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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 January 1887

HERALD. KANSAS :LCRET SOCIETIE3. a. i.., I 1! ll.Lli-.iU nii PUb l', -S 0.1T7. i tu-ir tall tu PhUlipebur, each Satur- i-aii. afir full luouu. All aojoaruiug - ;r-s i inviu-d tu be present. . o.Ta.ec, Ad'jl. J. W. Lowe, P. C. A. P. i A. M., PlllLLlPSBLIill LOUOE, hold regular meeting at their hall, on ?i!i'iy ou or before, the lull moon In earn i.. V tailing brethren are coruiaily Invited 't-!il. Krauk blrum. W. M. i . T..jf. Dutcher. Secretary. i. o. o. k., puiixipsiit na lodge, j. !i'-t. nieeta every Tuesday evening at their hall i':.Klljsburg. VUitiu brethren cordially iu ru Cu atkuil. VV. W. AiUiuauli, N. G. 11. ic-Uomjell, Secaetary. CHTJECHES. BAPTIST CllUKC'li. Kcv. !S. B. lJomao will preach at the PrenbyUr lsii church, on blale alreet between Fourth and iitlt. the first Sunday iu every uioulh at 11 cock a. m. PKEjSBYTEKIAK CHtKlH, IxiTMVeA on Stale atreet between Fourth and Fifth, i' reaching by the PaaUir, ltev. Theodore bracken, evrry ouuday at 11 o'eiucn a. ru., rxc-pliu;...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 January 1887

1 i.? de'iian J fur ut-utioijiii room in oar Vettdl iD6i.tuL:ou3 duos not tudieats or (irova liiureftaii g criuimahty or law breaking. It lj a nana al well ot U.e rapid growtu u the BUii iu population, la Kaunas had only ifc.-O.Cx) iiiiif bits-nts; our population to Ujy exi.eis l.ixXJ.iAAi. '1 ha proportion of cruniiiala per enpiui id not as &rcat now as it eit years ab'0. In lo0 tho penitentiary oociAiced tWl jirlsonora, or oua tor every 1,4-il intmbitftiit.-. The average nautber in couiineaient daring Hie iUcai year loco' vw) to?, or one for every 1.7J2 lia habitants. And the demands for additional room by oar euaaatioiial and ohariiable institutions ars larger and more imperative tnan are thou for increased ceil room in our jiriaons. TilS SCPttKUX cockt. A delay of jusri -e is often an absolute de nial of justice. The docket of the supremi court is so overbardened that, in many in stances, long, eippnsiveand rexatious delayl attend tiie fiual adjudication of cases brought bef...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 29 January 1887

n i i i.-jL-iljLi. OiDLJiCAJ Jl M il K .1 J. SPEAK TO THEM TH-A-T THEY OO FORWARD. VOL. IX. NO. 13. PHILL1PSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 2d, 1887. $1.50 IN ADVANCE. BY TELEGRAPH 3harlea Francis Adams, president of the Union Pacific, has written to tiie c.'iairinan of the 1'ai'iui: ruilroeuv, in vie of the move ment in eouirrens to investigate the l'acitio roads. Mr. AJumd says his company does IiOt tear any invectiialion, it only asks that the inquiry he entrusted to uien of character and intelligence, and made final, so ad to end scandalous ruinors and ptop stock manipulations which injure the inter ests of thousands of persons and a lare area of country. As a special f.-ei;;ht train of nineteen cars, loaded with cotton, were pulling into 1'a dacah, Kentucky, on the line of the Chesa peake, Ohio Southwestern railway, one of the oars was discovered on tire, lbs engi neer backed the train on a bide track and the crew endeavored to extinguish the tiaiues with hose attachment. Ail 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. — 29 January 1887

.J 3ML--V.T" KANSAS. , . . t ,--tm ; .-t.i p ctrn KL..i i. t'il'Kf'O.-.l, j-'uliiihers. is ATI. tti'i, Jan. i'J.h, lbbT. Wa.-sLiinton Letter. (Vr-iu our Ileuiiir C'urrttrpoiiieiil. ) Wasiiixutos t. J., Jan loth, 87. (.Yi.iiicss btiia tiie weei wub soine esvci-j.iii yutiaivii kisiaUun. Its ;it ioui.i '11 was turn turned to ntaiieis of loc ii lutere.-.t. u;propriali'.u bills, mis cci:si:: oiib biiiiiic.-!., and the diseui-aion o( the bill f'jf t slaUluhiiijj Agricuituial iJxpcrniiCiit Muiiuus, it LHicuLue &tiri"cd i'jf u day over vho tjUe&liou of iuveali ;;ut:ii the tu-inafciiitiit of the i'ocilie ilsi ruudi; unti the House liually set t;-jd i!u-. ii to Uei.bei -a us over the luier cutte C ouimcice bill, which the senate passed lt Wct-ii. Wlica the IVcsiilcut sent a special mori.-K. e to Confess a&king that suita ble Action be tiku for celebrating the Cetjlc-iiulal of the adoption ot the t'un btiUiuoii ol tho United Slates, he Was caietui nut lo commit Liui-eif to u.ny spe...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 29 January 1887

3SD. SOCIETIES. t. A. It-, n J i'U-,!'. .Nil. 77. 5. --!. &t their bill in I'h'filij.-sburu', t-h '-atar-ecaiiii? ft-f fail iii'-n. Aii o.,oui:u:i; jf tev,:firiilr r iuvilnl U be pivp;r;t. i. Ja. -.iiico. Ad jt. J. A. Loue, P. C. A. fc A. 11., FiULL'.hbtiL'K'J LUln-K, ?o. 11, hU r-i:Iiir nit eiiiiL's at the-ir ha.! I, un a In iu aitrnrt. Yra.uk MraiU, Y t . T. M. Dutrbcr, Secretary. Sfo. 1M, meft every T-day c-vtiiu;.' at l it ;r hull ! in Phlili'ur, irl.:iii' rr-ttirt-n fordi-iliy 1 itrl to Until. V . V' Ajkli.UMi, N. O. CHUKCHKS. UAKiisT ClllUCU. Tie. K. B. Homan will rt-a:b at th PreeTiytt-r Itncburcti, ott huu lrtrrt-t lt.ir.-u t ouri.ii un! iuh. tii 6it suaa m every u.-ilu ut n o eiocfc a. iu. pi:kuv i k!:: an c ni icii, Lorflfd on htitUr ret U twuen Futiriti ni l Fifth. I'jeciiiiL' jy tlie P tMUiT, Hcv. Tlivixlotx- ilra km, vrry hunday l 1 1 u rU k a. ru., exi .-jj,ii.; ib.r ffct "uuilay la eecli UiouLu. buUalu muuul every fcuuday t 10, a. tu. 3dETI!oLllrT KfiS Ol'AL Cllll...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 29 January 1887

liCH.-j AM) A 1'AiIliOX. uricl of Sixty A o Vein V Ulcb are Still AVortli MLnovrtiig . - 'ILmo read tad ttoriro about animala tLat aro bo f asliicmrble in tna daily pa wra novmunya," writes a man, who tiirixs himself "Old Fogy," in a letter to tie LictoriHu of. the ISooton liecord, "but tLeT are ail prbtty Uiin. Even ttia sea serpent is a warmed over reptile. In my youth I waa accustomed to reading etoriea of animals that were worth while. Mare are a con tie that I have kept in ray ucrap book. One of them I ptteted there in the year 1S19 aad tha other about 1811, when I waa in college. Xhe firat id related by Sir William Temple and 13 about a Brazilian parrot which 1 TLUoe alaarioe nirt in run travels. "I had a mind," esaid Bir William, "to know from 1'rince Maurice's own mouth the account of a common and much cred ited etory of an old parrot he had seen in BiazJ during his government there, that spoke, and aaked and answered questions like a reasonable creature. Prince Maurice Said...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 February 1887

ii J1BRAI SFKLA-IC TO THEM TZAST THEY OO FORWARD. VOL. IX. NO. 1-1. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1887. $1.50 IN ADVANCE. Ji. 7 GENERAL NEWS. Rev. L. L. Luse, of Krie, Pennsylvania, baa been lodged ia jail 011 charge of forgery oointuitted in Kebraska. T. B. Pannell. sheriff of Mu'ilensbarg county, Kentucky, was shot dead at Para dise by a desperado, whom he attempted to arrest for murder. Those Seninoles of Indian Territory who suifered by the failure of their crops, are receiving from the funds of the tribe a suthcieut earn to tide them over to the next harvest. The ioe in the Maumee river at Toledo, broke loose, sweeping away 200 feet of the Union railroad bridge. 1 here is great dan ger that 4O0 feet of the Pennsylvania rail road bridge will be wrecked. The argument in the telephone cases haa . " iiiau iu the United ritatcs supreme court, and will oontinae for two weeks. The coun sel in these eases asked for sixiy-foHr hours, or about three week, but the court deci...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 February 1887

KANSAS. COUNTY PAPE: fill liHAi, I'cb. 6 ll, l"-iS7 :Liuatoa Letter. tirjni our Kcai'.'-ar (A rre.-porideiit . ) V.im.oTos U. C, Jan ljih, 87. '1 he l'n:ifd .'-tjte.i Senate has clone al ii-a-t lo l.otnbie things tbis v.cc-k. it L:is ;vfu Mm Jtiiitich Lion's tail a ;c "ui i w aid it .Jian ej;ain lefued k pro llitl women who want to vole a hi.iii.'e to fculmit m Consliiulional niin:i)1mo:it on Woman Sufiraa.6 to the t-tHLs Lf gislaturos. It is iiiicidii',,' to he reminded coo ni.d tr.in tbat the American Eagle can fcull soar, and that the tire of our revo lutionary sires ii not extinct. '1 he L Ken nt ot atoi V of Senators InsalU, Iie nnd lla.e has furbished aoiple jjicof of this. 'J'he occasion Was debatt on the bi.l euipo-A ing the Pre-ident to clo-e U e ports of the United fctate against Cauadiaii imports, a a laeushrt t,i ieinl;a'i-n, i case Great ISritain per-i-htsin viol.-iliiii; her treaty obligations I v ul jcclin Auierican ti.vlierrueii to SniHenitics &ud outrages in Can...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 February 1887

HERALD. .LIP.snURU. - KANSAS SOCIETIES. - - A. A., I'aiLLll'oiiLiHi I'usT, No. 77. tltlicirbjiU in VfaillipeDurir, each Satur ? c-.-j.i tiler tuli luoon. AU .ujourmug - ire uiviicd lo be prtbtnl. . . j. iiice, An 'ju J. W. Lowe, P. C. A. r. A. M., PUILLlpstSfUtj LODGE, v IM, hold regular raedtiiLre at ttitrir hill, on : .ay on or IWore the lull mcoii lu each -n. brclhren arc i-or1:.-u.y Invittd j ::ft.d. Krnj:k Mruiii. W. 31. . 1. M. Dutcher. Secretary. 1. ). O. F., PllILLll'SBUCG UD(j. 3M, niret. every Tneadny evt-ntui? -it Their hall l'h!.!:pbnri. Yii-ltuiiJ brethren curdl.-tlly iu el (u .llt-r.d. W. W. AMiBUso, N.'U. ii. An Iiowkli., Kecrctarv. CHURCHES. BAPTImT CIllKCIi. RwT. N. B. lloraan will preach at the Prt-ebvter-?n charvh, on Mate .trect between Fourth and .na. the urit bautiay in every ciuiilti at 11 o aock a lu. PKKSbV'l'tltlAN Cll l ltl ll, J.oeted on State rtreet oetweeti Fourth and Fifth. 1 rcm-hlo by the PaaUir, Itev. Tiu-oUore Bracken, ffiry huilay at 11 o clock a....

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 February 1887

bv Bnrr b.vhtk. 1: ' r f t.e pacit, whoe onforgotten suualo tisH Lij iao kias, 1 . trie ix j ! kii t WilijS nt of tlie preaent Vi iji cjiur vt r i '" 1 I xr .von call, anJ the fitua dndiaf V.-a u.e utid wavee and Mtuid. Aa Ui Count lilt? UiiaeioU Vol Co blending wiirU-j mo iMjatiiou land. V-" "Mq tii circle of your incantation No 1-iiKiit tir ui lido w foJitt, l.r tmro Dunmt, nor lut nor lost ambition 1 aaara UjUw hit waila. fcorna cm the swll of your long waves receding I U.jUt:nri tti ttxrlilrT ttlh I a,- Ui d mx riow of biiiih lory, ' 1e SOiiawl Ui eaxu ttlid laall B- ire me rbte the (lom.a-aliAifed mission towers iae fu ui prtMtidio; T; i aw&rt coiumaiidar in his lev them jar kin, -i.UO prtoblui alolo of miuw. Q:ioe more I ae FurtcUVa cross uplifting A.Mvn r'iM mt,ti ,uir iuii: A lid poet u Uocuxuiud, northward slowly drift ing The truihted galloon. O (olrtma bnll whooA conaocrutod masses tiie f irti of old O uiitliuK o-U! t'wt lullwd with, twilight moaic Yoar voioHA break a...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 February 1887

Phillipsburg ' -Herald. SPEAK TO THEM THAT THEY GO FORWARD. ' VOL. IX. NO. 15. PHILLIPSBU11G, KANSAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1887. 81-50 IN ADVANCE. BY TELEGRAPH The Texas legislature assembled in joint session for the purpose of resuming ballot ing f jr United States senator. In accord ance with a determination reached the night before at a secret caucus of supporters of ex Ciovemor Ireland, hii name was withdrawn trotn the contest. As soon as the two houses had assembled tlie tweuty-hfth ballot was ordered niidst good deal of excitement, it resulted as follows: Kraian, 4J; Maxey, 4'J; Alexander Terrell, ;jo; ex-Governor O. M. Roberts, 2. tin the thirty-hrst ballot Con gressman JMeagau lacked bat three Totes of election, whereupon several changes were made, widet great excitement, electing Keag.ui. A bold but unsuccessful attempt was made by seven masked men to rob the safe in the Jersey City postothce. 'the burglars were oonoe&led in the building, and surprised the night watch...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 February 1887

KERALD. .-l-UJMi. - KASSA.S. OFFICIAL COuivTY PAM I. LiCMonD, P.blliU-rs.: iSA'l I UWV, l'tib. l.'.ll, 1,-37. Vy'i'..-shLcstoa Letter. Trcm cur l.c'-ilur c'ciTc:.i'Gi-.lc.-il . ) V.Arlil.SUTUN, let). 7, 'ST. The (.'itut-i.tin of the llou-e of IVpre- (Pl.toilVta H Mi!l!Ui; if jlll'l eeCf.-l.tnc i.i Lis milium;; pi a er ti. biiti'u ilr, iii: Ituiri'rt jelr.iv Di ccC-tjioricd citiict-.ui 1.1st rc-isiO'l liL' LltS LtCU Ul r ClaTi- t tive in hi j d tti.iuJs at the "1 Lruae oi tliiice, but ii if tiitys ttc;o I ha Kef. j. i.iitU'H:a i curp: i.-id tbo lioii.-.e ly pin in lor the wile uf iscei clary WbU Lc; ni! J I be babu. This c tUst-J a certain Conrt-ssnian vliO O i:i:.t.it datiyhU-r wfs ti.e. tame jie ui ifce m. w "i'nbiutt I ub" u ae iua tbo t iiarsiii t "offensive parti lr:i;l;'.,' i.ei u3e bo had neglected bi vi:s tu.l I toby, Mu next day tbo otbir 1 Kits )-i.td iur, Ncvir before iu . the halls t-1 Cciiii-ress was the bulii of i.i.y Atu.rie.wt ci'.iert the oecs.itu o.L ii-l ucliou. As...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 February 1887

THE HERALD. UIX.LIl-sr.URG. - KANSAS ECP.ET SOCIETIES. . . It, PUlLLlfslH Mi l-uji', Nu. T7. at tblr hail In Pllillipubur', e:wh snlur evuiii; after full moou. All Hujuuriiilig cu:'..ie r invited to be prtsi.-nt. ). m. Uee, A J jt. J. W. Lowe, P. C. F. C A. M., PUILLIPbIII 1CU Loll,E, Ko. 14. Luld regular mf--liu-' al their hall, on aur,iay m or before llic lull m:xu in i-mli fci.n.'u. Y lolling Orcthreu are curaiaiiy iriviicd lo uu,-j.d. r rank blrulu, . M. T. M. Pntcber. SecrLtarj. I. O. O. F.. r-illLLlr-hUl lai LOUllK. JCo. 1M, meets everv Tuefdny evening lit tlu-ir hall tn I'liilliiinl.ur. Vieitiiiif Ijretlireu .nhily in-Hi-d to tillcud. W. V. Amjli:,o., N. U. II. McLoj(ll, Srcrelary. CHUHCKE3. BAITlsT I'H I KC11. R-v. N. B. Unman will rt-t u at the Prt-fbytcr-1ftn cliulvli, ou Mate lrc;l b-;e-u Kourlli uli 1 J-'iftu. the firl buuiluy lu every oiouLli ul 11 'clock a. u. lKisB YTElllA N CllLltCH, T.ocalell on Slate ttr.-t.-l between Fourth and Fifth. l'r.-t litu by tne PuaUir, It...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 February 1887

MV I-IK-fltrU BIRTHDAY. FRANCIS D. OAIJK. I cl to tl.itik when I, a chiM. l'iod wttQ the pebbles oa Uie shore Of Uitt rivor rififllirf mild. That ruiin.1 b.-f.o my f .ihnr's door, H.-w Iiiqk, how Tery loin? 'twould be fcro 1 could live out ftriY sxa To think of it on .-ht-'ktJ my ul And tiiled my uLiMisu iittrt Willi fear. 1 lookfvl at Krtiiithna as she sat, li,r ftrtlit-ut dotted witii silvery rime. An t Uunif-'lit, '"wlit-a l'ui as did as Uiut Must 1 uatu Bttft-kcuB ail tiie timef Must I it in nil urin clwtir no, A whit. rniiwd cap arouati my face, WiLh dill drab Btriuts and n.j'er a bow. And ktp Uuuifa ttiwuj a ia their pluce?" The Un.-s of care, the m'ha of pain The "Hush" iter lips so oft U't tail, M'uie me winli o'er and o'er aulu I never niiKtit tfrow old at all. Xet sle waa ever ciieerful, and Would oft uuuw join our sport, aud mirth. And many a piiiy hy her waa planned Around the vjtnLer evening nearUi. but then she olavod not by the brook, i ehe Oid not KUier pretty tio ra...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 February 1887

il Hill yl y 1 3 k --M ' r.t t SPEAK TO THEM THAT THEY GO FORWARD. VOL. IX. NO. 1G. rillLLlPSBUIlG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19,1887. 81.50 IN ADVANCE. ! , I t. V" -i NEWS NOTES. The board of trade of San F'ranoisoo adopted a resolution requesting congress not to discourage the, production of Cali fornia raisins by lessening the protection heretofore granted. The substitute for the bill introduced by Peters, of Kan-as, to regulate the classifica tion and couipuu&atiou of postmasters and their allowances, vim reported by the poet othoe comniLtee of the house. A committee of the Reading railroad workmen visited the general ollice of the company, in Philadelphia, and held a conference with President Corbin and Cien eral manager ArtoLeod. It is believed by the ollicialn of the company that the (hen will strike. From fourteen to twenty-five inches of alow on a level is now on the ground in Montana. Caftie lire buttering terribly. The fuel fanitue continues at rrt it-it ton. Coal is...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 February 1887

HERALD. -L L J I FmM-ii'si;ui:u. - Kansas. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. Kt-rtrt.li Eil'r.rCKiJ. PitbJiifcers.: tiTiutii, 'cl. l'J:h, lds7. Vucbinjrtcm Lottor. tFrciii our lu-ular CVrr!ouiieut. ) V.'ASuijiGTON-, Feb. 31. 87. The pjtst wotk in Congress has not been 'ii; of rcut iuputt:ii.a ia legis lative B.:t',n, Lu'. both house of CuortM h-uio di.aeuj;ed matters of wide uaLtiwut interest, auj the irnns coi.Jat subj-.'it of tanif legislation bits beta seuleJ, at lwat so far a the no tion of the j.roeut cor'gress is concern ed, iioia the formal correspondence between AZassrs. Carlisle and i'.andal) it ij evldcDt that the eiiurts of thoo who Yii b to reduce Ibo tariff will be fiitiie. Neither party wiil concede a poiut, ud it is plain that their correspondence lias had lor its object to define -the at titude of the respective fat-tiom before the public, tied wns not written with tri- rmpe of rescLirg a lajia lor tariii legislation. ne it.eation of tariff legislation to thejtuiure brini up th...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 February 1887

1 TEE HERALD. I'llILLIPSBUHu". - KANSAS SSCI-tET SOCIETIES. r. A. i-illLlU'Kl3rii.i HosT, -NO. 77. Xoiila at their hull la l'htlii.turi;. each 8atur ay eaeuiutf aller fll iuuhl. Ail auioBruili (uuauici ire Uiv itc-d to be prudent. J. il. bulu, AJ jt. J. W. Lot. P. C. A. K. i A. 11., PUllXli'Slil I'.li LODllE, lHi, hold rtrular UJCrrtlC'ri at tbvir Uall, OD batuiUay on or txrlurc IIjc lull uuun iu rarh auui.lh. YiniUng brc-UircB are lUmlioi.y invited F. T. . Datrher. Secretary. 1. O. O. F., l-lULUPSbL Kti LOWE, 3io. 1W, me?ta every Tut-eday evening at their bull In Phlillit)uri;. 'leit Intf brelLien eurdltily In cited to attend. VV. W. A$bt;a3u.H, '. G. 11. UcUtjWKi.L, Secretary. CHURCHES. BAMIS1' I'll I' Kl'd. Rr. N. B. Unman will preartl at the Pre?byt-r-lAhCQurvu,uii btjla street Itf.At-eu FoerLll aud llflU. IL 6rt Suuilay 1U every luuiiUl at 11 cluck; a. m. I' It t3U i I t It 1A N - H L' Itt 11, Located on Male street between fourth and Fifth. Preaclilnir ry the I'aetor. Kt-v. '1...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 February 1887

A YAJ-fc-NTIXK. fax JOSEfUl-VE POTT 10J, A THlentine! Ail, can it be 'Xttnt auioe oaa ha aiilreQ.l to me 1 ftcoe li n t-o, bo awewt mxhI teluior? Nuiiit or liiiitiii in init awt L imiu Um us.!, and yut and yet 1 thiujc I know Uit atmder. What thoana th wiitinfr be diaiaetl, A tul ninny a little trick deviaed. 1o aid the fund ilwctfijtion; Ht. V aemme provulB the ky 'I hut eooiia the little tiayetery Tti iriuiueut of recLiujii. We my be right, we may be wrong; ijT lt.es: ol cou h rin.au ou sltouk We Kive the rem to fncy. And int her w under ut her will, her bright Uuraliuy rulhl ill iielda of lurcrouuvucy . And valentine won Id lose their charm I J 'he at ouc cuuid doabt tlioanu r.re y-t the d was broken; Aa'l ao tiie i t--1 r ile diatfuiee, I 've niirtj deimiitfal the eurprue And BWt)-U;r la the token. VALENTINE VtRSES. feY MA&U AHJCT KOElilNM. I' ve tfoaKht in forest and in mine, Wht?re LuruxJ ituum Lu rure iiKhi filuxie; Inaunuy houUa of dower and vine, Yv nu K"l'itrii, liquid...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 February 1887

f 1 r ;" F f -- r. F ' i I t H k i W k u i j t s - f. ii i. (J - - g- lTIILLIl'SBLRG , KANSAS. FKBUL'AUV 19ih , 17. Crow Items. Not having seen ai.j- news from car contempt runes, Tox and L'niea,' of this i.eek o'woods, we will emerge in mi the profound lethargy in which we ha. I fctit.lv s.uee last spring and e vuii a teW pointers. Fdmer Anderson repnew of I'huin is Davidson is very sick. Mr. 1 llsbee, nom Cloud c-untv, was here lately i-ui!i; his aunt, Mrs. Mdi.s. li,ury Ucach had a narrow escape lately coming home tVi.ru a iitearv' en tei tuiiimeut. 1 1 e uocldeii' v fell la an open wed on Mi.-.-. Kate Miller's farm, but fora.ately m his Sail he caught at a pole lajing; ciosswi-e on the Weil a rut a;ler some ha: d reraniul'in succeed. d ia u-gainii.g '-tcrra-lii ma." 1-ir. Hall's pome.-, which had become impatient at the long seeanee of the literary at l'lunjer-; ffhool house, smart ed home across 1. -t s be. ore he h ;d time lo jei in his vehicle, dragiur him through a wire fenc...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 26 February 1887

TCT TTT T i rn. H 1 j g j 17 13 A R - j i I- 3 gp-pATf TO THEM THAT THEY OO FORWARD. VOL. IX. NO. 17. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2G.18S7. $1.50 IN ADVANCE. HEWS NOTES. A diapatch from Kt. Petersburg says Gen eral Von behweinibt. the German aLubaaaa dor to Kuaaia, recently aeked the Czar w bethel he would remain neutral in ttut event of war between (j, rmtiiiy and France, and that the ozar re tuned to make any en (fakement respecting the matter. Jam? Wiualow, a machinist, living in St. L4)uia, Mo., committed auicide, after having rua-te two previous attempts to take Lia life. He cut bin throat wilh a razor, but before death euaued, a physician wis called who stopped the bleeding and saved hi life, lie then walked to the bridge and threw him self into the river, but woe rescued before he was drowned- He then proceeded from the river bank to the railroad tuunel and threw himself before an approaching engine, the wheel paamng over his body, and his th rd at tempt at self d...

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