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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 December 1883

Piiillipsiiurg Jlerald. DECEMBER 27. Secret Societies. !. O. O. F. TbilliVnrst lodge No. tv every V .1- P. 'i.il.Umtttj Ere, g-er-'y. . A. F. and A. M. riilliiWe LoJifo uu.iiiier io4. meet every 3tuiday on or hetore 'ho tail uio'n. veiling fcrtihren cordially iuvil to a trend. J,li- Uehrt,ms'y. 1 1 . L L'tch eh, M. K.ofP. Crnt Lod? numix-r 42. meet? every Mon 4rty vttninr. Viitins brethren cordially invit d to attend. . Uavid JUsuk O.U. J. Jackson, K of R ana fe. G. A- R. rhilliprburg Po.t number 7 meets Saturday afttr ull iuooii, VisitiDK comrade always welcome. i'UA.NK TUAtK. I' C. .1. W. Lwr Adj, Church Directory. yi. E. Church Uev, W. K- Alieu, every fther .ne fcHbbutb at 11 o'clock A. M. aud 7,'s o clock J'. M. tfUiiceuciiiS May tith 16HZ. Trefbyteriau Rev. T beo Bracken every second d towith sabbath at 11 o'clock A. M. Alter iiats at 8 v- m. Alternate at Hi i. in. Union ialbath School Every Sabbath at! 10 clot k a. ni. . ' ' Presbyterian Sabba h School At the cburcu Try Mioday...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 December 1883

PHILLIPSBURG HERALD. PUBLISHED BT Herald Publishing Association. nilLLIPSBUEG, KANSAS. TOPICS OF THE DAL Kows from Everywhere. ' The Louisiana Democratic State Con tention renominated Governor MeEnery. It is stated C. F. Adams will succeed Kidney Dillon as President of the Union 'Pacific Railroad. The efforts to persuade the O'Donnell 4 jurors to join in recommendation for res pite proved unavailing. TnE news of the utter rout of the army of Hicks Pasha by the False Prophet in the Soudan is confirmed. TnE report that Governor Hendricks, of Indiana, has gone abroad for medical treatment is declared to be utterly untrue. A cargo of 100,000 cwt. of American wheat recently arrived at Laubein, Bohe mia, the first American wheat ever received there. Prince Victor, the son of Prince Na poleon, has written Lis father, disavowing his opposition to him as the head of the .Bonaparte family. TnE German Crown Prince arrived, at Rome the morning of the 17th. He was welcomed to Genoa on the 16th w...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 December 1883

PII1LLIPSBUUG HERALD. herald Publishing Association. PIIILLIPSIiURG. KANSAS. Ld SOSG FOR 27 EW YEAR'S EYE. Stay yet, my fnen.i.s, a moment stay Stay t ill the good old year, 60 lonir companion of our way. Shakes hands and leaves ua here. Oh (tay, oh 8tay, One little hour, and then away. The year, whose hopes were high and strong-, Han now no hopes to wake: ' Yet one hour more of jest and sons Tor h Is fa miliar sake. V Oh stay, oh stay, ,)ne mirthful hour, and then away. ' Tho ki ndly year, h is liberal hands Have lavished all his 6tore, .And shall wo turn from where ho stands, Because he pives no more? oh sta v.-oh stav. . 'One grateful hour, and then away. Days brightly came and calmly went While yet he was our frue.it; How cheerfully the week was spent! How sweet the seventh day's rest I Oh stay, oh stay, -One golden hour, and then away. . Dear friends were with us, gome who sleep Ileneath the coilin lid, '""What pleasant memories we keep Of ail they said and did 1 Oh, stay, oh e...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 December 1883

I". n n SO;.!cBCDY "HEAD" us. fl ' itotlt.t uiu-'t.j " . A ratable' contribution to the liiera mre cf the Speakership eainpuin has .ecn written to this o'lVse by a gentle 'pxtxn. who poiiessscool, clear judgment tcd u eminent for practical tnic-sraan-h)"p. It ii pithy and ' characteristic, .and the Chronicle co-nrGn.dJ it to its readers: Washijgton, D. C, Dec. 3. "Here we go, damn our fool soul?, somebody head U3.V That is the jituati m of our Southern Denaocfi We hare nere to-day a repetition of the folly of 18S0, when onr Jlepre.-entatives insisted upon theriht to carry their elave3 to the Territories, although there was not a single man who had any idea of ever coingto the Territoriei with his No-! groe. -VVe not .only lost tl e right to j carry them to the.' Territories by our; folly then, but lost thein in the States, i And now, in the faca of that foolishness ' we repeat it in trying to reform the Jariff when we only have the House and Seaate, with the President de id against ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 January 1884

I t A . 5- --- ! '8PEAK 1'0 THKM- go FORWARD PniLLiPSBUllG,' XAWgASiCTHWD Ah i i , FhiI!ip8ljlirgL!!cra!ifi Ft BL1SUED EtaaTTfltRSDAY. BY O F.FICi A LV DIB, EOT ORY I STATE ' OP jE-A-3SrS-&-S- ftovjernor . . G. W. Glick. Xlfrut. Uovenior,...,.--p.' W. .Finney. Secretary oiritate. ........ James diuuu. Acddor ........ ,.'...K. P. McCabe. iTtr.-.i...'v-....u..iTaHii ;i. : iff we.. t ; 1 - f . p b.-1 tjTp ctio n I, C ttpejsr? Atioxtiey G'enerair..-V:'A. JolinatonJ Public Prlnter:.".T D wight- Thatcher. V 6. Senators p B Piumb. District Judge.,... W. H. Pratt Ktite Beiiator.....-...."......Geo. H.-CBHe. .Veprefwntutive .W...HMcUrijle.. Cl'lc Dint. 'Court..-..U. A. 8pauldii)g Cctinty Clerks J. . .W. Lowe Hes'r.of Deeds... :.u:...Ititner 8mith.A Trea8urer.........:..;......:.D: Ii. .'Smith. Hhe rifT. .. , I oh a Woodrf. Hunt. Pub. Instructioiu.ir. A- M19 Probate Judge H. C. Bpaulding. Couuty Surveyor J. P. liarnard. Onty Attornvyv...,. Mcelroy. ''rwii ri .............. . . ..."" f lt ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 January 1884

r Kllppstog llorald. ' JANLJAkY 3. -' Trp.j; Tb ILtOiftUs bines ol the H tir eonJaliu iff btl'ag"' with ix eIuinsto the f0(; aubsritioo price $1.50 ir annum fn draoce. Th Doulab Eomex eoist ol four lsges orth reeaWi!tiou mui contain I1 the Kiit;I bJ Local Kewf. Arrival And Departure of Malts, Mail east aud weet via. C. B. "Mo. Pacific li.Ii:, arrives, 4 a. m. leaves .? ?o r in, daily. .., i Alma and Pbniipsbu.rg--Arrii'es 12 rrj,, Monday, V.Wednesdays and Fri days? leaWa 1 p m. : Long: Island and Phlllipsburg Ar - rives 1- m. and leaves 1 p. in., on Tuesdays, Thursdays ami Saturdays. . '-JNTance and PhillipshurK Arrives 4 p." Tuesdays and Fridays : leaves ,t)a. m.-, .Wednesdays and Saturdays. ' TWasneravilleAud Philllpsburg--Ar-rive- i, m and leaves 3 p. in. on Tucada var Saturdays. INist-Office-,H ours Opens 8 a in, clones atiSplri: Sundays "opens 9 a in, .iiiid closes, 7 p m, closes 10 a m and 7.30 p iii. i'ftinhey order business closes ai ti p in. No money r order or register lct...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 January 1884

-'V. V, 4 3 JANUARY 3. Secret Societies. .!. O. O. F. vTUljp?anr Lodge No. IGo. meets rery Wed -cs4y VJaitiug brethren cordially iavuflt to "attaad, -1 ' ... - : W. AoKESOXf.I". O. , '; ' 1 ' '"A F.-and A.T.T. , ' -. tlkillipsburir Loge number 1&4. meets erery Saturday-on or bior h full nioru ishing trethrrn eordiiiliy iurited to attend. J. U- Otthart.Bes'y. F. TjI.Dctcheb, W M. '' ' ' " ; K.of P. ' ' Cr?ertt Lodcro cntuber 42. meets every Slon- ihj vetoiim.:,lVijitm.rbreUirencwr4iitliy iavit- :'-d 16 7ttnd, ':" DaTIO ilASKKB CC. ' .. JikioBl K of R n'i S. ; -v . -.'-Q-'A' R. -rhillii-fburg Port number 7 meets Saturday Iter tail mooi, VUitinK comrade always 9. W. Lowe, Adj, . Church Directory. lLBiChnnbHevj W. K-. Allen, every alter i.ale FabLath at 11 A'clock A. and 1i o'clock 1. M. ctiutueiiciDg May 5ih ISfc-. rrefbytertai. Rev, Theo Brncjcen every second ad fourth BtiVbatLs at 11 o'clock A.' M. Alter nate at 8 p- m. Alternate at 1H p. m. IWonaLbatk SchoolEvery Lfcib. afcjO. p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 January 1884

of - ft.x rvrYt iiViinf nrTT jot ttilLNje'a ofiicial letter in which he resigned tbe jxsJoffice at I,arim:Q ,City, poa-jwrpiG Divan, Lauamik CiTr, M?'C:k'h&0 October 11883. To tifJrcaldent of ,u United t,atc: Sin.. I beg leave at this time to offi cially tender my resignation M postmas ter at this plff, and in dua forra.to.de liver the great seal and the key It the front ,door pi the ofiiqe. T.he safe com bination is et o,i the numberg ,$2, 66, and V9, though I do not remember at :thismokment wfcich comes &rst, or hoyr nany t nes you revolve t the knob, or which, direction yon 'should' turn- it jat -first in order to make it operate!-:. w . '., .. .' There is sons fining sX-fiX in my iiyate drawer in the safe, which I have libt yet.rcmoved, Thii 8tock"you 'may Jjave, if you .doMre it. Jt is a luxury, but yon may have it: 1 have decided to keep jt horse instead of thb mining stock. The horre may. not be so pretty, but it will fiPil less to keep him. You, will find the postal-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 January 1884

' T"1 TT TT SPKAK 'J O TUBilVX THAT THEY GO FOliWAKD. FCX Iftly? VI. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, ISS4. NUMBER 0. URG I' Fhillipsljiirg Herald,; PUBLISHED IMIX THURSDAY, : IIY OFFICIAL DIRECTORY 3TATB OIF jECA-HSTS-AJS. Governor Ci. W. Glick. Lieut. Governor D. W. Finney. Uecrerary of Stat?.... James Smith. Auditor E. P. McCabe. Treasurer Sam. T. Howe. Bupt. Pul. Instruction H. C. Speer. Attorney' Generul...W. A.-vJohnston. Public Printer.. .T. Dwight Thatcher. - 4. fJ. J. IntrallM. U. S. Senators.. p B pi?unb. .3i3:xi,x,i:e3 cotriTT -sr. THatriet Judpe '. W. H. Pratt State Senator. .Geo. H. Case. vpresentative W. H. MeBride Cx'K Dint. Court G. A. Spaulding. County Clerk J. W. Lowe. Keg'r of Deeds .....llitner Smith. Treasurer D. L. Smith. herifT.. Tohn "Woods. Supt. Pub. Instruction. ..C. A. Lewis. Probate Judge. H. C. Spaulding. County Surveyor J. P. Barnard. County Attorney S. W. McElroy. Coroner ilHt Dint, H. Moulton. 2d Dist -J. H. Close. Sd Dist,...L. P. Johr so...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 January 1884

TI1E MISSISSIPPI RIVER. tteport of the Commission for tlie Past Tear Satisfactory Results of the Work at All 2'oints ltecommcnriations'and Estimates for a National System of Levees Congress Asked to Give the Commission Power to Condemn Material. Washington, Dec. 23. The report of the Mississippi River Com mission, giving the progress of surveys and examinations in the improvement of that river since Dec. 1, 1SS2, was submitted to the Secretary of War to-day. It says : At the date of tha last annual report, Decem ber of last year, work bad been fairly in augurated on Plum Point and Lake Provi dence reaches ; also in the vicinity of Mem pi. U and Vicksburg. Throughout Decem ber and January work was pushed with j-reat vigor at Plum Point and Lake Provi dence. A considerable amount of mattress work was lost; an uncompleted pile of dikes also suffered considerable from ac cumulation of drifts and strong current. High water prevailed continuously until tho end of July. During this period ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 January 1884

0 4 0 hi J H y 1 OF GESEKAL INTEREST. In 1846 there were no postage stamps in - the United "States. Chicago Tribune. t "Zach" Chandler's old house in "Washington is now occupied by the Chinese Embassy. Over three million acres of forests in the Adirondacks are now owned by private individuals and corporations, while the Slate owns but one hundred thousand. Troy (N. Y.) limes. m A Cleveland woman having secured divorces from two husbands, with alimony aggregating $100,000. has married a young man and is supporting him in good style. Cleveland Leader. It is said that the Emperor of Bra zil has given Professor Lacerda $20,- 000 for his discovery of permangante of potassium, hypoderniically injected, as an antidote for the bite of the corba. The fashionable New York girl is now accompanied on her promenades by a big New Foundlandor St, Bernard dog, which is a great improvement on the dude, and the pug puppy. N. Y. Herald. The nobility of England are all torn up in mind. The Marquis of L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 January 1884

Phiilips!jiirg Herald. JANUARY 10. Torus: The Rkoular E ditigs ot the Hr.E akd ooc tains ipht pftea with fix olurnsa to thm Ii&ga; subscription rice $1.50 por annum in fcdvauee. Th, Dollar Edition consists ot four pages of the regular edition ami cob tain a all the Editorial anJ Local NTew. Arrlval and Departure of Malls, Mail east and west via. C. B. Mo. Pacific R. H., arrives, 4 a in, leaves 30pm, daily. Aliua and Phillipnburg Arrives 12 ra, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days; leaves 1pm. Long Island and Phil lipsburg Ar rives 12 m. and leaves 1 p. ru., on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Nance and Phillipsburg Arrives 4 p. m., Tuesdays and Fridays ; leaves -8 a. ra.t Wednesdays and Saturdays. Wagnersvillc and Phillipsburg Ar rives p. m. and leaves 3 p. m. on; TuescL'i38 Saturdays. Post-Oflioe Hours Opens 8 am, closes at 8 p m. Sundays open 0 a in, and closes 7 p m, closes 10 a m and 7.3u p rn. Money order business closes at tJ p m. No money order or register Jtter business tr...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 January 1884

illipsburg Herald. i ill JANUARY 10. Secret Societies. I. O. O. F. Phi hpshui-ft Lodge No. 165. meets every Wed nesday. Visiting brethren cordially inviied to ttnd. XV. V . AxDKaso, & . ii . F. X.M.Dutcber, Rec. ?ec'y. A. F. and A.M. PLillipabore Lone number lf4. meets verj Saturday on or before the lull uoo-o. vision fcrethreu cordially invited to attend. J. G Utpbart, Be;'y- h T. 1. Dutchkr, W M. K, of P. Crenent Lodge number 42. meets every Mon day evening. Visaing brethren cordially invit d to attend, David AIaxkkk C.C J. Jackson, K of It n'i S- a. a- r. Phi'.lirtbnrg Poet number. 7 meeti Saturday after fall moon, Viaiting comrades always welcome. Isa?. K. -train, p (J. J. W. Lowe, Adj, Church Directory. M. E. Church Hev, it- Allen, every alter rate frabbatn at JI o ciock a. m ana o cloi K P. M. commenciDg Aiay ih 1882. Presbyterian Rev. Tbeo Bracken every second Bd fourth eakbaths at 11 o'clock A. M. Alter nate at 8 p. m. Alternate at 7 p.m. Union Sabbath School Every tabba...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 January 1884

PHILLIPSBURG HERALD. PUBLISHED BY Herald Publishing Association. PHILLIPSBURG. KANSAS. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Nowg from Every where. " Minister Lowell hag resigned the Rectorship of St. Andrew's University. Railway foreclosures last year cov ered eighteen roads with 1,331 miles of track. The collieries of the Reading (Pa.) Company at Wilkesbarre resumed full time work on the 31st. Marseille!?, Havre and Bordeaux are the three ports at which American pork will be admitted to France. The National debt less cash in Treas ury is .$1,493,041,723. The actual reduction lor December was $11,743,337. The Navy Yard Commission gives the country an impressivo warning of the dangers of foreign great guns. The Bond trial at Ilillsboro, 111., re sulted in the acquittal of the accused Montgomery, Pettus and Clementi. The House Military Committee will report favorably the Fitz John Porter bill which passed the Senate at the last ses sion. The report of the committee appoint ed to prepare an improved pla...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 January 1884

PHILLIPSBURG- HERALD. PUBLISHED Bt Herald Publishing Association. THILLIPSBURG. KANSAS. CHRISTENING THE HOME. Tho final blow was struck to-day, The iinal nail was driven; "The last young- workman's g-ot his pay. Picked up his screws and chisels nay, -Just touched his cap and jrone away, And left us hire, thank Heaven! It's bare, but we'll dispense to-nig-ht With hanjrins and stamped leather; .I'll start a blaze and strike a light, .And brin- our basket for a bite, And you shall spread the board aright, And well, we're here together. That bench is just the seat for two He careful while I move it; I'll fold my cot across for you Don't mind a littlo paint and due. 'There! what could old Cornelius do (Forgive me!) to improve it? .And so it's done it's really done, Past making or refusing; Another widening life Lectin, And all our doubtful fancies rua To solid walls in wind and sun, Our own, and of our choosingl Imagine this in p-old and pray. The happy heart n-glitter, "Thick stuffs to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 January 1884

Yi fpR THE FABl'ER. Sowing Grass Seed. Tt2s revolts of sowing grass seed ar$ generally Jess satisfactory han in ,tle 'cae of any kiiyl.oi jgra;n. Jfot .nEre .quently several pilars per acre are ex pended i'e a field grass, and rjp re,tyrn 49 m$e for t&e jQoi&y. A ,litIo grass apars the rpxt eea3pljntand ;a large innnier.qf weeds. .Tr,e is a ipsspjf $rop, and the .land becomes a fnirery for undesirable v.egetatio. TJbe cauM of failure to establish a gqqpV st&rlof grass are numerous. jia of .the ,mo8t pvominen t is poor seed, luh if the Feed is poor when t-he stalks that j .reduced it are cut. Much more becomes jiajured , while the stalks are being cured or while they are in the i tack, ft is likely .that a still larger quantity becomes r.uined after t is I tlhr3hed, and j.s fcored' in buddings. ! Moihture(is the. most recjuent .cause' of injury: stiU otberirents affect it unfa vorably . Sometimes tit is easy for the experienced eye to discern thajf inS seed aie injured. I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 January 1884

hmm mmm i mimm in inn mi ttimiihi i. n-mig, , n imirmm ill SPEAK TO THEM THAT;.TH ICY GO FORWAHD. VOL UME VI. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, TBTURSDAY, JANUARY 17, ISSJ.. NUMBER 10. ' Piiillipsbiirg Herald, FEBLISBE9 EVESI TEIRSDIT, BY OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE OIF1 KAU8A8. Governor G. W. Gllck. Lieut. Governor D. W. Finney. Secretary of iState.., James Smith. Auditor E. P. McCabe. Treasurer Bam. T. Howe. Bupt. Pub. Instruction H. C. Speer. Attorney General W. A., Johnston. Public Printer...T. Dwight Thatcher, U. k: Senators... SSSSfe District Judge..... W. H. Pratt Btate Senator a. Geo. H. Case. v "preventative ..W. H. MeBride CrK Dist. Court G. A. Spaulding. County Clerk J, v. Lowe. Heg'r of Deods L Ritner Smith. Treasurer D. L. Smith. Bherifi'.. , ...lobn Woods. Bupt. Pub. Instruction. ..C. A. Lewis. Probate Judge H. C. Spaulding. County Surveyor ;.J. P. Barnard. County Attorney B. W. McEiroy. Coroner ( 1st Dit H. Moulton. CoumiJs'raJ 2d Dint J. H. Close. ?d Dit,...Ii. P. Joht son. 8upt. P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 January 1884

A. Floating Tlicatcr Proposed. A startling innovation is td be intro--duced into the histrionic world in the shape of a floating theater company. A certificate was filed Wednesday in the County Clerk's office at New York in corporating the company. The capital is placed at $1,000,000, to be divided in to one hundred thousand scares. The first boat, designed by Mr. R. M. Frycr is to bebuilton the catamaran principle, and the structure will be supported on two steel C3'lmders of twenty feet each. The dimensions will be two hundred and seventy-six feet in length by sixty-five feet in width. The motive power will be a compound engine of twenty-live .hundred horse power, while the draft will be seven and a half feet. State Toom accommodation for a company of one hundred will be provided, while the seating capacity of the theater itself, in- eluding parquet and two balconies, will be for fifteen hundred people. The par quet is to be on the front of the vessel, taking up little more than o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 January 1884

A Story o Jndjc Poland. Here is a good story about Judge Poland, of Vermont, who turns up in Congress after having been in obscurity since he was snowed under in 1874. The Judge Avears now the same old swallow tail coat with brass buttons that warmed him ten years ago. When is he so dressed, with his white hair and smoothly-shaven face, he bears a certain resemblance to the picture of George Washington. The Judge is very proud of this, and his friends know it. Well, one day he had a party of Verraonters at the White House and happened to be in the east room, which was completely shaded by the heavy curtains. A comfortable looking Quaker, with his wife and two children, entered the farther end in their sight-seeing rounds. In a corner near the Judge stood a full-length picture frame leaning against the wall. "Get behind that frame," said one of his party, "and we'll tell these people that it's a picture of Washington." The Judge stepped briskly into place. Slowly the Quaker and his b...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 January 1884

HilipsJwg Herald, January it. Terms: ItMciiH li itTto ot the Hkk j eovtaiDi oifht VK.?.!' c-lumxjs to the f&g nabucriptton rrlce $1.50 ier annum in dync. Tb Dollar rjiTiex consist ol faur ,fe,of the regular djljon an4 coBtains p.11 the Mitoiial and Local ts'ew.e. Arrive c.nc! Departure of Mails, fcall east and weot via. C. B. Mq. Pacific t. R., arrives, 4 a m. leaves . SO J3?, dily. Alrua and jPhJlripsburg-r-Arrives 12 jq, Monday, Wednesdays and Fri days; leavtH 1 p m. Long Island and PhillipftUurg Ar rived lii in. and leaven 1 p. m., on Tuesdays, Th urdaj and a u relays. Nance and Phi Hamburg Arrives 4 p. yu'days and Fridays ; leaves S&.fix., V'ledji,e,day9 and Saturdays. WaKwersvillc and Phillipsburg Ar rives 1 p. ra. and' Reaves 3 p. in. on Tuesday Saturdays. Post-Office Hours Opens $ a rn, cloaeM atSpm. Sunday opens ) a in, and closes 7 p m, closer 10 a in and 7.30 w. Money order business closes at ,U p m. No money order or register Utter business transacted Sunday. H. V...

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