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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 December 1884

iOCri. SQC1B- i's,hild and Items About Kaunas Stock. C .-borne county is credited witli2i),700 :., res of Government land nearly all of which is t only for stock ranges, being cry rough. Dode City Time: G. Lonrendyke, l'rv.ident of the "Western Cattle Ai-so-i ii'jon, is in the city this week. lie in- i ri:23 us that cattle were never in better condition. ; The Btockmen are arranging for a ju bilee at Emporia, Kans., in December. The preat thiee-year old Galloway steer, Cleveland, weighing 2.0S7 pounds, will i, i roasted on this occasion. Jetmore Reveille: There wa3 about 500 Lead of cattle passed through Jetmore -.i week. The herd belonged to Boyed Xrasen of Larned. They were taking them to Larned to feed, during the "Win ter. Vva-Keeney World: Judge P. II. Pres cott, of cSalina, wa3 in this county the ii rst two or three days of thi3 week, pur chasing cattle to take home with him. .Sheriff Baker purchased a large number for him. Farmers report the recent enow storm unusually severe...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 December 1884

3 5 IS- a ilo H'tSici U. -;iiLiJi'siaK(f, KANSAS. Sati 'Day, D ct-Min-k,1J , 1854. Oottilia ha htd ft narrow escape from j-iairl fire. Cawker City will ?oon have a good library buIMing", It U e-timaied that the lo-is ! Sheri d in cunty by prairiff fire i about Tho-o will be a State prohibition Con vpmi'n at Topeka n the lCth inst. Hanq-io'd ghost does nut "down" worth a etiut. The Commissioner has ruled that final proof notices must be published io the newspaper proper aod OQt in upplo iaauts. A woman near P rtis ha been held under SCoO bnd to appear and ans wer the charge oi attempting to poison her hu.-b.and, Osborne Cuu.ity has called a county i invention to meet on the 13ih for the purpose of chooing dalega'es to attend the state LY.ihibiiion C.mvendou to be held at Toptka on the 16th inst- Over--1,000 car loads of cattle were shipped eat rom Montana in 18S4, while about 1.S00 oar load- only were t-hipped in 1883. This gives Something of nn idea of the drift of the cattle tiade ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 December 1884

'IICS. KANSAS. BIHSI'.LL & LEWIS, -Tp.orr-rrroruj- -.rciOAV, Dt-CtsuiKK 13, 1834. OCAL BRIEFS- idsraMe corn is being marketed to look out for ,7 ) , is a irood time now ili:iiii presents. II. S. Woodward has been on -irk Hot for seveial days. bev.-i of the town are organizing i i.i: ;g" dab for the coming winter. cilice has turned out an im e amount of job work, in the past liter thi3 week the Art Gallery will t. open for two weeks on .Saturdays 1 "Mondays . Wt learn that our old townsman, J. V. (Jlo.-e, will soon return ta this place to. remain permanently. lion. W. U. l'ratt returned home ! .-u:u hi circuit on Thursday morning . X will remaia at home for some time. Y,"e understand that Mrs. II. Itogers ry narrowly escaped being severely l.:rd this week by the explosion of j -J in a coal btove. , I.ive Clitrk has a veritable post of :1c i rria on his countenance the most ul the lime. He would make & heavy v, eight Ni-vsby. J. W. Stradley, of Republic county. In bought the Z...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 December 1884

Published ly liaSZJiL & LllYVLi. PIIILLIPSBURG - KANSAS. NEWS SUMMARY. CONGRESSIONAL,. Tlie IIous and SeDate convened tn De- cember 1st. The Ilo-aae Coiiicnittee on eppropri ationa reported a bill providing for an ap propriation -similar to that made for the lait 6ix moctha of the past fiscal yar for the enpportof the Navy. The amount aprop riated tti,D34f7Z7. A till was 'introduced by Senator Cul lom to prohibit distinctions in the Army, and provides that hereafter .ll regimenta in th Army, or branches of the military service in the 'United States, shall be open alike to all American citizens, and author izes the 2'residcnt to appoint a Commission and assign ofiicenj throufrhout the Army, and to cause the enlistment and assign ment of soldiers in J the Army without re gard to race or color. In the Senate several desks were decora ted with itloral tributes, contributed b7 fritmds, the most favored in their respect being Senator Gorham who was the recip ient of two enormous roost...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 December 1884

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Ti t.'te Cri'jress of UnUed Slattt: Ehice tha cloee of your last ses-lon the Aiaerl i iii its. La the exercise of their fcitj.aot rijii.1 f e-a J':-ar-a, have chosen their chief magistrate lOr the four rears ensuing. When it is itinera 1trl that in no period of the country's history I hs tne loi? poiitiel contest which cuitonmniy yreci d.3 ti-o day of the national election been ".v-i-cd i.a greater fervor aad late-unity, it is a jLCt cf conramhttion that after the coairo-ei.-y at the poiU was over, and while the a.h'ht TriouJerei-ce by which Uie hsue had teeu d-i.-riuiUcJ was as yet uuasceriaiaed, the public Y-eac-a suScred no d.uturban( e, but the jeople everywhere patiently aod quietly awaited Uie re suit, Nothing could" have more strikinsiy illus trated the temper of the American cunen, his love of order and Ma loyalty to law. Nothing could more signally demonstrate the strength ana ..Wisdoai ol our political instiudona, COUNTING THE ELECTORAL YOTE. TToiht ye...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 13 December 1884

Land OiXice at Kirwin, Kunsa. J?3iS Decern br 18c4. Notion is hereby given that the follow-In-naaidi M-uir Its riled timbre of his imentim u maSe tinal proof in support of his craim, and that said proof wui brf indde 5t?tori the C'jrk of the District Court or I'r'jbate JuJe at PhiHbui g, Kansas, on .January 1 viz: Hanixon s. Ilawiey, I'l lSsfiJ, for tha 11 hf n r (section, 1, 10711 1 south, rane 18 He njioiei lh io!l.win wuaeMg.to p-ove h.intm iiauou resjience t'pon, atd cultivation -ad land, 'viz: C. Whitiey, W. 1). Ciot.e, J. R. Keal and A. Tcjuant, ad f Republican City, Neb. - .'ohn bissell, Register. Vm. I5i"cell, Att'y. dt'.jlO Lund Ofiiee at Kirwin, lin. i o,-- Nov. M, 8JVJ Notice is hereby piven that the following-named settler has fil.-d totice.of hi; intention to make tinal proof in support of his el.iitu, nd thnt raid proof will be made before the Clerk of the District Court or Probata Judire. at Phillipbutg, Ka,na3, on January th, lliiS, v,z: Edwrd S. Emerson, Hd. No. VSZ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 December 1884

r 5 r - V i 1- i 1 fH !5 ; dl'KAK 'lO TMKM rilAT T.UHV GO JTOIiV - li XI. VOL. VII NO VI PHILLIPSBuRG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20. -1384, Si. 50 IN ADVANCE. urn ids dill. KANSAS. in pl s a s r Ii LI 2 2 H Y - UL-r.LL A. LKW IS, til! ED EI PHILLIPSBURG, - KANSAS f dure bttier tfondilion oi mankind pos- 1 could b? made until next winter, wc sable In all of our teachings, it in ! hive now, ia th minds .i ui.n men, needful to follow nature as? cinch as an apprt-aemsion mat sciw' nu-.i ire of keep cut drt-n fr-ct mjnrv ; reai.v senous ftt-ue iu-ncos m i) m 1.. ' . . . . 1 1 ft . . A 1 .-. .. . i , . . - . . . to OFFICIAL DIRKCTORY- , J N i raS jk McKay, s As and lrom a pernicious u-e of their pow ! ers. l.h-eiu.me is to keep the eh 1J from losing its humanity by xieiding to its animal appetites-. Ins.rucaon must irive the child kr.OAiedLie and .-kill ; it i attends to ph3sic.1t de.velooo.ent, but j the lu'ure, to increase th tiiMru-t u ! mainly to men .a I cul.r.re. Iu d. cation t cap...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 December 1884

1 r . : : - Published by BISsELL. & LEWIS. rillLLT PSEUEG KANSAS Bes Bvtler Las sol d his granite house on Canitol Hill. Washington City, to John Cassetts, a confidential friend and law-partner of the General for years. The consideration was $75,000. The New York World and Herald are engaged in a strife as to which can print the most newspapers on Sunday. The advertisers make the papers, and New York business men learned long ago that advertising pays. Kansas City dealers dispose of diseased stock to the city and Wyandotte butch ers. Isaac Hyre, a butcher in Kansas City, recently plead guilty to the charge of having diseased beef for sale at his etall, and was fined J' GO. Dn. IIea-ky A. Maetin, the man who first brought pure cow-pox virus to America, died at his home in Boston, Mass., on the 7th inst., at the age of GO. He was a native of England and a grad uate of Harvard Medical School. This Lowell Bankruptcy bill, which may possibly be passed by Congress, provides for a Comm...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 December 1884

UEU PEETniEXCE. Softly the evening star W'tia k bluing in the West, A nil I.unt from her golden car fclio'd giacious peace and rest. A maiden, Btarry-eyed, Looked up vi:h lashes wet: tier lover whupeied, "stewed or fried?" She faltered, "stewed, jou bet." liuTiiHQ'j m Fret Trei. LOVE. Love and logic can't aree, Love 1b not philosophy, Hut Li burning. Sweetly turning Logic into minsireljsy. Love is longer, Love is stronger Tnaa tne iron rule of three. Love is but a bee that sips Honey from a thousand lips; Kver maying Kver 8 raying Where the rarest nectar drips. Love is sweettr. Love is fleeter, And a purer honey dips. Love's a wayward dread that hides In the heart and there abides. Lightly sleeping, Coyly weeping. Till the lender heart confides. .Never harming, Love's more ciiarminsr Thau ail else on earth besides. Life. A TRAGEDY IX TUREE PARTS. Only a dog, but he waited there By the pictet-ieuce in the chill night air lie heeded not the dying day, He'd a job ou hand and came to st...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 December 1884

;...t. t-grant countries to look olber.vi.se thai wit.L i Uff-lv'E OI Coi'STV CliKK. !-:J rT-. k-'.'i- r? m ; ; T Ml . ) ! r.s r I irtQ 0 H .pardon I do r...t ioei that I ,-eul ootn ; distrust upon institution mat roster and ' i ;-' I i ; .f . ' I HO S6KUU piy with your reo,uc.-r, and ii to ; t,ne,..urair, SH(:U a ate of thing? Mr. j To u . ....... r ., DC; 1-;h --:'J ; ' - V li. . .... ri I i . .3 r , 1 u r . . i ..... i' KTO iO tCc ll IHIV HiTi- , m vou. p. ttol 'f hi V.ve-A . h t r. vt t I., i: ......5 r.,r i . , T.T ",l'vrJ !bv"mY-lf,'to us'c 'it. "Cnder thVi' cum-1 rioa has ben brought about by I suUjint ltf touting report of ihe am t j i' - "v CLirK. tain States have been deprived of the j iti yr ISM, viz: j 4 4 Pj P , ifr th, reon that I. (Click) had b.en 1 Cores to irn-e uvo tho-e , rd j u?. aDS rkfc Arr'vai ''nVni,,vrture of Mfiils'i i 'taiirht t'.ftt it. i, uurPati.m to -rant frauds nd ci-aMy tnform the cot-o- U- liond.j ?10.o.H.07 ! A u""rii(. Mn.fp.rdn-r It it ia itv th-...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 December 1884

I . I i j i .1 3 i he iieraio. rilll.I.lilil-I'Jr. : -- 1 iiis.-ii:LL i lewis. 1 e-i . "" " i ' .c, i -LOCAL BRIEFS--- Lit Sunday morning Rev, V. K. ! Acr preached a good sermon to the -children at the school house. Since the election of Cleveland, Mr. I). C. Clark i3 so niaguaniiaoul in clined toward all his follow men that he will pay tho very tip-top price for hogs at thb place- tf .Notwithstanding the fact that there are four resident ministers of the(lo?pel j here , there are mar.y soles in this city j in a precarious condition, and a rood; in iv p'pA , , p thfipmvpp wjiilil ac Well. ( ' w ,r, new suh-criber.- for i the iitiiAi.n every day. Farmers are ; taking advantage of the opportunity ot secuiipg8uch an excellent j..iirnm - the American Farmer, tree. liead our i prospectus on another page. The. Heualo take pride in call in i the. attention of its readers to our excel lent corps f correspondents, Onr Wai-hingt-ovi letters are breezy, terse, and full of news; while our count...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 December 1884

KANSAS NEWS. Burglars Lave been raising havoc at Wichita recently. Three firms have failed at Hanover m the past two weeks. There were six interments in theSter ling cemetery last week. The wheel of fortune has been doing a jxxl business in Lenora. The Sterling Sugar Works have made about jO,CKX) pounds of sugar this sea eon. Cawker City claims to have found salt, potter's clay and coal all in one hole. An unusually heavy snow storm raged a.t Harter on the 10th. beginning at noon. All public meetings at Canton have been postponed until the diphtheria ceases. The eleerant three story brick hotel at Lyons will be opened about the 1st of February. Gen. Swaim, late Judge Advocate-Gen oral, now on trial, is said to have been a former resident of Lawrence. The contested County Attorneyship in Franklin county has been settled by Mason taking the cilice and appointing Welsh his dejmty. A little boy named Hanson, whose pa rents live live miles west of Kandolph, wandeiel away and froze to dea...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 December 1884

i F i 'i. t. 1 u I I 1 ' A DOG lNViSNTKD UY GEK3IA.NS. A Creature in YVUicli Are Seen All tlie Science and l'atieuce ol tlie Germaji Cliar actcr. The dachshund, a3 his name implies, is a badger-hound, invented by the Ger mans, and he looks it all over. All the science and patience of the German char acter is made manifest in him. Given the badger, required a hound to hunt him, and the proposition is worked out in his person like a problem of Enclid. Badger hunting is not a sport much fol lowed in England, and the consequence is the poor, harmless badger 13 every where ruthlesfely destroyed, in accord ance with the wretched custom to call everything vermin which is not game, and exterminate it. But the habits of the badger have preserved him in some favored parts of the country, where he is still by no means a rare beast. He is a great digger, and he makes himself a very large, de?pearih,Jin which he resides by day, betaking himself to the outer world by night. Badger-hunting, there ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 December 1884

There is A Tide f .- N'Au-- ; h--e!n jrWv-n that the ; V.t.d i? h--rhy ;v?:i :hatti!ioiiw- irr.-uK'n-rWr'!. iih-d ri,v..-.t t bi . in.- .fit in- i stt'er .a-.:id not ot Ca- i ; ..r tre y ;r l .s. ,i'.r-rie-nr u.a . ...-, rnK.-n at ii .:ti-i..ri rr-i-". rlnal pi oof iu s.j, port, i U4.- .,;i..n to ni-ii-o fintl proot in i-por. ; -,viid Monday in January if..,. Tf. i '"" lo.:"T"d en until you .X hi-i si,-.'. dl !frtc a... jr..f hi.i t.. . i .: cL-dri, und th-r: i,aid pr.-of7.-iii be . part To bid to do t- iatrnn:;;- ffo d ; reach th HAKDWdAU,'. iTOKK aud yide I.. bo-.' ;' !?d; ... "hi DMi k-t n.' b.-for the Cdfk. ot' DM let Court : wi k .au.ik m tuutr ; al-o to t!"ud to j v ..ur. or id'd.Ht Judy.. H--?JijpsVn;:f.t ' v' Proi.at- Uuv- fttThdiiipifcur:, .Sss ' the paupf.s arui ro 'h-; :.u..r -----'i.,r.u XAuU of y-ur:',, u .)n:ur; ;1 ir.-!, vi oft jH.iv.ary 10 . I.S; Viz: I hoise. i he C uniy t. provid. ail r,f. ; l.Wnl- n . H si ! H-.v.V lorvon ; e.jr's of th bo;;-,, tvim , si!..J imp!....

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 December 1884

' ' JJHIH r i rJEI MO TIIKM TIIAr' i'llKT GO KOmVAliD. VOL. VII NO 7 PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27. 1884, ' Si. 50 IN ADVANCE. Si M t u r iT-N u I .5 i. arald. CHILLI P.SBU KG, - KANriAf. 11 v BISKLL LKWIrf. OFFICIAL DIRLCTORY- ovrriior O. v.-.( lick. Lieut, (.ioveruor i. w. Finney. :LiM--t:irv of Slate J utiles Smith. Aud'tor." I'. 1. M'H'abe. '.Irousur.-r Sam. T. Howe. -ri-jpt. Pub. Instruction II. ('. Sper. . Att rn-v General V. A. Johnston. iPjblie Printer.. .T. Lwiglit Thatcher. t ii U. fc. Senator.-.. .1 . J . 1 ngans. ""VP. 11- Plumb. COUUT IT. District Judge.... f3ii.t.r Senator P-pn dilutive.... . k Hist. Court.. ."-ounty Clerk ll''r of Deeds STn us 1 1 rer W. J I. Pratt- GeO. W. ( 'ane. W J I. Mc Bride ... A. Spaulding. J. W. Lowe. , llitncr Smith. I). L. Smith. , John WoodiS. --Jj trill'.. .Supt. Pub. Instruction... . .. wwu. .Probate Judge H SpauMing. Count v Surveyor W. B- Stuber'. 'Couitv Attorney S. NV. McKlroy. Cortnei- O W Gaudy i 1st 1 i -1. 11. Moult...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 December 1884

BALLADE OF CIlItlSTJTAS. ANDREW LANG. Ik'twMn tl e moonlight and the f re, In lii- Wu.t-r evi i iii.h U 113 i.g, What ghos'.s 1 raned ft! jour .le-ire To mi.ke your ! aphis 0:0 id run flow ! How oM. Low grave Low wi e we grow! What Chr stinas grosi can mate us clii-1 Eave Hit 8 tha- troop hi mournful row, The ghosts we all cau raise a; will? The Lcai-ts can talk in tarn and byre U:i C':.ri-tinas-c e, old legend kuow. As ou-j bj One t:ie ) cms lean , We men lt.il siic-nl then, 1 iroV Suc-n i,hls has uiciaury to thovv, hncli v.n c-s Irom the dislaii. e thri'.l. Ah me! ll.ey . Ooie Wlta Cnns.m is SHOW, ll.e gln.t.3 Wc all can iaise at wl:l. Oh, Li.uren of the village chr.i-. Voui carols on l:.C- luninlgi tnr-.w! Ch, biitLl ncro.-B li.e inid.-l and m.ie. Vc ruU.iy hcart!;sol Ciiriso.i.as g ow; liial L-CK ti.e hhai.es. l-cal Cuwii .he woe, Ucncw the BLuuili o. moral .v ill; lie w e eoiije, alj, lo come or g j, 'Ihc gliu la wc ail Call raise a.: W'U. Friend, :ir.v;; r "tr, focn or slow We...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 December 1884

1 r ) t 4 The Universal Christmas Feast. It would have been a wild prediction of the optimist three centuries ago that the time would ever come when on one day in the y ear everybody in Christen dom would have a good dinner. And yet it is nlmobt realized. The gospel of humanity has almost reached that point. It is perhai s a wasteful and excessive mode of showing our humanity, but there is this trood about it, that the feasi bility f acecmplifehinR it on one day will suggest the possibility of making at least de-cent dinners more common to Eeople generally, and that when a man as once tasted the pleasure of a prodi gal meal, ho may be induced to fome personal esertion of industry and thrift to procure himself the pleasure again. We know by statistics that there is food enough to Batisi'y everybody if it were properly distributed, and the lesson that it can be distributed one day is a most important one. The danger of course is a most important one. The danger cf course is that it is...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 December 1884

I 1 i-JS t I, 4 nUi UlXAt I'im.Li I'siii'K';. KANSAS Ri.-K.Ll. LU Wi; D : vu u Arrival and Departure of Mai Mai! -i.nt ami west via. C i- Mo. t-,,.it1 ; l: . :u-r:V-4. a i:t IcaVc's 7 V'i' i- 1.1. d.aily. Mi,.- PidMicshnrir- Arrives Hi', iioli.l.lVS. W'ed'ltr.du.M- and Fli da v--; l-avi-5 1 p in. 1 .., r i!-it;.i Jhliii'.'.b:: i"r A r- rive. 1 ir:. and I; ave.- I ;. in., 011 i'ii.-,o:.v T'uir-itbi'.s and SataJ a vs. Nance :.-.d J i i I i p!.ur- A rri cs 1 ; p lii., J'ce.e.M V- Hlei "iila. ! leavei In. in.. WetlnVsdavs and - at 11 ruay.-. Win i s U :aervi!lc and riiillipoiirjr A r ; - 10. an.i n-ae- u i- : p. ,Ht- tiTo-t- 1 iur.- Op: :4 a 4-lo-e- at Hp ni. nn.lay., opens . a 11 1; Ml' I'll!, e iot j . in ; onev o fd. r till.-: ' 1 elM.-i-s a ; No':;ioni V oii'.i l' or r.-jiite ; r.b r imso eio.-e u o in. w . - i tt.M' l.l-l!i.:-- H'l.na'-ie I U' I IV- 1 II. f. . , . minu i m. : i . k- At i.iii.n, u th.-Ive- are o!e'ati"ir m th iieihborhood of fia-tin,-, Xehra-ka. It is e ti mated tha...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 December 1884

r 4 4 X Her PJIII.LIl-HURO. kanhas. i B1H.SELL & I.EWJH. JSATUKDAY, 1) i. Or. .MIii.lt '27, lb4. -LOCAL BRIEFS. El. McDi'vvetl has leturned home. E. C. Forney wearo a blue wool night cap every day. Last Sunday was tLo shortest day in the y ear. Viets Floral (iuide for ISSo i3 on our table. It is a iaiiiy . I) ck Cowan h ml wife are visiting fiiends at York, Nebraska.. N w is the time to lay in a supply of ic f'r next summer. How many ladies in town are intend ing to rccei e New ear calls. Aithui McKinney, of Loan is now enj.aed a a tyoo iu this office. Miss Mary Willing, of Kepub!i-an Ciiy, is now visaing old lriends in t.-i-c.ty. The Mite Society met at the reside; ce of Mrs. 1. L. Siiihh last lue-da,, even ing. (j'eorg Bailey, of factum, Norton Co. is stooping at his uncle Albert Bailey s north oi town. The dance in Plotner's II ill. on Chri-inias n ght, was well ntt nded, and it was a very enjoyable affair. A 'ew friends pa-scd a plea-ant hour of social unjoMn.-iit a the resi...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 December 1884

t 1 1 I J- J- q l i FtiX.liab.ed by BISSELX & LEY 15. PIIILLIPSBUDG - - - KANSAS Chuiich property is hereafter to be taxed in Wash ;n id on Territory. Tira Eartholdi pedestal fund will now, it 13 believed, kcou be collected, for the Sons of the Revolution, having takenthe matter in hand, are raising $1 subscrip tions from all portions of the country. There is every prospect, therefore, that the gift of the people of France to the people of the United States Liberty En lightening the World will before long grace New York harbor. AtTBK the battle of Gettysburg one of the Union burial parties buried SO Fed eral Boldiers in one trench. They were all from a New York regiment, and all had seemingly been killed by one volley. They were almost in line, taking up but little more room than live men. All of them tv ere ebot above the hips, and not one of thtrn apparently lived 10 minutes after being hit. Tiiu anti-tobacconi&ts end a strong ar gument in a curious fact that has just been...

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