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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 August 1884

WKOXG SJDK OCT. The urchin in the mill pond goes, Aud liie a iorxibe swims and blows He's Imppy mere btyoud a doubt ; Hehomward sueaks et close of day And bimdly gives the thing away, iiccaube hid blurt is wrougside out. ttulamlc-ylda Call. OXLY A PEN. Only a pin? Aud in calmly lay In the bhiniog iixht l Of a bright nooiiday. Only a boy, ' lie t-aw that pin, And mixed on a look intent Till boy and pin alike were bent Only a chair It had no business standing there. The boy he put on a fiendish grin, And on the seat ol that chair he fuced that pin. Only a man, lie sat on that chair And as he roue to did hh hair. Only a yell! But au hone&t one; It lacked all elements of fun And man and boy, and pin, and chair, In wild confusion mingled there. Exchange. THE UATTLE UK I'KACH ORCHARD. Tell my mother not to weep for me Hoi to think that I am uead, For I'll come creeping home again And sneak riyht oil to bed. For we fought the battle bravely, And when the day was done Full many a boy wa...

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 August 1884

Philiinsiitirg Herald. EDITORS.. COaHUHfCATPa.S- Xterns . of Interest from jail parts of tlxo Cbuiity lrr' the Herald's Corp' p Corresqad " eats.' Th 5ielod;o hum of the threshing tnachine, aii'i the racket of the' mower are wafted upon the morning breeze. 1 Mrs. Bellows has a sister" and neice visiting her from Chicago. " Mrs. W. H. E'varis'has a sister visiting her from Rlinois. She thinks of niakiDg' this part of the country her homel 1 John Fisher and wife have left us and gone to Naponee, .Neb. " ' ' 1 Mr.' A. i. popejov has a grove of walnut and ash trees which have aitain- r ,""r.lft'-"'u ouu uue-imif JUKI. They were ?et out just' three years ago. The eiso with which his new' buckeye flower goes tnrougo held of heavy jniljet, deries corapeiion. Those who are likely to be troubled with heavy grass will do well to call on hioi. Al though Mr. Popejoy is 64 years of age he- has & spanking crop of corn and has raised rcore yege ab!es than anyone in he neighborhood. ' To brothe...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 August 1884

iimiiJdUUJg miam AUGUST 24. LQQAL HERALD! NGS, PossjDAi;moiiii3 at present on ,the HtnA(Li fjrce . W. F. iVoodward 13 again on .our atrf ts after a severe siege of sickness. Notice the new ad. of Bickfprd t& .Champlain , another column. These jrentlemen.are going to sell goods cheap and want oxory body to know it Alexander Manges, of Flam township, .was killed on the,jnorning of Ang. 21, bv the train, .tut ,how is not known. 'The accident happened near Ked Cloud, Neb. ir. S. J. Batchtider, ftf White Rock, ,Kansas, who hw bought a farm ,in the .northeast corner of this township, was in town Saturday looking after is pur , chases. F. B. Cannon and farnjly, j7jll .start .in a few days for a trip " ,tp Illinois .and Kentucky, where they will visit friends and relatives put.KijZjsa back in time for the fair. Jud?e rratt has so far recovered as to be able to be around .again, The judge has had a severe time .of it .but it is hoped that he will be able to jts ume his duties at the comi...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 August 1884

PHILLIPSBUEG HERALD. rublished by BISSEIX & UGUTFOOX. PIIILLirSBURG - - - - Kansas. NEWS SUMMARY. illSCIIXiLANEOUS. Heavy rains are reported in the North west and in Manitoba. Two car-loads of oat meal have been shipped from Des Moines direct for Scot land. Pittsburg was visited by a disastrous thunder and hail storm. It was the se verest of the season. The Louisville exposition opened yester day with appropriate ceremonies. The at tendance was large. One hundred cars were constructed, painted and completed at the Pullman works within the regular hours in one day. Texas fever is raging among a herd of cattle near Osborne, Missouri. They were recently purchased at the Kansas City stock yards. The town of Castletown, Dakota, was captured by eighty tramps, who drove fam ilies out of their houses and committed other excesses. An enormous temperance campmeeticg is being held at Milton, Ontario. Workeis from all parts of Canada and the United States are in attendance. Morgan, United S...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 August 1884

RE-iCliJllSSION ETSUI.UTIOX3 Adopted by tiie CodtkuUuu wliioli Met at Topeka h. feiiort 1 imoA.o Tliey Say The loctrin t -frolntoitioa Is Not True ltepublictiijiniu.- " i The following Is the report of the Resolu tion Committee of the late Convention: The Resubmission Republican' Party ia Con venUon asjieiubied, make the following declara tion of principles, and the causes moving it lo tiie course it has taken: Kvery political party ia a voluntary association of individuals holtlu g a cominoa belief ou cer tain (stated political questions, ani who for tha time being waiving dltl'eiencea oa other matters unite together to at-cure the liuect as of their torn monviewn. No portion of such party, however large, can without the voluntary conaens of the other bind them to new doctrines and beliei'n; and whenever they attempt to introduce each new doctrines and belief and to coerce their ac ceptance by other members, and tailing therein to stigmatize them as bolters, etc., It ia a piece of ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 August 1884

' lr!IIL "-iw'l ' 1 ! I iiilipsbiirg Herald, AUfiU ST 11?. THE V- GREAT BLOOD PURIF0ENGTHENING liver Oomnlaint,, Kidney Diseases, r.iliouaneud, Sicc liaadacjift. Jaundice, tour Stomach, and Dyspepsia promptly relieved by its use. Blood Root. May Apple. Dandelion. Juniper Berries, KMer Flower, fipsisewaand lilacit I'.oot enter into its omposiuon. It is & f.lost Delicious Cordial. m nfar. will And la Xr. Jackson's LAUlkvJ Cordial ttic Krndet rem edy in thb worM j",r itll fMiiripluiulM pepuliar to their hcx. It will PURIFY and ENRICXI tH lr d. strengthen the system imil pro motedand sleep. Price 50cis.aadSi.0o per bottle. -Sold by nil DrnsUts and Dealers in medl 1 Koio Proprietor. V tot. Lmu1s, mo, FACTS RZZXZZ'.XZ Ir, Eire's Ir:s Tk!& Tt rlll purify and enrich the BLOOD, reflate tl: LIVER and KIDNEYS, auJ IttxTOfoc thk H3AL1H toiVIGOAof YOUTH! In All those tliioes requiring a certain and efficient TONIC, Especially Dyspepsia, Waulof AppeUtcIiuilyes tion, l.aA of SlrcnKlli, tic...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 September 1884

HPKAK TO THkM TIJAT THKY GO FORWARD. ! i i . . - -- " ' " - - - T'- - VOL. NO 43 PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 1884, 61 50 IN ADVANCE. Phillipsburg Herald. BY BI3CBLL & LIGH7F00T. EDITORS. e;ret Societies. i. o. o. r. FUIUmW Uk! No. l65.ttTftrr WVl M.y, ViUi brethren eo.JU"!r intlet t mtteoj. W. W. AX0CB6U.N, . . y. l .M.Ptitt-bar, Ree. ec'r. A. F. and A- M. Phlttif-sWr Loaa nu.nber lot. meti t-very Saturday on or fceiore th fall nxxn. tuitinic l,retkr- r.ii;tlly mv it I to a.tten-1. . T-. T. M. lutfKer,ijy. I. 0. 8. I.owe, W M K. Of P. Crfent Lodf r,umber 42. meet every Hon diiirrreninc. Vi.iiini brethren eonhioiy jovjt dioiueu.l. Uvii Mas it U.C. J. Jckn, K of R ui 8. C A- R. rMK-turz Vcki number7 mrt Bt;jrr3y after lull moon. Vuitioc cfipra E'-' WW. ADiemn. Adj. Church Pirtjeitory. V. K.C!urrh-R, . K- Allen, vtnrf Ur r.afs ?:.bathtll .'clH A. d and. clock J. M. coiamiicut" May 6:M"-. PrsbytrUi- Kev. Tbeo Brekeri erery ftb bAtli wornii.g at U o'clock. AUerut enm...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 September 1884

KANSAS NEWS. Burlington is going to have a colk-ge. A paper mill is in operation at Law rence. A grand jury is petitioned for in Cher okee county. A Cherokee county wife beater has been fined 5200. " A lady at Manhattan reports knitting 800 pairs of socks. The creamery at Kinsley ships its pro duct to Raton, N. M. The sugar mill at Hutchinson has commenced operations. In 1S71 Jewell county had two post offices, now it has twenty-two. Harper is to have a National bank, in a short time, with a capital of $30,000. A Fall River citizen has built him an "Italian villa" with twenty rooms and closets. A prisoner named Ellis Conrad escaped from the Pottawatomie county jail a few days ago. Lightning struck the Osborne county court house at Osborne City the other day, doing considerable damage. Mr. John Allen, of Montgomery county, a farm hand, ha3 fallen heir to $40,000 left him by a deceased relative, A boy named v llham Jistler was drowned while attempting to cross the Rio Grande river in ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 September 1884

Sturdy little farmer boy, tell me how yon know When 'tis time to ilovv the fields, and to reap and mow. Do the hens "with yellow legs" Scold vou when you hunt for epcjs? Do you drive the ducks to drink, waddang in a row ? Do the r igs in concert squeal When you bring their evening meal ? Tell me, little farmer boy, for I'd like to know. Kimble litt'e sailor boy, tell me how you know How to navigate your ship when the tempests blow. Do you find it pretty hard Clinging to to the topsail-yard ? Don't you iear tome stormy day overboard you 11 go? Do they let you take a light When you go aloft at night? Tell me, little sailor boy, for I'd like to know. Little boys of every kind, tell me how you know That 't is time ere school begins ratner ill to grow. Does the pain increase eo fast That 't is terrible at last ? Don't you quickly convalesce when too late to go? Do you think I uin a dunce? Was n't I a school boy once? Tell me, all you little boys, for I'd like to know. SI. Nicholas for Se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 September 1884

i . - - - -a r. Pt r r- F1 "N PhiilipsiMg Herald. SEPTEMHKIl 4. EDITORS- Republican Ticket Tor PresSdent, JAMES 0. BLAlM. cf Maine For Vice-Presiiden For Presidential Electors. . . , w- ri t ' t JVJIS It. " lr., I). A. VALKXTIXE. .... 'A. J. FELT ,. .... O. PICKER TNG ...j(jiy 7. i ex i soy ..J. .V. MILL Eli .......... f. w.srunais n, .v. riLToy ..T. 1 TAYLOR At I .urge 1st. District. 2d District. .. 3d District;,, 4th District., ftth District.. 6th Dbdrict.. ?th District.. For Congress, LEWIS BAKBACK, cf Cste- A. 11 ilpOl). STATE TICKET. For Cheif Just tee, H. JIORTOy, of Atchison. For A.-ii-:t; i;ite Justice, A. JOIiySTOX. of Ottawa, For Governor, j oil y a. martex, of. For lik-utemutt-G'fyt f nor, A R RIDDLE, ot Vr;iwiord. For .Secivtry ol'S'.uto, . ALL EM, ot .Si-dj-wiek. For State Auditor, ;. J', McC.liE, ot" Ui.iIkiiii. For State Trc surer, SAM. T. IIO i'E, of Marion, For Attorney General, S. H. BRADFORD, of0.sa;e. ForSnp't, of pidilic Instructions, .7. JI. LA II HEAD, of lU.u...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 September 1884

Pbillipsburg Herald. si:ptembi:ti 4. LOCAL HERALDINCS. Job work of all kinds neatly done on .short notice at this pfiicc . W. O. Allen is again holding down & . cat, in the IIkkald oCiee, .1- O. I)we lost a valuable ,p-:iy last ieek by breaking its neck on a lariat. Two runaways in town Monday ; no one hurt but two badly broken up wa gons. N. Poling ha been on the sick list, but at present is getting bo as to be around again. K. Roarer a has been quite sick for the past week, but at present is able to be around. Ji. Grillm, of Sumner, was in town Saturday after his daughter, who has .keen attending the Normal, as was also Mr. Koland, of Glen wood township. A grand Republican ralley was held at Beloit last Friday night, at which lion. .7. J. iDgall, Hon John A. Mar tin, and others made rousing . speaches, T W. B, Barker was a caller Friday and took advantage of our clubbing rates and will now get the Herald and American Farmer for one Year. L. F. Rhodes brought us in a fine .spec...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 September 1884

4 .Published by BISSL1X & IIGIITFOOT. PHILLIPS-BURG, - KANSAS. NEWS SUMMARY. MISCELLANEOUS. Many sections in which drought prevailed Lave been visited with copious rains. "Warner & Merritt, fruit importers of Camden, N. J., failed with liabilities of $500,000. The Bankers' and Merchants' Telegraph Office in New York has been seized by the Eherilf for debt. TV,... urnfii1ln1 -r.mAnnil Cif f.ftl-forr-L for the year are estimated at $l,0o0,0o0, of WHicn about bO per cent, wui ie e-ipurteu. The schedule in the assignment of the lumber hrm of Bliss & Elliott, of Minnea polis, Minn., show the libilitiesto be $lfcy, 500; aa-sets, $132,503. Reports from seven States show that the com crop will be an enormous one, al though there are limited regions where drought still prevails. The Breeder's Gazette publishes a state ment that contagious pleuro-pneumonia has undoubtedly found a lodgment among cattle herds in Illinois. The property of the Sprague Manufactur ing Company at Augusta...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 September 1884

RKPUXiI.IC.VN F.ALXY AT JUNCTION CITY. Colonel JMartlu, Senator Inalls anil Otlier Noted Speakers Take a Hand The City Tliroiieil and the Meeting a Great Suc cess A Not Very UntliUBiuslic Meeting of Democrats at Atchison. Junction City, Kas., August 2G The Republican mass meeting here to-day proved a great succes3. Thirty cars of people came in on the railroads from the north, south, east and west. The farmers from the surrounding country were here in large numbers. It is estimated that no less than six thousand people were in attendance, besides those from the city. Seats were arranged in the beautiful park in the city limits, around two etands, from which epoke Gen. Caldwell, of Topeka, Albert Griffin, of Manhattan, and J. M. Miller, of Council Grove. At the same time Jno. A. Martin addressed a crowd at the Opera House, talking about an hour. His speech was undoubtedly the keynote of the campaign. X After discussing the position of the parties on National ifsues and the candi date...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 September 1884

A fOH THE GAUPAIGII. The DfJlytftd VVeeUy Charr.plcn. F&r Republican Pr!njlpte and He publican Candidate. The Daily Cbaiapiuii wtllbe furnished to mail iibsribers, for the campa'mn ending Novc-tubr's o (ihreo months,) for $i 2.5. Thi is at the rate of onVy tea eetusr week. Subscript 'una V:U "be ' for on month at ;;i: rate'iPO cts or firiw months iK) cenis. The weekly Champion ' V. be ear; t to ctubscribcrs. fur three ' wont In ejidmg with the ii.-ae after ebciion for 25 cents. These reduced rajcs :re offer; to old ir new MihscribtTtf, provided ihe' cash is ent direct to the Oh'aiuj'h offif-e. If readers of t)i chin,jjiiiti will make known to their IViWds these reduced rates, they will j reujly promote UepuUL can sucot'sg. liTrermF i y& h 4 ; f -mm rnor. T OrgJUUtf VMiAMl aaa I cay, All 4 BtuucmJ s ft.ltrv flimwl. ba21ag a':dfol phvuclaaa, naaj Uolt, to fre lo4uiuia aad otm brmla wot. ! ut UapsrlM walla ancauea lurk, ta juur ?- tern. AtqU. WiBg taipM4 to by prmvatlvu cUima o...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 September 1884

I TT IT ITy .t TT y T T"! f"" M j m"" If H ! ; 1 ? ; -- f i 7" -' i rti t 3 tJl'KAK TO THK1M THAT THH"V GO KORWAKD. VOL. VI NO 44 PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER -11. 1884, SI 50 IN ADVANCE. "i Piiillipsborg Herald. ITBLlSiiKD lm TUl'EMAT, K Y BI23ELL & LIGHTF007. EDITORS. i Secret Societies. i.O. O. F. PhM-if v,'irir t..)ili.e N'. 1. nmets every We.. Hr v. V i.titit:K t-rorl.ri-n ror.it.tliv ievile-l to I-', r. yi . DutrLe' P.fc. c;'y. A. F. and A. M. Vhi hp.4)uttf I. iv. v 4. met! crery Ftur;v on or l.t'nre n lull uiu"l.. visuing Lri-f Ur?ii f"r ti;illy iu ite I In ;itt;tn i. T. T. Si. L-itci.tr, b. j'y- I'. C. S. Lowk, SV M k.oTp. f'rvint Lode linu-ffU. mofti '-very Mon day fcVhiiini;. V icit brfeilirdr. enr-til!y ii vir -t'fl Uj IWcji.i. D.illi Ml.k'tU CO. I Jk3v., k Ol'Halii rt. G A- R. ftxllj inurK Po.-t ni.MitrTT meei Fatunly ftr in'A luuon, Viriiinii fnwrii-i iv,tys r'l'-"liie. i'BANii. iliSiiN. 1' C. Vi ', AndT!'ii), Adj, Church Directory, if . K.C'Miwri Kv, u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 September 1884

KANSAS NEWS. There are seven flour mills in McPher son county. A band has been organized at Grenola, Elk county. The bulletin boasts of a car manufac tory in sterling. The Leavenworth city pay roll for Au- gust was 2,631. Scarlet fever is reported to be preva lent at Jewell city. Numerous burglaries are reported near the vicinity of Oswego. $16,000 worth of new buildings are be ing erected in Stockton. A county seat contest is now progress ing in Graham county. Downs now has twelve trains a day, arriving and departing. There is considerable moving from Greenwood to Meade county. In 1S71 Jewell county had two post offices, now it has twenty-two. Tne total receipts for the Atchison Po lice courts for August were $840. An Atchison cannery put up 300,000 cans of tomatoes during this season. The Normal school at Emporia opened a few days ago for the coming school year. It has cost $2,775 to conduct the public schools of Sedgwick City during the past year. During a recent storm the Dodge ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 September 1884

Another Outbreak. . Y. Tribune. Can anybody remember a campaign before this, in which Democratic electors, nominated because they were amontc the mo.st popular and worthy men in their States, have refused to run, stating that they could not vote for the candidate if elected, and would not support him? AV'hen Mr. Purcell, the recognized leader of the Democratic party in the western part of this State, withdrew from the electoral ticket, great efforts were made to produce the impression that personal hostility to the Governor was the sole cause. It is now known that thLj was not true, and that JUr. Purcell's objection was for public rea sons. Now "Edward F. McDonald, of Jersey City, one of the most influential and popular Democrats in New Jersey, declines a nomination for elector which had been made the previous day with practical unanimity. In the Hudson county caucus his name was pre sented as one too strong to be opposed by either of the factions there, and so it proved. But Mr. Mc...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 September 1884

Fiiillicsfcurg ilerald, SKl'TEMHER 11 frs t- r MF; V I - - : : : . ' 1 7 t St B i 1 1 2 Mw f i : EDITORS- Republican Ticket. for President, JAMS l U Mi, cf Eairc. For Vice-President, JOB . lGWS.if l!.in:Kt For Presidential Electors. w . ( Jt,J II. ..CP', At lMrv DmA. VAIEXT1XE. J st, Dist riot A.J, FED T -d District . O, PICK Knl SO M District JOHN L . DENSOS 4th District ....J. M. MILL Ell r.th District F, ir. SI UllGIS tith District ,. U , .S'. rilJOX 7th District T. T, TA YLUH For Congress, LEWIS BfKBiCJ, of Osliornf. STATS TICKET. Tor Clieif Justice, A. II. IIORTUN, of Atchison, For Associate Justice, TV. a, JOllXSTON, of Ottawa, r Governor, JOHN A. MARTIN, of Atchison. For Lkulemuit-(iovtrnor, A, r, 11 1 DDE E. of Crawford, For SVcretary of State, E. 1L ALLE,'ot Sedgwick. Fr State Auditor, E. 1 MvL'AEE, ol'(ji!tli:iin, Fr State Treasurer, SAM. T. HO WE, of Marion, Fi.r Attorney General, S. IS. Ell A DEO 111), of Osage, For Kup't, of Pcldjc Ir-st ructions, J, II. Ed II HEAD, of ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 September 1884

t Phillipsbarg Herald. HKPTEMBER II. LOCAL. HERALDINC3. tin K a niKo i.ir th flRU n . A good shower of rain Sunday night, j .1. L. Troup, of Kirwin, was in the j City Monday. Look out for bargains at ISickford & Champlin. iiw (Jeorce Ferguson started for Miouri j .Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Spaulding spent Sunda3' iu the country, visiting. H. Bradley, Attorney, of Kirwin , was in town Monday, on business. Don't fail to bring your exhibits to e fair, October 8, y, an.i 10, 184. the A. S. Ennis and I) S. Palmer, of Beayer, were in the city Saturday. C'has. Illakely or L(ai), died last Sunday from being thrown from a horse. The lilaine and Logan and John A Martin Club at this place now consists of over UK) voters, A sou of Tlios. Curley of Kirwin was hilled by the ears running over him at "Dow us last Monday. - , ' If you have job work of any kind, bring it to the Hhulu office. Woilt done with neatness and disputed. Immigrant wagons can be seen every day passing thiough to...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 September 1884

Published by EISSIiXL & LIGHT FOOT. nirLLIPSBURG, - - KANSAS. MEWS SUMMARY. liISCSLLANEOU3. A hurricane at Evansville, Ind., destroyed property valued at a qaarter of a million dollars or over. The lona: drought in Virginia has been ended by copious rains, and a good tobacco crop is now assured. The school census recently taken in Chi cago shows a population of 610,323, of which there are 209,631 Germans, 143,0X) Americans, and 114,000 Irish. The coroners of Lone: Island have decided to ask for proof that Miss Dora Buck, of Lincoln, Iseb., is the sister of Frivate Chas. B. Henry before his body is exhumed upon her order. A colored nurse summering at Saratoga with a Cuban family is said to have been Bold to a widower from Havana for $1,200. The purchaser intends to present her to his bride in Cuba. The conduct of the White Star Steamship company in turning loose two hundred im migrants without proper provision for their care, will be called to the attention of the Secretary of th...

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