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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 September 1885

jjjpiptirjj j'iiE PiiiiJLiPcisTjna . - - EAJ3AS. A t-HOKT time ago a rat got into the cage cf a canary belonging to a Buffalo woman and killed the bird. The woman returned in time to trap the rat in. the cage, and kept it there 8;x days without food or drink, till it died of starvation. To further satisfy her vengeance she would at times prod the rat with a red hot knitting-needle. She also tortured it by giving it some vitriol in a spoon end a red pepper pill. It is also related that when it died she cried because she could no longer punish it. Peach raising used to be a great in dustry in New England. Forty years ago the fruit was so abundant in the farming regions around Uartford that the local market was overstocked and farmers often "fed it out" to their swine. In seme way it has died out in later years but recently has revived, until now one may find almost as large and good Con necticut peaches in the Hartford market as in 1840. Mejii!i.8 of the Portland, Oregon, board of tra...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 September 1885

liANSAS NEWS. One of the moht important railroad and cases ever decided in the United tat-a was decided by Judge Brewer, of the United States circuit court the other iay at Leavenworth. It was an equity case in the name of the attorney general of the United States against the Kansas City, Lawrence & Southern Kansas rail road company. The bill was tiled Janu ary -3, lbco, and alleges that the railroad company unlawfully held 27,000 acres of land, having obtained patents to which it vvaa not entitled. These lands are in Allen county, and are improved farms worth several millions dollars. The title to many other lands are indirectly in volved. The railroad company claimed the land3 under a transfer from the Mis souri, Kansas & Texas Railroad com pany, and that company by a transfer from the Atchison Topeka & Santa F e, and also by independent grant to itself. The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe com pany are to baild a branch down the Ne-j osno valley, lne grant was maae Ala...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 19 September 1885

Land Or!le at Kirwiu. Kansas. iZi Aug. W, 5C-T- Notice !s liereiy piven that the fo!!o in-named n-ttier haa n.etl notice of Icr intention to make fmu.1 proof in support of H-r clabr., and thai said proof wi.l be ,nade befor- ho probate juui- it 4 'lerk District Court ut P. iliipsbure:, Kii'tc, 0:1 September 0, vir :: 1 ' SI ICKiTilA 'CLAKK, lid No. 17-TO-3 for those 45 r e qr 10, iv qr sw qr 2, nnJ aiifniMr 30 fell 11 :..- the :o!--' lowing wilnoitned ts-pre,ve her run lit: siuiiu resi dence upon, and cttkivufv 11 of aid ltilid, iz : li. E. Morton, Giioerr Vim-en;. John Kendrew and Jizra Caswell, all of Vni!:i;..-bnr;r, Kansas. JOMN BIsSELL, Kc'ister. Lwij Korns, Attorneje. acir i3 Land Office at Kirwin. Kar.sas, 5 Auu. lath, lS-r,. 9-Gri Notice is hereby l'Hcd that the fellowm.; n:,:ci 1 pettier has filed liotii e of bin inter.ti.n to make fi lial prof in mppori of hj-, claim, aiid that .-aid pnx nil; be iiic.de before the Probate or llislrlct Court, uf. Philiipsbur..', Kas., on Se...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 26 September 1885

A tJPKAK M'0 TilKM THAT 'l'HKY OO FORWAKD. VOL. VII NO 46. PHILLIPSBUR'G, KANSAS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1885. 81.50 IN ADVANCE. i : : i-i THE HERALD. FHILLIPrilJURG. - KANSAf. rCBL!S2EB EVER! SATLRD1I HV LEWIS & KORNS. Arrival and Departure of Malls, Hail east and west via. C. It. Mo. Pacific It. K . Srrivet 4 . " leaves 7 3 ip- daily. A'.uui and rhillipshutjj Arrivt -s i p. ra., .Mon day?, Wednesdays and Kri.'ays ; leaves I p. m. Loesr Island and Phillipsbur.' Arrives 12 m. nrd lraves I p. in., on l ucsdays, Thursdays and "Satur days. . . " , Nance and Fhi'lipsbur? Arrives 4 p. m., Tuos deye and Fridays; haves 6 a. m., Wednesdays end Suturdavs. Warners vi He anil PhUlipsbu:u;n Arrives ' p. ra. and leave? H p. m. on Tuesday and Saturdays. Post Odlce IIouis "iktiS H a. in., c!os s at p. in. Sundave open tt a. in. nnd 7 p. m., clo es 1'' a. m. aud 7 :.'10 p. m Money order business doses at 6 p. tn. No money order or legistier letter busi ness transacted Sunday. II. C. SpjVldi- , P. ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 26 September 1885

ASTUtlLOOKEOOCf O SEA. I saw two women t tandlnp on a hill THat 10 keel ou; toward the sea. Theace t f one Waa worn end seamed with caie, yet calm and eu.l Llie one whose work Is dace, The other'! wai youog and tre&h. and fa!r, And yel withio htr ht-art thfie seemea to be Some sorrow, giving h i a pensive air, As the looked out to sea. They looVd not at the wind blown Cowers that lay About tUiir feet, but followed with their eyes A ntKie y yessel; gal lag on her way, Where b liown iaU and rib:. The maiden, though her face bespoke her grief At pariin? from her lover, yet seemed fain To lull ht-rtorrowr wuh the loud beilef That they would meet again. Not so, the other, for her trembling lip To.d that she uiougnt that the had lost her sou Thate'er gain iho'e waters knew her ship Her Jile's vojage would Leaoae. 7hey waived their kerchiefs, thinking they couid ste An autwerug signal from the vetf el's dt ck; Then wmcntd ine etilp uuul It seemed to be Only a ois.aut specs:. They watch...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 26 September 1885

Fri'.MiiAr Ptrtainias to tlie Posts. Cclcmbua Coun?r: A movement is on foot to establifch a pension examining board in Cclambns, with, a very fair prcsppct of eucces. The nearest point 13 Fs. Scott or Parsons, which ia too far away for pensioners in thia county. A petition ha3 been Eent out to all Grand Army poita in this county, for the eigna tures of the eoldierB asking for the estab lishment of a board in thia city. Newton Republican: At a regular meeting of Jadson Kilpatrick post Ho. Z6, G. A. R., held September 15tb, the .Ladies' Keliel Corps 01 inia city, presented to the post a check for 30, to be used by it for the relief of sol diers, their widows and orphans. The post wa3 also presented with a eteel en graving of Gen. Grant. Leavenworth Standard: On pension day about a week or so ago. Judtie Clongh certified to vouchers for $2,139 for pen sions. That is the amount drawn for three months. The amount drawn in the city, is about three times that. Thus the government pays to i...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 26 September 1885

THE HERALD. I'HILLIPSIUTRG. . - KANSAS. OFFICIAL GOUCTY PAPER SatI" kDat , Skptkmukk 2iiTH, 1F5. For .TuUr oi t!ie 17th Judicial Dixtrict, LOUIS K. PRATT, of Norton County. Republican County Convention. There will bp a KepuMkan County Convention held in PtillliprUir, on fturardaY, Ortolwr 3rd, ISfO, C 11 o rkx-k a. in.. Tor the junoMi -f put ting in nuraio:tC(ou candidate for the following olJicen to -wit: Register of lwils County Trear tr, County tier, bhrfilf, Coronet, ouiuy Survey or and IXjinuiissioner bf irid tllstrit-t. I lie n.-veral township wiil tc entitled to the following num ber of delegate or thi-tr alternates a follow a: Arcade. H Loirnn 4 Heaver l-"ni island 3 licliiioiit 5J Mouud - How (Vtk U rhiilipfburt; 5 Crtntul t lainvieW X ll.i'vti.ll U l'lum 3 Irerreek l'ruirie View 2 Freedom 3 Ktituilit: J Wreennood .1 Solornon 4 (leiiwood t Sumner SJ lirauiu- 2 'low and 2 Kirwin 7 Valley i Walnut J The crnunli tee recommend that th ranens" In 1h- evTiil tow nhlp Ij held un f...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 26 September 1885

THE-HERALD- rillM.IPriBUrib. - KANSAS ANNOUNCEMENT. Uy the urgent tequt f maor voter I an houuce tnynelf a a candidal tor tie ofcice of Retf-iMts-rof Ltt-iirt of I jiII !i covnty, Kaoaa, fu' ject to the decision of U Reputiicn county con vention. B. K. Mortrox. I hetvhy tVe th! opportunity of Mmoubclnj? to the Vetera of fhilljp countv that 1 am candi date for the oiBcv of bherilf, becl to the art ion of the lie publicau couutT convention. w . !L boronTox. 7e are anthortied to annoance the ntme of S. J. HART.MAN" m a rnlidW for the cliicecf County Clerk, fubject to the fiction of the liepub llcua county convention. We are authorized to announce the name of THOMAS DaVISoX, Of Greenwood townnUip, a cancidate fvr sheriff, Kubjoct to the declnlou of the Kpb;ieaaconvetioo of I'hiiiips county. I hereby announce myself cadUte for the oCira of Purveyor, subject to tha decision of the .Kepiibiican county convention. T. K. WES XS. I hereby announce mync! la candidal for tl ofllce of ShenX subj...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 26 September 1885

Riifv JnvEs. a colored woman of White Plains, N. Y., died recently, and her remains were put into a ccn. Tues day a score of her friends were Bitting up with the bed v. All was cuiet until the clock began to Etrike midnight. Then there was a rutle amone the Cowers on the cctSn-lid. The rustle grew into crolonsed erdittine Bound, and the bible fell on the floor, while the lid rose slowly upward. The panic that followed among the watchers was indescribable, and the - house was empty within thirty seconds. It was discovered by the policemen who were attracted to the place by the yells of the frightened negros that the burst ing of theccfSn was caused by theswell- . ing of the body. ITatites of Candahar adopt a very noy el andeuccefEful method of enticing par tridges within reach. They wear a mask or a long veil of a course, jellow cotton loth, dotted all over with black spots, having eye-holes, and hanging In loose folds round the body of the sportsman. Thus ditguised, he creeps cautio...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 26 September 1885

A heavy rain -washed away the sup port of one of the bridges of the Missouri Pacific railroad near Leavenworth. Pas senger train No. 1, on that road was the first train to pass over, and all bat the last two car succeeded in doing so. While the last car, a sleeper, wa3 passing over, th.6' bridge gave throwing it over the em bankment. A panic immediately ensu ed among the passengers, tut euch of those who retained their presence of mind ran back to see to the injured peo ple. In turning over the Miller coupler had let go its hold-thus saving the rest of the train from going with the last car. In the sleeper were four passengers and the porter, and they all crawled out ex cept one, a Mr. Stewart, of Des Moines, Iowa. As soon as he was missed several went into the car and succeeded in ex tricating him. It was found that he was badly but not Beriously injured. Save the damage to the car this was the only Joss. The Soldiers' Orphans' Home, which has been located in Atchison by tha State ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 26 September 1885

Land Cilice t Kirvvin. Kuiea. Noti,o !i hereby jjjvi-n T'jf.t the follow in :r-named eftUcr ha tiitd notice ui lior inic-Qtiuu M make dial ij roof In support of her oUi'U, mid llist said proof wtll Ik; ni.-tde tx'for th..- I'n !u:Te Jud.'e or Clerk !):.iri i Ciuit lit I'fciiilpr-Liri ir. Hums, oil frt-pteintier lr, vi : sl'P.HITHA LLAIvIT, lid No. IT; 3 fr the .-e or se qr lf, -u or s.v or J, urui :i hf n-- (r l H. Sue limine? the ol lowiis v. iiiK-Mft U prove bt-r rontin uou rtsi-dt.-ncH upuu, msl rciclvatjon of rixid l:;nd. iz : H. K. Siurfou, Giii.t-ri iin t iit, Jol.n Kt;x!rtw i:d i'r.ra Orwell, !! of PhilM; -Onir;,', KfiraH. ' ' JOHN iii.ssi.LL, Uc;i-t-r. Lewia i; Korim, Attorney. ai: I5 Laud Oilice at Kirwin. Knim. J Aim. If.ili, is-.", ; OkCn Notice trt ti-rvby C'iven th:it t!i.; f. il.jw i.if r.nuif-d tettler iia ljit.-tl notiie of inter. !!) tt- muke ii ' nl proof in support of hi claim, a!i(i tlint niUi ' pro- vi'.l L.e made before the Hro!.-:e or l;i"lrirt Court, t Pbilii...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 October 1885

HIKVIv U'0 TKI-JM THAT TIIKY GO FORW'AKD. VOL. VII NO 47. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 18S5. o 1 . 50 IN ADVANCE. THE HERALD. PIIILL.IP3BURG, - KANSAS. ITSLISHED EYIRI EJICHDAI BY LEWIS & KORNS. Arrival and Departure of Mall, Jfail eafct and we t via. C. B. Mo. Pacific K. R.. arrive 4 a. ni., leave 7:p. ui daily. Altna :md l'hiUipcUtirii Arrive fi p. m., iton dsy, VS"edn Hinvi unit Fridays: leaven 1 p. in. Lou? W.undaild phiilipfbur Arrives 12 ni. and leaves"! p. vi., on Tueuuayo, ThunsdaTS and Sutur .tipyts. . Nance and PLiliipoburj,' Arrive 4 p. m., 1 ues d&ys id Fridays; ioave 8 a. to., Weduehdays uud tiluri"f.ivi!. Vji-nerviil u:i:J Phmipf-buajrh Arrived 2 p. m. arid lrnvei S p m. 'in 1'0fs-'.f and Saturday. I'-yrt OrtWe Hours Opens S a. rn., clotcs ut p. ni. 8ut.ji. opt-n 9 a. m. and 7 p. Hi., clo ep In .a. ta. and 7:1-0 p. m. Mouey order bueineKsclot.es at 6 p. m. No money order or legUter letter bui Xie8 transacted fcunday. II. C. Spacldinc, P. M. A 1. A...

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

SCBATCBK3 Through the garden Kan tne maiu. "1 rauit hYe a rose, the said: "Take a lilt." eomts one vfhi'pere, Talus a lUy," child, instead !" But tne rosea hung In posies. Bjighlly blushing overhead: Up the Bprucg, and, lightly lacghliig, Smttched one, but her finger bled. So felia ciose iiir own sweet rose, And hc-r own sweet will bLehadK: ilad a cruel thorn as well. Wouldn't tcli old pride forbade It. When a maiden Bays "I will," Pin may prick its bridal favor, Biill aht) bears It, wears it till All things eul no aaiut can save her. THE ANSWEK. A cathedral, calmly waiting. Sweetly rinsing out in engine, Calling, calling, as in pity W here the luinult of the city Cites aloud ironi life or crime. Multitudes in restless surging bwell a discord harfeh and wild. Sounds of lighting and ol swearing, Voice cf laughier and def-pairing, And. the bobbmgs of a child. Volres shrill and voices pleasant Mi gse with the tread ot feet, Tambourines and songs and gladnesi. Cues or hucss.ers. drawl o...

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

i- izi thj l:trd i . ! . ' ' - ' y.- -V "You remember that fellow ho wrote v iitit'a it3 narae? You know ha ruide fcorae mouey on one of the we&tern ra.il ro?..'.s; I format what they call it." "Well, what of it?" "Why, not long ago he was in what's that town in Wisconsin?" "Don't know the name of the town; what did he do?" "What the dace ia the name of that town? A big politician carne from there. You know him. Well, this fellow "Which lellow?" "I can't think of hia name. It's a good joke, and I nearly died when I heard it. He'd come up from that big plantation in Louisiana, kept by by who'a that big hanker in St. Louis? The man who built a Hue of steamboats from Keokuk to to I'll think of the name in a rnin nte the town at the mouth of the road that runs at the west bank of the Miss issippi from that place opposite Cairo Coneclidiited with the Cairo and Fulton road. What the deuce is the name of that lint?" "Don't know. Never was in that country. What did he do that was eo fan...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 October 1885

THE HERALD- J'lfli.lliViUL'UG. - KANSAS ! Tor J w.t hi t:;e l?!h Jadicud t-istIct, . , - ' .LO C,l? tC. PRATT, oi Norton Coaaty. Republican County Convention. ' h.- H; t -:i TcpuL-r.Ci.il tv,aty ro'ivi-Titi hcM iii f'ld.rip.-'iuvfv, ci riiarriiiiy," Oe:o!.-r ;;: 1SS., at 11 o'c'aci; u. ra., fT ifa- i-i.r-u....- of ps in :t- tinK in noiil:. :io:i c: ruii-late for It odi:;-.". to-tvil: Ite.riter c-t Deed:;, County Trt-ui-t: cr, C.a.iy clerk, bUcr-5", C.ro tr, oui:'.y Stf t f ;! ',:n!:ii-(?:o'ii.;- of 2-s't CJftri''.. ' he c v r I I ! -tOMri:i' vvi;i i.r eio: c.i to t.!e 'o.J-.wi-.j ;.u Lercf (ieie.-vlcd or lla-rr li.CeraUs i01.Gvt: '.Arcadj Heaver Jieiraor t "How Creek Jjnyton Ier'. reek Jrefuwo'.)il JU-invo'jJ' 4 ) 5 Lo g Inland l'fchiSp: 'ot; rrr J iui :s I ie W T!uni 'riiii-? View lru-livi!7. Soicmoa Vu:ky .1 z i s VaTr.ut The e.? rtaitee recomai.'nd that t'v esr.cus' hold on i'turdi.y, t-p- V. Mor. t -, , occrttiry. tJomocrat Com r.ty Co!-.ventici. There will be a Democratic conve...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 October 1885

-.- j r- . i- - i i. J. . ANNOUNCEMENT. By be tr;.'i-nt w-quest of many voters I lia tirHicce nyn-if saa rand datp for toe r.tactr of ! iter of D. :U of I'h-il Ijh county, Kansas, t!-jo.-t to tlie tlcciiou of tao Republican rouoty con vention. U. K. Monros. I bcrehy t.'.k.- thi opportunity of announcing to the vot.-r of 1'Li.iipn county tbat I am u cundi . tiate for the o2!ce of tieriil,' f"tljot to tae actios tae Kepubltcaa county convention. w . ii. i;;h:guton. Vi'e nre authorized to tinnounce the niae cf S. j. UAKTMANn a candidate for the otnce of County Cleik, t-ul jett to tbe action of the I'.epub licaa cout!;y couveuticn. We are authorized to announce the name cf THOMAS I lYisoN', of Greenwood townaip, as ! a randidit'-.-for .-Cf ria, iubji-ci t lue ucci-ioii Xb Itcpiiu;icaucouvenliou cf irhl lips county. I hertr.v announce myself a candidate for the ofiice of tarvfyor, tubicct to the ticcitioa of the Ktptibiicaa county coaventioii. r. k. weeks. I licrtbv announce myself a? a ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 October 1885

KAN313. A Willmixgton (Conn.) judge recent ly fined a man J43 fur carting beer around the town, leaving it by keg3 and bottles behind stone walls and under ground for hia customers. The man was Bd pleased to get cfF bo easily that he presented a bottle to the justice in open court, with the appeal: "Take snthin', jedge." The justice said he didn't care if he did, and drank tne liquor in the presence of the court, and asked for a couple more bottles to take home to his oiks. Femikine millinery will be wholly re eponsible for th.e slaughter of birds this year. Christmas and Easter cards will be ornamented largely with stuffed birds, if the present large oiders are con tinued. The sketch is first drawn and painted in, then chromoed and copy righted, and the birds are then arranged in their proper places, the skins only be ing used. One of the most dignified and impor tant personages in the German Empire is llerr Staude, the barber of Kaiser WilheLn. So impressed is he with the Weight o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 October 1885

1C ITS'? A3 NEWS. Oeor'-o Beebe, the son of a farmer cf that name living near Louisville, Potta wotimie county, met hia death in a hor ible way last week. He waa hauling eanj and had just entered the sand cave with s hovel in hand to load his wagon, when the massive roof cf sandy earth caved in entirely hiding him irom view, save hia head and one shoulder. A man and his wife were in the field close hy, and hearing his cries, they hastened to the terrible scene of death. On arriving there, the Bight that met their eyes waa sufficient to wring the heart strings and cause them to risk their own lives in their eilorts to save that of the suffer ing, dying boy. A ray of hope sparkled in the youth's eyes at the arrival of these friend3,and his first and last words were: "Be quickl" The man finding no shovel no with which to remove the sand, sent his wifd to the house, a short distance away after one, while he went at work with his naked hands to unearth the swiftly perishing boy. Oh,for a...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 3 October 1885

THE HERALD. nin.MPMBunG. - Kansas TLe icMU and Pecasiar Pa.eant of ITorn InS it iiour.liwes-.f rn Gorzia-. .Toots havo gun cf rosy dawns, .cf urune fucseta warjnj low, anU. f that later Lour when Jare Jlesper flitters through the rosy apiices, while iuid silent bpheres rises the deepening liiht- 15ut tLe puet is yet to bo who will tell in numbers worthy of tho theme the story of that magical drama of nature, the silver sunrise in the south, or ia that part of it known as the cotton belt of' southwestern tJeor-iria- There the isoihtrui is rieuii-tropi-cal. The almost I!at, slightly undu lating landscape is, or was twenty yearsajro, under the hisfh cultivation of the slave sgteni, a sheet of verdure breaching incense in the months ot March, April, and May. The tall cypres, the thick-leaved ambrosial live-oak, the lieavy-sceuted magnolia frranditlora, form the upper folinge, belting the clear dark ponds .that dot the low. Hat. level tracts. Arouud ih,eir fic-dgy borders the cranes and ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 10 October 1885

aphzjiz. 'i'o rriuoM 'nxvjr 'rizizr go S'orrwiiu. VOL. VII NO 48. PHILL'IPSBURG. KANSAS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1885. SI. 50 IN ADVANCE - V . THE HERALD. PniLLIPSBUUG. - KANSAS. fLSLISSID EVIRI SiTCMlI BY LEWIS & KORNrf. Arrival and Departure of Mails, Mail eat and wct via. C. I. Mo. Paci3c It. It., arrives 7 . m., leaves 7:3'i p. in., daily. Alms and l-hillipsfcury Arrives i p. ra., Mon ,dav, an 1 Kri.lay.: leaves I p. rn. ' Loiifj Island and PhHliprbure Arrives 12 m. and leaves 1 p. w., on 1 uesduys, Thurbdaya and Sjtur- Nance and Plii lipsbur" Arrives 4 p. in.; Tuff days nr.d 1'ridays; leaves 8 a. m., Wednesday a and iuinrday. Wakiiicreville and PhU'.ipj-hn.tffh Arrives 2 p. m. and leave a p.'m. on Tuendays and Saturdays. Poet CMtloe Hour opens ha. ru.w closes at p. m. bnndavs open 9 a. m . and 7 p. ra., cio es . ra. tnd7 ::-i0 p. m. . Money order buine8 olot.ee at 6 p. in. So money order or register letter bui nea transacted fcuuday. II. C. Spatjldi' g. P. M. aptlst Sirvics, ...

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