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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 16 April 1885

Berry Bros. Mercantile Company's tMCATIOML COLDMB. EDITED BY . 8. HOBHABAY, Connty Supt ASTOUNDING IK t B n- The State Superintendent has giv en jthe following decision in reference to third grade certificates. The law pased at the legislative session of 1885, relating to third grade certifi- -eates, is invalid and of no effect. j This act amended the chapter which, Tree aufcseqnentlv repealed by the set stating to county boards of ex-. amrnere. Hence, county boaras 01 examiners may issue the third grade certificate as authorized in the tha lattor act; but upon such per cent, of correct answers as may be deemed miflicient by such boards. By a recent constitutional provis ion the State Board of Education of California will make the attempt to supply the text books for the com mon echools by compiling a series of books and have the same printed by the state printer and distributed to the purchaser at cost. The Western School Journal will j rank with the best educational journ als publ...

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. — 23 April 1885

5 Sr -y - sr ? " - t&f, fci: - " ' & n&azsLtLJt , s ABILENE, DIOKINSOIsr COTJjSTTY, BZA3STS.AJS, APE. 23, 18S5. NO. 36. VOL. 2. fc ii i ji X ; i f 1 w ' b & X A Abilene Eeflectos. Thursday, April 23, 1885. A Profound Discussion. Our eminent and esteemed contem poraries, the Gazelle of Abilene and the Anti-Monopolist of Enterprise, have been defining in a very learned and pro found manner the position occupied by Henry George oneconomic questions. There is a very radical difference of opinion between these two able journals ,and as neither one of them seems to rightly understand ilr. George's posi tion, the Reflector thus voluntarily offers its valuable aid in definitely set tling the dispute. The Anti-2fonoj)6li$t is wrong in as suming that Mr George's theory is to "concentrate all taxes upon land," while the Gazette, strange as it may seem, is right in its conclusions without fully understanding Mr George's po sition. Mr. George, in an article on "Over production," ...

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. — 23 April 1885

'.-" 6 ' ' . .- - sjjf " W"V:? ,'-,l'5w'A--y.' ir - x -v "- 1 ' , -",-Zfe2t-'? ). ABILEUEMFLEGTUPi PUBLISHED EVEEr THUESDAY BY STEOTHER BEOS. CURRENT COMMENT. Americak mowers, horse-forks, and 3tay-rakes are Tery extensively used in Saxony, being preferred to the home anake because of their lightness. A lakge black tiger was killed re cently in Greenville County, Va., after It had killed several hogs. The animal liad escaped from a circus menagerie. Srit Henry Ponsoxbi", Queen Victo ria's private secretary, has written a letter authoritatively denying thatmem tcrs of the rcyal family are believers in Spiritualism. The agents of the lako marine in surance companies formed a hull pool at Buffalo, N. Y., recently, the result of which will be higher rates than ever before known. TnE United States Commission to South America reached Lima on the 16th. They will remain in Lima and other points in Peni for two weeks be fore proceeding to Chili. The mining ventures of Ex-Governor Sprague, of...

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. — 23 April 1885

vE-r&f Jtf" - vt- vn ---sY'-- """ 'raF----" 'n?vifg;?ays TT "J--""5 - , j i . . i !RLI 'A n . b 1BILEjtE IlEFLECTOK PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY BTROTHEE BROS. PACE TO FACE. ,&. Fact Helated in Seven "Well- Told. Fables. Tt. E. I-K.V"Cir.tON, "A Gkkat IIeihess." "Quits "A Krai. Qitken," "Eakis Dive," etc. Ere. .AtJTHOIt OF At Last,' FABLE THE SECOND. Coxtimted. Stephen considered. Indeed, con sidering was his forte; and therefore, to some extent, his foible. Clearlv the eant -v: not a man to be easily ,-ineed of beiii"- wron", and the conv force of practical argument was ajto getlier on bis side. Everything depend- i-d on the vmluckv Dick Blackthorn wt- -ting clear and he could not be any thing like vet beyond catching. But if Stephen allowed himself to be caught, Dick would be safe at the Half Moon long before the error could be discover ed, and he himself, as soon as he wa.s discharged as the victim of mistaken identity, could follow him without much dclav. "I see there's n...

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. — 23 April 1885

HI r- - 4- s ' I u r Abilene Eeflectoe. Thursday, April 23, 1885. ft&TSOTHKB. 8. E. STKOTHEB. STEOTHER BEOTHEES Editors and PublUlier. It Is more than ever probable that $fae difficulty which divides England -and Bussia will culminate in open war. Bussia's demands have become insolent and the British parliament has voted a large credit to be used in putting the army and navy on a war footing. The var spirit of both countries is rising, and the complications have become so erious that war i3 considered inevita ble. flflv. Martix keetis richt on in the pardoning business. lie granted eight pardons last Thursday. The criminals pardoned were sentenced for larceny, burglary, dueling and murder. Some ene should remind Gov. Martin of the pretty speeches he delivered last fall tgainst the free use of the par doning power. The number of his par dons already number more than half 4he number granted by Glick. It will t well to remember this fact. Gen. Grant is able to ride out and Bleeps w...

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. — 23 April 1885

w-yr77 s?3 rg" u J ,a ' -v - -i 1' --''' &? t . ,r' V . -" t , X 2 X z r vs u I J f .v h V. t fc n ) 4 R. F. RUSSEL & SONS, FIT COLLARS, AND WARRANT TIIEM NOT TO GALL.( SEE TIIEIR NEW SLIP TUG HARASS. SOUTH SIDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. LOCAL A1TD OTHERWISE. Isaac Gibbs, of Clay Co.. was in town Saturday. He is always welcome to Abilene. " Mrs. Frank Levi returned on Friday from several weeks visit with her pa rents near Junction City. Uev. "W. II. Snyder, of Georgetown. Colo., arrived in the city last Tuesday. His many friends are glad to see him. Messrs. Sterl & Zahner bought the Gazette building of Y. P. "Wilson & Sons for a consideration of eight thousand dollars. W. I?. Dryer arrived in Abilene last Saturday morning on one of his periodi cal visits. It seems natural to see him about. There will be no services in the Christian church on Sunday morning. Services will be held on Sunday even ing as usual. Bobbie, aged three months, son of J. R. "Wilson, died last Sunday mo...

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. — 23 April 1885

-. r -j - f- r rv t !P if 1 v F K M&f r Hi K. fe J"AIl comnranlcaHona 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 2?er. j? Partc-ularly careful in giving names ?l?$ dat?Jt, have tije letters and figures slain and distinct. b ETHIOPIOMANIA. Vers de Societe (now style). Dedicated to ;a Fashionable Young Lady who Plays the .Banjo. Piano put away In de garret for to stay; J)o banjo am de music dat do gals am crazed about. De songs dat now dey choose Am 'spired by de colored muse, Jin' de ole kind o' poeckry am all played out. Chorus. O, Maud Elaine, Sweet as sugar-cane! Hush dat music, let my poor heart go. For hit's sweeter dan de band To heah yo little hand --plunk-plunU-plunkin' on de ole banjo. Clog dance, u. I ain't from de Soar : ' But yo' pretty, pretty mouf .Done took to singin' darkey songs in such angelic tones Dat jetfo' yo sake...

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. — 23 April 1885

V ---f- . 5J & T3i- C V - T5'Xf'Trk" "-" SV r '- -? - vl r ?v i r h i w A GOOD NEWS. The Statement 3Iiie ami the Belief Grovr ln;j That tlio Doctors hlGrncr.il Grant's Case Ilavo Jlade on Incorrect Diagnosis, und That His .Alalady Is Something Less Dangerous Th-ui Cancer The l'aticnt's ConcI tlon Wonderfully Improved. Xew Yor., April 17 The Sun will Fay to-morrow, editorially: "The im provement in General Grant's condition steadily continues. It is now ascertained that his disease is not cancer, and there is uo reason, in his physical organization, why he should not recover his health en tirely." The Sun in this says what more than one physician who has seen General Grant's throat has been saying for days past. Notwithstanding Dr. Shrady's reit eration that the General has nothing but cancer, this morning a gen tleman, xvho is intimate with the Grant family, declared that an announcement would soon be made that would surprise Use public. He said that General Grant was not buffer...

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. — 23 April 1885

-Tf''P"" "jrs -A - , -. ivT--" ;-" - .-. - Jx ' S v- - - s . 1DUCATI0SAL COLUMB EDITED BY Jfc D.5HOEIT ADAY, County Supt Berry Bros. Mercantile Company's ASTOUNDING mmmmmBvmmaBmmmcm f 1& About forty districts in this county tfill iave eight and nine months' school. Mss Lottie Hayne, of Conneau, Oh o, k reported as doing excellent work in fistricfc 42. Miss H. will prove a valua Vfo aoqrisition to tho Dickinson County etrpt of teachers. "We welcome all cito Diokinson County. We need about sixty more such teachers for next Trinter. Here will be ten or twelve new iAool buildings erected in this county & eoming year, costing from S1,000 to 11.400. Dickinson is determined to l&ai in good school buildings fteshers. and good Education is a better safeguard of jfcerty than a standing army. Everett, "What is true anywhere is true ever' wkere. Emerson. We have several communications from school officers and teachers on the ounty uniformity of text books. We will begin the discussi...

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. — 30 April 1885

c i-V REFLECTOR. BILENE .BILEjSTE, DICKIN-SOISr COTTTSTTY, :KAJSrS.A.S, APE. 303 1885. ISTO. 3 VOL. 2. :kxzu THE A pJIBkvv fl I M 5 fi Jl fi Ih r k ( - v Abilene Keflectok. i . Thursday, April 30, 1885. . " i ternal revenue collectorships in that A "Washington dispatch says that res- j section. Especial fault is found with ignations of republican oflice holders are j Eben Pillsbury, of Maine, named for coming in from all parts of the country. I Boston, who is denounced as a 'Copper It is needless to say tha the sender! head.' Democrats in New England, as of that dispatch had no reference what-: a nile, are somewhat intense. For ever to Kansas. The spirit of resigna- j twenty years they have encountered a tion which has taken hold of the re publican office holder in this state is noticable only in the injured and re signed air with which he consents to hold office under a democratic adminis tration. Thatseems to be resignation enough for him. In the midst of all this war talk it may ...

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. — 30 April 1885

ABILEME EEFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY STEOTHES BROS. CTJBRENT COMMENT, j Vienna has granted Johann Strauss the freedom of the city and life-long exemption from income tax. Frederick J. Fargus, better known in literature as "Hugh Conway, ' reported very ill at Monte Carlo. was William Suxic Bales, of Kings ton, N. Y., died recently in his eighty third year. He ran the stage coaches on the famous old New York and Phil adelphia mail and stage route between New Brunswick and Newton nearly half a century ago. A. Shcltze, the anarchist, who was expelled from Switzerland in 1884, and who headed the recent anarchist agita tion in Italy, has been invited to at - tend the International Conference .t.:i. :. . ui : n t .,. WHICH It IU ilfcSCUJUll 111 UCUUVil iUl ."U purpose of arranging scientific methods of preventing the spread of cholera. r The Empress of Austria would cut no mean figure in a go-as-3'ou-please walking-match. One day recently she left the Santa Cecilia, Lord Alfred Pa...

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. — 30 April 1885

A AB1LEM JELEFLECTOJB PUBLISHED EYEBY THUBSDAT BY STEOTHER BROS- FACE TO FACE. Fact Belated in Sovon Well- Told Fables. BT K. E. FRAXCir.T.OX, -Arrnon or "A Gkfat IlEinEss," 'QOIM At Last," "A Kcal Qceex,' Dive," etc., etc Eaius FABLE THE THIKD. Contixckd. It was a poor end to her broken re solve going out for a Stcpl'cn Harlow and bringing hr.me a Farmer Marrish. But she assurellv could not "o on lingering there for a man who did not come. "Father will be glad to see jon when ever you like,"' said she. The invita tion was not verv graciously but she did not feel gracious, and could not seem to be what she was not by merely trying, even if .she had tried But Enoch Marrish could not expect every thing all at once: and she hail not bid den him go array. So he wa'.kca beside her back to Leys Croft talking of the harvest and of money, and otheiwise making love after an invis'ble fashion, but never once mentioning Stephen. No he could not have come across him at Hiincha-tcr; that was dea...

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. — 30 April 1885

h u Abilene Keflectok. Thursday, April 30, 1885. B. Zi. TTtOTOTJE. B. K. STBOTHEB. BTBOTHER BEOTEEES Editors and 1'tihUshcrx. Drifting to War. Foreign war news lias grown in inten sity during the past week. Actual b os tilitica between Eussla and England seem to be unavoidable. England did a dangerous thing in demanding satis faction from Russia for the Penjdeh in cident,and Russia refuses it pointblank. Not to resent this insult would be more fatal to English influence and prestige in the East than Avar, and war we con fidently expect it to be. On Monday the English parliament voted a war credit of 55,000,000 with out division, and following this action comes the rumor of another battle be tween the Russians and Afghans in which the former were defeated with great loss. Russia seems to be forcing the quar rel. She is putting forth every eitort, straining every nerve, to put her army and navy on a war footing. So is Eng land. Roth countries are ready for war, and when it begins it w...

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. — 30 April 1885

V SI r s' h y A R. F. RUSSEL & SONS, FIT COLLARS AND WARRANT TIIEM NOT TO GALL. SEE THEIR NEW SLIP TUG HARNESS. SOUTH SIDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. L 00 AL AjfD OTHERWISE. "New Dude in town." Abilene is growing prettier every year. J. S. Kelley is beautifying the inte rior of bis jewelry store. John M. Gleissner has his drug stock in order and is ready for business. Head J. G. Hamaker & Co.'s compul sory sale of $25,000 worth of Dry Goods. Mrs. J. G. Northcraf t is having a bay window added to the south side of her house. Rob't Ghapin, of Canandaigua,X. Y., was in town last week looking after his interests. Mr. John Lauer has sold his resi dence property on West Fourth street to Mr. Phelps for $2500. Lancaster & McDowell, painters, have moved their shop to the room un der Rothschild's clothing store. C. L. Sherman, of Solomon City, was looking around the city last Saturday and putting on metropolitan airs. liev. Merriam's subject for next Sun day morning at the Uaptist church w...

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. — 30 April 1885

13P Any person who takes the paper regu larly from the post-oflico, whether directed to .hisnamcorwhetberbe'isasubscrlberornot, is responsible for the pay. The courts have decided that refusing to take newspapers from the post-office, or re moving and leaving them uncalled for. ft prima facie evidence of intentional frafd. THE SCENT OF A FLOWER. The rcentof the Bower is a wonderful thin?! It plays round the heart like the zephyrs of spring; So subtle, so soft, so resistless its power. No monarchy rules like the scent of a flower. Some odors so blend with past happier years They move us like melodies breathing- inrotign tears; Tor they bring back the faces and forms that are cold. And walks in the wild woods 'mid sunsets of .gold. A frasrrance exhales from a flower that I know. fDcar pledpe of a love in the sweet long ago.) "When tastes were more simple, and purer ourplea-Siires, And gifts of fresh blossoms were holiest treasures. One eve, when the dewon the leaves glittered bright. ...

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. — 30 April 1885

b y h w A FOE OUR TOUXG FOLKS. PIP I POP! FLIPPERTY FLOP I Sonff of the Corn Topper. Pip! pop! flipperty flopl Here um I. Jill ready to pop. Girls and boys, the fire burns clear; Gather about the chimney here. Bijrones. little ones, all In a row. Hop away! pop away! here we go! Pip! pop! flipperty flop! Into the bowl the kernels drop. Sharp and hard and yellow and small, Must say they don't look koo1 at all. But wait till they burstfntowann white snowl Hop away! pop away! here wejro! Pip! pop! flipperty flop! Don't nil me too full; fchut down the top! Hake out the coah in an even bed. Topaz j allow and ruby red. Shade your eves from the Hery glow, Hop away: pop away! here we jro! Pip! pop: flipperty flop: Shake me steadily; do not stop! Backward mid forward, not up and down; Don't let me drop, or j ou'Il burn it brown. Never too li jrh and never too low. Hop away! pop away: here we go: Pip! pop! flipperty flop! Now they are r-infrinjr. and soon they'll hop. HI! the kernels licrin to...

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. — 30 April 1885

EDUCATIONAL COLUM EDITED BY B. D. HOENADAY, County Supt For the benefit of the teachers of the county we publish the questions pre pared bythe State Board, to be used in examinations in all the counties of the State. The questions will run through three issues, and the teachers should preserve them. Below is given the first installment : 3-8 divided by 1-15 equals what? Prove the correctness of the quotient by dividing decimally. D2. How much will it cost to plaster a hall 84 ft. long, 40 ft. wide, and 20 ft. high, at 21 cents per square yard, ceil ing included? 3. Hats cost $3J apiece, but later in the season I buy them at 4-5 of the cost. How many canbe bought for $4S? 4. I have a wagon 10 ft long, 3 ft wide, 2 ft high. I have a crib 32 ft long, 16 ft wide, 12 ft high. How many wag on loads of corn will it take to fill the crib? At 4,000 cubic inches to a bush el, how many bushels will there be? 5. I have a wheat field 00; rods long, and 40 rods wide ; the average is24A bushels pe...

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. — 7 May 1885

T- : 3tfri . - A " fcfa: -.&, i-S.Q.-fV.- kf ' -. r - -r " '- . - 4J. - V ' t r rt " BILEHSTE, IDIOKrLSTSON COTJNIY, K-AJSTS-A-S, MAY 7, 1SS5. ITO. 37 "VOL. 2. ' . i A "RTT TTC I Smfi B 111 w Eli ia ill fl j 1 ill J i y ; K "4 -f W L li I Ingersollia. Br Jonu PnESTOx Caxtbem. Who will be the mate Of thk philocopheroffate, Lateiyprown t-o great To mortal icw: When fetterlc-s andfrcc Ilie eouI puts oil to i-ca On the tide of wild wide mistery. In Charon's hite canoe. "Who shall be his uiuc . Through illimitable exii-t-xnce wide, Where worlds are multiplied By the unfolding or nature'fc law: When inferring the mji-ticlinc, Along the shorce of eternal time To the dcuth-knell'r cliiinc, Which fills the toul w ith awe. Who will take him by the hand At the landinc of death's cold ttrana; All creedlis-i there tostatid. Fillcd with wonderment to fee, The ream of glory fair With christians gathered there, Worshipping everywhere 'Bound the throne of Deity. When the night tt In And the ligh...

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. — 7 May 1885

5Sf!gygg -Sjnj--5T-TT .?wS; I 'f ' -' - ffjVv "TF- ABILEKE HEFLECTOE PUBLISHED EVERY THTJBSDAY BT STROTHES BROS. CURRENT COMMENT. A life of G6neral Gordon, published in Dutch, is having an unprecedented sale in Holland. The revisers of the Old Testament have presented a copy of the revision to the Centerbury convocation. The Belgian Chambers have unani mously agreed to authorize King Leo pold to act as sovereign of the Congo state. The American climate is treating "kindly the obelisk in Central Park. ad Terse reports to the contrary notwith standing. It is estimated that not less than a thousand men will make a regular business of playing baseball profession ally this summer. TnE British Government intends to purchasefor Prince Victor, the eldest son of the Prince of Wales, the Ard braccan Palace in the County Meath, Ireland, near the confluence of the rivers Boyne and Blackwater. A special treasury agent from Chi cago seized a slock of iewelrv at Itock ford, 111,, which had been sm...

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. — 7 May 1885

fk i J V u ABILENE flEFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY BTBOTHKP BEOS EACE TO PAGE. Fact Related in Seven Well Told Fables. BY K. K. FKANCIIXOX, Author or "A GnKAT Heiress," Quits At Last," "A Heal Qceen," -Eael's Dive," etc., etc. TABLE THE FOUKTH.-Co.vtinued. The bank of the river prevented him from telling whether it were friend or foe, as well as himself from being seen, until his cabine was at present, and until the horse and rider appeared on the bank above him, evidently bent for the river, too. Unluckily, the sun was full in his face, so that he could not see the uniform even then. "What, cavalier!"' laughed the sweet est of voices, in Portuguese. "Is that how your most chivalrous nation re ceives a lady at the point of tie car bine?" "A woman!"' he exclaimed, in En glish somewhat more forcible than is here set down. Ah--an English soldier!"' said she, in his own tongue, and with only ju-,t enough accent to show she was not Engbh born. "Wor-e and worse! I could have umb'rs...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
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