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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 16 March 1888

- i il ; i I THE HERALD. PlIlLLIPBUJtCi. A: OFFIGIAL GOUNTY PAPER. K. F. KOKNS. B - A . D AG Cri KORN3 & DAGUE. PCBLISIIEIW AND PBolTUETOBS.- Fuiday, March 10th, lSi. i i PHILLIPSBURG, i Continued From First Page WM. HISSELL. Wiu. Bissell. whose name is known by hun dreds wlio read this issue ol' tin' Hkuai.d, is h native of Indiana; w its born Mured ;5d. l-b7, und lived in his native state until ho became nf ave. lletlien went wt, arriving al Ne braska City in May. is." 8 mid engaged in gov government surveying that year. :ir.d in The winter of nS-.V.t curried the I". S. Mail from Ne braska City to Marysville, Kansas, a distance of luu miles, through Southeast Nebi-itsl-tu. with but four postotnces on t be route, in the spring of 1P.V. lie, witti others, started foi Hie jfold field" then known us Pike s leak, but when 40 uiilts above Fort Kearney, on the Platte liiver, the tide of emigration being halted, and turned buck w ith the reports of returning- miners tliat th whole thi...

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 March 1888

fa ui iiilS niUiUb i a I HQ) 1 & i i LO, Mill ii m S " r 3 - sr 4. J Vs w j. is si litis 5 tli Pfs ?P v ?M -3 te f- v o 1 r We haya mad-3 preparation and are receiving an elegant line of spring goods which it will py yoa to inspect before purchasing elsewhere. Mfn's Suits for S-LOO and upwards. Childrens and Youths' Suits for 1.60 and upwards. Mens' Hats for 50 cents and upwards. Boys' Hats and caps for 2-3 cents and upward.. Elegant dress suits. Suostantial work suits. Bast worsted suits in the market for the money. Suits made to order. Boots and Shoes and geaneral line of furnishing goods. Yours Truly, J. C. L E . S. LATSBAUGH. I THE HERALD. I'HILLIPaLURG. - KANSAS Continued From Fourth Paire. (J. H. TL'CKEK, Photographer, Frame, Moulding, Ac, U't-ct bide ot Square. It In wonderful to contemplate the degree of perfection, which has been attained in the art of photography within late yearn, and thic is mainly due to the improvements that have been attained in the pro fc i a of ...

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 March 1888

THE HEART UPON THE SLEEVE. BT EDITH iC THOMAS. TTht nolle masters, alamort I Why yi 1 ye be the mob world's sport. And let each knave hi weapon pick Where w.th to stab ye to the quick? Lol anna ami char.v ye do not lack (If arms aiiJ charm j o'jjU save from wrack) Kor any pciut of crtfty art To triplo fence and guard the heart t yet ye are ecut'ed ; unhurt am I, Though to attack I epen lie ; AH nnde of corulet, casque or greave, 1 mar my heart upon my 6leeve 1 Sines on the day Truth's lips I kissed. No heed if h r could I resist ; SLe turns and winds me at her will, Eer hps ait mine the copy still. She will not let me doubt or shrink To roundly speak what I niuot think; She lays this charge upon my skill. To part entwining good and ill. ify h"art u'-on my Rleve I wep.r, AuA who see may reud it there ; That poor, plain thing, a heart 1" they cry, And subtle minded pass it by. I laugh, I sigh, I pralae, I chide, With moods of mirth and sadness pied I They call me, than, chameleon elf ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 16 March 1888

s j Trir, r ' . mark RHEUMATISM. "h9 Case Stated. Jan'y 17th, 1SS3. lifers. George C. Osgood & Co., drupsiski, Ioweil, Mass., wrote to the undersigned as follows 'Mr. Lewis Dennis, No. IM Moody street, wishes to recommend St. Jacobs Oil, and desires e-neeialiy to eav that : "Okin ItoBisdos, ofGrantTille, llass., a boy of 12 years, earns to his house in th4 turnmer of li--5l walking on crutch, his left le being bent at the kr.ee for over two months, and could not be bent back. Mr. Dennis had some St. Jacobs Oil in the house, and gave it to him to rub on his knee. In aix days he had no use for his crutches, and went home well without them, as he has been ever since." Corroborative and Conclusive Testimony. Lowell, Mass., July 9, 17. Gentlemen : Mr. JLewi9 Dennis has just called upon me, and informs me that the boy Grin Robinson, who was a poor cripple on crutches, and was cured by St. Jacobs Oil in 1SS1; the cure has remained jierriiarient. The young man has been and is now at wor...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 16 March 1888

C0Jl!dnA!,?COJil! o: ..i a Both Hard and Soft Coal at reason able prices. Prompt attention niven to town orders. GIVE. IZHl L. CDJTs T.jX-i. J. J. PETTY. N. E. Cor. Square. Phillipsburg, Kan. JEFF HATFIELD, TONSORIAL ARTIST, SOUTH SIDE OF SQUARE. IyFor a good, smooth, slick shave or a nice hair cut give me a call. Other work in my line done with neatness and dispatch. Shop under Stinson & Son's law office. 9-24t F. W. CARMAN, M. D., rHILLIPSliURC, KANSAS. Office at I. K. Mallet" Drug Store. Calls both day and night promptly attended, to. AUCTIONEER! TILL, DICKEY, - Auctioneer. PHILLIPSBUKG, .KANSAS. Will attend all pales in Phillips County. Charges reeouuble. Public patronage solicited. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. No. 19. i. I. S. Laud Office, Kirwin, Kan., February 24th, ltsiiS. Notice is hereby given that the follawing nam .d settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that paid prooll will be ma.le before the Judge of the dis trict C...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 16 March 1888

n c :inu "rec vn ; len s-rn ber is ( iia , PHILL1FSBURG, KANSAS, FRIDAY, MARCH ICth, 18S3 Board of T rade. ""I ,tC00L ie directors, stockholders, and ieu.La ii, a citizens met at the Court House Mar. G Bf u , President (iraner in the chair. 01 ample ,,.ore w. Minson stated that the ob aua is a m m ircf thi3 mectini, Wn3 to revive an in- se-i Unboilll'I..- ;.. !- 1 ,r .i. j.j . . .en in me ijuniu in i raue ana aaa to its membership. Remarks were al so made by U m." Bis.-ell, Mr. Grangei, D McDonald, J. C. Latsbaaoh, T? J. Loar, Jacob Nij-ps, II. A. Harmon and others. The following named persons paid SI. 00 e:ich as members of the Board , to 20 into the Treasury ; W. D. (J ranker, Henry Finch, I). McDonald, I.Ainsik, II. D. Granger, and Mr. be ho; s ; 8a the hu ery :iov eep -. th side, ned Es dealer A business square for sale. & Dntcher. lot fronting on the Enquire of Spauidmc tf. that the committee McDonald. Jiiouh Nipps ai.d J. M. McNay, be continued Ply, lively,. lt Wi;s solved...

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 March 1888

-i:jT i -a-j:-' :.-JSftt?ls 2'- ;:-"'r.--S"- M " -i f ' i Jj j ? "V SPEAIC TO THUS MI TZHULT1 THEY GO F-O-WXID. VOL,. X. NO 21. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1888. $1.50 IK ADVANCE. I . ! II - - - " I . " ' " " " " ' " ' ' ! THE HERALD. PHILLIPSBURO, - KANSAS ESTABLISHED IN 1877. Th,a oldest paper In Nqrtb.wAtern Kahaas- l Vie year.... .... : . I lEOUtilB k. r. AOESS A. DAQCK. koi:n3 a dvgue, publishers and proprietors- The trains on the Mirconri Pacific Kailrod ar rive at Marvin as follows : GOING EAST. Paoenger. t reijrbt.... 4:05 p. m. tj :u5 a. m. COING WEST. Pineo jer. Preiitat ... 10:41 a m. 3:00 p. in. C. K. &, N. TIME CARD. 1 GOINti EAST. No. 8 PaKenjrrr 3:43 a. in. No. S3 Local Freight 11:40 p. in. '. GOING WEST. 5 No. 37PaB8fnsrer 11:00 p. m, " 7 Local Freight 11:10p.m. t ' ' i v: " ' . " " - - ' PHOFESSIOriAL CARDS. 3 H. WALLACE, LI. D., Physician and Surgeon. Special Attention riven to the diseases of wo i m-ri. Office aoath Aid pabllo square. Ji,illlpburjr...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 23 March 1888

Phillipsburg Herald PIIILLirSBUItG. KANSAS DOMESTIC. The president Bent a message to the sen ate, Thursday, referring to a resolution Eassed by that body some time ago, in which e 6tates that a treaty ha3 been under con sideration with the emperor of China for many months, lookirig to a restriction of Chinese labor that will meet the wants of the American people. Prohibitionists gained a point in Atlanta, Thursday, over the anti-prohibitionists in the city election. In answer to the Perkins' resolution of Inquiry into the alleged complaint prevail ing in the west against the present unsatis factory mail service, the postmaster general, Thursday, sent to the house a communication inwhicfc he says that the careful inquiry and close investigation of the complaints made from time to time to the department, or through the several divisions of the rail way ina:l service, as to the service in Kansas and generally in the region west of the Miss issippi, fails to disclose any tenable grounds...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 23 March 1888

STATE NEWS. Uarysviiie has raised Ebont $300 for advertising purposes. Portia has three brothers by the name of Cross -whose total weight i3 580 pounds. The public schools of Norton, Kansas, have been closed on account of the prev alence of scarlet fever in the city. Six business houses were burned at Erie a few days ago, causing a loss of 20,000; insurance 5,000. Seneca B. Sproule waB recently com ceminissioned postmaster at Greensburg and G. S. Selvidge at Lleade Center. The people of Washington have raised CI, 500 for advertising the Q. A. 11. reunion to be held there August 5th. Seneca Tribune : David Henry haa a SCO bill of the Old Continental issue of 1778. He haa been offered 60 in gold for it. The residents of Baldwin assure the public that the new creamery at that place will be readv by April 15th, no fail. Id galls Union: We would like to see more energetio farmers locate in this county, and occupy these vacant, but choice sections of railroad land. Several "joints" were r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 23 March 1888

THE HERALD. ijni,ursiu;iai. - k.-aNi A OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. K I" KK.N--. K- A- UAGUE. KORN3 & DAGUE. I-fULlIIEIi- AND PROPRIETOR. Kkiuay, March 2od, 18S8. PhiUipsburs and Phillips County in Brief- PL:i:ii--bur'. Uie county tcht of PUillips County is lorntCd iu the Keo'ruphical center of -.aid coiiniv ; i U'l:-'B weft , of ,Alcni:or. m,.1 lil n.ii.-.i eu.t of Colorado ine: is heanti m'!v located; i- on the main line of toe t. K A: N (Hock 1-luiui) now l.eiii hunt. It if l.oth a frci-l:t uu.l pa-fn?tT division and the -Ikmi- ril Mund honrc of r:iid road are located hen-,' aii'l at n turly date a branch lv!,1,.be rom-trucicd from the houth cart. FnUiips couutv i". accwrdin to agricultural reports tue r-c oi)ii ljc-rl county in Kaurao on grain per acre: t is i-i tie northern tier of counties, is well v ut. r. d i.v 21 l;u trenii: it i nncnr -,,....,-.' it'lia-1 ilitiilv of -rood tuildiii? rtone am .-i:i-HlVriii!.- tiruU-r. "(nly one clxtn uf its landr .in- vet in ctiHiVrtUun: it i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 23 March 1888

OOOXJ ITSWS or J. C. a E. S. LATSBAUGH TO THE FROUT We bare made preparation and are receiving an elegmt liae of spring goods which it will py you to inspect before purchasing elsewhere. Men's Suits for $4 00 and upwards. ChildreBS and Youths' Suits for $1.50 and upwards. Mens1 Hits for 60 cents and upwards. Boys Hats and caps for 23 cents and upwards. ' Elegant dress suits, market for the money, line of furnishing goods. , Substantial Suits made to Yours J. THE HERALD. ilIILLlP.SBURU. - KANSAS PUBLISHERS NOTICE. The Hbald goes to prees Thursday evening, all matter must be in the printers handn before that time to ineure insertion, bend it la teTeml days earlier than that when possible. tt District Court is now in session. J. W. McBride is now local editor of the Oberlin Eye. We would like to see the streets of Phillipsburg lighted. A era, the new C. K. & N. town, wants a newspaper we learn. Geo. F. llall is building a residence in the northwest part of town. Phillipsburg has no...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 23 March 1888

HARKEE, MERCHAST SIAM. A. etanda for Action, -which makes business uiova, H for the Dash, which ne'er gets in a groove ; V stands for Vim, which e'er lcada to cue- CtrbS. E for Knery hustlers possees ; it stands for It-aaon, to which good sense yie da. T cticiis for Type, which the world's scepter wields ; I stands for Industry, handmaid of thrift, S for the sales that don't come as a Rift ; I Biancta for Indolence, man's greatest curse, 2 for the Nothing in Lazybones' purse ; ii stands for Gold, which you all want to get; p stands for Patience, which bids you not fret, .A. for Advice that you keep out of debt ; Y Ktunds for i'ou. sir, whom thus I advise, hi for BLicc-H8 if vou but advertise. Columbus VUpatch. IN THE LONG AGO. I5Y' JOHN M'GOVKKN. The small boy was to and go up on the farm This calamity came upon he was poorer than most leave school east of town, him because Lovs: he had neither father nor mother, and tne self abnegation of his remaining relatives had endured well, i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 23 March 1888

Mr. Abell, proprietor cf the Ealiimora Sun, is worth $2 j, OX), 000, and is said to be the richest newspaper man in the world. The crown prince o Germ&ny Las fzs,t cel ebrated the thirtieth imdTersary cf Lis mar riage at JSan liemo. r- Vjt' Vj p. f - -i ui -A 7 . RHEUMATISM. "he Case Stated. Jan'y 17th,18S3. Mes George C. O'ocxl & Co., dru'sts, Lowell, Mass., wrote to the undersigned as follows : "Air. Levvu Dennis, No. 13d Moody street, wishes to recommend St. Jacobs Oil, and desires eyneciaily to say that: "Obin Rofci.Nso.N, of Grantville, llass., a boy of 12 years, came to his house in the eutnmer of ISM walking on crutches, his left le ' bin? Lent at the knee for over two months, and could not be bent tack. Mr. Dennis had some St. Jacobs Oil in the house, and gave it to him to rub on his knee. In sue days he Lad no use for his crutches, and went home well without them, as he has been ever since." Corroborative and Conclusive Testimony. Lowell. Ma.s., July y, 13S7. Gentle...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 23 March 1888

' n-T .1 THE HERALD, ,4 pmLUPSBCRGu. . . : .KAySAi: Ash, Creek. The warm'sun shine ha3 melted the snow from the ground ; the air i- warm and balmy and the beautiful spring seems to be here. With the coming of spring, come du ties and labors peculiar to this particu lar season. The sturdy Iarmermay be seen almost any day overhauling his farm , and this is the time to make all things readv fr the active campaign on the fares, in the way of getting tools in shape, replenishing the wood yard, and many other things that can be found to do and can be done at this time. .Ve look for a profitable season , large crops and plenty of everyting that makes the heart glad . Mrs. Klma Wells antl children are visiting in this locality. Mrs. Wells is the widow of the late Harry Wells, who formerly owned one of the best farms on the creek. Ueorse Veeh is putting in a lumber yard at Stuttgart, lie has at this time a good supply of very good lumber . He will keep a good supply in stock at all times. Mr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 March 1888

i 1 1 J 1 T. - . i ! i TCP f- v li M "1 SPEAK TO THE! IVL" TH-T they g-o poewakd. YOK X. XTO 22. PHILL.IPSBURG-, KANSAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1888. $1.50 IN ADVANCE. THE HERALD. PH1LUF3BUUCK - KANSAS ESTXBLiSILLD IN 177. JLo olJest paper in Northwestern K an baa. TiEIK.a-XS: )p.e year.... 51. C r. KOBJiS 75 &. A. DiuCI KOIiNS A DVQUE. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS Passenger. . . Prtigal The train on the Mirbonri Pacific Itailrod ar rive at Marviu as follows: GOING EAST. 4 :0. p. m. 0 :U0 a. in. GOING WEST. Passenger 10:41 a m. Preiuhl a:i0 p. m. C K. & N. TIME CARD. GOING EAST. No. 8 passenger 3:4.j a. in. No. Local Freight 11:40 p. in. GOING WEST. No. 37 Passenger 11:00 p. m, 7 Local l-'reight 11:10 p.m. G. W. YOUNG, President. W. L. MO KG AX, V. Pre'idtrnt. PJffiihIPj3 CQUjWY LWK PHILLIPSBURG. -iitcoepoeat: J. F. MOUSE, Ca.-hier, 5 KANSAS 2ID 16SO-CAPITAI 50 000 BANKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES! MAKE FIVE YEAE LOAMS On improved farms. Give prompt and careful attention to all eollecti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 March 1888

Phillipsburg Herald PniLLIPSBURG. KANSAS. DOMESTIC. General James II. Wilon, Thursday, de livered a to-hours' irgumeut before a sub committee of the commerce committee oa defects in the interstate commerce law. He began with a sta ement that the law was not yet perfect, and it would hare been next to a miracle if it had turned out to be per fect. Since last summer he had been en cased in an earnest invest initio :i of the operation of the law, and was persuaded that violations of its spirit and letter were much more frtquent than the commission ers believe 1 them to be. It is new we 1 known, he said, that persons interested ia lhe lare idnpi'in ; houses I ave been secretly appointed ag uts of the railroads and put upon salaries for the purpose of securing freight. 'I'he salary ann unt3 to a rebate, and is a fraud un 1 outrage urjoa other fchipper. Another form of ilW.d dis crinii. atio is to tiil grain or produce from Chicago to Liverpool or London at an agre d through rate, a.d th ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 March 1888

STATE NEWS. The machinery for the Greet Bend gas well Las arrived and la being placed in position. - The reports that the elecirio light BjEtera in Barrton had proved a failure are denied. The Lamed Chronoscore eays that Lamed will get the Eeoond eugar mill of the Etatea. Professional cracksmen visited Hutch inson a few days ago. They blew open the safe of a grocery firm in that city, but only secured about $20. The Abilene Gazette says that emal quantities of both, j?as and oil wet struck in the coal hole now being sunk in that city, a few days ago. The Hutshinson ice factory is making preparations for the summer's business. The water out of which the ice ia manu factured is obtained from a well. The people of "Winfield are to be vaccinated. The Winflell Telegram says that to do bo will put 82,500 in circulation among the physicians. Rooks County record: The farmers in the vicinity of Plainville ere talking of organizing a co-operative company to run a general merchandise store at ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 March 1888

. THE HERALD. r J 1 1 L L 1 1 D U KG . - X- vN AS. OFrlGIA :. v. :0UaTY PAPER. rrii' "OHv U. A. HAGUE. KORNS & DAGUE. .ihurs and rr.opnicTOEs. I'lUDAV, March C'J h, lbi3. Phillipsbur- and Phillips County in Brief. U iocaU d in tt.e ; and li', I.'illf curt K. A; N. (KorH l-:.ti;di r.ow ofton. and n-liud uu .r i.t an curly date i-driMrtu'le-1 tn-m Count- "- a M'i.ru.ii second bc-t cout:ty it. i- iu the northern tier waiiTfd tiy - l.iirst-.t: it l::i ihtioaiity scut of PUilHpe C ounty, .i)!';i;jaA-tu CC-UtT 01 inilf" wert of Atchiron of Colorado line; is beunti- tUe isaiii line or trie c bciiis built. It ) i-njer civiK.on ana me -e of pui-J road are located a nruncli vlll oe tiiir (-ruita -a-t. I'niaipi 10 agricultural report?, tne iii Kaiiu- 011 r.Hiu per acre: of coautuf, if wen t living ftreunic; 11 mjii i uubui- 1' iv i.f irood buildir.''-f tor.c and ar, v,Vt 'a rul.iva-.lun: iti3'J UlUe? i-quare and bat ir,,t0 iub:ihilutit!. 1 i- a trood county to come to for fall parllrui:..-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 March 1888

Forfine PMOTOGOlAPHS, TIH TYPES, mes ana inm mings W U U L j Lit U eiii in iis-i-mb in - s n i ! k k n mo o r n - - J VVl good nsrzs-ws or i sis J. C. & E. S. LATSBAUGH TO THE FEOInTT We have made preparation and are receiving an elegant line of spring goods which it will psy you to inspect before purchasing elsewhere. Men's Suits for $1.00 and upwards. ChildreH3 and Youths' Suits for SI. 50 and upwards. Mens' Hits for 50 cents and upward3. Boys' Hats and raps for 25 cents and upwards. Elegant dress suite. Suostantial work suUs. Cest worsted suits in the marketlor the money. Svits made to order. Boots and Shoes and geaneral line of furnishing goods. Yours Truly, J. C. L E. S. LATSBAUGH. THE HERALD. v'lllliLIPriBUIlG. - KANSAS PUEI.IS1IEKS NOTICE. The Herald :rre to presaThnrs-dny evening, all matter mui-t be in the printer hundn before that time to int-ure insertion, cud it iu teyeral caye earlier than that when pot-sible. tf Remember the City r.ausu3 Friday evening at 8 o'clock...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 March 1888

HAKICEE, MERCHANT MAN. A. standi for Action, which maiea business move, U for the Dash, which ne'er Rets in a. groove ; Y stands for Vim, which e'er leads to suc cess, E lor Knerpy hustlers posBesB ; It stands for Ktasoa, to wnich good sense yie da. T btands for Type, which the world's Bcepter wields; i I Btanda for Industry, handmaid of thrift, ti for the sa'es thitt don't come as a gift ; I stands for Indolence, man's greatest curse, N --or the Noihin in Lazybones' purse ; ti stands for Gold, which you ail want to get; f stands for Patience, which bids you not fret, A for Advice that you keep out of debt ; Y stands for You. sir, whoimthus I adviiS, 8 for success if ou but advertise. Columbus Dispatch. IN THE LONG AGO. The small boy was to and go up on the farm This calamity came upon he was poorer than most leaTe school east of town. him because Lovs; tie had neither father nor mother, and the self abnegation of his remaining relatives had endured well, in that it had already last...

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