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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 December 1884

f ' f i t 3 J i J -r J 1 J ANSAS NEWS. Sirt;rn is to Lave a coi net Land at nee. The (XI J Fellows will organize a lodge at Simpson soon. TLeSalimt Cadet Band celebrated its first anniversary. The loss to Sheridan county through prairie Grea is estimated by the Sentinel at '2.a,Wd. A literary society has just been organ ized at Pratt Center. Ato li3r scheme is on foot to navigate the Atkaiisa.v river from Arkansas City, Cowley county, to the Mississippi. At a meeting of the Jackson Countj' Horticultural feociety, J. V. Williams was appointed as delegate to the .'itate meeting. A Tor.eka njanufacturer has named a brand ef cigars for John A Martin, and Mr. Martin has written a letter express ing hid gratitude. John Ward, ef Atchison probably the oldest nia a in the State of Kanse3, bing past 1U5 years, was found in the ravine a few days ago frozen to death. Clau.isen, the Newton vitrol thrower, was captured at Dodge City and taken back. lift plead fruilty and was bound over ia the sum...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 December 1884

l nil OlKce at Kirvsiii, Kan". Notki L hi-n-hy i pu that tho following-n a ia- d uier i.as tiled r. ov.ee of his Xri-?rii,,n to make filial proof hi support f ha claim, mul that sa-d proof whl ha made: h.-fon the Clerk of the District Court vr i'r..ttw Judge at lliiilipsbuig, Kins.'ts, on J miliary J'J, lM-v, viz: llanion .s. liawley, Hi 1SS'", for the n hf ne v Fection L, o fn I i-uu'h, rane IS west. He njuuei the fu'lowinsr witnees to pove bi.;cou-tinuuu- res dence 'pon, a id cult: . atioa of, i-aiJ land, viz: C. Vhi?t ev'-W. D. Stone, J. It. Keal and A. Tcuf.aat, a:l ' ,, t Jcfrn Bisrel., ivegister. m- Dissell. Atfy. onj.O Land Ullice at Kirwm. . Nov. 4, lbcl. " - Notice- im hereby nen that the fol- j acd Q,..e a, Kirin. Kansas, lowiiir-named settler .'-as till d notice of t , lt.. hi. bVtetion to make lir.al proof in J k"n December 4, 1W. .Vupfrt of his ci im, and that fu 1 Notice xs hen-by siveu that the follo-.v-vroof will be made before the ( leik of f inr-i anied settler has...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 January 1885

aPEAK TO THfc:M THAT THEY OO KORVV AHD. VOL. VII NO 8 PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 3. 1885, $1.50 IN ADVANCE. Tiie Herald. IVlILLIPKJiUUCi, KANSAS. iUBLl"5lKL EVERT 8JICR1U! -By-airtSELI, LEW IB, OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. tfJITTE! KAITSAS. Gtivocvwir G. w. Click. Lieut, Governor L- w- Finney. Secretary of rstaU James Braith. Auditor." K. r- MeCabe. Treasurer am- T- Howe. Supt. Pub. Instruction U. C. Hpeer. AtUrnev General. ..Vy A. Johnston. Public Printer.. .T. Dwight Thatcher. f J. J. Ingalla. U.S. Senators - p 1? iiurnb. PHLIiLIP3 COXTKTY. District Judge W. II. Prtf Htate Senator. Geo. W . Case. Jprontativa W II. McBnde l-k DLt. Court G. A. Spuulding. County CUrk J- w. Lowe. Re'r cf lHdt- KUner Smith. Treasurer 8mitli. Ueritf. lohn Woods. Hunt. Pub. Instruction... .C. A. Lewi. Probate Judge H- C. Bpauldiug. County Hurveyor W. ii. fcjtubser.. County Attorney B. W. MeElruy. Coroner - O W Ueudy ( lt Dint -L Moulton. Commis'r M Lift -J- ti. Close. U'-i Dit,...T. M. JJiskop. Supt....

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 January 1885

mt.vrn or tuk old tk.vk. iaa out. vild btl!s to the wild sVy, 'iiio nj'itij clud, the no.sty liklit; '1 he tar is ivivg iu tho ii;ghc. IU:i;r xt , v ila LtlU uud lt-t him cie. i;? oc the o'.u, ring in the new, ii.n?, i.appy beiis, across the snow; 1 La ear is kilif, U t him go; Klcijfcut the false, ring la the true. f.iiif out Cie grief that wp the mind, J or those i hut here v e see no more; hint; tut the i-u.l of rich and poor, hiiig Ki ruirLtd to all iuai;kind. r.iu out u- fclowly dying cause, Atd ancient iorais of p. ny striV, . V.'.Di; out a fclowly eying cUie, Willi tweeter numnurt, puier. laws. ltLr.g cut the want, the care, the sin, i he laiihie-i-s coidnthS cf tht tirnc-3; fcini; out, r.ng out ruy mourmt;!. rhymet But riiig the fuller minstrel in. Ktnif out false pride in place and blood, the civic SiBiidtr and ti etpiie; Iling iu the love of truth and rit;M,T Klr.jr the common love of good. . iLli;g out the old shapes of foul disease, King cut the narrowing lust of gold; t...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 January 1885

V I I I 'A ': J if J f Municipal Indotedoess. Perhaps the most interesting part, to the general reader, of the State Audit or s report, is that showing the indebted ness of the several counties, cities, townships, villages, boards of education, and school districts. We have only tpace to give the aggregate indebtedness of each county in the State, and the rn, taxaUo property of the same. . "e table below gives all of, the in debtedness of the counties, including the school districts, townships, etc. Total indeU tdncs. Total taxable valuation of ". count j. coewriaa. Allen Anderson.... Atohison B-rher..,..-,... Barton - Bourbon lirown liu tier .... ... Chase Chautauqua...-. Cherokee o--ty .Cloud Coney.-.--... . Cowley .. Or&wfOrJ.... Davis Ix-cHtiir ...., Dickinson .. Doniphan Douglas.-.-...., Kdwards.......-., Ellis Kilj worth lord Franklia . Oraham ........ reenwoo Harper ........ Harvey ....... Hodgeman Ja-kon ,... J e lie rsou..... J ewCil . .... ....... Johnson ..... Kingman...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 January 1885

- he Herald. BANK BILL. The national banking law ilxes the- i j:rhea a person jsaj the required fare . TLe ArirhUijIiop of New Origans has i from a point in one Si-r.te to . j.oint in I decide! in favor of keeping the exposit- X l'HILLll'lli;il, iii.-Kl.L ,t I.KW1H , will bs wound up next year. ' "I he hum- L:-r of these is Howard i Cvv, or about; jther state, he shall b eutltied to tbo ' ion onon cn - .- . . V . I a:, oi tier Dtr- Ik.A.Nfs.A.?'. I - J ' ; air.i jnH nf tritmfrr . ll- ii; me nLLc lai u- i:tit n u-1 r of norl hern oiife-wunn mo wmo.e .:umoer nof a democrats, to i -voted vvi'h the f Mr. Randall mot with a right royal ; ,' reoeption at Na-hville, Tenn. iegardle-s j ' of Mr. ITenrv Walter-son's attack. Ho Id i ,- i i ,at( pay .7 L"AHV . ing bu-ines, and their agg-eg&te cireu j ' , U'-llOtl IS ?ilJOlil J V : ' , J VVV ; re;ablican.i, and the motion carried. en a motion to reconsider wa maJe, '.vas entertained at the re.dt-nce of i i Mr.-. James K. I'olkwho is said to ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 January 1885

e j -V 1 9 1 i i f "VI .! i ) I 4 .4 The Herald. PHIELIPSRURO. KANSAS. . lilHSELL & LEWIS. " SATUiuAY, JanL'AUV J, Ittj. wwajjdnm; - - m . -T f A. 7 ' R j J pS t'v- ' L Will Hamilton , representing the h in of ii.itmlion, Woydiuff & Co., I opeka, was at lan'e on our streets last wteli. The wether has been continuously coll f r uut two wee- . Thus is re- makaljle lor our climate, aud augurs - Jaziuaiy thaw. W undr-ta.id that C. W. Caswell, i Ai-..adrt Lownhio. ,hi.oed a car load ' v. , . l .r . v; ' .r. i., t of whettto m i ket on ra-ovn acc -unt, i i h n K,,- fi i-o , and it netled Jliin DUw U ceat- uei . . . bu-hel The Ladies church aid society will j give a MjeUble at the reiid-uee ot Mr-, j 1). L. Sin.ih, on Tuesday evenij; Jan. C j all are curdialy invited to aiiend. ! XViKS. l ilA.Niv liClvAY j bee 'Little drops of water, little g ains of and, m tke the mih.y ocean, and the oe iuieons tana, mai sums uue ,..-,r. ..r r.u!. '.t, 1.U n k 1 i "Z. ill lll VI I - hel.s to make...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 January 1885

Published by BISSELX. & LEWI?. PillLLirSBURG - KANSAS GENERAL NEWS. MISCELLANEOUS. Intense excitement was created in Santa Maria, Cal., by the arrival of a wagon con taining two petrihed bodies, discovered in a pyirtjum quarry near Point Sal. The bodies are those of a man and woman. They weru buried Eide by Eide with a large boulder between them. The body of the man was in a perfect state of preservation, except the left arm. Both feet were broken off in the disinterment. The woman was apparently of middle age, with a very sym metrical form. The discovery was made by Geo. Connor and Geo. Holt, miners, who were prospecting in that neighbor hood. The water oCice in Chica.20 has made the discovery that thirty-live Polish families, living on a leased block of ground near the railroad tracks at Carpenter street, have for dranis, toward which they paid monthly shares, leaving the tax to accumulate ncra.mvt.thA fit.hpr Timt.-prf v. until there ia due to the city an amount equal to the ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 January 1885

7 I ) J V ? 7 STATE NEWS. Fort Beott Herald: John Richards, lately a resident of Rich. Kill, Mo.-, drop ped, ueaa at the home of II. i loyd, in lhe southern part of the city. lie was driving a load of coal in that neighbor hood, and becoming sick, went into Mr. Floyd's residence and asked for a drink 'if warm water; After drinking it he was asked to lie down on the bed, and "vhile in the act of reclining, he fell over oiead. The Wichita JJayle makes the follow ing note of the proceedings against whisky men in the District Court at Em poria: Within the past five days five men who plead guilty were fined from $1,000 to $2,000 each and fifteen violators, who were convicted, were each sentenced to fifteen days in the county jail and ad judged to whack up from$l,G00 to 3,000. Frank Atherton, State Agent for the Davis se.virng machine is in trouble. He -tad a wife and child in Detroit, Michi gan, and was also supporting a woman who traveled with him, that he called wife. Wife No. 1 got wi...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 January 1885

Land MVicf -jit kirwin, Kfinsa1;. Notice is herr-by i that the follow-'iu-named settler Lad filed notion of his in emi-m to make iinal proof iu uptort i'f his rlaim, and that saul proof will hn ZL,& rWurn the ri.-rU of the. District Court or l'robnte .Judge atPh'illipbui , i;tn:is, on January I'J, l; viz: Harrison. S. Ilawley, JM Isn.h", for the n hf ne jr ertion 1, ovn 1 some, rrtne I west . lie names the following witnesses to prove his con lintioui refute ne 'pon, aod cultivation of, -M laint. xir. : CI. Whitney, W. I. Stoii" , ). k. Real and A. Tunant( all f ItepuMioaa City, Neb. John Bisell, Register. V m. Klsil, Att'y. dSjlO .1UV. iCO-t. Notice i-i hereby jzh lowin"--nanied settler ha.f filt-d notice of - . - i ? . his intention to rnaae uptxri. of hiM cl.iru. lioitl proof in and that, t-aid ii roof v will be made b-for the CWk of the District Court or I'rtbate Judge, at Phitln.str.arg, Kaunas, oa January Sth, , vii: F.dtvard fcmcrson, Hd. No. for the tw nr Sec. Tp. 'J, ii...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 January 1885

aPKAK TO txik;m that thky go fokwahd. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 10. -1885. $1.50 IN ADVANCE. VOL. VII NO 9 The Herald. PIIILLIPriBUttG, - KANSAS. PCBLIS2KD EVEET BltCEMl BY I1ISSKI.L. A. LEWIS, OFFICIAL DIRECTORY- tf.T-A.07E: OUT ;,U. w.Gliek. . .LV w. Finney. Uovtrnor.... Lieut, tjovernor Secretary of tiate.... Auditor T 1-r.iwlirtT fume Hmith. ...IS. I. McCabe. Bam. T. Howe. n.n.r Pub. Instruction II. C. Hp-er. a ,f..rrv fl. neral V. A. John ton VoU'ir- Printer.. .T. Dwigbt Thatcher. I J. J. Ingalls. li. Plumb. U- 3- Senators. L P District Judge HUtte Senator W. H. Pratf ....Geo. W. Case. .W H. Me Bride y preventative v.- k lif.t. touri, Ccunty Clerk... . Reg'r of l)eed-. Treasurer ....I. A. Hpauldmg. J. W. Lowe. Hitncr Mnith. 1). L. Huiith. John Woods. Hhcriir... inl. Instruction ..C. A. Lewis. Probate Judge 11 -'; Spiiuhiiiifr. Couutv Surveyor ;-NvB X" '! ' (,,t;- AitKniev . W. Mchlroy. VUIIIJ fc Coroner O W l J an ay . Ut Dist, II. Moultou. (raroU'r 2d Dwt,......-...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 January 1885

1 ! STATE NEWS Ness City Neva: Last Thursday while crossing the pasture of James II. Eitiug, just west of tow n, Jno. A Eidinger and Aaron, Nusom discovered the dead body of an old resident of this county, who had evidently perished by exposure to the chilling blasts during the night of December 24th. As neither party had any per?onal acquaintance with the de ceased, they were unable to identity the remains, which were at once conveyed to this place, when it was ascertained that the dead body was that of Arnus Krat, who, until recently, had occupied a small dug-out in the bank of the Wal nut, above Ne?s City. Columbm Tunes: The Cherokee Teacher's Association convened at the high school building on Sunday last,with Prof. Ingham presiding. Considering the weather there was a good turnout and a very enjoyable session. A Reunion at the G. A. It. Hall at night was replete with literary and 'social entertainment, and added much to the enjoyment of the teachers. If any class of workers nee...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 January 1885

licit action in Kate..' ::itr..it from litjKrt of Kansas t!lwy CoekIs- TLe mO;t important matter with which the UciirJ has to deal, and a matter, too, cf jzreat complication and diliiculty, id ii2.t 01 lixin and adutirj maximum ire-jut rates. Not only was it hard to de lermine upon terms of justice and right the amount of the rates to bj fixed, hut to so adjust them to cause a.s little confusion and fiiction as potsible, and harmonize diverse mteiebts. mere are two ways 01 arriving at a conclusion as to what rates should be put into a rate schedule, and should be pronounced reasonable by a Hoard sit ting in judgment upon them, viz., a com pan son of tariils prevailing upon differ ent roads in various States, the character and volume ot business done upon such rouda operating under the taritis exam ined and compared, and the earnings made, and expenses incurred in their operation. Two roads may have an equal tonnage per mile of road operated, their rates of charges upon freight may b...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 January 1885

KANSAS. BLSnF.LL & LEWJH. SATtJt tAY , .1 MTAht 10. 10. Arrival and Departure of Mails. Mull east and we.-t via. C B. Mo. J'aeifie It. H. , arrive, 4 a m. Kvavs "7 '-14 i m. daily. Aliii:niml Phillipsburg Arrives 12 m, Mori. lays, Wednesdays uml Fri day .-; lea v-s 1 p in. I.on 1-latid and Phillips-burg Ar J ives l.r m. and leave 1 p. m., n I uesoa s, Thursdays anl Saturdays. Nance a titl I'hillipshurg Arrive 4 p. in., Tue.days and Friday : leaves a. rn., Wedu .sdays and Saturdays. Wagnersvillc and Phillipssburg Ar rive 2 p. m. and It-avts j p. in. on T n vsd: I y Sa t u r da y s . Por-t-Ofliee i.if- Opeiu a. m Hose at spin. Sundays opens a in iuid cI'ih- s 7 p in, ,1" -i-s ;o ;i in and T.'i j in. Mon-y order busi ss closes a 0 p in. No money order or reginte ;tler ha-iin !-- tr.i-n at I uuday. if. (', Sl'AlLrnNO, IV )f. . . -rr. . -J - The Ahu-i Tribune issues a neat four column lolio, annua!. Hastings, Neb. claims thn tine.st pera house outride of Umnha. Nebraska papers are ur...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 January 1885

I 5 ? sul Is. 13, lIIII.LIPriItURO. KANSAS. HI.S.SlLL fc LEWIS, MTUKDAV, JaM'AKY 10, 18:45. -LOCAL BRIEFS- Wefcveen excellent correspondent in Washington ity, and one at New Orle.tns, it ad .their let;era on the eihtk page of ihi-J i-isue. The Ladle's Mite Society gave a so ciable la-t Tuesday evening at the resi dence ot &Ii8. I). L. .Smith. There wa a g od at.-enda&ce and a very enjoyable time. The District Court was in session thi w-k- it beinsr n adi urv4 term : but no business -of importance wan trans- aced xcepiirg the couiirmatiou 01 some fureclosam sales. There was a dance at the hall on W-dne.-day night, and also on Thurs day and Friday nights of lst week ; and in de,' they are beciminii s frevment thai it U alnijst impossible to keep track of them. A dearth of liteary societies, and an overflowing surplus of d mces, fret'ient ly demtle the gr3at question of heads or bee s. Charles Fuller brought us in a nice sample of syrup made from cane that hal undergone a proce...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 January 1885

tr'L ----- FotlJshed by IJISSKLL fc LEAYIS. PIIILLIPiBURG - - - KANSAS A physician cf long practice was re minded that we can iudire of a horse's 3'eara by his mouth,- and asked why eorne rules could not be laid down, in a general way, for estimating the age of a woman. The uncertainty is not alto getber due to deceptive practices, accord ing to his reply, but to the widely vary ing eilect of time cn individuals. As a rule biunettes look older than blondes of a corresponding age. As no plump ness and the lack of it, fat may be said to increase the apparent age of a girl under twenty-five, and to leesen it in a woman over that; and the reason is that Elenderness is eirlish 'as long as it does not produce wrinkles, while rotundity keefxi the fckin taut and Emooth. "In no gathering of women, strangers to you could you gues3 the ages within five years on the average," he added, "and in half the instances you would be ten years out of the way. I know a woman of thirty-five with a son of ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 January 1885

A Vt!A); AGO lO-MGHT. A vf-ur fcgo to-nrght, oM friend i La E;a.rs ili.utj btigtitly now as then Ue taiily xaet to say fcooa-bye, To taeit, e know not when; one loutf year Las rolled between. And ia tnis night cl all the year Comes back, I live the ptvst again And Crinii its niiiigied cup or caeer. The glowinff grate, with you and me NV-'juse lovmtj hearts were warm and true iltuie a.kvie vi-h of company; At least we thought bo, laud you; Ami when we talked of coming daj s, svheu the warm Light ot your eye I told the fctory of a ii.e, gtiiu 1 nr. to your sad surprise. I etu recall the bitter storm Oi tLtuue and bubducd patloa you Hud wiaiied were hidden from my bight, When ail my inner life you Knew; W'heu you hud fund how far apart Our paths mu-.t run; the grave mistakes Thai iorg d forme au irksome bond J hut only death with honor breaks. 1 heard ycur heart's low, bitter cry. That fcjioke its bitrer sense of loss, A wtitu our treasure sup our urasp; But time has wrought l.a worthl...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 January 1885

t J i i NEV OrttEANo LETTER. Ntw OkLkan, l.'c. 1 ChrUtujas in New OrUans w:la nsh itil iii wr.a a r-tuluu-i-i of tia born, j "the uuat po.W turmug and ull vari- ; ty 01 ijraa lor winch youu Arne.ica ; ii UuUrU. iUU iVUU'J llitJiy wa.i uw . - .. .It.... , . . . r . r-. ... - r ti - , r i 4laoip auU unilty, and blading lire ind ; iieavv uvercoiiLi vera very enjoyable . ':l, c'jciJ.att-a liv an S - il- hor,,-,or j Thrt day was larg aiult ci:i.-" witti svliiCh nr- chnly atnospl.e;e crcaie-.i n , - . i . I -uusuat demand , thoUi-a wan tune or mi :vi-.leuve ot iiiieziiiviauce im thj 'htr-ct.i uor ia thd puolio tcsoits. " j At the Kxpo.-i.ioii it was children's day, who we.i aurai.te at nan- puce, ud lor wiioflo iei'.-ctatiui a iai;re .Jhi i'imi.1 tree vvai prepared, !U.cna witn a vaL Variety of &J!ta. in thu tv- ? wmnLr s thciB was line, un-si-;, nn the i bu'idujt:' wciC biiliiaiiLiv i.iuuiinalfd nv e.f--titciiV, and a rcii throng oi d h'hifcd people, iueiudng the hU;e pw phf, touK ii...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 January 1885

.- i J HPKAK 'J'O 'riiI;M 'IHAT TKY CO KO Ii J JO. VOL. VII NO 10 PHILLIPSBURC. KANSAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 18S5. Si. 50 IN ADVANCE. BUSINESS CARDS- Dit. I. F. MALLETT, EGEGTIG PHYSICIAN, PlilLLIPSBURG, - - KANSAS- Hf does an office prwdec. Ooi'e in .New Drug Htore, North went corner Public f-Mpuare. C. Bruner. ' UTin. - Sjfciop. KonSrig, Sheeting aad KepairiDt; prompt ly and neatly dje. S- C. CUMMINGS. Livary, Feed & Sal2 Stable- Good rigs at ren-ooaLV? rate.". Wm. Bissell-Real-Estate Loan Agent- Business bclo-v the U. fc. Land Of fice at iirwin, atsas, and before tha Department at Washington, D. C, promptly transacted. C. A. LEW-S, Attorney Qouiiselor. l'llILLIl'SHUUvi, KANSAS. Collection promptly a' tended to. All business before the U. S Land OBiees and lJepa.iime.itd at Washington, I). C. , and all oiher legal matte, s, will be given in immediate attentim. Central House- E. ACtJAUGM. Proprietor. PHILLIPSBUP;G, - KABSAS. Oood sample moois for cuunurrcidi travelers. Feud st...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 January 1885

Tlie Railroad Ouestlor.. The Board cf Railroad Commi.-.-ioner.;', in the latter part of December addressed a letter to the traffic managers cf the va rious railroad companies operating in Kansas, asking them to meet the Com missioners on January 5th, to discuss the propriety of reducing the freight on grain. They complied with the request, and met the Commissioners on the day named, and read to them the following ttatement: Tofeka, Kanu, January 5, 1SS5. To t?ie Loardof EaXroad CommUfiurieTa: Gknteemen: We have received your letter of December 23, requesting a con ference with the trallic officers of Kansas railrcad3 to consider the question of tar iff on grain in this State and the present low prices of grain in the markets. In the summer of 18S4 the railroads of Kansas put into force a schedule of freight rates which was prescribed by this Board. The Board announced this echedule to be a reasonable one under the authority conferred upon it by the railroad law, and it was prepared ...

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