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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 June 1883

Herald, lfjr tli T TPQ iRT TT? Cl t . ........ . SPEAK TO THEM THAT THEY GO FORWARD. VOLUME V. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, IS S3. NUMBER 86. p hYlipsbijrgerald - PCBUSRED EVBEI THURSDAY, WILUAM BISSEIjIj Secret Societies. 4. O.C F.J "PfnllipstTanf LoaKeTNV. i65."meet every Wed Tieifil.y, vV Siting bretbreo cordially- invited to ittend. , - IIenkt McDowell, IN. G. J. 11. HihflenkTatt, Rec. Secretary. . A. P. and A. M. . PhlTliprtarir Lodga No'. 184, meets 'every Sat urday on or before the fuM moon. VisitiDg brethren cordially invited to atteud. J G Gephart, Sec- ? F T M Dctche, W M. tf. Of P. Cresent I.odfre No 42, meets every Monday evening, Visitint Jfethren- cordially invited to attend. t . . U.. . . D. vid Mankb C C J Jackson, K of Rand S. g;a' n. Phillipshurg Post No 7, meets Saturday after the lull moon, Visiting Comrades always welcome.- Fbank Otkais, P C. J VV Lowe,' Adj. . , - , Church Dlreotory. M. Er Church Rv. W. R. Allen, every al t.rnat' Sabbath at 11 o'clo...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 June 1883

PiiilHpsljurg Herald. JUNE 28, 1883. Trm; Tl RoumBomo of the Hxh ALD contains eijrht pa w ith lx oolnmnito the pi; ubforipUoQ 'rice $1.53 per innum, in Irane. The Dnu.K EoiTiov oomiats of four Jf ef the regular edition and cont&ins all the Editorial &nd Looat Newt. WILLIAM BISSELL, Editor. Dollar Edition It is reported that the yellow fever has broken out at Vera Cruz. 'Kjaerlinghodans" is Norwegian for love.' It is said that the journalistic Norwegians kjaerlicghodans beer with an undying kjaerliflghodans. Norr. Herald. The Union compositors on the daily papers have demanded an increase in wages. Several leading papers refuse k accede . to the demand. Henry Ward Beecher celebrated his 70th birthday on- the 25th inst. the Academy"-of Music was filled to over flowing by his friends and admirers. Lord Carlingford, Minister of Agri culture, assured a people's delegation on the 14th that the British government would not restrict the importation of American cattle. . Trascript: T...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 June 1883

r"rmi. , 1 " , ;t ' s Piiillipsiiiirg Herald, JUNE 23, 1883. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. . j . BTATE OIF1 -A.3S.S. Governor ;:...,..G. W. Glick. Lieut. Governor D. W. Finney. Becrtt&ry of State ...James Smith. Auditor , E. P; McCabe. Treasurer........... :Sarn. T. Howe. Bupt. Pub. Instruction.::..!!. C. Speer. Attorney General. W. A. Johnston. Public Printer...T. D wight Thatcher. U.S. Senators ;: fmb! pPJE3CLXiIiX3 COXJiT'T IT.. District Judge.:. W. H. Pratt State Senator-... Geo. H. Case. . P presentative. ; John Bissell. Crt Dist. Court G. A. Spaulding. County CIerkr...:.......::;.J. W: Lowe. Beg'r of Deeds-. .Ilitner Smith. Treasurer .....D. L. Smith. Sheriff. John Woods. Supt, Pub. Instruction. :vC. A. Lewis. -Probate Judge.... .11..H. C. Spaulding. County Surveyor... J. P. Barnard. County; Attorney......S. W. McJElroy. Coroner (1st Dist, H. Moulton. 2d Dist, J. H. Close. 3d Dist,...L..P. Johnson. Bupt." PrFartn.-:.'.:..'..:.-.!. -B. Dixon. District Coiirt; sits the fourth Mon day ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 June 1883

PhilIipsbDrg!IeralL JUNE 28, 1883." S250 OO IN GOLD GIVEN AWAY I I $2.00 Per Year, Postpaid Forty Second Year, -'THE PRAIRIE FARMER11 The oldest and most reliablefand lead lug Agricultural Weekly of America. Advocates the interest of the Farmer, the Breeder and the Dairyman. It aims to educate and elavate, and to give its patrons the latest, best and freshest news pertaining to eve'-y line of industry. . - The publishers aim to make THE PRAIRIE FARMER the Standard Agricultural Paper of the country. Its columns are devoted to the grow ing wants of farmers, treating upon all subjects relative to the farm, gar den . and household. Breeders of live stock will find their interests carefully and fjlly 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 all that is objectionable. The Prairie Farmer offers a novel Jist of cash prizes for the largest lists of word3 that can be formed from the letters composing nam...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 July 1883

Phillipsburg iHIeral HPEAK TO THEM THAT THFA' GO FORWARD. , VOLUME V. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1888. NUMBER 37. PHILIPSBURGHERAL D PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, BY WILLIAM BISSELL Secret Societies. !. O. O. F. Phillipeburjc Lodge Ne. 165. meets every Wert tisi&y. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. Hknkt McDowell, N . J. JI. Ilftlinenkratt, Reo. Secretary. A. F. and A. M. Phillipsbunr Lodpa No. 184, meets every Sat urday on or before the full moon. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. J G Gephart, Sec F M UCTCHr., JV M. K. of P. Creeent Lodfre No 42, meets every Monday evening. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. Dvid MakkkeC C j Jackson, K of Rand S. G. A Ft. Phillipsburg Poet No 7, meet Saturday after the full inoon, Viriting Comrades always wel come. Frank stkain, P C. J W Lowe, Adj. Church Directory. M. K. Church Rv. W. R. Allen, every al tniaf Sabbath nt 11 o'clock a in. and o'clock p. ra., coniinencir g May 6. lSi3. Presbyterian :...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 July 1883

"WBJLi I' m BBS Phillipstarg Herald. KIRWIN. WEDNESDAY. JULY i 8th JULY Ii, fii&. Turmi: The Rmuiir IS niTrox of th6 Mkr A l.o contains eijrht pages with six c-lnmn? to the Pgl iiuWription jrice $1.50 per aDtiuin in lrBce. The Dom.ak Editiom connigts of fuur par of the rerulir edition and contaiof all the Editorial and Looal Hews. "WILLIAM BISSELL, Editor. a rearHaSl FAMILY. Seventy-three years ago, a man froin Raynham went down into the district of Maine, which, was then considered a God-forsaken country, and established himself in business in Richmond, as it is now called. That has since been a jrreat place for ship-building, but this Rynham man built the first vessel there. Ho began to build another, but it was in the embargo times, and the second vessel was alroWed to rot upon the stocks. Then he moved again this time into one of the unsettled back towns, Livermore, it is called, not far from where L'ewiston has since grown up. He was a member o! the Massa chusetts Legislatu...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 July 1883

Phiiliissbiirg Herajt JULY 5, 1883. OFKICIAL DIRECTORY. STATE 02P IKI.AJISrS-A.S- Ciovernor jjitut. Governor.... Secretary of State.. Auditor Treasurer... Hupt. Pub. Iustruc Attorney General.. Public Printer...T. b. 8. Senators G. AV. Glide. .T...D. W. Finney. ; James Smith.' E. p. McCabe. ....Sam. T. Howe. tlon H. C. Speer. ...W. A. Johnston. Dwight Thatcher. fj. J, I nivalis. p. B. Plumb. District Judge L1J....W. II. Pratt- Ktate Senator Geo. II. Lase. 3. -preventative John Bissell. Cl'k Dist. Court .G. A. Spaulding. County Clerk I'.li J. W. Lowe. Keg'r of Deeds ..Kitner Smith. Treasurer :.. D. L. Smith. Hheritr. John Woods. Supt. Pub. Instruction. ..C. A. Lewis. I'robate Judge... ..:...H. C. Sjuiulding. County Surveyor J. P. Barnard. County Attorney S. V. McKlroy. Coroner f 1st Dist, II. jMoultoii. Commis'rs-I 2d Dist, J. H. Close. lad Dist,...L. P. Johrson. Supt. Poor Farm I. K. Dixon. District Court sits tlie fourth Mon day in April and fourth Monday September in regular sessio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 5 July 1883

Pinlpsliiirg Herald. JULY 5, isaa. $250 oo IN GOLD GIVEN AWAY! ! 92.00 Per Year, Postpaid Forty .' V Second Year. THE PR A HUE' FA RMF.R" The oldest uiwl mcmt reliulle?and load ing Agricultural Weakly of America. Advocates the interest of the Farmer, the Breeder and the Dairyman. it aims to vduvatu and el -vate. and to riv'e Uh patrouH the latent, beHt and irw-.hct news pertaining to evey Hue to liulu-try. , TT, The iubliHhers aim to make THh PKAIIUE FARM Ell the Standard Agricultural Paper of the country. It columns are devoted to the grow ing wants of farmer, treating upon all subject relative to the farm, gar den and hnunehold. Breeders of live stock will find their interest carefully and filly treated in a npiritof perfect fairness. As a family paper It i designed to place it in the front rank, and keep fromitd columns all that ia objectionable. The Prairie Farmer offers a novel list of cawh prizes for the largest lists of words that can be formed from the letters composing name...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 July 1883

iDQDT TTD O KFE.A.K: TO THEM THAT THEY G-O FORWARD. VOL UME V. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 12, ISSS. yY UMBER S3. k HijlUj PHILIPSBURG HERAL D PUBLISHED EYEEt THURSDAY, BY WIlL.XjIA.IVt BISSELL Secret Societies. 1. O. O. F. rbillippharz Lodfre Xe. 165, meets every Wed nesday, Visiting brethren cordially invited to httend. IJknky McDowell, N G. J. II. Ilabnenkratt, Kec. Secretary. A. F. sLnd'A. fA. Fhillipsburg LodgaNo. 1S4, meets every ?at- Srday on or before the full moon. Visiting rethren cordially invited to attend. J O Gephart, ec- F T M Dutches, W M. K. of P. Crescnt Lortso No 42, meet! erery Monday fevening, Viaitins brethren cordially invited to Attend. David Masker CO. J Jackson, K of Rand S. G. A Ft- PhiilipHburf? Post No 7, meets Saturday after the full moou, Visiting Comrades always wel come. . Fkaxk cteaix, P C. J W Lowe, Adj. Church Directory. M. E, Church Rev. W. It. Allen, every al ternate Sabbath at 11 o'clock a- ni. and tA o'clock p. in., commencing May 6. ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 July 1883

THILLIPSBUBG HERALD. PUBLISHED BT Herald Publishing Association. THILL1PSBURG. KANSAS. NEWS AND NOTES. A Summary of Important Erents. i Qu ARTEIM ASTER-G ENE RAL INGALLS, -who has been in the United States service forty years, has asked to be retired July 1. Judah P. Benjamin was given a farewell banquet in London the other even ing by two hundred representative English men. The Supreme Court of Missouri has decided the Downing high-license bill con stitutional and applicable to the city of St. Liouis. A statue of ex-President Taylor, exe cuted at Carrara, Italy, has arrived in Ixmisville, Ky., and will soon be unveiled in the cemetery at that city. Six hundred and eighty Mormon converts arrived in New York on the 1st. They came from England, Denmark, Sweden, Wales and Norway. Up to the 4th inst. the Internal Rev enue Bureau at "Washington had received claims for $2,000,000 for rebate of taxes paid on tobacco, snuff and cigars. The death list on the 4th included Bishop Johh McMullen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 July 1883

THILUPSBURG HERALD. PUBLISHED BT " Herald Publishing Association. miLLlPSBURG, KANSAS A GENTLE WOHD. When passion's flame is burning1 high. When spirit's depths are rudely stirred. Ere usin; stern coercion try The magic of a gentle word. "Within the household and the school. Still let the welcome sound be heard; "Where'er you be, apply the rule There's in agio la a gentle word. If tear-drops flow adown the chcelc You can a solace cheap afford; In softened intonations sneak There's majfic in a gentle word. "Decrepit ape and childhood pay Alike possess an echoing chord, JYom which soft sounds and sweet will stray, Kesponsive to a gentle word. Alas! for those whose lives go by Nor wake that strain like song of bird! But blest are they who often try The magic of a gentle word. Golden Days. BELLE MlAM)0S BOOTS. "It is hopeless," said Pereival Perry to hiruselL "There are too many young men in New York. There is no chance for mc. I've spent my money, and every possible effort. Perhaps I'd...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 July 1883

Piilpslrorg Herald. JULY 12, 1883 tlfiWlMj: bl Al.x contains cizht jagpvith mx cIurnris to th jiase ; sunscrn'tion n-ico 51. o ) icr annum in airaae. The Diim.as Eimtion' consist of fin:r jrtKs of the reculni edition uml contain aili the Kilitorial and Log.i1 New.-. WILLIAM BISSELL. Editor. M A M .51 O T H o N A R O H ! And Gigantic Collossus of all Amusement Organization panoplied in 171 -ft in vFTVr?. (9- JLi Ailil JLv 1 V 4 Hew United IConster . The Fresh Air Fallacy. Fifty years ao few people knew much about rentilation, or, indeed be lieved much in its importance; and a crusade in favor of "fresh air" was fought by the sanitarians. Now the : tide runs the other way, and all the dull people have learned the phrase "fresh air," and insist on having what they call "fresh air'' at any cost, and with out regard to times and places. Two men will come into the spac ious parlor of a club ; the air, although warm, is much purer, and cooler by five degrees, than the furnace blasts of the...

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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 July 1883

Phillipsburg Herald. JUIA" 32, 18V3. ; OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. J3T.A.T:e: OS1 KANSAS. XJovernor ....G. V. Olick. IiUut. Governor D. W. Finney. 'tSftretary of fcStcite..-. James Smith. Auditor K. 1. Mi-Cube. Treasurer Sam. T. Howe. JSupt. Tuo. Instruction II. Speer. Attorney General W. A. Johnston. l'ublic Printer.. .T. l)vii;ht Thatcher. XJ. b. fcenators..... p j, xMiimli. H? JET ILL II, HHPS CO LXIEnTT 3T. W. II. Pratf Geo. H. Case. John Ui.-sell. A. Sauldin. ...J. W. Lowe, .liitner Smith. .D. L. Smith. ...John Woods. .G District Jml.ire Htate Senator Ppresentative Cl k I)it. Court... trinity Clerk Ttog'r of Deeds Treasurer SheiifF. Knot. Pub. Instruction. ..C. A. Lewis. Probate Judije II. C. SpauMiiitf. County Surveyor J. P. Barnard. County Attorney S. W. McElroy. Coroner ( l.-t Dist, H. Moulton. Comiuis'nJ 12d Distt J. If. Close. ( .3d Diftt.-.-L. P. Johrson. Siipt. Poor Farm I. K. Dixon. District Court sits the fourth Mon day in April and fourth Monday in September in regular sessio...

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

Confederate Relics. Of the five field Generals of the Con federate army. J. E. Johnston and Beauregard survive. General Johnston is the general agent of a prominent New York insurance company, and General Beauregard is the Adjutant-General of the State of Louisiana (where he has created the finest body of militia in America.) He is also one of the Com missioners of one of the old Louisiana State banks, besides which he has other important business connections. There were twenty-one Lieutenant-Generals in the Confederate army from first to last, and all of these were from the United State army but four, viz.: Richard Taylor, N. B. Forrest, Wade Hampton and John B. Gordon. Of them the fol lowing are living: D. H. Hill, who is in North Carolina; Stephen Lee, Early, Buckner, Wheeler and A. P. Stewart, besides the two not from the old United States army ' mentioned above. Gusta vus W. Smith is the ranking Major General living and is State Commis sioner of Insurance in Kentucky. W. T. Mar...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 12 July 1883

FARM AM) HOUSEHOLD. Ceilings that have been smoked by a kerosene lamp should be washed ofl Avith soda water. A veterinary authority says the reat majority of ring-bones in young horses come from the failure to shorten their toes. To make corn starch cake, take three eggs, one cup of sugar, one-half cup of sweet milk, one cup of butter, one-half cup of flour, one cup of corn starch, one teaspoonful of baking-powder. Troy (N. Y.) Times. Cows are exceedingly fond of millet and it is an excellent milk producing fodder. It should be grown in light, sandy soil, at least it is more thrifty on such soil. By manuring it will produce five tons to the acre after being cured. Exchange. Careful experiments were made last year in New York State in the cul ture of potatoes. The best results fol lowed the Dutch method of planting, which consists of keepins: the surface of the ground level, planting a single eye in a place, covering it six inches deep, and allowing but a single stalk to grow in the ...

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

1 1 1 1 Phillipsburg Herald. .JUIiY 12, 1SS3. ;$240.oo . IN GOLD GIVEN AWAY! I $2.00 Per Year, Postpaid Forty Second Year. ''THE PRAIRIE FARMER" The oldest and most reliable?and 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 patrons the latest, best and frevhect news pertaining to evey line to industry.1 ,TTX, The publishers aim to mate THL TRAIRIK FARMER the Standard Agricultural Paper of the country. Its columns are devoted to the grow ing wants of farmers, treating upon all subjects relative to the farm, gar den and household. Breeders, of live stock will find their interests carefully and fjllv treated in a spirit of perfect fairness. Asa family paper it is designed to flaee it in the' front rank, and keep from its columns all that U objectionable. The Prairie Farmer offers a novel list of cash prizes for the largest lists of words that can be formed from the letters com...

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

V 5 1ERALD ILLlPSBU j PEAK '.TO THKM THAT THEY GrO FORWARD. VOLUME V. PHILLIPSBURG, R 'A JfSM' THURSDAY, JULY 19, tS88. DUMBER 39. - i ' ' i ' : : , PHILIPSB URG HERALD PUBLISHED KTEET THCESD1Y. BY AVIL1-.IAM BISSKLIj ... Secret Societies. 1. 6. O. F. rhlllipsbur Loose Ne. 165. meets every Vei rdv, A'isiting brethren coniially invitetl to tteod. IIknrt MeDoWKi-i,, v. J. H. Habnenkratt, Kec. Secretary. A. F. and'Ai hit. v;Ti;V,,.rr T.fi!ffn.Nrt. 184. meets every Snt- ferdiv on or before the-fall-moon. VisititagA brethren cordisilly invited to lten.l. Xv vv ' J G Gepbart, Sec P T M Dctchk, W M. K. of P. Cment Led No 42. meet? erery Monday eVehing. Visitintc bretbren cordially invited to ttnL , 1id MaskkkCC. J JttAson.K oflland S. G. A R. PhillipsburK Post No 7. meets Saturday after the full moon, Visiting Cnmrnd always wel--,.. Fiiamc ctkai.v. P C. J W Lowe, Adj, Criurch Directory. M. K. Church liv. W.R. Allen, erery al ternaf Sabbath at 11 o'clock a- in. and iS 'o'clock p. in.; comtu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 July 1883

Piilpsirarg Herald., JULY 19, 1883. Tsriai: The 'Rruulak iiition oi the 14 ku 1LB contains eijrht ajrss with ir columns to the raite; j"uhfi4iialo jrice $t.5 jer annum in dvnc. The Dollar Edition con?ifit of "fuur par of the regular clition. mid cntaii: all l.e E-iifonai nod Loal Ncw. ' Dollar Edition. WILLIAM BISSELL. Kansan: In the lat ten years tho num ber of cattle has iiiCreaed about fifty per cent iu Illinois,' about ono hundied percent In Mo., and five iuudiel yor cent in Kansas. Transcript: The St. Paul city council ha authorized the .major to appoint tea extia pbliceman. Tho Democratic state convention is to bo held there oh tho L'd of -August.' ."" '- . Russel Record: M. Do LdsfCps wants to Iwve the Suez canal lighted with electricity. If this distinguished engi neer lives long enough he will have the1 nnal covered with a tin roof. A valuable ajuui well has been dis covered on the farm of an old colored man near CartesviU, Georgia, and bo h& been offered a large sum fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 July 1883

Philiinsbora Hera! JUIA" 10, 1SV3. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. STATE OP 2SZA.nrSAS. Governor .'. CI. W.- Cillok. lUut. Governor.'..... D.AV. Fitujey, Secretary of State James Smith. Auditor viJ'vU1' HupL TuW. Instructio."..--lIOi4SiU'lr. Attorney (Jenemi V. A. Johnston. Public lirhtUr...T. Dwijrht Thatcher. U, Senators; J- 1lumi,. Blatrict Ju1j?o. ...-y H. Prattvl State Senator leo. II. ase. Vcpresentative John iise!l. Li-K Dist. Court.... ..U.-A. Sau!linjr. C-Vunty Clerk .-..'......J. AY X-owo. Iter of Deeds.. '.JUtncr Smith. Treasurer 1- L. Smith. Khcriir. " AVooMs. Supt. Puli. Instrirctlon...C. A. Lewis, Probata Judge....- H. C Smuldiu. County Surveyor J. P. Jlarnard. County Attorney S. W. JUeKlroy. Coroner : (1st J)ist, II. Moulton. lid Jit, J. II. Close, ad Dist,...L. P. Johi son. Sunt. Poor Farm... ...I. K. Dixon. District Court sits tho fourth Mon day In April and fourth Monday iu September in regular session. Commissioners Court the ilrst Monday in January, tho second Mon day in Apr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 July 1883

I i Phillipsburg Herald, JULY 19, 1S23. 2-tO oo IN COLD GIVEN AWAY!! $2.00 Per Year, Postpaid -r Forty Second Year. 'THE PRAIRIE FARMER" The oldest and most reliablefand lead ing Agricultural 'Weekly of 1 America, Advocates the interest of the Fanner, the Breeder and the Dairyman. It films to educate and elw'vate, and to give Us patrons the latest, best and f re heat news pertaining to evey line fo industry. The publishers nini to make THE ' It A IHI K FAliMEH the Standard Agricultural Taper of the country.. Its column are devoted to the grow ing wants of fanners, treating upon all subjects relative to the farm, gar den and household. .Breeders of. live stock will find their interests irefully nnd fjlly 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 nil that U objectionable. The Prairie Farmer offers a novel list of cash prizes for the largest list of Avords that can 1h formed from the Ijtt 1 composi...

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