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A SUDDEN SHOWER.
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Or scurry under shdt'rlng sheds ;
And schoolgirl faces, pale and sweet,
Gleam fromthe shawls about their heads.
Doors bang; and mother voices call
From alien homes; and rusty gates
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The swallow dips beneath the eaves.
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The caterpillar curls and clings.
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The wet stem of the hollyhock;
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The cricket loops the garden walk.
"Within, the baby claps his hands
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LONDON TO NEW YOEIL
The Joko Played on an American
Photographer in England.
This is a story of the Camera elttb.
The Camera club in London, as every
body may not know, has now fine new
premises near Charing1 Cross, ever so
many stories high, of red brick outside
and filled with dark rooms and all sorts
of luxuries inside. Among other things
which the new building has which the
old had not, is atelcphone, which stands
in the lower hall for the use of the
When a London club attains the lux
ury of a telephone it at once takes rank
among the leading institutions of the
kind in the metropolis.
This story is the narrative of tho
fraudulent use of that telephone b one
of the members, Mr. Pyrogellic IL
Kinone, and as I have brought the mat
ter to the attention of the committee,
and as they have done nothing to pun
ish Mr. Kinone, I think it only right to
make the whole thing public, I flo not
think that a telephone is put in a club
hall for deceiving an innocent New
Pyro, as wo call him for short, is a
very popular member of the Camera
club. Perhaps that is why they do not
deal -with him as he deserves. He was
over in America a year or so ago and
the Camera club of Xew York treated
him very nicely indeed. It seemed,
however, that Mr. Iliram Waddell, of
New York, played some &ort of a joke
on Kinone, a sell of some kind, and so
Kinone swore to be even with him.
Xot long ago he met Waddell on the
Strand and took him up to the club,
where they had a long talk over New
York matters in general, and he in
vited Waddell to lunch with him at the
club the next day at a certain hour.
Mr. Kinone asked about all the pho
tographic boys in New York, and among
others of John L. Vain. I'yro had liked
Vain very much and he. asked Waddell
if there was any chance of his being
over this summer.
Waddell said then; wasn't the slight
est. John V. was interested in some
big thing out west; ho had seen him
just before sailing and Vain had said
he wished he could get over to London
this summer, but couldn't.
Shortly after this conversation Pyro
was down at the Hotel Metropole, when
who should he run against but John L.
"Bless my soul!" he said; "London
is full of Americans. I was just talk
ing about you yesterday. I met Wad
dell on the Strand and took him up to
the club, and I was asking if there was
any chance of you coming over, and he
said there wasn't; that you were going
"Oh," said Vain jauntily, "I fixed
that out west business all right and
I've come over to syndicate it if I can.
Just got in to-day. Where's Waddell
staying, do you lcnow?"
"He is staying down at the Koyal,"
"Well, I must call in and sec him. I
saw him just before he sailed."
"So he said. Look here, Vain, I
want to fix up a sell on WaddclL You
remember the one he got off on me in
Xcw York. Wc are going to have a
lunch at the Camera club to-morrow.
Couldn't you join us?"
"I will be most happy," said Vain.
"Well, then, I'll get him up there
about one o'clock. Can you be at the
telephone here at the Mctropole at one
"Well, I'll call you up and turn you
on to Waddell, and make him believe
we have got a telephone line from here
to New York. Do yon understand?
You think over it and fill him up. It
will be a good story to tell the boys
when you get back."
Til do it," said Vain, heartily, and
Kinone was to meet Waddell at Low's
exchange, and they walked together to
"I've just been over telephoning to
Paris," said Kinone. "Have you seen
about the Paris telcp hone?"
"Oh, yes, I read about it. Still, we
do longer distance telephoning than
that in America, you know."
"Ah, yes! but this Paris line, you
understand, goes under the channel.
"Well, I don't see that that matters
much, does it? 1 "believe that we tele
phone from New York to Chicago
"Yes I presume yon do. Still, of
course, that's all nothing to the At
lantic telephone from hero to New
"Telephone? Cable, you mean."
"No, 1 mean telephone."
"Thunder! I never heard of a tele
phone under the ocean."
"Oh, you're-behind tho age. .You've
been out of America for a week. You
are not up to the latest snap in electricity-
Didn't you hear anything of
Edison's new telephone before you left
"Oh! . Edison's new telephone is an
old thing, but I never heard of any at
tempt to telephone across the At
lantic" "Attempt! Great heavens! Yon are
not so far behind'the lighthouse as all
that, pro yon, Waddell? Why, bless
me, you can ring up New York from
any telephone in the city!"
"Oli, yoa can't cxpsct me to believe
that." Rni.1 WiuMnlL
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ItlKLECrOIt, Aug.c, 1331.
Under and by virtue of an order of tale
Issued by theUIerkof the district court oi
Dickinson county, state of Kansas, in a cause
pending therein, wherein Josinli East is
plaintiff and Martha J. McBlalr. Isaas Mc
IJlair, James 31. llnddin, W.U.Niold and J.
T. Buening are defendants. I will
On September 7th, A. D. 1891,
at the front door of the court bouse, in the
city of Abilene, county of Dickinson, tatn
or Kansas, nt 10 o'clock a. m. of said day, tell
to tho highest bidder for cash, the lollowirg
described real estate to wit:
Lots numbvr two (2) and three (3) oi Wal
nut street in Solomon City in Dick nson
county, State of Kansas.
The said real cstato will bo sold pursuant
to the judgment of the Court In eatd cause
recited in said order of sale
Witness my hand this 3d day of Aug., A.
50-5 D. "W. NAILL,
SUerifTof Dickinson Co., Has,
First published In tho Abilene Weekly
BEFLECTOK, Aug. 0,1891,1
Under and by virtue of an order of sale is
sued by tlio Clerk of the District Court oi
Dickinson county, state of Kansas, in a cause
pending therein, wherein Lewis M. Walker
is plaintiff and Clayton 8. Dovilblss and
Emma J. Devlbifs, Hamilton Devlblis and
Julius Kasiga are defendants, I will on
On Monday Sept, 7, A. D., 1891.
at the front door of the court house. In tho
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of Kansas, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day sell
to the highest bidder for cash, tho following
described real estate to-wit:
The southwcit quarter or section number
Ecven (7) townshih number sixteen (.C) south
otranKO two (2) eaitot tho filth p. m. In
Dickinson county, State of Kansas.
The said real estite will be sold pursuant
to the judgment ot the court in said cause
recited in said ordet of sale.
Witness my hand this th day of Aug . A
S3 5 Sheriff of Dickinson County, Kas.
First published In the Abileke Weekly
REFLECTOK, AUf. 6, 1S3L
Under and by virtue of an ord er o f sale ls
sned by tbc clerk of the district court of
Dickinson county, state of Kansas, inacanso
pending therein, wherein William Olewine
odmlnlitiatorof the estate of J. II Nyer,
deceased, la p'atntlirand John A. Turner, Ida
A. Turner, John Johntz. assignee of Lebold,
Fisher & Co., IS. It. Abbe, Mary L. May and
Balph M.Jones aro def end ants, 1 wld
On Monday, Sept. 7th, A. D. 1891,
at the front door of Lbs court house, in tho
city of Abilene, county of Dickinson, state
of Kansas, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day tell
to the highest bidder for cash, tho following
described real estate to-wit
The south throo (3) feet of lot cumber
twenty-eight (2S) and the north eighteen (18)
feet and seven (!) Inches of lot number
twessy-six (26J on Broadway street In Aug.
ustino & JLebold's sub-division of Thompson
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Abilene, In Dickinson county, State of Kan
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First Published in tho Abilexb Weekly
Reflectok July 30, 1891.
To Sarah L. Pease, Henry W. Pease and
Mary a. Pease
You and each of you are hereby notified
that you have been sued bv Samuel Holds
worth by his petition filed in the district
court oi Dickinson county, stato of Kansas
on the S3 th day of Jnly.A. D. 1S91, and that
unless you answer said petition on or before
the lOtliday of September, A. D. 1891, said
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and Henry W.lPease for two hundred.tw enty
three and thirty -hundredths dollars ($223 30)
with Interest at 8 per cent, per annum from
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a 3 Attorneys for Plaintiff.
First published in tho Abilesk "Weekly
liEFLCcroB, July 30;b, 1831 J
To Thomas Jessop, of Shelbourne, Ontar
You are hereby notified that you have
been sued by Rachel Jessop by her petition
filed in ttto district court of Dickinson
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"Oh, this is ridiculous," said Wad
dclL Pyro made no answer bat ho run?
up the telephone. ''Give me Xo. 137GS."
That was Riven, him.
"Hello; switch. me on to New York,
will you? Usintr the line? Well. I'll
wait a moment Yes yes all right
give me New York Xew York City.
Is that New York? I say, is that New
York? All right."
"Now, then, whom shall I call up?"
he said, turning to Waddell.
Waddell was speechless.
"T.cll me any of your friends;
where'S who's your partner, by tho
Waddell gave the name of his part
ner. And then he shouted: "Give mc
Waddell & Co., Waddell & Co. Is Mar
tin there? Oh, not come down
yet; all right."
''Not come down, nonsense," said
WaddclL "This is after one o'clock,"
"Ah, but you must remember it is a
great deal earlier in New York. Say,
what is Vain's address? Where's his
place of business?"'
"On Uroadway Harrison & Vain,
"Say, give me Harrison & Vain
Harrison & Vain, Broadway I don't
know the number Yes, is that Har
rison & Vain? This is Lon
don. Yes. England,
of course. Is Mr. Vain there?
VclL would you just ask him to step
to the telephone for a moment?
Well, tell him Mr. Waddell, in London,
wants to"spcak with him. Tell
him he'll only keep him a moment,
At his letters? Well, never
mind that. You tell him that we can't
hold the line here all day. Ask him. to
come j;o tho phone. t)h, is
that you, Mr. Vain? This is
Pyrolvinone, of London, Yes,
Waddell's here. "Will you
speak to him? Certainly.
"Here you arc, Mr. Waddell," and
tho astonished Wnddell put the receiver
to his ear.
"Hello, Waddell, is that you?" said
the voice over the wire. "How did you
get over? Have a nice passage?"
"Great heavens, Vain!" he said,
"You don't mean to tell me that that's
"Yes, can't you recognize the voice?"
"Yes, by Jove I do. Say, I woiddn't
believe this was possible."
"Oh, we've had this going for a week.
Just started it after you left Didn't
you hear about it?"
"No, I heard nothing about it. How
did that western speculation of yours
"Oh, all right I was out west just
after you left and fixed things up most
satisfactorily. Going to make some
money out of that"
"Why I can hear you as plainly as if
1 were talking from your office on Wall
"Yes, it seems to work first-rate
that invention of Edison's is a great
thing. I met Edison this morning, he
was in town early, and he tells me that
ho believes he is going to knock out
"Well, 1 believe he will, if it's as suc
cessful as all this comes to."
Then Vain pumped him full to his
horror about a great number of fail
ures in New York, of men that he
knew and men that he was in intimate
association with. His jaw dropped as ho
"By gosh," he said to Pyro, "New
York's going to smash. I'll have to
"Well, not before lunch, anyhow.
Eing 'cm off and we'll come up and
So they went up together into the
"Well, I can't get over that," said
"Waddell, "that beats the old Harry."
"Oh, American invention is a wonder
ful thing, you know," answered Pyro.
Just at that moment the waiter said:
"There is a gentleman" here asking for
"Oh, yes, ask him to come in," said
Pyro and in walked John L. Vain.
"Hello, Waddell," he said, "how
about transatlantic telephoning? I
guess I rather set you up on failures,
"You two villains," cried Waddell;
"but hang it I'm relieved to find that
things are not so bad as I thought I
guess, Kinone, this is my treat It's
an English invention that is the won
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Canuck and Britishers.
There is nothing in common between
the people and tho newly arrived Brit
isher. In fact the Englishman just
fresh from the old country is regarded
in Canada as a foreigner, and experi
ences the curious sensation of "being
practically an alien in a land over which,
floats tho union jack. He is more apt
to feel at home in the United States,
because all peoples newly independent
have a tendency to insist upon -the fact
in an offensive way, while a nation se
cure in its greatness, resting upon a
stable foundation of an historic past of
Its own, laughs at such insistence on its
progress as a provincialism; it is beond
either criticism or self-assertion. This
is the trouble with colonists: they an
tagonize one's sympathies by pointing
out their achievements instead of tak
ing it for granted that yon are ac
quainted with them. The national
spirit is intermittent and, therefore,
occasionally ludicrous. Walter Black
burn Harte, in N. E. Magazine.
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
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" Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil
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Dr. Q. C. Osgood,
" Castoria Is the best remedy for children of
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far distant when mothers will consider the real
Interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the various quack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
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" Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me."
H. A. ARcnKS, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, K. Y.
" Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence In their outsldo practice with Castoria,
and although we only have among our
medical supplies what Is known as regular
products, yet wo are free to confess that tho
merits of Castoria has won. us to look with
favor upon it"
United Hospital ad Dispxssary,
"" C. Surra, Fret.,
Murray Street, New York City.