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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 December 1888

-J lx RIILEOAO QUESTION OF TOE nous. No one questions that tb.3 intent of congress in framing the interstate com ma: ca law waa a good one. There were great abuses in railroad management Capita!, organizsd and combined in frreat railroad sjBtems, tinder the con trol of a few men, was, in many instan ces being used illegitimately, and in ecme instances the interests of was aware of it, of the various almoet disastrously to the people. Congress and alter some study railway problems, very ehort considerin c their magnitude, commerce law to framed the interstate correct the evils existing. It might have been expscted that the law would have many detects. To estab lish rules and regulations governing the whole railway mileage of the United States, matters which the combined rail way intelligence of the country had at tempted in one way and another hun dreds of times, and failed, was a task even greater than Ilerculanean. Time b.R3 proven that the law has moet serious defects in many sect...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 December 1888

THE HERALD. I'lIILLIPSBUKG. KANSAS. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. E. F. KOliNS. R. A. DAGUE. KOENS & DAGUE. PUBLISHERS AMD PROPRIETORS. Friday, December, 21st, 1SS8. A MERRY "CHRISTMAS. Next Tuesday is Christmas. In every civilized land in the world that day will be a holiday. There will be happy greeting's and joyous gather ings in numberless cities, towns and villages all around the globe. It will bo a happy day for the children whose parent and friends have the ability to contribute to the little folks enjoyment. It is peculiarly the "childrens day." Christmas is ob served as a holiday to commemorate the birth of Him who blessed the children and who said, "suffer little children to come unto me, and forbid them not, for of such is the kinfdom of heaven." We believe in Christ mas. Let the children be made hap py, and while we contribute to the en joyment of our own children and those of our immediate friends and ac.-juaintence.s, let us not forget the little orphans, and those whom S...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 December 1888

FOR FINE PHOTOG RAPES TIN TYPES J FRAMES AND TRlMMINGS4GO TO TUjCKERS G-AEEERlf ON T RE Y7E S T SIDI 1888 ir , .888 T N i A '7 J SOLE AGENT FOR THE CELEBRATED ROCKFORD SILVER-PLATED WARE.heee- -THAT- ; C i -1 J. O. & E. S. L AT SB AU GH, 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. . - w i v n- - HEAL ESTATE. HEAL ESTATE. MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES On farm or city property. No delay. Principal payable anytime after 1 year I have also a full line of Rodgers Silver Plate ware. A fine line of Clock Novelties, Antique, Oak, Wall blocks with Cathredral wall bell. A large line of Gold ant! Steel Spectacles, The only set of instruments for testing eyes in this part of the county. If you want to sell, exchange, or buy, farm or city xjroperty, mv office is the place. Collections promptly attended to C...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 December 1888

E M rE It 0 11 ALE X AX 1)E 1?. ?THK IiO.MK.STIC Ln-'E.OF Ol' KUS.SIA. THIS czai: "ttoin I'also Iiu; rendons Corrected Not So li ail a 31 a ii u-i Ha Is I'iutfil Not a Coward, liut Keckles-A Story Illus trating Ilia Courage. BY WILLIAM ELEBOI CL'HTIS. The readers of English newspapers, which 'pdbli.sli tho largest amount ol information from ltussia and the most unreliable, have been tuhl again and again that the Czar is a lire; coward, is. drunkard, a man of ungov ernable temper, a libertine, and combines all the faults and follies of his predecessors on the throne, many of whom were mo.-.t disreputable persons. Only the other day I Baw an account in an English paper which has a character for accuracy that the Czar had shot nn officer of his household dead in his tracks for some trivial offense. At the time the announcement was published the oilleer referred to was in lvtcrsburg. as well as ever, and had not even seen the Czar or been seen by him for more than two months. There was ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 December 1888

! 1112 CLQ BUCKET. How hid to my lieiirt aro the memories of chll.1 hood, Wlft t paseiisg reflections present them to view, TLocuji-iGf raUiU tliat. when I lmJ been wild, wou;d lJor:cfnd on hit back in a lively tattoo. Tiio w ui-!-itr.ti.iiug vooi-iilo, the ax tliat stood by i:. The torture tiuiso caused me no liiigtiuse cea Ull : Av.il, oh, how I talo as in fancy I spy it, Iba tucket on wasli Jay I buro to tie well. 1ho paint-covered bucket, tho bEi3-rope-boiEd bucket, L 11o old broken bucket I bore to tbe well. -3 1 Tho bony old horse and the wreck it dragged aiter, Tho (;uu.int village Echool house that stood neur the hill, Tho chuivh where our features, distorted with laiii-'titor We could not suppress, I can picture them still. Tho motley attendance of overgrown children Who rv.Uiod at school to the sound of the bell But, oh ! the do?p cup of my anguish was filled when The bucket ".n wash day, I bore to the well. Tho wire-hijid!ed bucket, the lop-aided bucket, Tho old broken bu...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 December 1888

THE HERALD, PllILLirSBURG. .KANSAS. Philllpsburg and Phillips County In Brief. Piiiliipsliur, the county peat of Phillips Count-, it- liK-aud in the gL'Druhical center of puid county ; is jO "mile weft of Atchison an.l li.'i miles cant of Colorado line: is beauti fully loitited; ia on the main line of the C K. jt N. (Hoek-l-lund) now finished to Colorado Spring, Colomdo. It i both a freight and puepe Hirer divicion and the thoprs and roaud houee of aid rond are located here. Phillips County in, accardini? to agricultural reports, the cecond bei't county In Kaunas on grain per acre ; it is In the northern tier of counties. Is well watered by living streams; its soil is nnsur puese i; it has plenty of t;ood building Hone and considerable timber. Only one sixth of its lands sre yet in cultivation : it is ;0 miles square and has PS.Och) inhabitants. It is a eood county to come to. For full particulars of the advantages offered the emigrant .in Vhiilipsbnrs and Phillips county, write for...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 December 1888

s-zec rro the:j: th-at rrmnir g-o oj3.-w-ezjd- VOL. XI. NO 9. THE HERALD. .llLLiPSBCl'.G, - KANSAS - ESTABLISHED IN 1877 Tho oMnt pitT in Northwestern Kumaa TIRLIS: Omyenr bix months .75 IC F. KOE.NS tt. A. DAGUK. K.OUN3 4 D VGUE. PUBL! HERS AND PROPRIETORS. CLUBBING RATES, We will pend the follow ing mimed paper e!il- ld with the Ueiialo at the following rate, avail yourHelve of tbei'e low term von mus i'o t 1)!1V for both paper a yenr in advance. The nan ICS of other paper wtll be added from lime to time The Scientific American und Hk.ua 1. 1 Topeka C'upital-C'oiumonwealth and IIeuai.d Toledo Blade " . , Inter-Ocean " . , Leavcnw ortli Times 14 " .. Ht. Joxeph ( Mo. ) Herald " ' . Kaiif.iK ( "ity .Journal " " .. New Yoik World . Jfew York l'reed " ., 4 00 i :r 4 lit) TIM . The train1' on the Missouri I'uciiic ItailroJ , rive at Marvin as follows: (iOING EA.VF. 1' as fencer. .. Krciijtii 4:o.j p. 0:05 a. GOING WEST. Passenger Freight ... 10:11 a 3:50 ii. C. K. &. N. TIME CARD. ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 December 1888

PfflLlIPSBURfl I1ERALD. pniLLirsBURG, KANSAS. Ferry Belmont has been confirmed aa minister to Spain. B. P. Hutchinson, the Chicago gram cornerer, is seriously sick. Six Main street business houses in Pratt, Kan., have burned with no ealvage. A company is being organized at Atchi son for the manufacture of vitrified brick, torra cotta and eewer pipe. The Chicago anarchists have retained counsel and will give the courts a chance to pass upon their rights to hold publio meet ings. The New York Press claims t know that Jame6 G. Blaine haa been offered end has accepted the chief place in Pre&idunt Har rison's cabinet. John Bright is worse again. Smugglers of opium and silks from China ere very busily plying t-.eir work in the northwest. Dr. James S;ott, author of the Scott liquor law of Oliio, died at hia home in Le banaon, aged 73. Diphtheria is raging among children in several towns of ew Mexico in the region of Albuquerque. They all die. Terrible storms have been raging in the dep...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 December 1888

Of Generosity and Thrift. Ik 13 easy to win a reputation for generosity. Yot have only to give "waiters, railway porter.-, cabmen and crossing-sweepers a sl.iiling where any body else would give a sixpence; to make a good many presents of trifling value, and chieiy to persons from whom you ho e to ct something in re turn, and to take care the fame of these magnanimous actions shall Le well bruited abroad and your character as a generous, whole-souled being is estab lished. It is Vi-ry noble to ba liberal, 1 ut not at other people's exjeas.'. The old copy-book maxim is a very touud one: "lie just before you are generous." If your liberality hinders you from paying what you owe to your butcher or your tailor, you are not just to him; nor, it may be added, are you really generous, but only lavish. But avoid meannes3 and stinginess. Give away as much as you pleasa, the more the better, always provided that nobody but yourself sailers by your giving, and the person benefited ly it is wor...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 December 1888

THE HERALD. PHILLIPSBUPvG. - KANSAS. OFFICIAL GOUNTY PAPER. E.F. KOUNS. - R. A..DAGUE. KORNS & DAGUE. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. Fkiday, December, 2Sth, 18S8. Colby is making an endeavor to capture the Oberlin Land Office. The sugar question is exciting con siderable discussion among the peo ple. The Legislature meets on the" Slh' of January. Gov. Martin's term ex pires on the 14th. It is stated that General Harrison's father-in-law is a !?1,200 clerk in Washington. lie is 89 years old. At Ness City the business men have agreed upon issuing !?C0,000 to $75, 000 in bonds to build a sugar factory. Only three persons were killed and ten injured on the Central Branch during the year ending June 30, 188S. A woman living in Russia, always a strict teetotaller, recentlj' celebrated her one hundred and fortieth birth day. The yellow fever has abated .. in Jacksonville, Fla., and refugees are pouring into that city from the coun try around by the hundreds. Congressman J ames Laird of Ha...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 December 1888

FOR FINE'PHOTO G- RAPHS TIN- TYPES, FBMES TRI I MMINGS,GOTOTU j CKER'S GALLERY ON THESIBe 1888 1888 r r -v V u li V V OFFB3 A J ' V J- ,L : ' ) -THAT- J. C. & E. S. LATSBAUG-H, 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. HEAL ESTATE. MONEY TO LOAN On farm or city property. Xo delay. If you want to sell, exchange, or buy, farm or city property, my office the place. Collections promptly attended to Office with Uiuccll, up-ftair, V. Cor. Square. THE HERALD. t'HILLIPSUURG. KANSAS Fresh groceries at Polings. A tine assortment of flannel shirts at the Chicago Fair. You caa pet fresh fish every Fri day at L. E. Nipps' meat market Money on farms at 7 per cent at C. Twitchell's. Woolen socks 2 pairs for 25 cents at the Chicago Fair. E. A. Page beats them all for a good lunch. Call and see. Canton flanne...

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 December 1888

TOPICS OF THE TIMES. A Clioice Selection of Inter c sting Iter? 3. Zi.kdi DitCMiroxD, the American girl who had to leave her titled English husband on account of Lad treatment, is trying to secure $'.03,000 which belongs to lier and her young daughter. A stick of timber 151 feet long and twenty inches square, believed to be the largest piece ever turned out from any saw mill, has been sent from Pnget Sound to an exhibition in San Fran cisco. Mrs. Harkiet Lane Johnson, who presided over the domestic affairs of the "White House during Buchanan's administration, has taken possession of a house in Vashington and will sp?nd the v inter there. "Plkase don't swear" is printed en a card f-tuck up over the ticket hole in the -window of one of the Sitth ave nue (New York) elevated stations. It reminds the passengers of a sign on ai organ in a Western chnr.h : "Please don't shojt 'the organist; he's doing the best he can." Tun Prefect of Paris has i-jsuel an order forbidd'ng newsboys to cry an...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 December 1888

MOTUKK'S EVES. WVI1 my buby, how di vou f.nJ i'his t-'rt-at, rouu l world la it very IdnJ To a wee. bin;ill r lioi like you? Is it vt-ry liu-t-'H' Have you found tlmt out? Is there i-it-nty of fun to lauh ulut? Aro tht-ro plt-ctv of things to iio ! Is it vt-ry iitu-U if you nit down fast? la it v.-ry dark it you're hurried iu.at A lijOst, tuiiasic toy V Is it vt-ry ooit ou motlit-r's breast? la it very sweet "wLuu lulled to rent, A bieepv, bubv Ijoj? Doert it often rain when things RO wrens? loes it often trill a riotnl of tsoiif- V Is it often heavy -when the say ia loug? la it liarry. nl sorry. And grave and fay Jutit a.- you liud it Every day ? The baby oj enel Ida preat brown eyes. He l;oked llie over with bad surj""i Where have you been these lnuuy days, lhat you're only learning a baby'w wttys? Vou 'J better go back to your ink and your book, To your old stiff ways and your crown-up looks A baby's a baby the whulo world through. There's nothing else 1 can tell to you. CAud, wh...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 December 1888

1) H , ..KANSAS. PhlinpstDurs and Phillips County In IZrlef. rbilMpiiljur, Ihe couiity rcat of PUiliips County, U located iu the peo.:rapbiLat center of said eoouty ; is miic-i rrj of Atchiaon anft 131 mile. euut of Colorado line; is htatiti fu!'y lovKtcti; i on the main line Cf the C. K. m N. (ItorW-lrlund ( now finished to CoioruJo S-prini", Colorado. It in both a freiirht ami .-eiifr diviriun uid the shops ami round Louse of nid fund are located here. Philips County in, afcerdiug to agricultural report", the fecoiiil lrft county in Kausas oil 'rain pcrwre: it if iu the northern tier of countief, it Weil watered by 24 livid-? Uri-nm; it toil is uiifur pu.Hse i ; it ha jileiity of t?ooil building ctooe and confideralile timner. Only one hiitii of its hu.-Jn re yet lu cultivation : it i u mile square and has 15,01 inhabitants. It is a ic-ioj county to come to. For f ull partieniarn of the adviinta-.;' offered the emigrant in PtiUiipsburi; and Phillips county, write for a e'eoiar iss...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 January 1889

n?o zcizzilj: j?Trr they c-o pokwsid. vol. xi. isro 10. PHLLLIPSBTIKG, KANSAS, FRIDAY, "JANUARY. 4, 1889. THE HERALD. utiJLLJP3BfJRG, - KANSAS ESTABLISHED IN 1S77. ,Thi oMi-et paper in Northweetern KmxbtA. One yer , 8ix months $1.50 .75 r. F. SOHNl n. A. DAQUfc KOENS DGUE. . PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. CLUEBING RATES. Wc will send the following named papers club bed with the Herald at the following rutes. To avail yourselvea of thene low terms you must pay for both papers a year in advance. The names of other papers will be added from time to time. ine Scientific American und Herald $4 00 Topeka Capital-Commonwealth and Herald. 2 (K) Toledo Blade " . . 2 35 " " . . 2 35 " " . . i! OO 4 . . 2 23 " " . . a 25 " . . 2 85 " .. 2 15 Inter-Ocean Leavenworth Times St. Joseph (Mo.; Herald Kansas I'itY Journal New York Vprld New York Press The trains on the Missouri Pacific Ruilrod ar rive at Marvin ad follows: GOING 2 AST. I'nssener. . .. 4:05 p. m. , .. 6:05 a. in. rei GOING WEST. Passenge...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 January 1889

PniLLIFSBURG HERALD. PniLLlPSBURO, KANSAS. The supreme tour; of Uhio has decided J that church property of which the title is Leld by a bishop is exempt from claims against the bisnop as an individual. The garrison at Fort AE&inabonie, six companies or" infantry and three of cavalry have been figLtjng a prairie fire with no cer tainty of aving tue garrison buildings. Ihe commissioners of Phillips coanty, Kansn?, tire determined to fix the responsi bility of the lie published by the Kansas City limes concerning alleged outrages by A hite Caps at Ara. A fire in Cincinnati resulted in the death of Captain Bray, of the tire department, and the serious injury of several firemen by the tailing of a wall upon them, tjoaie of them will likely die. A hGt water pipe exploded in a day coach on the Illinois Central which caused a dan gerous panic among the passengers. Mrs. Ida Fierce, of Tuscola, 111., kept her head and pulledthe bell cord. The giant cak at Woodbridge, Conn, which is twelve...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 January 1889

STATE NEWS. A Janctioa City dispatsh relates the Icsa of cattle by what ia supposed to be the Texas fever. A La Croeso dispatch: F. 33. Smith, of Rash. Center, announces that he will contest the seat of Hon. J. E. Andrews for member cf the legislature from this comity. Wellington Slmdard: A new railroad 13 talked about bttween Wellington and Arkatsas C ity, by the way of Geuda Springs. By the way one ia compelled to travel nowadays it takes a day to reach Arkansas City from here, and this sroad would be a great convenience. A Kinsley dispatch: A company ha3 been organized to work the salt and coal interests cf this section. Geologic in vestigations have demonstrated beyond all doubt that Edwards county is rich in both salt and coal. "Word has come from Boston that Kinsley wilJ be made the end of a division of the Santa Fe road in the early spring. Liberal Chronicle of middle o? De cember: Sunday was one of the meet beautiful days we ever experienced. Oar townsmen were about in their...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 January 1889

THE HERALD. PlII-LLilPSBURG. - KANSAS. OFFICIAL GOUNTY PAPER. E. F. KORNS. R. A. I) AGUE. KORNS & DAGUE. publishers and- proprietors. Friday, January 1th, 1SS9. Phillipsburg' to Have Railroad. Another The Kansas City Daily News says that it is understood in that city that "the Rock Island has purchased the Santa Fe branch from Minneapolis to Barnard and will extend it to Phil lipsburg." Those who are best in formed of the intentions of the Rock Island have for the past year, stated privately that the Kansas City and Topeka branch of the Rock Island would form a junction at this place with the main line, thus materially shortening the distance from Denver to Kansas City. The construction of a branch from Phillipsburg in a southeasterly direction to Barnard, a distance of about ninety miles, would make the cut-off to Kansas City above mentioned. Of course this gap will be filled next summer. To those who are not already familiar with the sit nation wo will say, that Phillipsburg i...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 January 1889

FOR FINE PHOTOG 1888 DO Y m -THAT- 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. LA TSBA UGH, West Side square. Exclusive Clothiers. HEAL ESTATE. MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES On farm or city property. No delay. Principal payable any time after 1 year If you want to sell, exchange, or bur, farm or city property, my office is the place. Collections promptly attended to Office with Bieiell, np-etaire, &. W. Cor. Square. THE HERALD. r'HIIiLirSBURG. KANSAS Fresh groceries at Polings. Bargains at the Chicago Fair. -You caa get fresh fish every Fri day at Jj. E. Nipps' meat market. Subscribe for the Herald, the oldest paper in Phillipsburg. Farmers buy salt of Winship $1.75 per barrel. 10-2t. E. A. Page beats them all for a good lunch. Call and see, Bargains at the Chicago Fair. For a. complete and accurate ab stract, ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 January 1889

TOPICS OF THE TIMES A Clioica Selection of Inter esting Items. . YEr.f'N.v Baldwin, who shot tho Cal ifornia millioiiairej of that name and wrung $50,000 from him in compromise of her suit for breach of promise, now wants her attorney in that case dis barr. d for accepting bribes, and threat ens to sue for bigamy the rancher she married. Gex. BrTLEa grows stouter every year, and he is unable to -walk any considerable distance -without feeling exhausted. But if his body is failing, his mind i3 not, and his friends and brother attorneys say he is as able an advocate and as formidable an oj)po nent as ever. A colored man "was hanged the other day at Marlin, Texa, but the punishment was in-significant when compared with the treatment he re ceived at the hands "of the newspapers. Tor instance, one paper headed a de scription of the execution "A Midair Dance," and another described him as having been "Jerked to Eternitv." Old coins are now much used in the manufacture of jewelry. They are...

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