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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 12 March 1885

';T v-"??---- yw- ""- '""2?- i 'h V . t - T- v-j- -&-- """- l -s r -. . ! -l - J, ". y " '-5-" 5 , V r . r . ' -a f n i i n i w m I In I i I 1 -a. ABILENE, DIOKHSTSOiSr COUNTY, KAJSTS-A-S, MAE. IS, 1885. NO. 3(X "VOX.. 2. - -i3.-..--s-?-. ?i V v f"" -C, A "IT W H j P ""? W 4 ill I i n J i Si j ii i ii J 11 i i i JLJ 1 1. B fc Li a E'J a V r r u A L X U. ?. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. GOING "WEST. nazleton, (Chapman,). 4:07 a. in. t 3.-C9 p. m. Detroit, ' 121 t35l 'J A BILE? E OIUU ) Solomon, 0:50 ' 3:49 " GOING EAST. Solomon 11:50 " 10.-10 " Abilene, 412:14 p.m. 950 " Detroit, ...'12:32 " 1055 " Hazleton, 12:42 " 11:11 Kefeuences () stop on slenal; (t) do net Stop; (:) htop 17 minute- lor meals. Local iretelit trains carry passengers on per mits of station agents. W. . Hendricks Is agent atAbllene. DIRECTORY. STATE OFFICEKR. Governor, John A. Martin. LieuL-Gov.. A. 1'. IUddle. Sec'y or State, E. IL Allen. Auditor of fatate, E. I'. McCabc. Treasurer, Sam'l T. Howe. Attornev-General, 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. — 12 March 1885

'"" 'l"f?i-2-i' f- ' rKS iVr " xz-sv --'- I : -V . ABILENE REFLECTOK PUBLISHED ETEBY THUESDAT BY BTEOTHEE BROS. THE WOELD AT LAEG-E. Smrrmaxy of the Daily News. CONGRESSIOKAL. In the Senate on March 2 a communica tion was received from the Secretary of the "Interior in response to an Inquiry from the Senate calling for copies of certain reports of Inspectors of the Land-office, which re ports, it was stated, exposed great land frauds In NewJIcxfco involving the integrity of the Register or the Land-office in Santa Fe, and persons in still higher places. The Sundry Civil bill was reported and immediately taken up for consideration, and the whole day devoted to the bill. An amendment was made UDoronriatinir 150.000 for a nubile build ing-at Fort Scott, Kan., and after midnight the bill was read a third time and passed. A conference reiort on the Indian Appropria tion bill was submitted. ...In the House Mr.KandalL from the Committee on Appropri ations, reported back the Naval Appropria...

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. — 12 March 1885

$ vO! ???JrV ' TC rV;"?'-',-j - - - -kjt r-i ru je " ,-.Atg;"" in,. JtJC.-J ,; jl , w r . K A- THE ADJIINISTEATION. Composition of President land's Cabinet. Cleve- "Bricf Biographical Sketchr of the Grntle men "Whom President Cleveland Has Placed at the Heads of the De partments. The following cabinet has been chosen by President Cleveland: Secretary of State Thomas F, of Delaware. Eayard, Secretary of the Treasury Daniel Man ning, of 2iTew York. Secretary of the Interior L. Q. C. La mar, of Mississippi. Secretary of H'ar V.. C. Endicott, of Massachusetts. Secretary of the Xaty William C. Whitney, of Sew York. Po.-tmaster-GenerulVr. F. Yilas, of Wisconsin. Attorney-General Augustus II. Garland, of Arkansas. We present the following brief sketch of the gentlemen selected by the President as .his constitutional advisers : D.::inL .t. makxixo. Mr. Manning, the appointee for Secretary of the Trwsury, was lorn in Albany in JJ--5I. His father died a, few years alter his birth, leaving his...

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. — 12 March 1885

' - ' JHSV-. 7K?icVf"-Ca' "" "s-"Hv3'y' ,- -j" ,r ' s- gp -rf 3 - ' 4 r ,-i F le Abilene Keflectok. Thursday, Mar. 12, 1885. B. XuSTBOTIIEn. S. K. STHOTHXB. STEOTKER BEOTEEES Editors and I'ubUslicr. Contents of Inside Pages. Sgf Extended account of the Inaugu ral Ceremonies. JEST Cleveland's Inaugural Address. jgST Illustrated Biographical Sketches of Members of the Cabinet. j Full text of the new Temperance Law. - L ,, S3T Kansas Pacific Quo 'i arranto 1 ro- ceedings. J5 General and State Xews. ESF- Farm and Fireside. Interesting Misceiianey. President Cleveland refers all of fice seekers to the heads of the various departments. A wise and commenda ble move. The Kansas City Journal finds fault with Cleveland's cabinet because it is democratic. "What else did the Jour nal expect? Didn't Cleveland pledge himself to reform and good ment? govem- The Reflector is patiently waiting for the pumpkin editor of the Gazette to prove that a reduction of freight on Kansas wheat would not benefi...

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. — 12 March 1885

-f "d er,' -'--- ftt 5c --- - r o- f o r rvc PA - R. F. RUSSEL & SONS, FIT COLLARS AND WARRANT TIIEM NOT TO GALL. SEE THEIR NEW SLIP TUG HARNESS. SOUTH SIDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. Or"Extra copies ol the keflectou can be round atSewell's Book Store, at D'Huy's News and Tobacco Stand and at this office. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. Jolly Pathfinders. The Italian part of our climate seems to have returned to stay. The Jolly Pathfinders, March 17th, Boaebrake's Opera House. A. E. Bishop od J. B. Case will go East this week for new goods. The Jolly Pathfinders comprise 2(5 people. Don't fail to see them. J. J. Iluitt, of Solomon City, gave the Beflectou a cash call last Saturday. The county commissioners meet next Monday to let the poor farm contracts. Mr. Hobbs, sr., and Mrs. F. L. Parker visited Kansas City the first of the week. Services in St. John's Episcopal church next Sunday morning and even ing. T ieLeg -"attire of ibis State has ad journal, but no railroad legislation was accomplished. ...

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 March 1885

i -Nl " - s v .,..- -v jy' ", - i GROWR CLEVELAND. 'The Ceremonies Attending' the In auguration of the New President at "Washington. The Procession to the Capitol Sena tor Edmunds' Besignation Speech in the Senate. "The Oath Administered by the Chief Jus tice Cleveland's Inaugural Address Usabilities Present. Kevlew or the Immense I'rocegaion Fully 25,000 Men In Line Scenes and Inci dents ryrotechnlo Display. Washington, March 4. Long before the hour set for Vie movement of the pro cession the music of hundreds of bands heading organizations seeking their posts blended in one confused roar. Everywhere the shrill note of the fifer and of the kettle drum was heard. By ten o'clock the en tire population of the city seemed to have deserted its home and occupied the streets along the line of marcli. The crowd was unprecedented even in this city accustomed to receiving the outpouring of the Nation's population. Men, women and children pushed and elbowed in the vast throng, yet it was a go...

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 March 1885

r r i"m tr N" - & , ," - B" '? j f IA-I R' a U FARM AND FIRESIDE. -"Blood on yonng trees is said to keep rabits from barking them. The noon meal for working horses should be principally grain. It can be quickly eaten, and will not disturb the stomach. Troy Times. It is said that "in new combs the thickness of the sides of the cells con taining honey is but the one hundred and eightieth part of an inch. To remove rust from saws, chisels, and so forth, scour with emon moistened with sulphuric acid, diluted with six volumes of water, rinse, dry and finish with oil and emory flour. .Albany Journal. Cocoannt Cake: Make a cake as you would for jelly cake, using jell' be tween the layers. One good, fresh cocoanut; break it, and having peeled it, grate carefully and sprinkle over the top and over the sides thickty. Ie sure and make it stick. Also, mix it with sugar before putting it on. The House hold. It is now asserted that the common eartli worm is the cause of the gape parasite in c...

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 March 1885

--. -X iC ' " s. v - Tf-?" ---tV f s- "-l'i v .. v 4 h-'t -f D. T. andN. D. IMCATIOHALCOLUIfl. Bros. Mercai EDITED BY J. D. HOBff ADAY, County Supt X. D., we PRESENT you with a ticket whlcn entitles you to one cliance In d'htjy's ekee Teachers' Institute at the Abbey school house April 4th. Program next week. $ 1 5. Teachers' examination, Saturday, Mar. 28th, 1885, at the Central school build ing in Abilene. Commencing at 9 o'clock a. m. D. D. Hornaday, Co. Sup't. Silver Watch Brawin READ WHAT FOLLOWS: This Is to certlf v that we the undersigned have each drawn one of the above mentioned atcnes and have found them to be solid silver, genuine American levers, and excellent time keepers. V. n. Doake, Abilene 7em d. ilccor, The Woodbine Bchool building is one of the best in the County. It is furn ished with the latest improved desks, ap paratus, etc. ' t2 1 Berry jfMk 1 vIIXj JV1M. fJCbik y D Story! H A 8" i L. G. Van Scoyoc, HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICAL (tJUCCESEOB TO DE. M. KIBSCIL) Office a...

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 March 1885

" " 5 -i" K ?-', r"li ' -' c v,i - e- --ji'n ,.. - P. . BILEITE, DICKHsTSOiT OOTHnTI'Y, JELAJSTSA.S, MAE. 19, 1S85. "VOL. 2. 2STO. 81. i- THE m a 1v-i ir y n iff Uf X TS. P. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. going west. nazleton, (Chapman,).... 4:07 a. m. t 3:09 p. m. Detroit.......... "4:24 " t351 " ABILENE, fcOO " 3:55 " Solomon, 60 3:49 " COIKO EAST. Solomon, 11:50 ". 1020 " ABILENE, J12:H p.m. Jh50 " Detroit!?. '12:32 " 10-i5 " Hazleton, 12:42 " '11:11 ' References () stop on signal; (t) do not stop; (J) stop 17 minutes lor meals. Local freight trains carry passengers on per mits of station agents. W. X. Hendricks Is agent atAbllene. DIRECTORY. STATE 0FTICEB8. Governor, John A. Martin. Lieuu-Gov.. A. P. Kiddle. Sec'y of State, E. It. .Allen. Auditor of fetate, E. P. McCabe. Treasurer, Sam! T. Hotvc. Attorney-General, S. B.Jlradford, Sunt. Public Instruction, J. II. Lawhead. Cnlef Justice Supreme Court, A. H. Uorton. Associate Justices S. C., j-JohSf UNITED STATES SENATOns. John J. Ingalls, P...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 19 March 1885

S-'-V -V M TZZZ;Fi.- Ell.-' ' k h ..r -v 3 '- - " .-rir u 7- , b ABILEM MFLECTOE - PUBLISHED 'EVERY THURSDAY BT STROTHER BROS. OUBRKNT COMMENT. Pbomdtent German residents in Washington recently gave a banquet to Representatives Deuster and Guen ther, of Wisconsin. The French Chamber of Deputies by -a Tote of two hundred and sixty-four to one hundred and fifty, finally passed the bill raisins: the duties on cereals. Sigxok Blaxc, Italian Minister at .Madrid, has been appointed arbiter in the dispute between 'America and Spain, in reference to an attack upon American ships in Cuban waters. The President has made a change in the days of holding Cabinet meetings, so that hereafter they will be held on Tuesday and Thursday of each week instead of Tuesday and Friday as leretofore. Thomas Simpson was convicted in Salt Lake City recently for polygamy. He had a wife in England and married another in Utah. The English wife came on and made a family row, and the facts got out. It was believed ...

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 March 1885

i&jf VT K-I. v ten -r K" 7-"f. &r$t' yy T5 y :&& ' v- ?-"-' - ,r zp T V u K ki lv LM I? I? ft O te I) r A ABILENE EEFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY BTEOTHEE BEOS. FACE TO EAGE. A Fact Related in Seven Well Told Fables. ET R. E. PRAXCILLOX, Author op "A GncxT Heiress," "Quits Ar Last," " A Utai. Qvexs," " Bail's Divz," ETC., ETC. FABLE aii FIRST. "IT 18 NOT AtWATB WIFE TO MAKE LOVE THKOCOa THE TitOXT EOOIL I. I do believe 'tis the saw's the wood, and the wood's the steel! " cried she, as she let the former catch and stick in the timber during a moment's despair. "But I won't be beat, though; 'tis not as if I was no better than a man." So again she set her teeth firm, as if to show the saw how to b'tc, and went at the rough log again. It was a rough job, and a tough one, too, while the hands so hard upon it were small and fine. Yet never a he carpenter went at his work with such a will; while, alas! not even a he-carpenter, expert as lie is in the art of doing the ...

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 March 1885

rr?F-i. y re ?HJp 111 RilpfiK'WS i: I fc Abilene Keflectok. Thursday, Mar. 19, 1885. . X.. niOTflEE. S. E. ETEOTnEK. STBOTHEB BBOTEEES Editors and Publisher. It seems that republican postmasters are to rewarded for their loyalty and devotion to the cause of Gkovbr Cleveland last fall. While the democratic party is actua ted by principle in all that it does, the Beflectob is yet compelled to admit that it does not look with any great fa vor on the supposed civil service policy of the administration. Mr. Blaine called on President Cleveland one day last week. The meeting was cordial and no bitterness was apparent. This is becoming more find more and era of good will. Democratic economy is being enforc ed at Washington. Useless and un necessary clerks in the various depart ments at Washington have been told that their services can bo dispensed with. The offices thus vacated will be abolished. The Hon. Albert GmFFrN, of Man hattan, is already reading the riot act to those republican edi...

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 March 1885

V"- vS'..-" - -vjt. -'v --J"T rv i V r L- i if ! Mf fo . . ' R. F. RUSSEL & SONS, FIT COLLARS AND WARRANT THEM NOT TO GALL. SEE THEIR NEW SLIP TUG HARNESS. SOUTH SIDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. tExtra coplcsorthe Reflector can be found at Sewell's Book Store, at DHuy'sNcura and Tobacco Stand and at this oflloe. LOCAL AED OTHERWISE. Head the Heflectoh's continued story. Jl. M. Van Doren has been appointed a Notary Public. As as an advertising medium the Ee FLECTOit is unexcelled Patronize the Plowmans Band Con cert and assist to uniform the Band. Remember! Plowmans' Cornet Band Concert, at Opera House, March 21th. J. M. Hastings has sold all bis right, Mflo ntirl inTPrPSf. ill tllG firm Of Meek. Hughes & Co., and is free from collect ing or paying. A complete list of laws passed by the late Kansas Legislature will be found on an inside page. Governor Martin has issued a procla mation setting apart Thursday, April 2d, as arbor day. Tl" office is under obligations for a copy of the seco...

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 March 1885

'. ' vv- -" 3 ?,- --- ,s ..E a x.f -a6' f I k l iPTi? coasatujlcaHons for this paper should be accompanied by the name of the author; not necessarily for publication, but as an evidence of good faith on the part of the writer. Write only on one side of the pa per. Be particularly careful In giving: names and dates to have the letters and figures Dlaln and distinct. t BETTY LEEDS. 'The rounded moon was shining brigEl fTis so the story goes) "Upon a chilly, winter night, when all the fields and lanes were White With many-drifted snows. The winter winds were piping shrill fTis eo the story reads) "When honest Simon Pettingill His cutter drove across the hill To visit Betty Leeds. JTow Simon was a likely lad 'Tis so the story goes) And could the choice of girls have had, .But Betty Leeds was proud and glad To be the one he chose. "She somehow knew, that winter evo, (Tis so the story goes) Jk. call from Simon she'd roceive, Hor would her trusting heart believe He'd stay for drifting snow...

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 March 1885

J- -t -' -"v,'if - ' "- r v '" , r - 4- J!J! ii i ') r & i It It ft r rx l W . k " ) 5 P". K A HALT CALLED. The lresldent Issues a Proclamation Warning- all Persons Against Trespassing Upon tlie Oklaliuma Lands Excitement in Camp. W-vsinscToy, March 14, The following proclamation has been issued: By the President of the Uuited States of America. A raOCTiATOATIOX. whsiieas. It Is alkrtred that certain indi viduals, associations and persons, and corpo rations are in unauthorized posession of the territory known as Oklahoma lands "within the Indian Territory which arc des ignated, described -end recognized by treaties -und laws of the United States, and by the f recutivo authority thereof as It-4Ian lands; 4Uld Whereas, It K further allejroathat certain ether persons or associations within the ter ritory and Jurisdiction of tho United States Slave bepun and set on foot preparations for Organized and forcible entry xGsd settlement "upon the aforesaid land arid ate now threat ening s...

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 March 1885

V,- .'-m, ; "J-VTSp :r, "r TOT RF 3Ss" jI 1 ;.- ri- r ft? . 3T D. T. and N. D. For every 25c worth of cigars bought at D. T. &-.D.,wePKESETyou with a ticket which entitles you to one chance in d'huy's feeb CATIOIAL COLUMH. Berry Bros. Mercantile Company's ASTOUNDING - EDITED BY D. D. HOEHADAT, Comity Supt. Teachers' exanination Saturday, Harcli 28th, 1885. D. D. Hobnaday, Co. Supt. -s" & - -- "?rof. J.M. Greenwood, of Kansas n: un en fllilv conducted our a atsh Brewing $ Knm O Oi ! J"- J1 V1 i! If V BEAD WHAT FOLLOWS: This 13 to certL'v that we the undersigned have ca5craTO o-3 o Cie a2ove mentioned Watches tiarfaurtiaiem tote solid silver, genuine Arierlcan levers, and eseeUert tlxe keepers. W. n. D3AE3, Abilene --) D. JICCOT, " ITormal Institute last year, is en gaged te come back this year. The Institute will be given only 27th. Acordirgto th3 new lav ossifi cates chibs of three graces, first, ceccr-d ani '.hire, and shall con tinue in force respectively throe O IF L. G. ...

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. — 2 April 1885

I V CTOR. 5 .r-J:,t 1 4 . AJBILEBTE, DIOKIjSTSOISJ" COTTITTT, EJLETSAJS, APE. 2, 1885. USTQ. 3,3. VOL. 2. " "V" j c f; r i ' J V t . b- r v TJ. P. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. GOI50 VEST. naziewro, (Chapman,).- 4:07 a. m. t 3.-09 p. m Betrott,:--. 41 t&M " Abilene, CK)0 &SS Solomon, 0:50 - 2:49 " 001X0 EAST. Solomon, 11:50 " 10.-20 " Abilene, ili:U p.m. .9:50 ' Detroit, '12:32 " Kh35 " Hazleton, 12:42 " ll:U nxrEKENCES () stop on signal; (t) do not atOD: ft) ston 17 minutes for meals. Local freight, trains carry passengers on per mits or rtatlon agents. W. . Hendricks Is agent atAbllcne. DIRECTORY. STATE OFTICERa Governor, John A. Martin. Lient.-Gov.. A. P. Riddle. Secy of State, E. It. Allen. Auditor of State, E. I. JlcCaoa Treasurer, Sam'l T. Howe. Attorney-General, S. i Bradford, Sunt. Public Instruction, . H. Lawheaa. Chief Justice Supreme Court. A. II. Horton. Associate Justices S. C, J li. M. aituuuc. I W. A. JOIiUbUJJ. EXITED STATES SENATORS. John J. Int'alls, Preston B. Plum...

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. — 2 April 1885

tfSpm&SSt&g&cm'&SFf -ysf'Wy --- '4." 52! I,' h- 1BILEHE KEFLECTOE - i PUBLISHED EVBET THUBSDAY BT STROTHE3 BROS. CTJBRENT COMMENT. Makshai. MacMahox is going to 57rite an autobiography. The horses of the Department of Justice were sold at auction at "Wash ington the other day. The Hon. Joseph E. McDonald, of Indiana, said recently that he was offered one of the foreign missions, but declined it. Sam Pixkertojt was killed at Green ville, , Ala,, while trying to win a bet that he could walk on the ends of the cross-ties while a train was passing. A rETiTiOA, signed by over a thou sand clergymen and lavmen, including the most prominent divines in the country, was presented to President Cleveland urging him to enforce the Edmunds Anti-Polygamy act. Moorish outrages upon Spanish residents on the Morocco coast are of daily occurrence. The Spanish popu lace is inflamed against the Moors, and there is talk of annexing a stretch of Moorish coast on the Mediterranean 'Sea. Giv...

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. — 2 April 1885

:&v ----".i- . ..s ,- --- - V -- ; .- f ; . - - j M, - IS r J i? Y i V A ; ABILENE REFLECTOK PUBLISHED EVEHT THtlESDAT BT BTEOTHEE BROS. FACE TO FACE. .A Fact Related in Seven Well Told Fables. BT E. E. FKA'CILLO!T, JLVTTton of "A Great Heiress," "Quits At Last," "A Beai. Queen," Eahi,'3 Dive," ETC., ETC. FAHLE THE HltoT.-Continued. "If I'd found things as I left thera," said Stephen. "I wouldn't have said a word to Patience before speaking to 3-ou though I've loved her all my days. But I'm not much hand at a speech, yet I wouldn't have asked her, nor yon, if I couldn't keep her; but, thanks to you, that was the best father a fellow ever had, I can. I stand well with the firm I'm with; I've got a good salary, and Preston, our senior, was talking of a partnership only two days ago. I've had the be.-t of good luck, and I've saved, besides; and as I owe everything to you I've got or ever hope for, what ever s mine s your-;. Ah, sir, if j-ou'll only give ine Patience!"' Marrish glan...

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. — 2 April 1885

r " ty SWP5 " lvii jV&-Sv; '?'; Sf IT" 3 ir-s5S J?:-''' WT1 --- Nd 3ST ,TT fi'V- . ', . i-r ' t iTITrrT. .,.-'--. -, . - z-i.- - "' I- . : 1 ' . 1 "Abilene Reelectob. Thflfsday, Aprilf . t. TBWBEBk fflOT JHHtors anfi TlovPres. Hendiucks isn't much more thanja'ifigure head a fine old flgHre;heade;mfly say in me present dhftaoj.frjfTostmaster aU the KuriiieriTi- ?& -( W Tbe Administration isdnyingtno.l ojttle-iirigs out bf Oklahoma: Tresi Jrt CravfilCno-HEd by cor porations, , If,treals U.eBst,as,he bes' the "boomers. In the meantime jlll61ieiC''ltIeWfWhtfW!hff:entel, 0ahamai8lwuld(p9sss;lv?jr8pulai patience until Qongress convenes, when tt'einy be expedtM that; s&meth'ing will be done.' tw W -'. ' '" '"' 1 o tepee5u?SiutiaMiVdificmty' t5etweenRiusila'and-4BnglaHd isfathep xjaeje, of,.(iourhyheT;1yJMi vould have jumped to a high figure haathb'tvfd'ffltfles gbUtb'War? We hope tQbetpardoeiftJiaying that t no time, duriBg.It.pastyeiIi,tyiyIear? voul'd'a general uxppeaiyvar jh...

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