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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 December 1883

tt !-)- J H f "j Cv rr. "y J N I I ij II J) tiPEAK 1TO THKM 'I IIA'i' TIIF.Y GO FOBW VlD. VOLUME VI. PHILLIPSBURG, KAXSAS, THUMSDi-iYpEC EMBER 18, I8SS. NUMBER ii. f V ) PhilHpsburg Herald. K'BLlSHEi) EYEBY THURSDAY, BY WILLIAM BISKLH.. OFFICIAL DI RECTORY :STATE OIF1 IZAiTSAS. Governor G. W. dick. Xieut. Governor D. W. Finney. .Secretary of State James Smith. Auditor ... E. P. McCabe. Treasurer Sam. T. Howe. Hupt. Tub. Instruction II. C. Sjeer. Attorney General W. A. Johnston. 'Public Printer... Dwiht Thatcher. ' i f J. J. Itiftalls. U.S. Senators.., p B Plumb. PHILLIPS COUNTY. 'pMriet Judfe W. IT. Pratt- State Senator Geo. II. Case. "nrtff ntative W. 3. McBride O.k liist. Court G. A. Spauldin. .County Clerk I. V. Lowe. Iteg'r of Deeds Patner Smith. Treasurer D. L- Smith. Sheriff..... John Woods. Bupt. Pub. Instruction. ..C A. Lewis. Probate Judge II. C. Spauldinir. County Surveyor J- P. Barnard. County Attorney S. W.. MeEh'oy. Coroner 1st Dist -II. MouKoii. ' Commia'ra-j 2d Jist, ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 December 1883

Presiflent's Issage. Washington, P. C, Dec. 4. Shortly after one o'clock this afternoon the Jresidenfs annual (message was read in Con gress. The full text of the document is as fol lows: To the Congress of the United States: At the threshold of your deliberations I con gratulate you upon the favorable aspect of the domestic and foreign affairs of this Govern ment. Our relations with other countries con tinue to be upon a friendly footing. With the Argentine Republic, Austria, Belgium, Bra zil, Denmark, Hayti, Italy, Santo Domingo, and Sweden and Norway no incident has oc curred which calls for special comment. The recent opening of new lines of telegraphic communication witl Central America and Brazil permitted the interchange of messages of friendship with the Governments of those countries. During the year there have been perfected and proclaimed consular and com mercial treaties with Servia and a consular treaty with ltoumania, thus extending our in tercourse WITH THE DANUBIAN C...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 December 1883

OP GENERAL I3TEEEST. A Boston oculist protests against dotted veils. Samuel Hoffman, of Ohio, went crazy because the Prohibition Amend ment was not adopted. Cleveland Leader. The Denver Medical Times says that there are more physicians in that city.in proportion to the population, than in any other in the United States. Two brothers named . Lynch died in the same hospital in New Orleans re cently without either knowing of the presence of the other. N. O. Picayune. The most important and valuable stamp collection in the world belongs to a. son of the Duchess of Galhera. Though it is yet incomplete, the stamps alone have cost $300,000. It was a pet monkey that struck a match and tired the " British bark Marqurite at Bayonne, N. J., laden with 1,375 barrels of naphtha and 2,000 of petroleum. N. Y. Sun. A Castleton (Vt-) man has lived within four miles of Lake Bomoseen twenty-live years and never set eyes up on it His brother ha3 crossed the ocean live times since 1860. Rutland Herald. ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 December 1883

Pliillinsta Herald. vYlLLIAM tlSSELL. Editor DECEMBER 13 Ti i:,k : Ti..- K ai.u c;i. fa ir : i-'v;; ' ah? with ix 'i-ru-.-? t? tb l'3t'Ji ; hUh. -.-i ici'i'.n t r:i c;I.r) .r a;n utn in sidvrincf. Tb. fs'ii.i.nK Eiritji c:i. i.-ti i ti.iir I'lUdte-" of the r:cu!:ir edition ainl vtiiL.iii.p r.!I the Editorial aJLo'j.iI Newt. Arrival and Departure cf Maiis, Mai! east and west via. C. 1. Mo. Paciiie ii 11., niViVi-. 4 a m. leave? .' 30 l in, daily. Alma ami Phniipduir?. -Arrive 12 7ii, Mondays, Wed lie- lays and Fri days; leaves 1 p rn. Eong Island and Phil lipsbu rg Ar rives iJ m. and leaves 1 p. m., on Tuesdays, Thursday,-, mi, rSiiturda s. Nance and Phillipsburg Arrives 4 p, m., Tuesdays and Fridays : leaves i a. m., Wednesdays and ."Saturdays." Wagner-viHo and 1'hillipsburjr Arrives- p. rn. and leaves -I p. ni. . on Tuesdays Saturdays. Po-tt-bdb.v 1 lo:u -s jOpens 6 a in, closes at.S p m: Sun ! Ays opens V a m, and clo.-ios 7 p m, closes 10 a m and ?,3 ii p iii. No money crdor ir i...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 December 1883

v r s Piiiliipsourg Heralil- DECEMBER 13. Secre t Societies. I. O. O. F. Philhp..nre: Lo'lse So. i',.!ets everr V-,1-aes-ltiv. VisitiuK brethren ct.r.i;i: in to Attend. V. U'. AxufcUbON, -. C . y. 7, M. Liu.cL'-, T?ec. f.ec'y. v A. F. and A. Mi TMiMMpRbnrir Lo-!; nnu;'t r j4. Meets .-re r.v Srttu rtlay on -r before 'he k.O"ti. va:'.ei, i-rv'thTn ojrdiaiiy in vitf I to attend. J.U- (itphart.ssej'y. 1. T. De-rc Ki-h, V' 41. K, of P. Cre?crt LcHlge nuwter -12. u'.eets evr-rv Mom ly evening. Vi.--.inii; brtthrsn c.-r.iiUy tnv.t i i to iitfciiil . . i'iVii .MaSHK.i C.U J. Jaoks-jii,'l of 11 r-.n.t S. C A R. rhiltijburjy "or-i !::;ir,lr 7 ir.ee is 5 nftt-r iu!i ViMftmr i;.)!i.r,i-i' wtloome. in k. .;-ti?ai.v. .. v,', Lowe, A.;;, ; rj:y Church Directory. ;i K.Chur-.-li i-?v, '. n- AiJeri. every s.Srcv ,:s:e tnbi'th at 11 o'clock v. s.vl. HUi7.i oViock r. M. totuinciisi.'i '''' CsUi fresh;, tenn.. Kev. Theo Lnukei! ovry ?cr;-.i jivd lourth sn-t'ail..s it 11 o'elv..:'.;-A. t. .- ; jr jiateHt...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 December 1883

PHILLIPSBURG HERALD. PUBLISHED BY Herald Publishing Association. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Mews from Everywhere. " Cakdixai. McCabe has issued a pas toral letter denouncing secret societies in Ireland. Another insurrectionary movement has been discovered in the Spanish garri son at Barcelona. The Supreme Church Council at Ber lin has notified Dr. Stoecker to abandon the anti-Semetic agitation or resign. The Deputy Commissioner of In ternal Revenue estimates internal taxes for the current fiscal ye ar at $1 30,000,000. The Exchange Bank of Montreal is eaid to be hopelessly involved through un authorized operations of the President. Admiral Coukbet is avoiding the Chinese troops and operating against the Black Flags pending peaceful negotia tions. A KnAirrouM dispatch reports that only one-third of Hicks Pasha's force was destroyed. The remainder are safe in camp. Lord Loene recently delivered an address at Birmingham, Eng., in which he lauded the attractions of Canada ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 December 1883

THILLIPSBURG HERALD. rirnListtED by Herald Publishing Association. rHILLIPSBURG. KANSAS. THE TRUE LOVE 12. Do you asks me. Starry Eyes, To describe the lover true? "Wonder not at my surprise Who should know as well as youl 'Think of all that you have seen, All the lovers that have been; He is true whose love ia showa " I'or her sake, and not his own. ""What he does, he does alone; Yet he hopes it wins her thought; -All that in his soul has grown To her sovereign feet is brought; 'To his soul her linage clings, -She seems woven in all things, And each thouprht that in him stir3 ' Is not for his sake, but hers. "For her sake he will endure, For her self will sacrifice; Uravely bearing, her love sure. Censure, slander, scorn, advice " Jf another wins her heart, Sadly he will from her part; Sadly, bravely, true love is Tor her sake and not for his. "This is the true lover sweet Love as ever I am true: ". For my love is all complete. Perfect since it comes from you, " Darling, yet 'tis n...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 December 1883

JOHN BROWNS FAITH. A HITHERTO UNPUBLISHED LET . TEH, : -.WJIITTEH FROM THE CTIAKLESTDN jJAIL A VEEK BEFORE II IS EXECUTION. Relow is printed for the first time a striking acd characteristic letter writ ten by John Brown from the Charleston .Jail, a week before bis execution, to his kinsman, the Rev. Dr. Heraan Hum phrey, the prominent clergyman and author, who was at on,e time r rasident jot Amherst College. This letter has Jbeen kindly furni&Led to the Tribune for publication in advance of its appear ance in Dr. F. Humphrey's genealogy the Humphrey family. Charleston, Jefferson Co., Va. Sow, 18oJ. ey. Hemax Humph key, D.D. My dear and honoied kinsman. -Your very sorrowful kind and faithful fetter of the :70th inst. is now before me. I accept it with all kindness. I have honestly endeavor.ed to profjt by - the aithful advice it contains. Indeed such advice could never miss. You will al low me to say that I deeply sympathize with you, and all my sorrowing friends in their grie an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 December 1883

T r. i ip j- 1. JLjlV W SPKAK TO THEM THAT THEY GO FORWAKD. VOLUME VI. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, IS S3. NUMBER G. ALD Piiillipsburg Herald. FEBL1SHED EVERY TBCESDAY. BY JXZJTJZJL.-lJr. Bissell. OFFICIALDIRLCTORY STATE OjB1 ICA2STSA9. Governor G. W. Gliek. Iieut. Governor D. W. Finney. Hecretary of State James Smith. Auditor K. 1J. McCabe. Treasurer Sam. T. Howe. Bupt. Pub. Instruction H. C. Sjeer. Attorney General W. A. Johnston. Public Priuter...T. Dwieht Thatcher. i J. J. vrxi. U. B- Senator.: Vm j. iliimb.- PI-ILI.LI.P3 CCTJITTr. 'nisi rift Judire W. H. I'm It State S nalcr .!, 'sf-ntat ive... Ul: Dist. Court. .r.!itv Clerk Tlog'r "of I U-vt Is.... 'i'rca-v.ircr Ue. J 1 .-V'r;se. ,...V. H. 'Mcliridt (,'. A. Sjtau'dinu'. 1. W,.We. Kitnei'" Vir.ith. 1). I a .mith. John Woods.. hr-viil" Hint. Pub. Instruction. ..C A. Lewis. Probate Jud-e ii. C. So.-uihiiiiir. i 'ouiitv Surveyor J. P. .iiarnard. County Attorney S. W. McKhvy. Coroner .' ( 1st Di.-r,., 11. Monitor.. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 December 1883

liiUUT OF TUB SECRETARY O THE TREASURY. Following are some of the more im portant portions of Secretary Folger's report: Tne ordinary revenues from all sources tor t.ho flncdl year ended June 30, 1833, aggregated $J;8,37,:V1: the total ordinary expenditures were 25,408,17 leaving- a surplus revenue of $lc2.&9.-444. which, with an amount drawn 1 rorn the cash balance in the ".Treasury of tl, 5J,;LI, and making a total of $134,178,756, was applied us lollows: 1'or the redemption of bonds for the sinking-fund $44,850,700 Of f unued loan of 1881, continued at o'i per cent e5,3SO,250 Of loan of July and August, 1SG1, continued at iiVt per cent 20,5D4,e00 Of other loans 3,353,206 Total $134,178,753 Trie requirements of the sinking1 fund lor itho last llscal year, including a balance of 461,3J! from the preceding year, have been fully met. It is estimated that the require ment for the present fiscal year will be $45, 16,741, of which there has been applied dur ing the lirst four months...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 December 1883

PERSONAL ANDJpiPERSONAL. The Philadelphia Press estimates tho property of Governor Butler at twelve million dollars. William Lynch, the melter at the Bath (Me.) Iron Works, will run his hand right through the red hot metal and part it as it is being poured off. They call him Cast Iron Bill. Boston Post. Henry Dennis, of Grayson County, Tex., boasts that he never took a dose of medicine in his life, never bought a bushel of corn or a pound of meat; nevei was in court; never owned a watch; never owned or carried a pistol, and never called his wife by name. William Marshall, of Schenectady, N. Y., claims that he was the first of all American passenger conductors. He ran the first trains on the Mohawk & Hudson River Railroads which were hauled from Albany to Schnectady by stationary engines. Albany Journal. Judge W. R. Rankin, one of the ablest of Ohio lawyers and an esteemed citizen of Columbus, has four sons "Fleteh, Will Rit and Carl." He marked out great careers in law and liter...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 December 1883

'iiillinsburs Herald. DECEMBER 20 Terms: The Rkqclar 13 ftftict of the Mm jii.u contain? eight j;ijei w irh mx c lumes to tb ;iiu9re; iiab.-riiiofi price $1.50 vr xnuuia in lilies, of Hie rt-culiir etlitin uni contains all the EtiUoml and LochI Xews.' Arrival nd Departure of Mails, Mall east and west via. C.! B. Mo. Pacific It. -U., arrives, 4 u m, leaves 7 w i in, dally. Alma and Phillilsb(ir;r Arrives 12 in, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days; leaves 1 t in. Long Island and Ph'Uipsburg Ar rives 12 in. uiid leaves 1 p. in., on ruesiays, Thursdiiys uiid Saturdays. Natter alld Phil Upshur Arrives 4 b. m., Tuesdays and Fridays : leaves aiTn., Wednesdays anl SaturUays. Waguersvillo and Phillipslmrg Ar rives 2 p. in. and leaves ; p. 111. on Tuesdays Saturday. Post-Ollice Hours Oiens 8 a m, t'loses at 8 p in. fchuhiays opens 9 a in, and elopes 7 p m, l4h3t's 10 a m and 7.30 p in.""1 Money order business closes at U p in; No" "money tinier or register letter business transacted Sunday. H. (...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 December 1883

FiiiSiipsiiurg Herald. DECEMBER 2a . Secret Societies. I. O. O. F. Phillips burg Lodjre No. 165. meets every Wert eU. Viiiting brethren cordially luviled to gttVnd. W. W. AMKUbOK,N. U. . T, M. Dutches, Bee. Sec'y. A. F. and A. M. Philiipibure Lokb number 14. meets erfry Saturday on r before he fall moon, visiting brethren cordially invite. to attemi. J.li- Gephart,sej'y. F. 1. M.Dctcher, IV M. K. Of P. Crener.t Lole number 42. meets every Mon day evening. Vieitinjt brethren cordially invit d to ittend. . 1AV11 JIankku 0.0. J. Jackson, K of R ana S- CAR. rhUHrburtr P0!t number 7 meets Saturday after full moon, Vbitins comrades alwny welome. Fk.k tuaix. P C. .1. W, Lowe, Adj, Church Directory. IT E.ChuTtli Kev, w. K- Allen, every alter i Vie frabbuth at 11 o'clock A. M and 7 o'clock P.M. commencing May tiih I'refbyteriai. Rev. Then Bracken every second Nd fourth gaWbaths at 11 o'elock A. M. Alter nate at 8 P- ni. Alternate at 7 p. Pi. Union tabontbrS"chooI--Krery abbath at 10 o'oclock...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 December 1883

PHILLIPSBURG HERALD. PUBLISHED BT Herald Publishing Association. PHILLIPSBURG. KANSAS. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Hows from Everywhere. r Senator Anthony will receive the Republican nomination for President of the Senate. Congressman Finnerty's Chicago newspaper predicts more dynamite for JSngland. Senator Ingaxus will bring- forward a. bill to regulate the wire fence business on the frontier. Admiral Courbet has been instruct ed to delay a little before making an as sault on Bach Ninh. The National Republican Committee on the 12th selected Chicago as the place for holding the National Convention in 1884. Ex-Senator Kellogg's bribery case came up in Washington on the 10th, and the defense pleaded the statute of limita tions. Extra guards have been placed in all Government buildings in London on ac count of the excitement over the death sentence of O'Donnell. TnE United States Supreme Court las decided in favor of Jefferson Davis the contested will case of Mrs. Dorsey, who left her property ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 December 1883

7Te7H?g!''gcfcS'SBMP"M PHILLIPSBURG HERALD. PUBLISHED Br Herald Publishing Association. THILLirSBDKG. KANSAS. AT THE DO 012. Heavy and thick the winter snow Falls on the frozen pane; "Wild winds over the house-top mow, Turning the creaking vane. '"None will come to our house to-day. In such cold and stormy weather. Mother tells us a graine to play Merrily all together; "Or tell us a tale of Fairy-land, Such as you've often told, "Where elves are dancing, a pleesome band. 'Mid trees of Silver and gold." '"Children, over the frozen moor Some one is coming now, "Who'll tell a tale, when he's crossed the door, Sweeter than all I know. Hark! I hear his 6tep at the gate; Soon will the summons ring. rCome, make ready our room of state There he is ! Kling, ling, ling." CHRISTMAS OUTSIDE. -"Children, open the door, I pray; Merrily come to meet me. ,Mnny and many a house this day Has put on its best to greet me. "All your prettiest carols sing, Welcome me in with joy. Tor see what beautiful g...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 December 1883

THE PRESIDENT'S .MAIL How. "The Press" headers' Postal Cards Poured Into the Whita. House. . . From The Xow Yo rk Trihuae. Washington, 2iov, 29th, One oi " the newspapers played what amounted to a practical joke upon the President tho other day, though it was not in tended m one. In an evil hour the thought struek one of its editors that poatal cards cost only a cent apieee and that it was thus within the power of ery citizen to exercise the right of pe tition to the President for a small sum in behalf of Sergeant Mason and "Betty and the Baby." It may not be true that the President saw the paragraph .and pardoned Mason on the spot, but it as a fact that the postal cards only be Cjantocome in when the pardon had already been announced. They came in by the hundreds, and continued for two or three days. How many there would have been if the President had not par doned Mason it would be hard to guess. The cards made an interesting collec tion as they were stacked in neat bun dles on th...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 December 1883

llWT I T TPQlRT-TO'ifT. SPEAKTO I'lIIM THAT THEY GO FORWAUD. VOLUME VI. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, IS S3. NUMBER 7 ; i ' v 1 a1 w ft- 1 u VI- v. t J i f I & j! 1 1 ( ; FhilHpsburg Herald. rTBLlSHED EVERY IHCUSBAY. BY OFFICIAL DIRECTORY - STATE OIF1 KAUSAS. Governor.. O. W. Glick. I,ieut. Uovemor..; D. W. Finney. Heeretnry of IState Jamea Smith. Auditor:....:.: f,.:K. P. McCabe. Treasurer Sam. T. Howe. Hupt. Pub. Instruction. ...H. C. Seer. Attorney General V. A. Johnston. Public Printer...T. Dwight Thatcher. 1 ( J. J. Jngalls. I J. B. feenators B plumb. PKClIiIilPS CO U-TT Y. District Judge W. H. Pratt- Rate Senator . Geo. II. Case. Vopresentative W. 11. McBride L: k Di-st. Court G. A. Bpuulding. County Clerk J.' W. Lowe. Ileg'r of Deeds llitner Smith. Treasurer D. L. Smith. Sheriff. Tobn Woods. Hupt. Pub. Instruction. ..C. A. Lewis. Probate Judge H. C. Rpaulding. County Surveyor... J. P. Barnard. County Attorney 8. W. McElroy. Coroner : 11tPist, H. Moulton. 2d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 December 1883

The "Oil Fever." Reminiscences of early vicissitudes were in order the other evening among a group of Detroit gentlemen who are now as secure from reverses of fortune c-s it is possible for any one to be in this mutable world. One of the number, connected with a prominent manufact uring business, narrated, with due at tention to dramatic detail, how in the days of tho "oil fever" in Western Pennsylvania, he was bitten by the tar antula of speculation, and after varying fortune and. misfortune, found himself in Oil City, penniless and unable to raise a cent. "I had dropped considerable money at Titusville," said he, "but was a com plete stranger in Oil City. I could not get free -transportation to Pittsburgh where I had some friends, and had not money enough to pay my fare. I was not familiar with the methods by which the modern tramp secures free railroad transportation. It was in the latter part ,of September. The weather was warm and the walking elegant, and I decided a hundred-mi...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 December 1883

fcOsMf'SlaC FAKSI AXO HOUSEHOLD. Fctato tops should be left on tho ground they grew: on. JNr. Y. Times. The sooner milk is placed in pans after milking, the larger will be the yield of cream. Chicago Journal. A frequent cause of malaria is im pure water from cisterns and wells. Upon the first symptom of any unpleas ant odor clean out the cistern. See that the well receives W drainage from any unclean source. 2?. Y. Herald. ft may seem extravagant to cut up and plant the largest, smoothest, and nicest potatoes raised, but a very few trials, taking one year with another, will toon convince the grower that it is the most profitable thing to do. Chi ago Tribune.. ' r A Nevada woman has a novel way of preserving eggs: During the summer she breaks the eggs, pours the contents into bottles which are tightly corked and sealed, when they are placed in the cel lar, neck down. She claims the con tents of the bottles come out as fresh as when put in. Exchange,. The latest novelty in bed linen c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 December 1883

hliunsburff Herald.' DECEMBER 27 Tvruid The Heoulak K iiTfo ot the I4ek ali cor.Lu.ims eiht :Kr ita rit c. luravs to t!m iLiiif ; subsrriplion fcriuo. $1.50 her aanuw .in ftifvanop. Tb. Vollau. Edition consist ot tour puion of Ibe regular edition uh4 oout-tioi) all the K'liloi uil nal Local News. Arrival and Departure of Malls. .Mail east and west via. C. ii. Mo. Pacific R R., arrives, 4 u in, leaves 7 30 i m, daily. Alma and Phillipsburg Arrives 12 in, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days; leaves 1 p m. Long Inland and Phillipsburg Ar rive 1- in. and leaves 1 p. m., on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Nunee and Phillipsburg Arrives 4 j, m., Tuesdays and Fridays : leaves 4J a, m., Wednesdays and Saturdays. Waguersville and Phillipsburg Ar rives 1 p. m. and leaves 3 p. in. on Tuesday Saturdays. Post-Office Honrs Opens 8am, closes at Hp in. Sundays opens 9 a m, iiud closes p in, closes 10 a in and 7.30 P m. - Money order business closes at ii p iil- No money xmler or register letter bus...

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