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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 9 November 1882

Ph URG ERALD. SPEAK TO THEM THAT THEY GO FORWARD." Published by herald publisking association PHILLIP SBTJRG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1882. VOL. V. NO. 3. "LLIPSB E. & ED. E. DAVIS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, rniLLirsBuuG, kan. Will practice in all the courts of the State. Special attention given to collections. L. L. WHITNEY, Physician and Surgeon. Surgery and Chronic diseases a specialty, f PIIILLIPSBURG, KANSAS. i A. B. IIOUCK, ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN. Office In City Drug Store, east side rublio Square. All calls promptly attended to day or night. nilLLIPSBURQ, KANSAS. ! THE IOWA HOUSE, JOSEPH GRIFFITH, rrop'r. Located on the N.W. Corner Public Square, Phillipsburg Kansas. Good acconunodations. Kates reasonable. DONCAULOS & SON, Attorneys at Law . ana Land Agents, "Will practice in all the courts of the Fifteenth Judicial District. Business before the United Mates Lund Ollice a specialty. Land warrants at reasonable rates. Olhc'e opposite United fctatcs Land omce, . kirwin, kansa...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 9 November 1882

Fhillipsburs Herald. WILLIAM BISSELL, Editor. THE RESULT. In Kansas, Qlick is elected hy.a plur ality over Kt. John of about 10,000 with fill the balance of the State ticket and all Congressmen Republican, but close In Haskel's district. In Pennsylvania the Democrats elect Governor by a plurality of 30,000. A Democratic Governor is elected in New York by 170,000 majority. The half breed Re publicans all going to the Democrats, but a portion of the Republican State ticket is elected. Michigan, like Kan sas and Massachusetts elects a Demo cratic Governor, and other State offi cers Republican. The Democrats have ma7e large gains in Congressmen and will have u large majority in the next House and will elect several U. S. Senators and possibly make that Democratic. In thU county John Bissellis elect ed Representative, II. C. Spaulding, Probate Jude; G. A. Spaulding, Clerk District Court; C A. Lewis, Superintendent, all Republican. S. "V. MeElroy, County Attorney and J. V. Close Commissio...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 9 November 1882

Piiillicslwg Herald. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. NOTICE. In ordtv to qvte the. Herald a general circulation, tn Phillip County we nthorize the Post Masters of Phillips County to act as our Agents, m talking nub tcript 'ions for the Herald, and we dc agree to pay them a liberal compensation for their trouble ClxuroJO. Directory. M. E. Church Rer. J. Bruoourt, every see cnd and fourth Sabbath t7X o'clock p. m., al ternate 11 o'clock p. m. Baptist. Rev- W. C. Archer, every first Sab bath at 11 o'clock a. m-and 7H o'clock p.m. Every third Sabbath at 7.H p. m. Presbyterian : Rev Joseph Prtterson, every second ana tour to, babbata at 11 o clock a. m A Kern arc at 8 p. in. Alternate at 7.54 p. m Uiuvemalist. Rev. S. Bishop, everp third Sabbath at 1 1 o'clock a. nt. Union isabbuth School. Every Sabbath at 10 o clock a. in. Union Prayer Meeting. Every Thursday eve ninj. Arrival and Departure of the .Mails. The mail? arrive and depart from Phi'.lpsburg aa followa: Mail lorC. B-, Mo. P. R. R., east...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 9 November 1882

PHILLIPSBURG HERALD. rubUtfecd by Herald Publishing Association. PIIILLIPSBUUG, KANSAS. UER MAJESTY CHRIS TINE, I am sewnty, pray anl staid; Hove well a little maid. Ami ehe rules me like a queen. Flio bus such a royal way. "Whatsoever she may say, 1 am eager to obey Her small Majesty Christine. Fhe has robes of wondrous whito, She ha.- sashes gay and bright. Lace and ribbon for a queen; Golden crown is not so fair As her crown of gold,;n hair. Ah, what maiden can compare With her Majesty Christine 1 I have seventy summers told; he's exactly five years old; Promptly still obeys mamma, Tint no one has ever seen Hucb a slave to any queen As 1 am to sweet Christine When she calls mo grandpar. Maru A. Itarr, in Harper ' ii cchly. COMETS. rrof. rrortnr views Aliout Comets ant) vnelr Peculiarities. To th9 JYlitor of the yew York Herald: During the last two years many comets, some of them bright ones, have been seen, and from all sides the question reaches me, Do we know more about comets ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 16 November 1882

7 HILLIP Herald SBuRG " SPEAK TO THEM THAT THEY GO FORWARD." PuMished by herald publishing association. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1882. VOL. V. NO. 4. E. & ED. E. DAVIS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, rHILLIPSBURG, KAN. Will practice In all the courts of the State. Special attention given to collections. L. L. WHITNEY, Physician and Surgeon. Surgery and Chronic diseases a specialty. MILLirSBURG, KANSAS. A. B. IlOUCK, ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN. Ofllce in City Drug Store, east side Public fkmaro. All calls promptly attended to day or might. rilLLLIPSBUItG, KANSAS. THE IOWA HOUSE, JOSEPH ORIFFITU, Trop'r. ' Located on the N.W. Corner Public Square, Phillip sburg Kansas. Good accommodations. Hates reasonable. - DONCARLOS & SON, Attorneys at Law and Land Agents, 'Will practice in all the courts of the Fifteenth Judioial District. Business before tlio United :tutes Land Otllce a specialty. Lund warrants iat reasonable rates. Omce opposite United fctates Land Ollice, laRWIN, KANSAS....

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 16 November 1882

Pliipsburg Herald. WILLIAM BISSELL, Editor. tgUJ. B. Carney, Republican, Is elected Representative in Osborne Co. Instead, of W. A Copper, Greenbacker, as reported, by 24 votes. Thu leaves 10 Qreenbackers in the House. tSJamea O. Blaine has positively refused to let his name be used in con nection with the Presidency in 1884. This will take the wind out of the alls of many a poor fellow. Egi.lt is said that some- of the anti Bt. Johnites of Atchison are threat ening to "boy-cott" the Champion for the support it gave the Republican ticket. Don't you do it fellows ; you would come out second best unless we miss our guess. tQ-One Senator Ingalls, of Kansas, bothered Senator Logan by repeated ly moving amend men ts to one of the latter's bills. Logan, becoming exas perated, said : "I believe the Senator would amend the Lord's Prayer." Certainly," xetorted Ingalls, "I move t amend after the word "bread" a whole bill of fare. EJSam Wood in his State Journal of the 9th hoists the name of B...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 16 November 1882

Philli8&orgJ6ra!l, OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. NOTICE.In ordir f gtte the Herat o general circulation, in Phillip Covnty ve ithcrize the Pott Master of Phillip County to act a our Agent, in taking tub tcriptionsfor the Herald, and tee dc agree t pay them a liberal compensation for their trouble Church Dir-ectory. M. E, Cbureta Rev. J. Bniconrt, every sea ted and fourth Sabbath at 7 A o'oloek p. m., al ternate 11 o'clock p. m. Baptiot. Rer. W. C. Archer, every first Bab bAth at 11 o'clock a. m-And 1H o'clock p.m. Every third Sabbath at 7 p. m. Presbyterian : Rev Joseph Prtterson, every tecond and fourth Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. m Alternare at 8 p. m. Alternate at 7X p. m. Universe list. llev. S- Bbhop, everp third gabbath at 11 o'clock a. m. "... L'Dion Sabbath School Every Sabbath at 10 'clock a. in. , Union Prayer Meeting. Every Thursday eve sisf. Arrival and Departure of trie Aails. . The mails arrive and depart from Phi'.Ipeburg aj follows: Mail for C. B-, Mo. P. R. R-, east and v...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 16 November 1882

PEELLIPSBURG HERALD. Published by Herald Publishing Association. PHILLirSBURG, - - KANSAS. BIMIL1A., In sweetest rerdure near my home A roso-busn -rrows to glad my eye; Its Bpro'idin-r brunches form a dome As perfect Hi tho archiu-r sky. Its leaves are soft ami blithely a-reen, As virgin snow its blossoms white. Its rose? blush the lovely sheen Of Nature bathed In morning light: The sunshine gives their perfumed aigrh. And breezes kiss them passing by. My bush, with love and light aglow, i childhood's dream of long a,o. One day a lowly larva sped With toiling stretches toward my pet; Anon it stopped and raised its head. As 'twere to gauge the distance yet. At last it gained Its sroal of love. And climbed with eager baste and keen Until it reached a branch above. And rested there in joy serene. Itthought: "No more the earth I'll tread; I'll wait my wings in pleasure's bed." Ah me, poor grub," I said, with tear. "'Twaa thus I spent my early years." Ere long this child of sun and rose....

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 23 November 1882

p HILLIPSBUR s:Wi Hf.ratb " SPEAK TO THEM THAT THEY GO FORWARD." rubi.shCabyiiKKAi.i) ppblisuing association. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1882. VOL. V.-NQ. 5. ij. iv, rii. r,- v i 7n i i m i i w I i r, -w--w- i v im - i AmrPADATWO AmT ATTT wuihii.ni IUB IUU. Ja. X WVli 111 0 ill JUii W, miLLIPSBURO, KAN. Will practice in all the courts of the State evttiiu Mwuviungirtta to collections. I- L. L. WHITNEY, Fhysk 5an and Surgeon. . Surgery and Chronic diseases a specialty. ! PIIILLirSBURG, KANSAS. a: B. HOUCK, ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN o in yjny xJTug otore, ease siue ruono 8quare. All calls promptly attended to day r Jil.rlif- miLLIPSBURG, KANSAS. THE IOWA HOUSE, JOSEPH GRIFFITH, Tpopr. ! Located on the N.W. Corner Public Square, Phillipaburg Kansas. Good accommodations. Bates reasonable ( DONCARLOS & SON, 'Attorneys at Law and Land Agents, Will practice in all the courts of the Fifteenth Jll(li'iAl DisfllOh Tlnaltixiid 1.. F.rv it. a ,,1 states Land Office a specialty. L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 23 November 1882

v! JMIipsburgr Herald.-- WILLIAM BISSELL, Editor. 2s j lick is Governor jTOclainivth not. Why? and St. John qvJTic W infield .Courier" believes that the next legislature won? be jubt i fied in a resubmission of tbe prohibitory amendment, but that the reaction of two years of free whisky would result in the amendment carrying by a majority lar ger than before. W s( Just as Boon aVtlere is anything like a chance for Democratic eupieraacy "Brick" Pomery flops from independ ence, assumed for temporary pnrposes, to the old eatanic host. : He is now once more a shouting "Dimmycrat'" X ESJThe Leavenworth "Times" of the 15th, published the letter of Charles Robinson to Ulick's ratification at that city which was received too late to be read. Ic only proves how much of a "fraud" and ''tool" the old man is will ing to make of himself. lie talks about the election proving that the people were . forgetting the past and grapling with living issues, while in fact ho, with the bourbon crew, have b...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 23 November 1882

0 7 PhilHpurgHerafdi OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. NOTICE. In ordir to ptte t?ic Herali a general circulation, tn Phillips Count; tre ruthorize the Pout Masters of Phillis County to act as ovr Agents, in taking sub tcriptionsfor the Herald, and we dc agree ta pay ttem a liberal compensation-for their trouble C'liurori Directory. M. E, Church Itev. J. Bnicourt, erery eee r.nd and fourth Sabbath at7Ji o'clock p. in., al ternate 11 o'clock p. in. laili?t. Rev- W. C. Archer, every first Sab bath at 11 o'clock a. in-and 7 o'clock p. in. livery third Sabbath at7X p.m. Presbyterian : Rev loxeph l'rtterson, very second and fourth Sabbath ut 11 o'clock a, m Alternarc at 8 p. id. Altercate nt 74 p, oi- Universalis. liev. S. Bishop, ererp third nbLathat It o'clock a. ni. Union Sabbath School. Every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. in. Union Prayer Meeting. Every Thursday eve Bins. the Mailt The tnailr arrive and depart from Phi'lpsburg as follows: Alait lorC. Mo. P. It. B., cast and wept, and Marvin, leaves ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 23 November 1882

PHILLIPSBURG HERALD. PnblUlied by llerald Publishing Association. PHILLIPSBURG, - - KANSAS. The neloderau Uelodcrma horridum is the technical name which has been bestowed on the poisonous lizard. For simplicity's sake we will call it the heloderm. It is a handsome creature, and its general hue and appearance strike the attention at once; rather over afoot in length, with a body as thick as a man's wrist; the ground color a warm pale j-ellow, cov ered with a network pattern of dark brownish lines; the tail large, stumpy and encircled with double rings; muzzle, black. At first it refused grapes, banana, lettuce, carrot, minced meat, cock roaches, frogs, lizards, slow-worms, mice and rats; all of which were tendered to it for food; it, however, devoured a couple of eggs. Harmless as all other lizards are supposed to be, the mouth of the heloderm reveals a dental arrange ment totally at variance with all one's preconceived ideas, every tooth appear ing fo be grooved as in the case of th...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 November 1882

p HILL SPEAK TO THEM THAT THEY GO FORWARD.' Published by HERALD PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY; NOVEMBER 30, 1882. VOL. V. NO. 6. PSBURG E. & ED. E. DAVIS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, rHILLIPSBUUG, KAN. Will practice in all the courts of the State. Special attention given to collections. L. L. WHITNEY, Physician and Surgeon. 8urgery and Chronic diseases a specialty. PIIILLIPSBURG, KANSAS. A.B. HOUCK, ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN. Offloe In City Drug 8tore, east side Public Square. All calls promptly attended to day or night. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS. THE IOWA HOUSE, JOSEPH GRIFFITH, Trop'r. Located on the N.W. Corner Public Square, Phillipsbnrg Kansas. Good accommodations. Kates reasonable. DONCARLOS & SON, Attorneys at Law ani lani Agents, Will practice In all the courts of the Fifteenth Judicial District. Business before the United fctates Land Office a specialty. Land warrants at reasonable rates. Onice opposite United States Land Office, KIRWIN, KANSAS. stinson & Mce...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 November 1882

vv hiliipsburg -Herald. WILLIAM 1JISSELL, Editor---- taT'A'J cxcliaujre fays that a "young ludj of Oewi'go, N. Y., suecefcdetLJait v.itk iu uiakin 700 words witlTthe let t. is cout&ibetl iu the word 'conservatory.' 2TOf Tom O'.-hikree, Democratic lumber-elect to eyngre-a lroui Texas, a r".t t runrjy goid etorie ar told. Here is txia: Wbea a Keuiuckian boasted that there were Uut three really great Tula in the United Stales and he himself nan one of the three, the undaunted Tom uu faltering ly replied : 'I am the .oilier two." t&r The Oaa:e City Free Press nays time evens up all things. Iu le(J3 Gliek drew the plank iu the Dem ratio platform agaiubt negro suffrage fctiJ for a white man's government. In 3S33 he will draw hi tsallary an Gov ernor kd a warrant issued b McCabe, the colored auditor of the great State - ' .l:'A.mLL !.! tUnless we greatly mistake the 'sigua or the times, the members ot the Legislature who sro controlled Dy tho railroads will, with substantial unanim...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 November 1882

V A Pfiifllpsburg Herald, OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. NOTICE. In &rdr te give the Herald a general circulation, i n Phillip County ire rnlhorize tlie Post Masters of Phillips County to act as our Agents, in taLing nub scriptions for the Herald, and we dc agree to pay tliem a liberal compensation for their trovble- Oliurcti Dii'ectory. M. E. Church Rev. J. Boicourt, every sec cud and fourth Sabbath at 7Ji o'clock p. m., al ternate II o'clock p. in. Baptist. Rev. W. C. Archer, every first Sab bath at 11 o'clock a. in-ami 1 o'clock p.m. i Every third Sabbath at 1. p. in. Presbyterian : ltev Joseph Prtteraon,. every second and fourth Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. m AUernarc at 8 p. xn. Alternate at IX p. m- Universalis. Her. S Bishop, evcrp third Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. in. Union Sabbath. School. Every Sabbath at 10 'clock a. in. Union Prayer Meetinjr. Every Thursday eve ning. Arrival and Departure of the JVIaila. The tnaile arrive and depart from Phi'Jpgburg as follows: Mail forC. B-, Mo. P...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 November 1882

1.1 PHILLIPSBURG HEBALD. Published by Herald Publishing Association. PHILLIPSBURG, - - KANSAS. The Physical Condition of Inland Seas. At the Lowell Institute, Boston, the other evening', Drv William B. Carpenter lectured upon "The Phrsical Condition of Inland Seas." The "Caspian was the first to receive Dr. Carpenter's attention. Its depth, the speaker said, may be di vided into three portions the northern, middle and southern the former bein shallow, the second of greater depth and the third very deep. The surface of the Caspian is eighty-three feet below the surface of the ocean, and if the sea should be raised that eighty-three feet, it would overllow the steppes of Russia. There i3 but little rise in the territory of Russia. A vessel can go up the Volg3 and down the Dwina by a canal con necting their head waters into the AVhito Sea without ever passing through a lock. It is probable that the Caspian was formerly connected with the salt sea to the north. -It is a salt sea itself....

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 December 1882

1 IfT n K'TLJTT I TB JJ. 1 JUL-LJLJLJ: SPEAK TO THEM THAT THEY GO FORWARD." Published by HERALD PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION, PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1882. VOL. V NO. 7. SBURG E. & ED. E. DAVIS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, PHILLIPSBURG, KAN. WBl practice in all the courts of the State, fascial attention given to collections. I L. L. WHITNEY, Physician and Surgeon. Surgery and Chronia diseases a specialty. rniLLIPSDURG, KANSAS. A. B. HOUCK, ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN. Office A City Drug tore, east side Public Square. All calls promptly attended to day or nlglt. . . . ... ' PnujjpdBURQ, .KANSAS. . - ( THE IOWA HOUSE, JOSEPH GRIFFITH, Frop'r. located on the N.W. Corner Public Square, PMlHpsDurg Kansas. Good accommodations. Hates reasonable. DONCAULOS & SON, Attorneys at Law and Land Agents, Will practice li all the courts of the Fifteenth Judjtial Dlatvict. Business before the United Styes Lani Office a specialty. Land warrants A reasonable rates. Office opposite United tate Land O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 December 1882

PhiHipsborg Herald. AVILLIAM BISSELL, Editor. HE ISN'T VERY BAD. The Cbj L-u:tr "Tiroes" jiropououa the folkwioj couundruui : lh Iasvenworth "Times" ha commaneail an screiiT wsrfers sg Aiun CongrofKniia An 4 rum iiasa bis clctica. TLs suetiub irisei. if lha TiMts knew tbi r. A- was such a Lad kd, why ditl it out 1st ths psvrlo know of it tsfors tb elscttos ? We do nut lliitik. John A. Anderson ia a very bnd man ; on the contrary, we thi&L be has ar many virtues as the average huiuau tein; to-ctay. The only "aggressive warfare" we have waped sgaiost Mr. Purefcli's lepresenttitire in Congress has bec-n a protest against al Jwwicg the Democracy to n;iuic Mr. Plumb's successor. Mr. Audersoa's -nlj advocated ar the Kansas City Times" aud ita journalistic shadows ia thin state. Because a Democrat hap pened through Republican bluudciiri! to be elected governor, it doc uot nec Msarily follow that the Democrats slioald coi.trol the polities of this sate fur two years. We have no enmity g...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 December 1882

bilGgsbnrg'ilBraliL OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. JtOTlCBjln ordtr to ffite the Herat! a fenoral circulation, tn Phillips Cwntp ve "thorxit th Pott 21 at tor t of Phillijn County to act at our Agent t, in taking tub tori jftiont for the Herald, and we dc agree to pay Vuia a liberal eoinpentation for their trouble Church Dlvectory, M. E, Church Rer. J.' Boieourt, every Bee tad and fourth Sabbath ttlH o'clock p. m., al ternate 11 o'clock p. ra. JJaptiM. Rev. W. C. Archer, every firt Sab bath at 11 o'clock a. in-and 7H o'clock p.m. Xvary third Sabbath at 7X p. m. Presbyterian : Rev Ioeb Prtteraon, every aeeoad and fourth Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. m Alternarc at 8 a. ui. Altercate at 7X p. m- UniTeralit. Ker. S- Ubop, ererp third Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. ni. Union Sabbath School. Every Sabbath at 10 'clock a. id. Vale frsjer Meeting. Every Thursday eve fcisg. .Arrival anrl Departure of the .Mail. Tie mail arrive and depart from Phi'lpgburg aa folia wi: Mail forC. B-. Mo. P. R. B., east and reft...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 December 1882

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Continued rota Firti Page. ' placed in chiirirn of a depot of supplies at Cape Serdze, rotufninsr to his port irom St. Lawrence Hay across the ice in a b indinaj Know Htonn, was carrie 1 out to sea and lost, notwithstanding all efforts to rescue hi in. NAVAL KECOKSTKUCTIOIT. ' It appeara by the Secretary's report that the available naval force of the United States consists of thirty-seven cruisers, fourteen Kindle turreted monitors, built during the re bellion, a laro number of smooth-bore puns and parrot ririea, and eighty-seven rifled cunnon. The cruising vessels should be gradu ally replaced by iron or steel ships, the moni tors by modern armored vessels, and the ar liniment by high-power ritled guns. The re construction of our navy which was recom mended in my last message, was begun by Congress authorizing, in its recent act, the construction of two large unarmored steel vessels of the character recommended by the late navy advisory board and subject to the...

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