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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 January 1884

PilipsJjurg Herald. ' JANUARY 17. Secret Societies. l.O. O. F. ffellltptHtirff Lodge No. 165. meets evVry Wed K4r. VUitla brethren cordially invited to ttad. W. vC. ADaso, G. 3f. ?. li. Ditcher, Reo. "see'y. A. F. and A. M. PbHlipslrir lolge number 1M. meets every fjturday en ri before he fall moon, vicittug 4ttbrn cordially Invited to attend. J. 0- (ithaxt.es'y. K. T. Dutchek, VV SI. K. of P. ffreteot Lodfro oubrr 42. meets every Mon day evenintf. V'wUiag brethren cordUUy tnvit d to attend. David Makkku CO. J, Jackson, R ana 8. O A R. rbUHvffcwx Pott cumber 7 meets Saturday after lull moon, VUitioff eomrades a!wh weleMfne. TUAlJf, P C. . W, Lowe, Adj, Church directory. M. B.Cbureh Kev, V . R- Allen, every alter nate bbbatb at 11 o'clock A. M. and 7X o'clock 1. M. commencing Way Cth 1882. Jrefbyterisfc Rev. Tbeo Bracken every second aad toertb saebatbs at 11 o'clock A. M. Alter nateaibp. m. Alternate at7X p.m. Union Sabbath School Ktery Sabbath at 10 o'oclock a. ta. Frwbyterian Sabb...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 January 1884

PHILLIPSBURG HERALD. PUBLISHED BY Herald Publishing Association. PHILLIPSBURG. KANSAS. TOPICS 0F THE DAY. Hews from Everywhere. ' The Ohio Democratic caucus nomi nated H. B. Payne for Senator on the first ballot. The Massachusetts Democratic Com mittee want the National Convention held in Boston. Secretaky-.Chandler is arranging "the ceremonies for reception of the bodies of DeLong and his companions. TnE issue of standard dollars for the "week ended January 5 was $152,498, against .$610,000 for the' same time last year. During December' British imports decreased 1,493,000 and exports increased 799,500,. as-compared with December, 1882. Senator Sherman says he has not teen offered the Presidency of the North ern Pacific, and could not accept it any tow. The Dutch Government has sent troops to Acheen to rescue the crew of a vessel taken prisoners by the natives in November. James Stevenson, of the United States Geological Survey, reports the dis covery of several cave and cliff citie...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 January 1884

PHILLIPSBURG HERALD. I'CIILTSHED BV Herald Publishing Association. PHILLIPSBURG. KANSAS. SXAKES IX THE- GRASS, "Beneath tbo Ample shadow of their wag-on Some lonely emigrants have built tiieir fire; "The limpR, leap up like some fierce, captive drag-on - . - Which strangles in its ire. "Mother nni children peacefully are sleeping- Beside the roarinpr camp-fire s cheerful glow; 'Tho settler, jrun iii baud, his watch is keeping lifi nT. vn r Hnn in nun 1 m-i . -All the hot day he's neon alert and wary, Kow he must watch all through the weary r.!srht: 'And, till the dawn, must scan the rolling '. , praVie, . . " . - Patched with the young moon's light. "How chill the moont-cams are"!' How sad and dresiry The drowsy waters mid the rushes weep! rile lets ' his tired eyes close, with watching weary,. Lies down and falls asleep! The pfllo moon's beams upon the plain are ' A gentle murmur rises from the rill; The nirrht wind through the swaying grass is sighing, . a i -.11 11.1 1 -!!! lying...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 January 1884

Continued frorn jirst page.) taught to the common experienco at young men a.nd women from the farms and workshops, that they should find Added efficiency from every Increase of knowledge and mental strength. Lika all good teachers everywhere, the Fac ulty of the College are leading the stu dents to greater thoughtfolness in what ever concerns thsir life. Everyone be lieves that thought in the post has brought every advancement in method and improvement in machinery. . The civilization of to-day rssts upon the thinking of thosa who have gone before us ; and, if ws can give more thought to the intricacies of farming, we can "ad vance civilization everywhere. Our aim is to keep the sympathies of the students warm toward common employments, that their thinking will serve good purpose, not only to themselves, but to the great army pi workers about them. . In fact, the great majority of. young men and women who gain their educa cation at the College, go back directly to the farms and home...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 31 January 1884

O fa 'wt . v r t r. UXtJCAXC rrO I'HIiIAX THAT'.THKY. GO.FORWAKi). . VOLUME JL- PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDA Y, JANUARY 31, ISSfr NUMBER 12. rxti c.,, 1 . f 4 Piiiilipsliur&IIerali!. FCBLISHE9 ETE2T taC2S3iT, "Wilt .t ajm: jSt.ttt ,Tj. ' O F F I C I A L D J R E CT O R Y V ; STATE OP ZZLJJST&Jel Governor. ......... a... :.G.W. Glick; Lieut. Governor D. W. Finnev. Hecretary of State. James 6milh. Auditor E. P. McCabe. Treasurer Bam. T. Howe. 8upt. Pub. Instruction H. C. Sneer. Attorney General.....W.' A. Johnston. Public Printer. ..T. Dwight Thatcher. xr c, is f J. J;!- Ingalls. U S. Senators....:....-p B PIumb PHLIiIilPSGbTJ'IsrTY. District Judge.... State Senator-... T-ipreMentative.;.: Ci k Di.st. Court.. Ct.unty Clerk......" lleg'r of Deeds..... W. H. Pratt- ...,...;.Geo.'H.' Case. W. H. McBride ...G. A. Spaulding. J." -"W. Lowe, .;l.I...Hitner Smith. D.' L. Smith. Treasurer.. Sheriff"... .' Tohn Woods. JSupt. Pub. Instruction. ..C. A. Lewis, Probate Judge...-v...H. C. ft...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 31 January 1884

Ptolipsbiirg. Herald, "VTac. Bis? JANUARY 31. Tru: JTUe Rkqccau K oitio ot.llpo-Uer contain eight jMge wilb ix c.lnjma tr tk UcriHioo price 11.50 Kr nnnutn in a4raar,. Tb Doli.ak Emti eooit,l four the ref ulur eiitiQ oiiibJi all the -Cditorial ad Local He wgi Arrival and Departure of Malls. Mall euatand west via. C' B. Mo. Pacific H. It.; arrives, 4 a 'til. leaves 7 30 p in, daily, i " . ' Alma and Pblllipaburg-1-Arrives 12 in, Monday ; WedntHdaya'aud Fri days; lea vvs I"Jni. ." ' , Long '"Island nud'Pbillipsburg Ar rives li! Ov and leaves 1 p. iu., on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday. Nance and Phillipburg Arrives 4 p. m.t Tuesday and Friday ; , leaves U a. m., . Wednesday anil ; Saturday. Vagueiv'ine and Phillipsburg--Arrives 2 p. m. and lenvca 3 p. iu. on Tuwday Saturdays r- , Pbt-011icv Ho tare' Opens .,-$ a-, m, clone ,at.8 p xu.'.iSuudaya open 0 a m, and closes 7.p lu, closes, ID a in and 7.30 p m. Money: order busliieh;cbch at o p in. No money order. r. register l.tter busine...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 31 January 1884

J Phillipsburg Herald, JANUARY 431. ... . Secret Societies. . !. O. O. F. .Fhiilipshurfr Loriff&.'Nos 165. inrefu'eVcry V"ed en?.ay. Vieiiitg brethren rtrliiiUy invite. I to ntttnil. W. . Asur.ui.os, X. U. f. 'l.M.DuUber, Rec.-cc'y. ' A. F. and A. M, VLUIiptburs: LoiJ.ge j-.uuiber 14. ints every Snttmlay on or belore he full xnou.y imlnff fcretiriu corJially invite! to attend. i. 0- CepLrt,w;V. F. T., i. DltciieBj W il. K. of P. Crcsent Lodge nuiutfr-12. ircta every Mon day cveniuir. VUitii.c brethren cordially invit ed to tttet.d. ; DaTid AiA.NktK C.C J. Jack v, K of It nni S. G A- R. , .. rL51Ubars Tvvt number 7 rueelg Saturday Itor lull w.on, Yiciling comrades nlwuys wtlcwe. . Vka.sk. .thai, 1 C. .W. Lowe, Adj, Church Directory. I. E.Cbunli Ker, H. H- AUu, every nlter Xia te Said utb at 11 o'clock A . M md17 o'clock F. il. COU.U11 Lciic Jk;y Ctb Ibt-Z. Frbyteria. Iter. Ihro. Uracken every second Ki.d louitb takblbs at 11 o'clock A. il. Alter i:ttte at 8 i. m. Alternate at s p...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 31 January 1884

SHERIFF'S PllOCl AVIATION. Of the tine of JiolJiag an .election for ' lownsfUp orncer.-'., ; . '..; The Stat of Kansas. To all to whom t hese presents shall come greeting: - liNOWiYE, That I, J. B. WOODS, Sheriff of Phillips County, Kansas, bj virtue of authority in me vested, do by this Proclamation give- notice that on Tuesday, the 5th day of February, A. D. 18S-J, There will be an election aud the officers at that time to be elected are as follows : .Two Justices of the Peace, one Trustees one Treasurer, one Clerk, and two con stables for each township, nnd ono Road Overseer for each road ditii:t. The votes for said officers will be received at the polls Of each township in said Coun ty. In witness Whereof I have hereunto set my h.-ind at my office in Phillipsburg, in said county, this 10th day of January J . B. Woods, Sheriff. ). No. 552. - NOTICE. . Zand . Office at Klrwli Kamas. t4r) ' v - ,r. January 10, Notico Is hereby, given that the following-named. settler;has tiled noti...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 February 1884

LIPS SPEAK TO THKI THAT THKY GO FORWARD. VOLUME VI. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY?, 18 8 . XLUIBER 13. Uir 1FTT : I J 0L:1 hillipsburg Herald. PEBLI3AED EVERY THURSDAY, BY Official directory1 JBT-A-TIEJ OIF1 jEC-A-ZtsTS'S- Governor G. W. Glick. Xdeut. Governor... ...... U. V. Finney. Becretary.of State James Smith. . Auditor :.E. P. McCabe. Treasurer..... Sam. T. Howe. Hupt. Pub. Instruction.....!!. C. Speer. Attorney General W. A. Johnston. . Public Printer.. .T. Dwight Thatcher. ,, - S J. J. Ingalls. U.S. Senators -p. B., Plumb. District Judge... ..W. Pratt State Senator .....Geo. H. Case. preventative W. H. McRride Irk Dist. Court G. A. Spaulding. County Clerk- J. W. Lowe. Heg'r of Deeds.... ....Kitner Smith. ' Treasurer D. L." Smith. Sheriff...... loh n .'Woods. , Supt. Pub. Instruction. ..C. A. Lewis. , Probate Judge ...II. C. Spauhling. County Survev.or.... J. P. Barnard. County Attorney S. W. McElroy. Coroner ( 1st Dist, H. Moulton. Commis'rs2d Dist, J- H. Cloae.- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 February 1884

THE CHURCH SPIDER. Two spiders, so the story goes, Up 3i a living bent, Emered the meeting-house one day, And hopefully were heard to say, "Here we shall haveat least fair play With nothing to prevent." Eah chose his place and went to work ; The light webs grew apace ; One on the altar spun his thread, But shortly came the sexton dread. And swept him off, and so, half dead, He sought another place. "I'll try the pulpit next," said he, "There surely is a prize ; The desk appears so neat and clean, I'm sure no spider there has been ; Besides, how often have I seen The pastor brushing flies." He tried the pulpit, but alas ! His hopes proved visionary, With dusting brush the sexton came, And spoiled nis geometrie game. Nor gave him time nor chance to claim The rights of sanctuary. At length, half starved, and weak and lean He sought his former neighbor, Who had now grown so sleek and round. He weighed the fraction of a pound, And looked an if the art he'd found Of living without labor. ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 February 1884

JIARKETS BY TELEGRAPH New York Money Market. New York, February 2, 1SS4. MONEY Easy; 12 annum. PRIME MERCANTILE PAPER-45 f C. O I (STERLING EXCHANGE Firm. Sixty days, ' 1S5: Bight, 5188. GOVERNMENT BON.DS Firm. Threes... ....100 Four-and-halfs.... .. U Fours 123 STATE SECURITIES Steady. Missouri sixes. .. 6L Joe sixes .. 110 RAILROAD BONDS Generally higher. Central Pacific, firsi5 '. 63Jg Chicago & Alton 139 Chicago, Burlington & Quincy ......122 Denver & Rio Grande . 21 Hannibal & St. Joe, common..'. 38 Hannibal .it St Joe, preferred 88 Missouri Pacific.......... 91 Northern Pacific.......... 22 New York Central 115 Rock Island '. . ...117 .Union Pacific 79 Wabash- , . 16 Western Union 76 Asked. St. Louis Produce Market. St. Louis,. February 1884. FLOUR Dull and unchanged. WHEAT II gher but slow; No. 2 red, 1 02 104 cash; 103103 February; 1 04 March; 1 0601 07 May; 1 05 bid June; 97c year; No. 3 red. 9oii)8c. CORN Higher and Inactive; 4748c cash; 4747c February; 48c...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 February 1884

PlliBsta Herald, FEBRUARY 7. Trm: The Rxocla R bitiox of tb Mr.R ALU contain eitht ! with ii c lumsi to th Tf; ibcriptloQ jriee 51. SO per annum in rn.4rt.ac. Th DolLaK EDiriex eooiutiol four of the regular Uition nui eonUiniall the Editorial and Local Kewt. Arrival and Departure of Malls. Mall cast and west via. C. B. Mo. Pacific K. R., arrives, 4 a iu, leaves 7 30pm, dally. Alma aud Pbillipaburg Arrives 12 iu, Monday, Wednesdays aud Fri days; leaves 1pm. Long Island and Phlllipsburg Ar rives l'J in. aud leaves 1 p. tu., on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Nance and Phillipsburg Arrives 4 p. m., Tuesdays and Fridays : leaves Sa.m., Wednesdays and Saturdays. Wagnersville and Phillipsburg Ar rives 2 p. m. and leaves 3 p. m. on Tuesdays Saturdays. ' Post-Office Hours Opens 8 am, loses at 8 p m. Sundays opens 9 am, and closes 7 p m, closes 10 a m and 7.30 pm. Money order business closes at 6 p m. No money order or register Utter business transacted Sunday. .01. C. Spaulding, P.M. We ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 February 1884

Phillip sburg iloralfl. FEBRUARY 7. Secret Societies. I.O. O. F. V .: ':': j. -tmrfc Lodge No. 155. in eeta every Wed iiii sr. Visiting brethren cordially invited to r.l. W. V. AapKBSO.v, N. G. - . iutche-, Bc. tec'y. A. F. and A. M. a-.r n or before The t'H moou, yimiiig coitiully inrite4 to attend. i-slATt,. F. T. ji. Dutches, W M. 'I Lody BumUr 12. meets every Mon v :o. Vitality brethren cordially invit r:i3L. Uavid Masker C.C. G. A- R. v.--' CVm number Tmwli Saturday Biooo, Vuittoe comrades alw-aya Church Directory, urcti Rev, W K Alln, every alter--ari...ifa t 11 VJock A. it. and 7si o'clock c c 5.; .uticiii 51y 6 1 h 1 882. 5. f -. 5. i; y:r.a. Rev, Tbo Brneken every second j.-llj iba.tln at 11 o'clock A. M. Alter c ta. Alternate t73a p. iu. . 'V; vbArttt'h School Every Sabtath at 10 c '!;:". an. Fr ;i''cy v: tan 3a4Wth School At the church .-.;. -..n'.iiy at Ni ft. a-U...'.- i'iyer Mti Every Thursday f LOCAL. HERAI-DINGS- - : Vc- Ylie Post Office for legal blanks. . li'.'C. p...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 February 1884

KANSAS NEWS SUMMARY. MISCELLANEOUS. Several refineries are building in Kansas to make sorghum sugar. Florida incorporated over thirty new rail road companies last year. Vanderbilt says that the bottom has been reached in th oUck market. The total iron production of the country last year was 5,146,972 net tons. Gold nuggets are said to have been found in the mountains near Marshall, Ark. The Bessmer steel production of the Unit ed States fell off 42,000 tons last year. The United States Supreme Court will take a recess irom February 4 to March 3. The Inter-State Industrial Exposition' at Chicago will be held Sept. 3d to Oct. 18th. The sa!ary of Robert Harris as president of the Northern Pacific road is $20,000 per annum. ' The estimated reduction of the public debt during the month of January is $118, 00,000. There is some talk in the Texas legisla ture of dividing the State on account of the fence troubles. A firm of pool-sellers paid $26,250 for the privilege for. two meetings next...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 February 1884

KANSAS NEWS. The saloons in Emporia have closed. Caldwell is to have a new opera house. A man named Frank James lives in Caldwell. . McPherson county has two Presiden tial postofhces. The Blue Rapid militia company has been organized. Prairie fires are making much trouble in Barber county. The Peabody library contains sixteen hundred yolumes. The Leavenworth street railway is to be constructed at once. - A site has been selected for the Pawnee county court house. The burnt district in Peabody is to be built on immediately. Kansas dealers are shipping large quantities of eggs this year. Bennett ordered his son to . shoot Myers, who shot at but missed him. The elder Bennett then put about sixty shot in his abdomen. ' . Holton Signal: Sheriff A. J.Speerman, of Papillion, Neb., writes to Dr. V. V. Adamson, of this city, asking informa tion in regard to one John Radfort, who was here about four years ago. The let ter states that Radfort was recently mnr- dered at or near Papillion. Indep...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 February 1884

' 1 i ! ! u 1 NOTICE. Laud Office at Kirwin, Kansas. C J ' January, 22, 18. Notice is hereby given tat thefoljow-jn-named settlers have led no&oo of their intention to inakp final proof in support of .their claims, and that said proofs will be made before the Register or Receiver at Kirwin, Kansas, on Mar. .8. 184, viz.: "eDEK APlLISBEE, IJE No . ?85( for the e hf se qr sec on:7.'.town 4 south, of range 18 west. 'fie names the following witnesses to .pioe his continuous residence upon. tfl I cultivation of, said land, viz: M. Sutley and N. Winklebeek, of arvin, Kansas,' and E- F.'Hughes and Jra, Ray if Phillipsburg, Kansas j IRA BAY, HE No. 9148, for the s hf se qr sec tion 5 and w hf ne qr section 8, town 4 range 18 w.' - lie names the fpllowing witnesses to prove his continuous residence npon tnd cultivation of, ea;d land, viz : . M. Sutley, and N. Winklebeek of Marvin. Kansas, and E. F. Hughes, aid Eder Applebee, of Phillipsburg, Kansas. JOHN BISSELL, y2i f28 Register. ; NOTI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 February 1884

TP i I h v m A T rKviv to thb;m that thky gu kuiiwaud. VOL. VI. jYO. l. PIIILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY IS $4. $1.50, in Advance. Phillipsburg Herald. PUBLISHED EURY THIRSDiT, . - nv OFFICIAL DIRECTORY- STATE OIF1 KAKSAS. j (Governor (J. W. Glick. j Lieut. Governor 1). W. Jeinney. Secretary of State James Smith. Auditor.'. E. 1. McCabc. Treasurer ..Sam. T. Howe. Kimt. Inli. I nstruction I. C. Hocer. Attorney General W.W, Johnston, j Public Printer... i . uwigui liiatener. , i J. J. Ingalls. U S. Senators p., B. Plumb. PHLLLIP3 GO.U JETTY. District Judge W, IT.' Pratt State Senator Geo. II. Cane. v-MH-esentative NV. 11. Meliride , k Dint. Court G. A. iSpauldinjr. Cctintv Clerk J. V. Lowe. lle' r of Deeds Ritner Smith. Treasurer I. L. Smith. Sheriff.. John "Woods. Sunt.-Pub. Instruction. ..C. A. Lewis. Probate Judge II. C. Kpaulding. !ounty Surveyor I. P. Barnard. County Attorney: S. W. McElroy. Coroner : .' I 1st Dint, H. Moulton. Coinniis'rH-J 2d Dist, '...J. II. Close. ( ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 February 1884

"I WONDER." ANONYMOUS. A child ran laughing on the beach. The 8 n shone warm and bright Upon her waving golden hair, Her tiny form o slight, "I woruler why the world's so fair, So full of sun and song, I wonder why big folks don't laugh vAnd play the whole day long." A maid was walking on the strand, She gazed far out to sea. Where o'er the sunlit waters rode A bark so gallantly. "Ah love is coming o'er the waves, Is coining soon to me I wonder how. in this sweet world, Old folks such shadpws see."' A woman stood upon the shore, Her eyes with weeping red, Looked sadly on the cruel sea That ne'er gives up its dead. "I wonder why the world was made So dark and. full of care, No wonder that life's burden seems Too great for one to bear." Kear by the window's ledge there sat A grand-da e old and gray The window looking out to sea Where ships at anchor lay, I wonder when mine eyes shall see L fe's ship at anchor lie Within God's harbor peacefully For all eterniiy." SWEET FERN. JOHN GBEEN...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 February 1884

DEPAKTM1NT ENCAMPMENT. The, Annual Meeting of Delegates of the Poets in Topeka. The Grand Encampment of the G. A. R., Department of Kansas, was called to j order at 9 a. m.. in the Grand Opera j House at Topeka, Feb. 6th, by Com-j mander T. J. Anderson. More than 1,000 j delegates were present, and enough oth ers to fill the building which had been appropriately and handsomely decorated for the occasion. After the appointment f the Committees, the Department offi cers made their reports. The report of the Assistant Adjutant General shows that the year was commenced with 15 Poets and a membership of 6,633, and closed with 298 Posts and 16,551 mem bers; showing again during the year of 153 Posts, or 105 per cent., and a total gain of 9,918 members, or 149 per cent., a greater gain in numbers than was ever before made by any Department in the history of the organization. The Department Commander recom mended that the charter ot Neosho Post No. 129 be revoked because it had failed to re...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 February 1884

'tiiliipsburg; Herald. FEBRUARY 14. Trnm: The Rkqclak K nrtios ot the Nice iLD contains eUht pure with ix o-lnm-aa to th. !; ubneription trian "$1.50 per annum in ftdraiice. Th. Dollar Eoitim consists ol four pajre of the reeulur edition hh coataius all the Editorial and Local NTewg. Arrival and Departure of Mails, Mail east and west via. C. B. Mo. Pacific K. It., arrives, 4 a ni, leaves T Stt p m, daily. Alma and PhilHpsburg--Arrive8 12 m, Monday, Wednesdays and Fri day s; leaves 1 p in. Long Island and Phillipsburg Ar rives 12 m. and leaves 1 p. m., on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Nance xnd Phillipsburg Arrives 4 p. m.'t Tuesdays and Fridays : leaves 8 a. mM Wednesdays and Saturdays. Wagnersvilleand Phillipsburg Ar rives 2 p. in. and leaves 3 p. in. on Tuesdays Saturdays. Post-Ottlce Hours Opens 8am, closes atSpm. Sundays opens 9 a m, and closes 7 p in, closes 10 a m and 7.30 pin. Money order business closes at 0 p m. No money order or register U(ttr business transacted Sund...

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