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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 October 1883

Pi IT I TpCWtp II . is 1 ii SPEAK TO THICM THAT THEY GO FORWARD. VOL UME F. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDA Y, OCTOBER 18, 1883. NUMBER. 50, Phillinsburg Herald, PEBL1SIIED EVERY IDUSDAY, BY BI8RKLL. Secret Societies. 1. O. O- F. PhtllipeW T,one No. lbs. lneets every Wed bMdny, Visiting brethren cordially invited to F. T. II. Dutcher, Rec. Secretary. A. F. and A. M. PbllHpebur l.odga. No. 184, meets every fnt nnUy on or before the full inoon. Visiting brethren cordially inviieu io mimm. a ".fhart. riec- FT JI Dctchek, W M. K. of P. Orient Lodsre No 42, meet? every Monday frvBlDg. Vieitin brethren cordially in vited to J jaoJuwn, K of R and S. G. A. R. Pbti1irbiirg Tost No 7. meets Saturday after the fall moon, Visiting Comrades always wel- 3 W Lowe, Adj. Church Directory- f v PL.irdi Rv W. It. Allen, every al- .n'nt.' KuLLftth at 11 o'clock a ui. and 7 lok p. im., couiuiencir k May G, 182. Presbyterian : Rev Toner-h Prttrsn, every teeocd and fourth Sabbath at 11 o clecK a. in- Alternn...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 October 1883

PHILLIPSBURG HERALD. PUBLISHED BT Herald Publishing Association. rillLLIPSBUEG, - T KANSAS TOPICS OF THE DAY. Hews from Everywhere. r The President and his Cabinet are all n Washington again. The pacer Johnston made a mile at Chicago on the 9th in 2:10, the fastest har ness record ever known. The Ohio and Iowa women turned out at the polls on the 9th and worked for the temperance amendments. The Rigiit Rev. Augustus Short, Bishop of Adelaide, Australia, is dead. He was born near Exeter, England, in 1S03. Several, merchants and others of In dianapolis, Ind., were victimized on the evening of the 8th by means of forged pos tal notes. The Brooklyn courts have refused a writ to compel the school authorities to admit a colored girl, to a school .for white children. Sergeant Mason's counsel will apply to the President for the full recofds of the case, including the report of the Judge Advocate-General. The British Government will hereaf ter make monthly contracts for carrying the American...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 October 1883

THILLIPSBURG HERALD. : PUBLISHED BT ! Herald Publishing Association., .THILLIPSBURG. KANSAS. THE KENTUCKY P. ACE. TOLD AT THE OLD SETTLERS MEETING. 3Hcv you heard about that famous race o forty y'ars asro, "Way down in Ole Kentucky? "Twuz a rattler don't you know? 7 From Piketon to Paducah.not a feller see that ride :But what laid riphtdown an laughed ha, ha, ha, ha. ba-a-w! till ho cried. "Twas Kive out round in Lexin'ton the race wuz free an' fa'r -Tur eny beast that hed four less an' grew a crop o' ha'r"; An' every chap that hed a nag fur twenty towns wuz thar 'The day it ji?t wuz g-org'us, an the track it wuzn't slow; - The hosses they wuz anxious fur the tussie don't you know! ""When up thar' come a-ridin right afore the race-course full, jAU Itkollur Tt.tTrii.jrvr octorlrlla rn tl nll ' He hed a tin horn in his hand an' epftrs upon bis boots; ..An' sich a yell I never heard ez come from them galoots. ' The fellers on the hoses flunked, an' claimed it wuzn't squar'. 'Thejedpres...

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

ram xj- ,iug.j.Wil)nr:lD Editor CroBEU 18, lhs:;. Trum: The Rk'julak S ditiok ot.the Hut alu contain eight Vujfes with six c luinvs to tha fage ; ulpcriliiu price $t.r0 Her annuu in aUranc. Tb. Dollar Eiit:x eon.'Ut ol ' fur rtt of the rrtulr eJiuou coutstibB all tke Xatlarial uud LkchI News. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. Yor Representative- W. II. McBRIDE. For County Clerk J. W. LOWE. For County Treasurer D. L. SMITH. Tor Register of Deeds J. 11. SMITH. For County Sheriff v JOHN B. WOODS. For County Surveyor W, B. STCBEIIT. For Coroner O. W. CANDY. For Commissionpr, third District THOMAS M. BISHOP. Arrival and Departure of Mails. Mail fHst mid west via. C. U. Mo. pKt ilic It. It., arrives, 5 a. m. ; leaves p. in., daily. Alma and Phillipsburp Arrives 6 . iu., Mondays. Wednesdays and Fri dayn ; leaves 8 n.. in., Tuesdays, TliurstlavH and Saturdays. Lioi:; Island and Phillipsburg Ar rives 1J in. and leaves 1 p. in., on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturadays. Nance and Phillipsburjr Arrives 4...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 October 1883

f" '"' ' "-- .inamT " l.i MKtm . ill l Phillipsburg Herald. QCTQBR1S. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY btate oir ICTSJS- Governor.-....' 9:,WA.G,,Ck' Lieut. Governor D. W. Finney. ISecretnry of State James Smith. Aud.tor: E. P McCabe. Treasurer Sam. T. Howe. Sunt. Pub. Instruction H. C. Speer. Attorney Gene nil W. A. Johnston. Public Printer...T. Dwight Thatcher. ( J. J. Ingalls. U.S. Senators p. B. Plumb. ':i?lLi:i?3 COUN-TyT District Judge. .W. H. Pratf State Senator- . H. Case. vpriitHtive JJin Bissell. tkk Dist. Court G. A. Spauldiiig. County Clerk J. W. Loy. Itejr'r of Deeds Ritner Sm th. ffiur-r D. I- Smith. Sheriff. John Woods. Supt. Pub. lnstruction...C. A. Lewis. Probate Judge H. C. Spaulding. County Purveyor J. 1 Barnard. County Attorney S. W. Mcelroy. Coroner ............... ( 1st Dist ..H. Moulton. orami'r9 2d Dist, -J- H. Close. I 3d Dist,...L. P. Job t son. iiupt. Poor Farm I. E. Dixon. District Court aits the fourth Mon day !u April and fourth Monday in September in regular session...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 October 1883

Curiosities of Blanltolia. There are various points of historic Interest around the city that the casual visitor seldom sees or knows anything about. Fort Rouge, across the Assini boine, is the site of the old red fort, "built as far back as 1734 by Le Veraa dyre, the intrepid explorer of the North west, and from which the Red River subsequently got its name. Silver Heights, a few miles to the west of the cty, is the favorite resort of distin guished tourists to drive to and dine. Sird's Hill, about the same distance to the east, was the refuge of the Selkirk settlers during the great Hood of 1826. Seven Oaks, on the suburbs, is where a desperate battle was fought in 1813 be tween the trappers of the great fur trading companies. But Stony Moun tain, ten miles to the north, is the hap py hunting ground for picnics and all sorts of pleasure parties from the city. Be it remembered that a mountain m Manitoba simply means any kind of ele vation above the surrounding prairie, and Stony Mo...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 October 1883

farm asp norsEnoLD. The best authorities assert that cows should go dry at least six weeks before calving. The potato crop nearly all over the country is reported to be unusually fine. In Eastern Pennsylvania some phonome nal yields are reported. In Bucks County many fields produce three hun dred bushels and more per acre. If the carpet in a bedroom or com mon sitting room looks dusty after it ha3 been thoroughly swept, you can brighten it a good deal by taking a damp mop and dusting with it; a llannel mop is best for this purpose. N. Y. Post. Mush made in this way is excellent: Boil a quart of water. Stir a pint of cold milk with one pint of corn-meal and one tablespoonful of salt. Pour this into the boiling water gradually, and let it all boil for half an hour. Watch it carefully to prevent burning. N. Y. Post. A writer in the New York World says that he had a variety of sweet corn with tall stalks, and ears set high. By selecting only the lowest ears formed on the stalks," regard...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 October 1883

LEGAL. . NOTICE. Land Ofiice at Kirwin, Kansas. 001 Sep't. 5th 1S83. Notice is hereby ivea that the follow ing named pettier has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support jo lis claim, and that said proof will be made before the Clerk of the District Coon or Pbroate Judjre at Phillipsburg Kansas, on October, 27th viz: T. G. HACKLEV, H E No lGSfi-i for the s hf nw qr and e hf ne qr section 8, town 4 south, range 8wet He name the following wit uesed to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land viz: John XV. Dn'ncan, Henry Duncan, II. II. Nrt-h, ,Thomas Hay, ail of Phillips barg Kansas. JOHN BISSELL, Register. G. A. Spauldtng, atty. sl3ol8 State of Kansas," Ollice of county clerk. County of Phillips,) Oct. Gth, 1883. Notice is hereby triven. That on the Cth day of October, 1883, a petition signed by A. Troup and 11 other.-, was presented to the Board of County Com missioner of the county and state afore said praying for the relocation of a ce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 October 1883

'.-.a-.. .t-,--: mrj-rnrr, ir- - .- ' I .11. iL JL JL Jl SPEAK TO THEM THAT TTXT:.' OO FORWAKD. VOLUME V. PHILLIPSB UR G , KANSAS; THUtiSDA Y, OCTOBER Qj ISS3. NUMBER 50. Phillipsbiirg Herald, PUBLISHED EiEEYTIIUSSDAY, . liY Sacrat Societies. 1. O. O. F. - .w u T.Mir Vp.. liVS.tneets every WeJ VUUiDB brethren cordially invited to y, T. il- Dutcber, Rec. Secretary. A. F. and A. M. PbllHiWir I.pda No. 1M, meets every fat BrSii on or betoro the full moon. Visiting Erethren cordially invited J- 1FB w M K. of P. fWnt Lo.ljro No 42, meets every Monday ffiKSS." J jaukion.K of R and S. G. A. R. PhiiliH'burg Po?t No 7. meet? Patiirday after come. ... J W Lowo, Adj. Church Directory. M. K. CWoh-ller. W. It. Allen, every al rnftt. Hubbatb Ht 11. o 'clock a in. und ,H lock p. ui., cowuieucu.g May 0. lft-. Prepbyterian : Rev Toseph Prttor., every Pscondnd fourth Siabbath at 11 o clock a., m Alte?nnro at 8 . m. Alternate at P. ni- Union Sabbath, Sehool.-Every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. in. Presbyte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 October 1883

PHILLIPSBURG HERALD. PUBLISHED BT Herald Publishing Association. rHILLlPSBUHG, KANSAS TOPICS OF THE DAT. Hews from Everywhere. The ilassachusetta Supreme Court Tias given a decision under which it is thought nearly every hotel saloon in the State can be closed. ' TnE defunct Augustinian Society's banking institution of Lawrence, Mass., on the 16th divided $5,500 among the creditors on final settlement. The New York Mercantile Exchange on the 16th denounced the article called butterine" and sold as butter, and took active steps to prevent its further sale. The Northern Pacific Railroad has gone into the tree-planting business on an extensive scale as a shelter fence to keep the snow from drifting upon the tracks. The New York: Fish Commissioners are about to begin the experiment of a hatchery for salt water fish with which to replenish the waters of the North Atlantic coast. A Baltimore Grand Jury, after inves tigating the Tivoli disaster in which sixty five excursionists lost their ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 October 1883

! . PHILLIPSBTJBG HERALD. PUBLISHED BT 3Ierald Publisliinir Association. iTHILLlPSBURG. KANSAS. UNCLE GABE ON THE OLD AND NEW. . T Things is gwinc in sich a mighty gallop nowa ' days M)at 'tis hard to keep de step wid all de hifalu- tln ways. - . , . . . "Why, de wul is srwine too rapid, an' ef people don't hold back, TiDar's frwine to be some burstin up an run- nin' orf de track. As 1 push along de pabement to de eberlastin eho', 7."De thing-s don't look as lubly as dey use to, long: ag-o. "You kin notis how de morkin'-bird, dat start out in de 6pring-, SDon't empty out his music wid de same old handy swing-; ;:De stars don't blink so pretty an' de sky ain't quite so blue, .An' it sort o' 'pears de moon its'ef done svmnk a inch or two. "Well, folks was younger in dem days leas'- ways 'twas so wid me ,An' dese times jes' ain't a patchin to de times dat use to be! " When my strenk begin to fail me an' my step is g-ettin' slow, . Zl lub to stop an' study 'bout de folks I use to know; ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 October 1883

Piiillipstiurg- Herald, WILLLA.MjFIESELL. : :. Editor ClOBKItio, 1SS.J. Turuiri : TUo Ukuulak S ditigx ot the IIkr jH.i co Lt a iu a eight paged with six ctl'aniua to tk ngo ; sulwcripliuu rie fl.50 or annum iu advance. Tb Doi.i.ah Kditibs consist of four pake uf the regular edition u coutaiiid all the LUitoriuI and Local New. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. - - . Jfo Kepresentative-- W. H. McJ?nipE. ,For County Clerk " ' J. W. LOWE. Jor County Treasurer " ; i). Li smith: iFqr Register of Deeds J, It. SMITH. Jfor Qounty Sheriff JOHN 13. WOODS. jFor County Surveyor w, b. sti;im:ut. tFor Coroner O. X. CANDY. V, iJTor Commissioner, third District THOMAS M. BISHOP. Tax Sale Notice. Notice is hereby given, that I will sell tut public auction at my oiiice in Phillips burg, on the 2'Jth day of October, 18rfo, and the next succeeding, days thereafter the following lands and town lots, situ ated in Phillips county, Kans., or so much thereoff as may , be necessary to pay the taxes arid charges ther...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 October 1883

Pniliipsirg Herald. OCTO hiiR 25. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY Governor Lieut. Governor... Secretary of State. Auditor ......G. W. Glick. ..D. W. Finney. ....James Smith. ...E. P. McCabe. ..Bam. T. Howe. Supt. Puh. Instruction. ....H. C. Bpeer. Attorney (Jeneral v . A. Johnston. Public Printer.. .T. Dwight Thatcher. tt a j. . f .J. J.- Jngalls. U.S. Senators .....j, J vfuxuly District Jud-e.... Htate Senator...... v p 1 ene n 1 a t i ve . .. . K Dint. Court.. County Clerk Hejf'r'of Deeds...,. TrraHurer... '. r rifF... , V. H. Pratf C'l'o. II. ('axe. John Jlissell. ..(J. A. Spaulding. J. V. Lowe. Kitner Smith. ..1). L. Smith. John W(KuIi Supt. Pub. Instruction. ..C. A. Lewis. Probate J udge.. ........ H. C Spauldinur. County Survevoi J. P. Barnard. County Attorney S. W. McKhoy. Coroner f 1st Dist, H. .Moulton. Commu'rs Dist,.... H. Close. I 3d Dist, ...I,. 1. Join son. Supt. Poor Farm.... I. K. Dixon. Distiiet Court nits the fourth Mon day in April and fourth Monday in September in regular ses...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 October 1883

Hearts Which Ache. There is something grimly humorous labout a man havings his pocket picked r his watch lifted, -and. although it may Seave him among strangers a hundred miles from home and not a shilling to jturn with, he meets with the same treat ment received by the man who comes clowi "kerchunk" on an icy corner. During the present State Fair week yic 4,1 ms have been numerous and comprised jail classes, though the innocent old farmer has suffered most When a coun try merchant has his wallet lifted he irst gives himself away by calling out, as oon as the discovery is made: 'Egad! I've been robbed! - yes, sir; I've Tiad my pocket picked of '$60. .Yes egad yes, sir; they've -gone through me!' About the time people begin to crowd around him he realizes that the r"joke" will reach his town and be thrown at him all winter. He also re members that there are merchants in the city who-will lend him money to get jhonie on, and he all at once grows mum jand pretends to remember that he l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 October 1883

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Allow no weeds to go to seed in fence comers and around farm build ings. Mow and burn them. Exchange. A nut that has got msty on a wagon or plough will start easily if kerosene is poured on it and allowed to stand a short time. If it does not start at once give the nut a sharp blow and pour on a little more oil. N. Y. Herald. t The Farm, Field and Fireside. states that when turnips; potatoes and other vegetables are chopped finely and fed to fowls they will sometimes be refused; but the difficulty can be obviated by sprinkling the vegetables with corn meal. One of the great secrets in poultry keeping is colonization; separate the cockerels from the pullets, and pullets from the hens, one llock. of hens from another, large chicks from small ones, and by these divisions you every time increase your chances of success, and avert many catastrophes that would surely befall one great flock together. N. Y. Poultry Bulletin. Very handsome wall pockets, to bold papers, ar...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 October 1883

LEGAL. NOTICE. Land Office at Kirwin, Kansas. 6001 Sep't. ,rth 18K3: Notice is hereby given that the follow ing named settler has filed notice of his Intention to make final proof in support o his claim, aod that said proof will be made before the Clerk of the District ourt or Pbroate Judge at Phillipsburg Kansas, on October, 27th 188 3, viz: T, G.1IACKLEV, TI E No 16864 for the s hf nw qr and e hf ne qr section 8, town 4 south, range IS west He names the following wit-ie-te3 to prove his continuous residence upon, ana cultivation of, said land viz : John W. Duncan, Henry Duncan, II. II. Naah, Thomas It ay, ail of Phillips burg Kansas. JOHN BISSELL, Register. G. A. Spaulding, atty. sltfolH- State of Kansas') Office of county S clerk. County of Phillies,') : Oct. . Cthr 1883. Notice is hereby sriven. That on the 6th dav. of. October,' 1883, a petition signed by A. .Tronw and 11 others, was presented" to the Hoard of County Com missioners of the county and state afoie eaid praying for...

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

I on BURG iL-JiJLJl J ji j jLal k y :pela.I to thb:m: that TSximr oo forward. "'-. VOLUME V. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, IS 88. f NUMBER 51. - ' ; ' " 1 : . Piiillipsburg Herald. PESLISHED EVERY IHCRSD1I, BY WILLIAM BISSELL. BriB7Tnlif'"' '" "Ti" "i r i i a Sacret Societies. I. O. O. F. rbllliwWpLcaie Ne. 165. meets every Wed- day Viaitiov brethren cordially invited to JUud. w w Andkrsox, N. (. P. T. il. Duteher, Tiee. Secretary. A. F. and A. M. PhHtlpsbur Lodga. No. 1S4, meets every ?at onlny on or before the full moon. ViMting brethren cordially invited to attend. 4 U Gephart, V T M Dctchk, W M. K. of P. Credent Lodjre No 42, meets every Monday evening. Viaitinc brethren cordially invited to attend. , Dtio MakkerC.C. J Jackson, K of R and S. G. A. R. PhiilipfWtc Post No 7, ineof Saturday after the full moon, Yisitine Comnides alway wel come Frank -stkain, P C. J W Lowe, Adj. Church Directory. M. E. Church Iter. W. R. Allen, every al ternate Sabbath at 11 o'clock a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 November 1883

PHILLIPSBURG HERALD. PUBLISHED BT Herald Publishing Association. PIIILLIPSBUKG. KANSAS. TOPICS OF THE DAY. ricws from Every whore. TnE Marquis of Lansdowne was duly tworn in as Governor-General of Canada on the 23d. It is reported that oil has been dis covered on the Island of Conanicut, off the 2STev England coast. Hamilton County, O., cast a- vote of C0,6oG at the late election, of which only 8,402 were in favor of the Prohibitory amendment. Lieutenant Viand the French ofll- cer who told about the atrocities of the French sailors at the taking of Hue, has been retired. Cardinal, Manning thinks the Pope lias shown much willingness to meet Bis marck's advances, and that Bismarck is anxious for a reconciliation. Secretary Folger has made requi sition on the Civil Service Commission for five men to fill $900 clerkships which have been usually filled by women. The Attorney-General of Pennsylva nia has begun proceedings to compel the Sinking Fund Commissioners to invest the sinking fund...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 November 1883

THILLIP3BURG HEEALD. . PUBLISHED ST ' Herald Publishing: Association. I'llILLlPSBURG, KANSAS. WHAT HE r TOLD ME AT THE . STILE, 1.7 It was the day before he went ' To join bis ship, a Sabbath day; 'Tti uir was fragrant with the scent That came from fields of new-mown hay. 'Y.'hcr. church was out, I know not why I jxiused a moment at the door; ' He did not bow and pass me by As he had often done before. '. But, cominjr straight to where I stood. He asked if he niisrht see me home; . And o'er the field and through the wood A happy hour we two did roam. "We plucked the poppies in the field. And in the wood we gathered ferns, Z'Eut half his thought he kept concealed Like hidden lire that smouldering burns. " But when we reached the stile that crowns The hill above my father's farm, .".Even us a sinking man that drowns , lie seized me quickly by the arnx. . And as I stood with bated breath, , $ Not knowing what to io or say. lie toM his love, and said till death My face would be his star...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 November 1883

PhiHipsburg Herald. WILLIAM BISSELL. Editor NOVEMBER 1, 18S3. Triuit: The Keuuhr S onto ot the Use l.u coutAitid eitfUc ptce v i'.a MX c luin. to tho ; Mihrcripliwu priuu l.5i kr aiu.ua in ttUvntlCf. Ill 1I,!,aK KdITIO COII.'UiL ul iuUT j-bt ot thf rei;ul:il bJltlun Oi.v oiulatid nil thw Kdltorial ivitii Local ev. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Representative - W. H. McBRIDE. For County Clerk J. V. LOWE. For County Treasurer D. L, SMITH. For Register of Deods J, It. SMITH. For County Sheriff ' JOHN B. WOODS. For County Surveyor W, B. STUBEltT. For Coroner O. VT. GANDY. Tor Commissioner, third District THOMAS M. BISHOP. Arrival and Doparturo of Mall3. Mail vast i'.ihI v.vst via. C. B. Mo. Pacific 11. It., arrives, 5 a. m. ; leaves p. m., daily. Alniit and Phillipsburg Arrive? o . in., Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri dnys; leaves 8 . in., Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Long Island and Phiilipsburg Ar rives U m. and leaves 1 p. in., on Tuesdays. Thursdays and Sat u radars. Nance and Pli...

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