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

-1 7 V' ? I, 1 -A WHAT W1Z MAKE IT. Let poets sintc and sages brin? The be.st ttieir wits taa borrow, To prove tLis life a scene of stale A scene of strife and sorrow. With some, alas, thL? world may pasa For wiiat thtte worthies make it, But much, to me, it seems to La The very thing we make it. Though grief aiid gloom at times may loom On every tide apuliing, And wroug came m where right hath been, Across our pathway tailing. Yet not a wrong hath life 0 strong But honesty cau right it; And not a path so darlt it hath But chterfuinefcs can light it. Let not in prief life's moments brief Thua fnolibhly be waited, With all its care it hath iis share Of joy, would be but tabte it. Woman a Tl ork. Kate's Victory. "Working girls, of course," said Kate Selwyn, "going home from the factory! Oh, poor things, how tired they look . Do you know, Mr. Yarian, it always seems to me as if they belonged to a diilerent order of being3 from us." "I don't know why you should draw such an inference 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. — 28 March 1885

"MUM i ii ? ha Herald. i'HILLIPSBUDG, KANSAS. OFFICIAL -SOUBTY PAPEi. DISSELL & LEW'S. Saturday, Mai.ch 2, Arrival and Departure of Mails, Mail t'ti.-t ami wet via. (' D. Mo. ,i acitU-D. 11., nrri.'es, 4 :i n. leaves 7 So l in, daiij'. Alma nnd' Phillipsburtr Arrives 12 m, J.1 0!i ,s, Wednesdays and Fri day; leaves 1 p in. Lor,:.; I.-daiid ami Phillipsl.unr Ar- I., in. and leaves 1 ). in., on Ti' :'.- ui vs. Thursdays and Saturdays. ' iCar.ci-;tnd Philli sLurtr A r rives 4 p. in., Tiie. days and Friday-: leaves da. in., Wednesdays ami -iturdays. ' Wairnersvilk and Phillips urg Ar rives 2, p. m. and leaves ; p- u:. on ' Tuesdays Saturdays Post-OiTice fins Opens 8 a in closes :it S p in. Sal. days opt ns '.) a in .and closes 7 p m, clones 10 a in and 7.: j in. Mi)li" order I nisi ' ess closes it o" p in. No'money order rr registe etter bu-ir.e-ii t r i.i -i tcte l uu lay. 31. ('. Sl'AI'l lMNf). P. M. Itobert McLane, the mw mini-ter to France, is the picsent governor id' Maryland. ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 March 1885

1 . V i r- K DSUiU. PHILLIPS BURG, KANSAS OFFICIAL eOuBTY PAPER. BISSEEL & LEWIS, Saturuat, Maucii ISSo. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY- Mayor C. A. Lewis. Police Judge Frank Hiram. f'm-xni.MKX : J W. Lowe. S. C. Cunmiitigs, Chas. Dickey, N. Poling J and C. 11. Letlinsell. Clerk C. AV. Suodgrass. Treasurer -O. W. Youmr. City Marshal .B. F. Delph. Rail Road Time Card Eastward. Mail and Express -5;07 A M. Freight and accomodation. ..0:30 " Westward. Mail and Express... 12-19 A. M Freight and accomodation. ..:27 M. J. E, Pretz, Agent, Marvhi. -LOCAL BTUE Albums of all kinds at the Post Office. G . AV. Young & Co. have a tew nets j of work and buggy harness on hands, j 1 he lit- kai.k jon othco is still on aecK, i ard prepared to turn out all kinds oi work. Our hotel are doing a rushing busi ness, on account of the extra numbers in attendance on c u t. A very disastrous prairie fire, causing considerab'e 1 ss of property, i-s reported by the Orleans (Neb.) Presa. " H. C. Spaulding has a goo...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 March 1885

t . g Published by ISiSSfclLX & LtWIS. PHILLJFSBTJRG - - - XANSAS. A Wisconsin farmer reeomrn-nds as a re cure for potato bugs to p'aat one or two flax seeds in each hill of potatoes He says the bugs will shun it ewry time and for ten years he has been FJCcessfu in growing potatoes. A widow and former resident of New Haven, who recently died in tie "West found herself suffering actual poverty on the day that It. B. Hayes, wlom she had jilted, was inaugurated President. Tiie South is complaining of unusual severity of weather. The grate refuses to grow and the peach trees to blossom in many of the States which rejoice usu ally in early vegetation. In ere is growing on Mrs. Delannoy 6 place, in the hammock near Rockledge, Flo., a Sicily hemp plant that has put on the remarkable growth of thirty feet in less than three months. The Fifth ward of Chattanooga is eo dissatisfied with the new charter that it proposes to secede and establish itself as an independent municipality to be So...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 March 1885

3 A y HODHF BILL KO. 191. First published March 6, lSa5. Permittiiif? the board of county commissions of Barton county, Kansas, to fund its "indebtedness. Be it enacted by the legislature of the state of Section 1. The board of county commissioners of Barton county, Kansas are hereby authorized and empowered to issue and sell the bonds of t-aid coun ty in ainouDt not to exceed fifteen thousand dollars, and apply tiie proceeds thereof exclusively to tae payment of outstanding county orders, and the in terest thereon which are due against taid county at the time of issuing sail bonds. Sjco. 2. No bonds fhall be i-ssued under this act for a lets sum than five hundred dollars, and shail have interest coupons attached thereto, bearing in terest at ttie rate of eix per cent, per annum, and be made payuble to bearer at such place a the com missioners may deem best. Huid bonds not to run rnore than fifteen years, the interest to be payuble semi-annuiilly on the first day of January and July...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 28 March 1885

The Herald. PIIIT.LIP.SIJUIIO. DAVIS & SPAULDINC;, Attorneys at JLavv. North Side Fubllo Square, phtliipsburg. Kansas. Dit. I. F. MALLETT, !. I -J A i I .lkl'.....-.li PHILLIPSBURG, - - KANSAS. lie din- :m fiU-e iraetioe. OUk-e in Nw Iruc Store, Noitliwtst conur l'ulilic Square. S C . CUMM I N G S Livery, Feed Sals Stab Go ml ri-i at rt'usr-naljlp rati:.. 1). L. LAW YE K, Brick Layer and Plasterer, prepared to do all kinds of. masonry Work in a ro; d and workman tike man ner. Ornaiiieutal work a specialty . rhillipbi.:r, Kansas. FRANK MCKHY. ATTORNEY & COUNSEL OR AT LAV. PHILUPSCURG, - KANSAS1 Furnish idistructs of title, make c!" t'e: ions, and traus.u-t a xeber:il laud and 1 1 v 1 iii.'-s. L- W- BETHARDS os?(ni, - - Kansas. LIVERY & FEED STABLE, 5es lis in the city lurnished at reasonable rates. Passengers carried to all parte (if the country. Opposite Fcnvtt House. "cheap gash store. -or J a in e s W o o d s , HAT8 AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES HKY GOODS AND UJtUJJiJIES W...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 April 1885

! y "" ' ..... . ;- sxjjsi5: rro a'niiiM that tiikv go forward. VOL. VII NO 21 PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 188 81.50 IN ADVANCE A The Herald. PHII.LIPrfBUIlG. - KANSAS. OFFIGIAL GOUBTY PAPER, PKLIS1M EVEJLI SiTCEDAI EY BISSELL, & LEWIS, Taptirt aervices, Kev. X. 15. Iloman vi ill preaeh ul the PreBbyterian church,, tm State ttreet l tween '1,'liiril ami Fourth, the rt Sunday iu every month, ut il o'clock, it. m. 1-1 Presbyterian Church, on State i-trcet between Fourth aiul Fifth. Preaching by the l'ai-tor, Hev. Theodore Bracken, every Sunday ut 11 o'clock a. in., excepting the unday in each month. Sabbath achool everv -unday ut 10, a. tu. 7 -1 f. K. Church, corner of Third ami U -treets. "Preaching by the Pas-tor, Kev W. li. Allen, every two wee s ut 11 o'clock, a. in. Sabbath echoed every Sunday at 10, a. in. General prayer meeting every Thursday evening. Young folks prayer meeting each Saturday evening. 7--1 fi . A. It., Philliptcxirt; 1081, No. TT, meets at VT th...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 April 1885

HOUSE BILL NO. 173. rir-t published March 7, 1435. AC! To authorize the board of couuty comuii.seioii.rs of Franklin county to appropriate lumey to build one bridge acroa the Marias ties Cyueo river and one bridge tierce Ki'ht-Miie creek. Be it enacted by the legislature of the state of Kan- BkctionI: Tli:t the board of county comiuisnionrs of the couiity of Franklin are hereby auihorizt-J and empowered to levy and appropriate the aum of eight thouswid dollars addition to the amounts now allowed by law, or so much thereof as ma be neces sary, to erect &ad build one bridge across the Marias den Cynen river on Locust street in the ciry of Ot tawa, in said county: iToeidcd, That feaid county commi-tJoners shall in no case expend any of the money hereby authorized to be leviod and appro priated until "the duly authorized authorities ol the city of Ottawa shall appropriate and authorize to be expended the uia of hve thousiind dollars for the purpo-es of a--ietiug in the erection and ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 April 1885

J Particulars Pertaining to the Fosta. Atchison CJutmpion: Mre. Mary S. Frost, of Topeka, came to Atchi3on yes terday for the purpose of organizing a Ladiea' Ilelief Corps, which is to act in connection with Atchison Post No. 93, G. A. K.. At three o'clock in the afternoon the ladies assembled in Odd Fellows' llall, . and alter some preliminary re marks by lira. Frost, relative to the ob jecta of the order, the duties of officers and other matters of a eecret nature, proceeded to elect officers, as follows: President, Mrs. Nina llochat; Senior Vice President, Mrs. Maude Gerow; Junior Vice President, Mrs. Lou Kirch; Secre tary, Mrs. Mary Cole; Treasurer, Mrs. Mary J. Ilust; Chaplain, Mrs. Sarah De "Witt; Guard, Miss Lizzie Fggleston. Af ter the election the members present were all initiated, and then the officers were installed by Mrs. Frost, who further explained the duties of the officers and members. Oskalooea IndependerU: The G. A. R. entertainment, which occurrred recently, was...

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

; i ne siE ram. PIIILLIPSBUIIG, OFFICIAL GOUETY PAPE?,- BLS; LEWIS. SatuiuUT, Apkil 4, 1S.S). Arrival and Departure of Mails, Mailciistaiid wt't via. C. U- Mo. i'iuitic It. K., arrives, 4 a in. leaves 7 p in, d:iily. Alma ami Pliillipslmrar Arrives 12 ni, ! oixliiys. Wt -dnedaye and Fi day; leave- 1 J m. J.on I.-hiiid it ii tl Pliillipsl.ii rfc Ar-j-j'tsl: m. and leave- 1 . in., u 'Tnesiiays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Nance and Phillipsl.mv An ives 4 r. ni., Tue. days and Fridays; leaves a. in., Wednesdays and Saturdays. Wanej-yilJc and Phiinpb'oiirjr Ar rives - p. in. and Laves o p. in. on Fuesdays Saturdays I'ost-Olliee i i- Opens S a in at .S p Tii. Sundays opens 9 a in and i loses 7 p in, eloses 10 a m and l.'l p ni. Money order husi ess eloses a ii p in. No'iiioney" order or rejUte etter buines transacted uuduy. II. C. SPALLPlNCi, P. M. 'G. W. Nim mocks, of Creat llend has been appointed Judge of the Twentieth Judicial Disiric.. Ex-Cov. James II. lierry, of Arkan sas, has been e...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 April 1885

HIS liSrQiu. PI1ILLIP.SBURG. - KANSAS. OFFiGIAL GO'uCTY PAPER, BIS3ELL & LEWIS, -Satirday, Avkil 4, 1885. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Mayor, C. A. Lewis. Police Judge Frank Strain. Councilmkx : J W.Lowe, K. C. Cummin, Chan Dickey, N. Poling and C. 11. Lellingwell. Clerk C. SnodgrasH. Treasurer G, W. Young. (Jity Marshal B. F. Delpli. Rail Road Time Card Fast ward. Mail and Express ..Jr,07 A M. Freight and accomodation. ..6:3i) Westward. Mail and Express 1210 A. M Freight and accomodation. ..g:27 J.M. J.E, Pretz, Agent, Marvin. -LOCAL BRIEFS- Alburn -i of all kinds at the Post Office. They are going to have a new bridge across the south Solomon, at Stockton. Judge Pratt is making some nice iru provt tnenti around and about his city residence property . The act to legalize the tax levy of the County Commissioners of this county will be found on the inside of this paper. II. C.'Spaulding ha a good stock of books ami s aiionery, and if not in stock , can get you anything in his line as chea...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 April 1885

Fublhcd ly liLSSEJLLi & "LEWIS. PlIILLIPSEUHQ KA2x3AS. GENERAL NEWS. CONGRESSIONAL.. On March 21, Senator Mitchell offered a resolution providing for the appointment of a special committee of five Senators, to inquire jnto and report, not later than the second Monday of next December, as to the number of trade dollars put into circu lation in the United States before their le gal tender was repealed. Objections were raised, and it was laid over together with an ironical substitute offered by Senator Cockrele, proposing to authorize any two or more Senators to constitute themselves an investigating committee, without re ceiving the commission to inquire into any subjects they may deem worthy of investi gation "at home or abroad, on land or sea." Senator Van Wyck introduced a formal resolution directing the official reporters to republish the proceedings of yesterday. Adopted. Pryor reported a resolution from the Com mittee on liules directing that committee to prepare an official...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 April 1885

CLKOl'AIKA. WILLIAM H. BUSlIXELL. No plebeaa hand should pollute with its touch 'lhe form an Emperor otten had careiied 2,o tase bom slave profane the lips a king Had oiten pressed ; No fingers toy with theold-broazd hair Ca-Sitr had thaugnt it joy too sinoota.aud thread V ith loym hnarers; and none the j iweied crown fcnatch from her unbowed head; No impious grasp from o'J the bosom rend, The priceless necklace Antony had given v hen umuk with btaucy , and for which he lost .Loth earth and heaven ; None point with withering ecron and greatness c u&hed None taunt at the head now fallen S3 very low ; Nona pierces the proud heart with words of bitter blight, Keener than falchon'a blow. Long; and unchallenged she has live I a nd ruled Would die Leiictlng all ancient mien, Nor bate one spark of royalty or state In death be still a Queen! Then tearing loose from oil the rounded arm The je we 8 that she nevermore would clasp, She gave tfce richest blood that Kgvpt could bo ait, To pou...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 April 1885

s' - I ! ! 5 . nm nor ciiii. miLMPsnUlIo. - KANSAS. n r? r ? "7 s-iui mx 11 I !t5;.!- free, co.s six cents lor ind receive co.stly Imx of good vlii n will help you to more liionev rirht away tliaii a uytliiti else in this worlI. f either sex, sue- cee.l from rir-t )tur. The hro.ul r.-ad to fortune ojteos before workers, ahso lutely Hure. At once address True d. Co., Au-u.stu, Maine. 7-13. lyr Buckltrfi's Arnica Salv- The Test Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises , Salt Rheum, Fever Sore?, Tet ter, Chapped Hands Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, arid po.-iavely cures l'ile.s, or no pay required, It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded, rrice 25 cents per box. l or sale bv Sprasme & Son. vii Eugene John , Kirwin, is sole agent in Phillips county for the celebrated Spoou er Patent collar. He also has a full ilne of SADDLES,.. liKLDLES, - '' ' ' UAIJ'ERS, " " WHIPS, SPLTtS, EL Y--NETS and makes a SPECIALTY of HAND MADE HARNESS. (iive him a call befo...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 April 1885

SI'EVIi TO Til RIM THAT THEY GO FORWARD. VOL. VII NO 22 PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1835. SI. 50 IN ADVANCE. raid. me 140 rillLLII'SBUIlG, - KANSAS. OFFI0IAL GOUDTY PAPER, C . . ' . ' Pl'SLISSED LVERI EATl'ESAI HY LEWIS KORNS. murcjFJXi-mr".i. Wii imp-mi iii n kjs. WLnwit3 llUTclltZ. 7.!i;tist frrviits, Kev. N. Ii. Ilonian will preach --'nt the I'ronljy ti'rirtii church, on Mate Hr t be tween Fourth ;.n I Fifth, theiirst Sunday in every month, al 1! o'clock, ;i. m. 7--1 Dret-bytcrian Church, on State t-trect between Fourth and I-'i f'l .'i. i'rer.ehing, by the l'astor, Itev. Tht-odure Bracken, every Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m., excepting the lir.t Sunday in each month. Sabbath school i-vi rv Minihy at 10, a. m. 7 l 1 7. r.. Cluin h, corner or Third uti'i G Stre-ts?. Preaching. ; by the 1'arlor, Bev W. 11. Alien, CWrv ti)iYliH at 11 i) clock, u. Saoimth hchool every a n.l ty at If, u. m. General prayer meeting i vciv Thins l:iv evening. Young folks lrycr mcct.ntf t-uch S...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 April 1885

KANSAS STATE NEWS. Erie ia talking up three churches. George J. Hess, of Oxford, owns a mad stone. Allen county had its first grand jury since lct,t. Lawrence claims the largest Corliss engine in the State. A new stone quarry has been opened in the public sbuare of Galesburg. Strong City claims to be the only town in Kansas that does not owe a cent. Newton has voted $15,000 in bonds for the purpose of erecting a new sciiool house. The freight receipts of the Santa Fe at "Wichita for the last thirty days have been $5,000. Capt. William IIiggin.3, the veteran Sergeant-at-Arms, is buying town lots at Medicine Lodge. Minneapolis is now a city of the sec ond class, with over 2,000 inhabitants, and three wards. It is proposed to hold a reunion of the Sixth Kansas cavalry at Wichita some time during the Spring. The papers this season call persons who burn prairie, "lire fiends," but the destruction goes on all the same. A two days session of the Southwestern Kaneaa Teacher's Association wa...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 April 1885

The Surtcrial Pecuilarltie ol Some of Our Stateaiueu. Washington Let'.er to Cleveland Leader. Luke 1J. i'oland is the only relic of the old statf-emen of the days of Clay, Cal houn and Webster, lie still clinga to the 6w allow-tsil coat, with the bright gold buttons which were used by all of the fashionable men of that time. It is cleaner and prettier than the Prince Al bert or the cutaway of the present. In fact the dress of men has been growing simpler during the past century. Wash ington, who died in 1790, wore ruiiies on his sleeve?, and half of the men who signed the Declaration of Independence wore powdered wig3. Jeilerson eported knee-breeches, and Madison was proud of having worn a suit of clothes of Amer ican make at his inauguration. Daniel Webster usually wore a suit of a snulf-brown color, with a large, eoft necktie. Martin Van Buren was very fastidious about his clothes, and always appeared during the Summer in the whitest of white duck linen. His clothes i were cut in ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 April 1885

H The r ill. KANSAS. rn i LLipnu kg. OFFICIAL GOUBTY FAPBi?. LEWIH & lvOKN.S. SATll:lA', Al'Kli. 1!, lfc Arrival and Departura of Malls, Mail t .t ami wer-.t via. C 1$. Mo. Pacific It. 11., arrives, 4 a, m. leaves T 'iU i in, daily. Alma and I'hUHpmirrr Arrives 12 in, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri .day-'; leaves 1 j m. Lou;; Island and Phillips!. urpr Ar-n-rcs - in. ami leaves 1 . m., on ruesiiayr. Thursdays and Saturdays. Nance atnl Philli slmn; Arrives 4 p. in., Tm vdays and Fridays ; leaves . a. m., W't dnVxiaj s and Saturdays. Waixnersvillc and Phillipaburij Ar rives 1 p. in. and leavers p. in. on Tuesdays (Saturdays. I'r.st-Olliee fust Opens 8 a ni closes at 8 p in. Sundays opens 9 a in and closes 7 ip, closes 10 a m and 7.3 pin. Monv order luisix ess closes a n in. N nnne order or reiriste etter Lrtiiit.-s transacted unday. . II. C Hi'ai:i.I)ino, P. M VALEDICTORY- Having sold the II kkamj to Messrs. Lewis & Korns, who this week assume .control, we wish to say a few words...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 April 1885

rniixiPsBURo. 10. KANSAS. OFFICIAL 60GBTY PAPER. LEWIS & KORNS. ; Sati tay, Arim. 11, 18So. LOCAL BRIEFS----- Wall paper, styles fresh and new, at Sprague's. A good variety of base balls and bats ' at the post ollice. Honey loaned on farm 'property at the Citizens Bank. " ' Honey lo-u.t, grass and clover seed t at D. A. Killing's. II. C. Sprague has received some ele gant. patterns of wall paper. To buy a good hat cheap at D. A -Ilnling s is the latest thing out. Try it. The Citizens Bank are now prepared ) to make farm loans at reasonable rates. See hete, boys ! If you want a nice , ball and bat, you can get them at the j ' post ollice. Dr. I Miley, of Marvin, has received Cword from Ohio that his father is net i expected to live. . You will find a nice line of new styles wall pper at G. V, Bklcford's Palict ;Drug4 itore. The M. E. Mite Society will meet at tthe re-adeuce of Mrs. O. W. Bickford , next Tuevday evening f ' Read, all the advertisements of spring -medicines, and th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 April 1885

Published by lils.tLL & LEW13. PHILLIPSBTJRG - - - KANSAS. Although rice the chief article of consumption in Sierra Leon, not one pint is grown on the peninsula, and the price of this food staple is regulated by the fa cilities of transit and the number of in ternecine conflicts of the adjacent tribes of savages. Dayid Salzman, a lad of 13, is an in terpreter at Castle Garden, and speaks English, Polish, Hungarian, Bohemian, German and Russian. He crossed the Atlantic alone two years ago, and se cured the present position soon after his arrival. An analysis of railroad accidents com pared with the amount of travel, tends to show that if a person were to travel 10 hours a day, at a speed of 10 miles an hour, during every day in the year, he would probably be killed at the end of 1,833 years. An apple tree, from which three bush els of fruit w ere uathened last season, in Pelk township, Monroe county ,this State, is said to have been set out in 1754 by Major Reuben Gregory, great ...

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