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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 24 September 1885

U t T3TAll ocmmnnlcatlons for Hits papa 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 sldo of the pa per. He particularly careful in giving natneJ and dates to hare the letter and fctfurer Eluin and dlitieot- A "MODEL FATHER." "Story of a Scheming Tragedian and. His Pretty Daughter. Xotr Cunning and Selfish Ambition on the One Hand, and Innocent Purity and Dutiful Devotion on the Other. BY DAVID CIIKlSTIK HURRAY. CHAPTER VIII. CONTINUED. Half-way down Oxford street he de scried a four-wheeler crawling along the road, and hailed the driver. After some chaffering, the man consented to lake them; but when they were once in side the vehicle and rumbling slowly over the mu filed stones, a little dis comfiture touched the Irishman's heart. It was counting somewhat rashly on the best friend's forbearance and kindness, to propose- to rouse him at such an hour in order to leave ...

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. — 24 September 1885

w, - - y ( i V i A THE CORN CROP. Tlatterlnp; Report Coruinjj In From 5fany of th" State as to tbC Condition of the Growing Crop. Ixdiaxapolis, September 16. The In diana Farmer, an ajcricnltural weekly of this city, which has an organized bureau of crop correspondence, gives the following: There has been no damage to corn in In diana by frost The crop in the southern half of'the State is now sufficiently matured to be out. of danger from frost In the northern half of the State the late corn, which is. about thirty per cent of the crop in that section, might be hurt from any hard frosts durine the next seven days, but after that there will be no dancer. Tlio general crop, as to condition and yield in the State, will be above the average. Some counties, taking 100 as an average, are reporting 130 per cent for condition and probable yield. There will be more bushels of merchantable corn crown in Indiana this ear than ever grown before." Si'inxc.KiKLD. III., September 17. The corn crop...

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. — 24 September 1885

Belle Spring. The weather continues pleasant and fanners are busy -with their fall work. The corn crop is unusually heavy in this part of the county. "Wheat will be sown very late this fall owing to fears entertained by the farmers that Hessian fly would prove injurious to early sowing. The new residences of J. 33. l.unuy and Geo. B. Herr are among the num ber of substantial improvements in this section of country. Three gentlemen from Ohio were visiting here last week. They ex pressed themselves as being liignij pleased with this country and expect ta locate here in the near future. Hog cholera has made its appearance in the vicinity, and some of our neigh bors have lost quite a number by the XelsonBarnhart, of Ontario, Canada, has returned to his home well pleased .-. Tioi-incnn onimtv. He expects to i Va T1 H. H. HAZLETT & co PWARE1WHTER. purchase property and locate here per- znanentiy. . , . John I Herchebroth leaves for his home in Pennsylvania this week. His many friends ...

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. — 24 September 1885

-arn - alE 1 k I 4 f lent The Anglo-American Theory of the Sabbath. BY T. F. 8. ARTICLE III. In article ii, of Aug. 27, first para graph, third line, read basis for lapsis; and in fifth paragraph, 16th line, read shipyards for stripe yards. In the further discussion of the sub ject, -we here present stronger evidence, an order of President Lincoln, issued in consequence of an interview with a dep utation of the Xew York Sabbath Com mittee, which were accompanied by the Seretaries of War, the Xavy, Rear- Ad miral Poote, and introduced by Gov. Morgan, of .New York. In this order issued at Washington, D. C.,.Xoy. 15,1802, -The President, Commander-in-Chief of the Army and NaTy, enjoins the orderly observance of the Sabbath, by both ollicers and men 1h the military and naval service." Af ter reiterating the same arguments giv en by Washington and McClelland, as to the spirit in which our institutions were founded and should ever be de fended, he savs: "The General hopes and trusts that ...

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. — 24 September 1885

. aa - - w T5Ijt""v--5a-?i-' ct, I 1 i ' 4 v (3 y i 4 I i 3 T 1 -J !W n u rlK.1 8 ! if i ! y n ! i i j TIKE PALAC m in -:o:- G. G-. HAWE Mi MMI J. M. WIshart, AT. F. Williams. V. ABILENE vnnvnn y P CifTADl? a niiiui t n nP Ul f7 JL VAUAjli ss- "Ji T JVJacjiffleVVofKS DEALEHIN P XT RIIG DIRITJIGMS. Are manufacturing Well Drills and Drill Bins, Large and Small Horse Powers, The Farmers' Friend Wind Mills, The Start Hay Sate K.Ki.aPn.'jJ G vabscoyoct ft Jif. Eraser. HOMEOPATHIC Ffii'SICIAN. Ofiice an'l rjj-iitencf, corner i.f Sjiruce and Foirth -treit-, biU-tii. K..ni. Prompt atten tion to al! cillr- in fm u or country, il.iv ir niht. TOE SALE. MSB, 111, 11 Mill. Ccrlis fc liGJsingtcn. Han- jti-t ri .. ni'j a .. r io.nl which cm ln sia at the ftultlt- ot tiurlty )-Lv.ni. ffc Iiau-! rlotk and clnmc hothinir for showing it. Wo guarantee all stock sound and good worker- or the money refunded. J. GAE.TNEK, MERCHANT Dress and busslness suits made to order and A PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED. Berry...

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. — 24 September 1885

and CARPET& u Our Fall Stock is now ready for your inspection. We have the largest assortment in Central Kansas of BED EOOM SUITS, PABLOR SUITS, PUJE PILLAE EXTENSION TABLES. LIBRARY TABLES, SLUE BOARDS, CENTER TABLES, BOOK CASES, BEDSTEADS, BUREAUS, LIBRARY CASES, HAT TREES, WARDROBES, "WASH STA1TDS, BED SPRETG MATTRASSES, PILLOWS, CHAIRS, ROCKERS &c UPSH AW PURNITU J w y CARPET DEPARTMENT. Contains the largest and most complete line in the city, consisting of AXMINISTERS, MOQUETS, VELVETS, BODY BRUSSELS, TAPESTRIES, THREE PLYES, EXTRA SUPESS, MEDIUM SUPESS, "WOOL FILLING DOUBLE COTTON CHAIN, SLNGLE COTTON CHAIN, CHINESE CARPETING, VENETIANS, COCOA MATTING, STRAW MATTING, NAPIER MATTING, Art Squares, Druggets, Rugs, Mats, Carpet Lixixg, Floral Oil Cloths, &c, &c. ZSF Also a very large and elegant line of Curtains, Window Shades, Curtain Poles, Lace, Raw Silk and Turcaman Curtains, and all kind of Curtain and Shade Trimmings and Fixtures. R. F. RUSSEL & SONS, FIT...

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. — 24 September 1885

ABILEIE REFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY STUOTHEE "BROS CURRENT COMMENT- - It was recently reported in Quebec that a commission would be appointed to examine Kiel for the purpose of de " termining as to his sanity. The hog cholera has again broken out in Sangamon County, 111. John 13. Jones, a wealthy farmer, lost over one hundred head of good hogs in one week. Ik the case of the hazing of Cadet Driggart at the Annapolis Xaval Acad emy, Secretary Whitney has issued an order for the punishment of Cadet Wiley in accordance with the finding of the court-martial, which recommended his dismissal from the service. The Board of Managers of the Na tional Temperance Society decided to forward to the New York State Demo cratic and Republican Conventions a resolution asking them to insert a pro hibition plank in their platform, A i.and of lormon missionaries -labored for a whole week in Minneapo lis, Minn., without making a single convert, and came to the conclusion that tho place was the...

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. — 24 September 1885

' i A ABILEBEBEFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVUUY THURSDAY B STKOTHEB BROS. SHROUDED AND IN THE SEA. "We stood on-the Seek, a reverent group, In lljrht of the setting sun, "With heads all bared and voices hushed, and listening every one, "To the deep, low tones of the skipper's voice, who the burial service read. .And the solemn words awed each rough heart as we gave to the sea its dead. The unbidden tears all dimmed my eyes as I gazed on the cjuiet-face; -A. ray from the sun in the redd'nin? west seemed to light it with life and grace. JVnd my heart was tilled with pitying love for soincbodr far away, "Who was dream'ng, perhaps, of her absent boy on the eve of that sad day. "The warm, coft breeze of the southern seas stirred the locks on his forehead fair, .And I thought or some mother who?o fond ling hand had caressed that golden hair: I cut one curl from over his brow, and kissed thoe lips so white. Tor somebody s sake, whose light of love would be changed to sudden night. Ill only shrond w...

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. — 24 September 1885

The Situation. There is not a day but what we see new evidences of the dissatisfaction of the people of Kansas with the prohibi tory law, among many of whom are strong temperance men. Those who are acquainted with the circustances in Kansas, know tbat the leaders in the republican party saddled that issue onto the party because of its popularity. But since it has been tried and found so unsatisfactory, these same politicians are trying to find some loop way tlnough which to crawl out, and jret prohibition out of politics alto- ''wfnavc always warned the people acainst the dangeis of prohi ntoij and m. legislation, and the democra tic pHrtr through its platform, u no, Lie7 and national, 1. alvrajs been plain in its avowed opposition to b urn p tusry laws. While the upubhean part ind .ress from center to ciicumfaence of the State have put their shoulders to the wheel of prohibition, and sue m faggin under the burden. Hie republi can party is afraid to trust the peon e en this question...

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. — 1 October 1885

w f i1 W w Z7 v n ATrrnTn-NTTR, DicEiinsrsonsr ootjetty, KAJcsrs.AJ3, oct. i, isso NO. 8, VOL. 3. 4f Till? 1 HxLi ABILBIE nTixiT" TiinnkXii b x Abilene Eeelector. Thursday, Oct. 1, 1385. Look out for a democratic victory in Iowa, Ohio and 2Jew York this fall. The, corn crop of the country the present year, it is thought, will aggre gate 2,000,000,000 bushels. The Republicans of New York are now exclaiming aloud to the mugwumps and independents mat the back door of their party is open to them. wump press may pursue, we are confi dent that a goodly portion of those who bolted Mr. Blaine will be true to them selves and to the excellent record of the democratic administration by voting for Mr. Hill and his associates on the ticket. Finally, we are told that 2Ir. Hill will poll every democratic vote in New York. If that is true no combination of forces or circumstances can defeat him. Look at This! Hoadly will be re-elected governor of Ohio, by not less than 12,000 majori ty. Tiiuumax ha...

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. — 1 October 1885

T& ' Any pertion wno takes tup paper rem Jarly from the post-ofliee. whether directed to his name or whether he" is a subscriber or not. Is responsible for the pay. The eourt hare decided that refusing1 to take newspapers from tec post-office, or re moving and lcavinif them uncalled for, iff Srif no1n ovidftifto n ivTKVTrol FHi AT THE BARS. 3 wait in the dusk at the bars in tho lane. "Waiting and watchinir at close of day: -When the world is stilled in the J-oIemnhour .As it yields for a space to the night s brief power. And the moonshine chases the daylight away. 3n the mvstlcal purplo of twillzht the hills And valleys arc wrapped, and the forces of 11 ifr tit Have conquered the day and driven him far ITo the west, where the sentinel even'ngstar Kecp3 a watchful eye on his sullen liight. "From the darkening meadows tho tinkling hells Hinir low and clear on tho perfumed air, "Where a thousand delicate odors blend Prom llowcr and bud that to Heaven ascend, An oUering purer than h...

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. — 1 October 1885

r c y b i-f A NO MORE TIPS. The Practice or Teeinc Customs Officers by Travel" m Most bo Discontinued. "Washimitox, September 23. The Sec retary of the Treasury sent a letter to Dis trict Attorney Dorsheimer at New York in regard to the examination of passengers' bajreage, and he says in part: "In March last and immediately on taking charge of the department, I directed the attention of J the Collector at the port of New York to whatlha'd reason to think was a very de- fw,Hv nnH , vprv iiilaIons condition of affairs, respecting the examination of the baggage of arriving pasengere and the criminal payment of money to Inspectors of Customs by such passengers. I have reason to feel that the deplorable condition, then and for a long time existing, has not yet been thoroughly reformed, although , there has been, I hope, somewhat of an im provement, and I wish the utmost energy and vigilance used to prevent the scandal , of money payments bj passengers to Cus toms Inspectors. 1 am told th...

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. — 1 October 1885

- A 5W - Uemocratic- County Ticket. FOK TREASURER, M. V. BKILLHAliT. FOR SHERIFF, J. J. MILLER. FOR CORONER, 1L PERKINS. FOR C03OIIS3I0NER, 2(1 DISTRICT, JOHN ERWIX. In speaking of the democratic candi dates the Gazette says: " Wc want to defeat theni becanse we consider and privately believe the beet intcretts of the cunty can be better bubserved by placing the offices in the hands of republicans rather than with democrats." George, isn't the Gazette a little bit off in its belief ? Can the Gazette point to a single republican treasurer and tell us that he managed the office better than the present incumbent, Thos. Kirby ? Can the Gazette point to a sin gle republican county superintendent of schools and tell us that the schools and their affairs were more prosperous and better managed than under the present efficient superintendent, D. D. Hornaday ? Can the Gazette point to a single republican sheriff and tell us that he managed the affairs of the office bet ter than Henry Litts a...

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. — 1 October 1885

v. v- ,.iiMitMiir'"'MI"MIMIB"'",r H - i ' ' ;-. UPSHAW PU the largest assortment in Central . , . , . . .. r Wehave ; 'WDB0BX8i Uur Jbaii stock is now ready tor your inspection ' K CASESt BED BOOM SUITS, PARLOR SUITS, SIDE BOARDS, BXJEEATJS, LIBRARY tIASES, CHAIRS;- R0C2ERS, &c. -riTvn cTTOTNIt i3Ji.J.iJva.33iJJ, -.- WASH STANDS, n - " FINE PILLAR EXTENSION TABLES. LIBRARY TABLES, CENTER TABLES, BEDSTEADS, -? Pit All M Oil AMUUHR. a ii ! W VU'J.1 ""u- "" " Tf you wish to Carpet and Furnish. your Jiouse, T2 TiTViTr I rtri ttJiu. -. r. fc. a ma va. j rss2 o r w , . aXe WhJb W sfa sft l H fl fn Ian t vm A CARPET DEPARTMENT. Contains the largest and most complete line in the city, consisting of AXIINISTERS, MOQUETS, VELVETS, BODY BRUSSELS, TAPESTRIES, THREE PLYES, EXTRA SUPESS, MEDIUM SUPESS, WOOL FILLING DOUBLE COTTON CHAIN, SINGLE COTTON CHAIN, CHINESE CARPETING, VENETIANS, COCOA MATTING, STRAW MATTING, NAPIER MATTING, Art Squares, Druggets, Rugs, Mats, Carpet Lixixg, Floral Oil C...

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. — 1 October 1885

y ABILENE EEELECTOB t - - T PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BT STROTHES BROS. CURRENT COMMENT. The German East African Society announces that by treaties with native chiefs it has acquired territory in East .Africa extending two degrees of north latitude. As application has been made to Secretary Whitney for a position for .Mrs. Parnell on account of the services of her father, the late Admiral Stewart, in the war of 1812. The editors of the Monitor, Iiepubli xino and Carreo de Luncss of the City of Mexico, political prisoners, have been sentenced to eight months' im prisonment and lined throe hundred dollars. Prince Tokshimi, the brother of the Mikado of Japan, was recently in Paris. He was making a tour of the European capitals, for the purpose of studying governmental laws. He will return to Japan by way of New York and San JFrancisco. Caitain Lee, agent of tie Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indian Eeservations, telegraphed to Commissioner Atkins on the 22d that only twent3"-five thou sand head ...

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. — 1 October 1885

n ; j K v AB1LEUE REFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVEBr THURSDAY BY TROTHEE BROS , j 1M- 1 O J UXU-I MIL! II. I Jill I - A "MODEL FATHER 'Story of a Scheming Tragedian - and His Pretty Daughter. Xow Cunning end Selfijh Ambition on tho Olio Hand, and Innocent Purity and -Dutiful Devotion on .tlio Other. ET DAVII CI'I'ISTIE M17KIU.-. CHAITEB IX CONTisnnn. "Pray stay for a moment," Cameron. "Let me understand. cried Did you laaKe a proposal ior -uiss uiiasuii. s ,... i f (. i i,? -hand at ali? Forgive me if I distrc-s -you? You re how we have both been plaved with?" "I'll tell yon all about it," said "Weatherley, mastering Ifs emotion. The story was soon told, so far as he was concerned, an.l by a swift com pari- r -. T 1 1 . son of eK'riencc they began to appre ciate .Mr. Hasett's fatherly maneuver. "I've got one thing I ought lo do," sa'd the -oung-tec, when thi w:is over, "and I'li do it if o:i'll have the good ness to come back fo the other mil" Cameron in turn followed vVeat'icricy. ;as Weath...

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. — 1 October 1885

The Disfranchisement of Voters. The republicans having forced a blooy-shirt issu in Iowa and Ohio, sev eral of our subscribers have asked us for the information appended: 1880. Males of State. voting age. Bhode Island.... 76,898 Florida 61,699 Votes for PresH. 1880. 1884 29,233 51,618 170,956 65.09S 107,078 2M,3CH 07,201 58212 32,771 59,872 91,578 59,409 120,919 275,915 1C9.2M 303,38:1 259.463 South Carolina.. 205,769 Vermont... 05,621 . 23832 . 376,221 216,787 . 603,648 . 330,305 Mississippi Kentucky Louisiana Massachusetts.. Tennessee ... 241,827 Araiordine to these ficures, taken from the Tenth Census and American Alma ti -wm-st bulldozing in 1880 was in Rhode Island and the least in South Carolina. In Massachusetts 54 per cent, voted, in Vermont 69 percent., in South Carolina 84 per cent., in Rhode Island 38 per cent. In 1884, with the same basis for computation, Rhode Island still held the lead for proscription of voters, only 40 per cent, voting in that State, -while 99 per ce...

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. — 8 October 1885

THE TIME ABILENE, IDIGKIlsrSOiT COUNTY, KANSAS, OCT. S, 1885. NO. 9, "VOL. 3. A Abilene Beflectok. Thursday, Oct. 8, 1885. The democrats of Saline county, at their convention held in Salina last week, nominated a full ticket for the first time, and propose to go into the light with a determination to win. On Tues day of last week the Demo cratic State Central Committee met and placed in nomination Gen. Er wakd F. Jokes, of 33inghampton, for Lieutenant Governor, in place of Flowkii, who declined the nomina tion. The democratic ticket in Xew York as finished, is a winning one without the least shadow of doubt hanging about it. Of the nomination the Sun says: This is a very fortunate selection, and it will greatly strengthen the ad mirable tickef headed by Gov. Hill,. Gen. Jones is one of those rare men who having served their country with all their power in her hour of need, have not since tried to live upon their military laurels, but have resumed their places among the people, and d...

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. — 8 October 1885

1 I- V , ! An person wuo takes tnr prpc- rejra larly from the post-oniee, whether directed to ale name or whether he" is a subscriber or cot. as responsible for the pay. The courts hare decided that refusing- tc u&ke newspapers from the pest-ofiio;. or ro ttnovir.ir and leaving thciu uncalled for. G 3 AT SUNDOWN. Twas sundown of a summer's day. And in the twilight's shade Stood Doris, by the farm-house g-ate Doris, the pretty maid. "Her eyes wore turned, those eyes so brown, Howard the road that led to town. Beneath her feet were daisies white, And many a clover red. And buttercups, with drops of dew Krom heaven freshly shed: "While birds were staffing at her side Those quiet songs of eventide. And Prudence by the window sat Her hair was silvry white. Her eye3 bad each a wistful look, That lovely summer night; -And, speaking from the window sill. She said: "He'll come, I know he will. "I know, because a bumble bee Just in the window flew; The rooster crowed here In the door Thos...

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. — 8 October 1885

y i) ft h l A KANSAS VETERANS. Address of Welcome Delivered by Governor John A Martin at the Soldiers' and Sailors' Reunion, Topeka, September 29, 1885. Xknmander Stewart, Comrades of the Grand Army and Soldier of the Union: To me bus been assigned the del'phtful duty of welcoming to the capital this frreat multitude of patriot heroes. et It seems to me that words of welcome are unnecessary. There wao own or city within the boun daries of Karnes where the soldiers of the Union would not.be greeted as frlqnds or comrades, nd honored as guests; and I know that the loyal people of the capital, one and -all, will welcome you with a hand clasp "far itorc eloquent than speech. Trmv-will wHcoine vou as men who broupht from tbe ploom of tbopatthe lights ot tho present and the hopes of the future. They will welcome you s soldiers who rescued the Hepublic from anarchy: as heroes whe 7roufcfX. union, liberty and peace out of the smoke and Barnes of civil war. They wiil welcome vou as fellow-ci...

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