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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 27 February 1890

i r" y t f y V V BAILWAY THEE TABLES. G. P. B. R. No.303 Night Express 832. m No. an Overland express 430 p. m Ko. 213 Freight 4:18 a.m No. Sl5-Yz&gi.-. ... 8:30 a. m Qoaaxisr. Ho. 302 Overland Express ll:59a.in No.204 NIgMExpreas !2:56a.zn nto.aia .reeignt 7:20p.m No.214 Freight 8:30p.m No.2t6 frelgth 1:40 p.m A..T. S.F.B.R. Going North. rasseriger .... . 7.-oo s. m. Freight Ul.lOa.m, GolneSonth. Passenger.... .... .... 9:45 p. m. Freight. . . 3:00 p.m. SALINA BRANCH. Going Wert. Pfe?eer 8.-00 a.m Freight 11:15 a.m. Returning to Abilene. I?"6?5 5P. m. Freight 10:45 a. m. Passenger tralnB ran dally. Freights dally ex eptBonaay. EOCK ISLAND E. R. Going West. No. B3 Freight 10-lBa.m. No. 27 Mall and Express 5:Mp.m. No. 25 Express ..........11:H a. m. Going East. No. 20 Mail and Express 9:07 a. m. No. 23 Express 3:30 p.m. No.66 Freight 5:17 p. m. Pasnenger trains run daily. Freight trains dally except Sunday. MISSOURI PACIFIC AT HERINGTON. Goinif West. Passenger. No.SCl 5:54 p.m. T...

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. — 27 February 1890

ABILENE WEEKLY REFLECTOR, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1890. M fc ! I. - BETLECTOR, PUB. CO., Proprietors. J . ABILENE, -'... . KANSAS CURRENT COMMENT. I jCoiJ5S,.an?Americaiif won the sprint Jag handicap at Sheffield, England. IEmpebob- William . fc ' 4 of Germany has the treatment of ordered a reform in soldiers in his army. .. The Russian Government will build Wveral new ironclads and cruisers dur- Ing the coming summer. gS f , The Inter-State Commerce Commls- .'rion has decided that special low rates n jto theatrical companies are illegaL m- Tbeasubeb Huston says positively ? Hhat he will not retire from the treasury rt iat present, but may do so in a year of so. Father Kra sella has been sentenced to two months at hard labor for his con j . section with the eviction at Glengary, I JielancL ' The performance at the , .Theater, .Now York, for the Broadway benefit of t . Mrs. James G. Blaine, Jr., who is sick, inetted S4,00P. jClxvr Spbeckels appeared before the House Committee on Ways ...

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. — 27 February 1890

ABILENE WEEKLY BEFLECTOB, THUKSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1890. fC ? W -JES A LITTLE GIRL.' t)n'y a little girl I know. With golden hair an' bright blue eyes, Jes'-aboat three years old or so " One o' the kind 'at never cries "When ye sera tross ward, but Jes' Look3 at you so reproachlnl like Tcieelyc'd rather die, Lguess, Than scold or lilt ver band ter strike. -Jes' a little thing 'at makes the lore Come surgin' up till It fills yer heart, Jiji' ye think an angel from above Has made herself o yer life a part .A little thing -with a tender way An' a smile so sunny an' bright, It drives all sorrow an' care away, Like darkness 'fore the morain' light TRiat's all 'at she wuz ter me, sir Jes' a little girl, cz ye say; An' perhaps I oughtn't to murmur Because she was taken away. But it's hard to learn to be patient, It's hard fur to bow down yer head, Though ye know there's an angel above A prayin 'at ye may be led. T. E. Milton, In Aurora SentlneL THE STORIES or THE THREE BURGLARS. BY PEA1TZ E....

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. — 27 February 1890

fiss -3- i K 'i 's T - HIE jrt lESUSCITATED! J-i. V WE HAVE JUST $20,000.00 5 stock: oie1 IM M All purchased since last March. Also, bought H. S. Tisdale's interest in the E U JD UM INK "Wexlo not propose to keep these goods on the shelves. We invite the general public, and especially the old patrons of the Bee Hive, to call and inspect this fine stock. We have an unusually large assortment of Boots For Men and Boys, Ladies and Misses. Also a large Vtock of Rubber Goods. These are good, clean goods, but we cannot afford to carry themTin stock and in order to dispose of this 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 Pp ft r rat Din On this- lot ofitoots and Shoes, and anyarv ticla of merchandise, except Groceries, for sale b f tte. This is a concession t...

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. — 6 March 1890

'stcuV u Zvyts(U L I 3Uilrw Ifeekl TEN PAGES. PAGES. VOL. VH. i REFLECTOR, Established-1883 I GAZETTE, Establisned 1875 i ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, MARCH 6, 1890. THE .ABILENE REFLECTOR. Ofeclal Paper of Citv and Countv. I NO. 28. gimttiox. f I y ) to. r Highest of all in' Leavening Power. U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1889. Bakin Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE &n Mthidot. THURSDAY, MAKCH 6, 1890. Chicago people may have large feet but they get there all the same. IIk is indeed a rash prophet who in dulges in predictions on Kansas weather. A Kansas man has written an arti cle on the poetry of poverty. A Kan sas man can see bright spots in every thing. TriE agent of the Alliance store near Hillsboro in Marion county has de camped, and the stockholders are "left" to hold the bag. Kansas passes more resolutions to the square mile than any other state in the union. Her citizens believe that "whereas, therefore be it resolved" is a sovereign remedy for all evils, phy sical or politic...

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. — 6 March 1890

J CLEYER TBICKS. Herrmann's Pamour Peats at 'Sleight of HancL - His "Wonderful and raizllng "Decapita tion; .Trick How It I Dob- Simple Enough "WlaSli JToh Know How. For a number of years the master pieces of Herrmann have been his two decapitations. The first one ho usually used in his magical sketch, where a countryman with, "a sorter buzzing" in bis head has it cured by cutting off the offending member. The subject takes a seat in a high back, upholstered chair. Thedng'back of the chair is thickly paddoa andlias two silk cords running jvr O'THE DECAPITATION CHAIR. crosswise on it, one from tho inner edge of eiTffer arm up to tho top corner of the opposite side.thus making abroad X. The subject being seated in a chair, a largoihelmet or "receiver" i; placed on histhead. The helmet is of any bright metaVhas a vizor in front, and is open atjhe'back. Af ter. , it is placed over his head the vizor is, lifted to show that tho head is there, but in reality a dummy head is seen, made up ...

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. — 6 March 1890

ABILENE WEEKLY REFLECTOR, THURSDAY, MARCH .6, 1890. ) V is is ) IAIMAGE ON GrEADY. rhe Great Preacher Eulogizes the Great Editor. Wonderful Achievements or a Brief life The Ilenponslbllltie of Newspaper Men The Example of a Christian life. The subject of a recent sermon preached at Brooklyn by Bev. T. De Witt Talmage was: "The Life and Death of Henry W. Grady, the Editor and Orator." He took for his text Isaiah viii. 1: "Take thee a great roll and write in it with a man's pen." The preacher said: To Isaiah, with royal blood in his veins and a habitant of palaces, does this divine order come. He is to take a roll, a largo roll, and write on it with a pen, not an angel's pen, but a man's pen. So God honored the pen and so honored manuscript. In our day the mightiest roll is the religious and secu lar newspaper, and the mightiest pen is the editor's pen, whether for good or evil. And God says now to every lit erary man, and especially to "every journalist: "Take thee a great roll and w...

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. — 6 March 1890

T "V r Z S r M -" I lf itv lfer 'fr- r i . ffje MeJIetfor. THURSDAY, MARCn 6, 189D. FARMERS' ALLIAEE. They Hold a Meeting and Look at the Situation. S0XETBI5G RADICALLY WROSC. Th Kmhj ProblWUonUU Ex-GoTerBMr St. Jobs and Other Speaker Grand Lodge A. O. U. VT. Officers. ' "Wichita, Kan., Fob. 27. There was s secret meeting yosterday of presidents -and secretaries of the Fanners' Alli ances in this county attended by a num ber from Eeno, Kingman, Butler and Harvey Counties. The President of the State organization, l ILClover, was in attendance. It was intended to keep the wholo affair a seoret, and as far as tho politicians of the town are concerned it was success! ul. Thero wore present fifty-two leading alliance men and thoy were in session jestorday morning on the upper floor of s leading hotel only ono or two going in and out at a timo and keeping close watch that no ono should find out what was being done. They adjourned at 12:80 and an hour later were back to buslnoss, and remai...

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. — 6 March 1890

I ::i District Court. 55Ti5STL ?I2fL - -.- S-'LLL -;::::Tf.. Pjig .owr )rcS. ire SS BO? tS..; sS. jincl nnili NAJ oingJ . .. . rnnTC 6 iolng :xpr uoin; .xprci is n ay. ,C1F1 Goin 1 ... No. 5 , ho, GOB ' 18. )AY T icotfl ltnu jr un et raily th6 Nort irt-D ;PU 3 ,Sha win Els' ate; lam lal lanj ttei Uo iron lati nat jtet aga ing it I It cet s ran fa tfi a! 9 I - THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1890. RECENT REFLECTIONS. Supt. G. W. Winans will lecture in Herington March 7th. Fifteen emierants for the state of Washington will leave the first of the week. Squire A. M. German is reported as so far recovered as to be able to take out door exercise. Cooper & White shipped three cars of One cattle to Kansas City last night and J. J. Cooper one car. Only one paper in Dickinson county has an editor degraded enough to carry whisky ads for Kansas City saloons. A dozen or more high five clubs are in full blast in the city, and the fasci nation of being set back is enjoyed in all parts of town. Ingalls is g...

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. — 6 March 1890

PjjhPgfP r f u ;. Y . ? ' I ' ' ' i - i J3 anapfij i m 4 Meat flfce 1 elector. THURSDAY, MAEGH 61890. ' l THE CHAMPION Blood-purifier, Ayer's Sarsnparilla leads all others in age, ment, and Pnty. It tones up the system, improves the appcti c strengthens the nerves, and vitalizes the Blood. Just -what you need. TT" " T am sellinc your poods freely, and mo. o medicines pnt together." B. A. Mc iuu. -. Grand lipids, Mich. Ayer's Sarsapanlia, Prepared by Pr. .7. C. Aver fc Co.. Jc'.l. Ma.. rHce $ ; il bottles, &. Worth a bottle. mm aWf-S- Q. afljse1 or ? SOWS. -WForBatcbyBARXES&NJRTIlUItAFT Abilene. K.uua-J. anl3 ri.tcly Conitnued frein Last Week. THE STRANGE STOy -OF Man Quatcrain'sWife BY H. bdek haggard, Atjthoh of "She," "Kino Solomok'i Mikes," "Jess," "Cleo patra," Etc. Kxniag -with EendxQca and the dogs for st ride, xezsin? to set back home hv mid- ! day, for my father is ill and I do not like to 1C3T6 him for Ion?. But just as I was going' to turn when we were about where ...

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. — 6 March 1890

rt t x' t R -. - V f v &ahv ,WAY THEE TABLE8. (J. P. R. B, OOINO WHET. y , V-n 1- winmt fTm. 1 TITS' No .2 . ..u.i sprees 4:01 j. . !o.2d Nigb' ixprefas- &24.jb. So. 213 -Freight i 4:l8.m. No. 215-Freight , a :30 a.m. GOING EAST. No.202 Express 12:22 to 12:12 a.m. No.204 ThronghExpress 12:50a.m. No.200 Sight Express 1:21 a.m. rlo.212 Freight 6:55 p.m. No.214 Freight 8:25p.m. No 2tG freight 3:0r-o.m. A..T.4S.P.B.B. Going North. rassenger . ..... 7.-00 a. m. Freight .. -1M0 a.m. Going Sonth. Passenger................. ... 9:15 p. m. Freight. - 3:00 p.m. SAUNA BRANCH. fJolns-VpT. Passenger .". . 8.-00 a.m rreight Ii:i5 a-ra. neturnine to Abilene. Paseenrer 9tf 5 T). m 1 Freight " 7.7.7.7.7... 7.10:45 a. to. FaaseBger trains rnn dally. Freights dally ex- ept Sunday. KOCK ISLAND R. R. Going west. No. B3 Freight No. 27 Moil and Express No. 23 Express ..10:18 a.m. ,. 5:52 p. m. .. .,11:14 a.m. I'OIDK X.BSU No. 2ft Mail and Express 9:fi7a.m. No. 2 Express 3:30p.m. jXo. CO Freight 5:...

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. — 6 March 1890

V VJs" ABILENE WEEKLY BEFLECTOB, THUKSDAY, MAKOTT 6, 1890. hp" T I i .- - - REFLECTOB PUB. CO., Proprietors. Abilene," KANSAS. CURRENT COMMENT. (Fbost in ilississippi has played havoc Tvith arly vegetation. E (The. Socialists of Germany cast nearly 1,500,000 votes at the late election. Dk. E. A. Xilboukxe, the noted ex pert on insanity, died at Elgin, 111., re cently of paralysis. 'The Portuguese Government has re duced the duty on foreign wheat to 16 xeis per kilogramme. Ha3)ld M. Sewall has. heen con firmed by the Senate as Consul-General for the Samoan islands. Ex-Tkeastbeb Coxstaxs, of Newport, Ky., has offered to compromise his S35, 000 defalcation for S6.000. Germay is again permitting the im port of American meat, subject to a very elaborate system of inspection. The granite dealers and quarry own ers of If ew England have formed an as sociation for mutual protection. Ax autopsy performed on a New York man the other day showed that his vital organs were all in wrong places. T...

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. — 6 March 1890

ABILENE wmm.T TrayT.F.OTOR. THURSDAY. MARCH 6, 189(1 7 THE TURNPIKE ROAD. Wen I rant to go to Boston, some thirty miles away, 3 hitch the marc at four a. m. an' start at peep ' ll.1T! Thro' cross-road lanes she pulls along as if she -J felthcrload, .An don't get doni to business till she strikes the turnpike road. 3ut -w'en she strikes the turnpike road to trot l" is only play. K An' she snifls a smell of Boston w'en it's fifteen miles away. She fergits her heaves an' spavins, an' don't seem to min' her load, 3nt Jes' cracks thro' the atmosphere along the turnpike road. .An the rat-tat of her hoof-heats is like the rum- tum-tum Wen armies march to victory bchin' the battle- drum; Ven she pints her noso Xer Boston, she needs no spur nor goad, 3ut -whirls the irori beneath her feet along the turnpike'road. JVn' men are jest like my ol' mare, along the cross-road lanes They hev no ginger in their Wood, no Hghtnln in their brains; .An' they get apt to kick and balk, an' groan be neath t...

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. — 6 March 1890

-XFV-" v I! 4 If lejiedor. THURSDAY,. MARCH 6, 1890. RECENT REFLECTIONS. . The mother of William Ramsey, of Solomon, died in that city yesterday and was buried today. The' finance committee of the bureau of immigration has nearly com pleted Dickinson county's quota of the funds necessary to be raised. The Spot Cash grocery stock was sold this morning to L. R. Baker, of Leavenworth for $800: Chas. Estes bought the accounts and will collect the same. The case of Mclnerney vs. Sutter Bros, has been decided in favor of the defendants and the jewelers will re tain their store until the expiration of their lease. March collection are reported as more satisfactory thau those of several months past. This is an encouraging sigu and promises much for the volume of business to be transacted during 1S90. A number of Saliuaites are out in a card "denouncing" tho Republican for criticising Anderson. The gentle men should remember that muzzling the press is a rather difficult job to undertake. Kan...

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. — 13 March 1890

4 TEN PAG-ES. -RAGLES. 7 " vol. vn. j RKFLECTOR, Established. 1883 j 1875 j ABLENE? DICKENSON COUNTY, KANSAS, MARCH 13, 1890. J THE ABILENE REFLECTOR, I t Official Paper of City and Countv. J NO. 29. I I 1 GAZETTE, Established. x i C I Highest of all in Leavening Power. Rol ABSOLUTELY PURE Is the union labor party dead or only playing a still hunt game? One of the modern qualifications for statesmanship is the ability to get in terviewed The Clay Center Timesj.gddrf flop to Anderson is explained by 'the fact that Anderson gofr- Del Valwtine the regency. y- Sikce the emergency rate has come so far from helping the emergency there is not eo much howling for credit for securing it. Let the people rest in ease, let the lordly eagle screech; the country's saved, we need not fear Grover's made another speech. The demand (?) for an extra session of the legislature has followed the resubmission racket into the shades of oblivion. .Both were for effect only. Tiieke is no limit to the lies a ...

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. — 13 March 1890

ABILENE WEEKLY EEFLECTOE, THUESDAY, MAECH 13, 1890. BOWLING AS AN ABT. Borne Points About the Manly and Enticing Game. Instructions That to the Uninitiated Sound like Sanscrit Some of tho Very Queer Postures That Novices' Sometimes Assume. O VOU bowl? That is ono of a number of questions that Tvill bo put by athletic young men and women this winter. Bowling this winter will be more popular than ever. Many profoss to know how to bowl, but vory few are really graceful bowlers, says tho Now York Mail and Express. It's easy enough to listen to a player when ho tries to tell you about the game, but it is entirely another to follow his instructions. "If you mako a strike," tho player will say, "then another, then a spare, then a miss and so on, your first ball counts on the next frame." You XOT A GRACEFUL WAY. think you aro losing two balls, but you aro not. This is tho way tho player ex plains tho method of scoring": Let A represent a player in a match game. Ho marks a ten strike with hi...

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. — 13 March 1890

ABILENE WEEKLY EEFLEGTOE, THUKSDAY, MARCH 13, 1890. ft t B V , . J GOOD CHEISTIANITY. b - , L DiECOursov'By Bey'T. De Witt Talmage on Creeds. Too Many Persons Bound By Narrowly In terpreted Creeds Faith In Christ the Great Criterion Broader vjews Needed. "In a late sermon Eev. T. uoWitt Tal nage preached on tho "Revision of Creeds," and he took for his text John ad. 44: "Loose him and let him go." He said: By Bihle is, at the place of this text, imtten all over with lead pencil marks made last December at Bethany on the ruins of the house of Mary and Martha and Lazarus. We dismounted from our horses on the way up from Jordan to the Dead Sea. Bethany was the summer evening retreat of Jesus. After spend ing the day in the hot city of Jerusalem He would come out there almost every evening to the house of His three friends. I think tho occupants of that house were orphans, for the father and mother are not mentioned. But the son and two daughters must have inherited property, for it mus...

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. — 13 March 1890

fr e Mtdox. THURSDAY, MAECH 13, 1890. SUPPLY OF GRAIN. Immense Hoards of Corn in Farm ers' Hands. STATISTICIAN DODGE'S REPORT. Chicago Delegates and the Subcommittee Agree on a World's Fair BUI The Kxecntire Session Leaks." Washington, March 11. The statis tical report of tho Department of Agri culture for March relates to the distri bution and consumption of corn and wheat. It makes the proportion of the corn crop in the hands of growers 45.9 per cent, or 970,000,000 bushels, and of tho wheat crop 31.9 per cent, 15G,000,000 bushels. Tho stock of corn on hand is the largest ever reported in March, of the largest crop, after the mildest winter. The averago of eight annual returns is 077,000,000 bushels; that of last year 787,000,000 bushels. The average consumption to March 1, is 1.143,000,000 bushels, a figure only exceeded last yoar and in 1SS0. Tho proportion of mer chantable crop of 18S9 is 85.7 per cent, exceeded in recent years only by those of 1SS4 and 18S0. The average value ...

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. — 13 March 1890

S. - &t; R t Mtdox. THURSDAY, MAKi'H 13. 1S90 REoEJST REFLECTIONS. Whenever I'm reading the papers I see Nearly always some name that's familiar tome; Some old-time acquaintance of mine has been wed, Or a friend's name is found In the list ot the dead, But one fact peculiar I don't understand I'Te noticed in all of the papers I've scanned. I look through the "births- with a hope that's forlorn, For no one but strangers appear to be born. Young ladies had better be -fast asleep than fast awake.. A farm in Franklin county is taxed 9 cents on real estate and $330 on dogs. - Hope Dispatch: Paul & Jacob3, of Abilene, ate fitting up the Catholic church with new pews. . Ed Howe says that when a man can think of nothing else to do he can get out an injunction on somebody. , It is reported that the receiver of the First Xational will declare a divi dend of 10 per cent, to all creditors in a short time. It is said that one woman in Abi lene claims to conttol the ladies' votes of a cer...

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 March 1890

1 Sw- i "5 'V. ' VT 4", V - ffc Bctor THUESDAY, MABCH 13, 1890. iJEBSLffl r-m.iin, in sin;.?! comjass, the essential '..'rtuvj of the b"st vppctaWo cathartics, i'ii'-v an a sure n:re for Costiveness, Indl-p-Mi-n. ami Liver Complaints; are pleasant i- take; prompt, but mild, in operation. :fr. .7.-.m.- Quinn. of Middle st, Hartford, it :mi.. t-siifips : "I-liave used Ayer's Pills i. r !!. past thirty years and consider them an i;. valuable faniily medicine." Ayer's PNIs, Sold by all Druggists and Dealers in Mediclno. fConitnued 'rem Last Week. THE STRANGE STORY OF Man Quatermain'sWife lii H. KIDEK HAGGARD, Axrrnou of "Sue,-"' "Kino Solomon'! Mixes, n "Jess," "Ci.eo- ' patra," Etc. A. NEW AFRICAN ROMANCE. "Sir, I am that boy, and ray namo is Allan Quatcnnain. Those children who lay sick are all dead, their mother is dead, and my father, your old friend, is dead also. Like you, ho emigrated, and last year ho died in tho Cape. But this is not all the story. After my advent ures I, one K...

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