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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 November 1886

X -VT r t 'I I HII,LIIIiniO. - KANSAS ! Now giu.il is the orde ' C. H. 1a dingn ell's. of the d.tv at OFFICIAL VOTE OF PHILLIPS COUNT CHEAP MONEY, NEW KATES, AT TIIK CITIZENS BASK. The com-i- 's p . p ;! ng-j wl ! appear ia : .1 in o . m- .t. j S. S. Fisher ii C-. have a line line of ; holiday novelties and no: ion:. j Thanksgiving, Nov. iMi. j J . M . Sailee set up the oysters to the ! Jewelry at II. S. Poling & Co's. ! band boys who serenaded hun. Frank ; Cranberries at liickford s cheap. j McKay '-ditto-' apples, j Two second hand con.) stoves for. saie i 'I ho amis have secured a i'2 and ui liickford's. ; thinnk they will kill 1 ,ts of "aetirs" at , S. S. Fuher & Co. carry a fine lino Topcka this winter. j of spectacle. j Drugs, medecines and notions at S. The total vote for Phillips c ounty s. Fisher & Co.'s, also an elegant lot v as 2,507. j of hand plate mirrors. j Gold and silver watches cheap at j Hn. II. N. Boyd Will the editor of j Spaulding's. I lho freeman t...

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 November 1886

TUB WATTLE OF C1MDEK, How baron Da Klb Foil Whll Fighting atlli 11 eia.! of Ml Troop An Interest ing Old Book hur of Mariua. It will boem strange to imut ruiuleru, writes a oorrotspondeiit of the JS'ew York Times, that, in the varied reminiaoenoes qt the revolution called forth by the re cent descriptions of the statute of Baron De Kalb, no authentic account of the battle of Cainden, in which he full, or of the circumstances of his death should have yet appeared. The current con densed histories of the revolution, in treating of the at first brilliant but final ly diaattroue campaign of Cornwallis in the south, f urnijh no detailed delinea tion of the action at Camden, in which, to quote the words of a contemporary writer, "the northern laurels of GatW won by a happy conjunction of events at Saratoga "degenerated into south ern willows." The author of the epigrammatic- sen tence just cited was Col. Peter Horry, the friend and companion in t rms of that idol of South Carolina, Gtn. F...

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 November 1886

JpHILLIPSBURG " ioiERALD SPEAK TO THEU TH-A-T THETV C30 FORWARD. VOL. IX. SO. o. rillLLIPSBUltG, KANSAS, SAT U 11 DAY, NOVEMBER 20, 18SG. 81.50 IN ADVANCE. i 'A THE NEWS IN BRIEF. uovit; mu AimoAli. The residence of ISeiijuiiin L. Wheeler, an exteu-ivo property o ner in Cleveland, ( h:o, was entered by robbers, who, alter bc-Hling" aud kichiiitf the old lnau in to lu.-eits lonity, and choking- his ag;ed wife to death, proee-cde-d to ransack the premises, tuite k sum of money m a closet escaped tne notice of tne rubber.-, and it in not known how much they tit-cared. Patrick tirsveie, a loriiioi tenant, had bD arrested for the crime, and v heeler identified hlin. Violet Cameron, of lxrd Lonsdale's opera troupe, has Oecided to abandon the l-roposed Uiur or the principtd ciuas of this co'juir) , and thu cuUio company will Boon had for i.iv-e. p Mtl. The unpleasant notor iety yarned by the star and her lordly tuou uer, caused a number of out of town man agers ij caoc.e-1 the d.dcs of the...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 November 1886

rMlLMKSUUliG. - KANSAS OFFiSIAL COUNTY PAPEP,. KCR'iS 6. CiCkFG"r. Publishers. Bin kbay, Nov. 2'jth, lsbli. Poo lofcrioll'j throat trouble will li.-ob.ibly prove fat il. e woDtter if the theology to which he has hereto fore adhered, wiU cheer his days. Mr. Cleveland did cot veto $.'9,000 worth of llowers for the White House. It was Jfll.CKO for soldiers' pensions that ha objected to with his sign manu al. Pioneer. The judicial amendment was de'eat--d by about rJ,W0 majority. There did not seem to be so much objection m to the number of justices, but the in crease of salary is where the thin IT.cud. The board of Railroad Commission iTi have signified their intention and j erhaps have, by this time, made a tour mer the Central Branch in view of making a personal investigation of the tubjccl of Aever.il connilaiuoj. In the IiUuiet Court of Jewell coun ty,. Judge Claik A. StuHh sentenced one 11. Sprague to hard labor in the penitentiary for one jear f r giving X.Lo evidence in a whiskey...

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 November 1886

i i I i "JTlxo ZHEorculcl. rurr.LiPBCUKO. - Kansas CUEAP MONEY, NEW BATES, AT THE CITIZENS BANK. Jewelry at II. S. Poling & Co's. Cranberries at bickford's cheap. How do you like winter on the install ment jlaa principal first? Low prices and good meat at Close & Kipps', eaat side square. S. S. Fisher & Co. carry a fine line of spectacles. Gold and silver watches cheap ' at Spaulding'3. Globe mixed paints the best in the world at Harmon's. E. Albaugh. proprietor of the Com mercial House, is quite sielt this week. Go to Fleming & Uisler, the reliable meat men, and get a grood cut of steak. Farmers, if you want steers to feed this winter, call on K. H. Evans. Condition Powders for hogs, cattle and horses, at S. S. FLsher & Co's. A full line of Christmas goods at I. S. Fisher & Co's. Win. Dickey, the west side furniture man is not able for business this week. Take a look at Harmon's line jewel ry. East side drug store. Fine jewelry of all kinds at II. S. Poling ...

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 November 1886

fekctc li of a Keuinrkitble Colored M Who S.eiit M7 irs lu Africa It would take, a volume as large us a Worcester uaubriJged to correctly re cord tha rrinurkable history of the Hev. UavU Kelly, colortnl, who died at his Lome on Huberts ttret, tioa city, at the age of 02 years, and he will be buried to-day. He wua bora in Aiitietaai towuship, Frankfort county, this state, oa Febru ary 10, 1H22, of felave pftrents. When he -was BoVeii years old his parents, brothers and suiters were removed west of the Allegheny mountains leaving lain at liia birthplace near Chamberbburg. lie was givtu his freedom ou attaining his majority, and the following year joined the" i'reebyterian church, but left it f'r the M. K. church. He married iu 18-i'J, and two Years later organized the 'Libt-rian Kntcrpriae CoBipany" for the purjjotio of colonizing Liberia. This was the pioneer settlement in Liberia. In a recently published pamphlet lev. Kelly gives the foliowing account of the early history of the col...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 November 1886

1 1 I ! T I I UG HI TP :fZ SPEAK TO TXCEX THAT THEY OO FORWARD. rillLLirSBUllG, KANSAS, -SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 16SG. VOL. IX. NO. 1. $1.50 IN ADVANCE. THE HEWS IN BRIEF. HOME ANO ABKOAU. For the fcrnt tin e in reveral jears there is no Htnko in prui-M- in fittaburg or ita vicinity. T. V. Hcrry, n pioiniuent cattle dealer "f Warrfcttbar;, Mo., hits sut-jjeiuied. ilia liabilities trXCtfcd ill A tfavtu. The president ijaed ar executive order ror me cuoimj ui me eiecuiivt utjnruueui ou Monday, the any eet tor the funeral of fex-l'renideut Arthur. A fire originated til Iarhnm, North Car olina, in t:i grocery h '.ore of K. K. Aatwater and burned a luij,'t p;irt of thn butiined portion of the tuwu. l.ood $.0,tA0. A jury at Charlcit City, Iowa, imposed the death penalty upon Chenter JUtdlur, who murdered hm little, Alice H uleruian, be Citu&e he wat not permitted to marry her. William K. Robert--, an a'ed and innrin mat who for many years haa been treat-surer of .Lewis and Clark county...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 November 1886

rmi.ui'SBL'i;:;. - Kansas. :al go ii i i 1'AFr.H. IXRNS L E'OFCFD, Publi-.hers. Tl Iii Y, Nov. iTlli, At lLo ii'feiit county scut election in J-beruKin County lluslis received a ji'u i niity vote over Sr.et man Center or Voltaire. 1IOXIS DEAD. The de;ith of II. M. Iloxie, Genera! Mauser of tbe Could suiiihwesterii sis tern, wa3 aiinour.i'od by telegram 011 the morning cf the i :jd. The due of Lis d.'ith was tl::iL!S'.i'jii , consequent on the operation pe; formed on him lust June "Washingrton Letter. it'ruiii uiir li--e:u;ir Ct.rrsi:oi:.ieut.) Washington I). C, Nov., 12, t' The week bus Lien a very quiet Leu:. iso lhitroti$b!y et.jrrcsscd IS tlie li t-sidt-itt in the pi eoarm ion ol ids mes sage, thut he caiiuut endure the slight est i!ileri"ii;jiion. lij lts only those. Of Mr. lloxies death t!ie AteLi- , lemons no c.:ne to the hue House . . ut his rt-'iuuM, llioe coin he wi.lies 005 was aeeepted and he wits requested to furnish the necessary bonds lor the iaithtul iei tormnnce ot t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 November 1886

Re 7 - KANSAS ; f:t-, . "ap mosey ,'sew uates, at rTTl'KNSBANK. overeo get yo liar, onto tt loans, do vol SOU ; let's r : to a b llov prepa: ' with 1 Fra 1 bbio, late AVa I hu ka on E. Th. and verts the b pal ti south rartge It) we HUpp est r C. ' on tl stan and i ! to pr j J. , wind ' will i as w ; and j A ' man ! cial ! Will ! pern Ft Coa 11 oi uti . .,,;fy at H.S.roHnS&Cu'; v- rtonnett Is quite sick . .a anaA meat at Close & : price-. e pa', east side square. S. S. Fisher & Co. carry a fine line . tnectacles. .t, v,a heat in the Globe mixeu pai"" orld at Harmon's. The First National received a new ,.lar proof vault safe tnis week. : Go to Fleming & Ruler , the reliable and get a pood cut of steak. Farmers, if yo want steers to feed 'W, winter, call on E. H. Evans. Condition I'owders for hogs, cattle cd horses, at S. S. Fisher & C Va. i AfuU Una of Christmas goods at ). S. Fistier & Ca's. Taka a look at Harmon's fine jewel t. East side drug store. ; Fina je...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 November 1886

BY JOHJf OBEESLEAI WHITTIKB. T,l rsoem written by Mr. Whittier nanrly btdt a century ko. It i not iucludei in tiny tui tion of Iii wiu-Ju, and iuis juat 4.jLKuxi in A diraro is wailing from the Golf of utorm-vexed Mexico. Xo wbnro Lnroah Pajuuag aolitatleA, the mighty riTwr. now: The dtirk birra hear the notiiid, una from MiCu mountain nil. WTherw And- and Coroxilera their awful mm UlitB lift. Where t,'oitxi' fiery eye glares redly upon heaveu. And CtomtMnio, shattered peak the upper sky has riTtsU Vrom mouQt to mount, from wave to wave, a wild and lontf lament, A sob tliat ahakn iilu earthqoakes tlie sta r- tled contxutfnt! life U sped the hero' at getie carpet-bag led the 'way, over a floor 8a neat eh sweeping Mid eawdust could make it, to a fctilil where tii air re sounded with blows of choppers arid eag er voices of buyer and seller. The beef was readily obtaineU, and, being of a moifct nature, was conriued to the basket. They next halted in a little corner which was fxetoh and ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 December 1886

TIC1 ID f TO , ii illR J- I "O Ft i- a h i SPEAK TO THEM THAT THE"V GO FOK-WAK-Q. PIIILLIPSBUHG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 18SG. VOL. IX- NO. 5. 31.50. IX ADVANCE. ft J 1 THE HEWS IS BRIEF. An exprrimt iit il railway hn3 been opened at i'ieu-iicru, Chiua, nod bucctwioiully oier atoJ. The wax department of the Ktardard Oi wo;Ltt, ou JJiuudwuy, Cleveland, Ohio, are burned. L.1JO- about $5,0 U. Kichurd Holland, f te Kuterprise Coal cotrp-ttiy. Mt. C.urch, Vrt., wa-i iuq over by a I rcit; hi. tinin and iuLtmily killed. At a conferouot of Jt u i-h rabbin, held in New o:k, u witn rcro.vcd to petition oou prta for ihe enactment of a tuuoubi mar riage law. William Woodcock. preaid. ntof the rait oad umr-ter iiirchaiiic h ithr-uc atiou of the Lni. d 5-t trf, ds- d at Kt:zab tht N. J. lie wtid a native of Kaland and wad years Ot BtJC. Oovsr-or Currier, of New 11 .niptshire, has appoints i ex Governor Chancery, of Mau cucour, liiitca htutcs Bci-niur to ull the vm cancy occ-ifioned by the d...

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

i. LJ a - ' t- i i i . , OFFICIAL cou:;ty pa?z?v. Closa Cr.il. I An incid.mt that will ilhistrate the! .-o,c:i y ot ti.e big fctoriu has bt t-u re- ; ; purled f.'ulil the Lcih-.o.lixcd south i f .'i-.iii.iitcii I tFr.-ia ..ur la. -.utr I .. rr. P-.Gi'JISialGl. Ala CArDS. V A j. s.toX 1). C. the river. '1 i.u Pulsions ate i euplo well-known tii.ct-jfiiout this vioiiniv. .dry svv ine. I be l i t-; :iivl ior cei.ko.-t- rhv.il h; ai, I-te. -nil, is-tj. ' " - ' . - ( X-"-'.' JiT'-t t--v, jfcimj.i i The Lie Ull. X. ".OV., I'l,, CO. I, , ..r . 'lL.n.r.::iw;;i; dar hi Washington .-lock rai.-ers th.: . ,',7 , . ,i'.,,. .... ..'"' ' such viiivi-i'.-in-i.-... and have .vie. a. tmm.ltl lV the lire .1.- Mi-An....! a'ae -! j iter pf. a:-",', i I There is William Sr., and o!d gentle- but that was spo..td by tuo iui ivut. ol I There i- i,iu.-!i r.joicin y; among the man of about .U yeais; AUaa ic sas iau.. jlho tic iu!,i hi-m ami cn-mooi a!-, ever the reeeiit election chioiiit hey tuiii :i victory....

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

THE HERALD. phillipsfc lie Services w ill be held at the Pic ly terian Church next Sabbaih eveniu" . - . .- s . i KANSAS ; . , . . . .. , Ha i Uii; i -xew g.iuui is me- orcer 01 me u.ty at , -3 SOS -W 4 -r A i 1 k 0 LIC'"!" . "" ( ' ' r r EOCI-LTi: t;. A 1: , I'luLl.li'.-iJt- m. i' V.otM at I h. Ir !i .': in l'ii!ii' l.-iv evcilu ' till-r Iu-1 lnc-li. vuLursil.a re lii.a'- .1 lu la l.r-. i J. Al. Suiltf, AH at. J. vr. v. ', oiu tl sntur- V.l soji.lliaill C- II. Leilingweli's. i 'l i e revival is still jroin on at lhe AL L. Chut eh vvuh much interest. ' v.". 1. C. Hon-on, tif Hill City, was in Lo-.,e, P. i'. . town 'lhui-Ml.tr. Han av Fhiillus- i ,--. x,k i. - v o i;i I ,1'stil l:i; Lolioih ! bur-' is rar.ldlv r'tininnrin tin fi-,.i.r i t r i...-.-ti:i. ' th.-ir t.i.', o;i .. .. : - . i . . . i ui ?.HC il Ulll I ,il Uli-'''V. IlCllllV Pavis A: I...r, Ileal J..-;..-.e ami, j lama Aeent.s, 1 . i -iv '.v i a t'ui-itUu a list : 7hat are- yon rcoin to rii.t in the little stock-f.uusin mir...

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

KANSAS STATE NiW8. WinatrlJ Courier: A good looking, wall rirfwil fellow wont into the LinJoil , hnttl laat uicbt aud called for the best in tl, limine with a fire in it. The room oil the parlor was iven him, a fire built and everything arranged in cosy order for the fellow who looked like a dude capitaliut. This morning when the pcrter went to wake Iiiin, the doors were found wide open and no dude there. He had got up early and vamoosed, taking with him a tine "log cabin" quilt and a good comfort. It was a small but Bcounilrelly trick one that entitles him to a horsewhipping. He didn't register, and hasn't been heurd of since. Sterling Bul'ttin: Henry Tlummer ins an aeL Cnne that he cut in ILaeka- wanna county, on April 31th, 18S4 bv the side of the "Glacial Pot Hole," there located. The hole is bowl shaped. with a width of thirty feet and a depth of thirty feet,' and ia tilled with oval haped conglomerate stones from the aize of a hen's egg to double the size of a eoose ega. It 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. — 11 December 1886

i ! i TT IT I- 1 !: H SPEAK TO TXIEM: THAT THEY OO FORWARD. VOL. IX. XO.O. rniLLirsBURG, Kansas, Saturday, December ii, i8S6. 81.50 IN ADVANCE. jr - n 7j j THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Illinois caillerd held their twelfth annua mtwLiii at tiprijiylioiJ. The president's nm,' completed, and will cover auout to-thirds aa, much space ad lant year. J. F. Sheely &. Co.'s ijackins hone, locat ed in Omaia. eb , ww destroyed, tocttier witii m coutunui, by lire. lotia $j,UuU; in earauce $44,000. The district attorney of Chicago has tiled an information tor the ooizure of bronze and pictures imported at an undervaluation by John i. Letuer. The treasury department tritimatttf the re daction in the public debt during Novoui ber at $l,0uO,ouo, the pin.-uou payuientu having been very heavy. Gen. Miled It ft Washington Vbry suddenly for Omaha, having received, it is aid, a hint tiiat hid prospects would le injured by remaining at trie capital. A facsimile of greenback, painted on Wood, wad recently seize...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 December 1886

THE HERALD. rillLI.irIiUl'iO. - KAXS S-TL I5UAV, DfC. II til, lNCti. Congress i- now in se.-sion. Tom Moonlight is to he Governor of Vyotuinw Territory. The citato of ex President Arthur is placed at from 5! 60,000 to -.-.'0,000. Tue.'day, January 4lh. the Kansas Legislature will meet for a fifty days teition. Emma Maloj has aain been indicted for complicity i:i the Sarah Giahaiu murder. ' President Cleveland's message was loo much for him. It has somewhat impaired his he.ihh. A 200,(00 appropriation bill passed lhe house Tuesday for the establishment ,1 . .,.,...,-t .,"1.1 iMt.,.i:ii i,ir f . ,. . . .... . . , tf-fti-M rv mi I.' ht ;irt -1 l.rv fLt port KlleV. j 0 - Kansas . The manager of the Union Depot dinning room, of Kansas City, refused to let Hon. K. 1'. McCabe eit with reg ular customers on account of his color. Old Missouri never loses an opportunity to show its early training. The commissioners, of seventy presi dential post-masters will expire during the month of Decembe...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 December 1886

THE HERALD. milXirSBURG. - KANSAS SECRET SOCIETIES. U. A. K., rHlLLlHsBl itli HOST. So. ilt-iita Bt tlirir bull in l-tiilliiishura, enrh Sutur tla eveiiui- attur full Uioon. All fcojoumuig coiimitltis re iiivilt-tl to bt: present. . M. Sulk-e, Ad jt. J. W. Lowe, P. C. A. F. & A. SI., 1'lllLLll'Slil KU I.UDl.K, No. 1SJ, hold r-.-a'ulur nu-i-lini'i- at tlit-ir hull, on hutiirtluy on or before tin; full luotiri In eai-li luoiilli. Yuiuug brulLrcli are tamtiuliy invited to utLend. Frank strain. . M. F. T. M. Dutcher, Secretary. New goods is the order of the day at ' a j C- II. Letling well's, i H ! T, . i a Pete btaggs is the champion runner J 1 U . l f U WiliJiS lUHUilUS LiiU lh sifJiiSU M LIST OF LANDS. 5 i-CrJ . j-V:- I. O. O. K., l'lULUI'slll lit No. IrVI. meetH every Tuetduy evening at ti. t.. r.,i!M...-i.tii-,' Iir-itiiii' bretliren cortii Vited t'i attend. W . W. AiuKuS, N li. MciiuEl.L, Secretary. LOlJLlK, ir h:.l! 11 Y in- CHUECHES. BAl'TlsT t'ilL'IH'il. Rev. X. B. lloman 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. — 11 December 1886

ma coui.no ok kktkibltion. Ctxmltt tnie iLe gretat avenger: hutory P4E but record . , . . . , One ieLih Krupi'le in durlcneoa twixt old Bjstcflld Uiii tiit w-ril; TruLk forever uu tiia colloid, wrong forever on ttis Ummw, Yet thai. -mt old bwhj's the future, and beLind the dim uiiknuwo, tiuuidin tjod wuii-iu Uie ehaJo kevpintf watch above hia own, LajmcIU GltOWN APAKX, Cue in name, yet two in heart, t-wnwly, but Biirt-1 v. urn wu npttrt; hiMi'l-nt or nil mill Biiito tr. - ljove from his GWU bwwI bunds But free. Grown apart through the lafln yenr Nr duilitio. nor siho, nor nioiiiiatf Ura hi tail vttll lovc-'d r ..- to tiie clit-k attain. It Uirid Uiu hourt with its precious oam. (irowincr apart for ewrmore A cauknr worm at the very cons, h-born f all the swwts of lifw; An anloveU husband, unloved wife. Ah well! they have had their little day; bomw liowen biooiu tirly, and die In Hay; AW if thtroe have uanoed Uie ouuiiii And rioer frLuCu of the autumn time Knowtn only the drought of o...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 December 1886

SPEAK TO THEM THAT THEY OO FORWARD. PIIILL1PSBUHG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, I860. $1.50 IX ADVANCE. VOL. IX. NO. 7. THE K.rWS IN BRIEF. lllinou millers held theii twelfth innual meeting, at boring tioid. W. T. Pri-je, representing the Eighth Win oonstn dii-lrict in couk'reeij. died, aged 02 y ira. Coal in iinHiit quantities htt Leen dis covered iu Hendtioon and built h counties Texas. The tannery of L. R. Herscin A Sod, at Soutn Berwick, Muii-e, valued tit ifsO.OuO or more, waa burned. Governor Murmacuke has refused to in terfere in the case of Hubert Grayson, sent enced to bb hanged. Dr. A. . Erich, of Baltimore, widely known as a writer on medical subjects, died of io4tly at the eye of 4'J. A citizeD of I.a Porte, Indiana, offers to furnish a man who can eat a twelve pound gooee each day for a mouth. At a meeting of the board of directors of jthe Baltimore A Ohio railroad KobortUar . ett was re-elected president. The sheriff at Hot Bpnutja, Ark., raided every gambling establ...

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 December 1886

THE HEEALD. rJlJl.I.ll'ia'I'JG. - KANSAS. Or al co'jmty" pape?7 M.F.N.; & til hilar D, Publithers. Sati i-.! av, luc. is ih, isti. i Sto.t-tnn has organized a building j ar-d loan a-si. elation with a eauilol ! blocU of i-LU ,Uj'. ) iran last Thur i oi syines it... 11. ill Uli LM J 1 Urst Lai- wo: k. We f-eo by the Webster L'alo that the irrepressible Furi.ey has been down in llooi.s county in the interest of the Cou.mon-.vea!-h. The New Voi k Cruphic says Senator I.ognu's fortune now consists of hi Washington lioute, a thrce-slory hou-c in Chicago, a farm fome'.vhere in the interior of Illinois bis salary as senator and a wife who h-ves him passionately. Whit else dees a man want in Older to enjoy life? Mr. McGee, who yt3 elected to the Ceoreia legislature- by the fainiers of Murray county, has introduced a bill, limiting mercantile profits on the ne cessities of life to 15 per cent., under severe penalties. It is said the meas ure wid probably received favorable considreittion...

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