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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 March 1883

Ph need tt J. J r, vrdk bretl J tl G evei atf J ; v COI J ' ter I Al ,1" a. IT a i c lc I C c u O) E I i e Losing Three Bets, A tipsy fellow in a Yreka, California," Baloon walked up to a big burly miner one night, and, without saying a word, pulled the miner's nose. The miner re sented the insult by' curling the little fellow up under a "billiard table by a blow from his siege-hammer fist. He came from under the table with a broad grin on his face and his aequiline nose slightly out of plumb, remarking: "That' was the first time I ever viewed a billiard table from that position." In about five minutes he walked up to the miner and pulled his nose the second time. The miner's arm shot out like lightning and the nose-puller was wafted over a card table against a red-hot stove. ' When he regained his feet he winked with the eye that wasn't hurt, and said: "That was a regular bungstarter." The third time lie pulled the miner's nose they had to throw water in his face to bring him to hi...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 March 1883

Pliiliidjurg Herald. rsss Cwinr to-Jelay in getting soie of the material fur the. enlarguieht of the Herald our article on the origin ot our county debt and some other points in reird to it, cannot appear in this week'p issue, but we have several valuable com uiunieatLns on the subject, as well us an article taken from the Chief, and hujr-t that the investigation spoken of would do no harm. In.re;rrd to the insinuations of the Lamb out-fit, a3 to duplicate warrants hcing issued, we should not be surprised if it were so. We are informed that the only rsastin that he did Dot get a bill allowed twice, was that the commission, ers caught him at it before the warrant was issued. It is an old rule, and as jood as ever, that the man who yelps 'vtop thief,' will do to watch. We also understand that there is no particular hurry about this matter, as it is doubt ful whether any nf the warrant holders w ill accept the bonds uuder the luw. The Logan "Kutcr!rise" is evidently suffering under a m...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 March 1883

Fiiillipsbun Heraid. MARCH 22, 1883. WILLIAM BISSELL. Editor. Secret Societies. I. O. O. F. Phiilipsburg Lodge Ne. 165, raeeta every Wed nesday, Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. IIf.nky McDowell, ' 0. J. 11. Hahnenkratt, Kec. Secretary. A. F. and A. M. Phiilipsburg LodgaNo. 184, meets every Sat urday on or before the full moon. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. J U Uephart, Sec F T M Dltciieb, W M. K. of P. Creient Lodge No 42, meets every Monday evening. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. l-.viu Masker CO. J Jackson K ofR and S, G. A R. Phiilipsburg Post No 7. meets Saturday after the full moon, Visiting Comrades always wel come, i KA.NK. aTKAl.X, P C. J W Lowe, Adj. Clitarcli Directory. , M. E. Church Rev. J. Boicourt, every sec ond and fourth Sabbath at7X o'clock p. m., al ternate 11 o'clock :p. in. Ba"pUt:-lev.W. C. Archer, every first bab kath at 11 o'clock a.m. and 7X o'clock p.m. Every third Sabbath at Iti p. m. Presbyterian : Kev loseph...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 March 1883

e THULIPSBURG HERALD. Published by Iler&Id Publishing Association. TniLLIPSBURG; - - KANSAS. gurrefi' THE NEWSJN BRIEF. An electric tram-car recently tested in Xondon, .Eng., ran a distance of four miles, fulfilling the conditions claimed for it. The issue of standard silver dollars Irom the mints for the week ended on the loth was $209,000; for the corresponding period last year, $144,000. Toe President has been requested by Secretary Lincoln to order a military court to inquire Into General Ilazen'a manage ment of the Signal-service Bureau. In the English House of Lords on the 13th the Colonial Secretary opposed the idea of using force 'against the Boers as being calculated to create an African Ireland. At a recent meeting of twenty-one delegates representing the South Yorkshire and Lancashire (Eng.) iron trades, it was Tesolved to restrict the output of finished 'ron' - Two new breaks occurred in the Pan ther Forest Levee, above Helena, Ark., on the 0th, making four in all, a...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 March 1883

SB ;1 H 1 TO COnXlESPOTTrjENTS All communications for rnis paper should b accompanied by the name ol the author, not necessarily for publication, but as evidence of good faith on tne part of the writer. Write -only on one side of the paper. Be particularly Mtw.-caref ul, in eiyiug names and dates, to have all tetters or figures plain And distinct. E ASTER. O Earth, forjet thy winter; O nature, bud and bloom, JLni clothe 6lopes with greenness that late were hunjr with jrloora. Oclu6te-ed Easter lilies, your frleaminy cen- sers lift, " Torth comes the mighty Victor, the rocky ' ; tomb to rift, r, O gentle Easter angels be switt to greet the ; . .day s TVneii from the yuanieS chamber the stone la rolled awav. And Chr t, the Kinjr, steps onward, with Death beneath him dead. And loads his ransomed homeward, with glory on His bead. "Three days ago they laid Him, all pulseless, on the bier; The thorn-marked brow was pallid; their hearts stood still in fear. Three dnys ol solemn stillness, ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 March 1883

Phillfpsburg Herald. HARCH 22.1SS3 TERCHERS; COLUMN CV-W, Snodobass, FditoT, Rosk M. Eldked. f a,tor- Official Directory of the Phillips County Teachers Association : President. Miss. May Webster j Vice President, Allan Sanford ; Sec retary, J. E. Atchison; Editors, C. W. Snod gran8 and Rose Eldred. A'l communications maft be addrensed o 'Teacher Afsoclatian." Vhillipsburj?, Kansas' Eight Rules for Losing Control of a School. 1. Neglect to furnish each pupil plenty of scat work. 2. Make commands you cannot se cure the execution of. Occasionally make a command with which it is im possible to comply. 3. lie frivolous and joke pupils to such an extent that they will be forced to "talK. back." This will break the ice and they will soon learn to be im pertinent in earnest. Or else be so cold and formal as to repel them. 4. Allow pupils to find out that they can annoy you. .5. J'romLse more in your pleasant mood than you can perform, and threaten more In your blue spell "than you intend t...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 29 March 1883

Herald. 1l OILL i H : URG i t SPEAK TO THBM THAT TBEV GO FO BWAliD. it; 1H VOLUME V. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, TOGO ao a NUMBER 28 if ! n PHILLIPSBURG HERALD PUBLISHED EYERI TBTESDAY, By WILLIAM BISSKLL. NOTICE. In ordir to give the Herald a general circulation, in Phillips County ve Hl7uriee the I'ost Matters of I hillips C runty to act as our Agents, in taLing sub serif lions for tlu Herald, and we do agree to pay View a liberal compensation for their trouble Arrival an.fi Departure ot the Jtlails TL mails arrive and depart from Phi'Ipfbars j follows: Wail forC. Mo. P. R. JL, east anl wept, and Marvin, leuve l'hilliiburfir at 9 p. ui., arrives at Phillipsburg, 4 a. ni. daily. Alma and Phillipsburg, learesTuesdays.Thurs day und Saturdys, at 7:3 a. m. Arrives Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays, at 6 r. pi. Smith Center and Phillirsburf, lenves Tues days, Thursdays aDd Saturdays nt ft p.m. Ar rives Monday e. W ed n esday 8 acd Fridays. Lorjgislaud and Phillishurir, leave...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 29 March 1883

An African Utopia, German explorers have thrown so much light on the immense tract of country situated between 18 and 20 east of Greenwich and 1 to 8 south latitude to the south of the great bend of the Congo, that it may interest your readers to hear a short account of what has been done by them. If you take the western half of Stanley's Map of Equa torial Africa to hand, you will perceive four large tributaries of the Congo dotted ilown the mouths of which Stanley dis covered and a "reported" large lake, 'probably Lake Lincoln of Livingstone,' ' to the west of which "vicious and most murderous dwarfs" named Watwa are supposed to exist. Now, if Pogge and Wissmann had done nothing but confirm the existence of these pigmies, whom they call Batua, and reduce the Lake Mukamba to very modest proportions, besides placing it farther to the south east, under 5 45m. 25s. south latitude, they would merit praise. But we owe far more to them. They unveil to us the existence of a Utopia where s...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 29 March 1883

MISCELLANEOUS. Mrs. Eli Brown, of Macon, Ga,, while whipping one of her children, ac cidentally struck her husband's finder. The finger inflamed and Mr. Brown recently died from the wound, j L. J. Jennings, the London corrc jspondent of the New York World, writes that the emigration from Great Britain to the United States will be greater the ensuing season than it has been any time since the discovery of gold, in Cali fornia. A great many artesian wells will be sunk in Utah this year. The success of the wells in Tooele County, where many farms are irrigated by artesian well water, has caused many to make experi ments in other parts of the territory. New England clings to its legends. A Boston man who tried to convince a New Hampshire woman that Horace Greeley didn't write every line in each daily Tribune when he wa3 its editor had a broom-handle broken over his head. Boston Uerald. Another young man is "nearly frantic." lie drew an "empty" pistol forthe.purpose of. scaring some of t...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 29 March 1883

Phillipsburg Herald. MARCH lss.1 WILLIAM 1JISSEL.L.. Editor. The Jamej boys are now claimed by the Missouri press to have been among the leading Democrats of that State. 'Wild William of Arkanaw, better known as Tar-IIeel Bill of the Kirwin Independent, pronounces the railroad law a farce. That settles it. Gay lord Herald. Ik not itself a weather prophet, the Topeka Capital is prophetic respecting weather prophets. It remarks: "Don't make any mistake. The next weather fraud who rises up to predict a tempest will have just as many believers as Wiggins had." Wa-Keeney World. In a freight train passing through Palmer, Washington county, West, last week, on the Central Branch, were four cars loaded with fine graded sheep, one car loaded with horses, and six cars loaded with immigrant goods, teams, cows, plows, household goods, etc., all for Northwestern Kansas. Who says we won't boom this summer ? Ex. Thk Abaline Gazette makes the state ment that Glick's man Gile, the new fl.h commissio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 29 March 1883

Piiillipsburg Herald. MARCH 29,1883. Secret Societies. 1. O. O. F. PbilUpiburr Lodge Ne. 165, meet every Wed nesday, ViailiDg brehreu cordially invited to attend. 11 km kY McUowull, ft. J. 1. 11. llahnenkratt, Kee. Secretary. A. F. and A. M. PfctlHpeburr Lodga No. ll,meeta every ffat rUay on ur before the full uioon. Vuitiog Brethren cordially invited to attend. J U Uephart, Sec FIJI Dutchk, W M. K. of P. Creaent Lodge No 42, meets every Monday evening. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. Dvid MakkkbCC. J Jackaon.K of Rand S. G. A R. Phiitipsburg Post No 7, meets Saturday after the full moon, Vititing Couimded always wel come. FnAylc STKAIX, P C. J W Lowe, Adj. ditirch. Director:-. If. E. Church Rev. J. Boicourt, every see cnd and fourth Sabbath at7i o'clock p. in., al ternate 11 o'clock p. in. Haptint. Rev. W. C. Archer, every first Sab bath at 11 o'clock a. in And 7X o'clock p.m. Every third Sabbath at7X p.m. Presbyterian : Kev 7oeh Prtterson, every tecond and fourth Sa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 29 March 1883

PHILLIPSBURG HERALD. PUBLISHED BT Herald Publishing: Association. rillLLlPSBUilG, KANSAS. Gunnel? THE NEWS IN BRIEF". ' The French Chamber of DeputiQ3 has adjourned for one month. The Democratic caucu3 in Rhode Jsland has instructed lor William Sprague tor Governor. It is said the projected works for the Improvement of the Delaware breakwater will require five yearn for completion. The New York' Supreme Court has continued the injunction restraining the Manhattan Elevated Railroad Company from carrying into effect the merger agree ment. Only five feet of water remained to be pumped out of the Diamond Mine at Braidwood, 111., on the 18th, and the bodiea were expected to come to the surface at 'any time. ... - ' It was reported on the 19th that two f the Arkansas train robbers had been cap tured near Fayetteville by the Sheriff of Tranklin County, and that they had made a confession. A board of army officers has been ordered to convene at "Washington, D. C, to examine a new process of...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 29 March 1883

THILLIPSBURG HERALD. PUBLISHED Br Herald Publishing Association. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS. IN THE CATACOMBS. Never lived a Yankee yet. Hut was ready to bet n the U. S. A. If you epeak of Italy's sunny clir 'Maine kin heat it. everv time:" ime, If you tell of Etna's fount of lire. You rouse his ire. In an injure' way He'll prohnldy say, 'l don't think much of n smokin' hill. We've got n moderate little rill Kin make yer old volcnner still: Pour ould NMagery down the crater, 1 guess 'twill cool her fiery nater. You have doubtless heard of those ancient lies Manufactured for a prize; The reputation t each rose higher, -As he proved himself the bigger liar. Said nn Englishman: "Only t'other day, ISnilinjr from Dover to Calais, I paw a man without float or oar. Swimming across trom the English shore, Munl'ully breasting' the angry sea " ''Friend," said tho Yankee, "iia( was me!" Mindful of nil these thrice told tales, "Whenever a Yankee to Europo Bails, The boys try every sort of plan "To ro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 29 March 1883

WMer?yc3BB'jr'jTjrTi ! i i ihiiibui j Pliil!ipslji!rg Herald. iAm,'il 1883 WILLIAM WSSELL. Ki it r. MAYORS PROCLAMATION. Notice Is hereby i?iveti that an elec tion will heheM -on Monday, April i- 1SH3, at the office of Woodward & Ravta ift iMiillipshurg, Kansas, for the el5tiott of Ike fciloving city olJi-t-ers nn the city of IJulliisbmg, Kan :ih, via: One Mirror,' One Police Judge and Arc Oouncilmen. Tlte following parties were designated as judg-es, viz: Frank Strain, O. Vf Young 'mid Fred Winship ; as clerks C W. .n'oJgra-ss and T. X. Jones. Uluiu Davis, Afay6r, TH SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST FLORIDA. Should yon contemplate a trip to Nashville, httanoogn, Atlanta, Charles fotr, -S. C, Savtioah, Ga.; Jacksonville, Florida or ia fact, any point inr the So-sth or Soatthetu-t, it will be to jonr interest to examine the advantages oter all other ir.i?fi offered by tho Sr. Lonis, Iron Mount Aia & Southern 11 'y "Iron Mountain Uout-': in the way of Fast Time, Klfgacit Jvjuipmcut. &c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 April 1883

rHILLIPSBU SPBAKTO THEM THAT THEY GO FORWARD. VOL VMH V. PHILLIPSR TJRG, KAXSAS, TIIURSDA. Y, APRIL 6, IS S3. PH1LIPSBURG HERALD ft BUS EE 9 KTISI TfilESDlf, , HY SOTlCR.ln vrdiT tit aire the Herald a fmnrral circulation, tn Phillip County ire Htherit the Pout Mather of Phillip Ctmty U acton our Agent, in taLing ul teriptiont Ur the Herald, nnd ire dr. agree H f1 a liberal compensation fur their T. m&fU arrive and depart froru Pul'.lntbnrff follow; Vfll forC. Mo. P.. It. R., t-nft fctil vrext, tsd Marvin, leave Phillipfburir i 4 i. in., ferrivee t riiUltppburn. 4 a. m. dally. A tut nd Ph 1 1 1 i t kmTf?,.l eT eruei4.$v,T h u r ran xtt Saturdy. i'.t 7':Xi h. hi. Arrive." Jfcday. Wednead V -n'ri'l Fridays Jt H in. fk"tn Center nnd iVvflipidmnr, lave i'ne .ThWttfi mid Sturdily at fiwu Ar fciv J!idyk. VeliifiMlAiur.Ui'ri-4 v, tHpngifdand Atid Pbiliitburjr, Uav tf4ys, Thuradays on'A Sittur&ayi1, t 2 .Vnrlves I'efdayp, ThVirndayt SnturdH , iwrn. Nanoe and Phillinelwulrv, leaverf S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 April 1883

THILUPSBUBG HERALD. PUBLISHED Br Herald Publishing Association. PHILL1PSBUKG, KANSAS. HEWS MB HOT! A Summary of Important ETeats. I A statue of Charles Sumner, wa: unveiled in Lewiston, Me., a few nights logo. ' Volcanic ashes have been falling at Decentheim, Norway. It was supposed the (eruption of Mount Hecla had occurred. The high-license dramshop act re cently passed by the Missouri Legislature lias received the sanction of the Governor. John Brown, the well-known per sonal attendant of Queen Victoria, is dead. :His death occurred at Windsor Castle on the 2Sth. About a hundred thousand pounds of bullion, withdrawn from the Bank of England on the 27th, was for shipment to New York. ! Precautions were being taken at Chatham, Eng., recently, to guard the jnaval station there against the possibility kf a Fenian raid. ; The second investigation of the (Churchill defalcation in Arkansas was con cluded the other day, and the report showed shortage of $233,000. j Judge Jackson, of Louis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 April 1883

Herald PublisIiliU;S0CIatioii. phillipsruiig, . KANSAS -4' r77 WEDDING. This is my fil vpr weddinfir-daj' !" s. i - . r And sbfrttmw( with joyful prlda,3,t,,i''j And stood on her happy hearthstone, With daughters and sons by her side Daubers that imaged her own pure youtji. Fair as roses, andjueassWvWr . Sons that honored htdi lXihA ti-iitfi, ' Handsome ladthilt we$e hard td beat. -r Many a cSfi ihv haJbriht fof her " 9 Silver xifts that were quaint or grand; Sons and daughters, how proud Jieywero Of the sweetest mother i it air the fund! -And Willy and May, her eldest born, Gave her tfatfo &TQVrfWii'A V Of oranjre flower and of scenf-d thorn. For this was her silver wtddipjtlay., Her face was fair and her es'es were bright, Her beariwft-frl4iXand jher ftd'm wtpre light,. She bent to her children, one by one. Kissed them all with a tender pride, And thought f m jetvrt? ifqteldyjfone f' V" Since the (faythat trie' was u bride. She beard a step in the pardemfty, And bIio stool in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 April 1883

Phillipsburg Herald. APRIL 5, 1883.. WILLIAM BISSELLV Editor. The Indepenent outfit bleats like a lamb and says the Herald tramped on its tail. We ask your pardon gentle men, and grant it ourselves. We veri ly thought we were striking squarely at the head of the perpend and we still think it an awfnl awkward looking nake dragging such a tail; but have it a you will, we are not responsibe for your make up. If you choose to hitch the animal behind the cart we don't care. The IIekald of March 9th copied two bills for the game case, filed by Lamli. of the Independent. At that time we believed it only an unsuc cessful attempt to defraud the county, but on further investigation we find that ho collected the full amount of hi cost on the first bill at the July meeting of the board, receiving there fore warrant No. 555 and registered in the Treasurers office September 13tb, 1881, No 2GS0, and that on October 6, 1881, he aain drew warrant No 803, Register No 2732, for 87.8( the amount cluime...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 April 1883

f Piiillipsbiirg ilorald, ' j APRIL 5, 18S3. .." ' ') r. Secret Societies. I. O. 0 F ftiUr. Visiting brethren eordislly invited to J IIMia. llKKkT MeUowxLL, . t J. U. llaknbkratt, Kee. Secretary. A. F. and A. M. rdar on or before the full moon. Visiting Srethren eordially inTited to ttteud. tt Uapaart, ttc. F T M IHTCHzm, W M. k. of p: Cratent Lodire No 42, meet every Monday Vanins;. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. DVIO MaKKKb C C. J Jackson, K ofR and 8. Q. A R. PhUllpsborf Post Ne 7, meets Saturday after the full moon, VUitins Comrades always- wel come. FlUNK BTBAIX, P C. J W Lowe. Adj. Cb.virorx Directory. M. K. Church Rer. J. Boicourt, every iee 4sd and fourth Sabbath at7X o'clock p. m., al ternate 11 o'clock p. m. : Haptlst. Rev. W. C Archer, every first Sab featfe -at 11 o'clock a. m.and 7 o'clock p.m. ' frrery third Kabbatb at 1 p. m. Presbyterian : Key Toceph Prtterson, every aeoond and fourth fc&bbath at 11 o'clock a, nr Alternare at 8 p. in. AlUrnate at ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 April 1883

15 Z """"V- "'x.! iveof ; more other:'. .hit i : be 1 ivn honorable or:.,- . ? That the fart other calling1, farmera as a inferior to me, to be equally continue to boeo Lone- Ax; J - it ever tin tit"the" farmer be- -comes as well educated ia the lawyer, I physician, sennfyf,? Jmen ofi dtfcfefl ana Dhiiosotuu car principles: -as. mucn gel f-kno wledfcU ""jafw "deQtKlenc$i many varied .aitnlnents; aa, much, braln-t i po wer, though trpowr, heartp6 Wer, i a3 they. Unti?-that time-;he;! will-be1 ittfe-' rior to the oJnrs'iAQer arid influence;'; and no devi.ee pqi ; 'IpretsejnpViieplaiiar tion nor protest.-no Bophiflfry can make , it otherwise;"l-It is the dnlerence between we iknesi aiidstre'rigth.r.'J ,'"!,r..;';'H ' What, themhavee to say iri'faToYf the calling qfrfcx:Tuj6 f UVtne man that makes tile Jcall!ingaci(l , not:.the call ing the maxwr'p Iiet-apefsoa enter what honest ocuMationhei'iilay. and-make a success of itfand he fwllV beonored for, at. liettcr TiAiexanaCjr.aniongjbopt-...

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