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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 20 November 1884

v.- - -' r' S-f$" r., -i v rV $?i -v -i 'V i. M l-rC3 R. F. RUSSEL..& SONS, FIT COLLARS AND WARRANT THEM NOT TO GALL. SEE THEIR NEW SLIP TUG HARNESS. SOUTH SIDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. t s omon, about 8 years old, had his leg broken last week by a heavy wagon running over it. The unfortunate lit tle fellow is bearing his suffering and confinement with manly fortitude. The girls of the Episcopal Sunday school have organized a Guild, under the name of "The Cheerful "Workers." They meet every Saturday afternoon at the residence of Mrs. F. II. Eoardmau to make" articles for the I3azaar to be held in December. Sheriff and .Mrs. Miller were interest ed spectators of the big democratic jol lification at Kansas City Wednesday night of last week. The Sheriff says that the demonstration was on the Chi cago pattern. On their way home they Btopped at Topeka and saw the demo crats of the capital city jollify and cele brate. The regular sunday morning service at the Baptist church will be conducted...

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. — 20 November 1884

r -, , -1 -. V r 2--m;"T v. -..- V k iT.I k IS ! ""Aiij person wno takes too paper regu larly from the post-office, whether directed to tils name or whether he is & subscriber or not. la responsible for tbo pay. The courts have decided that refusing t. take newspapers from the post-office, or re moving- and leaving- them uncalled for, it cxima facie evidence of INTENTIOMAI, rRADP A CANARY AT THE FARM. Polks lias been to town, and Sahry Tetched ner home a pet canary And of all the blamed, contrary, JVg-gervatin' things alive! I love music that's 1 lovo It "When it's free and plonty of it Hut I fcindc grit above It J At a dollar eig-hty-fivo 1 It's just as Tin a -sarin The lady, now, o' layin' Out ver money, and a-payin'- lor a wilier cage aud binl, "When the mcdder-larks is winjrin Bound you, and the woods a-ringin AVith the bcautifullcst slngin Tliat a mortal ever heard! Sahry's sot, tho' so I tell her He's a purty little fellor, AVith his wings o' creamy-yellcr. And eyes keen 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. — 20 November 1884

- jvyij''"- r 'f - - Cg-' . Vfg ?& v -'" "l J --. X sAVKJn'.AKS ISto-Jf'-T 1- -ff-"-"JV -w ? , " i b tit V FARM AND FIRESID&. In hanging pictures the brightest colors should be placed in the darkest jorners of the room. Prcttjr baby blankets are made of thin white silk stuffed with pink cotton wool and tufted with white satin bows. Nearly all diseases to which live itock are subject are the result of neg lect of the simplest sanitary rules, and may be presented by the exercise of a little common sense. Chicago Times. The advantages of soiling consist of a saving of laud, a saving of fences, a saving of food, a saving of manure, and better care given the stock, as well as increased production from the land. How to take out mildew from white muslin: Spread the goods on an earthen dish, rub salt on the stain, squeeze lemon juice on it, and put it in the sun. Keep the salt moist with ths juice till the stain is gone. It will also remove iron rust. Albany Journal. The Husbandman ...

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. — 20 November 1884

,Af '- TT - j t Tt -. . vfjl-v-r' -;IJ- rr" 'V" -"- "THf J -!" -vSajswrKwr:.? ?- r tr tfi: 1. V X'-v -s jji- $" - -,-"t v-j I r t fc The Prohibitionists. New York Snn. Some silly republicans in Kansas have been amusing themselves by hanging and burning in effigy 3Ir. John P. St. John, lately the prohibi tion candidate for President. If they -were sober they ought to know that Mr. St. John is not responsible for the defeat of the republican par ty, and that it is nobody's business if he were. If they were drunk, and this is the most charitable view to take of their idiocy, it is evident that a course of St. John and water is the best thing in the world for them. . But there are plenty of republi cans besides these foolish fellows in Kansas whose wrath is mighty against St. John and his republican followers. We do not remember to have seen that any republicans have objected to democrats voting the prohibition ticket, but that republi cans should have done so they esteem a sin and a sh...

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. — 27 November 1884

Uj X h TAlZl THE LECTOR. VOL. 2. ABILENE, DIOEZnSTSON COTOSTTIT, IKAJSTSA-S, 1STOV. 27 1884. 1STO. 15. 9HBHBBHBBaaiBlHaHilHHBBBHlBaHHMHmn REF f L Or rw 20 per ct. Do Goes the Price of 1 000 Hats For 60 days we will give a bona fide discount of 20 per ct. on every hat in our POPULAR MnLIKERY DEPARTMENT. Our regular prices which are positively the lowest in the city are marked down in plain figures so that every body can see them, and from this price we give a discount of 20 per ct., which is equivalent to giving our customers one fifth the amount of every hat bought. Thus making AND SO ON ARE EVERY HAT IN THE HOUSE. This is the first time in the history of Abilene that a bona fide cut has been made on Millinery goods at the beginning of a seasons trade. The reason why we can afford to make this unpaialleled cut is very apparent to the close observer. I5y running Millinery in connection with our large DRY GOODS business, buying in immense quantities, strictly for cash, always handling...

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. — 27 November 1884

--& , EAnj person who takes the paper rem Urly from the post-office, trhetbor directed to bis name or whether ho Is a subscriber or not. Is responsible for tho pay. The courts have decided that refusing t4 take newspapers from the post-office, or re moving and leaving them uncalled for, it ftrima facie evidence of uttehtiohai. xtllbu THANKSGIVING. When the grapes have been gathered, the fields have been shorn. And the wealth of the land has been gar nered with joy. Tor the plow of the vintage, the gold of the corn. "What tribute of praise shall we fondly em ploy? O what shall we render, what gifts shall we bring, To the Lord of the harvest, our Maker and King? His sunshine was poured over orchard and plain, Alike on the ground of the evil and good; All softly descended His bountiful rain, On the churl who had often His kindness withstoodc And the grace of the flowers, the sheaves of the wheat, Were sent from the hand that rules bitter and sweet. Not less than to thank Him, not m...

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. — 27 November 1884

'X v S f J Ull. HENDMCKS, In a !3peoch Delivered at a Demo cratic Gathering at Brooklyn, Congratulates His re:iow-Coantrj-mcn Upon the Success of the Democratic l'arty In Hie Recent Klcctlon and Outlines! ts 1'ollcy. Xew Yohk, Xovcmber 20. Several thousands of people lilled the Brooklyn Kink tills evening for the purpose of a jubilation over the election of Cleveland and Hendricks, and to listen to speeches from the Vice-1'resident elect and from Hev. Henry Ward Needier as well. The buildings In the vicinity of the Itink were illuminated and hunting vrna employed to attest the political sentiment of ome near-by dwellers. At seven o'clock the band took position on the front steps of the Kink, the doors were opened, and half an hour later every sitting place was occupied. IJenches were brought In from the neighboring prayer-meeting room, and were lilled as fait as provided. The aisles were rapidly filled, and all the open space before the platform was taken possession of by ladies una...

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. — 27 November 1884

i: h Abilene Keflector. Kansas State Temperance Union. Thursday, Nov. 27, 1884. B. L. STROTHER. S. K. STBOTIIER STBOTHER BROTHEKS Editors and Publisher. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Okb Cofpt, One Teak, : : : : Advertising Rates, Reasonable. $1.50 .75 INSIDE BEADING. Poetry Thanksgiving. Story Casey's Thanksgiving. President Cleveland's Statcmanship. Will the Kepublican Party Die Hendricks Speech at Brooklyn. Kansas State News. Proceedings of the Temperance Union at Topeka Bill Xye as a Lawer. A Statesman's Home. Xoted Confidence Men., &c, &c. The Next Speaker of the House. Although on the opposite side of the political fence the Reflector would like to see the Hon. J. It. Bukto', of this city, chosen as Speaker of the next House of Representatives, which con venes at Topeka on the 13th of Decem ber. While a feeling of local pride enters into this wish it is not the sole prompt er of it. Mr. Bum-ox is a young man of great legal ability, his force of char acter and intellect having...

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. — 27 November 1884

IT T -2--ri-'5:"'jr'ltVr''v csj tm - Hi; UJKP- w ?; 1 u Kt X -- "X h e ' ' 5 R. F. RUSSEL & SONS, FIT COLLARS AND WARRANT THEM NOT TO GALL. SEE TILEIR NEW SLIP TUG HARNESS. SOUTH SIDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. LOCAL MB OTHERWISE. The snow was an excellent thing for the growing wheat. The business houses will close at tea o'clock this morning. Bro. "Wilson and Hart wlijch part of the turkey would you like? Japanese styles are agitating the minds of some of our dark-eyed beauties. Mr. John Woodward arrived home last Monday from an extended visit in Iowa. A democratic president and turkey. Of course we will give thanks. Yum ! yum ! ! Maude Atkinson to-night as ''Pau line" in "Lady of Lyons." Go and see her. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Putnam arrived at Abilene from Xew York last Thurs day. Sam Wood hasthken editorial charge of the Topeka Journal, Mr. Tomlinson retiring. Mrs. J. Augustine entertained a com pany of ladies to tea on Wednesday evening. The'Abilene gun Club will shoot a 500 pigeon match...

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. — 27 November 1884

' .r- - Vk AB1LEIE REFLECTOR i. PUBLISHED :EVEBT THURSDAY BY BTROTHER BROS. CTJBEENT COMMENT. 1VL De Lesseps denies that he is in triguing to obtain the cession of Pan juna to France. Tex millions of hares and rahbits are lulled every year in Great Britain. Their value is put at $1,100,000. . A moncment costing six thousand :five hundred dollars has been erected at Santa Fc to perpetuate the memory -of Kit Carson. A gentleman' in Ware, Mass., re cently let go a tame deer in the woods near the town. All the young bloods imraediateiy started out with their fire arms in spite of the protestations of the deer's former owner. They have as yet failed to bring down the game. The price of meat is higher in French towns than in Germany, Italy or England, and workmen find their -wages insufficient to meet the cost of living even with severe economy. The liigh prices do not bring much profit to cattle breeders, who are continually complaining of bad markets and .making demands for State help. ...

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. — 27 November 1884

.--"V - 'S5 res. ' 5p? vi v-: ---.-CPSk-, -, ,?wnWr' " 1 & fa 'V- .ABILESIMFLECTOE Trmr.TQTTTSn BTTRTir TTTmiSDAY BY v, i-ne- ' at STBOTHES BROS. THANKSGIVING GUESTS. Not one. not one. Is hero Of all who caine , .Easer, from many ways, IJearimr my father's namo. A table j-cnntly set, Aplitte, a cup nay, nay! Twere not meet thus to keep Thanksgiving-Uay. A chair, a place for all Who used to come. Is it not still, as once, ' The children's home? They will look down on mo And smile and say: .She still remembers, oa Thanksgiving Day. And when the board i" set With fruits and meat, 2Cot hard it Is to Mir Each vacant seat. ' i 'They come not back, and yet I have "ahvay" God's poor to till their place, , Thanksgiving Day. t ZIrt. 3IrF. liutts, in S. S. Timet, f- m. B NOTED COOTIDEXCE MEN. Bemirriscences of Skillful Opera tors on Railroad Trains. Some Stories of Their Successful Trirks and of Their Occacional Defeats TIio Chicago Stock Dealer and tho VIIe-Awa!:c farmer. The death of Rus...

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. — 27 November 1884

'??" sssff ' "r It -t- r" -- V?! .- I 11 rf ', Hp Had to Believe It. Detroit Post. "A Kentucky man told me a curi ous snake story -vvnnst," remarked a hoosier from southern Indiana. ' "It happened to hisself he sed. lie wuz out arter a ground hog for dinner one day -when suddenly 'he seen a snake lift its head above the high grass and hiss. lie got within a few foot of the reptile and wuz just on the pint of pullin' the trigger, when the snake made a clean jump an' went plump down the muzzle of his gun. So how to get it out he didn't know. Hit 'finally occurred to him to shoot it out, which lie did, an' stranger, he swore to me by all that is holy that he driv the head of that snake right down through the hull length of its body, and jest turned it inside out." "You didn't believe such un all round story as that, did you?" "Stranger, Ibelieved every word of it. I had to. When a Kentucky man who is sweatin' big drops of whisky tells a story 'bout snakes that actooly cum within his ow...

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 December 1884

1,"" ,-"?'"' "W-Son. .- 1 -v 'I' - ' ;4t ? VOL. 2, A-BILEjSnS, DIOKINSON OOTJISTTY, BLAJNRAJS, DEO. 4 1884. 3STO. 16. WP Mil HfTSIbb 4b 4b B H B fl B fl B fl B BHHHh HBjH' fl'JH.'ft JwL'JK, H JHl JBL Jn JB, JB, jp. iH B T '1? ATI? , ntt rfff flB m 1 111 rm REFLECTOB. X N V WW Ea W &n Reduced in Priee to For the next 90. days 1 will sell Boots and Shoes 25 per cent lower than any other dealer in Abilene. This statement comes right from the shoulder and is "straight goods." AT T LL Don't Forget The Place, ierry Bros. :p f f 4 : f ; . I -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I tfffffp ik 12 ' "We novr 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. 5 : '. 1 , -"! " " - , STOVES AND TTNWAEE, . - BUGGIES, OAEEIAGES, HABHESS, We can safelysay -without fear of contradiction that we can show von tha , ffteajeit line of general merchandise ever offered to the people of Tif-gM 'rice of &j!fkiiijuviiiit...

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 December 1884

rT1 -v f. "" "3jT3lS- "t- - T fT? " "3 atpf 'i V ABILENE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED EVEBY THUHSDAT BY TEOTHEK BEOS. MWS OF THE WEEK. Cleaned by Telegraph and MaiL '" WASHINGTON NOTES. Is reply to recent charges that the postal lerks had not had an opportunity-to vote, Postsnastxr General Hatton insisted that the clerks in the New York post-office all bad a cbance to vote, and if they did not do so, it,was their own fault. Prof. Sanders, of the Agricultural De partment, accompanied by several assist ants, Jeft Washingtoa recently for Kew Orleans, where he will put la operation the sugar crushing machinery Tvhich has been experimented -with successfully in Dela waro. The appropriation for the conduct of the machine at the department 'was ob tained last year through Senator Kamb:s influence. The crusher gives signs of revo lutionizing the jgrowing of cane in the United States for sugar production. The gentlemen who go to Ifexr Orleans will place this machinery on exhibition, also a line chemi...

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 December 1884

',y - i t V . y " - ,1 -. M4 -. - ir UKAjfmr U.1&A -T .0 '1 .AB1LEKE EEFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVEBY THUBSDAY BY STBOTHE3 BROS. PROVIDING KOW YOU FAIL. I know a man. in our town Who largely deal.- in shoes (And the cheating of bis creditors ' Out of their lawful dues). UU 3n business he oftimc "fails," 'it nn "sets up" jismin, " JLnd holds his head as high as might -J.UU1J honest man. Jle tips his hat to'ladies fair, Ami hows to millionaires, .And If a poor man dares a glanec Up to his lace, he stare, .As if to fay: "Why, what are you?" And who the dickens cares? "His hands he uses daintily. For he's a man of wealth, And work tor him would fail to-prove Conducive ot good health. Tie dwells within a mansion largo Upon "the avenue;" lias horses line and carriages, A foot and coachman, too. His wife and children lead the stylo Within their "tony" s-ct, And never lack lor pin money All luxuries to get. Ills boy jro bicycling around, And go n hoiseiwrk. too; His irirl- have tneyle- apiece....

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 December 1884

r -t" .p -.- - j T i5s''r,'-)'f " " ' -r o- -. 1 -x ' . O h yef-r&. - -. c ASHENE EBFLECTOE. Thursday, Dec. 4, 1884. flB. L.BTBOTHBB. S. K. 8TSOTUEr. STBOTHER BROTHERS Editors, and-JPubl tslicri. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 'On Corrr, Oki Tear, : : : : $1.50 SiiMonths, : : i .75 Advertising Rates, Reasonable. 23T8IDE BEADING. TKe Old Cabinet Commercial Lew Decisions. Heport of the Secretary of the Interior. Report of the Attorney General. Report of tht Treasurer. Report of i"he Comptroller. Report of the Secretary of War.' 2ew of tfie Week. Kansae State News. Farm and Fireside. Religions and Educational. Market reports. Poetry and Miscellany. actual settlers, and rightly thinks that the greatest prosperity of the country comes from the small stock raiser as well as from the. small farmer. Gov. GLiCKis always to be found on the side of the people. The Eeflectob recognizes Gen. Blair to be a highly cultivated, educa ted and honorable gentleman, but if th" portfolio of the Secretary of t...

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 December 1884

r"" - 'j'r S 5? 4 Vr "i?.,-t-f- ' u A ' i v- T J R. F. RUSSEL & SONS, FIT COLLARS AND WARRANT TILEM NOT TO GALL. SEE TIIEIR NEW SLIP TUG IIARNESS. SOUTH SIDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. V. P. EATLEOAD TIME TABLE. ooixo wist. Haileton, (Chapman,). 4.-07 a. m. t 39 p. m. Detroit,:. MAI " t251 " ABILENE, C.-00 " 3:55 6olomon, 6:50 3:49 " OOINO HAST. Solomon, 11:50 " 1020 " ABILENE, :12:H p.m. 9-J50 " Detroit,.. '12:32 " lfc55 " Hazleton, 12:42 " 11:11 " Betebences (') stop on signal; (t) do not Ctop; (:) stop 17 minutes for meals. Local freight trains cany passengers on per mits of station agents. W.N. Hendricks is agent atAbllene. L00ALAND OTHEBWISE. Will Sussel of McPherson, spent Thanksgiving with his parents in this . city Mrs. D. II. Metzger is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Langellier, in St. Paul, Minn. Mr. Frank Bearce ate Thanksgiving turkey with Mr. L. II. Faulkner and family. Mrs. Augustine entertained a large party of ladies to tea last Thursday evening. Miss Delia Thornton and sist...

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 December 1884

- '-- iX,. -V - WT-J-TV V " ' .? .- ' .!' - - J -r w i--r V - ' ' t. - - "- - - . ' t1 jfr.. .JMJEW - M V. -- r . VV. 4Viu'vrN " .ir a - .. .. . ,- JVW -X .ii --fr 3h THE INTERIOR DEPARTMENT. Export of the Secretary of the Interior The Incl.au Oucstlon Discussed The I'ubllc Luncls Itaitroad Grant, Etc., Ktc. "Washington, D. C, November 27. The Secretary of the Interior has submitted his annual report. Appended is the principal jxirtion of the report: TJEPAKTilEXT OP THK INTERIOR. Washington. November, l&M. I It affords feic great satisfaction In my third and last report to-be able to say that the past year has been one of -peacd among' the Indi ans, ana tnat no outDrcaxs have occurred. .All the tribe's are at peace with each other and irith their white neighbors. During- the past year new buildings have been erected at several of the furencies for the accommo dation of tho children in the boarding schools. Five new boarding- schools and twelve new day schools have been added to ...

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 December 1884

-&-,' - 5 ' rZ -.-.T "ipr .. x h J' )& r? A TRUE TALE. FARM AND FIRESIDE. Always iron brown linen, calicoes, cambrics and lawns on the wrong side. Carbolic soap used for scrubbing and cleaning will keep oft" "all manner of insects. Troy Times. ' By rubbing with a damp flannel dipped in the best whiting, the brown discoloration may be taken off cups in which custards have been baked. Stains on tables qaused by hot dishes may be removed by rubbing with lamp oil and a Mft cloth," finishing with a little spirit of eau-de-colognc, rubbed dry with another cloth. Boston Globe. With warm, well-lighted, clean -stables, plenty of early cut and well cured grass, supplemented with the con tents of good silo and a well filled root cellar, the comfort, health and profit of the cows should be no mo:e problemat ical in winter than in summer. Gingerbread may be varied and wonderfully improved by the addition of a cupful of grated cocoanut; this qnsntity is suiiicient for a loaf of medi um si...

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 December 1884

Sh :? V? r v - jl - -- -.- " r- - A - ? y u ..'M v. Governor Glick's Views. HE SAYS THE PROPOSED CATTLE TE ML scheme through eaxsas. is IM PRACTICABLE THE LATE CATTLE DISEASE OT ERGOTISM. Governor Glick, -who is a short horn cattle-breeder as veil as chief executive of Kansas, in an interview with a reporter of the Globe-Democrat on the action of the cattlemen's convention recently held in this city, stated that the scheme for a great cattle trail from the Red river to the north boundary of the country as marked out by the convention is impracticable. He said to be of val ue the trail must be 100 miles wide instead of six as asked for. Besides, he alleged, they have no right to trail through Kansas, or any other state. They now have a trail through the western part of Kansas, but the law establishing it will be re pealed by the legislature this winter. He also stated that Kansas lost half a million of dollars by Texas fever but hereafter there will be strict quarantine against Texas...

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