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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 August 1888

1 US 1 . r.Vv JZE-AIC TO TIKIS IL THAT TI.".EY GO 3TOS,WA.T2,X)- VOL. X. NO 41. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1888. $1.50 IIT ADVANCE. THE HERALD. DII1LLIPSEUUG, - KANSAS ESTABLISHED IN 1S77 flirt cddest paper in Northwentern Kaunas One yer. ......... ........ til ldouUis .... , $1.50 .75 . r. KOBNS H. A. DAOUK KORN3 & DYGUE. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS- The trtiins on the Missouri Pacific lluilrod ar rive t Marvin as follows: GOING 2 AST. I'assenger 4:05p.m. b'reigbt C:03a. in. GOING WEST. Passenger 10:41a.m. Freii'ht 3:50 p. m. C K. &, N. TIME CARD. GOING EAST. No. S Passemrer 5:05 a. No. 38 Local Freight 11:40 p. Passenger. -. 7:07 p. in. in. in. GOING WEST. No. 37 Passenger 11:00 p. m, " 7 Local Freight 11:10 p.m. Passenger : !t:Oti a. ni. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. WALLACE, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Special attention jriyen to the diseases of wo rn ti. Otiice south, side pablio square, l'l.illipbnrg, .... Kansas. A. B. HOUCK, M. D., Eclectic Physician. OiTic-r...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 August 1888

THE HERALD. rniLirsBURG, KANSAS HA27SAS NE7S. ' The country round about Wamego ia receiving plenty of rain, homtthing un gual in July, and it insures tremend ous corn crops. An organized gang of young thieves make their headquart rs in Wichita. "While trying to burglarize a store a few days ago one of them was filled full of small shot, but managed to make his escape. Canker City Journal : Daniel Booker, aged 82 years, died, a few days ag. lie and his wife were among the first settlers in this county. They had lived together about fifty years. They came originally from the state of New York. Mr. Booker's brother was fore man of the New York Tribune under Greeley and McElrath. Garden City Sentinel: The Okla homa bill has been before the house ag:iin, but there is no hope of its pass age, and its advocates threaten to de feat Hie senate No Man's Land bill in retaliation. The neglect of the neu tral strip of congress is criminal. Here is a strip of land, rich in its agricultural resour...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 August 1888

THE NEW CURATE. Tou haven't seen him yet? Well, that's a pity. He's quite a catch, I am told. Young, handsome and single. Why don't 3-ou set your cap for him, Mattie? You've gotasgood a chance as the the rest of them, and twenty-four is not old, by any moans." She leaned over the garden gate as she spoke, this veritable village gossip. I can see her now, with her great poke bonnet, from which the clustering gray ringlets peeped, the keen blue eyes that seemed to read your very thoughts, the trim little figure, clad always in ample skirts of Quaker grav or sombre brown. Xev -r was there a wedding, funeral or clu ist.-ning iu the village without this estimable lady's presence. What a harmless little body she appeared and how ineapable of carrying about that wonderful budget of informa tion! How nieely she imparted her knowl-'dge to her listeners, begin ning with, "Well, I don't mind telling you," or "They do say, but of course you can't believe anything," and ending with, "That's betw...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 August 1888

THE HERALD. PIIILLIPSBUIIG. - KANSAS. OFFICIAL GOUKTY PAPER. E. F. KORNS. R. A. DAGUE. KORNS & DAQUE. PUBLISHER AXD PROPRIETORS. Friday. August 10th, 18SS. Description. n Lf ne qr. nw qr . An of is.. .'.'!'.'.!.".;;' e hf n qr ... ".!."." n hf ce qr se qr se qr ew qr ne qr bw qr ne qr e hf ew "n'r sw qr be qr ; bw qr ne qr ne qr nw qr ce qr ne qr ne qr e qr s hf ne qr . w hf ne qr u hf'ee qr. . . 6 hf ne qr ." e nf ne qr .'. w hf nw qr . ..."'..." ce qr .".".".'.." se qr ce qr ".".".'.'. a hf ce qr " ehfewqreeqr nwqr ne qr uw qr w hf nw qr w hf t-w 'qr whfr.eqrne qr ew qr nw qr ce qr nw qr ne qr e hf cw qr w hf ee qr. . .' u hf ne qr cw qr c w qr . n hf uw qr ce qr nw qr ne qr B hf ce qr e hf ce qr ' ' . w hf uw qr . . ne qr ..." ne qr nw qr '. nw qr ne qr .'. e hf ne qr e hf be qr ew qr nw qr .'." Sec. T R Ann 14 2 19 13 19 1 19 17 39 1 2 19 sd 73 1? 2 19 8 72 1 2 10 8 26 17 2 10 15 19 1. 2 19 11 8.3 2 10 6 09 19 7 80 M 2 19 H 74 20 2 19 :i -I ! 19 10 52 19 . H 24 J! 6 43 -'19 ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 August 1888

FOR FINE PHOTOG RAPHS, TIN TYPES FEAu r.ND TBI IvUvilNQS, GO TO TIT ok: o PERSONAL.. Contin ued from fourth page. Lot Elk R Amt Lot Eik R Aiit 1 - 43 ii 2 M hl i 2 1 4 w 20 ft 4 0! u " 6 4r- 14 ft ) i2 6J 8 15 " 4 76 8 17 15 II 16 " 4 76 9 " 7 4i IT ' 4 76 VJ " 7 St 18 " 4 2 72 5 8 7 44 37 43 MARVIN CITY. s h! Let 3 S3 Let 33 31 io S 33 do 14 tio to 9 34 do 15 do do 10 do do 16 do Coll do do 21 do do 12 do do 34 do ? ssu f NEW HOPE CITY Wm. Xeal has returned from his 31 2l ol 31 1 ai 31 31 31 31 31 visit to the Isle of Man. ! 4 10 l 10 11 u i:i 14 l' Its IT 18 1M 1-0 '1 Hon. Webb McXalL of Gavlord. ll Vi 13 14 15 16 was a caller last Saturday, b j-, p- , -. g. - r : j i i i 1 r . t- The three Misses Bissell, of Kir : ' f ; : ' 4 ! r I n f i 1 I u Y. I win, are visitinsr friends in Phillins- IT IS bur? this week. ! til ; , 1 f : ! (-1 f j t ii i , Li w Lj iJ L? Li i 3UU J. C. & E. S. LATSBAUGH'S THE HERALD. I'HIIililPtiBUIlG. - KANSAS ANNOUNCEMENT. We areatithori.eJ to iay tbut G...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 August 1888

THE BRIDE'S BLACK BOX. There could be no manner of doubt that Miss Joy was right when, of her two suitors, she chose Dick Pepper corn. Dick, like other people, had hit faults. lie was very passionate and headstrong, and a little over " bearing. But then a more frank, hon est, manly, young fellow it would be hard to meet with. John Crabb, on the other hand, was a mean, sus picious, vindictive individual, who ulwavs left the impression on one's mind that he would be cruel where he dared. Miss Joy's happiness was, therefore, much more likely to be se cure in Dick's keeping than in his. The two rivals had been acquaint ed before either of them began to pay attentions to Miss Joy, but their competition for her hand soon put an end to t heir friendship. As the riv alry went on, their relation became more and more strained, until, a lit tle time before Dick's acceptance, they ended in an open quarrel. When the engagement was announced, John Crabb became perfectly mad with rage and jealousy...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 August 1888

TAL5IAGE IN TOE OCCIDENT. A Chautauqua Assembly the Eecipieut cf Eia Discourse. The Sou!-Stirrine Divine Illustrates 7ith. Mighty Earnestness and Untirins Zal the E'abarat and Sign ficaut D- flaitioa of the Devout Portrayal of the Martyrs of Every ruy Life. Lakiside. Ohio, July 29. For many years u Assembly of the Chautauqua type has been held at this point. The leading profes eors,scho!a: s and clergymen of this and other lands have addressed the audiences. The Rev. T. DeWitt Taluiage, D. D., of Brooklyn, is now here, lie lcdured yesterday (Satur day) and preached to-day, to tbrongs innu merable. Tbe subject of bis sermon to-day was: '-The Martyrs of Everv-Day Life." He took for bis text: "'Thou, therefore, endure hardness." 1L Timothy, iL, 3. Dr. Talmajie aid: Historians are not slow to acknowledge the merits of jjreat military chieftains. YVe have the full-length portraits of the CromweliMhe Washington, the Napoleons and the Welling ton of the world. Iilstory is not written iu bl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 August 1888

THE HERALD, PHILLIPSBURG KANSAS. II. S. Cr.AXCEP.. Preideut. n. nOGEHS. Yk-e President. OA Fit ASK STRAIN, Cashie .1 l" JS To Whom It may Concern. All old standing accounts must be el tied by note or cash by Aug. loth, or they will be put in hands for col lection. H. S. Poling &, Co. Drug Store for Sale. A complete stock of drugs, business property in good location enjoying a good patronage for sale cheap. Address IL A. Harmon, Phil lipsburg, Kansas. with tf. The Campaign'Herald, Now is the time to get your papers cheap. Fifty cents pays for the Phillipsburg Herald for four months and the Kansas City Journal till after election. tf. Paradise Lost andwe'Have Found it. 4,000,000 acres of land for sale at from 1.25 to go. 00 per acre . D. Mc Donald & Co. agents for Florida South ern Railroad Co., St. John3 & Luke Eustis Railroad Co. and Florida Com mercial Company. tf $50,000. to Loan. On farm projerty at 9 per cent in terest per annum. The borrower can pay principal at any...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 August 1888

11 1L' 13 i . - 5i a 1 i tV A 24 10 11 12 ADI PHILLIPSBUEG, KANSAS, AUGUST lOtli, 1SSS. THE HERALD. .'HI LLir.SliUIlG. - KANSAS For President of the United States GEN. BENJAMIN IIAEEISON, of Indiana. For Vice I' resident, LEVI P. MORTON, of New York. We are authorized to announce the name of J. 1). Matteson, of Crystal 'r.nvnj.nip, as a cundi dutc ftirClcrlc of the District Court, subject to the aethui of the Kei)!ii)lii-;iu County Convention. A Baby Found, now there is' a little BIO CREFK. we t now mere s ;i irr hi uviMt.i. 1 i tr . t i-;.. ;..!- -i : i I. L,JJ- J--"--": nice little ram Ar ...,:rr -; : . " rv: 1 -'r u 1 fc,ar . ne k au etter. wic-nu inis 10 .m.eui u,- wiui. wne any last Corn is iookin' well vet Irrd commute the sentence of Maxwell. ', week a dau-hter of D. C. Grosbeck ,,1 1MVv n -Proceedings next week. or the Board of I ?VjlS U, in, the garden quite early j Miss Martha Shoecraft was visiting County Commissioners will appear i U , heard the cry of a child Miss Dora ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 August 1888

-J I IS. KANSAS. li 10 T.) A rut 17 i3 n hr ce q n w 1 1 r All cf is'. :wooD. 14 11 !-ec. ;i 4 6 T. K. A Hit. IX-. t:; tic-' 2 17 8i Bhfteqr - " nwornet-r. h !. u L qr.. ....'..".".'.'. - 4J t- n Lf ise h 2' I E- '".r sw qr.. . - . " ' SIT aw qr ., . ,. ... atfcscir '.'.".' ; u hfn qr ) ? :' V"- qr 8 hf " nw q r nw r;r B w or W hf 6if qr. .. n hf ntr qr. . . nw qr fcf ne qr. . , -4? Sec. 1 i : 1 1 1 it 9 11 li n 1(3 10 Hi 17 17 17 IS :o ;iti 1 l 10 4 Ci 11 10 11 in 14 Li 11 18 14 10 10 17 lit M Si 'l 24 -." 27 2K 2S w :io 3t 31 :w 3--J : :il :r 3(5 14 1(5 10 Iti 10 17 ,'0 17 20 -,'t -,'S :.". oO 30 31 3( 31 31 31 Bardette to Young Voters. My son, you will cast your .first vote for president next November, I don't want to inliuence your vote; I dou't want you to vote for a certain man just because other men do. I want you to sit down and 'think about it before you vote. I want you to be able to give a reason for your vote. I want you to go to the polls iu good company. As a young man...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 August 1888

ss.ic to rrxnTzi: that Txxin-sr go s'oewaiid. VOL. X. NO 42. PHIL.L1IPSBUKG-, KANSAS, FKIDA1T, AUGUST 17, 1888. C? 1 Crv tt.t a rvTr a rrcn THE HERALD. PF1 ILLIF3BURG, - ESTABLISHED Hi 1377. rho oldoet pajier in Korthwes.ern jLnu'Uui. One year $!. Six months KOP.N3 & DVGUE. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. The trains on the Mi.-fouri Pacific Kaiirod ar rive at M;trvia follows: GOING EAST. PaHsenirer t'reiybt GOING WEST. Paspentrer Krtii'Ut G. W. YOUXG, President. W. L. MORGAN', V. President. J. F. HORSE, Cashier PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS HTCOEPOEATED I88O-CAPITAL 50.000 BANKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES! MAKE riVE YEAR LOAITS On improved farms. Give prompt and careful attention to all collection and pay taxes for non-vesidents. 4 : Ci p. m. 0 u. in. 10: !l a. m. 3 i. in. r.x . in . in. m. C. K. &. N. TIME CARD. GOING EAST. No. S Pa.-rciiL'i-r 5:jra. No. 38 Local Freight 11 :-'.' p. Pusfeiier T:'J7i. GOING WEST. No. 37 Pn-si iu'. r 11:00 . 7 Loeul Freight 11 :!.) Puenger U:o0 u. m. - , - PRO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 August 1888

THE HERALD. miLIPSBURG, KANSAS KANSAS HEYS. T. J. Goodwin, treasurer of llawlins county, is said to boa defaulter in the sum of $10 000, and taken a vacation presumably in Canada, to avoid an noyance, lie was serving his second term, and had engaged in speculation to the disadvantage of Rawlins county. The state board of equalization ha e about completed their work. The total taxable property for 1888 is S3.i:$,237t ."523.39; the total taxable property for 1887 was :ilO,Hl';(J,890.4-l; the increase for the year is f 1'2,:570,432.83. The charter of the Leavenworth & Ilio Grande Hail way company was liled Tuesday ia the office of the se cre tary of state. The purpose of the company is to construct a line of rail road commencing at or near the city of Leavenworth, in the county of Leav enworth, running thence in a south and southwesterly direction through the counties of Leavenworth, Wyandotte, Douglas, Johnson, Franklin, Miami, Coffey, Anderson, Woodson, Allen, AVilson, Neosho, La...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 August 1888

i POLITICAL. A Tilslioiieat ('Iiarse. An hlttmpt to make the republican party cat a "free whisky" party is dishonest. The ucrgpajers w hlch started this line and cry liave studiously ignored the- essential facts of the mtaatlori. If the ilci'iocratic uatioual couyeiitiou liml followed Dik long; Hue of dem ocratic ieci-dent. In opposim interna! reve nue taxation, ami Lad demanded the repeal of tlie present system, in that caie there would have been ground for the chartre that it was a demand for "free whifkv." 'Ihe democratic party Las uhvavs foujrht every oflort to restrict the lienor traluo. Its repre sentallces In Ihe stale legislatures urs ! wars to oe found solidly mossed against any li!l to regulate tlie saloou aud check inteai ;"rane. Whenever republican legislatures pasa Buch :i bill a democratic' governor cau be relied upon. us ne have the misfortune to know in this !tale. to veio ir, to please the liquor dealers. '1 his has been the uniform history of liquor legis'ation eve...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 August 1888

THE HERALD., I'HILLIPSBURO. - KANSAS. i i " OFFISIAL BOUNTY PAPER. K. F. KOIIN'S. R. A. DAGUE. KORNS & DAGUE. PUBLISH EUS AND PKOPR1ETOKS.- Fuiday, August 17th, 18S3. PriiLi-iiBKw" Xotk k All Obituary and Mar riu"e notices f ordinary length are printed iu t tl , r u niAt.it free. A moderate charge will be made for poetry, or notices exceeding the usuul cnglh. For President of the United States GEX. BENJAMIN HAllRISON, of Indiana. For Vice President, LEVI P. MORTON, - of New York. For Preside ntial Electors, At large First District. .. . Second District . . Third District! .. Fourth District. . Fifth District.. . , Sixth District... Seventh District, . . John Li. "Walker. . .Eugene F. Ware. Lon V. Robinson. . . . Frank R. Ogg. . . .T. P. Anderson. .... John Madden. , . .D. A. Valentine. .J. B. McGonigal. . . . E. I. Chapman. For Member Congress cth District, E. J. TURNER. The Republican State Ticket. Vor Governor, Lymuu U. Humphrey. For Lieutenant Governor, Andrew J. Felt. For Se...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 August 1888

FOR FINE PHOTOG- ED nnnnnniPfn) r n Vi iiUU UWU J. C. & E. S. LATSBAUG-H'S THE HERALD. t'HIIiLIPSBURG. KANSAS ANNOUNCEMENT. We are authorized to say that Geo. W. Stineon will be a candidate before the Republican county cotiTentiou for the office of County Attorney. Ku. IIekald: I hereby announca myself a can didate for tUe office of District Clerk cubject to the action of the Republican Cuuty Convention. J. P. 1IRK3. We are authorized to announce the name of Geo. A. bpauldin as a candidate for the office of County Attorney subject to the decision of the republican County Convention. We are autherized to announce the name of F. C Johncon, of Mound township, as a candidate or Clerk of the District Court, subject to the ac ton of the Republican County Convention. We are authorized to announce the name of J. N. Mosher, of Kirwin, a a candidate for County Superintendent of Public Schools, subject to the action of the Republican County Convention. liy the request of many friends I her...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 August 1888

) TORY AND SPY. on, Till: TWO IiETIIOTIIALS. FluLj Oisce U Wts-k. It -.wis late in i summer afternoon of the year 1777. but a few days be fore ilii victorious movement.- ou the part of tlit- patriot army which culminated in tin- battles of Lie m Li Heights and Burgoync's surrender at Sai at oga, that a young Conti nental o'dn-er, on service bent in plainer words, xt spy from Gen. Schuyler's camp at Moses creek, four miles away Lieut. Joel Stan dish, a lineal deseendent of the famous Miles Standish, of pilgrim memory, was bidding adieu to his pretty sweet heart, Clara O'Neil, in the little (irilianl surrounding her mother's ottnge at Fort Edward, recently a bandoned by the Ameri cans, The voting man was artificially cheerful, ami tin- young woman in tears, for there was no denying that it was a dangerous mission on which he was bent, which might cost him his mvk at the hands of the invading red-coats, or both his life and scalp, their sav- bhould he be captured by age aliies. The las...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 August 1888

One of iao most striking things to be nit t with iu the curlier pages of Emin 1'asha's journal is a reference to a report which is brought to liht between Lado ami Dutile oa the upper Nile, that a race of dwarf inhabit mountain caves to the west of IVdcu. They were fcaid to be only forty inches high, cf a brown color and of rre:it agility, to eat white ants and roots, and to shoot with very small arrows hich are poisoned and very diffi cult to extract. The pigmies he Man in clined to regard as a remainder of a dwarf iof u!ation which years ago spread itself over Central Africa- Four years later lie himself comes upon specimens of the Akka, a pigmy people, divided into numerous small tribes, who. lead O nomadic life iu the Monbuttu country. One of these, Akka, "had a reddish but rather tlark skin (probably dirt), was very prognathous, rather swagbellied but exceedingly nimble. His height was three fevt bix inches; his whole body was covered by thick, fctilT hair, almost like felt, wh...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 August 1888

THE HERALD, PHILLIPSBURG KANSAS. Phlllipsburgr and Phillips County In Brief. Philli)pbnrg, thecounty seat of Phillips County, m located in the geographical center of paid connty ; i -00 mik-H vet-t of Atchison aad 135 miles cast of Colorado line; is beauti fnlly located; is on the main line of the C. K. i X. (lioc k-lrland) now being built. It if both a freight and paenser division and the shops and round house of euid road are located here, and at an early date a branch will be constructed from the couth east. Phillips County is, according to agricultural reports, tne second best county in Kansas on grain per acre ; It Is In the northern tier of counties, is well watered by 24 living streams; its soil Is unsur passed; it has plenty of pood building stone and considerable timber. Oniy one sixth of its lands are yet in cultivation ; it is 30 miles square and has I5.JOO inhabitants. It is a good county to come to. For full particulars of the advantages offered the emigrant in Phillips...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 24 August 1888

1 SPSAII TO TS:33X THAT C3-0 O-WXilD. -1 VOL. X. NO 43. THE HERALD. ulllLL.!FSBURG, - KANSAS ESTABLISHED IN 1S77. : ' Si ol.li-et paper la North western Kansas. TERMS: On year fl.RO bix month 75 r. r. sobsi a. a. daoux. KORN3 & DVGUE, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. time: zT-a.-arij The trains on the Missouri Pacific Kailrod nr rivo at Marviu as follows: GOING EAST. Passenger 4:05 p. in. t reigtit 6:05 a. m. GOING WEST. Pasenger 10:41a.m. Kreiiht 3:50 p. m. C. K. &. N. TIME CARD. GOING EAST. No. S Passenger 5:25 a. in. No. :M Local Freight 11:40 p. m. J l'assenger 1 :uv p. m. GOING WEST. No. 37 Passenger ll:(Xp. tn, " 7 Local Freight ll:lop. iu. Passenger U:0G a. in. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. WALLACE, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Bpciil nttontion frirea to the diseases of wo m-n. Oiilca soath side pablio. qaare, 1'liilllpiibarjr, - - , . Kasiitt. A. B. HOUCK, LI. D., Eclectic Physician. Office at G. W. Bickford's Drag Storm, north idi I'd tH o Square, I'billipeborg, Kadml. All c&a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 24 August 1888

KANSAS KAKSAS NEWS. If the last of the Moore-Norton elope ment Las not been written, it is atlec.st probable that the end of all legal pro ceediugs against the couple has been reached. When Mrs. Norton's case was called on Tuesday morning it was quickly and quietly disposed of. The costs were assumed by the defense and the suit was dismissed, so that the state of Kansas no longer hold any lieu on the lovelv but erratic actress, who is now free to go and come as she pleases withont further molestation. Governor George V. Gilk has re ceived notice that the wife of lion. Tully Scott receiver of the United States land oilice died on the first in stant very suddenly. Tle funeral was held on Saturday last. A destructive cyclone swept over the country about eight miles south of Wellington, between Home and Perth on Tuesday. Barns, hay stacks, grain stacks and farm machinery were scat tered in every direction, and several fields of corn were literally torn up by the roots. John Creighton, w...

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