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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 24 July 1884

IJJEOXEXANT CREELY SATE. Iletum of the Tlieils and Bear From the Northern Trip Only Greely and Six Men liescued Out of a I'atty ot Twentj-flvt Description of the Search, with borne Dispatches From Ureely Concerning ilia Expedition. ' The following telegram was received &l the navy department this morning: St. Johns, N. F., 9 a. m., July 17. To Hon. W. E. Cltandler, secretary at Washington. The Thetis and Bear and Lock Garry arrived here to-day from West Green land and all are well. They separated from the Alert 150 miles north during a gale at 9 p. m., June 22d, five miles off Cape Sabine in . Smith's Sound. The Thetis and Bear rescued alive Lieutenant A. W. Greeley, Ser geant Brainard, Sergeant Fredericks, Sergeant Lone, Hospital Steward Beider back, Private Connell and Sergeant Ellis who are the only survivors, of the Lady Franklin Bay expedition. Sergeant Ellis had lost both hands and feet by frost bite and died July 6th at Godhaven three days after the amputa tion which had ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 24 July 1884

HJL'Jt' XJ."KS U MM'. JB. 1 La ml Olliee at Kir win. Kansas. July 15, 1884. Notice is hereby given that the follow ins: named ett'er has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support j of his claim, and tnat said prooi win oe ; made beiore the Register or Keceiver, at Kirwin,. Kansas, on Aug. 22, lb&l, viz : Olliver llubin. HE 12114 for the nw qr sec 2, town 2 range 17 . lie names the following wit nesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz: Sam Phillips and J A Briggs, of Crow, Kansas, and XV F Hobbs and VV N Ilobbs', of Kirwin, Kansas. jull7aug21 John Bissell, Register. NOTICE. No. 145. ' Isaac G. Bass will take notice that on the 5th day of July, 1884, Clarence Bur nap did file his petition in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Phil lips county, state of Kansas, against him setting forth that on the 12th day of July ; 1881, the said Isaac (. Bass ave a mortgage to him the said plain tiff on the following desc...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 31 July 1884

I! I 17 ID' A V PS-BURG SiPEK. a'O THEM THAT THEY GO FORWARD. VOL. VI NO 38 PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1884, Si 50 IN ADVANCE. it m ' t J,L A ,.11 , Vr Phillipsburg Herald. FCBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, BY BISSELL & LIGHTFOOT. EDITORS. Secret Societies. I. O. O. F. Phillipfsburg Lodge No. 165. ineetsevery Wed nesday. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. - W. W. Axdersov, .N. G. F, X, M. Dutches, Rec. ceo'y. A. F. and A. M. Phillipsbure Lodge number 184, meets every Fiituday on or before the full moon, visiting brethren cordially invited to atteftd F. T. M. Dutcher.ses'y. . 0. S.Lowe, W M K.of P. . . Cresent Lodge number 42. meets every Mon day evening. Visiting brethren cordially invit ed to ittend. David Mankke O.C. J. Jackson, K of R and S- G. A- R. Pbillil8burjr. Post number 77 meets Saturday after full moon, Visiting comrades always welcome. Frank. Strain, P C. W, Anderson , Adj, Church Directory. M. E. Church Rev, W. R- Allen, every alter nate Sabbuth at...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 31 July 1884

THE EIGHTH KANSAS. Once more we meet but not aa when With youth and hope we mHrcheu away, A thousnd meu we muttered then A fet ble remnant hi re to-day. Oar banner flashed in waves of light, O'er serried columns brave and strong, While thousands gathertd to the fright, With cheers of parting, loud aud long. The merry jest and laugh went round, Our toil8und hardship to beguile. As with the soul of Old John Brown, We tramped through many a weary mile. We tramped and fought, and fought and tramped, . . War's nree tide surging to and fro, O'ermoLniaina high and dlnal swamp, Until the grand concluding blow. But now, by conflict torn and marred, Our flags hang out on the silent wall. And we, gray-haired and batUe-scarred, The snuggles of the past xecall. For suffering binds with links of steels. The touls that death together braved, And hearts, with tender memories fill, or those whose blood the Nation saved. Our comrades of those troubled years, Who sleep beneath the tileut sod, Who yiel...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 31 July 1884

KANSAS NEWS. Marysville has organized a water works company. It costs $50 to fire off a pistol on the streets of Dodge. El Dorado has burned one million bricks this season. Oskaloosa reports the failure of a leading business firm of that city recent- iy. The erection of a grain elevator at Ce darville, Smith county, ha3 been com menced. David Keen, a laborer of Oswego, was struck by lightning and instantly killed, near that city, recently. A twelve year old boy named Willie Piatt was drowned in the Missouri river at Atchison while bathing. A new town has been started midway between Butler City and Olsburg, on the narrow guage, called Fostoria. A man by the name of Smith, who takes care of the railroad engines at Kingman, was terribly bruised while coupling cars in that city a short time ago. The management of the Southern Kansas railroad have been discharging some of the conductors, charging them, it is understood, with knocking down too many fares. Jetmore Reveille: Mr. D. M. Jessu...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 31 July 1884

Philliosiiurg Herald, JULY 31. EDITORS- Arrival and Departure of Mails, Mail at and weat via- C. B. Mo. Piicific It. It., ariives, 4 a m, leaves T Sit j dally. Abim and Phillipsburg Arrive 12 Monday, Wednesdays and hn .lav; leaves 1 t in. Long Tsland and Phillipsburg Ar rives lil mi. and leaves 1 p. ui., on Tuesdays, Thursday and Saturdays. Nance and Phillipsburg Arrives 4 p. in., Tuecdavs and Fridays : lea yes 8 a. in., Wednesdays and Saturdays. Wngnersville and Phillipsburg-rAr-TivesHp. m. and leaves 3 ,p? j. Tuesdays Saturdays. Post-Office Hours Opens 3 a Tn, clones at.s p jn. Sundays opens U n m, iiiil closes 7 p m, closes' 10 a m and 7.3U in. Money order business closes at u p m. No money order or register ctter business transacted Sunday. H. O, SpadldiNg, P.M. Republican Ticket. For President, JAMES fl. BLAINE, of HalEe- For Vice-President, JOHN A- LOGAN, cf Hub. For Presidential Electors. ( jo jim Ji. n ICE, D,A. VA L JIN TINE. A.J. FELT .. ...A O. PICKERING ...JO II 1ST L. D...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 31 July 1884

i m ,imr ( 1 Piiillipsiiurg Herald, JUIA'31. LOCAL HEHA1XHNGS. W. E. Drake , of Dry Creek, was in lawn oq land business Monday. Senator Granger .vfts in town Satur day, and made the Herald a call. J. D. Mattcaon, of Crystal township, was in the city Monday to attend to some land business, !D, A, Huling has jcist received a new invoice of as tine cigars as ever struck this market. Try em and ee, 1I J . Shaver, better known as Harry, ;gave U3 a call to-rday, lie reports, Bel mont on the boom, Jacob (Jroshing has bought the tim ber claim of Silas Miller, in Walnut township. Mr. Miller i3 now living at Mankalo, Kansas. A. J. Bowman, one of Logan's most reliable business men gave us a pleasant .call yesterday. He informs us "he will buy grain at that place ihis fall. During the thunder storm last Satur day evening, the Finch Bros, miles north-west of town, had a horse killed by lightning, also J . K. Edwards, of Arcade township, lost a cow during the Tsame storm. . , The rain of last Sun...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 31 July 1884

1 Published by WIIXIA1I mS3TTT.fi. PHILLIPSBURQ, KANSAS. TnK pair of famous guns called "The Twin Bisters," celebrated for the part they took in the liberation of Texas, are now supposed to be buried on the site of an engine house at Galveston. There will be a movement made to restore them and place them in the Alamo. John Nesbit, a one-armed student in Yale Business College, recently lost his remaining arm by an accident at the Branford,Conn., lock-works. He brought Eiiit, the other day, against the proprie tors of the works for $15,000 damages, but was awarded only $10,000 by the eympathiziner jury. Albert Klil, of Brooklyn, N. Y., at tempted to repair his fence recently and Mrs. Mary "Wise, old lady of seventy, ob jected. Keil, however, continued work and Mrs. Wiee beat him over the head with a cane, her son preventing him from making any resistance by covering him with a revolver. Mb. Henry Case, of Oil City, Pa., who recently moved there, has just complet ed the smallest locomo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 31 July 1884

CUKTIS ON DENDEICKS. The fchamel ss IJypocrIy of the Keforml Cry With bach a Ma a on the Ticket. From Hurper'a Weekly of Sept. 2, 1876. Aa the letter of Mr. Tilden in its effort to please the repudiating element of his party shows how powerful he believes it to be, it is worth while to see what kind of a public man his associate, the representative of that sentiment is, since, in the case of Democratic success, the Government might fall into his hands. Mr. Hendricks has made no distinctly favorably impression whatever upon the country although he has been Governor and Senator, and long engaged in public affairs. Trained, like Mr. Tilden, m the school of pro-slavery politicians, he was the inconsiderate ally of the aggression- of slavery and the debauchery of the .National mind and conscience. Me was a faithful supporter of the degrading Democratic effort to stifle freedom in Kansas and to dishonor the National name. During the war he was a Copperhead. Governor Morton, in his heroic ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 31 July 1884

NOTICE. No. 115. Isaac r. Bass will take notice that on the 5th day of July, HS4, Clarence Bur nap did file his petition in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Thil )ips 'county, state of Kansas, against him setting forth that on the 12th day of July ; 1881, the said Isaac G. Bass ave a mortgage to him the said plain tiff on the following described land, sit uated in said county and state, to-wit; The south (1-2) bal of the northeast (1-4) quarter of section (18) eighteen, township (4) four of range seventeen west Gth p. m.t to secure the payment of the sum of One Hundred and Twenty-six Dollars , according to the tenor of three pr misory notes now claimed to be due with interest at the rate of 10 per cent, interest from said date un til paid, and that unless you appear and answer or demur thereto on or be fore the 30th day of August, 1884, the name will be taken as true, and judg ment for said amount and forever de barring you from any interest in said premises and said...

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

i ' 1 iTT Jl JL S 1 V i TDQDT TO H H ll Oi-Ji. Ji SPEAK 'JDO rt'HIOISI THAT TKIGY OO FORWAliD. VOL. VI NO 39 PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS", THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1884, 8150 IN ADVANCE. 0JLP U JlVJ Piiillipsburg Herald. PCBL1SHE9 ERY THCESH1T, KV BISSELL & LIGHTFOOT, EDITORS. . Secret Societies. I. O. O. .F. PhilhpfViurB Lodtte No. 10.5. meets every Wed nesday. Viailins brethren cordially invited to Bttetld. "W. W. ASDERSOK, . J. 1'. T. M. Dutcher, Kec. eec'y. A. F. and A. M- Phillipsbure LoJko number VM. meets every Saturday on or betore the fall moon, vtsitiua brethren cordially invited to attend. I'. X. M. DuteLer.sei'y. P. C. b, Lowe, W M K. of P. Creseut Lodge number 42. meets every Mon day evening. Visiting brethren cordially invit ed to -mend. David Miskkk t.l. J. Jackaou, K of Rand S- GAR. T'hUHfsburK Poft number77 meets Saturday after fall moon, Visiting comrades V- W. Anderson. Adj. Church Directory. IT E Chnrrh Rev, W. it- Alien, every lter to&SKih"iU o'clock A. M udf o'cloc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 August 1884

KOKIX AND I. Once, upon & Winter day. As I ml. 1 r.oru and tad, Thinking in a fretful ay, Of the :ime wht-n I was glad ll. ppn g 1 g'llly o'er thefauo-, Ca-ue robin that 1 know. On the win-low leilge he fctooi Wuh a Lriiht, inquums ey-s : 'Tvvas acumraci tlmi he sriould Always fall in passers by. Just tubhow we inUnt j.raeud kM.cli to entertain a friend. When I saw my tiny guest Waiting for h;s daily crumb, Dain y, trim, aud fctlf-pobseeaed, Never coubting it would cotae, I could almost htar him say : "iliiresti, food is searce to-day." And my heart made sad reply, As the liitie mite I ihrvw : "Strange that one so poor as I Should have store enough for two Robin it the thing could Le, Would you throw a crumb to me? Not a sound disturbed the hush, bave my owu impat:eut sigh Ro'iia to a neigh boriug bush lart Off, wiUiout good-bye. How t you leave me inilhlets bird, Aa I waited for a word. Ah I I wronged that heart of flame ; Thi ough me silence sweet aud clear, Forth hia cherry i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 August 1884

KANSAS NEWS. Last worth. year Eureka improved ?200,000 Anthony is to have a three story -stone hotel building. LeRoy has ha3 organized a Building and Loan Association. Co. K, State Militia, of Abilene, have received their arms. The first directory of the city of New ton Ls being compiled. The first circus which ever exhibited in Nickerson showed there recently. The Osborne City Cheese factory is making 2,500 pounds of that staple monthly. The School Board census of Burrton, eays the Monitor, gives that town a popu lation of Valentine Staffer, a cow-boy, was killed at Garden City by the accidental discharge of a gun. Col. E. C. Culp, of Salina, has been ap pointed In?pe ctor of U. S. Land Ofhces on the Pacific coast. It is said that Gen. Logan will attend the Old Settles' meeting at Bismarck Grove, September 2d. Yates Center, according to the lrua, has been cleaned, the first Kansas town to undergo the ojeration. In repairing a threshing machine, Os borne county, two men had malted B...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 August 1884

Phlllinsbursc Herald. AUGUST 7. EDITORS- i Republican Ticket. For President, J1HES Q. BLMHE, tf Haiie- For VIce-'Preaident, JOHN A. LOGAN, cf life. For Presidential Electors. A . JOIfX If. RICE, At Lare D A yALEXTIXE. 1st, District A.J. FELT 1M District O. P1CKERIXQ 3d District JOIIX L. DEXISOX 4th District J. -V. MILLER 6tii District F, W.STUROIS 6th District W S. TIL TON 7th District T. T. TAYLOR For Congress, LEWIS HANBACK, cf Ostorne. STATE TICKET. For Cheif Justice, A. IL IIORTuN, of Atchison. For A.ociate Justice, TJ. A. JOHNSTON, of Ottawa. For Governor, JOHN A . MA R TIN, of Atchison. ,For Lieutenant-Ooveriior, A. P. RIDDLE, of Crawford. For .Secretary of State, E. li. ALL EX, of Sedgwick. For State Auditor, E. P, McCXRE, of Graham. For State Treasurer, SAM. T. HO WE, of Marion, For Attorney General, S. Ii. BRADFORD, ofOxage. ForSup't, of Public Instructions, J, II. LA HIIEAD, of Bourbon. For State Senator, 38th District, fi. S. GRANGER, of Mips. ANNOUNCEMENTS. I hereby anno...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 August 1884

Phiilipsuurg Horalti. AUGUST 7 LOCAL HERALDJNCS. II. B: Dixon, of Towanda township, was ia town-oE feusiness this week. Win Woodward is now one of the t3-pograpbicul artist on the IIehald. Died: On July 31st, ISS-t, of chol era infantum, Carrie, iofasr, daubterof L. and E. Malboff. "2Uas May Webster has been employed as instructor in tne normal department of (Joukl College, Harlan Kansas. After thi the mails will be -closed at 7.30 o'clock, p. in., prompt, take notice and govern yourselves accordingly. O. S. Darring and J. M. Parrish of Granite Bluffs, were in town on busi ness Saturday and gave the lltKALU a call. John O'Keil and V F. Soloaion, of ilarvia, were in towa this ciorain and made the Ilenild a pleasant -eatll , oome aain frentlenien. Maukikd: July 1 SSI, at the residenco. of tli brides psrenM, on West Ced:ir, by J. D. Mattcson, Esq. Mr. 'V, J. Ilojikin to Aiiss Arvii'iu A. Fol fiom. Mr. Puffer who has lately came into Sumner township, has brought in about 1000 full blood...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 August 1884

Published by WILLIAM BISSEIX. PHLLLIPSBUKQ, KANSAS. Among the lost arts recently revived is the making of Limoges enomel jewelry. A plain necklace can be made for 5400. Thia kind of enamel was much in de mand in the time of Socrates. It was supposed to have some hidden magic properties, and was principally used for making talismans. Old Uncle Frank Jckipee, a colored man who lives three miles from Midway, Ky., plowed up a copper box the other day which contained a number of silver dollars, halves and quarters. The box contained about ?40 in American and Spanish coins, the one of most recent date bearing the stamp of 1S07, showing the money must have been buried about that year or the year following. The most peculiar part of the circumstance is that in the early part of the present century, within a year or two of that date, a remote ancestor of the finder was hanged for murdering a peddler. lie made no confession and no trace of the plunder for which the crime was committed was eve...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 August 1884

MAKUIA.CE, THEN DEATH. The Strang- Kjmancn of Wilberforce Ar unt.iL: Kevralrd ly a Suit ill tile Cum iuuii i'i-.-ta-) Coorl, Philadelphia Hints. A life of singular vicissitudes is dis closed in a Lill tiled in' the Common Pleas Coui t by Miss Fanny .Elton Armi tage to rtcover a dower interest in two houses in West Philadelphia, a tract ol land in the southwestern part of the city below the built up section, and another near Bridesburjr. Mis. Armi tage is the widow of Wilberforce Arnii tage. The latter, the bill sets out, was born in Leicestershire, England. lie came of an old and once wealthy family. He was a younger son. He was educat ed by his maternal uncle, Capt. Henry Standish. He graduated at Cambridge, lie bean to read for the bar, but before he had been called he abandoned his Btudies and announced to his uncle that his qualities were not such as were like ly to bang him success in the forum. Captain fctandich was displeased, but nevertheless, assisted in placing him in the ...

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

PfeillipsfeHrg Herald, xBELDHlG'S 'SUFEKICS' PUSE TKB1A3 Z HITTING HECAuSK Cfita TJXIFOKU LUSTRE; LECAUE It liEI ALKjJ it BEAUX? BECAUSE IT VEAE3 WELL, And keeps Fresh and Brliiiant to the Last. 1au'1 t.ilow ehopk.aepirwto lmpoe4 oion 70a by seli-iriyourti4i-r S:J Sc.repxwseiiVirijr thntlt is "JUitm (rood iLk ii'jldinjf a. 'a line, patience aod mooey are, tc ro -n iiwr- if 700 bursa interior KnUU.-g Puk. rk-tiiinjj'f iiiicoiio but little morttf:n oa 11..- kes ad lis IxMiai xud nbaxiini. amiiee uro lar aupuxuur. r1 l-.vD ) MONTREAL. C4MAOA ti i ... r NORTHAMPTON, Maes. -n --r RtiuKiMfpr Helf-Tnaiructor iii Siiit Kriitt.iitj, CrocLiotintf and Uni broidery BS3WNIHG & CCTLE,StlOHis.Ko. i.-tji for til a .Vea:. and tJou-b. For ai9 by Dca!or tlvc.-ywhers. THE ONLY TRUE It will purify and enrteli the BLOOD, refralate the LIVER and KIDNEYS, und UkSTOKK tub "HKAXTK nd VIGOB. cf YOUTH! In ail those iLea.e requiring a cerlaiu and efficient TON 1C, especially Onhcpm, Waul ul Appetite. I ud i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 August 1884

t t 1 l 1 L! H tj ti h f y lL jl iiiLJLiLli: OiD rrilIOTi TO TIIIilM THAT THEY OO FORWARD. VOL. VI NO 40 PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1884 81.50 IN ADVANCE. U i U I-' PhiHipsburg Herald. PUBLISHED LEHI Ifil'RSDiY. BY BISSELL & L'IGHTFOOT. EDITORS. Secret Societies. l.O. O. F. Philhpi'Wr Lo.Ikb N'o. lttf. meet every Wed aeJuv. Veiling brethren eordi-iUy invited to .nU.nd. ' W. W. AjiORSOK,l. U. ' f. T, M Patches Rec. sec'y. A. F- and A. M. Phil1ir.sW Loe Dumber 1S4. meets every Saturday on or be!ore the fall moon, visiting trethrn cordially invited to attend. " ' jfc'. T. M. Du'.cher. e?y. Y. . S. Lowe, W M kTcTp. Cresent Loigs number i. meets every Mon day evening. Vi.Uins treihreu cord ,ally invit d to attend. . DavwMassisk t.t. J. Jackson, K of it ana te- GA- B. rhilt'ufhurg Post number 77 ieets Saturday after full taooti. Visiting comradeit always weloine. rKA.viJlKilS. PC. W W . Anderson. Adj. Church Directory. If E Chur.-h-hev, w. R- Allen. evry alter Il.V.blth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 August 1884

THE MONEYLESS MAN. Is there no 6. cret place on the face of the enrth, Where charity dwdleth, where virtue hula birth? Where i usuma in mercy and kindness bhail heave, And the poor and the wretched thall "ask. and receive?" Is there no place on earth where a knock from the poor Will briii a kind angel to open the door? Ah! bearchthe wide worid wherever you can, Ihere is no open door for a money ics man ! Go, look In yon kal1, where the chandelier's light Prtvea oil with its splendor the darkness of nUht, Where the rich hanging velvet, in bhadowy loid. Hweej fraceiuiiy How n wiia its trimiiiing of gold, And ine mirrors of silver take np and renew, In loujf lit? ated vistals, the wil ierinif view Go theie in your patches, and hnd if yon can, A welcoming hiiiiiu lur the money les man ! Go, look in yon church of the doud-reachiDg spire, Which ki ves back to the sun his same look of red fire. Where me arches and columns are gorgeous within. And the wails seem as pure as a soul without si...

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