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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 1 November 1883

' IWMAibittU r U' , ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR JUDGE. I am a candidate for Judge of the Eighth Judi cial District offcKaneas. James R. McClube. I herchy announce myself ns a candidate for tnc office of Sheriff of Dickinson county, Kansas, sub ject to the decision of thC VOtCr. Of NOVembCr elec tion OTItO TT W"P!T."r A"V tlon. U4lO Xli IIAilWl"" E.- Q. Putmak is a candidate for the office of Register of Deeds of Dickinson Count-, subject to the November election. Horse and Buggy for Sale. A good Leather Top Buggy and a No. 1 young family horse, with harness, for sale cheap. For particulars enquire at Reflector office. 10-iw INTERESTING TO FARMERS. A car lead of Labelle Wagons has just been received by the Berry Bros. Mercantile Company. The farmers should bear this fact in mind and go to Berry Bros, for their wagons. willowwareT A fine line of Willowware at B. F. Nelson's. iPlaster Your House. A good supply of Plaster Lime, Hair and Cement, at Miller & Thomas' lum ber yard, just north-we...

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. — 1 November 1883

--V K- V i! m KANSAS STATE NEWS. Lasts February quite a sensation waa Created in Leavenworth by the discovery of the body of John Heigle, a grocer, in a pool of blood in the rear part of his store, his liead terribly beaten and his throat cut from ear to ear. Several arrests were made at the time, but the crime could be fastened on no one, and the unraveling of the mystery was almost given up. Recent ly, however, a prisoner confined in the county jail confessed to another prisoner, both colored, that he committed the mur der and robbed the store of eighty-five dol lars. The murderer's name is Davis. Davis is under sentence of one year for robbery, and Hunt, who told on him, is under a ton years' sentence. William Ruffian, a colored porter, was shot, one night recently, in a Kansas City, Kansas, gambling house, by George Wil son, a gambler. Wilson and a companion, when intoxicated entered the hpuse after It had been closed, and the porter turned up the gas to see who the parties were...

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. — 1 November 1883

X HOME, EAEH AND GAEDEN. It is thought that farmers have seen the worst of the potato bug. Itimpkins are good food for milch sows, but are of little value as fat-puo-ducers. The currant is a neglected fruit, but one cf the most hardy and prolific, re paying -well a little extra care and at tention. Cincinnati Times. Quinces require a rich, mellow soil, good culture and annual manuring. They should not be less than twelve feet apart. Chicago Journal. If you see a toad by the waj'sidc carry him home and put him into youi garden. He will kill the bugs, says an exchange. Wait till next season now. A gardener in Baltimore who lias a number of large hot-houses for growing early cucumbers, keeps a hive of bees in each house for the purpose of distribut ing the pollen. A reasonable application of wood ashes is very beneficial in a garden. " But it is comparatively an easy inattei to make the application too strong, especially if the ashes are unleaehed. Farm and Garden. f Alexander Heron, 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. — 1 November 1883

a r: tmmixitaie3Kt!t:sssiuxcsxasficrxi a3BaBSs&aaagnHJQfc'SHaega fc ,rmttairii nihiiiw wiTji , Civil Eights In Kansas. Emporia Republican. TiieTopeka Commonwcalt h relates the -following violation of the Kansas civil rights law of 1874, under wliich the ag grieved party should seek his remedy: Eev. Mr. Ghristburg is the new pas tor of the A. M. E. church in this city. He is a light mulatto, his father being a Scotchman, and he shows a good deal of the Scotch in his build, lie seems to be well educated, uses good language, and is 'certainly as cleanly in his appear ance and as well dressed as the average clergyman while traveling. He arrived in the city at 1 a. m. yesterday, and be infr an entire stranger, took the omni bus, and got out at one of the first-class hotels, with two other passengers. These two gentlemen registered first, and he noticed a consultation between the two clerks who were up, and when he went to register his name, he was told that the house was full and he ...

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. — 8 November 1883

;'- - ii. h '-) THEABILEN VOL. I. AILEIsrE, IDIOBIIN-SOlSr COUNTY, KISTSS, NOV. 8, 1S83. 3STO. 13. r'rw,' Tr REFLECTOR. IMEBiSrH Hr 8 1 1 1 R M M M H 1 r i DRUGS! IT! lill ' AT The Pines' Thought. J. Gh NOHTHCHJFT'S -WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR FALL SHIPMENT OF- WHITE LEAD, : MIXED PAINTS, : OIS, VAMISHES, ; : BRUSHES, GLASS, : Which is larger than- ever before. We handle nothing but the Southern "Wlaite Lead. "Which is conceeded the best in the market. Also the celebrated VANE CALVERT & 00. 'S MIXED P A TNT, Wlllcl1 we have handled for the past six years, ana neefo no recommendation. Wc wlllselltheseata lower jgtrethan ever before offered. JOHNSTON'SDRtIiZED KALSOMLNE, Choice navorim Extracts and Pure Spices G-rouni or Whole. I The Finest Brais of Cigars. i-3m From the November Ccntnry. Within the shadow of oun-elvcs we stand, And see a thont-and brilliancies unfold Where autumn wood, In gorgeous ruin, hold One late, last revel. Upon every hand Riot in color, death in pomp and st...

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. — 8 November 1883

-T.. 3Bjauammtm?mpmasaxsa rJW(2 ma&mm&mmmtKm it if ABILENE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY STROTHER BROS. tTOPIGS OE THE DAT. News from Everywhere. The public debt reduction since June SO amounts to 39,584,470. The national debt, less cash in Treas ury, November 1, was $1,511,506,737. A filibustering expedition from the United States is reported to have landed in Cuba. . The Chinese Legation at Paris are considering the question of demanding their passports. A report is published in Paris that De Brazza, the Congo explorer, bad been killed in a fight. The coinage of the United States Mint for October was $1,359,914, of which $1,050, 050 were silver dollars. A brokerage s3Tstem of furnishing Chinese emigrants traders' certificates has been discovered at Canton. A COURT of inquiry to investigate the causes of failure of the Greely relief expedition has been ordered. An emissary of the Nihilists, who claims to have been sent to assassinate Bismarck, has been arrested near...

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. — 8 November 1883

U' - ABILENE EEFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Br STBOTHEE BEOS. apple Gathering. Just such another blowy day. With grand capricious sky. And m the orchard, clad and gay. Were Cousin Joan and I; Both mounted on a ladder long, the apples all amonjr 2NIy seat the top, her dainty feet upon a lower rung. .And oh, how sweet the hazel eyes That thero look up at me! The truest, softest, deepest eyes That ever 1 shall see. "Then what a perfect mouth! I thought it would be simple bliss Iff from those rosy lips I might but steal one little kiss. .For was I not hor cousin, too? And half I bent my bead; But not the dreadful thing to do No, no! I've ever said. But she. perchanco, had fancied so, and, sudden sidewards bent. And, from the movement, to the ground the ladder staggering went. My graceful, darling, lovely Joan Fell lightly, without harm; And I. as she arose alone, Scarce felt my broken arm. ZButjWben, without a glance, and looking scornful, cold and proud, She turnefl away, then, wit...

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. — 8 November 1883

- - , 3. -t . 4 Vi V M, ,., n.l Abilene Reflector. Thursday, Nov. 8, 1883. T.SRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 0K3 Coppf, OKE YEAR, : : : t : Bli. JtlOJiAua, $1.50 .75 Advertising Rates, Reasonable. B. L. BTROTIIiB. 8. K. STKOTIIBB. STROTEEB, BROTHERS, Editors and I'ublutJiers. People's Victoey Over King Rule. COUNTY ELECTION, The election in Dickinson county passed off very quietly, and a heavy vote was polled. The result was not a matter of surprise to those who looked at the situation free from party preju dice, but it is safe to assume that such large majorities were unexpected. The majorities evidence one conclusive fact, however. The sovereign people of this county are independent and intelligent, and their action at the polls on Tues day was a decisive rebuke to party bossism and ring rule. The victory is more than a democratic victory it is a people's victorv and as such the Reflector records it. If the Republican bosses have not learned a lesson from Tuesday's election, it will be beca...

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. — 8 November 1883

r- McINERNEY'S Is the place to buy shirts CHEAP. LOOK HERE ! Bonebrakes keep in stock Four Ton Fairbanks' Scales also the Victor Scales. 12 Extra Fine Lot Of Roasted Coffee in 4 pound cans at Harry Becker & Co.'s. Horse and Buggy for Sale. A good Leather Top Buggy and a No. 1 young family horse, with harness, for sale cheap. For particulars enquire at Reflector office. 10-4w INTERESTING TO FARMERS. A car lead of Labelle Wagons has just been received by the Berry Bros. Mercantile Company. The farmers should bear this fact in mind and go to Berry Bros, for their wagons. willowwareT A fine line of Willowware at B. F. Nelson's. Plaster Your House. A good supply of Plaster Lime, Hair and Cement, at Miller & Thomas'1 lum ber yard, just north-west of post office. CORN SHELLERS! A car load of Corn Shellers, of all sizes, just received by Berry Bros. Mer cantile Company Maple Sugar. A No. 1 Buckwheat Flour and Pure Vermont Maple Syrup, at B. F. Nel son's. THE WINDS ARE COLD, Mother d...

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. — 8 November 1883

N i i v. AN IMPORTANT CAPTURE. A Gang of Indiana Counterfeiters, After Months of Waiting and Watching, Cor. raled and Captured, Though not Without a Desperate Fight. IKDIAWAPOLIS, IND., NOV..1. On the train arriving here at six o'clock to-night a gang of shovers of counterfeit money who have been operating in the southern counties of the State were brought '-under the custody of United States Marshal Poster and Chief Abbott, of the Secret Ser vice. The scene of the operations of this gang has been among the hills of Pike, Dubois, "Warrick and Crawford Counties, and for more than nine months two detectives, Henderson and Killain, have been working with them and planning for their capture, which was finally so skillfully and successfully accomplished. Jimmy Kinder was taken at his home in Blind Tiger, "Warrick County, twenty-five miles from Evansville. Ho was arrested at his house on "Wednesday afternoon, while the others were taken during the night, the last arrest being made about f...

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. — 8 November 1883

f- ' fy ?,T TJ ' Btl V .GREAT UPHEAVAL. "The Earthquake Terror in Asia 3llaor The Ancient City of Smyrna Shaken to Ita Very Foundations Its Famous "Walls Demolished and Buildings Old as History in Ruins The Neighboring Hills Violently Shaken and the Face of the Country Changed Great Loss of Life, and Untold Suffering the Result The Entire Population of Asia Minor in a Condition of Terror. Constantinople, Oct. 29. The earthquake shock experienced at Smyrna yesterday was. far more serious than was reported in fact no idea at all of the disaster has been conveyed to the United States by the meager reports sent out. In fact this has been the case concern ing the series of upheavals of nature that have been going on in this quarter of the world. Ever since the great earthquake of two weeks ago there has been a constantly re curring succession of shocks in all direc tions from this city, making a circle of earthquakes of which Constantinople seems to be the geographical center, yet the ce...

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. — 8 November 1883

s K If "If you want to drive your buslne&s, And have any love for fame, Never spare the Ink and paper, Let the people see your name. Energys the life of business, Industry -will always pay, Never rest, hut always labor, Advertise from day to day." A Mule Still. Boston Post. A Pennsylvania mule, which had lived in a coal mine for nine years without seeing daylight was hoisted up the oth er day, and his first act was to kick a boy sky high. - Nine years in a coal mine won't make a mule anything hut a mule. Quick "Work. The Democrat of Carrollton, Mo., says: "On Thursday, 'Jim' Lawton invited fifty neighbors to see him beat his own time of two years ago, when his wife baked bread in eight and a quarter min utes after the wheat was standing in the field. At six minutes and ten sec onds after four the Buckey reaper stood at the corner of the growing wheat Men were stationed every few feet along the line of grain, ready to seize an arm ful as it fell from the reaper, and to rush with ...

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. — 15 November 1883

- . i ; 4 . ILENE REFLECTOR Vol. i. BILE2STE, DIOKIisrSOiq" COUNTY, KANSAS, NOV. 15, 1883. NO. 13 " 5 THE )'T . - f? DIOC T m JLT J. Gk N ORTHORAFT -WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR FALL SHIPMENT OF- : WHITE LEAD, : : MIXED PAINTS, : OIS, VAENISHES, : t : BRUSHES, GLASS, : S Which is larger than ever-before. We handle nothing but the Du'thern White Lea "Which is conceeded the best in the market. Also the celebrated VANE CALVERT & 00,'S MIXED PAINT, Which we Imvo handled for th WoiseuialogtliaDeverWoreolI. I JOHNSTON'S DRY SIZED KALSOMINE. Choice Flavoring Eitracts and Fare Spices M or Whole. I The finest Brands of Cigars. L . Hot the Democratic Party. The man, Benjamin P. Butler, was defeated in Massachusetts and not the democratic party. Judge Martin. "The question at issue was," says an exchange, "Shall an able, efficient, fear less and upright judge be sustained;" and on that issue the people, by a ma jority of three to one, have said that they will not assist those who wish to puni...

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. — 15 November 1883

( it i ABILENE REFLECTOE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY STROTHEE BROS. A -WEEK'S NEWS. Gleaned hy Telegraph and Mwil WASHINGTON NOTES. The annual report of the Director of the Mint showed that the gold received and operated upon the past year was nearly 549,000,000; silver, nearly 39,000,000; the coinage for the year is valued at $06,200, 704; total gold coinage, $35,936,927; silver, $28,835,470, of which $28,111,119 were stan dard dollars. The production of gold for the current calendar year will be 32,000, 000 and the silver 549,000,000. The Postmaster General has dismissed from the service Postoffice Inspector Amos P. Poster, for rendering false and fictitious accounts. He was stationed at Austin, Tex., and was rendering accounts for per diem services which he never performed. The issue of standard dollars for the week ended Novembers, was 371,499. The Second Comptroller of the Currency in his annual report suggests a statute of limitation on war claims. This, he thinks, would effec...

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. — 15 November 1883

". A I! k . I ABILENE EEFLECTOE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY STEOTHEE BEOS. IF. ft yon should come all suddenly And let the soft, sweet rlory of your eyes Light up the darknes of this somber room, -And chase away the drearness of this day of gloom. And grace .it with the dawning of n glad sur prise. How quickly would the shadows flee, .And looking out. amazed, I'd say: "O beautiful, bright, happy day, How could I think you dark and cold, "When in your heart such joy you hold, O fair, t.weet day?" Now while I'm sitting here alone. And ben ling, wearied, o'er my work, If from yon curtain's gloomy fold, 'That seems the spirit of the cloud to hold, While ilarkest sha'lows in it lurk. Should suddenly, from a niche unknown. The star-sweet splendor of your presence shine, Thou I .-houlfl say through passing gloom: "Why did 1 think you dark, fair room, "When everv niche is all a-shinc With light and bloomy Tf o'er thi heavy, dingy tome Your gentle hand should wander swift. How ouickly would ...

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. — 15 November 1883

J fct- - &' V$rttr - 3i Abilene RefIjECTOB. Thursday, Nov. ,15, ,1383. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. inns nn?pv. Oke Teak. : : : : 51-59 VA1 W-- -J w , " SixMontus, : : ' 75 Advertising Rates, Reasonable. B. L. STROTHER. 8. K. STROTnEK. STEOTKEE, BROTHERS, Editors anil J'ubUfthrr. A Good Year. Eighteen hundred and eighty-three has been a good year to the democrats, and the elections of last Aveek are en couraging when looked at in the right light. In the first place, no one expected the immense majority given to Governor Cleveland in New York last year to he permanent, but it was reasonable to e ct that the State would go democrat ic, and this expectation is realized?Tle pnfcire State democratic ticket, with the exception of Secretary of State, is elected. by majorities ranging irom; tn tot six teen thousand. The candidate for Sec retary of StatS was defeated because he ran as a prohibitionist and was ex tensively scratched on that account. This fact will teach the democratic par ty of...

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. — 15 November 1883

- 1 -t . i. A. " - KcmEKKETS- Is the place to buy shirts CHEAP. LOOK HEBE ! Bonehrakes keep in stock Pour Ton Fairbanks' Scales also the Victor Scales. 12 Extra Fine Lot Of Roasted Coffee in 4 pound cans at Harry Becker & Co.'s. Horse aria Buggy for Sale. A good Leather Top Buggy and a No. 1 young family horse, with harness, for sale cheap. For particulars enquire atBEFLECTOB office. 10-4w INTERESTING TO FAEMEBS. A car lead, of Labette Wagons has just been received by the Berry Bros. Mercantile Company. The farmers should bear this fact in mind and go to Berry Bros, for their wagons. wSlowareT A fine line of Willowware at B. F. Nelson's. CORN SHELLERS! A car load of Com Shellers, of all sizes, just received by Berry Bros. Mer cantile Company. Kaple Sugar. ANo. 1 Buckwheat Flour and Pure Vermont Maple Syrup, at B. F. Nel son's. THE WINDS ARE COLD, Mother dear, but tliis magnificent Stove raonuberry JJros. is mueeu-a com fort and ajpy. , ", . New York JL BuckwheattFlour --xw and V...

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. — 15 November 1883

-? :.v :--:... K fl ;l A FATEFUL FALL. A Portion of the Now Capitol uildinff at Madison, Wisconsin, Collapses, Bnrjing Torty "Workmen 1 the Rains Five Al. ready Bead ; Many More fatally and Se. eJonslj Injured, and Others Still Missing A Hea-jr Accountability Besting Some where. Madison, Wis., Not. 8. This afternoon was -witnessed the most terrible accident that has ever befallen the city. Ten minutes before two o'clock the great iron pillars" supporting the roof of the second story of the balcony of the soutb wing of the Capitol building swung out ol place, owing to defective masonry, allow ing the entire south wall to fall with a ter rible crash. Immediately the roof of the entire wing dropped in with a deafening roar, sending up a cloud of dust and broken timbers. The wild cries of the imprisoned and crushed workmen sent a thrill of hor ror throughout the capital. About forty masons, plasterers, laborers and carpen ters were at work upon the wing, and they went down in the ruins....

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. — 15 November 1883

BEYENDE STATISTICS. Synopsis of Internal Revenue CommIs 'sloher Evans Beport-Tnterestlnsr Statls tlcs of the .Affairs of the Postal Union.. Washington, Nov. 5. The annual re port of the Commissioner of Internal Rev enue has been submitted. By the consoli dation of collection districts an annual saving to the Government of 125,000 has tieen secured. The aggregate re ceipts this year are estimated at 120 ,000,000 During the first three inontlis of the current fiscal year the revenue decreased S7, 926,401. As a largo number of those engaged in illicit distilling are desirous of abandoning their unlawful practices, the commissioner has been strongly urged to recommend a proclamation of general am nesty to such persons. lie suggests that Congress provides a shorter period of limita tiou for the prosecution of offenses against revenue. The question of enforcing the revenue laws in Indian Territory has been referred to Secretary Folger for action. The number of stamps issued to collectors ...

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. — 15 November 1883

m V m . H GrowingThin. 1 Washington Post The "Washington correspondent of a Chicago newspaper has had a square look at the president, and finds him much "thinner." Trying to harmonize with Ins party probably. Moonlight's Close Shave. Lenvenworth Standard. Moonlight beats the world on close races. Gilpatrick defeated him by five for the state, senate. Bond beat him by nine for sheriff. Prest was too much for him by-twelve and now Keller downs him by seventeen. General Sherman's Future Business. New Orleans Picayune. - . . General Sherman will be in St. Louis this winter, ready to go behind the scenes and kiss all soubrette actresses who apply; but for advertising purpo ses his kisses will not be so valuable as they when he was in "Washington at the head of the army. OFFICIAL VOTE. "We give below the official vote of Dickinson County. The candidates are distinguished as follows, (d) democrat, (r) republican, (ir) independent re publican, (g) greenback, (p) prohibi tionist : -a a CD O ...

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