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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 25 June 1885

r HUCATIONAL COLUMN. Berry Bros. Mercantile Company's ASTOUNDING EDITED BY IE D. HOBNADAY, County Supt. HOEMAL INSTITUTE. C fc ? The Dickinson County Normal Institute will open Monday, July $7tb,1885,in the central school build ing for a term of four weeks, to be conducted by J. M. Greenwood, C. " Q. Bullock, W. S. Jenks and Miss Emilie Kuhlman. Let every teacher in the County attend this session and do honest work, and we will hare the best and most satisfactory Institute ever held in this or any other County. So large a proportion of the teach ers of the oountry schools are young men and women of energy and am bition and little experience, that the guidance and assistance of the older nd more successful teachers are to them invaluable. There is no way in which this can bo imparted so easily and effectively as through the medium of the ordinary teachers' institute. Classes will bo formed in all the branches in which a teacher will be required to be examined for any grade of certifi...

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. — 2 July 1885

H i V '. W& v&'., -" 7?&365 THE ABILENE REFLECTOR. "VOL. 2, AJBILEISTE, DICKIIsrSOISr COUNTY, ELAJSTS.A.S, JULY 2, 1885. NO. 46. 7 X Abilene Eeflectoe. Thursday, July 2, 1885. B. L. STROTHER, Editor. President Cleveland. The following pointed article "vve take from the Topeka Journal: "As the wisdom of the policy inaugurated by President Cleveland becomes more thoroughly understood, it is gratifying to note the hearty acquiesence therein by the representative democrats of the county. The chagrined and ba'ttled re publicans, who have prophesied wide spread dissatisfaction in the democratic party, as a consequence of the slowness of the change of the Federal office hold ers, bend their ears, but fail to catch the slightest note of disaffection. Dr. Geo. II. Miller, the well known editor of the Omaha Herald, who has just returned from a "trip to Washing ton, gives his views on the administra tion in an interesting editorial in his paper. In his dispassionate view of the pol...

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. — 2 July 1885

SP"AD. communications for this pnoer duuuiu ij tMuuxpaiuoa ay uio name or tne as an evidence of good faith on the part of mo nuiw. tt ri ouiy on one Biao 01 tne pa per. Be particularly careful in giving names and dates to have the letters and fljrures Slain and disticot. A FOREST HYMN. The slowing sun is riding high .Amid the arches of the sky. Dreamy air lies still. No sound disturbs tho leafy plado Save that by busy wood bill mado Upon some ancient trunk, decayed Calm broods o'er vale and hill. "Jn such an hour I love to stray From haunts of toiling men away, 'Mid forest depths profound; There, in a bli89 of solitude, Where no dull cares of earth intrude. And Nature breathes sweet quietude The grand old trees around The heart by daily caros oppressed. The wearied spirit tindcth rest. As, pillowed on the sod, "With nought above but leaf and sky, And loving look of Heavenly Bye, Perchance with angels hovering nigh, I dream of Nature's God. Edward A'. Rlcliards, in Current. "STAK-SPA...

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. — 2 July 1885

n. It - 1 h iSfAM I -f ffwi r THE CRANO ARMY. Parade of 25,000 Veteran' -Euioffr n Grant. PoimAxi), Me., June 24. The second day of the national encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic w.is as beauti ful as could be desired for the great proces sion. The streets through which the parade was to pass were crowded with people and gay with beauty. At eleven o'clock the signal gun for starting the procession fired, and the great line moved forward without confusion. Xot until the procession had passed a given poi t was it made apparent how great the number of Grand Army men were now hero. It had been cal culated. It would require two hours for the procession to pass, but it took more than three hours. The most careful estimate of the number of men in line place the figures at 23,001), of which number 20, 000 wore the uniform of the Grand Army of the Republic. Commander-in-Chief Kountz was gieeted with generous applause from rII sides, and General Logan, who rode in r oarriage with C...

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. — 2 July 1885

Ajbilene Eeflectob. Thursday, July 2, 1885. Ex-Gov. Glick and Senator Lowe nre in the bag for U. S. Marslialship, but political "Knowing ones" say there will not be any change in the marshal ship for some time. Ex-Gov. Glick returned from "Wash ington last week and says it is reasona bly certain that President Clevelat will visit the principal cities of Kansas this fall. Gov. IIoadley, ot Ohio, says he can not and will not be a candidate for Governor of Ohio, next fall. If the Gov. is determined in this stand, the Beflectok would suggest that the Democrats work shoulder to shoulder for the nomination of the grandest Roman of them all Judge Allek G. Tiiukman. Should he be nominated Mr. Fokakek would be laid up on the shelf. Attorney General Gaklaxd is en titled to the democratic banner. A complete change in the force in the de partment of justice has been about completed. All the assistant attorneys general, with one exception, are now democrats. And this one has been asked to resign...

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. — 2 July 1885

x R. F. RUSSEL & SOKS, FIT COLLARS AND WARRANT THEM NOT TO GALL. SEE THEIR NEW SLIP TUG IIARNESS. SOUTH SIDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. OTExtra copies oftlie Reflector can be found atSewell's Book Store, at b'Huy's Sews and Tobacco Stand and at this office. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. Have your prescriptions compounded at John M. Gleissner's Drug Store, east side of Broadway, cor. 3d street. 3(J-ly J. F. Berry took in the city of Leav enworth last Saturday and Sunday. Read the new advertisements and locals in this week's Reflector. Sam Cooper and wife are visiting for their health at Hot Springs, Arkansas Miss Frankie Baker is in Lawrence visiting her friend Miss Lizzie "Wilder. Question "Are you going to Man- liattanV life." Answer ' 'You bet'yer sweet Go with the soldier boys to Manhat tan on the Fourth. Only $1.00 for the round trip. Mrs. "W. II. Snyder, of Georgetown, Colo., is visiting in Abilene, with Mrs. Clins. Crane. Dr. Garcelon and W. L. Cooley have been beautifying their residences ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 2 July 1885

" " " 1 ! -j ABILENE REFLECTOB - PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY STT?OTHEB BBOS OUBBSNT COMMENT. The Russian Government has issued a decree increasing the tariff on im ports ten to twenty per cent. The South American Steamship Company's steamer Cachagjal reports that the Italian steamer Italia has been totally -wrecked. Sixty-five lives were lost. THE WOEU) AT LAEGE. A Summary of the Daily News. A Commissioxek was reported to "have left Honolulu for Washington, empowered to open negotiations for the annexation of the Sandwich Islands to the United States. Tire first edition of General Gor don's diary, comprising one hundred .and fifty thousand copies, has been sold. General Gordon's private Chin eac diary is announced for August. The man reported to have committed suicide after losing his money at Monte Carlo recently was an American, not an Armenian, as at first stated. His name has been learned to be Henry Ivnapp. The fire in the North Ashland (Pa.) Colliery was reported still burning...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 2 July 1885

y I A ABILEEE EEFLECTOE1 PUBLISHED EVEBY THUBSDAY BT -STBOTHES BEOS. iLILACS. 'The same sweet blossoms year by year Come back with gracious greeting: 'Ibis little purple cluster here Sets all my pulses beatiujr. .Not with tho ptiExion typilied By the-red rose's splendor, IJJut with the memor 3 that bide, With Time, tbtrue and tender. "With these dear blossoms in my hand Some miracle hath found me. I walk in childhood's happy land, With sunshine all around me. 'The flowers bloom, the waters flow. The sing.iiir birds are mated; And over wide fields to and fro The winds blow, fragrance freighted. iAnd while I look, the years glide on, And 1. a loving mafacn, -Again beneath a summer moon Stand in a lover's Alden; Upon the bosom of my gown I wear the purple beauty: While tender e--es in mine look down, And love is one with duty. "When to his door, a happy bride, I made my glad home-coming, "The little patli on either side Was fragrant with their blooming. On every path my feet have trace...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 2 July 1885

-.- -s HHJCATIOIAL COLDMS. EDITED BY D. D. HOBffADAY, County Supt The Bohool board of the Pyke dis trict, east of town, are Drenarine to build a good school house this summer. This being one of the richest country dislriots in the county, they do not pro pose to be behind the times in education al facilities. The Wilson district, north of town, has just completed a fine building, which reflects honor on the school board and tho patrons of the district. In the Bradfield district, just south of the river, a twelve hundred dollar building is going up. Dickinson is the banner county on the educational list. , Prof. 0. M. Crary will conduct the Marion County Institute. J. D. McLaren, who assisted in our Institute last year, will teach in the Wil son Co. Normal this year. The question of grading the country sohools is being agitated in a large num ber of counties in this State. Seventy districts in Dickinson County have been practically graded for the past two years. Regular monthly exami...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 9 July 1885

S U" t z i . CcC tf-v --"- V VOL. 2. .BILEIsrE, rICKINSOISr COTTNTY, KAJSTSjS, JULY 9, 1SS5. ISTO. 47. ng THE ABILENE REFLECTOR I p - V It Abilene Eeflectok. Thursday, July 9, 1885. B. L. STROTHER, Editor. Gov. Hoadlky positively declines to be a candidate for governor of Ohio at the coming fall election. lie predicts democratic success in that state and says the democratic party there is per fectly solid. Quite a number of the republican papers of Nebraska and Kansas have brought forward the name of Hon. John J. Ingat-ls, as a possible republi can candidate for President in 1888. The suggestion may bear fruit, but if it should it would never ripen. An Interesting letter. To the Abilene Reflector. I have just finished reading the arti cle, "An Indian Pueblo," which ap peared in last week's Heklectok. The letter was as delicious and musical in its run as it was interesting and valua ble in its contents. Knowing the ex quisite style of Mrs. Bowman's writ ings I shQuld have named her a...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 9 July 1885

"T tyjUl communications for tnis paper thould be accompanied by the name of thi Author; not necessarily for publication, bu -as an evidence of good faith on the part o .the writer. Write only on one side of the pa per. Be particularly careful in giving name and dates to have the letters ana fijrur Dluin And fliet'not DOWN TO THE SEA. T know not what its course may be Down from the mountain to the sea: The spring I know, alono and still, "Where bubbles forth a little rill. The clear, brown streamlet well I know, . And how its hurrying waters flow. -At first the grasses turn to make A sotter ruuncl for its sake; The careless buttercup looks down And sends a petal to the town. As, whisp'ring to the happy day. The brook sets forth upon its way. Farther, briprht pebbles line its bed And gleam and glance beneath its tread. It rushes through the alder shade Nor loiters for the open glade. Down swift cascades it flics and sings Shakes the white spray in airy wings; Then, plunging, with a de...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 9 July 1885

L r. su L A JFOEEIGN NEWS. Tlie Transformation in the British Cabinet Completed. The "Work Already Cat Oat for the Admin istration IrUh, Egyptian and Afghan Afliilrs Itequirlng Attention Opposi tion to Lord Chnrchlll. London, June 28 The transformation Bcene is ended ; yesterday the last Depart ment of State held by the Liberals was surrendered, and now every public office In the British Empire is under Tory rule as effectively as though the country had been appealed to by general election and returned the Conservatives to power by a triumphant majority. The difference be tween a' ministry backed by a majority and a Cabinet working with a minority vote will be appreciated after the reas sembling of Parliament on the Cth of July. Opposition at the polls to ministers who, as members of the House of Commons, must seek re-election on taking office Is threatened, but such threats are invaria bly made and rarely carried into effect. Seats are always waiting to be vacated for ministers who...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 9 July 1885

-,1 .rf- r f t V & a Abilene Reflectok. Thursday, July 9, 1885. The New Bailhoad. For some time there lias been a 'hum" and "ruff"' -with some of the "schemers1' of the county in the inter est of securing a new railroad for Abi lene, and their actions have been quiet, but we see by the Topeka papers of the 8th that matters are progressing, and by the following item from -the Com monwealth it would seem that we are in a fair way to have a competing railroad line. The Reklectok is ever on the alert and will keep its readers posted in the matter, as we are heartily in sympathy with securing a competing railroad line. Let the good work go on: "J. R. Burton and Dal Valentine called last evening. Last evening they filed a charter for the Omaha, Abilene & Wichita Railway Company. It pro rides for building a railroad fiom Oma ha to Wichita, tlrrough the counties of Washington. Clay, Dickinson, Marion, Harvey, Butler and Sedgwick. The place of business at Wichita." Tna Fourth in Abil...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 9 July 1885

1 R. F. RUSSEL & SONS, FIT COLLARS AND WARRANT THEM NOT TO GALL. SEE THEIR NEW SLIP TUG HARNESS. SOUTH SIDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. rr-Extra copies of the Reflector can be found atScwell's Book Store, at D'Huy's "ewB ana Tobacco Stand and at this office. LOCAL AND OTHEBWISE. R. N. Curtis spent Sunday visiting friends in Topeka. Mrs. H. C. "Warm Tuesday's mail train. went west on Have your prescriptions compounded at John M. Gleissner's Drug Store, east side of Broadway, cor. 3d street. 39-ly Topeka claims a population of 30,118. The County Commissioners are in session this week. The delinquent tax list will be pub lished next week. Mr. B. J. Xeal, of Topeka, is in Abi lene on a business trip. Sirs. Snyder left on Tuesday for her home in Georgetown, Col. Miss Delia Thornton returned week fiom a visit in Illinois. The prohibitionists of Ohio nominated a full State ticket last have Harry Coggershall, of Louisville, Ky., is visiting his brother, Hon. C. N., at Solomon City, Isaac Shocky l...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 9 July 1885

AB1LEM REFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVERY THTJBSDAT BT STROTHEE BROS. CURRENT COMMENT. Nea jilt all the glass works of South--ern New Jersey put out their fires on "the 1st for two months. A fokce of volunteers has defeated the Sanchez" band in Cuba, and cap lured Commander Pedro Estrada. Secretary Lamar has appointed his sou, L. Q. C. Lamar, Jr., as his steno .grapher and private secretary, to fill xhe vacancy caused by the promotion of E. P. Hanna, made in February last TnE Pope has issued an order di recting the Ultramontane newspapers published in Rome to maintain a friend ly attitude toward the Italian Govern ment This action of the Pope implies an important change of policy on the part of the Vatican. The sons of General Garfield ap peared prominently in the class day cxercises of Williams College, Williams towu, Mass., recently. James R. was one of the Marshals of the day and Hany A. pronounced the oration. His subject was "Socialism,' and the ad dress was delivered in a deliberate, j...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 9 July 1885

J . AB11EHE EEFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BT STROTHEH BROS. IN THE ATTIC. fcLonely is this place, this darksome upper story, with broken, leakinjr roof, and walls gTay, black and houry. if hut from outer world, from sunlight's flow ing ylory. Holding wonders still from ages past. moves, like spirits, moan for all the grandeur waMcd, Winds of winter sigh the splendor that was tasted, Ere by Time's .TUde hand 'twas to this ruin halted. Why did not the ancient glory last? in yonder corners dusk, 'neath rafters rot ten. Stands the wooden wheel that Fpun the wool and cotton. . As the " li-el of Wfc spun worthy deeds for xotici:. Spider' webs about it now are bound. Tor liitfrty and freedom fought this musket rw-lv: FoiikIk 'his ln-oken swonl, to human right net- :ru-tv: Sotmlil tortli this bujrle, like this bass drum liu-iy. May it not have music still to sound? Peaceful hre tliey lie, as though with jo3 . loi-p'ik n. Never more tli sound of battle to awaken. For th unit that used t...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 9 July 1885

" I i MSB MUCATIOSALCOLUffl. ABSTEACTS ! ABSTEACTS ! "We have the onlv complete set of ab Berry Bros. Mercantile Company's ASTOUNDING stracts of titles in the county. Ab EDITED BY D. D. HOBffADAY, County Supt stracts promptly made at customary rates. T. C. Henry & Co. ICE-CREA A good school house "will be built in the Clem Bell district this sum frier. :&l a. w M We will endeaver to find .suitable boarding places for all who wish to attend the Normal. We are preparing a circular which gives the text book law in full also a discussion of the subject. -- Copies of course study for Nor. mal at Sewells and Mrs. M. M. Bowman's. County uniformity will give the people cheaper books in price and better schools. Recce Jones of Atchison county U engaged to teach the Doming ichool. Mr. J. comes highly recom mended as a successful teacher. lie trill give us the benefit of his exper ience in our Normal Institute. We would urgo every teacher who intends to teach in Dickinson county the co...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 16 July 1885

-&&" .. . ABILE FLECTOE. VOX,. 2. A-BILETSTE, IDICKIlSrSOlSr OOTJ2STTY, KANSAS, JULY 16, 1SS5 2STO. 48, 4T THE fc b"v IHBiFpPvBrHHiHHHuH L Mr-i y A Abilene Beflectob. Thursday, July 16, 1885. PROCEEDINGS Of the Hoard of County Commissioners of Dickinson Co., Kas., at their July Session. The Board met as required by law, at the office of the County Clerk, on Mon day, .July 0, 1SS5, all the members pres . enL Clem Bell, "W. C. Gilliland and W. IL Logau, were appointed viewers on a road petitioned lor by John "Watts and others in Holland township. On motion the Board decided to leave the son of R. Heed, at his father's house in Enterprise, and not move hiin to the Poor House, believing that it wonld liUi. be for the best interests of the county to do so. On motion the allowance of ten dollars per month was continued. The resignation of J. D. Hose, Consta ble of Center township, wis read and, on motion accepted, and M. B. McJRiel was appointed to lill the vacancy. The resignatio...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 16 July 1885

- we - An j person wlio takes the paper rero larlyfrom the post-office, whether directed to Ills name or whether he" Is a subscriber or not, Is responsible for the par. The courts have decided that refusing to take newspapers from the post-office, or re moving and leaving: them uncalled for, V prima facie evidence of EfTENTTOHAii niAtJB. THE OLD MOWER. Recently read before the Ruggies Street (Boston) Young Men's Union. In the days of my youth I remember An old mower sang- me this rune: ""The aftermath of the September , Is not the sweet clover of June." JVnd he said: -Whatever thy station. Whatever thy hands may employ Be true to thy best inspiration, 'Tis thy Angel of Hlessings, my boy. "Then swjf t runs' his scythe, thatold farmer's. And fast fell the grass to the rune: "The aftermath of the September Is not the sweet clover of June.' " The osprcy's green wings drifted o'er me, On the sun-tides, while glinting below, The bob o-linka toppled before me. And the wind blew the daisies...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 16 July 1885

s v A AN AMEEICAN WIFE. The New Factor in an English Political Canvass. "Mutual Attraction at a Parisian DInnei Provides Lord Randolph Churchill a Good Wife, a Good Fortune and an Admirable Political Helpmeet. St. Louis, Mo., July 5. The Iiepubli can of this morning contains the follow ing special correspondence, which Ii pertinent to the time In view of events now transpiring In England: A few years ago Miss Jennie Jerome, the second daushter of Leonard Jerome, attended a swell dinner-party In Paris. Among the distinguished guests was Lord Randolph Churchill. His attention was attracted to her by her beauty and the fluency and brilliancy with which she carried on conversation In French. lie addressed her, and soon the lord con fined his conversation to her. Those who sat near them stopped talking, and listened to them with undisguised ad miration. Miss Jerome was noted for her conversational powers, but they had never seemed to her friends as brilliant as on this occasion. Lord Ran...

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