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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 November 1884

THE 1IATI0IIAL E THURSDAY'S NEWS. At New York cuy the intense excitement on the tstreet assumed a tone of bitterness. Qood nature seemed to He vanishing and trouble was expected. The Cleveland and Hendricks Business Men's committee called a mass meeting to be held in Wall street on Friday, to take such action aa would pre vent the liepublicans from stealing the vote of New YorK, but subsequently at another meeting the meeting was postponed. The Evening Post published the following: "We believe it to be our duty to caution the friend of Dlaine that any attempt to subvert the will of the people by tamper ing with the returns will be perilous. The populace, in case of fraud in the returns, could not be restrained. As much as we depreciate violence, we fear that turbulence and bloodshed would be the result. Be ware." The Cleveland papers continued to bulle tin favorable returns, while the Blaine pa pers were as hopeful. It was reported once that the Tribune conceded the State, but that ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 November 1884

1 Rail Hoad Time Card. Kfi.-tward, "VTuU Mini Express .....o:07 A M. T'r ighl. uiid u'('omKintioii...C:oO Westward. Mailiin.l Express 12-19 A. M 3 n-ight :tml a''onindatio!i...fc:- I'. M. J.K. Prf-U, Airent, Marvin. STOP THAT TEAM! on't yon see your harness are breaN Ivjr? (."ill at Pace's Harness Shop aa I fret them repaired, or leave order for a new one. Repairing done prompt and neatly. tt South Side of Square. L- W- BETHARDS Kansas ,()(( 111 , LIVERY & FEED STABLE, lies riH iu tlie city furnished at reasonably rates. Passeupjer.- carried to all parts of the country. Opposite Ferrett House. E F CARPENTER. Blacksmiths Wagon Shop plow Repairing, Horse Shoeing, AND f WAGOJY work Z3Pxornptly Attended to2& AND At prices to suit the times, CHEAP GASH STORE OF James Woods,. HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES, DRY (JOODS AND GROCERIES Will pay the Highest Market Price for all kinds of Produce and you can k'tt your j;ood.s at cash ntiCES. lie uember, one rniCE only. JTorth Side I'uLli...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 29 November 1884

4 "8 -lJH:VIC 'l'O THKl TMA'J1 '1'HKV GO Jb'Olt W Ylil). i v VOL. V.I I NO III ,PHILLIPSBURG. KANSAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29. 1834. Si.50 jIN ADVANCE. ; : h k 1 .i r 5 1 ) - ii n o T -- ! rmus:i;iusiT sunum H V - iussf.i.l .'c JT'A'vTS, OPTIC I AL DIR ECTOR Y- ( ii.vrrncir W.GIiek. Lieut. Governor 1. w. Finney. fc.-ccretarv i S!-it- J;.rtit- Smith. Aud'ior L. P. Mr('iiic Treasurer Sam. T. ii.vu. Hupt. Pun. 1 ustruci i"U II. C. Sp.-v-r. All-rnev Jeneral W. A. Johnston. PuMic Printer...'!'. Dvvight Thnloher. . .. "J.J.I neall-t. 1.. S. Senator- ( ;. J j.iim,!.,. , H1L X.- T-JPl COIJlMT X- 1i.-1rict .ludL'? W. Jl. I'ratf H I it Helialo b'co. W. (. n: ''-'lriT,fnLai.i v.; W It. McT.i id..- . .'k DUl. (.'"Url . A. .-ipaiilditiL'. (Vuniv Clerk J. W. Low.-. 3ie''r of Ieeds Kitn. l Hinilh. Tr.-t.-urer 1-. Smith. S'wcritf. iolia hup'.. I'u i . I iisiraction...C A. C v-. 1.-. i'rohat.' J ud-e II C. Sp.iu!.iiii;i. County rMr .- or V. U- Sii:'e:-'. .Couiny A itoniey W. Mi Kiiv.v. i. 'i trout.-r ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 29 November 1884

V KANSAS NEWS. Wichita is to Lave a Quaker church. Tramps are reported a3 being numer ous all over the State. A large distillery is rapidly approach ing completion at Newton. According to the local papers much sickness prevails at Newton. At Oswego the safe of Messrs. Patter eon &. Holzman was robbed of $001). The people of Fall River have held a meeting to denounce druggists who sell liquor unlawfully. A whidt party of twenty couples of married people has been organized in El Dorado. Three children out of one family, in Humboldt, have been stricken down with epinal mengetia. MePherson Freeman: Z. M. Bruce is 71 i years old and was never shaved by a barber until last Saturday. The Atchison Bridge company held a meeting a few days ago, and listened to the reportsof its officers. The members of Friendship Lodge No. o, I. O. O. F., of Atchison, will decicate a new temple in that city Nov. Oi.h. Newton Republican: Eleven gambling and drinking places were raided, ana Enquire Brennan ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 29 November 1884

4 1 - h i 1 1 - Meeting ' State Baptist Association. The Twenty-fifth Annual Meeting of the Kansas Baptist Convention conveiu-ti in Korth Topeka, Prof. -M. L. Ward, President of iLe Ottawa Univeisity, in the chair. iLev. D. S. MrEwan, of Law rence, preached the annual sermon. Tlie attendance was large and the tsfn-iss interesting. The report of the A. 1. i Society Uoard was as fallows: The year closing March 3Ut, 1S84, was to the American Baptist Publication So ciety one of great prosperity and blessing. The only department of the work in which there is any reason for disappoint ment is that of liible publication. Of the $ol,000 called for at the beginning of the year, $22,7&0, or less than one-naii, was contributed. Notwithstanding this showing, which may be accounted for without much difficulty an encouraging commencement was maoe in thi3 newly formed department. We cannot but feel, how ever, that the Bible work demands and will receive much more from the denom ination during ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 29 November 1884

i hp tj r. yp I n lL:- t.L. LLWIS. f.V. Novj.vKK 2'J.. 1SS4. has a new 5i6,vAU school doi l i e ii'i t i t-iah-nt iri'iib ie.-tus of Ktw i k ;.i ;td about n voles . r ! ti.ii. id i:: el irv. f-ii tonva.e Nc-vi. JI lie gut l:OU(K p.'UIV vote 111 l.lus I eoi.My ih i i . :.i ir the i-;-.uie nitio I v j ihe i.i i ar th.it it ha-: for ti e pa-t t w h . .-. in 1 hi I 1 1 n e ii will have efjtiie!,- u. ei.d v,-. i hitie bobbin and ' oi:e t j -: ee:ul ie..t. The democratic r-a joiiiy oi the Su preme leurf T )hii have declared the .Scott Lhjimr Law uncv.n-titu'.ioiial . Thi- is in hamiony with the sumptuary re.iohilijiis of that paity. In t!ie ceh-brated Ko.-te- ca?e, th S;:ptu.e Court of the I'nlttd States decided tieif the prohibitory aiiieiuh Tnei;L to the ( 'oust it u I ion of Ihe State of Kan-as does not. conihet with the Con htiii'iion of the L. S., and is, theielore, valid. T The Nationalist. 'L.e Kansas City Times snd other lesser l emoeratic lights are booming (iniicc V. (iliek for ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 29 November 1884

i 4 ? r f i -I The Herald. BISSELL & LEWIS, Satuuday, Novemeek 2D, 1884. LOCAL BRIEFS-- Admission to Church Fair free. Mrs. J. W. Lowe's mother ha3 come here to cpend the winter. County Treasurer Smith is having a new case made for his office desk. Frank MeKay, Esq., has moved his law cilice to the first door south of Kog er's store, You wiSi find nice fancy work for Christmas presents at the church fair Tuesday eight. G. A. Spaulding has moved into the building lately occupied by McElroy fc JMcKay, on the north side of the square. Mr. Pyles, the jeweler, has gone to Atchison to be absent about ten days. During his absence G. V. Stiuson will receive all orders for work. You will find a description of the Vaterbury Watch, which we offer as a premium with the Herald, on the last page of this issue . It is a daisy. William Dickey has painted a new sign fDr the Eagle Hotel, which will be the new. name lor the old Iowa House. Long may she soar. The ladies have worked earnestly to mak...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 29 November 1884

0 Published by BI5SEIX & OGtlTi OOT. piiillipseuiig, KANSAS. !!. J Accoedixg to a recent decision of the postal authorities, wedding cake cannot be sent through the mail. DfEiNG the recent eetsion of Free thinkers in Paris one eminent thinker exclaimed: "I am an athest, thank God." Tub Government of fcierra Leon, in Western Africa, has issued orders com pelling the inhabitants to dispense with all bamboo-thatched houses, on account of their liability to fire. A Stephextowx, N. Y., man, ninety years old. walked nine miles to attend a campmeeting. lie says he never missed a campmeeting nor a horse race fcince he was old enough to crawl under the fence. Howard Barnes, who hve years aire was one of the wealthiest gamblers and saloonkeepers in Indianapolis, became poor, dissipated and sick, and ehot him self in the woods near Truckee, Nevada, recently. Professor J. J. Falkenstinb M as the youngest soldier in the late war. lie en tered the army at the age of eight years and ten months...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 29 November 1884

A FLIiA'S EXPEKIENCE. A fiea en'drvors, with an awful frown, I-Uleiied awhile, an the storm cmae down, Tneu be crept iudoors with a horrid grin. And sai down to warm on the baby's stun, lie thougut 10 blruhelf of tti gtmle wrathi With wiiit'k his brethren were grtiina Lath. He listened awhile as the w ndadiJ roar, And heard the rain in lis great downpour. He walteid away over carpet and rtiir. And thought that he was a great big bug. He dreufn-id, la conceit, wita a haughty laugh, Of the beby'g blood that he soon would quad. He wanOred about In that vain conceit And went ajud tickled the Bervant girl's feet, 'liien he t&t Lira down iu front of the grate, And thoutrtit ot hut comrade's flooded late. He knew mat ouuide In the wet, wet sands, Tne fieoa of his childiiood were drowning In bands. He beard the bucketfuls on the roof. And scratched his ear with his near hind hoof. He touched a warm sp-)t and laughed with, joy He'd found the toe of the oldett boy. He tcauapered about wit...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 29 November 1884

3 TOR TMAT vcpf J-'uirene .John , Kinviti, i sole nrent in riiillipspcur'y for the or-h-br.ited -V'-ifi--ri':iteiit collar. It- ;i!-.Vh:i'- a ..n' :.'.:. of SADDLJls, ' liALTDiiS. rLV-NiI'S. Lund Oillee at K.irwiii, Kan.-as. N-ticc i herein- -ivoa th-it the follovv-irtS-riam-ni feOUlc---.as filed notice of Lis :!i'fc:.i..ii to ixvk linai y.roof in snpnort of hi- elairu, ar.,1 thai -;.Id vroof will be made bileic tin- l-'i-iivcr cr Kee.-iver at Kirwhu K&ru , on Dee. 27, left, iz: I and I atKirsvin, Kan --a.-. Notice is- hereby piven that the f.d'ow-iiur-mittied set'le-r has tiled Notice of Lis intention to raaVe ainI proof iu sunport of his chain, ai d tiiMt artid proof vdi he ni.-.de before the Clerk District Court or 'Probate Jude cl PidlUpj-uarg, Kansas, 4 . iir hnn '"!S an1 iiicti'"' i ... - liriM ss ho ; i i he", t r .: -r inr i .ill; ;' ' '.all MI i'fil tbftii f " "'i. fie-.V l'.-. f.r; X! Mild l!-Jt; ! . .i tui .Si C- i: i -- -'- - .WHO 13 UNACQUAtMTEO .WITH THE CSOCRAPHY ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 December 1884

! ' ! . .Ml: . - Hl'KAK '!' 'X'lll.'M THA'J' 'i'liKV OO 1 .-V li I . V OL VII NO IV PHILL1PSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6. 1S34, 50 J N ADVANCE. A i J lOS ISiGtU. JiGniii jy BlS.--sF.LL. A LEWIS. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. OIF t u t rrKtr Lieut, (iovernor fcecietury of Male... A ud Lor Trvu.su rvr , (J. w.OUek. .A). w. Finney. .. lames .Smith. ...E. 1'. McCahe. Sam. T. .Hovvw. Hupl. Pub. Instruction II. C. Specr A tt nice leneral W. A. Johnston PuUlic Printer. ..T. Dwight Thatcher U'. B. Plumb. I District ' Judge... J" tilt.? Senator "presentaii vs... C. k Dirt. Court. f.Vunty (.Merle Iteg'r of Deeds.... TreHsu rer She rill. V. II. Pratt" Geo. V. Case. W li. McHride ..(i. A. Spuuldin. J. V. Lowe. Hitner Smith. D. L. Smith. John V'xJs. Hupt. l'ub. In-trnetion . A. Lewis. J'robate J uI;e II V. Sjjaulding-. County Surveyor W . li. Smber''.. County Attorney S. W. MeKlroy. Coroner ( V (iaiidy L-t Dist H. .Moultoil. Comruis'rH J lid DLst, J. II. Lloe. I lUi Iist....T. M. J'.ishop. iSujU. Tt...

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

Af&t and near the hl'ls err- fet W ilti ij.ni -r e 1 1- b ii i t 1-Kf, ElK ti rnriiiviii l tie 8 e'.- kt- t 'iowiu ourfcr-'lag r.ii-ei. A queen supreme the g :en rr1 lUri.ne'J nn mwo.il"t fpleu l r An I o - t k-t ytd Su-au s. tl .u i.n Hibe9 Were bright us full iduiU leud tier. W'tiite bindweed in the meadow grew. And sumach Itrnvea eie tun iu;; We fo-iiid itie purple peuii u fl' w-ra. Xiirough suuijouer bux-s woie burning. Stray crimson leaflets floated down, A h m of autnmn color, IhougU clover w re tu bummer tlUih, Or jut a trifle du.ler. The fringin? ferns hung o'er the pool from jocky heixhtH, and under Labt ytar a dead leave tne seeing eye fcouiid laauy a m-itaj w.ndor. Along the brook whose ripples fled 'lbro' UkkeruiK shine and fhadovf, We pas-ed. till aii in light at 11 We tUmed the upland meadow. O wondrout skies! The heavens indeed, O God, declare thy gloryl And every wandering wind that blows liepeau the endie-- saory. O fair green hills O far off hill-, Ak1'w with s...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 December 1884

A Vi i.UN I'OINT OF VIEW. A. CentI man lliurouthly Coinf-tMit to Fjeak (jivts His Oi'iuiou on IHi.ttra of Universal Iii'poitance. Daring the past year over 3,000,000 f.cres have been entered in Sonthern Da kota and 1CU ponttlLctrS e-t-tabliohed; the ddily newspapers have increastd from forty-three to sixty-three, and weeklies from ICO to 243, emigration is pouring in at a rapid rate; a nation is being born in a day, and a thort time only can elapse before two or three large States will grow o t of this land of the Dakct 8. The licv. Stew art Sheldon, ot Yank ton, Superintendent of Home Missions for Southern Dakota, a gentleman who has lived in the territory for the past sixteen years, and is fully competent to giv'e a tnistworthy opinion, is very en thusiastic over Dakota's prospects. "Look at the area of the State!" he ex claims, '160,000 square miles." Enough to make over taree Hew Englands, to make twenty-eiht Connecticut-; to hold all the inhabitants of the world, with only sixt...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 December 1884

i lie lieresp, PIIILLTPSRUL.O, - KANSAS- bissell & lewis. Sati -DAV. DiCtvBMt lb:4. Coiire liif i Li-t Monday. Thg Staa: Ltgi-liUtre will tcefet on ihe 13 th day of .Tai'Ufirv. lssi. Snr I: Jiattlil U..i lilUt;. Ml COUXittes ser.tiny th bcauti.''ul iLiiii-o eca on thai plalf- ui. In soiu-j pl.-Ces thf call it "jim-ja.MiS' Capt. Li.ailci Norton, of L'e'.oit, I IS a canunlalo lor iSei aui-awvi iui 01 the next Kaps.as House of Jteprexenta-tive-. We have been personally ac quain'td wiih Caj t. Norton f r sevei al jea:- and are confident thee is no n.an in the 'bt ate better qualilitd lor the place. A 22-inch veiti of ord poal wa-i pa.cu t!i!'iiih by tlie tl 1 III h-.nl '1 hur.vi.,, at a depth of U7U net. The drill ii n-w pa-.-in.: tijKuh s-la'.e ai:d ... - . - . A . . I it ).- cNpeetf.ii 10 in. u a -1111 !iori-r fc:ii bciie:itli it. fCawkir Ctv .ouinnI. When the coal mine-of North-.-, extern Kau;io aiy dtveh'i ed as they should i be, fui 1 will be compai atie!y an ins g jiincant iur...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 December 1884

? ffl8t-"Ti-j5:' j - - n a a. I e U.I no. PHILLIPSBL KANSAS. BiB-jLlLL A LEWIS, bATUKUAl , DhCfcU"vfc.K. C, lb4. jf LOCAL BRIEFS-- Itirvvin had a theatre .for several nights last week. Keep your wells c'taned, oat ; pure Wilier is c mducivo to health. Hereafter .the. favorue song at the ladia's hewing circle will be -libv Mine' The Kirwin Independent of la-t week published -a good ddscntion oi Ijogan and. its business. M. V. Boyd, 1). G. Hoover and B. L. Jlat-r, of Lt'gan, faoed our oHiee with a plea-ant call last week. Since the church lair we can cona demly recommend FJihu Dayis as a first class auci ionet-.r. Mr. F. C. Johnson, of Mouad tow.1. hhip, and J. M. Tiui.ey, of K'uwin, v,ere amsng our callers this week. Last Sunday evening lie v. W. K. Al jen preacneu.au .exceueui sru;on iruiu , the subject "Songs in the Night." j D. L. Sntiih is a host at festivals. He should b made an honorary mem member of the htdie's sewing society. lley. B. K. Turner will preach at the Phillip.-bur...

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

ii Fobliahed by BISSELX & LEWIS. rillLLTrSEUP.G - KANSAS. Th fcthool teachers of Sc. Johnbbury, Vt, bare been notified by the rchool committee that attendance upon skating rinks will be considered equivalent to a resignation. The residents ol Ottawa have been ap pealed to for cast off clothing and food for the Indians ot Manitoba, who are &aid to be in a destitute condition and almost naked. A Eoxuuky (1'a.) man fchot a stranger in the leg mistaking him for a turkey. He took him home and nursed him. The stranger, Mho wa3 well dressed, refused to give his name. The restoration ol the front of St Mark's church at Venice has been com pleted, and its modern appearance is not at all i-leasing to lovers of the an tique. A clergyman up in Minneapolis haa bee lecturing: on "The Humorous Phaf-e6of the Bible." Anybody not a clergyman would be accused of sacrilege if he fchould attempt to make fun of the Bible. A Niw Yokk State Senator, a personal friend of Governor Cleveland, says tha...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 December 1884

KANSAS NEWS. Tenement Louses are wanted at Water viile. G Irani was recently visited by a dua trous Jlre. Prairie fires illuminate the heavens Travel ha? doubled this season on the Genual Branch. Scarlet fever is raging in Cedar Creek near Manhattan. Duck and goose hunting is the order cf things now days. The Mennonites continue to move down from Dakota. A revival of religion ia reported in YTashburn College. Burlington haa ju3t added 125 volumes to its public library. Dougla3 county recently organized a teachers' association. Burglars raided several stores in Fort Scott a few days since. There are eight insane persons in the Poor House near Fort Scott. Antelope are reported plenty on the headwaters of the Sappa. Kansas papers report the general ob servance of liallort' F'en. Several parties in Girard have been arrested for selling liquor. The Scandia City Hall will be ready for occupancy by the holidays. The Labette county Historical Society Las held its third annual meeting. Membe...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 December 1884

J.And OiILee at Kb win, Jutus-iis. pee em "' p. lc-S-. Notice i hereby .! Jlnxi th l-dlow-Jn-i'a.i t' ttier 1 tiled notice oi his intend, n ; rauke finl proof in sn; pur: pi Li- '!iim, fii'i ui'iu H:ml proi a'i.1 .. juade be. --re th'- Clerk t trie. District jC?t 11 i t or i'rp'viii: Judjjt at Phiiiitjsbu j. JCiusas, on Jt nu .rj tdo, Vii : H:i.i- i-ori . Ihw ey, lid lrj.soo, lor the ii ht jf section 1, town 1 ; h. r . 1 ?!' iiHo.e thy folio 111.4 vu t.es- Ui fp ove. hia Coti tii U U s 1 i-S.'Jf. Ce op.m, l; .d Cnl: ivr; : iou OJ, said : v' C. Vy'nir. , W. D. SlOlie., J. vial n...ti .-V. itDt, .til pf I.rp;,biea;i City, Neb. .okn h'ssell, Ilo.iiity. Vm.. Pdi d. Ari'y . ddjiu . Land OU.cc .L Kirwin, Kn. ... . Nov. .4, l-J. ti-'J" Noiico i ;jrsy j:iv-n '.n-c thr fd lowii g-::3::i; ! -lt!r:r hn d noti-,: of his ii.t.ui-Ji to uqo'v f.;al r.rooi in support 't el. S' , -..r.'l th:i.i r.:j..il proof vi'i ciado ' f're tliu (. 'tiii of the 1 iU'i:- L'-iji u in' ' T'-bfttr J ode. at 1S?5 , v ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 December 1884

MPKAK TO THKM THAT THEY GO FOUWAKD. VOL. VII NO V PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13. 1884, 1.50 IN ADVANCE. raid. - KANSAS. riIILLIP3BURO, SATUR31I BV HISS EL I, & LEWIS, OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. fclTVA-TIEi: OH1 ICA1TSAS. (iiivernor . O. w.Glick. Lieut. Governor... I), w. Finney. Keeretary of Btate lame Smith. And tor K. i MoCtibe. Treasurer Sam. T. Howe. ciupt. Pub. lir.truc;ion PI. ?. Speer. Attorney Genera!.. W. A. Johnston. Public l'rinter...T. Dwiirht Thatcher. r cj o . f-J- Invalid. U. 8. Senators u B ri?imD. District Judge :V. II. Pratf Ftatj Senator.. Goo. W. Case. prertentative W 11. Mc: Bride Ck Di.it. Court G. A. Spaulding. County Clerk J. W. Lowe. Iteg'r of Deeds Kitner Smith. Treasurer I). I. Smith. SUcrirf. John "Woods. .fupt. Pub. Instruction. .. h A. Lewis. Probate Judge H C. Hpaulding. County Surveyor W. li. iStubert. County Attorney 8. W. McEIroy. Coroner - ( W Gaudy ( Lit Dist, H. Moulton. (.'ommis'r 2d Dist, J. H. Close. (3d Dist,...T. M. Bishop. iiupt....

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 December 1884

SUE FLAYED CKOQCtT. I thought she nai lovely sight. As daintily arrayed iu win e, W ith roty chetka mid glances bright, 'i hat .-uinnier day She flayed croquet; Util beneath a shady tree 1 stopped t' rest, which chanced to be Where la the kitchcu 1 cxiuld tee 1 hat Hummer day She plaj ed crtquet; And there alone In that hot place Her mother stood w iih careworn face, And ironed a gown all frill and lace, That Slimmer day the played croquet A gown, the very counterpart Ol that she wore with witchin? art; And bo the did not win my heart That Summer day buu played cioquet. Harper's Bazar. DEAD LEAVES. K ANNIE liABKL SHEREICK. To the earth they fall la a glorious sp'.endor, Kua-t ami goli and brown, Over the hills ana lo :g dark valleys Over the du-ty tjwn. Beautiful leaves in the sunset dying. Mournful plants to the sad wind sighing .bead in ihj Autuum-tline. Mists of gold in the forest shadows Baio the eying and deud. Touched by the buo-od's crimson flaming 'i'oag.ory of goidaud ted. ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
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