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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 January 1889

r-9 form cf certificate embodied in the law tat e&me fact, 'lhe LejriiJatarB, however, net- i---rwxi iaj us a-io an j provision lor tne payment of tlia interefct, and early last spring the btata oiH cn were confronted with this embaTasament. 1 he hUits Treasurer, after correspondence with ti Fiscal Atfeiit tt New York, finally made ar ranemenU for the money necessary to pay the rcnpona falling due Joiy 1st, 16m, all the State oiaoera signing a peronal note for fourteen thousand dollars (14,6u0), bearing interest at four cent per acntun, aud payable on the Slat of Jannari, itol. Ine titan's Fiscal Atfent holds the coupons paid, a aecniity for the note. Tee action ihna taJten waa neceeaary to protect tie credit and good name of the fckata: and it is im portant that an appropriation be made, at once, tor paying the coupons, and relieving the signers or this note of the responsibility they aaanmed. The next installment of interest on the Quan tri daim certificates is payable on trie...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 January 1889

I3st Sat; i??fe,f? 11 THE HERALD. PHILLIPSBUHG. - KANSAS. " OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. E. F. KORXS. It. A. DAGUE. KOKNS & DAGUE. PL'UUSHEKS AND PROPRIETORS. Friday, January 25th, 1SS9. Senator Plumb is 52 years of age, and was born in Ohio. He came to Kansas in 185G. His re-election to the U. S. Senato is a just tribute to a worthy man. Some people are f nch llara that you have to re Yerfe what they ay to get at the truth Dispatch. Does the Dispatch man refer to what he says about the county print ing or what he told an officer of the Phillipsburg post about G. A. It. money left in his safe, or both. The friends of Col. Wm. Christy, of Phoenix, Arizona, will, in due time, present his name to President Harri son as a suitablo person to be gov ernor of'thut territory, and they will press his appointment. Wo hope he may secure the position. We have known him intimately for nearly 25 years. He was a gallant oflicer in the Union army and was badly wounded and rendered unlit for manual la...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 January 1889

FOR FINE PHOTOG ' 1 -ilm BOOM! P he Bombardment High Prices Knocked Endwise and Real Values Annihilated. In order to reduce stock we will until March 1st make reductions on Men and Boys' Overcoats, heavy suits, underwear, gloves, mittens, caps, and all heavy goods. Mens' California and Saranac Buck G-loves $1.00, former price $1.50. Our goods are all marked in plain selling fig ures, which will prove that our re ductions are genuine. Bargains in a few Boots and Remember this sale only last until March 1st. Call and get prices. . C. S' E. S. LATSBAUGH. WestnSide square. THE HERALD. t'liiiiLiPrfBuna. KANSAS Fresh groceries at Polings. Bargains at the Chicago Fair. You caa get fresh lish every Fri day at L. E. Nipps' meat market. Lots of to loan by Bissell & Twitchell. Ladies' hose 3 pair for 2o cents at tho Chicago Fair. Subscribe for tho Herald, the oldest paper in Philhpsburg. E. A. Page beats them all for a good lunch. Call and see. Bargains at the Chicago Fair. For a. complete...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 January 1889

HIKAH HAYEK'S 03 I1USIC. 1)1 LAP.iiY LINNET. Tildy, Tse're a gettin' stylish, aa' I swar it seems to ma Thetwt) ain't a bit more comfo'tacle than we U06J tO be. Yit ain't as b:ul aa toma on 'om who p'xnt that- iiO jes bii?h. An' vbo a:r ao luiUly stuck-up thet they paa3 a. neighbor by. Thar'e tho Hulks, for tntince, Tildy, who hev bought tho s-aniiora lLticd, Kow ateliin' ail thd noihucrs that they think it & disgrace Thet a fcin iy like the Hayricks should be counted in tiiar sot, An' thet Hiram was the saed'est lookin' gransr thc-y Lei raec. J passin" t'other inornin an' I overheard 1L SflJJ. An' I hed a b:.lf a mind to tarn an' punch ole Hubia'a he.uil Tildy, 'twant thet I was skeered of 'iaa, bat de cency aaia no, fto pertendin' thet I hadn't heerd, I let the var mint fo. 55at what I was goiu' to tell ye was about his darter Jane, , Vho hea yot a bis pioner an' is jest a raisin Cam. fht was thumjiin' it an' howlin' jest as loud aa Bhe knoe 1 now tfark. ye, Tilly, don't ye he...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 January 1889

4 STATE NEWS. i Jewell City Tlepcblican : A petition circulated tliia week askiag the legisla ture for s geological survey. CooliJse Times: iliaa Edith Oleott, cf Coolidge Kansas, is th9 youngest member of. the Older of the Eastern Star in America. Being ten years of age rwhen the first degree was conferred up 'on her. Chetopa Democrat; Oar citizens are divided on the question of opening the territory to white settlement. "We be lieve this is the only town on the border where the subject of opening this country will find an opponent. Bluff City Herald: We are indebted to TJ. V. McCain for a fine, large water melon which was served for dinner at the Chillocco New Years day. It would be pretty late for melons in some coun tries, but not much out of season here. Cunningham Herald : The creamery project, which haa been under consider ation among several of our enterprising citizens for some time past, is bound to fce a success. A first-class creamery nan has signified his willingness to...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 January 1889

fc; "'tr '-'fif iri""w ilT"liii THE rilILLIPS3UKG. HERALD, KANSAS. Commissioners Proceedings. Continued from Last Week.' SrtUee d c fees Wiemnan vs Phillips Co 2 HO C i) Hentti KtierilT " " 2 a J M Saiice d c fees TreufeS ' B 00 t5 J Hartman co clerk " 50 D Heath fcheritr " " .. .. 2 05 IS 1' Mctiuire sheriff " 75 Fred Veeh witnefi " " 2 00 Auir Dusin witness " " . .. 3 00 L Mopicrwitiiefs " 3 10 W 11 Hubert witut-69 " ." 150 J M Saliiedcfft-s Dusin " .... 7 H) C 1 Jieatli BlieritT " " 2i) O M McU aire sheriff " " .... 175 II liot.in-on wit " " 4 bO (ieoWiNuwtonwit " " 4 80 W C Randolph " " 5 CO Alonzo Woodward wit " " 3 50 atil Newton wit " " 4 40 "W 1$ Stubert wit " " 150 S J Hurt man to clerk " " 50 J M bailee d c fees Farther " 7 Nl S J Hart man co clerk " " 50 K I McGuire sheriff " " 4 55 Miill Townsley sheriff " " 2 65 Jacob Putnam wit " " 2 20 Mike Hooney wit " ' 2 10 J M Carey witness " " 2 30 W I) Clark wit " " 2 50 W H Stubert wit " " 1 50 J M bailee d c fees Manze " 7 00 ...

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

speae: to txhie: uz tha.' 'HSY GO 2POI2,-VTZD. VOL. XI. NO 14. THE HERALD. IILLJFSBURQ, - KANSAS ESTABLISHED IN 1377. rh oldest paper la Northwestern Khnwia, One year $1.50 Sii montha 75 K. F. CORNS K. A. DAOCK. KOKN3 4 D VGUE, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. - n ; . "V '. 7"TTT--- MT."1 TIMS T'Ji.SXiS. The trains on the Mipaonri Pacific Kailrod ar rive at Marvin as follows: GOING ZAST. f'aener 4:05 p. m. Freight 6:05 a. m. GOING WEST. I'uHscnger 10:41 a, m. Freight 3:W p. m. C K. &. N. TIME CARD. GOING EAST. No. 14 Paeieni;er 7:.'i0a. m. No. 16 r'aseiiL'er 7:15 p. in. No. 4i Local Freight 3:10 a. ni. GOING WEST. No. 13 Paceiemcer 9:20 p. m, 15 Exprera 8:30 a. m. " 41 Local Freight 7:30'. m. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. WALLACE, LI. LX, Physician and Surgeon. Fpocinl nttent ion given to the discuses of wo m ii. Office south aide pnblio quare, I'iilt IpobuiETi Khiiiii. A. B. HOUCK, M. D.. Eclectic Physician. Office ft G. W. Bickford'n Droit Btorn, north Pctilio fiquajv, Phillipeburg, KaPHa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 February 1889

rniLLirsBURG herald. 'pimxrpssTnia, KANSAS. FIRST MESSSAGE OX Hyman II. Humphrey, Governor, to the legislature of Euim Delivered January 1839, in tbe Senate Chamber. To the Legislature: The provisions of the constitution fix the sec ond Monday ia January aa the commencement of the executive term, and the second Tuesday In January as the day oa "which the Legislature 6 hall convene in regular session; contemplating that the two events ehall al-aaya occur on con Been Live days, By reason of an exceptional and uuforseea condition of things, the order of the dates thus fixed has this year been reversed, and yoa have been ia session six days. The dnty also enjoined by the Constitution upon the Ex ecative at the commencement of each session, to communicate information and recommend each measures as he may deem expedient, has been performed by my immediate predecessor, whose term expired bot yesterday. Sach an event has not occurred before under like conditions in the State's history. The ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 February 1889

chase real estate in Kansas; bat it w&s found that nay leifalatiuii discriminating against aliens in tliat respect wk pxi.reshiy forbidded by section 17 of tho liill of Kiht3. Senate joint resolution No. 8 ea tli(?r upoa ottered and ptu-aad both houses, subnji'tinm to th9 ieople a proposition amendatory of f-aid section, by rttmovina such rt'-fitriet'on. That amendment having been adopted at the Lte election, tha letdblation there by contemplated tho aid be enacted at cnce. anxisa laws. A serious disMter occurred recantly ia a coal mine at i'routenac, Crawford county, whereby nearly a half hundred men at work in the mine lout their lives in a most shocking manner, through an explosion, the precise cause or nature of which seennj to be a matter of dispute and great difference of opinion, even among disinter ested atd well informed persons, lleeret and sympathy are universal over the sad event; and without reference here to the disputed question of immediate teepoaaibilitr, attent...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 February 1889

BISSELL & TWITCHELL'S OFFICE IS THE HERALD. Pill I.LI P.SBUKG. KANSAS. E. F. 1CORNS. 11. A. D AGUE. KIORTS s DAGTJE. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. Friday, February 1st, 18S9. The papers say that Blaine, Alli son, Alger and "Wanamaker will go into the cabinet. It is pretty certain that James G. Blaine will be invited by President Harrison to become Secretary of State "and Senator Allison Secretary of the Treasury. Superior Journal: "Our dear sis ter," said the Wichita pastor, "has gone to a better land that is, if there be anv better laud than can be found right here in the Arkansas bot toms." Mr. Duvall, of Norton, has intro dueed a bill which creates a judicial district out of the counties of Phillips, Norton, Decatur, Ft awl ins and Chey enne. This looks as though Norton county, too, thinks the shoestring plan the best. Colby Tribune. The lower house of the Pennsyl vania legislature has passed the joint resolution proposing a prohibitory amendment to the constitution, on third r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 February 1889

est IE2a,tos cn noznieT - Wirt, r JL1N L, mUTUli OJVl! f? n ft n lie Bombardment High Prices Knocked Endwise and Real Values Annihilated. In order to reduce stock we will until March 1st make reductions on Men and Boys' Overcoats, heavy suits, underwear, gloves, mittens, caps, and all heavy goods. Mens' California and Saranac Buck G-loves $1.00, former price $1.50. Our goods are all marked in plain selling fig ures, -which will prove that our re ductions are genuine. Bargains in a few Boots and Shoes, to close them out. Remember this sale only last until March 1st. Call and get-prices. J. a E. S. LATSBAUGIL West Side square. THE HERALD. HIJ,LIPSBUItG. - KANSAS Fresh groceries at Polings. Bargains at the Chicago Fair. You caa get fresh fish every Fri day at Jj. E. Nipps' meat market. Ladies' hose 3 pair for 25 cents ut the Chicago Fair. Subscribe for the Herald, the oldest paper in Philhpsburg. ;"I got these boots at a bargain at Latsbaugh's." E. A. Pago beats them all for a good lun...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 February 1889

BAYARD SHIFTS Responsibility onto the Senate Says the State Department hui Cone to the Extreme Limit of Its Discretion la Trying to Adjust, Eamota Affairs In a Dignified and Honor- Able Manner Tne Protocol Signed by the Three Powers Strict ly Confidential. Baltimore, Ud., January 23. The Sun Washington special says: "Secretary Bay ard states that the state department has gone to the extreme limit of its discretion in trying to arrange the trouble over the Samoan inlands in a dignified and honor able manner. The senate has been fur nished with all the correspondence on the subject and it now remains for that body to define the policy of the government in deal ing with the subject farther. Mr. Bayard stated that the commission representing the United States, German and English govern ments, which convened in this city last summer, with a view of adjusting the dif ferences at Samoa, had entered into an agreement to the effect that the protocol should be regarded as confidential, which ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 February 1889

CAPITAL KOiri The registers of deeda of tba fciefc in Topeka end formed a Etata ciatioa. The Cat Sioue contractors' eBsocia tioa of the ilissouri Valley just closed a session in Topeka. The state executive committee of the y. M. C. A., held its regular quarterly cession in Mopeka. The secretary of state has dispensed oi, bJ m portage stamps to the mem bers of the legislature. The State Medical society held a full meeting, just closed, in Topeka. They uaa a banquet before separating. J. D. Carruthers of Hoi ton. a O. K & N.f freight conductor, met a horrible death by falling between the cars as hia train wa3 crossing the Ivans aa river bridge in this city. His leps -were eeyered from his body. Alter an hour's Buffering he expired. Topeka Journal: Hon. F. P. Baker has gone to Pueblo on important private business. Father Baker departed with a great deal or regret, as by froing he mil be absent for the first time from a meeting of the State Historical society. He was one of the foun...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 February 1889

THE HERALD, PI1ILLIPSBURG KANSAS. The Phillipsburf Branch of the Hock Island. The latest on tlio railroad bulletin is that the Hock Island will soon build on their grads through the south part of this county, (lately pur chased from the Santa Fe.) At a point almost directly south of this city they will leave the old grade, and pass through Bristow, Alton, and thence up Bow Creek Valley to the Phillips county line. "The city of Kirwin and Phillipsburg has raised the money to build the road through Kirwin to a junction with the main line of the Bock Island at Phillips burg," says J. P. Barnard, an active member of the Kirwin board of trade who was in this city last week and was over to the south part of the county examining the old grade. Downs Times. AGRA. Peter Smedley has moved a small house to the lot opposite the post office. J. II. Turner starts this week for Oregon. The small-pox scare has struck our neighboring town but glad to say we here have not become excited. Mr. Barney w...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 February 1889

I p&J j . ITrTT- TT 1 T TT tTm "77" T TTr-. ,.-r y ill1 T I., VOL. XI. HO 15. THE HERALD. PSILIilPSBimO, - KANSAS. r3TA2LIS3ED IN 1SJ7. Tb. oldest paper la NorthwetrnJKaiis. On jtir tlx xaontiiJ.. ......... .......... .7S . . Koixa. b. x. cxarx. KOBNS & DIGUE. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS grkcsa table, The trains on the Missouri PaciSc Railrod ar rive at Marvin as follows : GOINQ 2 AST. Passenger 4:05 p. m. freight 6:05 a. m. GOING WEST. Passenger 10:41 a. m. FreUht 3:50 p.m. C K. &t N. TIME CARD. GOING EAST. No. 14 Passenger 7:30 a. m. No. 10 Passenger 7:15 p. in. No. 42 Local Freight 8:10 a. in. GOING WEST. No. 13;Paesenger 9:20 p. m, " 15 Express 8:30 a. in. " 41 Local Freight . 7:30 a. in. PnOFEGSIOrJAL CARDS. H. WALLACE, 11. r7, Physician and Guroon. ppocikl attention piren to ths diseases of wo men. O3os so-ath aids pabllo square, I'll 1111 p L.u rf, .... Knm. A. B. HOUCK, LI. D., Eclectic Physician. Office at O. W. Blckford's Dru 8tor, norU aid PBblia Bqnsre, Philli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 February 1889

pniLLIPSBURG DEOAID. lLlILLlx'SiJ UliU, KANSAS. Levees have given away above Shreves port, La., and much country is oversowed. Five thousand street car men went out oa a strike in New Yok Riots and mob vio lence ensued. Truoks and furniture waeona were placed on the tracks. The mob lifted a car and left it across the track. In Brook lyn the titration waa even worse and ar rangements were made to call out three companies of troops. Some arrests were made the first day, but the police were over powered at most points. No bloodshed is as yet reported. Chairman Cooley of the interstate com mission f aysthat "the railroad presidents are acting like school boys." Again he Bays that "the violations of the law have got to be stopped." CONOItESSIONAL. Afedaeitiay, 8ENATF. Washington, D. C, January 23. The Pacific railroad funding bill is now on the eenate calendar as unfinished business. Senator Chandler gave notice that ha should ask consideration this week on his .resolutions relative to t...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 February 1889

nuMOi : o rs i i : a g v, .vrns. A false start An elopement. A ser.r.w-iuuvr::; The engine of a EteamsLip. A TIME-TABLE Tlie price list. Pi:offlssor.Y notes classed as paper-waits. A lady invited to a watch dealers' are frequently party sent Ler regrets. Her husband cams. Therk promises to be a $ reat deal of back talk in the plionojTaph, Time never flies so fast a? when you are playing billiards by the hour. They rail it a "duck of a bonnet" because there is so much bill to it. The way for a doctor to become well known is to make his patient wtll. "There are no flies on me," said a stage after the theater burned down. A wise man will never lift a lid olTa hot stove with his lingers more than once. To the youth struggling with an in cipient mustache the darkest hour is just Lefore the "down." "I yv'ill now put on my falls suit," said the guide at Niagara as he pre pared to go under the cataract. All the New York papers are com plaining that our gold is going abroad. It can probably ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 February 1889

BISSELL & TWITCHELLS OFFICS IS THE HERALD. PIIILLIPSBURG. KANSAS. E. F. KORNS. R. A. DAGUE. KOP.NS & DAGUE. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS.- Friday, February 8th, 18S9. Both houses of the Nebraska legis lature have passed a bill providing for the submission to the people of an amendment prohibiting the sale of liquor in that state. Both Houses of the Kansas Legis lature have passed a resolution re commending Senator Plumb to Pres ident Harrison as a suitable man for Secretary of the Treasury. Hon. JJ. L. Smith, Phillips coun ties Representative in the Kansas House of Representatives is dilligent ly at work looking after the interests of his constituency. In the publish ed proceedings of the House we oc casionally see his name mentioned as a participant in the routine work of the body. It is not expected that members will be very prominent their iirst session but "Uncle Dan" has been heard from a few times. It is well known that the noisiest and most talkative members are not al ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 February 1889

1 trn S3 5i fff-T 1 fX" r7""i TltC1.0li'a .22. Office. FOR FINE PHOTOG RAPHS TIN" TYPES J FRAMES AND TRI MMINGS.GO TO TIT CKER'S QALLERY I ON THE WESTSIDE ZHJolO 3est Sextos crn. norxo3r aza-d. n.o " "" " """" MacagqfriftMr- vm- -m-,---. m rMi nr nw M! The Bombardment iff li Prices Knocked Values Annihilated. In order to reduce stock we will until March. 1st make reductions on Men and Boys' Overcoats, heavy suits J unaerwear, gloves, mittens, caps, and all heavy goods. Mens' California and Saranac Buck Gloves $1.00, former price $1.50. 77 i which ivill clnetions are Bargains in a few Boots and K.PmpmhOT tlno cqIq k. S XS ' -L.. . J V J L l J J. .1. .1 k 1 k. J i 1 V Oar goods arcs, are an maritea ni plain selling zrf- 1st. Call and get prices. J. C. E S. LATSBAUGH, West Side Square. THE HERALD. I'llILLIPSBURG. KANSAS Fresh groceries at Polings. You can get fresh hsh every Fri day at L. E. Nipps' meat market. February 12th is the anniversary of tho birth of Abraham Lincoln. T got the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 February 1889

TOPICS OF THE TDIES. A Choice Selection of Inter esting: Items. China has not been without a rebel: lion in some portion cf the empire for 120 years. More than CO per cent, of the adult En gl'sh women, married and unmarried, are working for daily subsistence. One out of every five school children in Philadelphia is obliged to wear glasses, and the proportion is rapidly increasing. Mobile has a $500,000 appropriation for her harbor, and the largest ocean vessels will by and by.be enabled to lie at her wharves. A Paris correspondent says that Zola "is not as bad as he seems." Still the lurid novelist keeps right on seeming bad all the time. M. ie Lesseps, who has just entered upon his 84th year, is in excellent health and seems to lose none of his remarkable physical vigor. "William Ladxe, of, Toledo, who nearly died from exposure in a skiii which was wrecked, is now wearing enow-white hair instead of black. Every school house in Nebraska and Dakota has been supplied with an extra sto...

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