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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 October 1885

f.- -&&&?t&-! m-?Z"SJ3?. THE OLD MAJ0 3 EXPLAINS. 'WeH, yoc eee, e faci is, C:lunel,I don't know as l c&u come: Tor the la m is ii't hlf planted, md h;re wcrk to oaitOTe; And mj leg ia get'dug troublesome it lal 1 me tip And ttie doctors, trey hive cut and hacked, na revfcr fuuud Ike bii. "And th- n for an o'.d man like me, it's not exac This ki d o'p'.aying soldi r with no enemy in tight. 'The union that was well enough way up to ' 6, But tbi 'Ke union' maybe now It's n Ixed with "No? Well you understand it best; tut then you my iaa, I'm dentoa now. aad soma might think that the example' bad: And wee v irom cext is Conference. Yoa fcaiii tLe i of ii rr Why, th t's the day we hioka their line at Epott- eyi-va-niai "Ilot work, eh, Colonel, wasn't It? Ye mind that narrow font. They ceiled it tne 'Death Angle!' Well, well, my lad, we won't 1 httht-told battle over now, I only meant to I really can t en age come cpoa the 12th of May. "IIow' Thorcpsm? WUit! will he be...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 October 1885

-1 PARAGRAPHS. ii 1 ALTOGETHEK CKPEKrAREB. Texas Eifllngs. It ra3 thundering dreadfully. Col. Yerger took up Lis hat to leave the he af e. "Don't po, colonel, I am afraid to stay here," i his wife. "I aa scared too. I want to get to a -Iuon t3 Boon 3 possible. Why don't yen keep whisky in the house for ju&t each an emergency?" A SIGN THAT MEANS BL'SIKESJS. New York Sun. "We're going to move again," eaid the boy to the grocer on the corner. "No, you're not. When I called with the bill your father said he was going to Etav all winter." "Well, we ahrt. Ma's throwing es end - sweeping down cellar, and that means business every time." EVERYBODY HELPED HIM. "There's always eomething fanny ' about a railroad accident," eaid a south ern railroad man. "People who are not hurt invariably make ridiculous those that are by injudicious attentions to them. In a emash-up that once occurred a fall from my car slightly stunned me. Somebody gave me an opiate, and then everybody eli?e made me take...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 October 1885

THE HERALD- PIIILLIPSBURG. - KANSAS. OFFICIAL G'OUDTY PAPE?V. Satchday,' Octob-i: 10th, L?5. "ror.Iudjo optbe 17th Ju-iicl'i! piiU-Ict. LOUIS K. PRATT. of Ncrton C'cni:7. hi? UBLICAii fCUriTi 1 IGKET. lor Count j TreVctc; For County ' l.'o; .' I'cir Register ot Lce-Li For Shtr"Z...:. For Survvo.- lor tortu r. '. . 1 lor Cbiuu:!i tiu'ui.i :M Liftric: ....JAO'3 II-PS. .S. J. H.ViiTMAV. ..D. K. MOR'IMV A'. M. Med CI RE. .W. IS. SlTHEhT. .... ...1. Mi I EV. ...II. Mf DGUT.i.h. -REPUBLICAN CCLN1Y CO.W'EnTIC Co-T.,r.!ete Proceedirgs- AN EXCELLENT TICKET PLACED IN THE FIELD. ,Peaca and Harmony Prevails. liefore the hour for holding tbo con vention arrived, it was evident tht there was a very full representation present, not only f de'egates but also of lob;ists und friends of the different delegates. At 2 o'clock the spacious court rocra wa crowded with delegatijs . and sui c tators. J. F: Morse, Chairman of the County Central Cominittte, then pro ceeded to call the convention to order and...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 October 1885

THE HERALD. rillliLIPSBURG. - KANSAS THE TICKET. ye take pleasure this week in placing At the hiid of our i-olumn.i the tic ket plj,-t..i iu nomination hy the Republi can Convention held at tins pluee.ia.st Hturday. This ticket eenis to give univcrial ftatisfaetion to the Republi cans of. the county. Kvery num is yorthy of the undivided support of 1 .1 . 1 .... i it..' me party nn,r wii .uuuouoieoiy re ceive it. We tJiali say more about the dill'trent rioujLueea in future issues oi the llEHALI). Ill the meantime v expect to see every man on tlie ticket tlteteJ this Tall. D.'T.'SniUh U 'building a eUiern. Go, to the poet office for eehool books. -Buy your jewelry at the Posst ofiice. " For, form loans call on Wm Bisseil. tf "We svould likefaoni- com on sub scrij.tio;!. Book, albums and fancy goodd at II. C. Suauldicg'a Attend' the Durham Stock Sa'e at Harmon's livery bam Oct. 1-lth All wool shawls, in weight arid color to r.tlt -every ixdjvfcL Letlingwcire. 'G lb. note paper 10 cents...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 October 1885

Ds. Bet eland, says Chamber's Journal made tome experiments in rega'd to tcads w hicb are claimed 3 conclusive, lie placed twelve toads separately in twelve hoiea cut in blocks of hard, flinty sand stone. They were firmly sealed in. The imprisoned animals were baried three feet deep on November 26, 1825. At the eome time four toads were deposited in holes cut in the heart of an apple tree, and the opening securely plugged Four others were also placed in plaster-of-paris, covered with Inting. On Decem ber 18, 1S26, all the buried toads were examined. All in the hard stone and in the tree "and two in the plaster-of-paria were dead. The remainder were dying, but eome placed in a softer stone were in tolerable gcod health, and some were actually fatter than when placed in the holes. From this it would appear that in positions where water can pene trate toads may live, and even thrive, although buried at a considerable depth, entirely away frcm the light and any visible means of subsista...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 October 1885

I I.ac- -tly a hclf-breed arrived ia Belle vlllaand vrtut to one cf the hotels for r jppe r. , An cirlcer Expecting tiimof be ing a i iUrJerer went up and arrested Liia, telling hira to throw up his hinds, which, ho did, still holding hia irnife tr-d lork; he waa told to drop hhs knifo t.iid frk end aa he lowered hia handj t uc eo the office fired, thootin him through the head killing him in e'cantly. No evidence of the dead man's uUt has yet been lound and the action of the cHloer ia severely criticised and he baa been placed under arrest. Uarion Record'. The eheriff of Lin coln county, Kentucky, who waa here Ii-!t week utter the man Roberta, inform ed Sheriff Thompson that just before he left home James Spivey, formerly of 2Iarion,bhot and killed a man. Spivey, our home readers will remember, skipped cut of Marion a year or so ago to escape arrest and punishment for selling liquor, and iaeaid to have been running aealoon when and where he killed the man men tioned above. Peabody 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. — 10 October 1885

THE HERALD. PIIIIiLIPsSBURG. - KANSAS fAITII-CDCLS. VTonSorfal neaJInJS of Inflral las Hevor!l in .ix!itn i. Intente excitement has prevailed amongst the working classed iu ths jntteries daring the past few days in consequeuee of the extraordinary icenoa witnessed at Il-mley iu con nect Iu a with the Salvation armv. Maj. Larson, of Manchester, an officer iu the Salvation, arm', tniS that for tho )&st eeven mouths ho has been endow ed with the power of healing: the sick, restoring sight to the blind, making; the dcii to hear, and the dumb to jeak. This remarkable power, he fcays. came- to him quite unexpectedly. At one of the army meetings at Man chester ha felt compeled to lay his bauds upon a man "who cried for hauling," and no sooner had he dono ho than the man wa cured of hii in firmity. At that time the major was the. only persoa in. the army possessing this power, but now two others are endowed with the gift of healing. One is Mrs. Ezy, of Manchester, whom he is alleged to ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 October 1885

dPKAK'i'O THl-i.M THAT 'JHKY GO P" I V r.A. It X). VOL. VII ,.W?,49: : . ... PHILL1PSBURG. KANSAS, SATURDAY,' OCTOBER 17, 1885 SI. 50 IN ADVANCE. 5 i THE HERALD. rniLLfp.rir.curt,' : KA'NSV f l"eLtS2ED. 1 LSI JlUi.DU , by LEWIS A KOI? VS." Arrival and Departure of Ma i Is, Tdnil east and wer-t via. C. I! Mo. Puclfl - i errivee 7 a. in., leaven T 3 p. ni., daily. Alma mid I titJiif biiit A iriwt tl p. ni., i. davn, ail -ril.iv-: in-u't I p.m. Long IMur.d and I ii" ! i i i.i-t.ti A rriv. 1 J : m. hi.'. Waves 1 p.m.. Oil Ice'fljv, riinrid.iyi unit sntur 'arice fliid Phill;s.nh!i-.r Arrive" 4 T. "' lyff end Fridays; leave 8 :i. in., Wi-tljfti .w-- r.f ' buturavn. 7 ' ', Wi.i.ersv:Ue nnl Vul'W-'br.Hvh rfl-. t-s fr in and leNven a p. m. on Tut 'iiys tnd S itur-'nys. post Oiti-e IL.urs '"jjeiift Su. n. , ...- at ; ia. Stuiduvs open 0 :t m and " p m.. '... a. in. und 7 :.i0 p. m. Voney order biifio.'M - . 1. - s atOp in. o money nidr or. cjrlnUa IctP.f t.ni -uea tcantacted fcuoday. - ------...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 October 1885

THE HERALD- T'lIlLLIPSliUlca.. - KANSAS. OFFICIAL 60U2TY Sato day Ucroi; j; 17tb, US5. I'ot J uOe oi tbe 17tU J udi jiu! District, LOUIS K. PHATT, of Norton C'cauty. iHERFF'S PROC.AMAT.ON OF The Time of Holding an Election fqr Judicial &nd County Office; 3, lU. 'Tilt OK KaM)A!, . lo all to vihom ILt.-ac tlti:l;t.-i shall CCZ aifcT io : Nu Ye, That I, J. li. Vot.iU, sheriff of Phil lij.n cui.ly. ii.iiM.i L ii tue ol -uiUority in me Yv.i.tti, .u L y tilis iiot imut.oij, tjivo Luixc that ui. Tuarfay the 2d d.-y cf Ncv-. A. 1885, There will Le te Leia uu ikction, m.ii the (.Givers bl that time to ne u l,, . rt at tonustt: A J Uutc 1.1 ihe I . tli J uulciui ileli.ct, . cu.i j Xie... utvi, ' OUl.tj Clink, Ciibiy Mierilf, Coui.-lv S-urvejir, iuuiy t oio.vr, ,t..t a Coii'.iinM-iou.i lor tS.- nd Bietrtrt. 'ii.e vctvn Ik-f fcim: .-dice is i ii. be received et the j:o la ct uw 11 tov. iibhi;) iu rata Ccui.ty ol i'tiili;-t In wituerM w ui rrot 1 hm c- hereunto t my Lard at n. j en:e. m i-i....

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 October 1885

THE HERALD. ; PHIIiLIPrfiiUIlG, - KANSAS Ladies turbins at rolii'g'a. Franklia rui'Jni at Leilinweirs. I For gents tiud rwe-ir call at Poling's. Gm to tLii post ofiice for school btM.ks. Buy your jewelry at the Fust cCce. J For farm loans call on Wva Biseil. tf Book, albucis and fancy goods at : II. C. Si aulding's Gebbart's groce.ies are fresh, and hi lock c jiuiJete. . Two quarts tf cranberries at John - Gtbhait'slor 25c. A 1 wool shawls, in weight and c dor to suit eieiybcdy, ut lAnhuwah'e. i 25 yards of good piiuts for $1.00 at tJohu Gebharl'a. Cranbenie-, the firt of the season, at Lefliiiwtll'p. C ib. note pa er 10 cents per quire at lit C. Spaulding's. Chains charms, locketa, bracelets, c. &c. ut 11. C Spauldiug'rf. For renewal of Gilbert & Gay loans, call on W m. Biosell. tf Fur caps for men atd boys at Lefliug well's. Cail ea iy and get your pick. 1 Fi r lowest rates on farm loan apply at the ulliee of U. A. Spauiding. s5;f 1 v, 11. C. bpauldiug s ia headquarters fo...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 October 1885

' tf ; THE HERALD. nill'LIPriliUltG. - KANSAS Health ami Wealtii. Health and wca'th have manrpo'nta in -common: first of all in tner verv name. T have health is to l. well; to have wealth is also lo bo well well Wealth is for the mod part -Rot Hi three ways by inner.tan by self denial; by euro, bdir. and attention; often bv some com- hat on of tut three. Wealth s lo-t bv extrav e-ii.ut expenditure or by carelessness , aitJ lie";!ect. ... Health niav al-o be got .11 thee three wavs. A man ...ay .un.rt it from hrs ance- or,; h m tv -a n or If I, .Tf.k. ,- I -J U Ik. k.ltltJ Till" e,, ,t -n " "IT".""- ' " 1 I J .1. I JUAUI IUII9 I 'VI till', 1 . 1 - iit,riip..t. r k. hi .tii nr ? 1 l. 111 i , i - i ces-es of all k mU; ho-niay U-.siites liave to work lor it. bv pa tin taking exercise, and a constant t-upiM V n on over his Patr ts. I n - -rrt;tj- tiiHea? t man h3 inheriteil.a 1 'To and vi-or-om stix-K oi hualtn. he to. lit to as iiu Las to do wli.in ho Ooe-j not iniier.t wealth earn it. ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 24 October 1885

1 4 1 , 1 spida.ic rj o tiii :i that tizj: go fop.wakd. VOL. VII NO 50. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1885. 81.50 IN ADVANCE. , i . - THE HERALD. PHILLIPSBURG, - KANSAS?. pjricsa evesi eitcssii BY LEWIS & KORNS. Arrival and Departure of Mails. Mail east and west via. C. B.Mo. Pacific R. It. arrive 7 a. ro., leaves 7:30 p. in., daily. Alma and Phiilipsburg Arrives li p. tu., Mon day, and Fridays; leaves I p. nt. Long Island and PuilUpeburt; Arrives 12 m. and leave 1 p. m., on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sutur- Nance and PUiilipebarg Arrives 4 p. m., Tues days and i ndaja; lcvts tf ajn'., Wednearfuys and toatantays. . Wagnersvi!le and Phniipsbuah Arrives 2 p. in. and leaven 3 p. iu. oa Tuesdays and Saturdays. Post-Office Hour Opens 8 a. m., closes at 8 p. m. Sundays opens 5 a. m. and 7 p. m., clo-es 10 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Money order business clo-es at 6 p. m. No money order or register letter busi ness transacted Sunday. H. C. Spacs.di.vg. P. it. Iiartlirs. .Japtist s....

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 24 October 1885

THE HERALD- PHILLIPSBURG. KANSAS. ! OfFIGiAu C'JUri rLA Saturday, Oaouii: ;th, lb'H JiiJf i the 17th Judicial District, LOU!5 K. PRATT, of Norton C'cur.ty. .. . . LKERIFF'-S FnOC;A?.".AT;ON - - OF- The Time of Holdine an Election for - Judicial and County Officers. The Stati-. Kaxfa?, J Phillip County, J 'J o a!' to w bom tnt be presents thai! come gheet- Ni'ow Ye, That I, ,T. 15. Wood.-., P he riff of Phil lips C'ount.v . Kansas ry virtue of nuthoi ity in me tested, Co by this proclamation, give notice that on Tuecc'ay the 2d day cf Nov-, A. D-, 1225, There wiil lj be btlJ election, and the iCIcen at that time to tie ,hcti-d, i-r- as (uilims : A Jud,ie of rho 17th Judicial District, i ouiity 1 rei.srel, Count v ( leilc. County M:;ri!f, County Sunrj-ftr, County un.iiir, jijul a Coiiimi.-M.mer for Jhc Und District. The voles for said incers will lie rr-f-fvf(1 !:t the polls ol e.-ib Ium lit li jp iu said County of Phillips and MJte ; Kansas. Ill v.itm .h u !:i'ii-vf I liave hereunto ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 24 October 1885

THE HERALD. PHIIiLIPriBUnG, KANSAS Tha Norton papers . are fell of ordi pancss sinco that towri has incorporated. Mrs. J. C. Covington succeeds Mary F. Benjamin as post distress of Logan. W. C, Calhoun baa ust completed a fine frama school house for .district No. 27. , Judge Snauldin!: and family are visit ing friends in Chicago and other points cast. Communion services will ba held at the Presbyterian Church next Sunday morning at the usual hour , W. C. Calheun is overhauling the old post office building, putting ia shelves etc;. No exaggerated or factitious certifi cates, but iolid facts, testify the marve lous cures of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. The Presbyterians of Caiwkcr City! are going to build a new church 40 feet square with a spire 65 feet in height. C. II. Leilingwell is putting in a new front in the buildiHg just north of his store and will fit the room up for busi ness. Houses are springing up like mush rooms. Mr. Young has nearly com pleted a new residence just north of 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. — 24 October 1885

THE HERALD. Mir.LirsBUitG. - kans; Proceedings of County Commission ers, Oct. 5th, 1885. CRIBB3 INSAXK CAST. J B Woods guarding and con veying to asylum $ J li Vod.s Sheriffs fees II C .Spaulding probate judge's 90.90 7.3-3 8,05 2.20 1.00 1.70 2.K 1.60 1.G0 fees.... JUKOK'S I Miley ( It Garrttson 1' D Kelly C E Otrander J N Mollvain J S Lwell WITNESSES. O D Cribbs Albert Atchison W II H Gray : Alfred Ilil! J C Atchison Ida Atchison W II rTutt.., C .A. Low ..- E Albaugh Jus Woods under wear.. 10 10 10 10 4.1o 4.10 1.50 l.oO 1.50 7.50 Total $150.10 iiEr?::s insane case. A Spaulding conveying to asylum $ Go.50 I Miley conveying to asylum... 15.87 1 Miley med. attendance 9.00 A li llouck nied. attendance... 6.00 JL'KOIC 1st J'ltlAL. I Miley l-WJ A li llouck I F Mallett. 1.00 1.00 1.00 H C- teprague. W D Jenkins 2.G t G W Lick ford JUHOttS- C S Knight C Westbrook 1.U0 -2d TKJAL. 4.20 2 60 2.60 OR Benedict. Adam Quaitz 1.60 Phill Townsley 1.30 John Koonev .' 1.00 V.'l'V N ESS ES 1 st Tit ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 31 October 1885

r j; ff i. ij ' ir "ttp ij jj aPKAK '-TO THKM '.Tll.rV.r I'll JOY GO KORWAKD. VOL. VII NO 51. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, -1SS5. Si oO IN ADVANCE. ; f V: J ; i . THE HERALD. PHILLIPSBURG, - KANSA .-. H'SLISIILD EVtKI SlIlKMI BV LEWIS & KORXR. Arrival and Departure of Malts, Ma.il east and wcK via. C. B Mo. Pacific. K. P... arrive 7 . m., leaves 7:3P- "a., diiiy. Ain'ia and l'hitlipsburg Arrives p. m., Mon davi, and Kridavs; leaves I p. m. Long Island and Ph'dlipsbarg Arrives 12 m. rind leaves' 1 p. m., on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur dsvs. , Nance and Philllpsburg Arrive 4 p. n., T u--dtys ar.d Fridays; leaves 6 a. m., 'ecuc:-day s and batuniays. Wac-ncrwvi'Ie and Phtnipsbnngh Arrives 2 p. m. leave 8 p. m. on Tuesdays and Saturday h. fort OSce Hours Opens S :i. m., clones at p. m. Sundays open U a. m. and 7 p. m., do cs lit a. m. and 7 :) p. in. Money order business c'or-es at C p. la. No money order or register letter busi tCfl transacted t-uuday. II. C. SPAVLD...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 31 October 1885

icfniro an. iliHUil u CT HUGH COXWAY. PART L TOLD BY PHTr.TP EEiXD, M. D-, tOXDO.V. III. In the spring of 1SC" I went down to Uoumemouth to see, for the last time, an old friend who was dying of consumption. Dur ing a great part of the journey down I had for a traveling companion a well-dressed gen tlemanly man of about forty years of age. We were alone in the compartment, and aft er Interchanging some small civilities, such as the barter of newspapers, slid into con versation. My fellow traveler seemed to be an Intellectual man, and well posted up in the doings of the day. He talked fluently and easily on various topics, and judging by his talk must have moved in good society. Although I fancied his features bore traces of hard living and dissipation, he was not unprepossessing in appearance. The great est faults in his face were the remarkable thinness of the lips, and his eyes being a shade closer together than one cares to see. With a casual acquaintance such peculiarities are o...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 31 October 1885

gOCIAL. LIl'i: IS AMERICA. its Beb4:fal and Admirable Clxz rac! eris tic! the Coimtry Over. Kew Ycrk Tribune. Bat "whatever may be true ol Bcciety in New York, outside of New York there is a grit, wide, independent world which not only receives no law from New York, but never thinks of New York, does not know that there is a New York. It is in the city, in the country. It has all the convenience, all the refinements many cf the luxuries of modern material life. It has a3 much intelligence as New York. It reads more, it thinks more, it deals more with real things. It epeyks as gently, it stands more firm. Perched on my Bunny hill-top I survey the wide wooded hills and the far stretching fields, and I fcuppose there ia not a sin gle dress coat within my great circling koriion. Can civilization be without dresa-coatb? I see yonder in the south western heavens the skylight of a social club which gathers every known flower and bird and bug all summer and classi fies and analyzes them all...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 31 October 1885

THE HERALD- IIILLIPSBURG. - KANSAS. OFFICIAL GQUETY PAPES- " SATL'KDAV, October 31st, 18 So. For .Tudi't oi the 17th Jadicie.: Ditrpt, LOUIS K. PRATT, of X or to I j C'ca. sheriff's phcclamation 01" .TheTlrne pf Ho'd'.nrr an Election for Judiclal and County Officers. .The Statr ok Ka:a?, f.e l'Liiiii'o C'ouniv, f ' n ,'j'o all to whom tiAse prc:-ti.U thuli ccn:e oi.ket ' iNti : ; Ye, Thai I, J. 15. Wood-, Sheriff of Plm County. Kii:-i'-. ! vi: t'ie of uutiiority 'm me ptttj, tifby tiiin liim liinii-tioi!, ri e police mat on Tuesday the 3d day of Nov-, A. D-, 1885, There will bo be l:cM on -lt'i't '!!, and the o.'lictrs 'at that time to be v!e ted, .'ire loi !.!: A Judsre of the 1TU Judicial District, County Treasurer, ' County (.!eik. County Shei iif. County sin v or, oiiiity Coroner, j'.!) I a Coiiuuit-eiiiiier f.;r li.' :.r.d i'J.'it U-i. 'I be vote.- for s-idd o:V:i t-i.i il be rectd.-vd i-t the loiln cl each tow l;i-Uip in etiid County of iJLi;iip and State ot ilaiis-i. ' In wit...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 31 October 1885

-i i THE HERALD. PHIIiLirSBURG, - KANSAS Vote the straight Republican ticket. II. Moulton and John Griffin, of Kir win, will put in a'drug store at Oberlin. Sam Nay, of Marvin, wants one nun tired yearling steers wit tin. the next ten . days. Salt-rheum in its worst form is cured by Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Write J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, for evidence. II. Moulton paid 1.000 for a busi . ness lot in Norton the other day, so says the Chief. Republicans, if Lamb has sent you a . copy of hid democrat ic-anti-go-llop tick et it is sure evidence that he takes you lor a mugwump. Ayer'3 Tills are the ready remedy which defeat man- diseases, if taken in season. They should be kept in every family. Should the coming legislature take the business of handling intoxicating liquors away from the drugstores, there will be a sudden collapse of many apothecary shops ia this state. Mrs. O. V, Bickford returned last week from an extended visit in Ver mont. She enjoyed a splendid visit among old frien...

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