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

1'MRAiiM ' - SPKAkTO THKM THAT THRYjGO. FO.UW AWD. .. ' YUI. VI. NO 21. ' PHILLIPSHURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 18 8 J.. 1.50, In Advance. 3 I i. r Piiillipsburg Herald. rt'BLisaw imi larESDiv, BY ' . OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Governor O. W. Glick. Lieut. Governor... D. W. Finney. Secretary of State James Smith. Auditor.. E. I. McCabe. Treasurer .... Bam. T. Howe. Bupt. Pub. Instruction.. ...II. C. Speer. Attorney General. .. .X . A. Johnston. Public Printer...!'. Dwight Thatcher. i ' w. J J. J. Ingalls. U S. Senator..... t B.-Plumb. phlllips aounsTT it. District Judge W. H. Pratt- Ktate Senator Geo. H. Ca.se. -preMentHtive....:.i....W. H Mcliride C k Dist. Court. G. A. Spuulding. County Clerk....: J. W. Lowe. Keg'r of Deeds.. Kitner Smith. Treasurer D. L. Smith. Sheriff... ! lolin Woods. Supt. Pub. Instruction. ..C. A. Lewis. Probate Judge.... H C. Spaulding. County Surveyor W. B Stuber. County Attorney S. W. McEIroy. Coroner " 1 list Dist, H. Moulton. 2d Dist, J. H. Close. 3d Dist,.....

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 April 1884

ICH DENKE DEES. From the German of Gcethe. I think of thee when the roy morn Comes up the lea, When 6himnuTin? lights the East adorn And gild the sea. By the somtre night, when on my way, hark btorms arise, Thou art the star whose beauteous ray Illumines the skies. - I hear thee where the silvery wave Plays on the shore. In the silent wood I listening crave One wnisper more. I see thee, though thou art afar, And still are near, When comes the eve with dew-distilling btar, Art thou not here? AN IDVL. saw her first on a day i'i Spring, By the side of a stream, as I fished along, And loitered to hear the robins 6ing, And guessed at the secret they told in song. The apple-blossoms, so white and red, Were mirrored beneath in the streamlet's flow; And the sky was blue far overhead, And far in the depths of the brook below. I lay half hid by a mossy stone And looked in the water for flower and sky. I beard a step -1 was not alone; And the vision of loveliness met my eye. I saw her come to ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 April 1884

lVE STOCK SA2UTAKY CO 11 MISSION. ; Tnll Text of the Bill as Passed by the Leff- ldlature. Jt2 ACT. FOB THE PROTECTION OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS. C it enacted fte Legislature of the State of Kansas: Section 1. Three commissioners, to be appoint ed by the Governor, by and with the advice and ronsent of the Senate, 6hall constitute the Live fctock Sanitary Commission of the State of Kan sas. The Governor shall have the power to re move any member of the commission, and to fill any vacancy iu said commission. Before entering tipon the duties of his office, each commissioner shall take and subscribe the oath of office, and file the same with the Secretary of State; and each commissioner, before entering on the performance of his duties, shall execute a bond, tobe approved by the Executive Council, in tne sum of $2,000, conditioned that he will faithfully perform the duties of his office, and file the same with the Secretary of State. The term of office of said commissioners shall be for the p...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 April 1884

Philiipsbarg. Herald. AI'UIL- 3. T'ortru: Th RriClir V, niriof ot the !1(R xl.i i-or.tain eiRht ' with cluras to tb l-ajce ; suhj-rii'tion rrice S1.50 per ttnr.uiM in aJrnuce. Th Lt.i.Att Edition con.iit rl four Ihki-s ot thr reeulsir edition una'coiitaiLd all the Editvrinl an 1 Locul . New-. Arrival and Departure of Mails, Mail east anil went: via. C. B. Mo. Pacific II. 11., arrives, 4 a ru. leaves 7 :" p m, daily. Alniaand PhillipsViurs Arrives 12 m.t il outlays, Wednesdays and Fri days; leaves 1 p in. ' Long Inland and Phillipshurg Ar rive 1- in. awl leaves 1 p. ru., on Tuesdays, Thursdays and.Saturdars. Xrincojind Phil)ip8l)urr Arrives 4 p. ii., Tuesdays ami Fridays : leaves 8 a. in., Wednesdays and Saturdays. Wagneiv'Ulc and Phillipsbur Ar rives 2 p. in. and leaves 3 p. in. on Tuesdays Saturdays P.t-"ome;:Mtrs Opens 8 a m. closes at 8 p in. Sundays opens 9 ani. and closes 7 ) m, closes 10 a in and 7.o) p in; Money order business closes -ai tJ p in. No money order or register to...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 April 1884

'hiiiipsborg Herald. APRIL 3. Secret. Societies. i.o: o. f. PbiUipshurjc Lodge No.. lt.. tnets every W,e4 uesday. Visiting brethren O'l'diallv ioviied t .-Attend ' W. V . ADKttso, S. U. F. T.M.Dueber, Bee. ery, .A.'F. and A. M. rhillipebursr Loge i.uuibtir 14. meets erery Fittuiday on or lietore "he tit 1 1 nion. vicitiii Lrethren oordtiilly invited to attend. J. 0- (jephart. sej'y- P.. V. S. Lowe, W M K. of P. Credent -Tdp nutuber 42. meets every Mon dny evening. Vieiiiug brethren cordially invit cd to ittend. Uau ilAXKKa CO. J. Jackson, K of It ano S- G A- R. rk;ii;I.iV,t.rr Pt niimkor 7mnta Stnr,t iv ftT tull moon, Vieitiug comrades r'wuys wclcnnie. Frne -.Thais, P C. j."YV, Lowe. Adj. Church Directory. T. E.Ormnli hv, . U- Ilen, every alter nate -bl'j'h nt 11 o'cloc k A. M and 7; o'clock P. M. couixaeuciiig .Vny 6th 1SS2. Preybyteriaw "Rev. Then JJrncken every second and louith tuKbaths at 11 o'clock A. M. Alter Late at 8 p m. Alternate at 1H . in. Union Sabbath School Every Sat...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 April 1884

Published by AVILXIAM BISSTT.U PUIIXIPSBURG, - - KANSAS. NEWS SUMMARY. MISCELLANEOUS. ' St. Joseph is to have a $75,000 public .building. ' . Harvard has abolished the professorship oi Modern ureek. The Missouri river rose fifteen feet in one night at Yankton. The first through train from the City of i Mexico to cnicago leit March 22d. The indications are that the acreage of wheat will be materially diminished. The ice went out of the river at St. Paul without damage. The river was never clear bo early. Slosson has challenged Shaefler to play for the Balkline championship in Chicago, in May. The Sedgwick county, Ks.t corn was sold in Cincinnati at outside figures, the bidding being bribK. There were two shocks of earthquake at 8an Francisco, March 2Cth, one lasting fif teen seconds. A conference of the U. P. and C, B. & Q. officials, in Chicago, resulted in harmonious arrangements. WnrnPT WillinniQ whn A:nA o H-nHa To was five and a halt years of age and weighed over 200 pounds....

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 April 1884

KANSAS NEWS. One firm in Neodesha of corn a day. buys ICO load3 Rooks county wants to match BullCitv ibr a $100 foot race. Judge Nicholson of Council Grove ha3 been presented with a cane. Butler, county has its eighth living newspaper, the Benton Reporter. A new Masonic lodge has been organ ized at Leonard vilie, Riley county. The Germans of Cottonwood Falls are talking about organizing a Schiller Club. The editor of the Mankato Monitor had a well dug and had to go seventy-nine feet to get water. The Independent savs that Joseohus Paul was recently arrested for stealing a uorse in xiaisteaa. More land buyers are reported in Jef ferson county than have been seen there since the Osawakee land sales. Cherrvvale Globe-News: Not withstand in Centralia has work enough ahead to last several months, on buildings already contracted for, and such is the prosper ity of the city that if one half of the con templated buildings are erected, there will be work enough for as many more. Lawrence Jou...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 April 1884

WOMEN AT THE WHITE HOUSE. Peggy O'Neal The Woman Who Seriously Troubled Jackson's Cabinet. Peggv O'Neal, better known as Mr?. aton, is recalled by Mrs. Pa? ton in a very readable chapter. She was the pretty and vivacious, but not over-prudent, tavern-keeper's daughter in Wash ington, you know, who became the wife ol Gen'l Jackfn's secretary of war, aiid in whose tocial behalf the whole power of the Jackson administration was brought to bear with so much deteimi notion and with such unusual conse quences. The ladies of Yahi:igton made up their minds with one accord that Mrs. Eaton was an improper and unwcithy woman, and ihey would not call upon her nor recognize her in anj way as the wife of a cabinet minister. Gen'l Jackson took her part and be came her personal champion uing every means at his command to compel atten tion and consideration for her. 'I have had iu my hands." say s Mrs. Parton, 'hundreds of pages of manuscript in Gen'i Jackson writing, all relative to this affair." H...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 April 1884

FeiL-LiPS 8PKAK.TO THKM 'mAT 'i'HiiY.-GO-FOR'WAHD. k t. VOL VI. jYO. 22. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS; THURSDAY, APRIL 10; 184. $1.50, In Advance. PMlipslwrg Herald. miimd EYERI THCR8DAT, BY XjCC ft Editck. : en. : -iH " OFFICIAL, DIRECTORY- TATE OIF" KANSAS. Governor. G. W. Glide. X,ieut. Governor D. W. Finney. . Becretary of State James Smith. Auditor ...E. P. McCabe. Treasurer Bam. T. Howe. Supt. Pub. Instruction H. C. Speer, Atwmy General..... Wr. A. Johnston. Public Pxinter...T. Dwight Thatcher. & aLLLIPS COUNT "Y". District Judge...'. W. H. Pratf State Senator.; Geo. H. Case. Miresea&ttive W. H Me Bride x.. k Dist.Court G. A. Spauluing. County Clerk... J. W. Lowe. Reg'r of Deeds Hitner Smith. Treasurer. D. L. Smith. Siierili". lohn Woods. tJupt. Pub. Instruction. ..C. A. Lewis. Probate Aidge li C. Spaulding. County Surveyor W. B. Stuber. County Attorney 8. W. McElroy. Coroner O V Gaudy ilst Dist, li. Moulton. 2d Dist, J. H. Close. 3d Dist,...T. M. Bishop. Supt. Poor Farm I. E....

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 April 1884

ALONG THE OHIO. The river is up, the channel is deep, The wind blows steady and strong, Astraddle the roof we'll gloomily keep Our vigils while floating along. To people ashore it Is pleasant to think Of liie on the frolicsome wave. 'Tis awful to one without victuals and drink And a glimpse of a watery grave. You lubbers can prate of "waters bo blue " And winds " blowing steady and strong," But we who are swamped by this hcdlabuloo Are singing a different song. Eugene Field. THE THREAD OF GRAY. ELLEN P. ALLEETON. I have woven a braid, with patient toil 'Tis the work of many a day. There are colors bright, but through them all liana a thread of sober gray. Blue and golden and green and red I have blended as best I may : But through them all and binding them all, Kuna the thread of sober gray. The blue and the gold twine out and in, Like rainbow tints astray ; Then brilliant strands of green and red But always the thread of gray. I know the colors will fade in the sun, Growing fainter...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 April 1884

Impromptu Charades. An amusing home entertainment ia the acting of impromptu charades. These will interest the most quiet, and arouse the dormant either to suggest a word to 1 . , .1 4 11 J A. 1 A.l To be helpful and really amusing the charades should be impromptu; hours of strength and nerve force' are wasted in preparation for acting of amateur theatri cals. . II ours that . are needed in the home and schools are spent in learning the parts; costumes take time and money that are needed in other directions, and the excitement and exhaustion which precede and follow the production are harmful, and subtract much force that should be used in the legitimate business of life. The plays written for amateurs are rarely possessed of any merit; they usually compel those who take part to assume positions and relationships and allow liberties that are repugnant to re fined people. Impromptu charades de velop inventiveness, spontaneity and powersof observation. In presenting cha rades it is ne...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 April 1884

JriJt ry, A , art'- liwrtiA ii-A. a Piiifiicste Mi apiul'w. ?vriwi: Tli RKfjri.iR K iitiov 'f tho Mkr r i I.r ontitn fdzh' rie. v it !i ix c Iiuuv? to the j ."; -u''?Tii'tioit ir's 51.:'i .cr anruiir in j j'ivitn'f. 1 b D')M,h Eri7iv cnwt ol four ot the n4ul:ir c-iltiou :iit eoiitifix all FJic Klii'iiJal nlL.al Vows. 1 Arrival an ti Departure of Mails, I VMM ?Jaii eyst aud west via. C. li. Mo ' olliee and demousica ed to our tatis ael I'aoific IC. R., arrives, 1 bi, leaver, j on tu at Mr. tianii. cii's tr ends hetea- v in. d;;i'.v. .. ! b ut- beat tnv-and earnestly condemn Alina iMitl IMt-ilMpslvH-i-Arrlves 12 in. -UMidays, Veluertdays and Fri-la-VS; letives 1 in. Lo:i; Ishvnd and IMiiHipsburg Ar iveb 1:. ui. umi leaves 1 p. m., on 'Tueivtuy, Thursdays and . Sit t unlays. Xancvatd I'fYi II 'ipshnr 'Arrives 4 p. hi., T iu-days miti Fridays ; leaves H a.-nr.," -Wednesdays and Saturdays.- Wanersvillc and Phillipsbtirg Ar rives - p. in. and leaves 6 p. in. on Ttusuuys Saturdays.. , i' i...

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

i rnHllff iiwum'iitiMn p. j, ifnTumm m fhillipsbufg Herald. APRIL 10. Secret Societies. 1. O. O. F. Pbithpshurjr Lodj?e No. hVi. meets every Wl BesJny. Viailiug brethreu cordially invite l t attend W. v . Anderson, N. li. F. 1 ,M. Ilu'cher, pec. c'y. A. F. and A. M. Fhilhrsburar Lo-'ne i.umbt-r 14. meets every SHtuuJuy on or deiure 'he tttll tnu. vUiiiiitf ijretl.ri'ii cordially itiviled to attend. J.U- JfciLurt,se.;y. H. t". Lowk, VV M K.of P. - Crepent Lodp uii:br 42. meet every Mon . day evening. VieiiiiJK brethren Ctrlilly invit Cd to Uteiid. LaVU MaKKKU C.C J. Jttikson, K of Ji Rnn S. G A- R. rl.tllil.tV-iirrr Pr.kt n 11 I.- 7 mo.tl C rA- after lull Dicoo, Viaiiing cmui-mlc alwnyV j J. , Lone. Adj. Church Directory. t. E.f bur li I'.ev, . I;- Allen, every alfer-tutt- Mibl-i.th at 11 tt'eUn-k A. M and IU o'clock I'. Ai. ci u.uiti.cii K A ay C:b &-2. rrL tcriai. IJev. 1 li ttmoken every second mid lomtli i bulbs' at 11 o'clock A. AT. Alter lintentfcp tu. Alieriia'e at 7X p. i...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 April 1884

f . Published by WILLIAM IUSSELL. KULLIPSBUIIG, - - KANSAS. NEWS SUMMARY. MISCELLANEOUS. The public debt reduction for March was $15,000,000. Numerous wrecks are reported on the Atlantic coast. There are 117 insurance companies doing business in St. Louis. . The New York banks hold $7,725,450 in excess of legal requirements. Several cases of trichinosis have developed in Westmoreland county, Pa. The first through train from the City of Mexico to Chicago left March 22d. - Unusually high freshets in the New Eng land rivers are causing extensive damage. The bar of Kansas City will give Judge Brewer a reception at the regular May term. Dorsey tays he will tell the Springer com mittee all he knows about the star-route business. Business failures for the week ended March 2&th, were: In the United States 172; Canada 32. Orrin S. Todd, a farmer at Tolland, Con necticut, has died from -glanders, communi cated from a sick horse. A convention of managers of all the per manent expositions i...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 April 1884

KAMSAS MEWS. Emporia is tired of tramps. Enterprise is to have a new hotel. Parsons has an active Band of Hope Newton will have a furniture factory. Pleasanton is talking about water works. Mankato has had two coal famines in two weeks. .A third coal shaft has been put down at LaCygne. McPherson chickens are not allowed to run at large. . Burlingame is to have its Second Na tional Bank soon. An $11,000 court house i3 to be built at Westmoreland. has A Louisville printing office devil invented a telephone. "Washington county has a school popu lation of 6,550. The population of Seneca is less than two thousand. The Kansas Medical Society will meet at Topeka April 8th. Scarlet fever has broken out afresh in Altoona, Wilson county. Cowley county has 139 organized school districts and 118 school houses. W. S. Hanniford, of Hays City, has re cently lost two horses by poison. Senator Ingalla will deliver a lecturs at Wellington during the Summer. Two Burrton men recently indulged in a priz...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 April 1884

A RUNAWAY TRAIN. A Wild Trip oflOO Miles 4b Two Hours and a Half Without an Engine. Lincoln; Nb., April 3 The State Journal publishes the following: An in cdent which wo believe bai nerer had a parallel in railroad history occured on last Thursday on the 13. & M. railroad between thu city and Denver. Were it cot that this story comes from the most reliable source, we would unhesitatingly pronounce it a cana d . ' But we have it from a source which is a guarantee of its correctness. At an? rate it is a mat ter of record and can easily be verified, if ttiie, anddisproven if talse. It will be remembered that on Thurs day there was a wind which amounted almost to a tornado here, and was wore west of us. At Akron it unroofed the round bouse and did some other damage. A'tout 5 o'cioc'c in the evening, when the wind was at the strongest, it started a train of eiht box cars, loaded with coal, that were standing on a side track at that place. Twa brakes were set, but they were not enough...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 April 1884

spkakto thfom: that thky go forwahd. . VO L. VI. NO. 23. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APR I L 17, 1884. 81.50 In Advance. if-1 I I ; - i PtiiHipsburg Herald. v FtBLlSflED EVERY THURSDAY, BY OFFICIAL-DIRECTORY. STATE OIF1 ZKIHSTS-A-S- Governor CL W. Click. Lieut. Governor D. W. Finney. Secretary of State James Smith. AucMor E. P. McCabe. Treasurer Saui. T. Howe. Supt. Pul. Instruction II. C. Speer. Attmey General W. A. Johnston. Public Printer.. .T. Dwiglit Thatcher. U. S. Senators p j Plumb. District Judge. W. H. Pratt State Senator Geo. H. Case. Ppresentative V. H McBride tvk Dist. Court G. A. Spaulditig. County Clerk J. W. Lowe. Ileg'r of Deeds Kitner Smith. Treasurer D. L. Smith. Sheriff... John "Woods. Supt. Pub. Instruction. ..C. A. Lewis. Probate Judge ..II C. Spauldiug. County Surveyor W. B. Stuber.. County'Attorney S. W. McEIroy. Coroner - O W Gaudy 11st Dist, II. Moulton. 2d Dist, J. H. Close. 3d Dist,...T. M. Bishop. Supt. Poor Farm I. E. Dixon. District Curt fiits the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 April 1884

"FOUND DEAD IN THE TOMBS." BY GEORGE EUS3ELL JACKSON. The rollowing verses were suggested by an Item in a daily paper to the effect that a young woman, arrested and locked up in a cell at night, was found dead in the morning when the officers went to take her before the court. They were written some years ago : "Found dead in the Tombs; found dead in her cell." How lightly the words were spoken! What she suffered or said, there s no one to tell, . Or how her lile'a last link was broken. All that they know, all they can tell '.Found dead in the Tombs; found dead in her cell." "Found dead in the Tombs," the newspapers said, No friends around her or near her, 8he passed away to the land of the dead With no word of comfort to cheer her, No one to whisper a last fond farewell; Alone and unseen she died in uer cell. "Found dead in the Tombs," let us hope for the Though she died in a cell, cold and dreary, She may have found pardon and entered the rest Prepared for the worn and the weary, ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 April 1884

ITAIiM AW) HOUSEHOLD. Hints That Will lo Founl Useful to the fanner tin d Ilia FamUj. Uniformity of temperature, whether artificial or natural, is the condition under which the best wool is always grown. Use as much pains . in breeding your hives of bees as you do in breeding your hogs or cattle, if you want the best; of results. .. The vast quantity of 22,481 ,946 bushels of grain are reported to be in store and afloat at Chicago. This is nearly 50 per cent of the entire visible supply in this country. The value of the pork exported from this country in the fiscal year ending June 30th, 1883, was $70,000,000. Thus there are 70,000,000 excellent reasons why it is "not desirable for foreign coun tries to exclude our pork. Give all your drone comb to your best swarms and make them rear the drones. Do nor let the inferior swarms have any drone comb at all, and then you will see a change in your bees, and then you can feel that you are boss and not the bees. In answer to a question as t...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 April 1884

' ffBrMi i n in ii m "a.iif irTVn. ;-yyn tt - t - . Pfilllmsburg Herald, APRIL 1? "3". of a ina.n who is and has been id '.ratified i. with our home interests as -against man v. ho has been only a professional are set fai th by those who are enjoying poinitian, and as t r sition from time Trrna: Tli Rkqclap. 8 uiTroN fit tbe Hk i! contains eiplit !sres with ix c!umsn to tk tvKe ; .4ttti4cripti'u price $1.50 pr actum in tt-lraiicf. Th i)u.i..u Bjotios consist ot fuvv l:3 of the ttular e tition aa contains &!1 tho K'iitorial anl Local Kew. Arrival and Departure of Mails, Mail east and west via. C B. Mo. Pacific 11. 11., arrives, 4 u m. leaves 7 10 i m,1 daily. Alma and lhi llip.abu Arrives 12 1 ra, Innl:ty.M, Wednesdays and -Fridays; leavts 1 p m. Long Island and Phillipsburg Ar rives 1- m. and leaves 1 p. m., on Tuesdays, Thursday. and Saturdays. Nance ai id Phillipshurg Arrives 4 p. hi., Tue days and Fridays : leaves 8 a. in., Wednesdays and Saturdays. Wagners ville and Ph ill i...

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