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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 3 October 1889

CA & HOP'S u east side of .Broadway, cor. 3d st. 39-Jy k x J Have your prescriptions componnaea wr-ir-iJ vsDk. WKM THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3d, 1889. ABOUT PEOPLE. John A. Hafner was up from Logan. Eev. G. G. Bear, of south Dickinson, is in the city. Rev. D. W. Ross, of Talmage, is in the city to day. Geo. H. Smith, of Woodbine, spent the nieht in town. C. H. Pattison, of Solomon, was in the city this morning. John Harbottle and children left for Atwood, Colo., yesterday. r" Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Litts, of Xew- bern, were in town today. ' J. S. Robbins, the popular and hand some druggist of Woodbine, was in the city. V A. C. Dietz, now a sturdy granger of Holland township, visited the county seat. A. L. Eisenhour left today for Phila delphia to take lectures in veterinary surgery. P. P. Whitehair and A. S. Lowery were two east Dickinson notables in town. A. Fry, Esq., came back List night from Ohio where he has been for sev eral weeks. Mrs. M. T. Goss and Mrs. John Buchan, of Manchester, ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 3 October 1889

ABILENE JiEFLECTOfi -rUBUSHKD BT- ERFLECTDB POBLISBM COMPANY. CTTBRBNT COMMENT. A Chicago man recently hundred dollars conscience the United States Treasury. sent two money to The novelty of seeing two women .arraigned for highway robbery was recently one of the features of the pro ceedings in the Tombs police court at Hew York. A State immigration convention was held in Louisville. Ky., recently under the auspices of the State League of Commercial Clubs. Governor Buck ner presided. All Heke, the imported English stallion, owned by Burgess Bros., of Winona, III., recently died at the State Fair grounds. He was four years old and valued at 10.000. Joseph C. Hakvev, a wealthy mill owner of Philadelphia, has been sent to the insane nsylum through brooding over the burning of one of his mills in which fifteen persons, mostly young girls, lost their lives. TnE secretary of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew, which was recently in an nual convention at Chicago, created quite a. sensation among...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 3 October 1889

( "i St ABILENE REFLECTOR -PUBLISHED TtX EfflECTOii FOBLISHINQ COMPANY BABY BUNN. N. P. Willis said or this poem: "It Is ad dressed to an idollred child, by its pet name, and though beautiful throughout, it has some two or three passages of very rare originality. The writer or it (as I learn from a lady who incloses it to me was a factory girl, who by the labor of her own hands, secured the money for her education, and she is now twenty-four years of age and supporting herself by various uses of ner pen. She (Josle H.) is yet to be found, 3 am very sure." Baby Bunn Winsome Daby Bunn! Brighter than the stars that rise In the dusky evenin? skies: Browner than the robin's wing, Clearer than the woodland spring, Are the eyes of Baby Bunn! Winsome Baby Bunn! Smile, mother, smile! Thinking softly all the while Of a tender, blissful day. When the dark eyes so like these Of the cherub on your knees. Stole your girlish heart away: Oh! the eyes of Baby Bunn! Rarest mischief they will do, When...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 3 October 1889

THE MX Bargain IJampaign OPS HP IP $25,000 WORTH WILL BE OFFERED FOR At Prices a Trifle Above tt7 eii .n Rtflft prepared to back our assertira-thatwe have the LABQBST STS np-T GOOIDS ever shown in Dickin son county. A 25,000-Dollar Stock of Dry Goods, Cloaks, Shawls, etc. We believe m doing business on the SPOT OASHbasis. We buy for CASH; we sell for CASH. We give our ,Ln,cTipfnll benefit of our discounts. -.-r -ucu,, A-,-,-nrr nnr hnsiness career of 1 in ever uoiuid u.u.j.xxj.& w- -- over ten years in the city of Abilene have we opened a FALL CAMPAIG-N with such an un limited stock and unequaled equipment for doing business. We feel that every man. woman and child in Dickinson county should see us and get the benefit oi the extremely low prices we are making. It is to your inter est to see us. It is money in your Docket to SEE urA few fads that it is to We are one of the have not ONE MILL oi ioreign or Dorroweci; capital invested in our business. We have no interest to pay; we ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 10 October 1889

JUc 'ZjUr' 2L' Tt VclJZ' M flmof. . mtm -t t TEN PAaES. ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, OCT, 10, 1889. VOL. VH, NO. 7. H rl ri l H t v H:w V fc" We have Money to loan at 6 1-2 per cent, interest, with privi lege of paying in mul tiples of $100.00 at any interest payment. LEBOLD, aotr FISHER & CO. OCICAITU You should read Tun Cm- OC VCrt I n cago Daily Nnwberj .,. you can afford it. IV.ce POINT doesn't stand in the way. li earth. One cent means prac tically nothing until you spend it. Thenyoumayciakeitniean a. great deal, according as you inrest it. A thing is cheap if it costs little, and is worth much. The Daily Nsws UliVe atele graph from the whole -world to your brain. To keep it in con stant working order costs you but one cent a day. That's why it s cheap because it renders a great service for an insignifi cant price. Rtmtmltr 'Its circulation is 220300 a day ever a million a week and it costs by mail 25 as. a month, four months $uoo, one cent a day. AVER'S CHKKKY 1'ECTO...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 10 October 1889

1 if tf li ly ABILENE REFLECTOB -rOBLlSHED BT REFLECTOR PDBMBft GOMFAfil CURRENT COMMENT. Tttp. hpnn and corn cron in the val- ley of the City of Mexico has heen cut ! - i down-one-half by heavy frosts. Smallpox wae reported raging at SocorroN. M.-, greatly alarming El Paso. Tex., two hundred miles dis " tanL ' Vi Tim. -mon -vchn v.ocM'npd from the i i prison at Mathida, Mex., were found ! U . trio a-lsho, ad MUcd by the police. i '. -"- .- ' i.-v ' Ziaa . i t iivvaniiH iiiiiiiii kvf i:aiiiuulu h cently at the door of the military ca dets' quarters in Trieste. No one was injured. 3Iit Pci.iTZEit's proposition to be bneof "twenty New Yorkers to sub- ' scribe 100,000 to the "World's fund has met with no response. Fair 3Jhe Secretary of State' has been in formed that cholera in epidemic form has appeared at Bagdad and various other places on the Euphrates in Asia. Nike hundred and three grand prizes, 5.152 medals of gold, 6,690 of silver, 9.323 of bronze, and 8,070 honorable mentions h...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 10 October 1889

f ." rs V $ AB11E5E REFLECTOft -PUBLISHED BY- s REFMCTOB PUBLISHING COMPANY A SONG TO THE WORLD. A song to the world the beautiful world In upltc of its clouds and its cares. Its trials and pains, its shames and its stains. Its crael deceits and its snares. "With all its sad faults, 'tis the best world we ba e . vW H Tis the only one given to man So let .us accept it,1 with thanks, as it is, .And enjoy it as long aswe can. Then awy with theyntc who cavils" at life, .jfAnd wishes his days at an end ! "NeTeryiefd to despair, but patiently bear Such mishaps as man can not mend. "What miner who works the auriferous earth, Its glittering store to unfo".d. Would be tour in mood, if the yield had was good. Because he found dross with the gold? Then while jou are working the vast mine of life. Be humble, content and resigned Neier worry nor fret; take.the best you can fret An whistle the worst down the wind. Then away with the cynic etc. We were put here to struggle 'twas Heaven's man has h...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 10 October 1889

Enormous Boot and Shoe Business a i-A.1 L,. H. F A I LK M 0 H & THIS T CO.'S F1 JL. L They are making" a Special THRONGED Only Place to Buy They have received this Fall 100 Cases of (t a a a a a ii Every Boot and Shoe in their Earge Store is EEDTJCED IN PRICE, and they carry a stock which more than equals all their competitors com bined. Their goods all come from factories; ordered in. large quantities and made directly to order, and it is reasonable to believe that buying in such lai,0,e lots they own their shoes at much lower figures than any small competitors. They are giving their customers all there is in it this Fall, and are selling many Shoes less than some competitors buy them. Before you buy your ALL f jjc Mtdw. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 188S. a xirsKEcrroiBS. J U H N J. COOPER, O. L. MOORS. UIGHAUD WAKING. A. W. KICK. a M. HAKQKB, 1 F. NELSON. JOHN J. OOOPEtt, ....President u. U MOOUE, Vic President UlCHAKD WAUINU. .Secruuir A. W. UICE. .Treasurer lliCHAKi) Waring. Busine...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 10 October 1889

& vim MAMMOTH LISHMENT THE PUBLIC! J RAILWAY TIME TABLES. U.P.B.B, OOnJO-VTEST. No 203 Nlgnt Express 3:30 a. m No" 201 Overland express 4:49 ? n No. 2U Freight. 5:28 a. m QOTXQ XXST. No.203 OverlandExpress H-S?8"!? No. 20i-Nlght Express -i; Ho.218-Frelght Vlo NQ.na-Prelght 7:i8p.m A-.T.&8.F.B.B. Going North. Freight ... -11.10 a.m. GolngSontb. Passenger......... . jS E Pntlcrht 33XJ p. m. 8ALINA BRANCH. Going West. Passenger "" ,Yvia' Freight "a & m- Returning to Abilene. Passenger ;XP 5?' Freleht 10.43 a.m. PalseHger trainB run dally. Freights dally ex cept Sunday. HOCK ISLAND B. R. Going West. Accommodation.... 10:23 a.m. HABBentrer. 12:35 p.m. Si? mid "Kl W i H $ fMCjj DRY GOODS ESTAB NOW OPEN D Q a ft eA P83cnger...... 4;47 p.m. Going East. Passenger .................1023 m- Passenger .... 2:85 p.m. accommodation................ 4:4 p. m. Passenger trains ran dally. Accommodations dally except Sunday. . MISSOURI PACIFIC AT HER1NGTON. Going West. Passenger. No.20l ;?:...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 10 October 1889

1 1 ISABRL; -) on (- From Shop to Mansion. The Eomantio Story of a Dress Maker's Rise in Life. By Mrs. F. m. Howard. - Copyrighted, 1S33. , , CHAPTER IX. Mrs. .Belmond's reception was the most elegant affair -which Isabel had ever at tended and she felt almost lost in the crush of splendid toilets and bewildering adorn ments; the spacious rooms were beautiful ly decorated, and on every hand was a lavish display of wealth and luxurious taste. Mrs. Falconer was looking her best, to her own satisfaction as well as her hus band's, who had looked at her with a satis lied air as she appeared before him. She had chosen the lavender gray in a combination of plain and brocaded velvet, and it was very becoming to her clear com plexion, and lime. Horand had outdone her self in the tasteful manner in which it was made. A handsome set of diamonds gave a finishing touch of brilliancy to its some ivhat quiet effect, and the diamond locket had been reburnished by her jeweler, and hung conspicuously...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 10 October 1889

THE TEMPTER'S POWER. Dr. Talmage Discourses on the Temptations' of Life. . The Strong- as Liable to Tall as the Weak S p The Influence of Woman For Good or 1 4 j , " Eti1-t A. Warning Affalnst Im- . ? j i pure Lives. In a recent sermon at Brooklyn Rer. Do Witt Talmage took for his subject: "The Shorn Locks of Samson." His text was irom Judges, iri, 5: 'Entice him and see wSerein hijgreat strength lieth, and by what means we may prevail against him, jfctbat wo may blind him to afflict him, and we will give tbe every one of us eleven hundred pieces of silver." He said: One thousand pouuds, or about 5,000 of our money, were thus offered for the cap ture of a giant It would take a skillful photographist to picture Samson as he really was. The most facile words are not supple enough to describe him. He . was a giant and a child; the conqueror -and the defeated; able to snap a lion's jaw, and yet captured by the sigh of a maiden. He was ruler and slave; a com- mingling of virtue and vice,...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 10 October 1889

issp i THE GKEtEA-T Bargain Campaign WMMml 25,000 WORTH WILL BE OFFERED FOR Al Prices a Trifle Above We wish to state right now and we are T3rerared to back our assertion -that we have the LARGEST STOCK OP IDZRTZ" GOODS ever shown in Dickin son county. A 25,000-Dollar Stock of Dry Goods, Cloaks, Shawls, etc. We believe m doing business on the Spot Cash basis. We buy for CASH; we sell for CASH. We give our on enmp.r tli fifnii benefit of our discounts. Never before during our business career of over ten years in the city ol Abilene nave we opened a PALL CAMPAIGN with such an un limited stock and unequaled equipment for doing business. We feel that every man, woman and child in Dickinson county should see us and get the benefit oi the extremely low prices we are making. It is to your inter est to see us. It is money in your Docket to ee i?A few facts that it is to your Interest to know:o We are one of the firms of Abilene who have not ONE MILL of foreign or borrowed nq.nit.nl invested...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 17 October 1889

. 11 fPt&Ctls 676 A-iuJju tr W&tm fitHof. t u TEN PAGES. ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, OCT, 17, 1889. VOL. VII, NO; 8. n- cWi - T fPtf 7 weklu Wot Mtdot. Konc Genuine nnleis rolled on the 'VARNISHED BOARD." AND STAMPED EYERr FIVE YARDS WITH THE MANUFACTURERS NAME. FOR SALE BY J.B.HAMAKER&CO. If you have a Black Dress to buy, see Hamaker at once, and purchase a PRIESTLY HENRIETTA. arholisalvc The Great Shin Remedy Relieves and Cares ItchlngB and Irritations of the Skin and. scalp, .- ' FILES, Either Itchingr or Bleedlngr, Uwxiutions, Cuts,Wouitds, BiunsES, Poi sons, Bites of IxsECTS.CATAitnn, Inflamed Boiu: ErES,CmLBLAiNS, Cilafs and Chafes. RinstanUy relieves the pain of Burns and Scalds, and cures the worst case without a scar. Bmall boxes 25c. Largo boxes 50c. Cole's Carliolisoap prerentsplmple9, blackheads, chapped and oily skin, and pro eerves, freshens and beautifies tho complex ion. It is unequaled for uso In hard water, and its absolute purity and delicate pe...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 17 October 1889

IpacB-Ex aL ; -) OB (- From Shop to Mansion. The Romantic Story of a Dress Maker's Rise in Life. By Mrs. F. M. Howard. ICopyrlghied, 1S33.1 CHAPTER X. In the following weeks Isabel had need of all her firmness and presence of mind, for, as Dr. Conroy .had said, there was a pro longed 'struggle for life In the sickroom; the first week had been one of delirious raving, aha her "Heart sank within her as shej-epeatedly beard him muttering. "She does not; love me; she does not love me," in suchj-'sad tones that it pierced her very heart; She knew her own heart now fully; in those terrible nights of watching, when she had sat beside him, breathless with fear and suspense, the thought had come to her in all its chilling force of what life would be to her without him, and she knew that she loved him with a deep devotion which would last through eternity. She told him so again and again, as she knelt by bis bedside, but he only looked at her with a blank stare, not comprehending or caring fo...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 17 October 1889

t-tJJ V" T '?HJ,J!4Br-K"" '-. TiT r h-Sf'- xpWrX'Sf v THE EEPUBLICAN PAETY. Why It Is Entitled to the dence of the Public. Confl- Extracts from the Great Speech or Hon. John Sherman, Delivered at OrrriUe, O., October 10, 1880-The Tollcy of Protection and Prosperity. Practically, in this country the choice is between the republican and Democratic . parties. They are confessedly each strong -National parties, tested by the exercise of . power, dividing almost equally between them ten millions of voters, and organized in every State and Territory of the Union. In the elections this fall every man elected on the county. State or Legislative ticket will be a Uepublican or a Democrat, so that a vote cast for any other party is wasted ammunition. New parties, founded npon a single idea, usually defeat the object aimed at. and the great body of our citizsns will naturally take sides with cither the Repub lican or the Democratic party. Xow, 1 propose to state why, in my judg ment, the Republ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 17 October 1889

r Enormous Boot and Shoe Business f AOS L.. H. FAULKNER CO.'S THIS T - - . r. s- F J L L They are making" a Special Effort in their Boot and Shoe Store this season, and the result shows for itself, for their Large Store is THRONGED DAILY WITH USTOM EKS -WIHIO 23I-T7" XjE-A.ieirEiJD ,x:E:.JX, 'ztsiej Only Place to Buy Boots and Siloes is at L. H. Faulkner & Co5s. They have received this Fall 100 Cases of .' " " 100 Cases of : " 100 Dozen - " 'k 100 Dozen - Men's Boots Boy's Boots Ladies' Shoes. - Children' Shoes They are selling a Man's Good Solid Boot for Boys . Man's Button Shoe for Boy's u u u u u U a a 82.00 1.50 1.10 1.00 Every Boot and Shoe in their Large Store is REDUCED IN PRICE, and they carry a stock which more than equals all their competitors com bined. Their goods all come from factories, ordered in large quantities and made directly to order, and it is reasonable to believe that buying in such large lots they own their shoes at much lower figures than any small comp...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 17 October 1889

I"-. if if If , i. H m A 5V .- . A - V. t.r BS. -is: ? fc L. I R N i The Teachers' association of Pawnee county calls itself, "The Tribe of Gad" Glick got $15,000 out of his three years administration of the pension of- nce The son of John P. St. John is a drunkard. The hypocrisy of his father disgusted him with temperance. - Db. Phillip Kkohn is now editor of the Atchison Cnampion. He will give especial attention to sporting and hotel news. The latest example of the Topeka Democrat's wild notions is that it thinkB Campbell will be elected gover nor of Ohio. TnE Clay Center Times adds the latest chapter to the ''fly" series by re marking that "the school ma'am makes the gad fly." Thanksgiving will soon be here and Kansas will give thanks with a more heartfelt earnestness and with better reason than for years. There will probably be a "rebellion" in the Kansas Knights Templar ranks the sunflower state did not receive any high officers at the conclave. TnE gallant John Sherman's voice...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 17 October 1889

i 1 t ''.I ,x : If TTMBER! 'Boards we 94 4-4-. and a And millions of feet waiting on the dock. . Our grades they are in the strictest terms complete, And we'll sell you from one to one million feet, And at prices so low that our competitors will pout And confess most assuredly that they are knocked out. Although it may hurt them, we'll do what we say, And remember it's to be done at very small pay: There is the barn and the hay, which is all to be free. You say you can not believe, we say, just drive down and see, You ask where is the place this confusion is about? Oh! it's the Chicago 'Lumber Co., the best on the U. P. route, Located on Cottage avenue, just east of the depot, So come buy your lumber before the bargains all go. 45-cSt lia&jHrSMSSCg for Bnfants "CafltoiialssoTreUadaptedtochildronthat I conendltassortoanyprption fcaorrn to mc. " IL A. AzcnrK, JI.U., B HI So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. Y. d PUBLICO SALE. IF1. "V. OIQOSIH, Proprietor or Dickinson Co Herd ot Pare Brel P...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 17 October 1889

-J. IV k coil 4 tbiw Sir. r re-- tBtc a' TBI r- i- He leftector. THUBSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1889. Tie Reflector Piilsliii Crapy. aiBzcross, J OHN J. COOPER. O. L. MOOEE. BICHABDWABDSG. A.W.BICB, T C7M.HABGER, B. F. NELSON. JOHN J. COOPER, EE?6!! O. L- M00BE....... -Vice Present BICHABD WAEING, 'MSL T w. RTfTR .Treasurer Bichakd Waking, Business Manager. REPBBHCMOMTY TICKET. For Treasurer, W. L. NIXON. For County Clerk, M. U.BERT. For Kegi6ter of Deed?, w.d.niciiols. For Sheriff, I D. W. NAILL. For Surveyor, A. 0. ROMIG. For Coroner, E. KELLER. For High School Trust:, W. M. SHERWOOD. For Commissioner Third DIst, JOHN W. HOOVER. Chicago admits that New York has a site for the world's fair, but claims that she will never get a sight of the fair itself. The Gladatonians are fprging ahead in England. The grand old man seems likely to still more impress the world before he dies. TnE Eiffel tower has canud over one million dollars since June 1st. The French seem to know how to capture the masse...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 17 October 1889

rJgr - "'K- -.- i "-J :-.-il 111 -SKI 5 Selector Sileient Jrrt : x. -.uEOTIOBS. ..- W"" jr"lT.,,. .0 lt.V 1'U ni ..: -i.. BWfi cf VnV'-n"!! City. . ru-rb JUwVti. n a more magnani mous set of candidates than the present list on the republican ticket. They can afford to be generous on account of their absolute certainty of election. A little child of Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Edwards died at the home of the parents southeast of Enterprise Satur day night, and was buried in the Hia watha cemetery yesterday afternoon. The news editor had a hard fight with the adyertising editor today for space. Case & Bishop seemed deter mined to monopoh'zelthe Deflector's columns and came pretty near doing so. The change in postmastera will occur Nov. 1st, positively. Mr.Gorden will be just in time to distribute to the republican candidates their letters of congratulation on their triumphant election. A large amount of sickness is re ported by the physicians. One leading doctor says he has had more calls ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
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