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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 16 October 1884

! t . ; t - i t "TVX1Y StonLD,T I?" ily canary 6in?s the whole day long, Behind his gilded tars. Shut la irota nil that bird enjoy Under the snn and stars; The freedom, graee and action fine Of wild birds Le foregoes, But spite of that, with happiness His little heart o'eriiows. "The world is wide, And birds ouLside In happy cheer always abide Why should' nt I Y" I, too, muse dwell behind the bars Of toil and sacrifice ; From every heart and weary brain My prayers or songs arise ; Bat all around, sad hearts abound And troubles worse than mine, If aught of comfort I can bring To them, shall I repine? God's woild Is wide ; If I can hide The crowding tears and sing beside Why thould'nt 1 t MOE IN THE MAN LANI. THAN' IS THE KY SIDNEY. Jjk.KI.ER. I knowed a man, which he lived In Jones, Which Joues is a county ol red hilis and stones. And he lived pretty nmen by getiin' of loans, And his mules were nuthin' but skin and bones, And his hogs was Bat as his corn-bread pones, , r 'iAua ne 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. — 16 October 1884

Til SB r. tSr. Vfbr Gf t' Ctp'h Counts. VI.,, Alisa.ou to th Co-Io 4' From tbe Toedo Btnie. UllFKDERIT I UOADS, 1. fwlch U ia the buiU uv Keiitucy)V AuKUtlt. Tri view uv te fact t'a? the Ra.iikel Repute Uiiu party (whi u u ay the devil gui ia nax lu a bowl over th uuf rcl i. axiJ"u e luat tiev happened in C pmti Co inty. Mis., an J la Danwlie. Va. resu t n fr-.ini ni3un4e u iu.n- ezto the r tea uv the lCad.lcels, blue hnd whit io ' otv at eK cksiiuna. It was d.'i.m&l udvir'a le ;ur uie tu vt.it M:&-i4$ip-i, uii I Nci-ure -ic:i etpr.-simJ from the c.tieni uv Co'-.ah C unt.- ez wo d ci-ar n ti:e o r toae:.cu uv the D mo. r y. and satisfy the i;;inJ. uv th ueop e ot tht North that lite. LLf rt . aud heiursoot of littpp.uls wuz jist ez seivHr il.'erez unv where. 1 wuit rcS'C'e'l with open armi ly th Cod ers uv tt:e Dimoeriny uv K-K)d ol J C'cp uU (wieh ia tr-o.y the bann -r cou;itv uv ttie biate. und wuz mot roya ly eim-rt lifte 1. I wuzasinel a roum nt the p: io-r-ip e tavern, ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 23 October 1884

tiPKAK TO THKM '1HAT THKYOO KOIHVAKD. VOL. VI NO 50 PHILUPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23. $-1-50 IN ADVANCE. 3 1,1 Piiiilipsfourg Herald. KBLWSID EVER! TBCR8PAS. a v BIBsiEJLB fc LEWLS, OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. t TATE OIF" ri.ivf.mnr.. O. W.-Glicfc .1 lent fiKVHtior.. i). SV. Finney. . Secretary of btate Jjnien Hmith. Auditor- K. i'. Mct'abe. Treasurer Sam. T. Howe. u"t. Fub. Instruction II. C. 8 peer Attorney General. ..-W. A. Johnston. Buldic l'rinter...T. Dwi-ht Thatcher. t, o . ( J. J- I"Ktll. L S. heriators ( ( plumb. O -D -J XT P Y Vv H. Pratf Geo. H. Cure. ATl. MeBride Ai. A. Spaulding." J. W. Lowe. , ititner Hmitli. I). L. Smith. District Judjre Miute Senator v preventative...... I., k Dist. Court.... .fVunty Cierk- , Keg'r f Deeds- Treasurer Hhcritl John Woods. fiiV) ium Hupt. I'ub. Instruction...',. A. Lewis. j.,v,.,fn i.wi.jr.. II C .Spauhlinir. .Count v purveyor xv,v " : -County Attorney rj. W. McElroy. trailer - O V Ganoy i 1st lil-t, H. Moultou. .Commi8'rH 2d Dii J- H-...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 23 October 1884

A AVKISII CLASSIC. BV H. H. BALLARD. A n unlettered clf-rgymtin wantlrg a place, l His manners were g--nUl arid pltras,ant hia face) Y-ccein-d a kind lei'er invuh g hiin down, lo preach to a church ill a large country town. The town was uncultured, old-fashioned and plain ; The principal business was harvet-tin? grain. And none ol the cnurch members ventured to A worn ui the Hebrew, or Latin or Greek. For this very reavon they wlthed all the more, A scholar well-grounded in classical lore ; While a candidate rxiiht just as well stay away, It he didn't quote Bt-brew at least once a day. The divine about whom this old fctory was told, By the Iwieaof .Manhattan, was cunning and bold And knowing they wliht d for a classical man, 1 hough he didn i itnow Latin, he hit on a plan. Fox he thought, "We shall see how much tshrewd ncMj avaiiii. Though 1 cannot read Greek, I'm a native ol Wales. If a few Welsh expressions I cautiously use, It may rival the Hebrew la pleasing the pews." Oa the cr...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 23 October 1884

J l J'KOTECTION DOES PKOl'ECT. , Many of the readers of The Common wealth and of the old Slate Record re member the tilta we had with Colonel "William M. Gro3venor, the author of "Does Protection Protect?" He was for ' Y some time editor of the St. Louis Demo- ' erat, lorg before it was consolidated with the Globe, and was a strong Free Trade man, and wrote, while on the Democrat, ' . we think, the pamphlet above referred 1 to. Afterwards he became editor of The l'ublic in New York, a Financial paper, and in that advocated hi3 Free Trade views. We recollect also that a few years ago he assailed the credit of Kansas; but after The Commonwealth Bhowred his mistakes he apologized handsomely. "Well this Colonel Grosvenor delivered a Protectionist lecture, a few days ago, before the Union League Union Club, of - Philadelphia, in which he expressed the grounds of his conversion to the Protec tion Echocl. He eaid : To some of you I may have been known fifteen years ago as an earnest op pon...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 23 October 1884

Piiillicsfeurg Herald. Ol.UBKR 13. IMr.lAs & LEWIS-:r.:-CKa dz. pp.crr.irrc-s. To the Voters cf Philllos County Kansas. Yielding u the solieitatioM -of) ;niiiieroti-, niends i herebv .announce ;..vr.ci. iiU InderifJil-eiit candidate l'ojr a oum.v Attorney Kr L'lullii County , jvuiJMi.s, tubjfct' to your deeisnioii ut XUv b:tllvt box o.'l SttV. 4th, It' 4-leettdl discharge m'cv iu? tvhich the Constitution mid Jiiiws oi lvuli:ia ami Juy oUiCial Oath shall illl j not-, iiii-.-jM ttive uijio.tiujt, dtctton or j uj I', ami without e ar or partiuliiy. ' .V. 11. lS.KA)L:y. .SALUTATGaY. With this week's issue, p-3 "vvill be feu ty the heading of this column, J. j.ttve connected myself 7ith Mr, liidHsli ju ,iue publication of .hp lit kali . To ue , journalism is not au eatueiy new occupa-iion, aiid it is with fcoie degree pleasure that i assume a part ot the lcsponsibilities of this publication of a local newspaper. My business and social relations with the people of Phil lips County m4 ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 23 October 1884

r Phillipsburg Herald. OCTOBER 23. LOCAL HERALDINCS. Subsribe lor the Hkkalu. Farm. Wus at the Phillips County .Bank, tf Mas . II . Nash Las returned from her visit to Iowa, .1. F. Morse, at the bank is prepared - to make good farm loans . ti Wm. Mdlvain has gone to Nebraska . to spend the winter. Ell McDowell will spend tho winter vith his sister in Cage county, Nei. The Kirwin church choir is accom panied by an orchestra of .four instru ments, It is reported that Dr. L F. Mallett will soon return to TbilUpsburg to lo- Parties owning siook, and letting theiu run at .large, would do well to shut them up-ortUs Marshall -may cave them th trouble. Watoimakkk At Geo. W. Stinson's Law Otlioe. Will do all work coming under the - bead cf . clock, watch and jewelry repairing. N. W. 1'tls.s. Rev. B. R. Turner, accompanied hy ;Mr. Daniel llopson, of Freedom town ship, are attending a.miui:terial associ ation, this week, &t mith Center. I will well coal at u.o0 per ton mi til ! 2ov. 1st. 1...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 23 October 1884

7 t rublished Vy BISSX.L & UCUTroOT. PnrLLITSBUEG, KANSAS. EW O UUi.uitnnT. MISCELLANEOUS. Hie first heavy fall of snow for the sea son in Hew Hampshire was on the six teenth. Rev, A. Lightbouxne, of Easton, Mary land, waa forced to resign a .Methodist pastorate fur attending a circus. The people of Worcester, Massachusetts, are busily engaged in dtcorating the city for the celebration of its two hundredth an niversary. John BuckstafT. sr., who died at Oshkosh yesterday, leaving nine children, was a sol dier in the British army at Lundy's Lane in 1S12. At Boston, D. C. Dewell & Adams, gro cers, have made an assignment to Reuben King and Edwin F. Atkins. Liabilities $40,000. At Providence, R. I., the jewelry trade has hen notified of the failure of G. H. Craig & Co., New York, wholesale dealers in jewelry. Edward Roberts, the Chicago negro who fatally shot his wife, was captured by a squad of police in the suburb of Montrose, and freely confessed his crime. Beniamin Cole,...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 23 October 1884

KANSAS NEWS. Belleville expects the locomotive by December. The town of Eskridge finds it necessary to build a larger school house. Atchison 1'alriot: Steel rails for fifteen miles of the Central Branch have been received, and will be put down at once. This will make seventy-five miles on that road between this city and Waterville. Marion Record: The election in Clark and Durham Park townships last week, to vote bonds in aid of the "fct. Joseph & ILio Grande railroad resulted in favor of the project by a vote af 44 to 9 in the last named township, and 24 to 19 in the for mer. Atchison Globe: A little eight year old son had his leg broken last evening while swinging with a number of other boys at the residence of Justice Drury, on Division street. Dr. Fergerson was called, and set the limb. lie pro nounced the break a bad one. The Cedarville Star tells of a cyclone near that point that struck the house of Mr. Harvey, tearing it to atoms and kill ing a baby and severely injuring t...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 23 October 1884

T.r Moral Is-mo. T Independent Cori'er'-n-e d!'T-?H tli tin-ir ai ress lb it 'Tun pa am m i issue in tne Pre-i dental elect:. m o t i s .vir Jmal rat:i r th-iu jvj ti ;it." !r th-iiifU Line n theh story of tli s Re tuji o : nst- oiuh i world U invited io r-uold the won .rms w irRinira: De av '.rttio in t-ttiti -m, white a -ma i cl one I" carping huJ dy e t theorist, aid rd by iiie renlv i-o e ati a ox" a j liti a! arty h:a.rrv for spoils pr-eved9 to oondact a po itieal t an a s u;i in a ba so i-e-r on;U J :.m it. on- An4 Lo i the fn'jvrit'1 Is l.e a onv'cted cr. ru in a ? D.ir iiii Ion-; a eer h.n any tr buna j itiea or o.iivi :t , iu ! u -on hij tr n i;r:.s-i'ii3 and found h a gui tv Hint ay rospoimile ao Uiei ppeuLr;j tR'iii his own krww l a;, b:x'i;;it f.t I;ar va.i oonvi -i in evi t;eno of a sirj; e .isliom-si act mid sa'd "Tuou "t ti"? man.'"' Wiio mxji not iov that al over the 'a- d the niv-wer to t iuse liUfsti ms found a ou Fat, mdina.nt and overpower.!!, i.o liut tie ene-ni...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 October 1884

- ' HPKAK M'O TIIKM miAX' THEY GO FOHWAHD. VOL. VI NO 51 PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30. 1884, 81.50 IN ADVANCE. v Phillipsburg Herald. PUBLISHED lm TBCUSDAI. BY BISSELL & LEWIS, OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. STATE OIF1 m-A-lSTfe-S. Oovemor , 9.' , Wr P 1 iek Lieut. Governor D. . Finney. Secretary of State James i Smith. Aud.tor K- Mabtf- Treasurer - Bum. 1. liowe. upt. Pub. Instruction II. C. Speer. Attorney General W. A. Johnston. l'ublic Printer. ..T. Dwight Thatcher. (J. J. Ingalls. TJ B. Senators j j plumb. PHILLIPS GOTJaSTO? "ST. District Judge .W. 31. Prutf Htnte Senator rMH0' U' xt'ul Uopre.sentative N H. Mc Brule Ci'k Dist. Court G. A. Bpaulding. County Clerk J. A"?' P.ec'r of Deeds Kitner Smith. Treasurer D- ,L- mlt Sheriff. I""" oods. jfSuut. Pub. Instruction. -C. A. Lewis. Probate Judge II C. Spaulding. County Surveyor V . B- Stu 'erJ- County Attorney S. . McL oy Coroner ' m ( 1st Dist H. Moulton. Commis'rJ 2d Dist, J. H. Close. (.3U Dist,...T. M. Bishop. ISupt. Po...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 October 1884

KANSAS MEWS. The Lawrence Gazelle is now publish. eJ daily. Montgomery county votes on a prop osition lor jOJOO bonds for a new court house. The Fort Scott Daily Tribune is the title of a new paper published by the Banner Publishing company, Hon. J. B. Chapman, editor. Atchison Champion: S. C. King's tan nery will Etart in a few days. They at E resent delayed by the vats, which will e done in a week or ten days. St. John Advance: There is no jail in the countv, and Sheriff Mace is keeping at his house C.1I. Wilbur, J.T. Maxwell, T. C. Browned and Sig Fry. We guess the boys are in for good boarding. The golden welding of Reuben and Matilda liackett was celebrated in Franklin county lost week. Mr. liackett came to Franklin county in ISol, and as a Justice of the Peace tried the first law uit in the county. The Wyandotte Chief knows of a com pany of responsible gentlemen in that city, who are willing and stand ready to expend one hundred thousand dollars in the establishment of a glass...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 October 1884

ecrtarj SIm, of tlie Slate l.card of Agrl. caltare, SruiU Out a Special Kejiort from the fciato Tf tiiiuiirySurstou. Dr. A. A. IloU-omb, the State Veteri nary burgeon, Las received reports that a. lariro number of hcs and yiiii are dy- iri from the disease known ?.s hoj chol era; or the swine piayue, from the coun ties of Leavenworth, Jeilerson, Johnson, Lyon, Chase, Clarion and Sumner, and that it is tpreadiny rapidly from place to place. lie submits the following suggestions regarding the measures which should be adopted to prevent its farther ravages, requesting that they be published for circulation among the people: NATUIiE OF THE DISEASE. Hog cholera is a epecilic fever, which is highly contagious, and is caused by 'a microscopical parasite classed with the bacteria. These parasites are very tena cious of life, and are rapidly reproduced under favorable circumstances, and may be said to infest the entire animal econ my of the diseased hog. MEANS BY WHICH IT 13 SI'EEAD. In the ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 October 1884

Phillipsbwrg Herald, OCTOBER 3H. BliSELL & LEWIS. Republican Ticket For President. JAKES G. BLAIiiE. For Vice-President, J0K!1 4. LOSAII, For Presidential Electors,, John H. Rice, D. A. Valentine, A. J. Felt, I. O. Pickering, Joseph L Deni on. J. M. Miller, F. V. fcturgea, V. B. Tilton, T. T. Taylor, For Congress, 6th District, LVIS HANBACK. STATE TICKET. For Governor, JOHN A. MARTIN, For Lieutenant Governor, A. P. RIDDLE, For Secretary of State, E. B, ALLEN. For Auditor of State, E. P. McCABE. Fer Treasurer. SAM. T. HOWE, For Attorney General, S. B. BRADFORD. For Supt. Public Instruction, J, II . LAWHEAD. For Chief Justice, A. H, IIORTON. For Associate Justice, W. A. JOHNSTON. For State Senator, 2Sth District, H. 6. GRANGER, PHILLIPS COUNTY TIGKET. For Representative, W. H. McBRIDE. For Clerk of District Court, G. A. 6 PAULDING. For County Attorney, G. W. STINSON. For Superintendent, J. H. YOUNG, For Probate Judge, II. C. SPAULDING. For Commissioner, 1st District, M- "YV. McGIL...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 October 1884

Fiiiilipsliorg llnrald. OCTOBEIi 30. LOCAL. HERALDINGS. Subscribe tor the Hkiiald. Farm loans at the Phillips County J5ank. tf Recent fall rains have materially ben efitted the fields of wheat and rye. J. F. Morse, at the bankis prepared to make good farm loans . tf I will pay the market price in cash for some first-class prairie hay- Can also use some-nice millet hay. C. A. Lewis- We are sorry to say that for want of spaca we are compelled to suspend pub lication of some excellent correspond ence until next week. Union Services at the Presbyterian l Church next Sabbath at 11 a. m. Preaching by liev- L II. Fleisher, of Clyde. Brand evevy one of Lamb and Boyd's .eleventh hour stories as lies and you will hit the truth in 99 cases out of the hundred. In order to secure better mail facili ties , after this week the Hkkald will be published on Saturdays instead of Thursdays. Watchmaker At ceo. V. Stinson's Law Oilice. Will do all work coming under the head of clock, watch and Jewelry. r...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 October 1884

rublijthed by BI5SEUL.S; LIGlITJt OOT. pnn.LirsBurkG, - - Kansas. NEWS SUMMARY. MISCELLANEOUS. At Pittsturp, Pa., H. 1$. Scott & Co., barb ed wire manufacturers, have notified their 00 employes that their wages will be re duced ten per cent., to take effect immedi ately. The redaction will be accepted. At New York the receiver of the "Wall Btteet bank has begun the payment of a dividend of twenty per cent, to depositors. Ex-President Evans eays they will be paid in full. It ia doubtlu!, however, whether the ttockholdera will receive anything. The Steubenville Bottle Company hzs as nintd, being pressed for the' payment of a judgment for $2,000. Lial ilities $10,010, as sets $17,000. B;; concerns cutting prices to freex'j out small ones was the caisaof the trouble. At Pitt&burs the annual convention of the American Humane Association will ' be held November iy:h atid 20th. Dele gates will be present from New York, Bos ton, Chicago, St. Louis, Cle veland tnd Cin cinnati. At New...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 October 1884

J IDA MARV DAVIS. VThn laltolia's 1aih3 of Summer (iays Thelinio of wine, and niiriti, vmtg lays Wtieie vcila-v uuti of mid hf, tUtny hazj Weave "in ai.d out oi liht their mystic maz-i; Wiitic m iirai wiudi liidtf aad biVcet-iao-d 6un- bhuiri idays , With ro t; like blood r pilled o'f r all the ways The eon of scene's mi 1 baton's perfect ta.sie, VVbere s.veeti run riot lti delicious viable, When in iLii-i ldud of beauteous surprise, Valo tiie Auihor's face we turn our eyes. We bee hini crowning lofty peats of buow. And iria vei, tbat wtiio'i beU trie putse aglow la kindum' red and swift resistless tiow Of life, bhouid flood the Mils and all below Witb ligut that's sued lr am uow of cooling snow Bo. when we bit in life's warm vintage sun, When grtp-s are gathered and the wort idone, AtA we remember not by days the sign That huh unto us broaght the ruby w ine, W hen In iLat time ot summer's open tide, Jf we but turn our thoughts and backw ard glidd To nie whence comes thin perfectues...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 October 1884

Tlie opposition to Mr. Blaine ?eern9 to h nge mainly uia the ilu ligan letter,' with an occasional relereuce to his alleged hnow-nothing principles, and the dangers to be incurred through lau e.k.urci3H oi his lamu ;S foreign pol icy. And in this opposition we have o'dy a monotonous and mumbling rep eiuion of charges which were long ago -p!odt:d. wli.cli are fully expla ned in l.ie Congressional Jtecorrf. and in which there remains not one shadow of truth, reason or loie. The Democrats have had their own guns spiked by their ad veiHiir es. TLey coinraenoed by pub lshing certain of the Mulligan letters accompanied by insinuations and charges oi wrong doing, But the lie- fubli '-iins went further. They pub ished all the Mulligan letters as read by Mr. Blaine upon the floor of Con gress, together wiih the debates that preceded and followed th's episode, all showing that Mr. Blaine was not guilty of any wrong doing. And they went farther than this. They introduced the testimony of promi...

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 November 1884

rKA.I. TO TIII;M 'PIIA.'!' THKY GO yORWAKD. VOL.' VI NO 52 PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 1884, SI. 50 IN ADVANCE. Piiillipsliurg Herald. rTBLlSEED URI 81TIKD1I. 1IY P.I.SSELL & LEW IK, OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. (lovernor Lieut. Governor .frecretury of rttute... X 'tor O. w.Gliek. ....I). w. Finney. James iSmith. ....E. l.Mi-Cttlie. "Treasurer.. .. Ham. T. How. Hunt. Puh. instruction C .Sjaer. Attorney General N . A. Johnston. puWiePrinter...T. Dwight Thatcher. (J. J. Ingalls. U 8. Senators j, jj pUnib. PrllL-LIP COIT2STTY. District Judge W. IE Pratf .Mate Senator Geo. . 'L.ase. f -preHentative IE Afclindt- U'k Dit. Court G. A. Hiuiulding. County Clerk J- W. liowe- 3teg'r of Deeds llitner bmith. Treasurer ! E- Jintu fShrritl'. John Woods. tSupt. Pui. I nst ruction C. A. Lewis. Probate Judge H C. Hpaulding. County Purveyor W. IS. Stubcrt. bounty Attorney S. V. McElroy. Coroner O W Gaudy ( 1st Dist H. Moultou. .Cominis'rs2d Dist, J- 11- Close. (:id JJwt,...T. M. Jiishop. iJ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 November 1884

WALLS CF COBN. nij Atohison, Tcpe'ia & SftiHi Fe liai'roatf -omj'any Las j t teut out a handsome il ustra ttl nuicli-t coiitainins; s a'itic.s ai.d inforam tiou (iiutvriiii.K Ue si:n;e of KmumiS. Ou act jce ai . tcautifil iUustratii'ii co.-criplive j! lCni Hn corn, w hose banner-. io-s on ibe lre z ct lii f 11," Ltiia.h which are two lines of a poem by t:. -!i P. a I erton. 01 ilau.iiion, Xn..t p.aua. tory or ihe picture. The pji-m is as kHows : imVAs s and beautiful. hepven's doiae, .LeaCa t.iiUy over our piairiti home, But the wlJe, wlda land that ttretched away, iieiorc my Ci ti iu thfa clays of May, The n-hirg prairies' billowy swell, Breezy upland aud the timbered dell. Stately illusion and hut forlorn. All aie hidden by walls of corn. All the wide world Is narrowed down, 1o wa.Ua of corn, now sens and brown. "What do they hold thebe walls of corn, Win; tm.ui.ers lets ou the Lreeze of morn? lie who questions may soon be told. A Kre-l Blile a weaiili these walls enfold. "So ...

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