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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 September 1886

VOL. VIII. SO. Hi. PHILL1PSBUIIG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1S8G. $1.50 IX ADVANCE. GENERAL NEWS DOMESTIC. About two weeks ago Captain Lawtou, who waa encamped Urttr Irian Bernardino, was informed by scouts ttiat Geronitno was fliirnulint,' front a mountain peak in the dis tance, and t:mt he desired to have a talk. Captain Law ton Kent two of the scouts into the camp of the hostiles iu orderto ascertain definitely what tliey proposed. The goouta returned the- following day, bringing word that Uerouiino wished to tsee General Miles and have a talk with him. An answer was returned that Liwton would immediately dispatch a courier to inform the general. This parleying was kept up for a number of days, the hostiles constantly becoming more impatient and anxious. Captain iliawton meanwhile was in frequent communication with General .Miles. In fact it is stated thnt the arrival and departure of couriori was an almst hourly occurrence. Finally Gerouiuio who had persistently remained 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. — 18 September 1886

-o ZHZerald.. rnn.LirsBUKG, - Kansas. OFFISIAL COUNTY PAPEP,. KORfrS & BICKFORD, Publishers. Saturday, Sh-t. 18th, 1880. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For AsuoHi.t Justiro, IV M. VALENTINE, of Frniikiin Co. For Governor, JOHN A. MAltTI.'J, of AtL-hUnn Co. For l.!-utt-n:it flovernor, A. P. KIDDLE, of Ottawa Co. Fit Ft-crettiry or Stute, K. II. A I.I.EM, of cdwick Co. 'or lttttf Tro.if-urer, JAM KS W. HAMILTON, cf Sumner Co. For Auditor of State, timothy McCarthy, of Tuwuee Co. For Attorney General, S. B liHADl'OUD, of Ora-e Co. For Superintendent of ruhlic Iui-truction, J. II. LAW11EAD, of Bourbon Co. For Consjreiei:iitn tith District, IloN. E. J. Tl'KNEH. Republican County Convention. A oVIr'-'ate coKrfitiun of the Kepublieim voters of rh:lli0 County will he held at the Court House in Phillipt-burjr, on Saturday September 25th, 1SS0, t 2 o'clock p. in., for the purpose of placing in nomination candidates for the following off.ced. Kepresentatit e . County Attorney. Clerk ISielriet Co...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 September 1886

- KAKPAR A NNOL'NC EM ENTS T t.rV. aimmiiL mVM:lf Cat.didale for the ihrc ol o'n.ly A!Urtu-y, .ul.jecl U IU action of F N. B. M.'COBMK'K. 1 htrrbT iniuii my.t-lf c a oamlidnt fur tiie ortveof Pn'ttaU! Judfjf, fcnhjetl ti lllti tlc-cit ion ii the ttrputiltcau county Co3v.i.t:.ii S . t . W 1T11 A H . V& ar authorized to Mirov.me t.'' nmie i.f !ra V. 1t ttif ulfice of I i ik of Hie li-irin ouft. xut'lt rt to the Klii.Q of Hie 1 1'ill.hi .111 t uunly C'ouvi-iitloii. I2i. 1 1 kha LD- I'U'iisa fmiiAui.i r Out I nm a 'au di, UK' for ri-Wi't'iioii 10 u.c ofin-i: of I ount Mii-triiit-n,if nt, Hul.j.-.t to tiie tlvt leii.u of thi- Ja-jj.il) iicouCouuly Convtrnnou. J. 1. uoju We lire (mthorizt-fl to auuoniiri. flit- imnio or J. M-Sl'lio!. of -.rernwootl tovMtcbij", nearttii.il lale for till- ofli-e of 1'rolmle Juan.-, Mihii' t to Hie le.lslou of the Ki publican County l oui i-utii.il. I herebv announce nivi-fclf a a raiidiilute for tiu 0ite Ol Protiale J't'Uc of Pll!lio ..jui.!..-, I. Ul n...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 September 1886

VACATION'S IcXO. TL Summer geaoa'e almost gone. The ausi art tfrowintf cool, Tiiu ohiiUrea are returning tcm lu tttue Lo go to wuuol. Their siicibarnt tixcfm, doeply tanned, biu nw niarti f an tiiey've hart. Tiiey'r comLtiK hue retre.-heil for WGrk Anil yet tiiey duu Bueul tfUui. Now is it not exceeding strait -:e Tuat tltey Hiiould fjal Utat wiy? Trait they should. hat-i to tin to work Alter two uionlii)' of pitay. It's Tery hard to cnderbtfind. I'm umch aurpi 1b-1. Aren't yoaP And yet, now come to thin, of it. We Used to fevl to tco. Mrs. Arbuthnot's Postal Cards. FBAKCIS X. WADELIOHT. Friends of tlie two girls often thought it was a great pity that Mrs. Arbuthnot and her husband had been appointed sole guardians of Jasper Kevins' nieces, with full care of their rnouey as well as of the girls themselves; for Mr. Arbuthnot, tflough a good well-meaning man, was as day in his acute wife's hands, an 1 all who knew her knew that money was the one thing she worshiped. In her way, she wa...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 September 1886

SPEAK TO THE THAT THEY GO FOR.V7ARD. VOL. VIII. XO. 47. lTIILLlPSIJUlUi, KANSAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1880. 81.50 IN ADVANCE. - 1 4 . : i T ' 1 I n GENERAL NEWS- DOMESTIC. Kichard Young, of Lower Meriou, Mont gomery county, I'euusylvania, twenty years ago was wurtu ;f k),ooo. lie was a justice of the peace. He had two sistere, Mary and Margaret. The brother became addicted to drink and now Lives in titter poverty at Reitf 's Corner, Hatfield township. Ualy a Xow days ago the two sifters died in wretch-ednb-H and neglect, Sarah was 07 years old. 1 he doctor found her dirty and ragged, crouched in a corner in the kitchen. Kich ard wan intoxicated. The doctor left medi cine, but on the next visit found that the woman had not taken it. She was on the third Moor in a tilth. room, quite ill, but able to chew tormcco in bed. Margaret, the other sister, was 70 years old, and suffering f'wui i.ntruinuLt.-ai. and entirely he'pless. '1 he neighbors and poor autho:., were in formed, but befo...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 September 1886

Tio lE-Xercilcl. PHn.I.IPSIiJlU:. - KANSAS?. official cou:;tyTape Kt'RNS B.CKFORD, PuUisfcers. hA'illd'AV, te"f),L. -.'.jlIi, KEUELICAN STATE TICKET. I'-.r AM-;-ijle Juhtluc, KM. YALK.VJ INK, .r F.-:.i.k!u; l u. Ki.r (Governor. Joii.V A. .MAi;Ti.V, of AHUixib Co. l'ur l.uut i.ut (ioveniur, A. jv i:iddi.e, of Ottawa O. For ?c; rt tury or Mule, K. U. AI.I.KX, of cJkk Co. Fi'f ':.tc Treat-Hrc-r, JAM ICS V. HAMILTuS, ol ruiimiT Co. For A i. litor of stale, 1 1M T 11 V M lC A lt'l 11 V, of nee Co. For At ornc y Central, S. IS- UllADFOKU, vl Oeaje Co. f "" l-'or Suuuriii't.-iiileut of Public Intlructioii, J. 11. LAWllKAl), of BoUl bon Co. WASHINGTON LETTER FAIR ENTRIES. Wa-jii.M.iO.v, St ! t. 1-S v i-iult-r population f Wu-lnu; For CoimTLcimiu lilb. lMr-trlct, llnS. E. J. Tl' UN Kit. TO OUR PATRONS. As an inducement tor subscribers to pay up old scores and renew their sub scription for another jear, we have made tuch arraniremeuts with the I eivenworth Tiaie-', that enables us to offer 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. — 25 September 1886

( t f i y--,. T Mrs. Harvey Young U very low and rliiM-irsnuiio. - Kansas j .ona;tioa rowders or hogs, catiie ; T .1 ! 1 - ' and hor.-es, at S. S. FLUer it Co's. Sicret.iry liarr.es bas had his hands full for thu j.ast few J.ijs. School boolis aud Stationery at Kirwin Cullines-By Telephone. . iimt h.i in ANNOl Nl KMUNT ,ivi... 1.,-,-n ..n Ami Miniiilr nTiA-fi.l-n I i.i. rnlinl ... V.ili Moil. .IM.W ....mini..!..-, uU lliaitkllti' I SltauMlllil A the I'Uttl ;.'...U..il i.l t!l.' J..1TIV III ,. , II i-k i lull Li I ! .!!.' 'I i ..urt, l ti" ..f I... Ill tin- !-. HI. .."lulu ,,-in Kil l lli-.i.kin-' I most li. ..iti!y lur lliu ...iin.lcm si.ii uli: In tile i.i.r-iu.H. 1 it. "I lit-r;l.v Iiliii'.'lit'''- In. .1 tl.ile t..r rt- 1. .':nm. .-uli). t t t. vnli-ninl 1'Ulllrl"! . om.l, K lvr flfitii.ii. Ii. I.-; M. ..W.l.l.h CUl-lAl' MONKY,M:V KA l'KS, AT j THE CT11ZKSS HANK. Kubbur ocils at lsickford'o. Jewelry at 11. S. l'oli.i & Co's. Amunition at Muling & Andersons. Uest (linghams...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 September 1886

ia paying for public buildings futare. gener ations will occupy, and that the future ahould provide for the payment of out standing bonds. Third I recommended that a constitution al amendment should be submitted, striking the word "white irom section one, of arti cle eiht, of our organic law. This limita tion prevents colored men from serving in the militia. During the civil war the col ored troops demonstrated the courage and patriotism of their race, and it should be. not their riht alone, but their duty, to bear arms 111 any emergency calling for a militar force Fourth I suijested that the legislature .hoold demand tne establishment of military posta aioutr our southwestern frontier, m order to protect our borders against Indian raid and ive our citizens full assurance of protection. i'uth 1 urged that Memorial day be made a legal nonuay. beveral of ,he recommendations thus made were favorably acted on bv the legislature. and laws to crry all these suggestions into practicni effe...

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

r A AL J r .1 I iiij i sssjviz o?o rr-iEii Txi-ft.-r I'siE-sr go forward. VOL. VIII. NO. 48. nilLLirSBUllG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBElt 2, 166G. 81.50 IN ADVANCE. ! t THE NEWS IN BRIEF. AT HOME A U A1UIUAO. Charleston is still quaking. Terrible atorius are reported ia Michigan. Thomas Brady, of star roate faine, is writ iutf a book. The Rock Inland general cilices are to be located in Topeka. The new oiera house in Dallas, Tex., has been condemned aa unoafe. The New York democrats have decided not to hold a fitate convention this fall. The republican state convention of Min nesota, nominated McCill for governor. Three prisoners sawed their way out of the Warrenbburtf (Mo.) jail with a tile and case tnife. The democrats of Ford county have nominated Col. T. b. Jones for reii ea.ntii ave. The Rt. Rev. J. F. Shanahan, binhop of the Koutaa Catholic diocett-e ot iLarrihburjj, in dead. The thirdTOitria il mocr ' u buiinai'ia Ltwu. 1.. J. Ciuy for ii e-tdeeuoa to aonrwrii. The rtsi nation o...

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

riXILLITrir.U 1 : 'J, - K AN HAS. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. KORNS L BICKFORD, Publishers. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. r.'tr A.-oL-i::te Justice, i. M . VALKNTINE, of Franklin Co. For Cuvc-nior, J -UN A. MAHT1X, of Alciiifoii Co. .r LifUtcnnt (iovernor, A. P. RIDIUX, of Otiaw u C o. IN r Secretary cr Shite, E. B. ALLi:X, Ijf St il' ir;k C O. For State Trvat-urrr, JA.M1CS W. HAMILTON, of Sumner Co. For Auditor of Stute, TIMOTHY McCAHTlIY, uf Puwnee t o. For Attorney Cenor;.l, S. B- HHAl"FolD, of U?au Co. For Superintendent of Public In-trnt l!ou, J. H. LAWJJEAD. ;f H'-JUrboU Co. For orrt rinun Glh li?-trii. t, HON. E. J. TL'KNEU. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. F or lU uri-fceiiturive, a. m.uuujE. 1 r Coiiiity Attorney, N . ii. Mccormick. For Probate J tulc, W. J ITU AM Fur County Supertnteiiueiit, j. a. vol .Nii. For Clerk ltfcttlrt Court, .1. P. HICKS. GRAND REPUBLICAN RALLY. There will be a grand llepublieau rally at the Court Iicuao on Oct lllh, when lion': J. K, Turner, Webb Mo Nall, and S. ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 2 October 1886

PHILL1PSBURG. - KANSAS A SXO L'Nt K M E N T Having Uevn tn Aiiti-MononoliPt (or Greonbiu-k- ! CViT rlUlf llJC UfL'tlUlittliOli or tile ititrly Hi tuiit rumitv. it nd h.tvii.ii bt-t:l. elected to tue olli if 1 U-rk of the IMctrii-l I yurt. ty the pelade throivll tlie nomination o( both tile li-inu'T;Uc and Anti--Monopoly C'.jiiveiitiijlici, uuil ti.unkii; the punhc nuti-t tirurtily for t:u fiiiiliileiK'e rtiuv.il .y ljUeh:tf me la Uie'Ki!-i:iim 1 now occupy, I Ueret'y ailll'itlllCe UlVm'.f Ul 1 Inb-pelitlL-11 1 CInii il:ile tor re-cW-cLiim. subject to me ucciMull of the oternO? I'hill.-ojj Coui.ly, KaiiMt. ut tlie Novt-Ul-ber eicclioli. J. M- SALi-fcK. C1IEA1' MONKY.NKW HATES, AT THE CITIZENS BANK. Jewelry at II. S . Polidg & Co's. Best Ginghams for 10c at Uickfords. Globe mixed paints the best ia the world at Harmon's. Go to Fleming & Kisler, the reliable raeat men , and get a good cut of steak. Biekford sells groceries as cheap as any ono in the country. Leflipgwell stands ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 2 October 1886

i MAXKAK IS jUEATJlX. 'x1& pu'cn'i bun preahia' 'boot havi To am wbo'rw ouU-n tL fold: 'iiout y;l mttdo of j wiper ttnd purl, Aiivi Lrw-.l aa wiUi DUKgtU aiid golJ; ftts hUo fuikd tiiere fcro auiiitt, or el fcxiixj plti)iu' on hurim witii ko11 bit-ins li allow UiaiortoE arcomp utvut) Tu Tup wiiieu tlx' runt of 'tin biu. j And I wondtw and think of Mariar. W'Uo left uiw ayeur a't May, liow hw LtwkJt- to nil Uirm tin a fixia j For siiti liaut bet moot, by tliiilay, fthe wwrw hum tile and buy-like a Livm ' As any wim wuo I'm acquaint; I ftctoa Biit ooau't ft-- 1 to ham yet YY Lua h taLka witti an ani or &int When the looka at the amethybt ftnee. And walk on the Btiwta avtxl withhold, Don't you post Uiwn ara Um when oUb longs for Th l&n in whiifti me and hur etroliirfi? TTifcoul tfrajMty iauti through Urn nnHi(itr, And UievtiiH whwrw my i-oniiu' bhw'd wait Don't yoa Uiliik bimd ae livf haw t lie etiit there As ktitf buaiilif ulcrbt, ptMirly -hinged titt? Anri the pond on the...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 2 October 1886

, a3 10 lie had Rather- 10 10 utilized for au exhibition "1 I ed them for delivery, and, LftuJ titm . notlto do wiS admit that tl, hf , - - -jccuo the weight or the carcasses, will me and tlia b u PHILL1PSBUKG, KANSAS, OCTOBER I'd, 1880. TENT OS1 W.IK. Trll . I,, Washington letter. (.Fruiu our Kc-:uLir Com-:-;,.niiU-iii Washington, Sept. 2.5, 'Mi. The President and Mis. Cleveland hae leiuined lo the it y again, and matters at the While House have set l.eu do a u to their old routine . The hours tor ollice wnk, lor business cill eis, and tor receptions are announced to be the .-anie as before. On the morn ing after his return the l'i esident was at nls desk early, and is working hard as ever. Boik he and his wile are somewhat sunburned, and look stronger and iu every ay luacli improved in he iilh oy ibeir vacation. iinlb .Mr. and Mrs. Cieve'.ai d express ed their pleasure at the improvements, and altciations made in the White House during their absence. The prin cipal changes have be...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 9 October 1886

! 4 fiiERAiLD SPEAK TO THEM THAT THEY GO FORWARD. VOL. VIII. SO. 49. PIIILLlPSBUltG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 18S0. $1.50 IN ADVANCE. t ' r THE GENERAL NEWS. Veterinary Burgeons are still investigating Chicago's sick collie. Julia Brown, aged '-', was injuriously murdered in iew 1'ork. Charlcstonhuiri were needlessly txcited over Wiggins' prophecy. The Illinois lienor men declare open war on the temperance cause. B. YV. Farlong, of Alapha, (ia., killed a negro and committed suicide. The bonds of two of the crooked Cincin nati ofli ials are not to be found. A convention of Illinois saloon-keepers was held at Springfield last week. The mayor of Wichita, Kansas, has re signed because there was no salary attached to his utiles'. Nim Owens killed Joe Shannon at St. Louis in a quarrel over 15 oenta. Both were colored. The licensed saloou s of Chicago camber ,tJi. 1 lie eleventh ward has only 70; the first ward has 415. I-owia Crowe, a brakeinan, waa knocked from a car by a street brld...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 9 October 1886

: uE-2ZorOvlcl. Pill I.I.I PSBUI.r.. - KANSAS. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPEI?. ' Cri.KTonD- Publishers. Satiudav, Oct., tub., REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. For Assoei 1). M. V ..f Fral ate Justice-, l.lili C'O. F-r C.jvenior, JiiilX A. MAliTlNT, cf Atcnisuli Co. Vcr Lieul.anit iovcniur, A. P. kiDliI.K. of OUa i Co. For Secretary or Slata, K. 11. ALLEN, of Si iliiwick Co. I-'..r state Trcw urer, JAY. h W". HAMILTON, . if Sa.nncr Co. For Auditor of State, HMUTU M.CAltTtlY, of 1 nwiiee Co. For Attorney Gcneml, y. IS. I'.HAUI'OKI), Of ();3l:u Co. or Suierii.tcmlcit of PuMic Instruction, J. H. LAW lib. AD. of lioiirljou. Co. Fur Ciia-rcssuiiiii Ct lk L'l.-trlct, lloN. E. J. TTitNEK. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. Tor TicprMeiitative, W. II. AIclIKiUla. l'or County Attorney, X. B. JlcCOILUiCK. l-r Probate Jutl'o, W.J. W1TUAM. Fur County foinerlnteliclent, J. 11. VuL NU. For C lerk District Court, J. 1'. HICKS. For Comniitsioiier 31 iJist. J. II. 11AM. CAMPAIGN APPOINTMENTS. The rtfaUli-nn County' Central C...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 9 October 1886

iT'lto "-v T","T" -y .-- "7 PHILLIPSBUBG. ANNOUKt EMKST Uuviptf keen an Ant! llouopolij-t (or Greets!.... k ri evi-r -luce the ria!i:r.ntnn of t.:e jaily.il lV i-ouiilv.iinil hvii, 1j.--.-ii i-ltcli-l to tUe ami i.r I "crk tit tile Ulr-tricl CuurU l Ute p.'-ii-i lln-uujilt thu noiuiimuou of t.otll llw IK ii:..tri.'.e -urnl Antl -Monopoly rn.!v.-iir..,ii, nad liiueke,-' tue public mot hearing tor llits i-oullut-nt-e " ,y piivciiiK " in Iti.-ixn-itlon 1 n..w occui.v, 1 lierl-l.y anui.uure myr'tlf an le.lu..-Ei!.iil cii.i:-C-le for n -ek-clloii, subject to tiio dri-mion of the voters of l-uillcpti Com.ly, Kans-n-. itt tli- Novem ber elcctiou. CHEAP MONKV.NKV.' IIATKS, AT THE CIT1ZKNS BANK. Rubber gocxiis at Biekford's. Jowclry at 11. S . Poling & Co's. Eost Ginghams for 10c a'. BickforLs. Uepublican rally at the Court House Monday, Oct. 11th at 1 o'clock a. in. Globe mixed paint tho best in the world at liaruion'3. Go to Fleming & Ri.-k-r, the reliable meat men , and get a good...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 9 October 1886

THE DEY1X TO PAT. LYON LEiiOT. My Kn yta mo pay for your ainiii ; And if your wct.uut ha lwuu It ia wJ.l ytu hUoUiJ know tit U. winning J uet Uere you Uiiial pay for your f uu: Tliougti you art imt na exiwit mid isctiular. No aysteru t'iat you Ca.il iuveut Cuu hwnuLie him out of h dollar H ooiiectb to the uttMrnioot ceat. For ht kuowt the mold you were mad ill. Ana aopoiatn his owu biUisiiint-Utty; V:iu out of the uxrk ti.at you trade iu Then will tn tUt UriVil u pay. Don't fol yourself over by thinking IoU can CiiU'U hiuiaulit else but awaJLti, Though Mw-:niurf aai--p ho it winking I At any fnlJ entry you make. No matter how iy your jiro'-wrwlint;, K jots it ail duwa iu li book. And i?riu wiui Uf.-iiht at tue rt-njiinrf. Aw he ktiow you are bo ft on bin hook, lu mwuiirn or wt-iyht, if yoa luck it, Don't think you eua cover tiif dearth; Ifor ho aiwaj s on to your racket," And Charon yo all it is worth. E car?e not for writf-a tiibeuturutf. Hut hoi, l.i by the iiitilea law; Sot if yo...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 9 October 1886

-taile representing a LarW , ire epli Bro tb f -j.lir I nZl - t?ZZiJ7 I! is I W- tnjj PHlLLll'SUUKC-, KANSAS, OCTOBER tuh, 1.-S-C. WASHINGTON LETTER. l-Vnia our l.euUr 'orres;,uih nt. ) V.y.-iiim;tuN, Oct. id, 'rti. i li : hi; t n i-s a tit' of conventions. S.i conveniently and centrally located is u, -.' liel'irtiiiui a place w sujoui :i in! of ucl an i veil tempera: ure at Hil seas. a-, the e:.r, that is rapidly tan- ! i e- l lie 1' -..I i i ah other cities in this re- ! s eel. ll.ir.'.lv a weei passes throuch-j n.it I he eutii c rar, t hat llie Capital is j n-it la. '.l'fil with some sjilof a rmiven j turn .-eieniilic . military, religious, teal- j p I'Linc -, Winuiiii's Kights, Masonic, or ; Km -This of linias. F.very ye-.r the! number i.-.ei ea-es . It i- becoming eu.-- l..m.i' V tor ail societies uiro.iguu.ii. tue c uu'-iy, iuioormnt or otherwise, to uiiKi' u'lisiitu .ton their i ende.Vous. The one lion or having a e-rand Na tion il lM ill he re next sol in di.-i:ued lor some ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 9 October 1886

i Agricuaiarai .nareau ui up take hold of it. President Tyler granted pardons in the 85,000,000 per annum ; and the annual "i-llU," I remarked - 1 1 Commissioner's Proceedings Regu lar Session-October Term. Phillip-burg, Kan, October 4th, lssJ Commissioners met in regular session at the oitice of the County OerK. Members present, 'i nomas Bishop and H. Mc Do Well and J. Huriuia.li, County Clerk. Called to onli-r by Chairman Bishop. Uu motion tne resignation of Jacob Nipps as treasurer of peer Creek township, was accepted and J ci hn A. Mercer was appointed Treasurer of ttiid tow nsbip. on motion the resignation of J. V. Nichols. Trustee of iireeri womt township Wut accepted and on moti .n Oliver ituben was appointed Trus tee of said townsUip. on niniioii the u.nd of George Wilkinson treas urer of Tow tmda Was approved. 'U motion tiie personal tax HSessed to M. Fisher by Herman Lipps, ugent, was ordered erricKcn from the roils. iiu motion :he petition of Duvv A. Olds to re fund to ui...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 16 October 1886

SlPEhA-K TO THEHi THAT THEY GO FORWARD. VOL. VIII. NO. 50. PIIILLIPSBUKG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 183(5. 81.50 IN ADVANCE. THE GENERAL NEWS. Jacob Houieisa ha been ronooiiuau.il for eontfresa by the republicans of the Tenth district of Ohio. The waterworks Ht Sheepahead liay, Long Island, collapsed wi:n a terrible crodh. The water tower went Uon. The Detroit brewera hsve locked out five hundred employe, and have reaolvcd to aubinit to no dictation from trader unionF. Burke Fairc-hiUI, aa Bt:ed farmer near Mineral Point, Wio., nearly Jiilled his wife and iiium-! f with a revolver, while tempor arily insane. The prohibition lenders at Atlanta are in liguant over a resolution passed by the city oouncil permitting the delivery of beer at private residence:. The ceutenr.isl anniversary ol the settle ment of Franklort, Kentucky, was celebra ted by a national salute, a yrand procession, .nd a barbecue. il. L. Ltavitt, r'rtd Munchrulh, jr., Henry tiheruiau and John Arensdorff were arr...

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