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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 26 February 1887

THE HERALD. Pim,LirBL'l;(J. - KANSAS OFFICIAL COUNTY FAPEPW. L E1CKF0KO. Publishers.: SiTtiiwj, 1'cb. suiii, issr. Washington Letter. iFruw our Ui-ulur CorrouJeQt.) WAbiiiKiiTON, Feb. 18. '87. 'ongress bus accomplished very little during ifae week iq the way of import ant national legislation. The people of Washington are well satisfied with hat bus teen done, however, inas lancli a considerable progress was Iiiaiie wiih local affairs in which they iro much interested. Washington is the "protege" o Congress. '1 he Dis trict ol Columbia is governed entirely by Congress, is dependent and com pelled to look to Congress for every thing. Naturally it thinks Congress never dots enough for it, and la a chron ic Complainuct of neglect. Jt U thought thattho President's veto of the Dependent Tension bill will be feUKtained, although the House passed the bill by more than a two thirds ma jority, which would be suflicient to pass it over the veto . The President's veto message proved a powerful...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 26 February 1887

THE HERALD. PHII.LIPSBUKQ. KANSAS SECRET SOCIETIES. CI. A. it-, HULUWULhU r-UsT. SO. 77. Meet t their bU In Phtlliilebui".'. each Sntnr mif cvcalbf; Ter full iiuxmi. All eojourulutf vwiusAo ire lnvllc-4 to be pri-acnl. J. M. bailee. Ad jl. J. W. Lowe, P. C A. K. A. M., PllILLU'SBl LODtiE, So. 1S4, hold reCTiUr uieetliif.'" at their hail, on IMUmday on or before thu tuli rueou in ent-h tuoulh. Vieitiug bretlireu are rurdiuily invited lo attend. F ran k fc tram, W. il, F. T. at. Dntcher. Secretary. I. O. O. F., PUlLLlPSbVItG LODGE, Bo. 164. meeta every Tuecduy evening nt their hall In Phlillpetiuris. leiuutf bretlireu ctirdinliy m Vlted to attend. W. W. AgbKUbUtf, 2s. G. ii. ilct)owjtLL, Secretary. CHURCHES. BirTlsf I'UUKIH. BeT. N. B. lloruan will preach at the Presbyter ian church, on btate street between Fourth and lltth. the firl buuday In every tuoulU at 11 b'dock a. m. PKKSBVTliKlAN CHL'WU. Located on Stat street between Fourth and Fifth. Preachlut; by the Pactor, Re. Theodore B...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 26 February 1887

Xte lltUtl Editor. vtto run a paper fhocM know every Luuitia ct.. kua huld uu ttitt lorca of s liu lrd.. like & l-iiliiXi( ulliitiiwLt ttop -r. li bi.c.uid bi irot'Uiia a. it , pliant aa ft L-,-.ii-i p.jiu. and u hLUjble to Ilia pa.rona a a .Uta.1 bud cruet li fcciuijer. Us ahoulj hoisor n his jouri al every captain, Cia k aud eoloLcl, aii dich bp Uicir priud u-iiu-v u.v'it. in a LjU-'.j-j.ooii cooked limn Hi. lie should pull tU tiardeur-d llttr ciuU. tt.I:d Coilor1tt, CiiUICU and cllolr, Hh loilK biljtt llYc, Ol.O. UUa, St-tl, aera- ltuc Lll:Cicruui. Ha mc&t wiite th famy colnuin that makes all Li. rtwivrn auli'iiio. Wltti liia faehiobe, frills ar-t Ouuiic-c-, fu bt-iowa slid thac ds cai. 'uir yu-l' the cup-iitiiJd'a wjid revel aciu-lcu ai.u muoncre lln devi, aud put on a brow of Uiutiuer that shall petrify and aPial 'em. He mast be a news rr&ec' or of the lyeenui and Jeclur', and laindown his tally torrents oft the veU-rttu luuk iin clur. lialiiust be a prompt advs- r ...

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 March 1887

1l HILLIPSBURG 11 H j V. Ji J . : J? SFELAJK TO THEM THAT THHY GO FORWARD. VOL. IX. NO. 18. . PHILL1PSBUIIG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1887. $1.50 IN ADVANCE. NEWS MOTES. John Carroll, an Irish laborer at Wilming ton, Delaware, died within fonr months of tua 111th birthday. The anna&l dinner of the youutr men's demorutio club of Brooklyn was niven in iew York City. 'I he party woa in honor of Governor Hill, Senator Colqmf, of Georgia, and (ienfaral John C. Black, of Illinois. Xjettern of -t-ret were read from Preaiutjnt Cleveland and members of hid cabinet. The second anr-nal baLqaet of the Michi gan club waa held in the Trinoeiw rink in Detroit, Mich. Covers were laid for l,5ou and several hundred more occupied seats in the gallery. Senator T. W. Calmer called tke meeting to order and lr. Kexford pre sided. An hour as spent at the table, hcuator Taiiuer oalled tiie meeting to order. He toochingly referred to tKe prrfenoe last year of Senator Ljau, who was "such a man as tke re...

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 March 1887

THE HERALD. HIIl.J.i;-M;l'Kti, - KANSAS. Orj'iv.nL LO Jit a' F:iPin KGRN3 i EICKFCRD, Publishers. Sauukav, Mob. Its? On tha -'-lh u'.t., Emporia voted 30, C.'O tor raihoa-i bonds with only 67 op pojiti vote-. C.'.il Sciiuii Q-n been walUlu in slip jiery peaces, lie fll the other day aad icciytJ se.cro it j aile3 ti his lf t fa ip. Senator Julii J. lujralls was elected to take tUe pl-cj of Senator Suei Aiaa as pro.-ideut ol the U. S. Stsnata. Sen ator Sherman rcaigued. ;a'.or l.o.vj ai add a speech ia the t?to Semite tho other day a;id inade the eltUetneut that if the prohibitory aiuerjd'i.eaD w as re-aubtuitted it would cary ia the state by 50,000 ma'ority. Henri Walterson, of tho Limsville Courier; says he will stand by the ticket ia !Sf IUlh.(;1i Cleveland heads the ticket. The sweetening influences of the pension bill veto to the uuregeuer ated element of the south ou;ht to open the eyes of soldier Democrats. The Troy Chiet observe that the citi zens of Ateliiso:i inform us that ...

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 March 1887

THE HERALD. ? hij.liisi;i;i;g. KANSAS EECnKT SOCICTIK3. t iUt-ir tiU in hbii;:Mrbu!V. ciub Suiar-A-V r uiutf WlI Lcr f Uil tuiuu. Ail euoiiriiiti vui r.i-ic ir? .m. if-a 10 i bn . 41 . Silier, Ad ;t. J. W. Lone, P. C. A. V. A. M PlIll.Lil'Siiiflu'i LuUCii, uiar iiii-'tiiii?M ct tUrir hull, oq . lnl, bold ,y n or Lotor; ihc lull mtm in rt' it DutihiT, Sccrvtury. I. O. o. I'liU-Lli'MSl iiii LoL(,, 0. nitret! every Turlriv i-v pu!i.r at ttuir h:i!l la l(iiiiint'iir-. Vlr-Uiiii.' Ir-tlut-ii ortll-iily lu TUd to I Lend. W . . Aal.tllaoN, N. Ci. li. iIt;lo ici.Li Socrt-tarv. CHURCHES. llAKUsl- tlll'lli'ii. KcT. Is. B. lloman will pn-ai-fa at tbr Prt-jstiyter-ltt l Uurctl, ou IMale i-lrcc-l bc-Lv i-t-u l'ourlli aii.l llic tiift touinlay m vwry uiuuiii ut 11 i'HEMi V 1 tltl-IN I II l lu ll, t.OCfttml OU Male .trrt-l In-tWi-vtl Four-Til and Fifth. bin by Hie J-ntor, ICi-v. '1 hcouure hrtu-krn, very Siu.nl.iy l 11 o'clock a. in., tuc rat -Ullilay ill each lnuulh. SiiuuuLtl Bullitt every iBUli...

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 March 1887

WttiLE WK MAT. Thf hanj are utieh dcar hand; Tucy v bo foil Uu-y luru It. OUT rimtldj b f-rtcu; lur-y n-acti t, WifU tritl. ro acttr-tfly tt.OQa,h.t fcboUt. Po UxtUiS l tii-i; they du bo i- tun tiitus f r int, far you It th-ir tii-ii iii uai't-, ixuiy wtii uuJ; uut bcvuk. They artueh fund, frail lip lu.t spetiit. to u. I'tuy, U luve stri. Tiifiu ftii creliou uittuy timea. Or if ti..-y feix-tut too luw or qui k, uch crtinc muj pnaa by . for we may if lay u t tu oil titn thue atuhll words may be li Id Lot tu t or tuick, or out of piac. but d ar Eixrtiuew iii lii are no mora Lere. They are amh tl-ar, f milm fwt that go Aioljm ilte pniii idi out f cm-t font or low. And lT)iu t K.-rp iwtco-if thoy mint&ktf Or Lreud UpD wmi Outer IiitaL wo Would ttekd IV D our brettat, or bitjisej Borne rood. Or cruii p or iiui UIiUl ix bleed, Ve uiy i e mulo, Not tur.au quietly to impute trt4 fuulL; fur tlit-y nud we iirtV bn. ii h li tlu w.y t i cau be Toyw litr kucb a li tin wlnitt ttlouK Liu way V...

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 March 1887

11 n ir" TUT si 1 I ; s sr. r- j h i n .3 -j g-pvATf TO TKE1I THAT THEY GO FORWARD. VOL. IX. NO 19. PHILL1PSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1887. - $1.50 IN ADVANCE. -A. NEWS NOTES, Jauien C. Branch, a wenlchy young citizen of bt. Ixmip, t uh luurriod a German girl formerly employed by hia family. Boca be and hia briUo are burred out of the paternal hoilfieliold. In a cie tried aa Milwaukee, Hmry Sty mer wad awarded damage of if3,fjO0 uuinnt JLake lownhhip for me acuth uf Lid buu by an accident on u defective road. The Itidtmtrual Gazette, of St. Lou in, makes ttie announcement that there haa jut bet-n uncovered near t u-calooat, Ala bama, a btsti of red kermitite iron or tux teen feet thick, which analyzes sixty-two and one-halt jt-r cent of nietaiio iron, and i believed to bd ttie- most extensive and valuable depoe t of I no kind in the L'uitod btatca. At a sn8Hm of the prophetic cenferenoe in New Vork City, Ho v. linter, of Kugland, took, lor hiss ubj(. ct A Great Criuirt id at...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 March 1887

THE HERALD PH ILLIl'MiUivlr. - KAN SAS. PAPE 6. CiCKMwlJ, pLbl.ihers. !iiLi:wy, Mch. 1: h, 1 Xc m Said that during the debate on t he lte dependent pension b.II, n Leli tion as unearthed, bearing the signa ture .! Gruver hiuiaclf. In h jury trial in Xew York recently j' was di'tiJuJ that a marriage ceie lnony a invalid because the lady was Crunk at tue time. Wichita's boom is largely due to the t cl tbat t!.o city went to work in the rijflit way by paying the local papers to dverlise it. The Beacon and Eagle receive regular advertising rates for booming the town, aud the city buys up large l umbers of each issue for fiee il.stnbution. Globe. IKnry Wascl Uteclier, the celebrat (1 divine of Brooklyn, died at his Lome, on Lit Tuesday, surrounded 1 y Lis friends and relatives. The fu liera! si r viced l.ok place on Thur-iday ut the Trinity c'litr.'li , and Were con ducted by Ilev. Hull. The remains were then taken to IJreenwood ceme tery to be placed ill a Vault to again L-iial disposit...

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 March 1887

- V HERALD. PUII-LIP.-sliUKG. - KANSAS lisU. Cop. Cloves. Clothlog. Boot & Shoes. Dry Goodi and Groceries. Full line of Canned Good-. Courteous and gentlemanly clerks, at C. II. Loflinsweirn. Books, stationary and notions at Suaulding's. Wanted. A pood carriage hor.se. Enquire of G. XV. Younr. Breakfast bacon, boneless harm and aide meat at f It ming & Ui-ler's. Perfumes and toilet' article , cheap and good at S. S. Fisher & t'u.'s. Globe mixed paints the best in the world at Harmon's. Children's suits $135 ar.d upwaid at Jake Rothschilds, Kirwin. t Mr. Lincoln, of Logan, is agnin with Morton in the ItegUter's oflice. Farmers, if yoa want steers to feed this winter, call on E II. Evans. Go to Fleming & Ilisler, the reliable aaeat men, and get a pood cut of steak. Geo. DU has his new bakery nearly cnclosed. FiDe jewelry of all kinds at II. S. doling A Co's. Pratt & Lewis have money to loan on short time, with approved security. Prescriptions compounded with care 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. — 12 March 1887

AT LAST, BT J. O. WiHTTIXB. Wnea nn ivy day of life the nitfLt U falliau, AliJ in ti iuJ. from uuouxiued taco blown, I fi.-r tar VuiC- out of diirkuuJI ctviiilirf il feet ialii uukuowu, Ttoa who bat mml home of Ufa a pleasant, L-a. lnt ll U-i-"t wtieu L VrKjii decay; iio illoU lliy btrelUjUl fcllil LUJ ! Be near me wQ H elae is from me drifting, iur-n, n&y, Luinc l picture, tluys of oluaae and ttlllllf. And kindly f- to mv own npUftintf X he iuVd hicti anewrera uuuo. have but The,. O Father! L-t Thy Spirit kit wiin iiiw then comfort and uphold; No -i of p-a 1. uo t.mui-ii of iHxiix 1 merit, o tUwst of eiiUiiU; otli it if, my an ill nnret'kontxl, Aud txLU forivou th.ro uh Thy abounding finl aiy.-.H y hands familiar beckoned Liito my niUiitf piace. 80 t e humble door among the manaians, to.n sn-nUariiiK aLaoe wacrs am tuui aUtrvicK And ii m foever through, Heaven' gren ex- lirtUbioilM Tte uvor of f hy peace There from the music round about me stealing, 1 lulu would la.ru the iw 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. — 19 March 1887

SPEAK TO ' TliEii TIJ-A-T THEY GO FORWARD. VOL. IX. NO 20. PHILL1PSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1SS7. 81.50 IN ADVANCE. OCKAX YACHT UltH American Schooner Yacht Start tol lueoatown. New York. Muroh 12. The trana-Atlan-tio keel auhootier yaotit race, from Owl's Uotul, New York harbor, to Koche'a Point, QuecuHtown harbor, w.ll be ttartod, weather penuitling, at 1 o'clock to-Uny. Every stay, roixj, halyard, line, brace, sheet, bolt auj biokio on the iMumleeV were carefully in-i-lwjclcd for the lant time by Captain rinuiuels, yes'.erday mteruoon, and Captain Cironby did Iha same aboard the Coronet." Both rouounoed the yauhbj in perfect trim, txUii fully ready to euuouuter the Kales which ro exieoted, aud, perliaps, hoped fur, on the paacuie. The time of oron-iu the line of each yacht will be bikeu, but it will have no effect on deciding the result, , aftrr the sitfual haa been k'ivt-n, both boata will be oouHidered an having ettrtod, and the one that reaches Uo-.-he'a point tirt wi...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 March 1887

.a'. 21 --J- . Tl HERALD. vcT3 ?o?, ir: v.onvsi. Ibis pr. j jtdti-a .-.ai ik w b-.-yi n-f Ji tw Vt.l i' vs 'JMii by tUi t" 1C.: iii i. Neb.a-k K. I. jT!f ti the It.t I -I iland) to Vv ie t.H.ds i.i. Aid -i -1 1" : -.I W!- T d t ID HUU STORE t 1 T ' .; .oVi IM nui-.o. - ic a:- c: ii i m j C-. w. bicxpord, pharmacist, OFFICIAL : U. ci"-i I -" i ' : To t r ,rt t.f C a. tvt whJ. Ha3 moved into Jus elegant n&iti store huildia tu.it great r. ..way v.Ji'cn -r .ro.. u C'jrtii'-t thei!" vo rl ibroph the ecn'ar i. c a- y pi-.i g (tit jfh. the t.iwu hL.s of 1 ')-.:., Aic-vie. l-fci.:;p-bi; v . i-Jo'tid aud I'liii-ieviev. It is lk n ;.- !v i-.-:-t Jt.li JU.V ' i .v n i .-u tn'i-. t - c . i : 1-! t-T'.vv. -.):; t...-;t : s i.".ic Hiip a r -- i'-i . i x ; r o. u- i?wii.i.;j " ;.. tli,-. ;arc ' Xii..- t -lOIli'lTlit-Iti l.f.tiv lo , and now Has one of the finest drug stores in Phillips County, and , WliL Ui? HHDS a fdll A"D COMPLETE LIKE Cr Pr.T'? Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Funcy Goods, Toil...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 March 1887

DRIFT. The IndejenJent Bays there ia need of a spitting-car for those who chew tobacco or have the consumption. Over $100,000,000 worth of property w:b destroyed by firea ia the United States during the past year. One of the finest and biggest nuggets of gold ever found in California is on exhibition ia San Francisco. It ia as large aa an ordinary derby hat, and weighs thirty-five pounds troy. It ia worth 20 a tiound, and ia almost pure gold. A thermomie paint is the newest sensa tion. It changed colors aa it growa hot ter, until at a curtain temperature it geta very aaric On being allowed to cool it returns to its original light hue. Serpent skin is coming into fashion as a covering for books, and on account of the high degree of finish it will take, is likely t-j become popular amnog con noisseurs. The Cherokees want authority from congress to tax tne railways running through their territory, the same as the states, and to compel the roads to cease discrimination against the India...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 March 1887

iiiiFOKE THE GATE OIT &TOIC Ik,-forw the nre of .storm two dim thai met: K..uiit art- Ui.i iftiutla wneii l-KHiiibe;- iLes-J Tiirt ouh w;i rotti m mi.-. of tvi rmjret, Jjul saw tiuiti ehuuntf in LheoUitr's Then ha who worn the bil of soitowh rett: 1 (Utua Hie the uittts when ljceaitr goes:) "A-i-. ! who rt Uia thai wit.li nc ?hkU i'otutst o tsjtriy ihroUU whxiiiii; bnowa?' Cltr rang the othi-r answer in his ear; riri a.i e rhe. simws wnen Ie-iiiiejr epeeda:) "I ain Uie fci.if ii of tii eoiiiintf ex; M name ia iiwpu, cmU tawuja hcn etlceetxL. Elow turned the wul one from before the Kate: t i'tit riKfiowB are biuck wimfl iocemtkir jixTa;) 0 hoi-ful tu, wiihiu the future wait "Xhy coining, axid woe and broken heart. 'I atu the spirit of tlie going year: I Nad are ihe hour win u itxreuiber flies:) My nttine i biu, and ail lUKJiiue Uu foar, . i or in m boboiu twelve montiia' anguish liwiT' 1 ruveUra iictrcU SUNLESS DATS. Thoy come t nv'ry life and, Bunlena day, V illi riot u 1 tlit i...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 March 1887

- n -. n r- - ii I "A Mil . ui f-1 fare il Vj. I . i ! : , i . . vl' Ll O U Li -3 i ; .1 4 l t - jr H P F's u i. . 1 Li L. Li L3l id W U -1 PHILEIPSBURG, KANSAS, MARCH i9th 1887. Stoves tit Haling & Anderson's. Hats and caps, a fine large stock, at Winahip's, cheap for cash Wall paper of all kind at the city drug store. . rnl9-tf. A gentleman from Illinois bought last week the John Q. Adarn firm seven or eight ruiles north west of town. East side meat market sell beef and pork in endless variety-sausage mince meat and preyed beef &a. Wm. Mellvain thiuks stronglv of building a few houses to rent. It would be a good investment. Huling & Anderson make a specialty cf builders hardware and mechanics tools of all kinds. We feel sale in saying that 100 emi grant wagons have passed through town this week. Beloit Courier. Mr. Dague'a family is still in Iowa. He desires to rent or buy a good resi dence property, Who can accommo date him? 10,000 acres of fine farming lands for sale...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 March 1887

- - z j s, i r- TEE HEEALD. Caj.':r. at n.r.Ji-jf i Arievs'..r.' vi!ir.i.ii-..:.u:u Y'":'-?1 'ttnii iistci b".r ai. LmJs A jo: a.it tV; ... ,.,. j'.'r - 1 r j t. i jsv'iurj ..'eve:.' ua4iii o, : o, ., . :.r.- i-. . .v , - ' in I S"'.1!! r -.: "j". t , - I .. I j - S 5 t L-i r c r .. i Jewelry at II. S . l'o'h: & Co's. Grass seed at fluling ix Ar Jer.-on. McKay & McCofiaiek make abstracts Court convenes at this place on Mon day next. V. e leaia there ar to Le Uvo more .if' th?y wti. tr- xu.t.. i,:.-..n'! ,.t luii-lr? in ; ;u ... ...! .?"" :'.s f". 1 6 1 JT.-. lumber yard.-; soon in town . j lLu -oud, eve a ii they toU dowa the, ui tiexuiti to t,urnu8e a good ! -5 -""A g'v ;. h V r-j r V S 5 derson's. Books, stationary tad notion, mi iipaulding's. Wasted. A KCK't cai.-lage horje. Enquire of I!. V. Yiiung. Ilreakfast bttacn, boncW's b-ens and Ida meat at t'It.in;r '- Ilider't. I'arfutacj and t.-'inl ai -iluies . chtup and good at S. S. Vivher Co. 'a. Globe n.ilrjti th bcs. ia t...

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 March 1887

I 5J? -r, - I i Fhillipsburg BPEAK TO THEM THA.T ITPXE'V QO IOK."WAR,D. VOL. IX. NO 21. PIIILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1887. $1.50 IN ADVANCE. GENERAL NEWS Ki-Vioe President Wheeler ij reported ill at il alone, N. Y. Carl Schnrzis still Buffering considerably from bis recent acciiient. . Brnjainin Iaventhal, in Xew York City, killed lint lather and then hiinatlf. Jefferson Daris writes that he is tos old to travel, and will not visit Washington, he in Tiled. liisa Sophie Baknnin, the daughter of the ftoMian agitator, is a student ot medicine t the Cnivereity of Naples. Sir Arthur Sullivan in seiiously, but not danierously ill at Moute Carlo, froin, the effects of earthquake shook prostration. A question has arisen between the state of Iowa and the Chicago, Burlington fc yuincy road regarding discrimination in latcs. Kdward Untfer, who murdered August Bohle at New i'ork and cut him up, ia going insane from the constant torture of dream Bug of his victim. Henry F. Giil'tr,...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 26 March 1887

THE HERALD. KANSAS. KG8XS t 0A( L'E, fL&:i.iicM. S.irn:u.T, Men. h. I.i7. .htill Wo Go Tor the Bends? Last KceU. we gsvo a r.un' er of tx-CL-lienlv;i3iiis wliy we think it would Le lo tLe iileic.i i'f 1'ii.iiic-view, Mound, l'Llilij-.ab.-r, Arendd mid l'ltini tuw.ishi;!, and the city of l'Lil-lip-lu r, to oie for the tul a ked of t leui by tl.c Chicago, Kan-sin & Ntbrii ka Raihujid. l.et us le state some of tLo.-e lea-.ocs ted glTesoiiiu udjitiunal The total amount of Lords a.-.ktd for, ii ?;'2,C'L0, bein $i;.,i'OC iu tacit towa t Lip except l'hillipsliurg township and city, w hich ure required to vols $3i', l'iiJ. There will be thirty-three miles of road within the l'.miu ot the county. II the road is a-iesstd at JlU.O'.i'J per iiuie (which is Ics than t.aj trunk line iiafestdin Kansas) then there will bo added to the taxable property of tLe c ;unt v the suiij of i5o0 ,C(X). The rule o taxation now in this county U four tud one halt per cent., but we will sup pose i; to bo ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 26 March 1887

HERALD. i HILLIl'SBCKQ. - KASa .8 ! Stoves at Hilling & Anderson's. Grass seed at Iluling & Anderson. McKay & McCormick make abstracts Builders hardware at Unling & An derson's. I'.ooks, stationary and notions at Vpaulding'a. Vantei. A Kol'd carriage horse. Enquire of O. V. Young. The prarie Schooners are freqnantlv teen now wending their way westward. Breakfast bacon, boneless hams and ide meat at Fleming & Kisler's. Perfumes and toilet articles , cheap and good at S. .S. Fisher & Co.'s. Globe mixed paints the best in the werld at Harmon's. Children's suits $135 and upward at Jake Rothschilds , Kirwin. Farmers, if you want steers to feed this winter, call on E. II. Evans. Violins at the City Drug Store. Call and buy one cheap. ml9-tf . Go to Fleming & Itisler , the reliable meat men , and get a good cut of steak. Wanted 1000 men to buy feed of Nipps & Morton. Fine jewelry of all kinds at II. S. Toling & Co's. Prescriptions compounded with care at...

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