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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 28 August 1884

w- A -T I V R. F. RUSSEL & SONS, FIT COLLARS AND WARRANT TIIEM NOT TO GALL. SEE THEIR NEW SLIP TUG HARNESS. SOUTH MIlK. ABILENE, KANSAS. Thanks to Mr. "Warnock for Indiana papers. Have you seen Xortlicraft's offer on this page. Mrs. Downey gave an old ladies tea party last week. The County Fair will be held on Sept. 10, 17, 18 and 19. Services in St. John's Episcopal church next Sunday morning. Miss Alice Como is spending this week in Minneapolis, Kansas. The fall term of the Abilene schools will begin on Monday, Sept. 8th. Heniember the "pink tea" this Thurs day evening, at the skating rink. The Hkflkctok force is indebted to Mr. A. J. lJougliner for a line water melon. Mr. .1. 15. Case and wife and Mr. C II. Hodge and wife are visiting in Chi cago. Mrs. Meredith and daughter, Miss Pearl, returned from their Ohio visit Sunday. Miss Maggie Hewitt, of Des Moines, Iowa, is visiting in the city as the guest of Maj. Wise's family. Miss Minnie Hutchins, after a very enjoyable visit w...

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. — 28 August 1884

v. i-EMIE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY STKOTHEE BROS. A WEEK'S NEWS. Gleaned by Telegraph and THail WASHINGTOX IfOTES. Mary Clemmer Ames, well known as a newspaper correspondent at Washington, died the other evening in that city. Judge Thomas, of the Civil Service Commission, says that owing to the large number of appointments being made in ffierTepartmnits, it will be necessary to o,ramyiatfons soon in Arkansas, Cali fornia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Missouri, Minnesota, Mississippi, Texas and Wis consin. President Arthur recently received at the Fifth Avenue Hotel, New York, Com mander Schlej-, Commander Coffin, Lieu tenant Enior', Chiof Engineer Melville and a dozen other officers ot.tlfe .Greely ex pedition. The secret service division is in posses sion of a new counterfeit ten foliar note on the Third National'Bank of Cincinnati. It is series B. I., with chocolate colored back, vignette on the face. The note has a coarse, scratcliyappearance, hot very well executed. : THE, ...

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. — 28 August 1884

? 1 s y '-V t tiit ttv.t nrnr nnrrnn A h I h P. ft 11, P. NjW li PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY STEOTHBB BEOS. Til E MA IDE ST. He:cho! "tow loud the robins retl arc singing. The buttercups shine bravely in the sun: World, you arc fair, with all your biosoms springing. I wish the summer lute had lust begun! IJeginnings always are the best and sweetest; Night lies too close behind the sunset pink; And of my books, the happiest and completest Ends sorrowfully, after all, I think. Heart, wc are young! What do we know of sorrow? The world is very-full of It. they say. And life and love their truest meaning1 bor row J'rojn Grief, whose wet eyes turn to Heaven ulway. l'et when I pause, regretful, backward furr ing To unny childhood's April smile? and tears. I feel my heart leap with a swift, sweet ycarnlnc To know the secrets of the coming years. 1 dream O happy dreams! of joy and blf"ing. Hope i so sweet what can fulflllmentbe? It irrief must come all well! no need of guessing: The future's...

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. — 28 August 1884

t Sheriff's Proclamation and Election Uotice. SHERIFFS OFFICE, ii.t!vk. Kansas. Acgcst 4th, A. D., 1881. Whereas, On the ItU day or August, A. D., , 1884, tlie board or county commissioners, or the county or Dickinson, btatc or Kansas, duly made i and caused to be entered or recoro, upon me journal or said Board, the following order, to-wlt OltDEK. Whereas, A petition signed by A. 3L Crary, C M. Teats and others, being all qualified and legal voters or the township or Ridge. In the county of Dickinson, state ot Kansas, and being more than a majority ol the qualified and legal votcib in said township has been, on this 4th day or August, A- D., 16S4, presented to the board or countv commissioners or said county ot Dickin son there being present William Murray, chair man, and Samuel Bricker and Nathan Blevlns, members thereof, (consUtutlng a lull Board), and Richard Waring clerk of said county and clerk or said Board, which said petition, with the signa tures thereto omitted, Is in the...

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. — 4 September 1884

--- v ?-j ?vi.. -r-.- -- I Ml - .. J A A 1 V XoOULwJ yW-tA-a' K r i J REFLECTOR. VOL. 2. .AJBILEjSTE, IDIOJBXN'SOIsr COTTNTX", KANSAS, SEPT. 4. 1884. jSTO. 3 1" J Lhyfc, THE ABILENE I; A V V (?& m-mM tf&iu J. G. NORTHCRAFT, Drjpt anil Pharmacist, We are still in the lead with a choicc'nml carefully selected stock of DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, TOILET ABTICLES, STATIONERY, FINE PLTISH GOODS, &c ; A COMPLETE LDTE OF HUMPHREY'S HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINES. WE ARE THE HEADQUARTERS FOR PHYSICIANS Having Telephone Communication to any part of the City. PRESCRIPTIONS OUR SPECIALTY, as we employ none but competent pharmacists in com-' pounding them, GERMAN SPOKEN AT OUR STORE. ill ra o? V. &&m GTJNS! GIUINISI! The J. E. Bonebrake Hardware Company 9 Carry a stock of Guns second to none in the State. You can find Guns in their stock ranging in price from S3.00 up to 8100.00 each. Among the fine guns in stock are the Parte, Remington, Clataili, Dam, lore ai tie Redman, The latter ou...

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. — 4 September 1884

firr' '. --. - "- J 1 V- tAO communications for this pape should be accompanied by the name of th .author; not necessarily for publication, but cs an evidence of good faith on the part of the writer. Write only on one side tf the pa .per. Be particularly careful in giving namei and dates to hare the letters and figures plait nJ diatJnct. HIS BIRTHDAY. "What birthday present could T send This summer morn, to you. my friend? What birthday p-ift would be in tune "With earth and Heaven this day in June? Shall I send flowers? A crimson roso Upon the bush you planted, srrows. 1 pick it now; 1 If is3 its face, .And send it to your dwelling-place. Shall I send books? A volume waits For you, of life this side the gates. I pre35 its leaves, so clean and fair. And send it, darling:, where you arc. -Shall I send words of tenderne33? Or loving deed? or fond carass. Such as you always pave to me. "Lite birthday morns that used to be? If 1 could all these tokens send IFrotn earth to Heaven, belove...

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. — 4 September 1884

a,,-i" I -.- J i '2, ' V R ' v I' w O V FARM AXD FIRESIDE. As soon as flowers on tho snramer-. blooming roses fall, cut back the shoot to a strong bud. Honey should never be s'orc-l in a sellar or other damp place, as it seems to attract moisture, get water-, and then will ooze out from the comb3. Boston Jiu Igel. Go to see the sheep at lca,t onco a BUK, sum uuu uia.s. lU .".- "-;. , i i .1 i r..:l mU-ntinm rrl-nil ' to see you by A1.;-. 4 1.1., nmn COir 1 U1K.1II" uiciu aumu. .-uii., i hut vour visit will be iiist as welcome any other day as Sunday. -V. Y. Her ald. A slate with a pencil attached. hnn"" in the kitchen, on which to note ( down articles -as you think of tuem, to be bought when " you go 4to town," will be foucd a great convenience, and will save much vexation of spirit. A mast delicate disk is made by following the directions for making boiled enstard or "floating island." Let it become perfectly cold; just be fore use slice bananas very thin, and heap in the custard d...

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. — 4 September 1884

ft, X i- - g- -ivr -iy- r"- -'v - - , R v gp -"?-" v -J" Ji --;. ?-&' x -w . - v si- .- y : .., Abilene Eeelctoe. iM- r y Thursday, Aug. 211 884. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOE FKESIDENT, . Gov. Grover Cleveland, or cw York. FOR VICE FBESIDENT, ThomasA. Hendricks, or Indiana. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET, For Governor, GEO. W. GLICK, or Atchison county. Lieut Governor, C. K. HOLIDAY, or Shawnee County. Chler Justice, W. P. CAMPBELL, or Sedgwick County. Associate Justice, F. A. KURD, or Leavenworth County. Secretary or State, EUGENE HAGAN, or Shawnee County. State Treasurer, W. A. HUTTMAN, or Barton county. Auditor or State, HUGH V. CAVIGAN, or Cherokee County. Attorney General, G. P. SMITH, Or Allen County. Supt. or rubllc Instruction, M. J. KEYES, or Ottawa County. At the election for State officers in Vermont. Tuesday, the republicans were victorious but by greatly reduced majorities. Burlington, the home of Senator Edmunds, went democratic for the first time in its history. Straw...

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. — 4 September 1884

f -v fvr 'v ' t - v- ': .1 V ;K t- kS. h If R. F. RUSSEL & SOXS, FIT COLLARS AND WARRANT TIIEil XOT TO GALL. SEE THEIR NEW SLIP TUG IIARXESS. SOUTH SIDK. ABILENE, KANSAS. Sells circus next Friday. Jerry Sheahan, of Solomon, was in the city on business last Saturday. The Episcopal Sunday school has been changed from morning to 3 o'clock, i 3r. Gov. Click -wasn't '"pulverized'" to any great extent at the Opera House last Monday evening. The two daughters of Mr. Pat Iterry have returned to their studies at Mt. St. Mary's Academy, Leavenworth. Mr. M. Tilton and daughter, Miss Grace, returned home yesterday from an extended visit to eastern friends. Gilbert IJrindle, of Lewistown, Penn., was looking around Abilene last Tues day with his friend, Hush Gibboney. The matrimonial market in Abilene last Tuesday was unusually active four marriages having taken place on that day. Mrs. A. Morgan, and two daugh ters, of Lavenworth. are visiting in the city as the guests of T. ('. Melnemey and ...

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. — 4 September 1884

7- -v.-ys- .:s 'rjn'pf -fJr-' 5ew- 3.???rj;!fir3vr''?,'r';'t M-e-piS"?V! ?F?t?T5 ! "J?;-- 'r--"" I. l- AB1LEM EEFLBCTOH PUBLISHED EVERY THUBSDAT BY STBOTHFR BROS. A WEEK'S NEWS. Gleaned by Telegraph and Mail WASITEN'GTON NOTES. The gold reserve in the Treasury has in creased to one hundred and twenty mil lion dollars. A call for ton million dol lars in hree per cents is about to be issued. Secretary Folger was taken seriously ill on the 2Gth and bad to return to his home. The Treasurer of the United States has forwarded to the Governor of Louisiana free-school bonds of the State to the amount of twenty-one thousand dollars, which were captured at Baton Rouge by General Sheridan. At the National capital on the 27th, a workman attracted some attention as he was swung slowly to the top of the "Wash ington monument, inspecting every joint in the hve hundred feet of marble. Ho reported the column in admirable condi tion, notwithstanding the recent earth quake. The Swaim court martial has...

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. — 4 September 1884

J.. -J- -fe-fcry r r. ?&. J- ' V e f - -&jU if ' X 1- ABILENE KEFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVETtY THURSDAY DY STTS OTHER BROS. THE LAWYER TO HIS CLIENT, MT!. MOU.SE. I hope I shall not fall from prace If I decline to plead your case. No lawyer should pursue a course "Which he must docket In lUMurjc. O.VA SLOW -WAITEIl, 'They call you "waiter," hut I vow That no mistake is preater; So Bluppi'hly you move about, Tis I who am the uraiier. A VISITOR. JA terrible rappinp I heard at my door, -And I tremble.1 for to ar of a dun or a bore; Hut I found that I had been mistaken for once, It wasn't a dun, itwas only a dunce. O.VA FASIIIO.VAnr.E WIFE. I thoupht her a beautiful creature. And dearly I bought her with pold; But there"ri one disagreeable feature 'Xvt as I and not he that was will. lien Wwrl Dacti. in The Continent, THE LOST LETTER. They are standing on the veranda; lie is bidding her good-night. "I am going away. Miss Lcgrange," lie says, looking earnestly into her face as he speaks...

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. — 4 September 1884

r A -, , -"V '- !?-" ;r -.-.. -jr ?- -v- r 7y?j?Ir' -& .-VV- w ;?- " ""Vv.. - ' ' vf :. -Wwy-"- i'Sr JsifE? , , l v m , r i? xi "t-rrT"-j-' S - Sheriff's Proclamation and Election Notice. SHERIFFS OFFICE, Abilexe, Kansas, August 4th, A. D., 18SI. AVhekeas, On the 4 th day or August, A. D., 1681, the board or county commissioners, or the county or Dickinson, state ot Kansas, duly made and caused to be entered or record, upon tjie journal or said Hoard, the following order, to-wlt: ORDER. Wiierkas. A netltion signed by A. 3L Crary, C. M. Teats and S9 others, being all qualified and legal voters or the township ot Ridge, in the county ot Dickinson, state ot Kansas, and being more than a majority ot the qualified and legal voters in bald township has been, on this 4th day or August, A. D., 1884, presented to the board ot county commissioners ot said county or Dickin son, there being present "William Murray, chair man, and Samuel Wicker and Nathan Blevlns, members thereof, (constitut...

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. — 11 September 1884

'- z? v eATir--- r -(j--ry. . - jgrr" v; y& '?&f&&g&&t& v-"? l If 4XttX vuyuLV1- WV CU- sL; THE ILENE REFLECTOR, -$?; VOL. 2. AJBILIESTE, DICKINSON COUNTY, K2STSAS5 SEPT. 11, 1884. NO. 4. -vl Lypic v rv f :t j t J. G. NORTHCRAFT, Drrast ai Pnarmacist, We are still in the lead with a choice'and carefully selected stock of : DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, TOILET ABTICLES, STATIONERY, FINE PLUSH GOODS, &c. A COMPLETE LINE OP HUMPHEEY'S HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINES. WE ARE THE HEADQUARTERS EOR PHYSICIANS TTftvino- TplpnThrmp f!nTnTnTm rati nil fn fltiv Tirf. of tTlfi Citv. Q r Vw..w..... - J r J- I ll VWPQn.DTDrPTlWXQ ilUJOUllillIlUllU rij as we employ none but competent pharmacists in com pounding them. GERMAN SPOKEN SALE OF SCHOOL LAND. I will offer at public sale. In the County Treas urer's ofllce, Dickinson County, Kas., on TUESDAY, OCTOBER, 14tb, 1SSI, at 10 o'clock, a. m., the following tracts of school land, to-wlt: ' Value S. T. 1, A. per acre XK ,OtSE' 10 13 ...

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. — 11 September 1884

-- - ffT. - f ' r - j- v ' "5 "f-'-v ' ' 'v""- ' ,-" -'- j: -''?&' i'K-' . vacr . i w r----" "-, -s, wp '-'rr-vr -T" -.?, "v rrc. t M u B- !"" h ? K - ABILENE EEFLECTOE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY ST ROT HER BROS. A WEEK'S KEWS. Gleaned by Telegraph and Mail WASHINGTON NOTES. Phesidest Arthur has recognized Au gusta Pavogli as the Italian Consular Agent at Cincinnati. General McKeeyer, of the Adjutant General's Department, who has been studying the diaries brought from the Arc tic regions, finds evidence that Lieutenant Greely was seriously lacking as a com mander. AIr. Coon, Acting Secretary of the Treas ury, has decided to admit cargoes of rags shipped before his prohibitory order was issued, provided that it can be satisfac torily shown that the rags have not been collected iu infected districts. THE EAST. Two men who were being taken to the Kingston Penitentiary from Port Arthur, leaped over the side of the steamer in Lake Superior. One was drowned. George B. Church, a stock...

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. — 11 September 1884

-IE --" 5C? ' JwvV If p V '-Je l 7 ABILESE JIEFLECTQE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BT STROTHES BROS. 2HJ? NOISES OF TEE NIGHT. The watchful dog-howls to greet the moon whene'er he sets a peep, I hear him as I vainly try to snatch a wink of sleep. Some reveller without a key is hammering at the door; 1 really think that slumber now will visit me no more; .And pussies prowl upon the tiles, they cater- wnul and fight; O, terrible, indeed, we And the Noises of the Night. Some mysteries arc on a spree, and sing a horrid souk: Anewsboy berceches latestnews that's certain to Ikj wrong: A. cart goes lumbering: by the door, it's full of iron rods, I'm certain, by the noiso it makes; but, hang it, what the odds? For sleep is qui to impossible, although the window's tivht, Bo utterly distracting are the Noises of the Mght. They're beating- carpets, I declare, at night, a ghastly freak: And now that loose old chimney-pot, of course, begins to creak; A. cab stops at my neighbor's house, and loud the...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 11 September 1884

T r- t AST ?n- 9 . ? I s. Abilene Eeflectoe. Thursday, Sep. 11, 1884. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOB FBESIDEXT, Gov. Grover Cleveland, Of 'ev York. FOB VICE FBESIDENT, Thomas A. Hendricks, Of Indiana. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET, For Governor, GEO. W. GLICK, Of Atcnlson county. Lieut. Governor, a k. holiday, Of Shawnee county. Chief Justice, W. P. CAMPBELL, Of Sedgwick county. Associate Justice, r. a. itord, Of Leavenworth County. Secretary of State, EUGENIE IIAGAN, Of Shawnee County. State Treasurer, W. A. HUTTMAN, Of Barton County. Auditor of State, HUGH V. CAVIGAN, Of Cherokee County. Attorney General, G. P. SMITH, Of Allen County. Supt. of Public Instruction, M. J. KEYES, Of Ottawa County. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. At large. Thomas Moonlight, of Leavenworth ; Charles S. King, of Labette. First District, "VV. W. Sargent, of Holden; 2d D1S.L. B. Chapman, of Fort Scott; 3d Dls. P.F. Devore, of Independence; 4th Dls. T. P. Fulton, of Eldorado: 5th Dls. James Katler, of Junction City; 6th ...

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. — 11 September 1884

f Tiec ?r; . jt r- c- -rfvS' s X n H t y R F. RUSSEL & SONS, FIT COLLARS AXD WARRANT TIIEM XOT TO GALL. SEE TIIELR NEW SLIP TUG HARNESS. .SOUTH SIDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. AffffOTTNCEHENTS. .Times Cci.BEirreoK announces himself as a can didate for the oftlce of Probate Judpe, subject to the decMon of the Dickinson county republican convention. Dr. E. E. Ilazlett is in the East. Dr. Itaub was a Topeka visitor last V. 1. Wilson went to Topeka on Monday. County fair next week commencing on the 16th. A horse belonging to Xatlian Rime died of colic in Abilene last Saturday. A large number of our citizens are visiting the State Fair at Topeka this week. A noticeable improvement in the in terior arrangement of Ilazletfs store this week. W. II. II. Uonebrake was looking around the State Fair grounds at Tope Jva last Tuesday. Dickinson county fair begins next Tuesday, the Kith, and the premiums will be paid in full. Mrs. S. A. Flenner returned home Friday from a visit to Pennsylvania, iind S....

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. — 11 September 1884

'iVyf-- "sa: ?- - J t If- If -u H t ii " fc? fcf Anj person who takes the paper regu larly from the post-office, whether directed to "Ills name or whether he is a subscriber or not, la responsible for the pay. The courts hare decided that refusing- tc take newspapers from the post-oflice, or re inovinff and leaving- them uncalled for, if orima facie evidence of intentional fradw THE HE HO OF THE TOYEX. Txma: time apo, when Austria wa3 yosns. There came a herald to Vienna's pates, Uiddiii? the city iiinor them open wide TJpon a certain day; for thrm the Km 'Would enter, with Ills shining retinue. Forthwith the busy streets were pleasure- -And tnat which seemed but now a field of toil, "With ueeds of turbulence and tricky grecJ, TJsshed into gardens blooming' lull of lowers. UJcauty blushed decp?r, now the rising- sun Of royalty upon it was to shine: "Wealth castitsnets of tinsel and of gold To catch the kingly eye: and wislom merged 3tselt into the terms of an address. "Winch the old...

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. — 11 September 1884

-" -. -,yr- . r'f'f "".r ".. J.' Pf ' F r o :m .1 A DEKIili. Members or the Greely Expedition -Deny Cannibalism. v Ci.kykt.axu, O., September 4. Sergeants Brainerd and Long and Private Connell, of the Greely Arctic Expedition, are here un- ( der engagement at Draw's museum. They were shown telegrams from Washington stating that an army ofliccr, who has seen diaries of the expedition, says the sur vivors when found were in two par ties, one headed by Brainerd and the other by Long, living separately as two tribes and refusing to speak to each other; that Greely was an invalid the last few Vnonths; that the narty, headed by Brain erd, caTed for him like a child; that steal ing rations was -n common practice; that that hunters seat out for birds and con cealed Uiem for themselves. Each of these statements Brainerd, Longand Connell deny emphatically. All insist that the party was not divided, but -while FIVE "SLEPT IX A WAI.T. tent Brainerd arad Long slept together tra iler a lly of the...

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. — 11 September 1884

.TWV'?r' "'S'SvyiW .Tf.-SA t-Xr"r,,p?,ir'r,K:':',''; -F JW"-T "- 1 T! -"-v" Proclamation Notice. and Election SHERIFFS OFFICE, ABIIXSE, Kjlksas, AUGUST 4Ui, A. D., 1684. Whereas, On the 4tti day of August, A. D., 1681, tie board or county commissioners, or the county or Dickinson, state or Kansas, duly made and caused to he entered or record, upon the journal or said Board, the tallowing order, to-wlt: ORDER. Whereas, A petition signed T)y A. 3L Crary, C. 31. Teats and SO others, being all qualified and legal voters or the township ot Ridge, in the county ot Dickinson, state or Kansas, and being more than a majority ot the qualified and legal voters in said township has been, on this 4th day ol August, A. D..JSS1, presented to the board or county commissioners or said county or Dickin son, there being present William ilurray, chair man, and Samuel Bricker and athan Blevlns, members thereof, (constituting a lull Board), and Richard Waring clerk of said county and clerk or bald Board,...

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