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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 12 February 1885

y i V a. jr 4 R. F. RUSSEL & SONS, FIT COLLARS AND WARRANT THEM NOT TO GALL. SEE THEIR NEW SLIP TUG HARNESS. SOUTH SIDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. crExtra copies or the Reflectob can be found atSewell's Dook Store, at D'Huy's News ana Tobacco Stand and at this office. LOCAL AND OTHEBWIsiT Tom Armstrong is visiting at his old home in Hlinois. Mrs. Herbert Hodge is visiting friends in Topeka. The ground hog is receiving his justi fication. We are glad to state that 'Squire Bar ber is improving. Thermometer 21 degrees below zero Tuesday morning. Go to the Reflector office for first class job work and low prices. Dickinson county is doing well by the New Orleans Exposition. The Reflector makes regular visits every week to nearly 1600 families in Dickinson county. Advertisers, make a note of this. Hon. and Mrs. C. II. Lebold are re joicing over a new arrival at their home. The little stranger is a girl. Geo. Hall, of Solomon City, was ar rested last Monday for selling liquor contrary to law. ...

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. — 12 February 1885

. . J .. - ABILENE EEFLECTOB PUBLISHED EYEHr THUBSDAY BY STEOTHEE BEOS. OUBBENT COMMrTNT. , The' Bible has just been translated Into the Zulu language. Zinc Indians in front of are superseding those made of wood. cigar stores A Tlouidx man claims to have a rooster of the Shanghai persuasion that laid an egg last week. THE WOELD AT LAEGE. A Summary of the DaUy News. A stone knife of the aboriginal p& riod has been found, on a farm in tfnion County, Pennsylvania. The nearest approach to squaring a circle is a new augur lately .invented that bores a square hole. Eakticles of pure gold were brought cp recently by the sand pump of th.e Gantz well at Washington, Pa. British consumers saved $30,000,000 last year, the London Economist reck ons, bv the fall in the price of sugar. ;t " ' u The Porte has sent direct complaints J.o the English and Italian Governments against Italy's action on the Bed Sea coast' of Egypt. The heavy traffic between Paris and Vienna, which formerly went by Str...

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. — 12 February 1885

J A A ABILEBE fiEFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVEKY THDBSDAY BT STEOTfiEB BEOS. A VALENTINE. Wert thou iv Koman maiden And I tliy lover true. How could I, dear, most rightly Thy sweet affection woo? "Perchance 'twould he the simplest. The most successful ivay To take thee 'neath the inelloiv moon And murmur "Amo te." "Wert thou, my dear, a maiden from Krencc's sunny land. How should I then, thy lover. Seek favor from thy hand? How could I woo thee, dearone, How better could I frame The nrdent love I hear thee Than by whispering "Jefaime." "Wert thou a German maiden With deepest eyes of brown, I'd wi-h I were a Kin:?, dear, Ho thou could'fct -hare my crown. My heart would break, my dear one, And thou shouldst say ine nay, "Jch lith dish," I'd falter. E'en to my dyin-r day. Thou'rt none of these, my dearest; American thou'rt born; Thv eyes are blue as heaven, Thy hair like -olden corn. Thy hands are white and slender, And e'en the stars above thee Are not more true than T, dear heart, When solt ...

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. — 12 February 1885

f If .D.,T. and.N. D. I 1. lerry Bros, Mercantile Company's It" EDITED BY ; For every f5e Trorth of Cigars bought at D.T. i N DvreFKESENTyou Tvr.h.a ticket vrtilcn I entitles vou to one chance In D. D. HOKWADAY, County Supt 7 tvL ; d'huy's feb February, aMi,- ; B Teachers' examination & - 1 1885. Any school board deiinng to employ j .T,f onr.lipr fnr nSmin" term. SI VUUiLTClCUi' fctAw - i: . fnrrl Tiq tatiht four vears in tbiS.C4.umy : and has given go JOOU baiisiat"""- -i .: ; ' 1 How "Writing Should be Taught in Public Schools. In this age of tbo world it' is impor tant to all to write rapidly and K-gil'iv. What the great masses of to-day want, u a good, practicable, rapid bucd writing, something that can be rawned and put to use any time, a hand vrriui.u' which produces a neat, legible a:id grwx ful page, that which the business uiafl and all admire. The great and mos: "im portant thing is in knowing That sU-j tho teacher should lake to get .Le i -sired results in this branch...

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. — 19 February 1885

- rf kJ ' - ra THE ECTOR. VOL. 3. -AJBIL-ENTE, IDICIKIINBOISr COTJjSTT3r5 KjSTSS, FEB. 19, 1SS5. NO. 37. ' -? v Bs?I'h'I I E B S I H S 9 16 li J x IV fcft FT) TJ. P. RATT.ROAD TTTtTR TABLE. GOING "WZST. Hftrieton, (Chapman,)..-- 4:07 a. m. t 3:09 p. m. Detroit, 4:24 " t35l " ABILENE, 6:00 " 3:55 " Solomon, G:50 3:49 " GOI.VO EAST. Solomon, 11:50 " 1020 " ABILENE, :12:H p.m. 930 " Detroit, '12:32 " l(fc55 " Hazleton, 12:42 " 11:11 ' References ) stop on signal; (t) do not stop; (?) stop 17 minutes lor meals. Local freight trains cany passengers on per- mite or ctatlon agents. W.N. Hendricks Is agent atAbllene. DLUECTORY. STATE OFFICERS. Governor, John A. Martin. Licut.-Oov.. A. P. Riddle, fiec'y of State, E. K. Allen. Auditor of htate, E. P. McCabe. Treasurer, 5am"i T. Howe. Attorney-General, S. 15. Bradford, Sunt. Public Instruction, J. II. Lawhead. Chief Justice Supreme Court, A. II. Horton. . . t .. . o r, I D. M. Valentine. Associate Justices S. C, -J w, Johnson. UNITED STATES SE...

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. — 19 February 1885

'p-- -9 .1 ' Beset,. rv- -" " V , ij-Ai r- 7t - 4 - ,-v- -v -5 Cy"All communications tor tiiu papn should be accompanied by the ncme cf tho author; not necessarily for publication, but es on evidence of good faith on the part oJ tho writer. Write only on one side fi the p per. Be particularly careful in giving Damn vnd oates to have the letters and figure pUl sad distinct. "AS A BIRD." My cage is almost broken, and to me New friends have said it mcaneth liberty. Strange birds that iluttcred near the croak ing door , , . , Have said that mine were wings like theirs; They 6oar rhro' freshest Belds, thro' forests far; they flew JVhere beat the clouds against the broad deep blue. rbey would not captives be, e'en if they could, (Vithin a narrow cage of wire and wood. Poor cage! I cling to you in spite of alL am a timid bird, I am. so small. do not know of all those spaces vast, , Always my little cage has held me fast; And thro' its windows five I can but see This lower earth, so simply ...

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. — 19 February 1885

. i- fcr s; 4 THE ELECTORAL COUNT. An Jmpirtant Constitutional Question Sprung ly Senator Kdmuads. Washington February 11. The gal leries of Use House v.-ere not opened until 10:15 this morning and were soon crowded and tho steps utilized for resting places. That portion of the gallery reserved for families find friends of Senators and Representatives was occupied mainly by ladies, while the position given up to the ireneral public was almost ex clusively filled with gentlemen. The execu tive gallery was vacant and one diplomat sat in solitary state in the gallery reserved for the diplomatic corps. On motion of 3Ir. Keifer the Clerk of the House was Instructed to Inform the Senate that at twelve o'clock the House wonH be prepared to receive that body in conformity with the provisions of the concurrent reso lution relatiRZ to counting the Electoral vote-. At ? few moment before twelve the Speaker pro tern, requested the members to clear the irst two rows of srots for Senators. Jit pr...

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. — 19 February 1885

Jt? 1 T- -?- W i l5.V. VF-, - -,-.-.--'-. -j rS-s. pv jjc-a."- , tpi j- ir.. -A-.T- v-- v,-T!5- J- 1t I. I s. I? I Abilene Keflector. Thursday, Feb. 19, 1885. Jfc ETBOTHXB. S. K. STKOTHEB. STEOTHER BEOTHEES ZTdHor and Publishers. TVhatdotheresubmission republicans of this county think now about "set tling the prohibition question withm party lines?" Cleveland's cabinet seems to be continually falling in pieces. But it is i.nrfl tn know that GKOVEithas had nothing to do with the forming of it. The rtpfpjit of the sucar bill, which gave a bounty of more than one cent for every pound of sorghum sugar man ufactured in this State, was one good act which should be placed to the credit of the present Legislature. It is really amusing to note the amia ble complacency with which the Topeka CqpttaZ contemplates itself. "With what mild unpretentiousness does the Major dispose of every question of party policv which comes up for settlement ! The Major is the Achilles of not only the republican ...

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. — 19 February 1885

mt - . J Vf? i..r l- fc V It. F. RUSSEL & S02sS, FIT COLLARS AND WARRANT TILEM NOT TO GALL. SEE THEIR NEW SLIP TUG HARNESS. SOUTH SIDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. guam cr-Extra copies or the Reflector can be found atSewcll's Boot Store, at D'Huy's News and Tobacco Stand and at this office. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. "Freaks"' is 22 karate fine. Don'tfail to see "Xan, the good for nothing. ' The most laughable events of the season, Feb. 23d and 24th. Peter Dahlharamer, of Flora, was a Reflector caller yesterday. W. II. Doake was in Kansas City this week. The weather continues very cold and the oldest inhabitant is '-stumped." "V. P. Farrell has improved his res idence with a new porch. The pension claim of Mary E. Flem ing, of this county, has been allowed. If you are in arrears for the Refi.ec tok please pay up. Plowman's Comet Rand at Abbey school house, Feb. 24, Tennessee school house, Feb. 27. Such a company as Louise Sylves ter's is worthy of a crowded house, and they will have one, too. Ma...

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. — 19 February 1885

"i- u v t w mUM JREFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVEBY THURSDAY BY STROTHES BEOS. CURRENT COMMENT. The average charge for the passage of a ship through the Suez Canal is estimated at about 6,000. TnE bodies of three drunken men frozen stiff were found in a snow drift near Loomis, 111., recently, The three had been on a carouse, and had prob ably lost their way while traveling through the snow. Ox the 31st of last December the amount .due the 492,928 depositors in the Paris savings banks was S20.G20, 597, an increase pf 22,392 in the num ber of depositors and of $1,770,095 in the- amount held bv them. WniLE there are in China hundreds of thousands of professional native beggars, it is pointed out as a singular but significant fact that not in Califor nia or any of the Pacific States can there be found a Chinese beggar. At the Hague a young English lady nppearcd in a hat resembling those worn by the students, thereupon the intelligent people hustled her off to the police station, charging her wit...

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. — 19 February 1885

k r - ,- r - iv - J i AB1LEM REFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVEHT THURSDAY BY STROTHEE BROS. THE OLD ATTIC ROOM. T remember the dear old attic 1001a, i "Where I slept when a little boy, Ju the fnnn-houe over hts.de the hill, When life was si perfect jov. J remember the chairs so old and quaint. And the bed whereon I slept, And the chest of drawers beside the door, "Where the apples were always kept. 1 remember well how the early sun Through the window small would stray. And how the bird iu the treo outside Would warble his morning lay. And how my mother's "Time to get up! On my needle- car would fall. And the unpretentious print that huag So crookedly on the wall. I remember the ceiling, cracked and low, Where bunches of peppers hung. And trie old green curtain that wouldn't roll up. But in every wild breeze swung. I remember the barrels with stove-pipes filled, And various other things. And the memory of this dear old room Itemcmbrances also brings. Of the night T had of innocent rest: What 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. — 19 February 1885

- -,- "--rf "-'.' ( " u pa HHJCATIOBALCOLUM.D. T. and N. D EDITED BY D. D. HOBN ADAY, County Supt. Our present Legislature seem to be awake in the interest of our pub lic schools as they will make some decided changes in our school laws for the better. We are glad to note the fact that .parents are lending their presence at our institutes and to manifest a deep interest. This speaks well. Teachers can add variety to their advanced Reading Classes byelect ingsome choice articles from a news paper and cut it in as many pieces as you have pupils in your class and have them read it in its regular con nection. It awakens an interest that will have a magic effect. Trv it. "We say to school hoards if your teacher forgtlic past winter has prov ed himself competent in his work and has manifefted an interest, do not change for an uncertainty hut try and make arrangements whereby b may be with you in the fall. Too much changing of workmen in erect ing a structure is sometimes disas trous to yo...

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. — 5 March 1885

' : . , - i. . - ' -K - r "tT4-;-;J -i- " 3W - .; -ip . rt . k ,. ABILENE, DIOEZIISrSOlsr OOU2STTY, KANSAS, MAE. 5, 1885. no. ana "VOL. 3. r.sv - - , ' - T - "V ', T " t ," . "---.-' J.I . .. i"",Jv r. - . v " - miTy n r 11U y - h U.P.BAILBOADTIHETABIE. GOING VEST. Hazleton, (Chapman,).... 4:07 a. m. t 3:09 p. m. Detroit, 4SJ4 " t 3.-21 Abilene,. Solomon,. C:00 " 3-V. " 0:50 ' 3:19 " C0IK0 EAST. Solomon, 11:50 " 10:10 " ABILENE, J12:14 p.m. -0:50 " Detroit, 'lazi " '10-.M " llazleton, 12:42 " 11:11 ' References () stop on signal; (t) do not atop; i) stop l" minutes for meals. Local freight trains carry passengers on per mit or tatlon agents. W. X. Hendricks Is agent atAbllene. DIBECT0RY. STATE OITICEIiJ. Governor, John A. Martin. Lieut,-c;ov A. 1'. Kiddle. Sec'y of 5tate, K. R. Allen. Auditor of state, E. P. AlcCube. Treasurer, Sam'l T. Howe. Attorner-General, S. B. Bradford, fiupt. Public Instruction, J. H. Lawhead. Chief Justice Supreme Court. A. H. Ilortnn. Associate Justices S. ...

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. — 5 March 1885

MK'-y- ! -- Sfc- s'W-JS'S. "?P "?".-" "r "Ji5 'ST:1 V"5" sj r ' y-'' - - r.c." -- -- ? - - .- -' c ? ABILEME REFLECTOR PUBLISHED EVERY THUKSDAY BY BTEOTHER BROS. CTCTRBENT COMMENT. TnE citizens of Tacoma, "W. T., met recently and resolved to expel the Chi nese. It -was alleged that the latter were contrabands from British Colum bia. Colonel A. W. Davvxey, a claim agent said to be from Iowa, dropped dead of apoplexy in a Turkish bath es tablishment at Washington the other day. It was believed the Chinese Govern ment was about to declare American flourcontraband of war, in consequence of the action of France declaring rice contraband. Henry Biedeubeck, a surviver of the Greely Arctic expedition, was re ported preparing a lecture upon Arctic affairs. He is now twenty-five years old, yet a cripple for life from his ter rible sufferings. TnE 10,390 shares in the Montreal, Portland & Boston Railway, belonging to the estate of Bradley Barlow, par value one dollar per share, have been s...

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. — 5 March 1885

-.- - - r fc u AB1LEHE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED EVEBT THURSDAY BY STEOTflES BROS. NAN'S WHITE WORLD. At o::r wln.low on lhe hi'l. Sometimes talkiry. Foxnctitnc still, fatmy little r!rl and I. looking on the vintrv sky: While the breath of frosty n'r Swung- the tnnple iirown and hare. Anil acrcs the vsilley rolled All the in Mill vlit's wealth of gold, Touching with a wondrous glow Hill and valley chid in spow. Winter, two and -uimnrrs three, Wo a tinny could not li. '"o she wliiperfd there that nfght: What mnki all the world so white? Of the moonlights and the cold And the s-nowv world I told: Now the world perm' wh'te to you, 3ttlf Nnn iv itlj heart o true. And Hie rays of wonder throw Onlr glorv on the snotr. Tet, t-vond tlioe mountains tall Long l!nek shadows eastward fall. When my durl-iur He- n.hcp O'er the vortd those hiuIows creep. Soon cno Jgh the gold is lost In the shadow and t!io frost liut your father' :n divide Warmth within from cold outside. Long we can not hnyr-r -till At...

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. — 5 March 1885

'J "- -X f -v- -. t - "i - -S-3? it -rsi. J " i-r" i- 5 i' i Abilene Keflector. Thursday, Mar. 51 , 1885. x. ufreoniBn. S. K. ETBOTIIEB. STEOTHER BEOTHEES Editors and Tublishcrs. T " " The Reflector doesn't wish to nib this thing in, but it begs leave to in form its republican friends and readers that this is the first number of the pa per published with a democratic presi dent occupying the White IIousc. Grover Cleveland and Tiios. A. Hendricks -were successfully inaugur ated President and Vice-President of tho United States yesterday with the usual imposing ceremonies, which were witnessed by the largest crowd of peo ple ever gathered together at Washing ton to celebrate a civil event. The Reflector trusts that the balmy air and clear sky of the day may be typical of the fairness and justness of the ad ministration of President Cleveland. Logan's friends say if they can't elect him senator they will do their best to make him Alayor of Chicago. Captain Couch says that the Okla homa...

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. — 5 March 1885

"ivt rtf"-" '- sf"7j'7""i;i . t -ry r " v -; ' " i acsv if?--- -r j - v-"- O "IMpl --t &&&!. J ryi - jv V-- ' I i p r s A R. F. RUSSEL & SOXS, FIT COLLARS AXD WARRANT THEM NOT TO GALL. SEE TIIEIR NEW SLIP TUG HARNESS. SOUTH SIDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. WExtra. copies or the Reflector can be round atSewell's Book Store, at D'Huy's News and Tobacco Stand and at this office. LOCAL AM) OTHEEWISE. Register! Auditor Ilolzworth's alligator is thriving. County Attorney Ilunl spentMonday in Topeka. The mercury reached 70 degrees, summer heat, last Friday. Rev. Geo. "Worthington lias been con secrated JJishop of Nebraska. No part of a man's anatomy will stand so many blows as his nose. Ir. and Mrs. Charlie Hodge took Sunday noon's train for Kansas City. Mrs. J. .Tacoby, of Solomon City, was in the city Tuesday, calling on her friends. The "Cheerful "Workers" of the Episcopal Sunday School meet even- Saturday afternoon at the residence of Mrs. F. II. Boardman. They are work ing for a...

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. — 5 March 1885

E3T 'V'T ftTfv '-? -!" ;V!jS--,?B?T355-7-3;- 'ss?1 -4-"-4-!5'Ki'"'ir' 0PAn person who takes tae paper ren Urly from the post-office, whether directed u iSSStt iuo couru oare aociaea inni. reiuBimr h. acceut'. iruviuci uit; reiuuuv n ,i u:n take newspapers from, the post-office, or re- cacious or not I never learned. An moving- and leaving- them uncalled for, i mniaa facie evidence of ihtxbtioxxl tbabb. A CARBONIFEROUS CONCEIT. ttack, my lovo, in the irons of time. Ere man on earth did dwell" Tn the dreamy carboniferous clime, Perchance I loved thee well, The sclf-ame question I may have aslied 1 That now seteyour checks ukIoit. .' Vhcn we were saurians and basked 4 .-in the sunshine of Ions aso. vi ;$L'Le rich ;rreen ferns as a carpet spread $ jt the loot of stately trees. "A'hnt lazily rustled over hcwl In the languid tropical breeze. Thy knur our love, and witnessed the truth Of the turnintr word I told Ho you wh m the world was in its youth, In sunny days of old. JJi't the sunny ...

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. — 5 March 1885

' rf r 'v-- "i-J"' J-; -,?5. "?- ' S v- ,;5f' g.i . g.7rrr'?5'v " -r"VJ -"' ' U a X A FARM AND FIRESIDE. Horses that are not free drivers will require less urging if driven with a bri dle with blinds. Philadelphia Press. There never was a time when "trifles"' played so important a part in the matter of making the house beauti ful as now. X. Y. Mail. There is but one way to keep largo flocks of fowls, whether "young or old, and that is to separate them Into small lots, each lot to occupy a place by theni jlves. Troy Times. Give the poultry cabbage for green food. Give them warm water every morning. Feed them liberally all sorts of food. Keep the hoizse clean and warm then ou will get eggs. -A". Y. Herald. Orange Pudding: Two cups of bread crumbs, one cup of chopped suet, three eggs, juice of three oranges, one cup of milk; pour into cups greased with butter, boil in a deep pan and serve with sauce. The Jlouseliold. The fact that our droughts occur much oftener late in the season than...

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. — 5 March 1885

fv-r- Vv B! s.ap-'J-'5 SJVC" -K&i, - --s--v . vTV 'jci T Sa?---" -y- . 3 E-v" 1 3 I !' 3L ' 1 HICATI0BA1C0LUIB. EDITED BY IK D. lOBSTADAYCounty Supt Teachers Institute at "Woodbine, Saturday, March 7th. There -were twenty-one applicants for certificates at the examination Saturday. Eight passed for second grade, five for third and eight failed. The first semi-annual dividend of State school fund is apportioned, -amounting to 35c per pupil, payable at the county treasurer's office on and after March 9th, 1885. - - A bill to authorize school districts in any county in the state to adopt a uniform series of text books and to contract for and purchase the same, has passed the Senate and is being debated in the House. A bill has been introduced to change time of annual school meet ing from August to third Thursday of June. Also provides that the polls'shall be kept open from two till four p.m.; that the names of vo ters shall be recorded by the cleric .of the meeting; the votes to be...

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