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

V ll I. ' Piiillipsburg Herald. .apjiil 17. Secret Societies. I. O. O. F. Fhilhpstmrg bodge No. lG-'i. meets every Wed nei'luy. Visiting brethren crJialt invite? to a tie ad. . W. v. Adkei,o.n, 2i. (i. i X,M. Xufcbe', Rec. .-e-'y. A. F. and A. M. - Philhpsbanr Lotge number iai. rcetts every PatunLiy on r tsiore hs fn 1 1 uuoc. vithina l.rethrou cordially in vitei to atteini. IT. T.ii. lutetier,sejy. 1. C. ti. Low r W M K, of P. Cresent Lodge cumber -12. meet every Mon day evening. VieiUDg brethren cordially invit ed to it tend. Datid Ma sice & 0.C- J. Jackson, K of R ani fc. G-A- R. rbilliitarg Pot cumUr 7 meet? Saturday after lull moon. Visiting cotiirad always welcome. Ir'fUMt THAiat 1' C. W W. Ands-on. Adj. Church Directory. 1. K.Chur-b Kev, iC- Atlfan, every alter nate Sabbath at 11 o'clock' A. M aud 7)6 o'clock P. M. cvinxxjeuciug Ma 6ib 1KK2. Preebyteriai, Rev. Theo Bracken every fab tt'.. tuuiDitiK at 11 o'cioc k. Alteru&lu evei.ii.cs 8, Union Sabbath School JJvary Sa...

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 April 1884

FnbLished by WILXIAM 1USSEXL. PHILLIP6BTJRG, - - KANSAS. NEWS SUMMARY. MISCELLANEOUS. The Butler county corn train reached Cincinnati April 10th. Wheat, has taken a great drop and several failures have followed. More than $2,000,000 in specie was ship ped to Europe, April, 8th. Rain fell at Los Angeles, CalM for thirty six hours, deluging the city. The last of the outside militia regiments has been withdrawn from Cincinnati. Thomas Nickerson has been chosen Presi dent of the Mexican Central road. Fire losses in the United States during the month of March were $8,250,000. The railway time convention at Cincin nati adopted the schedule of last Summer. Comptroller Knox has resigned, and ac cepted the presidency of a New York city bank. Four fishing tugs at St. Joseph, Michigan, secured seven thousand pounds of white fish one day. Two of the trichina victims at Loyal hanna, Pa., have died, and another daughter cannot.recover. The First National Bank of St. Albans, Vt., and the First Nat...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 April 1884

ICANSAS NEWS Marshall county has no coroner. There are three secret societies in Ax tell. The Frankfort leap year ball was a success. The militia company of Marysville has a weekly drill. The Odd Fellows of Axtell will have a ball April 25th. There is a "Doo Da" campaign club in Cherokee county. The emigrant train on the Santa Fe road has been taken off. in Abilene, with ninety Pennsylvanians, looking for farms and ranches. Mr. Bender was here, and said he would De here in Brookville with some 20 families sometime next week. Randolph Echo: There were sold by Randolph merchants last week, 50,000 pounds barbed wire, 27 cultivators, 4 wagons, 67 plows, iy narrows, stalk cutters, 6 corn planters, 4 check rowers, 4 lister drills, 3 corn drills, 14 sets of harness and smaller implements too numerous to mention. One store sold in one day, grass seed to the amount of $103, while on Saturday, another one bought 420 doz. eggs. The tornado season is nigh at hand and all property owners should ...

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

COURT PROCEEDINGS. Hon . V II . Pratt. Judge. G. A. f pau!d:ng. Clerk. . B. Wool'-. Mieuff R. W. Mc-Elroy, Co. Attorney. Court convened Mar. 24, 1SS4 , Judge Pratt, presiding. State f Kansas v.-. .Samuel Iludson, dismissed, co.t of county. Same vs. D. O. Stainbrook. Defendant at large, cae contini:ed, Sj:me vs. U. F. Miller, trial by jury, found guilty of an assnult, fined 20 and costs. Max Ancreroth vs. Lou's Bierman, trial by jury, verd ct for pltff tor $75. E'H.GHmmon vs. A. A. Burdick, trial by jury, verdict for deft. Alton Asrr. Works vs. Wm. Jennings and Snuili McCall, trial by jury, verdict for defts. J. W. Hamilton vs. Jennie S. Lozier, Adms.. Joseph Pasko and Aaron Wea ver., trial bv juiy, verdict for pltffs for $287.50. Jo-eph Young vs. A. A. Wmship et al, judnment for pltff for S2GG. and judg ment of forclosure of a certain R. K. Mortgage. W. B. Stephenson vs Est ell a N Edge combe. di. misled at cost of pltff, A. E. Adams vs. M. J. Cole judgment for pltff, $15.54. las. A...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 24 April 1884

LJTTT I UnOBITBPl SPEAK TO THEM THAT THEY GO FORWARD. VOL. VI. NO. 24. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1884. 81.50 In Advance. 1L i . Fhiliipsiiiirg Herald. n BUSHED EVERT THtESDAI, RY jBx tSc Pscp. .J. IE- Trzrag. .Local .Editob. CfFJCJil DIRECTORY- STATE OIF1 KANSTS. Governor G. W. Glick. Lieut. -Governor D. V. Finney. Secretary of State James Smith. Auditor ...E. P. MeCabe. Treasurer Bam. T. Howe. Supt. Pub. Instruction H. C. Speer. Attrnev General V. A. Johnston. Public Printer.. .T. Pwight Thatcher. T. r, 0 . f J. J. Incalls. TJ. 6. benators j p pmmb paLIiLIPS COITUTY. Pistrict Judge...., W. PL Pratt State Senator Geo. II. Ca.se. p -uircsentative V. II McBride i.--k Dist. Court G. A. Spaulding. Ct.untvClyrk J. YV. Lowe. Rei'r of Deeds Ritner Smith. I 1 reasurer xj. aj. cvmui. Sheriff. lohn "Woods. ,Supt. Pub, Instruction. ..C A. Lewis. Probate Judge H C. Spaulding. County Surveyor W. B. Stuber.. County Attorney .tS. W. McKlroy. Coroner O W Gaudy 11st Dist, H Moulton. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 24 April 1884

KANSAS SPRING-WIND POETRY. BYE. D.WIN. As Spring comes on the poet's mind Seeks, and not in vain, to find Some topic bright on which to write, And give new pleasure to mankind. So I a Spring-time poet, try Upon the earth or in the 6ky, Or in the intervening epace, To find some one thing that will grace, Or be graced by my little song ; So I have hunted all day long For objects rare, and faces fair, That only leave me in despair When found. But im that space between The earth and fky 'tis there I find My subject it is lelt, not seen My topic rare the Kansas wind. An hour ago, how fair and bright 1 he evening was with radiant light ; And to the breeze the budding trees Bowed their heads, with pure delight, Then straightened back in calm content, As if their nodding only meant, "Good evening gentle wind ; you blow So soil and still that we may grow All undisturbed our Summer drees ?" The gentle breeze seemed saying, "yes" But then it lied, it only tried, With its soft tone, to turn asi...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 24 April 1884

KANSAS NEWS. Valley Falls has a literary society. Kingman county has had a good rain. A party of Belgians have settled near St. Marys. Several settlers have made final proofs in Lane county. The State University at Lawrence wants a $250 well. C.Lewis of St. Marys shipped 2,800 dozen eggs in ten days. Goods are frequently stolen from the depot at Enterprise. Lawrence is said to be building two hundred new houses. John E. Bens has been nominated for Postmaster at Ottawa. The boxes at the Augusta Tost oflice are numbered with soap. The old Parsons mill at Parsons was recently destroyed by fire. Arbor days have been announced in several towns of the State. The emigrant train on the Santa Fe road has been taken off. The Knights of Pythias of Salina are talking of a "uniformed rank." Two cornets were used at a praise meeting in Smith Centre, recently. 2 Hon. C. M. Kellogg has left Clay Cen ter and gone to Ashtabula, Ohio, to live. John Piatt and Frank Horton of Pleas anton shipped 1800 do...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 24 April 1884

APRIL 21 T-rms: TU Unfict, .b E niTioif ot the Hfr '.j.i cintainH eight pupes with rx chimes to the puWript ion rrwte tJ)0 per annum in fc.ii-ii.nci. Th TM.o Edition consist ol four r sir? oJ the regular edition anl cuut&iD ill the K,!itr'wl anlLoeai News. .Ardval andQapartura of Mails, MttiJ fast iiud west via. C. B. Mo. Fac.ille 11. ii., arrives, 4 a in. lcavea ; 'ju p m, daily. Alinaotul PhilliiMburg Arrives 13 m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri--(Jays; leaves 1 p in. Lon rIand and PhiliipsbuTgAjv rives 12. m. and leaves 1 p. ru., on TuJays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Xance and Phil lipsbunj Arrives 4 p. m.f Tuesdays and Fridays ; leaves 5 a. in., Wednesdays and Saturdays. Wajrnersvillc and Phillipsburg Ar rives 2 p. in. and iesives 3 p- UJ, on 'f u esda vs Watu rd a vs . Pnst-bfflce Hours Opens S am, (elopes at 8 p in. Sundays opens 9 a m, fxiul closes 7 p in, closes 10 a in and 7.30 I in. Money order business closes at (6 p in. onioney order or register titer business transacted ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 24 April 1884

Phillipsburg Herald, APRIL 24. Secret Socletle. I. O. O. F. PhilTipsburjf Lodge No. 165. meets every Wed sesday. Visitiug brethren cordially invited to .attend. W. tV. AsDKRbON,.N. G. P. T.il.Dutcher, Rec. -ec'y. A. F. and A. M. Phillipsbunr Low go uumb IrA. meets every Saturday on or lieiore 'he lull moon, visiting brethren cordially invited to uUend. 1'. T. M. Dutcber, ee;y. f. C. i. Lowk, W M K. of P. Credent Lodge number 42. meets every Mon day evenintc. Vibitinjf brethren cordixlly invit . d to attend, David ilAKKsa C.C J. Jackson, K of R and S. ' G. A- R. rbill;ifburg Post number 7 meets Saturday after lull moon. Visiting comrades always nelonie. J'rmc tkaIN, P C, Yi' W. Anderson. Adj, Church Directory. M. E.rburch Kev, w. K- Allen, every alter nate e-abbiith at 11 o'clock A. W aod7K o'clock P.M. commencing May 6:h 182. Prepbyteriai. Rev. Theo Bracken every sab bath moiniLg at 11 o'clock. Altercate evenings 8. Union Sabbath School Every Sabbath at 10 o'oclot-k a. m. Presbyteri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 24 April 1884

Fubllslied by WILLIAIJ BISSXZX. PHTT.TiTPSBUBG, - - HANS AS NEWS SUMMARY. MISCELLANEOUS. Three thousand persons witnessed a cock fight at Coney Island recently. Emigration from Canada to New Eng land factory towns is increasing. An ice gorge in tha Penobscot at Baneor, Me., broke, carrying out 1,000,000 feet oi Iocs. Sorakichi, the Japanese wrestler, defeat ed Andre Christol at Cleveland in a mixed match. The Governor of Louisiana has issued his usual quarantine proclamation taking effect May 1st. Harper's rolling mill, at Newport, Ky., is forced to shut down on account of a strike of coal heavers. It is believed that a cotton crop can yet be raised in some portions of Louisiana, de spite the floods. Corpus Christi has organized special san . itary measures on account of the prevalence of malarial fever. The U. S. dispatch boat Dolphin, has been successfully launched from Roach's yard in Chester, Pa. The heirs at law of Mrs. Valeria G. Stone, who left $250,000 to charitable institut...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 24 April 1884

About Hog Cholera. Kansas Farmer. The disease which is called by this name is not properly catalogued; that is to say, it is not cholera at all, but rather an influenza. But we need not stop to quarrel about names when the thing it self is facing us. We hear a good deal of complaint of the disease in some parts of the (State, and take our first opportunity to call attention to some facts and infer ences concerning the matter. What i3 called hog cholera comes from causes similar to those which produce lung and intestinal diseases among men. Dust, smoke, filth, foul air, mouldy food these, and many other things will bring on this troublesome disease. Any thing that will prevent these -will pre vent hog cholera. Comfortable, clean, well ventilated stables in which the ani mals are not crowded; good, wholesome food, not all corn; plenty of clean water; a little wood ashes or copperas occasion ally; plenty of soft, 6loppy food; grass in the growing season; in short, such treat ment as wi...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 24 April 1884

1 SXiM I'lHu'l'M ! 1,1 TlrTiiMml WHEIIIIF'JS.SALE. v3 ftte of Kansas, I Phillips County, In the di trict oourt of Phillips county, The American Ireeho!u Land Morijirt; Co. of J-.ondim. Lim.. nltffs. VS. - : Case No, 531 XHharle? K. Gitchell Julia A liitchell atul Austin Corbin defts. J Public notice is hereby given, that un der, and by vinue i the jud-r life nt ren dered in lho above entitled action, in mid bv the aboe named court, and of an order of mta is.-ued on sid judg ment, to me direct, d ar.d delivered, 1 will on Mondaj, May 26. 1884, between the hours of one and two o'clock p.m., of naid day, at the front door of the court h iiise, in lhillipburg, in the county of Phillips-state of Kan-a-, offer at public sale and i-ell to the highest;, bidder, for cash in Hand, the following described real pi opertj, namely : The northeast quarter (1-4) of hection twelve (12), in township one (1), south of range nine teen wo-.t of the sixth (Gih) p. m.. all in the coun'y of I'hilhps, state...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 24 April 1884

HERAi J SUPPLEMENT. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS APRIL 24,. l84- SHERIFFS SALE. State of Kansa-, Phillip count , $ ' In the Patriot Court of PhiiUps count John Merkline, Plaintiff. vs. Case No. 521 Nellie Wilkenson, Ar thur McKinnev, Lucy Read. Delos l-uller & NeL-on Carlton, Defendants. ) Public n- tice i hereby given that un der and by virtue of the judgment ren SHERIFF S SALE. Stale of Kansas j Phillip- Conntv In I he di-lrict court of Phillips founty. The New .England i 'Mortgage Security j : ! Company, - . Pltffs. VS. ) ae ro. odi . James E. Morris!, ( Mary S Morris and i Austin Corbin deft. I Public notice is hereby given, that un der, and by virtue of the judgment ,en" SHERIFF'S SALE. State of Kansas. ( Phillips County, Wsi W I ' . - . ..... in me iisirici court or Phillips county. Mortgage Security : Company, pltff.s VS. if. .i. nevoe Anna Devoe and Austin Case No. 532. dered in the above entitled action, in dered in the- anove entitled action, in anA hv th0 ah,.r namoH nonrt . ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 24 April 1884

SUBSCRIBE FOR THE HERALD. - SHKIUFF'S SALE state of Kansas. I SB .. SHERIFF'S SALE. State of Kansas; o ' " ..LMl! - S3 rmiiins p.oiiiilv. v i fn tfc IlitviVt r'nnrt. .if i.hitHn-jpjmntv. I Phillips COUtlty The American Fi eekold v. -A In "strict Court of Phillips county. Land Mortgage Co. of j . !Tne American Freehold 5 v Iondon, Limited, j Case No, 528 ! Land Mortgage Co. of S plaintiff. j London, Limited, ) Case no 533 vs. I i '"" Plaintiffs, - vs. i Frederick U. Borrell, An- .. na B. Borrell and Austin ! Corbin, Defendants The Largest PAPER IN the County, And the "only paper published at Phil- lipsburg-, the County Seat of Phillips County. John VV. Clover, Hes ter Caroline Clover, & Austin Corbin, Defendants. Public notice is hereby giv;en that tin" j Public notice is hereby given, thai, der and by virtue of the judgment'ren- i undet, and by yjrtue oi the judgment dered in The above entitled actidn. in ' rendered in" the above entitled action, in and by the above named court,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 May 1884

o J .L . j A JlERALD HILLIP speak to thp;m that thp:y go forward. VOL. VI. NO. 24. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1884. 81.50 In Advance Phillipsliurg Herald. Pt'BLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, bt T. IE- T7tt ,t rrrsr, officiaL directory. r.TA.H?IE OP KANSAS. Governor O. W. Glick. Lieut. Governor... D. W. Finney. Secretary of State fames Smith. Auditor E. P. McCabe. Treasurer Sam. T. Howe. Supt. Pub. Instruction H. C, Speer. .AtUrney General W. A. Johnston. Public Printer.. .T. Dwight Thatcher, -TT o 4 f J. J. Ingalls. U S. Senators p B pilb. JP E-I LliLIPS GOTJiTTY. District Judge W. H. Pratt tttate Senator - Geo. II. Case. vpresentntive V. H Meliride V-k Dist. Court G. A. Similding. O.unty Clerk J. W. Lowe. IReg'r of Deeds Ilitner Smith. Treasurer I). L. Smith. Sheriff. John Woods. 1Supt. Pub. Instruction. ..C. A. Lewis. Probate Judge H C. Spaulding. County Surveyor W. B. St u her. Jounty Attorney .-.,...S. V. McElroy. Coroner O W Gaudy !lst Dist, II. Moulton. 2d Dit, J- II. Clo.s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 May 1884

A GOOD FRIDAY HYMN. I jraze upon the thorn-crowned brow I see tne pierced hands ; It seems in vain, I cannot yield The love such love demands. Thou givest to my weary soul Far more than angel's food, The body offered for my sake. Thine own most precious blood. Thyself in me, and I in thee, A. mystery divine. That so the fire of thy dear love May kindle warmth In mine. Yet even thus my heart is cold, And holds aloof from thee ; I have the wish but not the will To love thee fervently. Thou dost not quench the smoking flax ; I will not then despair ; Thou knowest all my heart, and thou, . Will fan the embers there, Until they rise, an upward flame Of heavenly perfect love, And in that light I see thy face And worship thee above . THE FUNERAL OF LINCOLN. BY HEXRY B. HUR3T. The ground is white with apple blooms, As though a fragrant snow lay there, And from the meadows' breezy bosoms, The blackbirds' music floods tbe air ; But he who beard the robin whistle, Last Spring, among the apple'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 May 1884

SANDY TAKES A TAP. Sixteen Thoasand Dollars on the Turn of a Card I leave for the States in the Morn la' ." Philadelphia Times. "Don't seem to be' doing much busi ness?" "No; the game isn't popular here." The speakers were Gerard G of Mo bile and the writer; the time, last August, and the place the "Office" saloon at the Hot Springs, where, in addition to the other attractions, a "monte" game was gQing on. m Its exponent was a short, stout Mexican with a skin colored . like the rind of a railway refreshment-room ham and about as greasy. He was for ever smoking little short stubs of cigar ettes, all the. smoke of which he some how swallowed without its seeming to impair his digestion, as he munched a sandwich between the puffs. His hand kerchief was thrown across his knees, and he dealt in his shirt-sleeves from a very thin and strange-looking pack of Spanish cards, as ours are too thick for the purpose. These he held face up ward and pulled them off the pack one at a time, without e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 May 1884

' Phillipsburg. Herald. MAY 1. Tin Sc IPo. Trms : The Rr'jcut E ditioh of the Hrh alt cod tains eijcht ja?es with ix clHraasto th pae ; subscription price $1.50 per annuo in adrance. Th Dollar Emtios consists of four pages of the regular edition uui contains all the Editorial and Local New?. Arrival and Departure of Malls. Mail east and west via. C. B. Mo. Pacific R. It., arrives, 4 a rn, leaves 7 30 p m, daily. Alma and Phillipsburg Arrives 12 ra, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri days; leaves 1pm. Long Island and Phillipsburg Ar rives 1' m. and leaves 1 p. in,, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdajs. Nance and Phillipsburg Arrives 4 p. ra., Tuesdaj s and Fridays ; leaves 8 a. in., Wednesdays and Saturdays. Waguersvilleand Phillipsburg Ar rives 2 p. m. and leaves 3 p. in. on Tuesdays Saturdays. Post-Office Hours Opens 8 a m, closes at 8 p in. Sundays opens 9 a m, 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 etter business tra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 May 1884

PitiliipsiMg Horald, MAY 1. j Secret Societies. I. O. O. F. PhillipHtirg Lodge No. 16o.iaeetiery W4 ceedav. Visitii. brethren crdUUy invited to attend W. W. Akdkhok,.N. G. F. 'i',M.Datebe, Bee. ec'y. A. F. and A. M. Phillipsbunr Loge uuuiber 14. meet every 8atorday on or U'ur 'he (nil mon. visitiug brethren cordially invited to attend. i T. M. Dutcber, . i. C. S. Lowe, W M K.rxfP. Creseot Lodge number 42. meet every Mon day evening. Vieitiug bretbren cordially invit d to attend. David Maxkcb. C.C. J. Jackson, K of R ana 8. CA- R. Pbillil'sburg Pot number 7met8 Saturday after lull tuoon, Viaiting eoiurades always weloue. k'Au. tuaih, P 0. Vi' W, Anderson. Adj. Church Directory. M.E. Church Rev, R- Allen, every alter nate Sabbath at 11 o'clock A. M. aad7X o'clock P.M. commencing May 6ib 1882. Prenbyteriau Rev. Tbeo Bracken every sab bath tnotning at 11 o'clock. Alternate evenings 8. Union Sabbath School Every Sabbath at 10 o'oclock a. in. Preebytenan Sabbath School At the church very ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 May 1884

Pnbllfined by YFIIXIASX BTSSKT.f. PIIIIJJPSBTJRG, - KANSAS. NEWS SUMMARY. MISCELLANEOUS. Brig.-Gen. Stanley is assigned tothede partment oi lexas. The steamship Alert, ot the Greely expe dition, nas arrived at New York. The Treasury has purchased 324,000 ounces of silver lor the diCerent mints. Heavy rains in Arkansas have caused suspension of farm work in many localities The grand parade of uniformed Knights of Pythias at New Orleans, attracted cro rds oi spectators. It is reported tbat immensely rich car bonate gold mines have been discovered near Pike's Peak. J. C. Burrows, of Michigan. Solicitor of the Treasury, has written the President, formally declining the office. The Secretary of the Treasury has noti fied "Wicher, Collector of Customs at Key West of his removal from office. Brig. Gen. Lawrence has resigned and the Governor has tendered the appointment io Gen. Wm. Tecumseh Sherman. There appears to be great suffering among the inhabitants on the lower Mississippi river, on...

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