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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 January 1889

.7 A TOWN WITH X IIISTOHY. It seems strange that a far North ;n storn town should have much of a history, yet Lewiston can trace a rec ord 1'aek to the early days of the cen tury Avhen, in 1S04-5, Lewis and Clarke wade their famous transcontinental trip. It was at the junction of the Snake and Clearwater Pavers that they pitehed their tents on a certain occa sion on that eventful journey, and their old camping-ground h.a.3 bince become the site of a thriving little city of not less than two thousand souls. Six or seven years after Lewis and Clarke, Hunt's party, on its way to Astoria, reached the same spot, as related by Washington Irving in his account of that ill-starred expedition; Lut for many years after Hunt the Indians were the only visitors, with possibly an occasional wandering white man, until in 1S3G, when Hev. Marcus LEADERS OF THE FIRST COVF.RXM ENT EXPEDI- ition to ti::: jcoutuwust. "Whitman, the intrepid missionary, who saved Washington, Idaho and Oregon to the Union,...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 January 1889

THE HERALD, PUlLLIPSBUTvO KANSAS. Phllllpsburg and Phillips County In Brief. Pbiinp.-'brirg, the county pent cf Phillips County, If located in the geographical center of iaid county ; in :.50 miie wett of Atchison and 1J5 mile east of Colorado line; Is beauti fully located; is on the main line of the C. K. Jb N. (Kock-lclund) now finished to Colorado bprin'ii, Colorado. It is both a freight uud Itau'enutr division and the phops and round house of aid road are located here. Phillips County is, accerding to agricultural reports, the 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 good building stone and considerable timber. Only one sixth of its lands are yet in cultivation : it is 30 miles square and has I5,0tX) inhabitants. It is a irood county to come to. For full particulars of the advantages offered the emigrant in Philhpsburg and Phillip county, write for a c...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 January 1889

SPEAIC.TO TIEUE TZEI'ZT X-ZXJUIZ- GO I?OIoV7AZ). VOL. XI. NO 11. THE HERALD. 'ULL.iPSBfJRG, - KAN d AS ESTABLISHED IN 1S77 fh oMt-st paper la Northwestern Kan has O'tejrrwr . $J.?0 6ix months 75 - . KORJt a, A. DAOCI. KOBNS A DVGDE, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS- CLUBBING RATES, We will fend the following named papers club bed with the ti skald at the following rates. To avail yourselves of the.-ie low terms you must pay for both paper a year in advance. The name of other papers will be added from time to time. The Scientific American and Hkuai.L) 4 00 Toledo Blade " " .-. i 3o Inter-Ocedn " " .. i 35 Leavenworth Time " " .. -2 00 St. Joseph (Mo.) Herald " . . ! -'" Kansas l'tv Journal " " .. 2 25 New York World " . . 2 3o New York Press, " .. 2 13 TIME TABLE, The trains on the Missouri Pacific Railrod ar rivo at Marvin as follows: GOING EAST. (issenjer 4:05 p. m. Freight 0:05 a. in. GOING WEST. l'ussc!i;;er 10:41 a. m. Freight 3:50 p. m. C K. & N. TIME CARD. GOING EAST. ' Nor 1 Pa...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 January 1889

X PHILLIPSBURG HERALD. tPHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS. There set m? to be a fatal disease among Ihe tanks of .Nebraska. They keep breaking. Police officer Ilenry Fehle, of St. Louis, has just died of hydrophobia. He was bit ten in September last. Most of the members of congress whose districts border on the dominion are op posed to the annexation. President Cleveland ha3 pardoned Bishop A. A. Kimball of Utah, who was imprisoned under the polygamy laws. Charles F. Merl, San Francisco agent for R tirra dealing in lard and canvassed meats, has absconded with L'0,OCO. Major General Schorield's wife di6d of paralysis of the heart at Washington Sun day niorr,ing, December 0. The Indian scouts who have been disturb ing: settlers in Oklahoma seem to have had orders lrom somewhere to quit doing eo. California has, during the first two months of its rainy season, had from two to three times as much rain as last year. Princess Adelbert, of Bavaria, was at tending an opera and was seized with hys teria,...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 January 1889

A RIVER STEAMER Barm With. Her Nose on the Back, Yet There Was a Terrible Lout of Life. Tlie Kate Adams TFas a Fine and Fast Steamer and Was on Her Six II u ml red and Second Trip. Memphis, Tenn., December 27. The elegant passenger ftaam Kate Adamst running as a semi-weekly packet between Memphis and Arkansas City, bamed near Commerce, Miss., forty miles 6onth of this city. She was en route to Memphis and had about 200 people aboard, including her deck and cabin crew of eighty, and twenty five cabin and sixty deck passengers and twenty-live colored cabin passengers. The fire, which caught in Borne cotton near tha forward end of the boilers, was discovered about 8 o'clock. The passengers were at breakfast, and when the alarm was given they all made a rush for the forward deck. At the time the steamer was abont 300 yards from the Mississippi fide of the river and her bow wa3 at once headed for the shore. Pilot Joa Barton was on watch and he remained heroically at his post until she wa...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 January 1889

THE HERALD. PlIILLIPSBUItG. - KANSAS. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. E.P. KORNS. R. A.DAGUE. KOENS 5c DAGTJE. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. Friday, January 11th, 1SS9. Tho Democrat scored S. J. Hart man vigorously last week. Mr. Hart man ia very b-isy with the business of tho Board of Commissioners now, but he will publish a statement in re ply in the Herald of next week. The Hock Island railroad company recently discharged eight employes, conductors, baggage-masters, and brakemen for drinking intoxicating liquors while on duty, thus violating one of the most stringent'rnles of the company. There are now four sugar factories in Kansas located at Topeka, Fort JScott, Douglas (Butler county) and Oonwny Springs (Sumner county.) This year was the first for all of them except the one at Tort Scott, which was erected three years ago. This year it produced 12,000 barrels of sugar 450,000 pounds. The other three made 300,000 pounds in all, a total product for the four of 750,000 pounds, all good merc...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 January 1889

'OR FINE PHOTOG 1888 -THAT- J. C. & E. S. LATSBATJGH, Are selling clothing, hats, caps and furn ishing goods at hard time prices- If not, call and he convinced that such is the fact, and that we are leaders in low prices. J. C. $ E. S. LATSBAUGH, West Side square. Exclusive Clothiers. THE HERALD. THILLIPSBURG. KANSAS Fre.h groceries at Poiings. Bargains at the Chicago Fair. You caa get fresh iish every Fri day at L. E. Nipps' moat market. A great many children are ill from severe colds. Subscribe for the Herald, the oldest paper in Phillipsburg1. No snow yet .in this locality and the weather is nice. Farmers buy salt of Winship $1.75 per barrel. 10-2t Wm. Bradley's little boy has been quite ill. Winship sell salt for $1.75 per barrel. 10-2t. E. A. Page beats them all for a good lunch. Call and see. Bargains at the Chicago Fair. Mr. and Mrs. I. Ainslie's child was very ill a few days ago For a complete and accurate ab stract, call on McMay & McCormick. Dr. II. Wallace ia the ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 January 1889

TOPICS OF THE TIMES A Clioice Selection of Inter, esting Items. rniosiuFNT Clkvf.lanp, it is said,' will q offered the Presidency of the Baltimore an J Ohio Ilailroad at the expiration of hi- term as Chief Execu tive of the United States. Col. D. 11. Anthony is talked of in Kansas as the coming Postmaster General. A State with 82,003 majority does not propose to be left out in the cold when the dis'ributioii takes i lace. Sin Pi::;cv Skklley has the hear: of Lis father, the poet, which he keeps as a precious relic. The siory is that when Shelley's body Avas creiaated his heart av lS snatched from the fianies and p:c served. Mr.. Mi F.r.r.LL, who is to marry one of the Misses Drexel, of Philadelphia, Avho has an income of ;r'o00,0e) a year, will abjure Protestantism and join the Catholic Church before tli3 ceremony, Miss Drexel being a devout Catholic. Mi?. John Mizzlk of Jersey City bet that Cleveland avcuM be elected. The majority Avas a-.ainst John, and as a penalty for l.is defic...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 January 1889

V STATE NEWS. "tVashiagton Ivepablicaa: The chairs 2 ave all been placed in the opera house, enl they are joe dandies, with turn up iviais and hat rack attachments. A Manhattan dispatch: Manhattan celebrated the completion of Moore & Go's stove works and foundry. One thousand citizens witnessed the first run of iron. Clyde Ilerald: Mr. O. H. Bowman told his fine black horse, Elector, to Mr. C. V. Tomley, of Olathe, for S3,500. He ttill has another fine horse that te prizes Etill higher. Iiouiavile Indicator: Dr. J. Sabin was stricken down by an apoplectic etroke and he has showed no eigns of re turning to consciousness and ia lying at the point of death. Jeremiah Sabin i one of the pioneer physiciaEa and ear liest settlers of Kansas, and passed bia 7Sth year in this life last August. Salina Journal: The Union PaciSo railway paid to the county treasurer the cum of 317,430.92 aa their share of the Salina county taxes. Without the re bate of 5 per cent., which the company took adva...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 January 1889

THE HERALD, PHILLIPSBURG.... ..KAKSAS. Phillipsburg and PhIIllp3 County In Brief. Phlll'.pwbnrs, the county eat of Phillips Countv, Is located in the geos raphicul ceuttr of (-aid connty ; in SiO miles wect of Atchison and lXi milt'M euet of Colorado line; is beauti fully located; i on the main line of the C. K.. Jb S. (Hfx k-lfiand) cow finished to Colorado Spring, Colorado. It if both a freight and vaofeuger division and the thops and round nouHC of aid roud are located here. Phillips County in, according to agricultnral reports, the cecond bert county in Kansas on grain per acre j it is in the northern tier of counties, is well watered by 24 living streams; its soil is unsur passed; It has plenty of good building stone and considerable limber. Oulv one sixth of its lands are ret in cultivation: it is 30 miles square and has 15.000 inhabitants. It is a sood county to come to. For full particulars of the advantages offered the emigrant in Phillipsburg and Phillip county, write for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 January 1889

STPZEIIEC TO THSM TI3:T TIEIES-ST G O JQZR.'W-A.TXXX VOL. XI. NO 12. THE HERALD. aiLIiTPSEOKO, . KANSAS ESTABLISHED IU 1S77 H rh olilrat paper In Northweatern au. f1 y&f S .50 fc month - -IS .' r. KOfcX S A. DAOUX. A DYQUE, PUELIrHERS AND PROPRIETORS. CLUBBING RATES, We will send the following named papers club bed with the Hekalu at the following rate. To avail yourselves of these low terms you must pay for both papers a year iu advance. The names of other papers will be added from time to time. The Scientific American and IIshald f I (to Toledo Made " " . . i S.) Inter-Ocean " .. 'i V Leavenworth Times " " .. i tw St. Joseph (Mo.) Herald - ' . . 2 2! Kausas iMty Journal " " . . 2 ii.') New York World ..2 New York Press " ..2 15 The trains on the Misaonrl Pacific Kailrod ar rive at Marvin as follows : GOING EAST. I'ussener 4:05 p. m. Freight 0:05 a. in. GOING WEST. I'asenfr 10:11a.m. freischt 3:50 p. in. C. K. & N. TIME CARD. GOING EAST. No. 1 Fassen-jer T:-J0a. in. No. Hi ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 January 1889

PfflLLIPSBURG HERALD. i 'rnrmpsBCno, KANSAS. The Ohio Wool Growers' association ap pointed seven delegates to attend the na tional meeting at Washington and adopted a serious of resolutions protesting against the schedule of duties in the pending senate ameudment to the tariff bill. The New York Tost says that the war be tween the Rock Island and the Missouri Pa cific exists because of the personal enmity existing between George Gould and K. Ii. Cable. Parties arriving at Arkansas City from Oklahoma say that teams are constantly crossing theCimarron river into that country loaded with provisions and building ma terial. The people go quietly and in smalJ pai ties. IHE KANSAS LEGISLiXUKE. Tuesday. 6ENATK. Topeka, Januarys. The senate was called to order at 12 m. by Lieutenant Governor Kiddle. T , The members were swoin in by Judge Valentine of the supreme court. The body is composed of more young men than any before convened in Kansas. John K. Wright of Davis, is the oldest, being 54 ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 January 1889

t . f BIG FKAUD. French' Tflectrlo Process of Purifying Su gar Turns Out an Electrical Swindle Without a Single Volt of Elec tricity In It. Friend Dies and Ills Wife Lights Out When Investigation Ke?eaU That Nothing; Is Required to Purify feugar Kicept to Grind It, New Yoex, January C. The Evening Sun prints what it calls an "Almost incredible tale of a gigantic fraud." It states that the Electric- Sugar Refining company Las been duped to the extent of over a million dollars and that its whole secret process tarns out to be a humbug of the most barefaced kind. The "secret process" was the invention of Henry C. Friend, who appeared in the trade about fom years ego with samples of won derfully pure Bugar which he said had been refined by his "electric process." About a year ago he induced a number of English and American capitalists to organize a com pany and buy the "secret process" from him. This was done and factories erected, but no one was allowed inside of them save Friend, his ...

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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 January 1889

THE HERALD. PHILLIPSBURG. - KANSAS. OFFIGIAL SOUNTY PAPER.. E.F. KORNS. R.. A. DAGUE. KORN8 & DAGUE. PUBLISIIER3 AND PROPRIETORS. Friday, January 18th, 18S0. The Awarding of the Oounty Printing- And How the Dispatch Waa Made the Offlclal Countv Paper. The county printing was let by the Commissioners to-day to the three Phillipsburg papers at 20 per cent each, making CO per cent in all. We can't see exactly why the Herald and Dispatch should go into a combina tion with the Democrat when they might just as well have had the whole boodle themselves. We hope that sometime in the near future we will have a Board of Commissioners who will serve the people and who will recognize the fact that there are other papers in the county besides those published at Phillipsburg. The Chief did not get in a bid for the Erinting in time to have it acted on y the Board and it is probably as well. Our bid was to do all the print ing for one sixth of the lejral rate, lGj cents on the dollar. The only ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 January 1889

FOR FIHE PHOTOG RAPHS TIN TYPES, FRAMES AND TRI MMINGS, GO TO TU CKER'S GALLERY ON THE WESTSIDE 1888 -THAT- J. O. & E. S. LATSBAUQH, Are selling clothing, hats, caps and furn ishing goods at hard time prices- If not, call and be convinced that such is the fact, and that we are leaders in low prices. J. C. $ E. S. LA TSBA UGH, West Side square. Exclusive Clothiers. THE HERALD. fHir,L,irSBURG. - KANSAS Fresh groceries at Polings. Bargains at the Chicago Fair. You caa get fresh lish every Fri day at Li. E. Nipps' meat market. Lots of $55 to loan by Bissell & Twitchell. Subscribe for the Herald, the oldest paper in Phillipsburg. E. A. Page beats thein all for a good lunch. Call and see. Bargains at the Chicago Fair. For a. complete and accurate ab stract, call on McMay & McCormick. Dr. II. Wallace i3 the local surgeon of the C. K. & N. Railroad. tf. Geo. Cole delivers goods. Leave your orders with him. "Wanted at once! 500 men to use our money on real estate. Bissell &am...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 January 1889

IIISAH KAYKICTK CH LIGHTNING H0D3. BY LAIUtI LISXET. Wall, thct feller -with the lightnlri' rods 'il never cvmho n,g in. Tcr I told iui, XilJy, then an' thar, I thought it was a sin. Stickin' tn a p intod rod as o ilefyia' tho powers thotfbe. Which, not beia' eauy heat'-on', goe3 aia tho ijrain with me. .El the ligutniii' is to strek. ua it'll do it, nover fcur, An' wt needn't ba iuvitiu' it nor tryia' for to steer What they cidla the lectid fluar w'uea it's raak- in' up its miuJ Tbet it's yoin' to r.'p and tear up things aa Heaven hea design .-d. No, I nover yit hev b'lievod the stalT them "ectid fcliera say. An' I told the a-iiut jeat as much whoa ho waa hoe to-way. Ther'H the ret rea ez hod cue, an' it acar'd 'eui uinh. to d.M.th When the liMuiu' ketn a Trhizzin' down aa' knocked em oa".i.-r hnaih. Ye kin bet they wished they nover bed a-bought the oluuicd mauhina ; An' afore tho storm was over Tett-rs downed it slick aa' cloun. How ho cusst'il an tore around to think of them goo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 January 1889

DEBT ASD ITS EFFECTS. BY C. J. TOPE. EBT is of the very highest antiquity. The first debt in the history of man is the ft a n J. - JA '.-V - .debt of nature, and the first instinct of man is to put off its payment until the last moment. Debt is not a crime, but it is a mean instrument for the committal of crime. It causes the poor to become poorer, the rich, richer; it is not a disgrace, bat it often brings disgrace to the unfortunate debtor. Debt causes crime, disaster, sorrow, and a hundred evils. Many are the crimes committed by men to free themselves from the horrible monster. Society is everywhere divided into two classes debtors and creditors. Both classes are composed of men with different dispositions and a due mixture of different qualities. Tbe good and' evil aro combined in both, but not in such vast proportions that we cannot decide upon the merits of each. In both are men of talent and learning; men of religious t.vd irrelig ious turn of mind, and men of ambi tious, sel...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 January 1889

THE HERALD, PUILLIPSBCRG KANSAS. Phllllpsburar and Phillips County In Brief. Phillippborg, the county eeat of Phillips County, la locutxd itt the geographical center of uid county ; is 250 inilc-a wet of Atchison and 135 miles east of Colorado line: is beauti fully lovated; is on the main line of the C. K. Jfc N. (Rock-Inland) now finished to Colorado Spring, Colorado. It J both a freight and passenger divinion and the shops and round house of iftid road are located here. Phillips. County is, according to agricultural reports, the econd 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 good building stone and considerable timber. Only oue eixth of its lands are yet In cultivation ; it is 30 miles square and has 15.000 inhabitants. It is a cood county to come to. Kor full particulars of the advantages offered the emigrant in PUillipsburg and Phillips county, write for a cic...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 January 1889

J ZEC.AT THEY OO POS,VATi2D. - - vol. xi. isro is. THE HERALD. P,I LL fP3i;ai:G, - KAN3AS rTAULJSIIED IN 1677. I'ho ol ii-st iiier ia Northwester K'tii -na. w ' )imj-e.ir t.ix uioQtJj 75 Jr.. tOBXH fc. A. DAOCX, KOKN3 & D VGUE, PUELI -.HtflS AND PROPRIETORS. CLUBBING RATES, We will f-end the following n.-imed Supers club bud with the Ueuald ut the following rated. To avail yourselves of these low term you must pay for both paper.-! a yeur in advance. The numes of other paper will be added from time to time. The Scientific American and Hehai.u $1 O'l Toledo liludc '..: :i i nter-Oceiin " " " .. 2 '' Leavenworth Times " St. Joseph (Mo.) Herald ' i (n) Kunsns l itv Joiuniu " .. 2 i7 New York "World " .. -i 25 New York Press, " . . :i 15 The trains on the Missouri l'aci;;c Iiailrod ar i lvo at Marvin us folio ws : GOING EAST. I'lisst-ner 4 :!." p. in. I-'reiirUt 0:1)5 u. m. GOING WEST. i nsseii;jer . Freight ... 10 :4 1 a. in. 3 :5U p. m. C K. &. N. TIME CARD. GOING EAST. No. 1 ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 January 1889

PHILUFSBURG HERALD. PmLIJFSEUnG, KANSAS. THE MESSAGE, Governor Martin Delivers His; Last Message. A Handsome Showing tlie Mar velous Growth ol'Ivansas. Numerous Kecoiiimeii&ations Uased on Exieriencc. The Messajre. To the Senate and House of Representatives; Section five, of article one, of the Constitu tion, proocrioes that the Governor "shall, at the commencement of every session of the Legisl ture, couimunioate in writing such information aa he may possess in reference to the condition of the btate, and recommend Bach mead area aa he may deem expedient." This year, for the first timo in tha history of the State, the term of the retiring Governor does not expire until 6ix days after the assem bling of the Legislature, and thua it is made my tlaty, under the provision of the Constitution above recited, to transmit to you this communi cation. . . . 1 have no disposition, however, to trespass on ny prerogative of my honored successor. An experienced legislator and a citizen famil...

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