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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 April 1889

THE LITTLE FOLKS. TUe &iider'a AVeb. BT JENNIE S. VAI-I-Er. Ona afternoon 'twas very warm Though pleasant was the breeze. The children played upon the lawn Beneath the maple trees. Papa was busy at hia book W ithin an old arm-chair. And grandma trained a lender vl Uhat needed alt her care. Grandpa was -writing at hia desk Just where he likes to stand. When mother raised her eyes and smiled. Her sewing in her hand. "I wonder, dmra," she laid, "if you With me would like to to, To pick the raspberries I saw And promise 1 1 would show ? "Ah, yea ! I see it In your eyes ! Your basket yo may get ; But do not tire your li'tle leet, I am not rea ly yet." Then Fanny asked could baby go ? 'Twoalvl please the little thing ! And off she ran to tell hU nurse Hia warmer sack to brin. Then Bidiy wheeled hin carriage vo iad And laid the purple shawl. f .1 fr : ' ' jtt fa S w Z hr-' The cuBhior. to support his bask. And oif they started all. Willie, with basket on hia arm, Tho gate swung ojen wi...

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

BISSELL & TWITCKELL'3 OFFICE IS HEAD-O uE!. THE HERALD. i'lllLLrKSUURG. - KaNSAiS. K.F. KORNS. K.A. DAGUE. KOIIITS & DAQUE. Pl'ISLIMIMRS AND PROPRIETORS. Friday, April 5, 1880. llobert Lincoln has been appointed and confirmed as U. S. Minister to Fn gland. Ollicials of the Rock Island arid a corps of surveyors are now making the final survey for the extension of that road through the Indian territory. A terrific storm wrecked four steam ships o!T the coast of Samoa last week. Two of the vessels were Amer icau and two German. About 150 lives were lost. PHILLIPSBURG- The Coming1 metropolis Northwest. of the Edison has invented a locomotive attachment, called the linguagraph, which calls the names of the stations in a louder and more mystifying' man ner than the porters. It is certainly a wonderful invention. Postmaster-General Wanamaker, as it turns out, is a strong prohibition ist. If reports be correct lie said last Sunday at Philadelphia : "There is only one side to the pro...

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

FOR FINE PHOTOG- j RAPES TIN TYPES, TD A ND TBI I UUIHGS.aO TO TU GALLERY ! OIT TH! 'estsib: fvs S r Quality is the first consideration; Secondly the right kind of prices. CT. C. fe IE. 3. Have them both, In Olotln-lrxgr, lESCsits a,n.d Caps, Soots cirxcl Slices, AND GENT'S FURNISHING- GOODS. J. C. Sr E. S. LATSBAUGH, West Side square. THE HERALD. rH ITjLIPSBURG. KANSAS A big lot of clothing to be closed out'cheap at the Chicago Fair. tf Yon can get fresh hsh every' Fri day at L. E. Nipps' meat market. E. A. Page beats them all for a good lunch. Call and see. A nice line of hats just received at the Chicago Fair. For a complete and accurate ab stract, call on McMay & McCormick. Geo. Cole delivers goods. Leave your orders with him. Wanted at once! 500 men to use our money on real estate. BlSSELL & TwiTCHEL. McKay & McCormick make ab stracts on short notice and guarantee satisfaction. McKay & McCormick have come to tJ-.e front with extra favorable rates on farm loans. ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 April 1889

'.Lua. GEXTIELIAN BOSTON TOVN. IAh I'Jijl of Orej?m. BY JOAQU1X MILLER. T -o webfoot brotbera loved a fair Young lady, rich and pood to see ; And oil, her black abundant hair ! Aiid oh. ber wonderous witchery'. Ber futiier Kept a c ittle farm ; These brothers k.6it ber safe from hirni: From barm of cattle on the hill , From thick-necked bulla, loud bellowing The livelong morning, loud and 8 brill, And lashing Bides like anything ; From roaring balls that toeti the a&J And pawed the lilies from the lajad. There came a third young man. He e&ind From tar and famous Boston town. He aa not handsome, was not game, Bu.he could "cook a goose" as brown As any man that set foot on The sunlit shores of Oregon. This Boston man he taught the school, Taught gentleness and love always ; Said love and kindness, as a rule, Would ultimately make it pay. He was so gentle, kind, that he Could make a noun and verb agree. So when, one day, the brothers grew. All jealous ud did strip to fight, Ee ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 April 1889

'TIPPECANOE-' HARRISON WAS SAVED. The battle of Tippecanoe -was fought November 5th, 1811, in Indiana, on the banks of Tippecanoe River, on the site of the present village of Battle Ground, between the Americans under General Harrison, and the Indians under the Prophet, Tecumseh's brother. After the famous battle until the end of his days General Harrison, grand father of President Benjamin Harrison, was known by the loving sobriquet of ''Tippecanoe." Following his brilliant achievements in arms, now more than three-quartflrs of a century ago, General Harrison, to gether with many of his troops, was stricken with disease contracted through lack of proper food, and exposure to the miasma of that section of Indiana, and for a time his life was despaired of. Sev eral of his command lay for weeks, suf fering the horrors of disease upon the banks of the Tippecanoe River, which rises in a lake of the same name in the northern part of the state, flows south west 200 miles and empties into ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 April 1889

THE HERALD. PHI LLIPSBURG. - KANSAS. ILIPOPwTZD HOUSES. Imported Clydesdale and English Snire Horses. G reat Religions of the Past. Each greatest religion of the past, as it arose, rose out of a religion be fore it, grew up out of an earlier faith whatever was vital, transfigured it into a new and higher form, and thus the old lived on in the new. Thus Buddhism rose out of Brahmin ism, thus Christianity rose out of Judaism, thus whatever form of re ligion is coming in upon us must rise out of Christianity, and be a spirit ualized Christianity if the law of evolution still holds, and the exper ience of the past prophesies our fu ture. The contents' of the problems of religion do not change from land to land, from race to race. All that is needful for the growing man, is to reeonceive those ancient problems and restate them in terms of the new knowledge. ileber Newton. A most remarkable faith-cure case has been made public at Anderson, Ind. Mrs. Noah Ham, residing there, has been a ch...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 April 1889

V SPZJAIC 0?0 TiETIiJILC T'Xr.n? 1?23:niS"3r G-O 3T0X2."WTXD- VOL. XI. NO 24. PHIL.LIPSBUHG-, KANSAS, FBIDAY, APRIL 12, 1889. $1.50 IN ADVANCE THE HERALD. PTILLIPSBURQ, - KANSAS ESTABLISHED IN 1877. The oldeet paper in Northwestern Ktuis&a. tp; year $1.50 Bix tuontha .75 k. r. SOIIK . A. DAQVTU EORSS A DVGUE. PUBLI-HERS AND PROPRIETORS. TIME TABLE, The trains on the Missouri Pacific Iiailrod ar rive at Marvin as follows: GOING EAST. Mixed 1:40 p. m. GOING WEST. Mixed , 12:10 a. m. C. K. &. N. TIME CARD. GOING EAST. No. 14 Paspentrer 7:10 a. m No. lti PasMeiiirer 7:55 p. m. No. i:i Local Freight 8:10 a. in. GOING WEST. No. 13 Passenger 8:50 p. m, " 15 Expres 8:0 a. ni. " 41 Local Freight 7:00 a.m. PROFESSIONAL CARDS, H. WALLACE, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Special attention t,'iven to ths diseases of wo men. Locul Surgeon of the C. K. AN. Hailroad. Offlce south side of Public Square, Philiipxour, Kansas A. B. HOUCK, M. D., . Eclectic Physician. Oihce at G. W. Kickford's Drt...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 April 1889

PfflLUPSBDRG HERALD. iPHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS. Kansas has twice the area of grow ing wheat this season that it had last. During the year 1S87 the Russian tobacco factories turned oat 2,592,756, 8C5 cigarettes. St. Louis hag no less than seventy eight Chinese laundries, and pays out over $100,000 annually to Mongolians to have it3 washing done. A novelty in a timepiece is a silver dog. The clock is set in his side, a red torgue wags in his open mouth, and his tail ticks off the seconds. The Eiffel tower, Paris, will be fin ished April 1. The elevator trip will take five minutes. The tower is now 825 feet, and weighs 7,800 tons. There is to be added 800 tons more. The Milwaukee Wisconsin observes that royal scandals can not be smoth ered so easily in this newspaper age as of yore. Eventually the newspaper will sweep away royalty altogether. The big Lick telescope hasn't made any startling discoveries as yet, but they are coming. We are bound to know why they have canals in Mars when rail...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 April 1889

OUIl LITTLE PEOPLE. Among tlie Daisies. BY JEFFIE POEQUSH HAS1FOED. Down among the d&isis Little Guy is playing; On a daisy cushion His cur ly head is laying ; Dimpled hands and Hr.gera Pick the flowers faster, While Carlo, faithful uoggio. Watches o'er his masier. Bee I the sun is setting, Way off in the west. And little Guy is sleeping. His curly had at rest On Carlo's coat so shaggy, A pillow scf c and warm, And Carlo ever watching To kesp him from all harm. But hark ! mamma is calling Her darling little son, And over 'cross the meadow How quickly she doth run. And there she finds her baby, Amid the daisies deep, Chubby arms round Carlo's neck, And blue eyes fast asleep. CniCAGo, 111. Home Gymnastics. , N hour a day, prop- erly spent, is all that 13 needed to secure one of the greatest blessings to be had in this world a vig orous and healthy body. This applies particularly to young people, and more par ticularly still to young girls, for their sports are not so much out .doo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 April 1889

BISSELL & TWITOHELL'S OFFICE IS HEAD-QURATERS FOR REAL ESTATE, iMS'CJBAHC: STD FABM LO. THE HERALD. KANSAS. E. F. ICOUNS. R. A. D AGUE. KORN3 & DAGUE. !'L"J5Lls:iEl:s AND PROPRIETORS. 'VauAv, April 12. 1889. It is rumored that Jay Govdd is about to get control of the Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe railroad. Xo person who has once used the homestead right can get government land ly migrating to Oklahoma. This fact should be remembered by all. There are now live towns in Kan sas which have elected women for Mayor Argonia. Oskaloosa, Cotton wood 1'alls. Kossville and Baldwin. The Mayors of the last three were elected on Tuesday. The Topeka Capifal-Common-trealtli says: "The anxiety of well-to-do Kansans to take their chances in Oklahoma with the throng of town-lot speculators and sharks who will flock there during the latter part of this month is not a surprise, but it par takes of an insanity which no one has yet fully diagnosed. President Harrison has issued his proclamation ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 April 1889

OTa. I3st Sa-te cn. IcnGy ct,n.a. rxo XDelsvsrs a,t Bissoll s S?wItcla.oll'r3 ZHosLra. face. FOR FINE FHOTOG- RAPHS TIN TYPES, FRAMES AND TRI MMINGS,QO TO TIT OZER'S GALLERY ON THE WESTSIDE Quality is the first consideration; Secondly the right kind of prices. Have them both, IE3:a,ts and Caps, AND GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS. J. C. $ E. S. LATSBAUGH, West Side square. THE HERALD. h r IjLipsburg. - Kansas A big lot of clothing to be closed out cheap at the Chicago Fair. tf You can get fresh lish every Fri day at L. E. Nipps' meat market. There are 1,9."0 Oklahoma boom ers camped at Caldwell, Kansas. E. A. Page beats them all for a good lunch. Call and see. A nico line of hats just received at the Chicago Fair. The new city Council meets to organize on the 17th inst. For a complete and accurate ab stract, call on McMay & McCormick. Geo. Cole delivers goods. Leave your orders with him. Wanted at once! 500 men to use our money on real estate. BlSSELL & TwiTCHEL. McKay & RicCori...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 April 1889

TOPICS OF TIIE TIMES. A Choice Selection of Inter esting Items.. Seattle, "W. 000 hotel. T., is to have a 100,- The rice prospects of the South are not good. Bad storins and floods have done great damage. Mail is now carried between New York and San Francisco in 113 hours four days and seventeen hours. Floquet, the late French Premier, at one time got a small salary for get ting up stuff in a newspaper office. The South in 1SSG constructed 20 per cent, of the total new mileage of railroads of the country; in 1SS7, 23 per cent., and in 1SS8, 35 per cent. Paul Laffekty, an American, who got into an English prison for five years, says the fare beats any doilar-and-a-half-a-day American ' hotel, and he was sorry to leave. Dr. IjE Baron", an eminent physician of France, says that such a thing as a person having a snake or lizard in his stomach was never known and never will be. All such cases have been imaginary. A Chicago broker was called worth $5,000,000 the day he died. A week later ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 April 1889

! HUm rt A. ! 3 liMiU SUJclTf P1IEE, 11 toitiiis S3 OPIUM la is) to, A mo. is the beat remedies Allen ' tnngRnltara stands pre-eminent The arutfi.-ta epeak it it in highest terms, nerving entire satisfaction wherever it is used. Price 25cts.,50cts.,aiul $1 per Bottle. The 26-CKNT BOTTLES are put up for the accom iuodaii m of ail who desire simply a COUliH or CKOUP HEME Of. Those desinnrj a remedy for COXa UMPTIOh or any LUNO lIij2ASE should secure the Large $1 Bottles. Mothers. Read! Oakland Sta., K v., April 24, 13S5. S,i,nlmtn.-Tlie ilemand for A li.kn s J.i'.vo HAtr SAM ia increasing constantly. The laiiiea think there is no medicine equal to it for croup and Whooping Coujjh. C. 8. M A ill IS. IlrnnnujU SOLD STALL MEDICINE DEALERS. fosillvely cp"d lyt- tlipnf Little Pills. 1 1 They also relieve Disk j tress from Dy spepvi,In X digestion and TooHearty i Eating. A perfect rem-H edy for Dizzineas.Nausest 3 Drowsiness, Bad Taste" i ill the Mouth, Coatedj.1 Tongue.Pain in the Side. 3 ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 April 1889

THE HERALD. PHILLIPSBURG. KANSAS. PHILLIPSBURG Tlio Comin.cf Metropolis IJortrnvest, of the I he JLoiA'.n goes into nearly every state east of the Missouri river. For the benefit of those who do not know anything about Phillipsburg wo make the following notes: Phillipsburg is the county seat of Phillips county, and is located near the geographical center of the county. The town-site cannot be surpassed for eligibility and beauty. The surface is a gentle rolling prnirie;the natural drainage is perfect. The town is on high ground and can be seen for many miles from any direction It has a popxdation of about 1,000. It has a number of elegant buildings; the court house is brick and cost about 10,0(10 and is an elegant structure; the Phillips County Bank is brick and stone and was erected at a cost of about SKK000; the First National and the State Bank buildings are of brick and cost about 10,000 each. The (Jebhart and Cu mint's brick bus iness houses are elegant structures costing about...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 April 1889

"2" C3-0 27,OXa-W-A"E,2D. VOL. XI. NO 25. THE HERALD. prIlLLIP3BUKG, - KANSAS EST AB U SUED IN 1377. Th oldcet paper In Northwestern Kiseu. O'.wyw gl.50 Bix months .73 K. KOBN8 &. A. DAOCi KOBN3 A D VQUE, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS- TIME TVS.BXjE. The trains on the Missouri Pacific Railrod ar rive at Marvin as follows: OOIXG EAST. Mixed 1 :40 p. m. GOING WEST. Mixed 12:40 a. m. C. K. & N. TIME CARD. GOING EAST. No. 14 Passenger 7:10 a. m No. 1( Pafeiii;er 7:55 p. m. No. 4 Local Freight 3:10 a. m. GOING WEST. No. 13 Paeenser 8:50 p. m, " J5 Express 8:0 a. m. " 41 Locul Freight 7:00 a. in. PROFESSIONAL. CARDS, II. WALLACE, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Special attention given to th diseases of wo men. Local Surgeon of the C. K. Jfe N. Kailroad. Office south side of Public Square, Phillipsburg, Kansas A. B. HOUCK, M. D., Eclectic Physician. Ofhce at G. W. Bickford's Drug Store, north fide of Public. Square, Phillipsburg, Kansas. All calls both day and night promptly attended to...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 April 1889

PIIILLIPSBURG HERALD. fPniLLIFSBUHO, KANSAS. There are now two living ex-Presidents, Rutherford B. Hayes and Gro ver Cleveland. A Georgia man Las a hen -which lays double eggs, each one having an eprg within an egg, as it were. During the sessions of the Fiftieth Congress 12.659 bills were introduced, of which about one-ninth became laws. The Empress of China has just en nobled three generations of Sir Robert Hart's ancestors, although they are all dead. ADELBORONTIPHOSCOPHORNIOSTIKOSis the classical name of a locomotive owned by the Lackawanna Iron and Coal Company at Scranton. John Wanamakee's life is insured for a roitnd million of dollars, which a statistician comjmtes is at the rate of $7,500 for every pound of his flesh. "John Smith, who fought in the Federal ranks at Gettysburg," i3 ad vertised for by a New York lawyer. There should be no difficulty in locat ing him. A girl who had been troubled for a long time with insomnia was advised by a Swedish woman to Avet a cloth in i...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 April 1889

A I.OYE BONG. We'll listen to news That li trite and diffuse And let bores take nr:n root to the floor, If they'll only have sense In the quick present tense To let tales be indorsed by the door. We love to liave health And we love to have wealth, And a 6mile from the one we adora ; Bat when cold blizzarda blow With a swirling of snow Give us one who abuts closely the door. -American Commercial Traveller ANTICIPATION. Life's soul of bliss ne'er sates itself, Nor credits us for what we're doin? ; Our hignest hope, our greatest wcalUi Lies in the pleasure of pursuing. So measure we our ends alway. In sunshine and in sorrow ; It Id not what we are to-day. But what we hope to be to-morrow SAYING IIAKD SIN NEKS. " BX JOHN STEPHEN. Two commercial travelers eat in the of fice of the Brunswick Hotel. "Tom," said the younger, "I have just obtained an inside position in the firm, and will leave the road, I imagine, for some time. I have had enough of hotel and restaurant life, and am determin...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 April 1889

T-r. T:-'T T ,1? A. TtTCJ THE HERALD. PHI LL I PKJHT JIG. - KANSAS. i:. V. KOltSS. K. A. DAGUE . ITORI'TG & DAGUE. l-L'iiLlSUKK.S AND PltOPRIETOKS.- Friday, April 19, 1889. . It is stated that the President's mail often readies $1,000 letters per day. Two robbers secured 8,000 from the State bank at Minneapolis Tues day morning' by vising the revolver racket. They were pursued, however and placed in jail. A gigantic scheme has come to light which has-for its object the cap ture by revolution of Lower Califor nia. It now belongs to Mexico. A great negro exodus has com menced, from North Carolina. The objective point of the emigrants is Southern Arkansas. The movement is so great that it has frightened the planters. Louis Kossuth, the great patriot of Hungary is in Italy very ill and very old. His death is expected daily. He has been one of the most conspic uous characters of Europe for thirty or forty years. A Kansas City, Kan., jury has giv en a wife 3,000 damages against three ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 April 1889

FOR FINE PHOTOG- RAPES TIN TYPES, FRAMES AND TBI MMIITGS.GO TO TTJ OKSR'S GALLERY ! OH THE WESTSIDE 1 4? H I Quality is the first .consideration; Secondly the right kind of prices. CT. 6z 3. S. LiiTSB a ttg- Have them bothy In Olotlto-irLgr, ZE3!suts Gtrxd Caps, Boots and SIiogs, AND GENT'S FURNISHING- GOODS. J. C. $ E. S. LATSBAUGII, West Side square. THE HERALD. t'UILLIPSBURG. KANSAS A big lot of clothing to be closed out cheap at the Chicago Fair. tf You caa got fresh fish every Fri day at L. E. Nipps' meat market. E. A. Page beats them all fop a good lunch, Call and see, A nic-e line of hats just received at the Chicago Fair. Subscribe for the Herald, the oldest paper in Phillipsburg. Abbott Bros, have a large stock of extra cain seed for sale cheap. For a complete and accurate ab stract, call on McMay & McCormick, -Geo. Cole delivers goqd3. Ljeare your orders with Um, Wanted at once! 500 men to use our money on real estate. BlSSELL & TwiTCUEL. McKay & McCormick make...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 April 1889

TOPICS OF THE TIMES. A Choice Selection of Inter esting Items. The veterans of the late war are dying at the rate of C.000 a year. Nine-tenths of the telegraphic er rors are attributed to poor hand- j writing, The oldest sovereign is Pope Xieo XIII., 78 years; the youngest, the King of Spain, not yet 3. There are about 70,000 lacemakers in Normandy, and in all France there are nearly 200,000 -women engaged in this industry. Mrs. James Davis, of Youngstown, Ohio, has had her tongue entirely ex tirpated, the operation being rendc-red necessary by a cancer. It is thought she will recover. Mrs. Gen. Sibley, at her home in Fredericksburg, Va., fell dead when she heard that Congress had post poned her claim for money due as roy alty on the Sibley teat. Colonel, Elliott F. Suepakd, of New York, has just paid ?3G2,000 for some Broadway and Fulton street prop erty, whereon he will erect a great building for the Mail and Express. John Jacob Astor is called the rich est man in New York to-day,...

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