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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 May 1888

FOR FINE PHOTOG RAPHS, TIN TYPES, I FRAMES AND TBI MMINQS,GO TO TU I CKER'S QALLEEY, OK THE WEST SIDE w 9 M .lJV, YOUTHS AND BOYS! To G-et our Prices. To see our Styles. To Buy our G-oods. Dress Suits, "Work Suits, Overalls, Over-shirts, Underwear, Jackets, Hose, Gloves, and a general line of Furnishing1 Goods. SEERSUCKER, FLANNEL, ALPACA COATS AND VESTS. Hats, Caps, latest stylo summer hats. Boots and Shoes. We are not selling at cost or at fifty per cent discount, but "Good goods at lowest prices'' is our motto. In the brick block, west side square. J. C. & E. S. LATSBAUGH. THE HERALD. PHILLIPSBURG. - KANSAS PUBLISHERS NOTICE. The Herald goes to pref eThnreday evening, all matter ruuet be in the printer hands before that time to incure iucertion. Send it iu eyeral days earlier than that when possible, tf Fresh groceries at Folings. Farm loans, G. A. Spaulding & Co. Fresh drugs at S. S. Fisher & Co's. Readlatsbaugh'snewadvertisement. Mixed paint cheap at S. S . Fisher &...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 May 1888

THE PHOrESSOn. I rang tor Jane to bring my tea up stairs, and hunted for the sal volatile to compose my nerves. The new pro fessor had arrived to deliver his first lecture to the pupils of Heliotrope Fe male academy. As the "accomplished principal" so the newspaper express ed it of this great institution. I con. sider it my duty to have a professor of science added to my corps of teach, ers. It sounded well in speaking to say: "Piofessor East, of Wisteria Academy." I must say it was the aim of my life to have everything ap pear much better than it really was. At a teachers' meeting wehad discuss ed the matter. "I shall stipulate for an unmarried man," . I informed the ladies, "middle-aged, learned and companionable for intellectual wom en like ourselves." The teachers all agreed with me. but Col. Noel, my wealthy patron, demurred at the pro posed advance. He came in just as or.r meeting adjourned. Being a wid 07,m, andas Eva had taken her histo ry "esson in the study to learn, I beg...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 May 1888

n Porfmixt Soutli American. I had an excellent cliance to study tMa remarkable ruler of Venezuela, who is just now the foremost man of South America. Personally he is of imposing appearance and royal bearing. Fully eix feet in height, hi3 stalwart frame ia beginning to show age, for he ia in his COth year, and his mustache and impe rial are almost white. Ilia skin ia bronzed with steady sun and he has the most effectire pair of black eyes I have ever seen. Suave and courtly in man ner, there was an occasional gleam in them that told of a reserve of passion boding ill for an enemy in his power. I would as Boon think of tampering with a loose tiger as with Guzman Blanco in his present position. To the autocratic power that he w ields and to iia exercise for the country's good I attribute the present quiet, prosperous condition of Venezuela. As I heard from every iand, until he wits called to govern, no advance had been made after Spanish rule was overthrown; since that time there has ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 May 1888

THE HERALD, PHILLIPSBURG KANSAS. Phillipsburg and Phillips County In Brief. Fhillippburs, the county teat ef Phillips County, is located in the geographical center of eajd county ; is '0 mile weet of Atchison and 135 miles east of Colorado line; is beauti fully located; is on the main line of the C. K. K. (liock-Iflund) cow beins built. It is both a freight and pmenger division and the phops and round house of tuid road are located here, and at an early date a branch will be -nntrncted from the south east. VhUlipa County is, accerding to agricultural reports, the pecoud bt-ft couuty in. Kangas on grain per acre; it is in the northern tier of counties, is well watered by 21 living streams; its soil is nnsur-pat-Bti; it has plenty of good building e tone and cont. iderable timber. Only one tsixth of its lands are vet in cultivation : it is 30 miles square and has 15.UU0 inhabitants. It is a uood county to come to. For full particulars of the advantages offered the eini:raHt iu Phillip...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 June 1888

VOL. X. NO 31. PHILLJPSBTJKG, KA1TSAS, PHIDir, JUITD 1, 1880. 01.50 IK ADVANCE. THE HERALD. PJIILLIPSBUEO, - KANSAS ESTABLISHED IN 1S77. G. W- YOUNG, President. W. L. MORGAN', V. President. J. F. MCT.SE, Caifcier TLo oldest paper La Northwestern Kunwaw. One rear $' bil months.... ............ .75 k. r. IOBJC &. A. DAQtn. EOES3 4 DIGUE, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. TIMS TAELK. The trains on the Missouri Pacific Kuilrod ar rive at Marvin us follows: GOING ZAST. Passenger 4:05 p. m. Freight b:05a. m. GOING WEST. Passenger 10:41 ft. m. Freight 3 :jO p. m. PHILLIPSBURG. - - KANSAS IUCOBPOEATED 18SO-CAPITA150.000 BANKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES! hake rivn veaii loans On imnroved farms. Give prompt and careful attention to all collectioLt and pay taxes for non-vesident?. Agent for the -HPHCENIX oif1 SELLS C K. & N. TIME CARD- GOING. EAST. 8 Passenger 3:45a. 38 Local Freight li:4op. GOING WEST. No. 37 Passeneer 11:00 p. " 7 Local Freight 11:10 p. No. No. in. in. in, in. M. Spauldin INSUR...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 June 1888

THE HERALD. PHILIP SBURG, KANSAS Hon. Cecil Baring, of London, Eng land, one of the great firm of Baring Brothers, attended the annual meeting of the Santa Fe. A. Peterson, an unmarried swede at work at the capital for Evans & Cox, was struck in the forehead by the han dle of a windlass which he was work ing, receiving severe injuries which may prove fatal. Judge Oliver "Wendell Ilolnies, of Boston, attended the annual meeting of the Santa Fe. Judge Holmes is a son of the illustrious Dr. Oliver Wen dell Holmes, and is judge of the su preme court of Massachusetts. Colonel Y II. Burke, late president of the First National bank of Osborne, and one of the early settlers and heav iest capitalists of the city, died Thurs day morning at Hot Springs, whither he had gone, for the benefit of his health. It is expected the Downs water works will be so far under way that her peo ple can give a grand exhibition of the same to the thousands of spectators who will be present there on her Ninth...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 June 1888

Tranli Martin's Cilver r.iine. From thfl Xez Perce (Idaho) News. About three years ago Frank Mar tin Bold the Horn silver mine at Era lor $T 5.000. By hi drinking and gambling he has reduced this to about $1,000, and his wile now petitions the Probate court to have aguardian .appointed for him. Three years ago Frank Martin was a? worthless and lazy a vagabond as could well be pro duced one of those who never missed a meal or paid a cent. He resided at a place called Era, in Alturas connty, In this territory, had no occupation, and espoused his living trom his broth er, who had a small ranch and kept the post office by the roadside. One day his brother's wife requested Frank to cut her some wood. He re fused, whereupon she beat him out of the house with the rolling-pin and for bade him to ever enter her doors again. Sad and dejected at the con dition of affairs, Frank walked up a hill in the rear of his once happy home, until within a short distance of its summit, when he sat down up...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 June 1888

, THE HERALD. PlIILLirSBURG. - KANSAS. OFFIGIAL GOUKTY PAPER. E. V. KOttNS. It- A. DAGUE. KORNS s DAQITE. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS.- Fuiuay, June 1st, 1H8S. For President, WALTER Q. GRESHAM, of Indiana. sought The Democrat's Correspondent "M." and His Free Trade Fallacies. Correspondent "M." of the Demo crat, came again last week in de fense of Free Trade. Though he writes a lengthy article, he says but little of value, and leaves unanswered all of the arguments offered in the Herald of May 11th, and thinks to get rid of our conclusions by calling our defense of the tariff, "silly twad dle," yet in another place he says: "The Ueralu'b article- wus a forcible and logi t-ul throughout as any I have ever seen in defense of high protection." Now there is but one point to be established in 31s. communcia tion, and that is that the purchaser of a protected article, pays a price equal to the full value of that article and the tariff duty besides. To illus trate: There is a duty of five c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 June 1888

FOR FINE PHOTOG RAPHS, TIN TYPES, FRAMES AND TRI CKER'S C-ALLSBY OH THE WEST SIDE To G-et our Prices. To Buy our Goods. Dross Suits, Work Suits, Overalls, Over-shirts, Underwear, Jackets, Hose, Gloves, and a general line of Furnishing Goods. SEERSUCKER, FLANNEL, ALPACA COATS AND VESTS. Hats, Caps, latest style summer hats, Boots and Shoes. "We are not selling at cost or at lifty per cent discount, but "Good goods at lowest prices" is our motto. In the brick block, west side square. J. C. L E. S. LATSBAUGH. THE HERALD. r'HILLIPSBURG. - KANSAS PUBLISHERS NOTICE. The Herald goes to press Thursday evening, all matter must be in the printers hand before that time to insure insertion. Send it iu seyeral day earlier than that when possible, tl Fresh groceries at Polings. Fresh drus at S. S. Fisher & Co's. Keadlatsbaugh'snewadvertiseraent. Take advantage of our offers. Chicago Fair . Mixed paint cheap at S. S . Fisher & Do's. Daily bargains at the Chicago Fair. For a complete and ac...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 June 1888

THE uooa's c Fronting the bathing establishment cf Fitero, on a peaked rock, upon which flow the waters of the Alhama, the traveler can still find the forsaken ruins of an Arabian castle. The castle, in the palmy day3 of the r-conquest, was famous as having been the 6ceneof great and memorable exploits, as much on the part of those who defended it as on the part of those who valiantly planted upon its turrets the standard of the cross. Of its walla a few fragments alone remain. The stones which had once shaped the watch tower have fallen into the moat, one heaped on the other, forming, a3 it were a complete ford. In the court of arms grow briars and matted vines; on all sides naught can be seen but broken arches, grim and moldering stone benches, here a sheet of wall, between the crevices o which the ivy struggles in its growth; there a dilapidated tower standing as If by miracle, and further on pillars of cement, still encircled by the iron hoops which once upheld the draw bridge. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 June 1888

UEfllES! NERVES!! What terrible vision this Uttle word brief before the eye of the nervous. Headache, Neuralgia, Indigestion, Sleeplessness, Nervous Prostration. AjI star them in the face. Yet all these nervous troubles can be cured by using Hi H For The Nervous The Debilitated The Aged. THIS GREAT NERVE TON 10 Also contains the best remedies for diseased con ditions of the Kidneys, Liver, and Blood, which always accompany nerve troubles. It is a Nerve Tonic, an Alterative, a Laxative, and a Diuretic. That is why it CURES WHEN OTHERS' FAIL. fci.oo a Bottle. Send for full particulars. WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO., Proprietors, BURLINGTON. VT. Silk and Satin RibtonsPnss . A rmre rift for the ladies. Bare V aioca money and secure Lbe bull Kr.rv lany - anowaandappfMolataa, the yr.Ttltf, at kar- in a tcwrcinnitit, of rtteooa, handj for tke tiiouMud and one , taatyaud use ful 1 porpoM. for wkloa 1 each roods are need, sad Whica 1 ther, the ladles, hit lo lut a advau j tar. To pur-htM waat ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 1 June 1888

THE HERALD, PllILLlPSUL'KG KANSAS. Phlllipsburg and Phillips County In Brief. Pbillipeburg, the comity f oat of Phillies County, is located in the geographical center of faid county ; i --0 mile wet-t of Atchison aixl r jnile east of Colora.lo line; is beantl . .. . i. ij 11 im tn.-iin hue of tile C. K i N. (liix k-Ulaiia) now beliik' huilt. It .1 bo'th u freight and puxen;,'er division and the Kuopa and round houxc of raid road are located here, and at an early date a branch will be constructed from the fouth east. Phillips County if, according to agricultural reports, the second best county in Kana on grain per acre j it i in the northern tier of counties, is well watered bv living streams; its toil is unsur-ua-fit-I; it "has plenty of koo1 building f tone and considerable timber. Only one siith of its lands are yet in cultivation : it is 30 miles square and has I.-, UK) inhabitants. It is a irod county to come to. for full particulars of the advantages offered the emi"rant iu Phi...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 June 1888

I ; y v h y yO h "1 JLL ii iiiLiLLiLJi OJOU SZEJIC TO THEM THAT;THEY G-O JTCDLTZTD- VOL. X. NO 32. PHILLIPSBTJRG, KANSAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1888. $1.50 IN ADVANCE. THE HERALD. PlIiUPSEURa, - KANSAS EST ABU SHED IN 1S77. This oldest paper in Northwestern Karma. TERMS: Onayeax fl.RO Bu month.... , 75 c r. XOBNS. A. DAGUX. K0KN3 A DIGUE, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. "IPXCS TABLE. The train9 on the Missouri Pacific Iiuilrod ar rive at Marvin as follows: GOING ZAST. Passenger 4:0op.ia. Freight 6:05 a. m. GOING WEST. Pnssenger 10:41 a. m. Freight 3:50 p.m. C K. & N. TIME CARD. GOING. EAST. No. 8 Passenger 3:45 a. m. No. 38 Local Freight 11:40 p. in. GOING WEST. No. 37 Passenger 11:00 p. m, " 7 Local Freight 11:10p.m. pnoFcssioriAL cards. II. WALLACE, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. 8jcial attention pi Ten to the diea6a of wo men. OiEc outh aidt publio square, pnllllp.buri;, - Kansa. A. B. HOUCK, 11. D., Eclectic Physician. OEc t G. W. Eickford'a Drug Btore, north id PcbLiO r3qure, Philllps...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 June 1888

THE HERALD. PIIILIPSBURG, KANSAS KANSAS 1IET7S. Clay Center Las voted against a sys tem of sewerage. Goodland is now the county seat of Sherman county. The State Lank of Noreatar, Decatur county, capital stock J 50,000, has been chartered. The body of a boy about 8 years old was found in the Kansas river near Lawrence. Liberal, the new booming town in southwestern Kansas, is talking of or ganizing a board of trade. At a recett seance at Manhattan, the spirits committed the great outrage of playing on a dulcimer. The worms at the silk station at Pea Lody are in excellent health and call ing loudly for mulberry leaves. "Wellington proposes to establish salt works. A Sioux Indian boy, at Haskell In stitute, was instantly killed py the ac cidental discharge of a pistol. Commonwealth : Miss Mildred Lamb is in charge of the editorial columns of the Kirvin Independent in the absence of her father, C. J. Lamb, in Sinaloa, Mexico. Miss Lamb works skillfully with the union-labor tools. "Gigan...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 June 1888

UP0I1 TrIE DLGOIIY. Professor Paul Microbe sat intently azing at the house across the way, and for once in his life lounged in a perfectly natural position, with a re laxed and human look on his face. It would have been plain to the dullest that for once in his life, any rate, the professor had forgotten all about him self, his stomach, his dyspepsia and malarial tendem ies, his theories on bacteria, and, more than all, the im portant fact that precisely at 6:15 it was his custom to partake of a pint of new milk scalded and two slices of stale Graham bread toasted. The professor was tall, lantern jawed, Blabs ided and sedate. He lived by theory; in fact, life itself wa3 a theory to him; he had a theory by which he fed his stomach, a theory by which he pruned his mind and mzide it sprout only on the north or scientific side, a theory by which he raised his chil dren, and innumerable theories regarding diseases on which he wrote books, taught in a college, lectured in Boston and kille...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 June 1888

THE HERALD. P1ULLIPSJJURG. - KANSAS. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. E. V. KOUXS. R. A. DAGIE. KORNS & DAGUE. ri'HLISHEICS AXD PKOPKlETOKS.- Fmt ay, June 8th, 18S. For President, WALTER Q. GKESHAM, of Iiuliana. I'or l'renide ntial Elector, At 1; First District. . . . Second District. Third District. .. Fourth District. Fifth District... Sixth District.. Seventh District . . . .John L. Walker. . . .Eugene F. Ware. .Lou W. Uobinson. Frank 11. Ogg. . . . .T. 1. Anderson. , John Madden. . . . .D. A. Valentine. , . . J. B. McGonigal. , . . .E. I. Chapman. Lr Member Conijress idli District, E. J. TUKXEli. C J. Lamb, of the Kirwiu In depen dent, is a strong champion of the Henry George Laud Taxation Theory II. N. Uoyd, of the Lo'iin Ereemau, has finally come to the conclusion that he will oppose it. In lN(iO Leonard Swett, of Chicago, presented Lincoln's name to the con vention and lie will perforin the same service for Gresham in 1S.S8. We be lieve that history will repeat itself in the nomina...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 June 1888

FOR FINS PHOTOG RAPHS, TIN TYPES, FRAMES AND TRI MMINGS,GO TO TU j CKER'S G-ALiLSHY OH THE WEST SIDE W A kTMB ? JiV, YOUTHS AND BOYS! To Get our Prices. To see our Styles. To Buy our G-oods. Dress Suits, Work Suits, Overalls Over-shirts, L'uderwear, Jackets, Host-, (llovos, and a general line of Furnishing Goods. SEE11SUCKEE, FLANNEL, ALPACA COATS AND VESTS. Hats, Caps, latest stylo summer hats, Boots and Shoes. We are not Belling at cost or at fifty per cent discount, hut '"Good goods at lowest prices' is our motto. In the brick block, west side square. J. THE HERALD. t'llII.LirSlSUHG. - KANSAS PUBLISHERS NOTICE. The IIeri.i goes to pressThursday evening, all mailer want be in the printer hands before that time to insure insertion. Semi it iu seyeral days earlier than that when possible, tf Fresh groceries at Polings. Fresh drus at S. S. Fisher & Co's. Ueadlatsbaugh'snewadvertisement. Winship wants your produce. Take advantage of our offers. Chicago Fair. Mixed paint cheap at S...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 June 1888

WHILE THE DAYS CO ON For us, whatever' undergone. Thou knovveat, wiilcHt, n hnt in nont Gtief mat b; joy misunderstood: Only the coud discerns the good. I truer Thee while my day go on. Yhate-t-r' )ut, it first was won! We v. !!! not etru-gle nor hn.-nn; Perhaps tie cup was I. token prt Tint inravt-u'a new wine id iht sli ine more cler; I praie Tnee while my days go o;i, I r-rai-;'- T!n-e while my days ko on, I love Thev.' liile my liayH k on' Throu.'h dark and dearth, tlirouirl fire and frost. With cmt'ty arms iunl treasure lost, I thank Thee while while my dnya go on! Mrs. Urownins. IIS e:!:liy. The train had come and gone, and brought only one passenger. Marian turned her face quickly away a3 she caught eight of the lithe, manly figure, and began to busy herself with the carriage robe3. En sen e Landt, for Eugene Landt it was, happened to be the one human being toward whom Miss Ilanford felt a strong aversion. The taint wa3 in her biood, no doubt, for her father and his had been ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 June 1888

MEilOllIAL DAY. COVER THEM OVEK. WILL CAliLTOJT. ' rs". -if. 11 IfVKft thorn nvay U-n I ; j witn Mautuuiuow- I Deck them with par- lauds. those brothers V . - . W.rh LyinK so silent by I ( ni'j;lit ana by day, 5"i.iiJ Sleeping the years of their manhooJ away, Years tti y Lad marked for the joys of t'ie brave Tears they must waste in the molderin p;rave. All th.) bright laurels they waited to bloom, Fell from their hopes when they fall to the tomb, Give them the meed they have won in the past. Give them the honors their future fore cast, Give thorn the chaplets t'.ioy won in the turii'e, Give them the laurels they lost with their liio. CUOKl'S, Cover them over, yes cover them over, l'urent. husband, brother and lover : Crown in your heart, those dead heroes of ours. . And cover them over with beautiful tlowers. Cover the faces that motionless lie. Bhut from the blue of the motionless sky. Faces once decked with smiles of the gay, Faces now marked with the frown of decay ; Eyes that l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 June 1888

THE HERALD, TUILLIPSUUKG KANSAS. Phllllpsburg and Phillips County In Brief. Fhiliippburg, the county eoat ef Phsliipe Countv, Is located in tbe geographical center of eaid county ; milea weft of Atchison and l'i miles caiit of Colorado line; in heanti fuilv liM-atod; i on the main line or the t K. '& N. (lK-k IfUtnd) now beiiiz built. It is both a freight aud pacM-'nCi-r division and the hhond aud round hoiire of eaid road are located here, and at an early date a branch will be constructed from the south tact. Phillips Couutv it, according to agricultural reports, the fecond bet county in Kauaan ou grain per acre : jt is in the northern tier of counties, is well watered by 2i living tlreams; it." foil is unsur passed; ithas plenty of ood building etone and considerable timber. Only one sixth of its lands are vet In cultivation; it is 30 miles square and has 15,000 inhabitants. It is a good county to come to. For full particulars of the advantairos offered the t-miicrant iu Phill...

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