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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 11 June 1885

.,,...- 1 p; ..... .,. ..-jj- 4 W- u ? i: V. r IF HcT Abilene Eeflectoe. Thursday, June 11th, 1885. The Illinois Legislature has just passed the Civil Eights bill which give colored people the same rights as whites in hotels," restaurants, theatres and oth er public places. Isaac Gimjs, postmaster at Lewis town, Idaho Territory, an important distributing office, lias absconded with thousands of dollars belonging to the Government. The amount of the de falcation is more than $30,000. This is another evidence of republican rascality. Turn the rascals out. ' "Light," A masonic journal published atTo poka, is upon our'X table. It is neat and ably edited and has been designa ted by the Grand Lodge as the proper medium through which the Grandmas ter and the Grand Secretary will com municate information of general inter est to the craft in Kansas. We com mend it to the Brothers of this section. An investigation has revealed a short age of $25,343.51 in the Assistant Treasurer's office at N...

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. — 11 June 1885

; ty R. F. RUSSEL & SONS, FIT COLLARS AND WARRANT TIIEM NOT TO GALL. SEE TIIEIR NEW SLIP TUG HARNESS. SOUTH SIDE. ,fi ABILENE, KANSAS. ty Extra copies of the Keflectok can be lound atSenrell'a Book Store, at D'Huy's New3 and Tobacco Stand and at this office. LOCAL AND OTHEEWISE. Have your prescriptions compounded at John M. Gleissner's Drugstore, east Bide of Broadway, cor. 3d street. 39-ly W. S. week. Stambaughwas in Topeka last W. II. Sunderland City Sunday. was in Kansas Miss Cora Jackson left last Thursday for Missouri. Misses Armitage and Patten went to Topeka Sunday noon. Will Wilson boarded the train for Brookfield Monday afternoon on a bus ness trip. Geo. Ogden told us Monday morning that it was a eirl and weiehed 11 pounds. -- It is estimated that the population of Kansas is increasing at the rate of 1,500 per day. Mr. C. II. Freeman, of Chapman, gave the Reflector a pleasant call last Saturday. Mrs. S. T. Slichter left Monday even ing for a visit to her old home in Pen...

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. — 11 June 1885

v - It !r r r ; s - , &s ABILENE REFLECTOB PUBLISHED EYEBY THUBSDAY BT STROTHEE BROS. CURRENT COMMENT. The Manufacturers' Fire and Ma rine Insurance Companv, of Boston, Las voted to reinsure its continue business. risks and dis- Miss JcIia Jackson, daughter of the Jate "Stonewall" Jackson, was married the other evening to Mr. William -Christian, of Richmond, Va. Joiijc Deaking, an inmate of the lunatic asylum at Anchorage, Ky., met -with a'horrible death the other morn ing. He jumped into a scalding bath and died almost instantly. "William Poca, of West Virginia, -will be one hundred 3-ears old in a few weeks. He was born in Mecklenburg. County, Va., and is quite active. He is living with his second wife, and is the father of twenty-four children, the old est being seventy-beven and the young est twenty-seven "years of age. It is stated that the manuscript writ ing of Victor Hugo will fill ten vol Times. M. Hugo indicated the arrange ments for their publication. The con tents of...

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. — 11 June 1885

w v -E T" Si fi l( ; . r A ABILEM REFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVEBY THURSDAY BT STROTHER BROS. "STAY WITH THE MOTHER. "We stood Jn tbe press at the f eny pate. Breathless, weary, and jurt too late, "Watching the great boat plunge and strain 'Through a roaring chaos of ice and rain; And over the sullen crush and din Of the turbulent Uootf-tfdc thundering in, Over the fret of the reitless crowd, A joung voice, caroling sweet and loud, Kose for a moment, and beat the air like the strong white wings of the angel, praver: ' "O feet that are fain to go astrajr. . Stay with the mother when her hair turns Only the words of a worn quatrain. - - ' With a pitiful plea in its sad refrain; Z - Only a lad's voice, sweet and strong. ' Trolling the catch of a threadbare song. Hut a nameless something, it might have been "The touch that makcth the whole world kin. Quickened and wanned to n kindlier mood "The hearts of the listening multitude. Crept with a tender, if transient, grace. Like a glimmer of morni...

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. — 11 June 1885

"v I UHFCATIOIAL COLDH EDITED BY D. D. HOEHADAY, County Supt Berry Bros. Mercantile Company's ASTOUNDING rA o -$ A O IF J - ii4 jri -AT' - H mp- i ; - . i EXCELSIOR STUD FARM, The largest Breeding Establish ment in Central Kansas, and the Finest Stallions. The Imported Canadian Draft Stallion, Young Zing of the Dominion. AVill stand for mares this season as follows: Mondays to John Tichonser"si for noon; thence tc Henry Mn?crV for nisht; Tncsday to Leonard Hoffman's for niffht: Wednesilav tn A. Prav' fot SIMON S? K u It is rumored that two or three of the Abilene teachers will be married soon. School officers can obtain copies of school laws by calling at the office of County Superintendent. Frank Sullivan who has been at tending the State Normal School at Emporia returned home last Satur day. E. C. Little who has had charge of one of the Leavenworth graded schools the past year, has been ap pointed Clerk or Book-keeper of the State University at Lawrence. Miss Sarah Axford late of ...

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. — 18 June 1885

PTt. -' -'- fM r r t - ae REFLECTOR. "VOL. 3. ABILENE, DICIKIlSrSOiN" COUNTY, EZA.2STSAS, JUNE IS, 1885. NO. 44. THE ABILENE : v i B. L. ETROTHKB. 8. K. STBOTHEIl. STROTHER BROTHERS Editor and I'ubHshert. Canvassing for has commenced. Gen'l Grant's book Kansas Day Will Soon Come. The following encouraging paragragh is clipped from a correspondence to the K. C. Times, dated at "Washington, June 11th: "Kansas matters do not progress with commendable swiftness, but it is a matter of satisfaction to note that "Kansas day" is certain to come sooner or later, when democrats will displace the present array of republican officials in the Kaw state. Some addi tional land office changes are expected daily, and it is in the range of possibili ties that tlift nrpspnfc ttppV mar hrinrr o .i. -vr -nn:4-.,... imn v o oecieuujr ui avj muiCJ. a. p . around. Thft disnnsitinn nfva. come to take charge of the Xavy; .miR nnW fnr irnnnrtttni, nncWnna ,. HT'tti trar-v L "!-"" G. O. P. instead of meaning "...

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. — 18 June 1885

v - . rf -.-- - '- r- 1 ''-; ' 53T" An person who takes the paper rejru- Jiis name or 'whether he" is a subscriber or not, Is responsible for the pay. The courts have decided that refusing to take newspapers from the post-office, or re-movlnc- and leaving- them uncalled for, is tirima facie evidence of intentional fraud. r THE DRUID'S SACRIFICE. Athonsayd years, perhaps, ago, when Brit ain s mountains rose There never yet had trod the feet of fierce invading foes, "When Cymric chieftains led their bands In freedom through tho vales. And ( ,-mnc bards their triumphs sang among the bins or waics; Theii village harpers tuned their lyres with Joy that seldom ceased. "Where all were happy and content, wbilo flocks and herds increased. There came a messenger in baste, who served the Druid priests. To b.j the people all attend tho greatest of tier leasts. Then -.arborcd they from near and far to Mo ra's sacred isle. Win. i lived the Oracles beyond dark Me i.ai'sdecp defile. And wliro the m...

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. — 18 June 1885

S " Lv Fir ' V A rjt y - DESPERADOES SHOT. A TronbKeiiome Randof Necro Desperadoes in tli Indian Territory Exterminated. Colbebt, L TM June 8. Yesterday mornins at Tost Oak Grove, thirty miles west of t"iis place, Captain Sam Sixkiller, ritu Policemen Laf tore, Murray and Good ing, and C. M. McCIellan, a irominent stockmat) of the Cherokee Nation, wero in pursuit of a band of negroes, beaded by the notorious desperado, Dick Glaxi, who had been to Denison for a wagon load of whisky and were on their way back to the Semi iiolc Nation. The officers had with them a colored spy, to locate them. After this was done, the oflicers left the main road and got around ahead of them and selected- a place near the roadside to await their approach. About 7 o'clock the ne groes came along, one driving the wason and Glass and two others following close behind. When within ten feet Captain Sixkiller stepped out into the road and commanded them to surrender. Instead of doih? so they started to run. Af...

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. — 18 June 1885

5SKWv?- -, - rr ",; '--J.' .- S" ABILENE EeFLECTOB. Thursday, June 18th, 1885. Personal. Having accepted a position on the staff of the daily Times of Kansas City, I wish to say to the friends of theBE flector that I still retain my interest in the paper, and -will in all probability, return to it. During my absence I shall be" glad if the people and business men of the county will extend to Mr. B. L. trother the same courtesies tltat I have enjoyed during the last two years. The Reflector is in better condition than at any previous time of its history, and the aim will be to keep it at the front as a county paper. Bespectfully, S. K. Stuotiiek. The B. E. rural editor) of the Gazette says it has only been a few months since we were an "avowed champion of the whisky and bummer element of tliis county," (when he was the leader of it.) This we emphatically deny. The Beflectok, while it advocated a high license system, also advocated the doctrine that while we had a prohibi tory law it ...

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. — 18 June 1885

1 s f R. F. RUSSEL & SONS, PIT COLLARS AND WARRANT THEM NOT TO GALL. SEE TIIEIR NEW SLIP TUG HARNESS. SOUTH SIDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. . "Extra copies or the Reflector can be found atsewell's Book Store, at D'Huy's "Sews and Tobacco Stand and at this office. LOCAL AM) OTHEBWISE. Have your prescriptions compounded at John M. Gleissner's Drug Store, east side of Broadway, cor. 3d street. 39-ly Court adjourned Wednesday evening. If you are in arrears for the Reflec tou call in and settle. Mrs. Lyman Fields, of Solomon City, was in the city last Monday. ' W. E. Romgardner put a telephone in his lumber office Saturday, No. 9. Misses Dora and Maude Cobb are visiting friends in Salina and Lincoln Center. The Probate Judge has improved the appearance of his office by putting down a new carpet. m-- The officers of the state fair associa tion have decided not to hold an exhib ition this year. Mr. I. S. Hallam left on the noon train Wednesday for the White Sulphur Springs in Virginia. Salina i...

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. — 18 June 1885

"T--r- ABILESE EEFLECTOP'3 wokld at "EflE. PUBLISHED EVEBT THUESDAY BY BTROTHER BROS. CURRENT COMMENT. The South American Commission was cordially received by the Govern ment at Montevideo. The Commission "was asked to use its influence in favor -of extending the American cable sys tem to Urujniav. Adjutant General Dkum has com pleted a list of the casualties during the rebellion. The number of deaths was 95,496. Of these 29,498 occurred in the rebel prisons. The total number of troops engaged during the Avar was 2,772,408. J. H. Ruttek, President of the New York Central Railway, died recently at lis home in Irvington, X. Y. Mr. Rutter had been ailing more or less since 1881. Three weeks ago his disease (diabetes) caused blood poisoning, from which he died at his home in Irvinjrton. The Surgeon General of the Marine Hospital Service has notified the health officer at Baltimore and the officer in charge of the quarantine station at Cape Charles that the ship Jupiter had left Valencia...

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. — 18 June 1885

ABILE8E HEFLECTOE PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY BY STBOTHES BROS. WORTH REPRINTING. JV Apeel for Are to the Sextant of tlie Old liricii Meeiiiioine. BV JL GASI'EK. The following linos, which originally ap peared in the Detroit Triliurte, verc published over thirty years aj?o, but the philosophy they -contain is just hs yixxl and applicable now as then. While the writer was -eerninly rather a poor fpellor, he w.is evidently in earnest . aud i)o-a-.-oJ a keen wit: 0 s-extant of the iueclinoue, which sweeps And duM.s, or U iuppo-eil too! and ni-ikes fler. And to.-, thesas and suintimcs leaves a screw loo-o. In which case it emelU orful worse than lump lo; And wr.ujfs the Bel and toles It vhen men djes tlo the rii-f of survivJn pardncrs, and sweeps pat lies: And lor the sorvnsc its $101 per annum, Wich them that think-, deer, let em try it: Gettin up bel'onr-'tar-lite in al y, eathers and, Kindliri tires when the wether is a- cold As zero, and like as not green wood for kin- dh-rs; 1 wouldn'...

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. — 18 June 1885

Berry Bros. Mercantile Company's EDUCATIONAL COIUIH ASTOUNDING SrJ EDITED BY . D. D. HOEETADAY, County Snpt. Under the present law, the county boards of examiners may give as many third-grade certificates as they please to the same person. fAj- -$ O -& A 7 . Each number of the Western School Journal grows better and better. The June number is brim full of sound practical articles. Misses Jessie Anderson and Lizzie Sutherland returned home from the State Normal School last Saturday. They are highly pleased with the State Normal and will probably continue in the school until they graduate. W. S. Jenks returned from llolden, Mo., last Friday, where he has bceu en gaged as principal of the schools for the past year. He has succeeded so well that the Board of Education oted unanimously to retain him at an increas ed Balary. As he wishes to complete his work begun "in the State University, he declines accepting the place. "Local Government in Kansas" is a little volume of a hundred an...

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. — 25 June 1885

Xf 4 &. , SPlT jBjgSigjfeifc, ABILENE, LIOKinSTSOISr COUNTY, KA.3STSA.S, JUNE 25, 1885. NO. 45. "VOL. 2. -. J ? Abilene Reflector. Thursday, June 25th, 1885. B. L. STROTHEIVEditor. AN INDIAN PUEBLO, Opinions differed as to -whether or not it would repay the weary tourists to make the pilgrimage to the pueblo of the Tesuqu e(ta-su-ke) Indians. Some one said it would not, but the appetite for sight seeing grows upon what it feeds nor is it satisfied unless it am de vour all within its grasp. So it was decided, after some discussion and the usual variety of statements as to dis tance, that after an early noon dinner we should set out for the village which is twelve miles from Santa Ye. The sun shone with the dazzling brightness and density peculiar to high altitudes. The wind blew cool and bracing from tne "fiow mountains;" the road was dry and sandy; horses the pride of the driver, who had drifted down in the old Santa Pe trail days as one of the soldier guards of those long wagon...

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. — 25 June 1885

TSHAll commnnlcatlonB fcr this paper ehould be Accompanied by tho name of the -author; not necessarily for publication, but os 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 hare the letters and Azures oilaln and distinct. GRANDMOTHER'S WOOING. PART I. (Musing by the Are.) "Ah, well! this life is almo-t done. And I am glad 'ts so," she said: "Vrc worked so hard. from un to nn, To earn the clothes and daily bread 3or nil tho children (lod has given "That 1 begin to long for heaven. ""Each one brought rare and work and love; 1 murmured at my lielplr-s-. brood; Uut when their lather vciii above I thanked the Lord, and called it good. That the-e should mind m- of the dead, .And, struggling, I was comforted. 'T spun and wove and knit and sewed For all the ladies of the town. And raw my children neatlr clothed. Though I had scarce a "hilling gown. T never cared how coarse mv food. So they had ...

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. — 25 June 1885

'f ThE DOLPHIN. She RrMons for It Kejcctlon by the Ex. pert. Wasuinotox, June 19. The report of the advisory board to Secretary Whitney upon its finding in connection with the trials of the lolphin covers much the same grounds as that traversed in the Secretary's letter to the Attorney General though treat ing the subject more fully. The iKiints of interest in it aside from those given from the letter are subjoined: The board states that tins ground covered to be, First has the Dolphin been constructed in accordance with the terms of the contract between John Koach and the Government? Second what defects, if any, wheth er of plan or execution are appar ent in the Dolohin from such mi examination as can now be made in lur present completed slate? Third what matters can be determined and what mat ters are incapable of determination in a completed ship? The Board states the dif ficulty, in fact the impossib lity, of making a full examination of a completed ship in which a large share o...

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. — 25 June 1885

! r W in Abilene Keelectob. Thursday, June 25th. 18S5. The Leavenworth Democrats are more than pleased over the appointment of Fbank T. Lynch as postmaster of that city. It Is claimed that the four physicians Which have constantly been employed Try Gen. Grant for the past six months have rendered their bill and the aggre gate of the four accounts foots up to $40,000. Mr. Foraker, of Ohio, who began his canvass as "Judge'' and has already got to be "Generar" in some of the papers, may yet be a Field Marshal, and by the time he gets through a pris oner with the remark: ' We have met the enemy, and we are theirs." The Leavenworth Standard says: "The Republican papers have a bad habit of saying that the Democratic press Is howling about this or that thing. The Democratic press dors not howl now, it sings. The howling is done by the other side." Since Abilene has been agitating the enforcement of the Sunday law. Chicago has taken the matter in hand, and on last Saturday Judge Gardxkr 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. — 25 June 1885

3 1- R . ' L I K. F. RUSSEL & SOXS, FIT COLLARS AND WARRANT THEM NOT TO GALL. SEE THEIR NEW SLIP TUG HARNESS. SOUTH SIDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. Miss Carrie Dyal in Clay Center. is visiting friends A Lawn and Ice-Cream Sociable at Mr. Ellison's Thursday night. All are invited. See Brady & Morton's Lightning Ar restor for Wire Fences. Mr. Frank Parker, arrived on Satur day, to spend Sunday with friends in Abilene. tExtra copies or the Rzflectob can be found atSeweU's Book Store, at D'Euj's News and Tobacco Stand and at this office. LOCAL AND OTEBBWISE. Have your prescriptions compounded at John M. Gleissner s Drug Store, east side of Broadway, cor. 3d street. 39-ly Miss Daisy Robb, of Abilene, is vis iting here with her sister, Mrs. Teats. Hope Herald. Our It. It. Ticket Agent added to his office last Monday a handsome coupon ticket case. Mr. J. S. Ford who lias been in Fort Scott for the past six or eight weeks re turned home last week. Mr. Floyd and family, and Mrs. Frank "White ...

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. — 25 June 1885

- . -s. ABILEHE EEFLECTOB r i PUBLISHED EVERT THUBSDAY BT STKOTHE3 BROS. CURRENT COMMENT. The French Government has de cided to send a battalion of infantry to Madagascar to reinforce the troops jiow there. The Tagblalt, of Berlin, announces that Goethe's complete autograph diary from 1777 to 1832 has been discovered among his grandson's papers. The Treasury Department has dec ' cided that leakages of spirits through worm .holes or spring staves are not entitled to the benefits allowed in cases of casualty. TnE Central Pacific is cutting down operating expenses by consolidating divisions, reducing clerical force, and putting in practice rigid economy in all branches of its service. Ik the New Hampshire House re cently a resolution, which was con curred in by the Senate, thankinc Con gress for forfeiting the Texas Pacific Railroad grant was adopted. TnE case of Mr. Santon, a natural ized citizen under arrest in Ecuador, was considered in a recent Cabinet Council at Washington. The co...

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. — 25 June 1885

.if P' X ABILENE REFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY BTilOT-HEH BROS. UNCLE 'SIAH'S LAMENT. This vale o' mls'ry't ben mj" hum Fur over sixty ear: -An' fccinster me things never wuz Ho 'turnul out o" pear "Ye hear o' fich disasters naow, An' slch i. prist o" crime Ituever warn't like tTthIs In them ole fafchuud t.incs. .Aour polytix hts cum tcr be A nasty kinder me-s: 'The scrap uv honor left In trade Is prowin' les an' less "Tlie boss-es cheet. the survnnts steel, Men cem ter think it s nte Ter tsike jlst all thet the uin prab, An' then tcr mk" thar Uitc. "The pecpil jlncd the churchc oncoL, Kur thet tl)cy'd pious harts: But naow it's oft n jist tcr hide Thar wicked ajms an' arts. One half the preechers isn't sound In doctrine an" bcleef. An' lonp's they're paid, theprowth o' sin Don't seem tcr jriv 'em preef. Folks uster think the nuphil tie Wiiz like a band o' Meel: But naowerd:iy Its rottin thred. An" them thct's mcrned feel 'Tin t ef thoy hev a let-tie snarl They'll try thcr l...

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