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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 6 June 1889

- V .1 Mtdn. oincut PiP3a of an cnnr aci cquksy THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1859. ADVERTISING KATES lwjlmt3m Bin j Jy 1 . A Mj-iliitrtn .1 COl CIO i di ,ei J35 SCO!lSi Gne-bair column. I f; 1J One-fourth column I J One-clffhth column - 20; " 20 12 S 4 1 8 4 12 6 nnn inch ......- I -H -I SUBSCRIPTION KATES. 11 50 .. M . SO Cn year Six months Xkrea months Full Particulars. The Eeflectou with its usual en terprise gives today in a ten-page issue the fullest and latest particulars of the fearful Conemaugh valley disaster of any paper in Central Kansas. In the two-page supplement with this number will be found the complete Associated Press dispatches up to last evening, while on our second page is the earlier history of the deluge. This issue also contains a full de scription by telegraph of the unex ampled lynching of a murderer on the main street of Topeka in the full glare of the electric lights-an incident be yond parallel in Kansas. The Reflector takes especial pride in giving the readers of ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 6 June 1889

r; i J i; ! V- Kf MT" lift " - Eailway Time Tables. .u. P. B. E. GOZKO WEST. Ko.333 Night Express 3:30 a. m No. 201 Overland express 3:40 . ni No.217 Freight l:20p.m No. 211 Freight. 5:W a.m GOIKQ XA8T. No. 202 Overland Exprees ll:59a.m No. 204 Night Express 12:57a.m No. 218 Freight 10:00 a. m No. 212 Freight 7:30p.m A.. T. & S. F. K. R. Going North. Passenger -62 ft- 5. Freight! . -U:1 a-in Going South. Passenger. 57 P- -Freight 3M V- m. SALINA BRANCH. Going West. Passenger : ;SIUS Freight 11:15 a-ro Returning to Ahllene. Passenger - ?.' m Frelcht - 10:45 a.m. Passenger trains run dally. Freights dally dx- ceptSunaay. ROCK ISLAND R. R. Going West. Accommodation 10:18 a.m. Passenger. 0:02 p. m. Passenger.... 12:01 p.m. Going East. Passenger 9:48 -m Passenger 3:43p.m. lecommodation 5:27 p.m. Passenger trains run daily. Accommodations daily except Sunday. Have your prescriptions componnded at John M. Gleissner's Drug store, east side of Broadway, cor. 3d st. 39-J y feie Mtdox. THU...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 6 June 1889

( v, fl x. V ABILENE EEFLECTOB -runr.istiEn ur- Wmm PUBLISHING COMPANY, CURRENT COMMENT. t McGabjgle, the Chicago boodler, recently returned to Chicago and gave himself up, when he was fined $1,000 and costs. A report that the Assembly of Crete had voted in favor of the annex ation of the island to Greece is official ly denied. The German Emperor has offered a gold and silver ship as a prize to the Berlin Yacht Club and has promised to attend the regatta. The Cunard Steamship Company and the Oceanic Steam Navigation Company have secured the contracts to carry the outward mails from Great Britain. William O'Bkien, member of Par liament, who was recently released from an Irish prison, has gone to Nice to recuperate his health. A friend has placed a villa at his disposal. The late Count Tolstoi's proposed refnrsss have been finally elaborated and will be laid before the court of the empire with a view to their pro mulgation. The scheme will be tried in six of the Russian provinces. A f...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 6 June 1889

n" i tf .' ABILENE EEFLECTOB I'UnLISHKD BY- EEFLUfiTOR P0BUSHIH& COHPAUI TWO KINDS OF MEN. Sow yer garding on a hillside thet's slantin to tbc south, Tc'll raise such luscious garding sass, 'twill melt riRhtin yer mouth; ,An' cabbidgcs an' cowcumbers an' ev'ry kine er plant Jest hump thcirselves an grow like grass upon a southern slant. But take the tough ol' red oak tree, an' it will droop an blight, Unless it has the col' north wind to wrastle with an' tight; It stumps the rough northeaster, defies the wind an' rain, JVn' grips the bottom of the hills, an' fights the hurricane. Some men are jest like garding sass, lest like the cabbitlgc plant, They oa'y grow upon hills thet hev a southern slant; They grow, like pig weeds in July, and on'y live for fun, Jm" hoi" their mouths up toward the south, an' jet Sill up 'ith sun. An' some are like the tough red oak. all seamed 'ith many a scar. By fightin' storms thet smite the hills beneath the northern star; The whirlwinds teem to ma...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 6 June 1889

- R - , ; r r s- '- vtai I lire Mma THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1889. BECENT INFLECTIONS. Cherries at Nelson's. i-2Torth Spruce street is being re paired and newly turnpiked. Choice butter, 10 cents per pound at Case's. 29-3 -Hon. J.R. Burton will deliver the Fourth of July oration at Assaria this year. Mason's fruit jars, pints, quarts and one-half gallons, at Shane & Emig's. 41-4&26-1 JESTAnother good rain Saturday night and Sunday. Surely we are re ceiving our share of moisture this year. Choice syrup at Nelson's. 28-3&41-2 Mrs. Ceis is selling out hei entire stock of new millinery at actual cost. Call early and get some great bargains. This means business; you can save money by heeding it. 26-2&41-1 Nice sugar cured hams, breakfast bacon and dry salt bacon at Nelson's. t-Eev. F. M. Porch, T. E. Dewey andC. Eugh, of this place, are dele gates from the Kansas synod of the Lutheran church to the general con vention of that organization, which meets in Alleghany, Pa., June 12t...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 13 June 1889

--W. Abilene tfeekto Metfof. tf VOL. VI. ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, JUNE 13, 1889. NO. 42. y rv . $100,000-To Loan 8100,000. One hundred thousand dollars to loan at lowest rates on farm property. Fry, Boyeii & Co., M-tf Citizens 33ank building. Charity is taking the place of politics the country over. 8100,000 TO LOAN. We have $100,000 to loan on far jo and city property at the lowest rates. Loans closed promptly. No delay. Abilene Investment Co., Hear room First Nat. Bank 6 per ct. With a commission or EIGHT per cent Straight. Money paid w hen papers arc Signed ' HILANDSOUTHWORTH. Jay Gould subscribed $1,000 for the Johnstown sufferers. The newest pet name for pugilists is 'Knights of the Knuckle." The Grand Lodge I. O. O. F. of Kan sas, meets at Topeka, June 18-19. Abilene's Fourth of July celebration will out-do anything in Central Kansas. Five thousand people attended the Rodgers funeral in Topeka Thursday. The Lawrence Tribune heads a dis patch regarding the danger ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 13 June 1889

V if N i ABILENE REFLECTOB PUBLISHED BX- 8EFLP.CT0S PUBLISHING COMPAHL OUBBENT COMMENT. Two American travelers have been arrested at Tullamore, Ireland, be cause they carried a quantity of sus picious luggage. Suicides are becoming alarmingly frequent in Vienna, no less than forty . three cases of self murder having been reported for the last month. Late reports from Crete show that complete anarchy reigns on the island Murders and outrages of all kinds are of daily occurrence and go unpunished. The Postmaster-General has sent circulars to about 100 post-offices to get statistics of Sunday work -with a view to reducing such work if pos sible. The Pope has prohibited the cler ical newspapers from publishing the polemic of Giordano Bruno, the free thinker, who was put to death in the year 1600. Colonel J. C. Kelton has been appointed by the President Adjutant General of the army to succeed Gen eral Drum, retired. He was born in Pennsylvania in 1828 and is a graduate of West Point. Ekg...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 13 June 1889

V i T tf.s ABILENE HEFLECTOB -ruiiLisiiKD r- PT?" Oil LECTOR POBLISHING COMPANY PLANT A TREE. lie who plants a tree Plants a hope. Rootlets up through libers blindly grope; Leaves unfold into horizons free. So man's life must climb Frcm the clods of time Unto heavens sublime. Canst thou prophesy, thou little tree. "What the glory of thy boughs shall bet He who plants a tree Plants a joy: Plants a comfort that will never cloy. Every day a fresh reality. Beautiful and strong. To whose shelter throng Creatures blithe witl song. If thou couldst but knaw. thou happy tree, Of the bliss that shall inhabit ihee. He who plants a tree He plants p;ace. . Under its green curtain jargons cease, Leaf and zephyr murmur soothingly; Shadows soft with sleep Down tired eyelids creep Bnlmof slumber deep. Never hast thou dreamed, thou blessed trco Of the benediction thou shall be. He who plants a tree He plant? youth: Vigor won for centuries in sooth; , Life of time, that hints eternity! B juchs their s...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 13 June 1889

w Mam THUBSDAT, JUNE 13, 1889. ADVERTISING KATES. Gbc column ne-half column..... ne-faurth column., Ono-clphth column. One inch......... . lw lml 3m 18 835 13 SO 8 12 4 8 4 6ml ly 260135 a- m i 6 20 13 S 4 SUBSCHIPTION RATES. .8150 . nl.c ... o. PIA. UIUIUUO ................ Rirca months M Announcements. THIRD DISTRICT COMMISSIONER. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Commissioner of the Third dis trict, Dickinson county, subject to the de cision of the Republican county convention. RODGER DOIDGE. The Farmers' Alliance. On next Saturday, June loth, the fanners of Dickinson county :ire U make another attempt to foima per manent organization. There is a wide spread feeling that such an organiza tion will be both beneficial and enjoy able, and that Dickinson county should long ago have had its alliance. Ridge and Hope townships have formed per manent, societies and will send dele gates to the county meeting. The program for Saturday is not ex tensive. It aims to get ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 13 June 1889

f ye T y-r--. .--j. V P Kailway Time Tables. TJ.P.K.B. gorco weot. No.203 KIght Express 330 a. m No. 201 Overland express .3:40 V- m No.217 Freight 1:20 p.m No. 211 Freight........ ............. 5:00 a. m GOING KAbt. No. 202 Overland Express ll:59a.m No. 204 Night Express 12:57a.m No.KJ-Frelght 10:00 a. m NO. 212 Freight 7:30p.m A..T.S.F.B. Going North. R. TJ.o.r.- ca2 8.ni. Frehjhu - -11.10 a.m. Going South. Passenger 5 Freight - 3t0 P- m SAL1NA BRANCH. Going Weet. Passenger ;S Freight. 11:15 a. ra. Returning to Atollene. Passenger. ,?jXp" 5?" Freleht ...... lwua.'u. Passenger trains run dally. Freights dally ex- cept Sunday. BOCK ISLAND R. R. Going "West. Accommodation 10:18 a.m. Passenger. 0:02 p.m. Passenger 12:01 p.m. Going East. rasscnger ... . 9:48 a.m Passenger 3:Ip. in. iccommodaiion ...... 5-2. p. m Passenger trains Jnn daily. Accommodations daily except tMinday. llave your prescriptions compounded at John M. Gleissuer's Drug store, east side of Broadway, cor. 3d st. 39-1 ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 13 June 1889

LUlDTMASON. A. Thrilling and Romantic Story . f of the Late Civil "War. A t BY JOHN K. 3IUSICK, Acraon or "Brotheu agaixst BnoTHEn, "Hekes Lakehait." "Walter Bbowh- riELD," "BAKKEnor Bedfobd, A3D OTHZH STORIES. Copjrigkted, 1593. , . CHAPTER IV. COMTIKTTED. "I don't -want it," but the muzzle of her pistol' was lowered, and he came up quite close, and leaned on the gate post. "Go on, go on, you thievin' vagabond." "Young lady, I honor any person who de fends their principles. I would not call a Confederate a thief unless I knew ho was one." "But you have plenty of thrives in Lin coln's abolition army." "You speak too truly. There are thieves and plunderers fn our own little band. I was forced to knock one down and bayonet an other only yesterday to save the house of a Southern man from being burned. But I am not a thief." Her eyes drooped, while a faint flush swept over her pretty face. Taking this as a favorable sign Luke ron tinucd: "It is my determination to protect your home from...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 13 June 1889

V Y ?tf i SHERMAN'S DAILY LIFE. Angircr'nr; Letter And Katliifr Dinners Keep the Old Soldier Uusr. General William Tecumseh Sherman is kept as busy as a belle posting his social journal, acknowledging books, prints, hampers of game and cordials, and accepting as many of the cards of invitations as the all-too-short days will permit Every morn ing he is at breakfast by eight o'clock, looking as fresh and sweet as a new babe straight from the bath There are always two or three young ladies at the table, guests of the Misses Sherman, and the butler has a trick of serving the fruit, delicately browned omelets, sea food, rice cakes, rolls and coffee so as to squander at least an hour and a half of the morning for the old warrior, who dreads being alone or with his own thoughts. From the breakfast table he goes to the library, seats himself in a big prune-leather chair and with a toothpick between his lips and a fierce-looking miniature scimitar between his fingers, cute his way through a...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 13 June 1889

naMMaaaa Wu' r I? He Mtdw. THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 18S9. Cherries at Xelson's. jcThe Hope fair will be held during the last week in September. TThere is considerable able-bodied kicking going on over the valuations put on several merchant's stocks. Mason's fruit jars, pints, quarts and one-half gallons, at Shane & Emig's. 41-4&26-1 JSTMesmerism is the latest fad among the Abileneites. Plenty are willing to admit that "there must be something in it." Choice syrup at Nelson's. 28-3&41-2 JES-IIerington is to have a Fourth of July celebration under the auspices of the Odd Fellows' lodge of that place. The Quick Meal gasoline stove handled by Shockey & Snider for.four years has never failed to give satisfac tion. 31"tf JB-The Independent says that Green R. Lamb received a letter from Congressman Anderson last Friday evening, notifying him that his ap pointment as postmaster at Enterprise had been recommended, and would doubtless be made in a very short time. Nice sugar cured h...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 20 June 1889

Wnklv Meruit VOL. VI. ABILENE, DICKENSON COUNTY, KANSAS, JUNE 20, 1889. NO. 43. I f b- v 100,000 To loan $100,000. One hundred thousand dollars to loan at lowest rates on farm property. Fry, fioYEit & Co., 14-tf Citizens Bank building. $100,000 TO LOAN. We have $100,000 to loan on farj) and city property at the lowest rates. Loans closed promptly. No delay. Abilene Investment Co., Bear room First Nat. 3Jank 6 per ct. With a commtsr-ion or EIGHT per cent straight. Honey paid when papers arc signed H1LAMU faOUTH WORTH. B. C. CRANSTON, Attorney at Law Room 1 Over Palace Drug Store ABILENE, KANSAS. JACKSON & M1DDLET0N. Loans and Insurance AT LOWEST RATES. Negotiate Farm and Town Loans and write Fire and Tornado Insur ance in reliable companies. CALL AND SEE ITS. 306 North Third Street, - Abilene. Made for all lands and lots in Dickin son County, at Reasonable Rates. IIILAND SOUTinTORTII, Abilene, T. B. ROSS, Phys ician & Surgeon, Office Over Gleissner's Drug Store, Broadway ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 20 June 1889

i ii ) mm-mummmmmmmm ,LI ip ' v YX ' LUKE MASON. A Thrilling: and Romantio Story of the Late Civil "War. ur oonx it. musick, Acroon or "BnoTnEB against BBonrEB," "HELEN LAKEMAS." WALTER JJBOWH TIIXD," " BANKEtl OF BEDFORD," aud Other Stories. Copyrighted, 1339. CHAPTER VL COVrrSUED. On the morning after the conflict in the valley Luke, at the head of a dozen mount ed men, went up to a farm-house and de manded admittance. They were greeted by half a dozen loud-mouthed dogs, but, after .repeated pounding, the door was opened and a thin-visaged, sallow-complexioned woman glared at them from a pair of green ish, dark eyes. "What yer want?" she asked. "Breakfast," Luke answered. "Yer aberlition Yankees; an wush't I ma' die if ye git it here." "Oh, yes, we will," Luke answered, push ing the door open and forcing his way in. "Git out'n my house ur I'll scald yer eyes out!" "Save your hot water to make coffee," he retorted, with a smile, and, turning to his men, who had crowded in after him...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 20 June 1889

c""?' y Y y HISTORY AT A GLANCE. A. Table Sliowln- the Date of Important Events From 18Glto 1SG5. 186L Abraham Lincoln inaugurated, March 4. Fort Sumter fired upon, .April 12. Fort Sumter captured, April 14- First bloodshed in war, April 19. Battle of Big Bethel, Va., June 10. Battle of Bull Run. Va., July 21. General Lyon killed. August 10. Port Royal, S. C, taken November 7. Seizure of Mason and Siddell, No vember 8. 18G2. Fort Henry taken. February 7. Roanoke Island, N. C, taken Feb ruary 8. Fort Donelson, Tenn., taken Feb ruary 16. Battle of Pea Ridge, Ark., March 7. Battle of Monitor and Merrimac, March 9. General Albert S. Johnston killed. April 6. Battle of Shiloh, April 6, 7. Island No. 10 captured, April 7. New Orleans captured, April 7. Beaufort, N. C., captured, April 25. Yorktown, Va.. taken May 4. Norfolk, Va., surrendered, May 10. Corinth, Miss., taken May 30. Battle of Seven Pines, Va., May 31. Memphis, Tenn., surrendered, Juno 6. Seven days' battles, June 25 to July ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 20 June 1889

- -t f ije Mtftor. THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1889. ADVERTISING BATES. iy bu column - ne-half column. nc-fourth column.... nr-elirhth column. .. 0e Inch.... ?K5 20 12 8 4 ETTusnnrPTTOX HATES. 1 50 Btyear.... -.. gjj fcx months rg tkree mtnths A-rmnnncementB. THIIID DISTRICT COMMISSIOXEIU I hereby announce myself a candidate for tho office of Commissioner of the Third dis trict, Dickinson county, subject to the de cision of the Hepublican county convention. BODUEK DOIDGE. A Flattering Growth Xo paper ever published in Dickin son county lias achieved so general and unqualiDed a success as has the Re flector. Under its present manage ment it has not only retained its old list of subscribers but has added new names by the scores and the hun dreds every month, until its circulation in Dickinson county is not only larger than that of any other two papers com bined but it reaches out into nearly every state and territory, of the union. The Reflector is proud of its high Btauding because it has ear...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 20 June 1889

. k- rx' i V h f w w Eailway Time Tables. TT.P.R.B. Gonsa -man. No.203 Night Express No. 201 Overland express No.217 Freight No. 211 FrejgUC GOING EAST. No.202 Overland Express No. 201 NightExpresa ito.xus irreigns ...330 a. m , J:40j.m ...l:Sp.m ,. 5:00 a. m .. 11:59 a.m 12:57a.m .10:00 a. m No.212-Frelght 7:30p.m ,.....0A2 a. m. 11.10 a.m. A..T.&S.F.E.K. Golns North. Paseetiger . Frelciit. ....... ." GolnUSonth. Pasaenger. 57 p. m. Freight - 3:00 P-m- SALINA BRANCH. Going "West. Passenger -8.-00 a.m. Freight 11:15 a-m' Eetumlng to Abilene. Passenger fc5 p. m. Frelfiht 10:45 a. in. Passenger trains run dally. 1 rclgnts daily ex cept Sunday. ROCK ISLAND R. R. Going West. Accommodation...... 10:18 a.m. I'aenger. 0:02 p. no. Passenger 12:01 p.m. Going East. Passenger ...... 3:48 a. m Passenger 3:13p.m. Accommodation. ........... 5.in. m. Passenger trains run daily. Accommodations daily t-xceptJ Sunday. Have your prescriptions compounded at John M. Gleissner's Drug store, east side...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 20 June 1889

t . -c - " s . v ABILENE EEFLECTOE -PUBLISHED BY- DEFLECTOR PPBLISBM CQMPAK1 OUBBENT COMMENT. The Emperor of Germany has been advised by his physicians to make a trip to Norway for the benefit of his health. The Commissioner of Pensions has appointed his daughter, Miss Ada Tanner, to be his confidential secre tary in place of George B. Squires. Over ten thousand workmen on the Panama canal have been removed by their Governments and business is practically dead at Panama and Colon. TnE Comptroller of the Currency has declared a second dividend of ten .per cent, in favor of the creditors of the Fidelity National Bank of Cincin nati. Governor Hill, of New York, has signed the bill making it a misde meanor to keep what is known as a "bucket shop"' for betting and gam bling purposes. J. G. Melone, one of the oldest jus tices of Jefferson County, Ky., fell dead in a court room the other day while testifying in a case. The cause was heart disease. The first jury ever in a police court liqu...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 20 June 1889

V, v y 4 , .P . ABILENE ItEFLECTOR 1'UKI.ISIIED BY- bottom pnRusHffg Rflwpm. OF SUCH IS THE KINGDOM. O fold the little arias across The pulseless heart: Her ransomed soul has passed beyoafi Earth's busy mart; Has lilted high her wins of trust Beyond the sky; Naught ol her -with sluggish dust We know shall lie But that which sinks with earth away, And fades before us day by day. As bud from blossom, unto fruit. Grows doubly dear. Shall her sweet soul of infant grace Improve each year! Upon the brighter side of life 'Mid Go3's pare air. Surrounded by c Jlestial joys Her mother's care; Thy fair, frail flower will exnand, Transplanted to a fairer land. The light has faded from her sight To scenes of earth. But dawns again in glad surprise In happier birth. As brightest flowers of earthly life Beach for the sun. And bend beneath the pressing dew "When day is done; So shall thy pure immortal flower Bend to Thy Life 't the evening hour. O aching, lonely heart, forget Thy ceaseless lots: Th...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
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