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"William BissELi, Editor. ...
PHILLIPSBURO, K8., Sept. 7, '82.
Republican State Ticket-
xTOHN P. St. JOHN Governor
D V. FINNEY,...-LJeut. Governor
JAMES HMITII,... Secy, of State
J3. P. McCABE,......Acditor of State
SAM T. HOWE Treasurer
V. A. JOIINT8TON,....Atty. General
H. C. SPEER. Supt. of Pub. Instruc
J). J. BREVlSItf.....AcOciate Justice
For Congressman First District,
JOHN A ANDERSON, of Riley Co.
For Congreismcn at Large t
E. N. MORRELL, of Brown Co.
LEWIS HANBACK, of Saline Co.
H. It. PETERS, of Harvey Co
B. W. PERKINS, of Labette Co.
Republican County Convention.
Notice is hereby Riren that a Republican
Cnnnty Convention will be held at Phillipsburg,
J hillh'B county. Ktnui, on Saturday. October
Ht , 18S2. at 2 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of
1 Itoing in nomination candidates for the follow
Clerk ef the District Court.
Superintendent of Public Instruction,
Commissioner lid District.
The ererl towoihis will be entitled to del
gut os in said Convention as follows: Arcade
J; Beaver 1; Belmont t, Bow Creek 2; Crystal 2;
Li ay ton 1; Deer -Creek 2; Freedom 2; Gleowood
:; Granite 1: Greenwood 2, Kirwin 7; Locaa 3j
Louic'slund 2; Mound 2; Phillip-bore 5; Plain.
visr 1; Plum 3; Prairieview 1 ; Rueh-iile 1; Sol
omon d; Sumner 1; To wan la 1; Valley 2; Walnu t
2. It is recommended that township caucuses be
a eld on Saturday. October 7, l&2. By order of
Thil.ip County Republican Central Committee.
UKO. W. YOUNG, Chairman.
nu.Tbe re-union of the old soldiers
of Washington county iJ fcegin on
'Tuesday of this wcwk at Washington .
&SThe man, wLo at forty, is still de
ipendent on his weekly wages, having
-savea cotumg, is heavily handicapped
lor toe aomcdirecn ot :ne.
Bffi- The Clay Center " Times '
tliink". it a foregone conclusion that Sen
tor Plumb will be his own successor. We
hope the prediction is true and that the
"Timas" man is a prophet. Senator
Plumb has been a hardworking and
efficient public officer and his usefulness
lor another term would be very much
enhanced by hii past experience. The
practice of retiring a faithful public
omcer as soon as his experience begins
to render him helpful is, to say the least,
Now that all three parties have made
their btate and District nominations, it
may be safely assured that Kansas poli
tic? has merged from the chaos-period
and assumed fhape. Contrary to the
hopes aud expectations ot some, tho
Demociats put into the held a full ticket,
Wasting every hope of the opposition
gaining anything in State or Congress
ional offices and henceforth the cam-
Iiaign will be little else then heal squab
'les for the county offices and the Leg
On the part of the Iiepcblicans the
campaign will bo opened iu due and
ancient form at Lawrence about the 20th
of this mouth when it is expected that
the Big-4, the three district candidates,
Senator Plumb and Governor St. John
will be present and start the ball roll
ing with a momentum heretofore un
known in Kansas.
CO TO THE FAIRS-
The following article, taken from the
American Agriculturist, for September,
comes so near eaying what we would
like to say, and says it so much better
than we could, and it being of special
interest just tiow, wc reproduce it in full:
The term "Fair'' may net always be
the most appropriate one for the autumn
hows. Exhibition is a better word,
but the less frequently used. Not only
should tho farmer go to the Fair, but
he ought to take his family with him.
TThc going, simply, is not enough. All
members ot the household should make
it a poitt to take something to exhibit.
One of the boys may take a fine colt,
and if it his own, there will be all the
more pride in obtaining a prize. Anoth
er sun may have a yoke of sters that he
has trained fur the exhibition. As for
the girls, there are a thousand different
things that can be made with the needle
that will grace the walls of tho 'Voman's
Paviliion," - or rooms of the Household
Department. Even eo common a thing
as bread may be baked wLh special care,
nnd will attract muth attention. Then
there are the garden vegetables, potatoes
a new kind perhaps pumpkins,
.squashes, etc., and products of the farm
and orcharJ. It Lt not wise to leave all
these things at home, and then criticise
the Exhibition because you can say,
44 We have better things at home." To
o and take things to the Fair is not
enough. The Exhibition should become
a school at which all exhibitors and visit
trs make a study of the implements, cat
tic, poultry, fruit, grain, etc., that there
tire. A farmer may owe his success in
growing some crop to the knowledge
gained at a town fair. The farmer that
has a real pride in tho farm will take
great interest in tho local Fair, and will
exhibit the best products of farm life in
the boys aud girl., who are interested
exhibitors at the Fairs. The day at the
Fair should be a social one, everyone
lnakitigii a point to meet many neigh
bora and others with a pleasant word.
It ii a place of asking and answering
question., and the person who goes
through the exhibition without opening
his mjuth, is ccrtaioly not getting all
the good that is within his reach. It is
our advice that, all go tu the Fair all
take something to show, and all find out
as much as possible about all the various
exhibits that are made by others. In
this way the day at the Fair wi'l be a
roost profitable one. It may be tkat a
premium will not be takeu by anyone,
but the prize money is only a small part
of tho value that an exhibitor may rc-t-iMw'
from a. Fair, that hai been nsed as
. .ncttnUi -n ' htt f nndcra'andiog cf
i hi rxia.t of ih f:.;m. rnnlt-n and
HISTORY OF KANSAS.
More has boea Written : and printed
concerning Kansas than any other state
in the union. It early history, ita polit
ical stntg&lea, its war record and- its un
precedented jrrowth and advancement in
the era of peace which succeeded the
war, ail com Dine to renaer its History
typical of the highest possibilities under
a republican form of government.
Its true history has never been writ
ten. The sharp drawn prejudices of the
early, struggles have overshadowed the
truth, and given a partisan coloring to
every attempt at the historic narrative
hitherto. With the lpe of rears pre
judice has been assuaged and personal
animosities softended to that extent that
the truth is in a measure attainable, and
it seems as important as feasible to now
undertake the work of gathering and
compiling the facts concerning tbe early
territorial history, while many ot the
pioneers whose uvea make the history,
are still alive. The Western Historical
company, of Chicago,' having published
in extensive form over one hundred his
tories of the leading counties in the
states of Illinois, Wisconsin and Iowa.
has now consolidated its large corps of
experienced waiters upon the work of
writing as complete and exhaustive a
history of Kansas as an adequate expend
iture of time, means and skill can pro
duce. The work of compiling the state his
tory is in charge of Mr. W. G Cutler,
who, with assistants, has already been
engaged on thi work in Topeki, where
lm resides, for six months. Various
members of the staff of writers are now
stationed at different points, in the
Kate, engaged in gathering local inform
ation and compiling the town and
county histories. . Already a vast sum
of money and much conscientious and
patient research has been expended on
the work, which, if fiaished m accordance
with the prospectus below, cannot but
prove an invaluable acquisition to the
literature of the stato. The prospectus
is a3 follows:
We propose to publish a history of the
state of Kansas, containing its pre-terri-torial,
territorial, and its state history,
with a history of its counties, cities,
towns and villages. Records, newspaper
files, and all valuable means ot obtaining
accurate information wiil be examined,
the memory of early settlers fully ex
hausted, and all classes visited, that the
past history, present condition, and fu
ture prospects of the state may be clearly
and exhaustively set forth.
All matters, both of general and local
interest and value will be thoroughly
treated, such as the agricultural, manu
facturing anil commercial interests, pub
lic and private improvements and enter
prises, banking institutions, railroad and
other corporatiors, etc., Ptc. Sketchas
of religious, educatioual, bcnerolent,
scientific, literary, cecret, musical, chart-.
table, pioneer and other societies.; City
and county governments, courts, press,
etc., will . be carefully sompiled from the
most reliable sources, of information, to
gether with scraps of history, incidents,
anecdotes, statistics, biographical sketch
es of prominent men aud early settlers
nd much other matter of like general
interest and value.
Hie volume will also contain maps of
tho counties, on a scale of six miles to
the inch, showing townships, cities, vil
lages, churches, school houses, streams,
mills, manufactories, etc.
The war record of Kansas in the late
rebellion will be fully written, giving a
history of each regiment and battery
that entered the service, together with
official lists of all Kansas soldiers killed
The work will oe finally illustrated by
a superior class of engravings and por
traits of caly settlers and prominent
All our illustrations are made by the
new photoengraving process.
1 he work will be a large octavo form.
It will be finely bound iu half leather,
with combined marble edges and spring
back sewed with silver thread. It will
be gotten up ia the most attractive and
durable style, will contain about 1,200
to 1,500 paces, and will be completed
sometime during nxt year.
From the outline of-the plan given
in the foregoing prospectus the people
can and will demand of us a complete
and creditable history of Kansas, and our
only interest is to furnish such a publi
cation as will meet .with the hearty ap
proval of the public. - In turn, we aik
for our employes in their labors your
hearty co operation, with which we can
furnish you a volume that will be of in
estimable value to yourselves and pus
WESTXRN IilSTORICAI SOCIETT.
Taylor's Block, Chicago, July 10, 18S2.
rA TUN TS ISSUED.
U. S. Laxd OrTICE, "i
Kirwin, Kan., Sept. 5th. J v
Patents were received at this ofiice
to-da , for the following parties, for
lands in Phillips county, viz .
Chas Cook, Artemus Shearer,
Jas. S. Horner T. B. Fulkerson
Frankliu Manges, Jno. Broadsword,
Wm. II. Clark,
Jas. Andrews, .
R. B. Still well,
H. L. Ensign,
Jamea M. (Jox,
T. M. Lon'more,
II. . C" Stewart,
Mathew Dorm an,
J. W. Ryan7
W. D. Miner,
Henry Pratt and M. Ureenfield.
T. M. II elm, Register.
J6" Yellow Jack is becoming di-tress-ingly
prevalent along the Gulf cost from
the Mexican border to Pensacola, Flori
da. . New Orleans has escaped so far
and is vigerousl f ' quarantened against
the aHicted districts.
Notice is hereby given that there
will be. a teacher's examination at th
school house in Phillipsburg, on Fri
day and Saturday, Sept. 8th and 8th,
commencing at 9 o'clock a.. in. Teach
ers who are not already qualified to
teach fall and winter terms, should be
preecnf and procure their certificatca.
C. A. Lewis, Sup't. "
THE STATE OF KANSAS. I :
. Phillips Couty. as.
In the Probate Court in and for said
lne matter of the Estate of I
Wm. H. Tcdkow, Deceased, f
Notice Is hereby given thai letter! of Admin
istration hare bees granted te tire naderrianeH
oa the iuttoiWB. u. ledrow. lata or saia
County, deceased, by the Honorable, the Pro
bate Court of the County and Stat aforesaid,
dated the 6th day of September. A. D.. ls2.
No, mil person baring claims against tit said
JSetate, are nore&y noanea t&u tney must
present the same to the under sued for al ew
ae.ee within one yeat from the date of said let
ters, or they amy be- prvefaded fro any benefit
exhibited withia three yean after the date of
sai letters, tbey sball bo forever barred.
J. S. Tkdbov, Administrator
of the Estate- of Wm. If. Tedkow,
Sept. 6th, 1882. Deceased
K. DAVIS, Attorney. aep-7
U. 8. Land Offioe Kirwia Kansas, tag0
Aug. 18, ) 968
Com Dlaint having been entered at this efice
by J M Uumbeugh, against C B Wtofrey, for
abandoning nis iiomesteaa .entry no wsi.
dated February 17th, 1879, upon tho nrw qr nw
Qr 27 and n faf no or so ar no or soctto-s 2. town
2 south, range 17. is Phillips eoventv. Kansas.
with view to tho eaocellatios of said entry ;
ine saia panics are ooreuj nutisoota to-appear
at this ofirce on tbe Ibtft day of October, lss2, at
a o clock a. m., to respona ana rurmsn testi
mony cowevr&ins Mid alledged abandon-aent-TM
KK HAYd, Eooeiver.
S V McEoTt Attorney.
Land Office at Kirwin, Kansas. I
6eptember5, 1882. 4927
Notice-1 hereby given that tho following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof ia support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before tho Probate
Judge e Clerk of the District Courts t Phillips
bunt, Kansas, on Oct. 6, lHa2, vii:
DS 7229, for the swqr neqr nqr n wqr and shf
nwqr section 27, town 2, range 17. He names tho
tallowing witnesses to- prove hit continuous
residence upon and cultivation of said land, rial
Prank Shoemaker, of Phillipsburg. Kansas.
Cbaa Knott . .
R Kinson "
Osborn Cooly -
, .. IM HELM Register.
Wm Pieeell, attorney. sept7
In the District Court of the State of
Jzan8M.s tn andor fhiuzps County
Mary P. Verjason, Plaintiff,
Etavid Veriasori. Defendant
The Defendant, David Verjason, is nerehy
notified that ho hae been eaed in the District
Court of Phillips Co-anty, State of Kansas, by
Alary P. Verjason Plaintiff mod that she prays
in her petition for a judgment of divorce from
said defendant, upon groands of abandonment
for more than one year prior to Jane 6th, 1882,
and for habitual drunkenness and gross ceglect
of duty, and extreme cruelty. You are request
ed to answer said petition oi plaintiff od or be
fore the 31st day of July 1882, or said petition
will bo :aken as true and judgement of divorce
will bo rendered as prayed for. therein.
. E. A- Ed. . Davis,
june8-3w Plaintiff's Attorney
In the Disrict Court of Phillips
County State of Kansas.
Susan E. Wesley, Pl'tf. )
Willis C. Wesley. Deft, j
Tho defendant, Willis C. We ley will
take notice that he has been sued in the
District Court of Philip Cbnntjr, State of
That tho plaint ifF petition ea now on
file in the clerks office of gaid court,
and that the defendaut mnat answer thoie
lo on or before the 6ih day of September
1SS2, or the petition will be taken as true.
judgment for a drcree ot divorce will' be
G. W. Stinson, and Att'ys. for
W. T.S.May. PlaintirT.
July, 27th, 1882. 3w
2nJ Office at Kirwin Kan. 1
Aos. 18, 18S2. J4425
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settief has filed notiee of his intention
to make final pr n support of hie claim, and
that said proof before the Clerk of
District Coartat Phillipsburg kan., on Sept.
H E No 14.855 for ;b w bf 86 qr ano ohf so or
see 8. township 1 sow" ,n 18 we?- If
names the following witnl,8es Prove b is con
tinuous residence upon and fB'tivation of, eaid
land, vis: .
Peter Basquin, Fredricttsbarg, Kmus
H . C. Sharrell, '
William Uipe, ...-.
T. M. 11JCLM, Register.
E. Davis, Atty, ang-2-t
Ltnd Office, Kirwin, Kan. 1 , ...
Aug. 17, 1882. I 4423
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notiee of his Intention to
make tinal proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before the Register
or Receiver at Kirwin, Ian. on Sept. 30th.
1882, via :
JAMES O. ATKINS,
D S No 15,392, for the swo.r see 27. township
1 south, range 20, west, lie names the follow
ing witnesses to prove his continuous residence
upon and cultivation of, said land, vis :
Cummings lioy, of Long Island, Kan.
Van Shield, "
I. W. Nettleship, " " -Joel
Colby. - "
T, M. HELM, Register,
Dodke & McBride, Atlya. au?-24
U. S. Land Office, Kirwif, Kan, ) 4a.
Aug. 17, 1882. J 4971
Complaint having been entered at this - Office
by Frank C. Orey against John H. Vestal for
failure to comply with law as to Timber-Culture
Entry No. 6M1 dated April 23. 1SS0, noon
the s hf se o, see 34, township 1 south, rane 19
we3t, ia Phillips county, Kan with a view to the
cancellation of said entry: eostestant alleging
that .aid John H. Vestal, failed to break or
cause to be broken 2H a errs the first year after
entry, and failed to b-eak 2H acrea second
year after entry and tailed to cultivate 2 acres
second year after entry, as afore stated, the said
parties are hereby suuiutoned to aoper at t&is
Office on the 16th day of November, 1882, at 9
o'clock A, M to respond and furnish testimony
concerning said alleged failure.
T. M. HELM, Register,
o . H. R. HAYES, Receiver.
8. W. McELROY 4tty. or24
Laxo- OrricaAx Kiswm, Kiir., .
August 16th. 1832.
Notice s hereby gi vest that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in inpport of his claim, and
hat aid p.oef will be mode before the Clerk of
the District Court or Probate Judge, at Phill
ipsburg, Kansas, on September 18lh, 182. vis :
- KO RGB E. UTTE.t.
V No. 114T7, for tbo s hf se qr. section 13, and
n hf no qr section 24, town 2 south, range 20 wet
lie names the following wiiaeses to prove his
continuous residence upon and calUration of
said land, vis
11 C Buttington, A Cppers, TJ D Bogers and
J bp i inch, of Prairie view, Kansas, and Smith
. T 4 UtM. Begister
WM BISSBLL. Attorney. Aug-17
Land Office at Kirwin, Eas, l
. Ang l tb, 188-2. f
Notice it hereby given that tho following
named settler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made before tho Clerk of
the District Court or Probate Judge at Phillips
burg, Kansas, on September 18th, 1&82, vis :
- CHARLES W. CASWELL.
DS. No. 8313, for the hf nw qr and n hf sw qr
seetion 7, town 3, range- 17. lie names the fol
lowing witnesses to prove his continuous resi
dence upon, and cultivation of, said land, vis :
Thomas Farger. J. 11. Kertx. F. to. cannon and
J J. ClarE. all of Phil! ipabur. K acta.
T. U. HELM, Kegister.
Wm Biasell. atty. ang -17
Before N. B. McCormick, Justice of
the Peace of Phillipsburg township in
Thomas Jackson, Pltf.V
vs. ' f
T B Calkins, Deft. .J
Said defendant u hereby notified thai on
the 2J)i h d j of July 1832. a garnishment
euQHBOinl was iMuetf by tn above . named
Jittice of the Peace against Charles
Quarr in garnishment proceeding in the
above entitled action for t lie bubj of $23
t vent '-eight dollars for labor and that raid
cansewiSIba heard before raid Jn-tlceof
the Peace on September X21h, 1882, at
in o'clock a. m.
N. B. McCORiflCK,
Justice of the Peace.
Thom. Jacksox, PLaintiff.
. OF PHTLIilPSBUItG, KANSAS- '
Atitliorized Capital X5o ooo Paid Up Capital 9 locoo
-INCORPORATED IN 180-
B. I. HARDING
GEO. W. YOUNG...... ...........
J. Y. MORSE
GEO. W. YOUNG, JB. L. HARDING,
H. C. SPAULDING, HENRY STIVERS,
J. P. MORSE.
Buys and sells Exchange ; Loans Money; discounts notes ; make collec
tions and does a general Banking Business. .......
COMTR ACTO R
I-WI1. do all kinds of work in his line ia the bent possible manner. 8 pec
al attention given to MAKING and TRIMMING COFFINS. A full line of
Coffin Trimmings always on hand. References : Those for whom I have
worked. , vol21tf
MA Y HOBGGIft'S
Northwest corner Sixth -ex yr r-w f -,
Street and Kirwin Ane.f JOuTTlXl.,
Dry Goods, GroGOrios, Boots and Shots, Notions, Etc
t-All who wish to bay at CASH PRICES are ifivited to call and ex
amine our stock before purchasing elsewhere. Our motto is "Quick Sales and
Small Profits."- No trouble to show goods. Give us a call.
New Store! New Goods I New Trices I
CHEAP GASH STORE,
Wetr6at all alike
ONE PRIGE ONLY !
Experience enables us to make the
cheapest and. best selections of
While our line of
. Is complete. We sell for
Do our own work, and make monev
where others cannot make expensees
We surprise many new customer.
with, our prices.
CALL AND SEE
At Dutton'a bid stand, south east
cornor Public" Square,
CLOCKS nd JEWELRY, and SHOES
Confectionery And Gigars
I solicit a share of public patronage
sod will try to please all.
on short notice. Give zue call.
South side Public Sfuare Phillipsburg.
Meat Llaiket 1 FeedStore
PHILLIPSBURG - KANSAS
E. H Evans
choice Meats al
ways on hand
E-Pickled Pork, Fresh Lard, Brn
Chopped Feed, etc., also for sale here.
,. 10 to 12c
- 8 to 10c
6 to 8c
- PAID FOR HIDES.
-.East side of the public square
iEW GiTY LAUilDRY,
M. Ij. Pergesoh,
First II ease 5eta Beekley's Lusabei Tard, '
PHILLIPSBURG, - KANSAS.
ECU Prices Reason abie.C2.
AMD BU I LD Ell,
We Casio West to Grow
UP WITII THB COUNTRY
and hare staid wilh' it,
Geo. V. Young & OoM
. i Sooth Side Public Square,
PHILLPSRUKG, - KAI
AND DEALER IS
WEST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE,
A new stock of Coffin trimmings
Missouri Pacific jr-
TSE DIRECT B O TJTE
FOR ALL POINTS IN
TWO TRAINS DAILY.
THE DIRECT RO TJTE
FOB ALL FOISTS IN THE
EAST and NORTH
VIA BT- XtOJJlB.
TWO TRAINS D
Pullman-Palace Hotel Cars are ran
between ST. LOUIS AND SAN AN
TONIO, Ti Sadalia, daily.
All trains arrive and depart from
the Grand Union Depot at St, Louis,
thereby assuring passengers direct
fet fins si &iier Acc
fimqiGE, F. CHiilQtEB,
C B. Sar.'MMI, sst Esn Pass ML
23-The oldest store in thelga
X--clty. and therefore tne best.-s
VS -" here to stay and-at $y
v-' tSfyovr interest are mine.-j
LADIES' ANI GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
, HATS, CAPS and GLOVES, BOOTS, SHOES and RUBBERS.
Buying from I IE ST HANDS, I always recefve Fresh Goods and Latest
Styles, and am prepared to sell goods as low as any firm in the West, and am
always ready to wait upon my customer -s. Ideal in nothing but
GEN VINE G O O D S .
. , LaU and. Examine my goods before purchasing elsewere.1&& '
: Jl X Al (J T T O IS
QTJ1032: eeLis. S3rx.x, piiopits xxit
Groceries, Provisions and Notions,
Bmgg and M
ZDis.x-.rs IBs losr
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Soutli Side Public Square
Phillipsburg, - - - - - Kansas.
Canned Fruit of Every Variety. Choice Brands Cigars,
Candies, USTotiom-s, &c.
VHO IS UACOUAlPlTrD WITH JT CXOORAPhToF ThTs COUMTrr '
.j , l i WLL 8gg. gy , KAWTKO THIS MAP. THAT TH8
CHICAGO, BOCK ISLAUB & PACIFIC EY
Is The Great Connecting Link
ta maia line mm rrotn -jDieafo to con-ten
Kaita. DaasInK throueh JolleL. Ottawa. Saiia.
Ceneneo MoitBe, Sock Uiaod. Daveaport.
U bertr. Iowa City , M arenjra. BrookIjfn.Ori niwll,
Iea Koioea (Lha caoltaJ of Iowa L Stuart. Atlan
tic and AToea: wits braoefaes from Bareaa
J nnetloB to Peoria; Wllum Jenetioa to Kusea
tine. Waahln;ta. FatrHekl. Elaon. Beiknapt
CentreTilie.PriivEeua. Trenton, Oailatiii. Came
ron. I jeaTenworth. Ateblaon. and Kansas Cityt
Wuaiviijrtoc totiigoamy. Oakalooaa. and Knor.
Ulo; Kecknk to Fartninrton, Booaparte. Beo
tODsport, Intiepeudenb Eklou. Utmow. Eddy
viUel Osaaloosa. Peiia, Monroe, and Dee iloiccg;
Mt. Zloa to Keoaaoqna; Kewton to Monroe: Des
Meiaea to Induoia aud Wlsterset; Ailantic to
Giisweid and Andabon: and Avoea to Harlan
and Carson. Tats ia positively toe ou!y Bail
road, whten ewaa. tma operatee a through Ua
(rcei C.'ijcajro t nto too state of Kansaa.
Throaj-n Express Pasenr Trains, with PntW
aaaa PaiaceCars aoacbedLare run eaea waydaily
ttetweea Chicago and Pbobia. Kabsss Crrr.
Co-ntci. Bluvfs, Lbatkb worth aod.ATcai
ov. rhroughcarsarealsorua between Miiwaa
kec aud Kansas City, via tae "JOUwaaXe o4
UorX liUivd Snort Line."
Tbe 6reat Boea Island l -arniaeeTity
esqaipped. Iu road bed Usimaiy nertcct, aadlte
track TaUidwitn steel raiia.
WbaU please yuufieoetwlli betbeptesaere
tt enWTisg roar doiK wbile Baseins; over tbe
beant-.ful rVratriee f ItliBc and Iowa, In one ef
oar niariacei!t Dliirk Can that aeeompany all
Thronga Exprtss Train. Too fret an entire
neal. a irnoU as i served la aay tntrcim betel,
fur serency-five cents.
A-tprectatiog; t&e fac ttsat a majority of the
p--ple prel-r separate apartments for different
prve (and tbe im-eeswe paaeenKer busineae
fthiUtuwarrantnr It), we are pleased toae-
cimm. awi company reus fMitnutji
U Tiokt Arenis ia rla r: mizxi Ka.l&a
ior t&rx3a.um. sad ebtaiaaoie
South Side Main Street, - -
Phillips County, Kansas
between the East and the West t
Bleeping Cor for sleepins; parposes, and Plaa
JHninf Cart for eattns; purposes oa.y. i other
rreat feature of our Palace Cars Is a SMGKi r
SALOON wnare yon can enjoy roar "Hays
at an nonr of t&e day.
M -t-nincect Iron B rtdfes tvn tie Kiselssl
and Eiasouri rlTers at ail sof ots crossed by U.i
line, and transfers areavolded at Coaneil BlniiL
Kansas City, LeaTenwortb and Atcblsoa. ee
tteetions belnsr made ta Fnlon Depots.
.Tbe principal It. It. oonnt ions f
this rrat TbroaaTta tisskr mm rollorev
At Chicaso. wliu ail diTerging line for la
Beat and Somh.
At E jro rrwooB wtta Ot 18. IX A, &A T.
It. W. k C. B. Rds.
WAflHise-roa ExiaBTS, wita 1, C
At laA SAUflL with m. Cent. Si. VL
At Fsoiiu, with P. V. fc J i p.p. &.; L S.
W.j IL Uid.i and T. P. w. Sda.
At Hoes 1 LAwrx with "MHwankeesBd Beesi
IsUed giiort LiD,and Soek isl'd 4k Pea.
At DiTwroKT, wita Ue Darecport ntTlsMw
CLM. .stf. K. &
A"W sst LiBtutTT. wlih tbe B. C R. A X.K.IL.
At GaiwvaxL, with Central Iowa R. R.
At DM Moiatts, with D. k. 4 F, D. R. R.
AtComrcix. BLorrs, wita Cnioo Pacifie R.8.
At Omaha, with B. & Sdo. R. Fwlc n Keb
At Co iaju KlJ-wmo-, wita B.C. K.A?r.R,
At CfTTPMWA, with Central Iowa K. R.; tJ
St. U A Pae.. and C. B. aod Q. E Eds.
At Ktokce, with TpL, Peo. A Vr.; WaK,8.
Louts A i-ac, aaJ gt I- Keo, ; N. W. ii. v'.T ,
At Caws row, with H.St. --!
Atcn. tt Keh, and Cu. ItrTU. P. R. sidsT
At LsaTEirwOKTH, with L'aloai-ac. an ZjtA.
.S'&S&ilg' atimt for ti. Wat
raur fcg"- eCee, ttj.tir-r,t.