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

Build firm, build firm, en a rock, yoang zna.n. And iiol on the t-hlltiiig baud, Betjlu the wi ik in your tony hie, Mie rcoy him htioiijj of LutUii, .Lulld Lnn. You will renp the fruit ia af:er years, La8 uu oia man tmuiii gray, And it jou have imt ihu iuai.tr oil. And Lcjln Hie vOik louay, liuila li.m. Uoeia low dsiw u at the very bae, Aud aiy wuU all iron wiu, For there e pleuty ot obstacles to fcuiinount. If you pro;,Le jou wouul luliiU, lidiid liriu. TLat your house of life be fir to see 'io the worm as iigoei alui.g, You must lay ins luuiidauou ueep and plumb. And your umauury must be hUoiig. Uood hati;s are stones of high degree, 'lhat IhULiUer bo. Jail IO lend. And Lonttiy niaktB a corner stone On which ica may well depend. Baud titm. And after that you may ornament Ana iretco at your wiU, Toa may hil jour hauoo with works oi art, 'Tin j our nx k douuu castle slid. Build urm. Then loving words and kindly Ieeds V hi Lloaooia like tooes rare About tiie beaumul dwelling houba Yo...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 7 March 1885

he Herald. . Phillips Burn.;. KANSAS. Li-nU Tidio: tit Kirwin, Kdh. 7!ij February 7, liiS. Notici in hereny 'ivn that tte follow intf-named settler bus filed lu.tice f h'.f intention to m:ik.- An al ' n ol in -uj it cl his cl'.rD, urd trmt c-.-d proof m-i,!- Inter- the fi.-ik District Court or Prcl te ii.t-Ve 'it 1'liiliiil.iiiKi KaLfuH, on ilarch 1K'., viz: HlCHARD K. MtCACl.ET, ltd. 71 for the . no nw V tie X and e V nw i -. 2, town -2, rane l. He nimes the fol loiri'' vUiif ftrt to prove hi-v.tttii:u u rerirtenre tipon. ntid cultivation of, t-uid land, viz: O. Whit ney, T. (. LarWin, I'. R. ( annou and W. L. .Mor ptii. a;iof Hii!:-k!e, Karf.-m. John lSineKiA, ntmchl Win. LU-.-ll, Atfy. KcKter. I.uud OiS': at Kirwia, Ksriprie. gi.i-j " J'ciuary 2, 15. N :; v he.-voy iri .cn thut ii.e follow in.; named pettier hu f.lt-d notW of hi" illation to make fin . ;il proof in rupi oi t of Lit" el.thc find that caid proof ;:t t ni-iiiu I. .t.,. tVk. Vrolv.?e .ln.1-'.. nr Clerk l)i.iri t t ur...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 March 1885

S3?EVlt TO TIIEM THAT THEY GO FORWAKD. VOL. VII NO 18 PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1885. $1.50 IN advance: ra a iiii Lhl IDS County A s PHILLIPSBURG, - KANSAS liiCORFORATED, 1880. II AUTHORIZED CAPITAISBO.OOO PAID UP CAPITAL, $10,000, DE L IN REAL ESTATE, Choice improved Farms for sale or rent 3"A personal interview or correspondence solicited from parties desiring to j bay or eell Ileal Estate in Fbillips county, Kansas. Agent for the Old and ReUblo Of IIAliTFOED, CONN. H MAKES FINAL PROOF, h !: aod pays out on Pro-crcptiond, Loaa3 Money, Discounts Notea, Iseues CortiScate ji ofiDepofiit, payable on demand, Sells Passage i ickets j! to and from Europe, Buys and pells exchange, make3 collections, and jj doert a General Banking Business. !i ji DIRECTORS i GEO. W. YOUNG, II. C. SPAULDINO, HENRY BTIVERP, j II. HOG EES J. F. MORSE. ji OFFICERS GEO. W.YOUNO President. J. F. MORSE Bouth side Public Square, first ioor west Centra nouso PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS Dry Goods, Notions, ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 March 1885

KANSAS LEGISLATURE. Twenty First Session. SENATE FEBRUARY 28. In the Senate during the forenoon, the Committee on Claims reported against the appropriation of $50,000 for the Sol diers' Home which had passed the House. The House resolution asking the At torney General for information in regard to the Pusey defalcation was indefinitely postponed. In the afternoon the appropriation bill for the Executive and Judicial Depart ments, the bill for building and remov ing the imbecile school to Winfield, and the bill to establish the office of State Entomologist and appropriations for ex penses of the office, passed to a third reading. HOUSE FEBRUARY The following bills were read third time and passed, except as votid. Mr. Bryant's bill for formation ot mutual live-stock companies. Mr. Collin's bill for formation and reputation of mutual fire insurance companies. Mr. Corwin's bill for formation of township mutual in surance companies was defeated. Mr. Slaven's bill to punish malicious mis c...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 March 1885

i ? r " r t - 4 j4tout Kail road 3. Extracts from Senator Buehan's erxech in the Seuntu of hf Sta'.e of Kansason the t HVctof Krf.ii fas HuurMilU aud on the work of the Board of itai . road Co mm it-siouers. The Commissioners plan which we have adopted, and which is now on trial in this Estate, is the only method which has proved .satisfactory in any of the States where a regulation of freight rates has been attempted. In Wisconsin, in Iowa, in Illinois, and in other States, the plan of passing maximum freight laws was a few years ago adopted, and in every instance it has been abandoned after an experience of from two to four yeare, and the Commission plan has been substi tuted. No State which haa once adopted the Commission plan has ever abandoned it for a maximum rate plan, while every State which ha9 adopted the latter plan (has been forced by complaints of the ;people and ot shippers, to return to the Commisfcion. The great troubles which grow out of a maximum statutory rate sch...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 March 1885

1 113 iieraiu. ,?inLT,IPIUIIiCJ, - KANSAS 0? iOUETY PAPE?V ILL & LFWI8. Sati: dav.Ma'Cu 14, iSrfo. Arrival and Departure cf Mails, Mail east itii'l -T.-t via. C. Ii. Mo. Pa c i lie U. IL. arrives, 4 a ni. leaves ? 'o i ni, daily. Alma ami P.iilliphtirg Arrives 12 m, Momiayi. Wednesda ys and Fri day-; leaves- 1 ; in. Long Island ami PhiHipsburg Ar rucn 1. m. ami haves 1 p. in., mi Tuesdays, Ti.uivtlay.-4 ami Sal n r lays. Nam-cand l'h i Hi psl u rg A rri ves 4 p.' in., Ti; .days ami Fridays: haves 3a. 111.. v. i olle-oas a " I . ' I. .1. ... -.itii-.i..-J Wagii.-r.vilh nd Phillipsburg Ar I rive Hp. in. ami leuvw li p. m. on ; Tuesdays Saturdays ! Pn-a-OiwVe. i:i- Open S a m j closes at s p in. iiiidav open a ni ! ami (.1. - p m .-'-. in a in ami Ii III. X'fiJp-Y ii.'UF lul l' t C'.n.es il I f p i.i, N- money order r ivv;iste el'ter im 'i -i i tr i i cue I mi It.'. il. ('. Si'.M i .in .n;. I. M. KO.Ull.VESr KAN'31 IA THE l.G!SLA 1URE.. Tho noithwe tern poitioiiof Kausa-, was ably ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 March 1885

V V r erald. PIIILLIPrfBURa, OFFICIAL SOuDTY PAPER. BIK-SELL & LEWIS. Satikiav, MauCH 14, 1835. OFFICIAL D I RECTOR Y- Mayor C. A. Lewis. Police Judge Frank strain. Councilman : J W. Lowe, S. C. .Cummin, Clius Dicltey, N. Poling and C. 11. Letruigwell. Clerk u- W- Knodgrass. Treasurer CS. V'. Young. City Marshal B. F. Delph. Rail Road Time Card Eastward. Mail and Ex priori ...5:07 AM. Freight and accomodation. ..t:30 Westward. Mail and Express 12-10 A. 1 Freight und a:coindation...;:-7 '.M. J.E. Pretz, Agent, Marvin. - LOCAL BRIEFS- A pol' HO nil- III lilc UiUI.-fjy il.lf. Her narrative friskily w jriu- auU ; Ttie wilil iiijo.-- squuukelu atiiAurt tu.; i-ky, The n)riiii; L-ixczo hums like a Ooltlu iiy ; AuJ There! our last ink b trle is smished to flinders, but perhaps that spring poet will seek a mot e c uigenial .ttiu Habere. . Albums of all kinds at the Pot office. On a-coiint ot' thi d n tti u W'ednes d iy evening the Mite Society will not meet next w.-ek. H. C. 3auldin has ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 March 1885

PnUbjhed by lllssF.LL & LEWIS. PUILLIPSBUIiO - - - KANSAS. GENEHAL NEWS. MISCELLANEOUS. An application for an injunction to re strain Jay Gould and other directors from voting at the annual election of oincera of the Iron Mountaiu road, on the 10th inst.. twenty two millions of stock of that road, which he holds as trustee, feas been made in the Circuit Court at St. Louis. If the court sustains this injunction, only nine hundred shares of Iron Mountain stoc will be left free to vote at the annual meet ine. and a strong point will be gained by the men who are endeavoring to wrest the Iron Mountain and Wabash roads from the control of Gould and the Missouri Pacinc In response to a circular from Fenian Brotherhood headquarters in New York, Chicago has organized two regiments of 1,000 men each for service in the Soudau to operate with Mahdi against the Uritisn Sums of money have been raised in circles in New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Buf falo and Chicago. It is claimed that Mar ee...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 March 1885

I i 7 3 i 0 J ' , 1 .' V , I) J '.I jr t. TUEIOl'XC MOTHEK'S SOLILOQUY. Fre b from the bath, Ruddy boy of mino; What could be swee'er Thau flesh of thine? One Wis j lor me. Swtet, sw.-et, ytxoxa. dimpled chia To pink-iinted feet. Oat in the world. They tell me 'tis gay; Pleasures uutold I am losing, thy say; You are my world, Boy of mine; Sou are my world, And I am thine. W hen thy father cornea At eventide, lie brings his chair Close i-y my side, Over his book timiies at me. And both, my boy, We bialie at thee. What do we care that 1 he world moves on, With no need to frolic, No eud to fan. We are his world, Boy of mine; lie is our world. And we are thine. Anonymous. TUB VVOJ1AN QUESTION. BY CRACK GKEKNWOOD. No! I wou'dn't demane meself, Bridget, Like you in dispu'.iu' wid men Would I fly ju the face of the blessed Apostles, and iather Maginn? It isn't the talent I'm wautin' Sure my father, bold Miehael ifeCrary, Made a beautiful tpache and confession, When they Lung him in ouid Ti...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 March 1885

V The Herald. I.aLiCJce tit Kirwin, Kunsaa. February 7, 1HS5. "ot.iri V t'-fby ?iTM that the following-named m-tll'T l:fl6 7i L.j 1 Ettirv of tin iuleiitian to anke Un til r r ioX ;u f-uppcrt cf hi- clniin, anil ttist f,i J proof uiL made tefore th; Clerk District t.'..art or prcfcitt Judge at i'tiiiipeburg, Kaiif a, fcD ilarrh 1-vvS, viz: Kichakd It. McCaci ett, Hd. 71.So, for tbe r.e nw ' BnJ h t,w v, o. U, town , rwc 1M. lie nuitifS tn- fol .w iiitf witnt?cs to prove hi rontincou reidVnre vuon, mid cultivation of, mid lnnd, viz: O. W in'.-i.,-v T. G. Lfirkin, K. K. Cafei.oii and W. L- -f-r-i'mj all of H'.Un'td-, KhUfa. Joir.N bisstKLL, tl imrLtt Wm. Bi-vU, Att'y. Ketri-ter. Laud Cllr tt Kirwin, Kunms. February A lKf-5. Nitir is h-.Jiy Pivr-n thnt the follow iajMiumed c'-: r bnailtn notice of bin intention to wake fcn uf'rouf in fcuuport cf hlf cluini, und lbl raid proof V.-.U be rciule before the Kept-lrr or lUoelvt-r tit K.rwUi, KlUifaH, on April 1U, lstS, viz: Thomas Davison, D...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 March 1885

fcSI' K.AK TO 'X'H-IM THAT '-TK CY OO KOKWAHD. VOL. VII NO 19 PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1885. S1.50 IN ADVANCE. PS A lillips "D TJ TT T 1 DC DT T D - t - - IHCORPORATED, 1880. I) AUTHORIZED CAP1TAL,$50.0Q0 PAID UP CAPITAL, $10,000, DE L IN REAL ESTATE, CLoice improved Farms for sale or rent S5A personal interview or correspondence solicited from parties desiring to buy or sell Heal Estate in Phillips county, Kausas. Agent (or the OIJ and Reliable Oi HARTFORD, CONN. HMSKES FINAL PROOF, i- trtd pays out on Pro emptions. Loans Money, Discounts Notes, Issues Certificate 'i' Deposit, payable on demand. ens k-'assa&e to and from Europe, Buys and sells exchange, makes collections, and does it General Banking Business. DIRECTORS GEO. V. YOUNG, II. C. PAULDING, HENRY STIVERS, 11. ROGERS J. F. HORSE. -OFFICERS GEO. W.YOUNG President. J. F. MOUSE H. 8, Poiinp & Co., 1 U I. 11 u tt-M L I 3 ?; u n, V 1 'v. i ipi'j bmm hmk & o WiiiSy South side Public Square, first doo...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 March 1885

THE BOYS IN BLUE. Fourth Annual Encampment of the Grand Aiu.y iu Kminas at tort Scott A. Multi tude ol .Delegates. FIRST DAT. The fourth annual Encampment of the G. A. II lor the District of Kamaa, which assembled in Fort Scjtt March 10 h with i- auxiliary bodies, the Sons of Veterans at d the Woman's Relief Corps, ia the largest representative b -dy that ever assembied in Kansas. The number in attendance wat e&timated at 2,000. The city was hand somely and profusely decorated, and visit ors were comfortably supplied with quar ters. The encampment was called to order by Commander Pond, and after the roll call oi officers, which showed all present, Mayor Pearsa'l of Fort Scott was introduced and welcomed the delegates to the city in an appropriate speech. The report of the committee on cre dentials was then taken up and its consid eration partially completed, when a dis patch was received and read by Commander Pond from Governer Martin. coruplinient ary to the encampment and expr...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 March 1885

r h u 0 r ) i r ! AUNT EKTIllCAL'S ST OUT. A CTTUBCH FAIK. Yts, they've had their old church fair, in t-uue o' wli&t 1 said. An' 'twas a lottery too, I nwear, An' O! thai I ver dead! Fr ever aince 1 reeerlect This ctinrch htta been my pride. An' liCver old 1 dream nor "epect But 'twould be tlxl 1 died. But this old church I loved bo well The Devil has got in, An" turned Injo a gambliu' hell . I'lay guinea of chance to win. I ued to be a shinin' light Within ihU very church. An' shout au' sinj? with au my might, An' lead when in a lurch; Now stylish folks have moved in here Who are too mo vd to fk ay, hjx' bay tnat 1 ain old aa' queer, au' have eutlivtd my day." They have their sewin' beea an' aich To make ihin'n for the fair, (Bultno' 1 never took a Hitch, 'or never 'viied there.) An' they make quilts an' pretty thln's Of biik an fcauiis line, An' give 'em to tne gal that wins. Which makes the others whine. An' there was sq'ilnt-eyed Sally Brown, An' what do you buj pose? Vo'.ed...

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 March 1885

The Herald. PHI LLli'MJlJl.CJ, KANSAS. OFFICIAL GOUI2TY PAPB?V- jjissr.i.ii a. i,t'vi,s. S.vrr iay,M o.i 21. Arrival and Departure of Malls. Mai! oust ; I m I west via. C. It. Mo. I'ncHtc li. II . arrives, 4 a in. loaves T i in. daily. A Una and I'lilllijl'tirir Arrives 12 tn, Monday. Wednt-days and Fri claw: lea voi 1 J' tu. I.onir Island and Pliillipshiirg Ar rcis 1 n. and leaves 1 p. m., on Tuesiiiiys. Thursday and Saturdtixs. N;:iih- Mini IMiillipsl.urtr Arrives 4 p. m , Tne.day and Kridayn ; leaves ft a. in.. Widnt.-days and atuniays W.-crn-. i- vill: .md IMiilHpsburg Ar rives . ii!. ainl leaven o p. in. on Tuesdays SjiturdaVH Pii,t-)IhV? I u- Opens 8 a in rlosis atKpm. Sundays open- t) a in ami t lose 7 jun, eioses H a in and 7..i p in. Money order btlsi ess close a H p in. No money order or registc otter li i si n tr i n tctwl :iu 1 i y'. 11. C. Si'Al l.DiNf;. P. M. 1 hi re will be a nia-.s meeting uC the C.iuri H'-ue in A' c: hi. -on on Monday, the -J:d nr, of "all c.li.en.s...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 March 1885

The Herald. PHILLIPSBURG, - ICAN'SAS OFFI0IAL GOGBTY PAPER. 1HSSELL & LUWIB. Sati kiay, Makch 21, 1885. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Mayor C A. Lewis. Police Judge Frank Strain. Councii.mkn : J W.Lowe, 8. C Cummings, Chat Dickey, N. Poling and C 11. Letli unwell. Clerk- O. W. Snodtrras. Treasurer G. W. Young. Citv Marshal B. F. Delph Rail Road Time Card Eastward. Mail and Express ...5:07 A M. Freight at.d accomodation. ..:3i Westward. Mail and Express... 12-19 A. M Freight and accomodation. ..f;:27 .M. J.E. Pretz, Agent, Marvin. LQCAL BRIEFS---- Albums ! all kind- at tie 1'ost t uice. A p. d N-. 1 hofe & d a )earliig col', lor sale. Empii.e o D A. Hilling. II. C. Spauld-ng has a go -d stock f bonk- an 1 a a'ionerj, and if not in stnek , caM get you anything in his line as cheap a- the che ipe-t. tf Fott Salk : A second hand Mirring plow aim .t as good as new. Inquire at thi ffice. The Plain vil! Pre, published t riai vtlie, Hooks County', ia one of our neat I ttle exchanges. The ihei...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 March 1885

Published Vy 1JL-SKLL & LEWIS. PUILLirSBUIiG - - - - KANSAS. Onb of the moet wonderful chasms eyer mentioned is eaid to have been re cently discovered in San Luis Obispo county, California. An adventurous ex plorer was lowered into it to the depth of -4,000 feet without finding any bottom. The eides of the chasm are covered with magnificent cream colored stalact ites. 'Among the novel table decorations re cently designed by a New York florist was a miniature forest of spruce, pine, hemlock and other branches, beneath which were scattered pine needles, cones, leaves, moss and twigs, as in a natural forest; and perched among the foliage were partridges, squirrels, owls, hawks, and other reminders of forest life. A woman in New York, it is said, makes a handsome competence by sell ing pianos which she advertises "in use only a week, first-class, to be sold at a sacrifice on account of reverses in for tune." She Las an arrangement with a manufacturer of cheap but showy instru ments,...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 March 1885

STOCK SiCTlBS. JfoUita ami Itean About ILanaaa Stock. Peabody Graphic: J. S. Mize, of Flor ence, who recently returned from a visit to his father, a heavy cattle owner at Medicine Lodge, gives a very discourag ing report of the condition of the range cattle in thai eection. Mr. Mize says that at the time ct hia visit, prior to the late storm, fully fixty per cent 01 the cattle had died, and those living were lit tle better than animated skeletons, with scarcely strength enough to keep them oa their ft-et. Similar reports from other parts of the country, where cattle are kept on ranges daring the winter, have been received, and the death loss in dol lars and cents this winter is almost be yond computation. The experiences of this winter have taught the stockmen a lesson that they will doubtless heed. They have discovered at last that cattle cannot be raised like wild animals, with no expense other than branding and rounding up for sale. The time was when immense fortunes were made by...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 March 1885

- i SBfS.d. '4 1 t IIU PHILLIP-BURG. - KANSAS. Laiid Q&Qft at Uiruin, Kuiihbs. g-.g February 7, ISSo. Vcii- w hereby Riven tfcat .he follow h.r r.i.rned -Vti.is- f !c d rcli'-e r.f hi- r.Ui.tu.:- to ti.-.ke fin- Probate .Judge at PUUUjbl.u: Kouikrca VS. l?o, viz: Richard E. ycCaUi.EY, rid ?1C5 Tor the r.c .V nw lncJi and e cf S town 2, Hr j;: T 'i I -:. F K. Cannon and W. L. Nor glii;WK.r.: John il liiciii-'l Wm. Uinsei:, Alt y. heater. Lttud Office t-t K.irv in, Kr.neas. 3 Ft-tjuury 20, 1S.-5. Noti-'-e N N-r bv civon that the follow ii?-ran:ed aett U-r h-,, fil.-d notice hi- intention to ui:.e Lb il iml,f in r-si Irt of hUclaiui, and that said ,.-rcof tiU Ufor- the ItcKi-U-r or Keener at Kirvuu, hawr, cn Ar.nl l'J, i viz: Thomas Davison, He nam, h the fotlowir.K witnesses to proe li..? , contiguous rc-idem-- upon, and cuilivi.Ueii c, e.-.w i laud, viz: Oliver l'u.dn, llsrt.iu Po;0.-y, A.jr.-u Eide and John liri, all ?'. Kv"'r'-V, I ' Wm. Bi-aell, Att'y. i:ier. tid OlUce !v sv '...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 March 1885

i i V H Ji jl ji jl j II j SPKAK 'J?0 THEM TIIVJ" TIIKY GO FORWARD. VOL. VII NO 20 PHILL1PSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MARCH 28, -18S5. $1.50 IN ADVANCE. 1 1 rases a e-tii ids wounw A dtiti T TDCDTTDr. , LTAMQAQ t t --:-- !: HCORPORATED, 1880. I) AUTHORIZED CAP TAL,$5O.O00; PAID UP CAPITAL, $10,000, j; D L. 'IN REAL ESTATE, i Choice improved Farms for sale or rent ii C5?A personal interview or correspondence solicited from parties desiring to buy or hell Real Estate in i'Lil lips county, Kansas. Agent lor the Old and Reliable ii.cean.i2r Insurance CO, Oi HARTFORD, CONN. H MSKES FINAL PROOF, ji :ind pays out on Pre-emptions, Loans Money, Discounts Notes, Issues Certificate :; ; of Deposit, payable on demand, I; Sells Passage to ami from Earope, Buys ami ells exchange, make? collections, and j does a (Jeneial Banking Business. !: I5IRECTOHS ! ! GEO. W. YOUNG, Jl. C. HPAULDING, HENRY STIVERS, ; ; R. ROGERS J. F. MORSE. r OFFICERS GEO. W.YOUNG President. J. F. MORSE HL S Polins: bimtf hmn &...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 March 1885

grand Aitarr uuEAJrxas. Farticularn Fertalning to tiie fusts. Fort Scott Herald: Headee, as you see the Grand Army men, strong anc vigor ous, taking the lead in all matters, and enjoying their reunions with the pleasure of a schoolboy in vacation, does it ever occur to you that a few short years will make a great change in these aeroes? The youngest of them are now middle aged men, who were boys in 1S71. Few came out of that war without the seeds of disease in them, and the years are ncVfast taking them off. In the de partment of Kansas alone, 140 ha-e died during the past year. The deaths will increase in proportion every year. Un like other societies, thi3 one has no way of increasing its losses by death, s it is limited to soldiers of the rebellion alone. Twenty years hence, and the G.A. 11. will be much smaller than now, ind in thirty years it will be Grand only in the memory of deeds performed fur the country. But how grand it will La con sidered in history we cannot realise. W...

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