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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 2 October 1884

i f 1 Must Take Ieiuocrtlc Medicine. CLicao Evening Journal. A leading Democratic newspaper an nounces that Civil Service reform, as the liepublicans understand and leline it, i3 not to be practiced at all if a Democratic administration fchould succeed in getting into power: ''When Cleveland becomes President," it declares, "the liepublicans will be turned out of the oliictra which they now hold, and Democrats with rep resentatives of the element now aiding the Democrats to secure Cleveland's elec tion will be appointed to fill vacancies. That is Democratic Civil Service reform." That is civil-service reform as the Democrats understand and will practice it, if they should obtain possession of the administration. Actual civil-service reform includes the divorce of the oilices from politics; that neither removals nor appointments shall be made for partisan purposes; that the offices are not to be considered as spoils and divided ampng the victors in political campaigns. This is genuin...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 2 October 1884

Phillipsborg Herald. OCTOBER 2. Andrews s c Turner " COUNTY APPOINTMENTS. McBride, Sep. 30. 11 Republican Ticket. For President, JAMES G- BLAISE, cf Maine- For Vice-President, JOHN A. LOGAN, of Illinois. For r esidentlal Electors. , f joie n. RICE, At Large ( J) A VALKSTINE. A. J. FELT ..... O. PICKERING .JOHN L. DENISON J. M. MILLER .r. W.STURGIS W, S. TILTOS T.T. TA YLOR Pugh )ixon Uiilskle Dist 15 Lee Stone McGrath Heath 1 M 1 1 t H It Oet " 7 Nov 3 Oct G " 20 " 1 " 2 " 3 " 4 " 21 IS 1 1.-st. District.. 12.1 Dist riit ;M District 4th District.... 6th District.... 6th District.... 7th District.... For Congress, LEWIS HANBACK, cf OslicriiB- STATE TICKET. For Choif Justice, A. II. IIORTON, of Atchison. For Associate Justice, IV. .1. JOHNSTON, of Ottawa. For Governor, JOHN A. MARTIN, of Atchison. For Lieutenant-Governor. A. F: RIDDLE, of Crawford. For Secretary of State, E. B. ALLEN, of Sedgwick. For State Auditor, E. P, McCXBE, of Graham. For State Treasurer, SAM. T. HO WE, of Mario...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 2 October 1884

VI. t "-3 H ; U ; f i h Li M 'J o u u Li u lI ,. J O vl lj ii il ; ?S H ;1 n -k u Li J fc-J 4 Lai ki Li Li Ji A v MM U M n A i iAN) i f 5 v 1 t 3 ' x- ;Ay Fiiiilipsbiifg Herald. OCTOBER 2. LOCAL HERALDINCS: Subs .Tine tor the IIzrald. Look out for bargains at Bickford Ac Chaniplin. -w (Jo to W II Evans for fancy dress goods and velvets. 5w One dollar will buy 25 yds of calico at Y II Evans of Glenwood. 5w Earm loang at the Phillips County Bank. tf wanted A girl to do house work, will pay good wages, enquire of Mrs. II, C ttpauiding. J. F. Morse, attheis.nk is prepared to make good fai m loans . tf I have abcut live hundred bushels of Turkey Wheat lor eale at uiy plae in Arcade township, at GO cents per bushel. The rye was all carefully cut out, Aug. 25, 4t CiKANOEK. See Sheriff Woods' address to the people in this impression, lie speaks as one having authority. VantkD Fat cattle wauted for w&iieh will will pay the highest market price. Call on K. JI. Kveiis, west hide square, l'...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 2 October 1884

pfjillilisfini'ig: Jfcrald, Published by MSSEI.L & LIGHTFOOT. PMLLIPSEURG, KANSAS. One o the first couples to take adTan tage cf tLe new French divorce law was a lady who had been married at sixteen and obtained a separation fifteen days after the wedding. She had been await ing her divorce exactly fifty years. The mayor of Brainard, Minn., who became notorions for his order prohibit ing the wearing of Mother Hubbard dresses, says he issued the order because the girls wore them scant and thin, and as a guardian of public morals he felt bound to interfere. The question of a speedier means of executing criminals is being discussed in England. The Lancet says: "Decapi tation does not cause instant death, hanging is torturingly slow and neither prustic acid nor electricity would be quick enough in fatal effect. L.AKGE numbers of dried and smoked lizards are imported by the Chinese phy sicians. They are used in cases of con sumption and artt-mia with considerable Eucces s. Their virt...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 2 October 1884

1 Sr.Vt5tEIl.A?I WINTER. BY EMMA CABLETON. Ufa knows no-Winter when the hert la light ; Tho' tkies aie gray and dull the waning year; Mid cloud and gloom the world is fair and bright; Fur ail is Bummer w hen one smile is here. Life knows no Summer when the heart is sad, Uho' skit's are blue and iields with verdure grown ; Can eoiig or blossom make the world seem plad? Ah, no; 'tis Winter when one siaue is fluwn. MARRY ME, DARLING, TO-NIGHT. Me darlint. it's axin' they are That 1 goes to the war to be kilt, An' come back wid an iluant sLka An' a baber hung on to a hilt. They offers promotion to tho'ie Who die in defense of the rijrht. I'll be off in the morning' suppose Ye marry me, darlint, to-night ? There's nothin' so raises a man In the eyes oi the wurld as to fall Feminist haouid ring, iu tne van, 1'ierced through wid a bit of a ball. An' whin f em kilt ye can wear Some ihgantcrape on your bonnet. Jmt thin how trie women will fchtare Yid lnvy whiniver ye ooli It ! O fwat a prcud...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 2 October 1884

FOR THE CAMPAIGN fhff Dai! anj Weekly Champion. For Republican Principles and He publican Candidates. Th.- Diilv Cllatnpi. n wi lhe f'.ltnished 1 ' ll 11 lit! rujv.'TH.'T.. fcr i !ie ca mpt urn fndi".i Xoeenibes li. i three months.) for 52 Tbis is at the rate of on.y fen Ct'Mspc vitK. Suti.i-riiii us wi I he tfaai i y I tor ikh' i ii. i !i at the rate 50 fit or t' i wo n,n;h- ; ecu is. n- -kiv (Mniii.i(ti n be se,.t ;ubs-nhcrs. r three tinniths eliding' with the Iwae cents liter election l'ir -0 Tlit'nl" It-duet d rates are off, red timid ! i'T i.imv n:si-ri!' is 'i- i Ji-1 ilie -ah is j hent dipc oi flie Cliumjii. u i.ffiee II i r ader-s of tlie rli;nii..h Mill malej ki.-own l.i H'-ir (ri nU tln-se redun "I j rales, f.'n-v will jireatiy i.roinoie lle'ub!i- I Can .su"C-sS. i ! liftcuxi Pcciflc R'y i Offer- unsurpassed adantapes to fa-t i traveling .ic. in the sha, e of ihe ; lime, eU -fjini eqiiij-ment and Uei ior iteeui. daiion. I nis yitat .-iem. ; eni!;rai':i 1-'J miles t road, i...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 9 October 1884

SPKAK 'J'O THKM THAT THKYGO FURYAK'P. VOL. VI NO 48 PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9. 1884, SI 50 IN ADVANCE. Phillipsburg Herald. lliSllSllfcD KURI THLllSUlY, BY WM. BISSELL OFF1CIAL DIRECTORY. trJT.A.TEJ OUT1 ZEC-A-HSTSS. .fJovernor O. W. Glick. Jjieut. Governor -r.D. W. Finney. fciecretary of State Juiiies Smith. Auditor- K. 1. MeCabe. Treasurer Bam. T. Howe. .Hupt. Pub. Iufetructia...-H. C. Speer. A tUrney General W. A. Johnston. Public PrLuter.T. Dwljbt Thatcher. U 8. Senators. p VlSniuI jplzlLj Eiris go crjsrx' District Judg. W. H. Pratt- &Ute Senator...... Geo. If. Case. J "preventative W. H Me Bride Cvk Dist. Court G. A. Spaulding. iCounty Clerk J. W. Lowe. Jteg'r of Deeds Hitner Smith. Treasurer D. L. Smith. Sheriff. John Woods. 3Hupt. Pub. Instruction. ..C. A. Lewis. Probate Judge H C. Spaulding. County Surveyor W. B- Stuber'.. (County Attorney S. W. MeKlroy. Coroner O W Gaudy i 1st Dist, II. Moulton. C'omiuhs'rs-1 2d Dist, J- H. Close. (3d Dist,...T. M, Bisho...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 9 October 1884

KANSAS NEWS. There are 302 scholars in attendance at the State University at Lawrence. There will he an Old Settlers Reunion at Sabetha on October 7th, 8th and tun. The new Court House which is being erected by .Sumner county will be one 01 the finest in the fctate it is said. A wreck on the Santa Fe real at Law rence will cost that company 00,000 that being the amount of damage done. No lives were lost. Clay Center Times: Oakland and Five Creeks are the banner Short-horn town ships in Clay county, and their owners are the best men in the county, and are all making money. Strong City Independent: The largest gtone ever shipped out of Chase county was loaded on a car at Lantrj 's yard re cently, and billed for Kansas City. It measured 12 fee. S inches long, 5 "feet 3 inches wide, 2 feet 8 inches thick, and weighed thirteen tons and eight hundred pounds. Augusta Gazette: A few days ago the fourteen year-old daughter of Commo dore Gairison, who resides about three miles south-west of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 9 October 1884

y i -1 , .ASUNDER. Once, when the sun, la slowly dying splendor, Sauk a-iidim? crimson fciailes acro&s the sea ; When iQ the twibght, eyed io Aed true aud ten der , r Tell me," you said, "h,ow great is your love for me." DarStr and darker grew the sea before us ; Turning, 1 saw a tnadow at your hi ie ; Mist tilled trie ky aiid M i the pale stars o er us, Astho.e who speak in dreams iny lips replied : "some measure love by gold. By endless lime, by soundless sea ; Bat 1 1 love you well enough. To leave you, love, if ueeusmust be. "Words, thoughtless words ! but breathing doubt lorliiJdcn; , Fears, foolish fears! that love must lull to rest . Not you or I knew then the meaning hidden. Vailed iu those words you deemed an idle jest ; Kow, love I with paths divided, hands asunder, Now we have learned the meaning, you and 1, Hid in misty sky, the dark sea under, Hid in luose words 1 epoke, and knew not why dome measure love by gold, By eiiule.-s liine, by boundless 8ea ; But I I love ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 9 October 1884

phillipsburg Herald. OCTOBER 9. Republican 'licket. For President, JASESu. BUflMf Mai' e- For Vice-President. J03N A- ilKM, of It 111 IS- For r esldentlal Electors. Jt.lIA II. ulVR. At Large J) A yALEXTIAE. t, District A.J.FELl 2,1 District O. PICKERING 3d District JO IIS L. I) EX ISO 4tli District J. M, MILLER Mli District F, W.S-iUllOlS Gtli District - H , S. TJL'JOis : 7tb District -T. 2 7 A YL'Ol. For Congress, LEWIS MBBK. cf fstar. STATE TICKET. For Clieif Justice, A. 11. II OR Toy, of Atchison. For Associate Justice, . A. JOllA'STOA', of Ottuwa. For Governor, JOHN A. MARTIA', of Att-hiaon. For Lieutenant-Governor, A. P, RIDDLE, of Craw ford. For Secretary of State, E. B. ALL EX, ot Sedgwick. For Stte Auditor, E. P. McVA.BE, of Graham. For State Treasurer. SAM. T. 1IO WE, of Marion, For Attorney General, S. B. BRADFORD, ofOsae. For Sup't, of Pul.lic Instructions, J. II. L i IV HEAD, of Bourbon For State Senator, 38th District, H. S. GRANGER, cf Mils. HIl.LIPS CCL'NTY REPUBLICAN...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 9 October 1884

-. " n Piiiliipsljurg Herald. OCTOBER 9. LOCAL. HERALDINGS. Subs ;ribe tor the 11 ikald . Farm loans at the Fhillips County Dunk. if . An. linil:A Wftrif. WANTED -V gin l" uw " : will pay good wages, enquire of Mis. H, C fcpauding. .J. E. Kelley, of Kirwin, was ia town .Vednesday on busin"-. D G- Wright and family wew tak ng'in the fair and look owaiMonto re lieiuber the poor printer while in town. John Merkline and George Kraft, of Mound township, were business caller it this office Satmday . J. F. Morse, t tke bank is prepared to make good farm loans . tf Rev. B. R. Turner will preach at the school house in Fh'dlipsburg Sundaj evening at the usual hour. Peter Lund, of Marshall county, Kan sas, has bought the B, L Mrto tim ber claim in Freedom townshi . Lee Scrivner, of Solom -n, was in tc see us last weeR and is n-.w ahead oi the hounds on the Hkuald books. V. W. Hanson wa- in town Saturday to attend the meeting of the wool grow crs' association, which failed to meet. J. E. Dodge ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 9 October 1884

Jf)ifIijJ5fnnr! S.eraIil, iublUlied by BISSIXL & UGUTl OOT. rniLLirsBunG, KANSAS. A Massachusetts Judge will not be lieve a professional spy whose evidence is uncorroborated. He acquitted a hotel keeper, charged with illegal liquor eell ins. although a law and order leazue aerent. who boarded for two months in the house, swore to regular sales. The country horsemen of Eastern Con necticut have introduced a novel feature into horse racing. Instead of trotting for a purse the horses are trotted for 100 bushels of oats. The oats are divided into four prizes, the first prize being 40 bushels; second, CO; third, 20; fourth, 10 It i3 said to have a very stimulating ef fect on the horses. A kev kind of compass has been in vented by an Italian sea captain, and is in use in the Italian navy. It consists of a Magnetic needle floating in the wa ter in a hermetically sealed glass case. Its advantages are that it resists sudden shocks, but it yields readily to ordinary influences. The firing...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 9 October 1884

4 ' 1 1 Th.e Struggle la Oliio. Kpeciul dispatch to the Globe-Democrat. Coluinbu?, Sejitember' 2t Ohio has been transformed into a political battle cround. Since the Maine election the National Committees of both parties have drawn their lines in thia State The campaign diliers from any others we have ever had in that tha National Democratic and the National llepublican party are thtina here. It is not the iiepublicans of Ohio against the Demo crats of Ohio. At both State headquar ters the emissaries of the National Com mittees are in charge, ostensibly as ad visory committeemen. Business circles and society in general are almost as much disturbed a3 in times of war or some other exciting crisis. The cam paign has been progressing in the State bince July, and it was unusually dull till the agents from the East arrived on both sides. For the past week campaigning has been lively. Messrs. Darnum and Gorman with a number of assistants are giving their individual attention to the canvas...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 9 October 1884

furl THE GCTIGfL .The Dally d Y'eekly Champion. For Republican Principles and Re publican Candidates. TV? Piilv C-huuipinn "rill he f-irnislied to mail subd'Tibers, for the campaign endirur N"VOiubes G. (three months,) for $1.25. Tnisisai the rate of ou'.y ten cents per week. Sutaf-riptiniis will he eceived tor mii " "ii'u at the rate 0 eis or tor i wii month 1)0 cents. The weekly Champion wi'l be pent to subscribers, fi.r thrue months ending with the i-ne alter elevtiou for 2.J cents. These reduced rates are offered to o! i-r r.w hiibscriji-rs. provided ihe cash i. rent dhver to the Ohampi. n office. i! r.ruhrs of the champion will make ki:.wn to their friends these redact-1 rales, they will preatly promote Republi can SUCCe.-S. The E-iEfcuxi Pacific R'y Offers unsurpassed advantages to fast traveling public in the e-l.a,.e ot the time, elegant equipment and superior accomodations. This great system, embroil. g (,029 miles of road, runs it -trains into the Union Depots of St. Louis...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 16 October 1884

It - r -7 r ! 21 rAliUiUliLJDU 1 ... t , - ' 1 - - - ' ' - "" j SPRAK 'J'O THKM THAT THKY GO K()RV AKD. j ' VOL. VI NO 49 PHILL1PSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16. -1884, 8150 IN ADVANCE '4 13 .1 Piiillipsljarg Herald, PLBLlSilKD TULESKlI, BY WM. BISSELL tSTATB OP IEZ-A-JnTS-A-S.. Jovernor G. W. Glick. JLieut. Governor D. W. Finney. yecretary of State James Smitn. Aud'tor E. P. McCabe. Treasurer Sam. T. Howe. Hupt. Tub. Instruction II. C. Hpeer. AtUrnev General V. A. Johnston. Public Printer.. .T. Dwight Thatcher. TT c, c, . J J. J. Ingalls. U. 8. Senators p H piml,. jp i j Hi JE3 3 COCJJJ"TY. District Judge .W. H. Prutf Htate Senator Geo. li. Case. vj,rcKentative W. II Mcliride Ci'k Dist. Court G. A. Spaulding. Ccunty Clerk J- W. Lowe. Ileg'r of Deeds- Ritner Smith. Treasurer L. Smitli. Sheriff. John VVtMids. Hupt. Pub. Instruetion...C. A. Lewis. Probate Judge II C. Spauldtng. County Surveyor W . 1 Stuber. County Attorney S. V. Mcelroy. Coroner - V Gundy ( 1st Dist, II. Moultou. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 16 October 1884

KANSAS rAEMlXG. Noteworthy Incidents A uioug tlie Farmerg of the State. Delphos Qjirrier: Robert Gentry sold a hundred bushels of black oats in town recently, that run about forty-one pounds to tLe bushel. Junction City Union: R. M. Mayfield has brought to this office two very line and large beets, weighing together 24 pounds. Who can beat these beets? Iola Register: The Canning Factory has finished putting up tomatoes, having gathered 1,500 bushels from five acres of ground. They will now turn their force to working up apples. Salina Herald: Dr. Patterson, 01 Ee loit, has been arrested on the charge of murdering Mrs. Sheik, of Rockford, Illinois, who died from the result of an operation performed by Dr. Patter son. Garnett Plaindenler: J. N. Selby, of Sugar Valley, called Monday, bringing with him a stalk of sorghum that meas ured fifteen feet, which was raised on land which a few years ago sold for seventy-five cents per acre. Iola Register: Mr. John M. Smith, liv ing two and one-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 16 October 1884

1 , t 7 MEWS. Cedarville is tohavwa new elevator. Stafford is soon to Lave graded schools. llalstead's colored population is in . creating. There are sixteen prisoners in the La bette county jail. Property is said to be held very hih at Gaylord, Smith county. The town of Eskride finds it necessary to build a larger school house. The workmen have orders to make the new bank at Downs the best building west of Concordia. A chicken incubator burned at How ard, entailing a loss of $2,500 worth of appartus and 400 eggs. Teachers' wages average three dollars higher per month this year than last in thirteen districts around Manhattan. The old settlers of 1S73, of Tawnee county held their annual meeting at Gar field recently. About seventy-live were present. F. W. Betts, a printer, fell down the stairway of the lanes office at Leaven worth recently, and was, it is feared, fatally injured. Sterling Gazette: Henry Houx tried to wash out a prairie dog the other day, but after using sixteen tubs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 16 October 1884

Piiillinsiierg Herald, FOR THE CAMPAIGN. n fi m (! r-t r f- a.- v. f 1 1-4 f'i 5 li 3 hi :t $i . i f OCTOBER 16. i-i 5 Li i The Daily and Weekly Champion. ' : j i M l H III M i j : (i H : it j r" 'i M J Li ! i : ; j Dealer in 1 i ! oxt. Republican Ticket. For President. JAKES G. BUM, tf Maine- For Vice-President. JOHN A- 10SAN cf Linus. For residential Electors. i jojl if. rice, At Larpe j yALEXTIXE. 1st, District .....-I. . FELT 2d District ,7, O. PICKERING 3d District .JOHN L . DEN1SOX 4th District A -W. MILLER fith District, -P. V. SI uncus 6th District , .S'. TILTON 7th District 2'- Z. r.4 A'XO For Congress iKIS BlKBAlK, cf Cstee. STATE. TICKET, For Clieif Justice, A. II. HORTON, of Atchison. For Associate Justice, Ik. A. JVlIASTOX, of Ottawa. For Governor, JOHN A. MARTJX, of Atchison, For Lieutenant-Governor. A. P: RIDDLE, of Cruwford, For Secretary of State, E. li. ALLEN, of Sedgwick. For State Auditor, E. r, McCA.BE, of Graham. For iState Treasurer, SAM. T. HO WE, of Marlon, ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 16 October 1884

Piiillipsbtirg Herald. OCTOBER IS. LOCAL HERALD1NGS. Subs -rie tor the IIjckalu. Farm JJank. loam at the Phillips it County J. F. Morse, at the bank is prepared .to make good farm loans . tf Elsie Lowe U vey hick with typhoid fevt-r and is in a very eritcal condition. Born To Mrs. and Mr. Fra&k Strain October 13, 18S4, a daughter, Little Clydie Swith, who h as been quite sick for soma time, is gettiug about well again. The Picture Gallery of Richardson & Co. use the instantaneous process. Call in and see their work. The M E. Sewing Society will et at the residence of Mr. A. B. llouck, jiext Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 21, 1884. Mr. II. A. Selbe has gone to Pawne City, Neb. , for a special purpose it Is reported, of which we hope to have more to say in the future . II B. Raynold, of Fulley, Gage coun ty. Neb., has bought the Wm. Appleby place, two miles southwest of town aud ,-expects to move on soon . Wm. Ed. E. Whitney, of Miltonvale, a nephew of Prof. Lewis and Theo. Jones, of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 16 October 1884

1 5 Published by BISSKLL & IJGIIXX'OOT. PHILLIPSBURG, - - KANSAS. HEWS SUMMARY. MISCELLANEOUS. Hogs are dying by the thousand at Mex ico, Mo. Cholera and mad itch are their ailments. The Brotherhood of Locomotive Engi neers hold their next annual meeting at New Orleans. The Atchison, Topeka fe Santa Fe Rail road has declared a dividend of li per cent., payable November 15. , Over fceven hundred persons are thrown out of employment by the stopping of the cotton mills at Petersburg, Va. The charcoal furnaces of Geo. P. Whitta ter's iron works, Principio, Md., are burned, wi:h 100,000 bushels of charcoal. A suit against a Philadelphia firm for $175,000 lor alleged undervaluation has been compromised by the Government for $3,800. Miss Geo.-giana Taggart of Rock Island, 111., obtained $5, OUOdamaes against Worth ington Cain for breach of promise of mar riage, etc. A hurricane on the coast of Iceland last month destroyed nineteen trading vessels and sixty fishing boats. A great many l...

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