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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 July 1888

FOR FINE PHOTOG RAPHS, TIN TYPES FRAMES AND TRI MMINGS.GO TO TU CKER'S G-ALLERY ON THE WEST SIDE WAHTBB I MEN, YOUTHS To Get our Prices. To Buy our Dress Suits, Work Suits, Overalls, Over Gloves, and a general line SEERSUCKER, EL ANN EL, ALPACA COATS Hats, Caps, latest style summer hats, Boots and Shoes. We are not selling at cost or at fifty per cent discount, but "Good goods at lowest prices" id our motto. In the brick block, west side square. . J. C. & E. S. LATSBAUCtH. THE HERALD. PIIII.LIPSBURG. - KANSAS ANNOUNCEMENT. We arc autherized to announce the name of F. C. Johnson, of Mound township, us a candidate or Clerk of the District Court, s ubject to the uc ionof the Republican. County Convention. We are authorized to announce the name of .1. N. Monher, of Kirwin, a a candidate for County Superintendent of Public Schools, subject to the action of the Republican County Convention. By the request of many friends I hereby an nounce myself as a candidate for the office of Clerk...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 July 1888

x mtiifcLoirs statin. 1 Yii fiiip precious Lit of gobi, Sii!'- hidden like U miser: And vet if found by robber bold. He'd never steal my wealth untold, And none would Ik? the wiser. thy do I i:oard this bit of gold, NeVr gi ving it or lending? My friend, the story's trite and old: ' 1 loved but words were weak and cold; 1! 's hasten to the ending. Tli'1 lie I keep no one could miss From all her wealth, her priory Of golden hair gold, and like this, This cur! I took, and left a kin And now you know the story. "Why prize ii so?" I think may be Half way in scorn, you queried. Ab, friend, a miner lovingly Savci-. out one bit of gold ah, rue! When all the rest is buried. One bit he saves to touch and see, An I this little token. Sweetheart, 'tis all I have of thee This and tt life long memory. Of hue that ne'er was spoken. Through weary years my bit of gold I've hourded like n miser; Friend, when mr heart grows tired and cold, This curl lay in my dying hold. And none will be the wiser. M...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 July 1888

THE OLD MAN AND JIM. BY JA51ES W1I1TCOMB RILEY. Old man jiever had ranch to say, 'Ceptin' to Jim And Jim was the wildest boy he had And the C. Id man es' wrapped up iu hira! Never heer.l him speak but once Er twice in my life and the first time was When the army broke out, and Jim he went. The Old man backin' him, fer three months And all "at 1 heerdlhe Old man say Was, jes' as we turned to start away -Wei!, good by Jim: Take keer of yourse'fl" 'Peared-like. lie was more satisfied Jes'lookin' at Jim And likin' him all to hisse'f-like, see? , 'Cause he was jes' wrapped up in him! And over and over I mind the day The Old man co i.e an I stood round la tho way While we was drillin', a-watchin Jim And down at the deepota-heerin'himsay , Well, Kood-by, Jim; Take keer of youre'f !" Never was nothin about the farm Disting'isl.ed Jim Neighbors all ust to wonder why The i Id man 'peared wrapped up in him; V.ut when C'apt Higgler, he writ back 'At Jim was the bravest boy we had In the wholede...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 July 1888

THE HERALD, PaiLLIPSBURG. . ..KANSAS. AGRA. Mr. Lavell is erecting1 the best dwelling in Agra. Drisbo & Turner are the the architects and builders. O. Withani has completed his second dwelling. Spangenber, the boss druggist, is putting a stock of drugs and grocer ies in Turner's new store building. Er Daniels has moved his family to Agra. A noted German physician is hav inir an ofiice built in our town Avhere he expects to locate soon. Keckley Bros, have built a new residence in the south part of town. Mr. Tipton will occupy the residence. Spangaberger sets them up by the box, cause, a new boy. Drisbo has the stone on the ground for the foundation of a new house. lteligeous services at the Hall every Sunday at 10 a. m. and 3 p. m. Court was held in the school house today. Emma Hull's temperance lecture on last Thursday night was well at tended and well received. Our lumbermen report an increase of business. Crops are promising in this vicin ity. Header. Among the signincent poin...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 July 1888

VOL. X. NO 39. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1888. $1.50 IN ADVANCE. THE HERALD. PaiLUPSBUKO, - t KAN3A8 ESTABLISHED IN 1S77. fh oldet paper In Northwestern Kansas. . - - One year $1. 8iz month &. A. EAOCl & DVGTJE. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. The train on the Missouri Pacific Itailrod ar rive at Marvin as follow : GOING 2AST. Passenger 4:05 p. m. Freight 6:05 a. m. GOING WEST. Passenger. 10:11a.m. Freight 3:50 j. in. C K. & N. TIME CARD GOING EAST. No. 8 Passenger .Vila. m. No. :iS Local Freight 11:40 p. m. Passenger 7:07 p. in. GOING WEST. No. 37 Passenger 11:00 p. m, " 7 Local Freight 11:10 p.m. Passenger 9:00 a. in. G. W. YOUNG, President. W. L. MORGAN, V. President. J . F. MOUSE, Cashier PHILLIPSBURG, ------- KANSAS I1TCOEPOEATED 1880-C APITAL 50,000 BANKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES! MAKE FIVE YEAR LOAI.TG On improved farms. Give prompt ami careful attention to all collectioi. and pay taxes lor non-vesidents. PROFESSIONAL CAnDS. H; WALLACE, LI. D.. Physician and...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 July 1888

THE HERALD. PHLLirSEURG, KANSAS ZA1ISAS NEWS. The Junction City Union was sold Monday to John Montgomery, of Man hattan. A heavy rain fell at Fort Scott on Sunday insuring the largest corn crop for ten years. Farmers are claiming many pieces will yield a 100 bushels to the acre. The rain waa general throughout this section of the state. Specials to the Champion, report a heavy general raia on Sunday night, continuing till Monday noon, through out northern Kansas, along the line of the Central Branch railroad, as far west as Stockton, with lighter rains all Sunday night along the North Sol onion, as far west as Lenora and beyond to the Colorado line. Corn is booming. Monday morning between two and live o'clock, witnessed the heaviest rain storm of the season at "NVamego. Bridges were washed out and ten cul verts and bridges were carried away on the Union Pacific railroad, between "NVamego and Wallace. Several build ings were struck by lightning, among them the Presbyterian church, wh...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 July 1888

TALMAGE. THE GREAT BROOKLYN DIVINE Dilates to a Sweltering Throng in the Tabernacle. E-i Content With Such Things as Ye Have Happineca I Not Dependent TJpou Out ward Circumstances. Th H-art Right Toward Ood aud Hiu, We Are Happy The Heart Wrong Toward God and Man. We Are Unhappy. fcKOOici n. juiy Id. Che llav. T. PeWitt Talmae, IJ. D., took for his subj-ct to-day: "in (Joci Humor With Our Jh cumstatices.' H!fi txt was Hebrews, Cli. 13. v. 5: "Be con tent with euch things as vo have." The great preacher's discourse was as follows: If I should a.tW some one, "Where is Brook lyn, to-davf" he would say, "At Brighton Beach, or East Haniptou, or Shelter Island." "Where is New York, to-day iM At Long Branch." "Where is Philadelphia!" '"Cape May." ''Where is Bostour' "At Martha's Vineyard." "Where L Virglniai'i At the Sulphur Spr'ugs." "Where the reat multi tude from all parts of the land!" "At Sarato io," the modem Bethesda, where the angel of health is ever stirring the waters. But, my fr...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 July 1888

THE HERALD. PHILLIPSBURG. - KANSAS. OFFICIAL GOUKTY PAPER. E. F.'KOKXS. R- A. DAGUK. KORNS & DAGUE. publishers And pkopkietoks. Fui day, July 27th, 1SS8. For President of the. United States GEN. BENJAMIN HAllRISON, of Indiana. For Vice President, LEVI P. MOllTON, of Now York. For Presidential Electors, At larye JohnL. "Walker. " Eugene F. Ware. First District Lon W. llobinson. Second District Frank 11. 0. Third District T. 1 Anderson. Fourth District John Madden. Fifth District D. A. Valentine. Sixth District J. B. McGonigal. Seventh District. .. .E. I. Chapman. For Member Congress fjth District, E. J. TURNER. Jay Gould is in bad health. His trouble is insomnia and nervous pros tration. The Republican State Convention met in Topeka, Wednesday. We go to press too early to report its doings. The Protection Democrats of St. Joseph Mo., are organizing into an independent club to oppose Cleve land. The Irish are generally Hocking to the support of Harrison and Morton because of Cleve...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 July 1888

FOR FINE PHOTOG BAPHS, TIN" TYPES FRAMES AND TRI MMINGS.GO TO TTJ CKER'S GALLERY ON THE WEST SIDE WAWmB I MEN, YOUTHS To G-et our Prices. To Buy our Dress Suits, "Work Suits, Overalls, Over-shirts, "Underwear, Jackets, Hose, Gloves, and a general line of Furnishing' Goods. SEERSUCKER, FLANNEL, ALPACA COATS AND VESTS. 'Hats, Cups, latest style 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. L E. S. LATS3AUGH. THE HERALD. PHIIYLIPSBURG. - KANSAS ANNOUNCEMENT. We are authorized to announce the name of Geo. A. Spaulding as a candidate for the office of County Attorney subject to the decision of the republican County Convention. We are autherized to announce the name of F. C. Johnson, or Mound township, as a candidate or Clerk of the District Court, mbject to the ac ionof the Republican Counry Convention. We are authorized to announce tlie name of J. X. Mos...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 July 1888

I WINGS. TVaur.e'i! lurds have plumes IV'iu'ilii! thmiyhtii hurt we. "Mar:. -.:.!:u above t!iei-.iiht Ol" i'. i : t ii'.-. v:nri:i' whimpering lrn!:v : l ' '.-i;-t li'.s broad Iioisoui Kev-r i h.-nury lies I'.nt iiiiii bu.fi its way to the rim of day, And rl.-inh to our wond-iiug eyes. lie.tutit'ui -m-i lie hidden t " in J.r ! '.if r'.dd of eiirtli; I'leli l.'n rdim- hides a thought eublime 'nil Hie tuii. of the lily' birth. I'veu tie liii'd- went creeping WinL-is.-, aid feat hei leMH. Till ii;.rn Iy plume, like the rosen' bloom, They it -flowed the shiver '8 thesis. Ileaa'ifi bird: have plumage. I5e.nit.!nl thoughts tiv high; The jioet ' Hung t-aiuiot -slumber long, Its ti'ti k Ls the LouudlcHS sky. Ljider thr i-ir-uite heaveu Nev-r a iwng unfurletl i'.ut hji'tll find it way to the verge of day, Andii-ish on Home wondering world. -L iira Bell in American Magazine. TUB MOONSHINERS. The girl closed the door of the crumbling spring house. Her express-ion w.ts alert and expectant her m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 July 1888

A Successful Alan. TLe Wrnw fam ily originated In XZuli.iid,Jcdiu "Vstr Der, li 1 6 li O p Ol n ' Koclieater lit the 4 seventeenth cent- membcrt. Col.Setii Warner of Kevolu tiuorrv fmne in tliis country, ana Cpt- beth arner, Dt man la toe i war or ana eight distinguished pbysiciaiif, mark tLe II. 11. iuer lin !n Auer c. II. II. v arner nil born in Van Burer, Onondaea. Co., N. Y., Jan. 19 h, 134:2. Alter an educa tlgu tt Dr. Wriiibl'a Academy at Elbride, and eqtiirioir tlm tinsmith' trade at Mem phis, N. Y., lie went west for five yesra. In l!i7u be returned to ItrcUeer a General Affent or the Moaier SIcs of Cincinnati, O., and for ten year, was the moat auccesnf ul safe dealer in the country, and trauied a fortune. In l!79 ho wii prostrated bv a aerere dta esse. The best pbyslc ana gave lura no hope of recovery. It waa at th a time that be naed what is now known aa Warner" aafe cure and aa fully reatored to health thereby. Rea.1 lrinff that the world needed euch a ipecifie for Wldue...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 July 1888

THE HERALD, PHILLIPS lil-KU KANSAS. ltOAD Is'OTIuE. To Whom it May Concern. In purf uant-e (if an order by the Hoard of Coun ty CoiinniffionerH of the County of Phillipf, in the State of Kudm.s in regular region on ttie tit h day of July, lrvV, notice i: lierehy xiven that J . M. llellyer und 13 other lioucehoklers of raid county, reMdiuut in tiie vicinity where it is proposed t lay uut and establish the road below mentionej. htive 4reeiit.'d to i-uid board their certain petition, praying the lavins; out ujiu v-tablii-huit-iit of. a public road in puid county fol low. Comment-in!? at northwest corner of pc-ction i", 1, 10, und running ed on i-ection line to north west coi 'ivt of the northeapt quarter of section 1, 1, thence houth on center line to north line of rection 1, 16, thence eart ou raid line Vi rod, thence coutn la ne.'ir af practicable) one half nine, thence east 4 rotlf, tliciice boutn to town ship line, thence a little west of south to, and ter minating at, a point 7 ro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 August 1888

stf-ieik: to thieise tht itzehej-lt go oe-waiiid. VOL.. X. NO 40. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1888. 01.50 III ADVANCE. THE HERALD. PHILLIPSBUKQ, - KANSAS ESTABLISHED IN 1S77. Tho oldest pier la North western Kansas. TISISLtIS: One year $1.50 Biz month.... .............................. -75 E. F. K0H2C &. A. DAQCTS. KOKNS 4 D iQCE. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS- TA2L The trains on the Missouri Pacific Railrod ar rive at Marvin us follows: GOING EAST. I'asenger. Prcigtit..., 4:05 p. 0 :03 a. m. in. GOING WEST. Pacngcr . t'rvii'ut ... 10:41 a. m. 3:'M p. m. C. K. &. N. TIME CARD. GOING EAST. No. S PnfiiL'tT 5:i"ia. No. : Local Freight 11:40 p. I'wiicuit. 7:07 . GOING WEST. No. :i7 Passenger 11:00 p. " 7 I-ocai Freight 11:10 p. Passenger !f.0i a. m. in. in. ni, in. ui. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. WALLACE, LI. D., Physician and Surgeon. Special attention (rlTea to the diabases of wo-m-n. Otncs noath side pablio qu.are, I'ltlllip.burg', - - - - Kiiim. A. B. HOUCK, M. D., Eclec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 August 1888

THE HERALD. PHILIPSBURG, KANSAS rAirsAS IJXV7S. Commonwealth, Sunday : It was re ported on good authority iu this city last night that Henry Moore and Mrs. Norton sailed from Halifax yesterday afternoon for Liverpool. A private telegram to that effect was received by some one who befriended them while here and aided them in their escaie. It is added that while Mrs. Norton turned over the bonds, stock, jew els and S3, dOO in cash to her lawyers, she still had some 5-S.0O0 or fiJ.OOO which she retained and said nothing about. On this it is supposed she and Ht nry have gone off to huv a picnic in Her Majesty's domain. When the adultery case against II. YVr. Moore was called at Topeka I Mon day lie failed to respond. His bond of $500 was forfeited. Mrs. Norton's case was continued for two weeks. A tel egram from Idaho Springs says : Editor Moore and Mrs. Norton of St. Louis arrived here Saturday morning, and are living at one of the summer hotels as m .n and wife. A striinger, supposed ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 August 1888

Pony-Rider of the Plains. km Ixfltln fciory b One of the Ploer Westers HI1 Carries. How Bob Getchel Loat Ki4 K! f er ia Bide for Life. Bob Getchel was one of the most daring and reckless riders on old Ben Holiday's pony express line across the plains in the early days, before the Central Pacific Railroad took the place of both stage coaches and ponies. I made the acquaintance of Bob in 18G1. I was then city editor of the Territorial Enterprise, and Virginia City, the chief town of the Comstock silver mines, was then the western terminus of Bob's route. Bob had his "lay-of" days in the town, and was much about the Enter prise office. In those days there was no telegraph line across the conti nent, and we depended on the pony ex press for news from the Atlantic States and also from all points west of the Missiouri River. Bob was born in Utah, and his ear ly days were passed among the "cow boys" on a ranch near Provo and among beaver trappers in the moun tains, or in long brotherly vis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 August 1888

THE HERALD. PlIILLdPSBUKG. - KANSAS. OFFICIAL SOU NT Y PAPER. E. F. KOKNS. R. A. DAGUE. KORNS & DAGUE. PUBLISHERS AXD PKOPRIETORS.- Fuiday, August r.J, 18S8. For President of the United Stat en GEN. BENJAMIN HA1UQSOX, of Indiana. For Vice, President, LEVI P. MORTON, of New York. For At lanre. First District. . . . Second District . . Third District. .. Fourth District. . Fifth District. . . . Sixth District. . . Seventh District. 1' residential E lectors, John L. "Walker. Eujrene F. "Ware. Lon XV. llobinson. .. .Frank 11. Ogg. . . . T. I. Anderson. . . . .John Madden. , . . D. A. Valentine. .J. 13. McGonigal. . .E. I. Chapman. For Me m tie r Conaress ;tli District, E. J. TUllNEll. The Republican State Ticket. For Oo ernor, Lyimiii I'. Humphrey. Tor Lieutenant Governor, Andrew J. Felt. For Sec retary of State, William Uigum. For State Treasurer, JamesW. lluiniltou. tor State Auditor, Timothy McCarthy. For Attorney General, L. H. Kello;'. For State Superintendent, George W. WinauB...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 August 1888

FOR FINE PHOTOG RAPHS, TIN" TYPES FRAMES- AND TRI ! MMING-S.G-O TO TIT CHER'S GALLERY ! ON THE WEST SIDH n h rp I ' I - . n i j i m ' (in 'w' ' U u- U U U i J U Li J. C. & E. S. LATSBAUGKS. THE HERALD. t'HIJ-LIPSlJUIlG. KANSAS j ANNOUNCEMENT. Wo are authori.ed to nay that Geo. W. stinson will be a candidate before the Republican county convclilion for the oMce of County Attorney. V.u. Ukkald: 1 hereby announce myself a can didate for the othce of District Clerk subject to the action of the Republican County Convention. J . 1. Hicks. Wc. are authorised to announce the name of Geo. A. spauldink' an a candidate for the ortice of County Attorney subject to the decision of ttie republican County Convention. We are autherized to announce the name of F. C. Johnson, of Mouud township, as a candidate or Clerk of the District Court, subject to the ac iou of the Uepublieau County Convention. We are authorized to announce the name of J. X Mother, of Kirwin, a a candidate for County Superint...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 August 1888

Conie cat neath the stars, lore, wherenaiar 18 sleeping i V here the leaves and the blossoms are drink ing the dew. Come out w here Diana her virfjil is keeping, AVhere nibt-birds their sweet plaintive love eongs renew. Together we'll wander, No care will we keep, From the put we will sunder. While nature' asleep. (The soft-toned guitar, with its music of love, (toon moves her to open the lattice above.) Fain, fain would 1 wander wltn thee in the meadow. But fate and my father prevent me; alas, lie'e out with his lantern already his shad ow I Bee round the woodshed suspiciously pa&s. The shot-gun is loaded With lead superfine, And Touser is hungry For trousers like thine. Merchant Traveler. HUFF AND TIFF. A Pietare of Srrld Life That Yob M.jr Poshlbly ItecognLce. Harper's Weekly. Who were they? They were Mr. and Mrs. Thwaite, and they had been so for a few weeks only. They became Huff and Tiff w hen they married. Athough they were well-to-do citizens ot New Lancaster they had no...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 August 1888

THE huLY HOUR. Faintly as fades the smile from sleeping ' M-n-s The last of day wanes in the quiet wet: And from the blue above me darkness dips Lflke .some wins-weary bird above its nest. Dim as a warrior's tarnished shield the moon Pests on the dus' y benders of the sea Whose dev.) voice, like some wierd old prophet's tune, . Thioumi the still air is borne afar to me. The low of herds is hushed upon the hill, The mill has ceased to murmur by the stream. In yellow rields the clanging scythe is still. And all the darkling world is In a die im. One after one, among the stirless tree, The lights come out along the village street, Anil n:-any a pleasant glimpse of house hold e.ise Lends night, with all its stars, a charm more sweet. And hark! where in the gloom the time worn towir Looms gaunt and $,host-like from the cyp ess grove. Flow temle ly the church clock tolls the hoi:r! The holy hour of perfect peace and love! Sweet hour: from whose cool, crystal urns of air The soothing draug...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 August 1888

THE HERALD, I'UILLU'MilKt; :. ..KANSAS. The Atchison Cliamjnoii of July 25th, says : Tho Rock Island road has boon completed to Burlington, Colo rado, thirty-rive miles west of Good laud. The track-layers are pushing on west of Burlington ?t the rate of over two miles a day. Itegular trains will not bo run west of Goodland un til the track is completed to Itiver Bend, some eighty miles from Burl ington. The C. K. & N's (Bock Is- laud) western division commences at Bhillipsburg and runs to Goodland. 140 miles. Trains are running regu larly on this division. The new sta tions are Bhillipsburg, the division terminus, Stuttgart, Brairieview, Al mena, Norton, Soiith Oronoque, Clay ton, Jennings, Dresden, Selden, Bex ford, Gem, Colby, Levant, Brewster, Kelson, Goodland. At Bhillipsburg the company have built a six-stall round house, laid out extensive yard room, have several miles of switch tracks, erected large stock pens, and just completed a large well, where they have found an ine...

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