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

'1 gr-fiiTlr-'T"-'?-' THE HERALD. CHILLI I'SJiUItO. - KANSAS. OFFIQIAL COUNTY PAPER. R.F. KORNS. tt.A. DAGVI2. KOIINS & DAGUE. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. I'ltiDAV, November, ICth, 1888. That Delaware hhould elect a Ke- publican United States Senator will le, to the Democrats, adding gall to wormwood. Cltaii)iti. The Republicans will, after March 1th next, have the President and both houses of Congress. They will luiM' a majority of members in the House of Representatives. Having1 everything, the party must now give the country wise and good laws or bo held as untrustworthy and false to their promises. It is not yet known what majority Congressman V. J. Turner did ro ceive over Samuel leldroy, his dem ocratic opponent. The former was not elected by an unanimous vote but the votes against him arc so few that it seems piite useless to count them. Uni as a matter of form and to com ply with the law they will be counted. Mr. Turner so far has made a good record in congress, and we b...

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 November 1888

FOR FINE PHOTOG RAPHS TIN TYPES, FRAMES AND TRI j MMING-S.G-O TO TU I CKER'S GALLERY ON THEW: 1888 YOU 2 k d THAT J. C, & E. S. LATSEAUGH, 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. LATSBAUGIL West Side square. Exclusive Clothiers. BEAD ESTATE. MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES On farm or city property. No delay. Principal payable anytime after 1 year If you want to st 11. exchange, or buy, fariii or c ity property, my oilice is the place Collections promptly attended to C. TWITCHELL, OiliCe Willi iii.-Pi'li, Ui-:-lair:a s. V. C'(ir. Stjuuic. THE HERALD. .'Ill Mil r.SllijJHi. - KANSAS C 1C. &. N. TIME CARD UOlNlJ EAST. Nn. I 1 r;tr---i-n.;i'r N . Ill 1'u-m ii-:i-r ... .No. i.oiul Freight i.oixo vi:st. No. i:s I'.'sst nt,-r r. r.x-r.-!.- a i. d b'i-cU'it 7: ;0 a. m. 7:15 jj. in. ;i. in. '.!::.'" p. m, h:-UJ ii. in. 7::0 :l. III. Fresh grocerie...

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 November 1888

STAiS'LKY iiHAUi) FKOM. the First KeliaLlo v From J"tTjley Vi Uhin Two Ye;irH A Dctiich liiotit of Hi IMel With in 1SU7. The i:xpeIltiou JIa Met With Much Suf ferln;; kud Orcat I o4of l ift) l"roixi Aliails ly Hostile Tribe I'revsiu Onward. Zanzibar, November 3. Couriers from Tabora, bringing direct news from the Stan ley expedition, a portion of which was mtt tit the end of November, lv7, by Arabs traJing between Lakes Vic-tor and Nyanza, and Nzige aud Tabora. These Arabs met Stan'ey's re. r guard at a point west of Al bert Nyanza, southeast of Sanga, just as the expedition was preparing to croS the swamps crossed by tha raliation of the streams th t abound ia that country. The Arabs did not fee Stanley. The detachment seen coa-isted of thirty men. They stated that Stanley was two days ahead. The expedition had suffered greatly on the march through a thick forest, where it was impossible to advance more than a mile end a quarter daily. 'I hey had also suif cred in the inbrfhes wh'i...

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 November 1888

tOQ CAEIN LOGIC. Urawa and Erain! Tha powerful engine, with its won2r ful propelling power, coupled to the . I0113 trb.ii,, full frtigttd -with the rich et fubi-ica of the intellectual looms of the centuries what obstacles can Etay tlio progress of thi3 roighty force, when oc9 under lull steam along life's path way ? The American with brawn and brain does not ee the necessity for titles of nobility, d:es not care for elevation by descent, he csn reach out and pluck the But with br&v.-n or brain impaired, a man ia badly handicapped in the mad race for success which is the marked characteristic of the present ege. The physical ejEtem ia a most intri cate piece cf mtchinery. It ought to be kept well regulated, so that it will work harmoniously ia ell its parte, then it 5s capable of an immenee amount of work. It is etid that a watch, if exneoted to keep perfect time, 2iust be wound daily. It will not keep good time unless it "runs regular." iiora men break down because they don't r...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 16 November 1888

THE HEixALD, PIIILLirSBUKO KANSAS. Phiiiipsburg and Phillips County In Brief. l'hiliipsbiiri;, tiie couuty teat of Phillips County, io Soi-atid in the geomphieul center of said county ; j ;j.r,l uiHo wt-i-t of Atchieou anci YiTi ui!l!.-s cat o Colorado line; is beauti fully located; in 611 the main line of the C, Iv. X. (ICock-lrland) row b,-ins built It it both u fivl;.rht and puenia'r division and the f hops and round Iioiipc of faid road are located here, and tt an early (late a branch will be constructed from the eoutli ctiit. Phillips County is, uc -rdinjj to h-jriculluru.! reports, tiie fec-ond best coun'y in Kansas ou jrrithi per acre ; it i.- in itio northern tier of count!;-.", in well watered by XI 4ivin? (-treani-; its mollis utwar-pa.-ael; it'ba plenty of tcood building stone and considerable ti.'uier. Only one sixth of its lands are yet in cultivation ; it is 30 miles square and has lr.lt;)0 inhabitants. It is a trood county to come to. For full particulars of the advan...

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 November 1888

I J1L 9 , SIESA-IC TO X'iXJZ; 1Z THAT THEY OO PORV7AT1D- VOL. XI. 4. PHILLIPS BURG-, XAXTSAS, FKIBAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1888. 01.50 IN ADVANCE Q THE HERALD. pfIlLLir3UUKG, - KANSAS LSTABUSUOJ IN fh oldc-at paper in Northwestern Kanaa iVie ycar.. biX months $'.r.o .75 e. r. Koiiss R. A. DAGU. KOIINS & DYGUE. PUGLI-HSRS AND PROPRIETORS. 'Die trnin on the Missouri Pacific Kailrod ar rive at Marvin ua follows : (iOING 2 AST. I'ltrift ii'ur -1 :n.l . m. Jr'rt-i-tu 0:i:j a. iu. GOING WEST. i':isi.cnuri.r 10:11 u. la. Freight 3:j0 p. m. C. K. &. N. TIME CARD. GOING EAST. No. 14 Pa.-Ki-n'er 7: ' u. in. No. 10 I'ar-en-er 7:i.m. u. No. . Local freight 3:30 a. in. GOING WEST. No. 1M IV-seiiuaT !::." p. in, " 1.) ExprcH S: to a. m. " 41 Local KrcL'llt T:-i'J a. ni. PKOrESSlOHAL CAHD5. II. WALLACE, M. D., Physician and Surocn. Hiri;il Rticutiu .. trivea to tf.e diseases of wo rn OrtLi-e outh 6i(!o puliFc sqaarH, I t ililjixlMl, ;r, .... l-t.UH.tt. A. B. ROC'CIC, M. D., Ethrib- I'hysiriaii. .....

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 November 1888

PfflLUPSBURG HERALD. J rillLLirSBCTlG, KANSAS. Dismissed Canadian Free Baptist minis ters" have formed a new denomination. A fire at San Francisco Sunday night caused a losa of $100,000; insurance 30,UX.. The flour production the past week v.as ISO.tXO barrels, against 103,300 the week be fore. Gas Cooper, of Portland, Conn.,muraered his wife by cutting her head open with on axe. Jealousy was the cause. Official returns from every county inPenu yWnnia show a plurality for Harrison cf 7,77'J. Blaine's plurality was fc7,Ul'J. It was reported that Governor Guy, of the Chickasaw nation, Indian Territory, had been assassinated. The report was not con firmed. The Indiana Faper and Bagging com pany's mill at South Bend was destroyed by lire Thursday. .Loss, gt-'vO.COO; insurance $ 40. 000. Mrj. Sarah Walter was declared insane at Chicago and it vras shown that daring the last two years she had smoked cigarettes in cessantly. In Cincinnati an unknown man attempt ed to chloroform and abduct ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 23 November 1888

AGAINST THE SALOON. Tha illsoari Democrats to Pusli Prolii bltluu la Reveoge far the Ac tion of the Sttloon Keeper. XJUy Knife PrancU In rt. Louli and Else where It is Believed. That They Will AVI a Missouri Slay Have Prohibition. St. IjOuis, November 12. A political revo lution in Missouri is among the probabili ties in the next six months. The leaders of the democratic party in the Etate have been investigating the causes that buried the party in St. Louis Tuesday, and have reached the conclusion that the saloon ele ment knifed Mayor Francis and the entire local ticket. As the democrats have twice saved the saloon and brewing interests of the 6tate from the wrath of the rural dry democrats and republicans the knifing Tues day ia put down as the basest treachery. The sentiment of the dominant party of the state is now voiced by the Repub lie. It has opened war on the saloons, and at the com ing session of the legislature the prohibit ion amendment will be submitted, and there is no...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 23 November 1888

THE HERALD. pnii.Lirsr.uRG. - t:.nsas. OFFIGIAL COUNTY- PAPER. 11. K. KOKNS. -I'l'liLlSUEKS It. A. DACil't. & DAGUE. AND PROPRIETORS. Friday, November, 23d, 18S8. Harrison's plurality in Indiana is oftieiallv announced as -LoTl. Tln next Kansas Legislature on joint ballot v.-ill stand 1C republican to 5 opposition. Harrison's plurality in Nebraska is alout '21.000 and Thayer's, reiublican, for irovernor 0.200. OKLAHOMA. The delegates to the convention of f riends of Oklahoma, -which is in ses sion at "Wichita to-day, may go about their work with the fullest confidence in the ultimate and early success of their efforts. At no time have the li rospects for tlie passage of the Okla homa bill in Congress been so bright as to-day. In the house it has the right of way. Action upon it must precede any legislation of other than a purely financial character. Its passage would have been assured at the last session of Congress had it not been for the absenteeism which left, the house witho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 23 November 1888

FOR FINE PHOTOG RAPHS TIN TYPES, FRAMES AND TRI ! MIvIINGS.GO TO TU I OXER'S GALLERY ON THE WESTSID; 1888 r? - TIIAT J. O. & E. S. LATSBAUGH, Are sailing clothing, hats, caps and furn ishing goods at hard time prices- If not, call and "he convinced that that Ave are leaders in J. C. $- E. West Side square. REAL INSTATE. MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES On farm or city property. Xo delay. Principal payable any time after 1 year If yon want to sell, exchange, or buy, farm' or city property, my oiiice i: the place. Collections promptly attended to C. TWTTCHELL, Otiicc with r.i.-t-cll, up-.-tairf. . V. 'or. Sju:iro. THE HERALD. t'ltl liLIP.SIUJItG. KANSAS You can get fresh lish every Fri day at L. E. Xipps' meat market. - Monev on farms at 7 per cent at C. Twitchel': s. Woolen socks 2 pairs for 25 cents at the Chicago Pair. V A !.. age beats them ail lor a good lunch. A 4 &. -A. Call and see. Canton llannels ().', Sand 10 cents per yard at the Chicago Pair. For a complete and accur...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 23 November 1888

112. LOWELL'S POE1L My day bo.can not till the twilight fell, And, li3, in ether from Ijeuvtn's 8vtet63t well, Tho New Mooa swam divinely isolate Iu niaiiit-ii silence, she that makes uiy fa.td liaply not knowing it, or only bo At 1 the eecretB of my bheep niay know; Nor ask I more, entirely bluet if sue. In letting me adore, ennoble ma To height of hat tiie goJa meant making man As only she and her beat b.-auty ci:n. Mine be the love that in itself can Mid Heed of white thoughts, the liliea of the mind, Heed of that glad surrenderor the will That rinUa iu service self s true purjoae still; Love that in outward fairness eeea the tent Vitched for an inmate far more excellent ; Love with a lif,ht irradiate to the core, Lit at her lamp, but fed from inborn store ; Ixjve thrice-requited with the single joy Of an immaculate vision naught could coy. Dearer because, sohih beyond my Bo-ope, My life grew lick with her, uubrii.6.1 by hope Of other guerdon Bave to think she knew One Kruteful v...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 23 November 1888

MM 9. l DUJMTY. BY TIIOS. P. CEAXE. II E digni fied individ ual avLo is ashamed to Le caught in the act of smiling i s not neces sarily a more import an t person a ge than the one who i s a 1 ivays on the lookout for a chance to fcrriilo. Dig nity i often assumed by people of very ordinary intelligence, who are continu ally laboring under the delusion that they are exceptionally cute or knowing. 'Individuals of the ape tribe have a nat ural tendency to assume a wise and dignified expression of countenance. I can only account for this tendency to wear a dignified look by the fact that a monkey's mind has never been able to grasp or comprehend the witty or hu morous side of life. The most palpable or transparent humor, so to speak, is too deep for their comprehension. So, p.ot being used to the habit of smiling, their countenances naturally !retain a dignified and grave appear ance. If an ape could only be induced rto comprehend a little of the humorous 'or ludicrous, he could shake o...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 23 November 1888

THE HERALD, miiLLirsBuno kaxsas. Phillipsburg and Phillips County In Brief. Lilliprliiir;. the county ft-at of Phillipe County, ! located in th ,'.() mbii-al center of fuiit county ; i j0 milc-H weft of Atchison tiri'l 135 mil s east of Colorado line: is beauti fully locate J; is on ttie muia line of the C K. i N. (Kock-l.-land) now being nuiit. It if both a freight and pasenjrr division and the rhops and round houee of aitl road are located here, and at an early date a branch will be coriftructc-d from the soatli ea?-t. Phillips County if, according to airricuiturul reports, the L-cond bc.-t county in Kauaan 011 rrain per acre; it in in the northern tier of couutien, well watered by '4 living etreaini' ; it noil it nnsur pu.nel; it"h:i plenty of Kood building etoiie and ompidL-ra!)!'- timber. Only one sixth of it landi are yet in cultivation : it i"J mile cqaare and has I.'j.ikxi inhabitant. It i.- a irood county to come to. For full particular of the alvuntai;s offered the emigran...

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 November 1888

'O Tin VOL.. XI. NO 5. PHILLIPSBURG-, KANSAS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1888. $1.50 IIT ADVANC: THE HERALD. 'iiLLJPSBCUG, - KANSAS ESTABLISHED IN 1S77 The tiMc&t paper in t.orthwi -stern Kamaa- IVic ywif .'. JI..V) Biz uiocLlis. ............................... .. .75 H. T. KOB.Na K. A. DAOTTK. E0KX3 A DVGUE, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS- The trulns on the Missouri Pacific Ilailrod ar rive ut Marvin Ha follows: GOING SAST. I'asnener 4:)5 p. in. i'reijrhl 6:00 a. in. GOING WEST. Passenger Krek'ht ... 10:41 a. m. 3:00 p. m. C K. & N. TIME CARD. GOING EAST. No. H Piii-wii'-'et 7:30 a. m. No. Its Poi'seiii.'i'r .No. i-i Local Freight GOING WEST. No. l'i Passenger r:15 p. in. 3:10 a. in. 0:0 p. in, " 15 Express 8:30 a. m. ' 41 Local Freight 7:30 m. in. PROFESSIONAL CARPS. II. WALLACE, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Special attention (riven to the dioaBes of wo men. Office south ido publio square, ri.illlpuburt, - Knii. A. B. HOUCK, M. D., Eclectic rhysician. Office at G. W. Bickford'a Dra...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 November 1888

FlilLLIPSDURG DERALD. PIIILLirSBUIlG, KANSAS. "While a New York express train, west bound, on the PensjlTama road, was near ing Coneinaagh, Pa., ire broke out ia the Pullman sleeper Aragon, causing the pas sengers to rush half clothed to adjoining cars. Half the coich was destroyed, togeth er with the clothing of many of the travelers but no person was injured. In Caster county, Nebraska, "William Aeiuey and Hiram itotten went to the house of Albert HousteiD, whose children had been suspected ot stealing eome furniture from the Bchool house. They did not re turn, and friend begaa to search for them, with the result that they found their dead bodies in a hay stack on the farm of lJous tein, who had iltd, taking the team driven to his i lace by the murdered men. At Leavenworth, Leon Moore, a colored mac, wad fatally stabbed by his wife, Mattie .Moore. A couple of pedestrians passing Kiowa and South streets shortly after dis covered the body, and calling at Moore's house notified las w...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 November 1888

EUSSIAX PRIESTHOOD. SUBJECTED TO GREAT 1IAKDSIIIFS AD PKIVATIOXS. Half tlie Jokes in the Funny Papers Are About TUem Tlie "VnHe and HUtk Clerjjry Priesta AVives and Families How They Get Kid of Their Daughters. BY WHLUM ELEBOY CUETIS. The priesthood of the Huspian Church is composed of two classes tho white and THE WHITE PEIEST. black elenry. Tho latter arc monks belong ing to the several orders of religious seclusion, and from their numbers all the bishops and higher ecclesiastical oflicials are chosen. 'i'hey aro teachers in tho schools, also tutors in tlie families of the nobles, and many of them havo been cele brated for thi-ir scholarship, thsir aitistic genius, and literary Rifts. Asceticism is not practiced as it is in tho lioman Church, ex cept by certain orders in monastic life, and in the f ullillnient of vo ws. During the last century tho church (states wore secularized and conliscated by the crown; then the emancipation of the serfs deprived the .religious orders of a gr...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 November 1888

THE HERALD. PiriLLIl'SBUHG. KANSAS. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. E. I KdUNS. R. A. DAGUE. KORNS s DAGUE. PUIJLISIIEUS AND PROPRIETORS. Fiti day, November, 30th, 18SS. CLUBBING RATES, We w ill uenrt the follow inr named paper club bed with the li kkald at the following ruteB. To avail yourclvc of ttiee low terms you iuuet pay fur both paper a year in advance. The numei of other papers? will be added from lime to time. The Scientific American and I1kuai.ii 4 00 Topeka C apital Commonwealth and Hehald. 2 00 Toledo filade " -J :i5 Inler-Oceun " ' Leavenworth Times " M. Jo.-epli ( .Mo. ) Herald " ' 2 45 2 00 2 25 KaiiMin l lty .Journal " " .. 2 Si 5 New York World ' . . 2 35 New York Prei-s ' " .. 2 15 Gen. Fisk, the prohibition candi date for President, received just one vote in South Carolina. Hon. 11 J. Turner's majority over McElroy this fall is 11,S7G. Two years ago his majority over Gilo was only a small fraction over 7,000. Kansas, in live years will make her own sugar and in ten years ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 November 1888

FOR FINE PHOTOG RAPHS TIN TYPES, FRAMES AND TBI MMINGS.GO TO TU CKER'S GALLERY ON THE WESTSIDE 1888 1888 i. 8 -THAT- I VVU J. C. & E. S. LATSBAUG-H, 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.1; J. a E. S. LA TSBA UGH, "West Side Square. Exclusive Clothiers. READ THIS THROUGH AND THKN COME AHD SEE US. A? 3 f'-w . ,VJ pfA A will be sold from date with a 7 from our regular prices. This brings this line below any SALE ever advertised. J v aeurc av or ivdoncrav vi m a HEAL ESTATE. REAL ESTATE. MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST KATES On farm or city property. No delay. Principal payable anytime after 1 year If you want to sell, exchange, or buy, farm or city property, my office is the place. Collections promptly attended to C. TWITCHELL, Office with IMitccll, up-etalrp, is. W. Cor. Square. THE HERALD. I'HILLIPriBUItG. - KANSAS You caa get fresh lish every Fri day at L. E. ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 November 1888

HIBAII HAYSICZ ON FA HILY CAHHIAGE3. BY LAIlBT LINNET. T'other day vrlic-n I rid nv to town for Llzy's jewelry, KJy, is, would drive ye cr:uy 1'lura tha sigMa thar is to soe. But the hi-jcei humbug of 'ein all I've seed fer many a day Was the Mayor's brau'-EOW carriage, thet I beeril the people say Cost auio.it a thoihu.ua collars countln' oat tl.e ieu.ni. ye mind. In the front a "driver 6ot an soma iore feller huij on behind ; It "was ju.it a eiht to sea the critter bobbin' up an' down iilio the actor in the cirkia thet they call the funny clown. Now cf thoz ain't f uaa an' tiimbug wus'n eny trave m' Bbow, AVnar y git 'cm I d aa leaf Bpen 1 a nickel fur to kuoif. Ain't a wa.-on Rood enough fer follis ef it hea got the snrin-js? An' I think k ijialt'd sarve aa well aa them air bi: liler thiiis. Don't I ho ISil.lo tell na, Tildy, bow it, all hed come to pas 3 Thet the bieSMd Savior rid Jeruaalem'a streets u; on an ass ? He'd a-hi-d a luncy carriage ef lie thought fer the best. But li...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 November 1888

RAILWAY WRECK. A Heavy Stock Train Goes Through EriJse Xear El Dorado, Kan., Irol ably Killing: the Kcglueor and lOO Head or Cattle. Particulars of the Wreck Moafirie The Damage Very Lrs-The Fireman, Tltoujrli liadly Injured, Caiue to tbe Kaxlaeer'i Itmcue, Eldoeado, Kan., November 1C. A heavily loaded cattle train of twenty-five cars on tba Missouri Pacific railroad went through tha Walnut river bridge near this city lat night. The engine and tea cara were com pletely wrecked, ICO cattle heins killed and many mora crippled. Fireman Kellogs was thrown about fifty feet, bat although badly bruised, crawled back into the wreck and held up Engineer Spencer's head and kept Lfla from drowning for fifty-five minute?, until they were rescued. Spencer was oaught between the engine and the feeder and ter ribly injured. It is thought he cannot re cover. The 1038 to the company will reach to.ooo. A SEKIOl'3 CONDITION. Kutlits of Labor bankrupt and Without Confitteuce la the Order. Indianapolis,...

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