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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 26 March 1887

A riiltXD IN NEED. A a Unknown Man Who Appcutd to Kouach In a Kmer.-eQcy. In the laat volume ot bis memoirs Louis Kossuth relates an incident which occurred immediately after the Hunga rian revolution of 1843. Kossuth had tied to Widdin, and, with a companion, was in danger of being handed oyer to the enemy unless a letter toald be immediately dispatched to .Lord Palmerston, begging his interven tion. Kossuth goes on to eay : While we were thinking over how this could be done, a man entered my apartment a typical Engliah figure, wilh his bat pushed back over his forehead, an im mense umbrella under his arm, covered with dust and looking exceedingly J weary, it could be easily seen tht he had just come from a long journey. "Good day, gentlemen!" "Good day, sir; can we oblige you?" "I have come from India to fight for the freedom of Hungary. It looks aa if I had come too late." "Unfortunately, too late. Take a chair." He Bat down, poshed his bat still farther back, wiped the perspirat...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 9 April 1887

i Ij jfy, r yHv q v ij J HIi V h SPEAK TO THEM TH-A.T TEIETT CrO FORWARD. VOL. IX. NO 23. PIIILLIPSBU11G, KANSAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1887. 81.50 IN ADVANCE. Tj7 JT n iL 2 r IS KWS NOTES. Home of the German patera are advocat ing the disfranchisement of Alace Lor raine. John H'. l.,.is Iirs aooepted the demo, emtio nomination for governor of lihode Island, A negro at Birmingham, Alabama, plung ed a knife into the heart of a coon who un dertook to elope to Atlanta with his wife. For the quadrennial wjighing of mails at Chicago three honored extra mea will be re quired for live weeks, at $3 per day each. Mrs. William Hetherington, wife of a well-known backer of Atchison, died at her home of fatty degeneration of the heart. A controversy at Tunis in regard to burial led all the Hebrew merchants to close their shops, and the city has been placed under military protection. The first divorce case ever filed in the United States circuit oourt at Chicago was that of Ida vs. Frank Bowman, whi...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 9 April 1887

HERALD. pn:i,i.u-.-iJUii'i. Kansas. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPEIJ. FL'BU3r;ERS AND FRCPF.tETORS SatlkIjAV, April if. The Smith Center Bti'.Ietia has put iu r ijew p-wer prt-sy. The Bulletin is a good pa cr and we are fclud to note its proti erity. The kirwin Independent says the rttllipsbuig pa ei's are guilty of decep tion for caU'.ns' the proponed railroad, the Rook Island." There is no Jeeen tion about it, but if there is, there are about SOU other newspapers also guilty. It is a short way of alluding to the Chi cago Rock Island and Pacilie Railroad, j.it as all over the country the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy is callid the 'Burlington" for short. It is slated on got d authority, that the otliciula of the hock Island and B. & M. Cu'i., huve affected a comprotne 'w which the former company is not to fi tter invade Kansas territory. This would seem to rut a quietus on the road ninointt through the county seat. Long l.-land Inter-Ocean. Hardly if our people Toto the bonds required o...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 9 April 1887

THE HERALD. I HII.LIPriBURG. - KANSAS Hand Press for Sale. n iwcr preet Einuv' oen owrrta ror the Ilru- lo oe'.ce. ihe a. B. l.jirs bou baud pro.a u,.on h!cn it Lu Ccretofure beru ir,uteJ i for .e. ,i su ocoiuinu. m gufia rcumr and has iMj. n ned but five yoars. buv It and .ave Ire L-liL AUtlrt-f-s toe Great Western Type t'ouuury, la.u- U C Wtl ry ai SnCLlUaUlQ 6". McKay & MeCormiek make abstracts Mrs. TanuetiU is building a residence. Breakfast bacon, boneless hams and tide meat at Fleming & Ilisler'g. Perfumes and toilet articles, cheap and good at S. S. Fisher & Co.'s. Siitteu ladies voted at the city elec tion last Tuesday . Globe mixed paints the best ia the wrld at Harmon's. Violins at the City Drug Store. Call and buy one cheap. miy tf . Go to Fleming & Kisler, the reliable neat men , and get a good cut of steak. II. B. Abbott has his new implement iiouse up and neatly finished. Wanted 1000 men to buy feed of Nippa & Morton. Fine jewelry of all kind at II....

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 9 April 1887

AT TWILIGHT. BY KU Ja. niTTTO&P. Al twilight, when ths shadow g&iliar round .lmu; mo, And ttvAiuju follows fast tha foottp of tha X 1st the tids of drift slowly oa irithcmt ma, And jat all caxo away. And, sttic In tcia darkness, wbila tha night wmd whiB;icrg On tiio h-iu iiia tnat lift their facs to tlx say To tna bright aar of hcaron. 1U Sweet I foci, lay luat ouci ma. Thsy pntber close about mo, and I hear them calling In tnudor, loving acnta, as of old, mT nam. Ah 1 thoi:.;u Lu tullvx i&ua Uioir lines of Ul ox fttlllliK', The; lo me Juut the esano. And Ki.wL.lrto'cT the it or Id the night's graj s ! ta: -"ir, I ht'i i u- 3t iVii ti:Ofle Tvo loved so long an Vloll, I care uot IVr day't raanres, I woiuU r.,,v,e k-ire tax v a y lOwU ujo ru. The day once more Is dying, and my heart is Y-arnmrf For tuo iXoax vuicea that can thrill my pulses Give olcoiue to the night, for with U shades My loved wii come, I know. The Cadetskip. UV JAMtS lliANKLLN HITS. V are old men now Carr...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 9 April 1887

CTT3 n n n n n n M fi M M I f. ! ! -i " 11 r rl I Sa.-S AaB T ft 3 VD Vi riN h gVJVv f i i t '. : my; .r f--, U y LI U La Lrs Ei Li Vi' LJ r V ! V- Ul S. ti 111 t-J 3 it PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, APRIL 9th, 1887. Jewelry at II. S. Poling & Go's. j Children's suits $i:o ar.d upward at j Jake Rothschilds , Kirwin. j Old exchange paper for sale at this , office at the rate of iUc per hundred, tf. Wall paper of all kinds at the city drug store, ml a-if. A revised estimate of the public ilebt j C(ll coulJty i.eal of Craham, and found reduction for March n-tkes it about j a j pt0p!e energetically at work to ll,oOO,OUO. j sci-ure the proposed line of the Mo. P. East side meat market fell beef and j from Stockton . The Hops n Bros. , pork in i ndies vnriety-ausage mince- well known to your Phillip-burg read meat and ures-cd beet &c . I ers, are doinr a nice business in the Frank Miller's harness soap at H. A. Harmon's. Especially for washing harnesses. Tne Rock Island surveyors are now ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 9 April 1887

PGOIi SOPUAXISBE. Sophanisbe had lived with us a long time and we were just as fond of her aa though she W6re our own flesh and blood instead of being a servant our cook, eeaiaotreea and housekeeper, all in one. She might have been young am? pretty once, but all that was left to tell the tide of any past beauty were the borrowing, dark eyed and the lull, straight Cgore which bent and swayed like the young pine trees out there in the forest. For a long time we didn't know that Sophanisbe had been married till one day, when eo much talk waa going on about the war that was coming to devas tate our country, aha asked eagerly for the names of those who had enlisted, and when she read over the lint she cried ex citedly : "Mv eon, my boy, has gone to be a soldier!" "Her eon," we said, in awe-struck whieper; where waa her husband why hadn't she told us about it before?" But the pale lipa were shut forever on the story of her past. Perhaps poor Sophanisbe's huaband had died voung or had dese...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 16 April 1887

GUI O IT HIT li N A i SPSAK TO THEM THAT THEY QO FORWARD. VOL. IX. NO 21. rniLLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 18S7. $1.50 IN ADVANCE. JLIPSBURG .11 4 N i:VS NOTES. At a reception held by the president re cently, amucif other Cillers wta Slugger bullivan and Lis troup of athletes. Senator Mitchell, of Oregon, to-day pre sented to the interat-ite commerce coLnims too memorial adopted by a o invention recently hel j at W alla V'ila, Washington Territory, composed of delegates from vari ous boards of trade ia eastern Oregon end Washington Territory, setting forth tbe nu re&nouable nature of freight charges on railroad in that country and yiii for action of the coinin aeiou in ordering a re duction of rates, Mr. Mitchell endorsed the memorial and acoonip&nied it with au ar gument in support of the action prayed for. A resident of Chihaahua, Mexico, re oeutly o iinpluined to the treasury depart ment of CHuiaje to bis elf acts caused by the action of the curtoui ollioera at E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 16 April 1887

THE HERALD. paicLif.sLUr.u. - Kansas. CFPI&AL COUNTY FAfrZ!. atv.'iSa.. 11. 4 JJAliVJ.. K.CEK3 & Di.GT 15, FUSLiSKERS AKD FRCPF.ISTCRS- ilUli?. April 10. ltibT I Hon. K. A. !.: S VffV ! !e:i.-:ltt!t I and aooompiisuf-d cnt!cm.n, has p.;r cliaej;;a Lai iulonn: in tho Phillips l.urg Il.iti.Li), and ha-a s: m ti-d ia igor cusiy to boom the uat NortLvvtut. He len Gazct!.s,. Now that two of the totrn.liii.s in f'railu County have Voted down the tjonds it brhiHve4 ea7 citiea of 'h;' lt;. Couuty in the town-hips thro'iirh which the u;voy baa bon made, to do Lu uttermost to'earry ffcir.ips C-.tir.ty noiid'y or m will loe lh Hock Ieland and it wil! be b-jilt on the lied Cloud and Itepjblluai Valy rout. Voters, a .jj't b. misled now by rumor tint the Kock Lland Tf.n bou-ht the Central Hrat.cfc, ihi.t they have stlftudu&txl this rcu'e, All auch r port, are fol.s and intende! to deceivy jou so th-u you will vote agai:.t tho boi.J-j. RcuiciijLsr that the uiea who ar to j ejatcttly pt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 16 April 1887

l:LX'i A IL1.0. Down ia Natr York Stats tLera i railroad called the Eome, "VYatertown and Seine Other Place Kaiiroad. I be lieve the other place is Otrdensburir. Last summer occasion required that I should use this road for about sixty miles, and I left Home one morning Ieunsr at peace with U mankind. TL conductor came along ia due time to iita cp tne tickets, and 1 made it point to ask him if -we were ou timn. didn't care a copper whether we were two hoars ahead or two hours behind time, but I wanted to exhibit a friendly y"" -uu let iiiiu Know tnat X was in terestea m Lis welfare. A passenger wno won t show his hand to a conduc tor ought to be made to ride in the , uaggage car. lie uttered a grant ia reply tO LIT tinttirn firul T)tMa,l nn If he was too OTer worked and heart broken to utter a yes or no that was not my fault, lie pat a green ticket in the band of my hat to show that I was a casa passenger, and I went to sloeo to dream that a mad populace were about to bang Jay Uonld...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 16 April 1887

DABXIXG SOCKX laiy alo&a at tha window Botf Uy and cosily rock, Bully plying tna needl Pasraing bar huab&nd'a old social Zovliig mjiX iwtwt lirtla woman, roxxl of acb houaowlfe.y oar a, to qmd tn her royal palace, "With. Lucy In wealth can compare While In the floor of the kite he a, Soft ftjngi the kattie of tea, Aa4 out In the bright sq armor gardes Chlllren are sporting In glee. tova tn the clover-clad meadows Loud rings the blithe mower's atae ICaaloal sounds of dear home-life Am tweet, artless Lucy can tL Skillfully plying the needle Over and under the yarn, Tilling sad rents with a patience Known to those only wJw darn; Lacy hems In with her stitches Thoughts bright with love as a gem. Happily to hog for III chard. The doaretft and noblest of men t Swift and more swift flies the needle, Themeahes are ft led one by one; At last the big holes are all mended, The week's taak of darning Is done. Bat will Dick ah, the dear, careless fellow t Snow when his wire slugs and roc...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 16 April 1887

: rl n s M 1 J ( ! I ! i i ! 5 i ; IT' t: s- - : , ;r : ;'7 :.l :- rt ' ' '' -; I r: ; .--J S f, ' l' l; ;; -; ;i U Li Li Li Lis i I ' 1 4 U J PHILLIPSBURG-, KANSAS, APRIL 16th, 1887. n n Children's suits and upward at Jake liothschilds , Kirwiu. Osborne la talking of $ 12,(K)U water works. Old exchange papers for sale at this otV.ee at the rate of 0c per hundred, tf. Wall paper of all kinds at the city Criig store. ml9-tf. If you want to read your "Title Clear' have McKay & McCormick nnke your abstracts . Kirwia is despondent because the ltock Island cannot be lured to that place. Hooks County Hecord. Frank Miller's harness soap at II. A. Harmon's. Especially for washing harnesses. New rates, better terms and optional vayments on fami loans at J. V. Ivowe's. A bald headed baby can buy cloth ing as cheap as its bald headed grand pa, at Hot hschilds , Kirwin. Kansas has nineteen county superin tendents of public instruction who are unmarried ladies. Who says this is not the count...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 16 April 1887

THE HERALD. PHILLlPtiBCitO. - KANSAS Ilaad PrcBd for Said. A power press Lusiii t't-en ordered (jr ti:e Her Aid LlI:Ct tile A. i. iiii4-rL .li. h:.L..l ;rr- b'on wiiUb tt kr.b l.cr.lnii ri; bn u rnu-u ie fur Ai. It is au ft column, lil pmd Ii-;.uir ilii tint UcC U.fU blil tivc vcr-. Luy tt ai:'l rave ireiiiL AddrecN ttie linul V. i-iter 11 'ivj.e tvlllidlf, hcu- C.l, Ala. Jewelry at Spauldinjj's. New clothing at liickord's. Vote for the bonds, April 20th. Jewelry at 11. S. Poling & C'o's. McKay Si MuCortuick make abstracts Kemeuibt-r to go to llarmon's for your wall paper. Ereakfa-t bacon, boneless hams and id Hicat at rieinir & KUler'g. Perfumes and toilet articles, cheap and good at S. S. Kir her C'o.'k. The board of County Coturaiisioners are now in session. Globe mixed paint the beat ia the rid at Harmon's. Go to Fleming & Hinler, the reliable Bieat B:cn , and get a rood cut of ateak. Fine jewelry of all kinds at II. S. lohng & Co's. Prescriptions compounded wiih...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 23 April 1887

.Hhillipsburg ItIerald SPEAK TO THEM THAT THEY QO FORWARD. VOL. IX. NO 25. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1887. $1.50 IN ADVANCE. NEW S NOTES. Commimioner Chas. Green, C. S. N.. r.i tired, died suddenly at Province, aed 7H yearn. The Ontario and West road has formally withdrawn from iha emigrant pool, huiI can open an independent route to Chios jjo by connection with the Grand Trunk at Sus pension Bridge. The interstate commerce commission, after listening to the appeals of various southern railways, has suspended in that sec tion, for a period of ninety day, the opera tion of the long and short haul section of the law. The Rock Island road ispushina its eolith weft Kansas extrusion from Toeka across Indian Territory, with the intention of call ing no halt oniil El Paso is reachtd. The northwest extension is completed to N't lon. Nebraska, and orveyors ere locating a line to Denver. Senator Vest (-peaks of President Cleve lan I as an honest and fearless man, working harde...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 23 April 1887

THE HERALD. raiLLiKsuunu. - Kansas. GFr IS! AL "cOUNTyTpA tf ' PUBLISHERS AND PRCPRIETORS- SiTlKkAr, April 23, 1SS7. Prohibition h aving been defeated at the polls by a small majority the Mich igan Legislature propoeea to fix the saloon Hcene for tovus of 10,000 in Libilanl; and over at $700 and compel dealers to ive f 10,000 bond. The express companies haiag raised a quesiion u.a to whether they rere sub ject to the operations of the new law, the commissioners made a ruling that it would hold ia the affirmative, but would give a bearing to any company wishing to contest the point. Mr. Powdsrly ia a speech at HaitU bur declared himself pleased with the result of the Chicago election. lie de nounced the red flag the flag on which tbero is neither star nor stripe. lie said anarchy find no pl.ico araong the Knights of Labor. Commonwealth. The Railway Ago states that the re cords show over five hundred miles of track hv.d from January 1 to March 1, which is uore than has been reported i...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 23 April 1887

THE HERALD. PHILLIPSBL'KU. - KANSAS l Hand PrefaS for Salo. i A. power preff tiTlDj: been onlrtrd for the Hek- ALU office, the A. B. Taylor &- Sona hau.1 press opoa nQu-L il liu LairUlur been prlulrd 1 Iir Kio . At ! n it 9 co.tumi, 111 'oou repair aitu bb uaed bat five vrin. Bey it ana tfave I'rcirUt. Ailc:':n the urcat V eau-rn Tjpe touuUry, feui t ill, alu. Jewelry at Spaulding s. Jewelry at II. S. Polin & Co'a. Who aid tbia was a dry country? Ture orange ciJer at Ge. Coles. XIcKay A McCormiek make abstracts James Baucu Is erecting another res idence. Kenieinber to go to Harmon's ior your wall pasr. Texas Siftina;" a brand of cigars at Geo. Cole's that cannot be beat. Breakfast bacon, boneless hams and aide meat at Fleming & RislerV Perfume and to'.lot articles, char and good at S. S. Usher & Co.'s. Globe mixed paints the best iu the wrld at Harmon's. Go to Fleming & Ilisler , the reliable meat men , ard got a good cut of steak. Fine jewelry of all kinds at II...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 23 April 1887

BILL ME OS COl'KTESY. The passaga and executive approTal ot the interbtata commerce bill, and the dis abiroim and di-adly effect of the game npon the tender Lu j.t of the sprouting annual pass at this critical beusoa of the .year, have tilled me chagrin and alarm, writes the genial Lumoriht to the Boston Globe. While I have never been in any way the creature of a corporation, yet fur several years 1 have been mure or lean in favor of railroads. 1 have been in favor of restrict ing them in a measure, and have done what I could to so restrict tnem, and yet we have managed to j,ut alou smoothly together, the railroads uud myself. I had been unilormly courteous to the railroads, in return for which the railroads had beeu courteous to in. The inisH provit-ioa of the interstate com merce bill looks to mo like a blow at cour tesy. Cunwe as Americans allord to sa; rilice Courtesy u lien we only hiive barelv enough to Giiuecza along v.ilh? I think not. borne n;9p:inT men claim that they feel...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 April 1887

Phillipsburg . JMerald. ' SP3AK TO TXIElwt THEY QO FORWARD. . ' VOL. IX. NO 2(5. rniLLirsBunG, Kansas, Saturday, april 30, 1887. 81.50 IN ADVANCE. NEWS NOTES. A vigilance committee froin Brown county, Nebraska, overtook to horse-thieves near Sargent, lulling one and oaptaring the other. Coder a recent enactment of the Ohio legislature, husband and wife are distinct ndividuala in their righto to acquire and di-poae of property. Lonla Bebisso, of Oinelnnati, haa secured a horse &a a model for hia equestrian statae of General Grant for Linooln park, Chicago The animal came from Maoon ooonty. Illi nois, and is sixteen hands high. A settlement of the Afghan question has been effected by Kussia and Great Britain, the former reoeiving that branch of the Oxoe now held by the Afghans. Lieutenant O. V. Morris, a retired offioer of the navy, who died reoently at Saokctt's Harbor, was a grandson of a signer of the Declaration of Independence. Winnipeg dispato) es represent that a rebellious...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 April 1887

THE- - HERALD, t 1. 1 KuUSS. 1. A b.VUL'K. KOI:-K3 DAGUE, PUBLISHER AND PROPRIETORS- .ilKUAY, April 'M. 1SS". Tha Bock Island's Main Line from St. Joseph to Denver. The Kock Island has finally decided unou its line to Denver. This lino will cot, as has been thought, follow the Chicago, Kansas & Nebraka railway from St. Jo.-eph weat to Kelson, county seal of Nut-oils c.unty, Nebraska , but will go straight west lroin llorton Junc tion, forty miles west of St. Joseph, and pass thioujh the county seat of each county in the northern tier of Kansas counties beginning at Doniphan county on the Missouri river, and on west through Biovvn, Neruaha, Marsh all , Washi.-iglou, llepublic, Jewell, Smith, Phillips, Norton, Decatur, Itaw- lins and Cheyenne counties. This will give almost an air line from St. Joseph to Denver. The line of the C, K. & N. railroad , already constructed north' west through Beatrice and Hebron, to Nelson, Neb., will be continued on into the far northwest country...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 April 1887

THE HERALD. I'iUIXIPdBUBa. - KANSAS Jewelry at Spaulding 's. Jew.lry at U. S. Ti-Uc it CV. Th tret sprinkler will do good. Pure cracga cider t Ceo. Co'.es. IcKmy & SlcCrnlfk mtX btrcts P.emtmbor to (o to Hrmon s for jour wall papr. 'i'exa Sifting" brand ol clears t: Geo. Cole's that canmot bo bt. 2'reakfut boon, boneless hams mad id a&t at Ramiag & ULder'a. Parfunm and toiiot articles, chtap and good at 8. S. FUher & Co. 'a. Our prospects for Uire railroads are (k to Ntpps & Kluae on tha aast aide for your wti. 2S-U Globa mlxd paints th ot is tha world at Harmon 'a. Go to Flaming A Rialrf the reliable aueat me a , and gut a good eut of ateck. Finajewalry of all kind at II. S. 1'ollDg ft Co1!. Try a glass of that elegaut orange cidar at Gao. Cole's. PrescriptioLa compounded with oare at Hsrmoa'i ttru store. Stockton has applied for a charter for r 50,000 street railroad. McKay & McCorulck Ian un yon auonej It yon want a loan. bee Fleming A Ilbler for all kinds...

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