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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 17 December 1885

M X M IF YOTT ARE WANTING A BARGAIN IN LUMBER GO TO MILLER & THOMAS' YARD. - - - VI ? 1 IK i ir I!' Hon. N. F. Acers. Ever since the appointment of Hon. Xeera to the office of Internal Revenue Collector, the republican press has been howling and growling, all for the rea son that he is making agood and faith ful officer and will not be led to betray the trusts of the office by the whims and curiosity of a few meddlesome peo ple. And upon this subject we take pleasure in commending the following sensible remarks of the Leavenworth Standard to the careful attention of all such fault finders and ask them to be fair in their criticism: "The Republican press of the state has of late been indulging in much se Tre censure and criticism of the way Collector Acers conducts the collector's ffice. The idea conveyed by their edi torials are outrageously unfair and un just and are calculated to prejudice Mr. Acers with all who read them", if they have no other knowledge of the subject than 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. — 24 December 1885

-J - y .- - uo -v r j ?v o iLe-,c , o V- V t j-IF WANTING A BAEGAIN IN LUMBEB AND PLASTERING MATERIAL CALL ON MDLIEB & THOMAS, ABISENE, L. "VOL. 3. BILEDSTE, DICKINSON COUNTY, IK.A.lsrS.A.S, DEO. 24, 1885. isro. 20 T A Abilene Eeflectoe. Thursday, Dec. 24, 1885. . L. STROTHEK. HEXBY UTCS STROTHER & LITTS, EDITORS. AND PUBLISHERS. "Bock of Ages, Cleft for Me." " Thoughtlessly the maiden suDg, Fell the words unconsciously, From her girlish, pleeful tongue, 8angas little children slntr; Sang as sing the birds In June; Fell the words like light leaves down .On the current or the tune Hock or Ages, cleft ror me, Let me hide myself In Thee." "Rock of Ages, clert forme, Let me hide myself In Thee.' How much pathos is expressed in those words? They may express the feelings of an agonized heart, of a heart grown weary with life's burdens, or a heart ripe with Christ's love. "Thoughlessly the maiden sung, Fell the words unconsciously. From her girlish, gleeful tongue." The maiden sang...

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. — 24 December 1885

- .JSST' "- "'. '.2 ABILENE &SFLECTQE PUBLISHED BY CURRENT COMMENT. The grain business in Liverpool was reported inactive. HEWS OF TEE WEEK.. Gleaned by Telegraph and MaU. Free delivery services have been es '.ablished at Duluth, Minn., and New port, Ky. Andrew, Frank and Harry Hughey, Tiree boys,. Tvere recently convicted at Little Rock, Ark., for robbing trains. The wife of Abe Buzzard, the "West ern Pennsylvanian outlaw, visited him it the Lancaster jail the other day and had an affecting farewell. Abe was sentenced for thirteen years. The Dakota Legislature went through the forms of organizing the Territory into a State at Huron on the 15th, and elected Judges Moody and Edgerton United States Senators. Prince Bismarck was painfully in jured the other day by the stumbling of his horse. The muscles of the Prince's leg were so severely strained as to in terfere with his walking and he was confined to his residence. Dr. C. V. Riley, Government Ento mologist, has presented to the...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 24 December 1885

UIUJJSS V k A ABILENE 11EFLECT0R PDHLISKED Dr S-rTTnrT-TK"R & TJTTS. CABEBTOFS GUT. :he Story of an Occult and Mys terious Power. Tho Dancer to "Which Its Fomenor Vsi Subject, and How It Wan Ud to Ilscrer the Lot KtII Machi nation! Thwarted. Ey Uwjh convay. Author of "Darfe hayu" "CaUrd Back," etc PART I. Continued. I loaned across the table, and, -with my fjwe about a foot from his. looked straight into his 03-03. They betrayed no sin of recognition no knowledge f my r-cnce- I am ashamed lo say I could not divest my.-elf of the impres--ion that they were looking through me. The pupils were greatly dilated. The lids wore wide apart I lighted a taper and held it before them, but could seo no exj) .n-ion of tho iris. It was a case, J eoiiiesr. ntirely beyond my compre hension. I had no experience which might s-ervo as a guide as to what was the best course to adopt All I could do wa-, to -tand and watch carefully ior any change. ' Save for his rvjnilar breathing and a I ort of con...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 24 December 1885

IF IN WEED OF LUMBER FIGURE WITH THE CHICAGO LUMBER COMPANY, E Abilene Reflectok. Thursday, Dec. 24, 1885. X. BTX07HEB. HEXBT L1TTS STROTHER & LITTS, EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS. The cruiser Dolphin left her anchor age in the Brooklyn navy yard on the 19th, for a trial trip. The cruise will last sixty days and during that time her merits and demerits -will be carefully noted. Gladstone has unfolded his scheme or Irish self-ROvernment in which he ays, "that nothing but a parliament for Ireland will meet the case, and that ahe must have sovereign power to manage her own affairs. The Re flector is more than pleased to see these steps taken which will, if success ful, give home rule for Ireland. The letter of Hon. SamuelJ. Tilden to speaker Carlislie, respecting the coast defenses of the country, is pro voking some amusing comment We say amusing, for it is amusing when Republican journals speak of the letter as a message from the President emeri tus, and then in the same breath, as it we...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 24 December 1885

JlM$XKku& B. H. D'HUT, Pn. G. Opposite Depot. HAVE YOU SEEN NOW COM CALL OX R. F. RUSSELL FOR LOW PRICES OX ALL KIXIJS OF HARNESS. CEDAR STREET, SOUTH RAILROAD, ABILENE, KANSAS. "Wanted, to know who is running the Owl Pharmacy? Ifj'ou wish to make your friend a Christmas present that will be appreci ated send him the Reflector for one ' iHC1l flSCI! OF year. (July i.oU. Keller Mj: 1 3 V y -Y LOCAL AND OTHERWISE. Have your prescriptions compounded at John M. Gleissner's Drug Store, east side of Broadway, cor. 3d street. 39-ly WW iMO i A merry Christmas to all. Patronize the class job work. Eeflectoi: for flrst All the churches will have Christmas exercises this evening, (Thursday.) Make the Reflectok man a Christ mas present by paying up your subscription. "W" I. Miiller and wife, left on the noon train "Wednesday, for Beatrice Xeb. where they will remain duriug the holidays visiting friends and relatives' J. 31. Fisher has sold his land in Trego County, this State, to Close Bros...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 24 December 1885

tSAU communications for this paper should ho accompanied by tho name of the author; not ni.'COHsarily for publication, hut as an evidence of pood faith on the part of tho writer. Vr'r!te only on one side of the pa per. He particularly careful in givinjrnamea and dates to have the letters and figure? plain and disf.net. "WAIT FOR ME." - Seaward runs the little stream. Whore tho wagoner cools his team, Where, between the banks of moss, Stand the stepping-stones to cross. O'er them comes a little maid. Laughing, not a bit afraid; Mother, there upon the shore. Crossed them safely Just before. This the little lassie's ploa "Wait for me, wait for me! Abi so swift the waters run. One false step, 'twere all undono; Little heart begins to beat, Fearing for the little feet. Foon her fear will all be lost. When the stepping-stones arecrossed; Three more yet on which to stand Two more one more then on land I Tis the little lassie's plea Walt for mo, wait for me! Ah. for you, my laughing lass. 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. — 24 December 1885

r 9 -z.r -i. y U r : THE MILITIA. Annual Convention of the National Gnard Association. Washington, December 16. The fourth annual convention of the National Gnard Association of the United States met yester day moraine. President Wingate, of Xew York, opened the convention by an address, In which he said the condition of the asso ciation was more favorable, and tiiat bills now before Congress would receive favor able consideration. General Taylor, of Colorado, was electod Recording Sec retary, and Colonel Charles E. Bridge, of New York, Corresponding Secretary. Gen- ' eral JIartranft, of Pennsylvania, made a j short address in which he counselled cau- . tious action, so as not to arouse op- j position. lie reviewed the history of the militia organization in his own State and , said that if Congress would give the de- i sired cOOO.000 for arms and ordnance stores they would ask for nothing more, j The repeal of obsolete laws affect- , ing the militia was saved for future consideratio...

Publication Title: Abilene Reflector, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene reflector. — 24 December 1885

BARGAIN IN LUMBEE MILLER & TH6&AS' YARD. EDUCATIONAL COLIN N Edited "by D. D. Hornaday, Co. Supt. County TJniformity. The following communication vras received by one of the teachers of Dick inson county, in answer to an inquiry concerning the success of County Uni formity of Text Books in Eiley county: MAKHATTAar, Nov. 24th, 1885. J. H. Ele: Dear Sir Agreeably to yor request I send a few statements on the movement for County "Uniformi ty of Text Books in Riley county. This county was one of the first to move in favor of uniformity. Tor sev eral years the matter has been under discussion. Our teachers almost unan imously have favored it. Other acuve and progressive friends of education have stood by the teacher in advocacy of it. A petition circulated through the county last winter received almost a thousand signatures in one week. The measure proposed was explained and reasons wero given showing its de sirableness in district meetings all over the county. It is believed tha...

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. — 31 December 1885

sysz&ucr T feIF WANTING A BAEGAIN IN LUMBER AND PLASTERING MATERIAL CALL ON SflLEEjSc THOMAS, ABHE3CE, HAJfSAg..' ' i i; THE ABILENE KEFLECTOK A -RTT.TR-NTFn, DICKINSON COUNTY, KA2STSA.S, DEO. 31, 1885. "VOL. 3. NO. SI. &sBuBBiL3amKfPf!GBB3Sk f y T V Abilene Eeflectob. Thursday, Dec. 31, 1885. b. l. M-nonini. henbt urrs STROTHER & L.ITTS, EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS. Kansas' Quarter Centennial. Jig preparations arc being made at Topeka for tho twenty-fifth anniversary of tho admission of Kansas into tho Union, on the 29th of January, 1886. The exercises will occupy the after noon and evening of the day. Those of the afternoon are to embrace ad dresses by ex-Gov. Charles Robinson, the first governor of the State, and by Governor John A. Martin, the present governor. Governor Martin will pre . Bide while Governor ltobinson's address is being delivered, and during the de livery of Governor Martins' address, Governor Robinson will preside. Col. D. R. Anthony, President of the Sta...

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. — 31 December 1885

.-- ABILENE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED Br STEOTHER & LITTS. OUB.BENT COMMENT. Reuben Hill, the agent at the Black feet Indian Agency in Montana, has resigned. The ancestor of all the locomotives now in use on American railroads was placed on exhibition in the historical hall at the National Museum, "Washing ton, recently. It was made in England in 1835 by George Stephenson and sent to this country. Theophiltjs F. Mills, son of the late Clark Milk, the sculptor, has pre sented a petition to Congress asking for seventeen thousand five hundred dollars for a bronze equestrian statue of the late General Rawlins, ordered by General Meigs. It was reported in London that the Government intended to prosecute one of the recently elected Irish members of Parliament for a speech made at a National League meeting, on the ground that the language used on that occasion tended to incite his hearers to commit murder. The Penney mine, near McKeesport, Pa., was entered the other night by un known parties...

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. — 31 December 1885

r f y V A ABILENE REFLECTOR PUBLISHED Br TKOTHEB & LITTS.j IMaMMMHNHM I CAMISTOX'S GIFT. Tho Story of an Occult and Mys terious Power. The Dancer to "Which Its Possessor "Was Subject, ant Hovr It Was Uaecl to Discover the tost Evil Machi nations Thwarted. By Iluch Cnnrny, AiUlior of "Dark Days." "Called Back," etc P.AUT I. CO.VTI.NUKI). "Whether the fellow was right or mis taken, tliN explanation of Madeline's di-appearancc f-eemed to give me what I can only compare to a smack in the fare. 1 -tared at the speaker in speech-le- astoni-hment If the talc he told o ghbly and c'rcum-t'intially was true, farewell, o far as 1 was concerned, to b d ef in the love or purity of women. Madeline Rovan, that creature of a pod'-, dream, on the eve of her mar rir.ge with Charles Cam-ton, to lly, ttJ.ether wed or unwed mattered little, with ano'her in.in! And yet, -he was but a woman. Carriston or Carr, as .she only knew him was in hor eyes poor. The companion of her flight i.'dght have won her...

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. — 31 December 1885

"(" ;."''!&? ''? IF IN NEED OF LUMBER FIGURE WITH THE CHICAGO LUMBER COMPANY. Ill Abilene Keflectob. Thursday, Dec. 31, 1885. B. L. STBOTHEB. HEJOIT LITIS STROTHER & LITTS, EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS. The democrats certainly enjoyed their turkey last Friday for it was the first democratic Christmas dinner in twenty five years. Canon Farrar has an article on the Church in America in the January num ber of the Xorth American Review. It is stated that during the past week $80,000 has been sent from this country to aid the cause of Tarnell and Home Rule. 'Let the good work go on and may it become more substantial and lasting from day to day, An exchange says. "The rooster should become the National bird of freedom. The American eagle lias fallen into disrepute. He is so lazy and trifling that he cannot even rise to purr, much less to soar above the clouds. The rooster is a bird that will do for both parties, as he spends half the time on the fence." It is a shameful commentary on re...

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. — 31 December 1885

- -1 - - .n w w - - For tlie Largest, Cheapest and Best Selected Stock of Lumber in the County call on the Chicago Lumber Company, Abflene, iTTf y h CAM. OX R. F. RUSSELL FOR LOW PRICES OX ATX KIXDS OF HARNESS. CEDAR STREET, SOUTH OF RAILROAD, ABILENE, KANSAS. LOCAL AND OTHEEWISE. Have your prescriptions compounded at John M. Gleissner's Drugstore, east side of Broadway, cor. 3d street. 39-ly Micbeal Forney few days past. has been sick for a The school children their vacation hugely. are enjoying Capt. J. J. lteagan moved in his new residence last Monday. G. "W. Q. Ehorer, left on Tuesday's train, for Topeka, Ivansas. Frank Strother is spending the holi days with friends in St. Louis and Illinois. Mr. Frank Kile, among .the holiday Abilene. of "Newton, was visitors of "West A new story is called ''The Editors Wallet," of course, there is nothing in it. The Episcopalians claim to have had the finest Christmas tree ever brought to Abilene. i i m i Ed. Smith, formerly with Hawk and Gle...

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. — 31 December 1885

rsae ,J "yA" -1-- .'--- -- ""I 3T - t. 619" Any person who takes tap paper rejru rlyfrora the-post-office, whether directedrc s namo or whether he is a subscriber or not, to responsible for the par. The courts have decided that refusing1 to take newspapers from the post-office, or rs HioTjnjr and leaving them uncalled for, H BEiaa facia evidence of iN-rermox ax. ruxaf TWO ANGELS. Across the night the silence ro'gns un broken, ' As death and birth again are merged in one: Uyus. the watchers, not a word is spoken . until, at length, we catch the bell's clear tone. TAnd then we turn with heart-warm words of greeting, Handf ast and smiling, of fair wishes fain. Earnest that, through the year we now are meeting-, loss may be lessened, pleasure vanquish t pain. Ah. yet, for all goodwill, must sorrownnd usl How many years, begun in hope and joy, Lie shrouded In a mist of tears behind us. Or dark with sins regret can ne'er destroy? The hands so warm in New Tears past wo miss them: The eyes ...

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. — 31 December 1885

t CHRISTMAS CULLINGS. Aff&iB After Hazea Against the Hallroad Said Too Much Kicked la the Street Steal for Ships. Washhtgtojt, December 25. Mcses Bradso&w, the private secretary of ex-Representative Kobeson, of New Jersey, who tos private secretary of Judge Gresham -when, be was Postmaster General, intends, it is said, to renew the fight against Third Assistant Postmaster General Hazen, which be began when be was in the department Mr. Bradshaw was appointed chief of the stamp division when Mr. Graham was re moved by Judge Gresham, because a mem ber of the committee that counted the de fective sheets of postage stamps, sent to the department for destruction, stole a quantity and disposed of them to dealers in this city. Judge Gresham held that Mr. Gra ham was negligent in bis duty, in conse quence of which the stamps were -stolen. He was thereupon removed, and Mr. Bradshaw appointed in his place. A few months afterward while Mr. Hatton was Postmaster General, Mr. Brad shaw wa...

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. — 31 December 1885

BHaaavsM N V --- -.1. r XGv sS8ln 5wWii;?' BARGAIN IN" LUMBER F l! h I K Election Proclamation. "Wuekexs, On tbo sixteenth day of Decem ber, A- D. 18S5, the Board of County Coihmis sioners of Dickinson county. State of Kan Bay, duly made and caused to be entered of record upon the journal of said Board the following order, to--wit: STATE OF KANSAS, ( DlCKIXBOK COUNTT, J ES. Before the Board of Coantv Commission era within and tor said county and State. In the matter of subscription to the capl. tal stock of the Omaha, Abilene and Wichita Bailway Company, by Dickinson county, State of Kansas. Order: And now, to-wit, this sixteenth day of De cember, A. D. 18S5, at a special meeting of the Board of County Commissioners of said county of Dickinson, there being present Samuel Bricker, chairman, and .Nathan Blerins and Henry "VT. Kandt, members thereof, and Bichard "Waring, Clork ot said county, the petition of Jacob May and others, which said petition, omitting the names submitted theret...

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. — 7 January 1886

T 'lftfTf??t 'iiiitjBWirgBltm 'f " U?A TrT5j,rT?y . f &SMF WANTINGvA BAEpAJ,JNcXTJMBERrAND PLAbxj&iiiNG MATEEIAL CALL ON MIEEER & THOMAS; f ABlpiiPi . " vd nti -- w.- - m m t "ciyiJT i f PROTY r State liisH 0 4 'TOPES, KtaMSBTQ. - && VOL. 3. ABILENE, DICKXtsTSOlT OOTJiTTir, K-AJSTS-AJS, JAN-X 5S6- - 'Tin ."fs-w - THE ABILENE nra v """V W. V i 'I J U 8 V-iL(i ' rt , i- ( -. V, Abilene Eeelectob. Thursday, Dec. 31, 1885. B. I. HTJIOTIIEK. HEXKY LITTS. STROTHER & LITTS, aDITORS AND PUBLISHERS. i 'JO Jifl'j- : 1ft ": 'r.r.Trj;. S-i, r " 'rz .. '". . ' 1 it deep, and thus drive the whole Arctic current into the Gulf stream. This, he claims, would give XQYa Scotia and the cold JNew, England coast a climate of delightfully mild description. The cost of the work would he $40 000,000, not such a -Yeiy greafc-snmin comparison with the benefits to be de rived, lie calculates that the combined cold currents, when drivea into the gulf stream, would defect tlurtfcuirrent S...

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. — 7 January 1886

"'-v t . Afer ,. H.j-tJr assasac '$&&&'&? ABILENE ftEFLECTOB r PUBLISHED BY BTEOTHER & LITTS. CURRENT COMMENT. The President of the Birmingham Liberal Association denied the truth of the rumor that John Bright intended to resign his seat in the English Parlia ment C. C. Geohgeson, of Denison, Texas, for several years Professor of Agricul ture and Horticulture at Bryan College, has been appointed to aprofessorship in the State College at Tokio, Japan, for which place he will leave as soon as his papers arrive. A meeting of the leading merchants was held at Boston recently to take ac 'tion relative to the alleged under valu ation of imported goods by custom offi cers at Xew York, by which importers at Boston and elsewhere were placed at a disadvantage, and a committee was appointed to aid the special committee of the United States Senate in its inves tigation into the subject. A boat's crew of the whaling schooner Mary E. Simmons, of New Bedford, Mass., commanded b...

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. — 7 January 1886

'-' "Tt?" " --"j- i ;"0"0"5?iV r''""N f I if ABILENE EEFLECTOE PUBLISHED BY STEOTHEB & LITTS. - ' - 11 L CAEEISTOFS GIFT. The Story of an Occult and. Mys terious Power. The Dancer to Which IU Possessor YFas Subject, ami IIor It Wat Used to Dibcover the Lost Evil 3Iaclii- natlons Thwarted. 2Sy Hugh Conway, Author "Called Hack,' of "Dark 'etc Bays.' TAUT II. Continued. I thought I knew the way well enough, In fact. I had alwas prided myself upon -remembering any road once driven over "by me; but does any one who has not tried it really know how a heavy fall of snow changes the aspect of the country, sntl makes landmarks snares and delu sions I learnt all about it then, once .and for ali. I found, alo. the snow lav jauch deeper than I thought could popf ily be in so short a time, and it still fell in a manner almost blinding. Yet I ivcnt on bravely and merrily for some iniles. Then came a bit of" uncertain ty Which of those two roads was the Tight one? This one, of course no, the o...

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