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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 22 October 1885

- ip. -PROHIBITION EPARTHENT. MMiei Connty Met. FOR TREASURER, JAMES STRACHAN. FOR COUNTY CLERK, J. M. STEWART. FOB REGISTER OF DEEDS, S.P. HARRINGTON. FOR SnEEIFF, S. L. GRAHAM. FOK OOMMISSIONXB SECOND DISTRICT, ABRAM LESHER. Headquarters Abilene Post 2fo. 63. G". A. R. Abilene, Ks., Oct. 14, '85. At the last regular meeting of the Post it was decided to have a Camp Fire and Bean Festival, Xov. 12th, '85, to which all old soldiers and their wives together with the members of the Re lief Corps are cordially invited and ur gently requested to be present. All provisions will be furnished by the Post. W.T.Davidson, ) D. R. Gouden, Com. J. J. Reagan, ) Berry Bros. Mercantile Company's TIKE C. G-. HAWK, MONEY! I have money to loan as low as the lowest. J. H. Brady. DEALER IN - - - -. 5r" " . r Ml UK STOI The Days Crisis. Some persons, and we are sorry to say some republicans, delight in charg ing prohibitionists with insincerity and dishonesty of motive. DCertainly, any person can see th...

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. — 29 October 1885

TyRX kiS7t-AJl ACluT- , , g JNJjBBferr-SB -"PSBlSBWS REFLECTOR THE ABILENE ABILENE, DICBZIiTSOlT COTJ1TTY, KAJsTSA-S, OCT 29, 1SS5. 2STO. 12. VOL. 3. i v I? H' i ir V 'A Abilene Reflector. Thursday, Oct. 29, 1885. Z. L. BTBOTHEB. DENKY LITIS STROTHER & LITTS, EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS. Democratic County Wet FOR TREASURER, M. V. BMLLIIART. FOR SIIERIFF, J. J. DULLER. FOR CORONER, WM. PERKINS. FOR COJLMISSIQNER, 2d DISTRICT, JOHN ERWIN. For Representative 75th District, L. swisabt. Gen Grant's pocket-knife, present ed to the New York World for the ben. efitof the Grant memorial fund, sold for $100 to Dr. C. B. Webster of Shef field, Eng, Dr. TV ebster presented the knife to Gen. Grant while on his trip around the world, and it was lost at Long Branch several years ago. "The most astonishing thing I have encountered is the burning desire that so many Republicans manifest to con tinue in office under a system they have pretended to believe was the worst pos sible for the country. If th...

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. — 29 October 1885

ABILENE UEFLECTOK .PUBLISHED BY STEOTHER & LITTS. CURRENT COMMENT. A disease called "black leg" similar to Texas fever, was recently announced as breaking out among the cattle of Massachusetts. As illicit still, operated by Alfred Trey, a farmer, was discovered in Scotch Grove, Jones County, Iowa, re cently, the first discovery of the kind that has been made in Iowa for years. Atlanta (Ga.), having bored over two thousand feet in the vain effort to have an artesian well, and having sunk twenty-six thousand dollars in the hole, has decided to give up the effort FitEDEKiCK "Wakxer, a professional hall tosscr, formerly connected with the Philadelphia Base Ball Club, was committed in that city recently for neglecting to support his wife and two children. The Pope recently called a meeting of the Vatican ofiicials to draft instruc tions to the French bishops. It was believed the coalition of the French Radicals and Moderates would lead to the abolition of the Concordat. A recent spec...

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. — 29 October 1885

V i -Y IP Iv 'A ABILENE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED Br STROTHER & LITTS. A"MODELFATHEE.,, ;Story of a Scheming Tragedian and His Pretty Daughter. -XCW Causing and Selfish Ambition on the One Hand, and Innocent Foxltj and Dutiful Devotion on. the Other. BY DAVID CHKISTIE KUMIAT. CHAPTER XIII. CONCLUDED. Mr. Cassidy presiding at his own family table was a pleasant spectacle, and the dinner went merry as a mar riage bell. A pipe and a cup of coffee prepared for the evening's labors, and while the friends sat chatting, the maid brought up a singularly dirty piece of rough cardboard on which was written "Kev. Stanley Vyvyan." "22ow tell me," said Hogan, "what jou think of me as a model-hunter." The two went down together and en--countcied in the hall a bent and totter ing old man with a great beard. "This way." said Cassidy, and the man followed, stepping slowly and -with difficulty. "Have y1 ever been a Tnodcl before?" "That degradation is reserved for me," said the new model, in deep and h...

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. — 29 October 1885

TFfnn-. ABILENE BeFLECTOB. Thursday, Oct 29, 1885. t. L. BTEOTHEK. HEIiTlY LITT3 STROTHER & LITTS, EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS. Malicious Prosecution. JeffMiixeu is now being malicious ly prosecuted, charged with secreting a prisoner and taking a gun and watch from him, &c., when he was city mar shal some three years ago, by some one who is too low and contemptible to let themselves be known. The whole thing is a LIE and has been brought about only for political purposes. Knowing Jeff's superiority and strength over his opponent they thought that by bringing about this contempti ble low scheme they would down him. But not so, Milleu will be able to throw off all charges by his blackmail ers and stand erect before the people a just and upright man. Yes, lie will be able to throw off their damnable slum of rottenness and cause them to wallow in their own poisonous slum. The re-action will strike hard enough to knock all connected with the low, dirty sclieme clear out of the ring an...

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. — 29 October 1885

iv v-V V J -Y Kr DV V A CALL OX R. F. RUSSELL FOR LOW PRICES ON ALL KIKDS OF HARNESS. CEDAR STREET, SOUTH OF RAILROAD, ABILENE, KANSAS. AUKOIWCEMENTS. I respectfully solicit your support for the office of County Commissioner for the second district, for which I am a candidate, subject to the Voters at the November election. SAMUEL BRICKER. I hereby announce myself as an independent andldate for County Clerk to be voted for at the Kovember election. FRED PIERCE. I Tvlsh to announce myself as an Independent candidate for the office of Register of Deeds of Dickinson County, subject to the wishes of my many friends. 3UJS. .UAIll . liEHlAU, Jefferson Twp. B. H. D'HUY, Pn. G. Opposite Depot. The Xew York World, the leadinz democratic paper of the United States, and the Reflector for one year for the small sum of 2.20. Come in and subscribe. Don't delay. I sell Iloff man's flour, Stoddard & lenner's Hour, Urokville flour, Johntz & Eice flour, and the only place in the city to get E...

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. — 29 October 1885

' -""ST -V-" r, 6 n,HT.e"onJWIi es e paper rejrt EffJtheJ,?t'Pce whether dfrected to rtiSSf.K?TetlVLr h e ,s B subscriber or no t, as responsible for the pay. The court have decided that refusing to lake newspapers from the post-office, orre ttovinff and leaving them uncalled for, h ema facie evidence of tstestiosai. to-.b BITTER WORDS. lAfa, me! those terrible tongues of ours. Are we half aware of their terrible powers? Do we ever trouble our heads at all "Where the Jest majr strike or tho hint may fall? "The latest chfrp of that "little bird," That spicy story "you must have heard" "We Jerk them away in our gossip rash, And somebody's glass, of course, goes smash. What fames have been blasted and broken. What pestilent sinks have been stirred, By a word in lightness spoken, By only an idle word. A sneer a shrug a whisper low They are poisoned shafts from an ambushed bow. Shot by tuo coward, the fool, tho knave: They pierce the mall of tho great and brave, "Vain is tho buckler of w...

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. — 29 October 1885

l V V y A A FORTUNE IN SIGHT. The Famons ZawTence-Townly Estate American Heirs to Almost Fabulous Wealth AwaltlncClalmantu In England The XastXlnk la the Chain or Evidence Discovered. Mikxeapous, MrNN., October 20. The passage by the English Parliament of a bill to carry into effect the division of the famous Lawrence-Townley estate, one of the greatest and most valuable properties In England, has led to the dis covery that nearly a dozen heirs of this magnificent fortune reside in Minneap olis. When the mystery that had surrounded the line of the descendants of the American heirs was cleared up by the confession of Mary Stevens and the discovery of the family Bible containing the last link in the chain of evidence, Mrs. E. A. Baker, of this city, wife of a North Washing ton avenue jeweler, began the collec tion of papers to establish her descent irom the original Townley family. She has succeeded In obtaining complete and unbroken genealogy to substantiate her claim as well as that...

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. — 29 October 1885

iiw!i!rH?rT ' Berry Bros. Mercantile Company's HWOHIBITION DEPARTMENT. Headquarters Abilene Post No. 63. G-. A. R Abilene, Ks., Oct. 14, '85. At the last regular meeting of the Post it was decided to have a Camp Fire and Bean Festival, Nov. 12th, '85, to which all old soldiers and their wives together with the members of the Re lief Corps are cordially invited and ur gently requested to be present. All provisions will be furnished by the Post. "W. T. Davtdson, ) D. R. Gorden, Com. J. J. Reagan, ) MiHon County Met. FOB TBEASUKEB, JAMES STRACHAN. FOR COUNTY CLEP.K, J. M. STEWART. FOE EEGISTEB OF DEEDS, S.P. HAKRESTGTON. FOE SHERIFF, S.L. GRAHAM. TOB OOHMISSIOWXB SECOND DISTEICT, ABRAM LESHER. TBCE d TJ CS U JL c. gk ha.w:k MONEY! I have money to loan as low as the lowest. J. H. Brady. DEALER IN Save the boys. -.- .""Tr M HE , Stick to the work. Come to the front. Is it right to license wrong? Scatter prohibition literature. Vote for prohibition candidates. Prohibition will never be en...

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. — 5 November 1885

-? L- - " - Urn A-BILEjSTE, DICKIiSrSO COUNTY, KISTSS, NOV o, 1S85. no. ia VOL. 3. VU ABILENE REiLEtlOii. fflnfflH V J -V i:r w h l Abilene Eeflectoe. Thursday, Oct. 29, 1885. B. U 8TBOTUEB. HENKT LITIS STROTHER & LITTS, EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS. The Mythical Old Maid. There has for several years been a popular superstition regarding the exis tence of old maids. A practical exper iment in the Bowery has at last ex ploded the foundation that there are such myths. The manager of a Dime Museum, desirous of making an exhibi tion of specimens of this rara avis ssoured the earth for a few samples with money in one hand and promises of fame in the other, but he has utter ly failed to secure a bona-fide case, and at the last moment was compelled to take a number of young women and make them up with paint, corkscrew curls and wrinkles, to satisfy the pub lic demand. The women, therefore, who are at present making up the "Old Maids' Congress," as it is called, are "prop erty" old maids and ...

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. — 5 November 1885

ABILENE EEFLECTOK PUBLISHED Br STEOTHEE & LITTS. OUBRBNT COMMENT. Steupart, the Hudson Bay observer, whose fate was in doubt, arrived at St. Jonn, N. F., safely. M. de Fkeycixct received congrat ulations from thirty thousand persons on his escape from assassination. General Vox Moltke celebrated his eighty-fifth birthday on the 26th of October. He was enjoying excellent ileal th. The skeleton of the late Jumbo is now at Prof. Henry A. Ward's natural science establishment in Rochester, X. Y., where it is being mounted. At Montreal the other day a custom house officer seized all the sewing ma chines in the factory of the Goodyear Company, charging them with evading customs duties. The Roumanian Government has expelled a dozen eminent Jewish edit ors. This action is supposed to have been prompted by the attacks made by them upon the Government. The monetary conference at Paris was reported as being agreed on all points except those relating to the re sumption of free silver coinage...

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. — 5 November 1885

V to J PA ABILENE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED BY STEOTHER & LITTS. iAST SHEAF FOR THE BIRDS. Where the pines of barren Norway Toss dark brunches to the sky, Where the days are Ions in winter. And the summer hastens by, Early was the harvest garnered, Lest the frost should come too soon. Down on fields of ripened splendor Shone the golden harvest moon. ".Hearken, ye." quoth Farmer Olaf "Leave naught standing in the field; Bear ye to m barns and storehouse Kccry xiKar the harvests yield." It was done; the proud old fanner. Blest before In lands and herds. Gathered to him all the increase. Left nunc standing for the birds. All too soon the Northern winter Spread its pinions o'er the land; All too soon the streams were silent, Fetlcred by a iniahty hand; And the birds, that cruel weather. Found their standing slieuf no more; Dying, for the lnck of pity, Down they fell about the door. Little recked the Farmer Olaf. Mighty grown in lund- and herds, Filled his garners to o'irliowing. Nothing s...

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. — 5 November 1885

Abilene Eeflectoe. Thursday, Oct. 29, 1885. fc. anonm. hesbt liits STROTHER & LITTS, EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS. m i ii ii m. mm AND 0 Lee is elected governor of Virginia by an overwhelming majority. Chapman Items. Nearly everybody is in debt these hard times, about this part of the county. The new corn crop and a lit tle more economy "will straighten some of us up. Somebody musn't get mad if there are one or two new houses opened for tride The front end of Enssel & Fancher's store is litterally packed with dry goods, clothing, fancy goods, boots and shoes. The only thing this firm needs for the large trade they get, and the stock they buy, is, more room. The five gallons lasted about two days. That is the five which came up by express to "the boys," certain boys. "When parties bring in five and ten gallons of -whisky at a time from other towns, it is well not to give our own druggist the credit of selling it. "Who's dat behin de do dar," was a very serious question in one of 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. — 5 November 1885

a -V A Have your prescriptions compounded at John M. Gleissner's Drug Store, east side of Broadway, cor. 3d street. 39-ly LOCAL Am) OTHERWISE, THE ELECTION. 1st Ward. Miller, 136 Brillhart, 96 Ball, 66 Cooper, 108 2d Ward. Miller, 109 Brillhart, 96 Ball, 105 Cooper, 130 3d Ward. Miller, 93 Brillhart, 62 Ball, 100 Cooper, 135 4th Ward. Miller, 76 Brillhart, 50 Ball, 57 Cooper, 67 Cooper is elected treasurer by about 150 majority. B. H. D'HUY, Pn. G. Opposite Depot. Wedding Bells. Miller is elected sheriff by about majority. 60 Dick Waring has over for county clerk. 1200 majority Miss Junken Is re-elected by at least 450 majority. Clem Bell led Col. Swigart in the race for representative by over 100 majority. Baker was elected commissioner over Erwin. The Tammany sheriff, Grant, was elected in New York. Rev. Dr. McKean, of Hot Springs, Ark., will preach in the Presbyterian church next Sunday. WLowas it that said John Cooper had engaged a birth to take a trip up salt river? Brillhart m...

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. — 5 November 1885

fBAJl communications for rata pape hould be 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 Bido of tho pa per. Be particularly careful in giving name snd dates to have '-he letters ana figure main end distinct. "FOR THE TIME BEING." "For the timo belnff!" TTotv ion? is that ? A. space as brief As takes the wnlrlinjr Autumn leaf 4 To reach,tbe sward, the April Hake sTo chanjjo to dew, the wavo to break """how shore ward fleeing'? Tor the lime being!" 'How long is that? As long, perchance, jAs while a merry thought doth glance .Across the deep and wcll-lorod eyes T As long as term of tears and sighs, , The full heart freeing ? "For the timo bcingl" TIow long is that? I wait to hear. A breathing space, a day, a year 1 'tTill this life's silent bound bo won, And other unknown life begun Past sound, past seeing ? "For tho timo being I" It Is forovor, as I think, A ceaseless adding link...

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. — 5 November 1885

y I RESIGNED. 'Hon. tcroy D. Thoman's Resignation ni Civil Serrlce Commissioner Accepted By the I'rosiilcnt An Interesting Letter rrom Mr. Tlioman The President's Re ply. Washington, D. C, October 27. The following is the correspondence be tween Hon. Leroy D. Thoman, of the Civil Service Commission, and President Cleveland, respecting the former's resig nation, -which the President has ac cepted, to take effect November 1st, next: WAmr,Tov, I). C. October CO, lSSi. Sin :Rpsppct full v referring to a conversa tion lm'l with vou ns early as March 10th, in which I r-xire-fl the w Ish to he relieved of my duties as a member of the United States Civil Service Coimnih-don. and also to the apparent fact that it was not then your pleas ure to con- Jr my request, I now have the lionor to tender formally my resignation, and eamer-tv to bes an early con sideration of "the same and Its accept ance. ".Vhil' thus asking release from so honorable a trust, I desire to record my gratification over t...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 5 November 1885

PROHIBITION DEPARTMENT. The prohibition Central committee and all persons interested in the Pro hibition party are invited to meet at J. Augustines office Friday, Xov. 13th., at 1 o'clock p. m. aMSSSaaSaaaBSaaaSSSSaaaaaasaaMasaBSMBSaaaaaaS We are asked, Why do not the Pro hibitionists devote more of their atten tion to the Democratic party, at least here in the North; why do they attack - more frequently the Eepublican party? " This is the reason: The Democratic party pleads guilty, doesn't pretend to deny our charges. A lawyer devotes little time to proving a man guilty who confesses, but he gives his time to a man -who is guilty but who denies it. The Eepublican party is guilty of sur render to the rum power, but pretends that it is not and fights back. We want a square fight with the mm power. This the Republican party pretendh; it stands squarely in the way, dividing the temperance vote by promises it does not keep, and cannot keep, from the nature of its organization. We wish t...

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. — 12 November 1885

73i A-S, nmAT) 1UH. .BILEIsTE, DICKXISrSOlT COTJ2STTY, BLA2S"S,AJ3, 2sTO"V 12, 1885. 2STO. 14. "VOL. 3. 3 THE ABILENE K-T - El U -3 H 1 B I 1 1 b B b 9 B v QESS. jSrJBi-Si S s s a A 5 s iS Js HBBBV 1 rji' U-LiU V A Gov. Glick has been tenered the Pension Agency by President Cleve land, and he will undoubtedly accept the position. Plain Talk. When ilr. Tilden heard the news he scrambled out in the back yard and turned a double somersault overabar'l. Later on he was heard softly saying: "To-night I'm as young as I used to be." If Washington rumors are true, the president is contemplating a matrimo nial experiment. lie is reported as having said that he never felt the need of a wife so much as since coming to Washington, and now has been cap tured by a nice young widow of about 36 years of age, very popular in New York society. Will not Sell Oklahoma. The Creeks held a meeting at Musko gee, Indian Territory, on the 5th inst, and decided not to sell Oklahoma at any price. Last summer th...

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. — 12 November 1885

ABILENE REFLECTOB PUBLISHED BY STROTHER & LITTS. CURRENT COMMENT. CAPTAIX J. M. HAMILTON, of the Fifth Cavalry, has been ordered to the Indian Territory with a squadron of that regiment to eject intruders from Oklahoma. The municipal authorities of Paris, In order to relieve the workin somen's distress, have decided to collect three hundred thousand dollars to be ex pended on a series of grand fetes. According to the .annual report of the Governor, the crops of Idaho Ter ritory will not exceed a half of the crop of 1884. The population of the Ter ritory is placed at seven ty-five thou sand. The mines are growing in value. The Superior Court of Davies Coun ty, S. C, recently established a prece dent in law. Lee Turner and Abraham Smith were sent to the Penitentiary two years each for stealing a water melon. It is the first instance on record in law annals of the State. The dengue was reported still pre vailing in Austin, Tex., as an epidemic. It was confined principally to asylum...

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. — 12 November 1885

- J -4 h A ABILENE UEFLECTORj PUBLISHED BT STI-tOTPIER & L1TTS. THE MEASURELESS DEEPS. "I thinlc somotiines thnt the silence itself has a ounIc.s Kliost, M stlilnp" leejjer tlmn Ocean, where gather the countless hoft Of shmlcs thivt are shade's reflection, of ?!ooms thnt arc shailcs of gloom. JVnd echoes of thoughts uufnthomed which never in words And room. There are thoughts which move at midnight, too dcfp torn vision's reach: There are waves deep down in silence, too Mmnjr for the ?rasp of speech; .And a in v( c intuition in Infinite depths of frpm e Too far 10 impress reflections or shades on a mortal face. tYc inonr in the silent chambers the beats of a distant heart, "We have seen with an inner vision the cur nuns f s'lcnce part. And tar m the shaded distance have read, as on magic scroll. The words no sound could utter, addressed to an earnest soul. There are ihinsrs so deep and sacred they flee the approach of Found. There are ideas pure and holy no natural hedgerows bou...

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