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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 April 1883

FAKMM5D HOUSEHOLD. ' "Between the years 1870 and 18S0 there has been a large increase in farms of twenty acres or leas in the Eastern States, but in the West the tendency is still to large farms. Chicago Journal. Pneumonia is for some reason more prevalent than usual this year in all parts of the country, and it is also uncom monly fatal. Carelessness in regard to taking sudden colds is assigned by physi cians as one of the principal causes of the dread disease. m Apple Rice. One-half pound of rice, one quart of milk, eugar and nut meg to taste, ten apples, two ounces of butter; peel the apples, halve them, take :t)ut the cores, put them into a stew-pan .with a little sugar. When the rice is thoroughly cooked pour over the apples after they are boiled tender. Serve hot. Covntry Gentleman. . -Tea Cake: Beat one egg till very light; put it into a tea cup and fill up ' "with sweet cream. Add one cupful of good, white sugar, one teacupful of flour, a pinch of salt, one teaspoonful of cr...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 April 1883

7 Phillipsburg Horald. r Al'lif L o, rssrj. - -1 - - i . -- 'S250 OQ . .; IN COLD GIVEN AWAY Ir!. $2.00 Per Year, Postpaid Forty Second Year. 7 ; riiA i nii: ) inurin" The oldest iitul mo't rt'iiahkvViml lead ing A&rirwltiiral Weekly of ' Anierie.u.. - . Advoente tlii interest of the Farmer, th llreeder lind the Dairyman. It ailiirt to educate -and elevate, and to jrivc IIk jKitroijs I lie latest, liest alid l'reliesr news iertniiiiii to evevy Ittie of industry.' .-. The iullisliers aim to imtkc THE J'KAIJUF FAUMFJl.lhV r.iiidurd Aurienltural l'aier of the emiutry.. I Is column are We voted lt the rnnv 5u; wants of farmers, treating upon tali .-uihjeets relative to the fanu, . jrar- Irii and household. - llrvcilws of li!o' stock will find their . interest ewre-fully and. filly treated -"in :i wti'rit of peiA-et fairness. Asa family iX-r U is destir'l to place. It in the iron rank, ami keep from it columns ..AlWlktrit is objectionable. 'iTU- Prairie Farmer otters a novel Hitoffji...

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 April 1883

A Ml I IIIIIIH H I III I'M I IB I I II ' llll iffrHf-- ..urn I. L.f u J'i.M.'L. I FH1 .JimlM IW'MWTTfH HILLIPS JoiERALD. 5BURG SPEAIi! TO THEM THAT THFA" GO FORW-A-KID. VOLUME V. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY,; APRIL 12, IS S3. NUMBER &. i . . . i -r - - Si. . i PHILIPSBURG HERALD PC2LISESD ITER! THURSDAY, BY "WILLIAM BIS8ELL. NOTICE. In ardiT to qive the Heraft a general circulation, tn Phillips Covnty we -itliorite the Post Masters of Phillips County to act as our Agents, in tal.ing ub tcriptionsfor the Herald, and ice dc agree So pay them a liberal compensation for their trtvble .Arrival and Departure ot the Mails Th aftfls arrive anl depart from Phi'.lpsburff u fhllows: Wail forC. B-, Mo. P. R. R., enst and west, and Marrint lcavek Phlltipsburz at 9 p. m., arrirea at Flnllipeburg, 4 a. in. iaily. Alma and PhUlipiburg, JeftTesTuedays.Tli'jrs dayi and Saturdys, at 7:3i' h. iu. Arrives Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays, at Bp-m. tn.ith Center and Phillipsburp, leave Tues days, T...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 April 1883

PHILUPSBUBG HERALD. PUBLISHED BT Ilerald Publishing: Association. PIIILLIPSBURG, KANSAS. HEWS MB TOES. A Summary of Important Events. A committee' of examiners was on rthe 1st engaged In counting the cash in the i United States Treasury. ... i The outlook for the harvest in Great !Britain is reported more favorable than it 3ias been at any previous time the current year. TnE German Reichstag, which reas tsembled on the 3d inst., adopted resolutions of thanks for relief extended to German iflood-sufferers by Americans. Reports that the whites were organ izing to exterminate the male Apaches on San Carlos reservation .were said to be given credence in the Southwest. Advices on the 1st regarding the winter wheat crop, all sections considered, rwere reported not encouraging. The pros pect varied greatly with locality, but as a whole was unfavorable. The investigation of the management of the Massachusetts State Alms-house at ;Tewksbury recently brought out some shock ing testimony as to...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 April 1883

THILLIPSBURG HERALD. PUBLISHED BT Herald Publishing Association. nilLLlPSBUKG, - - KANSAS. THE MOTTO IN A WEDDING XING. -A lover srave the weddlnsr ring: Into the (foldsmitb'a bund. 'G rave me,", he uid, -a tender thought Within this golden Land." - " The goldsmith graved, AVjth careful art: r , ."TtU peuth us part." ' The wedding: bella ranpr gladly out. The husband said: "O wile, 'Together we will share tht grief. The happiness of lite. ' , I Kive to thee My hand, my heart, Till Death us part." 'Twas site that lifted now his hand (O love, that this should be!), "Then on it placed the golden band, And whispered, tenderly: Till Death us join, Lo, thou art mine And I am thine ! -"And when Death Joins we never more Shall know an aching heart; The bridal of that betu-r love Death has no power to part. That troth will be I'or thee and me Eternity." So up the hill and down the hill 'through lifty changing years. 'They 6hured each other's happiness, They dried ench other's teur. ' Alas! A...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 April 1883

'iiiilipsburg Herald. APRIL l'J, I8S3. WILLIAM RISSELL, Editor. The County Commissioners met Mon day and after a two days session ad journed to meet April 24thf at wh;ch time they propose to make a thorough investigation of the outstanding debt of the county. At their meeting this week they drew crders on the general fund to the amount of $1,200, being the bal nnce of the last levy ; also for whatever a-ocounts presented against the poor ftiml, as the levy for that was consider able in excess of the demands against it. A good effect of their late order in regard to requiring persons who were on the county to be taken to the Asylum. Orders were drawn -only to about one third of the amount of bills filed, among those left out, by exhausting the levy, and who did not get their warrants, were County Clerk Lowe, Treasurer Smith, a number of the Trustees for assessing and the Herald for printing and job work. "We will 'publish full .proceedings in our next issue. Lamb presented his remons...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 April 1883

Phillipsburg1 Herald. APIUL 12, 1SS3. kam: : Secret Societies. I. O. O. F. Phillirhurg Lodge No. 165, meets every Wed nesday, Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. Henkt McDowell, N-U. J. U. iiahoenkratt, Kec. Secretary. A. F. and A. M. Phillipsburg Lodga No. 184, meeta every Cat Mrdny on or bofore the full moon. Visiting iirotbren cordially invited to attend. J k Uephart, 6ec- V T M Dutchkb, W M. K. of P. Creeent Lodee No 42, meets every Monday evening. Visiting brethren cordially invited to rattend. DViD MaskebCU J Jackson, K of R and S. G. A' R. Pbiilipuburg Post No 7, meets .Saturday after the full inoon, Visiting Comrade always i wd tome, Fkank otkain, P C. J W Lowe, Adj, Clivircrx IDireetory. M. E, Church Rev. J. Roicourt, every Fec und and fourth Sabbath at VA o'clock p. m., al ternate 11 o'clock p. m. Raptiot. Rev. W. C. Archer, every first bub bath at 11 o'clock a. m-and 7X o'clock p.m. livery third Sabbath at7X p. ni. . PreBbyterian : Rev loneph Hrtter.-'on, every...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 April 1883

TCIij Hearts Break. "A healthy man or woman does not die of a broken heart," a well-known physi cian said. "A healthy heart is only a big muscle, and nobody can have grief enough to break it. When, therefore, a blooming young widow shows apparently inconceivable grief at the -death of her husband, and in a short time recovers her equanimity, she ought not to be ac cused of hypocrisy. Neither may it be concluded that another widow who soon Eines and dies has had more affection for er husband than the first. . The first widow may have had even more affection than the other, but have been sustained by physical health. "It is erroneous to suppose that death by heart disease is always sudden. It is Tery commonly protracted for years, and exists undetected by most skillful physi cians only to be developed by some sud den occurrence. There was an eminent physician of Brooklyn, in active practice, who died within an hour of a timewhen he was about to lecture. lie was so well that, after exa...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 April 1883

OF GENERAL IXTEEEST. "Law cobblers" 13 the nickname given to Judges in the rural parts of Cali fornia. , - A Virginia boy 'was arrested for cut ting cat's tails off for fun. He was only following the example of Benjamin West, who used to clip the cat's caudle append ages for paint brushes. The New Jersey General Assembly has given the telephone and telegraph companies two years during which they must put their wires underground in Jer sey City and Newark. At Benson, Arizona, the trainmen are Baid to be chary of carrying the usual lanterns about the depot yard, a habit having arisen among the cowboys of try ing to snuff them out with revolvers from a distance. During the little blow along the At lantic coast, considered by some people the Wiggins storm, the largest clams ever Been there were washed ashore at New port. The bivalves averaged a pound in weight and some of the larger ones weighed one pound and a half each. N. Y. Sun. Ah You, the Chinaman who died in Philadelphia from the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 April 1883

.Phillipsliurg Herald. APltlli 12, 1883. WILLIAM BISSELL, Editor. S250 OO IN GOLD GIVEN AWAY I I $2.00 Per Year. Postpaid Forty Second Year. -'THE PR A III IE FARMER11 The oldest arid-most reliablead lead ing Agricultural . Weekly of America. Advocates the interest of the Farmer, the Breeder and the Dairyman. It aims to educate and elevate, and to give its patrona the latest, best and frsheftt new pertaining to evey line of industry. The publishers aim to make THE PftAIltJE FARMER the Standard Agricultural Paper of the country, ltd columns are devoted to the grow ing wants of farmers, treating upon all subjects relative to the farm, gar den und household. Breeders of live stock will rind their interest carefully and fdlly treated in a spirit of perfect fairness. As a family paper it is designed to place it in the front rank, and keep from its columns till that is objectionable. The Prairie Farmer offers a novel list of cash prizes for the largest lists of -words that can be formed f...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 April 1883

.IP ifiiERAI v,' SPKAKTO THKM that theygo forward, VOLUME r. PHILLIPSBURG, KJ VSAS, THUBSDA Y, APRIL 19, 1888. NUMBER 26. .IPSBURG PHILlPSBURG HERALD 'rcfcnsHKi etesi iscishi. BY WILLIAM BISSELL NOT TUB. In order to oive the Herald general circulation, tn Phillip County we thorite tfie iron Masters oj raiuipt nst a mat Aaents. in talina sub teriptionefor the Herald, and us dc agree 9C pay tem a twerat compensation jorineir trovM JrtVal anil Departure ot the flails Tfce mtJU arrire and depart from Phillpi burg Mai! for C. B-, Mo. P. It. B., east and west, and MarTin. leaves Pbiliipsburg at 9 p. m., arrirM at Pbilliiebarg, 4 a. ni. daily. Alma and Phillipsburg, leaTesTueadays.Thurs and Satardya, at 7:30 a. m. Arrives HondMf. Wednesdays and Fridays, at 6 p. m. Emttn Center and Phillipsburg, leaves xixee d ays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 6p;tn. Ar rives Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Lonciiland and PhilHsburg, leaves Tuesdays) Tbarsdays and Saturdays, at 2 p.m. Arrives Tuesdays, Thurs...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 April 1883

PHILLIPSBUEGr HERALD. PUBLISHED BY Herald Publishing Association. rillLLIPSBUKG, KANSAS. CURRENT TOPICS. Tlio News in Brief. ' President Artfiur ha.3 been peti tioned to call a special session of Congress to consider the relations between labor and capital. Upon the arrival of President Ar thur and party at Jacksonville, Fla., the other day they were received by a salute of artillery and the cheers of ten thousand citizens. Judge McCkary, of the United States Circuit Court, in session at St. Louis, Mo., rules that in criminal cases depositions may be taken outside the State in which the trial is had. TnE Treasury Department at Wash ington has decided to accept the proposal of the Hawaiian Government for the coin age of silver for the insular kingdom at the San Francisco mint. A Cincinnati (O.) judge has de cided that the telegraph company is justi fied in withholding from bucket-shops the market reports,on the ground that they are used to decide wagers. Bismarck, replying to a congr...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 April 1883

PHILLIPSBURG- HERALD; PUBLISHED BY ', Herald Publishing? Association,1 rillLLlPSBUKG, KANSAS. t' FARMER STEBBIXS BOWERY. OX THE Dear Brothek John: , Wo got hero fate, my worthy Wifo en' me, An,' then 1 looked the village through, to see what I could see; , ' I rode upon the cur' us track with stations all I walked through Wall Street all its length, an paw no liul s or bears; "J patronized a red-nosed chap, with manners very queer, , , Who hadn't had a thin;? to cat for somcthm like a year; '1 saw the Itoad Commissioners to work upon a ' bridge , , ' A million times as big as that we built at Tom kins" lMdve -(I'm told that they are making it, though may bo that's all fun, ' ' To use the coming century, an hope to get it done . , . . "When wlio should up an' grasp my band, with face of genuine joy, - , , But Cous.n Jeioboam J ones, my cousin a oldest boy I I had not seen him year" an' years no wonder lie looked strange; His face an' form in mine respects had under gone a chanye: But...

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 April 1883

Phillipsburg Herald, APRIL. 10, 1SS3. WILLIAM BIBSELL,, Editor. Proceedings County Commissioners. The county commissioners of Phillips county, Kansas met in regular hession on the 9th day of April, 1883 at the office of County Clerk. Present L. P. ! Johnson, H. Moulton and J. H- Close, members of said board of county com- j missioners. S. W. McElroy, County Attorney and J. W. Lowe County Clerk were also present. Called to order by Chairman Johnson, Miscellaneous business first in order; on motion the resignation of H S Poling as Coronor of Phillips coanty was ac cepted to effect from this date. On motion the appointment of Fred Veeh, J M Miller and John Vogel as ap praisers of certain school lands, was confirmqd. On motion the appointment of J M Crozier, J K Edwards and H II Love as appraisers of certain school land was confirmed. On. motion Geo Bell was appointed treasurer of Solomon township vice Scrivener refused to qualify. On motion the report of the commit tee on the examinati...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 April 1883

Fiiiilipsburg Herald. ' APRIL 19, 1883. LOCAL HkFtALDINGS. ; Gardening seems to be the order of the day. ' - - - " . Bokn Sanday April 15th, to Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Honck a son. D. O. Reishel, of Granite, was in our office a while Monday. Sugar cured, hams and shoulders, bacon and lard at R. Rogers. Eggs, eggs, eggs are wanted at every store in town. D. A. Huling's family moved out on his farm, yesterday, where they will re main for some time. Messrs Baker and Houck, of Dayton township, are plastering the Nash resi dence. A. M. Smith, one of the best farmers In Long Island township, renewed his faith in the Herald Monday. A. H. Thompson, W. W. Davis and B. Brant, of Long Island, were business callers on Monday, C F. Walker, of Mound, renews for I the ,Hekald and takes the Chicago News for the next year. JD Matteson was in town yesterday. We surmise from what we saw that he had been selling some stock. .' The good husbands of our town hoeth fn t.hft warden and will reaneth much o garde...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 April 1883

Hungarian Financial Methods. " The business of the country is entirely in the hands of Jews, as everywhere in thw part of Europe, and they are more -cordially hated than even in Germany or Austria proper. The sirht of a Jew has the s:irae eflect upon a Hungarian that a red flag has upon a Spanish bull. They hold no intercourse with them, except in the way of business, and admit them to no social life. "Why do you hate the Jews so?" we asked of a Hungarian gentleman. "Hate them! Why they are the curse of the country. They have all the busi nesss." "Why don't you do business?" "We don't know how they do." "Well, what do they do that is bo ob jectionable?" "Do? They lend us money." "Well?" "Well! may heaven curse them, they xvnt it lack again, and they make us pay. There oujrht to be a law against, it they ought to all be killed!" (This in all seriousness.) "Here's the way they do. A Jew has :a hundred florins. A man or woman wants to sell FtuflTupon the three market days. He has no mo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 April 1883

. wi,tca? 1 nrasners. .. ........ The farmer is getting the advantage of the inventive faculty of the present age. 5team thrashing machines are slowly but surely displacing the old method of thrashing by horse power. It takes more help to keep the machine running up to its full capacity than it did by horse power, but then a much steadier motion is given, and the much dreaded "thrash ing days" are shortened by one-half, which is a.prcat boon to the farmer and his wife. There is only one team needed, and that the thrashing men furnish themselves, and use it for hauling water for the steam engine. Where the thrashed grain has to be taken any dis tance, of course teams have to be used for hauling it away. The steam thrashing machines are made extra large, with a big cylinder at which two men stand to feed it. This necessitates two band cut tera and an extra two men to pitch to them. . These steam thrashers combined vrith the improved machinery for putting the grain into the ground in t...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 April 1883

S ta vil And veins is watery means n rheumati Wor kic months ok. yourself all of sickness, great blood i DANDELION bium, prepa Co. Delays bottle now. . The are awake Liver Pill remedy for and sick he climate-soli Rememb warranted. Ask for Powder, 25 All of B are sold by Close, wh remedies and headr which ha? Uousands We 1 subscriber tion prei "Weekly tion will The Hei cago The H eago Vatc: The Hi cago crbur Silve Walter personn we hav f roa tl PWIIipsfiurg Herald. APRIL 19, 1883 WILLIAM BISSELL, Editor. S25O00 IN COLD GIVEN AWAY! I S2.00 Per Year, Postpaid Forty- Second Year. 'THK PRAIRIE FARMER" The oldest and most reliablefcnd lead' ing Agricultural Weekly of America. Advocates the interest of the Farmer, the Breeder and the Dairyman. It aims to educate and elevate, and to give it patrons the latest, best and freshest news pertaining to every line of industry. The publishers aim to make THE PRAIRIE FARMER the Standard Agricultural Paper of the country. Its columns are devoted to t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 26 April 1883

IT Tf PROPEHTY Of -iV TTTT T TTTPb - , OlJLJUir SPEAK rJTO THEM THAT THEY GO FOXTWttlD. VOL UME V. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1SS NUMBER. 27. T SBURG JTlERALD PHILIPSBURG HERALD PUBLISHED EYERI TSUESDAY, BY "WILIjIAM BISSELLi S&cfet Societies. I.' O. O. F. Pbillipeburg Lodge Ne. 165, meets every Wed nesday. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. Unsay McDowell, G. J. H. Hahnenkratt, Rec Secretary. A. F. and'A. M. Phillipsburg Lodga No. 184, meets every Sat urday on or before the full moon. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. 4 Q Gephart, 6-c- FTM Dutch er, W M. K. of P. Cresent Lodge No 42, meets every Monday evening. Visiting brethren cordially irfvited to Attend. . UTID U1KK1EUU. J Jackson, K of R and S. G. A- R. Phiilipsburg PoBt No 7, meets Saturday after IDC lull inOOU, UlUUH voujraiico ainaja nci- eon. , ANK CTHAIN, P C. J W Low'e. Ad, Churoh Directory. M. 15. Church Rev. J. Boicourt. every Beo- end and fourth Sabbath at7X o'clock p. m., a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 26 April 1883

PHILLIPSBTJRG HERALD. PUBLISHED BY Herald Publishing Association. rillLLIPSBURG, KANSAS. NEWS AND NOTES. A Summary of Important Erents. r Parnf.ll ha3 announced that if the projectors of the Irish Convention, to be held at Philadelphia, Pa., would postpone It until autumn he might be able to attend. The twenty-third annual StXouisFair will be held Monday, October 1st, to Satur day, October Cth, 18S3, both days inclusive. Fifty thousand dollars have been appro priated for premiums. Judge IIighley, of Cincinnati, has decided that pigeon-shooting as commonly practiced in tests of skill in' markmanship comes within the purview of the law against cruelty to animals. EMrEKOR William's recent message to the German Reichstag calling for legis lation in the interest of the working classes is said to cover a military programme in spired by distrust of France. The Executive Committee of the col ored press of the United States met at Cin cinnati, O., the other day and arranged a programme for t...

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