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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 13 February 1890

T SEYENTH ANNUAL SALE OP- EMBROIDERIES! Case & Bishop's Great February Special Sale of Embroide ries is now in progress. It will pay you to come down town on purpose to see our Grand Display Oi Embroideries in our large front window. Never have we bought Embroideries so cheap. Never have we sold them so cheap as we are now selling them. This special sale will save you money. At our Low Prices it will pay you to buy Embroideries and White G-oods now and make them up before the warm weather. Embroideries from 1c per yard to $2.50. Swiss Flouncings in ENTIRELY MEW With Hemmedstitch Finish. As long as they last we will offer three lots of Hamburg Edges at the following prices: 3 yards for 9c 5 yards for 9c, 10 yards for 9c. Children's and Misses1 Fine Swiss Flouncings, 25 to 30 inches wide, for 25c, 31 l-2c, 39c, 43c, 52c, 59c, etc., etc. You are invited to come and look through our Em broideries whether you want to buy or not. Our Basement Sale of Remnants & Odds and Ends Is at...

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. — 13 February 1890

THE -REFLECTOR. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 13, 1890. J to; REBXECTOK PUB. CO., Proprietors. ABILENE, i i ': KANSAS. CURRENT COMMENT. Tiie French budget deficit this year reaches 100,000,000 francs. TnE new court house at Dallas, Tex., las been destroyed by. fire. ,A TWo-TmKDS interest in Forepaugh's circus has been sold to Englishmen. General Jonx D. Anderson has been elected commander of the G. A. R., de partment Maine. 'Hiram Smith, First Deputy sioner of Pensions, a rerater, bis resignation accepted. Commis has had The Czar has reiterated his determi nation not to recognize the Republic of Brazil while Dom Pedro lives. A river pirate, while trying to sack a canal boat on the East river in New York the other night, was shot dead by the captain. Cotton at Augusta, Ga., has reached "the highest price of the season, 5n and nine-sixteenths for middling. The mills expecting lower prices have only moder ate supplies on hand. ""Emperor William was present at a dinner given by Prince Bismarck. Th...

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. — 13 February 1890

THE KEFLECTOK, THUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1890. Y h i?. r y LOVE THAT'S ALWAYS YOUNG. Dear wife of mine, we're growing old; Our hair is streaked with jray; Of "Silver threads among the gold" You sang but yesterday. But while you sang, it seemed to me Your face was just as fair As years ago, when I could 5ce No silver in jour hair. . I know the rose has left your cheek, "Which blossomed brightly there; Sometimes yoar step seems slow and weak, Your brow Is seamed with care ; But erer through your face I see The heart that's true as truth Shine out all steadfastly on mo In love's immortal youth. "What matter if tho hair grows gray, If love stays in the heart? Liif e's winter holds a hint of May That never can depart. Our cheeks may fade, our steps grow slow, But, dear, while love is ours, Beneath life's winter's frost and snow "Will bloom Its summer's flowers. So, dear, I tell you with a kiss, And mean it all and more, "How beautiful your old face Is Ah, fairer than before; Tor from It lov...

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. — 13 February 1890

- -- WttMttkt. THI JRUABY 13, 1890. T REFLECTIONS. ipersays that A. Hen fed a rich widow in MicfctafaH u n The revival meetings in the M. E. church have continued with good suc cess all the week. IfedHe Baptist church's new pastor, W. Hillier, filled the pulpit He is a pleasant speaker fflkfl will no doubt prove popular here - The young friends of Miss Jennie Carls gave her a pleasant surprise last Friday evening at the heme of Mr. and Mrs. Orcutt, on Sixth street, the occas ion being her 17th birthday. Salina's opera house is to receive a grand transformation and be thorough ly refitted and modernized. Um ah what's that? Abilene's ought to have the same thing? Well, we should re mark. A curiosity in nature's workings is to be seeu at the home of E. E. Ho. lar. A limb of a cherry tree placed in u Hotter pot last fall to support an ivy phiuthas blossomed cut and givesevi dvmOfj of be iring fruit. J udiwg from the exchanges which come to our table from nearly every city aud bumlet in ...

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. — 20 February 1890

p TEN PAG-ES. TEN. PAGES. VOL. vn. I REFLECTOR, Established-1883 GAZETTE, Established 1875 I ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, FEB, 20, 1890. TOE ABIIJ2ra REFLECTOR. Official Paper of Citv and County. NO. 26. lAUiinw swotm iwwcwr. S H 1 i R V i Highest of all in Leavening Power. Rcftfcd ABSOLUTELY PURE COUNTY AND CITY GOVERNMT'S COLTKTT OFFICIALS. M. B. Nicholson Judge of DIst Court W.S.Anderson Dist. Clerk Miss Lizzie Anderson Deputy " C. C. Bitting County Attorney D. W.Naill Sheriff S.J.Elll6on Under " M.H.Bert County Clerk G.D.Kolfer Deputy " J.J.Cooper County Treasurer E.H.Dingee Deputy " " W. D. Nichols Register of Deeds Mrs. n.T.Nichols... Deputy " B. W.Peck Probate Judge J. S. Ford Sup'tof Public Instruction A. C. Komig County Surveyor J. W Uaker, Chairman, ) Hi W. Kandt V..Co. Commi6sioners J. W. Hooter ) Edmund Keller Coroner CITY OFFICIALS. C. H.LEBOLD Mayor COUICIkME: FIKST WAUD. W. J. Winfleld. President M. Huffman SECOND WAUD. J.N. Shane.... IT. H. Keel TITIUD WAKD. K....

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. — 20 February 1890

-- t-m- - -&&$ -st f" Jars -iiSj!p?f rW.'.j -"Jbt.t HTfrTflTC rj . Jt - ft L v-.r- v- " KEFIiECTOR PUB. CO., Proprietors. ABILENE,- r KANSAS. A '. CURRENT COMMENT. Ajftjnt glass tableware trust is said 'to be forming. TnECatholics-fn Ontario, Can., are 'takirig'uh'ited action against the aboli tion of separate schools. EKjpilptSr on the upper Mississippi a3vereTactivgly Stwdrk trying to se cure 8undaytieing npfor their boats. The Emperor qf Germany has forbid den -the exhibition of portraits of him self, his family or his ancestors without 2iis sanction. Ill Dispatches state that Em in Pasha -was reluctant to leave Bagamoyo and that now he is grieved and expresses smazement at Stanley's statement. The "architectural,, cornerstone" of the new Tabernacle'-for Bev. Dr. Tal- jnage's flock at Greene and Clinton av enues, Brooklyn, has been placed in position. .." .. : PQgTMASTEENERAI.WANAMAKEEreri' cen tly'readl'al'iat elaborate statement in lavor of a postal telegraph before the...

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. — 20 February 1890

THE REFLECTOR. THURSDAY. FEBRtfAEY 20, 1890. j R V IV II "THE STORIES or Tnn- IBM BURGLARS. BY PEAHZ E. ST00KT0H. COPTKIGHT, 18S9. CoxraajED.J "We floated slowly, for the tide was just beginning to turn, and when we got near the house I mentioned I no ticed that there was now no light in it. "When" wo were about opposite to it father suddenly looked up and said, not speaking very loud: 'By George! if that isn't "Williamson Green's house. I wasn't thinkin' of it when we rowed up, and passed it without taking notice of it. I am sorry for that, for I wanted to see "Williamson, and now I expect he has gone to bed.' " 'Who is Mr. Green?' I asked. " 'He'3 an old friend of mine,' said my father, 'and I haven't seen him for some little while now. About four months ago ho borrowed of mo a sex tant, quadrant and chronometer. They -were instruments I took from old Cap tain "Barney in payment of some woTk I did for him. I wasn't usin' them, and "Williamson had bought a cat-boat and -was studyin...

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. — 20 February 1890

' ie JUftofo. THURSgA FEBBUABY 20, 1890. TkeflefieflorMlisMiCiw JOENJ.COOPKB. 'fe1?2' MCRAKD WAKING. ?&?bN JOHN i. COOPEH, O. L. MOOKB. -. BICHAHD WABING,. A. W. BJCE.. President Vlce President Secretary .Treasurer RicpAM WABPfQ.BuBinesa Manager. 0N3 township in Ottawa county contains 10,000 sheep. If young people trifle with the boI emu business of marriage there is no reason-to expect that there will be any diminution in the amount of marital infelicity that now finds vent in the seusatioual columns of-the newspapers. "Kansas Catholic. The latest advices are t the effect that the spring meeting of the only editorial association in Kansas, the 2ioiMWratenV,vill be a huge success. It cfrufiily will if hard work on the part of its capable and clear-headed prfl-ulfnt, 0. il. JJuuu, of Minneapolis, can make it so. . Tuk stcuring of a mail route to In dustry from Abilene, as wns advocated some week ago, has by no means been an'sthdoned. The Rkflkctok Las been vlgSrously at Nyoik on ...

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. — 20 February 1890

mjv W I uave ttie grippe" on me politicians. uawj. Ir- .n t? j I .j. V,V- i.e R fl dor's i urt -p)',dnt- Tt. or ..John Murntiy.nafUmiULaanA JJ5 'VTI . -- ,,-f L-25nfZ v ;Jt i -t-v 4 . - -' -y.. s 1 Lv$? He Mtfto. THURSDAY, FEBBTJABY 20r1890. "STour Life Is In danger while your Wood is Impure. Gross food, careless personal habits, and Tarlous exposures render miners, loggers, hunters, and most frontiersmen peculiarly subject to eruptive and other blood diseases. The best remedy i3 Ayer's Sarsaparilla. A powerful alterative, this medicine cleanses the blood through the natural channels, and speedily effects a cure. Ayer's Sarsaparilla, Prepared b v Tr. .T. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Maes. Price $1 ; "six bottle, $0. Worth $5 ft bottle. NOT5CE Is hereby given that the copartnership heretofore exiting and doing business in Abileni" Kansas, undthe firm name of n. S. Tisdule i. "o.. has this day been dissolved by mutual con-f nt, II. S. Tis.iale having cold and conveyed all ill- una! vld?...

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. — 20 February 1890

PRESIDENTS PROCLAMATION. ' POSTAL TELEGRAPH. MAEKET BEPOETS. cuciesare iv i m iu InatXeave the Strip By Octo- Grain and : . Provisions. Slflw t..TM -.'.r t-rn ?ft ; "" TlVJ". V,'V . , I for a license to tho Secretary ol Agn i as BAJXWAT TDtZ TABLES. D. P. B. B. oon.o WKJT. No. 201 Overland express I"'m No.203 Night Express 3r?.' 5J Ho.213-Freieht J1.' No. 215-Freight. 8:30 a. m GOING BAST. No.202-OverlandExpreB8 JJ- No. 204-KlghtExpresa J2.fi6a.iii Ho.212-Frelfjht Ip-m Ko.214-Freight 8:30 p.m A..T. &S.V.R. K. Going North. fasseLger rj-"00, 5 Freight! ..-lM0a.m, UOIDKSUUIU. Passenger-....... '' Freight. ................. .... 8ALTNA BRANCH. Going West. . Passenger ITrelphti ..............' , 9:45 p. m. .3:00 p.m. ..8:00 a.m .11:15 a-m. Returning to Ahllene. PMaenjer P- m Freight 10:45 a.m. PaseeHger trains run dally. Freights dally ex- ept Sunday. KOCK ISLAND R. R. Going west. No. 63 Freight,.....- No. 27 Mail and Express No. 25 Express Going East. Hn 9fi M nil nnrt TJmrpax .., ,...

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. — 20 February 1890

; ; -rrjsi t) i k T y r & . V IT ft tfcdox. THURSDAY, PEBBUAEY 20, 1890. ABuUT PEOPLE. Eev. C. M. Sharpe came up from To peka last night. B. J. Finley is attending the Masonic convention in Salina. O. Ii. Bates and his best girl were up from Enterprise yesterday. J. E. Bonebrake left last night on a business trip to Hutchinson. M. H. Bert and family returned last night from their Topeka visit. G. "W. Chalker was in town doing business in the probate court. W. P. Robinson, the Hope banker, was in the city this afternoon. Geo. Hoffman went up to Barnard yesterday to attend revival services. Thos. Dyal and wife came home over the Rock Island from their eastern visit. Mrs. C. M. Harger left at noon for a few days' visit with friends in Clyde, Kas. Prof. L. D. Arnold, of the Enterprise Harrison college, was in the city last evening. A. Malott, brother of T. H. Malott. of the Citizens bank, came in last night from Bedford, Ind. J. B. Case and W. S. Stambaugh, of Abilene, are registere...

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. — 20 February 1890

- - -TCI cs "iW-rJ kg, vwifwo . ww- ygj5f?5??'' THE REFLECTOK. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 20. 1890. iiiUi n nwnntmn n rSNAKEAM) EABBIT. r T ' ThBILatter Is Now Concealed. Mki Within the .Former. - flJUL - How a Boa Looks "When Dining The Babbit Objected Faintly, batJHe GotfXhere FinaUT Just, , ST. HELENA. JBAFAB'S DWELLING. Dr. Talmage Again Addresses His Brooklyn Congregation. Did you ever see a snake swallow a rabbit? asks a writer in the Now York Sun. No? Well perhaps it is just as well for you that, you haven't. You woilldBpapTto think it ovor , too much afterward; -wjhen the recollection would no ba altogether a-'ploasarit. one. But the reporter saw it recently and hero is the way of it: The side of the box in which the snakes were iept was re moved and two little white rabbits were dropped in. This is, the way they looked when theyfirstfin"acle 'the big serpents' acquaintance If it isn't a pretty picture it is a very truo one, and in real life was mighty in teresting, too. The snake w...

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. — 20 February 1890

THE TMMJT.Tr.nTrm. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 20, 1890. ft B & y v r li CAMP-FIRB5SfORIES. WHEN.JOHNN.E MARCHED HOME. " -. s li - v i TU nearly thirty years ago, la eighteen ilxty- one, I -vras a little shaver then, and thought it only fan. To see a thousand muskets gleam, and hear the bugle play, "While mother stood, tvlth shining eyes, and saw John march' away.; ' Bat when the bugles' piping oeased, and all the street crew stilL And mother drew me In the house, came romp ing in our WilL "Whistling; "When Johnnla 'marches home," then mother sat and cried. I hadn't seen Tier cry so since our little Danny died. And while I watched her, hair-perplexed, the whlsperei: "My son. If Johnnie ever marches home, none knoweth only One!" And after that we hushed the song, and hushed the boys at play. Who shouted oat, in sport, the words we could not bear to say. For still, whenever mother heard the chorus free and bold: "When Johnnie marches home again," her warm hand-ctesp grew cold. Her lips gre...

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. — 20 February 1890

"vCt "& ,'v,f:"W 3 ' 1 OLID Bee wf Hive RESUSCITATED! WE HAVE JUST TRADED FOR A $20, 000.00 STOCK OF fPHTP UDilijI ii 0 All purchased since last March. Also, bought H. S. Tisdale's interest in the mm mb pin in. We do not propose to keep these goods on the shelves. We invite the general public, and especially the old patrons of the Bee Hive, b call and inspect this nne stock. We have ah unusually large assortment oi ffje I eHedor THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1890. RECENT REFLECTIONS. &I ik i For Men and Boys, Ladies and Misses. Also a' large stock of Rubber Goods. These are good, clean goods, but we cannot afford to carry them in stock and in order to dispose of "(Ms surplus stock we propose to give our cus tomers an advantage, such as was never off ered in Abilene by any business house, name ly: From Thursday, Feb. 13, '90, at 9 o'clock a. m., to Saturday, March 1st, at 6 o'clock p. m., we will give you, or any member of your family, a EF n j. n fill" 8 JUlilc JJ , On this lot of ...

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. — 27 February 1890

- i " odfefcO bt v 3Milera TEN PAGES. TEN PAG-ES. t . t- "j THE ABILENE REFLECTOR, J i Official Paper of Citv and County. J ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, FEB, 27, 1890. NO. 27. vol. vn. 5 REFLECTOR, Established-1883 GAZETTE, Established 1875 I IMm lvlllf ; A IT s J I v l K Highest of all in Leavening Power. ABSOLUTELY PyRE leftedor. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1890. Cactieldism is one of the things that are "too dead to skin." Tax republican majority in the house is now ten four more than a quorum. The farmers' alliances are building large elevators in many counties of the state. The Cherokee cattle men should re member that there's many a slip 'twixt the law and the strip. TriE newspaper men had a dead cinch on the Republican League and gobbled everything in sight. L. T. Wells, .of Rooks county, has raised 5,155 bushels of small grain this year from an area of 325 acres. The state alliance will name an or gan of the farmers of the state. It will be a rich plum for the publisher to ...

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. — 27 February 1890

ABILENE WEEKLY EEFLECTOE, THUKSDAY, FEBRUARY 27. 1890. THsrittbOBIOUS - CffiBIST. Dr. Talraago on the Greatness of the Saviour. - y 4 Above All on 'Eirth and In Heaven The llcsr of language Requisite In Portray ing l GooSnchtho Christian's JS vTiiiarTrIujnph. In a recent sermon at Brooklyn T. DeWitt Talmage preached on GloriojCluiSL" His text was: that conieth from above is above Kev. "The "He alL" John iiij-l. The great preacher said: The most:raspicubus character of his tory steps out upon the platform. The finc"Srhich, 'diamonded with light, pointeAjlown to him from the Bethle hem fto'j was only a ratification of the prophecyilie finger of genealogy, the finger xrf 'chronology, the finger of cvfntj all five fingers pointing in one dirrcljjjn. Christ is the overtopping figure "of all time. Ho is the vox Lu man:Bm.illjnusic, the gracefulest line in all sculpture, the most exquisite mingling o lights and shades in all painting, the aome of all climaxes, the dom(i)f all cathedral gra...

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. — 27 February 1890

k i y ' y ALLIANCE AND GRANGE. PRELATE AND FARMER. Bishop Fink Declares that Xo Catholio Can Join the Alliance. In a Lenten pastoral letter to be read in all the churches of the diocese of Leavenworth, Kas., Bishop Fink, of the Soman Catholic church, referring to the Farmers Alliance movements, caused by the agricultural depression, says: "We may say that, surrounded by a bountiful crop as wo are, many of our people are suffering; and are in misery, uncertain what they should do in the future. The complaints come not only from the laboring classes in cities who are without work, but especially from the country districts from the farm ing population which feels that matters can not bo a3 they are for an indefinite number of years, or they would lose their house and home. Owing to the peculiar state of our country every one suffers when the farming population is in distress. Thoughtful persons are well aware that the present grievances of the farmer are but too true. It seems that alm...

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. — 27 February 1890

, .- I 11 -j--.' .1 -j--. Jv li", " Zr - ( lejkctot THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1890. A Farmers' Alliance Department. As will be seen on the ninth page of this issue of the Reflector we have arranged for a department devoted en tirely to Fanners' Alliance and Grange news. It will be a regular feature of the Refictor and will be valuable to the alliance members in Dickinson county, giving them all the latest Alli ance news of the state and nation. Thisfeature, found in no other repub lican paper of the county, will prove most attractive. We might call attention to some other good points about this ten page issue of the Reflector, such as its late telegraphic news, complete corres pondeuce, exclusive news etc., etc., but will let it speak for itself. iHrKINdON'S KSi Kll'TtON. - - Wlmr ho lraraixraton BarehU Will '. .M-y f Mis City hihI Comity m H Circulars Tins following is the proposed descrip- " tion of Dickinson county which the immigration societv has prepared for .insertion in the sta...

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. — 27 February 1890

fir I r I 1K "Wi ng- - S Y.T R it w 3 JR X: ejkdot. THUESDAT. FEBRUABY 27, 1890 ATEE'S CHERKY IKCTORAL is the best of all cough cures. It allays inflamma tion of the throat and speedily removes irri tating mucus from the bronchial passages. Mrs. L. r. Cutler, 47 North Washington sq., New York City, says : "When I was a Cirl of 17 I had a cough, with profuse night sweats, and Ayer's Cherry Pectoral cured me. I have recommended this preparation in scores of similar cases." Oyer's Cherry Pectoral, prepared by Dr. J. C. A yer Jt Co., Lowell, Mass Bold all by Druggists. Price 51 ; eix bottles, $5. ZConitnued 5rn L96tWeek. THE STRANGE STORY -OF 'Allan Quatermain'sWife BY H. ItlDEK HAGGARD, IAuthor of "Sue," "Kino Solomok'i Mutes," "Jess," "Cleo patra," Etc. A. NEW AFRICAN ROMANCE. So Hay "and thought with a heart full of gratitude, and as I did so saw old Indaba-zimbi sitting by tho fire and go ing through somo mysterious perform ance with bones, which ho produced from his bag, and ashes ...

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. — 27 February 1890

MMHMI fj-'Tfi,JiKMfBBBf?1iniT II iiim ii nrVinim i n iiiiiMim n mir ' i iw ,. ,,- mm ! iJttMLiLUTWMIl" . tFFi--' ' v--IPIPfi W!?S??T'" "iIi &!&&& ' -" sJsKkSs . , s '" 'I .-r w " , S&H fflft Merfor. THURSDAY, FEBRUAEY 27, 1890. FOR MAIL ROBBERY. OURIN BUCHANAN ACCUSED OF A18ERI0US CRIME. Arrested by a Deputy United States Marshal on a Charge of Tampering With the United States Mail While Acting as Delivery Clerk. Something of a sensation was caused by the arrest this morning of Orrin nonoti Rnn of A. G. Buchanan, the recent postmaster of Abilene, under the democratic aamimsirauuu, u m,o nf tftTTmp.rine with the mails. Deputy United States Marshal Richard Brown received the warrant this morn incr qtiiI Rnncrht the young man at his ..M.o-1c farm Ttnrt.h Of th6 CitV. -NOt finHinrr i.im he came back to the city where Buchanan was found and having wn nrrested was taken ontuenoon froin tn function Citv where he will have a hearing as to beiug bound over fo Hi TT 3. dis...

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