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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 August 1883

Fhillipsburg JT1ERALD SPEAK TO THKM THAT THEY GO FORWARD. VOL TIME V. PHILLIFSB UR Gf KANSAS, THURSDA Y, A UG US J 80, 18 S3. NUMBER 40. PHILLIPSBURG HERALD PUBLISHED EVERY THCRSDil, BY WILlilAM BISSELL Secret Societies.' I. O. O. F. Fhillipphurf; Leafro No, 165, meets every Wed nesday, Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. V . ANDERSON, U. 3?. T. M. Dutcher, Hoc. Secretary. A. F. and A. M. Phillipsburg Lodga No. 184, meets every Sat urday on or bcforo the fall inoon. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. J U Gephart, sc- F T M Dutch k&, W M. K. of P. Crescnt Lodpo No 42, meets every Monday evening. Visitim: brethren cordially invited to attend. David MankeuC.C. J Jackson, K of II and S. . G. A. R. Phiilipsburg Post No 7, meets Saturday after the full moon, Visiting Comrades always wel come, Fkakk otkain, F C. J W Lowe, Adj. Church Directory M. E, Church Rev. W, R. Allen, every' al ternate Sabbath at ll o clock a- m. and 7i o'clock p. in., commencing May 6. 183...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 August 1883

Bosus Book-Selling "For a steady, all-the-y ear-round Same my friend," said a good-natured leeker street swindler to a reporter of the New York Sun, you must go into books?" "Book-making at the races?" The delicate features of the swindler assumed an expression of disdain- "I'm no sport, thank you. I do not mean anything of the kind. I refer to the book publishing the cheap press, my son. is our standby. The first thing is to get a book to publish. The most im- Sortant part of the book i3 in its name, omething like 4Ten Thousand Hints for Farmers,' or 'Information for Com mon People,' is what you want. The book can be compiled from the hundred and one similar works by legitimate authors that have gone before it.. Hav ing the name and the compiled volume, we take the manuscript to some rat printing office to get it printed. You would be astonished to see what a large bound book we can get up for twenty five cents a copy on large editions. When you see them on the shelf or in a box th...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 August 1883

Some Causes of Aniraal Diseases. This is a strange world in the sense that though we are living in it, yet we know very little about it. Causes of disease, for instance, are often so differ ent from what we guess, that we are wholly at sea in preparing and applying remedies. Here are some pertinent . thoughts - from the Germantown Tele graph: It was formerly a general belief, es pecially among farmers, that many diseases, such as slobbering of the horse staggers in sheerv and many diseases in cattle, were produced by certain weeds or herbage in the food, especially the pastures they consumed. It may be that in some cases it is so, and in fact we are quite confident that ; slobbers are caused by cert ain( weeds in August pastures, if not by some of the early Autum grasses. Still, "with the progress of discovery it has been found that plant3 are not near ly o much to' blame as we at one time supposed. It was for instance once an almost universal belief that the Texan cattle fever was ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 August 1883

Phillipsburg Herald. WILLIAM BISSELL, Editor. - AUGUST 30, 1883. Terras: The Rboular E dition of the IIsb ild contains eight pages with six edamoi to the pnje ; nabccription price $1.50 per unim' o advance. The Dollar Edition conist of four pages of the regular edition and eoataioa all the Editorial ami Local News. Announcements. We are authorozed to announce the name of IUtaer Smith as a candidate for re-election to the office of Register of Deed,eubjeot to the de cision of the llepubllaan county convention. . VT are authorized to announce the name of I). L. Smith as candidate lor re-election- to the office of Treasurer of Phillips counyt 'subject to the decision of the Republican county conven tion. 1 hereby announce myself as a candidate for re-election to the ofice of Sheriff of Phillips County, subject to the action of the Republican county convention. J. B. WooDSi- . Mr. Editor: Please announce my name as candidate for the office of county Surveyor sub jest to the decision of ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 August 1883

Ptiillipsburg Herald. AUGUST 30, 1883. REPRESENTATIVE: At the meeting of the Republican Central Committee the fact that a va cancy existed in the office of Represent ative was overlooked and not included in the published list of officers to be elec ted this fall vacancy caused by the ac ceptance of the office of Register of fhe U. S. Land Office by John Bissell. See article 2, section o, of the Constitution of the State of Kansas. LOCAL HERALDINCS. Mrs. Beadle, mother of Mrs. E. F. Carpenter, is very sick. D. A. Huling has gone east to buy goods. Look out for big boxes in a few days. J. M. Nichols, Trustee of Greenwood, brought in a fine sample of corn on the stalk raised on his farm. Ritner Smith is having the material delivered on the ground with which to repair the fence around his residence. A. C. Terrell, of Millbrook, was in the city yesterday, we. presume attend ing to some law matters in the District court. Frank Strain has returned from Re- publican City where he took his b...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 August 1883

PfflLLIPSBUBft HERALD. PUBLISHED BT Herald Publishing Association. PHILLIPSBUPwG, KANSAS TOPICS OF THE DAT. Hews from Evorywhero. r A late Paris dispatch "says the Chi nes have made reparation for the murder of a "French missionary in Yunnan. Captain Rhodes was at Buffalo on the 22d, but confidence in his intention to swim the whirlpool rapids was waning. The order consolidating the Second and Fourth Iowa and Nevada and Montana EjBvenue Districts went into effect on the 20th. An analyisi3 of bitters made for the "Treasury Department showed that one sample contained eighty-two per cent, of jtvhisky. Small-pox, yellow fever and cholera are reported causing great mortality at various points in Mexico and Central Ameriea. v .' Cetetvayo, the Zulu King, has re covered from his wounds and wants Queen Victoria to investigate the treatment he has received. Twelve decomposed bodies of children were recently discovered in an undertaker's establishment in a suburb of London, Eng. Through conne...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 August 1883

PHILLIPSBUBG HERALD. PUBLISHED BT Herald Publishing Association. THILL1PSBUKG. KANSAS. A RETROSPECT. A o-ood six years ao it wa3 That first I knew Christine, When I was in the Junior class, And she was lust eighteen. Her eyes were fara-e, and brown, and clear, Her hair was golden brijrht; We met at Kurragt'nsett Pier, And I was gone at eight. ' I danjrled at my charmer's feet. And dreamt of marriage bells, T furnished sweets unto the sweet In shape of caramels. The likeness that within them lay For me, I did not spy. For "every hour" fresh were they, And so, alas J , was I. 'That summer time of long ago, How fast it slipped away I .And I adored her more, I know, With each succeeding day. I had to tell her so, at last. How sweet she looked, and fair! "The little breezes, sweeping past, Were playing with her hair. I said if 6he were not my wife 1 knew that I should die; .1 swore I loved her more than life And this waa her reply: "I like you, Jack" her voice was low, Her eyes were down...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 30 August 1883

Phillipsburg Herald. AUGUST 30, 18S3. PUBLICATION NOTICE. First publication August 9, 1883. In Hip District Court iu and for Phil lips County State of Kaiisas ssv John Merkline, Pltfl", vs.) Nelson W CurttfrnNet- j lie Wilkins, Arthur Mc- NOTICE Kinnuy, Lucy Read and I 1 )elos Fuller defendants. J S:til defendants Nelson W Carlton, Nellie AVilk-lrw, Arthur MeKinney, Lucy Read and Delo.s Fuller will take noti'ce that said plaintiff. John Merk line, i lid on the 7'thday of August 18S3 file liis amended petition agaisnt the :-.-ii! defendants setting forth that the said Nelson W Carlton and Clarinda Carlton, his wife, did on the 24th day of November 1879, execute-,, sign and deliver to William L. Gilbertand Hen ry Gay their certain mortgage to the following described real estate situa ted in Phillips, county, JTansas, vi5 The northwest quarter of section eight (S) in township thrce(3) of range nine teen (19,) west of the sixth (6) pvfti.,. containing 100 acres, and that said mortgage w...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 September 1883

FeiLLIPSBURG JtIerald. SPEAK TO THEM THAT THlJy GO FORWARD. - VOLUME V. " ; PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDA Y, SEPTEMBER 6, IS S3. NUMBER 43. 1 ' ' ' ' i ; '. : TCBLISHED EYEEY THURSDAY, BY BISSELL Secret Societies. I. O. O. F. PhiUipf'barir Ledge Ne. 165. meets every Wed nesday. ViaitiDg brethren cordially invited to ftttend. A.Nur.Ksus, ii - . F. T. M. Dutcher, Rec. Secretary. A. F. and A. M. Thillipsburg Lodsa No. 184, meets every Sat urday on or before the full moon. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. J G Uephart, Sec F T M Dctcheb, W M. K. of P. Cre.ent Lodge No 42, meets every Monday jj.ni... Visitin, brethren $? J jakson, K of It and S. G. A. R. Vhiilipaburg Post No 7, meets Saturday after the full moon, Visiting Comrades always wel come. OTBAIS, P C. J W Lowe, Adj. Church Directory. M. E, Church Rev. W.lt. Allen, every al tnrnatM Sabbath at 11. o'clock a- 111. and i o'clock p. m., commencing May b. law. I'reHbvterian : Rev Toseph Prtterson, every tecond and fourth ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 September 1883

PHILLIPSBUBG HERALD. PUBLISHED BT Herald Publishing Association. THILLIPSBUHG. KANSAS. TOPICS OF THE DAY. News from Everywhere. Amono the legacies left by Count de Chambord was a large one tc the Pope. Secretary Folgee arrived in Detroit, Illich., on the 2Sth on the Revenue cutter :Fessenden. The French Ambassador arrived at .Saigon on the 20th with the treaty which was signed at Hue on the 25th. Tiie United States steamship Monoc acy has been ordered back to Corea to continue the series of surveys begun there. Extensive forest fires were raging in the vicinity of Bar Harbor, Maine, on the 28th, and upward of 2,000 acres had burned. Placards appeared in Paris on the 28th inviting citizens to rally to the sup port ot the monarchy under Louis Phil lippe II. . Senator Jones, of Florida, was giv en a public banquet by a number of lead ing citizens of Detroit, Mich., on the even ing of the 28th. Isaac II. Lockwood was convicted in the United States Court at New Haven, Conn., on the 29th,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 September 1883

JHILUPSBURG HERALD. PUBLISHED DT -Herald Publishing Association. Till LL1PS B URG, KANSAS. TWILIGHT. 'Th Sunrise waits behind Heaven's g&tca, Unclosed of lagging Morning:; In shadows slow the world below Fore-greets It, self adorning'. ' The sweet sonr-blrd is rising: heard. The cold, frruy lifrht is pro win?, To herald still on every hill The red Sun's rpyal flowing-. "The still dark nijrht foresees the light Before her heat 6he lends us; And waning far, the dwindling- Btar Its mystic message sends us. " In plowing- pride of prospect wide The firmament uncloses; And wakes to bliss with Btooplng kisa The petals of the roses. The watch dog's sleep, serene and deep, Breaks on the morning's breaking. And pillowed head that mocked the dead lYom dream to work is waking:. " The sons of toil in earth's turmoil Come forth ere day to labor; And lazy wealth outsleeps his health. To compensate his neighbor. "The world of sound springs up around, In murmurs waxing ever; .And wearied men are...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 September 1883

rg Herald, WILLIAM JilSSELL, Editor. AUGUST 30, I8S3. Tcrtx. : The Rkqular Edition of the IIf.r ju.d co tains eight papes.with fix columns to the jage; cuhscriptioa rrieo $1.50 per annum in iterance. Tb . Dollar Edition con:isti of four paired of the regular edition and contains all the Editorial and Local News. Announcements. We are authorozed to annouuee the name of Itltner Smith as a candidate for re-election to the ollice of Register of Deeds, subject co the de ctfion of the Republican county convention. We are authorized to announce the name of J. L. Smith aa candidate tor re-election to the office of Tieasur-.r of Phillips counyt Bubiect to the decision ofthe Republican county conven-iea. 1 hereby announce myself as a candidate for ro-electiou to the office of Sheriff of Phillip County, subject to the action of the Republican county convention. J. li. Woods. Air. Editor: Please announce my name as candidate for the office of county Surveyor sub ject to the decision ofthe votes...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 September 1883

Phillipsliiirg Herald, SEPTEMBER C, 18S3. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE OP ZECAZEsTS.A.S- Governor G. W. Glick. Lieut. Governor.... D. V. Finney. Secretary of State... .....:James Smith. Auditor..... E. P. MeCabe. Treasurer Sam. T. Howe, Supt. Pub. Instruction H. C. Speer. Attorney' General W. A. Johnston. Public Printer.. .T. Dwiht Thatcher. U. S. Senators pb'. PHILLIPS GOUJSTTT. District Jude W. II. Pratt' State Senator Geo. H. Case. Representative John Bissell. Crlc Dist. Court G. A. 8pauldin. County Clerk- J. W. Lowe. Reg'r of Deeds .liitner Smith. Treasurer I....I). L. Smith. Sheriff. '. Tohn Woods. Supt. Pub. Instruction. ..C. A. Lewis. Probate Judge II. C. Spaulding. County Surveyor J. P. Barnard. County Attorney... ...S. "VV. MevElroy. Coroner f 1st Dist, ...II. Moulton. Commis'rs-I 2d Dist, J. II. Close. ( 3d Dist,...L. P. Job r son. Supt. Poor Farm ...I. E. Dixon. District Court sits the fourth Mon day in April and fourth Monday in September in regular session. Commissioners Co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 September 1883

FRANK JAMES AT THE BAR, The Trial of the Notorious Bandit Com men red Opening of the Case by State's Attorney Wallace Testimony for the Prosecution. GAXTiATlN, MO., Aug. 24. After the customary delays incident to tho preparation of an important case for trial, a jury has been secured and the trial of Frank James for the murder of Frank McMillan, incidental to the Winston train robbery, fairly begun. For the better ac commodation of the large crowd in attend ance the trial is being conducted in the Opera House. At eight o'clock this morning Frank James was taken over to the Opera House !y tho SherifT and Judge Goodman was in His seat. Owing to a sudden illness Mr. Wallace, who was to make the opening speech for the State, was late in appearing and the Court was kept waiting for a quar ter of an hour, the large crowd of specta tors growing impatient meanwhile. On the arrival of Mr. Wallace the Court announced that each side would be allowed one hour's time in which to present it3 case...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 September 1883

A Case of Assisted Immigration. A few years ago some thousands of brown-coated, oDtrusive", quarrelsome little natives of the British Isles were assisted11 to cross the Atlantic, and giveD free quarters in many of our American cities. They were low-bred, dirty, ill-tempered little varlets, always ready to eat or to fight. Greedy, jeal ous, restless, they were ready to die of over-feeding rather than see a grain of food, no matter how coarse or iilthy, consumed by any other winged thing. For this reason, it was supposed that the English sparrow might be utilized to do the dirty work which our daintier and more aristocratic native songsters stubbornly refused to perform. First among the useful things expected of this reckless foreign pauper immigrant was that he would clean the woods and fields, the trees and streets of certain pestiferous insects that made war upon the foliage, and converted our parks into leafless haunts for the caterpillar. It was also expected that these myriads o...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 September 1883

Pliillidjurg Herald, SEPTEMIJEK r, i'kvs. Camp Meeting. A Carap Meetinj: nndpr the anpices of the M. E church will be held on Plum Creek ten miles notheast of rhillipsburg. beginning Septpmber 12th to continue one week All are cordially invited to attend; come expecting great things from the Lord. " W. B. Allen. LIVE AfiENTS WANTED. To sell Dr. Chae Kecipes; or infor mation for everybody, in every county in the United States and Canada, En larged by the publisher to 048 pages. It contains over 2.000 household recipes and i3 suited to all classes and condttions of society. A wonderful book and a louehold necessity, it sella at s'ght. Greatest inducements ever offered to book agents. Sample copies sent by mail, postpaid for $2.00. Exclusive ter ritory given. Agents more than double their money. Addres3 Dr. Chase's Steam Printing House, Ann Arbor, .Michigan. aug30m3. The Blood and Liver, is the source of nearly all disease : they are made pure, active and healthy, by using Brown's Sars...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 September 1883

HILLIPSBURGk ; . ...1 : . ' SPEAK TO THEM TiTICY GO FORWARD. " " ' VOLUME Y. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, IS S3. . XUMBER JJL- i ' 1 " i . . j Phillipsburg Herald, PUBLISHED EYEBY THURSDAY, EY WILLtAM BISSEXjIL,. Secret Societies. 1. O. O. F. Phillippknrpr Longe Xe. 165, meets every Wed nesday, Visiting brethren cordially invited to Httend. w. v. Anderson, N- G. F, T. M. Dutcher, Itec. Secretary. A. F. and A. M. VhiHirsburgr Lodpa No. 154, meets every Sat-, wrdii-y on r before t!i full moon. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. J G Gephart, Sec- F T JJutckzk, W M. K. of P. Crcsent Lodtro No 42,' meets every Monday evening, Visitinjr brethren cordially invited to attend. I4.vid Masker G.C. J Jackson, K of Rand S. G. A. R. Phillipsburg Post No 7. meets Saturday after tho full moon, Visiting Comrades always wel come, Fkank Strain, P C. J W Lowe, Adj, Church Directory. M. E, Church Rev. W. R. Allen, every al tiTnate Sabbath at 11 o'clock a- in. and 1) o'clock ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 September 1883

EECB22i : THILLIPSBUEG HERALD. t PUBLISHED BT Herald Publisliinsr Association. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS. TOPICS OF THE DAY. News from Everywhere. Marwood, the British hangman died on the 4th. The Telegrapher's Brotherhood has dissolved connection with the Knights of Labor. Prof. Haulb, an expert in volcanoes, predicts another earthquake at Ischia, Oc tober 15. Professor Varlet, who was elec trician to the first Atlantic Cable Company, died on the 5th. The New York Greenbackers have nominated Rev. Thomas K. Beecher for -Secretary of State. Several groups of French Royalists have-declared in favor of Count de Paris for the succession. Ten- thousand people witnessed the Inauguration of J. Proctor Knott as Gov pernor of Kentucky on the 4th. Sitting Bull has declined the invi tation to visit the Iowa State Fair. He pre fers the safety of the Reservation. Fred. Douglass denies that the -colored convention in Louisville is to be in the interest of President Arthur. The Swiss Government on the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 September 1883

JPHILUPSBURG HEEALDj .. . FCBLISHED BT . Herald Publishing Association. miLLIPSBURG, KANSAS A BOTANICAL LESSOIT. ."Mrs. Professor addresses her class: "'Now, mark well my lecture, each good lad and lass. "Tf you take this small seed and deposit it quite " Far down in the earth away from the light, One Rliirht creen Khnot will nresentlv show 'That the germ has begun to hud, you know." ""Why does it bud?" "Because it draws New life from the earth, by natural laws." ""How does It draw new life, my dear?" "Well, that indeed does not clearly appear; But watch it awhile, and you Khali see . "The email shoot grow to a young rose-treo." "How does it btow?" "Al! yes, the cells Are tilled with sap that steadily swells "Those delicate tissues, and then behold 'The leaf and perfect flower unfold !" ""How does the sap get into the cell?" "'So far the wise men have failed to teU." 'But oh, the wonder that gleams and glows Tn the sweet white miracle of the rose, "Whose every leaf has a velvet side...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 September 1883

PhiliipslMg Herald. , WILLIAM BISSELL, Editor.. SEPTEMBER 13, 1883. Tortus : The Regular E ditios of the IIkr ald contains tight pages with six columns to the page ; subscription price $1.50 per annum in advance The Dollar Emtio consist! of four pages of ti regular edition and contains all tho Editorial and Local News. Announcements. We are autborozed toannouuce the name of Bttnr Smith as a candidate for re-election to tt ofce of Register of Deeds, subject to the de iboa bf the Republioan county convention. "We are authorized to announce the name of D. L. Smith as candidate for re-election to the filee of Treasurer of Phillips counyt subject to the decision ofthe Republican county conven ien. 1 hereby announce myself as a candidate for re-election to the office of Sheriff of Phillips County, subject to the action of the Republican . county convention. J. B. Woods. Mr. Editor: Please announce my name as candidate for the office of county Surveyor sub ject to the decision ofthe votes ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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