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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 31 January 1885

i'7 the bed the eld tiia, wai:ic eat Li vLiU 61 Y here b:a tired wifo lay djhijr; and the twiliglit fci?iijtry4 browu swly ivim the wall acd window chased the k onset's golden tpiendor It chtr the whisperel, waking T(f jr her Lvrat bctivecu uie next world's aunxiae and the !3-Liae carta of thlf-). Aai Cie oiu man, weak and tearful, trembling y.a hs btiic k.bove her, Answered "Yes." "Are the children inf she asked hi ax. 1 Could he tell herr Ail the treasures Of thoir hou-cUold lay in uience many jears be- neaiii ihe taow; Uut the heart was with them living, back among her iohs and pieasurus .Long ago. And as?ain the called at de w-fal1, in I he sweet old fcuiuuie weather, k?----- vr ."-i "Where ia UtUe Charley, father? Frank, and iiobert nave they cuineV" "They Arc tiafe;'' the oi J man faltered "all the aiildxcu are together, ooi'j at home. Then he murmurd gent'.e soothings, hutj hia grief grew utrong and stronger, Till it' choked and Biined him aa be held and kitsea her wrinkled h...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 31 January 1885

a 5? b l 1 nr r i iifu liu! i aill. niii.iJKsiii:u;, KANSAS. The IeJo:t CVurier contains some very ht'iwble remarks cciicerninor tbe i-rftin of water works in that towu. An t-Wt rural iipparntu for prevent ing railway collisions has been, devised bv a Sr.n Franci-co inventor. The elec tricity is jciieiatt-d by a dynamo on the locomotive. Mid the connection is tua-e to Ihrt wire.s running inside the rail aJotr tho ties, with projtcing points very forty feet, by means of a plate ; kvinin beneath the engine and ten der. " U ires are led to a?ell and whis tle on tho locomotive. The current ent through the plate and thence through tlie wires fceneath the- track, on vominj in contact with the plate of an approaching engine, foims a ciicuit, and the belli in both cabs are run;. :or trains running in the same direc tion, the same wiie is usid, trains trav eling ia opposite directions having i-ep-firate wire. Hallway 4ge. The Letter From Home- Deep down In bis heart every 4 'old settler" car...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 February 1885

Jz:L u&izjjc to j?iiiux tiit they go irorz-5V.vir. VOL. VII NO 13 PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY-? 1885. Si.50 IN ADVANCe" BUSINESS CARDS- Dr. I. F. MA L LETT, E3LEGTI0 ' PHYSICIAN, PHILLIPSBURG, - - KANSAS- lie does an office practice. Olllce in New Drug Btore, Northwest corner Tublic riquare. C. Bruner. Hoofing, Sheeting and Repairing promptly aud neatly djne. S- C. CUMMI-NGS. .Livery, Feed & Sale Stable- Good rigs at reasonable rate. Wm. Bissell ReaUtstate & loan Agest- Business bido.c the U. fa. Land Of Ece at Kirwin, acsas, and before the Department at Washington, D. C, promptly transacted. C. A. LEWIS, Attorney Qauhseior- PIIILLIPS1JUKU, - KANSAS. Collections promptly attended to. All business before the U. S Land Offices and Departments at Washington, 1). C. , and all other legal matters, will be riven my immediate attention. Central House- E. ALBAUQH, proprietor. PHILLIPSBURG. - KADSAS. Uood sample rooms for commercial travelers. Feed stable in connecti...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 February 1885

BY J. . S. We wallied'the pitfcaof earth. My wife and L We've some of sadness some of mirth, For wifd and I. - t The Tilalnttst life haa hopeful fcpriegs, Tfce Lomkly bird the sweetest kings. The Hualltbt Cower inay brealhe perfume, iro cofuiuon thoughts mav sweet aitune Bay wife and I. We live to help the weak and poor, ' aw (..- W ife and I. IVcarry bles-aings to their door, j-ya - Wife and I. Whaie'er we do, we do for Jove, And do not purchase health above, But, ir the Master says, " "lis well. Hither come in peace to dwell." We're strangely blest. My wife and I, We are traveling hand in hand, Wife and I.i Leaving footprints in the sand, l.-j Wife and I. Ixj not tread the upward grade Where salvation's tack is laid. That others trailing follow on TntU eternal lite is won ? We ak to-day. Or do ve conntennarch the way. My wite and I, Or inisf. the grade in open day, My wife and I? That others thinking us aright, Shall tread the vales of darkest night? Oh, Father; Master, guide us w...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 February 1885

KAN SAS STATU Ni. S. Tour United States prisoner1? broke v.ii at Wichita on the night of the 2-d. Xha names of the fugitives are: Ed ilc Svveeney alias lid Smith, a soldier dressed in. V. S. uniform, who was indicted by the Grand Jury at the recent term of the United States District Court, for the murder of Mrs.Marv Elliott at Ft. Eeno.' 1. T ., last Summer. ILobert Perry, also a United States prisoner, charged with having committed murder in the Indian Nation. George Scribner, charged with assault M ith intent to kill, and Frank, Hazier, a horse thief captured a short time ao at Derby, who had an examin ation before J ustice Thomas and was bound over to the District Court. Atchison Patriot: Yesterday after noon the Atchison Oklahoma Associa tion held a meeting at Turner hall, which was attended by over two hun people. Four delegates were selected to attend the State Oklahoma Convention that meeta in Topeka February 3d, and the following gentlemen were selected as a committee to lay...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 February 1885

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Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 February 1885

- V. f V t r a a i. IfVt. ita- a tt - c a c a r ' . a j aii? 1 . ia t Lr - 5 A- Oa,- i . 1 dtfi-.i-i ;:r aa..-:-! I i-Ttr . ' e- - ' . i t -. ? 1 - r.- oa . - - j j i ' r ' . - . . i. ' rA . ..! o : n . ; r. -- t ; . a - . - - - - - (-: lao t: c i 1 a xi '. - a . v - i- t t - rrv r.t I'.sx no.riti oF idte County Ay . . . z fsc 1 . yy;. ; aa ta-at .:. j ai A A : a y -v.-,.-, tci e..t 'i -.l, -: ---i t . i r . -r . itii i . . i - l L.c LJj--c. Hr-i: i:-;r v-. C-.-u:c: li ! in -i.it .-k i- - . ! S.TCk:ay, FEhiiU.iRT 7, 2Sci. j I. i.-;. d ira - . t Vt s r i- C - i.1 v. U:lb, Oi' r iLIr.L lucUi a - s .... . ; ; Mayer A. Lev.-i:. j ... .- - v ... -LOCAL BRIEFS--- FKEEDOM, b ;ie J.: - lit lvrl ; J '.'V C 1 1 TL , are : ii u 4. & ' ' , ..... U-r ia p-ioM: ti.eir ui:ai!. Mr. I " . -'r - J- - - - Dry wood is ia greVv d-;nd a., ... rinr:. ii4 tC)& Laav lur m:;!:.; v.i j - in :-:.c :-:-v;4r.:; present tlci't, ai.d i.irt os iuvii ;llMc:'e, iai wiwu 5 :.i i; .vn; '''-o-''1 c ------ j izx ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 February 1885

Fublishd by lilSSK!.!. & LliWIS. PIIILLIP3BURG KANSAS. GENERAL NEWS. MISCELLANEOUS. A petition in favor of the Spanish treaty, addressed to the Chairman of the Commit tee on Foreign Relations of the Senate, was circulated among the merchants and man ufacturers in New York City. It received a great number of signatures frcm promi nent firms and representative business houses of ail branches of trade. The "Old Liberty Bell" was taken from Philadelphia and started for Xew Orleans on the 23d inst. It was drawn to the rail road by six horses, headed by a brass band, and placed on a special car, constructed by the Pennsylvania Railroad to bear it and its guard of three officers to the Exposi tion. John L. Sullivan has been drunk for sev eral davs and in the meantime has been m several roujjrh and terrible fights. In one of them he was slapped all over the room. much to the delight of all who witnessed it. Capt. I'helan in an interview in the New York Herald says he will prosecute all ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 February 1885

- -1 - i :-l ? :i - .-' -'S . X I1. :: i : v - ! .V M " : i - v U' I SN EXPLANATION A healthy stalk of wheat on the left, the one on the right dwarfed and the lower leaves beginning to wither and turn yellow; the stem swollen at three places, near the ground, where the flax seed (b) are situated be tween the stem and sheathing base of the leaf. (a) , egg of Hessian Fly, greatly enlarged, as are all the figures except (e) and (b) , (h) the lava enlarged; the line by the side, in this and other figure, showing the natural length. Insecta Injurious to Wheat. By Prof. F. II. Snow, of the State University, En tomologist to the State Board of AgricuUure. An accurate knowledge of the insects injurious to our most valuable "small grain" will undoubtedly increase the number of species now known to infest it. It was a surprise to entomologists as well as fruit growers when Mr. Lintner, the New York State entomologist, pre sented a list of 176 insects known to commit depredations upon the appl...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 February 1885

e i a lib noram 1rnii.Lii,riitcrif. K ANSA P. How to Vritt; a Christmas Etory. (nu.r. nve. 1 this the literary editor .' The horse-reporter looked up arid di.-i-,f ')vtred a joung lady .stjdi:t 111 :U3 dour tv ay. "N.i, madam," he replied. '.L .sup pose yon have troviirhi an o. initial sto ry and want th literary editor to.oom raune with it ." Vs. Mr." Tf plied the To-an ; "I have written a story, aad .cat-a thinks it is very good." " U there anything in it about tre leave-" turning 10 guidon and the velvety rjen of the leave a aro ,jiow vore and bro.vu? Ueo'ause.ii.thet e i- it won't do. The di,Il-rod-tr!ov.-tU;-lying-enib-r racket n what we shaU ihw the public from now until llvtembe! . Cut any ,d ving ember?! in your story ?" I hat's all riht. 'I he dull red glow of dying in hers works iu beautifully in !a love story, although, aa a rule, young rneu who tall in love don't have curren cy enough to buy a cotd ot wood to raako ember of." .ittut why must I write my 6tory in that part...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 February 1885

SPKAK TO I'l I T.'M THAT T1IICY OO KOKVAKD. VOL. VII NO 14 PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14 1SS5. Ci.50 IN ADVANCE. BUSINESS CARDS Db. I. F. MALLETT, EGLE3TIG PHYSICIAN, PHILIPS 9 c; KANSAS. He doea an r,f3ce practice. Ofiire in New Drug Btorc, N rrtwt corner Public Bquare. C. Br'uner. r.cSn?, Sheeting and R;f'iri;2 1 fCirtJj and neatly d-j&ff. S. G. CUMMINGS. Livery, Feed I Sals Stable- Good rigs at reasonable rt. Wm. Bissell- Heal-Estata fi lean igent. Uasinesa beloc th U. Lund ()f Cce at Kirvfin, nr.tas, and before the Department at Washington, l. C, proujpt'y transacted. C. A. LEWIS, flnoniiEY (hj Qouiiselor. ihillip8puku. - Kansas. Collections prmptly attended to. All business before the U. S Land Offices And Depart ments at Washington, I). C. , and all other legal matters, will be given my immediate attention. Central House- E. ALBAUCH. proprietor. PHILLIPSBU. - KADSAS. tiood sample rooms fur commercial travelers. Feed stable in collection with house. FRRNK MCKM...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 February 1885

KANSAS LEOISIjATCKE. Twenty Flrbt Session. HOUSE, FEBRUARY 2. Among the new bills to-day are: By Mr. Burton, relating to stenographers for District Courta. Also his anti-gambling of the. last session. By Mr. Beattie, to create the Twentieth Judicial District, from the counties of Pottowatomie, Wa baunsee and Riley. Appropriations for postage stamps, which was ground through three readings and passed. It appropriates ?16.S0. Mr. Greer brought from its two years' Eleep Senator Hack ney's old bill for idiotic asylum at Win field. The special committee to investigate the work of the State Equalization Board reported that they were at work, but needed further time, which was granted. Mr. McNall has a bill in to repeal the work of the special session in relation to State Veterinary Surgeon and Live Stock Commission. By resolution the use of Representa tive hall was granted the inmates of the AVyandotte institution for the education of the blind, for the purpose of giving an exhibition bef...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 February 1885

I i - 4. V r 1 f NYi JSireiid Commotion Caused Ty tliat . i;eiiarii.atla Statenitut ot a 1'iiyt.lcta.ii. ' The story published in these columns ieeently, from the iiochester, N. Y., Dem ocrat, created a deal of comment here as n h&3 elsewhere. Apparently it caused 6 r more commotion in Rochester, as the followingfrom the same paper shows. Lr. J. B. llenion, who is we"ll known not only in Rochester but in nearly every ipart of America, sent an extended article to this paper a few days ago which waa !duly published, detailing his remarkable '.experience and rescue from what seemed to be certain death. It would be iiapoa 'oible to enumerate the personal enqui ries which have been made at our oliice as to the validity of the article, but they have been so rjuoserous that further in vestigation of the subject was deemed an editorial necessity. With this end in view a representative of this paper called on Dr. llenion at his residence on AndreM S street, when the following interview o...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 February 1885

til iitil tilti. rniLLirniiUno. KANSAS. OFFICIAL GOUCTY FAF.. 2USSEEL & LEVVlrj. Satl'-day, Febkcky 14, 1885. ' : y - ' Arrival and Departure of Mailt, Muil t-ast and vcst via. C. Li. Mo. Paeitic-U. Ilv, r rivct 4T in. leave 7 'so i m, daily. Alma arjd Phillipsburg Arrives 12 m, Mohdtye, Wcdneeduys and Fri 'duys; lcavcw 1 p m. Long Inland and rhilliifeburg Ar rive I- in. and Ieuvis 1 p. ru., op T,;udays, Thuraduye nhd Saturrl$. Nuuce and Phillipbburg A'rrivV.s "4 p. in., Tuesdays and Friday!.: juvve 8 a. in., Wednesdays : uVdayw. WugnerfVille anil PfriUlpsourg Ar rives - p. in. and lave i -p. iu. , on Tuetduys Saturdays. . ' . - poat-Ottice' " i.i Opens S a in closes at a p m.' Sundays open 9 a ni and closes: T''tti, ckaw 10 a m and 7.3 pin. Me;iey' order bust, ess closes a 0 p m. ' No money cmler or 'registe ttterbasi'i ' tr i n-icte l uuduy. II. C Bpal'lxino. P. M. Editorial Correspondents. the ifternoon we ' atteiidcd the ,8nrr service at the Grand Avenue M. E. Clmrch. - Tbo ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 February 1885

,--s 1 1 f t ; V f.' '' r--3 i" i i J . - f J i M J L4 PIirLLIP.SJlURO. ."'I .-KANBA5. OFFICIAL GOUDTC' PAPER. " . t . ........... lHriSKLL & LEVIH, Sat i kua.y, "-'FkbkVarv 14, OFFICIAL DIRLCTORY- M a yor...'...?.'.!. ..r... ..r.V.'..-" ,C. Jcw le. Police Judge- Ftfafiii btrain. COL'NCII-MKN j J' AV: Low, -H. C. Cuniiljiii,' Ciiad' Rickey, ' N'. -.Poling und C. H. LeriiuweM. : Clerk- C. V,. fSnodnisw. rrt'i.fititc-r.. - U. W. Youfir. itv Man-hal It F. Del ph. LOCA-L BRIEFS- Logan lias a new hotel. Jut received at G. W. Young & Go's acr t"ad of Bain Wagons aud a car load of lenoe wre. -w . Eat hogs. have beeu a legal tender at the Vap ia.1 tnii wetk, . we judge, ftom the. number delivered. "to' Fhiilipsburg bujers, ' haefrora'athird to a half on tha pric'oi Shoes by. .buying at D, A. 1 1 tilings at a. reduction t 5u 65 ai.d 75 cen.s i-sr pair fok cash. I lie spring, le m-of Campbell .Nor mal L'ttivi'ty, opens Marc 31. As tlie school cuntiii-.es until August, it will pay our ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 February 1885

Published by litsSilLt, & LEWIS. PHILLirSEUIlG - - - - KANSAS. In a Dakota town a curiosity in the shape of a chicken heart was, from its large and peculiar size, opened for exam ination, and in the center of the heart was found a grain of wheat or rice, with sprouts shooting out from the email white grain, which, of course, caused the en larged, odd looking heart. The "Washington monument has had Etran'ge visitors since its erection. gaunt and hungry cat climed to the top live rats have made the ascent to get the crumb3 from the workingmen's lunches wasjjs build their nests and pigeons roost at niirht 434 feet above the habitation of men. An examination of 3,72s prescriptions in a Boston drug store showed that o04 drugs were called lor by the doctors Quinine took the lead by appearing in 202 prescriptions, moryjliine appeared in 172, bromide of potassium in 171, iodide of potassium in 155, and muriate of iron in 1"4. Oitocenakians to the number of G,21S live within the border o...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 February 1885

YFKAJIIXG OF THE OK HEX. I. Oh ! PaJdy, dear, and did you hear The news that's going round? The tharnrntk is lorbia by law to Grow on Irihh ground. No more St. Patrick's Day we'll keep, The color can't be seen. For theie's a bloody law against the Wearing of the green. I went -h hit Nappy 'lander, and he took Me by the hand. And said, "i-iow's poor ould Ireland, And how docs the 'stand? She's the distressful country that Kver you have 8ten, There's hanging n:tn and women there for Wearing of ihti green." .-. - . II. Then, since the color we most wear is Kngland's cruel red, Sure Ireland's sons will near forget the ; Biood tnat they have shed." You may take the Shamrock from your hat, And ca.st it on the sod; It will take root and nourish there. Though uu'ler loot it's trod. When the law can keep the blades of giaas Prom growing as they grow. And when the leaves in Summer time Their verdure dare not show, Then I will change the color I wear in nay caubeen; But till that day, please G...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 February 1885

!-: ! i "I 1 ( ! t 'i ! ihe Herald. HILLIIWIUIUJ. - KAN'S A 8. OFFICIAL eOUDTY FA PEP,. ! Sr.lOKERS CALL FOR ! J Fiva CentH Ktraljlit CiKar- ,SI1tt er-Tag Or Three For a Quarter Cigar. - Or Tta ct-atu Straight 'ciar. Till. K1NKHT GOODS EVEll Fcr fc.slt- J y nil FiiVt-flatf Dealers. hWAiLiBS' MTMIGN! Wa udverti e the above brand in tho .loaJizjjj'-St. I ouis dailies, HJ.d your niiiiiB vv ill appear aui"iir list t aeu- 0 e,s once a. week lor CO days from d.tte o! Jist ?ui ehiide. With Crt o:er !j i? iient ail pr.etlev sif ns. V'e bve one price lur tli).-6 ;od.n froai wh i'li there i- Mi dev ation, uarn'iy: 'Nic'Vel-l aj;( -J 00; Mlver-Ta.', StiO.UO (J..W1- i a. 71) tU per 1,000. W e lto c n v the vii-tf t tten r e iii e of Domes tic Key . e t and Imported Cigar in the count r at bott m prVceH. ample pidcr solicited. Got da guaianteed. Address "Taylor Mf'g Co.. M'r Cigar Dep. fer LoVis, Mu. Land Office at Kirwin, Kansas. 1 tU8 February 2, ISio. Notice is hereby givn that the follow-Ing...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 February 1885

f-JITCAIC TO IIIilM rrYZ.T THKY. Qo FUR"W AliD. VOL. VII NO 15 PHILL1PSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, F-E3R 5r ARY 21, 1885. $1.50 IN ADVANCE, BUSINESS CARDS- Dit. I. F. MALLETT, EGLEGTIS PHYSICIAN, PH1LLIPSBURG, - - KANSAS- He dot's an office practice. Otflce In New Drug Btore, Northwwt corner Public Bquare. C. Bruner. Hoofing, Sheeting and Ret-airiot: fompllj ami" "neatly ce. S- C. CUlMINGS. Livery, Feed & Sale Stable- .Good rigs at reasonable rate?. Wm. Bissell-' Real-tstate & Loan Agent- Business beto.c the U. is. Land Of Gee at Kirwin, ansas, and before the Department at Washington, D. C, promptly transacted. C. A. LEWIS, flnORHEY & GUHSEL0R- PIIILLIPSBUUU, - KANSAS. Collections promptly attended to. All business before the U. S Land Offices and Departments at Washington, I). C. , and all other legal matters, will be given my immediate attention. Central House- E. ALBAUGH. proprietor. PHILLIPSBUS G KACSAS. tiocd samole rooms for commercial travelers. Feed stable in connect...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 February 1885

TO A KISS. Ho mid seal of coft affections, Tend'rest pl-de of future tli-s. Dearest tie of young connecious: Love's iiist snow dxop, virgin's kiss. jeaking Mlence, dumb confession, l'si'U'g brh and infant's play. l)ove-l)ke foudne-s, cha.su; coiicesbion; Glowing cawuof brighter day. Sorrowing joy. adieu's lest action, Winn ling ring lips no more must join; V hat wordbCin ever speaK afi'cftion, So thrilling and sincere as thine! Ilobert Bunu. A YAU AGO. A year ao, my darling, we wandered hand in hand Dowa Moira Vtle, as sunset cast its splendor o'er the land: The world wns brieht bcf jre us, green leaves an i tt-nder nowers. Youiijr Surtmtr breathing warmth and love ihrou.li all her tileasat bowers. And Oh. our heaits to rarely beat, and Oh: 'twas swtet to be, J'or I was til to you, ma belle, and you were all to me. A year ago. my darling! It seems a weary while, And ioira u - is gloomy now, ana laanigsum inei's smile: The green h avr?s wirheron the boughs, the tender Howers are Diow...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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