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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 March 1884

TT - Ji jiERAjLD. aPEAK rro thicm 'j ilvt thky go fouwakd. F6 L. VI. jYO. 18. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 13, ISS. $1 X 0. In A dvan ce. - -V 4 " 'f I i y. )' i Y - 1 - r ?' Piiillipsburg Herald FIBLISKED CTERHSCESDlT, ... ' " -BY " . "official directory. &TTE OIF1 IC3ST3-A.S. Governor : ..O. W. Olick. Lieut. Governor... D. W. Finnev. Hecretary of State James Smith. 'Auditor- E. P. MeCnbe. Treasurer '.. Sum. T. Howe. 8upt. 1'u b. Inst riitti0iWHf C. Bpcer.. 'AttornevA-Jeiiertfl V. A.' Johnston." Public Pointer.. . T. Dwight Thatcher. U B. Senator,.:.. .. E ,iLLLIP3 . CO XT SST T1 .12". District Ju(lpel...'...........W. H.. Pratf State Senator ..... Geo. II. Case. P"preeiitatlve...;...-..V. H. MeBride . k Dist. Court G. A. Spaulding. County Clerk- ;....J. W. Lowe. lleg'r ot Deeds..... ... Hither Smith. Treasurer ..D. L. Smith. Sheriff.......:!. it. John Woods. riupt. Pub. Instruction. ..C. A. Lewis. Probate J udge II. C. Spaulding. County Surveyor 1$ Stuber. County Atto...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 March 1884

?Iiil!irs!ji!g Herald. M V IlC II 13. Tcrim: The- Rk'ui.r K ditio of the Ur.n c-oi.Uins cieht pape with rx damns fo the HuhK(rit(irn firieo S1..V) rer nnrum in ndrance. Tb Dollar Edttiox ooni.t ol lour frtjee" of the regular edition nui. contair.s h11 the Editorial and Local Xewe. Arrival and Departure of Mails, Mail cast ami west via. C. B. Mo. Pacific it. R., arrives, 4 u m, leaves 7 n m, daily. Alma and Pliillipshurar Arrives 12 m, Monday. Wednesday's and Fri days; Ieavt-H 1 p in. Long Island and PhiHitsburg Ar rives 1- in. and leaves . m., on Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturday. Nance and Phillipsbtir;: Arrives 4 p. hi., Tuesdays and Fridays; leaves ya. in., Wednesday and Saturday. WagtiersvilJe and I'hillipsburg Ar rives 2 p. in. and leaves 3 p. m. on Tuesdays Saturdays Pobt-Ofliee Hours Opens 8 am, closes at 8 p in. Sundays opens 0 a m, mid clones 7 p m, closes 10 a ni and 7.o pm. Money order business cltMes at 0 p in. .No money order or register Utter business transacted Suuday. ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 March 1884

- Phillipsburg Herald, '. e MARCH 13. Secret Societies. I.O. O. F. .. ThilliptKurK Lodge No. ltio. inetfvry e.l. '. Vuitiig trvihren erdill iuviu J i. attend . ...V. w . A4.ttto,. G. 1. I'.il.lJu'cher, Ret er'y. X ' v A. F. and A. M. PniUipiibarK lo-ge i tiiiii er 14. meats ever Saiturday on t beiore ho lull n;o u. v tsitittU . trrttLrvu cunliMlly inrif et to a ttaml. J. U- Ocphart.eej'y. F. T. .t. Irtchkk, W il K. of P. Credent Lodye numtc r 42. trtet-tsi eyery Mon day evrniuir. , V'itiiiujt brethren crii-l!y in if d lo ntteiid. , David AUnwki. CA J. Javkv,u, K of R una 3- " GAR. riiiV.i btirp Tvn numbtr 7 meets Saturday flr lull moon, Vision couirades ulwt WeloiJir. J-IUMt -thai. P C. . V , Lowe, Adj. Church Directory. 31. E, Church l v. v. R- Allen, every nlter- lmi ."H jlMh at 11 o'clock A. u nnd7,Si o'clock 1. Ai. ct u.ujtbtii.ti ' tb 182. rrifbytcriai. Rev. Theo Brncken every tuocond and loin t b s bathe Ht II o'clock A. M. Alter M'tatSp m. Alieruaie nt 7X ui. Union fcHibbnth ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 March 1884

. Yo-jog Utn't Dollars- Soma one has advocated the idea of taking care of the pennies and letting the pounds care for iJbem&elvea , We Ara d u posed to brings the adage down to oar own time and country, and recom mend young men to take car of the dol lars. What young. man on-the farm can read the following from tha pen of our good friend L. S. Collin, the Iowa Homestead, without resolnielydeteimin ingio go and do like -vise? There U won derful power and force ia Ike argument andif possible, much more In the array ot facts and figures. There Li no way in whifih the average man can gain an independence so soon us by farming. Of eoure. I am speak ing of proper and honorable ways. And, agaiu, there is. no way under the tun that so guro. Suppose a young man ;it thirty has been industrious and sav ing enough to be able to gt him a place for a home and ten good grade heifers th&t ara worth fifty dollars each and a bull worth $100. Now, cannot any fair average man. o work and manage...

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 March 1884

JL-1 JT D13 U SSXJ. SPKAK 'J'O 1'HKM THAT-THhT GO FuEWAllD. VOL. VI. XO. 19. PEILLIPSB UB G, KANSAS,. THURSDA Y, MARCH 20, 18 8. $1.50, Jh Advance. h: 3 M - M - I' Fiiillipsburg Herald. mi'MlH ETERI IHtESDAY, --BY j - ; . - .; , "official directory. state OIF1 ICAZSTS-S- Governor O.W Click. T) .. W. Finney. fWretarv of State James Smith. -Auditors '-.E. P, M,abe. Treasurer 'SanL T. Howe. tupt. Pub. Instruction H C. Speer. AMorTiPv(7-eiicral...V. A. Johnston. lublic Printer...T. D wight Thatcher, '- "f.J. Jf mgaus. V S. Senators... p jJ piumu. District Judge fttate Senator....... Tnresentative.... ...... W. H. Pratf Geo. H. Case. ...Yv. H McBride li Dist. Court G. A. Hpauldim CtAinty Clerk..-. Heg'r of Deeds Troasurer .J. V. Lowe. ...Ritner Smith. ...D. L. Smith. Sheriff. John Woods. sinrt inh ixKfruction...u. j. oewis. Pmhfitn.Iu4lire H C. Spaulding. jmntv Ktircevor W. B. Sttiber. County Attorney, S. W. McEiroy. Coroner v;"iV i. j.lrtDist H. Moulton. 3d Dist J- H. Close. 1 3d Dist.....

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 March 1884

SEN CIS YOU AND I WERE YOUNG. I'm standing by the window bHI, Where we nave stood of yore; The button-wood ia wavin? still, Its branches near the door I And near me creeps the wild rose vine, On which our wreaths were hung; 8till roui d the porch its tendrils twine, As w hen we both were young. The little path that used to lead Down by the river shore, Is overgrown with brier and weed. As level as before, But there's no change upon the hill, From whence our voices rung; The violets deck its summit still. As when we both were young. And yonder la the old oak tree. ' Beneath whose spreading shade, When our young hearts weie. light and free. In innocence we played; And overtheie, the meadow gate. On which our playmates swung. Still standing In its rustic state. As when we both were young. I seethe little moss-grown epot, Beneath the yew-tree's Bhade, Where early friends i reliance forgot In earth's embrace re laid; The early friends of hope and trust. Round whom our being clung, All sl...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 March 1884

CXISITSKS OF THE CUKIOUS. The Oddest and Queerest Incidents of Every : Uay Life. Chicago Inter Ocean. During the last scene of "Richard III." at a Portland (Me.) theatre, recently, in the combat with Richmond Richard's 6 word broke, snapping off some six inches from the hilt. The piece flew directly in to the audience, striking a gentleman on the bridge of the nose, cutting a gash "which extended nearly to the eye. CUT ELEVATED. A curious error was made in telegraph ing a critique of one of Mr. Irving's first nights in the States during his recent visit. The critic was made to say next morning. "The toast for Irving, like the toast for olives, must be cut elevated." The writer had intended to say that the taste for Irving, like that for olives, must be cultivated. The Academy. BKUIN AS A FISHERMAN. I came suddenly upon a very large bear in a swamp, lying upon a large hol low log across a brook fishing, and he was so much interested in his sport that he did , not notice me until I ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 March 1884

Phiilmsbiirs: Herald. MAr.cn 20. Tcruts T'o REucr.AR ditig of the Hm ALb itwitftir. 'pSt tr- with nix clum-? to t1e fage; vhrT:!ttoii rriie 51.50 fr stnuuti in .lranrp. Tli. Dou a Edith? eor.isH of t'uur spaces a f tiic ronular edition an contiii all the Arrival and Departure of Mails, Mail oast and west via. C. B. Mo. Pacific R. II., arrives, 4 a in, leaves .7 SO p m, daily. Alma and Phillipstmrp: Arrives 12 m, Mondays. Wednesdays and Fri days; leuves 1 p tn. Long Island and Phillipsburg Ar rives li in. and leaves 1 p. m.t on Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays. Nance and Phillipsburg Arrives 4 p. in., Tuesdays and Fridays ; leaves Sa. nu, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Waguersvillc 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 in. Sundays opens 9 a in. and closes 7 p in, closes 10 a m and 7.30 p in. Money order business closes at 6 p in. No money order or register litter business transacted Sunday. H. UVHPAliLDING,...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 March 1884

Philiipsborg' Herald. o MARCH 20. ' Secret Societies, l. O. O. F. .rhilhpehurjr Uo(ge No. Kio. meets every W1 uy. Y'isitii-g bre'bren cordially iuvitel to Mtvll' V. . A.NDKK&O.S, ii. U. F. T.M.Du'cher, Kec. ee'y. A. F. and A.M. PhHhpBburtr L-onge 1. umt.tr 14. meets ever Fjtturdav m or ht-iore 'he lull uioi n. visiting brethren eor.'inlly Lu vi'e l to Httn.l. J. Vi-GepLart,seiy. P.0. 6.LoK,W M K. of P. Credent Lodjre rtimLrr 42. meeto every Mon day even inc. VUiliiii; brethren nrililly invit d to iftend. Daviu MxiEB. C.C- J. JatkM0, K of H fin'i 8. G A R. Fhillitburfr Pont tmntber 7 mr etji Saturday after lull luoun, Vititiiift comrades alwtiy elcuie. 1'b.a k tkain. P C. J. . Lowe. Adj. Church Directory. Jt. E.Cfcuri li liev, . Alltn, every alter uale mi jt 11 ih a: 11 o'clock A 1 aad7 o'clock P. M. coiuiueLcu g -Va h ls2. Prrtbyteriat. Rev. Tbeo Bracken every second si;d louttb t Kbit lb. a at 11 o'clock A. M. Alter -Late at bp m. Alter n;ile at 7, . ui. Union Jalbath School Ji...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 March 1884

Published by WIIXIAM BISSEIX. PHILLIPSBURG, - - - KANSAS. NEWS SUMMARY. MISCELLANEOUS. Detroit, Mich., has had a $100,000 fire. Accidental drowning was the verdict of he Salmi Morse inquest. The holt and nut manufacturers com plain of excessively dull trade. The Longfellow Memorial Association etill needs $38,000 for the monument fund. Since the new fast train has heen put on, twenty-four hours is saved between New York and Omaha. Herr Kapp, a member of the German par liament, is now accused of having written the Ochiltree resolutions. A rJond burst over Florence. A. T. the water running four feet deep in the street, occasioning $10,000 damage. A convention of inventors will be held in Cincinnati March 25-27. It is eipected that 3,000 inventors will he present. Heaw rains in California have washed away railroad tracks and done great damaece At Daggett a passenger train was blockaded A Southern Immigration Society has been formed at Nashville to induce and aid emi rranta to - settle ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 March 1884

KAN3A! Washington has a large corn and hay trade. A Fair Association has been started at Pleasanton. A curly-haired horse is the latest cu riosity at Pleasanton. It is reported that coal has been found near Medicine Lodge. A fourth addition to the city of Par Bons is being laid out. . The. Mexican tree-bean is to be intro duced into Sumner county. The contract for rebuilding the opera house at Washington has been let. Kansas la3t year produced 108,500 pounds of cotton, valued at $9,6S0. Fire recently destroyed $30,000 worth of property in Pittsburg, Crawford county. United States Attorney J. R. Hallowell has formed a law partnership at Colum bus. Somebody recently wrote "John A. Lo gan for President" on the sidewalks in. Salina. Stockton 'News: Diptheria is still booming in the south west part of the county. The State Reform School has recently been supplied with twenty dollars' worth of fine poultry. Jacob Rubbert, the great New York brewer, is going to start a horse farm in Rowley...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 March 1884

fC H g J B E'2i P 1 s! P f f. pym OHLY TRUE hrMD . FACTS RECARDIKC Dr. Eater's Iron Tca!& It will purify aud enrich tlie BLOOD rejrnlate he LIVER aud KIDNEYS, and KJESTUKb. Tiir KEAIiXil andVlOOKufyouXH! limn those jdlseases requiring a certain and erticlenl 'IONIC, with Immediate and onltriul results, Jioues, especially Dyspepsia, Wautof Apiellte.ludi-es- lion, L.&UK or Mreiigui, eic, lis use is njaraea Trx rCVW f SPERMAT0RRIIE3 -A-ITX) IMPOTEQCY. dSTeated for over 5 years y us In thou sand of cases. tV TRIAL " PACKACE. SENO ADDRESS rcsvors debility Oceania weakness sad d cay, and aumroaa cl Kur6 diseases, baffilcf t willful ptijf iciam, resuf f.oji yoathJul indissr lias. too free tadulgeaca ar.4 over brain work. lt nut temporize a lule enemies lurk Id toot tern. Arold being imposed ci by pretentions claims ol c "-er remedies for theat troubles. Get our tree cixcti ) x and tria' jackage sot I in Important fasts befon Uking treat:acnt eUewhere. Tjie a remtdy thst has curt! t...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 March 1884

JniERALD. Ji irtl iJL saPKAK rjro rmhiisi 'j-hat thky oo itorwakc VOL. VI. NO. 20. PHIILIPSBURG, EAXSAS. THURSDA Y, MARCH 27, IS $1.50, In Advance. Piiillipslnirg Herald. - PtBtlSHED EVEJII TBCBSD1T, by - OFFICIAL DIRECTORY- STATE OIP Governor . Lieut, Governor Secretary of State... Auditor-'..... Treasurer KANSAS. G. W. Glick. ....D. W. Finney , James iSmith. .....K. P. McCulic. .. Bam. T. Howe, ion H. C. Sreer, Supt. Putu Instruct Att rney (Jtrtiera 1 .. . ..W. A., Johnston. Public Priuter.Vl. D wight:. Thatcher. U S. Senators....:: r. J..J. Ingalls. P. B. Plumb. District Judge... : W. H. Pratt Htate Senator....... P "prese n tali ve. ;. . . . k Dist. Court.... C.unty Clerk. Reg'r of Deeds Troanurer .,....Geo. H; Case. ....W. H MeBride .G. A. Suuuldiitg. J. V. Lowe. Ritner Smith. D. L. Smith. John Woods. Sheriff. 23upt. Pub. Instruction. ..C. A. Lewis. Probate Judge.... II C. Spaulding. Cftunty Surveyor V. B. Stuber. Ounty Attorney 8. W. McEIroy. Coroner i 1st Dist, H. Moulton. C'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 March 1884

TUB "WIDOW. BT W. a SLAM. Utr smiles are tempered by her sighs. Her garb scarce veil her giory, The tender glamour of her eyes .Enshrines her and her story I No frreenllnK'sirl, nor Fplnsrer tart She's all thiug that U come her, Her Hie, her be auty, and ner heart," Are in their Indian bummer t OCT OF LOYE AND OUT OF DEBT. Of happy men the happiest yet Is he that's out of love and debt. Who owes uo kis-s to womankind, W ho has no dura to craze his mind; With heart and thought and conscience free. Where is there man more blest tuan he ? "Out of love and out of debt," Motto none will e'er regret. To all the Burroundings reconciled. He sleeps s sweetly as a child; By neither love nor debt distress'd, His dreams but glorify his rest; He never dreads the morn to iee, For days with days in peace agree. Out of love and out of debt," Motto none will e'er regret. Philadelphia Prctt. A 1IEAUTIFUL TIIOUOD1T. The weary Bun was crawling Down the West's cairacious throat. The evening dew was fall...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 March 1884

tins GOVERNOR'S ILESSAGE to the 111 a ture Conrened In Special ' "lamp uut ilia loot and MoutU Dlaeatte. Tothe Legislature: It was with trreat rplnrtanpA and Tips- itation that I issued a proclamation convening you in special session. I was ' apprehensive that your body and the peopie inijznt not lully appreciate tlie gravity of the situation and the import ance of such action. The proclamation convening you lully explains my reasons for my sction. Additional outbreaks of the cattle disease confirm me in the opin ion that such call was absolutely impera tive. I was notified by Hon. D. W. Finney that a peculiar and highly-contagious af fection had attacked the cattle in the vicinity of Neosho Falls, and that the disease was supposed to be epizootic aphtha, or the foot-and-mouth disease. As soon as this information was re ceived I was satisfied if it was that dis ease that the effect would be disastrous to the live-stock interests of the State, and materially affect all other industri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 March 1884

PhiliicsiMg Herald. "7"c. JBxsa&z Editor MARCH 27. Tvriiis: Th IlK'tGUAK mtio n the 1-Ifk ALf coctmns eUht jutae w irh ix Ininvy to tfc PUSCe ; juf-TilioM price. SI.5: rcr hi'icuui in ailranc. Tb. Dot.!.R 12ditio cori:.st n! tau 4ar ot the n-eular edition am', countiiid all the EHtorinl an t f,r.i ews. i Arrival and Departure of Malls. Mail east and west via. C. I. Mo. Pacific It. -If... arrives, 4 a xh. lraves 7 30 p tn, daily. . Alma and Phiilipshurc Arrive 12 m, Monday. Wednesdays and Fri days; leaves i p in. IjOuz Island and Phillipshurg Ar rives l'J m. and leaves 1 p. m., on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday. Nance mid Phillipsburir Arrives 4 p. mi., Tuesdays aiid Fridays : leaves 8 a. m., Wednesdays and Saturdays. WagnersvIUc and Phillipsburg Ar rives '1 p. m. and leaves 3 p. la. on Tuesdays Saturdays!' Poat-Oftiee Hours Opens 8 a m. closes at H p in. Sundays opens 9 a tn. and closes 7 p in, closes 10 a in and 7.3a pin. Money order business closes ai ii p in. No -money orde...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 March 1884

rg Herald. MARCH 27. Secret Societies. 1. O. O. F. Philhpghiirit Lclga No. 165. uietavery We.l TtAft-MV. Vidtinr hrulhran ir!ith inriiml li. HtKBd. W. W .'A.XUKK&U.N, .N. U. F. T.M. lJu'cher, Kec. ee'y. A. F. and A. M.- Pblllipsbur Luige nuu.bf.r ml. meets ever Fatuntay on or ie-ure h (till mo u. visiting brrtLreu cordiiiljy invitel (o attanl. J.U- Gfcphart,wcy. P- :- &. Lowf, W M K.ofP. Credent Ld?e rum t-r 42. ireeta every Mon day evening. Vi&itiug brethren crdilly invit d to nttend UaViu Mik&k O.C. J. Jackson, K of K an-i S. G A R. rbillirfburgr Poct oiiniber 7 meet Saturday aftr lull Di'oon, Vieitiug comrades alwHyx VtlCIIie. iRMt TKAiH. P C. J. . Lowe. Adj. Church Directory. I. E.Chunh l;ev, w . K- Mn, every alter nate .-a'jluth a: 11 o'clock A. M ai-17J6 o "cluck P. Al. ctaujtuciijg Aa tih 1142. Pret.)jj teria. Rev. Tbeo Jirneken every second and louitli isatLalhs at 11 o'ewirk A. M. Alter nate at b p ni. Alternate at 7," i. ni. TT S O. IV-.l-O-L .t L.' O- I I ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 March 1884

MrwtftL 1 T T TIT TT T Published by WILX.IAM IJISSELL. PHILLTPSBURG, - - - KANSAS. NEWS SUMMARY. MISCELLANEOUS. Et. Patrick's day was observed in the large cities. The Fouthern Pacific road has reopened for business. " Crevasse continue to cause much trouble along the Lower Mississippi. Fusil oil in dangerous quantities is found in ''Eye and Rock" candy. The loss of life by the Pocahontas, Va., mine Lb placed at 112 men. The fact mail service "will be extended from Chicago to New Orleans. The Woman's Medical College, Philadel phia, graduated twenty-one students. Chicago slaughtered 7C0.CC0 head of cattle lest ytsr lor the dietiid beef bttinets. Colhuin's t-pice mills at Philadelphia were damaged 76,tC0 by tire. Insurance $0,OCO It ie f ttixnated that the Texas cattle drive the ctiu ng teuton will reach over 300,010 bead. Fiftetxi thcutand dollars' worth of naph tha exploded lecently, at Hunter's Point, L.I. A furplus of $50,CC0 frcm the Texas pen itential ieu was handed over to the ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 March 1884

KANSAS NEWS. Iuka has its first brass band. Waterville ha3 a "Mystic Circle." There are 725 convicts in the State pen hentiaiy. Thomas county has a town called Ot terbourne. A vocal society has been organized in Arkansas City. Wichita is clamoring for better post office facilities. A new opera house has been opened at Independence. The Kansas Central has thirteen loco motives on duty. A colony of fifty German families is axpected in Decatur county. During a recent wolf hunt in Sumner county, not a wolf was seen. The Southern Kansas Teachers' Asso ciation will meet at Wichita, March 25th. A McPherson colored woman publicly horse-whipped a Negro who had insulted her. At Wichita some one threw a stone through a window in the Baptist church during services. The tramps appear to have struck Kansas in numbers and are operating ex tensively in the country. Lincoln Banner : The attendance at tendance at the Union Sunday School last Sunday was eighty-two. There have been over twenty-five hou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 March 1884

'fAy- THE ONLY TR03 V . i FASTS ttZZXZZVZS It will pnriiy aud enrich the BLOOO. rejsUU the LIV8au4 KIDNEYS, aiidftKSTOitJt thi H-EAXTSi and VIQOX of YOUTH! In all those diseases requiring a certain and efficient TONIC, peclallv Dyspepsia, Waut of Appetite. indlres tloa, lack at utrenr Ui. etc.. Its use la marked with 1 in mediate and womleriul results. Kous, mmcles aud nerves receive new force. Ealivena (he mind and supplies Brain Power. flflirjfS suffering from all complaints mm k W I U Cjpecullar to their sex will And la 2R. EARTES'9 IRON TOCTIO a safe and speedy care. It gives a clear and healthy complexion. Tiie strongest testimony to the value ot Dtt. I aktkr's lRorc Tosic is that frequent attempt at counierfrttiiig have only added to the popular ity of the original. If you earnestly desire healtk lo not experiment get tlx original and Bst. rSendroar tddrsNUTlMDr. HarUr Mad. Co. I fit. Louis, Wo., for oar "S1XAK StOOJC. fl txaUol strange and csefullnforcaatloa.fraa.l' pR. Harte...

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