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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 September 1884

ON THE BUSK! SIDE. JAMES WHITCOSSB El LEY. Hi ani a whoop-hooray, boys? sing a sons of cheer ? Here's a holiday, boys, Lasting half a year ! Round the world, and half is Shadow we have tried. Now we're where the laugh is Oa the Sunny sice! Pigeons coo and mutter, btrmting high aloof. Where the sunbeams flutter Through the etahie roof. Here the chickens cheep, boys, And the hen with pride. Clucking theni to sleep, boys, On the bunny tide! Here the clacking guinea, Here the cattle inoo, Here the horses whinny, Looking out at you ! On the hitching-block, boys, Oraudly satistied, See the old peacock! boys, On the Bunny side' Robins in the peach tree, Blue-tirds in the pear, Blot-sonis over each tree In the orchard there ! All the world's in joy, boys, As a romping boy, boys, On the sunny side 1 Where's a heart as mellow? W here's a soul as free? Where is any fellow We would rather be? Just ourselves or none, boys, World around and wide, Laughing in the tun boys, on the Sunny side! A TRA...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 September 1884

FOB 5 f : I The D.U!y and Weakly Chairplcn. ! j For Recublican Principles and &&' j i publican Candidates. ; : ;i nd ! er ll The P.ii;v Champion vri!l f-.irtiisi;-d '; to ui.til hki.i'.-i iocin, l'.jr thrj campaign . ending N"veMdio f. ( three months.) for j SjiLliii. "flit- i- at tlo rate of ou.y ten j cents per w.-t k. S'uh.-eiin! i-.ns will be i edited lor "in1 iiumi ii ait the iat-;; oOctsj t::: Or i'.Ttwo 1 1 ' 1 1 1 r I . - .11) cciils. The weekly Cleuni.iv.ii will he Mit fiiihs'.i ihit.-. i;r tliiet; lu.ititla etj 1 to in" 1 ith lle iifitr clecii-ju centci. Tnese icdiu-. d rates aro of.Vred to )!1 i r r.'jw -hL'.t l ILj.-i .. .jo i led ilw eaj-h i j .nt diner lo the ( Mian::;!! II ilH" e. II ; r aJ-T.s of t in i-l. .mj.i. will tn.ike ; ktaiwti to th:ir fiiiiuis tii'?-'- redue-ti Titles, they will i.reutiy .r..uio:e Kt-jiuhii cun sin C.-.--.S. oiv uutut jvl V. li 'i, t""J 1-fr Hi tli't-.CL 1 c : ' ov or u. i:u v'u' t;. ! i'.r'.:i:u lurk, in )oaf y- tern. Av.l-t b-.'us ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 September 1884

"IT i if ir U i H it SPKAK 'I'O THK.M 'IHAT THKYXJO KOUWAKD. J jr iL- -ii. -ill JLJ V. I'' r VI NO 45 Philiipsbiirg Herald. UiLiSai;D EVERY TUL'EitDlY, I! V BIS3SLL LIGHTFOOT. EDITORS. Secret Societies. I. O. O. F. rhiMip-Vi'irft Lo'ine No. KV.. mffevry Vee,l eKniy. VisiliuK trt!ircn ciT.liallv iuvitelto utteri'i W A . A.M)(USO, N. ei. i J'.M. lu-her, Hcc. tx-'v. A. F. and A. M. " . Philhp-Vmri: I. haul- inmibt-r l4. inet every Ffitunhiv on or lieiur tli trill uio.n. visions; brvtt.ivii fr-i i'i I i y invite I to iitt.-n.l. C T. M. Iuichor,s' y. I'. C. r. Uwk, W -M K. of P. Credent Lrnl;.".! n u u: ocr i. mets y-rr Mon day evcnint:. Vii-iiiiiu brethren eur-li-hy inv it ei ic tilt-tut. Uavjh MiSKiiu C.C. J . Jackruu, K ut" It H rt S. C A R. rhHH pyhnrir !'ot iiuinhcr7T mct Saturday frr full pioun, Visions: cotwr.i.l.: always wrlrnuir. r'u:.S JliulS. 1' C. W W . Anders-.n. A. IS, Churcli Directory. E.fhurch llev, . It- Allen, .-very ftlter mito SHM-uth at 11 .,.lo.-k A. l unl7 o'clock...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 September 1884

KANSAS NEWS. Yate3 Center has a cigar factoty. A jail delivery is reported at Hutchin- Bon. Clay Center "additions." is constantly taking in Arkansas City is sadly in need of a fire company. The Salina University has sixty stu dents this year. Fifteen tramps were arrested at Wichita in one day. Swindling "cloth peddlers" are devas tating Sumner county. Sumner county peaches will be exhib ited at New Orleans. A convict died at the penitentiary re cently, of typhoid fever. Ilossville is to have a new brick school house with four rooms. Eight hundred students at the Agricul tural college this year. The Empire wants Bull's City to incor porate and change its name. The hotel Coolidge at Lmporia will ha enlarged to three stories throughout The Anthony public schools will em ploy hve instructors during me comic year. A number of improvements have been made on the State University at Law rence. Kinslev has been visited by burglars according to the Mercury, who made sev eral hauls. A newspap...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 September 1884

r 1, S' LONELY. I em lonely without thee to-day, love; I miss thee away iroin my side; All joy from my heart is away, love That place "where but bliss thouid abide. I miss thy dear hand placed in mine, love, I miss the sweet lips I have pre-sed, Imiss the bright smiles that ere thine, love, The form which so oft I've caressed. I think of each word that you spake, love, Of each little act thou hast done, My heart feels as though it would break, love, To think that to-day I'm alone. Alone, without thee to console, love, Without thy sweet accents to cheer; My emotions I cannot control, love; I cannot suppress a sad tear. I try to forget that thou art pone, love 1 think of the past as a dream That lor thee 1 am foolish to mourn, love Kegertless and cireless to seem. But deep in my heart is a pain, love, Which nothing on earth can remove, Unless 'tis to see thee apain love. And my heart's fond devotion to prove. An ! little do we mortals know, love, How deep our arli ciion may be, Until ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 September 1884

Piiilipiiiirg Heralsl, SKPTKMDEIMS EDITORS- Republican Ticket. For President, JAIIES li. BLMNE, cf Kaire. For VIco-PresJdent, For Presidential Electors. At Large....... j DA VALjjyTINE. Int. District . . FEL T 2d District . O. PICKERING 3d District JOIIX I,. DEN I SON 4th District J. M. MILLER oth District U'. .S' L'RGIS 6th District , .S. TILTON 7th District F. 2T. 7V1 J'ZO For Congress, LEWIS UAHBacK of fstae- STATE TICKET. ForCheif Justice, 7f. IIORIVN, of Atchison. For Associate Justice, A. JOHNSTON, of Ottawa. IT' For Governor, JUlIN A. MARTIN, of Atchison. For Lieutenant-Governor, A, P, RIDDLE, of Crawford. For Secretary of State, E. B. ALLEN, ot Sedgwick. For State Auditor, E. P. McCABE, of Graham. For State Treasurer, SAM. T. HO WE, of Marion, For Attorney General, S. li. BRADFORD, of Osage. For Sup't, of Public Instructions, J, II. LA WHEAD, of Bourbon For State Senator, 3Sth District, H. S. lil'ANGEK, Of Mniiips. PHILLIPS COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Repre-entHtive, W. II...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 September 1884

r-r h U n r i 1 M n i i ? i h H j ; :n v" r r ; ' I ' W f W H Mh i .i j 1 -l H : i 1 u d Li u Li -1 .', I J .j c - f ; , H f H t'4 V fc 4iuul vJls tJ lit- f it I 1 L- - 1 I i Li wi ki L -4mM ii u-aJ tur feJ - 1 1 3 n X J U n ! I' ivmm) d) i xWyvJ) j 1 ij- J)J o y ' v ; r ' ' i in Phillipsburg Herald. SEPTEMBER 18. LOCAL HERALD I NCS. SubsjriSe tor the Hskalu. Look out for bargeius ut Biekford & Chamijlin. 2w Go to W ;'H Evans for faacy dress jgoods and velvets. -5w One dollar will buy 25 yfis of calico at V II Evans of (Ilenwood. iff Byron Miller of Republic county was Ha. town Tuesday looking for a location. Miss Ail ice .Walker, ot Ohio, sister of Mrs. E. II. Evens of this place arrived here last iSaturday -und will visit fur a few weeks. Benjamin Farke, of Arcade, two Biiles east of town, brought us in some ears of corn 14 inches long last Sat urday. Wanted Fat cattle wanted for which will will pay the highest market price. Cal! on E. H. Evens, west id e square, Phillipsburg,...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 September 1884

r.i iT,-i-TTii-jtrf'rtfiB,imr rubUshed by MSSEUL, & UGHTFOOT. pnirxirsBUEG, - - kansas. fJEWS SUMMARY. t rtnnvr.T. a w?.nna: Very Lot weather ia reported at Chicago. rieuro-prjermoEia Lesbrcken cut among attle at West Chester, Perm. The Second National bank at Xenia, Ohio, has been authorized to resume. A steamer arrived at New York from Liverpool bringing 500 Mormon converts. Sam Jackson, colored, who committed an outrage, was lynched at ilonticeilo, Ark. The funeral of the late Senator Anthony, of Khode Island, was solemnized at .Provi dence. The principal business block of Arkansas City, Arkansas, was destroyed by lire. Los, $00,000. Dr. George F. Lewellirg, of Scottsburg, Indiana, leil from a ferry boat and wiS drowned. Oklahoma Payne was released on $1,000 bail at Fore Smith, and seven of his follow were set free. Miss Smalzey, of Ft. Plain. N. Y., ha passed 1S dayb without food. Dr. Ayer Las certified to the fact. The mayor of Kansas City vetoed the bill extending the fran...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 September 1884

COL. JETMORE DECLINES. The following waa given to the press yesterday: Messrs. G. F. Kimball, T. B. Carter and Jno. C. Rogers, Committee. Gentlemen: Yours of 4th inst. formally notifying me of my unanimous nomination to the oliice of Governor of the State of Kansas, by the Prohibition party, at its conven tion held at Lawrence on the 2nd of this month, and asking my acceptance of the eame, has been received ; and after ma ture and careful consideration of tha matter, I beg leave to state : That for Buch an unmerited endorsement by my Prohibition friends, especially when it has been given without my solicitation or desire, is very gratifying to me, and has induced me to give the subject more careful and exhaustive consideration in order, if possible, to comply with your request, and the desire of the party. To occupy the position of Executive of the great titate ot Kansas and to be Gov ernor of her intelligent, progressive peo ple, is an ambition laudable, and to be esired by any cit...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 September 1884

mat, jwwjUwj f OR THE SAiaPAIGIi Tha Dr-Hy and Weekly Champio?.. or nep,'t!fcsn Principles and J?t pubttcan Candidates. Th.- D e.H Champion wi 1 he fumi-ln -d to mail suh-i"i ibcn;, f'er t if campaign prulin" N'-V-'uiU b. (three- fi ps . - - . . - . t 1 - Ihtslsat the rate ot omy ho cent! F'j y n,L. Salter: pin 5- wit l eeeived for on" nmni ii at the rate od cts or Pr i wo inofit !i 90 emis. Tin weekly Champion wil be sent to subscribers, h r three months crming with the ine nf'ier elect ion hr - cents. Thes- r("l".i 'l rates sre cm-rod toi 1 nr ri rubs-ri:.-rs. provided 'he cash is Fetit lir ct to the CMiatupn n office Ii r adds ol' tin; champion will tnake krown to tluir liit nils 1 1 ! m-i-l run-s. tlit-v will TTt atiy j'r. iiiote lifj.ul !i run sm-e. . snor. civ, 4.131 miucrout oi 1 0 .1 JOL..tll'jl indison ti tii, Ixjo Ire- iu'luijjtrac'i a: l our biaiu v di. 0 no i-.-inporiztj vu.ttf a- tu-n:ica lur in 3 ur a tem. Aioiii being iuipost j t a rrL-tt-utiou ci44rn '4 c ver rifiT.c...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 September 1884

r- ; . i Ji JiJiiL J y j ir t SPKAK 'I'O TXI.;M -J-II-A.'r 'XHKY GO- ITO ItAV A. It X . VOL. VI NO 46 'PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. 1884, 81 50 IN ADVANCE. FMHipsbiirg Herald. ri'BLlSHED iUU ISLSSiil, 'MY - BISSELL. & LIGHTFGQT. i EDITORS. Secret Socletie. ' I.O. O. F. Phillip'hurif LoJgo So. ltV. inet every W1 Eeiv. Yisilhitf brethren orlinlly inUt to Htteni. W. W . AnoKKAOS, . U. i'. X.M. Putcher, Rec. ecy. Fht'.lipsburit LoJgo number 14. meet eTery Saturiiivy on r l.eiore the fall nnn. visiting Lrethreri cor.tially invited t attend. 2. X. M. Dutchor, evz'y. I. 0, S. Low. W M kToTp. Creent I.oJga number 42. meets evry Mon day evening. VULun urethra etrtitly invit H to ittend. Uavio MiRtCH CO. J. Jackuun, K of U and S. cTa- r. Phi!lijsburi Poet nuiuberTT meets Saturday for full uioo'.i, Visitintf coird atwnys we!"MU. FRMi iTHil.1. 1 C. W- W Anderson. Adj. Church Directory. M. E. Church Kev, v . H- Allan, every 'ter tite Sabhttth at 11 o'clock A. M audi clock 1....

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 September 1884

ft KANSAS NEWS. Herdic coaches have been introduced in Atchison. The Band of Hope of Jewell City has forty-five members. Sumner county peaches will be exhib ited at New Orleans. A lodge of the A. O. U. W. ha3 been organized at Pittsburg. Lawrence is said to be one of the heathiest cities in the State. There is talk of erecting an opera house at Cuba, Kepublic county. A colony of 600 Mennonites are to set tle near Hartford in a short time. A brass band has been organized at Kinsley, with seven charter members. Manhattan has invested $100,000 of home money in buildings this season. An opera house was dedicated at Del phos, Ottawa county, a short time ago. The Humboldt schools opened with an attendance of 335 scholars. The amount derived to Coffey county from lands sold for taxes last week was over $ 4,000. The public schools of Marion opened with an attendance of 300, the largest ever known. An Irishman recently made a trip from England to Leavenworth, this State, in fourteen days. Th...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 September 1884

HOSE ANL HOOT. BY JOHN JA.MX8 PLATT. The re He aloft ia sunny air, 15c loved ulike by bird and bee, Tftkeis fur the dark root little care, That toilb below it ceaselessly I iut my question to the flower; "l'rl ie 01 the Summer, garden queen, Why liveBl thou thy hale hour? 1 And the roie answered : "I am ec-en." I put my question to the root, "1 mine the earth content," it said, "A hidden miner under loot, I kuow a rote Is overhead." MY OWN MOKTGAGK. Why, really, you frighten but please, me. I feel like a babe in love's hand ; Kay, bir, Co not oiler to squeeze me, "lis more than decorum can stand. How often my pupils I've taught From penniles lovers to flee, But 1 never once cherished the thought Of wedding my own mortgage. Since fancy my horoscope cast, I've fctored all its dreams on my fehelf. And now that my green cays are past, What pleasure to husband myieif! Yes, really, you frighten but please me, . Twice happy our marriage will be, For then you'll both bind and release me, My...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 September 1884

FliiBirsfcorg Herald, RKPTFllRJ" 11 2f EDITORS- Republican Ticket. for Prz&identi JAMS C. BUIKE, if Kairer for Vice-President, CRN A. LGGJVf II inai. For r evidential Electors. j j(,ux 11. 'rICR, At Large ( D.A.VAI.EXTIXE. t, District ...A, J. FELT 2,1 Distrk t . P. PICKERING 3,1 l)istri-t..r..rCi-V x. liEXisox 4th Dis'.riet -V. MILLER ah District W.VIVRQia tfth District..... H-.A TJLTOX 7tli District. : ..2'. TAYLOR For Congress, LEWIS BAKBiiK, if Cfect STATE TICKET, For Che-if Justice, A. 11. 11OPT0X, of Atchison. For Associate Justice, II . .1. JUlIXS'l OX, of Ottawa. For Governor, Jul IX A. MAR TIX, of At.-hiaon. For Lieutenant-Governor. A. P. PIDDLE, of Crawford. For Secretary of State, E. D. ALL EX, ot Sedgwick. For State Auditor, E. P. Met' A HE, of Graham. For Statu Treasurer. SAM. T. JIO VE, of Marion, For Attorney General, .V. lil.'A DFO RD, of Osage. For Sup't, if Piblie Instructions, J. II. LA AHEAD, of Rombou For State Senator, 3Sth District, ri.s. i.mmt cf Mips. ' ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 September 1884

on dnoG r"! ... - ..' " t - s ' T r M r M j " M r U ' V. - Hi i M n u n . j Li J U u u y -. w ! i 1 1 u ! . ': f v.v It -J Li bi O ! i x U ii ii O ii ij U UU Ui A u X 1 I I ! 5 1 1 1 f 5 i 5 ! i : . f ? 1 r :;. 1 1 i isDisrg He BEl'TEMUEIt 25. .UOCAl. HERALDIKQ3. SubairiWe tor the HiitAi-U. A nice rain Tuesday evon'mg. Look out for bargain' at ttickfonl & do to W II Evans for fancy dress r0pd.i and velvets. iwr One aulUr will buy 25 yds ctf .calico 6w At W II Evans ul Uleuwogd. Will some one suggest a remedy lor 6topin " "devils" mouth? Farm loans at the Phillips County You can't mistake Dave Claik for the bird with long les and neck. WANTED A girl to do house work, Avill p:iv good wages, enquire l 'Mrs. II, V. Spun ding. II 15artleH. senior member of the lirni of II & W H- 1 irtlett, of St. Jo, M. , was in town Tuesday. Elder B. 11. Turner will deliver a lec ture at the school house in PhiHipsbure Friday evening, all should go and hear -him that can. J. F. Morse, at the ban...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 September 1884

pfiiflijiifjutjj eralil, Published by BIsSLl-L & LIGUTFOOT. PniLLTPSCUEG, KANSAS. An Arctic owl was shot m Sullivan county, N. Y., ast week. According to the weather prophets his presence at this season indicates a short Autumn and a long, cold Winter. In a recent speech General Itaurn fctated that the population of the United Stated had increased sixty per cent in the last twenty years, and farm lands seventy-six per cent. The people of Eruehl, near Cologne, were much alarmed on the night of August 2Q by a ball of fire in the heavens. It sailed along and upward at a varying but mostly very rapid rate, until, at a great height, it remained for some min utes almost or quite stationary. Then, after some uncertain move ments, it rose again, becoming smaller as it ascended, until it finally disappeared. A co-respondent writes to Katue: "Last night I rescued a frog from the claws of a cat, and to my great surprise, it turned, and after gazing at me for a few seconds, jumped slightly ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 September 1884

PllESENr MONEfAB? STK1N GE.NCY. Witli Some Kemarks aa to the AVbys and Wherefores. II. H. Gardner In El Dorado Republican. The late Hurry at the head center of eastern money markets, New York City, in passing over has left in its track a set tled, condition of stringency that is now being erery where felt. Our home peo ple are realizing it in finding a great shortage of loanable funds in proportion to the active demand for them. So sen sitive is the composition of the Nation's rosperity and so dependent upon regu arity at our central financial headquar ters that it ia only a question of time, till like the widening ripples on the water which a etone cast therein will make, the furthermost bounds of our con tinent feel any undulatorv swell started at its opposite shores. With abundant evidences of local of local Droeperitv on our every hand, it seems hard to realize that we here are now sunering nearly a money famine owing to a combination -of circumstances brought about by no defici...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 September 1884

FOR THE COA10&- The Doily and Weekly Champion. For Republican Principles and Re publican Candidates. The Daily Champion will bo furoialied to mail t-ubs'Tibers, lor the campaign ndin- Nnvembes G. (three months,) for 1 2f. This is at the rate of on'.y ten t-uiit.t per wi t k. Subscriptions will be ceivci fur one morn ii at ;he rate G ets or t'r two months 90 ccnis. The weekly Champion will be sent to ubsc-riU-rn. fur three month endie;.' vith the issue after election fbr 25 tents. Thee reduced rates are offered to old or new iihscribers. provided ihe cah is FiMit direct to tho Ohampii.n ofiico. r-ndcrs of the champion will make J-rnwn to their friends these reduced jaies, they will prcutly rowotc Ilepub'i cau success. Xhe Missouri Pacific Tl'y Offers unsurpassed advantages to fast traveling public in the shae of the, time, elegant equipment and mperior accomodations. 'Ibis great system, rmbraoii.g C,0i'9 miles of road, runs it trains into the Union Depots of St. Iajuis, Kansas Ci...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 2 October 1884

V 1 ii Ji J1JJ il J L JL 81'KAKTO THKM THVr THKY GO KORWAKD. VOL. VI NO 47 PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1S84: SI 50 IN ADVANCE. ii z ( ; i Piiillips&urg Herald. PIBLISI1E9 iUU Tdimii. r.v BISSELL & LIGHTFOOT. EDITORS. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. 1 KA1TBAS. ii. V. Glick". . W. Kinney. James Smith. K. 1. McCahc ... Sum. T. Howe. tion II. O. Bpeer. ...V. A. Johnston. Dwight Thatcher. (J.J. Intralis. i r. jj. riuntb. ( liivminr Juut. ( Jovernor.... Secretary ol" rotate.. .V ud dor Treasurer japt. I'nh. I list rue A 1 ( rnev (Jfiu-nil.. Till, lie Printer. ..T. C S. Senators COITITTY. W. H. Pratf Ceo. JJ. Case. Y. II MeBride ,.. A. Spatilding. I. V. J ..owe. Uitner Smith. Distrii-t Judge... :tnte Senator 1 ' 'presen Wit i vc. v. . k Iis. Court. A .,untv Clerk lleg'r of Deeds-. Treasurer.. J). L. Smith. John Woods. rill". .Sunt. Puli. Instruction. .A.'- A. Lewis. 1 - . . . , . ...... i i :.. ... Probate J ud; " u - rspauiwuiiz. County Surveyor W. B Stubei". Votiiitv Attorney ...

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

NEWS. El Dorado has five lumber yards. The Emporia school employ thirty in structors. A new fire company is to be organized at Wichita. "Nortonville has three students at the State University. There is a school district in Nemeha county called "Tranquil." Wamego w ill finish a $10,000 school house before cold weather sets in. The Minneapolis public schools com menced with an attendance of 275 pu pils. The w holesale fruit business is being carried on to a considerable extent in "Wichita. Pelicans to the number of five hun dred were seen one day recently at Wichita. A firm at Cheney, Sedgw ick county, waa robbed of eighty-live dollars a few nights ago. More residences are building in Blue Rapids than in any season belore in many years. The people of Montgomery county are to vote on a bond proposition to build a $-30,000 court hou.se. Osage City, Peterton and Scrantm mined 107,0t?O bushels more coal in July, 18S4, than in July, lbS3. At length it has been finally decided that a teleph...

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