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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 31 October 1885

mm- i i 1 j i i i ! Tins heavy ram-Btorms in middle An gufet caused several Elides in the White monntainF, particularly at "Waterville. Then elds and hillfcidee about Elliott'sho tel were completely flooded, and Mad riv er roee twenty or thirty feet. The famous slide on the south of Tripyramid was re newed and enlarged, and that upon the north eide doubled in extent. Thia, which is not visible from any of the lo calities much frequented by tourists, is formed by the convergence of four sides at the top, after which it pushes its way through the primitive forest to within half a mile of Norway brook, w here an mmer.Ee pile of tree tturrps, roots, and other debris mark its terminus. The elides upon the west eide of Brickhouse (now called Mount Lowell) have also ben in motion this summer. Dr. Hitch cock, geologist of New Hampshire, has lately been making ft study of these slides and the rocks tbev exposed. The extraordinary account of a sub marine boat under the direction of Mr. Norden...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 31 October 1885

0f iairt Gathered From All Frt of the State. A traveler tell3 the Lawrence Gazette reporter the following singular cure for malaria: "I was taken with the chilis and fever and endeavored in every imag inable way to get rid. of it; I took medi cine until I thought the remedies would kill me if the disease did not, and my head buzzed like a grist mill from the elTeeta of quinine. A camp of gypsies va3 just opposite my father's house, and I strolled over there to see what they were about; while in the camp I had a chill. The gypsies were lounging about in various attitudes, and one old crone was engaged in telling fortunes; seeing the etate that I was in she come over to me and said: "If ycu will do as I tell you, I can cure you, take some salt and put in your shoes, and change it for fresh twice a week, eat a great deal of salt and lemons and you will have no chills." I laughed at the idea and told father about it; he also po-hooed the idea of its being beneficial, but suggested that ...

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 October 1885

THE HERALD- PHILLIPSBURG. - KANSAS IVYER'S pills;' A largo proportion of F.io diseases rd.ich. causo bauiau burTering result hoiu dcrangs aent of tlia fstoiuach, Loweis, and liver. Ayeh's Cathartic IIlls act directly unci Xaese organs, and are especial.y de-fued 13 cure tiio diseases caused Ly t-eir d-jiai ;; jaeut, including Coittiiatioii, liidlr.es-' tjon, Dyspepsia, IlciidatUe, I si iiicry, ciii a Lost of tciicr td-meiaa, 1'e.r all tf vliioU they aro a safe, eure, i-roii.rr, r.;:l jileasaut remedy. M lie extensive Uae ol ll.cra Pills by ciuiuent physicians in tegular no tice, b'uowa unmistakably tlio c-stiniatiou ia vliicli liicy tro lxid Ly tlio medical j eion. ) These P;li-3 are compounded of vejretV j rubsianccs only, and are absolutely free l'roia t-iluiutl or any otiier injurious ingredient. .' A Sofforr from ITeadaclio writcg : Ayer's PiLr,3 are inv&luaLlo to nip. nn-1 are my conitaji; coinpaiiioit. 1 liave inj ii sttjvcio utiitier freni HeaJacIie, and your I'ills aro t...

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 November 1885

A l o bPEAK TO THEM THAT THEY GO yorAVAHD. VOL. VII NO 52. phillipsburg, Kansas, Saturday, November 7, isss. $1.50 IN ADVANCE. 'A x 1 THE HERALD. PHILLIPSBURG. - KANSA: TL'SLISHLD EYERI SATl'EDAI BY LFTWIS & KORNS. Arrival. and'Oeparturo of Malls, Mail et ar.J west via. C. TC. Mo. Puciflc R. R.. arrivt 7 a. m., lcavt-H 7:-i'p. m., daily. Alma tmd Fbillipfbur Arrives ti p. ra., Mon davi, und Fri'liiyri; leaves Ip.m. L6u; Ii-Uindund FhiHipbiirir Arrives 12 in. fn-1 lt-nves t p. m., ou Tued.iys, TLursdays and ."Miiur- Nance nnd ph!!Uioljurj.' .Arrive 4 p. m., Tiuc daye nnd Tridays; leaves 8 . in., Wednesdays und fcaturdavs. ... Wa;nerville and Phl'ilipshtiah Arrives 2 p. ra. and lJavew 3 p. in. on Tueediiys and Saturdays. i'oi't-Ouut; iloun- Opens ti u. ui ., cioi-es at 8 p. fxx. Sundays ovinia 'J u. m. and 7 p. m., clo.-es 10 a. m. Hnd 7 :'VJ p. m. Money order bnsines closes t (J p. m. No Ei;;ncy order or register letter bufci-mci-a transacted iun;luy. II. C. Spaclwsg. P. M. 7apti...

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 November 1885

THE HERALD- PIIILLIPSEUUG. - KANSAS Phillins Countv Election Returns. j a kv- f i OFFICIAL GOUETY FAPE?v Satitiday, Nov ve u Tih ItSo. U : '- r-"i r- 'i b.i.1 iiun:;.cu:u'.c liu . ..t.- '" Fell in love will, cisn-.n i-i-iu'-', n tie vvtvlc cr; Bet th eiltioioii u billy. Which they iUosc'kt uculd aid 12-11 j". Proved Pu be un aQfoituu(.U. niotr. Holy fus'.ou thee I uusied, But cow 1 ata cenn leiely butted, Pratt's niajoiity in Decatur county t- j over 250. . -L . I Do yc.tl suppose tha: (iiUe-i.n realize. j that Le has been a Candida e for judder j If accounts be true, Mr. Lamb will have cinpio) ruent for s cue little linie in squaring up election, bets. So fur a3 heard from , hei id in seeim- j to bo the banner county in this judicial j district. It rives Pratt lit voita and i Cilkison 9. Pi att can ied .oi ton county by ahum COO majority. Where is Dap Clark J who wished to bet trial Pratt would not carry his own o unty ? The rhiiiii. .i i-ouu v ir'-!;bl can hat many ,ea-..n., toie ...

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 November 1885

i THE HERALD. i'HILLIPSBUI.G. ANBAH The ticket c&lled a '.; jp, They thought wou' J ; to the top. t o Lamb, the gM fcl: :: - -, HuJe bcU for tne. w in :.i-r. But alas, he Las heard eofnetb'.rcg uroi. 1 County Clerk Ilartman is a very euphonious and substantial title. , . ' Commissioner J c Dowel will soon be ha new order of things. - Coroner Miley is the way to put it . row, and it d es'nt sound b:id e:ther. I W. I?. Stubert will continue to ue the transit in the survey business of this county. - 4 Mr. E. Davis made a god sound JU-publican speech at Long Idacd lat i , lor-day night. , . . '. 1 . . Sheriff McCJujre, sour. da smoothly and is a very appropriate title to u-e just about now. , The first snow of theseaon fell yes-. "k terday. It was only a squall and mcit-' ed as fast as i t ! f el U jT Tho M. E. Sewing Sociefy ' will meet at Mrs. (i. VV. Young's next Tuesday j afternoon. Mi.s. IIouok, SecV Mr. J. M. Sallee has moved hi fam ily from bis farm and in now a lull Hedged c...

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 November 1885

THE HERALD- riiirxiPSBunc. KANSAS A fiWLQUS STORY tcld 13 ty.'o umms, vPfV TfT'Cnif . 23 Cedar St., New ' " Centlemcnf My father rev Idea fit Glover, ' Vt. He tad fcoen a great sufferer from Scrof ch, and the iccloaod letter wiU tell yoa what ; marvelous tsXToct I r Ayefs SarsaparilIaA 1 iM bad In his t&w. I think bis blood must lave contained the bamor for at least tea years ; but it did not show, except In the forra of a scrofulous sore on tho wrist, until ahous rve years ago. From a few spots which ap peared at that time, it gradually spread so as to cover bis entire body, I assuroyoahewaj terribly afiiicted, and an object of jlry, trba be began using your medicines. liow, tliere are Xew men of bis ago who ecjoy as good health as bo bas. I could easily nam fifty person - who would testify to Iho facts La bis caso. , Yours truly, V. 21. PHTU.rPS.' FRO LI Thu FATHlRi elsuran fi duty for me to state to yoa tha LcneCp I . are derived from the use c 1 Ayers Sarsaparilla, : Clx mon...

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 November 1885

' PEAK TO THIJr.I .TXI.A.'.r THEY GO HUTlWJllTD. VOL. VIII NO 2. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1SS5. 81.50 IN ADVANCE. ' " - " . , , , . i 1 i h '0 Y i THE HERALD. nilLLIPSBUKG, - KANSAS. I't'ELlSIiE!) EVtRI SATtLDil II Y LEWIS & KORNS. Arrival and Departure of Mails, 'ail east and west via. . B.M"- Pacific R. K.. arrivus 7 u. m., leaves Tniiip. tu., daily. Alma and Ftiilliyj-bur Arrived ti p. ra., Mon days, and Friday: leaves I . m. Lon:; Island nnd Phillintbur;.? Arrives 12 m. and leaves 1 p. in., on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur days. Nance and Phillipstiiir'' -Arrives 4 p. in., Tuck Asijt and l'ridays; loaves H a. ni., Wednesdays and Saturdays. Wu'iiernyille and Pn:Iljphucli Arrives 2 p. in. and leave" 3 p. m. on Tuesday and Kiiturii;iys. I'ort-Omce Hours Opens 8 u. m., closes at A p. ra. Sundays opens 9 a. tn. and 7 p. m., i lo-es 1 a. m. and 7:30n. ra. Money order ousiness closest at 6 p. m . No money order or legisler letter busi ness transacted fcunday. II...

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 November 1885

"That Tramp." "Wy, Ella, child, what have you been doing?" exclaimed Mrs. Winters, raising her handf and eyebrows in inild surprise as a Blight, blue -eyed girl entered the breakfast room with a huge armful of flowers. Great crimson roses mingled their dark loveliness with pure white buds, and rich velvet pansiea lay half hidden in a tangle of heliotrope and ernilax. "Theee are for Willie, mamma," re plied her daughter, as -ho laid her prec ious burden on a table, and, picking out a yellow rceebud, which well deserved its name, "gold of Ohir," pinned it lov ingly on her mother's bosom an act which immediately aiearmea ner 01 ail anger, Ella's occasional depredations among the flowers being a cause of ser ious diequiet to the good old lady. Mrs. Winters had been a widow for many years, her husband a California pioneer having, in mining . parlance, "passed in his checks," leaving her in comfortable circumstances. Mother and daughter lived in quiet exclusion, sel dom appearing in sjcie...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 November 1885

il o vr to Wirt. Under the above title MLs3 Frances E. Wiiiar J gives through the Chauiauquan a sermon to the girls of our land, from which we take ttie following paragraphs: Briefly, then, your specialty, well trained, is your best bread-wining implement, and ebe who earliest grasps this, and who firmest hcld.3 it, cornea off beet in the race. "Be not simply good, be good for something," eaid Henry D. Thoreau. A bright-eyed girl of 18 used to come to me on Friday evenings to give me German lesions. To be sure, I had lived in Ger many, and she had never been out of IJlinoia, but then that language is not my specialty, while it ia hers. "How is it that, though so young, you have made yourself independent?" I inquired of her one day. Listen to the reply: "My mother waa always quoting this saying of Carlyle: 'The man who baa a sixpence commands the world to the extent of that sixpence.' I early laid this senti ment to heart. Besides, when I was 15 years old I heard a sermon on the text...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 November 1885

THE HERALD. jPHILLirSBURG. - KANSAS. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPE3. Satcudat, Novmbkr 21st, 18S5. Galveston, Texan, wat the victim of a terrible fire last Friday . Total loss hbout $2,00,00. jOne ttnusund fami lies ere in ado de-litute, and over three hutidreJ hoiii ware de-trojed. The boomer! are rushing into the Jnd'ian territory more rapidly than ev er. Their leader seems to have plenty W money, lare stores are opened outt xnillsites and townsites are slaked ou, and it n quite evident that the govern Wnt will have a perplexing d.filculty to ke-p them out until Congress finally eettles the n.uddkd question. Louis Kiel, the revolutionl-t who led pie half breed3 in the late war in the Northwest Territory, w&s handed at Iteina on the lCth .in-t. He met his 'death coolly, and without fear but seemed to be absorbed in religious de votion, lie died with full faith in the Catholic church. There i-considerable excitement at Montreal and Quebec over tho execution . V"h:le at th". Editorial Ass...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 November 1885

1 i " , I ri , i ! THE HERALD. PHIIiLIPSBUR.0. - KANSAS 700 dolls at Huling & Anderson's. .Children's plain and fancy tea sets at Haling & Anderson's. ;XIave you taken a cold? You can .care it promptly by using Ayer's Cherry Tec Loral. A lot of dry goods and stove furni .tura for sale cheap at iiuliug & Ander son's. Ben Delph has moved into the Eagle Hotel where he is ready to play the part of 4 'mine host," to the comfort of an anxious public. A full Hoe of lamps and lanterns at Haling & Auderson's. Bonn. To Mr. and Mrs. Goddard, Sunday, Nov. 1.5th, a boy weight 10 lbs. Mr. Goddard wears a smile of eatisfaction. L. W. Young and family left Ellis for their new home in rhillipsburg, Kansas. L. V. U going to engage in the butcher bmineis. Ellh Headlight. The "White Sewing Machine at Huling & Anderson's cheap for cash, or can be got on time. Mr. G. II. Chism called Wednesday, and renewed his subscriptions to the Heuald. Mr. Chism u one of the good substantial farmer...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 November 1885

5 m. - The experiment of dammirg the head waters of the Mississippi at advantageous points in order to accumulate a Etore of water sufficient to keep the lower river at a navigable Etage during the summer months is a demonstrated success. Three dams, commenced in 1SS2, were complet ed for us this year, with a storage capac ity in the natural lake reservoirs for holding the surplus water of 75,000,000, CC0 cubic feet. The basin drained into these reservoirs covers an area of over 3,000 fquare miles. When the water be low St. Paul fell eo as to interrupt naviga tion in the beginning of August the sup ply in the reservoirs was drawn upon and the river kept at a navigable stage. After the reservoir system is completed it will have the double value of check ing to some extent the disastrous floods in the upt er river when there is too much water and of eking out the supply when there is too little. The Memphis Avalanche Eaye: Take the proudest and oldest family of the human race and it i...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 November 1885

Oamston's Gift BY HUGH CONWAY. TOLD BY PHILLIP BRAND, M. L., LONDON, IX. A fl iv fir tvr nfrr-r T hnrJ wifnpwpd wrint. T lavored wiih a visit from ihe man whose ser vices we had secured to trace Madeline, hince he had received his instructions we had heard nothing of his proceedings until he now called to report irorross in jx-i-son. Car rbton had not expressed the slightest curiosi ty as to where the man was or what he was about. I'robably he looked upon the employ ment of this private detective as nothing more useful than a salve to my conscience. That Madeline was only to bo found through the jower which he professed to hold of see ing her in his visions was, 1 felt certain, be coming a rooted belief of his. "Whenever I expressed my surprise that our agent had brought or sent no information, Carriston shrugsed his shoulders, and assured me that Irom the hrst he knew the man's researches would be fruitless. However, the fellow had called at last, and, 1 hoped, had brought us good ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 November 1885

THE HERALD.. rniLLIP&BURG. - KANSAS WAnn ei !- '5 ulioin everyVj.ly kaows tc3 tua successful lliiliaer of liiO - of America, says t'u.'it while a passenger frcm 'New York on bonrd a ship going mound Caps Horn, in the e.-iriy days of cm iepat ion to Cal ifornia, he 1-jarinti that ono of the. oll'.cers of the resel Lad cured him rlf, during thj voy a, of ae obi'.iuat-j dlcuso hy tha iLie cf Ayers Sarsaparilla. Since tnen Mr. Lklaxd r :-o'i:; i;.f n.'e d 'AYKH'.S SAIISArAUILI.A ill lli:il:y ilni!;ir -'ease-, :uid he has ut-v.-r yet heard of i; j f.ii 'ure to elTwt :i radical ciiri. Soino ji-jii n'O oini ( Mr. I.r.LAxn'.-! f;:i:n laborers br'.iI--d h. ! Ow ii.sr to the had 6tate of his l.!oo!, nix u!y scrofulous fut'.ilu:; orlumji ajii.cured ou the injured liinh. lioi rihlo it hinir of tho skin, with burning and Parting :tins through tho lump, inado Lfo &l:MOt inlolcrahli!. Tho log hecamo enor mously enlarsed, and running ulee.3 formed, Ht!charb'in' great qr.antili. s of extreme...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 November 1885

a, rasas. l.f -Vfe--, TgLir" i m.-'." KiblALlJ f i r s SPEAK TO UIIiJI THAT THKY GO lOIAVAHL. VOL. VIII NO 3. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1885. 81.50 IN ADVANCE. Ji.il l-lOj-.w'v 1 7 J ! ( t THE HERALD. PHILLIPSBURG, - KANSAi flBLlSHEB EUR! SAIltDil HY LEWIS & KORNS. Arrival and Departure of Malls, Mail east and W est via. B. Mo. Pacific 11. R.. arrives 7 a. m., leaves 7:liip. m., daily. Alma Hiid ''hillipsuur- Arrives ii p. m., Mon da.TB, ami Friday: leaves I p. m. Lout; island and Phillipslnr" Arrives 12 m. and Jeavebl p. it., on Tuesdays Thursdays aud Satur davs. Nance and PMIlfpsbiiri' Arrives 4 p. in., Tues day a aad Fridays; leaves 8 a. in., Wednesdays and yaaturdays. ... Wairiiersvillc and philhpsbuash Arrives 2 p. rn. and leaves H p. ru. on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Post-Office Hours o-ena 8 a. in., closes at S p. m. Sunday opens tt a. la. and 7 p. m., tlo-es 10 -a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Money order business closes jit 6 p. m. No money order or register letter...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 November 1885

THE HERALD. PIIILLIPSDURG. - KAN OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPEI?.. Satci pay, NovrJMnti: 2St, liSZ. There is a lii'M tment on foot to erect a monument to keil. Diekei sou couni h&s a lady Register of Deeds. Ofi'cial lelu'rni i h w iha.t tlie late proh.bit.or; vo.e in Dhio reached r. early ri.9,0to. Kervia ii.iiaria.i v,ur la thought to be over. During the latier ban of the 'campaign , the Luiaiians got the beat of the light. King Alfonso, of Spain, died at 9 o'clock A. M. on the 25th inst., of con sumption, accelerated by dysentery. The widow of the young King is said to be completely prostrated. Governor Iluadley , of Ohio, left God out o;' his Thanksgiving pnclam ttion, and it now transpires thut he did it, on purpose; the results of the late election evidently st.ll rankle in his bosom. On the 21-a in-st .? Judo French, of LaCygne, Kus., sentenced Hubert "Vis ner, to four months imprisonment in the county ;ai!j aud to pay a jine of 5.' O.CO and costs for the v.okitiou ol the pro hibit...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 November 1885

J V I THE HERALD. rillliLIPriBUttG. - KANSAS In pursuance of ihe Thanksgiving proclamation, many a turkey wai sac rificed in thid city last Thursday. Everybody stuffed himself into a condi tion of thatkfulye-s, and even the doc tors may have cause to be thankiul for possible results. 7. D. Bonar waj in town a few days last week. Dallas Harmon has just completed a very neat wood and coal house. The Alma Tribune is changed to a five column quarto. All kinds of Land business will be promptly attended to at this oflice. Senator Grander is now a full fltdged citizen of this city. S. J. Ilartman has purchased Ritner Smith's residence in this city. B. E. Morton ha bought the Fleisher Louse in the south part of town. It will make him a good home. There is a woman in Norton county whose eye teeth are said to bo one and a half inches lon. We wish to thank Mr. and Mrs Chas. Frederick for a fine Thanksgiv ing turkey. Rev. B. R. Turner has been accused ol preaching an excellent sermon last Sunda...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 November 1885

THE HERALD. riiii.L.irtfBUitc, - KANSAS FOR TH2 CS2 C Doss. more fe Sot--els gent! 'j, 2 fj 4 Pi.?; t':toTourjh'.j, 4 to C ETTterieuce xc'ul decide t' prefer Cjs: in each cuic, , Tot CoaitJpatlon, cr Costlrenecs, no remedy la so tlTcctiiro cs Ayeb' Ph.". They Insure regular daily action, and to rtoro the towel to a Lcajthy condition. TnT Indigestion, or Dyapepsla, Aveb's j Tills are invaluable, and a eura ctirsj, i Heart-burn, toss of Appetite, Foul1 Btomach, Flatulency DlizlneM, Ued clie, NumbiieaB, Saasta, are all relieved find cured by Ayee's Tills. In Liver Complaint, Eillotis .Disorder, txai Jaundice, Aylu's Tills thould ba g.Ten La doses laro euouh to excite tho Jiter and bowels, and rcmora conatipation. As a cleansing medicine a Cue pria, deed Pills are unequalled. ' Worms, caused by a morbid condition of tlie bowels, are expelled by these Pills. Eruptions, Skin Diseases, and Piles, the result of Indigestion or Constipation, aro cured by the use of AvtB'S PitXS. For Colds, ta...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 December 1885

V - 4 r ! I! i r t r i 1 ; s n SPEAK TO THKM THAT THEY GO FORWARD. VOL. VIII NO. 4 PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1SS5. $1.50 IN ADVANCE. j THE HERALD. PIIIL.LIPSBURG, - KANSAS'. ITKLlsaE") EVERY SATL'RMI BY . LEWIS & KOIINS. Arrival and Departure of Mails, Mail east ami west via. CB.Mo.racificli.il.. arrives 7 so hi., leaves M p. daily. Alma ami Pbillipsburg Arrives (i p. in.,- Mou dara, and Friltvs; leaves I p. m. Long Island in: el PUilii-pbburg Arrives 13 rn. ami leaveo 1 p. vi; on lues 'lay-, Thursdays and Satur luvs. Nance and PLinipsburg Arrive? 4 p. in., Tuef dare mul Fridays; leaves 8 a. iu., Wednesdays: and iiatunlav.-. Wagnerse'ille and phUlips-buagb. Arrives 2 p. in. end leave fi ji. ia. on Tuesdays and Saturdays. Post-Office Ilour: ( 'pen? K a. m., closer. t H p. in. fcui:i!:iy opens t) a. in . and V p. in., tlo-es lii a. m. and 7 p. in. Money order business closes at tt p. m. No money order or register letter busi ness tmiititieted Suuduy. JI. C. SfAUL...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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