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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 August 1884

KANSAS NEWS. Leavenworth has seven miles or Etreet railroad in operation. Recently five houses were entered by burglars during one night at Lawrence. The Oberlin Eye complains that school land is being sold in large bodies, instead of quarter sections, in Decatur couuty. Geo. Morris, a fourteen-year-old boy, was killed while jumping on a moving lreight train in the Union Pacific yards at Lawrence. Burr Oak Herald: A little child of Mr. Ludwig Berg, aged 4 years and 3 months, got badly scalded with hot water Mon day, and died from the effects. Nickerson register: A gentleman living at Hutchinson said in this city last Sun day evening, that there were nolens than 150 cases of sickness in that city, and one or two deaths have lately occurred. S. F. Boyd, station agent at Edwards ville, Douglas county, jumped from a moving freight train at Lenapeand was probably fatally injured. He was taken to the Railway Hospital at Kansas City. Commonwealth: Col. X. S. Gos3 left for Cape Cod on about...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 August 1884

Pliiiiiiisburff Herald. CHEAP GASH STORE i"38 I I 1 ST'IlIIIIPS w u ii l v LzJc i i tva i ii y l y I a h , ii. U i J AUGUST 14. PHILLIPSBURG, - KANSAS In the Post-O&ice Building, deals in Stationery Stationery, EDITOHS. -K R Republican Ticket. For President. MES G. BLAISE, of Maire- For Vice-President. JOHN A. LOGAK, cf niincis- For Presidential Electors. At r r JOHN II. RICE, At Large A yALENTINE. Int. District A. J, FELT 2.1 District . O. PICKER ING Sd Distric t JOHN L , DEXISON 4th District jr. JJ, KILLER 6th District IF. STUROIS 6th District -W, S. TILTOX 7th District r. r. rzxB For Congress, LEWIS HANBACK, of Osborne. STATE TICKET. For Cheif Justice, A. II. NORTON, of Atchison. For Associate Justice, W. A. JOHNSTON, of Ottawa. For CJ over nor, JOHN A. MARTIN, of Atchison. For Lieutenant-Governor, A. P: RIDDLE, of Crawford. For Secretary of Htate, E. B. ALLEN, of Sedgwick. For State Auditor, E. P. McCABE, of Graham. For State Treasurer, SAM. T. HO WE, of Marion, For Attorney...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 August 1884

Piiillinsoiirg Herald. AUGUST 14. LOCAL HERALDINGS. A good rain Monday night. Lefilngwell & McClung, will sell you goods WAY DOWN, Our Kirwia correspondence ras Loo late thid week fur publication. A, Miles, of Iguu, was visiting in the city Sunday, the guet of J, 13, Woodd, ; W . I. Fuller, of Freedom township, brought in an ear of corn that measures 14 inches in length. A. shearrer and wife, of Gatyetsburg, Graham county, were in town this week the guests of Prof. Bryant. ' G. C. Woods, of Ve-niont, Illinois, Ls visiting in the city, a guest of his broth ers, J. B. and J. Woods. F . e. Winship, east side square, will sell yon goods as cheap as they can bo tought in the west. Give him a call. D. A. Huling, and his clerks, have been very buny this week preparing for their Immense fctck u fall goods, jiow on the road. D. W. Poet has sold his farm in Deer creek township , to his cousin B. F. Ilayne of Missouri. Mr. Pfost will locate again in this vicinity. We visited the Phillipsbu...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 August 1884

rublibed bj WIUJA3I TUSSTXr, PniLLirSBURG, KANSAS. The dudes are in a great sweat on ac count of one of the brotherhood having died from apoplexy. It was caused by the rush of a small quantity of blood to the head. There not being any brain there for it to cushion on, a blood vessel was ruptured, which filled the cranium, literally drowning the poor crerture. For years the ltev. Dr. Horstman, rec tor of St. Mary's Iloman Catholic church, Philadelphia, has suffered from persist ent asthma and hay fever. Every known remedy has been tried, without avail. Itecently, however, the reverend gentle man submitted to a rare and peculiar op eiation. A portion of the noee bone was skillfully removed, and the result was a thorough and permanent cure. Mm. Arnold, of Boonsboro, Ky., has a turkey hen w hich persists daily in de positing two perfect eggs in her nest. Mrs. John Aldriuge has a chicken hen which laid five egirs in one day. Am brose Hall has a black duck which lays only once a week, whe...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 August 1884

Plumb on Politics. Eansas City Journal, 7th. Hon. T. B. Tlumb, United States Sena tor from Kansas, arrived in this city via the Missouri Pacific at 7:30 o'clock last evening, returning home from Washing ton. Alter the adjournment of Congress, the Senator, bein? Chairman of the Com mittee on Expenditures, w as detained in Washington several weeks finishing cer tain investigations commenced before the session closed, and arranging mat ters for the next session. After com pleting this work he made a several week's visit to North Carolina, and is now returning to his home in Emporia for the first time since congress convened Last December. He looks unusually well and hearty, and expresses himself as feeling entirely in accordance with his appearance. A Journal reporter met Senator Plumb on the depot platform immediately upon his arrival and interviewed him briefly upon the political situation. "The prospects could not well be more flattering for Kepublican success than at present,";said...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 August 1884

lhe - i ttj p"""t ?- r -.- v,-.i, . 1 Mo. P. R. R. TlmeT bie. tlsi! and F.xvrfxo, nisi east ' west KV.-ieVifK ininff patt Tues. Tour S 5;0; 119 4:.'.:") A- U it. " w-at Mi.n.. W ed.. Fri,, .H:-iH, W Fwr., - feui't. Atc'uiioo Mt(-o AKsIstai.t " irT!ralt-al Kr,.ll,r n'l A;t .St r.TOTson w"n t'rt i Hhih At Atchison rotz freiaht aiiCTi'-ket AKt Marviu Loa ! -J RELIABLE SELF-CURE. f A fnvor'.Ut irtscr1pt:on of one cf tfcB UUl nolwd ni Bucce.lul M):cialit.ta in the U. 3. now r-lir-il) lor tin' cure ii Arrro" AtroiUri, Jsumt Xianhourt, It fafitirmm nnJ lcoy. heat Uil.luiUBt-ulrdt uvt-lui.fy Wi. I)iugti3lcunhUlU Addre DR. WARD A CO., Louiiiam, Mo. I nbl ictttion r.oticc o87i! First publication August 7 1884. Samuel W Baker and Mary K Baker will take notice that the American Jlortac;e and Investment Company as plahiun" did on the 29 day of July lv84, lile in thecice of the Clerk of the lMs triet Court of Kansas ia atidfor Phillips county a petition against them as defendants setting " forth ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 August 1884

ID O h H u- ft H jri SPKAK 'i'O TIIKM TIIVT 'X'HKY GO FORWAKD. VOL. VI NO 41 PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21. 1SS4, 8150 IN ADVANCE. Piiillipsburg Herald. ITBLISilED EY TElRSDiY, KV BISSELL & LIGKTF00T EDITORS. Phi n f r t f J . J . .M . Mutcber, Kc:. ei- v. A. F. and A. M. PhiUil)U Loajtu i: it in t.t-r ls-l. meet every Fiiturt;iv ,u or i.dui e r:ie lall nnx.n. vi.-uuni Lrptl.rfii r iiilly in ite-l t ntteml. 1". X. M. luichtr,.-v .y. '. ri. LtiviK, . ii. K.ofP. Ore-cut Ldpr" r.ui.0.-r IJ. ii-c-t i-ycy Mon day fvrniiiK. Vi.-iiu-i: lrHirc-ii c..rl' 1 1 y '"'; d to itleud. 1av IU .MaSUKI: J. Juckflt.u, K of K nn i S. G A- R. PM'lii.siurif I'o.-r iniiiitier . mei cpts S'Hurd.iy ! after lull moon, Yi.-iuuB ciurnl-s !'7V' ' welf.tue. Fli;k JliniN. 1 ( "VV- W . Amlf rsin. Adj. ; Church Dtrectori'. j 11. K.O nr.h-Kov, H- A!!n. "very nUtr- rate .atbMh at 11 o'clock A M ami . o cIik-k P.M. couiuiencinsf May t;;u 1-. I'rei-byteriHu lie v. Thco i:r:u-ken cvry s:ih Latj uioruioK a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 August 1884

KANSAS NEWS. Lawrence Las 130 telephones in use. The Retail Jewelers' Association of Kanf-as assembled in Lawrence. Irive liquor dealers were airtsted and fined 100 each, in Wellington, last week. Norton county will have this year a million bushels "of corn and small grain. Jo seph Mebory w as drowned in a ten deep pond near Jewell City, while foot tVi in The Aschman Concert Garden at Leav enworth was burned to the ground. Lobs i 2,000. The Lincoln City Council has in creased the show license in that town from to 100. The Ft. Scott Monitor says that the ex tension of the Chicago & Alton railroad to Parsons, via Girard is again being ag itated. The Gaylord woolen mills are now running one hundred and thirty spin dles. The yarn manufactured is said to be of superior quality. Morgan Robinson, a prominent busi ness man, of Harper, attempted to Com mit suicide a few days ago with a razor. Business troubles the cause. Oscar Halsen and a Mr. Parfoot shot City Marshal Rayner and his dep...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 August 1884

KASPIiEfUilES UED. BY ROBIN WOOD. EIpe red raspLerrfes, raspberries rid, Will you tuy. Madam Luy? Many a luile iu the sun to-day Have we vaiideied far and iar away, Dtar little Huh and I, .Alter the-e berries, lresh and red ; over rocks and t ills our way has led : "N b.o'11 buy, who'll buy our raspberries red? Elpe red raspberries, raspberries red? Koa ia tired and to am I, And mother, cear. wiil wait and wait, All alone at our collage gate, Who'll buy, who'll buy? Before ihe;r Iumtous bloom is shed. tur rrtpberriea ripe, ras-pberries red ; Who'll buy, who'll buy the&e raspberries red? Ilipe red ra'plerries, raspberries red : W ill not somebody buy ? We hurried along so last, so fast. That w e m ght not be the very last, With our b rries. Rod and 1 ; For mother is poor and father Is dead, And w e must bell theie raspberries red. Who'll buy, who'll buy our raspberries red, Kipe red raspberries, raspberries red, 111 you buy. Madam, buy? Down under leaves fresh and green. Cool and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 August 1884

Phillipsburg Herald, aL'gust 21. EDITORS- nn FOR THE CAMPAIGN The Daiiy and Weekly phampign. For Republican Principles pn Re" publicpn Candidates. , , I i l H Mil H H H M Gentle Reader. Did vou know thai FRED. E. VJINSHIP had started in business? Did you Know he is anxious to work up a good trade? Did you know that in order to do so he expects to down them on prices? Did you know he bun the nobbiest ptore and the best selected .stock in the west. Did you know that eleven years experience in a new country gives him decided advantages. Did you know that your trade will be a great object to him, and that he expects to make his goods and prices an object to you. It is good judgment in you to place your dollars where they will do you "the most good and after a careful inspection of my stoek and prices, if you do not think that I merit your have to say is this: give me a trial. I pay no rents. ?Jyexpejises all told are a mere tritle. My goods are bought for cash and I flatter niysell that...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 August 1884

LOCAL HLRALDINGS. A child of I . Page is very iek. A child of Mrs. fc Mr, Robinson, died this morning abou. four o'clock . Notice the new ad of Chas. Dickey in another tolumu. The new school house at Logan is nearirg .completion. Irwin McDowell is disposing of his ponies very rapidly. At the school meeting last Thursday 11. Rogers was re-elected treasurer . We visited Iogaa this week, but have. not the'spaee to give an account of our trip. Mr. Carver, liviug near the mouth of Wolf creek, died very sudently last week. "Yacob Schneider, better known as our efticient county clerk was around on hia semi-occasional visit with the cigars. Captain Covington has sold a half in terest in his store at Logan to Mr. Mc, Croskey, of Rooks county. 1,700 pounds of iron were unloaded at McGuire Brothers blacksmith shop, in Logan, one day last week. The M. K. Church at Marvin will BOun be completed, so we are informed by Rev. Dalton- James Woods, north side square, will sell you jrroceies as cheap a...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 August 1884

ft inibli&hed by WILiiA.il BISSEIX. PHILLIPSBUItG, - KANSAS. NEWS SUMMARY. MISCELLANEOUS. The American Bankers' Association as- Bern bled at Saratoga, N. Y. Black Dog has been elected Chief of the Osage Indian Nation by a majority of 250. A fire in the ship yards of John Roach, at Chester, Pa., destroyed property valued at $200,000. "Well-borers at Wabash, Indiana, devel oped a gas vein which bida fair to illumi nate the city. The Agricultural Bureau report shows an improvement in the various crops over last month. One million two hundred and fifty thous and dollars arrived from England in Brit ish gold bars. Owing to dullness in prints nearly all the cotton mills at Fall Kiver, Mass., will ehut down Monday. All but two of the cotton mills at Peters burg, Va., have stopped on the account of the dullness of trade. The State department will issue a report on the condition of labor in all countries, together with wages, cost of living, etc. Commodore Garrison's inventory shows: Lia...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 August 1884

ltLLFOKD on the outlook. Judge Belford, of Colorado, is one of the shrewdest, aa he is also one of the boldest leaders of the republican party in the i-fuuthwest. -He has been inter viewed at Washington, and has given out his opinions with "force and clearness. There is not a shadow of doubt on his mind regarding the result of the election. "Blaine is go'ing to be elected, without doubt," he rays, ''and will carry New York, West Vir-inia and Ohio." AVe are of the earne opinion, but Belford'a testimony, coming fresh from the held of observation, is very valuable, and should encourage Republicans every where to pat forth their best efforts. Speaking of Cleveland's chances, Judge Belford speaks of his ceitain defeat, for the reason that he is a free-trader and monopolist, identified with the great cor porations and rings that have been try ing to dominate the country for years. Moreover, Cleveland is a political acci dent, and the Democracy does not take kindly to him. The working men ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 August 1884

Phillirsliurff Kera!d. Ai'(;rsT 21. Jl , .-J V-' ' - -i: - v . ' ; -" RELIABLE SELF-CORE i A f ivcnto pr-crtption of one of tlie JJioat Ijottrd !l Kui;t'!fui Sj"-i-luitMS 1 the I", Si. r now rt-tir-! tor t ni.-f .f Vrri ou Ltilitv, jLtmt Stanhaati. H'trateiim uinl uy. .-cut liipluia il iin ilc'ifi'i-c Iji UKgisincaa fill 1U AdcJre Oft. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Mo. xrr-w t ro . of fio Srrr?rriFic .r'rrrcAV. cr-. ! luiUH to i:oC .S"i.i -.Id's fn l'.-.t. lit:-, nvt-at-;. friUj J.iarn, V .yriUf. fur tUo 1 St.'l-. CannU-i. Knittml. t rat: . ni'.aiiy, e;c. li.ii(l iino jtbvut !tnts fi t lien. Tl!it i ;!,' txwt rit-nvo. Puieiri iiLr. ii.ii tbroituh ML X .t Ct.ur!at-ti!ctl U. tbe S-'ii N i 1 1 : AHKH'M . t larjt. J--'- -'-, ami most i:' ore u!:t it-it flciil.ti.l'j ;.'!per. to.-iu your. W?tklr. spli n.iivl e r:! ;: wJ HifTiiitiii io lornmtion. fi-icjau. rmv f t !:i ciilitic A utrr Icsn nr. tn-. iH'MjIl'NN'At'i).. ' It;,'ilirlO AiltlUJ-iN O.IiOP. iiiuuii I'. v. .e or it. 7J .Hn?ii?Tfrf-7TK...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 August 1884

r i.-, i , " a- 'i4 f -.. end Th, FlrsLNalior.il Bank of -'Da-tuquiw.lwwill: f tie notice that' the - Airni'ric43.aOitgige and ' Investment " Ct,jpanjvs plaiiifr, did -en the 2fti . :, day i.f July,a8o4, file , in the oCice of tha ... 4;jerk--;of -J the ; -District ' 'Court, Vi c' - ':' : Kansas t t' ' ' in 1 ' ' "and r . , for l'Lillipa bounty a petition against . Orlo yVjr illckford - fct a!, as defendant, .. setting, forth. thai defendants -' Orlo W ,-t W.cklord and Aurora Bickford , ina'de , to plaintiff a mortra. dtd Dpm - ber, 1.881, upon 'tha following described f.-.x. real-eatate,5ni PLinipr county Kansas," f,..to wit?.w qr14-r-18; to Secure the V pajmentoi C3 . and interet, ' ac cord ; ! i n. to J-note. referd.'tu in" said 'mort gags ; alao LLat for the protectioir of i he -, , lien of aid faioits-aare.- ulaintiff h?. ndld taxes on said premises to the amount of - ,-. $17.S7 with interest,' and praying' judg I :t ment on Aceouat of said nofe3 and taxes , for $CG.5U with 10 ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 August 1884

.A as dcfedint, aetiirj forth thitt- defaa daat c:51a to pUi&tiil a mortge deXed So 1st 1831 ,- upon thi fIIwing described realsat&ta In Phillir.3 ecxntv " 7 rT ! Kaasas, to wit : north half cf' north FJ.!!iTvM frr-i if 21. L;I. ' west V utheAst qr cf northwest fl , U-i i-. 4r .cicortheqrol Southwest qr sec jracrre cineteea 19M, to secure pa yraent note referred ia sail raortige, also that for the protection of tSe liea cf said mortgage , plaintiU has paid taxes on said premises to the amount cf 23. 82 with intersst, and praying judgment on account of said notes and taxes for 82.42 with 10 per cent interest from Aug 1st 1S84. and that said premises be sold to satisfy said judgment. Said de fendants must appear and answer said . "I see the newspaper saT a great deal abjut confidence o5." remarked eld Elrs. Janeberry, 'but I never seed any and I don't believe there i sich men. I haven't put any confidence in men bince my datter matried. There ain't no sich thing as confidence ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 August 1884

vi M Herald Supplement rtfifrViL11 Kansas to wit; easthalf southwest cr The riHLLlPSBUKG , KAS. all eg defendants as in The State Historical Society has ac cepted nn invitation jo .--oj.erate with the Kansas Old Settlers' Association in a celebration at BisinarcK (Jnw, Lawrence, of the thirtieth anniversa ry oft hi settlement of Kan.-yi.. , The eelebn.tion will take place niiSfjiiein her 3d. 18s4. Hon. F. ! linker. Pres ident of tin Historical Society, will ilelivtT an addres on tilt si 1 1 Meet of "The Use and Value of Historical S -ciei hs."-The meeting is intended to Ik? a .ifencral gathering of the early set telers of Kansas, and of 11 interested in thestiring events of the jeriotl of early settlement. The Kaiis s Terri torial ex-Covernoix, Denver :nd Stan ton, (Jt'ii. John A Liosfan. anil others from abroad have accepted invitations i ti be iresent. First publication Au 7, 1884. j James I Baker and Lillian S Baker j will take notice that the American ' teen 19 ..t i..(' iu plai...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 August 1884

t m 'on. iliia i C I ! t Hid " ' ii by i-.kr Uj -1 1 i :iu- nont TT 1 l o " 1 ther sets forth that deiendant F C ura- wit southwest quarter of section fie Herald Supplement bleimor caimsumeime in said township three -3- rane twentv0 to ? - I i, LUU O ll lilt I ( I III I I II 1 o-.-f vt nm,- ... tf,o ..." . ,.v.Uu luici- cai aa-uiumg to six notes referred to in PllILLIPSBUIiG, KAS., AUG. 21, 84. I'uhlicafiu.i Sitt iff N';7(. First public. ition August 7, 1884. Ulnch Zeureher, Jacob Zeur-.?er, Caro.i.e Zeureher and Julia Zeureher will take notice that the American Mortgage and Investment Company as u aintiff, did on the 29th da of Julj, 1S84, file in the oiUco of tne Clerk l the DUtric Court, of Kansas, in ai.d for Pnillips County, a petition aga.ns.. them a3 defendant, settm J'rth that defendants made to plait a m n- gage dated Aug 29 1881, u,.in the lol lowing described real esi ate, in Phillips county, Kansas, to-w i Soutrie,i qr section twenty (20) and oorth west .,r .section twen...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 August 1884

! i V. V if ii r -3 HPEAK TO TIIIM THAT THKY GO FORWARD. VOL. VI NO 42 PHILLIPS BURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28. 1884, SI 50 IN ADVANCE. i -i f. 3 ' j1 -I f-i "n A "TT "Tr : J r . ' I", 1 PhHIipsburg Herald. PUBLISHED lVL THl'RSDAT. I! V 3ISSELL & LIGHTFOOT. EDITORS. Secret Societies. I. O. O. F. PhilhpsHurK Lo'lee No. IBS. meets every W4 tiesiliiy. .VirtitinK brorbren cordially invited to atteuii. W. 4V.. Ax&kk&OX, K.-ti. 1 i .M.Dutchor, Rec. see's. A. F". and A . M. Phillipsburit LonKe nututxjr Jt4. inefcfevery Saturday on or before the .full uiott. visiting 'rethreu -roriliitlty invited to atternl. r. T. M. lutcher,eiy. t?. 0. S. Lows, W M i..of P. Credent Lodtco number 42. meet every Mon day i-voninir. Visiting brethreu corJiaHy invit ed to utbiiil. David Mankku. C.C. 1. Jackaun, K of It ai S- C. A- R. rhiHi.furg' Poft number?? meets Saturday oftur full uaooo, Visitmif .umrnile always welcnne. riu.t -jTuaIN. P 0. AV- V . Anderson, Adj. Church Dtrectory. II. E. Chur...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 August 1884

KANSAS NEWS. A broom brigade has been organized at Emporia. A Carpenter's Union has been formed in Leavenworth. Ottawa, Franklin county is a city of 9,500 inhabitants. A prominent livery man, of Emporia, has purchased a ? 1,500 hack. Four or five new school houses or to be built in Allen county this year. An attempt was made to wreck a train at Garrison, Eiley county a short time ago. The Osborne creamery i3 manufactur ing about 3,500 pounds of butter per week. "Wichita needs another hotel and an attempt will be made to satisfy the de mand. There being a house to rent in Minne apolis, thirty-two applications were made lor it. There are seventy-five teachers in at tendance on the Greenwood county In stitute. A $2,000 floral hall will by erected by the Clay county Agricultural Society this Fall. Osborne county reports the arrival of a large number of immigrants mere few days ago. The Fall River Echo estimates that nearly one hundred men are employed oh the new buildings now in course ...

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