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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 February 1885

"VTl-m- GEAJiD AEJII PICKUPS. Particulars Iertaiiito to the I'oata. Beloit Courier: Charlie Colfion has saved a few relics of the G. A. 11. Post Iroirt the rubbith of the fire, among other things being tw o bunches of charred re mains one of the Bible, about two inches suriace; tne other, a scraD of the Adiu tant's records, about the eame eurface as the Bible. They are both charred black, Dut tne woids of the Bible are perfectly distinct, and are a portion of a chapter in Acts; while the names of some of the comrades are distinctly clear to the naked eye in. the other, and looks to us like the list of officers on the first page of the record book. It has the appearance of raised letters the ink seemingly stand ing above the paper. The names can all be read as distinctly as ever in the sun light, but most of them are broken. Any comrade, however, can make out at a glance the name. Charlie is going to have a box with glass cover made to re ceive these and other small articles, such as...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 February 1885

ne rseraiu. Fill I.i.I f-HfJKO. I ": 111 ,V A NT ;s-fi.f -v i - V , i i -i a 'J 1. 1 1 . h: A.r -4k anu Orf;).iriur5 or Mails, ut.U v,-c-t v;,i. C. j. Mo. r.-,:i A-id I- it:-' ve 1 ai:U i'ri :::irf.: Ar r. ii., on Mi t ; 1 u t w . : b :-y m 1 n ill:, t law. i-.-l iea-..-s 1 . t i'i.. re.K:' 4ld Vi'idHV.-; r . , .li.o-' Kiv.i inni -aiuruavr -L.'.'r.vi!b:. nl rbiilitbu r-r Ar on ! -ii' i ,., j r.-. i b .- : at .'!'.. H.ui'inys .".;i-' ' a Til i:i J 7 in. c''ics !' a m ar.fi 7.ii I- Hi. M CU V 'i'U:r b:5-l ' .-.-: 'I.'.-e a r" t. '(. ..-lOfiev fr.l';r or ro;ri. v. Ift 14 i " I u a i i. II. C. SlVUM.MVi. I'- M. vrrf k, Pro?. Mi'!or. v. bo Kan h c f tb Ajiuta for iLb I'.It d. at Vv :.: d -tie o.ris up v. iih a nt.iu'-'f-r of M):i!)T ople from that ii.it';to! i -n, and gnve a pubt:r c::tcr.ainnent ir Kt Pn- ! r.!uu e Jish. ant-i enter: an m-.'nt eon--;: .tit or an or:iut-n y n.- f t: e . . i . -o - . . I . : .. i. .... . . ' . r . i ..oi.os s...a.a .4.-.i. hi.-. nut at.d hi.o t.oetic picu...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 February 1885

: t V tf a; . t r f The Herald. rniLLipsBUKG. KANSAS. o: T .T T r j "MTU f ill. .-o v. 11 1. SS ELL LEWIS. Sati i:itAY, FtmiUAur 21, 18-5. O F FI CI A L D1R ECTOR Y Mayor C. A. L'-wi-. rm'ict' Jn.l-. Frank . train. ('(.r-vrri I T-V .1 W. l.liWc. S. C. Omimings. I'has Dickey, N. Poling and C. IL Lci'oPgwetl. I'lerk C. V. Hnodgra: Treasurer G. W. 'i ouug City Marshal B. E. llelpli Rail Road Tima Card Eastward . Mail and Express ...-r:7 A M. Freight and accomodation ...0:0 Westwa nl. Mail and Express ....12-1' A. M ir'rci;h t and ar.'ijH)i;ition...;;:27 .M J.i:. 1'r. tz, Aim nt. Marvin. LOCAL BRIEFS (io lO i ol.Uli & Co'o. ioi e i.r line ei T.'l -Jw s I re f.r fancy gars . (; to I'o.'in & Co's jio-ene. G W. Hick foid ha i21 Jw the bedt line of riirars hi d siiioK ii j tubiiceo in town. Try them and see. ll--'w l'r tracted mieinir h being cart ied on at Lni. n Da e .-chool h sn ui .lei- ilie m. e vioio.-i ot Fldeis Alleii and Good rich. rI'he trn.-lee of the M. K. Church at tl i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 February 1885

CYf I'ubUslied by lilasKLL & LEWIS. PIIILLIPSBURG - - - - KANSAS. GENERAL NEWS. WASHINGTON NOTES. A delegation of Kiowa, Comanche and Apache Indiana proposed to the Secretary of the Interior to lease a portion of their landd or grazing purposes, for bix years, at six centa per acre, which will bring the Indians nbout $150 per family, annually. Fifty-four Indians will be employed as herders by the cattlemen. The payments to be made al ternately in cash and in one and two-year old cattle. The Indiana say that in six years they hope to have enough cattle to graze the country tnemseivea. The Secretary of the navy has authorized Lieutenant George V. Stoney to make fur ther exr orations in Alaska with a party ot three officers and ten men. A steam-launch will be constructed in the navy-yard at San Francisco, and a tchooner will convey the expedition to Putnam river. One of the counsel for General Swaimsays the Court Marshall will convict only on the charge of conduct prejudicial to po...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 February 1885

KANSAS I-KGISLATUKK. Twenty i lrat Session. SENATE FEBRUARY 7. In Senate the motion of Senator Blue to sustain the recommendation of the Judiciary Committee by indefinitely, postponing House bill to make certificate of graduation in law department of the State University qualification to practice law in the courts of this State, was dis cussed at considerable length by Sena tors lilue, llarknesa and Bawden, for the motion, and Senators Barker, Jennings, White and Smith against it. The motion was lost. The bill to authorize the appointment of stenographers in DLstiict Courts passed. Adjourned till 4 o'clock p. m., Mon day. house FEB. 7. Petitions were presented: From Ed wards county protesting against change of county lines. From Cherokee county for a temporary removal of the county seat from Columbus to Baxter Springs. From ladies of Parkerville asking for municipal suffrage. On motion of Mr. Faulkner, the vote by which Mr. Bry ant's maximum mill tolls bill, was lost was reconsidere...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 February 1885

The Herald. rillJ.LirBUP.U. - KANSAS. . .---"yan-ygcga-- je3MMmw ' jiii . ! SMOKERS cIuTOR ! Or io '.Ceil Straight Cigar. Or Throe For a Quarter Cigar. 3 eld-Tag: Or Ton cent Ktraiht tlar. -THE FINEHT GOOSlbV'XVtll- OfH:itKD!: For Falo by all Pirst-cla- Dealers. hUA'LlRS fTTMION! ""' We advori e the above brand in the lend in' I ouis dailie-, urid yi-cr i. t'ie. v.'ill appear sitn'T.jr list 'f aen- e once a week ior CO dtv from dare ot ltt purchase. Wuh tirt order we send!) rent hid prottey sijrr.. .We -have one mice for lhe.e poods from wh ch thet e is im deviation, ntixn i N ci-el-la, S-S6.00; Silver-Tat.-. SC0.O0 (J.Ml-iay. ?7U Cl per l.ObU. We hIs.- i: r tlie most e.vten-ive lb e of Pome . ( ic Kev t and I in po ted irar.s in the coun n at botu in price. . arup!e oder tu'ited. Go. -da guarantee. Address Taylor .Mf g Go., lJep. Sr Lo-.'i, Mo. II V HUI-L M'r Cigar febl4 Gmoi. Land Oilice at Kirwin, Kur... SG48 February 2,'1S&3. Notice i hereby givan that the follovv ji g iianu...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 February 1885

M 0 -; I ti p .FT !i TPQ TJ j ft' A SPEAK TO r-TII k;m that thky go korwahd. VOL. VII NO 16 PHlLLltUnG. KANSAS, SATURDAY, FE R JARY 8 8S5. S .50 IN A V V ' V I 3 t J : 4 1 1 5 y i 1 BUSINESS CARDS- Dr. I. F. MALLETT, esleotis physisian. PHILUPSB'JRG, - - KAN AS. lie does an office practice. Oftiro in New Drug fitore, Northwest corner Public Bquare. C. Bruner. Tin - Sliop. Hoofing, Sheeting ami Ilepairine promptly and neatly J-jfi?. S- C. CUMMINGS- Livery, Feed & Sala Stable- Good riga at reasonable rate. Wm. Bissell Real-Estate loan Agent TliisinesH betoic the L. S3. L;nd Of fice at Kirwin, ansa, aril beh.re tha Department at Washington, l. C. promptly transacted. C. A. LEWIS, Attorney (Jqihjselor. piiillip.sp.uiu;, - Kansas. Collections prmptly aUended to. All busiuess before the U. S l,nnd Offices and Lepariment af, Washington. 1). C, and all oilier legal matters, will be given m immediate attentirn." Central House- E. ALBAUGri. Proprietor. PHILLIPSBUFvCf. - KADSAS. Oood sampl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 February 1885

KANSAS STATE JfEITS. Lawrence Journal: When the 5:23 a. m. passenger train came in from the west on the Santa Fe road yesterday morning the conductor had a controversy with three tramps who got on at Topeka and refused to pay their fare. The result was that they got off and running ahead of the train they picked up an old coupling link, and going about three hundred yards east of the train which had stopped at the depot, broke the lock ofl the switch and misplaced it. When the train started again it ran through the opened switch, the engine and tender leaving the track and running off into the ditch. The train not yet having at tained much speed it stopped before any of the cars ran oil the track and there was no damage done beyond the delay of four hours which elapsed before the en gine could be got back on the track. It took a good deal of labor and the use of two additional engines to replace the engine on the rails. Three men answer ing their description have been arrested. Yate...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 February 1885

BETTKR THAN GOLD. JHES. M. A. KIDDER. "My little wcrl J la very small; Scarce worthy your notice, sir, at all." The iiiother said. "My go- d, kind bu-biid, as you see. And wene three emldre-n at my knee, W ho look, lo on bo triiatinijly Jbor dally bread. "For their sweet sakes, who love me so, I keep the firelight m alow la our dear home. That, though the tern pests roar outside. Ana Hertely threaten far and wide, '1 he cheery blaze may serve to guide Liwttr feet that roam. "And as the merry kettle bolls. We weiconie hiin who daily toils For ub each day. Of true love kies lull a score He gets, I'm Certain, if not more, Whea tond outs meet hiin at the door. At twilight gray. "One gets the slippers lor his feet, Another leads hi u to hi seat The bi; arm-chair; And while tue cLiidren round him sing And make the dear old rafters ring. One little daughter crowns him king W ith blossoms fair. "Ah, fir, we are not rich or great, The owners of a vast estate," The mother said. "Eut we have b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 February 1885

d. S HQ i 3 PIULLIPSBUKQ, - KANSAS. 0FPI6IAL GOUDTY PAPE?V. bp KLL A LEWIS. Sail- .iv, Feb u iiY 28, IkS'i. Arrival and Departure of Mails, Mail :t-t and west via. C B. Mo. rncitic It. 11., arriveti, 4 u m. leaves T ?i p in, daily. Alma and Phiilippburg Arrives 12 m, ilondays, V -dnerdaya and FTi riayq haves 1 p m. Long Inland and Phillipsburg Ar rirtrtl.. in. and loaves 1 p. in., on Tin-suays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Nance and Phillii sburg Arrives 4 ... , 1 , . ..! ) 1 ...... - in., 1 iii'-i'.avs ami riiuajn, ir.i" 3 6 a. 111., U (UIII'MiavS itll'l .-niuiunjn. Wanersville and PhillipsbtirK Ar rives 2 p. m. and leaves '6 p. Ui. on Tuesdays Saturdays. Pi.st-OiVice . uit Opens 8 a m elo-v-i at s p ni. Sundays opens 9 a in mid closes 7 t in, closes 10 :t in and 7.H ti in. M (.'tiey order busi e.ss clones af o p in. no money ornei ot us'-i titer bJsiu-s tr imai'ted mi l.ty. ' II. ('. Shaui.diNo. P. M. Ed.tjrial Ccrresicnder.ce- A great deal of time has been taken up by the legislature...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 February 1885

(. 1 J i I) era I! 110 a. rnil.LIPriBURG. KANSAS. OFFICIAL GOuETY PAPER. BIHSELL & LEWIS. - - - - - - - SATIRDAY, FEliliL'ART 23, 1885. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Mayor C A. Lewis. Police Judge Frank Strain. Councilmf.n : J W.Lowe, S. C. Cummings, Chas Dickey, N. Poling ami C. il. Eeihngwcll. Clerk O. W. Bnodgra. Treasurer O. W. Young. City Marshal B. F. Delph. Rail Road Time Card Eastward. Mail and Express 5:07 AM. Freight aiid accomodation.. .0:30 Westward. Mail and Express 12-19 A. M Freight and accomodation. ..:27 i.M. J. E. 1'ietz, Agent, Marvin. -LOCAL BRIEFS--:- A wreck on the Central Branch, near Greenleaf . delated the Thursday's mail a''out twelve hours. The Phillipsburg Post, No. 77, Grand Army of the Republic, are preparing to render the phy "Hal Hazztid; or the Federal -py," at tho Court House bome time in the f ore part of April. The semi-annual apportionment of the State school fund ha- been received by the county Treasurer and wdl be p iid out on the order of the couaU ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 February 1885

rubUnhed by lilsSELL. Si r.KTIS- PUILLIPSBUKG - - - - KANSAS. GENERAL NEWS. WASHINGTON NOTES.? The Indian Appropriation Bill as report ed to the Senate increases the House bill $152,000. The committee haa etruck out all provisions for the payment of private claims growing out of Indian depredations, but has substituted a general provision re quiring the Secretary of the Interior to re port, at next session, all claims of this na ture, together with such information re garding them as'may have been gathered by agents. The department bill contains new provisions as follows: To supply iood and other necessities of life in cases of dis tress among Indians not having treaty funds arioing from emergencies not foreseen or otherwise provided tor, to be used at the discretion ot the President, $25,000. The feature of the Uouse bill prohibiting, under heavy penal ties, the bale of fire arms to Indians, that amending tae statutes in relation to selling spirituous liquors to Indians, that autho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 February 1885

KANSAS LKOLSLATU11K. Twenty first Soetloa, EOUSE FEBRUARY 14. There were more petitions for a State Entymologist. Among new bills is one by Mr. An- thony, relative to public libraries . One by Mr. Mine to prevent cock fighting. There is such a law in Missouri, and this oui is intended to prevent people Irom that State from coming into Kansas. The committee on claims and accounts made report on Guerilla Raid claims recommending their payment. The bill has been so drawn as to cut down the total amount to be assumed about $280,000; or from what the committe be lieve to be a just and equitable claim, to a Bum which it believes the state can pay easily and without increasing the present levies of taxation. The petition has 13, 000 signers asking the passage of this bill. The Committee on Trice liaid Claims also made a report favorable to their as- sumption and pa3rment by the Slate to the amount of $2o0,000. The bill to establish a State Board cf Pardons was passed upon its third read in...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 February 1885

The Hera jr'niLLir'siirhi:. - KANSAS. l'.r.d Cr t K!:-tr. Kriif. ?715 . i f hiury 7, lsl. Nct" : liTeV-y Elver, tat. ' f:.i!rwli -rairnod FcttU r .tf : :.li.r- cf b:f ir. t.r.ltcn to m.k- f.n j.!. . t ir. fc; j '-f i.'.:-i'.n;aj. .-.Ml tiiiit ;;rccf v. j.i i.r r..f l . j. ;k I.i-i'jrt (curt tr 1'Kl.jlttllf i H .h'.UJi-'. jVli.iSH. CII iliirii 111. ';!,, for thi- p s i.f i t,p sr.d m? nw Hi r. '2. ti.n x". ri?i'" IS It'. nnsi- ta Jo! l v. Urn-i-.-. r- f.. yr...- hi-c i.-tlr.U'.ts reti!'.! ere upci;, ru.r:i.i:'i. of, M.ii :.ti.cU O. W hit- ii. v, i . ;. I.r.i aiu. i'. 1:. Cr.r.ou nd VT. I Mtr-L-in. i.;; of Hh-ri.K J:.fi.iP. 'oi: J.istrELL. lUim il V.rxi. Kw-li. Ate . Leister. I.hti-1 O'JW at il:r i.e. Kanfcba. Junuarr 2, HIM Nl ir-. 1M i;- h r- -l.y friwri tfcM tlie follow ir:C naim J t-.-tt; r i iif in'- cl intention to ii.mki- .l j i :t ii. t: . t : t f.' r.:i:ra, iz.: llii.l f-ttid , 61 a i.i t-t,. . - 1 1 V f - th; I'r-tnie Juchc cr (-';-!'-; li ': : .-. "ail i hii.ii.viu:, Kf ij'...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 March 1885

PKAKTO Til KM TIIVP TIIKY GO FUBWAltD. VOL. VII NO 17 PHILLIPSBURG, KAInTSAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1885. S1.50 IN ADVANCE. is; LaKliS- 1k. I. F. MALLETT, E0LE0TI0 PHYSICIAN. ph:llipsburg, - - Kansas. Ife does an ofliee practice. OlTice In New Drug Rtore, Northwest corner Public Bquare. C. Bruner. Roofing, Sheeting and llepairinr promptly aud neatly dme. S- C. CUMMINGS- Livery, Feed & Sale Stable- Goo J rigs at reasonable rate?. Wm. Bissell-Real-Estate & Loan Agent- Business bdo.w the U. b. Eand Of fice at Kit-win, ar.sas, and be lore tha Department at Washington, D. C, promptly transacted. " C. A. LEWIS, Attorney Counselor. PHILLIPSBUKO, - KANSAS. Co. tions pr mp'lv a'tended to. All business before the U. S Land Offices and Departments at Washington. D. C, and all other legal matters, will be given my immediate attentirn. Central House- E. AL3AUGH. proprietor. PHILLIPSBUFdj. - KA2SAS. Hood san:;.le morns for conimenul travelers. Feed stable io Connection with house. FRANK MCKM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 March 1885

KANSAS LEGISLATURE. Twenty I'irst Session, SENATE FEBRUARY 21. In Committee of the Whole in Senate this forenoon, Senate Appropriation hjlls were passed to-wit: To provide facilities for the department of Natural history in the State Universityjfor additional build ings, etc., for Deaf and Dumb Institute; for deficiencies of expenses of Commis Eioner of Fisheries; "for deficiencies in conveying prisoners to the penitentiary since 1870; and that for payment of State Agent Crawford waa ordered to third reading, subject to amendment and de bate. Bills passed on third reading to create the 19th, 20th, and 21st judicial districts. That for the 19th is a House bill and therefore becomes a law. In afternoon session of the Senate, in committee of the whole, Senate bill No. 48, authorizing incorporations for all law ful purposes, waa indefinitely postponed. Senate bill No. 11G, making appropria tions to reimburse the permanent school fund for money paid for fraudulent school lands, Senate bi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 March 1885

5 s 7 f STOCK SOOBi Points and Items about Kansas Stock A correspondent from Newton eaya that cattle eeem to be healthy and a guuu many caives nave mate their ap pearance and are generally strong and robust. Feed is plentiful yet, but if the cold weather continues much longer there will be little left over, as there is yet eo much corn in the fields the stalks cannot be grazed down as close as usual. Ve consider our etalk fields a great help in wintering our cattle; however, in many localities they are thought to be a detriment and are said to be the cause of the loss of many cattle from eating emut on the stalks. I never knew or even heard of it being proved that a cow or any other animal was killed by eating smut. Many have suffered heavy loeses that have been running their catile in stalk fields, but I venture to eay that in every case the loss i3 traceable to some thing else than smut. Some do not salt their cattle regularly nor see that all their stock gets sufficient water, an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 March 1885

KANHAH. bissf.ll & ij:wih. SATi i:i.vr, MAhcn 7, 180. Arrival and Departure of Mails, Mail t-u.-it .and w-st via. C. B. Mo. RaciJie R. It-. arrive-", 4 a m. leaves 7 'it i lit, daily. Alma and I '1j 1 1 li J .urr Arrives 12 111. ' OlidaVS, Wednesday-) and Fri .lay; leave I p m. Long Island and Phillipsburg Ar rfcspj "" :tl"l K-aVes 1 p. in., on VinsiiiiY-i, Thursdays ami Saturday. Naneand Phillip-burg Arrives 4 p. m., Ti'.e. days and Fridays : leaves bH.ru., Wednesdays and Saturdays. Wngner-vtlle and Phillipsburg Ar rives".' p. in. and l. uvcs o p. in. on Tuesdays; Saturdays. p.it-OiVi.v ours- Opens 8 a in '.I,..-. s at s p m. Sundays opens 9 a nt .jid i liwi-i 7 n in. closes 1 a in and 7.3 i m. Motit v order buspi ers close. :i ij p in. No money order or regicte vttcr ij-.bin .--s transacted undy. ; ' JL O. StAia.iuN(i, P. M. Under the head of "doubled -up," the. Kouks Contv Record chronicle live weddings In Stockton last week. T: last act done by tlie h.i,s congress was to pas...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 March 1885

It f t tile nBiSiG. rniLLirsBuno, - kanhah. OFFICIAL GO u STY PAPER. BISSELL &. LEWIS, Satcruay, March 7, 1885. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Mayor C A. Lewis. Police Judge- Frank Strain. Councilmes : J W. Lowe, H. C. Cummings, Chusi. Diekty, N. Poling und C. H. Letli unwell. Clerk : C. V. Snodgrass. Treasurer G. W. Youug. City Marshal 1$. F. Delph. Rail Road Time Card Eastward. Mall and Express 5:07 AM. Freight and accomodation. ..6:30 ' Westward. Mail and Express, 1219 A. M Freight and accomodation.. .2:27 M. J. E. Pretz, Agent, Marvin. Albums of all kinds at the Post Office. Judge Pratt moved into town this week. Lellingwell & McClung have a few of those nobby fur caps left. J. W. Brady, of Jewell county, ha3 taken a claim in Mound township. Mr. Robinson has moved out on G. W. Stioson's farm, southeast of town. M. II Johnson and Nate Kemp, of Kirwin, were up to the Burg Wednesday. II. C. Spaulding has a good stock of books and a ationery, and if not in stock , can get you anything ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 March 1885

Published by mSt:JLL & LEWIS. PIIILLIPSBURG ... - KANSAS. GENERAL NEWS. CONGRESSIONAL In the Senate Feb. 20, a letter was intro duced from the Secretary of War, transmit trog reports, showing the estimated cost of the lock for Sault St. Marie, Mich. The re port says the lock: will cost $1,542,400, and that tSoo.CSo additional has been secured for the purpose of deepening the channel above the lock and basin below. Senator Miller, of New York, from the Committee on Agriculture, reported favor ably, with amendments, the Hou3e bill for the protection or rorests on the puDiic ao main. Senator Gorman offered a resolution, which was agreed to, calling on the Sec retary cf the Interior for information as to whether the subsidized Pacific railroads have constrncted and are maintaining and operating their own lines of telegraph, and whether telegraphic messages are accepted and transmitted for all persons and cor porations, without discrimination, as pro vided by the act of Jn!y 1, 1862....

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