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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 23 October 1884

n BEFLECTOR. VOL. 2. BILEISTE, iDICTKHSTSON COUNTY, ENBAJS, OCT. 23. 1884, 3STO. lO A I I I I 1 1 1 J ' I i- S3 1U B kxtkbaJkh : w B H B B B B B B IB ? '- f Y BERRY ' Mi y We now occupy our entire block, which gives us three floors, each 100 feet square, and every department full to its utmost capacity of Fall and Winter goods, consisting of DRY GOODS, -::- CLOTHING, -::- NOTIONS, -::- HATS, CAPS, -::- BOOTS, -::- SHOES, -::- GROCERIES, Queensware, Hardware, Stoves and Tinware, Fine Buggies and Carriages, a large assortment of Harness, &c. We extend a cordial invitation to the neonle of Dickinson and elsewhere. We can safely say -without fear of contradiction that we can show you the largest assortment and best and cheapest line of general mer chandise ever offered to the people of Dickinson Co. When You are xi. wmmmm Clothin A Simon Cor. OWING TO OUR IMMENSE PURCHASE Of Large Stocks of PALL AND WINTER CLOTHING for cash, during the late depression in the -woolen market, we are p...

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. — 23 October 1884

g BCBBBBB T) TT'T?"TT? 'D'T?T?T,'T?1'rPfVT5' A15ILJillX!i IlJlirJLJlulUll PUBLISHED EVEIIY THURSDAY BY BTEOTHER BROS. A WEEK'S NEWS. Gleaned by Telegraph and Hail TVASIIIXGTOX NOTES. The issuo of silver dollars at the Govern ment mint during the second week'of Octo ber was unusually large, being 5S5,99S. It has been recently made known that thousands of titles to written and unwrit ten plays and books have been filed with the Librarian of Congress, with a fee of a dollar in each instance, under the impres sion that some sort of protection is thu3 gained. The law requires a deposit of the entire work, without which there is no copyright. The Prime Meridian Conference re cently held at "Washington, adopted a resolution to count all longitude from Greenwich in two directions up to 180 de grees east plus and west minus. It also proposed a universal day for all nations. TILE EAST. A report has gained currency that President IVoolsoy, of Yale College, will resign before long on account of...

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. — 23 October 1884

f m t.V i U A (JOJJRUPT SYSTEM. ...-- .--. What the Republican Party Has Accomplished. An Kicellent Speech by Thoma .J. Wood, Member of Congress from Ihe Tenth Indiana District, at Koynl Center, Ini). Tuo!ltepuWicfla party has hid full power Jn this Government Tor nearly twenty-four vears? Purine that time more of the people's money lias been wa-ted through f rau 1, pecu lationand bribery than in the whole seventy two years of Government administration by the Democratic and Whisr "parties. Go bac four years and recountthe defalcations of Re publican oilicials. They cover a shameful page in our hlstorv. and include Bumsilc, late disbursing ollicer of the I'ost-oflice De partment, 5i0,000, and John Hall, United States Marshal at Pittsburgh. $15,000. The list Is a Ions one. The amount of defalcations since Juneof). 1881, up to June 31, 1833, amount to nearly S3,O0J,00U. Straw bonds were taken in hundreds of cases, and when the ofliclal be came' a defaulter the Attorney-General or dered...

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. — 23 October 1884

Abilene Eeflectoe. Thursday, Oct. 23, 1884. The Two Platforms on Prohibition. Gov. Geo. "IV. Gllck's position accords vrlth tills declaration of tlie DEMOCRATIC TLATFOKM : Third That constitutional prohibition has been fruit ml of discord, perjury and discrimination : has not lessened the evils of Intemperance, but rather destroyed the pure rireslde Influences irhlch uuf t ever be the loving power to control the appetites of the weak and wayward; that It nsEcer been endorsed or acquiesced In by a majority of our people ; that It Is an assault on the liberty of the citizen; that It has destroyed nnd 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. If any, he shall profess. In view of the foregoing, and for other reasons, we DE MAND A HESUBMISSIOK OF TOE rBOHIBITOKV amendment, and pledge ourselves to work un ceaslnglv for this o...

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. — 23 October 1884

I f to ki y IV R. F. RUSSEL & SONS, FIT COLLARS AND WARRANT TILEi! NOT TO GALL. SEE THEIR NEW SLIP TUG IIARNESS. SOUTH SIDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. fS. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Editors of the Reflector : Please announce that I am a candidate lor the office or District Clerk-, subject to the choice or the voters or Dickinson county at the November election. CIlAS. E. CRANE. S. A. Burroughs is a candidate ror the office or Probate Judge, subject to the decision or the vo ters or Dickinson county at the November election. Louie Lord Monday night Oct. 27th. Did you feel the cold -wave? This cruel war will soon be over. Louie Lord three nights next week. The stove business was vigorous and lively last Tuesday. Louie Lord Monday night Oct. 27th. Hon. T. C. Henry, of Denver, Col., was in the city Tuesday on business. The militia boys are preparing to give a grand ball on Thanksgiving night. Louie Lord Monday night Oct. 27th. Dr.Flack, of Council Grove, was look ing around the city yesterday. The Dr. h...

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. — 23 October 1884

1 1 -ABILEM PiEFLECTOE PUBLISHED EVERY THUESDAY BT STEOTfiES BROS. TWO VIEWS. HIS EVIti CEKIU3. "Who sits up at the window lato .And hears the click-c'aolc of the grate "Who meets me at the inside door .And with me tries to mop the floor My mother-in-law. "Who leads the way to dark, back room. Who asks about tie kitchen broom "Who rambles round the red, bald spot Who calls me midnight, drunken sot? My mother-in-law. "Who calls me early in the morn To answer milkman's daylight-horn Who bids me keep the furnace hot. And fire the range, and boil the pot? ' ; My mother-in-law. "Who greets me with an anrrel's smile. And calls me pet names n!l the while When she hath read the fashion sheet. Or to the play asked for u seat? My mother in-law. "Who keeps mo out when Boreas blows And smarts my Anders and my toes "Who runs the house with her sweet will, Hut never, never p3ys a bill? My mother in law. A'. Y. Star. TIIE FI..AJNT OS" THE J!OTnEn-JN-I.AW. "Who is it woos my l.iii?litcr lonjr. And ...

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. — 23 October 1884

f UULkUEUlE T y .DY5A3I1TEES- WOHK.. The New Parliament Building at Ouebc Uartly-SlialJcnbyTiTo Explosions of Dy namite Two Men Injured But No toss of life-The Shock Kelt Throushout tb City. Quebec, Can., October 12. Early yesterday afternoon an explosion occurred at the 1 arliament building, de stroying a considerable portion of tha masonry and windows of the new build ing, which Is just being roofed in. The explosion at first was supposed to have been U16 -boiler of the engine used for hoisting mate.ial, butthis was found not tobe the case. Neither can it be attributed to gas.'." The general Impression appears to be that "the explosion was caused hv dynamite, but as none of this ingredient is used on the work.-, the mystery is h w it came thsre. The workmen all being away at dinner, nobody but one man w injured and he escaped with a slight cut from a piece of stone. The shock was severe all over the city. The explosion did considerable damage to the windows in the vicinity 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. — 23 October 1884

I D. T. and N. D. For eveiy 25c worth or cigars bought t D.T. A K.D., we PRESENT you with a ticket which entitles j ou to one chance in d'huy's free $15. SiivsrWaich Drawing HEAD WHAT FOLLOWS: Tills is to certlfv that we the underhigned have t actfdrawn one or the above mentioned V.'atclies and have round them to be solid silver, Renulno American levers, and excellent timekeepers. W. II. Doake, Abilene 7-m ! McCoy, Democratic Hopes. Illinois, "Wisconsin and Michigan. DEMOCRATIC CLAIMS. Xew Jersey and Connecticut. Election Proclamation. DEMOCRATIC CERTAINTIES. Xew York, Indiana, the solid South, and the presidency on the 4th of No vember 1884. The Latest Figures From Ohio. The returns by counties, complete, do not change the pluralities given last night. Unexpectedly the prohibition and greenback Uutler votes increase proportionally with those of the demo crats and republicans. The prohibition vote last year was S.362, this year 0,510. The greenback vote last year was 2.937. this yea...

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. — 6 November 1884

J je. "stw if rf, eVr rfl t; ydXU. J At i r REFLECTOR. VOL. 2. ABILENE, DICKINSOUST GOTOTTY, KAJSTSS, NOV. 6. 1884. NO. 12 JTTP r. " ftyra f-wpu -j t r-rrr T-rir"i nnTTinr T""i-ir wwt " -mb wrjrr--: pu jitj(itt ',1 jj THE f;v HP " . . HERINCTOIT Is now acknowledged to be the live town of the interior. a few months old, and business of every class fully repre sented: Two general stores ; two blacksmiths ; two drug stores ; one first class furniture and undertaking estab lishment ; one harness shop ; two lum ber and coal yards ; one lime kiln ; one wheat buyer and over fifty new build ings ; one, the new stone bank building would be an ornament to any town. EST BUSINESS CHANDLER, The pioneer takes the lead, head and shoulders .above any merchant in the county outside of Abilene, and the prices he is making on goods of all kinds will tell you how he is holding his own with the larger firms of that city. lie has lately moved into the new stone building and carries a mammoth stock of Dry...

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. — 6 November 1884

IJ.V i". X gfi WF .tsr'i rw ; v , -,- -V v.C Ji. M T IF CJ - Jc- I- . E ABlME UEFLICTOE PUBLISHED EVEBYHUBSDAY BY STEOTHEF BROS. CTJBBENT COMMENT.'. ' A New Wilmixgtox, Pa,, magis trate and jury decided that a wire fence is not a legal fence. A stroke of lightning split open a Tiollow tree, at Shasta, Cal., revealing a skeleton and clearing up a murder mystery.' There has been less amateur coach ing in England this yearthan formerly. Only two coaches ace now running out of London. The army and navy of England fur nish their full pro rata of that country's convicts, and a due proportion were officers, too. The will of a sensitive musician in Wisconsin contained an injunction that the village brass band should not play at the funeral. Ax "English bicycle rider has traveled from Land's End to John o' Groats, eight hundred miles, with considerable baonrajre, in cteht days and a half. An attendant in the Treasury De partment who can count 4,000 new notes an hour for seven hours a day.is ...

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. — 6 November 1884

1-. r l jt vr.j. ;'fk- f e -p' ? ;VVT?fW7j vrJPf' flSRIf Wi:c c'-frt w. r p - li 1 -- -- -t - -A i A rt 11 V ? r Hf ; ABILENE' EEFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVEBY THUESBAY BY STBOTHSS BEOS. PATIENT WI1E TEE LIVING. 8 rect friend, when thou and I aro gone licyond earth's weary labor. When small tball be our need of grace IFrom comrade or from neighbor. Passed all the strife, the toil, the care, And done with all the sighing, "What tender truth shall we hare gained Alts, by simply dying:? 12b: lips too'chary of their praise Will tell our merits over. And eyes tna swiftour faults to sco Shall no defect discover. Then hands that would not lift a stono, Where stones were thick to cumber ' Our steep hill-path, will scatter flowers Above our pillowed slumber. Sweet friend, perchance both thou and I, Ere love isjjast forgiving. Should take the earnest lesson home Be patient with the living: t To-day's repressed rebuke raav .save'. Our blinding tears to-morrow;' --t Then patience e'en when keenest edg...

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. — 6 November 1884

-Tr; -. -U' V SX- i - t - '-' a . - Tt V V , -. - i' i , i; " U f Abilene Keflectok. VICTORY! Thursday, Nov. 6, 1884. Glick and the "Boys" DO YOU FEEL THE CkveW and Hendricks, Gleyelanfl aiifl Reform A Close Call But A Glori ious Finish. old ON THEIR, WAY UP "SALT RIVER." BLAINE AND LOGAN IS TO . JOIN THEM IN THE EXCURSION. , x- - - DICKINSON ITY li: OUKNEXT PRESIDENTS. 18 THE WAY THE INDICATIONS POINT NOW. THE FLAG WAVES AND THE CANNON BELCHES FORTH FOIl CLEVELAND AND HENDRICKS. Hark, listen ! Wilson and Hart are now singing 8co the train come "round the bend, Good bye, oh Qlicky, good l)yc, All loaded down frith Martin men, Good bye, oh Glicky, good bye, The Democratic Boys are Singing: Onr Cleveland Is sure to v in, Good bye, oh Jimmy good bye, The people hate decided to put him in, Goodbye, Oh Jimmy good bye, And with Hendricks, his noble mate, Good fcyc, oh Jimmy good bye, They both will guide the ship of fctatc, Cood bye, oh Jimmy good bye. This rooster has strayed away from h...

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. — 6 November 1884

PJ s '- f ' V P h. Ui J I 1 V M L -t$ t v? t i p 1" y U if' 3iU R. F. RTJSSEL & SONS, FIT COLLARS AND WARRANT THEM NOT TO GALL. SEE THEIR NEW SLIP TUG HARNESS. SOUTH SIDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. The election is over. Where, oh where is Glick? Did you feel the wave ? It was a cold one. For Jimmy Blaine and Johnny Logan. Overcoats are being worne with com fort. The democrats have been defeated in the state but as they know the road they won't get lost. We only had one candidate whose name was "Eli" Ilornaday. For the rest we drop a tear. Tuesday was a good day for white hats. The election passed off quietly; all the boys working shoulder to shoulder and harmoniously for their respective candidates. The Baptists of Solomon City arc thoroughly renovating the inside of their church. It will be as good as new when the repairs are completed. The new Mothodist church at Solo mon City will be dedicated a week from next Sunday. Rev. Adams, D. D., of the Wesleyan University, 111., will preach th...

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. — 6 November 1884

t-x.$! 7mfl?,-wy , u.3 'n . (f i. a mfrmtMvrjr-vvK w c 5? ffAll communications for Oils jpe. chouldbe accompanied by the name ct tht author; not necessarily for publication, bui as an evidence of pood faith on the part o) the writer. Write only on one side of the p per. Be particularly careful in giving name And dates to have the letters and azures plair ssd distinct. TEE. OLD REAPER. Hid the brown-haired and the black-haired men. With ruddy faces aglow. The old man stood in the harvest field, With a head as white as enow. "Let me cut a sheaf, my boys," he said, "Before it is time tp go." They put the sickle within his hand: He bowed to the windy wheat: Pleasantly fell, the golden-cars., , . 0 5 With thocorn flowers at his foot " 7tt He lifted a handful, thoughtfully; i i It was ripe and full and sweet. 'Many and many a sheaf," he said. ujjave cut m xne years gonopast;- .- And many and many a sheaf these arms) On the harvest wains hare cast. " ' ' But, children dear, lam weary now; ...

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. — 6 November 1884

src --r r "-vrv; t WrV wr xJf?frsar iiii"-'j Rv :;-- i5 f lfi i K t- ft.. FABX AND FIRESIDE. A potato with one end cut off is better than a ,rag for scouring rlho ;kiflves. r thuTsbave must tie fakenoff 'Each time,to give a moist surface. Chicago Journal. The advantages of soiling consist of a saving of land, a saving of fences, "a saving of food, a saving of manure and better care given the stock, as well a' increased production from the land. Exchange. Peach leather for pies is ma(ebr stewirig'peaches as iffor present use; take oulthe stones and mash into a pulp. Spread out thin on a smooth, dean, board exposed to the sun. In a Qew&lnys it-wil be dry enongh-tot-roll up and" put away for winter. Prairie Farmer. ' When a horse is troubled with in digestion, says the Xcvo Hampshire Mir rpr, 'itfchouldnot have a large quantity of hay or grain. Oat meal is the bc-t food.being easily digestible, feeding often, with a small quantity each meal, is better than a large quantity at once....

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. — 6 November 1884

- ' ' T 'h 'RirP'jf ' i i ' ""J - j v? r - " - .- "JITk. ,-.-"- ir i -. .- ? J. v '" &: V Trial proves that honesty is the best policy in medicine as "vrell as in other things. Ayer's Sarsaparilla is a genuine preparation, an unequalled blood purifier, decidedly superior to all others. gas was Janitor (to his wife, who has hung the water-pail on the gas-jet): Bridget, me darlin', did Mr. Levy strauss tell ye to put this on the gas?" Bridget: -'STo, Pat; but he was afther saym7 that the laking, sliure!" Young politician writes: "Why does a state have a legislature?" "My dear boy, it doesn't. The Leg islature has the state, every time. Has it by the throat by a large ma jority. Has it by the pocket-book, has it on its back. Hundreds of letters from those us ing Ayer's Hair Vigor attest its value as a restorer of gray aair to its natural color. As a stimulant and tonic, preventing and often cur ing baldness, and cleansing and Boothing the scalp, its use cannot be too strongly recom...

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. — 20 November 1884

V i VOL. 2. A.BILEDSTE, DICKIjSOT OOTJSTTY3 IKAJSTSA-S, NOV. 20 1884. NO. 14, f , - t BW IT b U 1 T B H REFLECTOK. ; y j? r - HEMNGTON : Is now acknowledged to be the live j; town of the interior a few months old, jj and business of every class fully repre- sented: Two general stores ; two j! blacksmiths ; two drug stores ; one first j; class furniture and undertaking estab- : lishment ; one harness shop ; two lum- j; ber and coal yards ; one lime kiln ; one ij wheat buyer and over fifty new build- j; ings ; one, the new stone bank building would be an ornament to any town. EST BTTSIlSnESS CHANDLER The pioneer takes the lead, head and shoulders above any merchant in the county outside of Abilene, and the prices he is making on goods of all kinds will tell you how he is holding his own with the larger firms of that city. lie has lately moved into the new stone building and carries a mammoth rtockof Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Gloves, Boots and Shoes, Groceries, Queensware, &c. Prices ...

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. — 20 November 1884

- - - .y T": - - T '" ' .5 t -- vvr ABILENE REFLECTOK PUBLISHED EVEEY THURSDAY BY STBOTHES BROS. OUBBENT COMMENT. A statistician has found that the average age of "men in the past forty years has advanced three years. This is partly due to the toughening qualities an the modern adulteration of foods and liquors. A tuxxel 5,000 feet in length has just been discovered on the Island of Samos. It was constructed about nine centuries before the Christian era, and Herodotus says it severed the purpose of providing the old seaport with drinking water. THE WOELD AT LAEG-E, A Surmjiary of the Daily News. TnE citizens of La Grand, W. T., liave pdsted the following notice: !in-horn gamblers, opium fiends and stranjrlers are hereby warned to leave this camp within twelve hours. Their dishonorable conduct must, will and shall be avenged," At Michigan University, -when a class election is held, the meeting is gen erally humanized by the presence of the young lady students, and the princi ple of w...

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. — 20 November 1884

Kj'-rt-- 'StTT I "-wsr-n ) r ! ABttENE EEFLECTOE PUBLISHED EVERY THUESDAT BY BTROTHEE BEOS. GOD KNOWS WHERE! JlclioM the stretch of sea I view; llhie sky above the waters blue, "Whereon the thips in hurried tU?,hi .Arc borne by tails as broad and white .As anpels wings, which outwa:-d bear Departing eouLs from hero to there; That port of rest, iu God JCbks where. Light winged ships that skim the blue, Deep sea, for gain, the tale is true That after years of toil unb!ct. You shall confes-s that place is best "Where love keeps ever watchful care I'or your return from, God knows where, The pad, sweet faces left behind So long ago arc still defined. And goodly land, or sunny :-ky. Hold not the wanderers; by and by. The absent vessels homeward bear The souls which come firom, God knows where. Sail on! O ships; 'tis not denied To search and not be satittied. To lov and wander Is to learn How Serce love's glbwing embers burn In hearts whose constant watch and prayer Js ior the absent, God ...

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. — 20 November 1884

r -- '1 - i V; -3d "Abilene Eeflectok. Thursday, Nov. 20, 1884. Clevelaijd's official plurality in Xew York is 1146. That is large enough for all practical purposes. Our esteemed republican contempora ries of this city can now confidently as sure their readers that Cleveland and Hendricks are elected. " I would rather have the results as they are than to have been elected my self and seen Cleveland defeated." G. W. Glick. Mr. Blaine will spend the winter in Washington and will begin work at once on the second volume of his work. Jn addition to other things, he can tell the people what he knows about cam paigning. The vote of the oth Congressional district is as follows: John A. Anderson, - - 22,551 A. A. Carnahan, - - - 10,866 M. D. Tenney, - - - 1,764 Anderson's majority over Carnahan is 11,685, over both Carnahan and Ten ney, 9,921. It is hard to tell who did it. The "mugwump" independents, the great Beecheu, the magnificent Conklino, the Rev. Alliterative Bukciluid and the peerle...

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