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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 11 July 1889

Bailway Time Tables. U.P.R.B. aotsa ttest. No.203 Night Express No. 201 Overland express Ko.217 Freight Ho. 211 Freight....... GOING XAST. Ko. 202 Overland Kxpreas No. 20 I Nizlit Express No.21R Freight...... ICO. 512 Freight ..3:40 1. 11 ..l-ZOp.nt 5:00 a. m ..11:59 a. m .li'ij7a. m 10:00 a. m .. 7:30 p. m A.. T. S. F. R. R. Golns North. Paseenger Freight. ........... 6:52 a. m. .J1.10 a.m. GolnjrSonth. Puienger.. Freight.... 9:57 p. m. . 30 p. m. SAUNA BRANCH. Going "West. PMsenger. Freight.... .8.-O0 a. m. . 11:15 a. m. RetnrnlDg to Abilene. .95 p. m. luziisum. PMcenger.- - Freight - PaMengcr trains run dally. Freights dally cx- cept Sunday. HOCK ISLAND R. R. Going West. Accommodation........-.... P&sitenger. Passenger Going East. Passenger Passenger .10:18a.m. 6:02 p. m. .12:01 p. m. ... 9:48 a. m . 3:43 p.m. Accommodation... 5rTp. m ftZirer trains ran daily. Accommodations daily except Snnday. Ijjc lejlecfor. THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1SS0. EECENT REFLECTIONS. The dnyh are gliding...

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. — 11 July 1889

y A- GREAT A, Will soon remove into the three buildings just north of their present location. The architect has prepared the plans for the remod eling of these buildings into a mammoth store building that would be a qredit to any city four times as large as Abilene. The con tractors are now figuring on this immense piece of work and will soon cmmnfcnce the remodeling. We don't want to move a dollar's worth of our present stock into our new store, but we want to start with a mammoth stock of new goods. We will make strenuous efforts to close out our stock. D o urmg We will offer every dollar's worth of our immense stock of Dry at a positive reduction. Stacks and Stacks of goods will be Sfe Thousands of dollars' worth of goods will be unmercifully slaughtered. EVEEYTHING GOES. Remember, the regular price will not be asked for a single article in the store, but everything throughout the house will be sold at a positive reduction. To give you an idea of how we are going to sell things, ...

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. — 11 July 1889

Trl. LUKE MASON. A. Thrilling and Bomantic Story of the Lato Civil "War. BY JOHN K. MUSICK, Athtiob or "BnoTHEit agaisst BnorrHEn,' HBiEN lakkmas." Waiter Bkowk- riELD," " Banker or EEDroao," AND OTHSR STORIES. Copyrighted, 1333. CHAPTER XL IXVE TRIUMPHANT. For a moment the quartette stood dumb and stupefied with amazement. At a glance Lillic Nen recognized her lover. She tried to speak, to move, but tongue and limbs seemed paralyzed, and she could only stare in speechless amazement. Albert Neff need not have been astonished at meeting the friend of his boyhood here, for he knew he was in Grant's "division ; so might Luke ex pect to meet Albert, but the presence of Lillie. whom he supposed to be safe in her Missouri home, filled him with astonish ment. Elsie Morgan recognized him as the brave TJnion soldier who had saved her house when the recruits would have burned it. Luke, comprehending the situation, bolt ed the door which he had closed on discover ing .vho the occupants of the ...

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. — 11 July 1889

; j f c 300DL.fi IN -ROLITICS. 'Xcplte Democratic Lie the Republican Farty 1 StUI the Partj of-Progress. Coming' on the heels of the election cf that multi-millionaire railroad man, Calvin S. Brice, as the chairman of the Democratic .National Commit tee, this statement of the political sit aation by the New York World is amusinpr: The Republican party has passed completely under control of the money power. It is the mission of tht Democratic party to oppose anft In the name of the people to conquer the old enemy of liberty in Its neir form. Just what the "money power" is we &o cot know; nor do we care, particu larly. There are many millionaires In public life. They are prominent in the Cabinet, the Congress and the councils of both the great parties. Some have risen by reason of brains nnfl p.v.f-rfrv. ivhilft Others niro thir elevation to the sheer force of boodle ; t51' insPiteof the Democratic charge mechanically applied. i th.at trusts only Srow in tanff coun- We prefer to j...

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. — 11 July 1889

rjr,giw.yaaaMEggyaBa rrrt-&ysstttTy ti.-MMf-hj: ... -V A. - f"2 f fje JleJMor. HSSSSSSSKKESSSEg f lE3E2S5S3 THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1889. E3Z333J SSiSSSES UNCLE SAM'S DAY, - Hi I I i B I I B I HBBKaU mr3it!tfiy,gre:3,'-'a5a7:;aaBa i gib I R n m nil t i imm n ' ii A-)AjAJ U VyJLJLX1 "sy.'-J y?!vziy e.A' Mjfc'TSfey Successful and Appropriate Celebrations. SOLOMON'S PIffE EXERCISES. How the Independence Day Was Spent by the Cities of Dickinson County Herington, Enterprise and Chapman Are Not lacking in Patri otism Abilene's Fire Department Wins Prizes in Abundance. Solcmcn leads the Procession Our sister zity, Solomon, more than redeemed all promises made in her glowing advance announcements yes terday. She not only eclipsed every other town in central Kansas in the excellence of her celebration but out did anything in that line seen in the county for several years. Abilene's citizens patronized the celebration lib erally. Hundreds of teams wended their way westward and the Santa Fe mor...

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. — 18 July 1889

A ITf bilmt "i. VOL. VI. ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, JULY 18, 1889. NO. 46. wttkfa V J 8100,000-To loan 8100,000 One hundred thousand dollars to loan at lowest rates on farm property. 3Tky, Royeh & Co., 14-tf Citizens Bank building. i t T- 61 si S S V UUIWI $100,000 TO LOAN. Wo have S100,000 to loan on farj) and city property at the lowest rates. Loans closed promptly. Xo delay. Abilene Investment Co., Hear room First Nat. 15ank OFFICIAL PAPER cf lis CITT and COUHTT The constitution of Dakota should include a stringent prohibitory amend ment regarding blizzards. & J&vsstia W ba Ahilene is a cold water town but wants it pure and will have it so when Sand Springs furnishps the supply. Auilene's title, "the Lexington of the west," will be more Qrmly fixed than ever this year. The indications are that several state records will be lowered at the August meeting. With a commission or EIGHT per cent straight. Money paid when paper arc signed HILAND bOUTHWORTH. B. C. CRAN...

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. — 18 July 1889

SEL: mil inwiiin3,iMiijBi.Mi mi UE MASON. Thrilling and Eoraantic Story of the Late Civil "War. BY JOHN R. 3ITJSICK, ATTTHOB OF "BROTHEE AGAINST BOOTHTB," "HELEN LAKEMAK." "VVALTEB BBOWS- rtELD," " Banker op Bedtobd," and Otheb Stories. Copyrighted, 1SS3. CHAPTEE XIII. AT PITTSBURG LANDING. When. Luke found himself a prisoner of the Tennessee brigands he fully expected that his last moment had come. Had his captors been regular Confederates, his life would have been safe, but he knew that these partisan warriors, no better than brigands, with their primary objects blood and plunder, set all military law at de fiance, and seldom or never spared a pris oner. The captive was resigned to his fate, however. He had catered the army fully realizing the dangers which attended such a life, and taken his chances; now that fate had formed the decree against him he had determinedto murmur not 'Well, Yank," bawled a great, blustering fellow, coming up to where the prisoner sat, " WELL, TASK, TOU...

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. — 18 July 1889

T TflJS BEAVENLY HOME. The Joy of the Bedeemed Pictured By Dr. Talmage. The Eternal Jfaniton In TThlCh There i Jloom For All The Splendor of th -Great Homestead "Where the It- deemed "Will 3IeeU In a recent sermon Hev. T. DeWitt Tal mage "took for his subject, "Oar House on "the Hills " His text was from John xrv. -2: ''Jn my Father's house are many rooms." He said: Here 'is a bottle of medicine that is a cure-alL The disciples were sad and Christ offere 1 Heaven as an alternative, a stimulant and a tonic. He shows them that their sorrows are only a dark back ground of a bright picture of coining feli city. He leis them know that though now tbey live on the lowlands they shall yet have a house on the uplands. Nearly all of the Bible descriptions of Heaven may be figurative. I am not positive that in all Heaven there is a literal crown or harp or pearly gate or throne or chariot. They may be only used to illustrate the glories of the place, but how well they do it! The favorite symbo...

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. — 18 July 1889

i mji m. i H ie leWor. THURSDAY, JULY 18, 18S9. OIFICIAL PAPER of the CWT an CQUHTT Tic Reflector r333aECT02S3, .iniiN. l.tt'OPER. O.L. MOORE. RICHARD WAKING. C.M.HARGER, A. W. KICK, 15. F. NELSON. JOHN J. COOPER,-.. I. I.. MOORE '""""""'"vice President I ..Secretary ProBfrlftnl RICHARD WARING,. A W. BICE,... ....Treasurer Richam Waiuno. Business Manager. ADVERTISING RATES. oui ' lys f i:k One column One-half column One-foil rtti column. One-eighth column. Oac inch...... ;t"i 201 '5! SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year - Bit months Three months .. .54 50 . a) Republican Central Committee. The Republican County Central Committee will meet at the office of the County Superintendent of Public Instruction in the city of Abilene, on Saturday, July 27th, 1889, at 2 o'clock p.m., for the purpose, among other things, of determining the time and place of holding the Republican County Convention. The candidates for the various offices are requested to meet with the committee. J. J. Cooper, Chairman....

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. — 18 July 1889

' J i Railway Time Tables. U.P.B.B. oonta wist. No.203 Kigbt Express 3:30 a. m No. 201 Overland express 8:) ? w No.217-Freight J1??-"? NO. 211 Freight. 5:00 a. m OOIXO EAST. . . m No.202 Overland Express "i1?.?11- Ko. SOS-Sight Express -M7 .m No.21B-Frelirht ll:'n KQ.21S-Frelglit :30p.ra A.. T. S. F. R. R. Going o:th. Passenger -g Freight -li.io a.m. Coins; South. Pascengcr. SiJ"? Freight - 3- P' m- SALIXA BRANCH. Going West. Paj8enircr Freight 11.15 a. m. Returning to Abilene. Passenger - P- m Frelht 10:4 a. m. Passenger trains ran dally. Freights dally ex cept Sunday. . ROCK ISLAND R. R. Going West. Accommodation 10:18 a . m. passenger ,5:rE Passenger 12:01 p. m. Going Eaht. Passenger - .yim Passenger R.- 1U Accommodation ...... 5'-'I'-m- Fassenger trains run daily. Accommodations daily except isunaay Have your prescriptions compounded at John M. Gleissner's Drug store, east side of Broadway, cor. 3d st. 39-1 y iije Medor. THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1889. ANNOUNCEMENTS THIUIl WSTIUCT COMM...

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. — 18 July 1889

CO-Sis ABILENE BEFLECIOB -rrxcxisiiEn Br WWM POBLISHM commix CURRENT COMMENT. A NX5T of counterfeiters, doing bus iness in Juarez, Mexico, has been broken un. Judge Tynek. Assistant Attorney General for the Post-office Department, was reported seriously ill with liver trouble. Parnell announces that he has de cided to form a tenants' defense league, for the purpose of opposing the Irish landlord syndicate. The St. Louis & Chicago railroad trill be sold at master's sale in Spring field 111.. September 5, under orders of the United States court. The five members of the "Pentecost band" of Tuscola, 111., have been arrested for holding boisterous meet ings. They are supposed to be Mor mons. The grain elevator men of Minne apolis, Minn;, are exceedingly angry because the city assessor has assessed the 8,000.000 bushels of wheat in the elevators. As the result of an investigation of the post-office at New Haven. Conn., Henry M. Cummings, a carrier, was arrested charged with soliciting...

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. — 18 July 1889

V f J 1 .r ABILENE KEFLECTOB -PCBLISHED BT- BEFLGTOB PUBLISHING MOT. POLLY-PODS. Out in my fll of clover which ria sarin' far the ecd, Amongst the brown heads standi', is that 3Tvk'- ?rd, gawky ire' d. An' I laf, altho' I oughtn't, when I see itgrowin" there A-crowdin' out the clover, hie e s ir it orasd a share Or the modder and its profits an was wclcoce 03 could be. An' it Jmowed I'd leave it peaceful to nod 'a' gnn at me. It's like a strappin' toboy. with its runners all left out An useful jes' far nothia' 'n' haa some jes' fer stout; But I leave it there a begjar only that it drinks tbebsst Of the dew aDl eats the vittais that should go 10 feed the rest. I hain't the heart to hurt it. fer the "Polly" of its name Keeps it tender in my feelia's; fer my gal had jes' the &ame. I see her in the medder like es sh.9 was ia them days 'Fore the anpels coaxed her frumme an they musthed wmnln ways; For I know my Polly loved me, an' nothia' here below Conld hev made her leave me cryin,...

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. — 18 July 1889

W$t JUJledra. THUBSDAY, JULY 18, 1889. EECEHT EEFLSCTIOHS. When the air is hot as u furnace fire. And the pores of the universe prcsplrc, And baked and parched and all unstarched The tribe of men are as coals in a pyre. When the world all wilted lies uncomfort able, inert Then, then the truly wise wears his llannel Ehirt. iSTGrapes are in the market; cholera morbus may be expected in a day or two. JCSrWork on Enterprise's water works system is being pushed forward rapidly. fSTCol. M. It. Moser. of Ilerington, had a fine trotting mate ki'led by light ning on Monday. ST(t. 31- Lamb now lias the post mastership at Enterprise for sure and will soon take possession. JGt3Judge Teck issued a marriage license to Theo. lirockmeir, of Ilering ton, and Bertha Pigorsh, of Hope. r&"A Salina workman has joined the Salvation Army and gone off with the girls, leaving his family heart-broken. jCSrTlie state record on three-year-old trotting will be broken at Abilene next month if a prize of $300...

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. — 25 July 1889

l W VOL. VI. ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, JULY 25, 1889. NO. 47. , if V. ,vA"- S100,000-To loan 3100,000. One hundred thousand dollars to loan at lowest rates on farm property. Fry, Royer & 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., Roar room First Snt. Rank With, a commission or EIGnT per cent straight. Money paid when papen: are signed HILANU SOUTHWOrtTH. B. G. CRANSTON, Attorney at Law Room 1 Over Palace Drug Store. ABILENE, KANSAS. Made for all lands and lots in Dickin son County, at Seasonable RateB. IIILAND SOUTH WORTH, Abilene, T. B. ROSS, hysician & Surgeon Office Over Gleissner's Drug Store, Broadway and Third Streets. "Culls left at Drug Store will be promptly answered. Residence, 518 Unckeye Avenue. Telephone onncction. Poll Evil Cured! M After live years of practical experience, I nm nhlc to guanintee to euro Poll Evil...

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. — 25 July 1889

j A Thrilling and Romantic Story of the Late Civil "War. by joroe k. arusicK, iCTHOK OF "BnOTHEB AGAIXST BBOTHEB,1 "HELEN LAKEMAN," WALTER BKOWS- riSLD," "BASfKEHOF Bedford," AXD OTHEE STORIES. Copyrighted, 1SSX CHAPTER XIV'. CONTINUED. Luke spurred his horse forward, and had just come in sight of a garden fence, when there came a crash, and over and through the rotten pickets plunged three horsemen in pray uniforms. Colonel Mason was only a f w rods from them, and iired a revolver as they d:sappeared into a thicket. " Fire ! don't let them escape," he shouted, spurring his horse in the thicket after the fleeing men. Twenty muskets belched forth their deadly contents into the wood. The bullets shattered the trees, cut oft the leaves in showers, but the three Confed erates still thundered ahead, evidently un harmed. In his eagerness to capture them, Colonel 3Iason never stopped to consider that he was only one man on horseback, the remain der of his staff being in another place. An o...

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. — 25 July 1889

i y if y FOUGHT TO A FINISH. A.n iceH.imiy Ludicrous KpUo.ie of the isaitic of Due Mirinrs. juc .-prints. The advance of Price's and McCul loch"s army, commanded by General Kains and consisting of Craven's I'egi nent of Missouri Cavalry and an inde pendent company of Arkansas troops commanded by General Keif, camped at McCulloch's store, in Christian County, August 1, 1SG1. The main army was on Crane creek, some ten miles in the rear. The morning of the 2d day of August Rains1 scouts reported a Union force advancing from the direction of Spring field, 3Io- Kains supposed it was a scouting party sent out by General Lyon to watch the movements ol the Southern forces. He therefore deter mined to move out his command and attack at once. On reaching a place called Dug Springs he found the Union troops drawn up in the timber on the opposite side of a small prairie or opening which separated the -two forces. Bains was ad"ed by Colonel Mc intosh of General McCulloch's staff, an old army ofl...

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. — 25 July 1889

a 4s tefutdor. p THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1SS9. OPRCIAL FAP2S of Ui3 CITY aa COURT' The Eelector MlisMi Company. JOHN J. COOPER. O. L. MOORE RICHARD WARING. A. W. RICE, C. M. HAKGER, B. F. NELSON. JOHN J. COOPER, p,re!'iJ 0. !.. MOORE. Vice President RICHARD WARING,. Secretary A. W. RICE ..Treasurer Richakd Warino. Business Manager. ADVERTISING RATES. lv m ,3m urn . lys Onecolumn One-half column. One-fourth column One-cifhth column One inch & 8131 5J5 Sooiia'i 35, 20 sy 12 12' 2 12 3 I 1 t 4 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year - Six months Three mouths n so 30 Fresh From the Wires. The Reflector is in receipt of many eompliments on its new feature the Thursday morning telegraphic news summary. "We are glad to say that this service will be made a per manent one and the Weekly Reflec tor will continue to give later news than any of its contemporaries. T.jisr. wprIv- was a eood illustration of this new feature's working. The Re flector was the only paper in the county to tell of the great strik...

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. — 25 July 1889

V V Eailway Time Tables. u. P. R. B, oon0'wxsT. No.203 Night Express- 330 a. m No. 2C1 Overland cxprfe 3: J" p. m No.217-Freisbt l:ap.n: No. 211 Freight. 5:W a. in OOIMJ EAST. No.202-Overlandiixpre-o 11:59 a. m No. 201 Night Expres3 !- iso.'-a treigcc ivw""1 No. 212 Freight 7 :30 p. m A..T.SS.F.K. R. Going North. Pas:iiircr ...... ..C:52 a.m. FreLjhu..'.. -11:l a-m- Golnr South. Paseengor. ... .......... 9i57 p. m. Freight . - uaiOp. m. SALINA BRANCH. Going "West. Passenger -. ...8:00 a.ni. Freight .....11:15 a.m. Returning to Afcllene. Passenger. - 0:r5 p. m, Freight - 10:45 a. m. Passenger trains ran dally. Freights dally ex cept Sunday. ROCK ISLAND E. R. Going Weet. Accommodation.... 10:18 a.m. Passenger. c:02p.in. Passenger 12:01p.m. Going East. Passenger 9:48 a. m Passenger 3:4ap. m. Accommodation ... 5 . p. m. Passenger trains run daily. Accommodations daily except Sunday Have your prescriptions componnded at John M. Gleissner's Drug store, east side of JJroadway, cor. 3d st. ...

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. — 25 July 1889

1 ?3 V 'i .'li'i TABJELEJfE PifiFLECTOE 7 I P -PCTBLISHKD BI- EFxFLECTOft PUBLISHING COMPANY. CURRENT COMMENT. The venerable Xelson Dewey, the first Governor of Wisconsin, was re ported lying- at the point of death at a-his home in Cassville. 21' SI 9 James Beggs, a well known me chanical engineer of Xew York, com mitted suicide recently. He showed symptoms of insanity. i Dubuque, Iowa, was recently in vaded by Ewarras of ".Mormon" or Band flies. The insects had possession ' of the town for several days. Judge Gaudexshike, of the circuit co'drt'at "Lafayette. Tenn., has charged the grand jury that a man is indicta ble for talking infidelity in public. C. P. Huntington and the directors of the Brazil Mail Steamship Company ,t.,have filed at Xew York a certificate etat.'ng that the $1,000,000 of stock is ! fully paid. TnE Chicago Uoard of Trade has adopted t resolution declaring against tha recent decision of the court, but resolving to restore the market quota tions withdrawn May 31....

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. — 25 July 1889

i r ABILENE REFLECTOB PUBLISHED BT- BEFLP.CTOB PUBLISHING COHPAHL DREAM SHIPS. Lightly as over meadow grass The birds and clouds i shadow past. So nightly over Dream-land sea My bonny ships sail merrily. As, slowly rounding into view Above the azure rim of night. From ports of Slumber earthward blown, Down the lon reaches of the blue They sail into the mellow Ugh: Of moon and star. From ports of Slumber earthwarJ blown, From isles of Nicht in seas unknown. From charmed bays end fairy shores. Galley and Barge of antique mould Dropping at eve with noiseless oara. Stately Galleons, triple-decked. "With yellow ingots in the hold. And many a graceful Brigantine. With slender spars of mountain p;ne. And sails of whitest moonbeams wrought. Light as the bannered gossamer That trails upon the autumn breeze From brown October's russet trees. A bow-shot from the moonlit sward. In deep sea-meadows, blossom-starred. My bonny ihirs at anchor swing. O manners, what do ye bring? Pearls from the mer...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
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