. II. Hill. Abilene, July 21, 1881. S0-3t. O LD PAPERS For sale at thi ofllce for 50c per hundred. Cheap guns at Hodge Bros. The Jay-Eye-See at Hodge Bros. The Jay-Eye-See at Hodge Bros. Cheap guns at Hodge Bros. The Jay-Eye-See at Hodge Bros. McCormick Mower. The McCormick Mower at Uerry Bros. Mercantile Com...

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. — 14 August 1884

1 -V-W H, ' y ;v fcC5 "saw , J tttl & L-t. 1BIEENE REFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVEBY THUESDAY BY STEOTHEE BROS. A WEEK'S NEWS. Gleaned by Telegraph and Mail tVASIIIJJGTON IfOTES. The Coroner's jury investigating the disaster to the United States Hotel build ing at Washington recently, censured the owners and lessees of tne collapsed build ing, who were perfectly aware of its un safe condition. One of tihe owners 'was Judge Cox, of the District Suprems Court. The Acting Secretary of the Navy has cabled Hear Admiral Davis, in command of the Asiatic squadron, to bo guided by the same instructions for the protection of American citizen; in China as were given at the outbreak of the Franco-Chinese hos tilities. In order to avert, as much as possible, a continued decrease in the gold at Wash ington, which now amounts to a littlo over $117,000,000, as compared with 142,000,000 on the 1st of May, it has been decided to restrict the further payment of gold cer tificates from the Treasury, and, w...

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. — 14 August 1884

"S- - "M, ' X V i? V -- i?-? 3arj!jp?tr --i! 3f5w "" ' riif PSS5 rsw r- 4' ? - vC -e- -r !f ' " .! v U ' v J ABILEBE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY STROTHSR BEOS. PARTING. THOU THE LOW fiEUMAX. You saw me safely up the hill, (The day was almost spent), -And there you told me you must go: We parted, and you went. JJutl stood still and watched the woods Glow with the setting sun, A.nd ;razel upon the little path That you were winding down. A.nd there the spire amongst the trees, Still in the sunlight gleamed. But I turned down the other side. And oh. How dark it seemed. "In dreams, how many times since then I've parted from you so? .Jly heart dwells on the hilltop yet. And gazes down below. Temple Bar. A CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS. "It was as peaceful a scene as one could 'wish to behold on a summer Sunday morn "ing. There was scarcely enough breeze to stir the leaves of the great elm trees to a .rustle; but for the faintly wavering shadows -which they cast upon the lawn, one would n...

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. — 14 August 1884

tr - L LV-' ' 1 4 A- ri?T-r -- . V -'1. N - ." " ?"- " li- Trr-t" 1; IS R .p , - ? J K t- Sheriff's Proclamation- and Election Hotice. SHERIFF'S OFFICE, Abilene, Kansas, August 4th, A. D., 1BS1. Whbbeas, Oa tlic 4th day of August, A. D., 1881, the board or county commissioners, of the county or Dickinson, state of Kansas, dulr made and caused to be entered of record, upon the journal or said Board, tlie following order, u-wlt: OltbEK. Whereas, A petition signed by A. M. Crary, a M. Teats and 89 others, being all qualified and legal voters of the township of Kldge, in the countv of Dickinson, state of Kansas, and being more Gian a majority of the qualified and legal voters in said township lias been, on this 4th day of August, A- D., JSSJ, presented to the board ot county commissioners or said county of Dickin son, there being present William Murray, chair man, and Samuel Bricker and Nathan Blevins, members thereof, (constltutlngafullljoard), and Richard Waring clerk of said County a...

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. — 21 August 1884

3." 'V" ? apt-- ,v --- j-y- --r"i 'r?-. - - -." ' &f; - if e " jT 1 iKtWc rf---r!jre5alW3R9aC-Jf-53.'i-i-J JSR .aSi5l?fStJ,'TKv ""VSdH TTv t' -' - r .T;i - j'-1- 'R -nr fcSaST "" t yA-X-ixA, 4 'Lc-Y- -'C - ft C'.3J i? QUULS ILENE KEFLECTOK. "VOL. 2. ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, AUG-. 31. 1884. NO. I --f TUT III 111 jjwpig t lrz jt - yEjpBiw " l V , x (jPGroceries- VS' F. W. POTTER & BRO, Successors to Harry Becker & Co., Would respectfully solicita continuance of the old patronage and of new friends We shall always keep in stock a A Full Line of First Class Groceries and Queensware TO BE SOLD AT BOTTOM PRICES. GROCERIES delivered in the city FREE OP CHARGE KSTAllLIMIKD 18C8. NKW COODS, I New c i Goods, I A J' XKW HOODS, Spring XEW .STYLES, I New I I Styles NEW STYLES, OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF , EsTAIJLISIIED 18G8. XEW TRICES, New I k i nceSi If. XEW TRICES, img I G. NORTHCEAFT, & mi (i m Drmiist and Pianist We are still in the lead with a choice and carefully selec...

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. — 21 August 1884

' rs-T- fj5ft: rtnt&JS&VV?? 7- Xf T v i' , jWrf lr t r? r . K- ' iv. Z3All communications Tor mis pajv? 4&ruild be Rccinp..pf6l by tfce name of tl. tauthor; not ncce&Mrily for publication, bu za an evidence of jrood faith on the port o the -writer. Wrlm only on one fiide of the pi. per. BeparticulHrly careful in glrinff name And dates to have the letters and figures p'M' Sd tlistinrt. the difference: UnEomfcro raood I took up memory's jrlass JUid lackward glanced o'er flve-and-twenty years. I saw a laujrhin?, happy child at nlay. Her sunny tresses wreathed with "Hd were ts pay. -And eyes aelow with mirth. That little lass Was , a Quarter century since! Ah, nay! If. you but count their pain, tbeir hurts, their tears. Those weary years are fifty, if a day. -Again I looked, wifh mazic lens reversed, .And Id, so near th it I misfit almost touch Her tossing curls, and hear her laughter ,- when She chases butterflies through flowery glen, 1aw the same wee las!c ns at first...

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. — 21 August 1884

-W y -S'-J.- ,S" vr---r "feS 4-5-?Bf' i-f t -v w fejr-" - - -: ?' "j" irA y ,- X V-T TOLITICAL ITE31S. . Xhe National Republican Com mittee has issued a circular calling for campaign contributions. Ah, now the poor Government employes will catch it! -ii General Logan, tho Republican candidate for Vice-President, has com menced the task a fearful one of de fending himself. Iiiclimond (Fa.) State. Governor Grover Cleveland is now at home" in New York, but the peo ple will move him next November to Washington, D. C. And let us not for get it. It is amazing with what alacrity Republican steers are jumping over in to the Democratic pasture iiel-1, where the grass is tall, and promises to bo talier. "In he meantime,"' says the Cleveland Herald, "the Republicans of Ohio should not forget that thc3 hae a State campaign of their own to look after this fall.' This is a very solemn truth. Enguirer. In the opinion of the Chicago Kcws the "cock-eyed goddess of re form" is n "widder" "from l?osto...

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. — 21 August 1884

't - ?- f? . -'T-S- -sr- v, Jv.i ' -;Te-? ' " -i - - v r ,L L-r- t ft r '" s Abilene Eefleotob. Cleveland's Letter. Mr. Cleveland's letter of accep tance has just been made public. It is short, but the sentences are crisp and emphatic. It goes right to the bottom of the needs of the government in a ve ry wholesome way. There is no verbi age, no cant, no dishonesty about it. It is a clear, able and manly letter, and as such -will commend itself. The Eepublican Situation. The republican rally at Salina last week, under the direction of the state committee, was a big success so far as numbers and display go; but the key note of the campaign, sounded there, has a false and confidence-destroying sound. The rally was planned by the repub lican state central committee for the purpose of working up an enthusiasm not so much lor tne naxion.ii uouuucta of that party as for its nominee for gov ernor. The display, probably the most extensive and brilliant ever made in the state, is a confessed ...

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. — 21 August 1884

. S - -- - i "Wl m" V V V Sfc.7 -P3 jr -- j-, -,j.-k. --: s'r jrV"7.T- - ?. ? -? V i -t w X 60 k'.'' v J -' c !-V B R. F. RUSSEL & SONS, FIT COLLARS AND WARRANT TJIEM NOT TO GALL. SEE TJIEIR NEW SLIP TUG' HARNESS. SOUTH MIIE. ABILENE, KANSAS. The Abilene Commercial School and Literary Institute will open its fall term Sept. 3d. It is desirable that all pupils who can should be present at the opening. "We have made arrangements to give instructions in telegraphing as soon as a sufficient number of pupils are secured. S. P. Hakkixgtox. The Jay-Eye-See Plows at Hodge Bros- Guns at Hodge Bros. Cheap Bros. guns at Hodge The Jay-Eye-See at Hodge Bros. The Jay-Eye-See at Hodge Bros. Millinery Goods Cost In order to make room for fall stock I will sell Milliner- Goods for the next 80 day at cost. Come one, come all and secure bargains. I have moved to the room lately occupied by Mrs. Ceis, and will keep a full line of fashionable Millinery Goods. Prices as low as the lowest. MHS. II. 13...

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. — 21 August 1884

W ' -rt--'- ; '&?j"M?? "JSS W5ipFj e - j - j 4 i. ' .. ABILENE EEFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY STBOTHER BEOS. A WEEK'S NEWS. 'Cleaned by Telegraph and Kail WASHINGTON NOTES. " A number of bank presidents have writ ten to the Postmaster-General asking him to exclude the Thompson Rank Note and Commercial Reporter from the mails. As sistant Attorney-General Freeman said the Postmaster-General had no power to pro tect bankers from this sheet. The Chief Signal Officer has secured con sent for the Postmaster General to hoist the cold-ware flag on post-ofBce buildings throughout the country to signal for the benefit of farmers and others the approach of cold waves. The fla is white with black center. The Indian Bureau will send" a special agent to the Indian Territory to learn the opinions of the majority of the Kiowa, Wichita and Comanche Indians, relative to leasing their lands to cattle men. It was understood by the Indian Commis sioner that the majority of the Indians op pose...

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. — 21 August 1884

---y-?- 71 - - . '" .-' -A f - A "' '-- " ' 4: D. r'" t X- h I" I s- . ABILENE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY 6TEOTHEE BROS. FOUR MILES AHEAD. "With hopes and with fears we sent him forth. And they wintered there in the frozen Xorth; Two winters they spent in the Arctic zone. "Where slowly they perished, an I one by one; Hut surely we ought to be well content, .As toward the pole our explorers went. And they marked the exploration lino Four miles ahe id. O! but the record is wondrous fine, With nineteen dead. "How many Is that to the mile? nold on! "The record is made aud the work is done. Though wost of them perished along' the track, "We ought to be thankful that six came back. Of course wc must count upon toll and pain: But think of the record and think of the gain! We have passed beyond the British mark, Four miles abend! And here and yonder are cold and stark Our nineteen dead. "Where is the man who made the mark? Turn over the leaf that page is dark. He made it that's g...

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. — 21 August 1884

- - T-".js X .-v? FE -T " Z-. ? fKI EI7tl JPXUIrjJ w1. . . ""-j ' i; Sheriff's Proclamation anrf Election r Notice. "i Sift&3 OFFICE, ABIL&iTvANSAS,' AUGUST 4th, A- D., 1881- Witereas, On the 4th day of August, A. D., 1881, the board of county commissioners, of the county of Dickinson, state of Kansas, duly made and caused to be entered of record, upon the journal of said Board, the following order, to-rtt: ORDER. "Whereas, A. petition signed by A. M. Crary, C. M. Teats and 89 others, being all qualified and legal voters of the township of Ridge, jn the county of Dickinson, state of Kansas, and being more than a majority of the qualified and legal voters lu&aid township has been, on this 1th day of August, A. D., ifcSf, presented to the board of county commissioners of said county of Dickin son, there being present William Murray, chair man, and Samuel Bricker and Nathan Blevins, members thereof, (constltutingafullBoard), and Richard Waring clerk of said County and clerk...

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. — 28 August 1884

If f THE ILEIE REFLECTOR VOL. 2. .AJBILEiSriE, DICEHrSOlSr COUNTY, KA.2S3"SS, AUG. 38. 1884. sro. 3 fc. jP fK3KEfiBHL pHlBfilBL A r ' -T - y 4 F. W. POTTER & BRO, Successors to Harry Becker & Co., Would respectfully solicit a continuance of the old patronage and of new friends We shall always keep in stock a A Full Line of First Class Groceries and Queensware TO BE SOLD AT BOTTOM PRICES. GROCERIES delivered in the city FREE OF CHARGE ESTABLISHED 1S0P. xkw ;oons, j 1 New I i Goods, I XKW GOODS, j NEW STYLES, i New 1 Styles, I XEW STYLES, OUE IMMENSE STOCK OF loots and SI Spnog Is now in, and we are prepared to offer great inducements in good boots and shoes. We have a standing reputation for selling good goods, which we shall continue to keep up, and our stock is the larg est to select from this side of Kansas City. axya Ladies' Fine and Coarse Shoes, Slippers of all Styles, and Misses' and Children's High and low Cut Shoes, also our Men's and Boys High and Low Cut Shoes, Are...

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. — 28 August 1884

-"14 -V"- 1W j-J1T'fc CSAn person T7I10 takes the paper reg-u iarJj- frdm the post-olEce, whether directed tt his name or whether he is a subscriber or not.' Ss responsible tor the pay. The courts have decided that refusing1 tc take newgpQpers from the post-oflice, or re moving and leaving theui uncalled for, if orima facie evidence of istextjo-yai, fuadd THE CURIOUS HOUSE, r I know a house so fair and fine, No flaw in it can you detect, J. silver beauty smooths each lino Drawn by its patient architect. !To look upon its frasrile frame And note its splendor in the sun, Tin builder known to human fame You say can do what this hath dono. It has no shinsle, roof, or beam. It is not buttressed on the land It airy til.tjriee Jtnil scheuie - -.-. Seem products of a fairy's hand. Jlow pwunj? a!of t, how lightly stayed. Without a window, board or pauo A dream in definite shape arrayed, A castle from the realms of Spain I 'Though Piranesrmijjht despair Its lines to mend when once undone, T s...

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. — 28 August 1884

A -w fe -V POLITICAL ITEMS. Brother D3na is working hard to keep the rascals in. Tiiey must go, just the same. The man who treads on Mr. Hendricks' coat-tail during this cam paign will have business on his hands forthwith. harper's Weekly, hasbocn in bad company a long time, but it is encour aging to know that at last it sees the error of its way. Butler will be sixty-six 3-cars old in November old enough to know bet ter than to buck against the Democratic party that was just beginning to mako a man of him. Any effort on the part of Blaine and Calkins to carry Indiana while Hendricks and Gra' are on the war path will be regarded :is a joke by all well-informed people. The latest charges brought against the Democratic nominees is that the leader 'smokes cigarettes of the. kind tiiat have glass stems," and that Iiis associate "plays Ontheaccordeon." Next! The Boston Herald, heretofore of Republican tendencies, says: "In all human proba- ility the Democratic Na tional ticket will recei...

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. — 28 August 1884

"W 1 1 Abilene Reflector. Grovei Cleveland's Letter. Gov. Cleveland's letter of accept ance is an able, practical, statesmanlike document. It lias the cleaning of hon esty and sincerity. There is nothing ambiguous about it. He doesn't assail the country with a lot of unmeaning rhetoric in an effort to conceal his real policy. Xor. does he indulge m any twaddle about tariff and foreign affairs. As regards -those questions he recog nizes that Congress formulates and reg ulates the policy of the Government, and he is willing to leave them to Con gress. That he will enforce the policy of his party is shown by the following, which is also a refutation of the charge, made by the Xew York Sun, that he is not a good democrat: 1 accept the nomination with a grateful apprecia tion or the rupremc honor conferred and a folcmn JLntcof the re,pon6ibility which in it- "rotoBC Ins.-umc. I hate carefully considered the plat form adopted hy the concntion, and cordml ap prove the name. So plain a stat...

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