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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 26 June 1884

KANSAS NEWS. Clay county has a Blaine township. The population of Marysville ia 1,381. Belle Plaine has levied an occupation tax. The Germans will hold a picnic at Sa lina on July 4th. El Dorado has voted $10,000 in bonds to build a new school-house. Timber cla'ms are namerously being taken up in Meade county lately. Geo. Potts, a colored man, was drowned while fishing in the Kansas river at Lawrence. Hon. T. C. Henry is building on his farm near Abilene the largest barn in Dickinson county. "The First National Bank of Sterling" is the name of a new establishment of that kind at Sterling. Geo. Scott claims be was robbed of $200 in money and a god watch and chain in a Leavenworth restaurant. James Morris a colored boy of Leaven worth, was drowned near that City while bathing in the Missouri river. Linn county has a "magnetic physi cian' who is sought for by many pa tients coming long distances. The Cedarville Review publishes a list each week of those who have partaken too freely of ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 26 June 1884

Piililipsburg Herald. JUNE 26. EDITORS- TriB8t TL Rkovlak EWTtos ot th Hk contain eljbt iagea with ix c-lumna to th ar; cutiacriptioa price $1.50 ier annum in ttJvn.Bc. Th. DollaB Editik consists ol four pages of the regular edition and contains all the Editorial and Local Nee. Arrival and Departure of Malls, Mail east and West via. C. B. Mo. Pacific K. It., arrives, 4 a mi teaves j" p m, aai ly . Alma and Phillipsburg Arrives -'12 n, Momhtya, ;:Wednesdays and: Frl lays; leaves 1 p ni w ' ' In Vlay Long Island and Phillipsburg Ar rive l in. and leaves 1 :p. in.,.' on. TuMdaya, Thursdays ami Saturdays.' Xanceand Phillipsburg Arrives 4 p. mi., Tuesdays and Fridays r leaves 8 a. m., Wednesday and Saturdays. Wagnersvilie and Pliiilipsburg Ar rives '1 p. in. and leaves o p. in. on Tuesdays Saturdays. Post-Office Hours Opens 8 a rn, closes fttSpnu Sundays opens 9 a ra, and closes 7 p.in, closes 10 a m and 7.30 p m. Money" order business closes at t p in. : No'money order or register etler...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 26 June 1884

Ph il iii-ptag HcraliL JUNE 26. LOCAL. HERALDINGS. II. J Harwi, of Atchison, was in the city Tuesday. John B. Woods is digging a new well near hia house. A. H. Stevens, of Marvin, was in town Saturday. J. E. Kelley visited Kirwin Tuesday, returning Wednesday. D. A. Huling took business trip to Atchison last week and. returned on .Monday " Harvest has now commenced, and the voice of the reaper is heard in the land. . . The Democrats of the 6th District iheld a conference meeting at Kirwin yesterday. The juaiors family has arrived and make Phillipsburg their future home. Geo. W. Stinson, of this place, has -without doubt the largest library of law books in the 17th Judicial District. Some very desirable bargains may'be had in job lots of shoes at D. A. Hul ing's. lw H. S . Woodward, of the Hkkald of ce , went down the road last Saturday, And returned Wednesday . Messrs . Osborn, Gadberry, Steel and Morton are canvassing this county for the Blue Mound Nursery, of Blue Mound, Kansas. A ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 26 June 1884

Published by WIIX1AM BISSXXJL. PHUXIPSBTJKG, - - - KANSAS, The law allowing newspapers which weigh four ounces or any number whose combined weight does not exceed that weight to be carried through the mails for one cent, is now in force. A "Washington dispatch says : "Secre tary Frelinghuysen has instructed the American Envoy at Madrid to ascertain if Spain will part with Cuba, and given him authority to offer $100,000,000 for it, and to state that no other nation will be permitted to make the purchase." Doubtful. ' ' Immediately after the death 6f the Regent of Siam in March, 1843, his re mains were inclosed in a vast urn of costly material, several yards in height, which was placed in a large room open ing upon the courtyard of his palace, which stands on a creek flowing into the river that traverses the Capital. Bands of native priests, relieving each other in turn, kept repeating prayers night and day in the death-chamber, around which were displayed all the orders and deco rati...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 26 June 1884

1 . V It II. f 1 ! (J If 'it' 4, i v 1V II A. CAPITOL TOPICS. The Hiawatha Water, Gas & Mining Company, of Hiawatha, the M. E. Church, of Greenwich, Sedgwick county; and the Republic County Mutual Fire Insurance Company have filled charters with the Secretary of State. The Ft. Scott Prospecting Company, organized for the purpose of sinking a deep well after mineral water; the Ma sonic Building Association, of Dexter, Co well county; the Lebanon M. E. Church Society, and the Independence Street Railway. Company of Independ ence have filed charters with Secretary of State. G. W. Wilson was appointed by the Governor as Probate Judge of Edwards county to fill a vacancy. There are at present in the State Treasury $60,000 to be applied in pur chasing school bonds. When a district votes bonds in accordance with the pro visions of the law, they will be taken by the State at par, bearing six per cent, interest. In reply to that letter, sent him one day last week by the Board of Railroad ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 26 June 1884

U. S. Land Office, Kirwin Kansas. Complaint bavin'zr been entered at this office J. L. Cronk against Ludwig Han som for abandoning h'13 Homestead En try No. , dated July 20, 1880, upon the a hf nw qr sec 9, t 1 s, r 18 wt in rhilliDS county, Kansas, with a view to tne cancellation of said entry ; the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office on the 22 day of July 1884, at 10 o'clock a.m., to respond and furn ish testimony concerning said alleged abandonment. John Bissell, R. li. Hays, Register. Receiver. m29jull7c Wra. Bissell, atty. FINAL PROOF NOTICE N0.748S. Land office at Kirwin , Kans. June 18 84 Notice is hereby given that the follow ing named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim and that said proof will be made before the Clerk of the Court or Probate Judge at Phillipsburg, Kansas;, on Augnst 1, 1884 ; William H. Emer son, II. E. No. 11179, for the w hlf ne r and the s hlf nw qr Sec 31 T 1 R. 17 . He names the f...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 July 1884

ttiM an urn m H i Her id a j - tp SBURG ' .. ' " SPKAK TO THKM THAT -THKYGO IORAVlil. VOL.' VI NO 36 PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS. THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1884, Si 50 IN ADVANCE. (I ')( i. h- i -' ' ( S-. Pliillipsburg Herald. FINISHED VEI THLRSDAY, BY- BISSELL &'LIGHTF00T. EDITORS. Secret Societies. 1. O. O. F. fVilhpRbnr? Loljre Xo. 165. meets every VTed jiesJ.iv. VLiting brethren cordially invited to tietui. W. W. Asdbbsok, U. (1. ' . T,M. Uatcber, flc. f-e?V. " A- F. and A. M; :1 '"" Phillipsbunr Lo?irc number meets every Fntur2y on or belure the fall menm." visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. I". T. M. Dutthcr, sei'y. f. 0. IS. Lowe, W M K.oFp. Credent nodfri number 42. meets every Mon day even inc. Viminst brethren cordially invit ed to -itteinl. . 1avid Mankkr C.C. J. Jackson, K of It nnu S- G. A- R. rhilliirfbiirB Post number 7 meets Saturday .after full moon, Visiting comrades always vel"ine. Frank jtkain, I C 'W' W. AnderFon, Adj. Church Directory. JI.E.CbuTeh P.ev, vv. ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 July 1884

THE HAPPV OLD BACHELOR. BY EUGENE J. HALF. I'm a ba ht-lor still. I ha ve fared very ill In the hands ot the laiies I've m t, But my heart Is fo kind I've made up my mind. Iheir treatment to iry and foiget. For 'lis j illy 10 be an old le:low like me. Wita none but mye)l to delight ; With no one to sc Id it 1 catch a bad cold By ttuj ii g out late in the night. I was first very fond of a beautiful blonde, Who was seven years older than I. I tried to propose, out she turned up her nose, And 1 fell that I wanted to die. She said I was wild, I was only a child. My Jgh3 with her laughter she drowned, And at only sixteen I was crushed like a uean When it goes through a mill to be ground. The next girl I met was a charming brunette, Who loved me. she said, "more than life." t But my wagta were low, and 1 had to say "No 1 Whtn she asked me to make her my wife. So she married a shoe-dealer, rich as a Jew ; All the comtort ot Ji;e she enjoys. She ia one of the "lighu" who declaim "women s ri...

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

KANSAS NEWS. Emporia reports a $250 burglary. Wichita is to have a new flouring mill. . "Wellington has put in her first street lamps. A company has been formed inTopeka for the purpose of manufacturing matches. Flagstone sidewalks are a new fashion at Wichita. The Emporia Library recently received 350 new books. The Independence water-works will soon be in operation. An addition is being added to the Ho tel Coolidge, at Emporia. Charles Rutledge suicided at Wichita for some reason unknown. A town has been established in King man county named Cleveland. Peter Hampton, a colored rag picker, is the oldest citizen in Wyandotte. Ninety students were enrolled in the Sumner county Normal Institute. The Lyon County Horticultural So ciety has been in session at Emporia. The Arkansas City Water Power Com pany has expended $100,000 on a canal. The Pottawatomie County Institute has an enrollment of forty-one teachers. An attempt is being made to estab lish a colored lodge of Masons at Wichita-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 July 1884

PhiUERsburg Herald. 'JULY 17. EDITORS Trfri : Tle TJrct LAR Enmof t the Hr aT. coerainaeight jMjreswith ix cluran to the jitthiTiptiofi rrJo $1-V ter annum in nivH.ue. Th'DM..a Koine cnmit nl four (ntge ot the regular edition aii4 contain ail the Editorial and Local 'Vmth. Arrival and Departure of Malls. Mail east aud wext via. C. 1. Mo. Pucific H. 12., arrUe, 4 a in. leaves 7 u i in, daily. Alma and I'hillipsburg Arrive 12 m, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days; leaven 1 p in. Long Island and Phillipsburg Ar rive 1- lit. and loaves 1 p. in., on TiuimyH, Thursday and Saturdays. Nance and Phillipsburg Arrives 4 p. in., Tuesdays and Friday: leaves 8 a. in., Wednesdays and Saturdays. Wnguersville and Rhillipsbiirg Ar rives lip. m. and leaves 8 p. in. on Tuesdays Saturdays. . . jPoOfflce; H owi-srOpenv 8 A ' m, close at H p in. Sunday open- 9 a in, and close 7 j) in, clones 10 a m and 7.30 pin. Money order business closes ;t t p in. Mo money order or register etter busines transacted Sunda...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 July 1884

Phillipsburg Herald. JULY 17, LOCAL. HERALDINCS. 1). A. Huling wants to see you. !S. .?. ilartraaa, j. L. Troup and D. T. Palmer were in town Saturday. C. A. Ixiwis started for Decatur coun ty Tuesday night, on business. Peter Hansen has put a three story addition to the Logan Mills. W. T; S. May came up from Kirwin Saturday , to atend the convention. Proceedings of the Democratic Con vention will be found on the 7th page. J. B. Woods, our genial Sheriff, is building a new barn in the east part of town. F. VV. Lovell, of Bow Creek, has Fold his farm to S. J. Finney,, of Wamego, Kansas. There is money in it. . Ask T). A. Huling. ' A very heavy rain visited this county last Saturday night, making the corn crop. a sure thing. . " Kenneth", Sheridan county, id soon to have a new paper called the Sentinel edited by W. L. Humes. :. IK C. Clark has. cut, with a header, over 300 acres of grain, and will proba bly reach 400 by the time that harvest has ended. Wonder if Lamb joined in the cho...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 July 1884

Published by CTIIXIAZX PISSTT.f, PHILUPSBUEG, .-- KANSAS. MEWS SUMMARY. LIISCELliANEOUS. The Fourth of July was generally cele brated all over the country. Patrick Nugent, 13 years old, was cut in two by the cars at Litchfield, 111. The Fifteenth annual convention of German-American teachers began at Cleveland. Franke Steele died in Bloomington, Illi nois, from a wound received in a shooting scrape. In New York eight veterans of the war of 1812 celebrated Independence Day by hav ing a parade and dinner. Washington's statue in Riverside Park, New York, was unveiled, the statue being a gift to the public schools. . " U. S. Grant, a relative of the Ex-President, was arretted and jailed at Ft. Worth Tex., on a charge of robbery. A mysterious disease has within two weeks swept off fifteen hundred hogs in the vicinity of Vandalia, Illinois. The National Cotton exchange reports that the general condition of the cotton crop is better than at the close of May. Rufus Barr, a wealthy Indiana f...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 July 1884

DEMOCRATIC PTATFOR1I. The Plaorm Adopted by the Democrats, in National Convention Assembled. The Derrocratic party of the Union, through its representatives', in National Convention assem bled, recognizes that as the Nation grows older rew kfcues are born of time and progress, and old Issues ptrish, but the fundamental principles of the Democracy, approved by the united voice of the pe pie. remain, and will ever remain, as the best and only security for the -jontinuance of free govert mf nr. '1 he preservation of personal rights, the equality of all cit zens before the law, the re served rights of the States, the supremacy of the Fedf-rtU Government wi bin the proper limit, will ever form the true basis of our liberies, and can never be surrendered without destroying that bal ance oi rights and powers which enables content ment to be developed in peace and sorrow. Order to be maintained by means of local self govern ment, but it is indispensable for the practical ap plication and en...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 July 1884

.n&d Office at Kirsvixr, Kansas. 704 July 2, 1884. Notice is hereby piven that the fol-lowin-nauieo settler has fiUrd notice of ills intention to m:cke final proof in sup port of bi claim, and that said proof will be made before Clerk Dist Court or J'robate Judaic at Phillipsburg, Kansas, on Augus-t 12, 1884 , viz : Francis L. Uhamy., D. S.lOiiOC for the nw qr ne qr e hf nw 4ir and r.w qr nw qr sc i), t 2 s r 11) w. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz: W. E. (Joode. Noah (Goodrich, Frank Toy ser and Wm Tuinei, all of (ioode, Kas. Vm hissell, John P.isseil, j.'Jaug? ait'y. IJepster. Iund Oflice at Kirwin. iCansa.. 74oL JunelO. 1884. 'otic-e is horely given tliat the followinjr- Tuiriir 5Mt1M h;i? tiled nti'ef.Jiii"iontion to make final rnt in support of his cIm im, and thf Haiti prool will l ouidu Uci'ore iie Kgijier or It e' iver al Kirwin, Kana oti July ID, 1834. viz Thoroa J J;t:kHun ild for th.o r.w qr v...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 24 July 1884

1 ? V TT IT. TT 1 l 1 1 1 M - A f S TV I spp:ak 'j'O rriiF::vr that '.tutcy go forward. VOL. VI NO 37 PHILLIPSBURG KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1884, $1 50 IN ADVANCE. ' '-a LiLA 5. (I 1 - i V - - Phillipsburg Herald, PCBLISHED EVERY TfiUESDlf, BY BISSELL & LIGHTFOOT. EDITORS. Secret Societies. r I. O- O. F. J 1 rhillipslinrj? Lodge No. 165. meetsve ..? ed nesJ.iy. Visiting brethren corditli..ihvUel to trend. W. VV. Amsh&oj, G. 1. X,M. Dutchc, Recr. sec'y. A. F. and A. M. Phlllipobtirz Lodge number lbL meet? every Saturday on or hetore the full moon, visiting brethren cordially in vited to attend-. 1 T.M. Duteher.ses'y. P. 0. S. Lowr., W M K, of P. Cresent Lodge number 42, meets every Mon day evening. . Visiting brethren cordially invit ed to attend. . David Maxkk CO. J. Jackson, K of It and S- G. A- R. Thillipsburfr Post number 77 meets Saturday after full ruoon, Visitinsr . comrades always welcome. Frank STKAfN, P C. W V. Anderson, Adj. Church Directory. 3T. E. Church Rev, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 24 July 1884

A HUMBLE BOY. An humble boy, with a Shinme pall Went gladly singing Down the dale. To where ihe cow with The brindle tail Her palate on clover did Regale. An humble bee did Gaily sail For over the soft and Shadowy vale, To where the boy with Ihe Bhiring pail, Was uuilking i he cow With brindle tail. The bee lit down on the Cow's lett ear : Her heels flew up through The atmosphere And, through the leaves of A chestnut tree. The boy soared into Eternity. WILLI I'D DO FOB HIM. BY SAUCY SALLY. I'd look for him I'd cook for him I'd live in a quiet nook for him. I'd boil for him I'd toil for him Round his neck my ami I' coil for him, I'd roast for hm I'd toast for him 01 his virtues I'd hoast for him. r d smile for h Im Wait awhile for him I'd walk ten hundred miles for him. I'd carry for him I'd tarry for him Then at last I'd marry for him. I'd care for him I'd dare for him I'd almost live on air lor him. I'd fear for him I'd rear Jor him Our little ones so dear to him. I d tave riches f...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 24 July 1884

KANSAS NEWS. Burr Oak reports a $75 burglary. Leavenworth is to have another new hotel. - Harvest hands are scarce in Barton county. Wichita will send thity men to Min neapolis. , "Wichita has had twenty-five marriages in the past month. A boy was killed by a sky rocket at Wetmore, on July 4th. The first brick edifice was erected in Cheney, a short time ago. Peter Hampton, a colored rag picker, is the oldest citizen in Wyandotte. An attempt is being made to estab lish a colored lodge of Masons at "Wich ita. Eighty-five telephones are now used in Junction City, and tne number is still in creasing. The Seneca Tribune says loose women, bad whisky and sour beer are the crying evils in that town. Girard is becoming quite a railroad center. Sixteen trains pull up at the station in that city every day. The trustees of the defunct Danford Bank, of Caldwell, are paying a dividend of ten per cent, to tne creditors. The editor of the Smokp Valley News and the editor of the Halstead Clipper wer...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 24 July 1884

Phiilipsbiirg Herald. JULY 24. EDITORS- Terms : Tle Rfoclar Edition of the He . , mtAin eieht Mires with i clumns to the .uhdcriflioa !ee $l0 ier nncum in Th- Doi.uaE Edition consists ol four of the reculttr edition an4 cofitaioa all the Ivlitorial and Local News. Arrival and Departure of Malls. Mail east and west via. C. B. Mo. Pacific H. It., arrives, 4 u m. leaves 7 Sft i m, daily. Alma and Phlllipsburg Arrives 12 1U, Mondays, Wednesdays and n days; leaves I p m. Long Island and PhillipHburg Ar rives l-J m. ami leaven 1 p. m., Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Nance and lnilllipsburg Arrives 4 l) iu., Tuedavs and Fridays ; leaves 8 a. in., Wednesdays and Saturdays. Wagnersville and Phillipsburg Ar rives 2 p. m. and leaves 3 p. m. o" Tuesdays Saturdays. Post-Offlce Honrs Opens 8 a m, closes at 8 p in. Sundays opens 9am and closes 7 p m, closes 10 a m and 7.30 li m. Monev order business closes at 15 p m. Nomoney order or register ctter business transacted Sunday. H. C. SPAULDlNG, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 24 July 1884

PhiliipsiMg Herald. JULY 24. LOCAL HERALD I NGS. Harvest is almost over. Green corn is in the market. Everybody seems to be preparing for the flash time that is near at ixand. D. C. Clark ha3 cut, with a header 450 acre9 of grain this season- Verily Dave is a rustler. Several complain of severe colds which is an unusual thing this time of the year. We would add that our town would .assume more metropolitan airs if some of the obnoxious hog pens were removed irom so near the public streets. Last week we failed to mention the departure for her home in Junction City, of Mrs. A. L, McLeod, mother of Mrs. G. A. Spaulding. Our delegates to the Senatorial Con vention came back this morning well satisfied with their part in the work of the convention, and so are we . ' " G. A. Spaulding has purchased Dr. Mallett's tine buggy team. We would like very much to ride behind those splendid roadsters some day, George. Last Thursday, during the unusual rise in the Solomon, caused by the re cent rai...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 24 July 1884

:flilfip$fottf' 'mmhl PublUked by WILLIAM XUSSXXX. PHILLTPSBUKG, - - - KANSAa A frugal Bostonian, and one who has tried it, advises a clerk who wants to know of "a pleasant place where a vaca tion can be spent," to close up the front of his house, move back and stay quietly at home. In the seclusion of his kitch en he can recuperate his wasted vitality, and save money enough by the close of the season to begin business for himself. Sir Jos. Fayrer, who has been invest igating snake poisoning, says that to him one of the greatest of mysteries is that a poisonous snake cannot poison one of its species, scarcely its own congeners, and only slightly any venomous snake; but it kills innocent snakes quickly. A vigorous cobra can kill several dogs, or from a dozen to 20 fowls before its bite becomes impotent, and then the immu nity is of brief duration, for the virus is rapidly reabsorbed. In Thomas street, Bristol, K. I., there is a venerable, building known x as the Jlansion House. The e...

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