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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 January 1885

IV institution roa iiik iDionc. "We are indebted to II. M.Greene for a copy of Lis rejort a3 Superintendent of the institution for the education of idiotic and imbecile youth. The average number, in attendance daring the term has been 21.2. During the greater part of the present calendar year, thirty, the full number for which accommodationa can be provided in the building, have been present. The num ber of applications received have been forty-one, of which thirty have been accepted and nine rejected, leaving two yet to be passed upon, making a total of 102 applications on file einee the com mencement of the institution. These applicants are from the following named counties: I.ourbou ...... Jituier I'hauiauqua Davi-- , , ljLyon .... 1 1 Miami .. 1 1 Nemaha . 1; Oage ... 1 O ttti W & .. 1' Hooks . 2 Kusfctll rshawnee 3; -umuer 1 Wabaunsee. 1 Washington. .... 1 Wyandotte........ fiecutur... lnekiiiSuii loU'lii3 . .1 o r -l .... Johnson. .......... Kiuninau. Labette Leavenworth-....

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 January 1885

Si In . . i Lt fl J i i w 8 Vi I riiiLi.irriiiUno. - Kansas. "AJl.t.lJAi , JiNUA'Y. 17. 1j5. j -------- " - - -- Arrival and Departure of Mails, Mail -ust nud CV'ent via. C. Ii. Mo. Pacific It. U . arrives, 4 u m. leave : i in, daily. Alma wild Phillipfdmrn Arrives 12 in, -I onday'M. Wednesdays and Fri day; ion"c 1 m. Fong Islaud .ud Phillipshurg Ar-ri.-i- in. and leave 1 p. m., on Tueday, Thursday and Haturda;rs. Nahev and Phillip-dmr-; Arrives 4 p. no. Tut -lays nnd Fridays : leaves ? m., Wednesday and Saturday. Wttjcii.-isviUcwlid PhilHpsburg Ar .-:vcM-p. in. huJ leaven 3 p. in. on Tuesdays Saturdays. Post-OJl.-e cuif Opens Sam closes at A p m. .Sundays opens 0 a-n. :tiid .'i'Jed 7 p m, closes 1') a m and 7.'5 j m. Money order bus; iiw closVi-. a ; p if. No money order or Tei.ste -'.UT l.l Hi.1 tfllH'lCl It'ld.l." II. C. HrACLM.N'G. P. M. Fllsworth has two fcui!di:i and loan associations, the second one ' be'!ii just orgauiel, and it is eitim ite-j that they will d a thriuitf bus...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 January 1885

I lid! Uiu. PUiLLiiVsBL'Ra. - icansas. PERSONAL- lilBSKLL A.LEWIf. Satikday, Ja.suahy 17, 1&85. OFFICIAL. DIRECTORY- Mayor C A. Ll-wI.j. I'oiicc Judges Fruuk btrain. Cot NCII..MKN : J W. Lowe, H. U. Cuminlngs,. Chas Dicitey, IS. l'oliug und C. 11. l..elhujwtll. Clerk C. V. SuodgrasK. Treasurer G. V. Youur. City Mandmi IL F. Lelpu. LrOCAL BRIEFS- The Junior editor oi ihe II...: vit haa .tttii e-tC;d to. ai d accep.ed the o itio:; oi J out nat cle k of ti.e House of 1;t- n n lathes at T ptka, and wnie v miu lot b to Ioo.se his assistance i i th rusha-tni nt of the Ilr.i.ALO lor the -uoai j-ixtk days, yet his . bsnce will not be ieit m mim-h by our reauers a by oniseif, as during his absence we ex pect to have a good , news) editoiial fct ttiU.uuicHtion Horn iiiiu in each issue oi the II . alu wh en, iuaddiiion to our extended repot i un he inside, of geu ei ai ieUJ itiou news will give ur read .er unusual facilities tor k. epmg uositd i.i the hapeuings at the s ate capital. The ma...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 January 1885

raid nilLLIPSBURG - - - - KANSAS. Simon Cameron, who is now SO years old, is quoted by a friend as saying : "The secret of life is to keep moving. Men grow old only when they sit down long enough to get rusty. I want to live just as long as I can be happy. When I reach the point when my friends, stand ing on the corners, and seeing me come up the street, say, 'Let's get on the other side, there comes that old fool,' I want to die. Men make a great mistake in this life by holdiDg on to any position after they have lost their grip, and their com pany has become unpleasant to their as sociates." After a long day of heavy rain in the country a party of ladies accept a mascu line invitation to an eveniDg row the weather having cleared on the turbid and slightly swollen river. The boat is a trifle overloaded. As the oarsmen start a young lady says to her companion in the stern-sheets. "How very near the boat is to the water!" "Yes," responds the other in sober earnest and a bright and int...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 January 1885

IJVXV. Surdy the happkst life for a man is Lit Hie itvi-itvl life itin! brings A K'.omi ol btuuiio-n questionings, And bailed eudd where ail begia ; But he who neither looka behind, Kor on the siaiowy tpace before. Nor ev.-erviiig sideward to explore LuVstfarkjutss, learns that ho la Llind; Who heedless of all vain dispute, A iid weary volets of the night, bee is only to observe aright TKe bit of path beiore his loot. XEARINO TUE E"L. I'm growing old; the hopes and feari Tnat Y'a-..d a:i ever varying strile .'o mora awi.ken smiles and tears, .Disturbing my eereutr life. The ardent love, the jealous throe. Which bnrned and raged w ithout sarceas?, Ilave leit me ; and a gentler glow Of bweet contentment brings me p-aaee. Strong pa&aion ovns my reason's sway; Calm pleasure comes where love's bestowed; And quiet lriendip soothes my way Along life's peaeeiul autumn road. I'o unknown future threatens ill; Ho tierce ambition drives me on; I (aze troia life's tubliaiest hill un dangers ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 17 January 1885

M me nera j'lIILLlPfiLUG. isiEW ORLEANS L-ETTIiF. NKV .OBi-ilAili, Jan. 2, 1! Interest in the -t- position grow a pa.ee. day by ilav. Those who conn1 tip p Ut? the fact that the manaj- hii'iit is doing all in its power to acreler- . 'nt matters. I bf inure one r..es tne- j M too yiung to know uny better more it is realized the greatness of aucl j -No idie :sa"t. Other pfi-nlc" ehild an undertaking now nea ring con.plK:iiu ; ran know how to behave. 'I'll bet 'n -v-.rv detail. There i- little f paee; ! mi-s the, train . I ajxi sometimes tempt n any department not occupied y kx ! fclf to wish she had never bn -u horn." Uibuois. lAe H'i.ek anivtr.- by every! ,'o George , " exclaimed tiie wife, train for the grand t-bow in that line ; . would n,t say thru " to be had here thU F-acQ. Of the six; ' Confound i'. .-he woiries me so. I 3nr -e Ht'hles capable ol holdi.itr a tV.ons u.nd Load, re already rilled with tuofiiiihbrw'. An elegant raeei: acs. iir ilriif h. been "Ttdel half a nnlj; in ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 24 January 1885

aPEAK TO I'lIiM 'riryvr TJIKV GO KOWWAliZ. VOL. VII NO 11 PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 24. 1835. Si. 50 IN ADVANCE. BUSINESS CARDS. Dr. I. F. MALLETT, ESLESTIG PHYSICIAN, PHILLIPSBURG, - - KANSAS He does an ofHee practice. Ollice in New Drug Htore, Northwest corner i'ublio hjquare. C. BRUNER. aTirv - S3aop. Hoofing, Sheeting and ltcpairiar promptly and neatly djue. . S- C. CUMMINGS. Livery, Feed i Sale Stable- .'Jool rigs at reasonable rutes. Wm. Bissell ReaUtstate & Loan Agent- Jiusiness bi-to.w the U. k. Land Of fice at Kirwin, ucsas, and before tlu Department, at Washington, D. C, promptly truutiacttjd. C. A. LEWIS, TT0RiiEY & QoUHSELOfl. )'HIELIISI5U1UJ. - KANSAS Collections promptly a'tended to. AU bu-iues- before the U. S Land Office and Lepartmeits at Washington, D. C, and all othr legal matte-s, will be given m iniuiedi te attention. Central House- E ALBAUGH. proprietor. PHILLIPSBURG. - KABSAS. Good sample rooms for couiuorii.il travelers. Feed stable in c...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 24 January 1885

COTErj'Or.'3 BLESSAGI Tl- 1 irat Coumiuiil cation of Guv. Jolin Am ivi&rtia to the Kansas Legislature. To L'i Sena'e and JXjuse of Etprescntaiic-ea: Before the Legislature again assembles in regular session, Kansas will have com pleted her first quarter of a century a3 a State in the Union. Admitted on the 20th of January, 1861, just on the out break of the most vital and . tremendous conflict the world baa ever known, the history of Kansas affords a signal and illustrious example of the growth and development of an American common wealth under the inspiration of free lie publican institutions. The thirty-one counties organized at the date of its ad mission, have Increased to eighty-two, and the population of the State, then but little in excess of one hundred thousand, is now fully a million and a quarter. Then, only 406,403 acre3 of its vast area of productive soil were under cultivation, and the leading crop products of the State aggregated only 194,173 bushels of wheat and 6...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 24 January 1885

-' 'i "he fullowicg teeutiful lints were written by tne late Kichard fciies, q., ot Danvi le, Va a j.-vittk-icuri of genius, a ae (scholar and a lawyer tI dibtiiif t!ou. The lines sptu.it of ihe taJ exptri ecce aiia ftie of the author: I Lave ttrc-n to the funeral of all ray hopes And entomktd them one L-y one ; .Not a w ord was said, Not a tear wan Efced. When t'le mournful tak was done. fs'owly acd Badly I turned me round Aad toiight my silent room; A ad there alone By the cold hearthstone I wooed the midnight gloom. r Aiid as the night wind's deepening fcha.de Lowered above my brow I wept o'er day b When manhood's rays Were brighter far than now. The dying embers on the hearth Gave oat their flickering light, As if to say 'l his is the way Tby life bhall close in night. 3 wept aloud in anguish sore o'er the blight of pr&hpects lair; While demons laughed And eagerly quailed My tfc&M like, nectar rare. Through hell's red halls an echo rang, Au ecfeo lon and loud, a in the h...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 24 January 1885

1 f I'ltiLLirsBuua, ;hr-:r. IIh is till, cler.icr, wii'j r. broaijani f but rather reading forehe'ci,, wear s, ! tbia brown beard and is very court cus w i v a n V tl,, .1 :-rv rs'.r-p h7: I d.,w c .gr-.tare 4.- rLe - KANSAS. J and dignified. Yl.l! con e-pouden; having ;-en nvjc'i forviee iu t wprtr Times OrtKHAIi couitpy fape. I B.-sKLL Jit itf. i had the pleasure of being m company with him last year in a dl-gMfai trip to Mex co. Senator KelW is an earn- ' est speaker and r ght upon all raoiai ; questions; but the latter qualification ! is accounted for whe.i we lmeniber the chair while a member. of the b'en :ttc Beside knowledge, He poss-sscs 'he natural qualities de-it' presiding cftlcer . of a dehber.itive body: lirnmes ot tact and a good tem- ih'it he is an editor. Sail- pw , J slauy 2 . ISdo. Senator Creen, f RUey county, The Bel-ait Gazette and Cojir hate 'n the i ,;et '1 av.-tra- u. m -uiu.'i-a comuy print ' - ". - I j-.n ihr prominent man ia the Senate. Arrival And Dapartu...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 24 January 1885

i I - i F a i " i f - ? i itiilliphbuho. KANSAS. OFFICIAL 0U2TY PAPER. BIHELL A LEWIS, Satchoat, January 24, l&SC OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. flayer C. A. Lewi. Police Judge Frank. .Strain. Councilman ; J W. Lowe, H. C. Cummings, Chas Dickey, N. Poling Misd C. 11. Letiin:velL Clerk. .C. W. SuodgraM. G. V. Youus;. B. F. Delph. Treasurer Citv MitrsliHl.... -LOCAL BRIEFS- Trade Ls on the iueret-e. ami our raerchants eou.-equently hapj y. Oar ice men are resting, a rcli har vest of pleud.d piality yj.ii aiv . Soldier s'-e notice oi "(Jet 3jur own pem-dons,' iu another column. To bd or nut to be, ah, tnali the rub Candidates f-jr Post masters. Several parties hav.s takei advantage of the late fall of i-uow and enjoyed the pleasu;o-ot a hlet-hnde. ,-. iWe iecehed a commnnication from i ode thi- week , but Ux lata for publi cation. Parties indebted to tne knowing theii accounts to be long pat due- will find it to their e-pecal interest to i ay th-ir accounts by the 2 day of Fb., 1835. 1 w D. A...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 24 January 1885

" l i Publlthed by KISSKLL & LEWIS. PHILLIPSBURG - - - - KANSAS, GENERAL NEWS. . , MISCELLANEOUS. On January 11, Mrs. Ulyssea S. Grant re ceived a letter from W. H. Vanderbilt pre senting her with the debt and judgment which he held against Gen. Grant, also the mortgages upon his real estate and all household furniture and ornaments, with the condition that the swords, commissions, medals, gifts from the United States, States, "cities and foreign governments, and all arti cles of historical value and interest, bhall, at the General's death, or if the desires it, sooner, be presented to the Government at Washington, where they will remain es a perpetual memorial of his fame and the history of his time. The wholesale dry goods house of Isaac Xeiller's Sons, in Cincinnati, with liabilities of about $80,000, has suspended payment, partly on account of fictitious statements made by its bookkeeper, Herman Mack, who recently hanged himself. The Sheriti at Mobile elosed thewholesale liq...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 24 January 1885

j' S .'-- c-cl 01 is, -j' iiaut De given uli r::t:n.al fjrc-j a:ai';st railway jjak'S. The l;t mentioned tot, haptL-r 3, tpecial te.-ion of lt)75, Las ' 'i for yeara a dead letter on ouretatuto . ..-;uks. Adequate means for enforcing it .-.houlJ be provided, or it should be re- 2' uled. PUBLIC niQUWAYS. Our road laws need thorough revision better highways are necessary, and eoms .-yfctern should be devibed under which it will be possible to secure them. The present eyetem of making and improving country roada is not only wasteful and unjust in its operation, but nr-aa.tiftf4v. rory in its resiu'.d. it n a system ol 'patching" between rains. It employs a Lost of oiiicers, generally' inexperienced and careless, and often incompetent, to direct work that would be much more intelligently and economically accom plished under the direction cf one ex perienced and responsible officer. It calls farmers from work they understand, and in which they have a direct per BJnal interest, and compel...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 24 January 1885

- - ib me nen KAN8A8. '"TM?T ' - Ts 5-'-'t-- '1' U!"B wa5iiTgton" letter. Vot owr llcgultir Correspondent. ' - - J-v ashing; un, Jan. If, 125-i. Ia thi. United S ate Sea itathifl wwik Ihh called iJavi Sat-rrma debits hi been 4he CiOKt wxt-itiag and nidj4 ;niiC subject, tiioun v no mean-, the Hi it pruiitit. A. A'hs di3Cuiiu was i-pru. igby .Senator llal's nvlu;.i.ii inking 1'i'twideni Artuar m fu-m-ti the j.SAusto- with taa struemeut reg.-u-diuj; Jder-um DavU' p'l'.-y. leceutiy tiled . in tlin War Dprtrcut by ien. Sher man. Jl"t luoirLrut Sen ttor liar. id rust to tiud s.ult vv.V-ji the resolution, n t-vjh evident a spirited controversy v uld oil i-v, am tut; tj-it'e -visitors in ?.tie gallery 'in?. f.rw.rd t. Lear. Tui li n ir and .irij.isiii oi Je:f. l avis wa- Ctianii.nied by -oaw of ti. ex c nf.-d- anaii taeui-SenaTi Umii", Morgan and Vest, while loyalty and the Uiiiou wi Ueieuded by Seualor.-. -rth.eruia.ri, Conner. Ha ley and liga Is. Senator Vest uvserted that Davi-f Wt3 as l...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 31 January 1885

SPEAK TO TIIKM'TIIAT tX'IinV GO FOHWAHD. VOL. VII NO 12 PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, JANUARY O 4 o 1 18S5. Gl.50 IN ADVANCE. BUSINESS CARDS- Dr. L F. MALLETT, E3LEST1S PHYSICIAN. PiiILLIPSUHG, - - KANSAS- lie dcx'8 an office practice. Office in New Drug Btore, North u-wt corner Public Hquare. C. Bruner. Hoofing, Sheeting sad Ilepairinir 'Promptly and neatly d-jue. S- C. CUMMINGS. Liyery, Feed Sale Stable- Good rigs at reasonable rate.-. Wm. Bissell-Recl-tstate & loan Agent- Bttjiuess before the U. 13. Land Of-.-See at Kirwin, arsas, and before the Department at Washington, D. C, promptly trausacted. C. A. LEWIS, TT0RiiEY QOUIISEIOR. Pil I L LI PS BUlUi, - KANSAS. Collections promptly attended to. All business before the U. S Land Office and Pepanments at Washington. I). C, and all other legal nmtteis, will be given my immediate attention. Central House- E. ALBAUCH. proprietor. PHILLIP3BUF;a - KADSAS. tiood eaniple rooms for coniiuerci.i travelers. Feed stable in connection wi...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 31 January 1885

ICA.N3A3 LEGIal-ATCRK. Twenty, first Session. SENATE, JAX. 19. In tLe Senate twenty-three bills were introduced, among them bills by Senator Barker relating to the University, and by Senator Shean relatina to the Deaf and Dumb Asylum; bills to create the ISth ana uui judicial jjisuicia nuu iu piu vide for the election of judges; Senator Ilewins ofiered the following concurrent resolution, and the rulea being suspend ed it wa3 adopted without division: Re -it Resolved, By the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring therein) that, "Whereas, An effort is being made to secure legislation by Congress creat ing a so-called cattle trail across the State of Kansas, and Whereas, Such a measure would be prejudicial to the interests of the people of thia State, and beneficial only to par ties who neither reside in, nor pay taxes to this State; therefore be it Revived, That our Senators in Con gress be, and are hereby instructed, and our Representatives requested to resist any and all s...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 31 January 1885

iVitMINO IN KANSAS. Kclc-wortuy Incidents Among tlie raj-mei of the Slate. Tua Louisville Rimbllcan givea the following advice: Quite often we Lear the complaintnowacaye coming front the irraers aaa Etock men of .the txvzh. prairie in regard to wind-breakea and shelter for stock. Oat on the prairie away from the streams the country is absolutely at the mercy of the wind, which 13 very damaging tc Etock in Win ter time. Now this defect can be easily ana perlectlv remedied with ih'ht ex pense by planting out thrifty ..rapid grow ing forest treea cotton wood, box alder and soft maple are of this class. The trees Ehoald be planted bo as to border on the north of the stock yards and cor rals thus breaking the main current of the wind and passing it by upon either side of the break. The break should not be planted bo as to have the trees line each way, but so soon a3 to Lave the tree3 in the second row alternate with the spaces in the first, etc., thus forming a perfect shield to stock, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 31 January 1885

1118 ITIILLlP.-sBUftC., K A.VSAS. jr r'i.:iA j , "'V Saij: day, Jmi.k 31, J SS5. Arrival and Depjrturo of flails. Mail east aid we-t via. C. ii. Mo "Puclric P.. U , ari'Ue. -1 :. 1:1. leu.vH ? f Vi'i, daily. A!m;h aiitl Pholip'h'.irz--Arriv. 12 rn, Mondays. Wednesdays and Fri flavv; leave 1 p in. Long Island and ?hill!p,.urg A r-riv.-srp. rn. and leaves 1 p. to., on Tu.t-ariys, Thursdays and Saturdays. Nance and Phillipshurg Arrive 4 p. Tue.das an t Fridays : leaves S a. in., Vf..l;i-.ii'.s and Saturday. Wanor.viHr-.and Philllp.burg-Ar rives 2 p. in. and kvos 3 p. m. on TudaU Salurdav. Poid-Office ci.ii-Opens 5 a m 1 ,-Ioses alb n in. Kundays opens 0 a :n .md -1os.-m 7 P m close 10 a ni uttd 7.3 n in. Money order biHi ' ess clo-.es aj 0 p in. N-i'monoy rrder or regime i viler h i-iin :- irun.l un lay. Editorial Cc'respond'-ince' The LegT5laLure is bepnning to work in earnest . Among the mea-urea that elicited ?o'jae comtie.it was the Ilonsa eoRi'arreut resolution, a-kinp tho Kan-j 9...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 31 January 1885

f V - if U riilLLIP.siiUUO, 5 9 KANSAS. OFFICIAL GOUDTY PAPER, XZ3 ELI, A LEWIS, S.VTUHDAY, JANUARY 31, 1835. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY' Mayor Police. Judge .. C. A. Lewis. ...Frank Strain. The w .-athr ton el tiowc a Il;le during th? middle of the week. Republican Caucu at the Cctart H'ta e to-day, and town-hip t-ltxnion ia all the townships next Toesdar. August Schwertfe-ger, of Sterling, 111., a brother of .Mrs. I). C. Clark, ha- beea spending several day- looking over the county and visiti-.g Iriends. He lert, Wednesday, for his honie. Harry Godfry , of 1 ong I-land was down to Ph.llip-burg Monday with frank Foste-- a Iner.d who has la ely came from England. Mr. F. tok hi- f first step to become a Yankee aad then j to get a home on Kansas so i. i Tuesday, warrants were put into the ha ds of the Sh. riff for arrest of various L; O i . . ; . . u i ; U . 1 t Council.mks :.J W". Luwe, 8. -C ! parties in Kirwin for the sale of contra- Cummings, Chart DicKcy, N. Poling and C. 11. Letlingwell...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 31 January 1885

rubliAtied by Iil;i:LL A; LEWIS. rilJLLIPSEUIiG - - - - KANSAS. GENERAL NEWS. MISCELLANEOUS. A special f.-orq Chicago says the county tsecial Grand Jury has voted to indict i;5 judges of the recent election for permitting carelessness and frauds, through which an appropriation of $100,000 for additional po lice was raade to appear to have been cir ril by a majority of from 14,000 to 15,000, when in reality the proposition was de feated by several hundred votes. The number of Judges to be indicted includes about three-fourths of all who served. County Clerk Ryan and Justices Ectilly and Kershen. who composed the Canvassing lioard, are also to be indicted. Gen. Augur, of Ft. Leaven worth, received orders from the War Department Jan. 2o, instructing him to enforce the orders of the President, aDd at once remove from the Indian Territory the intruders thereon. and to immediately reinforce Colonel Hatch by the remaining companies of the Ninth Cav alry, and also send him reinforcements fr...

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