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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 November 1883

Piiillipsbii'rg Herald. .NOVEMBER 1. OFFICIAL, DIRECTORY borerhor..:..:.:...: .... ..G. W. Click. Luut. Governor D. W. Finney. Secretary of State.... James Smith. Auditor E. P. MeCabe. Treasurer...:....: Sam. T. Howe. Bupt. Pub. Instruction II. C. Speer. Attorney General...-W. A. Johnston. rublic Printer...T. Dwipht Thatcher. tt a a t. f J. J. Ingalls. U.S. Senators y 1 puu,b. PH1LLIP3 cotrosrT-z-. District Judge W. H. Pratt- Ha; Senator Geo. H. Case. Vopreswtitative John Iiis.sell. Ck Dist. Court G. A. Hpaulding. County Clerk J. W. Lowe. .Pfr'r of Dmia- ..Ititner Smith. Treasurer. 1- - nim. Sheriff. ' John Woods. .Hupt. Pub. Instruction. ..C. A. Lewis - Probate Judge II. C. Ppaulding. County Surveyor J. P. Barnard. .County Attorney S. W McElroy. Coroner ....... V ( lt Dist, -II. Moulton. J '! 1 1 i sit J. H. CIo.se. ;" ( 3d Dist,...I,. P. Johnson. fciupt. Poor Farm I. IS- Dixon. 'iHtrict Court sit the. fourth Mon 5 day in April Hd furtli Monday in . September in regular session. Co...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 November 1883

Tlie Unforgotten Dead. A florist who has for years been estab lished near the main entrance of Green "wood Cemetery 6aid a few days ago: "I have in my charge 400 or 500 cem etery lots, most of which I have for nineteen years had to keep in handsome condition, and upon nearly all of which I have been required from time to time to place floral remembrances. I have men whose duty it is to examine daily the list of remembrances for that day and carry out the instructions given us. Upon one mound will be laid a wreath or pillow of flowers bearing the word "Wife" or "Mother;" upon another Husband" or ''Father." In one place a bouquet will be left, often comprised entirely of certain specified flowers. Sometimes a vault must be opened and beautiful floral pieces placed inside upon particular Collins. The utmost care is exercised to make sure that these com missions are never neglected. Many people visit with great regularity the graves of their lost ones. One gentle man, a wealthy business...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 November 1883

j J Hi ! v 'if i .-I i it j II I ( What Suprrta tlie Parisians. An analysis of the population c? Paris, just published, ivs very singu lar statistics a-s to the inhabitants of the rayest city in Eur ope. it seems also, for its size, to be the most industrious. The proportion, in which the working classes excaccl those who live on their own incoxe3 is the more remarkable as Paris is the recognized center of expen diture and extravagance for all France. There are no cities that hold to the cap ital the same relative position that Liv erpool, Manchester and Birmingham occupy relatively to London. More than half a million Parisians are em ployed in commerce, trade, and bank ing operations, while of the arti-an class there arc considerably more than 1,250, 000. The. liberal professions seem to oc cupy but a small proportion. All corn lined do not amount to 200,000, and in the subdivisions the prominence is quite different from what it would be with us. Tho gieat majority are in the publi...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 November 1883

Sale of School Lands. Nfitiee is hereby tfiveri that the fol l wiii dcsciibvd school luijd .situated in Phillip county iuuisas will be of Vred Tor sale to the highest bidder, at flic Treasurer otfice, in the city of J'liiUjfsbur, on Saturday November 10;h 1H83, between the hours of 10 VU.k um and 3 o'clock p.ni to-wit: Tiie pe of the riw appraised At $3.25. Taenwiof thenw do at 13.25 The e J of the nw ' do at $3.00 The sv of the nw oo at $3.25 ill in section 36, town 3, range 17 west. . L. &;ith, Treasurer, Phillios Co., Kas. Purify the Blood now! It Is not Claimed That Brown's Sarsaparilla and Dan delion, with Xodide of Potassium, will jeure. every disease, but it has been prov en in a thousand fjasea that no other remedy can compare witn it in curing $crofula, Tumors, Kidney Diseases, Ul jcers, lUieumatism, Cancers, Dyspepsia, Fever Sores, Syphilitic Diseses, Boils, Constipation, Erysipjalas, Sick Head ache, Salt Rheum, why is Brown'3 Sar saparilla best for curing these diseas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 November 1883

PlrllLLIPSBURG II IT: . : ini TO AT 71 SPEAK TO .THIUM: THAT THEY GO FORWAUD, VOLUME V. PHILLIPSBURG, ' KANSAS, THURSDA Y, NOVEMBER 8, 1883. NUMBER. 52. Piiillipsburg Herald. PUBLISHED EYEEI THURSDAY, BY WILL.IAM BISSELL. Secret Societies. I. O. O. F. . PhuTippburi? Ledge Ne. 165,uieets every Wed nesday. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. w. W. Andkrsos, N O. F, T. M. Dutcher, Rec. Secretary. A. F. and A. M. Philllpsbar Lodfta No. 14, meets every Sat urday on or before the full moon. Visiting trethren oordially invited to atteud. J ti Gephart, Sec F T M Dutches, W M. K. of P. CreneDt Lodne No 42, meets every Monday evening. Visiting brethren cordially invited to nttend. D.VIO MankeeO.C. J jocksan, K ofR and S. G. A. R. Phillipfburg Post No 7, meeta Saturday after the full moon, Visiting Comrades always wel come. Frank strain, P C. J W Lowe, Adj. Church Directory. M. E. Church llev. W. It. Allen, every al ternate Sabbath at 11 o'clock a m. and t o'clock p. in., commencir ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 November 1883

A GEEAT UPHEAVAL. Ear tliquake Terror In Asia Minor The Ancient City of Smyrna Shaken to Its Very l"o initiations Its Famau Mali Demolished and Buildings Old as 2ILstory in lluins The Neighboring Hills Violently Shaken and the Face of the Country Changed Great IjOss of Life, and Untold Suffering: the Result The Jutire Popnlation of Asia Minor in a Condition of Terror. Constantinople, Oct. 29. The earthquake shock experienced at Emjma yesterday was far more serious titan was reported in fact no idea at all of the disaster has been conveyed to the "United Staves by the mager reports sent oat. In fact this has been the case concern ing the series of upheavals of nature that Jutve been going on in this quarter of the "world, .Urer since the great earthquake of two weeks ago there has been a constantly re curring succession of shocks in all direc "tions from this city, making a circle of arthquakes of which Constantinople seems -to be the geographical center, yet the cen ter has not been...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 November 1883

OF GENERAL INTEREST. The sum of $25,000 lias been raised for a monument to Robert E. Lee. N. Y. Sun. "Yes, I'm a cop, and I've several little copies." remarked the policeman. X. Y. Mail. A Brooklyn man has run away f ron, his wife for the fourth time, leaving a note stating that this is postively his farewell tour. Brooklyn (N. Y.J Eagle. The first white labor ever employed on a South Florida railroad glistens ic the shape of thirty Irishmen at work on the International Railroacl. Detroit A Penobscot (Me.,) lumbermai. saj s be and another man picked 2,700 pounds of spruce gum in three days last winter, only taking what they could reach from the ground. Frofessor Paul Passey, of Paris, says the United States is the dullest country he ever visited. He probably didn't go out and interview the cow boys. Chicaqo Herald. Some workmen, while cleaning out an old well at Lockeford, Cal., found six hundred dollars in twenty-dollar gold pieces among the refuse at the bottom. San Francisco Call...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 November 1883

Phillipsburg Herald. WILLIAM ilSSELL. Editor NOVEMBER 6. 1883. ArrJval and Departure of Mails. Mail east and west via. C. J5. Mo. Pacific li. It., arrives, u a. uu ; leaves 1. in., daily. Alma ami Phillipbur'r Arijvea 6 1. rn., Monday's, Wednesdays and Fri days; leaves S m., Tuesdays, Thursdays and .Saturdays: Loi: island and PhjllipsJUurg Ar rives 1- in. and leaves 1 p. m., u TuecMiays, Thursdays and Saturadajs. Nance and I'll i 1 1 f isJ r- Arrives 4 p. m., Tuesdays and Fridays ; leaves Ba. in., Wednesdays and 'Saturdays. WaffiierivilJc aud Phillipsburg Ar rives li p. in. aud leaves ii p. in. on Tuesdays Saturdays.. Post-Otlice Honrs Opens 7:30 a.m. oloses 1:)() j. in. Sundays opens 0 3k, ill. and S.. in., closes 10 a. iu. aod J9 p. m. rdoiu-y ordcv b lysine." oi')-jes jtX t p. in. No money oivier or regis ter letter business transacted Sunday. H. C. SiwuLmxa, P. M. Now that the cruel war is over, and the frentle zephers have wafted the dust and smoke of the fray from the Held of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 November 1883

Piiillipsburg Herald. ;i . NOVEMBER S. - OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE OP-KAlTSAS. governor ..... G. W. Click. IKUt. Covernor .D: W. Finney. Secretary of State .".J nines Smith. Auddor E. IV. McCabe. Treasurer Sum. T. Howe. Stipt. Pub. Instruction II. C.iSpeer. Attoymv General W. A. John-ton. Public Printer.. .T. Dwirht Thatcher. ,t o , f J. J. 1 trails. U. b. hcmdors --p. b. Plumb. "J? F.5I.LXJrJX33 CO CTJSn? "5T. District Jud-c W. H. Pratf tate Senator Geo. II. Cf;e. V "pres'-ntative John Bi-i.-t-H. C'k Dift. Court G. A. Spauh'.biir. ;.unty Clerk I. Yv Lmw.- SU-g'r of Deeds Kitnef' S. Treasurer D. L. SitiiU. Sheritt'... Ih Woods. Supt. Pub. Instruction. ..C. A. Lewis. Probate Judge II. C. Spauldin. County Surveyor J. P. Barnard. County Attorney H. W. McElroy. Coroner ( 1st Dist, H. Moulton. Comniia'ra-I 2d Dist J. II. Close. I ttd Dist,...L. P. Johr son. iiupt. Poor Furm I. E. Dixon. District Court sita the fourth Mon day 1m April and fourth Monday in September in regular session. Comm...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 November 1883

THILLIP3BTTRG HEBALD. PUBLISHED BT ' Herald Publishing Association, rillLLIPSBURG, KANSAS . TOPICS OF THE DAY. News from Everywhere. A filibustering expedition from the "United States is reported to have landed in Cuba. A report is published in Paris that De Brazza, the Congo explorer, had been killed in a fight. A brokerage system of furnishing Chinese emigrants traders' certificates has been discovered at Canton. A court of inquiry to investigate -the causes of failure of the Greely relief expedition has been ordered. It is said the King .of Portugal con templates abdicating on account of the worry of Liberal agitation. Cholera is again becoming general In Egypt, and a panic has resulted. There were twelve deaths at Alexandria on the 27th. . The wool-growers of "Washington Territory have formed an association, and will work for the restoration of the tariff on wool. Commodore A. C. Hiiind has been promoted to the rank of Rear-Admiral, and Captain John II. Russell is made Commo dor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 November 1883

1 1 naminwwiw JHILLIP.SBURG HERALD. '" " PUBLISHED BT Jlerald Publishing: Association, 3?IIILLIPSBUItG. KANSAS. -4 TP AO ED Y IN PAST PA It TIC I- PLES. ?hovIrtfr how easily tho Entrlish lanjruasre maj' be simplified by eliminating: verbal ir-Teularities-J "Fally Salt.ro she was n. teacher and tauarht. And her friend Charley Church was a preacher who praiisht. Though his tViends all called him a screecher who scraug-ht. . His heart, when he saw her, kept sinking and sunk. And his eye, meeting hers, kept winking1 and wimk: "While she, in turn, fell to thinking andthunk: And hastened to woo her, and sweetly he wooed. i "For his love grew until to a mountain it RTCWCil, And what he was longing: to do, then he dooed. Tn secret he wanted to speak, and ho spoke, "To seek with his lips what hi3 heart long- had eoke; So he managed to let the truth leak and it loke. " JTo asked her to ride to church, and they rode; 'They po sweetly did Klide that they both thought they plode. .And they camQ ...

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

Sale of School Lands. Notice is herebj jriven that the fol lowing tlesciibed .scliool land situated in Phillips county Ansa3 will le oi l'efed for sale to the highest bidder, at the Treasurers office, in the city of Philliwburfr, on Saturday November 3()th 188., between the hours ot" 10 o'clock a-ni and 'i o'clock n.ni. to-wit: The ne J or' the nv .' ajirais-d at $:.2. Thenw J of the nw do at $:i.'S The e of the nw lo at The sw j of the n w j x sit all in section :ifi, town 8, ran ire 17 west. 1). Ij. Smitji, Treasurer, Phi Hi us Co., Kas. Purify the Blood now! It Is not Claimed ThatTrowu's Sarsaparilla and Dan delion, with Iodide of Potassium, wi 1 cure every dl-eae, bat it has beeu prov en in a thousand eases that no other remedy can compare witn it in curing Scrofula, Tumors, Kidney Diseases, Ul cers, Uheumatim, Cancers, lJyspepsia, Fever Sores, iS phil'nie Disuses, Boils, Constipation, Jrij'e'as, Sick Ilead a he, fcia.lt llheum, w try. is lhown's Sar baparilia best f.r cuiing th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 November 1883

Y 1 1 m "XT ' "TT TT Ji. Ji tO rrs r -.jW-jJ ' - . . , ; : . 8PEAKTO THEM THAT THEY G-O FORWARD. VOLUME VI. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSBA Y, NO V EMBER 15, 1888. '. . NUMBER 1. T 1 . A- f : Fiiillipsbiirg Horald. Pt'ELlSHED EURI TBCRSD1Y, by . WILLIAM BI8SKLL. Secret Societies. I. O. O. F. fbilltpeburK Looge Xe. 163, meets every tVert teUy. VUit'iDg brethren cordially invited to uttend. u' w. Andkksck, N- u. V. T. M. Datcher. Rec. Secretary. - . A. F. and A. Ni. Pbillipsbarjc Lodpo No. 1M. meet evjry.Cat onlny on or before the full tnoon. Vmtinp brethren cortl'mtly invited toattemi. Ju Ebufcaw,. FTM DfTCHF-a, W M. K. of P. Crenent Lodire No 42, meets every. Monday venirit. ViaitioK brethren cordially invited to 'n1 ro , VII ilASKKRO.C. J Jackson, k of Rand S. G. A. R. rhiiliburic Post No 7. meets Saturday after the full moon, Visiting Comrades al way wel come, Fiuxk otkain, P C. J W Lowe. Adj. Church Directory. M. E, Church Kev. W. R. Allen, every al ternate Sabbath at 11 o'clock a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 November 1883

Cattle Rancnln? In South America The native ranchero3 of South Amer ica are, as a rule, an amiable and quiet Trace, whether. creoie or half-breed; their wants are few, their tastes simple, and their vices insignificant. They breed Tast families of children and are indul jgcnt, .though somewhat whimsical par ents and masters. However rich they may be in their flocks, they are generally joor in purse, for they kill or sell their tock only to meet their needs. A man on the South American plains 13 said to "be worth not so much money but so many head of cattle, and it is his' pride to add to the count. He keeps a regular census of his herds y perforated boards into which pegs :are stuck. Some ranches have their walls almost covered with these boards, and the master will keep pegging them op as if he was engaged in a game of ribbage with nature, and constantly winning. As a rule each peg represents a single animal. We only found one xanch where the count was kept with pegs for the thousa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 November 1883

PERSONAL AND BIPEIISONAL. J ulian Hawthorne's daughter, eleven years of age, runs a mile in seven min utes three times a week for exercise. Chicago Times. Youn Dick Tweed, son of the dead Boss, after several years of penury and dissipation, is now in an insanei asylum m Paris. N. Y. Sim. ' The widow of Prof. Samuel F. B. Morse, the inventor of the telegraph, lives with her children in an elegant rural home in the supurbs of Pough keepsie, N. Y. At Chambersburg, Me., Miss Goffe, standing before a mirror, cut her throat with a razor, and turning to some lady friends in the room smiled sweetly and died. Boston Post. Kate Thompson, of Chicago, in her Edition for divorce, declares that her usband, Melvin A. Thompson, ha3 cuffed her ears so much during the ten years of married life that he made her partially deaf. Chicago News. Mrs. SalmenEno, mother of Amos R. Eno, the New York millionaire, died in New Britain, Conn., recently, aged ninety-nine, in the first hour of her one - hundredth y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 November 1883

Rlipeliurg Hero!! VVLLLLAM .IS E1L. Editor NOVEMBER IS,-1883. Trii: TLe Reuulae K DjTtei of the Ur.t iLD aoataisa eight pagei with 'tx clurnus to tfe auWcriptioii riee $1.50 Mr annum in .adraaee.' Tbt Dollar Hoin& consist! of far ge of the regular edition ana eoataica all tka .Kaitarial and Local &ewa. Arrival arid Departure of Malls Mail east and vet via. C. B. Mo. P&ci&c R. R.t arrives, 5 a. m. ; leaves p. m., daily. Alrua and Phillipsbur; Arrives 6 .p. m., Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days ; leaves 8 h. m., Tuesdays, Thursday's and Saturdays. Long Island and Phillipsburg Ar rives 1 2 hi. and leaves 1 p. in., on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturadajs. r Nance and ' Philli pa burj; Arrives 4 p, m., Tuesday's and Fridays : leaves 5 a.m., Wednesdays and Saturdays. Wajjuersville and Phillipsburg Ar rives 2 p. in. and leaves 3 p. in. on Tuesdays Saturdays. Post-Office Hours Opens 7:30 a. m. closes 9;00 p. in. Sundays opens 9 a. m. auds p. m , closes 10 a. m. and p. in. Money...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 November 1883

Fiiillipsliurg ' 'Herald. NOVEMBER 15. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY STATE OZB1 ICAITSAS. Oovernor.; W.Glick. 3,kut. Governor :..D. W. Finney. Secret a ryof State....--...". James Smith. .Auditor!.:...... E. P. McCabe. Treasurer.. Bam. T. Howe. Sunt. Pub. Instruction H. C. bpeer.. Attorney General W. A. Johnston. Public Pri titer.. .T. Dwiht Thatcher. (J. J. Instills. U. S. Senators lP B plumb. JEILLIri3 G31T"TY. District .Tudjje. .W. H. Pratf State Senator... Geo. H. Case. Vprfvcntative John Bisaell. L. k'Dist. Court.... ..G. A. .Spaulding. .mity Clerk...........: J. W. Lowe. ltei?'r of Deeds....: Ititner Smith. Treasurer I- L. Smith. Sheriff. Tohn v oods. hSupt. Pub. Instruction. ..C. A. Lewis. Probate Judge....' H. C- Spauldinp. County Surveyor .J. 1. Barnard. County Attorney S. W. McElroy. Coroner " I l.st Dist, H. Moulton. 2d Dist J- H. Close. :id Dist,...L. P. J oh r son. fcSimt.. lmr Farm I. E. Dixon. ri, f Pnirt aita tli fourth Moil j - . . day in April and fourth Monday iu September i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 November 1883

THILHPSBUEGHERALD. PUBLISHED BT Jtferald Publishing Association. rillLLIPSBURG, KANSAS. TOPICS OF. THE DAT. FJows from Everywhere. r - ' Tiie London Times says there Is no occasion to depart from the usual rule and allow American counsel to defend O'Don nelL' . Admiral Codrbet has been in structed to push the campaign in Tonquin and make the Chinese Government show its hand. The Chinese Government will indorse the course of Marquis Tseng. The latter says in the event of war Anam will be the ally of China. Chief-Justice Coleridge has had a conference with leading members of the London bar regarding methods of practice in England and America. , The officers appointed as a court "of Inquiry to investigate matters relating to the Proteus disaster were notified to meet at Washington on the 8th. The Federal Court in San Francisco intimates that Chinamen formerly resi dents, who left prior to the issuance of re turn certificates, are entitled to land. It is reported from Portland, Oregon, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 November 1883

PaiLLIPSBUflG- HERALD. PUBLISHSD BT Herald Publishing Association. PIIILLIPSBURG, KAUSA3. BY THE WASHES. TTe stood for a little tog-ether, . The water kissing-our feet: . JVround ua giowed grlad bright weather; The morning and you were sweet. 71 thoujrht, as you stood there dreaming-, 'Twas you that lighted the day; And the water, glancing- and gleaming And hurrying ever away, "Vocal with brief light laughter. As past you it fled to the sea, ;Seemed to linger a little, and after I think it agreed with me. ZFlushed with the wind and glowing, Silent you stood awhile, ' Hair In the sunlight blowinj Smiling a dreamy 6mile. The water sang: "Love is a treasure-" "A treasure," my soull-epjied; . And the pain of it and the pleasure. Sweeter than all beside." . And I saw the wavelets glitter, Glad but to kiss your feet; . And the wind sang: "Life may be bitter, Rut loving can make It sweet." And she laughed and loitered around you. Surely finding you fair; . .And the merry sun kissed and cro...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 November 1883

Purify the Dlood now! It Is not Claimed That Brown's Sarsaparilla and Dan delion, with Iodid8 ol Potassium, will cure every disease, but it hzs been prov en in a thousand case that no other remedy can compare witn. it in curing Scrofula, Tumors, Kidney Diseases, Ul cers, Rheumatism, Cancers, Dyspepsia, Fever Sores, Syphilitic Diseses, Boils, Constipation, Erysipelas, Sick Head ache, Salt Rheum, why is Brown's Sar saparilla best for curing these diseases? Because it purifies the blood, corrects inaction of the Liver and Kidneys, and cures constipation and dyspesia by giv ing tone to the stomach so that all food is readily digested. Use only the best medicines. H. C. Sprague and I. F. Mallett sell BROWN'S SARSAPARILLA. NOTICE. Land office at Kirwin, Kansas. (6210) Oct. 19,. 1883. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settler ha filed notice of his intention to make final proof in sup port of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the clerk District CourtJorJProba...

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