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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 May 1884

KANSAS NEWS. Hay is in demand at Kinsley. Corning is talking about incorporat ing. There are only three families living in "Sidney. The Treasurer of Armourdale has de faulted. Another big flouring mill is going up in Oswego. v Perry has organized a society of the W.C.T. U. Another burglar has been arrested ILawrence. at The boys sre running barefooted in Yates Center. Horse thieves are troublesome in Atchison county. A new lodge of Odd Fellows has been instituted at Onaga. Twelve new business houses around the square in Toronto. A Winfield poker player broke the Medicine Lodge boys. Leavenworth has resolved that the wooden awnings must go. The emigrant train on the Santa Fe road has been taken off. Atchison was visited in one day by a male and female detective. The old Parsons mill at Parsons was recently destroyed by fire. Five boys were locked up at Abilene for jumping on passing engines. Coal has been found in Rice county near the McPherson county line. Half a dozen houses in Par...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 May 1884

if ill .sheriff' S'ate of Kansas, riALK. Phillips Countv, J lii the District Court of Phillips county The American Freehold Land Mortgage Co. of London. Lim.. Tltffs. VS. ; Case rso. oi Charles K. Git c hell Julia A. Uitehell and Austin Corbin defts. j Public notice is hereby given, that un der, and by virtue of the judgment ren dered in the above entitled action, in and bv the aboe named court, and of an order of sale issued on soid judg ment, to me directed and delivered, I will on Monday, May 2C, 1884, between the hours ot one and two o'clock p.m., of said day, at the front door of the court house, in rhillipburg, in the county of Phillips, siate of Kaua offer at public Kale and ell to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, the following described real property, namely : The northeast quarter (1-4) of section twelve (12,) in township one (1,) south of range nine teen west of the sixth Gth) p. m.. all in the county of Phillips, state of Kansas. Said property has been levied upon an...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 May 1884

V. -V tpt.it t SPEAK TO THEM THAT THEY GO FORWARD. 1 VOL. VI. NO. 26. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1884. 81.50 In Advance. ,1 ! ft I s Fliillipsborg Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THUESD1I, BY Ed dc Phop. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. BT-ATE OIF1 jKZ-A.:N"SS. ?overnor G. W. Glick. Lieut. Governor D. V. Finney. Secretary of State James Smith. Auditor E. P. McCabe. Treaurer Sam. T. Howe. Bupt. Pub. Instruction H. C. Speer, AtUmey General W. A. Johnston. Public Printer...T.. Dwight Thatcher. U. S. Senators .. ftg; EZ.-LTjTjT&3 COUNTY. District Judge W. H. Pratt State .Senator Geo. H. Case. "presentative W. H McBride C. k Dist. Court G. A. Spaulding. CciULty Clerk J. W. Lowe. Reg'r of Deeds Ititner Smith. Treasurer D. L. Smith. Sheriff. Tohn Woods. i-Supt. Pub. Instruction. ..C. A. Lewis. Probate Judge H C. Spaulding. County Surveyor W. B. Stuber. County Attorney S. W. McElroy. Coroner - O W Gandy ( 1st Dist, H. Moultou. Commis'ra-I 2d Dist, J- H. Close. (3d Dist,...T. M. Bishop. Supt. Poo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 May 1884

FOOTSTEPS ON THE STAIRS. In the quiet hush of evening. As we watch the dying light Fading into muiky shadows, BinkiDg into duiky nicht How ofien from our musiFgs Of life's sorrows and its cares, Do we turn and mutely listen For the footsteps on the stairs. And when midnight's slumber gently Calms the weary heart to rest, And the bouI In joyful vi-ion. Of our childhood's days is blest; When the past with all its music, And it old remembered airs, Wakes us from our Creams, we listen For the footsteps on the staiis. When the heart with grief is burdened. With its daily toil and pain, And we feel the sun of pleasure Will not rise for us again; And the spirit breathes its sorrow ' Forth in silent, voiceless prayers, Then we long to hear the music Of the footsteps on the stairs. In the home of the hereafter. Where their waiting spirits stand. Watching for their loved ones coming To that purer better land Then their angel lore will teach us To forget all eanhly cares; Only then we'll cease...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 May 1884

A Talk About Flax. Prairie Parmer. . There is no country where flax can be grown so cheaply as in the Western States. The Illinois State Board reports the expense of growing the crops as vary ing from six to thirteen dollars per acre. This includes the use of the land, cost of plowing, harrowing, sowing, seeding, cut ting, stacking, threshing, and marketing. The variation in the estimate is due principally to a difference in the rental ol land, and in the price of labor. In 1S31 the Department of Agriculture estimated the acreage to flax in nine "Western States, beginning with Ohio, at about 1,127,000 acres. We have not at hand the estimated acreage of last year, but presume there was little or no in crease, from the fact that farmers in many localities, especially where the remunera tive dairy has been introduced, have abandoned the growing of a crop that had come to yield but a few bushels of seed per acre, and whose straw had no market value for fibre and fodder. The causes of no...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 May 1884

'ilipsburg Herald. MAY . ZLiCC-S-Xi Terms: The Rkgumr IS nmos ot the Her Ah for.tnins eight japes with mx c-lumris to trie yuan ; FuhsrriMion ria S1.5: per annum in jiJvitncp. Th Ii..ar Eoixioy consists ot four ffroH of the reeuLtr edition anl contains all the K'litorLflil ani Local News. Arrival and Departure of Malls, Mail east nd west via. C. B. Mo. Fz; eyrie U. II., arrives, 4 a m, leaves 7 lu v in, daily. Alma and Phillipsburs Arrives 12 m, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days; leaves 1 p m. Loin? Island and Phillipsburg Ar rives 12 in. ami leaves 1 p. tu., on Tuesdays, Thursdays suid Saturdays. Nance and Phillipsburg Arrives 4 p. m., Tucilays ami Fridays ; leaves 8 a.m., Wednesdays and Saturdays. Wagnersvillo and Phillipsburg Ar rives 2 p. in. and leaves 3 p. in. on Tuesdays Saturdays. Post-Oiliee I loin s Opens 8 am, closes at 8 p in. Sundays opens 9 a m, and closes 7 p in, closes 10 a in and 7.30 pin. Money order business closes at t p in. No money order or register eUer busines...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 May 1884

- 1 . r. il if i k' jti i. T It h V ! 1 ,1 J iiillipsbiirg Herald, MAY 8. Secret Societies. I. O. O. F. PhUhpfbnrj: LorUe No. 1G5. meets every Wert oe?4ay. Visiting brethren crtlilly iuvke'l to tted- W. V. Anderson, N. G. F. T.M.Dutcher, Rec. rec'y. A. F. and A. M. PhUlirsbure Lodge uuuiber meets every Saturday on oi; helore be full wom. visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. 1?. T. M. Duteher, se2y. r. C. S. Lowe, VV M K.otP. Crescr.t Lodge Dumber 42. netitf every Hon day evening. Viditir;: brethren cordially invit ed to attend. . ' Mankks C.C. J. Jackson, K of U nu 8. G. A- R. rbilliiFburp Port number 7 meet Saturday fter lull moon, Viaitiot? comrades uhv5i wel'uie. JbaMC fciTKAiy, 1 C iV W. Andercon. Adj. Church Directory. M.E. Church Rev, W. R- AHen. every alter nate abliiith at 11 o'clock A. M. and7X o'clock P.M. eoiuinencinz May Gib. 18S2. Presbyterian Rev. Theo Rrncken every isab bot'a tucrniiij: at U o'clock. Alter&ate aveniogs 8. Union Sabbath School Every Sabba...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 May 1884

a Published by WIIXIAM BISSEIX. PHILUPSBUEG, --- KANSAS. NEWS SUMMARY. MISCELLANEOUS. The Thetis has sailed on its expedition to and Ureely. Farmers near Galveston have had to re plant their cotton. The Steamer Bear of the Greely expedi tion sailed April 24th. It is estimated that the decrease of the public debt for April is $5,250,000. The steamship Alert, oi the Greely expe dition, has arrived at New York. During the present session of Congress 6,858 bills have been introduced in the House. The next cardinal, according to a London journal, will be Archbishop Gibbons, of liaitimore. Wiggins claims the recent storms and earthquake are the fulfillment of his proph ecies for March. It is reported that immensely rich car Jbonate'goid mines have been discovered near Pike's Teak. The steamer Grand Pacific struck a bridge pier at Burlington, la., and sank in twenty feet of water. It is estimated that nearly twice as many money order offices will be established in 1884 as in any preceding ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 May 1884

KANSAS FARMING. Noteworthy Incidents Among the Farmers of the State. Cholera is prevailing anion? poultry in 8mith county. Severy Journal: The peach crop in this locality is doing well. But little of it is killed. Atchison Globe: Andy Colgan says his 300 acres of wheat i3 in fine condition and never looked better. Corn four inches high and covered with snow is made the subject of a note by the Cedarville Review. Sedan limes : Orchards are presenting a beautiful appearance, as all kinds of fruit trees are in full bloom. Florence Herald : If correctly informed a much larger acreage of corn will be planted this year than ever before. Ellis Headlight: The prospects for a large wheat and rye crop was never bet ter at this season of the year than now. F. W. Fleischer, a farmer living north of Topeka, reports to the Commonwealth that he will not raise a peach in all his orchard of 1,500 trees, the buds being all killed. Salina Journal : The farmers have re ported the presence of chinch bug...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 May 1884

SHERIFF'S SALE. State of Kansas, Phillips County, In the Diftnci Court of Phillip3 coanty The American Freehold Land Mortgage Co. of London, Lim., pltffs. VS. Charles E. Gitchell Julia A. Ciitchell and Austin Corbin defts. Case No. 531 Public notice is hereby given, that un der, and by virtue of the judgment, ren dered in the above entitled action, in a id by the above named court, and of an order of sale issued on suid judg ment, to me d i recti d ai d delivered, 1 will on Monday, May 2G, 1884, between the hours ot one and two o'clock p.m., of said day, at the trontdoorof the court house, in i'hillipsburg, in the county of " Phillips slate of KaiKas offer at public sale and sell to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, the following- described real property, namely: The northeast quarter U-4) of section twelve (12,) in township one (lt) south of range nine teen we't of the sixth 6th) p. ui.. all in the county of Phillips, state of Kansas. iSaid properly has been levied upon and is ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 May 1884

I L 1 : iiJLJLlJr b)JoUi v. 'J H v' .nip : SPPAK 'TO Tlrl PJJVI THAT THEY GO FORWAKD. VOL. VI. NO. 27. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1884. $1.50 In Advance. . : M i ' (T ! 1 . irv -mis f - tt tK 1U : .. i v. i i .4 J V, I. I p ! Fhillipsbiirg Herald. Ft BUSHED EERY THURSDAY, BY WTT ,T .ZJkC BIS3ELL. J" IE. Zr-r-rr.-TTsr, HjOC-e-x. "FTdzt'Oisl. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Governor G. W. Glick. Lieut. Governor D. W. Finney. Secretary of State James Smith. Auditor E. P. MoCabe. Treasurer Sam. T. Howe. Supt. Pub. Instruction H. C. Speer. Attorney General V. A. Johnston. Public Printer...T. Dwight Thatcher. TT 0 , J. J. Ingalls. U.S. Senators.... p B P17nnb. r-XLXjlLXFS GOUN"TY. District Judge...., W. II. Pratt- State Senator Geo. II. Case. Ppresentativc W. H McBride ..-k Dist. Court... ...G. A. Spatilding. Ccu n ty Clerk J. W. Lowe. Iteg'r of Deeds Ititner Smith. Treasurer D. L. Smith. She rift. John Woods. Supt. Pub. Instruction. ..C. A. Lewis. Probate Jude H C. Spauiding. County Sur...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 May 1884

SWEET VISITORS. BY N. P. WILLIS. My mother's voice, how often creep3 Its cadence on my lonely hours ! Like healing on the wings ot sleep, Or dew on the unconscious flowers. I might forget her melting prayer. While pleasure's pulses madly fly; But in the still, unbroken air, Her gentle tones come stealing by; And years of sin and manhood flee, And leave me at my mother's knee. The book of nature, and its print Of beauty on the whispering eea, Give still to me some lineament Of what I have been taught to be. My heart is harder, and perhaps My manliness has drunk up tears, And there's a mildew in the lapse Of a few miseraDle years; But nature's book is even yet With all my mother's lessons writ. I have been out; at eventide. Beneath a moonlit sk y of Spring, When earth was garnished ike a bride, And night had on her silver wings; When burstiDg buds and growing grass, And waters leaping to the light, And all that make the pulses pass With a wild fleetnees thronged the night When all was...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 May 1884

FAH3I AND HOUSEHOLD. Hints and Items Tliat will be Found Use ful to the Farmer and His Family. A correspondent of the Fam and Gar den has discarded poles in growing lima beans. A liberal supply of manure is placed in deep furrows, mixed thorough ly with the soil, and seed dropped every four inches in rows three and a half feet apart. When well up the plants are bushed with heavier stuff than for tall peas. The vines having reached the top of the support are pinched in, which re pression results to the advantage of the crop. By this method he gets a larger product from a given space than in the old way, and has a smaller surface to hoe. It is too early for beans yet, but the ground should be prepared as early as possible. The rows should be about twenty inches apart, which will admit cultivation by a horse hoe, but one yard is better if the common cultivator is to be used. If there is much grass to in terfere with them the hoe may be used once. The seed should be planted one foot apa...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 May 1884

Pliiliidnirg Herald. MAY 15. William Eissell. Ed tSc HPzcx. Term: The Rr.GCl.AK 12 MTioS ot Ihe Uk ikl.t contains eight pmres with ix column to the wuhpcri.tion price $1.50 per nnrum in atlvancf. Th. Dmm.aR EntTtos consists ol four fsre of the reeular edition an4 contains all the Editorial and Local News. Arrival and Departure of Malls. Mail east and west via. C. B. Mo. Pacific It. It., arrives, 4 a ni. leaves T 3o r ni, daily. Alma and Pliillipsburg Arrives 12 in, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days; leaves 1 p m. Long Island and Phillipsburg Ar rives m. and leaves 1 p. iu , on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Nance and Phi Uipslui ny Arrives 4 p. hi., Tuesdays and Fridays : leaves H a. in., Wednesdays and Saturdays. Wagnersville and Phillipsburg Ar rives 2 p. m. and leaves 3 p. m. on Tuesdays Saturdays. Post-Office Hours Opens 8 a in, closes atSpm. Sundays opens 9 a in, and closes 7 p in, closes 10 a m and 7.30 p in. Money order business closes at 6 p in. No money order or register...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 May 1884

'hillipsburg Herald. MAY 15. LOCAL HERALDINGS. Go to the Post Office for legal blanks. H. C. Spaulding, at the Post Office has a lull stock ol legal Dianss on nanu. HuHi g& B ckford are just in receipt cf a hoe hue of dress goods. u Miss Jary Jaxsoii will do all kinds of hair work. Also curl hair lor waves, please call before purchasing elsewhere, shop over., Mrs. isasu-s Milliner store. ml-3w J.F.Dixson. at Crow has DryGoods& Grocery. Aotions, Hats, Caps &c. Highest price for produce. tf Cabbage and sweet potato plants for aale at Johu (jiebnarts. nuo-w The handsomest line of prints ever brought to rhilhpsbuig, at Huang and Bicktord's. tf FOR SALE. A good farm horse. Inquire of J . F. liorbe. tf . H. C. Spaulding at the Post Office has & new line of plain and fancy stationery. tf Holler process flour pure and white at LeiHngwell & McCluns. John Gebhart has two hundred bushels of millet &eed for sale. tf New spring goods just received at Huling & Bickiord...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 May 1884

wuua umvr hum, t Published by TFItXIAM BISSEIX. PHILLIPSBUIIG, - - KANSAS. NEWS SUMMARY; MISCELLANEOUS. A call for $10,000,000 three per cents has been issued. A National convention of undertakers will meet in Pittsburg on the 28th. Sullivan, the pugilist, pitched two innings in a base ball game at Pittsburg. ;' Seven men were fatally injured by a boil er explosion at Watertown N. Y. James Keene is reported to be coming out of his financial difficulties all right. The American Forestry Congress con vened at Washington on the 7th inst. The International Exposition at Turin, Italy, was opened by King Humbert. The California Legislature in extra session passed a railroad Commissioner bill. The hospital system of the Mo. Pacific road will be extended to the "Wabash sys tern. Henry "W. Cannon, of Minnesota, has been confirmed as Comptroller of the cur rency. The Texas health authorities have the Rio Grande picketed to keep the yellow fever out. The remains of Dr. Samuel D. Gross of Phila...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 May 1884

KANSAS NEWS. Anthony is to have a new hotel. Leavenworth has a Herbert Spencer club. Oberlin is away. to have a creamery right The Avon Club, of Topeka, is thirteen years old. Water has been reached in the public well at Onaga. 6. B. Lake, Chief Engineer of the A. T. &S.F. is dead. The Congregationalists propose to es tablish a college at Salina. Business houses in Harper, except ho tels, must close at 11 o'clock. Superior inducements are offered to start a creamery at Belleville. The Chicago Comedy Company played for a whole week in Anthony. Burglars have been paying their re spects to Leavenworth people. Manhattan stone is to be used in the construction of the Salina college. Senator Ingalls arrived in Atchison April 29th and remained a few days. More shade trees have been set out in Fredonia this Spring than ever before. Clay Center Times : Elias Wyant caught a snow-white ferret a few mornings ago. The artesian well at Kinsley has been dug 190 feet and a bed of gravel has bee...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 May 1884

SHERIFF'S SALE. Slate of Kansas, ss. Phillips Conntv, In the District Court of Phillips ccmnty The American Freehold Land Mortra;re Co. of rinrlnn l.tm . t)UffS. VS. i Case No. 501 Charles E. Gilchell Julia A. Gitche'l and Austin Corbin defts. Public notice is hereby given, that un der, and lv virtue of the judgment ren dered in itie above emitted action, in and bv the above named court, and of an order of ale issued on soid judg ment, to me direct d ar d delivered. I will on Monday, May 26, 1884, between the hours or one nnd two o'clock p.m., of said day, at the front door of the court house, in phillipsburg, in the county of Phillips, state of Kana.-, offer at public sale and sell to the highest bidder, for cash in hand, the following described real property, namely : . The northeast quarter (1-4) of section twelve (12,) in township one (1,) south of range nine teen wet of the sixth 6th) p. m.. all in the coumy of Phillips, state of Kansas. Said property has been levied upon and i...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 May 1884

TT HILLI ! -Jii i i 'ii "Pi 1 1 J I JL-1 '.TO THKM: THAT THEY GO FORWAKD. VOL. VI. NO. 28. PHILLIPSBURG, KANS AS, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1884. 81.50 In Advance Jr SjD U' Jxyr J ) It 7 4 "1 V. 1 1 J r. Phillipsburg Herald. Pt BLISIIED EVER! THUESDAY, by Local tEtozoro- OFFICIAL DIRECTORY- STATE OIF1 JZJ3T&JS- Gtivernor G. W. Glide. Lieut. Governor D. W. Finney. Secretary of State James Smith. Aud-tor 12. P. McCa.be. Treasurer Sam. T. Howe. fcJupt. Pub. Instruction H. C. Speer. Attrney General "W. A. Johnston. Public l,rinter...T. Dwight Thatcher. ,, ,, t f J. J. Ingalls. U.S. Senators p B Pu;imb. HZLXjXjTS COTTISTTIT. District Judge W. H.Pratt- .State Senator Geo. H. Case. v representative W. H McBride Wk Dist. Court G. A. Spaulding. Ccu n ty Clerk J. V. Lowe. Iteg'r of Deeds Ritner Smith. treasurer.; P. L. Smith. Sheriff. John Woods. jHupt. Pub. Instruction. ..C. A. Lewis. Probate Judge H C. Spaulding. County Surveyor W. B. Stubert.. County Attorney S. V. McElroy. Coroner O W Gaudy 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 May 1884

THE LOST CHILD. "I'm losted ! Could you find me, please t" Poor frightened little baby! The wind had tossed her golden fleece. The 6tones had scratched tier dimpled knees, 1 6tooped and lilted her with ease, And softly whispered, "ilaybe." "Tell me your name, my little maid, I can't tind y u without it." "My name is chiny-eyes," the said, "Yes, bst your last?" bhe shook her head, "Up to my house they never said A single fing about it." "But, dear." X said, "what is your name? " Jf "Why, didn't you hear me tole you? Dust Sniny-eyes." A bright thought came: "Yes, when you're good; but when they blame You, little one is't just the same When mamma has to scold you?" " My mamma never scolds," she moans, A little blush ensuing, " 'Cept when I've been a-fowing stones, And then she Bays (the culprit owns), Mehitabel Sapphira Jones, What has you been a-doing ? " WuleAwahe. MY BOYS. BY EGLANTINE. Two babe3 have I two darling boya, As ever shared a mother's love, One ia my daily source of joys...

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