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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 September 1888

THE HERALD, PUILLII-SIiUKO.. ...KANSAS. Phillipsburg and Phillips County In Brief. I'biliJpbur", thecuunty ec-tit of Pbiwip County,' . located in t!i geographical center of Hitid county ; I mile wet of Atchison and 13T, rnilen eat of Colorado line: i tanti ful!y located; in on the main line of the '. K. A N. (Ifock -lclanil) now bcin built. It ii both a freight and iia.-cncr division and the tiop uul round Louse of aid road are located here, and at an early date a branch will be constructed from the couth ea.-t. Phillipa County in, accwrdiiij; to agricultural reportf, the recotwl hi:-t county in Kauna ou jjruia jht acre: it is in the northern tier of couutlce, is well watered by L'l living treami; it ioil i unsur liaxsed; it ban plenty of trood building ctone and considerable timber. Only one ciith of its lands are yet in cultivation: it is HO miles fquare und haw 15.0)0 inhabitants. It i. a irood county to come to. r or run partirnlarn or the udvantau'es offered the eruiirrant in P...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 September 1888

;j TT TT - T f i 1 J JLLjI ST3 IE .a.: TO THIEiM: I'EC.I' THEY GO OWTID. VOL. X. NO 48. THE HERALD. .LL'FSBURG. - KAN3AS ESTABLISHED IN 1377. : ol.l. at paper in Northwestern Kansas. i i yi-Hr sii i outha $1.50 .75 Y tOIi.VS &. A. DAGTJX. KOllNS & DVGDE. r-U3LI HZRS AND PROPRIETORS. The tram on the Mifcouri Pacific Kailrod ar iv. ut .Marvin as follows: (lOING EAST. GOING WEST. ... 4:05 p. m. . .. t:05 a. m. reint . . . . 10:41 a. m. 3:50 p. m. Freight ... C K. & N. TIME CARD. GOING EAST. No. S I';i-nenfr ... ;":2."a. m. No .'5S Local freight 11:40p.m. I'ii.-m-iiL' -r 7:07 p. ru. COIN(; WEST: No. v.7 lu-s ii''-r 11:00 p. m, " 7 Local freight ll:lup. in. l,;!-"eiltr:r 9:IMi a. m. PROFSSSIOHAL CAHOS. II. WALLACE, M. D., Physician and Sure n. Sii'ti;:l -aifiiiio i t'ivnn to tte tlis-jiiSL-s of wo rn ci. Otiiee outh aide public squaro, 1": il r llu - Kama. A. B. HOUCK, M. D.. Eclectic Physician. OQlco ut O. W. CickJonl's Drns Store, north eiJn Hnh'io Kqonrn, I'iiillipuburg, K...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 September 1888

THE HERALD. PHILIPSBURG, - KANSAS SA1ISAS hews. John To1I er, a Negro-Creek Indian, Las been convicted of murder in the: first degree at Wichita. He will hang, too. as he -was tried in the United States district court, and not under the Kansas law. CVdarvale Star: Corn is now selling on our streets for 25 cents, but we want to he p-:t on record as saying it is worth more money. Thirty cents should he the price, and those who hell for less will be sorry for it. lte memher we can ship corn out this year, not in, and the western market v. ill justify holding rather than sell ing forJessthan oO cents. Atchison Globe: On Tuesday last the 1 1-year-old daughter of a farmer named Simpson, living three miles west of Ilorton, accidentally shot her self with a revolver belonging to a hired hand. The bullet entering the center of the forehead, killing her in stantly. A little daughter of Dong. Fortune of the Missouri Pacific was pla ing with the Simpson child at the time. Bellville Democrat: Mr...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 September 1888

A Mystery of a Picture. "We were old friends, Jackson and I but when Ave left college and began the grim struggle for pence and praise our paths diverged and we heard little of eac h other for many years. Since we last met Jackson has struggled into a tolerable prac tice as a doctor, while I had strug gled into no practice at all as a bar rister. One morning I received a note from Jackson asking me to run down and spend 24 hours with him, and so we old pals met after long separation. Jackson labored in a little country town, some two hours' journey down the Southwestern line. He lived in a house as eccentric, and as honest, and as sturdy as he was himself. "When I saw the house for the first time I was possessed with an idea of a builder suddenly gone out of his mind. This well meaning man had selected as the scene of his labors a beautiful grove cf pine trees. He chose a clear space and there built a house, not in the usual way; but according to the dictates ol a picturesquely cont...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 September 1888

THE HERALD. fMILLIPSBURG. - XaNSAS. OFFI0IAL 0OUNTY PAPER. E.r.KORNS. R. A. DAGUE. HORNS & DAGUE. PCBLISHER3 AND PROPRIETORS. Friday, September 2Sth, 1888. Pcblis 8iR' Notice All Obituary and .Mar riage notice f ordinary lenjrth are printt-d in the Uhbii.d free. A moderate charjje'wiil be made for poetry, or notices exceeding tbe usual For President of the United States GEX. BENJAMIN HARRISON, of Indiana. For Vice President, LEVI 1. MORTON, of New York. For Presidential Electors, At lare JohnL. Walker. " Eugene F. "Ware. First District Lon W. Robinson. Socoml District Frank 11. Ogg. Third District T. P. Anderson. Fourth District John Madden. Fifth District D. A. Valentine. Sixth District J. Ii. McGonigal. Seventh District E. I. Chapman. For Member Congress Oth District, E. J. TURNER. The Republican State Ticket. For Governor, LYMAN U. HUMFHER Y. .For Lieut. Governor, ANDREW J. FELT. For Secretary of State, WILLIAM HIGGINS. For State Treasurer, JAMES W. '.HAMILTON. For State Audi...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 September 1888

FOR FINE PHOTOG RAPHS TIN TTPES, FRAMES AND TRI MMIInGSO to tu OIT THE WESTSID H, 1888 8 Pi to - THAT J. O. & E. S. LATSBATJGH, Are selling clothing, hats, caps and furn ishing goods at hard time prices- If not, call and be convinced that such is the fact, and that we are leaders in low prices. J. C. E S. LA TSBA UGH, "West Side square. Exclusive Clothiers. THE HERALD. f'HIIjLiIPSBURG. - KANSAS Fresh groceries at Polings. Farm loans, G. A. Spaulding & Co. Bottom rates for insurance at the office of Pratt & Lewis. Mixed paint cheap at S. S. Fisher & 2o's. Apples at 75 cents per bushel at Iiernngwell's. Calicos at 3.J cents per yard at the Chicago Fair. Hammocks for sale at S. S. Fish er & Co'b. Paints', oils and S. S. Fisher & Co. window glass at G, A. Spaulding & Co. have cheap money for farm loan3. Winship's for apples, 75 cents per bushel. Bargains in frames at Dawson's photo car Choioe brands of cigars, always on hand at S. S. Fisher & Co's. Men,s ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 September 1888

BOLDON'S EXPEDIENT. "I am fairly dished ruined done for. I had better order my coffin while I can pay for it." This was the nad .soliloquy of Mr. James Boldon, solicitor and notary public, as he sat alone in his office in High street, AYestborough, one October morning. And truly Mr. Janu s Boldon's pos ition was not a happy one. He was a young man lately admitted as a solicitor, and he had spent all his little capital to no purpose in trying to make a practice for himself in the town of Westborough. lie was almost a stranger in the town, and, although he had been there nearly a year, he had hardly suc ceeded in making an acquaintance, much less in gaining clients. The re port that there was "an opening" in the place, on the strength of which lie had come there, had proved to be entirely fallacious. The town was just larcre enough to hide him. It was in vain that he went regularly to St. Augustine's mission chapel, in the hope of having his name put on the building committee of the n...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 September 1888

DISCOURSED TO THOUSANDS. Eii "Welc:ni3 Heme Infuses Him Eeaewed Inspiration. "With After i.i2haiTsing a Grip of Warmth "Witrt H-is B-dvr-d Ccr.grf gation the Renowned Ta:mag-i 1'ipouuJs Fassa:-; that are D ank in With the Uimos'. IfTagrness by His Attentive Listeners Fi- a Text the D-v.ae Takes the Aw Inspiring Vers-: "As the Hart Panteth Al ter the Wat-T Brooks So FaiiU-th IZv G ju: After Thee. O God:" BnoorcLTx. N. Y., September 0. Tne trreat or:.n, iiii proved and enlarged, rolled out w.th new Hjver tin; Jons; metre doxology at the opening of the service in ihe Urooklyu Taberuaelo to-day. The great auditorium was thronged aud oversowing. The Rev. T. DeWitt Taliuuge. I). D., lias returned from hia gammer vacation, during which he has spoken in man- parts ol tbe country, and sunken hands, he savs., with abouc a hundred thousand people. He closed his '.our by a visit to the wilderness in upper New Yoric Mate, aud spending some time amon? the I'.u ulers. This inoinintr he expounded p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 September 1888

THE HERALD, PUILUrsBUitG ...KANSAS. ASH CHEEK. Lon Solbo lost a valuable liorso last v. i !;. 3Ir. .Jasper lYU rson. who has l'( ii crippled all sunimor Las just been al lowed a pension. He is rated at 8 per month. Mr. J. I). Couch will winter his o:ii tie in X--! -ra.ioi. S,!in-f ".r - !.. r- i-.t !;'..'.. I j ! In- re iiuii'M. i l-'i.t.'l- Hli! t:.4. !,..,! :v....r..! ,.f !in ie iltuh i U.- ,!:. !ay ii 1 1 rii--wo:- "i t- ' ' : i !:.! - i i ' ! '. 4 , . . i : i' i ;"- ' i r :!' i. . -.l v. . . ; .. - .. i.vi i. iio hh' iii popic oi iJit- !i:r rent com. lies in this State ;'o till oat :'. paper so!ne"L it like this. v. , in uu.h r-ini-d citizens of your county, hereby respectfully re quest you to use your influence to heve t!i" s'-!uxil law aint-jided so as to :ike t iwn.-hips the ba.si.-j of taxation r sc!:o)l purpos'-s. This wouhl enable all the districts to share in Kailroad taxes. This is especially jtvst where townships have voted bonds to liailroads, and where, under the pres...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 October 1888

VOL,. X. NO 49. PHILLIPSBURG-, KANSAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1888. $1.50 IN ADVANCE THE HERALD. DfilLLIP3BUKG, - KANSAS ESTABLISHED IN 1S77. rh oMuat paper In Northwestern K&aoaa. ()ie yoar $1.M Six month 75 c r. eobns &. A. DA3U. KOSJJS & DVQUE, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS- TIME TABLE, The trains on the Missouri Pacific liuilrod ar rive at Marvin as follows: GOING 2AST. Passenger 4:03 p. m. Kreigat 6:05 a. m. GOING WEST. Pnnenger.. 10:41 a. in. FreiKbt 3:Wp. m. C. K. &. N. TIME CARD. GOISd EAST. 'No. 8 Passenper 5:25 a. m. No. 3d Local Freight ll:4op. m. FttHsenger 7:07 p. in. GOING WEST. No. 37 Papeenjrer 11:00 p. m, " 7 Local Freight 11:10 p.m. Paeenger 9:06 a. in. P RO FESSIO NALCARPS. H. WALLACE, M. L7 Physician and Surgeon. SpeclHl Kttention given to the dise&aea of wo rn n. OiSce south aide pablio aquaxs, l'tillllpiiLturgr, .... Kuuu. A. B. HOUCK, M. D., Eclectic Physician. Office at G. W. Bickford'e Dru Store, nortfe id t'cr.Jio Bqnare, Phillipsbarg, Kansaa. ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 October 1888

THE HEKALD. PJIILIPSBURG, KANSAS EAUSAS NEWS. Ono twenty-fifth of the regular army will be in Topeka the first -week in Oc tober. The ghosts haves transferred their field of operations from "Wichita to Leavenworth. Kiowa county Republicans have ex pressed a ninety-two pound water melon to General Harrison. It is a curious fact that all the rob bers and thieves in Kansas this year belong to resectable families. So far twenty-five students have reg istered their names in the law depart ment of the Ktnsas university. A stagnant pond in the heart of the city of Atchison is breeding a new as sortment of diseases for that place. Peach orchards in the vicinity of Anthony are yielding excellent crops. Newton Republican : Kingman is to be tho next salt town. Newton wil be the first to boil her own brine with her own gas. The difference between the contri bution box and the ballot box in Har per is that the former is never stuffed and is in no danger of rejeaters. Probably the thickest skull ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 October 1888

"SUPERFLUITIES A HIXDERENCE. " Tha Rov. Talmage at the City of Churches. Tha Eloquent Divine Uses the Boc:r of Chronicles for His Enchanting Depiction cf the Malfornvid Ancient. Brooklts, September 23. The Rev. T. DeWitt Talmage, D. D., preached la the Brooklyn Tabernacle this morning on the sub ject, "Superfluities a Jlinderauce." Several ocean steamers arrive in port Sunday morn ings and many of the passengers, browned by the sea, come directly from the wharf to the Brooklyn Tabernacle. The great congre gation, led by Professor All's cornet and ac companied by the oriran, at which Professor Browne presides, joined In the opei Ilj L.vmo : We ore Tl-y people, we Th;' cire. Our auula mid ail our mortal fraiT" What lasting honors nhall we rear, Almighty Maicr, to Tliy came; Dr. Talmage' s text was: L Chronicles, Ch. xs. v. 0 and 7: '"A man of treat stature, whose fingers and toes were four and twenty, six ou each hand, and six on each foot: and he also was the son of the giant. But wh...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 October 1888

THE HERALD. PHILLIPSBURG. KANSAS. OFFICIAL 0OUKTY PAPER. E. P. KORNS. R. A. DAGUE. HORNS & DAGUE. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. Friday, October 5th, 1888. Publihiieks" Notice All Obituary and Mar riage notices f ordinary length are printed in the II kkald free. A moderate charge'.wiil be made for poetry, or notices exceeding the usual enlh. For President of the United States GEN. BENJAMIN HARRISON, of Indiana. For Vice President, LEVI P. MORTON, of New York. For Presidential Electors, At largo JohnL. Walker. " Eugene F. Ware. First District Lon W. Robinson. Second District Frank R. Ogg. Third District T. P. Anderson. Fourth District John Madden. Fifth District D. A. Valentine. Sixth District J. B. McGonigal. Seventh District .E. I. Chapman. For Member Congress Gth District, E. J. TURNER. The Republican State Ticket. For Governor, LYMAN U. HUMPHERY. For Lieut. Governor, ANDREW J. FELT. For Secretary of State, WILLIAM HIGGINS. For State Treasurer, JAMES W. -HAMILTON. For State Audit...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 October 1888

FOR FINE PHOTOG 1888 -TIIAT- J. C. & E. S. LATSBAUGH, Are selling clothing, hats, caps and furn ishing goods at hard time prices- If not, call and he convinced that such is the fact, and that we are leaders in low prices. J. C. & E. S. LATSBAUGH, West Side square. Exclusive Clothiers. THE HERALD. f'HII.LIPSBURG. KANSAS Mixed paint cheap at S. S . Fisher & 3o's. Bottom rates for insurance at the office of Pratt & Lewis. Paint?, oils and window glass at S, S. Fisher & Co. Apples at 75 cents per bushel at Leffingwell's. Calicos at cents per yard at the Chicago Fair. Winship's for apples, 75 cents per bushel. You caa get fresh fish every Fri day at L. E. Nipps' meat market Choice brands of cigars, alwavs on hand at S. S. Fisher & Oo's. Men,s underwear at 50 cents a suit at th e Chicago Fair. For a complete and accurate ab stract, call on McMay & MeCormick. Dr. II. Wallace is the local surgeon of the C. K. & N. Railroad. tf. Fine wool red flannel at 25 cen...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 October 1888

The Wee Culprit. Solemn stillness reigned in the quiet country sehool-Lou.se where two or three dozen had gathered to gether that summer afternoon, await ing ths voice of the minister, whose visits came but twice a month. Away over on the ''girls' side' three or four "mothers in Israel" sat on the first row of rough seats, while ltirther bciek a few more, less r.rnmi nent for Sunday sanctity, sat with rne two or three misses who formed the sole attraction for the half Horen boys ranged farthest irom the "Amen corner. The class leader and a few scatter ing pxlgnms with bodies bent earth ward bv toil, and snirits heaven ward erect through grace, made lonesomeness more lonely by sitting far from each other. Talking or smiling was not thought of. Such a thing as a man sitting with the w omenjwas an unheard of sac rilege; and, so vivid was the silence, so intense the solemnity, that 'one could almost hear the boys throwing "sheep's eyes," at the girls they had trudged two or three miles ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 October 1888

A Tale Willi mo rati. John Sraitli had a board fence arountl his cora field to keep out his neighbor Brown's cows. Mr. Brown didn't like this fence at all. His pns! ares were lean and dry, and he thought it would be a fine tiling if bis cows could p;et into Mr. Smith's field. Accordingly be set to work with Mr. Smith's hired man and persuaded Lim by arguments and bribes to pull down a part of the fence. One day when Mr. Smith was looking over his farm he found the man at work removing some of the boards from the fence. "What are 3-011 doing there?" de manded Mr. Smith. "I'm reforming the fence, sorr there's a dale too much of it for the good of the coin." "But you'll let in Brown's cows, and they'll trample down the whole field," urred Mr. Smifli. "Bedad, it won't be so bad as that, poit. I'm only takinir down 15 or 20 per cent of the fence. There's enough of it left to protect the corn, sorr. I'm only re-juicing the average of the fence. Sure, its there still." It is enough to say ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 October 1888

THE HERALD, PHILLIPSBUKG KANSAS. For the Ptullipoburjr Uebald. In Memory of N.Fouat. (By Jumea FouL) Oh flemo dea'.h, thou art come. The messenger that 1 hard to lace. Thou ha entered our happy home And taken a fattier from our embrace. la he gone, the one io kind and jrentle, And kas hie pure, sweet spirit fledT Oh we cannot think it real That the one bo kind and true is dead. Sad and gloomy was the evening That he wan called upon to die All our hearts were filled with pity, Bat for him we had to aigh. IS'm voice or footstep no longer we hear, Ilia work of life is forever done; The one we cherit bed and loved so dear. Can never to his family come. Yei, our dear father has gone to reft, Hie loving voice u longer we hear; Hut God knowt all things bent, And ha taken the one we loved eo dear. But it wai so hard with him to part. Never in this life to see him more; But if we love God with all our heart, We will greet him on the heavenly thore. SUMNER. "The frost is on tho pumpkin and th...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 October 1888

SPEAIC TO TXIE TIXT TIEXIET G-O POBWARD- VOL. X. NO 50. THE HERALD. 11 '1 iLLIPoBORQ, - KANSAS. ESTABLISHED IN 1377. :'U ol.it at paper in Northwestern Kansas. TERMS: $1.50 .75 t JL .liOULtiS fc. K. liOfl.NS &. A. DAGTX. KOKN3 & D i.GUE. PU3LI HERS AND PROPRIETORS- The trains ou the Missouri Pacific Rallrod ar rive at Marvin as follows : GOING EAST. I'ussener 4 :05 p. m. Freight 6:05 a. in. GOING WEST. Passenger 10:41a.m. Freight 3:00 p. in. C K. &. N. TIME CARD. GOING EAST. No. 8 Passenger 5:5 a. m . No. 38 Local Freight 11:40d. in. Passenger 7:07 p. m. GOING WEST. No. 37 Passeneer 11:00 p. m, " 7 Locul Freight 11:10p.m. Passenger 9:oti a. m. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. WALLACE, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. r?Iecinl attention piven to the diseases of wo ov n. OiHce Bouth aide public quuxe, l'l.ililoxuui t:, .... Kanaat. A. B. HOUCK, M. D., Eclectic rhysician. Office bt G. W. Bicltford's Drug Store, norti eiilA Public. Bqnare, Phillipaburg, Kansas. All calls both day and nig...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 October 1888

THE HERALD. PniLLPSBUBG, - KANSAS KANSAS ITfi'WS. Two fires occurred Sunday morning in Tennessee-town, undoubtedly the work incendaries. One of the Louses burned was the property of Thomas Lloyd, and is the same discovered on lire a few mornings ago. The -ther house was owned by John "Watson. Both owners are colored. Lloyd's loss is about 500 and Watson's abiut $2,000. Watson carried $1,400 insur ance. IL A. W. Corfield, county commis sioner of the county of Kearney, was before Justice Dillon yesterday, charged with issuing fraudulent seri2. Ilis bail was fixed at $1,000, which he refused to give, Probate Judge Mc Laughlin issued a writ of habeas cor pus. Sheriff Thome took the prisoner ; subpa-naing Justice Dillon, prosecuting witness, and L. L. Williams to appear before lYlcLiaugulin at once. Dillon disregarded the summons. The sher iff is hunting for him with a bench warrant. Corfield was dismissed, and costs taxed to complaining -witness. Parsons special : J. II. Parry, a passen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 October 1888

"SUPERFLUITIES k H1NDERESCE. " The Rer, Talmage at the City of Churches. Tha Eloquent Divine TJss the BocS of Chroriic:es for His Enchanting Depiction cf the tlalforra ;d Anc.eiit. Brookltx, September 2.T Tiie Rev. T. DeWltt Talmaije, D. D., j,rt-uelied In tbe Brooklyn Tabernacle tLU iuoruIn'.;ou tbe sub ject, "iSaperfiiiltles a Jlinderancti." Several ocean steamers arrive In port Suodav morn ings end many of tbe passengers, browned by tbe sea, come directly from tbe wbarf to tbe Brooklyn Tabernacle. Tue jrreat couzre eatloo, led by Professor Ali's cornet and uc coinpauied by tbe ortrao, at which riof esa,r Browne presides, joined In tbe cpeLli-j; b.viau : We are TL-y people, we Thy cim. Our Houla and all our murtul trar" What lasting li.jnora Mmll we rear, Almighty Maker, to Thy name? Dr. 'Palmare's lext was: I. Chronicles, Cb. xx. v. 0 and 7: "A man of ereat stiture, whose lingers and toes were four and twenty, lx on each band, aul feix on each foot: aud Le also wus tbe son of tbe...

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