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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 April 1886

THE HERALD. PUlLLIlUL'Iia, KAN HAS. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPE& KORNS & BiCKFORD, Publishers. Satuiiijay , AruiL 3, 188i. The rmu-Liueiy in the Missouri l'acif ic Machine bhop was utterly demolish ed on the Suih , by a mob of masked strikers. The Wa-Keeney World and Elsworth Importer are trying to decide which of lheir towns bhall be the state capital in ca-e the state is diYided. Seems as though they are Loth blightly previous iu their efforts. The examination of Cora I.ee and Mrs. Malloy earue to a close on the 31st ult. They were found accessories to the crime of killing Sarah Graham. Cora Lee he'd, and Mrs. Malloy bound over ia the sum of 5 ,(.00 to await the action of the grand jury. Dr. Krohu has fallen into a bad box , probably fixed up for him by the saloon element. lie was inticed to Junction City on appointment with a" lady fiiend w ho gave bim to understand that every thing was "all right." Everything was all right to catch the Pr. ia a very un fortunate predicament. li...

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

9 .1 THE HERALD. PHir.LIPSBURG. - KANSAS V - r rn mar rte found on file at Ora P. t . .; J rr-,rfcfl lt..-.-ii su,. Ni-v,,.ii-r-A!i. TfKs.iij? iiureu ( kt suniec r,t i- v li' Jid VI' 'll'1 -. .. r jjj) y km Til i I 11 X -N -. V . O ii Arrival and Departure of Malls, Vail at aw) webt via. C. B. Mo. Faciflc R. K., arrive. 7 . m., :) p in., cit.dy Alma aiid HilllliobuxK Arnvcb li. m., 3Ioa- ttaya, n4 Friday-; leave 1 P. w. Lui " leiouclund l'lilUllLmr.' Arrives 12 in. find ienvcol I. ou Tuday, 'iliurdii and Sutur- ""jiiuce nod Phllllpibur!? Arrive 8 p. m.. Tut d-.e and i'rldy; Uav'c B a. in., cdaeii:;vs and bTuereviUe and riii'.lIpol.uuL'h Arrives 2 p. El. aud Icavi 3 p. 111. iu Tur-Ju) a:.d Sjluriio) 3 . IVft-Orficu Houre Oyei.s B a. m., t:o! t 8 p. m bundaja opens V m- "-d 7 p. in., l'-?''t In a m and 7 : P- n-- Mom-v order Ijuciiuia elites uep ra. fio uionev order or register letter liusi Unacted .unduy. p M hnrclif.-?. 7 uptiet services, .ev. N. 11. llomtin wl. preach Xal til Preab...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 April 1886

ATMiit ViClMlrVi hill HtJvoJii, '.MiDi;t ,t a lioiuo, aUsJ-iua' thxoaifh Vvlovrtti, u!:sjwu, by scythe nnsLorn, 1 iKjr, rijfs:iLi-ii farm-iir-lda lit. Once i'n'li aiiU nio wilii gclleu Cora AiiU vide t;i DroiulUii of rye. Of healthful h.-rb mid flower bereft, 'lad eai't-n plot no house wi fa km.'U; TiirouJi wtrroi tuiJ taiigle, only ieii, A lilac spray, once Llooootn-clad, bwus tai bi-foro Uie empty room; Ber-iao li t) rociicMj ponroli a aatl .Lr aiiieiic leii rotH blooms. His track, in mold and dunt of drouth, Ua door aud heum. th iKjuirrel lav. And in tiitt n relet- ciiimui-y uiuutu ilia ftou Uie eoler VMuvtA Tlio laiiing barn, about to full, licnouuU-) no mure ou bu.-kiu ev?s; iu catiie low in yard or oi.aU, No UU-etoIier btxiLa Lib bnt'iiV'-ft. So sad, fto drear! It seems iduiot bouie liauiiuiitf pivmnce mukre ita sitn; That aowa yon autulowuy l-iiii a true k ' t Miylit drive liis dpoctxid km-! O hom so desolate and loin! Dili ell rliy memories diu with thee? Were any vd, wre an...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 April 1886

SPEAK TO m-UHA. THAT THEY GO FORWARD. PIIILLirSBUlUi, KANSAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1880. VOL. VIII. NO. 22. 81.50 IN AD VAN CI-:. GEXEIIAL NEWS. DOMESTIC. A circular is issued to the stockholders of the Atchiaou, Topeka k hanU t'e company. It sets forth that by an act of con;;re.-', la.seiel ia July, 1H.-4, the Southern Kansas railroad company waft invested with the rifcjht of locating, conntructiutf and operat ing a railroad and telegraph and telephone line, as well as a branch through certain, por tions of the territory, in accordance with which the company located the main line running from Arkansas City, wiutlierly, in the direction f Leninou and i'ort Worth, and also loci d a branch from Kiowa, on the northerr border of Kansas, southwest erly in the direction of Wolf creek and into the Pan-Handle of Texas, the total mileage being about iioO miles thus located. Cou rross also granted at the same time to the Gulf, Colorado fc buxita Fe liailroad com pany the nyht to extend its roa...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 April 1886

noton l::t ri A F t, t.C h LiCkFCKD, Publishers. r:A ri'f.UAV, Ariai. in, 1 .;. ValiilL;tJlI, March lis, 1 'ike l"re-ideiil coiili.ic.es to give V.:n Ann.: ih,- ac.a.lo or y c u r fa a a a . ; consul.-: aoi e.ci .Ma . e ;..'..'. . I a 1:1: ha . there Iris been s eisling be- nam -d : ' '- and yica.i T bam met e:tok Thursday to a i.Laoo:: oi fca.e ,.c.. .tea.;, i : (' on. ' j ciigs"C3siutM, v-eii-tors and Members. ! f,jV",,V", d ,'r ,, ,'..'."l",!,lr'i-..V.r.:"'. '" . J ! At the-c dinners political .subjects are j (.a;Ul-e ;u mc--caiiag t j P, Imivi -.Ush Ukeu fcU'iM to inoori'or- i never touched upon, but there i-i a great ' c;"s. r'.e. Ideal of iovial. ci.tertniumg couversa- j I fi-h-nds a ml i es are i-'t-i.-i (";.! 3' Manning toiAiuuti to im- ' ". . , , , l J a j M-J up itidiscriuutiia'.e.y, and . J love. - i I'rc-id.nt is enabled to become better 1 'i iie wicked Atchison Cli.Lc aster U I nc.p:.diited Willi men whom be u e.U tn:it tdne out of tea men arc as bad m j to know. ' j Kr...

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 April 1886

Ic-rcxlcL. riiirxirsEUi'.u. KANSAS t nf ;,i li...v,ol lV lo a, ,n- .-..r A-l- " :-l . vb. r.- or : ; .u.-;i i Si L a.'.', H li.K. LAWS Oh NEWSPAPERS. Siibsirit-rn who do ti,.t i-ivc espr.--. notice to lunlttiry ar- ..nsiCt-icd as , 11L .re. to ion- int-ir tuanrlpl ...n. AliV pc-r-nn who rt-1-.-iv.-.i a n..-v,.flp.-r :m.l licko-us,- til it, Khftin-r lit- li-s .noci d it tirii.il, i'...i le licid in Jaw to i..-a subscriber. IT sub-i-ribi-re tme. .- to .db.-r pb-i-i-s vifb.,ul ;u- forUilML' lilt- pub.i-n. rs. aii'.l toe paper i- .-.-ill to le lormt-r dirc-li-ui, in.-y ii hi-;J re-; ..n-oj.t-. No tice Ktiuuid ulwava Ov ivi-I! of r-.-ino ai. If tuliiirib.-r-i r.-fu-e or jitio.-.-t to t.,k.. papers' rrolu ,lhc tiifii f tir po-i.-e to ufi!-i la-y lev -en; lliey arc lleid rc-ii,,!.-:!.:.- utit:i tu,-i .- -lUc boa Hi J k'O i Ilt-liit- to i -. on I ill !,. Clothing at Leir-n.wcH's. J. vk Lowe for cheap money, tf X'or farm loam call cm Wm Livell. tf Clothing cheap at Le-llirigwekk Store. IioH....

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 April 1886

C n.y d-'i-Mii, yoa are f'rfd, A - .1 i-nt U U lion Veil U:uy korp yotl ..f-j Yi .-..:i JiiS iiilliiiiU Ckfli. ' ?'.r Kiitl-t r" S--.V it, uurllriff. "i utiiei-''' ii-uilxtl ilie (MJUlluti lips Of !i:y .-y v;;-. ohiri til-.- "Who tirt ia Heaven.' "la Heaven Le eoiiuen, An-1 the dtro friEii-T-xl lulu f-ll low, lri Literc Kiurii murv mamma. cUitLuib? I in vewy Uitrd 'oo know.' IT:iI3ow(-l b Thy enrae" came slowly, Wisk up tUii i-iiff, ultiuitst Haitiiieti, Uniy udU, i.y wJi be done." T:int 'oo finish fr me mamma? 1 wbo lirt-tul tired to-nirjht, I'k1 won't kuuw the dutVni-e will he, it jua turn way down the light r" "Y.-s, my baby, I will finish," lire uih .Um-j hints eyt-s clol tijrht, Wliiiotiie liis hUii fuiiitJy imirinumi 'Io witu loti we'll irmke it right." JirtMklyn .Magazine, AFXElt THE FALL OF TKOV. Troy baa fallen; and never will be Vr i:k.e tie war ti.at wits wa't-d for me. Cjuld 1 but have liiorw t-n veu.ru buck aim in WiUi the luve and tins ulury, Uie leisure like pain. The...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 April 1886

1 a r ... - Phillipsbisrg, SPEAK TO THE1 THAT THSV QO FORWARD. VOL. VIII. NO. 23. PIIILLirSBUIiG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, APIUL 17, 18S(S. i:. lv- J - A N k .vi ;: GENEUAL NEWS. DOMESTIC. Between 15,000 nnJ 20,0u0 people held a mounter demonstration in Chicago. 1 he audience was nlujo.it wholly composed of men between 25 and 40, comfortably elaj, and few, if any, Hhowiiur a si'u of liquor. The following rc-dolutiou was iued: jHfsoltft, 'I'lmt tnw iuhss niteim of citi zens of Chicago denounces the periidy of Jay Gould in breaking his agreement with the Kn i'hU of labor, to tettl the causes of the preooiit strike in the eouthwebt by arbi tration. By his letter of Sunday, March 2H, bust, to T. V. 1'owderly, general master workman of the Knights of Labor, Gould fitated in substance that the tjTievaiiceri of the men now on a strike in the southwest railroad system would be submitted to arbi tration. This letter wan enit to fowderly alter two interviews on tiiat Sunday at Gould's house, as part...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 April 1886

It Lwe pi..k c-ltet-l a -- io-t . L-il Ore. ' I-ouUjK Hi i-ri liebj.- "la Ilea. ven" Lt f-h.-. j frii low, T"y ramo" come alow.y. r.lom come," you wanted Ikdph Austin for yilveii, tha And Belie sailed majestically tii- judgim-m ' i - - mucu ne has so ably pre t.neJ iace the administration of Presi dent Cleveland t-ame into power. As Uecretary be has impressed Lis sub ordinates as a just man and no respect- - m.iviij. me jiuuresi ana most Lumblo man and woman la Lis depart ment receive ilia fame courteous and kind! treatment as the moot promi nent. Ail seem to feel a sense of per sonal mbfortune- in the Secretary's ilh;es. There is nothing marvelous in the fact that there has been a pood deal of nictntfs among President Cleveland's tidvhsers. Secretary Manning is a guitieman of plethoric tendencies, and ma uuues Luve been the severest kind of tax upon the brain. It is, perhaps, not wondeifid that Mr. Garland's phys ical resources give out occasionally under the Telephone troubles to ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 April 1886

rnu.Lir'SBur.G. - kaksas LAWS OK NEWSPAPERS. SnlcribrH ho do not rive erirf- notice to trie contrary fcrts considered ms wi-liUi la ecu tinuouifcir BuOocriuou. Any ptrrHon who rt reive a Tiewaiiajter and niakt'C tia of U, tether tie hart orrl,-rc-l 11 or BOt, will be Lcid La Ulyi Ui a eubcrriler. If Bubcriber move to other places without in forming the putillelirro, unci the p-iner is i-eiillo tiiti former Uircctlon, lli.-y are Le!l rt pjutibie. 2w tice aliuuld alwuya be gleu of removal. If PUbaCrHrra refuse or ne;.'ieft to take pHNt-rn from ,Uie ollico or iila.-n Ui wiilfh thry are r.-nt, they are held reepoiisib!- until they ec-lilo biii lead give notice to aiocouimue. Arrival and Departure of Mails, " Mail fat and went via. C. B. Wo. 1'aci.lc H. It., arrive 7 a. ni.. leave li.l p. ul.. tiuii y . Aim and I'litlitpoburi.' Arrive nl. m., Moa dava, and yridayc; leaves I p. m. tsuue laiandand I'tiilllpBuurc' Arrives 12 m. and leaven I p. m. till !i ucfeuii i , Tlnitfeiluj b ui:d Sulur...

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 April 1886

O HO 1 H'St 111 LlK l'liwahK CAUV. Otify a wntlMiy, uikKt the light or tue ii.-iMji ;., iriK hi trade in vain; hS -ii hi- too I'Ujy to s'.jj Lo-ll.jJjhL, i huu:) u.roufcjii u.e biwt and rain, VS i.'-i biiuii hu ait- jj, or iiww be fed ? 1 1'.- L.-Lkb in. htr :.i..-io Uu-re ill the Cold, Wuuo Uiiji y cuiidrL-u art b.io abtrd. In It hTraijK if ho turns aboot W iui m.y.i-y wonih, tlir-ucoiaee to blown, V f.'.-U I: la i.Ut Ui -..'tiburt jliMt bold out, '' o-.mii. hia iiiiiit-tt, j(iit tiliu gam ? tji I wiuio oho looks at him, ewet and mild, Aif l a votiv Uiut is a tender ont; "i'JU nLouid Hot atriKe bueii a Utile child, And jou i.uoid not us) auch word my Bon !' la it hia ai!KT or hia f. -trs i uut havt) hu&lit-d hi oice and sUiiedhiB arm? LK-u't trfiiihlf," iht-wj are the wonia be Leant; Lo ou mink 1 would do you harm r" "It iaii t that," uud Urn hund drops down; "1 wuuKlu'l care f'jr kicks and blob; I.ul noboiiy ever ctuled nie will, ixjcause I'm uuUouy's child 1 a' pone. O men ! ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 April 1886

kl j 1 r lyl i. PHILLIP. l:l'U5, KANSAS, APRIL 17. tsvi. Farmers ba-.e pel mission to coiu-ni--eee Spring wo. k . Our ri:y dads are. trying to legislate s el e on d igs. The li "-tt-.l of County C immissioners met in rcg.siar session, Monday of thU work. Members all pre-ent. Our brick men are imw geMing down to business. Y arils will be opened up this week. , The 1Ikuai.1i frit.! to relieve ex-Sher-p'l WodiU of the reionihUi?y ( coun cilman last week. II, it .L.!n was elect ed ail the same and will have serve, lie has our sy mpar h y. We understand that lid Davis for nierly a "c.jm:i" on the press, w:s lately uiarried snd resides at Yalisca Iowa. .Accept our best w ishes Kd. I Harlan County press. The Long I-land Democrat has struck for ineorpora'ion . The Democrat seems to be alive to the interest of the town. The town had better wait though until she gels out of her swad dling clothes. Orleans and t he country south is all shaken up in regard to mad. dogs, so says the Pres.. A ste...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 April 1886

7 t uj, bi-u-coiiaciouuietus, Uicii usually prtc-cdcs full awiieuinsr lit ut- Anta i nl, v nla - ' corii tenia tic death of tLe TLe o:Jy rejy id tLe I iun.-;, - i so a-u-a ma tt-eiti.e foii Uti. lii? EtuiLnn. t-LEFFINGl 1 i J J 1 i I I 1 LEADS TllEll fill OR C L O "7 H I N 7 -"ii'iufj uu my domes the bail and frmn.l TUko v luisoiicr iii tLe Anieri'vn i-Mim-i-v re is Giikiy tn

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 April 1886

SPEAK TO TI-XI2i THAT THEY GO FOR-"WAR. ID. VOL. VIII. SO. 21. PIIILLlPSIilTlKi, KANSAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 24,1880. $1.50 IN ADVANCE. UENEUAL NEWS. DOMESTIC. The colored people of Washington, D. C., tlisatfrceii aiuoui.' themn-Jveft a.- to how the ct-lubrnuou of the 2-iih ahniver ary of the eui:uicii':ili'n of the wluven . of the Li.itrict of Columbia shoulj be conducted, aud as h rexnlt divided into two factiourt, one headed by W, C Chase, editor of a colored Jiupt-r, aud the o:lter by lJerry CttrbOli. who wad a delcute to the rtpubli chu imtiuuul couventiou. K.ich party tuaJe elaborate RrrauemeiiM for a parade and & public meeting at niht, and taeh endeav ored to excel tiie display of the other parly, i'eel'utf rau hitih aud it was fcarea that trouble would eiinue iu case tiie two proces sions should meet, rortunately mjthih of the kiud occurred. ill view of the lack of harmony between the two parties the presi dent positively refused to view either proces sion. Xhe president, t...

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 April 1886

To n-HIarccia.. PixiLLii'sm ;i;a, Kansas. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPEP KORNS & CiCKFORD, Publishers, NOTICE. Ukadql' autehs Sixth District, Cr.NTUAI. CoMMITTKE. ) Ui.iI.oit, Kan., April 20th, 1886. There will le a meeting of the Sixth District Kepublican Congressional Cen tral Committee held ht Downs, Kansas, no Wednesday, Mny 6th, ttt'Jo'cloclt a. . , for the purpose of nxinjr. the date f-r holdinfj n. coiircssioua.l convention tr the tioiuination of a candidate for 4'onjrress, aud for the transaction of Filch other bosirieiw a may properly eotric Ix-foro the committee. I.ak. C. Smith, W. 11. Mitchell. Jsetrclarv. Chairman. The Hock Ilaud Surveyor. are now tvoudmr n Kansas soil aud are work ing in this direction. The temper of the citiens of Northwest Kansas id ripe Jor a sipinre business proposition from the lioek Island road. The townships through which a survey was made last fall by the Missouri Pacifiu is a'feasable route, and the amount of aid aked will )robably not exceed two th...

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 April 1886

) rHII.LIPSEURG. - KANSAS Clit7ECKE3. jr-,;i,llt r orviora. Art. N. B- HulOMi will prrach X at th PreobyiffrttucLuixh, oil Slate fctrect be tween i ourtti fliiJ Filtli. .the lirot Sunday lu every himitu at 11 o'ciotjc a. PTeibvterlan Church, on State pl.-ert between lour'tli'aiid rlflli. Prcai-tiius by the I'aslor, J-.v Tlit-oUore Bracken, every Sunday at 11 o'clock .ro., excepting the first SuuJiiy In each unjiith. bauoaLh ctiool everv eunday at 10, a. m. 7-21 li f. E Church, comer of Third and O Strt-eU. 'U preaching by the Pastor, Itev. V. It. Allen, every two wi-dl &t 11 o'clock, . m. sabbath school everv bntidi-.y at 10, a. in. General prayer meeting every Thursday eveuiuK. louug '"J jirayer meeting each Saturday evc-uintf. Seoset Sccieti: a u likiiimnm Poet. N. 77. meets at rl, ,'.'.h i t,.;ni.'Ki.rf rirn Saturday eve ning after full moon. AU aojouiniug comrades - -.relucted to be (.roenl. J. V . Lowe, P. L. i.M. Sollee, Ad j I. F & A. il., phillip.bure l-odl-'e, No. l...

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 April 1886

JLM iiii lOt S LL. LYOIA M. JACESOS. Sl.e baa a... rwticliwl tLe aje of tcu, i-.-r liumc le but h fcXiuxity, :r Ilum. i-.-.itrt. for tier are, U ifrefct, fc;. 000 u.w v, u: ic rriuirl of her. And Uicn nine to rumbl V ifii brt.Ll.er about the lieiii, into tiitt Li UrtuaiiJ bmmbie, u'-m he ha b-t lua iirliiiie trafo; li bubm the btu&h asunder, Aud iiiu ti.o tttiiKlcd, elmniug vine hu Bhti tcrunii)ltj iind-r; Ami iiexi Uit-y have a crtn-k to crow, He tnkwe hwr uu hia bhouiuer, ..r biiu iumiiiiil and very litfht, A lid he, yju kuow. ia older. While afu-r him, &he follows on, Iier oul lb oiiiet luit-e oLukiuk A oiir; !ie uevtr jet has learned; And U.e KrmC world it wimu.Uif liinutti a Vray twtore heriiii.ua, '1 hiit into it bl.e a t.kf u, And pUcd where sum has neTer bfn. The farm life i for&iiKcn, And bhe lb in a eiiy reat. 1 he great of euxui urouiul her. All luraiiipe ha.va for&akeil her. Tilt bAct-toot plt-a-mre found her. And nil because the aontf i nut!, biie biuKt ...

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

SPE-A-K TO THEIM THAT THEY GO F-OJ-W-A-R-O. PIIILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MAY 1, 18SG. VOL. VIII. NO. 25. ifl.50 IN A 1) VAN CI- UKNEllAL NEWS. DOMESTIC. The ' house committee oil commerce reported in favor of the bill -which provides that residents of each state aud territory may, witliiu other suited and territories, and within the Dis trict of Columbia, solicit from merchants orders for t'ood, and merchandise by sam ple, catalogue or nrice list, description or representation, without the payment of any licence or mercantile tax. They state that certain lawn in diricrent states and terri tories and District of Columbia, imposing license fees on coiumerciul travelers from other states seem to discriminate against cities and products of oilier states, and that ia the confusion of such laws, that free iu-ter-stute commence, which is designed under the constitution, is interfered with and re strained. The committee concedes the rijiht of a state to tax its citizens euaijinii in any...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 May 1886

IMIlLLIi .-!;Lr.G. - KANSAS. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPE?.. KCH-iS t EICKFCRD, Publishers. hill KHAY, MAV, 1, lbMi. WASHINGTON LETTER i from our K:v.u!ur Correspondent. 1 Wa.shiii-loo, April 24, lSsG. Tue gossips have hud a great deal to t-y uliuutr the l'resuleiit's rumored nmr liiloin .iuue, aid many people be l.cvoitwill take piiLe. Tlie alleged b:iie, who is said to bo selecting fcer trousseau bt-youil tho Eeas , Is diseun-cd froiu every standpoint, and there is treat deuiaiid for Lor photu-grapos. i.lr. Cleveland neither allirmi lior de Lies, but simply smiles when twitted by his friends, on this subject. Should be E any, he will be the eeond 1'resident 10 become a rooui during his term of office, ex-l 'resident Tyler being his only precedent . Vun the 1'ieuident 13 accused, and may in truth be di earning of "soft, iweot auroras of love". Congress is diseasing such pi-use as huer-state Commeree, the fisheries question, se ciet or no sccrut nesnions, and the House Strike Committee begi...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 May 1886

tTliO ZEITc-xcilcL FHILLIPSBURO. - KANSAS .iRatiet service.), .t.cy. X. B. Homim will preach -LuL the Presbyterian church, on Mate utreel be tween Fuurtn and t Iflh, the 6m sulidtoj,' in every ttiunlll at 11 o'clock a. ' -I 2restv-terisn Churcb, on Saute street between tr.urtrcainl t ilth. Preuehir.4 0y the Pn-t,,r, Itev. Theodore briickeu, ev.-ry s.mdny ut 11 u docK & .in., excepting the tlibt Sunday in fetich mouth, isnbhulil echoed evcrv cuuiiiy al 10, a. hi. 7-l 'H r E. Chureh, corner of 'luird and ii streets. 'Li preaculiii; bv the Pastor, ll.-v. u. J. Mtl t i den, every two weeks at 1! o'clock, a. ra. ""J fiery SaihbuUl evening. Sui.ljiith school every' Sandiiy at 1'J, a. In. General prayer meeliae very Thursday t-veliu.2. Idling luii-a p meeting each Saturday eveniiiir. 7 -1 st i w T'i,il'o,harL' Pout, No. '7, meets at Crihcir hall in PhiHlprbur-, ra ll Satlir.i.iy e-.e-ninaafler lull moon. All BOjciirr.lne; comrades lire invited to be pr -aelll. J. M. Sailee, Ad jt. J. W...

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