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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 2 April 1885

-5JT3 ,-- ft - 1 ' VS ;,5S -P6: sj--?.-.- ; " . "i" ""T -w5r - .. T?f.T55i3 wpr;? ." r R9. kl" V 1 r S Lvi , X It. FRUSSEL & SONS, FIT COLLARS AND WARRANT THEM NOT TO GALL. SEE THEIR NEW SLIP TUG HARNESS. SOUTH SIDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. t"Extra copies of the Ueplectob canbcXounfl atSeweU's Book Store, at D'Buy's News and Tobacco stand and at this office. ANNOUNCEMENT. We arc authorized to announce that WmiApplc man. an old soldier, will be a candidate for Coat-table at the city election, April 7th. If elected, .Mr. Applcman will faithfully discharge the dudes of hie office. We arc authorized to announce J. P. Qulnn as a candidate for the offlce of Justice of the Peace, subject to the decision of the voters at the city election next Tuesday. We are authorized to announce L. W. Smith as a candidate for City Coohtable, subject to the de cision of the voters at the city election ncxtTues- day. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. Peck's Bad Boy April 3d. City election next Tuesday. J. S. Kelley spent ...

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. — 2 April 1885

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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. — 2 April 1885

5S53?r?!i -S? 1 JS -""""I-" Tfei-' ,- i ' ' J i .' ' f x Y 'A A BUFFALO BLAZE. 2aslc Hell and a Catholic Church Burned An Kxciting Scene. Buffalo, N. T., llarch 2G. As an at tache of tho Music Uall was lightine the gas above the stage last evening a drop liy caught fire from a defective burner. In an instant the whole stage was in flames and six minutes later the entire building was burning. The iTcCaull Open Company were dressing preparatory to tbtj production of Falka, and had barely time to escape, Borne only partially dressed. The company lost their entire wardrobe "for the operas of Falka, Tfce Little Duke -nrl The Queen's Lace Handkerchief. JFest of the trunks had been brought to the buildin? and the personal wardrobes wcra also lost Very few persons had arrivc3 ro witness the per forniaT.ee and all escaped without injury An hour later the St. Iouis r.oM.YN CAitsoi.ic church. at Giz rear of the Mosic Hall, was fonnfi to be in flames and 5 "was soon evident -that tlifBiagnifice...

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. — 2 April 1885

. . " -ri4' "v, -5-V!J i. ? --''- r-i. .' A 5 ffj -it,-.. ' -SJ i m . ; IBlCATIOUTi COIUMH. EDITED BY ft D. EOEffADAY, CountySupt Miss, Minnie Sprung is doing ex 8&.&31 work in No. 95, Elwick dist. Remember the Institute at the sgfysf distriot next Saturday. 3". JT. "Wick of No. 93 and L. W. odgers of No. 85, north Dickinson, kkfft dono good work in their re gpeotire districts. They will he en gaged tar the same places next year. - w -r - JEL'SL Light is doing good work & tbe Chronister school. II. M. w a lire, enthusiastic teacher, and the patrons appreciate h is work and propose to keep him. The first teachers' examination un der the new law will he April 25th. Physiology is required for first and cond grado certificates. No can 'tBdi.te examined unless ho is present at 9 o'clock. The school in district 28 closed lastFridaywith appropriate exerci ses, consisting of picnic dinner, dec lamations, essays, dialogues, &c. The patrons of the district turned out and assis...

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. — 9 April 1885

tt N-u3- N vol. 2. -A.BILE2STE, DIOKIJSTSO COUNTY, IJN&J&, APE. 9, 1885. NO. 34. Yl b- v X iy U. P. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. GOING "WEST. Sfczleton, (Chapman,) 4:07 a. m. t 3.-09 p. m. netrolt,.-. 4:21 " tsa " AEILENK, 6:00 " 3A5 " Solomon, 0:50 3:49 " GOING EAST. Eolomon, 11:50 1020 " ABILENE, iI2:H p.m. f$-J50 " Detroit, 122 " 4l(h55 " Hnzleton, 12:42 " 11:11 References () stop' on signal; (t) do not stop; (I) stop 17 minutes lor meals. Local freight trains carry pasfeenjrers on per mits or station agents, w. xs . uenancKs is agent. atAbllene. DIBECTOBY. STATE OFFICEItS. -Governor, John A. Martin. LIeut.-Gov., A. P. IUddle. 8ecy of State, E. K. Allen. Auditor of State, E. P. JlcCabe. Treasurer, sam'l T. Howe. Attornev-Oeneral, S. n. Bradford, Sunt. Public Instruction, .T. II. Lawhcafl. Chief Justice Supreme Court, A. H. Horton. Associate Justices S. C, .ISf UNITED STATES SENATOR. 3ohn J. lngalls, I'reston 11. Plumb. JIESBEUS OF CONOKESS. 1st District, E: X. Morrill. Id " E. II...

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. — 9 April 1885

sa "f 5 r I K t3rAIl communications 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- name and dates to have the letters and figure plain and distinct. "THE GSRL I LEFT BEHIND ME. The pirl I Icrt behind me Was pretty and ail that; Jirijrht golden ringlets glistened Jienentn her airy hat. "Bho had a dainty figure. Her hands -vcrc small and white, Her mouth was like a rose-bud. Her eyes were warm and bright. Jler way was light and graceful She was a roguish elf A.swett bewitching fairy. And well supplied with pelf. J5he sang like nnv wild bird. She danced with wondrous art, .And looked just like an angel In her red village-cart. Tiill often in the moonlight We took a little stroll, -And sat beneath the hemlock Upon the lonely knoll. "This girl I left, behind mo Was just alovcly girl; She was a perfect daisy....

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. — 9 April 1885

rJ ; ? h f ? f i-t OFF FOR PANAMA. The rirnt Cnlted States Troops Sent to 8 roreln Country Since 1848 The Km barkatlor. of the Detatcliment of Marines for the Isthmus Admiral Ioue:t' In structions. New York, April . The embarkation of the first detachment of United States troops sent to a, foreign country for ser vice since 1S4S, took place yesterday. The Pacific mail steamship City of Para had swung at her anchorage in the lower Ijay ever since she received orders to take Government troops to the Isthmus of Panama, and her officers and men greet ed the dawning of the day of her depart ure with unmixed pleasure. The steam ship had taken to herself a new dis- tinction. fehe vessel of vice, but was no longer a mere the mercnant scr- a United Stitcs transport. There had grreparations all night. been sounds of Heavy armored chests were dragged here and there, and cases of cutlasses and small arms were stowed away for the use of the United States soldiers who will follow the ma irines. B...

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. — 9 April 1885

iBaansareasiaHBBBEBnaiM Abilene Keflector. Thursday, April 9f 1385. S. J,. TBOTHER. 8. K. STBOTHEE. STEOTHER BEOTHEES Editors and 1'uhlUlier. On last Tuesday Cajiteb IIakrisox was re-elected Mayor of Chicago. A talented exchange puts it in a new way by saying that Peakson was appointed because the Mugwumps de manded it, and the Mugwumps carried the election. To the Victors belong the Spoils. Gen. Grant, the honored hero, still lingers at death's door. He possesses a most remarkable vitality and endures life with patience, fortitude and cour age. It is vain to hope for his recovery as medical science gives him promise of but a short lease of life. His death is expected at any hour. The Befi.ectou believes that war between Russia and England is still probable. While both countries are talking peace warlike preparations are being hurried, and troops are being moved forward. American wheat and other farm products may be considera bly higher in two months than they are now. The democrats...

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. — 9 April 1885

, v i R. F. RUSSEL & SOXS, FIT COLLARS AND WARRANT TIIEM NOT TO GALL. SEE TIIEIR NEW SLIP TUG HARNESS. SOUTH SIDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. Mrs. Porter sells better Ilats and for less money than any one else in the city. E. II. Phillips, of "Watkins. X. Y.. is the guest of his son-in-law. M. D. Carpenter, of this city. Mr. Phil lips is on his way to Bridgeport. Saline Co.. where he will engage in business with C. It. Mills. Easier Notes. Easter Sunday morning broke over the city of Abilene the harbingrr of a beautiful Easter day. long to be remem bered by the church going people of this beautiful and quiet inland city. There is no question wny it sunmu nave ueen it not just sucn a i otherwise, lor was The place where you can buy the only j lovely Sunday morning that dawned up- ny-xtra copies or the Keflectok can be round atSewell's nook Store, at DHuj'sNews and Tobacco Stand and at this office. LOOAL AND OTHEKWISE. Poor old Giizrlt. : Feather Dusters at Northcraffs. The only lirst class...

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. — 9 April 1885

VT St" K I 6 l i A R. F. RUSSEL & SONS, FIT COLLARS AND WARRANT THEM NOT TO GALL. SEE TIIEIR NEW SLIP TUG HARNESS. SOUTH SIDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. rExtra copies or the keflectok can be found atSeweU's Book Store, at D'Huy'3 News and Tobacco Stand and at this office. LOOM, AND OTHEEWISE. Poor old Gazette! Feather Dusters at Xorthcrafls. The only first class Millinery in town at Mrs. Porter's. Tiev. Mr. Herr, of Chapman, was in town on Monday. Easter Sunday was generally observed by the churches of Abilene. Dr. E. E. Ilazlett mourns the death of a valuable Hereford cow. An elegant line of Ladies Fine Hand Bags just received by Xorthcraft. Thos. Kirby is fitting up his bank room in a very attractive manner. Solomon Stauffer has sold his resi dence property on Buckeye Avenue to L. A. Beed. You will find the cheapest, best and most complete stock of Millinery in the city at Mrs. Porter's. Don't you forget that Mrs. L. Como keeps the largest and best stock of mil linery goods in the city...

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. — 9 April 1885

ABILEHE MFLECTOB - - PUBLISHED EVEET THURSDAY BT STEOTHES BEOS. CURRENT COMMENT. Ax explosion of fire damp in a mine at Marcinelle, France, killed eighteen persons recently. Jefferson Davis was reported suf fering from rheumatism and from an unhealed Mexican "War wound. The bucket-shop bill prohibiting speculation in grain stocks and other futures passed the Texas Legislature. While Rev. George H. Ide was preaching in Milwaukee the other Sun day, a confidence man gained entrance to his house and stole two hundred dol ars worth of property. Revax is said to have been accepted by the College of France in spite of his sweeping heresies, because of his perfection in the French language, for the preservation of which the college chielly exists. Eecentlt a large number of "scabby sheep"' arrived at the Chicago stock yards. One flock, that had to be shorn before it left the West, so bad was the outbreak, was under surveillance of the sanitar' inspector. David R. Sinton has given $20,000 mo...

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. — 9 April 1885

' I K 4 ABILENE REFLECTOK PUBLISHED EVEBY THUESDAT BT BTROTHER BROS. FACE TO. PACE Jl Fact Belated In Seven Well Told Fables. TIT IU E. FKAXCIIXOX, A.ufiidR of "A Great Hziress," "Quits At Last," -"A Real Quebk," m Saul's DlTK," ETC., ETC FABLE THE SECON'D.-Continued. He'll come and stay with us at Millport .for a year, and take a holiday of his own; and when the year's out, and he is broken a bit out of his own ways, he'll stay on another, and another, and another, for as long as " he's spared. He'll always be Blackthorn, of Leys Croft, you mjc; the land will always be his, whether he lives there or no, only the trouble will be off his hands. Do you see? H-j'il lose neither the land nor you. So the long and the short of it is, I'm off to-morrow to Hunchester to buy you a plain gold ring. We'll be n.nrricd here, and then start for Mill port, all three, as soon' as Prestons' send down their man to see to the farm, and I've put him in the way. Darling, we will all be .so happy there, ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 9 April 1885

I S1BCATI0HAL COLUMH. EDITED BY B. D. EORNADAY, County Supt. E. Y. Morrison, principal of the Chapman school, has proven himgelf to be the right man in the right place. He ia a practical educator and is having ex cellent success in his Echool. The as sistant, Miss Anna Sandborn, is equally Strong in her teaching management and discipline. Both teachers should be re tained for the next term. An exercise which is both pleasant and instructive if occasionally introduc ed into Geography classes, is guessing the name of an animal from questions and answers. Let one pupil think ef some animal and the rest find out what it is by asking ques tions about it, the number being limited -j ten or twelve. In this way the pu pils' fund of general knowledge will be led to inquire into the characteristic, habits and localities of animals, and such words as domestic, native, verte brate, articulate, carnivorous, ruminant, &c., are taught incidentally thus enlarg ing their vocabularies. Until they...

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. — 16 April 1885

t) - a -rtttcitt:, diokisodst cott:nty, Kansas, ape. is, isss. 3STO. 35 VOL. 2. JlAj&XjC' )sdjUM'Jrt UjL, . . .. - m a mb Ban JLllJ LlAj 1 Ull. r r X IT. P. EAILEOAD TIME TABLE. noise west. nazleton. (Chapman.) 4:07 a. m. t a9 p. m. Detroit, 451 t;ai Abileke,. Solomon,. . ........ O.J o.rr GOIMJ EAST. Solomon, 1150 " 10i0" Abilene, tl2:U p.m. '9:50 " Detroit,.- '2:22 " I1? HazletSn, 12:42 11:11 ' References O stop on blsnal; (t) do not stop; (t) stop 17 minutes lor meals. Local freight trains carry passengers on per mits of rtatlon agents. W. N. Hendricks 13 agent atADllene. DIRECTORY. ETATE OrrlCEB". GoTernor, John A. Martin. Lieut.-ov.. A. 1". Kiddle. Sec'y of suite, E. K. Allen. Auditor of State, E. P. McCabc. Treasurer, Sam'l T. Howe. Attorney-General, S. n. IJradford, sunt, Public Instruction, .J. H. LawheaO. Chief Justice Supreme court. A. H. Horton. , - r. 1 1. M. Valentine. Associate JufeticesS. C, , w. a. Johnson. UNITED STATES SESATOK. John J. Ingalls, Preston Ii. 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. — 16 April 1885

" -' - " "? I I k; I I ABILENE REFLECTOR - II II 1! PUBLISHED EVEBY THTJBSDAY BY BTROTHEE BROS CUBRENT COMMENT. M.ii. George H. Pendleton's grand father was Hamilton's second in the fatal duel with Aaron Burr. All the public gambling houses in Cincinnati were recently closed under notice from the newly appointed Police Commissioners. Revenue officers recently seized an illicit still in the house of John Staufer, a farmer near Burlington, Iowa. He was an old offender. Miss Bayard, daughter of the Sec retary, is an accomplished horsewoman, and is said to be at her best in the society that goes in for mild athletic sports. Ex-Judge John K. Pouter, the well-known lawyer, was stricken with apoplexy recently, at his residence in Waterf ord, X. Y. He was not expected to live. It was understood that the annual report of the Atchison Railroad Com pany would show a surplus for 1884 of $850,000, without taking into ac count the advances to the Sonora road, which amounted to about 1550,000. 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. — 16 April 1885

1 fl si Y . .1 V r X .ABILENE REFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BI STlOTRFR RTtO PACE TO FACE. JL Fact Related in Seven "Well Told Fables. RT K. I- FltANCIIXOX, Aimiou of "A GnnAT Heiress," "Quits At Iast," "A KKAr. Queen," "Earl's Dive," Era, etc. FAULK THE SECOND.-Continued. Boyhood was upon liim again, and.at a aisk of scratched hands and torn clothes, it must be done. Perhaps he might find j-ome of the big stones with which he and Patience, when playmates, had spent hours in trj-ing to make a secret wa' for themselves across the brook in its darkest place; that would be a find, indeed. So he scrambled from among the rushes into the rough coppice where wafcir ran, and wondered a little what liad become of all the mountains and valleys, lakes, torrents and waterfalls, chasms and precipices, that he remem bered so well. In truth, it was not that all these things h:td grown smaller, but that his own legs had grown longer. But there was all the old s,mell of damp clay I and decaying...

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. — 16 April 1885

', t Abilene Beflector. Thursday, April'16, '1885. . t. TBOTHEn. s. x. BTSOTnrn. STEOTHER BBOTEEBS Editors and Publisher. Another Time Out of the Organ. The Refxectok asks the indulgence of its readers while it devotes a few lines to the hebetudinous old man who edits tiie Anti-Monopolist, published at Enterprise in this county. The editor in question seems not to like us because we do not commend ex-Gov- Glick in his efforts to divide the democratic parly because he cannot "boss" it. Well, we don't care whether the Anti-Monopolist man likes us or not. but we insist that he should treat us fairly even if he doesn't love us. We would inform him that theRE flectok has no personal feeling what ever in its opposition to the present at titude of Gov. Glick, but nevertheless it now believes him to be wrong in his selfish ambitions and dishonest in his motives. And in uttering these words the Eeflectok does not believe that it is wronging a friend of the people. Indeed, if all the friends ...

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. — 16 April 1885

V .! w a' ( J X R. F. RUSSEL & SONS, FIT COLLARS AND WARRANT THEM NOT TO GALL. SEE THEIR NEW SLIP TUG HARNESS. SOUTH SIDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. tExtra copies or the Reflector can be found atSewell's Boot Store, at D'Huy'3ews and Tobacco Stand and at this office. LOCAL AMD OTHERWISE. "Webb's Minstrel Uand will render grand music be sure to hear it. Reformed church: Services in Grace Chapel, Abilene, next Sabbath at 10:45 a. m. Miss Lizzie Howe, of Georgetown, Colorado, is visiting her sister Mrs. Downey. A lady's black veil has been in the Reflector office since Easter Sunday awaiting an owner. "Cindrella," a charming little opera, will be given by about sixty of our little girls, next Saturday evening. II. Parker, Esq., of Osawatomie, was visiting in the city last week as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Morley. Miss Mamie Faulkner went to Leav enworth on Saturday for a few weeks, visit with friends at the Fort. The day of the creamery fire Ed. Vc giard lost an ivory, silver mounted 2 foot...

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. — 16 April 1885

i3B Any person who takes tho paper rejru larlyfrom thepost-oflice, whether directed to 3ils nam o or whetherhe Isasubscriberornot, is responsible for the par. The courts have decided that refusing: to take newspapers from he post-office, or ro anovim? and leaving them uncalled for, fa prima facie evidence of iittextioicai. fraud. AHASUERUS. .Ahn:rrard stranger, wan and old, With eves of deep nnd dark despair, And silverfrots upon his hair, jtood by a grave's fresh opened mold. And no one knew when he came there. He listened to the mourners' cries. Intently wattfied the tears they shed, GnzcJ nt the lowering1 of the deaJ, And with his weary, burning eye-". Searched the calm face of him who read The Service"' of life's sundered ties. "Alas! alasl" the mourners wept, "How can wo leave our treasure hero Our lovo-wect treasure, chenshod dear?" And --till t!ie frtrang-cr strangely kept His jraze upon each falling tear. And seemed to envy him wlio slept. I saw a history in his face Unlike ...

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. — 16 April 1885

r tJ u hJ r x X ATTORNEY-GENERAL GARLAND. The Ponderous Joke "Which Colonel Dick liripht Played Upon Him. Colonel Dick Bright, of Indiana, bears off the honor of perpetrating the lirst joke at the expense of the new Attorney General, himself an inveterate joker and a. hearty lover of good fun. While Colonel Bright wasSergeant-at-Arnis of the Senate his personal relations with Mr. Garland, then a member of that body, were intimate and cordial. The two irentlemen, indeed, became warm friends, and have since remained so. To-day Colonel Bright walked into the Department of Justice and made his way back into the Attorney-General's private office. It was after office hours, and in a few moments the Attorney General made his appearance. The day had been a busy one, and Mr. Gar land was very tired. Into botli of his ears since early in the morning had been poured a ceaseless flood of praise and appeal in the interests of men seek ing ollice. "Dick, old fellow," said the Attornej' tleneral, ...

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