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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 8 October 1885

-w. tl FOIt TREASURER, M. V. BRILLHA11T. JOR SHERIFF, J. J. MLLLEE. FOR CORONER, "V7M. PERKINS. FOR COMMISSIONER, 2(1 DISTRICT, JOHN ERWIN. TO OUR PATRONS. Tho Reflector is now in its third year, and during that time we have to the best of oar ability, labored for the political, social and business inter ests of our people; and judging from the kind words, many favors and nu merous tangible evidences of apprecia tion, we feel that our labors have not been in vain, and for all of which we are very thankful, and especially so to our business men for their liberal pat ronage. And now, as the Arm of Srother Bros, "step down and out," to be known in the future as Strother & Litis, they do so hoping that the new firm may con tinue to receive the liberal patronage which has been accorded to them. To more fully explain the above, we will say that a half interest of the Re flector has been sold to Henry Litts, and that he will enter upon his duties immediately. He is too well known to ou...

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. — 8 October 1885

CARPET Ca Our Fall Stock is now ready for your inspection. We have the largest assortment in Central Kansas of BED BOOH SUITS, PAELOE SUITS, FINE PHLAB, EXTENSION TABLES. IIBEAEY TABLES, SLUE BOAEDS, CENTEE TABLES, BOOK CASES, BEDSTEADS, BUEEAUS, IIBEAEY CASES, HAT TREES, WABDB0BES WASH STANDS, BED SPRING HATTRASSES, PILLOWS, CHAIRS, ROCKERS, &c. UPSHAW PU and y w p A CARPET DEPARTMENT. Contains the largest and most complete line in the city, consisting of AXMmSTERS, 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, Aivr Squakkr, Druggets, Rugs, Mats, Carpet Lixixg, Floral Oil Cloths, fcc, &c. 53" 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. call ox R. F. RUSSELL FOR LOW PRICES OX ...

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. — 8 October 1885

ABILEBE EEFLECTOP. FDBLIEHED EVERY THURSDAY BY STROTHEB BROS. CUERBNT COMMENT. Tun death rate in London for the week ended September 26 was only 13.8 per 1,000 annually. This figure is the lowest every recorded. Tite plumbers of New York City re cently made a demand of their em ployers for a reduction of hours of labor from ten to nine, with no re duction of waxes. A movement was reported on foot, with fair proepects of success, to pro cure a pardon for the Younger broth ers, now serving a life sentence in the Stillwater (Minn.) penitentiary for participating in the Northficld murder and bank robben' several years ago. Attorney General O'Brien, of Jcw York, has just issued his decision in the Georgia repudiated bond case, and decided that the State of Georgia is in default, and that the savings banks of New York are prohibited by law from investing in any bonds issued by the State of Georgia. A special from Laredo, Tex., says a rumor was current there that the sec tion men on the Me...

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. — 8 October 1885

li 4 I -I K AMLEBE REFLECTOB PUBLISHED EVEBY THUBSDAT BT TSOTHEE BROS, A "MODEL FATHER." ;Story of a Scheming Tragedian and TTi Pretty Daughter. low Canning and Selflilt Ambition on the One Hani!, anil Innocent Purity and U-tirul Devotion on the Otlicr. BT DAVID CH1USTIS MURRAY. CHAPTER X CONTINUED. Now I'll talk to you," said Mr. 'fxjvcrolt, shaking his head at the tra gedian in a stern and menacing fashion "You timnder.ug old scoundrel!" How how dare you, sir?" cried I3as-tL Dare?" replied Leverett, squaring his shoulders and shaking his head .main. '! don't dare anything in talk ing to vou. I'm not a woman. You won't abuse me. Xo, sir. You know 'letter." The broad shouldered scenicart ijt actually pranced, he squared himself t'j such an extent at Bassett He Intimit is d also, not by any means in u. forced or unnatural way, but with n heart' scorn which really did seem to find amusement in its certainity of Uassett's cowardice. And, to tell the truth, the tragediar looked a if he ...

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. — 8 October 1885

The Prohibitionists, not haying an organ In which to express their views to the public, asked of the Heflector the use of a column until after the elec tion, and the Reflector, believing that all should have a right to be heard, cheerfully granted the column to them, but it does not and will not assume the responsibility of a single item which may appear in that department. Eds. PROHIBITION DEPARTMENT. Prohibition JJwnrty Ticket FOR TREASURER, JAMES STRACHAX. FOR COUNTY CLEKK, J. M. STEWART. FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS, S. P. HARRINGTON. FOR SHERIFF, S. L. GRAHAM. FOR COMMISSIONER SECOND DISTRICT, ABRAM LESIIER. The Prohibition Candidates. At tha head of this column can be found the names of the persons who constitute the prohibition party ticket, asking for the suffrages of the voters of this county. They are all and each of them old, true and tried citizens; not a word can truthfully be said against any one of them, and as to their integrity and abili ty to discharge the duties of the r...

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. — 15 October 1885

SQCri THE ABILENE TQL. 3. -BILEIsTE, DIGKHsTSOUST COUNTY, KA.2STSA.S, OCT 15, 1S85. InTO. lO. ftL&bvcs -t sij si& r ears: TTitP- -Siit jMJB T jiTBi y i Abilene Eeplectoe. Thursday, Oct. 15, 1885. IS. L. BTROTHKR. HENRY LITTS. STROTHER & LITTS, EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS. TO JESSIE-OCTOBER 16th. One little year ago to-day, we gathered flowers dear Jcm, To deck the marriage altar, adorn thy bridal dreS, The-jititnmn inn hone brightly. It glinted through the tre, . In flecks of golden glory. Its warmth pnlsedin the breeze. The leaves dropped slowly, one by one, like gems of color rare, Bright garnet's yellow sapphire's, left the brown branches bare. The mellow air was redolent with summer's fading flowers. Which yield their generous fragrance to the seas on s'dylng honrs. One year ago, how short It stems; since thou & bonny bride, To walk untried the path of life, a true heart by thy side, oicppea out across home s threshold, with a mother's whispered prayers, That happines...

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. — 15 October 1885

"t3TAH eoEnntraleanons for tnts papa Should be accompanied by the name of the 'author; not necossarily for publication, b-Jl &s an evidence of good faith on the part o! the writer. Write only on one side of the jm ;per. Be particularly careful in giving name vand dates to have the letter' and fiuur !3loin and di&tiaat. WHEN EVENING COMETH ON. When evening: cometh on, Stower and statelier in the mellowing; sky .The fane like purple-shadowed clouds arise; ooler and balmier doth the soft wind sigh; ovclier. lonelier to our wondering eyes Tne softening: landscape seems. The swal lows fly -Swift through the radiant vault: the field lark cries His thrilling, sweet farewell; and twilight bands Of misty silence cross the far-off lands When evening cometh on. When evening cometh on, "Deeper and dreamier grows the slumber ing dell, -Darker and drearier spreads the bristling wold. Bluer and heavier roll the hills that swell In modeless waves against the shimmering irold. Out from their...

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. — 15 October 1885

b . A TUBKEFS JTATB. Expulsion From Europo Appears - To Eo Inevitable. I he Situation ricflnod Ka!a .AcHt.Ij X!ackln Bulgaria and tho Other row ers Passive, For the Present at Ixiast Possibilities. London-, October 4. Diplomatic opin ion at this capital is unanimous that Tarkcv must yield. If the Sultan gives way without flhtin he will prove him self a wiser man than the caliph of 1877, who waged a bloody war and lost all the defensive barriers of the Turkish Em pire in Europe for his pains. Another campaign would be tolerably safe to leave the I'orte without an inch of terri lory norm oi me uospaorus. tan iuu- ation Is thus defined by a member of the tory north of the Bosphorus. The situ- j uorerament wno was actively cngaue-j in the military opsrations undertaken by England at the close of the Rdsso-Tur1;- ish war: "It is absolutely certain," he said, "that Russia is directum this movement. Her soldiers, nicknamed volunteers, are crossing intoRoumania in t-hoals; her ollicers are ...

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. — 15 October 1885

fru i 1 1 in i m i il HI i 1 1 hi ii 1 1 1 i i I ii 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 ,iw'f r--3& jv-. rtttnHTzrir&ie.'" - I 'T.'ii-l. ' e! :i ', urnlm-.;. ( .. o! .Uj Oct 1: i :.OI Itr i- f- ! :'KRV I ITT.-'. Xi r t,' ? hi -r;j-! i ;i; jii an Cc ::it!r:m."i:t fi'-.t-:. Jle wns l!: I-iisIm-hiI of Jiflc;: wnmuii. ".RG. t "li-f -r.;V ' . i. i-vt JV V7 -ITJE rrz. I fuc - V !!!? v ..., 1 9. ri: i. V. S ! .J.I.I i. .1. J. M1LI.LU. Kdi: COircNS'i:. WM. PERKINS. ran iovmissionkj:. - ni.'TKJirr. JOIIX EKWIX. Tor Hi pn-sri'tsillvr 7-"i!l: I'lMrirt. L. SWI ;akt. Tl.i- ('i. .statu i-k-riin:: pnsd off itiiftlv- "J'lit returns isp li roinir t- rr.v .-i. vi (I rrpiiMiran i.aiii siss1 : lil r UfIiilii!iiilt nt . " : Male ; claiui'ti :. !hi!i ;ii Jits, ami ;llliiuh tl.r n ;iit'.)!ii';::i cuinmiJti'e claims liiv Male l i J'okakku by 1.mi'm) li.eie i. a Mm. 'i;.!.tii:g rJ.i::ru ltr Moaii.V in ciiKii Ki.iii'i' iln win nut less than Iwci iIinLMiuiI viitrs ahead. Lai i r:- The democrats concedes ltMtA.M.i: iii ...

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. — 15 October 1885

UPSHAW FURNITURE and CARPET CCX Our Fall Stock is now ready for your inspection. We have the largest assortment in Central Kansas of BED BOOM SUITS, PABXOB SUITS, FINE PHLAE EXTENSION TABLES. LIBRARY TABLES, SIDE BOARDS, CENTER TABLES, BOOK CASES, BEDSTEADS, BUREAUS, LIBRARY CASES, HAT TREES, WARDROBES, WASH STANDS, BED SPRING MATTRASSES, PILLOWS, CHAIRS, ROCKERS, &c. u ii V K A CARPET DEPARTMENT. Contains the largest and most complete line in the city, consisting of AXMINISTERS, MOQUETS, VELVETS, BODY BRUSSELS, TAPESTRIES, THREE PLYES, EXTRA SUPESS, 3IEDIUM SUPESS, WOOL PILLING DOUBLE COTTON CHAIN, SINGLE COTTON CHAIN, CHINESE CARPETING, VENETIANS, COCOA MATTING, STRAW MATTING, NAPIER MATTING, Art Squares, Druggets, Rugs, Mats, Carpet Lixixg, Floral Oil Cloths, &c, &c. IdE? 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. call ox R. F. RUSSELL FOR...

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. — 15 October 1885

i I I u J'- rj H m l4 if is t ABILENE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED DV STEOTHER & LITTS. CURRENT COMMENT. The Sydney (Australia) Herald an nounces the marriage of Dion 13ouci .cault to Miss Thorndyke, September 9. Ls the Circuit Court at Newark, N. J., Judge Depute held that under the civil rights law a hotel-keeper was not obliged to admit colored persons to the common dining-room. A body was found in the whirlpool rapids at Niagara Falls the other after noon which has been identified as that of James Thompson, of New Yore State, who had been missing some time. The Transportation. Committee of the Louisville (Ky.) Board of Trade recently adopted resolutions charging the Louisville & Nashville Railroad -with discriminating against Louisville in freight rates. The case of William Haven, ex Treasurer of the Rutland Railroad, charged with the fraudulent overissue of stock, was finished at Rutland, Vt.. recently. The jury returned a verdict of not guilt'. The defense claimed that the over...

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. — 15 October 1885

t rJ -y V A tsr An f person ttbo taxes th pe.per retro Jarly from the post ofliee, whether directed tx Tiis name or whether he" is a subscriber or not 1s responsible for the pay. The court have decided that refusing u take newspapers from the post-office, or re moving and leaving them uncalled for, it THE HOME-COMING. J wander through the racant room, . And pace the emptv hall to-day, And catch afar the faint perfume Of new-mown hay. The past cornea back with every breath That stirs among the jrarden tlowers. And nils with sua. still shapes of death The noiseless hours. I dmtr i?ie crimson curtains ciosa ' To keep the mellow sun away; B jII is the scent or roses white And new-mown hay. I leave the parlor and the hall. Filled with the Khosw of das uone by, Wheie not a picture on the wall But makes me cry. Can this be home? O empty name! How could-t thou dream, unknowing1 one, That home could ever be the same With mother gone! How cnuldst thou dream that boyhood's bliss .Should ever !...

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. — 15 October 1885

The Prohibitionists, not having an rgan in which to express their views to the public, asked of the Reflector the use of a column until after the elec tion, and the EErxECTOit, believing that all should have a right to bo heard, cheerfully granted the column to them, but it does not and will not assume the responsibility of a single item which tnay appear in that department. Eds. pi SSSSSSaBMM H S M PROHIBITION DEPARTMENT. selves enjoy should rebel, and help stamp out this infamous, damuable spirit. Let intolerance be crushed, and the party that dares nourish it in its bosom. Let the watchword be "Death to tlie liquor traffic and death to intolerance." Let this be one of the great issues of the campaign. Add this to the one the political chief tans say we have, and we will sound the death-knell to their hopes. D. T. and N. D. For every 23c worth of CIga re bought at D. T. X.D., we PRESENT you with a ticket which entitles j ou to one chance In d'htjy's free Berry Bros. Mercantile Com...

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. — 22 October 1885

S$$ Arr-O "& ABEE VOL. 3. lBILEZSTE, DICKIiTSOISr COTOSTTY, ZKAjSTSAS, OCT 1885. no. 11 THE IE yjfcjBftPlrJ'iijSgSTI' p8jvv'- tJ Abilene Eeflectoe. Thursday, Oct. 22, 1885. - I- 8TXOTHKB. BBJ.RT LHT8 STROTHER & LITTS, KDITORS AND PUBLISHERS. The Absorption of Public Lands. y The last report of the Land Office gives the amount of public land dispos ed of during the last fiscal year at 20,- 113,6(53 acres. According to the cen sus of 1880 the public domain compris ed 973,946,438 acres, besides about 300,000,000 of worthless land. Subse quent sales have reduced the amount of salable land to about 900,000,000 acres, from which it appears that at the pres ent rate of progress all the available public lands -will be taken up in less than fifty years; and assuming that with increasing population the process of location will be hastened, it is pro bable that witliin about a generation the last of the national domain will be in private hands. Of the amount sold during the last year h...

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. — 22 October 1885

UM f &F Any person who takes tno paper repu Jlarly from the post-office, whether directed to his name or whether ho is a subscriber or not -Is responsible for the pay. The courts have decided that refusing U take newspapers from the post-office, or re anovlnfr and leaving them uncalled for, i urimo fa! evidence of intentional fiuct RECOLLECTIONS BESIDE ONE AT REST :As thou art lying there. Thy race so full of peace and wondrous fair. Thy white lids frozen in a downward sweep, 2t seems thou dost but sleep! The shadow of a smile Xles on thy face, so sweet, so free from guile, Tullofsuchblestcontcnt.it plain doth tell That with thee all Is well. A passion's slightest trace JIars not the beauty of thy still, white face. No more thy spirit's feelings, joys or woes That mirror may disclose. 3n wonder ask I now. Can it have been the glory of this brow Has e'er been darkened by an envious frown, Or anger lowering down? Can ithavo been that high And wide has Hashed this closely curtained...

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. — 22 October 1885

V fc -4 . A THE MACKIN CASE. "X Remarkable Complication Grotrlot Oai oft Conviction In Two Conrti. Chicago. October 12. A remarkable egal complication has arisen in the case of foseph Chesterfield Mackin, the notorious Cook County politician. Some months ago le was tried in the United States Circuit 3ourt for an offense against the United States election laws, and was convicted A nrrit of enpr was applied lor, the cases irgued before Messrs. Hailan and Gresham tnd a case granted for the United States Supreme Court, Mackin being released on 5fty thousand dollars baiL A few weeks 'ater he was tried and convicted in the State's court for an offense against the State election law. This com iction is also ieforts the State Supreme Court, and a de rision will be rendered in about six weeks. Mackin is now confined in the county jail, the State Court refusing U grant sail, even in the sum of one hundred thousand dollars, which was the figure submitted by the late Emory A. Storrs on the day ...

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. — 22 October 1885

r rfV- isar-igK" Abilene Eeflectoe. Thursday, Oct. 22. 1885. t. L. 6TSOTHZK. HEKBT LOTS STROTHER & LITTS, KDITORS AND PUBLISHERS. i t FOR TREASURER, M. V. BRILLHAI1T. i FOR SHERIFF, J. J. MILLER. FOR CORONER, TO. PERKINS. FOR COMMISSIONER, 2d DISTRICT, JOHN ERWLN. For Representative 75th District, L. SWI3ART. County Candidates. Bo far we have not beard one tenable reason why J. J. Miller should not be re-elected to the office of Sheriff. No one can say that he has not made a good officer. He ranks well with the Sheriffs over the state and is just be ginning to have that acquaintance with them which will make him more effi cient and serviceable to the county than heretofore. The people desiring a man of worth and accommodation cannot but vote for J. J. Miller. M. V. Brillhart is known to every tax payer in the county as an honest, trustworthy and accommodating man, then why should he not receive a liberal support from ever' township in the county; thus electing him to the office ...

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. — 22 October 1885

4 - V A CALL ON R. F. RUSSELL FOR LOW PRICES OX ALL KINDS OF HARNESS. CEDAR STREET, SOUTII RAILROAD, ABILENE, KANSAS. OF ANNOUNCEMENTS. I rcpectfally Follclt your Enpport for the office ot County Commissioner for the pecond district, for whlchl am a candidate, subject to the voters at the November election.gA3iDEL I hereby announce myself as an independent candidate for County Clerk to be otedforat the Xorember election. raED pierce. I wlh to annonncc mypcir ai an Independent candidate for the office of Kegifter of Decdo of I)iclcln)n County, subject to the wishes of my many friends. .... MRS. MAUY E. LEMING, Jefferson Twp. Have your prescriptions compounded at John M. Gleissner's Drugstore, east side of Broadway, cor. 3d street. 39-ly LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. See that you are registered. Sunday dreary." was "cold, dark, and Thanks to Bro. California papers. Bev. McCarthy for "Wait for the Dry W. II. Smith & Co. Goods opening of Adam Ferguson is happy, bouncing fine baby boy. Beason...

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. — 22 October 1885

-r ABILENE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED Br ' STEOTHER & LITTS. OTJRREST COMMENT. The Glasgow Presbyiery has voted la favor of disestablishment and disen clowment of the Church of Scotland. Advices from Askabad say that the English engineers at Herat are prepar ing for the construction of a railway to Candahar. THELondon Standard says: In many circles the death of "Josh Billings" will cause more unaffected regret than would the loss of a more eminent in structor of the people. In the District Court at Houston, Tex., recently, Elvira W. Hutchins received judgment for $146,700 in her suit against A. S. Richardson, executor of the Hutchins estate against the .same estate. The City Bank of Hous ton received three judgments, one amounting to over $250,000. THE W0ELD AT LAEGE. A. Summary of the Daily News. The suit of Mrs. William Neumeister ngainst the Centennial Mutual Life In surance Company, of Burlington, Iowa, for a policy of two thousand five hundred dollars on the life of her deceased h...

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. — 22 October 1885

v i -Y V ' " A ABILENE ftEFLECTQK PUBLISHED BY .STKOTHER & LITTS. GOD IS EVERYWHERE. liavebeen where the flowers arc sweetest. Where roses and blies are fair; Where their fragrance and beauty are rich est. And I saw -God's handiwork there. 1 have been where the mountains are highest. Snow-capped and some evergreen crowned; Where the glaciers and fir trees are grandest, And lo! there His workings I found. X hare been where the valleys are deepest, Walled In bv gray crags on each side; With the oik and the antelope fleetest. And there, too, His workers abide. 2 have been by the great winding river: I have list to its murm'rings low, Jnd the waves that rolled over each other HeHectcd His face In their How. ft have been to the thick-growing forests, Ail domed and arched over with green; And in each tender shoot and grown oak tree The wealth of His wisdom I've seen. 2 have been in the earth's deepest bowels, 'Mong caverns of metal and gold, And in mine slopes, and gangways, and coal ...

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