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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 April 1885

&KVX:N GOLIJ EEiDi. ItAVaiCK THOMPSON-. svcii gold reeds grew tall and slim. CiOe by tiie river's beaded brim. flyrlcx, the naiad, flitted pa-t; laa, uie goat-hooled, lollowed fact. Oh, such a race'was jry ta see, fcwift as the night oi bird or bee. As lightly beat the girl's white feet Tne? um.de strange music, low and sweet: So Heavily trod the luty Pan His hoofs clashed loudly as he raa. He spread his arms to clasp her there (J list a& sne vanished Into air), 4.nd to his bosom, wrxn and roush, lrew the gold reeds close enough. Then the wind's low voice began To hum in the furry ears ot tan. Out of green bark he mad 6 a tether, And bound seven joints of the reeds together, And blew a tune so sweet and clear. That all the wild things came to hear. So, to this day, the poet's fire Springs out of hla unslacked desire, When love on winged feet has fled. Z And seven gold reeds are clasped instead! Harpir'a ilaijazim. THE LOST.BATTLE. KOKB HAWTHORNE LATHP.Oi To bis heart it stru...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 April 1885

) 1 ' ie mm. phil. lii'.sjiuiu;, - KAN.SAH. . Siiip-lcji for Stock- Sulphur U a goud tunic, and although m b. ; -t-s und faults me well ltd uud kj.t us iin. conditio:., I ive eat ia one ji hrtJtj-iti (:ibij;Ho -tid oi suliluir once ;i ; k ns ioi. :i kept in stabiu ou dry lood. v hen in ia.-Uir they don'i i-.tea it. if this is done Wednesday evening, then I K'Vl ' " ;ae nuHntity of pure v...od ;t.-hi s in their nif-a.1 moss every S.iiuriiay evening. 1 uw give.ir.w tauie . ' ii.-t t-ii. !,. .i.t.ii.i is well "' i' - . ". . . .. . .i I imxAu in it : ; t i n y l i ci v a.;;?", iMii i .it' nielli U tiien .s'. tried up evenly in id. This op er:ites :t ti i-reeutive of lice. W hen WMnted t" m)1 on cattle cheeping l;tbk-.--po)a:'-.i is vell mixed with iU-mhid four tpKTi.-. i oran, s-nrts, corn or any other iue.i.l; k u:v. . (,:) fo:d oyrry day provided it not c ur the c utile, and if so. then ,;tot so often. '1 he ci'iwt of the sulphur st be wtucl.c-d. it the lice and their ,l4,:s tire fibo...

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 April 1885

SPKAIL '-TO TIIKM THAT 'J?HEY GO 30 1 i.VVl ili. VOL. VII NO 23 PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1835. Si. 50 IN ADVANCE. lerald. ill it I1U tE - PHILLIPSBURG. - KANSAS. OFFICIAL GOUBTY PAPER. PCBLIS2ED ETEHI BAICEMI BY LEWIS & KOKNS. id Mr nrrnrs. TJapttflt services, Rev. X. B. Uotnan wiil preuch at the Prenbyterinn church, on State filrect be tween Fourth aiid Fifth, the tirtt Sunduy in every month, at 11 o'clock, a. in. 7-i!l TreBbytei ian Chuich, on State ptreet bttweeu Fourth and Fifth. I'rcachins; by the lJ&htor, Rev. Tac-odore bracken, every Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m., exceptim; the firi-t Sunday ia each nioi:th. Babbath school cverv Sunday at 10, a. m. 7 -1 Tl f. E. Church, corner of Third and O Sii-tt. '"Preaching by the Factor, Itev W. K. Allen, every two we-kb at 11 o'clock, a. m. Sabbuth chool very Sunday at 1(J, u. m. Gt-iniral p raver iaettiut? every Thursday evening. Youn folks prayer meeting each Saturday evening. 7-l tcrci ecu firs. fy . A. R., Phil...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 April 1885

KANSAS Kot a.. Incidents Among the Fanners ot the htitte. Cheyenne Journal: There are eorne fields of wheat that have been considered wortblef-s and damaged beyond all hope of making a crop that it would pay to harvest. Koine of these nave already been plowed up and will be used for other crop3. It seems to tne journal. and it is also the opinion of many ex perienced wheat growers, that uch a course ought not to be followed. It is well known io all who have lived in Kansas any length of time that the wheat will yield more and make & better harvest with less encouraging prospects and poor chances than in any other tetate in the Union. It Eeems only tne dutv of the farmers to let their wheat Btand until it is known beyond a doubt that it is good for nothing. Mr. L. D. Dewey, from observations of a held near Cheney, finds new blades coming m the place of those apparently dead and the held from which there was no reason a few days ago to expect anything, will, with ordi nary chances...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 April 1885

1 'If A mi AND HOUSEHOLD. Hints that will be foaad CuefiU to Farmers land lueir i auUliee. It its expected that 500.000 sheen will fee shipped to England from New Zealand tlie coming year. If the roots of a tree are frozen out of the ground and thawed again in contact with the air the tree ia killed. Slilking in the barnyard is an unclean method, and the cleaner the process the better the quality of the products. Ten-pound washed fleeces and 125 pound mutton carcaases should .be the average for Merino flocks, says the Sheep Breeder, and the value of such sheep should be from $4 to $'5 per head. If charcoal be finely pulverized and mixed with mashed potatoes and corn meal as food f r turkeys they will fatten more readily than without its use, which has been demonstrated by actual experi " ment. The fourth Ensilage Congress will be held at No. 55 Deekman street, New York, beginning on Wednesday, January 21, lbS5, and continuing until the sub jects have been fully discussed. An in tere...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 April 1885

2 -iH3 f4Si The Herald. VI II LLIPSIiULG, - KANSAS. OFFISIAL C0U2TY PAPER LEWIS & KORN!S: Satlicday, Apuil IS, lbtfo. Arrival and Departure of Malts, Mail east and west via. C Ii. Mo. Pacific It. It., arrives, 4 a . leaves T "3 it in, daily. Alma and Philliibtirtf Arrives 12 7n, Mondays, WVdnesxlayw and Fri dav; leaves 1 p in. Lonr Island aivi PhlHipsburjr Ar rives 1- m. ami leaves 1 p. m., on Tuesdays, Tikjr.Mlays and .Saturdays. NalK'.e-a-iKl Phillipsluirjr Arrives 4 p. in., 5'sevdays and Fridays : leaves 8 a. m Wednesdays and Saturdays. "Waguersville and Phillipsburg Ar rive.s2p. in. and leaves 3 p. in. on 'Tuesdays .Saturdays. Post-Ollice ours Open? Sq.ni closes at S p ni. Sundays opens 9 a m and closes 7 p in, closes 10 u in and 7.3 kni. Money order bus it. ess closes a (i p m. No money order or registe etter business transacted uuday. 11. C. SVAXJLIHNG, I. II. Gen. (J rant is thought to be some what better. Tlie Belok Courier thinks that the wheat rop of that county will n...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 April 1885

HQ 11 B I U 1 .Li a LL PillLLIPSIJUIlG. - KANSAS. Satcuday, April 18, l85. tueens waits una glassware, cheaper than the cheapest at Leillnweil & Mc Ciung. m26w4 The new stock of clothing just re ceived by Leaingwell & McClung, con tains some very nobby huits at low prices. " tn'tivri Go and get a genuine bargain in all kinds of furnishing goods at LeHingwell A McClungs. m:'Sw4 The Kirwin Chief has again enlarged to a six column quarto. Kirwin will soon have a new skating rink and opera house combined. A heavy rain fell in this county Wed nesday night which will be a benefit to small grain and gardens Lefiingwell & McClung have received a new line of dress goods, which, to say the leait, are very fine, and pome very elegant patterns . m28v4 Loaded with impurities, vonr blood needs the cleansing and vitalizing ener gy of Ajer'a Sarsaparilla. Harry Root, the genial agent of the Atchison Champion , was in town this week. Chronic constipation is the national enrse of American...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 April 1885

JJ PHILLIPrfBUIiQ - - - - KANSAS. The mouth of the Mississippi has cost millions from first to last. It ia a greedy mouth and will swallow greenbacks about as rapidly as they can be printed. With all the money spent on this great stream it appears that there is now im minent danger of the deflection of the river into Bayou Atchafalaya, by which it would reach the Gulf very much sooner than at present. This would ruin New Orleans, leaving her high and dry as an inland town, and some of the richest territory of Louisiana would also be permanently submerged. Whin a Chinese boy is one month old his head is shaved and a bladder is drawn over it, and as his head grows the bladder bursts and the cue sprouts forth. The first shave is made the occasion of a magnificent banquet, and the guests are expected to make the host a handsome present in coin for the newly shaved baby, with which a bank account is start ed to his credit. This is the most pleas ant feature for the baby, as the razor al ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 April 1885

A CALII. VEEDL. CEEE.NWOOu. A calm rpon a'l nature lies, a. sii jiie-8 reiifii' from c irtli V3 sky; Xot e'n itie geuiie zephyr lr-s JieueatU email's azure canopy. in silence hang the verdant leaves. Ami tremole not a they are woxit; The fiparrow-i hit bi-uet. ihe eavt Uttering low ther sunny huaut. No ripple on the water plays, The i-DO-y li.l'.es nuchoie i are; No undulating motion (.ways The blue on which each gleams a tr. The hctferfiy of tin less wing Itc&tt idly now upon a to e, Ceii rotes close lheir whispeilngs. Their drooping petals leel rtyutse. The grateful calm that now prevades Thj lowliest 01 jeoi I can trace, llowe'er I court 1 , t-till evales And jielc tot unto we l:a graci. A restlessness within me dwells I can hoi fctmisri iho' I try, II y titan Aiih longings strangely swells 'iha; Drtaihe t hope axil heare a feign. la It becan-e I have no aim, No chos n mis-iion to fulll Jf One that is w. r:hy of a nam", Because i amau ljier btiiir It mu?t he: th-t life demand...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 April 1885

I S in r 4 w ll - I pjin.MPsnuno. - KANSAS. in ijrrx nf given V 3 II IS El 1 S 5 iir.il. Send Us ;j by mail 'you win tr-t litre 'if trood-i of Imve vidue, ' P. pti-K-ti::ll 2 1 1 Mart von in work ih-.il will iif .i-e lirinjr you In iiiiii-y f.::it-r ilmn -sy-tiling else 1: Aineni-a,. Ail ;i!ut tlie $200.1 iuO in presirnis with vi-cli ho;;. Agents wauled t-vi-ryw hfi'c, of either m-x, of .iH ne.es-. rii-;il!. the time, or ,pare tiine only, to work Cor us :tt their own In. inf. hVmur-s for all worki-i's .afi-.i'Y'itf t.dy assured. I'oii't de lay. HJlAMXiV A C., Portland, Maine. 7-bl-lyr L-W- BETHARDS LIYERY & FEED STABLE, licit rigs in the city ftirnihod nt reasonable rate-. Passengers carried to ull parts of the country. Opposite Ferrelt Iloue. for work nr people. Rend cents po5tjirt?, and we 1 I la Lai will mail you free, a royal. valuable sample box of good- that will put you in tli way of making more money in a few days than you ever thought possible at any business. Capital n...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 2 May 1885

HPEAK TO THEM THAT THEV GO FOinVAltD. VOL, VII NO 25 PHILLIPSBURG. KANSAS, SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1685. Si. 50 IN ADVANCE. J ml1 8 3 ine mm phillipsburg, - Kansas. I'CULISIlEiJ EVER! S1TIHDAI BY LEWIS & KORNS. rfyinrch VJupt let sorvifCB, Rev. N. ii. Jloman will preMch J-Sut Uic- Pri-i-bytc-rum church, on Stnte t-trcet bu- twtcn Fourth and Fifth, the tirt Sunday ia ivt-ry mouth, at 11 o'clock, a. ui. 7-21 TJrebbyt-rian Chnrch, on State Hrt--t between -L Fourth mid Fifth. Preaching by the Piistor, Jicv. Theodore Bracken, every Suiiilay at 11 o'clock a. in., excepting the firt Sunday in each inoi.th. tubliuih bchool everv Sunday at 10, a. in. ' 7-l 7J f. K. Church, cornrr of Third and O ptreeto. x preaching by the Pastor, Rev W. P.. Alien, every two weeke tit 11 o'clock, a. in. Sabbath school every Sunday at 10, a. in. General prayer Meeting every Thursday evening. Voun folkn prayer meeting each iiatarday evening. 7 -ill 6. A. P.., Phi'.lipi-burtf Pout, No. 77, meets lit rtheirhallin Pb...

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

HiB siiHriiU. rniLLipsiuJiK;, - Kansas. offig:al couety pape?v. Satii hay, May 2, 18o. CLICK'S CLOOM. "In a h. it time I tdiall be Ccrr.irn .sioner of the Cental i-ar.d Ufik-e, and .of coure will have to pass upon all such applications, t!i-n I will endorse 3 011 f. r thep!aco.,, These were the iraarl:s of Lx-Goy. CIu-lv onlv a few wt-eks &(ro, made to &. gentleman who i-i a candidate for a position in a I'uiw-d States Land Office. Tlio gentlemnn in que.-tion, however, was not asking Mr. 0 lick's support hut on the contrary had ju-t in formed hi ra t at he had no favors to a;k of him. Hut the Ex-Gov., bein in an affable mood, was willing to grant unsolicited favors even, when he should x-ome into his kingdom. This gracious .offer was rcnrfe before the president h:id formed his cabinet. But alas, for the schemes 0$ 4n;iee and men," the Com-xnissioner.-diip carno not. Then, with unswerving tenacity, he pressed toward the head of the Department of Agricul ture; but while ho rub...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 2 May 1885

J r" i - L'lITTiL.IP.SBUItO. KANSAS. The Junior editor of the Herald went back to his position on the railroad last Caturday evening, to bo absent about ten days. lie has tendered his resigna tion to Uncle Sam , and when he returns rain it will be for good. Wanted, a good yoimg milch cow. Enquire at IIkualu oilice. tf For Sale: A double buggy harness, almost as good as new. Inquire at this claee, tf A good steady girl caa obbiia per manent employment to do general Louse work in a small family, by in quiring at this office, tf Strangers are continually coming into town, on the lookout for real estate in vestments. Mr. J. Brown will add the IIekai.o tc hii list of reading matter for the en suing year. Harry Archer and P. J. Crookbam, tve industrious young men, are doicg some excellent carpenter work in town. VT. C. Calhoun, the builder, has five workmen employed, and he is ju--t more than rushing things in the way of put ting up buildings. W. II. Vincent, Esq., is doing a regu lar "la...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 2 May 1885

n i ne ueraio. PITILLTPSBUI:G, - KANSAS. OFFICIAL GOUETY PAPEPv. Lund Oilice at Kiiw in, Ktu-tc. 9105 Apr:! 2, 1 Notice I hereby given that the fo-Iow!n;?-i:am-:'d ftt.'er ba Bled notice of bis intention t- inaKe Cnu.1 prom in support of hi claim, ami tbat said iiroof he ui.uie before fieri: otirt or probate fucl'e at Pliiliipfbiuj.', Khin-nf, on May 1'.), ISc..j viz: George Haum, lid 14'.134, for the he'i and e' Mv'i section 2;, town 1 ru!!'s'.' 17. He nsuief the foiiow ina' w iiness-- to prove liis rui.tiituoiiM residence upon, and u:tivuioa of, c:iUl land, viz: Pierce l'iibide, Itrtij. Min k.-and Elmer Murliu, of Crow, I). K. "'i:iititji n, ) ! illside, Kan.-as. John Ilisse!!, Vni lib-sell, utt'y. alm9 Pejrii-Ur. Lund Ctlice at Kirwin, Kssn-2. WA April 5, 1SC. Notice iH h-roby pi von tht't tbo foHouinir named settler bas CI'-il notice of bis inu-fetiou i malce linn' proof in support r r uis- ctixn, r.nd ttiar sai- tToof U. S. Land O dice ."it JOrvvhi, IC.-s.ns:.-:. TV'S 3 "f.T 11...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 2 May 1885

Vol.. 7, No. 2o. I'lIII.I.IPSJiUIM'S, KANSAS. SAT I "II DA V, MAY 2. 1SST. $l.f0 In Advance Hon. W, II. McBride has bought a half interest in the Kirwin Republican. A. N, Arnold, Esq., of the new drug firm of Arnold & Asper, of Logan, was taking in the county seat last Monday. Ex-Count- Commissioner, L. 1 John son, made final proof on his homestead last Tuesday. Mr. Johnson is one of our solid men, He came to stay with the country, made improvements on that hypothesis, and consequently has made it win. .1 . V. Merry, Esq., of the firm of .Merry Bro's, representing the Marvin Lund Company, and one of the proprie tors of the Marvin House, favored us with a short call this week. The boys ai e full of energy and are a good ac quisition to Marvin. After an extended tour through the eastern and southern portion of the state, Rev. IS, R. Turner has returned to this place and will remain fit least six months. He will resume his duties as pastor of the Congregational Church. 'There is no...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 9 May 1885

1 t lj jj n iL Ji H I? V. j IPKAK '-TO M'lIfM TIIA'J' 'X'XH:" O O OIi.AVA.HD. VOL. VII NO 26 PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1885. Si. 50 IN ADVANCE. i i I The Herald. j PiiiLLirsiiUiic;, - kaxhas. I FCCLb2L3 mil immi MY LEWIS & KOIINB. 7ipUVt services, Kv. N. B. lloinati will preach Jt-tt tbo Presbyterian cbnrcb, ou Mate t-treet be twrn Koarth and Fifth, the firxt Suudny in v-ry looath, tt 11 o'clock, ft. in. Tresbvterian Church, ou State treet between Fourth, and Fifth. Preaching by the Vutor, Itev. Theodore Bracken, every Sunday hi 11 o'clock a. m., excepting the first Sunday In each month. Babbath school evcrv (Sunday at 10, a. in. 7-21 11 f. E. Church, corner of Third anil G street. Vti'rt;aehlng by the Pastor, ltev. W. R. Allen, every two weeks at 11 o'clock, m. iu. Sabbath k hi.ol every Sunday at 10, a. lu. General prayer hum-ling every Thursday evening. Youn; folk prayr uifce tin;; each Saturday evening. 7-21 urci fjpotittitni y. K. R., Puiilipflmr;? Poet, ;o. 77,...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 9 May 1885

1 Tift n P" I r rniLLirnuKa, - Kansas. OFFICIAL COUL'TY PA?E?X. !.. i .. . - ' Aii i.DAV, May 2, FOR SCIENTIFIC PC1NTS ONLY. J ne I. omrc.on wealth, not content with Jts fight on the temperance laws of the j umrmur, with rommtie a.- well as po- tate, sects further to embarrass the j etje cadence-, lull theni to health ul iv . i . . . . . . - .i Aarmnustratmn ut Governor Merlin , by j i .-s . ........ M Dodge City, who subscribes himself j ''Taurus," This fellow pounce upon the ! Governor for r.ot permitting the prize j nil ril l li I ii ir n i..t,.,. f. fi,i A lurM Jignt between hull; van and 1 van to take jlace at Iodgo City. He says it was xn!y a sofi glove enc muter "for scien tific points only," ar,$ adtls that -'the coiite-t met with general favor here with ZlII cla-.--s , none being too ferisitive or xlelicately con.-iii uied to even jbjcct to witnesii,g the set-to." When we take li. to conderatim the fact that Dode j City bus heretofore boasted of her sa loons, her lewd women...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 9 May 1885

t-?CiisjT.r:. A V :av is Herald. PniLLIPSIiURG. - KANSAS. The hotels at Oberlin are crowded to overflowiriir . I Mins AnnaHiekelooperisteachiirr, Bchool at Prairie View. O. XV. Bickford visited Long I.and last Sunday . 1 The toothache .fiillieted J. F.Morse for a short time this week. The carpenters have been as busy as bees during the past week. Mrs. Charni-liii. who has been quite t ill for t-iouue time, it now -onvale-cent. "William Woodward is now clerking In li. C. Spracfue'a drug store. , MifH Elsie Lowe came down this "week from her school in Sumner town . V. bhip, to visit friend. Henry McDowell iw building tt large and commodious residence on his farm j uat east of tow n . ' Leading medical authorities indorse .' Ayer'8 Sarsaparilla as the bc&t purify ing melicine in existence. Rev. li. R.. Turner is fitting up a study over Getrge XV. Young's hard , ivare sUre. Wanted, a good young milch cow. j Enquire at IIeuald office. tf For Sale: A double buggy harnes, almost as goo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 9 May 1885

V 51 CSPAULDIHB. In the Fcat-Odec Building, deal iu Stationery, - Stationery, h:s?, PENCILS, PAPER, .Memorandum I.ookg, P.Iank. Pools, B&rne.-.' School BuuLs.aoi nil kmcr f .School Supplies. A Full line of Legal Blanks constantly on hand I, P. MALLETT, DcuUr iu PURE DRUGS, MEDICINES and CHEMICALS. Fny Goods IVilet Article and Perfumery. Lamps, flues and Win dow Oho. Points, Oil, Varnishes, Cigars, Tobacco and stationery. PrfcsriptiocB Carefully and Accurately Prepared Pay or Night. Northwest Corner Public fc-uur. PHILLIPS' HUP.O, - - KANSAS. 1 5 South Hide Public Square, llr - .VIIJLL1PSHUIUJ. Dry Goods, Notions, Groceries Queens ware and Glassware HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE. ie ranners tore. WEST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE. Philliisbiirr, - Kansas, A FULL GROCERIES AND DRY GOODS And ixi fact, everything usually kept found litre at the lowest possible price for If yon ps opose buying a Windmill Via -1 tea sra raa T'''i- 20JrerB esprlQj In tho masufeturo of Panipaaaa U...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 16 May 1885

1'L f I r itvj n iri ii i lL?"0 A ii IPu f i h i r? ii IL l! ii n ifl 7 H Ii rsr'izYii: 'i o u,ii:-;m that thky go forwkio. VOL. VII NO 27 PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1885. 81.50 IN ADVANCE. ; 1 . 1 f 5 IH8 5 S j 1 U i y PHILLIPSBURG, - KANSAS. ri'SLISJJED JiVliI EATtilMI by LEWIS & KORNS. Tit;li:t fct-rvic.ee , If-ev. N. B. lioiitan will preach -Dal. tte i'ri'rtiytrrlzn ciarcb, 011 MW e-1 reft i.if tween i"onrth slid tViilb, tno iiit btcidey in every moi.;t, til 11 o'clwi, a. m. 7-1 i Pret-hy trr:n Church, on Stale street between Fourta xnd Pitta. ?ra tiiu by the l'uelor, Hev. Theodore Lhai ken, every tutiday at 1 1 o clock a. n., ji.ceptin? tUe ftrl :niiij.y ia each mon.h. baboita kcUov. rverv .-cuday i.i 10, . m. T-i-'l f? K. I'hnrrh, corner of Third and O Street!. '''- by the Put-tor, ifv. W. K. Allen, every v i rk ut 11 oVu-ck, a. w. Sal-bath ec.ho-.ti every Sumiity Hi lu, :. in.. (.Tt-uml graver meetuii" every Thurtscay eveuiap'. Youug fi ik prayer lueethi;.' -...

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