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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 December 1882

f rrwjwi tiUi:xi) oai-wX v 7:r ;;SgEAKQi THEM THAT THEYGO FORWARD,"; : Bid C,MSBS tfsgI0kg rgrffitgf&fr KANSAS, THURSDAY, J)ECEMBE14,' 1882.; ' .'. - i or e J.--J- vol. v: no.; 8. V v- 's ELIIIU DAVIS, A' iTlfcLIPSBLRG, KAN. Will practice in" a&J.nV'nrts of the St;i -Special uttent Ion given ollectin . y ECLECTIC 7 IOUU L'yLIiIIr'KU V. OfHce iu City Drg Stoic east bWIa Pnhiin "Will rhacfi :eNff airthe Courts of the Fifteenth'"' ai rcaaoiiauie rate, onice opposite United states Land O. V) if $RXJ& KANSAS. ' " ft " i Crimjfuft fS3a f u:! a FpeoiiiflW? W4H. give -caref u Stttrfnirtrt!ifi'd' YnftttlDefdrlf the United States LandOfiiee. Will make collec tion in Phillips, Smith, Jlooks and Norton Counties. '-' ' CV. !'? AT A .T 5 i I . ' ALSO KEAL ESTATE AU CLAIM A (.'EXT. Vractice in the Local and United States Land -ttkHn 8iet inT?rr-areuoor:Mi.Hi of fjje United statclji biBs v- : KimVIN, KANSAS. 12-2-12 WILLIAM BISSELL, Kotan.fiiMic M1Eft'aKiAWntH AVill uttend t- all busine...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 December 1882

PinHipsbarg' liorald. . . . - -i- DECEMBER 16, 18S WILLIAM BISSELL, Editor. ty-Thc Industrialist copies a charge of tLe Manhattan Independent that the Agricultural College has l be itcu and thereupon deliberately expIaiBS- the whole matter away to the satisfaction of' the editor. f-The coru crop of Kansas is esti mated in round numbers at 151,000, 000 bushels this year. The aggregate Crop of all the New England and Middle states is only 83,000,000. And yet it is said that Kansas is not a corn state. The desperadoes who shet the Sheriff and hit assistant at Topekaj a few days ago, were captured at Moberlj, Mo., alter a desperate resistance, one of them being killed and the other two wounded. Over one hundred shots were fired. jKThv Champion outlines-a plan for redisricting the State into Congress ional Districts in ' its issue of Decem ber 7, which has, perhaps,, as many merits as any plan that is likely to be adopted. This or any other plan will throw two or more of our present memb...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 December 1882

MpsEaig Herald. DECEMBER 16, 1882. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. EOTlCE.ln ordtr to give the Uerat't a general eireulation, tn Pkillipt County ve fHthorite ths Pott Mattert of Phillip County to act at our Agent; in taking nub Boriptiontfor the Herald, and tee dc agree Is pay them a liberal eompentatton for tfieir trouble CnuroU Directory- Is'. E. Church Rev. J. Boi court, every see ded and fourth Sabbath at IS o'clock p. m., al ternate 11 o'clock p. m. , Baptist. Rev. W. C. Archer, every Bret Sab- tith at 11 o'clock a. m-nd 7i o'clock p.m. very third Sabbath at7X p. in. Presbyterian : Rev Tosepb Prtterson, every second and fourth Sabbath at 11 o'clock a, m Alternaro at 8 p. m. Alternate at 7 p. m- Universalis. Rev. 8. Bishop, everp third Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. t. Union Sabbath School. Every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m. Union Prayer Meetlnr. Every Thnreday eve misc. Arrival and Departure of the Mails. Tie mailt arrive and depart from PhlMpfburr Mfoltowi: .. . Hail for C. B-. Mo. P. R. R., ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 December 1882

LlUt - I ". 1P niiLLirsBO iUir KANSAS LOOK UP. ,7olc rrri"! ',ftio mor!rnir "cr7"?a the insfhtl' j, The sun thronsrij mists anXshtvljw.- Vrcaksf I A r,l inind .1 ;i n,ji- muiluml t i t f w Tf ? i J 2 uby!ir2 sCf-l T..l, T rtrvlj- iit !ni.. VI. " a.iVwr?"knJni: AatomQ whir j spread aiiu inrouim tue u nijrUs the aure tyuo Is Himlin? down and peepln-r through, - VVjuik inmrlyfoioud-js wrOR;Jr fieoy Look op! , The vast ethpreal.morn V a"- - - jtg.aliv wj; faope-ii raj trust ; j .tw'J xtcnunta our reet aeaa leawi ana amsr, -. 'And till the past wo would forget. &7litil. Qi4.ibf3jin0 moods foiloru. ," ( y 16f jJ naf tt-lo wi but look above I - :.i Tam where the clearer, mightier life-. Of Xatnro lifts us o'prthe strife 1 'j i ft SCM!ia:ra an.pMy cares,- f -" . Aniofeis tfht)fjfnTid life's snares-': si ,1 Toward the all-potent Source of life and love 1 C. P. Cranch, in X. Y. Im'fifendSjtf,, "j M-0(1 i .1 . J f9$r"s Th'-p5aker wrs "scarce tnofe than tL& v .lhiptye:-i oiu, suukjE-aoa...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 December 1882

r i't t : o, i -,,.4. aiLLiFs; ALO. SPEAK TO THEM -THAT THEY GO FORWARD." .Tu'fcfishcd bjAHERALi) publishing Association. HILBIPSBtjRG KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1882 VOL. V. NO. 9. . 1 1 i ELIIIL PAV1S, " : v - V . - rj ,; y - .... ATTORNEY AT LAW rillLLirSOURO, KAj Vill practice in all the courts of the State. t-jK'cittUitUiutloiitfiven to coliectionj. A. B. IIOL'CK, f EC LE Of I C PHYS ICI AN. Office" in City Drujr 'Store, east side Public .Square.-All culls piomptiy attended to day or ui4it.'- -' ---- .. . wY-l'nil-LlP.SBURG, KANSAS." "DONCAULOS & son; Attorney at Lar'ani' Lana ipnis, "Will pmctlce'ln airthe courts of the' Fif teentir ..Judicial District. Jiusiness before the L'nit d Stute.s i.imd Often a specialty. Laud wammta at reasonable rates. Oilleo opposite United Staler Land Oflice, ....... " K IRWIN, KANSAS. , - GEO. W. STIXSON, Attorney M:- jBpselor;,sat;;l.Iav. Criminal practice a specialty. Will give -careful attention to land matters before the United States...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 December 1882

Fiiiilipsbtirg Herald. DEUEMBSP 1 '882. WILLIAM BISSELL, Editor. ti-The Milbroot (Graham aounty) "HeratJ fays that State Auditor Mc Cabe has j,iren a bond signed by men representing property rained at $3,000 000. Some of the papers of the State have been intimating that McCabc would have difficulty in procuring a juffieicut bond. JtQrKansaa U shipping corn to Texas lo fill the wants of a State which was going to have untold millions of surplus, according to the prognostics of men who wrote abo.it it two months ago. Texas has some corn to spare in places, but the whole ot the State would appear to be not over well supplied. Capital. -Ilobert Morris, Sr., the well known colored lawyer of Bostot, died on Monday the.llth inst. " He was a proru- .. . . .... . . i ; ioki icent iYDOiuioDisc, ana was iu joji ur .rested for alleged complicity in the rescue "of the clave Shadraclr. lie had a large 'and lucrative practice, and was held in "4o" V " - lie was the first colored man admitted to th...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 December 1882

P hi 1 1 i P sb u rgHe raid- DECEMBER 21, 18S2. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. NOTICE. In ordtr to give th Herald a general circulation, in Phillips County we rutiorize the Post Masters of Phillis County to act as our Agents, in taking sub seriptions for the Herald, and we do agree pay them a liberal compensation for their trtvlle Cburoii Directory. M. E. Church Rer. J. Boioourterery .see ttd and fourth Sabbath at7.X o'clock p. in., al ternate 11 o'clock p. m. Baptint. Rev. W. C. Archer, every Drat Sab lath at 11 o'clock a. mand 7X o'clock p.m. Every third Sabbath at p. m. Presbyterian : Kev Toseph Prtteraon, every econd and fourth Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. m Altern&rc at 8 . m. Alternate at 7)4 p. m. Univeralit. ltev. S. Blthop, everp third Babbathat 11 o'clock a. m. Union Sabbath School. Every Sabbath at 10 'dock a. m. I - Union PrayflrMeetio. Every Thursday eve ning. Arrival a.nl Departure of . ' tiie AXttils. The mailc arrive and depart from PhiUptburg at folhw: Wail forC. B, Mo. P. ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 December 1882

' ' ' ' - - i " PHILLIPSBURG HERALD. Published by Herald Publishing Association. rniLLrrsBURO, ?- -! v Kansas. Ismail Tasha "aiid'Egjpt. The reign of Ismail Pasha was a gallop at full speed. He was the moving spirit of progress; but unfortunately by this untiring energy he had gained a reputa tion for "generosity." It was a natural 1 consequence that tgypt became a field for rash adventurers. Public 'companies, ! contracts, and precarious' schemes, in all of which the ever busy Khedive must have a share, terminated in costly litiga tion. The rival Consulates of European States, ever jealous of an opposing in fluence, supported their individual sub jects in every enterprise. After the ex plosion of these bubbles came the suits decided by consular jurisdiction. Nubar Pasha, at the instance of the Khedive, laid bare the' gross injustice of the sys tem and succeeded after great opposi tion in producing the much needed re form by the establishment of anlnterna- "tional Tribunal. The debt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 December 1882

TT HILLIPS n SPEAK TO THEM THAT THEY GO FORWAED. Published by herald publishing Association. PHILLIP SBURGv KANSAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1882. VOL. V. NO. 10. BERG .1 ELIIIU DAVIS, ATTORNEY AT LAW riULLII'SBURG, KAN. "Will practice in all the courts of the State. Special attention given to collections. . A. B. IIOUCK, ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN. Office in City Drug Store, east side Public Square. All calls promptly attended to day or night. rillLLIFSBUKG. KANSAS. DONCARLOS & SON, Morneys at Law. ani . Land Agents, Will practice in all the courts of the Fifteenth Judicial District. Business before the United states Land Office a specialty. I.and warrants at reasonable rates. , Ofcice Opposite United States Land Office,- KIKWIiT, KANSAS. GEO. V. STINSON, Attorney ani Counselor at Law. Crimlnyj practice a specialty. Will give careful attention to land matters before the United States Land Office. Will make collec tions m l'billips, Smith, Rooks and is'orton Cour.ities. PHILLTPSBUItG, KAN...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 December 1882

Phillipsbiirg Herald. DECEM 11 Er 2S 882. "WILLIAM BISSELL, Editor. A Wild Kansas Ride. Buffalo Bill tells a nw story about his first ride with Cutter. "Iu 1867" he says, "I was post guide and scout at Fort Hays, Kansa3. Before that time I had met Gen. Custer when he was stationed at old Fort Fletcher, hut I was not well acquainted with him. One evening early in June ho came to Fort Hays with only a light escort and was od a forced march to Fort Lamed, which is 65 milt s from the former place. At that time there were, of course, no rail road connections. When the general expressed a wUb for some guide to ac company him the commanding officer de tailed me and orders were given to start at layliU the following morning. At the time my best long distance horse was a big moose-colored male, atd as I had heard what a lightning traveler Custer was I knew that only my best runner would do to keep anead ol the 'Whirl wind,' as the Indians called him. I thought I would be prompt and ahead of ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 December 1882

Piiillipsljyrg Herald, DECEMBER 28, 18S2. 'official COUNTY PAPER. NOTICE. In ordr to otve ths Herald a general circulation, tn Phillips County ye vntiortze the X osi juasiers oj jnuujis Countv to act as our Agents, in to! Ana nub teriptions for the Herald, and we dc agree j te pay them a liberal compensation for their j tr ruble Churctt Directory. M. E, Church Rev. J. Bniconrt, every sec end and fourth Sabbath at7X o'clock p. in., al- r 11 nVlnck i. m. Baptist. Rev. W. C. Archer, every first Sab- hath at 11 o 'clock a. m-and 7X o clock p.m. Every third Sabbath at 7X p. m. Presbyterian : Rev losepb Prtteraon, every tecond and fourth Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. m Alternaro at 8 p. m. A llamlta at 7X t. m . Univerealist. Rev. S Bishop, everp third CoM.nth at 11 o'clock a. m. Union Sabbath School. Every Sabbath at 10 o clock a.m. Union Prayer Meeting. Every Thursday eve sins. Arrival and Departure of the .Mails. The nails arrive and depart from Pbillpeburg Mail forC. B-, Mo. P. R-.R., east...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 December 1882

PHILLIPSBURG HERALD. Published by Herald Publishing Association. PHILLIPSBURG, - .. KANSAS. THE NEW YEAR. O, the new year, ga-I and free. Fearless, tearless, carc-loss, bold, XJybt of every home is he. Pride of all the younjr and old; Everything is filled '.vitii life, Ev?ry heart is lull of cheer. Every business has its strife, J n the active, glad Now Year. In the busy halla of trade. In th-3 rumbling rolling mill, Where commercial (rains areTnada, 'And the wheels are never still; Into mansion fraud and hirh. Into hovels low and brown. Gleams tho same liirht from the sky. Comes tho New Year's blessing down. Bells from every church and tower Peal aloud their silvery notes, Teiliiivf or tt3 New Year's p.wer From their noisy, bra.eu throats; ' Tell of joy through all the laud, Tell of cominir days of K'oid, Tell of peace on every hand. Tell of shepherds iu tho fold. Joyous, jovial, bappv year, - Chasing jjtoom and doubt away. Bringing liftbt and love and cheer Out of darkness into da...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 January 1883

A iv t X r -it- r - . .4 SPEAK: TO THEM THAT,, THEY GO FORWARD." Published by HERALD PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1883. VOL. -NO. ih -. -Phillipsburg .Hera - . ir-.!?"-- s- . ' IS" V; r v. n t f i '. j? 4-, ELIIIU DAVIS, ATTORNEY AT LAW l'lIILLIl'SBL'ItO, KAN. Vill practice-Hi all tlio courts of tlio State. Special attention given to collections. A. B. IIOUCK, ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN. Onic-e In City Drug Stoic, east side Public Square. " All calls promptly attended to day or night. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS. DONCAKliOS & SO??, ; y Attorneys- at Law ana -Lani Agents, "Will practice in all the courts of the Fifteenth Judicial District, liuaines before the United States Lund Otllceaspecialty. Land wan-ants at reasonable rates. Onice opposite United States Land Office, KIRWIH; KANSAS." - GEO. WrSTINSONV Attorney ani -Counselor" at Law. Criminal practice a specialty. Will give can-fiil attention to land matters before the United States Land Ottiee.: -Will ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 January 1883

...-infill . rjilSSKLL, EOittr. X&x-GoV. Osborne UoiteJ States Mini er to liralil, arri! I iu Washing It oa Saturday last, accompanied by his "rife and child, lie will TUsit Kaa vzt next week. JK"Ou Jaamuy 1, (Jov. St. Jolrn ejipoiuted Mr. L, llouk of Hutchinson, Judge of the Ninth Judicial " District, oiil the vacancy caused by the reeiu;ua- von of J udgc S. It. lctcra, Coercsa-ms-n elect. JfcayThe j:rand total bullion outjut of Ijake county od Leadville, irtw 18C0 to 1833, wonU to $76,304,1 G1.43. The last two figures about rerent the retunts to Kuosaa men who have iaveectfl their, money in tluse niiues XSg. After several tuonths of rjuiet, tao frauds are beginiog to beg in th j Kst lor Mifferiug refugees in Kaunas. It again becomes a duty to declare that thetc is no suffering iu the state which connot be taken care of home, and all stories to the contrary are lies. 11 wurtk Titucs. 8fL,Muss Jey Flood, daughter of the Pacific, coast Flood, i very pretty, Tcry .iou. and has $2,...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 January 1883

Philiipsburg Herald. JANUARY 4, 1883. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. NOTICE Jn ordtrto gtve the Herat! a general circulation, in Phillips County ve futltorit lite Pout Matter of Phillips County to act at our Agents, ' taLing sub ttriptionsfor tlte Herald, and tee tic agree to-pay tliem a liberal competition fur their trevble Churclx Directory. Mi E. Cfcurch Rer. J. JJoieourt, every see end and fourth Sabbath at7X o clock p. in., al ter te 11 o'clock p. m. , BaitUt. Rer. W. C. Archer, every first Sab bath at 11 o'clock a. m-and 7X o'clock p.m. Every third Sabbath at 7X p. m. Presbyterian : Rev Joseph Prtteron, every rcond and fourth Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. in Alternare at 8 r- in. Alternate at 7X P. in- UovraliKt. Rev. S. Bifhop, everp thiri Sabbath at 1 o'clock a. at. Union Sabbath School. Every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m. , Union Prayer Meeting. Every Thursday eve Bins;. Arrival and Departure of the .Mails. 4 Yh tnaits arrive and depart from Phi'lpeburg 8 follows: - , rn.n Tt. M. P. R. R-...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 January 1883

lijRALD. . xTj'"iierald Publishing Association. rniLLirsBURG, KANSAS. I II AVE K T TIME. 1 hvon"t tlrno to scold and fret Woeiiuse thin?tlfat ro rijrht, Hot mope iimmid in suil'-n ftoom; litfc can't bo always bright. I havon't time to waste, for ohl Uod keeps a strict account. And moments idled or misspent To days will soon amount. .- hive n't time ray neighbor's faults To pick at and enlarge. For oh ! I've many of my own That aro a constant charge. I haven't time for unkind words . J'by leave bo shaip a stinjr: " Nor time to entertain bad thoughts That poison where they clin . I havon't time to circulate . Tin- stories that I hear, Nor listen to the venomed tongrues Who'd make the slander clear. I haven't time to censure those Who've fallen on the way; rriiaps I'd make the same misstep . If tempted just as they. 1 haven't time forthese dread things, Hut oh ! I sometimes fear We steal a moment now and then, ' And lend them voice and ear ! BarWvjlon Hawk-Eye. HELEN 3IASFIELD'S TIGHT....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 January 1883

P .hLERALD. HILLII 5SBURG " SPEAK TO THEM THAT THEY GO FORWARD." FwWshcd by iierali) publishing association. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1883. VOL. V NO. 12. V ) - t ( v. v- v. i: i i I1 it i ; i I- VELIIIU DAVIS, ATTORNE Y AT LAW rlllLLII'SIH'R'J, KAN. Will practice In nil the courts of the State, hpceial attention given to collections. A. B. IIOUCK, ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN. Olllco in City Drug Store, east side Public Square. All calls promptly uttended to day or night. PHILLIPS BUIIG, KANSAS. DONCARLOS & SON, Attorneys at Law and Lani Agents, "Will practice In ull the courts of the Fifteenth Judicial District. Business before the United states Linnl otUcc a specialty. Land warrants nt reasonable rates. Onico opposite United States Land Ollice, KIRWIN, KANSAS. GEO. W. STINSON, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Criminal practice a specialty. Will give careful attention to land matters before the United States J.andOtlice. Will make collec tions m Phillips, Smith, Rooks a...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 January 1883

poijurg Herald. JANUARY, 11, 18S3. WILLIAM BISSELL. Editor. Phillips County Farmers' Alliance. The annual meeting of the County Alliance will be held at Phillipsburg, on Saturday, January 20th, at one o'clock p. m., for the purpose of elect ing officers for the ensuin&'term, and to transact other business pertaining to the good of the order. Each sub Alliance U entitled to three members ami one additional for each 25 mem bers or major fractional part of 25. Sub Alliances will please bear in mind that fifty cents per quarter is due from each and scad their delegates prepar ed to pay up. It is essential that full delegations should be present from each sub Alliance. II. Gncn, D. S. Aiibott, Secretary. President. THAT APPORTIONMENT. After copying our article on the Con gressional apportionment in a former issue of the II era Lb, Mho Wa-Kceney World" says: "Now wo desire to sight our friend ol the Herald" to the fact that the Would is the only newspaper which lulu proposed apian of ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 January 1883

Fhillipstiurg Herald, JANUARY 11, 1883. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. NOTICE. In ordir to give the Herald a general circulation, m Phillips County ve rntJiorize the Pot Masters of Phillips County to act as our Agents, in taLing nub tcriptionsfor tlu Herald, and we dc agree to pay them a liberal compensation for their trovble diurotx Directory. M. E. Church Rev. J. Boicourt, every sec cod and fourth Sabbath at IX o'clock p. in., al ternate 11 o'clock p. n. Baptist. Rev-V. C. Archer, every first Sab bath at 11 o'clock a. m-and IX o'clock p.m. Every third Sabbath at IX p. m. Presbyterian : Rev Joseph Prtterson, every second and fourth Sabbath at 11 o'clock a, m Alternarc at 8 p. m. Alternate at IX P. m- I3niveralit. Kev. S. Bishop, ererp third Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. m. Union Sabbath School. Every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m. Union Prayer Meeting. Every Thursday eve ning. Arrival and Departure of the JMails. The mail? arrive and depart from PhHIpsburg as follows: Mail forC. B-. Mo. P. K. R-, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 January 1883

-HERALD. erald Pnallshlnsr Association. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS. TJtf GOLDEN LAND. Lonclj- o'er Life's desert dreary. One broad waxte of glitrinsrsand, Itoum I, weak and worn and weary. Searching for my "Golden Land.' Tor they told me when I started On that journey, years agt. Hopeful, blithe and happy-hearted, Ijrnorunt of pain and woe, That, beyond the line of brightness Bo this desert looked to me Dazzlinir in its silvery whiteness. Like tho foam on summer sea "Was the "Golden Land" enchanted. Known to youth of every aije; By the Inuvl of artHt painted: Sung: by poet, sought by ease; Land where hopes have glad fruition; Land where dreams are dreams no more; Till, before my longing vision. Seemed to risa its glorious shore. Senseenraptured with Its beauty, Soul enraptured with its blis9; What cared I that life meant duty 1, who owned estates like this? . Bo, from childhood's happy valley. Out upon that sparkling sand. Eagerly I stepped and gayly Ah! Utal was my Golden Land I But I le...

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