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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 January 1883

)f Fu , s. II...., i iy, is visiting her sis somewhat extended IIIPrLEEllEIT to. iff s fiessap. To the Legislature : In obedience to a Constitutional require ment and a time-honored custom, it is mude my duty to address you and submit such! facts, reports and recommendations for your j consideration and action that may be import ant to the State and furnish you such infor rnntion us may aid you in the faithful and in-.! telliient discharge of vour duties, so that you ! xnay perform them with fidelity to your con stituents and credit to yourselves. ' An abundant harvest has rewarded the hus bandman for his labor; the stock interests of the State have been prosperous and remuner ative, while labor has been fairly rewarded. 'All business has been reasonably productive. steadily and fairly increased, and demon strates in an eminent and satisfactory wan ner that our State, while yet in its infancy, is! capable of a development that will surprise) the thoughtless, and create wonder and ad...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 January 1883

Jc are many more on for all time to conic. flit-so is fmv iici 11F The Increase of population increases the business of the merchant and tradesman, and furnishes work and employment to our me chanics at remunerative wages. It gives the .State the power of numbers, and increases its influence in a national as well as a commer ciHl point of view. Kansas, offers, perhaps, more real and substantial inducements to the immlgrauS than any other locality where vacant land exists or where home can be purchased at moderate prices. VVe have a mugnificent school system, endowed bv an annual dis bursable fund of ovr $3 300.000.00 with all the advantages that sot i"tv and retiuement give to the people of any state. To the stockman and agriculturist, our State oilers induce ments that no other local itv surpasses. VVe have a soil of unsurpassed fertility, a salubri ous climate, short winters, witn an annual rainfall that produces abundant harvests to reward tlie husbandman, and plenty of water and...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 January 1883

p 1 i. 1. -iERALDe HILLIPSBU RG . ' ' PEAK TO THEM THAT THEY GO FORWARD." ' Published by herald publishing association. PHILLIP SjBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1883. VOL. V NO. . 13. i . . . . X- y t r ' ? v : Mcelroy & Mcelroy, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Phillipsburg, Kans. S. K McElroy, County Attorney. A. P. UcEr.ttor, Notary Public. Special attention given to criminal practice in the Seventeenth Judicial District. ELIIIU DAVIS, ATTORNEY AT LAW PIIlLLirSBURG, KAN. Will practice in all the courts of the State Special attention given to collections. A. B. IIOUCIv, ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN. Ofttoe in City Drug1 Store, east side Public Square. All calls promptly attended to day or night. rillLLIl'SBURG, KANSAS. DONCARLOS & SON, Attorneys at Law and Lani Agents, .Will practice In all the courts of the Fifteenth Judicial District, llusines-i before the United States Land Ollicc a specialty. Land warrants at reasonable rates. Ollicc opposite United itutes Land Otlice, KLRWIN, KANSAS. GEO....

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 January 1883

lorn !f! JAN U A It Y, IS, 1SS3. WILLIAM BISSCLL, Editor. PI lllpa County Farmers' Alliance. The annual- meeting of the County Alliance will be ueld at rLillip:;burg, on Saturday, January 2()tb, at one o'clock p. m for the purpose of elect ing officers for the ensuing'term, and to transact other business pertaining to the good of the order. Each sub Alliance is entitled to three members and one additional for each !i) mum hers or major fractional part of 2. Sub Alliances will please bear in mind that fifty cents per quarter is due from each and send their delegates prepar ed to pay up. It is essential that full delegations should be present from each sub Alliance. H. Gktjb, D. ,S. AnnoTT, Secretary. President. TriE transfer uf the State Treasury fiom the old to the new Treasurer v:.s completed yesterday, Ex - Treasurer Francis filing with the Auditor of State duplicate receipts of State Treasurer Howe to the amount of Dearly four mi! -liou dollars. The State Auditor after csamiuiog ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 January 1883

.v: 'jr X I I- V e i. i - 17 t - l - PhillirgJjeraW. JANUARY 18, 1SS3. OFFICIAL COUJVTY PAP EH. IfOTJCB. InortUrto fine, the Herat 'X a general circulation, in Phillips Count; ire rnthorize the J'oxt Masters of Phillips County to act as our Afentn, in ta?Jng nub scriptiontfor the Ucrahl, and we dc agree to pay them a liberal compensation for their trouble ' - C'litaroh Directory. -M. E, Church Rev. J. Iloicourt, every foc end and fourth Sabbath at 7 o'clock p. in., al ternnte 11 o'clock p. in. Haplitt. Rev. W. C. Archer, every fir.t Snb fcnth at 11 o'clock a. to- And 7 H o'clock p.m. livery third nbtnth at p. m. Presbyterian : Kev Toxeph I'rtterson, every pecond and fourth feabbath at 11 o'clock a. w Alternarc at S p. tn. Alternate at 1 P. m. Uiiivern list. Kev. S. Bishop, ererp thir-1 Sabbath at 11 o'clock n.. m. Union Sabbath School. Every Sabbath at 10 o'clock A. m. Union Prayer Meeting. Every Thursday eve ning. Arrival and Te-prtrtuvo of trie Alsiils. The mail? arrive and depart...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 January 1883

fgrfQ HERALD. Published1 iy Herald Publishing Association. rillLLIPSBURG, - - KANSAS. SYMPATHY. A knight and a lady onco met in a frrove. While each was in quest of a fuifitivo love. A river ran mournfully murmuring: by, And they wept In Its waters for sympathy. neTcr was knight such a sorrow that bore !" . y nevor was maid so deserted before I" a "J11 fe and -ts woes let us instantly fly, And jump in together for company 1" They searched for an d3y that suited the deed; But here was a bramble and there was a weed, c t,resome it is," said the fair, with asljrh: bo they sat down to rest in company. They pazed at each other the maid and too knight; now fair was her form, and how goodly his bight! One mournful embrace," soobed the youth, " ere we die!" Bo, klssinjr and crying, they kept company. -ut lTei such an angel as you!" y na' but my swain been a quarter as true!" lo miss such perfection how blinded was I!" Suro now they were excellent company I - At length spoke tho lasa, "twlxt...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 January 1883

TT " URG JniERALD. SPEAK TO THEM THAT THEY GO FORWARD." Published by HERALD PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION. PHILLIPSBURGr, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1883. VOL. V. NO. 14. 2.- ; r 1 . s 111: V-McELUOr & McELllOY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Phlllipsburg, Kans. f 6. N McEi.vor, Cou-uy Attorney. A. P. McKmioy, Notary i'ublio. Special attention Riven to criminal practice 1n tlio Seventeenth Judicial District. ELIIIU DAVIS, ATTORNEY AT LAW PHILLIrSBUKG, KAN. Will practice In all tlio courts of the State Special attention given to collections. . A. E. IIOUCK, .ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN. ' Office in City Drug Store, east side Public Siiuure. All calls promptly attended to day JV night. rim.LirsBuiia, kansas. UOXCA11LOS & SON, Attorneys at La? and Lanl Agents, ;'ill practice in all the courts of the Fifteenth Judicial District. Uusiness before the United States band Ollice a specialty. Land warrants at reasonable rates. Ollice opposite United Mates JLand Ollice, KIItWIN, KANSAS. ' GEO. W. STINSON, Attorn...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 January 1883

vtiiiiipjirg Herald. JANUARY, 5, 1883. villtam biswelIs Editor. HE WILL RETURN AGAIN. The Topeka Capital, in 'its comments on the defeat of St. John, and the cut look for the future, has the following very concise remarks : "It remains to le said furthermore for this man St, John and we say it without any intention or desire to ser monize that in Lis defeat and retire ment he is still a figure that will not vanish from the horizon. lie goe, but he Will retcrn again not as a candidate perhaps, but none the less as a certain and potent force in Kansas politics. His strength with the people is of a vita! and pervasive kind, and though temporarily humiliated, he i3 not overthrown. The principle that he championed with all his heart, and that we are told wnt down when lie was beaten, is KliU abroad and powerful, and he is still true to the faith and capable of a great deal further earnest and stubborn lighting. You re member the story of the Christian in the wars of the crusade, who, tho...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 January 1883

r V 1 . .. : V r i Phillipsburg Herald. JANUARY 25, 1883. OFFICIAL, COUJSTTY PAP EH. NOTICE. In ordtr to gite the Herat a general circulation, in Phillips County we authorize the Post Masters of Phillips County to act as our Agents, in taking nub tcriptions for the Herald, and we dc agree to pay them a liberal compensation for their tr&vble Church Dii-ectory. M. E. Church Rev. J. Boicourt, every sec end and fourth Sabbath at 7 o'clock p. in., al ternate 11 o'clock p. m. Baptist. Ke v. V. C. Archer, every first Sab bath at 11 o'clock a. in-and 74 o'clock p. m. Every third Sabbath at7X p. in. Presbyterian : Kev lose ih Prttcrson, every second and fourth Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. iu Alternarc at 8 p. m. Alternate at 74 p. in. Univeralit. Kev. S. Bibhop, eyerp third Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. ni. Union Sabbath School. Every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m. Union Prayer Meeting. Every Thursday eve ning. Arrival anrl Departure of the JMttila. The mails arrive and depart from Phi'lrsburg as fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 January 1883

HEKALD. Published by Herald Publishing Association. miLLIPSBURG, - - KANSAS. The Use of Nareotics. A reporter has held a conversation Svith a prominent physician and druggist lin the city in regard to the immoderate use of deadly drugs. "I have noticed," 'said he, "some startling transformations in the countenances, general appearance and conduct of those who have con tracted those miserable drug habits." "What especial changes?" asked tho reporter. "You can see tho changes yourself when I tell you the history of one" woman "who I have seen very frequently. Somo five years ago there came to this city from, Madison, Ind., a young girl, prob ably seventeen years of age. Her ap pearance on the street never attracted any very great attention, because she was always dressed modestly and had a timid look. I had called to see her about three months after she came to the city, and found that she had contracted a cold which terminated in a severe case ot pneumonia. She was very ill for weeks...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 February 1883

HILLIPSBURG i ' - - - - " SPEAK TO THEM THAT THEY GO FORWARD." ; Pubirsiicd by herald PUBLISHING association. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1883. . VOL. V. NO. 15. Mcelroy & Mcelroy, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Phlllipsburg, (Cans. S. N. McElvoy, - I A. P. McEluot. Coualy Attorney. Notary Public. Special attention given to criminal practice tn tho Seventeenth Jud'cial District. ELIIIU DAVIS, ATTORNEY AT LAW PIIILLIPSBURG, KAX. Will practice in all the courts of the State p!.;ciul attention given to collections. A. B. HOUCK, ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN. Onioe in City Drug Store, east side l'ublie Square. All calls promptly attended to day jr night. riiiLLiPSBuna, Kansas. DONCARLOS & SON, Attorneys at Law and LaM Agents, "Will practice in all 't lie courts of the Fifteenth Judic ial District. Business before the United States Land Ollice a specialty. Land warrants at reasonable rates. Ollice opposite United States Land Oflice, KIRWIST, KANSAS. GEO. W. STINSON, Attorney and Counselor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 February 1883

1 FEBRUARY 1, 1883. WILLIAM BLSSELL. Editor. REPUBLICAN CAUCUS. There will bo held a Republican town ship ouacu?, at the Court Rouse in Phillipsburs, Saturday, Feb. 3d, 18S3, at 1 o clock p. m., for the purpose of Humiliating candidates for the various township officers. D. L. SiliTil, Township Committeeman. in 1 1 nun mi mi ij Msiiijiigii it"n jiuiwbpi'ii'"""" SIGNING NOTEST A note should never be signed unless the party signing has got full value re ceived for it in his possession. This covers accommodation piper ; that is signing your name to secure the pay ment ot a note to accommodate a Iriend. When your name is jnce signed to a note, you owe the money, and it muet be paid out of your property; No de fence in law courts will protect you. A golden rule is, never sin a note without receiving the full value of the money it calls for first ; and another is, never smn a note to accommodate anybody. A nofc once signed is iu the nature of money, and is a promise to pa a certain amount...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 February 1883

t f i Fiiillipsljurg Heradl. FEBRUARY 1, 1883. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. NOTICE. In ordr to give the llerall a general circulation, in Phillips County we yntiiorize the rout Matters of Phillips County to act as our Agents, in taLing sub seriptionsfor the Herald, and we dc agree to pay tliem a literal compensation for their trouble Clvurcta. Directory. M. E, Church Rev-J. IJoicourt, every sec csd and fourth Sabbath at IS o'clock p. in., al ternate 11 o'clock ii. m. Baplipt. Rev. XV. C. Archer, every first Sab bath at 11 o'clock a. m-and 7 o'clock p.m. Every third Sabbath at 7 p. m. Presbyterian : Rev Joseph Prttewon, every second Und fourth Sabbath, at 11 o'clock a. m Alternaro at 8 p. m. Alternate at p, in- Univeralifit. Uev. S. Bishop, everp third Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. m. Union Sabbath School. Every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. til. Union Prayer Meeting. Every Thursday eve ning. .Arrival an! Departure of the JNIails The mail? arrivo and depart from Phi'.Ipsburg as follows : Mail for C....

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 February 1883

& HERALD. PnblUhed by Herald Publishing Association. . miLLiPSBURG, - - KANSAS. THE HORSE AND TEE GOOSE. In uirlmer, when the grass waa green Ana all the wuoit were gny. A horse, good-natur'd, Bomewbat lean, Din d on a truss of hay. Quite little dreuralng of abuse, lie was accosted by a goose. "Tell me, roor horse, how can you bo Contin J, Mich a lot? To dairy ptut the sandy sod So dusty and so hot; To dine on hay bo crisp and dry. And never once attempt to fly? "I can spread my wlrtfrs and sweep O er spa8 large aud wide: Bwan-like bathe In waters deep Where sunbeams glance and glide. Three elements I proudly claim. And you, but one, poor horse, what shame r The haughty goose more would have said, Now grown superbly vain, when patient horse raised up his head With look of cold disdain. Baying: "Better far It would appear. If choice to roe would fall. To be perfect In one sphere Than, be a goose In alL" THE HORRORS OF LEPROSY, Ileart-Rendlnx Scenes In th New Brunswick ' Lazaretto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 February 1883

..." n V. SPEAK TO. THEM THAT THEY GO -FORWARD." Published by herald publishing association. j PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THUKSD AY, FEBRUARY 8, 1883. VOL; V.-NO-IO; McELROrMgELROY, ATTORNEYSAfLAW: 'dTEL hHlipsburgrf fn. N. MCEl.VOT, I A. P. MCELROY, Couaty Attorney. Notary Public. Special attention 'pi veri to criminal practice tn the Seventeenth Judicial District. : ELIHU DAVIS, " ' ' Attorney at law VIIILLirSBURO, KAN. Will practice in all the courts of the State Special attention givento collections. ; ; A. B. HOUCK, ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN. Office, in City Drug Store, east side Public !klHftrc.- AH calls promptly attended to day -or night. '",-"' " . : PIIILLIPSBURG, KANSAS. DONCAULOS & SON, Attorneys at La? and Land Agents, "Will practice In all the courts of the Fifteenth .ItidM-tai District. Business before the United states Lund Olllce a specialty. Land warrants :at reasonable rates. Office' opposite United :Stats Land Office, KTRWIN, KANSAS. GEO. W. STINSON, Attorney and Connset...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 February 1883

aid. FElii. GARY-; 18S3. ILI AM BISSELL, Editor. OUR CREAT NATIONAL PARK. By next Brimmer all tvIio can afford it msy visit Yellowstone Park, as the rail road will hare reached it by that time. This is undoubtedly the most weird, wonderful and picturesque region on the face of the globe. It has the moun tains of Switzerland, the geysers of Ice land, and the black forests of Russia ; while its rare scenery reproduces all that k striking and wonder-inspuing in erery part of the globe. By next summer it will have hotels, roads, bridle-paths and telegrams, bo far it has not been suffic iently policed, and as a consequence the pot-hunter has been abroad, slaughter ing myriads of game, which should have been sacredly protected. The time is coming when Americans will find more attractions in their own country in nat ural scenery than in any pail of the old World. There is nothing comparable abroad to our Gardens of tho Gods in Colorado, the Yosemite Valley in Cali fornia, and the Yellowsto...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 February 1883

Piiiliiosburs lleradl. FEBRUARY 8, 1883. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. &0T1CE. In ordr to give the Herald a general circulation, m Phillips County ve Hthorie tlis Post Masters of Phillips County to act as our Agents, in talking sub tcriptwns for the Herald, and tee do ogres t pay them a liberal compensation for their trouble Cliuroli Directory. V. B. Chtich Rev. J. Boioourt, every eec e4 and fourth Sabbath at7X o'clock p. m., al ternate 11 o'clook r. n. Baptist. Rev. W. C Archer, every first Sab bath at 11 o'clock a. m-and Hi o'clock p.m. Every third Babbath at 7 p. m. Presbyterian : Rev Toneph Prtteraon, every second and tonrtb babbetn at II o clock a. nv Alternare at 8 p. id. Alternate at 7 P. m Universalis. Kev. S- Ei'hop, everp third Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. in. Union Sabbath School. Every Sabbath at 10 dock a. m. Union Prayer Meeting. Esery Thursday eve nine, Arrival t1 Departure of the .Mails The tnaJlf arrive and depart from Philipebnrg an fellows: Wail forC. B-. Mo. P. R. R., e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 February 1883

HERALD. -- 1 .J. Kiu FnblUhtd by Herald PaMlnhiBg Association. miLLlPSBURG. KANSAS. How 3Ir; Avery Caught a Burglar. An amusing case was tried last week In the Superior Court of this county, George Avery is a typical country grocer, and his More in the quiet village of Gro ton has 'almost as various a stock of goods as was crowded into the ark. He is tall and lean, and prosaic and method ical in disposition.- . He never smiles. No one everaccused him of humor or shrewd ness. At intervals of several years his store has been entered by thieves at night and small sums of money have been stolen from his tilL. Two or three months ngo he lost quite a sum of money and some valuable goods in this way. . Mr. Avery said" nothing, but ho took a spade and went down into his cellar and began to dig a hole "directly beneath his money drawer. At odd times for several days thereafter, when trade was dull and tne male gossips , had fallen asleep on the cracker barrels' up stairs, Mr. Avery toiled at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 February 1883

Phi ijlipsi BURG . . ; - : , , "SPEAK TO THEM THAT THEY GO FORWARD." ;;. : Published by iieralp PUBLISHING association. PHILLIPSBURG., KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1883; ; V : VOL. V -NO, 17. . t 1 - 1 - . - 1 i . Mcelroy & Mcelroy, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Phillipsburg, Kans. S. N. MoEi.vor, Cou'ity Attorney. A. P. UcKlrot, Notary Tublic. Special attention given to criminal practice tn the Seventeenth Judicial District. ELIHU DAVIS, ATTORNEY AT LAW nilLLII'SBURO, KAN. Will practice In all the courts of the State Special attention given to collections. A. B. HOUCK, ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN. Office in City Drug Store, east side Publlo Square. All calls promptly attended to day ir night. nilLLIFSBUHG, KANSAS, r DONCA11LOS & SON, Attorneys at Law anil Land Agents, "Will practice in all the courts of the Fifteenth Judicial District. Business before the.' United States Land Office a specialty. Land warrants at reasonable rates. oaieo opposite United States Land Office, KIRWIN, KANSAS. GEO. W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 February 1883

Herald. FEBRUARY 15, 1883. WILLIAM HISS-ELL, Editor. BE READY EARLY. A season of activity is near at band, bpring is coming, with its pressing work. Are farmers ready lb sowing and plant ing? Every implement should be pro Tided beforehaud,. that no time may be made in making purchases or repairs af ter the work should begin. We have known a half day of plowing to be, lost because the whiflletrees were not at hand. Some farmers start out with their spring plowing without a single plow point in stock, and when one is needed, the team is taken from the field and driven to the store. Sueh a loss of time is a serious matter, and should be thoughtfullf guarded against by ample provision of such articles of the farm. It is a poor time to mend a harrow when it should be at work in the field. We do not favor that economy if it may be so called that relies upon the neighbors for many of the tools of the farm. There are certain farm imple merits that may be owned in partnership, as a roller or...

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