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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 28 November 1889

( V fe i - THE GOBBLER S WA!L. ERG ca one fjctr.pon the gray rafl-post I stand and look zsy old eye-glasses through, Knowing full soon I must give cp the ghost To make a holiday feast, -without ado; And, oh, IJIsmiUah, I am feeling blue . :r in a morning paper I hare found That first-class turkeys now brLg eighteen cents per pound! "What though the landscape bright about me lies! "What though the sun its golden nectar spills? ' hat though the crow in somber beauty flies Into the purple glory of the hills! My old anatomy has got the chills; X know that soon ril be stuffed full of sage. And that is why my tears bedew the printed page. lly wattles soon will light the old ash-heap; My pinions soon will make a kitchen brush. A subtle sadness sets me all a-crcep. Ilere in the bosom of the twilight hush I see the beauteous maid in crimson plush Xaugh at the feast in most exultant tone, IVhile with young Thingumbobs she snaps my trail wish-bone. Tis growing mirk, and I can read no more. Goo...

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. — 28 November 1889

THUESDAY, KOVEMBEB 28, 1889. Tie Reflector PiMii Company. ajjxiT.Tcrrosg, J OHN J. COOPER. O. L. MOORE. BICHARD WAKING. A.W.KICE, C. M. HABGEE, B. F. NELSON. JOHN J. COOPER,. .President O. lu MOOttK,. Vlce President Secretary .Treasurer RICHARD WARING,. A. W. BICE. BiCHABD "Waring. Business Manager. The revenue collectorship seems to have slipped a cog. The ladies who are racing around the world are getting altogether too much glory for the amount of work they are doing. Bussell county has a poor farm but not a pauper occupant. Bussell ought to have whisky again and then its poor house would fill up. Montana seems likely to be inflicted with two legislatures. Those states - which have a hard time to worry along with one will pity her. C. S. Martin, of Salina, has gone to Washington to "git" the position of leading clerk of the house of represen tatives. It is a poor year for a Kansas man to "git" but Martin may succeed. "Kansas,' says the New York World, "is the poor man's home. She...

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. — 28 November 1889

C7l ? - ? E-- '- or reyja r f A Ell. '" -Vi i 'i V S " : - r-; GALLON "our, - ow Ki .mixed PAINTS vDRUGG! STV 4 "--v I THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1889. Tile biggest gun in tbe speakership light seems to be a Cannon. Wichita would seem to be a good place in which to stait a first-class, straight republican paper. All villages of five thousand in habitants are to have mail carrier ser vice as the larger have already. The Wichita Eagle is being loudly praised by the democrats; the Eagle must feel proud of its constituency. Gen. Algeu will visit the G. A. R. encampment of the state next January. The soldier boys will have a glorious time. The Hon Edward S. Phelps, lately Minister to England, has prepared for the December Forum an article on di vorce. At.t, this talk about Kansas needing a new constitution is largely wind. She has a pretty vigorous grip on things already. - Ingersolt, is the attorney of tbe Catholic church in a big land suit. Thus business doth make friendships 'mong us all....

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. — 28 November 1889

The idea of bloodless revolutions is Rebel Base-born Cjaiborn jcjons dog. His character equally JThe Driest people in Abilene are at Is Tlf1 &vir -a 4 - I III' f M " II I II I Bl l - ' I JO HI G JO o. KI hi i i tt in tl ni tc b w i "W ! W V i J n i: a a e t c y. ftp. BejMor. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2,8 1839. Hfc V --.; iJnOMBJ3Rl LUMBER! LUMBER! 15 Boards we have got without number, 2-4, 4-4, and a regular stock, 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 secy Tou ask where is the place this confusion is about? Oh! it's the Chicago Lumber Co., the best on the U. P.routc, Loc...

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. — 28 November 1889

" t WE ARE SETTLED AND TABLISHED IN OUR IEW ROOM, on CEDAR BETWEEN THE POSTOFF1CE AND FIRST NATIONAL BANK. I ; l 4' IV it 1 A V A r H For the next two weeks we are offering Surprising Reductions in ail lines of our immense Stock, as an inducement to have you call and see our new stock. Our Great Cost Sale reduced our stock by hundreds of dollars and left us in shape to buy almost an entirely New Line of T an d NOTION j . 1 i.K li 1 CO Keep Uj lllc llYciY otllco ill liiis line uj iiitciiXLa-iJ-ixjui wui tu pw. kj uac uiucitu uj-lu. iwiuwvu uj jjuoia auu. LCicgiajJii, tu jccjj jpavic wiiix uui immense sales of Plush Sacques and Jackets, and are pleased to say that we are now equipped with all sizes in all grades. Eemember, we guarantee every Plush Garment we sell to give perfect satisfaction in wearing. If it does not prove so you have recourse on us. TE OUR LOW PRICES ON DRESS GOODS: Yard-wide Wool Cachmere, All-wool yard-wide Tricot, 4o inch Silk Warp Henrietta, $1.00 Black Silk War...

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. — 28 November 1889

PEEILS OF THE SEA. Sermon By Bev. T. DeWitt Tal- r mage at BrindlsL The Perils Encountered By Those "Who Go Down to the Sea in Ships The Chris tian Life a Voyage Beset with, Perils The Haven Ahead. ThoTjfollowing sermon was delivered by Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage atBrindisi, while on his trip to the Holy Land, and after a week spent among the historic localities of Italy. His text was: .And so it came to pass that they escaped ' all safe to land. Acts xxvii., 41. Having visited your historical city, which we desire to see because it was the terminus of the most famous road of the ages, the Roman Appian Way, and for its mighty fortress overshadowing a city which even Hannibal's hosts could not thunder down, we must to-morrow morning leave your harbor, and after touching at Athens and Corinth, voyage -about the Mediterranean to Alexandria, Eeypt I was reading this morning in my New Testament of a Mediterranean voyage in an Alexandrian ship. It was this very month of November. The ves sel ...

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. — 28 November 1889

r h A n a T FARM AND fARDEN. BREEDING ANIMALS. How to Select Them Iivg That Should Be Observed to Obtain Best Kcsults in Breeding. The person who purchases two breed ing animals as nearly alike as possible and of opposite sex and couples them to gether may obtain offspring resembling the parents, if upon examination he also ascertains that the ancestry of each of the parents were also of similar form, color and quality; and to this add the further condition that the said offspring have also the same feed, care and atten tion. If, says the Breeders' Gazette, the animals coupled be very similar and the ancestry dissimilar, either in color or form, and the treatment and care the same, still the offspring are liable to as sume as many different forms and colors as there are numbers of such progeny. The doctrine of evolution in animals and plants is in direct conflict with the saying that like produces like. Animals are improved by selecting the best and then giving the selected ones add...

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. — 28 November 1889

t $fc $dor; THUBSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1889. EECEirr EEFLECTIOHS. A handsome new sign has been put up by the Abilene Sign Co. to ad vertise that institution. War has been carried into Turkey in Dickinson connty, judging from the way poultry is making its appearance in the market this week. Over one hundred dollars' worth of library books for the high school libra ry are on the way and will soon be in place on the high school shelves. Judge Peck issued a license to W. T. Eeynolds, of Beverly, and Miss Cora E. Allison, of Solomon City, to tread the rose-strewn paths of matrimony. The Lost Springs Courier has ceased from being troubled by delin quent subscribers. A pathetic note from the postmaster informs us that 'the Courier has dide." The Reflector is! thinking of putting on a special Reflector train on Sbipe's railroad to deliver the great moral illuminator and family monitor in advance of all contemporaries. An exceedingly difficult operation for strangulated hernia was performed ucce...

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. — 5 December 1889

?S ( s&-?tA-, y l&CCJ &bilew TWELVE PAGES. ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, DEC, 5, 1889. VOL. VH, NO. 15. $- k t jtrtof . w Ifeekin I 1 t r 2 COUNTY AND CITY GOVERNITTS COUNTY OFFICIAI.S. M. B. Nicholson Judgo of Diet Court W.S.Anderson Dist-Clerk. Miss Lizzie Anderson -..Deputy ' C.C. Bitting. County Attorner D. W.Naill Sheriff 8. J. Ellison Under M.H. Bert County ClerV G.D. Keifer Deputy " J.J.Cooper County Treasurer E.H.Dlngee Deputy " " W. D. Nichols Register of Deeds Mrs. H.T.NicholB... Deputy " B. W.Peck Probate- Judge J. S. Ford Sup'tof Public Instruction A. C. Komlg , County Surveyor J. W. Baker, Chairman, ) Simon Stein, ..Co. Commissioners H.W.Kandt, J Edmund Keller Coroner CITY OFFICIALS. C.H.LEBOLD . Mayor COD-VCILIIKN FIItST WAI1D. W. J. "Winfleld. President M. Huffman SECOND WJLItD. J. N. Shane....... ....H. H. Kee TIIIKD WARD. B.B. Jacobs John Heed FOUUTH WARD. D.W.Howard W.N.Hendricks Bepa lar meetings, first Friday in each month I. S.Hallam City Treasu...

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. — 5 December 1889

UNCLE AARON; -OR,- A WIFE REDEEM STTi -t tr A Pathetic Story of a Woman's Folly and a Man's Heroism. BY JIBS. ISOBBX H. FLOYD. r Copyright, 188911 . CHAPTER VL COSIISUEP. - Rose glanced up at him, shivered, a little, and tie went on nervously punching holes in the soft green moss. "See that calf iown there trying to poke its nose through inuTthat other field! He don't see -why that fence is there he can't see why. But he wants to get on the 'tother side of it the foolish critter 1 The field he's in now hasbetterIodderinto't,buthe sees other critters a feeding over there and thinks they're havin' a better time than he is. Human critters are very like him," went on Uncle Aaron, half smiling; "never satis fiednever satisfied I Now, child tell mo the truth; are you satisfied with your life now!" Rose flushed a little but answered: "No, I have often been very lonely." "My poor child," said Uncle Aaron, sym pathetically, his big hand seeking hers, and patting it gently. "Go on, tell me of...

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. — 5 December 1889

it R V r A t A I r CAMP-FIRE STORIES. FEEDING THE ENEMY. Morgan's Raiders Enjoy a. Meal Prepared for tlioBoys In Bine. In July, 1SG , the border counties along the Ohio river north of Kentucky were raided by John Morgan's guerril las, who gathered as they went good horses and mules fpr army use. Nearly every able-bodied young man was at the front m the Union army; consequently those left at home, unused to war or raids, were wildly excited when Mor gan's raid was begun. On a public road very much traveled, in an old weather-beaten house which had since the year 1800 stood the wear of time, three members of a patriotic family bravely "kept things moving on," though the "mainstays" had gone into the Union army at the first call. "Grandpa" Drummond, though eighty years old, managed the farm and di rected the hired men, while Aunt Piety cooked and served to the passing travel ers such good meals that they made it a point to try to reach tho Drummond house to srend tho night when on thei...

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. — 5 December 1889

.r " " --- s-iJi -i , ifc Hefiecto THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1889. "Be BeMor Mliii Conpany. JOHN J. COOPER. O. L. MOOHE. RICHARD WAKING. A.W.MCE, C. M HABGER, B. F. NELSON. johw J. COOPER. President O. L. MOOKK.. BiCHARD WARING, W fiIU-2 - ..Vice President Secretary .Treasurer You can tell an old-fashioned man by the way he reads the president's message. If he takes it all in from A to izzard, it is safe to bet that he has no new-fangled notions. The exiled emperor of Brazil lost his titled with his crown and is now plain Mr. Peter Braganza. Pete was always a clever fellow and the boys will probably dub him colonel after awhile. Still they Come. Judge James Humphrey, one of the Bailroad commissioners is a democrat and was an original anti-prohibitionist, but the judge is an honest man and he is not afraid to tell the truth he says: "I voted and worked against the prohi bitory amendment when it was adopted, but after eight years observation of its workings, I would under no circum stance...

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. — 5 December 1889

vas ?? ise-t! a onf rr 11 -"51; 9& ANTIQUE FURNITURE. It Is Regularly Turned Oat by Hundreds of Factories. The rage for having furniture of the antique pattern has grown wonderfully during tho last few years. Antique oak dining suits, bed-room suits and hall furniture seem to be the most popular, but any thing of an antique character now sells very rapidly. Many purchasers who are furnishing their houses really believe that they are buying furniture which some old-time Puritan has used. In this they are greatly mistaken. Antique articles are manufactured every day in the different warehouses. A furniture dealer recently talked with a reporter on this subject. lie said: "A few years ago agents used to be sent all through the rural parts of New En gland to pick up superannuated furniture of every kind such as was found astray in farm-houses, village attics, coun try hotels and elsewhere, having been handed down from generation to generation in the families of long-resident natives...

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. — 5 December 1889

-I & 3-f: - CO TTMBER! Boards we 2-4, 4-4 and a regular stock, 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 ha7, 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. i. fMrnusAiv?! iJi'9 -x fiffiSW s$m3&m kiJMmMmmzmm 72z&d2Z:zexzlww forSnfants "Ca-itorlRNfto-rcUadaptodtochJldrenthat S I rpcoamccl it as supenor to cay prescription fc-,r,.. rr, . t a t n I kaowu to rue. tL A. Aecees, jL D., I Ill Bo. Ox...

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. — 5 December 1889

m : v "? rvfRy , GALLON S: )Cf ? iCr OUR.- OWMi VUXED.'AINSJ XpAUGGi-sfs s Enterprise Etchings. Enterprise, Kas., Nov. 28. Spe cial correspondence Hon. C.Hoffman made a trip to Topeka Saturday. Edward Yolkman and Clay Scott, two of the Harrison Xormal boys, spent Sunday at Woodbine with their par ents. D. L. Holter came up from district 69 to spend Saturday and Sunday, and in company with O. L. Bates attended the Xorth Dickinson Teachers' associa tion five miles north of Chapman- Prof.C. L. Shaver is visiting relatives in Nebraska. Jno. A. Flack made a business trip to Topeka and Emporia last Friday, returning Monday. In the hose practice today, (Tuesday) the fire department boys behaved nice ly; all are well pleased with the result, considering the weather. 33. H. D'Huy, of Abiiene, was on our streets the first of this week. f (je lefktor. t ensv, AH; 1 i, 'I e. L" V m 5 1 yonrp ; M. ' 1 of Bi-. f-- fc.v DAY,, ABC) IlifF Vfi Ford,'. Florid atermi s. is af tej f D. W.K .vas in! . ' ...

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. — 5 December 1889

eli .cc RD ABJ A I i ; r TO (MGRESS. President Harrison Treat3 on tho Tariff, the Silver Question, CHINAMEN AKD FOREIGN RELAIIOSS, The Post-offlce, CiTlI-Serrlce, Steamship Subsidies, Cattlemen, Cherokees, and Other Matters of Interest. Washington, Dec. 4.-The President's raes a"e wa received in both houses of Congress yesterday at noon and is principally as fol lows: , ,. To the Senate and House of Representative: Few transactions in the administration 01 government are even temporarily held in the conlldencc of those charged with tho conduct of public business. Every step taken Is under the observation of an Intelli gent and watchful people. The state of the Union U known from day to day and sugges tlons as to needed legislation find an earlier voice than that which speaks in these an nual communications of the President to Congress. Goodwill and cordiality have character ized our relations and correspondence with other Government, and the year closed leaves few international ques...

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. — 5 December 1889

rp P?'11!- "'"' ,,!"?:' J8S"3C:?lfrT- H- WE ARE SETTLED AND ESTABLISHED ;t- fc4 IN OUR; a , & NEW 1500 II , on CEDAR ST BETWEEN THE POSTOFFICE AND FIRST NATIONAL BANK. 9 ii .-- -w- ' - - fe ' bV y n i f i A t ! R : r . For the next two weeks we are offering Surprising Reductions in all lines of our immense Stock, as an inducement to have you call and see our new stock. Our Great Cost Sale reduced our stock by hundreds of dollars and left us in shape to buy almost an entirely New Line of DKY to keep up tO Keep lip Llie lLWiy SaltJb ill tins line vy inaLULaniixi uui iuvr piiv;ca. tt c nave uiucicu aiiu. icuiuucu uy xixaix aiiu LCicgiajJii, lj ivccjj jjauc wiljul uui immense sales of Plush Sacques and Jackets, and are pleased to say that we are now equipped with all sizes in all grades. Eemember, we guarantee -every Plush Garment we sell to give perfect satisfaction in wearing. If it does not prove so you have recourse on us. Yard-wide Wool Oachmere, All-wool yard-wide Tricot, Thes...

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. — 5 December 1889

KEIXECTOK PUB. CO., Proprietors. ABILEJ-'E - KANSAS. I CURRENT COMMENT. FnANcrcHas recognized the Brazilian Bepublic. A serious strike is on cigarmakera in Havana. xmong the The Haytian. Minister discredits re ports of a revolt inHayti. He thinks theipeople have not yet rested from re centifighting. "Nearey S7,000 reward has been of creSSbrfth'e conviction of the persons wllSfired into the Jewish stores at Lake Providence, La. Henry II. Stanley has sold his forthcoming book outright to .Sampson, Low & Co., the London publishers, for the sum of 40,000. Navy officials are not satisfied with theTesults of the trials of the dynamite cruiser Vesuvius. The contractors may be required to run the vessel an hour at 3,200-horse power. Indications of another invasion of Egypt by Dervishes multiply. Travel 'ers from Khartoum arriving at Wady Halfi report the Mahdi collecting a great army to avenge the defeat at Toski. The commission of Virgil P. Clayton :as postmaster at Columbia, S. C.,has...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 5 December 1889

Uf IS R. K V 't rv i B y ft - 4 r k u REFLECTOR PUB. CO., Proprietors. i ABILENE. - KANSAS. MEMORY'S MUSIC. The old man sits In the sunshine of the autumn afternoon, And Memory, over and over, sings to the same old tune, "While the ripened leaves are falling like rain on his" silver head, A song of the days that's vanished and the dear ones that are dead. It sings of the heautlf ul summer that came with a dream of love. To make a fair world fairer. "True heart, in the world above," Be whispers low, as he listens to the song by Memory sung, "The love will lire on forever that came while we were young." There comes a change in the singing a lullaby's low refrain; Be hears the heart of the mother beat In the music's strain; He sees her again with her baby cradled upon her breast; And, forgetting the graves on the hillside, his heart is abrim with rest. Then through the lullaby's cadence, a low, sad minor creeps, And again by the baby's cradle the old man kneels and weeps; The sound of ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 5 December 1889

torn i ffcr Mefiector. THUBSDAY, DECEMBEB 5, 1889. &ECEHT BEFLECTIOHS. When.nrtldenn greet Upon tbd street, Exchanging lore and klises too. Ton most admit, At the eight oflt, Sott "Here's ft pretty tow-dye-do." The new creamery will be put in operation next Monday, if nothing pre vents. Bumors of important changes in business ownerships are current on the street. Gentlemen wiU not and others must not disfigure the walls of the post office lobby. A marriage license was issued to John Armstrong and Miss Ida Hart man of Newbern. Professional safe blowers operated at McPhnrson night before last. They only got $30 and some postage stamps. Mrs. Whitney pleasantly enter tained her Sunday school class at her home on East Fifth street Saturday nignt. A strong effort will be made to save many young men during the re vival services which have just been begun. The local weather indications are for Kansas: Fair, except in eastern portion; light rain; lower temperature; northerly winds. The M...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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