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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 16 January 1886

THE HERALD- pIIIIIISBUI!G, - KANSAS. OFFICIAL COUNTY Pi i J, T3 nli Sat 11 DAY, .lANL'AKY 1C, lSv.'C. BURDEN; NOT PRIVILEGES Senator Infills in commenting upon the LT.nited Slates re-unie laws as ap plied to the sale f liquor under excise taxes, di-cour.-es as follows: "The idea that the government sanc tions or licences a tralho bv tuxii'JT it. ! peems to m; to be very trans; aivi.x. ab surdity. It reshs upon an exceed ngly impencct condition of the mealing of taxation. Taxes are bin dens, not privilege?. Ti.ey are endured only be oause they nVe necessary for the evid ence of government. Sornet'mes they )iave been imposed to such an extent a to destroy both the? trallie. and tiic rev enue. 1l would be irregular to claim, in sneh a condition, tint llie govern ment licenced the business widen it de .tr3"ed, and th.it it condemned ihe fratlie upon which it, impo-cd no bur den at all. I am aware thaf mar. 3- intelligent and phil jnihropie people hmie-ve that the government of ihe Unite...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 16 January 1886

THE HERALD; ' Mrs. M. Ileckley h:-.3 returned from er eastern visit. Jas. Woods has excellent buck-wheat flour cheap . Try it. ; Irwin McDow ill has painted up his new billiard hall in elegant shape. ,Our contemporaries will pleae ex- The blood-cleansiri; qualities of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. render it invaluable in all tkin disorders. Mr. 1. Wiles favored us with a pleas- ant can mis wee-c ana repicnisncu our exchequer with some of the needful. O. V. Bichiord's-new building is progrefsing' s!6u1y on account of the se vere veather. Dr. Wallace reports Geo. Veeh's lit tle daughter tail ch Letlcr and in- a fair way to recover. Ayer's Hair Vigor prevents the hair from turning gray, and restores gray hair to its original color. Try it! O. W. r.ickford lost several head of hogs during the severe storms of the past two weeks. Mr. A. J. Adam?, father of Mrs. C.J. Fleming, has been visiting in this city lor a few days. The IIkuald acknowl edges a pleasant call. Ilun. John Ilissell, of Kirwin, w...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 16 January 1886

i r ln E GENTS FURNISHING GOODS I -M5!7" AND- Te.tc; a,r3. Caps, Road Notice- State of Kansas, County of riiilIip-. t jOfticv of County Clerk. Jan 11th, 18S3. Notice U hereby fciven. that on the Oth day of January, 18S6, a petition signed by John V. Close and seven teen others, was presented t the Hoard of County Commissioners of the county and state aforesaid praying lor the location of a certain road de scribed us follows, viz: From center of Section 27, Town 3, Jlange IS wot. ilunninif west one lialf mile to section line between 27 uiul L8 of Town 3 llange IS west. Wkkkkui ox said Board of County Commissioners appointed the follow ing named persona, viz: M. V. lioyil, K. i. liadclill and Jonas David as viewers, with instructions to meet at the beginning of said road in Phillips burg township, on Saturday, the Oth day of February, A. D. lsst!, ami pro ceed to yicw said road and tive to all Iiariies a hearing. By order of the joard of County Ijommi-sioners. S. J . 11aut:ja., County...

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 January 1886

C O J- 1 V J 1 VOL. VIII NO 11. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1886. Si. 50 IN ADVANCE. HPKAK 'JO TH MIIWU 'J J -' J- "V THE HERALD. PHIELIlSBUUG. - , KANSAS. ft'JIllbJW- EUSI SAHKBAI UY tgwis KOfis. Arrival ar.i Departure of Malls, f njl .-apt and west via. C. B Mo. Pacific H. K.. ftrrivenTs m., l.:..t-s tla-ip. in., daily. Alma ami PhViiip-'v.-sj Arrives 12. ra., Mon days, anl r'.-io-v : l-.-aves I p.m. Long Inland and Ph i i li ! ' : Arrive 12 m. Hud I p. in., Tm.-ii'T'. 'i'harsduys mid iSutur tl.tys. f - - - r N-ac and Viiiiiipcbur.f Am.vs 3 p. m., Tnw ?ays and Kridiiya; leaves g a. in., Wednesday: und Btnri'ivo. i.guersvilV, c.-.d P!'i'.'i'fcoun:rh Arrives 'J p. ra. an ' lcivcs-.', m. ori Ta'sJiiys and Saturdays." post v'.T.t oHluiit- 'aj.ciis 8 ;i. ir;., closes at p. m. fcumlt.y open 0 a. m. and 7 p. m.. do es 1 . m. a-1 7 : p. in. Money order business doses atop. . a itio.vy order or icj'.-'.tr it'itcr uuji- .et2 transacted fcuudny. 1. C. Clark. P. M. .Japtist se...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 23 January 1886

THE HERALD. ... 1?J H L LI FSB UR.G. - KANSAS. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. ... . - i. Satuhday, Jamait 23, 1SSG. f ' : : " Dakota knocks for td mission, and will probably be received. 1 he number of business failures throughout the- United States last week were John Sherman received the entire Re publican vole in the Ohio 'Legislature, The Democratic predictions ailed to connect!" Wui. J . Baldwin, recently convicted of murder in the first degree, at Atchi son, eonimer.ecd prison life fa the Kan sas Penitentiary January 12Lh. .lie has been assign d to the tailor shop. Sam Lap'psn, the defaulter , has locat ed at Ienora, Kansa', and will attempt to build himself up again.' Lappin ought to be able to do a lucrative busi nvts. He has been well advertised. In consideration of 200 acres of land near Fort Scott, donated by the Board of Trade , Mr. Ferk'inson , of Ottawa, re ing in behalf of a syndicate or capi talists, has agree:! to erect a sorghum manufactory with a capacity to handle 100 to...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 23 January 1886

THE HERALD- : PIlIKLIPriBURG. - KANSAS LAWS OK NEWSPAPERS. Subscribers who do not Riva express notice to the contrury are considered as wishing to con tinue their subscription. Any pen-in w ho recc-wes a new spaper and Makes nse of it, whether he bus ordered it or not, will be hulil in law to be t subscrioi-r. If subsrribirs tnnvu to other places without in forming the patlii rs, aud the paper id sent to the finuer uireilluii. they ro responsible. -No tice should always be given of removal. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take papers fiorn the offl.-e or plae to which they are sent, tney ar h'j'.d responsible until they settle bills n.-:l five notice to discontinue. Still cold. "Winter is half over. Subscriptions to the IIkkalo are earning in rapidly. C. J. Fleiaicg is preparing to put up a large quantity of ice. The Celia Enterprise is the latent Irora the west, published by F. II, Eno. The rhillips County I?auk speaks for itself this week in a double column "ad." We understand...

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 January 1886

D. .i. RULLYG, f ; as" a LJ W . . f i WEST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE. Deak-rs in D ! W A A FULiLi STOCK GS? - h 1 1 i i s t j Lj L.j .JL y U yy A y i ,9 -1 oayoiine stoves and R AIR GEilTS FtlRfllSHIMG GOODS ! -BMY AMD- Road Ilotice- f-.tcte of Kansas, ) County of Phillips. 'Office of C'ornty Clerk. Jan 11th, 1SSG. Not i'-e i-t ht rdy pivt'ii. tlint on the 1'th clay i' January. lb8o. a ietitio'-i Hgned hy John V. Close and stveii-tet-n others, waj presented t( the 2'oard or County ConnuisiKnei's of l lie eounty and state aforesaid praying Tor the location of a cerium ruud de eriL d ::s follows, viz: ' From center of Section 27, Town 3, li:itire IS west. Jlunning wtst one half jvile to section line between 27 tmd I.H uf Town 3 itange IS west. W'HKKKUhtiM fcaid lioard of County Coiiiioissioners appointed the follow ing nani'jd persons, viz: JI. V. lioyd, 2.1. (. K.ideliir and Jonas David as viewers, with instructions to meet at the beginning of said road in l'hillips 'l.urg township, on Satu...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 January 1886

SPEAK TO THEM THAT THEY GO FOKWAUD. -t . 1 1 VOL. VIII NO 12. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 18S6. $1.50 IN ADVANCE, i i . . i i t Hi t THE HERALD. PHILLIPSBURG. - KANSA: IT11S!IE EVEEI SAIlRDiT r.v LEWIS &, HORNS. Arrival and Departure of Malls, 31 all enrt nnd west via. C. 15. Mo. Pacific It. It., arrives 7 a. m., leaves C:30p. in., daily. Aim and I'liilHpbur- Arrives 12. w ilon i.ive, and KridH-.-n: leave' Ip..i. LonR uandoJiU rMtilliptd. ira Arriv-a-12 pi. and l.-fcvei. I p. in., on Tuesday, Thursdays and Stur- ''so.nce and Pai'.lipsbur: Arrive 3 p. m.. Tues days and Fridays; leaves 8 a. m., Wednesdays and KiNV Jersville and Plilllipslmafih Arrives 2 p. m. ard leave 3 p. ni. ou Tues.lu.vs and Saturdays .Poht-Olliee Hours Opens 8 a. in., closes ut 8 p. jn Sundays opens 9 a. in. and 7 P. in., clones II) a m. and V.V) p. TO. Money order business closes nt b p. i. No money order or register letter busi ness transacted Sunday. D. C. CliitK, P. M. 7aitist services, rv...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 January 1886

THE HERALD- ' PHILllPSIiUJUG, - KANSAS. OFFICIAL eOUKTY PAPB. SATUKPAY, JANUAKT CO, 1SSG. No Trains No Mails No Mails No News. rhillip3barg has received no eastern .mail since Tuesday the 20th, Conse quently no news from the Legislature. However, wo have some assnrenca of a. through train by tie Fourth of July. OLerlin post cfl'icc has been made a Presidential affair. An election has been called in Ellii county to vote $145,000 in aid of a north and south Ku.il road. The bond proposition of the Omaha, Abileno & Wichita R, It. carried in Dickenson county by a good round ma jority. Amount vuted 8150,000. Francis Murphy, who is working to reclaim rneii from drunkenness, has tied the blue ribbon on 5,000 persons In Cleveland, Ohio, within the putt i wo months. There promises to be a great short age in the broom corn crop, the sup ply being shorter than has been ex perienced for years. Prominent doal l is expect to pay as hiyh ua S'300 a ton. At that price an ordinary brom would be 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. — 30 January 1886

l.r RALD. rilllLirSBURG. - KANSAS LAWS OK NEWSPAPERS. Subscribers ho do not ive express notice to the contrary are considered cs wisLin to con tinue their subscription. Any nercon who receive." n newspaper and wskes" upc-oi.it, whether be bus ordered it or not, will Le LelJ in law to be a tubcribcr. If gulwribt-rs move to otber placet1 without in forming tie publisher, anJ tiie paper is i-ent to the former direction, thc-V" itr held rerpoit.-lblc. No tice houid always be given of removal. If eubcrlborx refuse or neglect to take papers from ;tte ollice or p!a.-e to u hich fiiey arc M-ut, they are Lekl ref pontdble until they ceUiebiiU end p;ive notice to discontinue. - - . -. ' . . . . " i Parties indebted to C. J, Fleming have a polite imitation to pay up. D. A. Iluling goes east this vreek in search of new goods. An Osborne county hunter bagged a large eagle recently. Ben Delph has been carrying around a stiff neck for the past few days. The abundance of snow speaks vol umes in fav...

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 January 1886

Z. HULIXG, f xi b Id l -ir i - . . ' WEST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE. - Dealers in A FULL STOCK OF STOVES ri 1 1 T , 'i h E A H IN f n Li :;" ' ' . C "v '.. V. -. :-. , . V - 1 : and BEHTS FURNISHING G000S AND- 23:a,t!3 o.xi.X Caps, Ho ad IXotice- Htate of Kauris, Comity f Phillips, f Ollire of County Cleric, Jan 11th, IftSG. Notice is hereby fciven, that on the fll'i day of January, 1SSC, a petitioM hifned by John V. Clo,se and .seven teen others, was presented to the liourd of County Commissioners of the county and state aforesaid praying for the location of a certain road de scribed as follows, viz: From center of Section 27, Town 3, Jtange IS west, Jlunniiiij west one Jialf mile to section line between 27 and -H of Town 3 Jiatige IS west. Wiikhkufox said Board of County Commissioners appointed the follow ing named persons, viz: M. V.Boyd, 11. G. Budeliir and Jonas David as viewers, with instructions to meet at the beginning of said road in Phillips burg township, on Saturday, the Cth da...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 February 1886

rEvu: to thkm that thky go i''oiavAi.D. VOL. VIII NO 14. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1886. $1.50 IN ADVANCE. -7 I- W. A THE HERALD. rillLLIPSBUKG. - KANSAS. ITSL1S2ED EVERI SiTLEDil BY LEWIS & KOIINS. Arrival and Departure of Malls, MaU eaet and wtt-t vin. C. li. Mo. Pacific It. R.. arrives 7 a. m., h-iives 6 3itp. in., daily. Alma and Pbi'.iipeburj; Arrives 12. in., Mon days, anil Krilnv; leaves I p.m. I-ontf Island and rfcillipsburg Arrives 12 m. and leaves 1 p. m., on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Salnr cUvs. Nance and PhillinBburjr Arrives 3 p. m., Tues days and Fridays; leaves 8 a. ni., Weduef days and Saturdays. WBirnerevIlie and PbiMIpphungrh Arrives 2 p. ni. tr t leaver 3 p. m. on Tuesdays and Saturdays. post-Oinee Hours ('pens 8 a. m., closes at S p. m. Sundays opens 9 a. ra. and 7 p. m., clos-es 1(! A. m. and7:30p- w. .Money order business eloses at B p. w. No money order or register letter busi ieS transacted Sunday. D. C. Clark, P. M. TJuptUt eerviees, n.e...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 February 1886

THE HERALD- piiillipsbueg. KANSAS, OFFICIAL COUNTY PApEP,. Sati'iedaf , Fkuruart 1:1, 186G. Disrestof Land Decisions. ConqnUd by S. IF. Snow, Land Attor ney, Washington, D. C. Contkst. Wlille it is the better practice not to allow proceedings against a pre-emption claim, prior to offer to make final proof, yet the gov ernment may at any time exercise the right of instituting inquiry as to wheth er c!aininant is complying with the law. In such case objection to the jurisdic tion of the local ouice should be made piior to trial on the merits. Sec'y to Coni'r, Nov. H, case of Strawn vs. Maher. Final Pkooi' Satisfactory Evidence : The district officers should thorough ly scrutinize and test the accuracy and reliability of all proof presented for their action. Formal answers to the questions contained in the printed forms should not be held satisfactory without cross-examination. Sec'y to Coni'r, Nov. 20, 1863, case of Fred King. Homestead Entry. Settlement rights : One holding as a tena...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 February 1886

THE HERALD. I'HIILiriSBURa. - KANSAS Drynoods, II. C. Spaulding. Buy a suit of clothes at LeGngwelTs. Books, II. C. Spaulding. For farm loans call on Wni Bissell. tf G. A. Spaulding started Monday evening for Topeka on a business trip. All kinds of Land business will be v romptly attended to at this office. Jewelry, U. C. Spauldiug. Ceo. W. St'mson is absent a few days vX OLerlin, Kansas. Valentines , comic and fancy, at II. C. Spauiding's. J. F. Morse will pay the highest mar ket price for four foot wood. Stationery, II. C. Spaulding. M. II. Gardner called Monday and left some of the "needful ." Fleming keep3 a good supply of meat always on hand. Misses Hose Eldred and Julia Close visited Kirwin last week , Fine Velvets, II. C. Spaulding. I will sell good prints at 3 and 5 cts. j eryard. H. C. Spaulding. Header, you can get an overcoat at Eelllngwell's just your fit. For renewal of Gilbert & Gay loans, call on Wm. Bissell. tf Cheap Trints, II. C. Spaulding. For a good cut from ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 February 1886

- i "J ' :jU 9 t;- 'r- & ai M TT iin JLj KJ GENTS FURHISHIHG GOODS AND- ISafcn and Caps, Land Office at Kirwin, Kansas. 10473 Decembe r f th, 1S-5. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler hH filed liotice of his intention to make C ual proof in support of his claim, und that eaid proof v. ill be mile belure the Dint, or l'robute Court, at I'mllipfburtr, Ks.,on March 4th, IS60, viz THOMAS FOKGfiK, lid 1T0S9, for the uw'i sec-lion 13, town 3", range li. lie names the following witneyfs to prove bis continuous residence upon, and cultivation o!, iid laud, viz: .1. II. Kurtz, 1. Jioout-y, P.J. Clark and il. rt. Poling, all of Pliillii.cbur, Kans. J JilN DISiKLL, lleiiister. Wm. ifireell, Att'y. ik-c-19- DIVORCE NOTICE. In the District Court of Phillips County, Kansas Jl. M. Damn, r"lainti2, V8 K. G. Darn'n, Defendant The defendant; K. tJ. Darrin, w ill take notice that she has been ued in the District Court of Phillips County, State of Kansas, by the jilaiiitilf, Jj....

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 February 1886

SPEAK TO THKM THAT TEEV GO FORWaIjD. VOL. VIII NO -16- PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1886. $1.50 IN ADVANCE. ) t THE HERALD. rillLLirSBtJRG. KANSAS. BY LEWIS & EOTCsS. Arrival and Departureof Mails, Ma'l cast west via. C. B. M. Pacific R. R-. ernves 7 . m., leave? G:30p. St., d-J!y Alma and Phillip-bar Arrives V. ra., Mob- ion" I'-n'i and Ph'llipeburtr Arrives 12 " ' . ael p. m., on'lQtsJay. 'AtursJays and Satur- vtwe and PMlHr" bunj-Arrives .3 p. m., Tnes mid Fridays; leaves. 8 a. rn., Wednesdays ana Wtt-c-sville and rhmipeboa;h Arrives 2 p. m. and l"vo in. m. on Tuewdaya and Saturdays. Post-Offl'-e Ilou.-Cptr.o 8 a. in., cWs at 8 p. to Sunday opens 9 ft. m. and 7 p. in., closes X' 'ro and 1 :M) p.m. Money order business close atop No inonev order or register letter bum nui transacted Sunday. d & p 1 ,iun itu.n 7?aptiit servi' os, riev. !N. B. lloman will preach J lit lue Presbyterian church, on Slate street be tween Fourth and Fifth, the first Sunday iu ever...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 February 1886

AT THE HOAKDIXI HOI hey appointed to nioet in the parlor When ail of tho Kitd were u.-le-i. And they parted with 6w-t protestation That fitch the appointment w tidd keep. They wen' punctual, just to the second. Ami their jrreelinirs were a.- soft as a Lreail. A they bat on fan Kiune ia the parlor. Where all wiu client us death. And they spooned in that fashion ln-euliiir To verdancy iu love's charm Hhe, rutint; her head on his shoulder, lie, encircling hia waist witli his arm. Soon their even to the ditrk urew m-customf-d, And then tiieir enjoyment took win,;, for they Ktw in that parlor, four others RiiiiHed iu the very (strao tiling. TOM'S KETUKX. Her father stoiled her," sai d Mrs. Banner, "always. And -what she is to Jo now, I am sure I do not know. Hhe is no more fitted to go out into the world and earn her own living than a baby !" As Mrs. Benner uttered the.se disagree able truths, she looked at Hortense with cold, unsympathetic eyes. Hortense, cowering in the deep, old-fashi...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 February 1886

I 1 - I fro 3 . int at 1L Aim thij A. KANSAS II AS. EiiorsKl I-publican. A good name ; A central location; A Email state debt ; Two million cattle; Pure air and lots of it ; An industrious people; An occasional blizzard; A prohibitory liquor law ; A fine climate in epots; Italian skies occasionally; A law-abiding population; A reasonably dry climate : An orchard on every farm ; Two and half million hogs ; Eleven unorganized counties ; Fifty-two million acres of land; Thirty-three daily newspapers; Eighty-six organized counties ; Blue grata and clover pastures; Seven thousand school houses ; Eight thousand Kchool teachers; Eight hundred thousand sheep ; Million acres of 'homestead lando; A true valuation v 8555,000,000 ; Millions of bees ad tons of honey ; Plenty of quail aiti prairie chickens ; A moderate municipal indebtedness; Twenty-seven milions taxable acres; First-class building stone everywhere; Possums, paw-pawa and persimmons ; Six hundred thousand horses and mules ; Fourte...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 February 1886

HERALD- riiiLLirsEuno. - Kansas. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPEI?. Satli day, Ffbkcary20, 188C. The legislature will probably adjourn to-day at noon. Beloit is about to baye a signal ser vice weather report. Miss- Belva Lockwood i3 m aking a lecture tour through the west. The old Fitz John Porter case is Again revived in congress. Like Uar. quo 'a ghost it will not down . The portrait of L. G. Parker, the bad ladies roan of Oberlin , has recently ap peared in the Police Gazette. Such is notoriety: Henry Waterson, of the Louisville Courier-Journal, has been dangerously sick for the past few days, but is thought to be irnprovicg at the present time. The newspapers speak of him as "Phillip Krohn, of Kansas." Is it im possible to give him a more definite location? The Beloit Courier enters upon its eighth year with a finely equipped of iice and clear from debt. The IIekald congratulates Bro. Caldwell, the editor of one cf the best papers in the state, upon these evidences of his prosperity, trust...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 February 1886

HE HERALD. - KANSAS , ji.clit Vi. C. Raiding, i : , H. C. Spa-uUlc. I r lard loans call on Wm BisselL tf . V.relry, H. C. Spauldiug. A f.ne line of irou and wood pumps, Haling & Anderson's. I Irs. P. J. Crcokham is visiting her I .rents in Ilushviile township. See Lefiingwell for that new suit of clothes. A remnant of groceries at actual cost, :,t Iluling & Anderson's. .7. F. Morse will pay the highest mar ket price for four foot wood. Stationery, II. C. Spaulding. C. J. Fleming went r.p to the Prairie Dog to look over his farm last Tuesday. Gebhart has several bushels of fine onions. Ail wool wnue Dianuets, utsi qaauij, . .. 1 t A 1 A. IfJ only $4 a pair, at James Woods". Crass seed and bulk garden seed, at Hiding & Anderson's, i Fine Velvets , II. C. Spaulding. T vtill ee-U trood nrinta at 3i and 5 cts " "- - a jr - i per yard. II. C. Spaulding. - S bolts of Casino ginghams at Woods' cheap cash store. Wagon wood work and iron, at Hul leg & Anderson's. llirtvin has ...

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