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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 September 1883

Philllpsburg Herald. SEPTEMBER 13. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE OP ZEC-AETS-A-S- Governor G. W. Glick. Lieut. Governor D. W. Finney. Secretary of State James Smith. Auditor E. P. McCabe. Treasurer Sam. T. Howe. Supt. Pub. Instruction H. C. Speer. Attorney General...-W. A. Johnston. Public Prihter...T. Dwight Thatcher. TT 0 . J J. J. Ingalls. U.S. Senators jp Bm piumb. PHILIjIPS GOTTJST'JD-Zr. District Judge W. H. Pratt State Senator Geo. H. Case. Representative John Uisseii Cl'K Dist. Court G. A. Spaulding County Clerk....: J. W. Lowe "Rpir'r of Deeds Ititner Smith Treasurer D. L. Smith. Sheriff. John Woods Supt. Pub. Instruction. ..C. A. Lewis. Probate Judge II. C. Spaulding. County Surveyor J. P. Barnard. County Attorney S. W. McElroy. Coroner 1st Dist, H. Moulton. 2d Dist, J. H. Close. 3d Dist,...L. P. Johnson. Supt. Poor Farm I. E. Dixon. District Court sits the fourth Mon day in April and fourth Monday in September in regular session. Commissioners Court sits the first Monday in Ja...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 September 1883

THE JAMES TRIAL. The Trial of the Notorious Bandit Com menced Opening: of tUe Case by State's Attorney Wallace Testimony for the Prosecution. The Defense Attempt to Ftoto an Alibi Testimony Showing that JTranlc James was Not at Winston. THE DEFENSE. GaliiAtts, Mo.', Aug:. 30. ' A few minutea after eiffht o'clock this morn ing Mr. Rush commenced the Opening state ment for the defense. The chief point, he claimed, would be that Frank James was not at Winston. It would be contended that the testimony of an -accomplice was insufficient to convict unless corroborated as to the main facts. The character of Mrs. Bolton and Lid dell, as well as other principal witnesses for the State, would be shown to be such as to render them unworthy of belief. There would be testimony to contradict that of such men as Jonas Potts and Ezra Soule, and a witness would be produced who was on the train that was robbed. The latter would swear that Frank James was not in the car. It should be shown, too, that ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 September 1883

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Beans should never be cultivated while the leaves are wet, and not at all after blossoming, as dirt causes rust of the leaves and "will injure the crop. Cincinnati Times. Jellie Kolls: One teacup of white sugar, one cup of flour, four eggs, one teaspoonful of cream tartar, one-half teaspoonful soda; bake in shallow tins; when done turn bottom side up, spread with jelly and roll up while warm. N.Y. Times. Strawberries vary wonderfully on different soils. The . best way is not to plant much of any particular sort with out first testing its adaptability to the soil and location . There will then be fewer tales of financial disaster and de feat. Exchange. A decorative article that may be made in various ways is shaped like the genuine George "Washington hatchet; it should be of seasoned white wood, and it may be covered with plush, velvet, or satin; it may be painted or embroid ered upon, and it may serve as a frame for a hollywood panel. Since fans still continue to...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 September 1883

i 'hillipsfiarg. Herald. SEPTHMJJKU 33, ISS3 NOTICE. Land Office at Kit-win, Kansas. COO'q Sep't. 5th 1883. Notice is hereby given that the follow ing named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made befo'o the Clerk of the District Court or Tbroate .Judge at Phillipsburg Kaasas, on October, -7th 1883, viz: t. ;. HACKr.rcy, II K No 1CHCA for the a hf nw qr and e hf ne qr section 8, town 4 south, range 18 we.-t. He names the following wit nesses to prove his continuous residence iijk.ii, and cultivation of, said land viz: John Duncan, Henry Duncan, II. IL Nash, Thorns Ray, all of Phillips burg Kans.ii. JOHN BISSELL, Register. G. A. Spaul. ling, atty. ' sl3ol8 PLT J JL U ! ATI ON NOTICE. In the District Court within and for the comity of Phillips in the state of Kansas Jo-eh S. II rut, plaintiff, vs, Matthew f'cott and Henry M. Hatch defeud'ts., Henry M. Hatch will take notice that the said Joseph S. Hart as ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 September 1883

I ! f s - i I i j i 'M 5 i 1 I vLirutiLri Li Mill iiulVhi I -: Li LI L -i ! : i ' ! n v 3 Vol. 2. illipsburg, Kansas, feeptembor 18, 1883. T . ' f- Cily Directory. W.McElroy County Attorney Agent, omce north weft House. and Land ' corner court i life Elroy k McKay Attorney at I Jr-L Land Agents office north side of Law and square. G W. Stinson. Attorney at Law and Land Agent, Office south side Public Square. Cwi Lefllngwell. General west side square. Merchandise, tiesi F. V, nrJ Irt J G Cx ever 3 It Yh the f J W TTuIing fe Bickford, Merchandise and Hard--"ware. BUsell's Uloek, southwest corquare ational Hotel, Charless Dickey proprietor. Ilaat side pnblie square- TU Peling, denier in- Groceries and Prvis V ions, south side pub'yi itquare. , 7")r. 1. F." Mallett. Pbyeician, office in daug -Lgtore, south side pub'ic square. J S Bickford, Dealer in General Mercb an - due, north side public square. Tp oodward fe Davis, Attorneys at Law ' and Realestate Agents office north side public sq...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 September 1883

s 5ntc of 1 iua Co a Karv nr hf l - IS M I'.po J. . O.i In t cow Tom ft II the on t ; pet;' :uid ni.itt thev anti nnd puti the peti jud sa-'d uru thei ;tcn to t thei jinn and teve per of i a fi ant. for upo to v Of 8 nun . entt lyin lips, on ' t "tvhie ya.ii!. sold ouut iorei i,r.-l a1. r: :vnl prcn K. I) . St? "In tl Ilcni W. 1 ucl 1 ru dor, dcvt and :m ' to m atti dav in ri lips Mde' (slit" Hlld" )"rt 8 i the 1 n'uio at vrn !(? sc name IN J,ku, !:. To A j M!. pro J f I) 3 1 tli l K i !. ; i pro v w. : NV C A, No. 10V I into po.U T?il ltcO l.i ; t mi oiM rosidenc FfflLMMG FAIR DULY. HERALD PUBLISHING CO. PH1LLIPSBUKG, - - KANSAS. 77; SWEETEST THING IX PRINT. " The eong you quote is fine," said Hobo To his poet friend Ted O raj', A 'neath the spreading trees they walked One rosy summer day. But oh! thin inorn the gun's first ray Had Just begun to g-lint . I caw the verj' sweetest thing 1 ever saw in print." " Was it in verse or. prose?" asked Ted; " Have you brought it with you?" 44...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 September 1883

p Ben. ftttt Ire J & Ci 6V6! Jit Ph be f Otn, W hi. .J errif 'clo Pr. CO' lte Urr 'elo Pre ferj Unf Si rtk El , Oanbor at c; p Bra lio a. Oils ohn rent, iPhill n. E pablit N. Jo Dairy fquai sr side public srjuare. trI House, E. Alba-h V. A Life-Saving 3IatcJ. "Well, s!r," he begins, there's not much in it. It's nih lifteen veari ago. There wor none tliem block telegnifs and West in' hou se brakes, a nd Pullman i cars on the cut then. It wor just such j .1 dirt' night as this, when the wind wor up and would na be said. . We had a pitch in just at the edge of a viaduct at I the Junction. The shuntin' ingn wor :i col lectin1 her wagons, and she got astride on the facin'-p'ints just as the liuwn slow passenger train came a kockhV into her and bloekin1 both roads. Some said it wor all on account of the signals. Others made it out as it wor cos the lockin'-bar wor out of order. Airy how the Government In spector could not clear it up, although there were any amount of inginers and off...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 September 1883

X. It hf 18 ne II. In G. In to Jo th, on pe :un oti th. an nn ve th. ye jU SSL' U th. ;in to th. an an tei pe to . :i V2 of a. 1 an fo r to of 1111 en Iji ' lip io on Tvfc sai sol l'C 1 11 a'ur 1i n sum pi-5 , S Ha w. uel I dor i'.ct ar. :ui 10 ! :vt 1 d:l ixx . Hp: xil is i 3a (si H1U JiOl f8" t !l niu c 1MX !'.; IK'.I I V j.-vc in 1 1 1 viz C 2 THEMILY HERALD WILLIAM BISSELL, Editor TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1883. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Representative FRANK STRAIN. For County Clerk J. W. LOWE. For County Treasurer D. L. SMITH. For Register of Deeds J. R. SMITH. For County Sheriff JOHN B. WOODS. For County Surveyor W, B. STUBERT. For Coroner O. W. GANDY. For Commissioner, third District THOMAS M. BISHOP. HERE AGAIN. We greet our patrons thi3 morning with Vol. 2, No. 1, of tne Daily Her ald in hopes that our paper may meet with as satisfactory results as last year. In it we shall endeavor to chronicle the events connected with our County Fair, which commences to-day ai;d which b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 September 1883

UTT f! tu 1 SPEAK TO THEM TI3LtV.T THEY C-O FORWARD. VOL UME V. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 18 S3. NUMBER A7 Phiilipsburg Herald. PEBL1SEKD EVERY THURSDAY, BY WHjXjIAIM BISSELIi. Secret Societies. I. O. O. F. Philllpfbargr Ledge Ne. 165, meets every Wed teday, Viuitine brethren cordially invited to uttend. w. W. Andirsoh, N G. I". T. M. Dutcher, Rec. Secretary. A. F. and A. M. Thillipetmri LodgaNo. 184, meets every Kat nrday on or before the full moon. Visiting - brethren cordially invited to attend. J G Gephart, Bee- F T M 1)utche, W M. K. of P. Creent Lodge No 42, meets every, Monday evening, ViBiting brethren eordiaily invited to attend. David MankkbC.C. J Jackson, K of Rand S. G. A. R. Phiilipsburg Post No 7, meet Saturday after the full moon, Visiting Comrades always wel come. Frank oteain, P C. J W Lowe, Adj, Church Directory. M. E, Church Rev. W. R. Albn, every al ternate Sabbath at 11 o'clock a- m. and 7 o'clock p. ru., commencing May 6, 1843. Presbyterian ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 September 1883

SHOCKING DOMESTIC TRAGEDY. Henry J Iileaainr, a Hirer Engineer, Makei a Lt xperate Attempt to K.111 bia Wife, bis l!rother-in-I.aw and End hia Own Life Probable Success of the Tatter Kffoit Mi k. lilesslnsNot Fatally Injured, and the Result in the Caae of the Other Victim Doubtful. St Louis, Mo., Sept. It. AJbout eleven o'clock last night the neigh fa rhood of 1431 Cass avenue was startled ty six shots fired in rapid succession, and a few minutes later Mrs. Ida Blessing, who resides at that number, the family consist ing of Henry J Blessing, his wife and her brother, Wm. F. Thelemann, knocked.at the ioor of her landlord's house, on the ground floor, and when it was opened she handed big son, Henry Eicks, a revolver, saying that her husband had shot her brother and cut his own throat. She did not mention any injuries inflicted upon herself Young Eicks and Tom Foley, a young man who had been attracted by the noise of the shooting, hurried up-stairs. Blessing was jjacing around in the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 September 1883

PniSOXLL A5D KIPERSONAL, i-Miss Came Swam, an actress, has saved seven people from drowning this summer at various seaside resorts, and will get a medal. Chicago Herald. Sherift Clark, of Boston, will noh accept a renomination. During his twenty-eight years' service only one prisoner entrusted to his custody hat escaped from the jaiL Boston Post. Thomas Jefferson's mother is tc have a new granite monument over her grave at Charlottesville, Va. The monument bears this inscription: Jane Randolph, wife of Peter Jeffer son. Borne in London, 1720. Died at Monticello, 177G." The King of Cambodia has created J. A. Ilaldennan, the American Consul General in Siam, a Commander of the Royal Order of Cambodia. This is the second decoration tendered to Mr. Ilalderman during his three years' residence in the East. Rev. Mr. Doolittle, of North Branch, N. J., has adopted a novel plan for making the most of his vaca tions, lie is allowed a month every summer, and is "saving them up" until he has eno...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 September 1883

PhiiliesbDre Herald, WILLI AM B1SSELL, : : : Editor SEPTEMBER 13, ISS3. U Trms: Tbe Rrquub 13 ntTion of the IIee ai.i contains eight pages with fix clumss to the I'iiKo ; Kutifcription iriee $1.50 per annum in ji'lvance. Th Dor. i. a r Edition consists of four iniet of the regulnr edition and contains all the 3'-i i tori.i I nud Local News. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Representative FRANK STRAIN. For County Clerk J.W.LOWE. For County Treasurer D. L. SMITH. For Register of Deeds J. R. SMITH. For County Sheriff JdHN' B. WOODS. For County Surveyor W, B. STUBERT. For Coroner O. W. GANDY. For Commissioner, third District THOMAS M. BISHOP. THE CONVENTION. The Republican of Phillips county met in delegate convention-at the court house at 10 o'clock a. m-t Satur day, September lo. Convention call ed to order by II. S. (J ranger chair man of the countv central committee. On motion V. H. McBride was elect ed chairman, and N. B. McCormick secretary of temporary organization. On motion a comm...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 September 1883

Phiilipsbiirg Herald. " SEPTEMBER 20. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE OF lJJSTSJS. Governor G. W. Glick. Lieut. Governor D. W. Finney. Secretary of State James Smith. Auditor- E. P. McCabe. Treasurer Sam. T. Howe. Supt. Pub. Instruction...-!!. C. Speer. Attorney General...-W. A. Johnston. Public Printer...T. Dwight Thatcher. fj. J. Ingalls. U, S. Senators -jp B piumb. District Judge W. H. Pratt State Senator-....: Geo. II. Case. Pnresentative John Bissell. Crk Dist. Court G. A. Spaulding. County Clerk .J". W. Lowe Re r of Deeds Ritner Smith. Treasurer D. D. Smith. Sheriff. John Woods. Supt. Pub. Instruction. ..C. A. Lewis. Probate Judge.........!!. C. Spaulding. County Surveyor J. P. Barnard. County Attorney S. W. McElroy. Coroner f 1st Dist, H. Moulton. Commls'ra- 2d Dist, J- H. Close. (3d Dist,...L. P. Johnson. Supt. Poor Farm I. E. Dixon. District Court sits the fourth Mon day in April and fourth Monday in September i n regular session . Commissioners Court sits the first Monday in Janu...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 September 1883

PHILLIP3BUBG HERALD. PUBLISHED BT Herald Publishing: Association, THILLIPSBUKG. KANSAS. TOPICS OF THE DAI. Hows from Everywhere. Spain is worried by the discovery of fresh Intrigues in Cuba. Cattle disease is so general in Eng land that only American beef is obtainable in some sections. , . Bogardus and son were beaten on the 11th in a pigeon shoot at Reading, Pa., by Isaac Eckert and Oliver Hinnershitz. ; The chief . Nihilist organ of ' St. Petersburg, which was suppressed 'some months ago, recently resumed publication. m . Houses of Europeans at Canton, China, had been burned by a mob, and for eigners generally were takjng refuge on vessels. The Canadian Government contem plates allowing a sum of money for each child brought into the country through Car dinal Manning's immigration schemes. Prima Donna Perreta, "the night ingale of Mexico,',' died August 20 at Ma zatlanof Tonto fever. Three members of her opera company "died of the same dis ease. TnE National Vinegar Association ha...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 September 1883

THILLIPSBUEOHEEALD. PUBLISHED BT Herald Publishing? Association. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS. TEE MODERN EDIFICE WHICH THE HON. JACK ERECTED. "This is the mansion that quaintly looks Like a crazy collection of crannies and nooks, While the red puinted roof in contrast is seen ".With tho walls of decidedly bilious green. And shady verandas, all darkly complected, "Which surround tho new villa which Jack erected. This is the massive and finely carved door; And the hall with its rich India rug on the floor. Which you see as you enter the cottajjo that looks , Like a crazy collection of crannies and nooks, etc. "This is the brilliant electric liffht. Which plainly reveals to our curious sight ' The carvines upon the massive door, And the hall with its rich India rug on the "Which you see as you enter the cottage that looks m , like a crazy collection of crannies and nooks, etc. This is the furniture, quaint and rare, With a monogram carved on each stately chair, 'Which is seen in the brilliant...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 September 1883

iiiipsborg Herald. SEPTEMBER 20. NOTICE. Izvzd Office at Kirwin, Kansas. GOGIJ SepH, 5th 1883. Notice is hereby given that the follow ing named settler has filed notice of his inteation to make final proof in support of Lis claim, and that said proof will be nia3e before the Clerk of the District Court or Pbroate Judge at Phillipsburg .iKacsas, on October, 27th 1883, viz : . T, G. HACKLEr, II K i7o 1636-i for the s hf nw qr and e hf ne qr section 8, town 4 south, range 8 trest. He names the following wit nesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land viz : John W. Dunc an, Henry Duncan, IL. H. Nasit, Thonas Ray, all of Phillipf , burg Kansas. JO HN BISSELL, Register . G. A. Sparging, 9tty. sl3ol8 NOTICE 'tid Ofiice at Kirwin, -STanfias, t60j5 Sep't. 7th 1883. Notice is hereby given that; the fol-iowing-named settler has filod notice of his intention to make fiival proof in aunoort of bis claim, and tnat said proof will be made before the Register or Rec...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 September 1883

n n nnnafTVrrn -nr j L Li Vol. 2. Philiipsburg, Kansas, September 20, 1883. No. 4. ran i in 1LUM llips'uii riL,L.I-Ai! Seen-' I. ( V Visitinc b n,K of ii ai c tmrs Post ioon, Yifi' e. Adj. Churc t 'hurch abbnth n , m., coiam City I City Directory. O W. McElroy County Attorney and Land - Agent, office north west corner Court House. Hfc Elroy Sc McKay Attorneys at Law and V'-X Land Agents, office north side of square. ri W. Stinson. Attorney at Law and Land U" Agent, Office south side Public Square. nr H. LeSinrwell. General westsicle square. Merchandise, fTnllng Sl Bickford, Merchandise and Hard--Qware. BUsell' Block, south west corquare suiting brf . ational Hotel, Charleea Dickey proprietor. Dutcbcr . ' Ea&t side pnblio square. v TPeling. dealer in Groceries and Previa , ions, south side publio square. r. 1. r. JUaliett. rbysteian. ouce in dauar store, south side pub'ic square. d S-Bickford, Dealer in General Merchan dise, north side public square. TIT oodward & Davis, Atto...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 September 1883

0 I. i; 4i t IT b I .11 1 ft OL. feci mwmm im daily- HERALD PUBLISHING CO. nilLLIPSBUUG, - - KANSAS. THE STARS WON'T WANE AND THE MOON WON'T WAX, 0 I am a poet weird and aJ,- - And life tor me holds nothing- triad. Though I singr such song's as flame and flare Over the wide world everywhere. Famous am I for my wan, wild eyes. And my woeful mien and my heaving1 sigrhs; And lone, ah 1 lone as a bard may be .: For where i9 the woman that rhymes with me? 1 6ing- and the lark is hushe! and mute, And the dry-tcoods clerk forgets his flute; And the uijfht operator at the telegraph stand mothers his harp ia his trembling- hand And raps no longer the hip that halts Ked and raw from the last new waltz, AV'hile ever I wail in a minor key, where ia the woman that rhymes with. me? The pi u miner's daughter, as she reads my song-, Sighs all day and the whole night long For a love like mine and a passion warm As the pulsing- heart of a thunder-storm; And the new grass widow, as vainly, too, Hangs ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 September 1883

on. s"ib s, south f Nick lor 1, ve. nor i li ocxWnr.t & n' anil Kealojitat, ujnnre. ' t. M-r-'iic:' 'elleeiioii ?ca illil'." County l. Hi! A hat ia. th,llllcr.encejj:;tveen the death of a .barbr ;-an J that of a sculp tor? One curls up and dyes ami the other makes faec3 and busts. Terse ai.vo.int of a prize liht in the So(irri; (N; XL.) Sews: "Harry 'Dougherty, our city circulator, broke his i f ml ye?terday afternoon. The Mexican porter at the Sturgis House ! (fell on bis arm. . . - ' , Says an Albuquerque correspon dent: "Let me tell the young men from the East that the cry of 'Young man, go restr.is- ilayed oaV,.uolesi he wants to tas.euxu pick and shovel and work for - tvotullars perfliv and lira on almost nothing.1' Chicago Times. A couple from -Ale:;andria, Scot laini, oame to this country to be mar i.vul. Taey did so because the woman was a deceased wiaV. sister, and thev couhl not be Tiarrieil under the absurd Knglish l.w. This is one solution of Xhe dii.culty. N. Y. Ind...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 September 1883

1 j 1 ; j i I ; U i V I a , C ? THEMILY HERALD WILLIAM BISSELL. Editor- TIIURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1883. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. lor Bepresentative FP.ANK STRAIN. 1'of Count j Clerk J. W. LOWE. ' For County Treasurer D. L. SMITH. For Register of Deed3 J. R. SMITH. For County Sheriff JOHN B. WOODS. For Connly Surveyor W, B. STUBERT. For Coroner Q. W. GANDY. For Commissioner, third District THOMAS M. BISHOP. during the institute session, and a young lady who attended stated to me that she did not hear the association mentioned while thera. I never tried so hard to do my duty. I thiak of the motto of Ken tuckey, United we stand, divided we fall. We the teachers united in purpose could work a wonderful reform in the schools. Is it any light matter, the how we educate boys and girls? I came to the conclusion long ago that I was not the one for President. It will take a broader intellect, deeper feeling, and a stronger will than mine to rouse the'teachers from their lethargy and lead them...

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