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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 18 September 1884

ir --?s3(rfc.4-i- -p- " ft if (nU d. A laj&A m a THE REFLECTOB. VOL. 2. bilehste, rioK:isrso2S5" cottzstty, eiistsa-S, sept. is. iss4. 2TO. 5. V Vi ""&& $&& "fcT rrt"-i-tr' - v-v- ? ' -" -l a'' , - m j ---.,. XLX-hc iva i;iu;ijg N A T Toilet Soaps and Perfumes. The finest line of toilet soaps and perfumes ever exhibited now on exhi bition at Northcraft's. DON'T FAIL TO VISIT The Berry Mercantile Co., in its mammoth four room building, where you will see the largest stock of goods In the state. The Jay-Eye-See at Hodge Bros. For the Best Beef Steaks, Roasts, Mutton, Pork, &c., call at"Valil Bros.' Broadway Meat Market, where you can get them. "Wahl Bros, also pay the highest market price for Hides. Cheap guns at Hodge Bros. The Jay-Eye-See Plows at Hodge Bros- G-XJ3STS AT HODGE BROS., The best assortment of guns in the west. An immense stock, from the cheapest to the best. All styles. Every description. And at prices lower than ever. Guns for a niekle at Hodge...

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. — 18 September 1884

iY? ;?"- -- ,-i9-1?'" " -' t .- - : v j ABILEHE EEFLECTOB PUBLISHED ETEBT THURSDAY BT STEOTHBS BROS. A WEEK'S NEWS. Cleaned by Telegraph and Hall WASHINGTON NOTES. Dr. Fbakk T. Howe, of the editoral staff -of the National Eepublican, formerly of Boston, was stricken by the heat recently snd his case is considered serious. J. H. Sqttieb, a private banker in Trash' ington, who recently made an assignment, 1 yniHii nimsMi WUU a put&tSb-UUlth THE EAST. At Phillipsburg, N. J., hog cholera is playing havoc with the swine. The American Scientists in convention at Philadelphia, the other day, had con siderable talk of entering into closer re lations with the British organization of a similar character. The Nickel-Plate Road recently took to Niagara Falls an excursion train of thrity seven coaches, containing 1,800 passengers. A three-day celebration was lately held at Chambersburg, Pa., to commemo rate the advent of the first white settler in Franklin County, 100 years ago. Diphtheria o...

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. — 18 September 1884

tit t t ABILENE KEFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY STROTHEE BEOS. WITHIN TEE SOUL. G. struggling heart and clouded soul, Whisper to me the final goal Of all thy hopes. Is it just to stand On some high point of Fame's fair land? To look, with the pride of self-content, On the lower plane of lives still spent In vain attempts to raise above Their harder lot? Full well we love The summit air of praise deserved. But millions strive who aro not nerved To lofty courage by loud applause. Canst thou then see some righteous cause Why thou sbouldstbe exempt from ilia That others suffer? Sorrow kills Onlr the weak. The brave endure, .And find for every woe a euro In prayerful patience and active faith. Tie not dismayed! No power but death Can check the onward steps of those AVho strive for heights of calm repose lVUMn the rouU And we do hope That far beyond our earthly scope Lies hills of peace that Life conceals; Transfigured mounts that Death reveals. O. learn to know the Just decree Of N...

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. — 18 September 1884

?gp- rejr. -jw v-r " --. r fC- 4Sflrv',v'i -W!?!r.:,s 9fHr - -i Abilene Eeflectoe. Thursday, Sep. 18, 1884. NATIONAL DEMOCEATIC TICKET. FOE PBES1DKNT, Gov. Grover Cleveland, Of 2ew Yor5c FOB TICE TBEEUJENT, Thomas A. Hendricks, 01 Indiana. DEMOCEATIC STATE TICKET, For Governor, GEO. W. GLICK, Of Atchison county. Lieut. Governor, a K. HOLIDAY, Of Shawnee county. Cnlef Justice, W. P. CAMPBELL, Of Sedgwick County. Associate Justice, P. A. IIURD, Of Leavenworth County. Secretary of State, EUGENE HAGAN, Of Shawnee County. State Treasurer, W. A. HUTTHAN, Of Barton County. Auditor of State, HUGHV. CAVIGAN, Of Cherokee county. Attorney General, G. P. SMITH, Of Allen County. Eupt. of Public Instruction, M. J. KEYES, Of Ottawa County. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. At large, Thomas Moonlight, of Leavenworth ; cnanes s. iiing, 01 laoeue. First District, W. W. Sargent, of Holden; 2d DlB. L. B. Chapman, of Fort Scott; 3d Dls. P. F. Devore, of Independence; 4th Dls. T. P. Fulton, of Eldorado; 5th Dls Jam...

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. — 18 September 1884

r- J1' i t. rn;ri,rw ""vv-'";-; .-"vr - ?- f-JS fl 'T"'? h '"y ? -jti ?r&r - y -ys?r-?ff yp" t--wjwrjgrmr" $tyr3';rstf " i U f! r P. A" fl fV -a K R. F. RUSSEL & SONS, FIT COLLARS AND WARRANT TIIEM NOT TO GALL. SEE TIIEIR NEW SLIP TUG HARNESS. SOUTH SIDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. AxWOUHCEMENTS. James Cclbiktbox announces himself ns a can didate for the offlce of Probate Judge, subject to the decision of the Dickinson county republican contention. Gov. Glick Speaks at Solomon City Next Tuesday evening. Abilene and adjoining towns will be there in full force. "Work on the new brick block will be rapidly pushed. The Clifford's at Bonebrake's Opera House all this week. John A. Anderson is booked to sneak in Abilene, Friday evening, Oct. 3d. X. Blevins arrived home on Sunday last from a pleasure trip to Chicago and St. Louis. Constance Stanley, the great society and sensational actress at Bonebrake's Opera House. D. "V. Keller is having a porch added to the front of his residence buildin...

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. — 18 September 1884

-i.iiV'-" -- - ---r - v . . - . i- Se An; person irho takes the paper regu--larly from the post-office, whether directed to "Ills name or whether he is a subscriber or not, is responsible for the pay. The courts have decided that refusing tc take newspapers from the po3t-offlce; or re jnovinsr and leaving them uncalled for, Is Arima. facie evidence of intentional fraud CHURCH-MICE. Two little church-mice! Some jjood folk they laught "Going- to be married ! Why, they must be daf tl" Two little church-mice! Some good folk tuey sighed ".Not a wrap to bless them with I How will they provide. -Two little church-mice, For servants, house and dress? Isn't it a painful thing? Quite immoral? res. "Two "little church-mice. With nought but health and brains In the way of capital Fools for their pains! "Two little church-micei Much they know about All the troubles of the world, Sooth, a mighty rout! "Two little church-mice Tempting Providence! Won't they have a time of it, Iearning common sense...

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. — 18 September 1884

,r-r' &v V't Cjgr wW " fssr--ryt s--rr.-3fcr'"4 -fprgK-' at.--?- ? ' IV fc- -- T T v MIXXESOTA FLOODS. The "Can Clalro ana Chippewa Rivera Bas ins and Doing Damage. St. Paui., Mixk., September 12. A specks from Eau Claire says: A. boom on Point Creek, a. tributary of the Chippewa River, went out late in the night and the water in the Chippewa rose rapidly. This with the floating logs, carried away the up per bridge of the Wisconsin Central IJailroad at Chippewa Falls, and- also the lower bridge between here and this city. The Milwau kee & St. Faul liailway bridge and all the city bridges liwe and the city bridge at Cuipp"H'a Falls were can-fed away. The Omsha bridge at the latter place is not yet goce but there is no tolling what may hap pen as the water is getting higher and the railroad is being bad:;, washed. The water FLOODED THE STKEETS of this city and is doing great damage. The Eau Claire and Chi'-pewa -Rivers are higher than was ever known before, the water flowing o...

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. — 18 September 1884

" l-t n' t St. John at Home. What He Says of Blaine's Attitnde on Prohibition. Governor St. John receives a bushel of letters every day from all parts of the United States, and he keeps two steno graphers at work answering his mail, all of his letters being encouraging re ports of the progress of the cause the governor has so much at heart. Even in Texas, strange as it may seem, the governor is highly pleased with the outlook. Tour correspondent saw the cold water candidate at his office this afternoon, and in speaking of there cent Maine election, the governor said he was highly gratified with the result of the vote upon the proliibition amend ment, and spoke in unmeasured terms of disgust and contempt of the action of James G. Blaine in not voting either one way or the other upon the amend ment. The idea of a man occupying Blaine's position, and afraid to express himself upon a proposition that is 50, 000 votes stronger in the state of Maine than his own party. And all because he ...

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. — 25 September 1884

si CuxLc vouu4. u- i THE EEPLECTOE. VOL. 2. ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, SEPT. 25. 1SS4-. NO. 6. BBPMWILSfcJKAjjJjBpWBpjF r" lW -X ? Toilet Soaps and Perfumes. The flnest line of toilet soaps and perfumes ever exhibited now on exhi bition at Northcraf t's. DON'T FAIL TO VISIT The Berry Mercantile Co., in its mammoth four room building, where you will see the largest stock of goods in the state. The Jay-Eye-See at Hodge Bros Por the Best Beef Steaks, Roasts, Mutton, Pork, &c, call at Walil Bros.' Broadway Meat Market, where you can get them. Wahl Bros, also pay the highest market price for Hides. Cheap guns at Hodge Bros. The Jay-Eye-See Plows at Hodge Bros- AT HODGE )ROS., The best assortment of guns in the west. An immense stock, from the cheapest to the best. All styles. Every description. And at prices lower than ever. Guns for a nickle at Hodge Bros. The Jay-Eye-See at Hodge Bros. Mr. Ed. Veigiard has a tin shop at his residence on Sixtli street, west of the M. E. Chur...

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. — 25 September 1884

"vr - v v y- -w.j -.x yJt .-, " -T'- -s- '- X ABILENE EEFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVERY THUESDAT BY STROTHBR BEOS. A WEEK'S NEWS. Cleaned by Telegraph and mail WASHINGTON NOTES. It is definitely decided that Postmaster General Gresham will be appointed to suc ceed Judge Drummond as United States Judge at Chicago. He has declined the Secretaryship of the Treasury, which was offered him by the President. It is under stood that Judge Gresham will enter on bis dutidi as Judge Drummond's successor the 1st of October. Baron Alvensleben, the new German Minister, recently arrived at Washington. The Commission appointed by President Arthur to visit Central and South Amer ica will leave October 10th for the City of Mexico, expecting to be absent six months. H. H. Kisliegsburv, a son o the Lieu tenant who perished in the Greely expedi tion, has been appointed by President Ar thur to a cadetship at Annapolis. TIIK I1AST. A bold bank robbery was committed at Bradford, Pa., on the night of Septem--her 14...

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. — 25 September 1884

-y C aur -'- 'tC " rr vy;iw' -32&- fV --V . --"y2; j-wst'"; VjrarsS5R?-5f s&rip51r jr. If f Vs 'J ij vi w EX-GOV. HENDEICKS. Doing Tooman Service in Behalf ' of Democracy. The Next Vice-President Makes a Notable Speech at Mnncle A Terrific Ar raignment of Kepublicau I'oll cics and Method. At Muncie, Ind., on September G, Ex t3overnor Hendricks delivered an inter esting address to an immense audience. In the course of his speech he said: It Is now twenty-live years that the Repub lican party has controlled the administrative and executive allairs of this country, and it is of the nrst importance that you and I should -consider the question whether Unit is as long as one set of men o.ight to continue in abso lute control. In other words, the question is belore us: Ought not there to be a change.' That is tne first question that strike your at tention and mine. How much has transpired since the liepublican party came into power and I do not choose to include in that pcr.od 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. — 25 September 1884

" A-t.,rrct $- ,v -4rv ?sC '7V-r1 f?5-r r" j.--f - f jT -r t j. - - , A r i M ppjjryffsr IBsilene Eeflectoe. Thursday, Sep 25, 1884. How to Make a Successful Fair. The Agricultural and Industrial As sociation of Dickinson county held its third annual fair last week, and -whatever of success was attained was done without much aid from the Associa tion. Scarcely two weeks, notice of the fan dates was given and the premium list unrevised was given to the anxious public almost on the eve of the fair. In reality, the people of the county made the fair this year with but slight en couragement from the management. 2to effort was made to secure agricultural, stock and other exliibits, and the races, which were unsatisfactory to say the least, were left to run themselves. 2so special invitations were given the peo ple to attend, and the attendance was of a spontaneous nature. That the fair was as much of a suc cess as it was is to be wondered at. The fruit exhibit was very fine; the stock sh...

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. — 25 September 1884

.-rj- , -3- -r &, J - jryriv - 'ft-' -s 0 rv TM-oei r&r " 'r t-v - r ' 7 & , .' x ACORN STOVES AND EAN&E! i' 1$ ' r R. F. RTJSSEL & SONS, FIT COLLARS AXD WARRANT THEM NOT TO GALL. SEE TIIEIR XEW SLIP TtG HARNESS. SOUTH MDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. ANNOUNCEMENTS. J Allies Culbeutsox announces lilmsell as a can didate for the office ot Probate Judge, subject to the decision or the Dickinson county republican convention. " -ville.Pa., Miss Sallie Fretz, of Garden an ex arrived in the city last week foi H. tended visit with her sister, Mrs. Shadinger, on 8th street. HODGE IBROS. "Who always lead in the introduction of the best of everything in their line. Guarantee that for econ omy, durability and -workmanship the Acorn stoves are unsurpassed. They have improvements and conveniences found in no other, and are reliable and popular. Mrs. Morehead left on Saturday, for Chicago, wheie she will visit friends. John A. Ilafner and family, of En terprise, are visiting friends in O...

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. — 25 September 1884

? ii-'cT 'i9r '" "ST3 rifrpryrf XfW rffmm&F.j-i - n.- r- ., ABILEIE MFIECTOI PUBLISHED EVEET THUESDAY BY STEOTHEE BEOS. THE OLD WIFE. By tbe bed -the olfi man, waiting', sat in vigil 'sad and tender. Where his ag-ed wife-lay dying-; ana the twI Hfrht flhnrlntc-K hmwn Slowiy from the wall and window chased ttie j cunsct s gomen spjenaor Going-down. "Is it nlhtr she whispered, waking- (for Jier spirit seemed to hover Lost between the next world's sunrise and the bed t:tne cares or this). And the old man. weak and tearful, trembling- as he bent abore her. Answered "Yes." "Are the children in?" she asked him. Could he toll her? All the treasures ' Of their household lay in silence many years beneath the snow: But the heart was with them living-, bacfc among' her toils and pleasures Long ago; And arain she called at dew-fall, in the sweet old summer weather. "Whore is little Charley, father? Frank and Hobert have thev comei1" "They are safe," the old man faltered "all tiie cniiarcn a...

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. — 25 September 1884

f-- ' -- . , -- r ? -- - " " i" ss U. i 4 ' Y v li Ti IT 5sr m JJWWIWIJITI' JiJU PW' jH OKETLL 02f ELAINE A. Curious and Entertaining Bit of Political History. "I Think My rather In Heaven That He Called Illm. Jlome Before the 1'arty Dligmcotl "Itself by Nominating So "Wicked and Corrupt a Slan." The 'late 'Senntor Lot 3IMorrni, of Maine, represented the purest and best methods in politics, as Jus. successor, James G. Maine, represent- the worst. The clear facts of Blaine's ten years' leadership of the party in Maine leaves .no doubt oa that-point. When Senator Morrill resigned the Senatorship to ac cept the Treasury portfolio under Gr.mt, as will be remembered, MrUIaine yds appointed his uccessor. Senator Mor rill died here 'eighteen months ago. His widow, who is the daughter of the late Mr. Vance, whojn liis day was one, of the most prominent citizens of this pci tion, lives in a pleasant home on Win throp street this city. She is a lady evidently of gicat force of character and w...

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. — 25 September 1884

"- yp S Tv'? S4,1' "j2! rT" r .r I( More Mulligan Letters CauseBlaine to Tremble. Truly, Ms Corruptness, Like the Bread Cast Upon the "Waters, is Returning to Him Ten Fold. The following are only a few of the true letters from Mr. Blaise's own hand which have been given to the public by Messrs. Warren Fisher and James Mulligan. The three which we give are sufficient to prove how low and corrupt Blaine allows himself to be come in order to gain wealth. They also prove him to be a man void of principle and unworthy the support of the American people for any office with in their gift: Augusta, Me., isth Nov. 1869. My Dear Mr. Fisher: It is quite evi dent to my mind that at the approach ing session of Congress there will be an expansion of the currency to the amount of fifty to seventy-five millions of dollars. The form it will take, I think, will bean addition to the nation al bank circulation West and South. My object in writing is to ask in sea son if your friends would desire to es ...

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. — 2 October 1884

- M "Ct , "Jr-I " fc Si --" V ' "' x " CL S :J- Ls LL V t THE TIME REFLECTOR. ar. VOL. 2. ABILENE, LICKIIsrSOIsr COUNTY, KANSAS, OCT. 2, 1884 NO. 7. r AB Bffiffffffv V K y he y - t Election Proclamation. WHEREAS, the Board of County Commis sioners of Dickinson County, State of Kanae, at their regular eewlonheldat the County 8cat of said county on the fifth day of August, A. D., 1681, adopted a rcfcolution In words and figures as follow;, to-wlt: Kmoltid, That the question of borrowing the mm of Ten Thousand dollars on the credit of said county or XJlctiDHon, by lt uing the bonds of said county In,the sum of Ten Thousand Dollars, to be payable as follower Two Thousand Dollars In 1800; Four Thousand Dollars In 1891, and Four Thousand Dollars In 189i, and bearing Interest at not to exceed six per centum per annum to be expended, viz: $6,000 in purchase of a tract of land, and $4,000 in the erec tion of buildings thereon for an asylum for the poor, be submitted to the rote of the electo...

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. — 2 October 1884

VV ""C swbw-m :iFiFf?p r r lit- AB1LEIE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED EVEBY THUBSDAY BY STEOTHEE BROS. MARRY ME, DARLINT, TO-NIG32. 3Ic darlint, it's axia they aro That I poes to tho wars to bo kilt. An' corne back v,-id an iK'-ant sbkar, An' a sabre hung- on to a hilt. They offers Drotnotion to those Who die in dcilnse of tho riifht. A. I'll be ol in tho inornin' suppose Te marry me, dariint, to-night? Tliere's notliin' so raises a man. In tho eye of the wurrld as to fall Ferninst the ould lia-, in the van, Pierecl through wid a bit of a ball. An wh'n I am kilt ye can wear Some ihant crape on yir bonnet. Jfst think how the women will shtara Wid inry whinivcr ye don it. Oh, f wat a proud widdj- yc'H be Whin they bring me carpse home cot to mintion Tho fact we can live fdon't yo see7) All the rest of our lives on mo pulsion! If. JJr. Finn, in Century Jla-j-i-irx. m . IK A FLASH. When first I remember my Aunt Barbara, she was over forty years of age; but she could never have been ac counted a 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. — 2 October 1884

JSB5 if 2rS&$SgPPf5 r: -j'-j;fst,V -", f S V Jk Lil -"TisCELl!EOUS. " What She FonnS. PARil AND FUIESIDB. Rare Stamps. - MARKET REPORTS. He Tnmpled at Last .-v.H-Accordingto'tho-annual police rc- :-f -art of England, recently issued, 12.411 thildren under ten years of age were ost in that country last voir. Only six vere recovered. A picture of Mcisonier, called -The Kise," purchased a quarter of a jentiiry asro by Napoleon III. for $..00 ), s now" valued at feoO.COO. It is owned jy Queen Victoria. The Southern darkey has a belief .hat anointing the eye? of a shying sor.se with water in which a chameleon ias been boiled, will cure the horse of .he bad ' habit. Louisville Courier Tournal. Some of the cleverest detectives in Sew York are women. The;' arc of .he different types of beauty and mind calculated to" gain this or that man's confidence and learn his secrets. A'.F. Herald. Two little boy? planted a third, landing, in the sand on the beach at Long Branch so effectually that...

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. — 2 October 1884

J-Jt' x - ' v -' t ' " "" ' f -vir lJr -.')" .-. .-- -v-J--v T -". :'8 l" L Abilene Eeflectoe. Thursday, Oct. 2, 1884. The Two Platforms on Prohibition. Got. Geo. W. Glide's position accords yrltn tills declaration or the DEMOCRATIC rLATFORM : Third That constitutional prohibition has been fruitful of discord, perjury and dlfcCrtmlnatlon ; has not lessened the evils or Intemperance, Hut rather destroved the pure fireside Influences which must ever be the loving power to control the appetites or the weak and wayward; that it has never been endorsed or acquiesced In by a majority or our people; that It Is an assault on the liberty ot the citizen; that It has destroved and literally confiscated private property with out compensation ; and that It Is not In harmony with the spirit of a free people to dictate to the individual what he shall eat, drink or wear, or what religion. It any, he shall proress. In view of the foregoing, and lor other reasons, we DE MAND A KESUBJOSSI0N OF THE rKO...

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