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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 30 July 1885

Abilene Keflector. Thursday, July 30, 1885. The End at Last. Gen. Gkat died at Mt. McGregor last Thursday morning at fc:0i, after months of suspense, during -which time hope had disappeared and medical skill stood powerless to do more than watch for the lesult and ease the sufferings of the last hours. The great Captai n who led armies to kittle, and whose laurels were won on lields of blood, died peace fully in his bed, surrounded by a loving family and sorrowing friends. "The air is full of farewells and mournings for the dead." Yet all over the civil ized world people will hush their private griefs to join in the National sorrow over the passing away of the successful leader of the armies of the llepuhlic whose mission was to prove to mankind that a Government of the People, by the People and for tlie People was not to he a failure. The South fully vies with the Xortli in its expressions of sympathy for the bereaved family. The following from the Georgia Adver tiser is an index t...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 30 July 1885

ATAfcjlJJ XUEtUUl CT in honor of their friend, Miss Fannie Bell, of Kansas City, Mo. The tablesj ThexesideDces.ofC.SSIerriU and J.L strjw noon hurt injur i. ir In HpidtaU VJ'CO 4BIUI D III mim I 111 I -A J USJKAJ 1 HI 1 County Treasurer's Quarterly Report. Showing the amount in the treasury, and the different funds to which it belongs, for quarter ending July 27th, 1885. The cash balance in the treasury is. $22,270 13 Composed of the fDllowing credit balances: State fund County fund County interest fund . .. Chapman city fund School land fund Redemption tuiid.... County school lund County poor farm tund ... Fees on redemptions Unapportioned taxes Total TOWNSHIP FUNDS. Flora township fund. ...... road fund Willowdalo township fund Lincoln " Garfield Holland , Cheever II Buckeye ii Grant ii Sewbern ii Jefferson i Banner i Sherman Hayes ii Center ii Logan Ridgo Hope ti Fragrant HiU i Noble Liberty ii Union Lyon road tund... ii fund roud fund... fund road fund .. fund road fund... fund ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 30 July 1885

.i oci-iai meewug oi tnc Abilene -Vast' lflat lne several members oL this il'ost'l" No. 03, G. A. R., he1-1 .-; t. ... - .JjffCflr the usual baJpc-of-mnnrninT fnr.n,..,.Mi rT Friday evening, Jul' amble and resole adopted: ' M WHEREAS, Iff mander of thef by general on? news of the Grant, direc7 racnt will jc nobl . dece and WlIER' Delinquent Tax List -OF- DICKINSON COUNTY, KAN. STATE OF KANSAS, Dickinson County. i- 7b All tchom it may Concern: t VT"OTiCE is hcreby given that the lollow O B Hoffman se q and lot 4 25 13 2 T C Henry lot 5 26 13 2 C Mollahan lot 1 26 13 2 W B Clarke lots 11 12 and 14 27 13 2 Josephine Streeter lot 2 29 13 2 J F Streeter lot 1 31 13 2 !' lot 4 32 13 2 W H Chillis lot 5 and 2 a lot 4 34 13 2 31 W Hutlman se q ne q 36 13 2 T , SEWBEES TOWNSHIP. X-ucy Buckingham ne q sir q ' tana nw-q se q ana. ,ju acres ;u side mr a sw o . Frederipk Dudley ne q 189 37 33 101 1 2S 1!) 21 40 6 16 3 9 16 3 15 16 3 2 14.2 .I lntr described lands and town lots, sit uated in the ...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 30 July 1885

r' i y u K R. F. RUSSEL & SONS, FIT COLLARS AND WARRANT THEM NOT TO GALL. SEE TIIEIR NEW SLIP TUG HARNESS. SOUTH SIDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. rExtra copies of the Reflector can be lound atSewclI's Book Store, at D'Huy's News and Tobacco Stand and at tbls office. T OCALAND OTHERWISE. JLl Have your prescriptions compounded at John II. Gleissner's Drug Store, east side of Broadway, cor. 3d street. 39-ly The best buggies for children in town at Mrs. Bowman's. Miss Chrisman, of Wasliington, Ta., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hargraves. Major Wise and J. Kruger have im proved their homes by laying new side walks. Mr. Harvey Shadinger was quite sick last week, but Richard is about himself again. Mrs. Lou Martin, of "Walnut, Kas., is in the city as the guest of Mrs. 1$. L. Strother. I lodge Bros, place of business has been painted and improved with a new awning. Should the benefit would from them? bonds carry how much the "south side" derive Master Wille Clark left on Sunday for a few weeks va...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 30 July 1885

r abilebe EEFLECTOP. ---- PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY BT STBOTHES BROS. OUBRBNT COIS2EBNT. fMss. Mabt Fkaxcis Raymond re cently snd James R. Raymond in Brooklyn for absolute divorce. Mrs. Raymond was Miss Mary Francis Hoyt, daughter of Samuel N.Hoyt, brother of Jesse Hoyt, the millionaire. She is a niece of General W. T. Sherman. The famine in the State of Nueva Leon, Mexico, is reported at an end, as the; corn crop is now matured and bemg rushed into the market Corn from the interior is even being shipped to the border, being cheaper than corn imported from the United States. Chaiu.es A. Bobad, whose illness at New Orleans was reported to be a sporadic case of yellow fever, died after recovering from tho fever. During his convalescence there developed malig nant -inflammation of the parotid glands, which resulted in his death. Another dynamite explosion on the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad at Den ver, on the 23d, resulted in the arrest of four young men, who were seen run ning away...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 30 July 1885

J a M A Lt ABILENE REFLECTQP PUBLISHED EVEBT THUESDAY BT BTROTHEE BROS A "MODEL FATHER' 35tory of a Scheming Tragedian . and His Pretty Daughter. ZXiOvr Canning: and Selfish Ambition on , the One Band, and Innocent Purity and Dutiful Devotion on the Other. BT DAVID CHKISTIE MDBEAY. CHAPTER L Continued. The tragedian spoke in quivering tiones, and shook hands in token of for giveness, with so stalwart a grasp that .Mr. Weatberley writhed out of his chair with a somewhat ghastly smile. "Wass the matter?" ho inquired, dreamily, as he resumed his seat Mr. Bassett filled and emptied his class be fore the fatherly agitation of his spirit .had subsided. "You are young, dear boy," he an swered, "and can not understand a lather's feelings. I can not bargain to .sell my child for lucre." Bassett," said Mr. Weatherley, with vinous tears, "I'm afraid I've made most ungentlemanly proposition" (he called it ulgemptly prition; but Mr. Bassett understood him and nodded a .mournful but forgiving ass...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 30 July 1885

j U 11.11 Will I St , I U ; A Gnjat Howl. A great howl has been raised by the irreconcilable Republican organs be cause the present Administration has seen fit to recognize the loyal South by giving a number of important oflices to men who served in the confederate army. In answer to this silly partisan howl, the Xew York Evening Vost, a republican paper of mugwump proclivi ties says: "It is sufficient answer to the Bourbon howl about Democratic appointments of ex-rebels to office to point to the list of ex-rebels placed in positions of authority by Republican administrations, and most of them by President Grant, including Akerman, of Georgia, as Attorney-General; Key, ef Tennessee, as Postmaster-General; Hughes, of Virginia, and Settle, of North Carolina, as Federal Judges; Moaby as consul; Barringer, as a United States Judge in Egypt; LusE, of Xprth Carolina, "Walton ad Chandler, Al&sis sippi, and Xorthnip. of South Carolina, as United States District Attorneys; Orr, of South ...

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. — 6 August 1885

e- VOL. 2. ABILEnSTE, DICKIIsrSOIsr COUNTY, KAJSTSAS, AUG. 6, 1SS5. :sro. 5i. v THE REFLECTOE. rftjuwHf MStS'H 3 B fi I S S 9 H .y A Abilene Keflector. Thursday, Aug. 6, 1885. The Democratic state convention, of Pennsylvania, will be held Aug. 26th. Full particulars of the final resting place for the remains of Gen. Guant on the inside of this paper. Some 35,000 members of the G. A. R. will appear in a body on the occasion of the final obsequies of Gek. Gkakt in New York next Saturday. Attoniey-General Gakland has made a decision that all leases made by the Indians are illegal. Hence the cattle men must go. The frame building at Point Pleasant, Ohio, in which Gen. Guant was born was sold last week for $7,000 cash. It is suggested that the building be re moved to Riverside Park. Judge IIiDii'nitEY, one of the best and most prominent men of the state, is being brought forward by the leading democratic papers of the state as a suitable person for the democrats to elect governor at the ...

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. — 6 August 1885

r t tT Any person who takes tiio paper repn iarlyfrom tho post-office, whether directed to liis nameor whether he is a subscriber or not, is responsible for the pay. The courts have decided that refusing to take newspapers from the post-ofhce. or re moving and leaving them uncalled for. is srima faoie evidence of intentional fraud. ALTRUISM. A TALE. The Lovely Mary, on her way Trom Singapore to Boston Kay. Had cloudless skies and glorious weather, With favoring winds for days together; -And everything was going well, "When, near the Cape, it so befell Thau with a most decided snock, The Lovely Mary struck a rock. "She sank; but as the night was clear. The ocean calm, an Island near, All who could keep themselves afloat "With cask, spar, life-preserver, boat In short, whatever came to hand,) Put off, and safely reached the land; Leaving the gallant ship to sleep -Ueneath the waves nine fathoms deep. "Now, as it chanced, upon that ship, Itcturniug from an Eastern trip. Two scholars sa...

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. — 6 August 1885

) 4 r A A NOVEL STRIKE. The PaetflcMall and Other Steamship Cora panic Refuse to Carry the Mails, Which Cauici the 1'nstraaster General to Stat Some Plain Facts. "Wasiiixgtox, August 1. Five Ameri can steamship companies the Pacific Mail, .San Fraucisco to Australia; the Red 'D,'" INew York to Venezuela; the Clyde, Xew York to Turk's Island; the New York, Ha vana & Mexico and the New York and Cuba, lines have declined to carry the "United States mails after to-day. In coti mentins upon this action Postmaster Gen eral Yilas said: "Certain American steam ship lines, probably under the lead of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company, entered into a combinat on with the purpose of forcinz the distribution amonc them of the $400,000 appropriated by Congress for mile age compensation for carrying the mails. Some of them wrote to the Post-office De partment, desiring to know what terms would be given. I proposed to each of the companies to go to the full limit that the law could allow, and ...

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. — 6 August 1885

' IM y Abilene Eeflectoe. Thursday, Aug. 6, 1885. The Champion Dirt Slinger. The following items of abuse and misstatements from the columns of the Gazette is one reason why the bonds were defeated. To have a man. called George "Washington Eohrer. who has done more to bring disgrace and shame upon the city than any other man in it, put himself up as a director and mould er of the opinions and manner in which this city should be run, is more than the good citizens of this prosperous and rapidly growing city bargained for. And to show how low he could fall in order to carry his point, you will only have to read the ex tracts. Eeader, is it not a disgrace and shame that a paper claiming to be run by a reformed editor, should send out to its readers such vile and slanderous matter about the city which stands second to none in central or western Kansas the beautiful and prosperous city of Abilene. That's right, George, turn your head with shame and stick it in a tub and soak it well: "Th...

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. — 6 August 1885

V ) A R. F. RUSSEL & SONS, FIT COLLARS AKD WARRANT THEM NOT TO GALL. SEE THEIR NEW SLIP TUG HARNESS. SOUTH SIDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. t-Extra copies or the Keflector can be found atSeweU's Boole Store, at D'lluy's 'ews and Tobacco St&nd and at this office. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. ANNOUNCEMENTS. I herein- announce mypelf an a candidate for the office of County Clerk, subject to the action of the Bcnnbllcin county convention. 1 UICHABD WaEIKO. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of Sheriff, subject to the action or the He publioan county convention. KOBKItT KORNS. Have your prescriptions compounded at John M. Gleissuer's Drug Store, east aide of Broadway, cor. 3d street. 39-ly Xiiw, the iun hi fnrnacc flrcth, Cnnsing human flesh to stew. And tlie summer ficndlnquireth: "Ih it hot enough for.you;" D. S. Jackman, of Chapman, was m the city Tuesday. F. B. Lillie, of Chapman, spent Tues day in this place. Rev. Father J. F. Leary was a visi tor in Kansas City last week....

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. — 6 August 1885

AB1LEME KEFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVERY THTJBSDAY BT STFOTHEH BEOS CURRENT COMMENT. About six car loads of live chickens very week pass through Toledo on the Lake Shore, bound East Thousands of colliers at Merthyr Tydvil, Wales, were reported idle owing to the depression in trade. A srECiAL from Laredo says that President Cleveland's order opening up the cattle trail through the Indian Territory has materially stiffened the cattle market in Southwestern Texas. The fastest railroad time ever made 5n Texas was made by Vice President Hoxie, on his special, on the trip from San Antonio to Laredo over the Inter national & Great Northern Railway a few days since. The distance is one hundred and fifty-eight miles, and was covered in three hours and live min utes. At a sale of Burns relic3 at Ayr, Scotland, recently, "Tam o' bhanter" and "Souter Johnnie1' chairs were bought for the Burns cottage for forty-seven pounds each. A wooden, silver-hooped stirrup cup sold for fifty live pounds, and a...

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. — 6 August 1885

i ) -f A ABILENE REFLECTOB PUBLISHED -EVEHr THTJBSDAY BT JSTROTHES BROS. A''MOI)ELEATHER.'' 'Story of a Scheming Tragedian and Sis Pretty Daughter. low Cmrnlnjj and Selfisli Ambition on the One Hand, and Innocent Purity and -Dutiful .Devotion on the Other. BY TAVID CHiaSTIE MURRAY. CHAPTER IL-Costinved. His voice shook a lrttle, and his face Indicated anything but self-possession. "When on tke stage lie told Tollus Au iidius (in what the critics thought his finest passage) that like an eagle in a dovecote, he had fluttered the Volsces in Corioli, he was wont to look exceed ingly brave and noble and read' to face armies. But It is not only in real life that a manmay play brave parts with out mueh inward hero'sm. While he spoke he put -on Jiis hat and moved toward the door, laying a tremulous hand on JackVsleevc. The young fel low nieehauicalLy obeyed rhc impulse uius sku, ami icuicu a bit'), xiu was not withinthe house, and the tragedian, stepping; out, closed the door w.tn a bang. C...

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. — 6 August 1885

IP 7 Delinquent Tax List -OF- DIOKINSON COUNTY, KAN- STATE OF KANSAS, ( RS , Dickinson County. )B" To All whotn it may Concern: NOTICE Is hereby given that the tallow ing described lands and town lots, Mt uatcd In the County of Dickinson and State of Kansas, or m much thereof as may be necessary for that purpose, will on Tuesday, September 1, 1k, and the next succeedlns day thereafter, as may be necessary, b sold by me at public auction, in the County '.Treasurer's ottice, at Abliene, Kansas, for the delinquent taxes and charges thereon for the j ear 181, unless the tame shall be paid before the said day or sale: VMJKA TOWNSHIP. s t r J r Blevins w h and se q 3 11 1 n e q 4 li i VT H Taylor n e q 12 11 1 James E Jones n h nw q IS 1 Geo Dakln s h sw q and s h se q JJ 11 1 WII.I.OWDALE TOWSSUIV. lame Nell sw q J II Kennedy s h nw tj A L iylor shseq - noq II Roomer se q iiurx Foster s h ne q .Mary L Kelfor nw q James Carrol wh se q B C DIckerson sw q John W Garten n h nw q John Korndof...

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. — 13 August 1885

kJ? THE X JL JL 1 A EFLECTOR. VOL. 2, BILEE, DICKinSTSOISr OOTJ2STTY, BZAJSTS-AJS, AUG. 13, 1SS5. ISTO. 52. ABILENE IBHBBIPjjjHr A ) : y A Abilene Keflectoe. Thursday, Aug. 13, 1885. The Springfield Kepuhlican is adver tising a song entitled, "Call Me Back Again." This ought to be a popular campaign song for the republicans in 1888. Institute Notes. Cleveland's Eeply to the Cattle Kings. "There is one point that seems to escape your attention, gentlemen. That point is before my eye. and it is the public interest. "We have lately seen what fear can be created by thirty or forty Indians. "Within two hours a letter has come to my desk from the governor of Kansas urging that the troops on the border of that state be not withdrawn. The highest officer in the army one experienced in Indian af fairsreports the situation in that ter ritory, and says that the cause of the irritation is the presence of cattlemen. A section of country containing 4,250,- 000 acres was set apart for the Indians....

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. — 13 August 1885

fST'All communications for this paper should bo accompanied by the name of the author; not necessarily for publication, but -as an evidence of good faith on the part of the writer. Write only on one side of the pa ;per. Bo particularly careful in giving- names .and dates to have tho letters and fljruru Qloirt md dtstipst IRREVOCABLE. 'The waves leaped upon the low? white beach, Leaped up and ran back again: 'Their tound was almost fashioned in speech Sweet longings and sighs of pain. 'There were tiny shells strewn on the sand, And Margot, our neighbor's daughter, "Went gathering them in her small white hand, w nut- I gazed over the water. J. boat came darting around the pier. My own true lover bringing, JlthI his shout of welcome I could hear Clearer than Margot's singing, "While "O.comcl" he cried, "and sail with me; With spray my mast is wet: AVe'll fly o'er twenty miles of sea Before the sun is set! " But I I thought of the garden wall That held tho winds-aloof. And the sheltered...

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. — 13 August 1885

A 1 y A 3?HE PSESIDENT FIRM. The Cattlemen Present Their Ap peal to Cleveland. The Forty-Day Order Fully Dl-scngscd The Cattlemen Mut Girc "Way andtheOnlerAVIU Stand, Washington, August 5. Tho cattle men's delegation, consisting of Senator Cockrell and Representative John M. Glover, of Missouri; IL D. Hunter, C. C. Rainwater, VT. B. Thompson and II. 3L Pollard, of St Louis; .Mayor Moore, Seth Mabry, T. B. Bulleue and Dr. Munford, of Kansas City; Mr. Torrey, of Providence, IL L; Colonel II. B. Denman, of Washington, and G. B. Peck, of Topeka, called at tho White House at four p. in. yesterday, and met the Presi dent in the library. Senator Cockrell introduced ex-Representative Pollard, who presented to the President the following memorial in behalf of parties Interested: Oa behalf of the lessees of lands in the Cheyenne and Arap ahoe Reservation, Indian Territory, we re spectfully submit the following facts and memorial: First Wo do not doubt that it is the desire of the Government t...

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. — 13 August 1885

Abilene Beflector. Thursday, Aug. 13; 1885. The state prohibition convention will be held at Ottawa, August 25th. It is estimated that over 257,000 peo ple bid Gen. Grant's face farewell in New York last Friday and Saturday. Chicago, so far, is ahead of all other cities. I"p to date she has subscribed $35,000 towards a Grant monument to be erected in that city. The grasp of monopoly is rapidly weakening under the Democratic Ad ministration. Cleveland is working in the interest of the people the labor er as well as the capitalist. President Cleveland, m company with Dr. Wood and Col. Lamont, left Monday for the Adirondack mountains, where the President will rest and enjoy himself until about the first of Septem ber. .No business will be attended to except such as may require immediate action on his part. In the Virginia campaign this year the Republican newspapers have agreed to speak of Fitzhugh Lee as the Rebel Candidate and John S. Wise as the Ex-Rebel Candidate, though as a matr ...

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. — 13 August 1885

V ) A R. F. RUSSEL & SONS, FIT COLLARS AND WARRANT TIIEM NOT TO GALL. SEE TIIEIR NEW SLIP TUG HARNESS. SOUTH SIDE. ABILENE, KANSAS. tFExtra copies or the Reflector can be found atScweU's Book Store, at D'Huy's News and Tobacco Stand and at this office. LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. ANNOUNCEMENTS. I hereby announce myj-clf an a candidate for the office of County Clerk, pnbject to the action of the Republic n comity convention. WtfUBD WaIUNO. I hereby announce mycelf as a candidate for the office of Sheriff, cubject to the action of the Rc pnblioan county convention. Robert Korns. At the earnest solicitation of many friends, I have concluded to become a candidate forthe office of Sheriff of Dickin-on county, cuhject to the will of the voters at the JHepublican primaries, to be held August 20th. Frank L. Ball. I hereby annonnce myself as a candidate for Connty Clerk, fiibject to the will of the Republi can county primancfto be held August 20th, 1S83. A. It. Paulino. I hereby nnnonnco" myfol...

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