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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 November 1888

M I i i fl li' 1 1 I'll "I ' THE HERALD, PHILLIPSBURG.. ....KANSAS. Phlllipsburs and Phillips County In Brief. l'biliii .-Ihii i;, I lie county feat of PLillipf- County, is located in thu geor.ipliicul center of faid county ; h :JoO iniie weft of Atchison umt 1 J."i miles euft of Colorado line; is beauti fully located; U on the main hue of the C K. N. (io k-lland) now finished to Colorado priii'f, Colorado. It both a freight and pdffcuer divifion and the thops and round lioiibc of faid road are located here. Phillipa County if, according to agricultural reports, the fecomi beet county in Kansas on grain per acre; it is in the northern tier of counties, Is well watered by si living streams; its soil is unsur passeJ; it has plenty of fjood buiidin? stone and considerable timber. Only one sixth of its lands are yet in cultivation : it is 30 miles square and has 1.-.1K inhabitants. It is a i;ood county to come to. For full particulars of the advantages offered the emigrant iu Phillips b...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 December 1888

THAT THEY GO FOEWAED. VOL. XI. NO 6. PHILLIP8BURG, KANSAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1888. $1.50 IN ADVANCE SPEAK TO THE. THE HERALD. pmLLIP3BURG, - KAN3AS EST AB LI SHED IN 1377. fho oldest paper la Northweeterri Kaas&a. One year.... Six months. fl.SO , .. .. -73 It T. KOIi.NS &. A. DAGCX. K011N3 & DVGUE, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS CLUBBING RATES. We wfd rend the following named paper club bed wit J the Heuai.u ut the following rates. To avail yourselves of there low terms you inur't pay lor both paper u year in advance. The name of other paper will Vie added from time to time. The Scientific American and IIkiiai ii t ixi Topeka Capital-Common wealth and Herald, 'i 0t Toledo Blade " . . i 35 inter-Ocean ' . . 45 Leavenworth Time " .. iJ .St. Joseph (.Mo.) Herald " ' . . i ','5 Kttiiwin I lty .Journal " ' New York "World ' Mew York Pre- " " - 35 li 13 ITXiH: TASL2. The trains on the Missouri Pacilic Kallrod ar rive at Marvin as follows : GOING EAST. i'a-xener. Srei'tH I'asceii...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 December 1888

POILLIPSBLRG HERALD. rniLLirsBUKG, KANSAS. Bert Esary. aged I", tried to board a mov ing freight train at Huntirsgburg, lud., and had his head cut oil on the rail. Hennery and the Montana Kid fought thirty-eight rounds at Bonner Springs, Kan., the Kid getting the wo"st of it. An elevated railroad company has sued the Chicago Times f cr half a million dol lars for cliargitg the company for Having loujjlit otf t:io city council. Prominent citizens of Bloomington, Ind., hv toeu sued by A victim of outrages by "White Caps" cu the charge of being mem bers of that body of regulators. Senator Plutnb, Representative Anderson nnd ex-tiovf ruor Osborn are all mentioned Ht Vfthingtoa as likely to be considered by General Hiruson for higli positions. A fierce northea-ter raged in New England and New York November '", which extend ed along the Atlantic co.ist at least as far south a Delaware. The country is covered with deep snow. Amanda Fruit of Ozark. Mo., killed her two children and cut her 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. — 7 December 1888

EVICTIONS IN IOWA. Turning IlusdreUa of Settlers Out of Their Homes Scenes of Irinli Landlord ism Itepeated In Free America. The Marshall Propose to do Their "Work Thoroughly Settlers Driven Out aud Left by the Road side. Watebloo, Ia., November 24. The work of evicting the settlera on the Des Moines river Ianda ha3 begun in earnest. A strong force of deputy United States marshals are In Web?ter county, and propose to evict every settler who has not arranged to settle with the River Land company for their lands. Five persona were evicted from their lands near Dayton. They were John and Kitt Weir, Noah Springer, Chris Gregor and Crosby Fry. No trouble was experienced with them, and Gregor was allowed to move back on the land ho had occupied on his promise that he would settle up to-day. Three more evictions were made in that section. Another force of deputies under Marshal Ilolbrook went to liomer and evicted three settlers there. At one place when the settlers 6aw the posse coming a...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 December 1888

THE HERALD. flllLLIPKBURG. - KANSAS. OFFIGIAL GOUKTY PAPER. E. I KOKNS. -PL'I5LrsHEKS R. A. DAGUE. & DAGUE. AXI PROPRIETORS. Friday, December, 7th, 1888. Con Tress conve The Presidents ned last Monday, message was read and both houses took up the business on hand. The Missouri Pacific built in Kan sas, during the year 1888, 82 miles of new road. It has in operation in this State 2,170 miles of road. Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan li. Anthony spoke at Omaha, Decem ber 3d, at the State Woman Suffrage Convention. They had large and ap preciative audiences. The Democrats now claim that they curried West Virginia at the late election and according to the official count as announced they have. Re publicans say the count has not been a fair one. The official report of the State Board of Railroad Commissioners for the year ending December 1st, 1888. .shows that, compared Avith the popu lation, Kansas is the best equipped with railroads of any State in the Francis Murphy, who has been ...

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

FOR FINE PHOTOG 1888 li JO - THAT J. C. & E. S. LATSBAUGH, 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 UGIL West Side square. Exclusive Clothiers. HEAL ESTATE. MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES On farm or city property. No delay. Principal jmyable anytime after 1 year If you want to sell, exchange, or buy, the piece. Collections promptly attended to C. TWITCHELL, OP.ice with Uissell, up-r-tuiri, . W. Cor. Square. THE HERALD. HILLirSllURG. - KANSAS You can get fresh fish every Fri day at L. E. Nipps' meat market. Money on farms at 7 per cent at C. TwitchelVs. Woolen socks 2 pairs for 25 cents at the Chicago Fair. E. A. 1 f rc luk'ifc 1 ajtt nil Try fi good lunch. Call and see. Canton flannels GJ, 8 and 10 cents per yard at the Chicago Fair. For a complete and accurate ab stract, call on SlcMay & McCormick. Toboggans at 25 cents a piece...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 December 1888

JACK AND L I -was so Mred of .Tack, jioor boy. Ari l Juok was tirt.i of me ; Jio.t iaugel l'or sweets wiil ooonost tloy ; Fate kits been l.iml, and v.e, Two foolish teiiJtiiri:t hearts, nialo vasto Of liie'a beat fciits with eucr h:te. O ! tired wo wera. Timo seems so long A hen eiervthius goes well ! The walla of homa rose erim and strong; I-iko jirisoriera in a cell "Ve clanked our marriage cliaia3, and inned l'or freedom we left bcii'ud. Tired, tired of lovo and peace were wo Of every day's calm bliss ! We had no goal to win, since ha Was mine, and I wash:s ; And bo wo sighed in mute despair. And wished each other anywhere. Bat sorrow came one day the paia ; Of death's dark, awful fear ; O, then our hearts bea", warm a:in; Then each to each was dear. It seemed that life could nothing lack, While Jack had me and I had Jack 1 Xtw OrUtina Times-Deiiwcrut. THE CASTAWAY CHICKS. Three littlo chicks, at close of day, J-ieft mother huii, and roamed away; Two cosily nestled inside of a bh...

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

THE LITTLE FOLKS.: Uaby Katie. Haby Katio, tl:ree years olJ, Kyc-s or biijiinre, hair of goU; llunhevi Lcr tou-i of Lutby felee, here Elie Bat on grandi a a knee. Ixnely in iza baby frrnce, Grave auJ tiiouphttul f-Trow her face, 1iilo lier limijlel hands. outi rood. t-oftiy fondled grandpa B head, 'Alon,! his Ios'kb, ilia silver span, In axid oat hor ringers run. "Tell me, darulrm.," sxJd the BT-rite, "How you doi )ou' hair 60 wiiite. "1 ia so boo ful ami bo Hue, So much i ritier dun rami, Tell me, jamijia. -what to do To lcnio rume wiiite and luity, too." Granira laughed: "Well, I declare, So my baby wants v. hit? hair, Tiny, sw. et, auitiiuoua Kate, Many years you 11 huve to wait ; leel the thiii of life a decline, t'.ro your hair can be like Tuine. Hair like raine is bleached, sweot dear, By the snows oi many a year." Katie Blips from grandpa's knee. Clasps her liaiida in merry uioo ; t-leold, v.ith paltering footsteps floet, 1 l.rough tue doer into the street, Where the snow is ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 December 1888

THE HERALD, innLLiria'nG. .KANSAS. Phillipsburg and Phillips County In Brief. PbiHi;!niri;, t!ie county peat of Phillips County, is located hi tin? i't-orapliical center of i'aid county ; i iJj') miles wert of Atcbion ami l'J.') inilci' ca.-t of 'dorado line; is beauti fully located; i on 'tbe main line of tlie '. K. & X. (Hock-lr-land now fini.-bed to Colorado Sprini;". Colorado. It ii both a freiyht and t)a.-heii''cr (iivifion and the bbopa and round Iiop.pc of caid road are located bere. Phillips County is, according to agricultural reports, tbe fecond beet county in Kanart on rain per acre ; it it in the northern tier of couutiex, i well waterect by 1 living ctreiinii; itf coil i. unfur pafrtct; it "has plenty of jjuoil building ftone und conxiderabie litiil)er. Only one fcixtli of its lands are yet in cultivation: it in -iti mile t-quare and ban 1").0k) inhabitants it is a r"i county to come to. For full particulars of the advantage offered tbe emigrant in Fhslliphburif and...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 December 1888

VOL. XI. NO 7. THE HERALD. P'llLLIPSBURQ, - KANSAS ESTABLISHED IN 1377. rhe oldest paper Ja Northwestern Kansaa, TERMS: Oneynar Six months .75 K. F. K02NS B- A. DAGCX. K0BX3 A DVOUE, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. CLUBBING RATES. We will fend the following named papers club bed with the 11 khalu at the following rates. To vail yourselves of these low terms you rnuet pay for both paper a yeur in advance. The names of other papers will be added from time to time. The Scientific American and Herald 4 00 Topeka C'apitnl-C'ommouwealth and Herald. 2 00 Toledo Blade " " . . 2 35 Inter-Ocean " " . . 2 3i Leavenworth Times " " .. 2 00 !St. Joseph (Mo.) Herald " ' ..225 Kansas I'ltv Journal " " ..2S5 iew York World " " ..2 33 New Yorlc Press " " ..a 15 i .. . . : : The trains on the Missouri Pacific Iiui'.rod ar rive at Marvin as follows: GOING EAST. Pnsen:jer. ... .. freight 4 :05 p. m. 6:05 a. m. GOING WEST. Passenger 10:41 a. m. Freight 3:D0 p. m. C K. & N. TIME CARD. oOlNG EAST. No. 14 P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 December 1888

PIIIUirSIMG HERALD. I PniLLirSBURG, - - KANSAS, PRESIDENT'S 3IESSAGE: Tlic CoatlHlon r.t tli Country Tie-rJeTvel CoEjrpu Ceasart-l for glectlri 2io.tet.ai-y lau at the El- I.oaeof Eitriii ajsnt Jleainrei. Tlie I're!l-nt 'laiotains Ills Position on tli Thrill-; lIeiid HI Course Toward Canada autl tlie S:ckviIle-AVe6t Iuci-dt-ut Veil en a lie volution. President Cleveland's Last. To the Courress of the United States: As you assemble for the discharge of the duties you have assumed, a3 the rep resentatives of a free and generous peo ple, your meeting is marked by an inter esting and impressive incident and the expiration of tha present cession of con gress, the first century of our constitu tional existence as a nation will be com pleted. Our survival for one hundre I years ia not sufficient to assure ua trial. We no longer have dangers to fear in the mam tainance with all its promised blessings of a government founded upon the freedom of a people. The time rather admonishes to soberiy...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 December 1888

LEPKUSY IN CANADA. C&lne'e Broutl-t tha Seeds of the Dread ful Scourge and tUe Dominion Jov erument Criminally Creljs lu Permitting It to Spread. The II nnjry Are After a Chance at the 1'uMlo Crib In Great Numbers A X'cmr Tear's 't Has Made Ihfin Deliberate. Ottawa, Oxt., November 2S. There no ionger remains any doubt that the peels of that dreadful scourge, leprosy, which has been so much feared in B.itish Columbia, tas, through wantou carclea?nest, amount, iajr to criminal neglect, been eown to an ex lent that the efforts of a generation will not eradicate it. Senator Mclnnes, M. D., from British Columbia, states that out of the total Indian population of tne province, which ho placed at 40.0CO, he believes that there will not be 5,000 living in a quarter of a century as n result of tho leprosy. The Columbia authorities hive for sereral years been offi cially informed of the presence of the Chi nesa lepers, but took little or no action against them, fearing that the agitation ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 December 1888

THE HERALD. PHIJLLIPSBURG. KANSAS. mow Yorj OFFIGIAL GOUKTY PAPER. E. F. KOUN.s. R.A. DAGUE. KORI7S & DAGTJE. puijljshers and proprietors. Fbi day, December, 14th, 1SSS. The Logan county Republican suggests Hon. E. J. Turner for U. S. senator in the event of one of our present senators going into the cabi net. He would till the bill. W. IL Nelson has been in Phil lipsburg for some time, helping , the treasurer to take the kinks out of his books. If anybody can straighten out tho books and'deavo them correct, Bill can do it.- -Cedarville Globe. Tho State Bank building at Pkillipsburg, just now being linished is the finest piece of architectural construction in northwest Kansas west of Concordia. It is a magnifi cent affair and sustains the idea that the gentleman of that Commercial in stitution have faith in the outcome of this part of our noble state, Almena Rlaiudeahr. Jas. A. Breakey, of Freedom township who is a good practical far nier as well as a successful school teacher a...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 December 1888

FOR FINE ?HOTOG 1888 RAPHS TIN TYPES, FRAMES AND TRI Tv.,TT-TTTxTACi rn, rnrr OKER'S GALLERY ON THE WESTSIDE 1888 AT 8 iU YOU klMUW If SOLE AGESfT FOR THE CELEBRATED SIL YE R - PIATE D WARE THAT- ll I l V V - -ii J. C. & E. S. LATSBAUGH, iire selling: ciotnms:, ishing go.ods 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. LA TSBA UGH, West Side Square. Exclusive Clothiers. HEAL 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, the place. Collections promptly attended to C. TWITCHELL, Office with Bisnell, up-ctair, s. V. Cor. Square. THE HERALD. i I'HILLIPSBURG. KANSAS ' Picture frames, in elegant styles at S. S. Fisher & Go's. Get your engraving done by Pyles the jeweler. You caa pet fresh fish every Fri day at L. E. Nijips' meat market. IZocky Mountain Diamonds at PYLES, the Jeweler. Money on fa...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 December 1888

THE RUSSIAN RELIGION. IT 1'AILS TO 1'KmiOTi: hOlilllliTY ASU JIOiIAUlY. Tlif NcKlity :r.il l.'i';it-r Clares N'otori oim'.y Criui)t ICusia ;i Vast Military Guard 1 !i Murf of AVliii h S-ol!K-r -Vi e JMutle 'Hie Car'a Hotly-Gurd. BY WILLIAM ELEJiOT CUI.TIS. Th: ltusian ie"i-ion does not s-etni to have much fi.-ct ui on the moials of the peo v. The- tipj cr !aNS-.s, thj court, at;d tho nobility tun rotoiiously pioliiijate, curiu:.t, uiiJ diuOi.ust. 'lh- thistity of mou.cu i: i.oi lespoctcd, nor tLc Lonor of men. The oiiiciuls of the Iiusian Em pire have lt-iu nctci for taking bribes as far back as tradition 1 mis, while the mere-hunts, us I have said elsewhere, have the reputatio i of using sharp practice when ever they think it will succeed. Anions the lnujiks the conditions are about the same. Drunkenness, dishonesty, and all forms of depravity arc the rule, not the exception. I met in l'ur is a Kussian noble with an ancient title and a thoiough A GLASS OF know lodge of the world, w...

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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 December 1888

COKOE3 LAND TJX THEORY. "7Len Dr. McGlyn vrsa in Topeka lie Las died the land tax echeraa of Henry Ga-orga in a very pleasing manne?. TLe irctlx ia that tiia doctor i3 a good Js tnxer and haa the power to make black to eppear white and vice-versa. As VT3 xinierstand Mr. George end the doo tor, they advocate the taxation of lan3, tnd not taxing personal proj erty, E3 a redely for existing eocial evils, sod to prevent the manipulation of land end the individual control of na.tio&l o! Hce holders. To the extent that Mr. George Eetk3 betterment of social conditions, a more equitabla dietribntion of wealth and increased eecurity to the mo&trato property holier, we are with him heart ily fcnd cincerely, but we fail to see how by the taxation of land values only the aforesaid much dearred end can be prac tically Ett.iined. To tax land to its full rental value would be tantamount to confiscation. To obtain all needed revenue from land would be to tax it to ita prasent fall rental va...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 December 1888

THE HERALD, PIIILLIPSBUKG . . . KANSAS. Phillipsburg and Phillips County In Brief. Phillip burg, the couuty seat of Phillips County, is located in the geographical ceuter of eaid county ; is 2Q miles wet of Atchison and 135 milea east of Colorado line; is beauti fully located; is on the main line of the C. K. & N. (Hock-Maud) now finished to Colorado Springs, Colorado. It is both a freight and pascentrcr division and the shops and round house of said road are located here. Jhillips Couiitv is, accrdin to agricultural reports, the second best county in Kansas on prain per acre j it is in the northern tier of counties, is wed watered by 24 living streams; its soil is nnsur passel; It has plenty of Rood building stone and considerable timber. Only one sixth of its lands are yet in cultivation : it is 30 miles square and has 15,000 inhabitants. It is a uood county to come to. For full particulars of the advantages offered the emigrant in Phillipsbursr and 1'hill.ps county, write for...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 December 1888

jxoagers ouver iiate ware. thereon the stamp to-wit: Eoekfor S. I expGIlS y rj i PHILLIPSBEBG, KANSAS, FRIDAY, DEC. 14th, 1888. J i- 'J r v: X M !. The Northwest Kansas Teachers Association. The X. W. K. Teachers' Associa tion, composed of the teachers of Os borne, Jewell, Cloud, Phillips, Smith. Ottawa, Saline, Hooks and Mitchell counties, met in Beloit Nov. 20 to Dec. 1. Alxmt 300 teachers were present. Our space is too limited to permit of an extended account of this interest ing convention. . We notice that Prof. T. J. Loar of this place took an ac tive part, lie was appointed to the committee on newspapers and partic ipated in several oral discussions. Anions other resolutions adopted are the following important ones: Resolved, That it is the sense of this association that the basis of in struction should be more Normal, and that the state board be asked to re vise the course of study in compli ance with that decision. Resolved, That we request the state legislature to enact a ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 December 1888

TO THELr THAT TTX233r G-O POE"W-AHID. VOL. XI. NO 8. PHILLIPSBURG-, KANSAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2l, 1888. $1.50 iit advaistc: T : : : : : : : : ' ; TTTTT TTTTTttl r .'l!"hh. THE HERALD. PfULLiPSBOEG, - KANSAS ESTABLISHED IN 1S77. fix ollit paper la Northwestern Kansas. TERMS: One year jx month.. f. Qa fl.M .75 EOEKS ft DVQCH PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. CLUBBINQ RATES, W will end the following named papers club bed with the IIsbalu at the following rate. To vil yourselves pf therp low term you munt pay (or bgth paper a year In advance. The nam-- of pthei paper will be addod from time to time. The Scientific American and Hbpai.d .1 , - 5 00 TQnckaC'sijiulHjQiampnweaUUHndlli'HAi.u. ) m I'Qleao. maaa Inter-ucean Leavenworth, Tiuitss Si. Joeph (Mo.) Humid bcani-as City Journal Ijew Yorlf Worlij liew York Prem ..'--- 2 2 as 3 15 4:05 p. m. Q:05 a. iu. Tim trulna ou the Mlonourl P-aclilc JtaJlrod r rl at Marvin a follow; OOIXQ 3 AST. P.ontur..,, ., ,, yrelgtit 00ING WEST. PaKneuger 10:41 a. m...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 December 1888

PffllUPSBCRfl HERALD. TIIILLIPSBUnG, KANSAS. The United States frovernment i3 fitting oat a caval force to send to Hayti to compel the surrender of an American ship which has Letn seized by the liaytien authorities. 1 he committee appointed by the Society of Cumberland to have charge of the erec tion of a statue to General Phillip II. Sher idan has jast had a meeting in Chicago. Twenty of the business men of Coldwater, Kan., went into the Indian territory for a Lut and it ia said that the party baa been cap'nred r-eer Fort Supply and are to be eent to Wichita as prisoners. The "White Caps" are snsrected of firing the county court house at Georgetown, O., tor the purpose of der-troyinT evidence ira pared for the grand jury. Caban anarchists sent an infernal ma chine in the form of a tine writing desk to the criminal jude of the district of La Cathedial atd r.i wife and daughter were both hurt when thsy opened it. A fight with "Winchester rifles has occur red at Bevier, Mo., in which ...

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