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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 September 1883

i'A iff f unoDiTBn r i m i Ft T? 1 -y i s , SPEAK I'O TIIRI THAT THICY GO FORWARD. VOLUME r. PIIILLIPSBUBG, KANSAS, THURSBA Y, SEPTEMBER 27, ISSS. NUMBER. Jf.S: i r Phillipsbun Herald, TEBLISDED EVERY THURSDAY, BY WILLIAM BISPKLL. Secret Societies. 1. O. O. F. Phillip!Wir Lo'i(?e Ne. T. wts every Wert riepilnv. Visiting brethren cordially inviteL to BttPIld. ' W' Vv ANUKKSOX, G. F T M. Dutchcr, Kec. Secretary. A. F. and A. M. PhiHipsbuT? T.odcaTsTo. 14, meets every Cnt urdny on or hffore the full moon. Visiting brethren conli:illy iiivitM to ntt l(K j o dephart, -c. F T M 1ctchk, W M. K. of P. Credent Lo.lpo No 42, meet? every Mnn-lay evening. VisitinB brethren cordially mviteji to fT l)..yiuMBUC. J jackson, Tv of K and b. G. A. R. , Phiilipoburg Pot No 7. meet SatiiHay after the full moon, Visiting Cotnr.i'les always wel- con,e Jj'BAKK i-THAlX. P C. J V Lowe, Adj. Church Directory. M. E. Church Her. W. 11.. A Hen, every al ternate Sabbath nt 11 o'clock a m. and X o'clock p. in., co...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 September 1883

PHILLIP3BURG HERALD. PUBLISHED BT Herald Publishing Association. rillLLIPSBUHG. KANSAS. I0PICS OF THE DAT. Hows from Everywhere. tr The New Jersey Republicans hare nominated Judge Jonathan Dixon for Gov ernor. Extensive preparations are making -for the reception of the American Bishops At Rome. It seems improbable that any attempt "will be made to reach the Greely party be fore next year. President Artiiuk received the Cor ean Embassy on the 18th at the Fifth Ave nue Hotel, New York. Henry L. Pierce declines to be a candidate for the Republican nomination for Governor of Massachusetts. The St. Petersburg Journal recently Intimated that the peace of Europe was threatened by Bulgarian politics. The Diamond Match Company has issued a circular making a fifty per cent, reduction in wholesale price of matches. . The Maryland Democratic State Con vention, which met at Baltimore on the 19th, nominated Robert M. McLean for Governor. Dr. Stintzing, the eminent Profes or of Jurisprudence in th...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 September 1883

JPHILLIP3BURG HERALD. PCBLISHED BT . THorald Publishing; Association. PI1ILLIPSBURG, KANSAS STHE WESTERN SCIIOOLMA'AM. TNot bnshful, nor yet overbold. And only twenty-two; VWith hiir like threads of gleaming1 prold, With eyes of azure-blue; ""With little bauds, with pretty face. Just tunned u healthful brown She 13 the daisy of the place, The llower of all the towu. TWith kindly words, with friendship warm. In aprons white and clean, The children swarm about her form Like bees about their queen. ' By love she moves and sways their hearts; They think her wondrous wise, And all her gracious acts and arts Seem perfect in their eyes. 'Hb fcmilcs to them seem half as sweet, No frowns po hard to bear, No looks of pity so complete. As those her features wear; ; Ko voice more dear than hers to hear. In poetry or prose; ' No praise more pleasant to the ea Than that which she bestows. "The villag-e-boys, when she poes by, Can scarcely speak or stir; ;..She is the object of each eye; . They fa...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 September 1883

Phillipsburg Herald, WILLI AM BISSELL. Editor SEPTEMBER 27, Tn,: Tlie Hkoci.ar K nttttyt ot the U XU ror.tainneicht pare with sii'damns to the pnjre; ubipription tq6 tt&r per" annum in fcdvanc?.' Th Dollar EdTtiow consists of -four pa? of the recular edition and cos tains all the Editorial and Local Pfewe. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Representative FKANfC STRAIN. For County Clerk J. W. LOWE' For County Treasurer-. . D.L,SMITHV For Register of Deeds .,, J. R. SMITIL For County Sheriff - ., ' . JOHN . B. WOODS".- , For County Surveyor W, B. STUBEIiTY For Coroner O. W. CANDY. For Commissioner, third District 1 THOMAS M. BISHOP. On tbe f3th of July the Hkral6 building was damaged by the wind Ptorm that swept over . this part of the country. The building was insured in the Springfield Insurance Co against tornadoes, bat the loss being slight we made no- claim for damages until Sept. 15th,. When Maj. Drumhiller, who is a special agent of the company, came around he gave us something...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 September 1883

Piiillipstoirg Herald. S-EPTEMBEtt 27. OP FIC1AL DIRECTORY STAT KAUSAS. ( Governor ..G. W. Glick. Lieut. Governor D. V. Finney. Secretary of State James Smith. Auditor- E. P. McCabe. Treasurer Sam. T. Howe. Supt. Pub. Instruction... .H. C. Speer. Attorney General....AV. A. Johnston. Public Printer...T. Dwight Thatcher. U.S. Senatora p piSmb. i3:LX.Xjri53 co msri? "sr. District Judge ...W. H. Pratt- State Senator-..., Geo. H. Case. J -preventative John Bisseli. Ci k Dfat. Court G. A. Snaulding. Oounty Clerk J. w. Lowe. Reg' r of Deeds- Ritner Smith. Treasurer D. 1. Smith. Sheriff. . John "Woods. Hupt. Pub. Instruction...C. A. Lewis. . . -w t - TI ft C5 ..lI.,.. jrooaie juage jn. v. Dpiiumiu. County Surveyor. J. P. Barnard. County Attorney S. V. McElroy. Coroner !lst Dist, -H. Moulton. 2d Dist, J. H. Close. 3d Dist..L. P. Johtson. Btipt. Poor Farm I. E. Dixon. District Court sits the fourth Mon day in April and fourth Monday in September in regular session. Commissioners Court sits th...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 September 1883

A SOUTUEIIK KIDA'APBK. CeorclA and Alabama in a Ferment Ore the Operations t ' John Ogletree A I'ossa in Mot Pursuit. Columbus, Ga., Sept. 18. Three recent kidnapinga by a man named John Ogletreo have exercised Georgia and Alabama as thoroughly as the Charley Iioss case did the North. On "Wednesday last while James C. White, who lives on a farm in Jackson County, Alabama, was absent from home, Ogletree rode up on a Lorse and induced one of "White's young sons to accompany him to a spring half a mile from the house on the pretext that he wanted to herd some cattle at the spring Ogletree made the boy a prisoner and hur ried away with him. Upon his return Lome White gathered a posse of farmers and started in pursuit. Yesterday Ogle tree darted through Tallapoosa at break neck speed, but his crime being unknown there, no effort was made to detain him. A few hours later "White and a posse of seven ioen rode into town in pursuit of Ogletree, anrl learning how near they were to their game,...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 September 1883

ytf "J hi If. i ii: Hi At a Rope's End. .v-,t,EGtliG powers above, look ttere!" Exclaimed Officer Beck in shivering tones to a citizen who was passing him on his post in $iev York- "May the Livens above defend us, but what is that fonder?" and he pointed out with his club to the astonished citizen the figure of a man that could be dimly seen hang ing from a girder of the elevated road about forty feet from the ground. The citizen paused with a shudder, the chill of midnight hanging heavy on the air, and the clocks having just struck one. The officer seized him by the arm with an iron grip, and led him toward the swaying figure. As they drew near enough to distinctly trace the outlines of a human form the citizen, with the Avild cry, "It's a suicide!" darted away, and left the officer alone in the shadow, his hair standing on end. From a brace that stretched from gir der to girder, fully forty feet from the ground, hung the suicide spectre. Little streaks of moonlight fell through th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 September 1883

i i i LEGAL. NOTICE. I. m ad Office at Kirwin, Kansas. Oj Sep't. 5th 1883 NV 'co U hereby given that the folio w-i-i: r. .inecl settler has filed notice of his ininrition to make final proof in support t'i . v. riaim. and that said proof will be i ) :ia before trie Clerk of the District a t or Pbroate Judire at Phillipsburg i::i-ts, ou October, 27th 1883, viz: t, a. HACK Mil", "1! No ITsOi for the s hf nw qr and e Lt -.0 qr section 8, town 4 south, rane U; "V 3?t. He names the following vvit-:;- to prove his continuous residence i. V'i.i. oinl cultivation of, said land viz: .'"n W. Duncan, Henry Dunean, II. fl. Na-h, Thomas Hay, all of Philiips bnr Kansas JOHN BISSELL, Register. C. .. Sp t.iulin, atty. s!3ol8 NOTICE Lm;i '".'jf-cat Kirw'n, A'nnsas. -i Sep't. 7t!i J 883. . . ' tic. r- he reby ir: vcn tliat the fW !. ; i-. '-l s.'it!iT iuts tiled notice - : i.iiwa to notice final proof in ipport of his claim, and that said proof w ill be made before the Ileister T Ilccoiver at Kirwin,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 October 1883

HIT I lii SPEAK TO THBJIM TH.A-T THEY GO FORWARD. Phillipsborg Herald. ;PEBL1SEED EVEfil THURSDAY, . BY WILLIAM BI3SELL,. Secret Societies. !. O. O. P.. Dh.nin.knnr T.n?a Ifi5. meets every Wed- .,.aliiv. VisitiDK brethren eordially invited to attend. w W AiR30N, 2J y. T. M. Dutcher, Rec. Secretary. A. F. and A. M. ,, . PkininoKi.rff T.ndza, No. 184. meets . every Cat- nr4T on or before the full moon. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. - d Q Genhart. Sec- V I M Dctchk, W M. K. Of P. . . t a Kn i meets every Monday evening. Visiting brethren cordially invited to i Dvid Marker O.C. J jackBon, K ofR and S. - A X3 Phfllfoobarg Post No 7. meet aturaay auer . -. the full moon, Visiting Comrades always wet- KitlDllniurnuw ji ay n " v i eoe. J W Lowe, Adj. Church Directory. if r Ptmrch-Rnr. W. R. Allen, every al '' Sabbath at 11 o'clock a m. and loch p. ni., couiuiencii.g May 6. 1842. Prepbytorian : Rev Toseph Prtter.on, every nH und fnurth Sabbath at 11 o deck a. m Al!rnarc at 8...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 October 1883

PHILLIP3BLTRG- HERALD. PUBLISHED BT Herald Publishing- Association. PHILLIPSBURG, ' - KANSAS TOPICS OF THE DAY. Hows from Everywhere. ? Gejtekal Sherman will resign com mand of the army November 1. Hexkt Stanley wants Great Britain to proclaim a protectorate over the Congo country. :: ' Casamicciola was shaken up again by an earthquake on the 23d, but no lives were lost. . Russia is reported to be making ex tensive military preparations along the Austrian border. Five Townships in County Tipper ary, Ireland, have been proclaimed on ac count of outrages. TnE Massachusetts Greenbackers met in convention at Boston on the 25th - and nominated Butler for Governor. President Arthur attended the lay ing of the corner-stone of the Burnside Memorial Hall at Bristol, It. I., on the 25th. The issue of standard silver dollars for the week ending September 22 was 3358,499. Corresponding period last year, $483,493. Congratulatory telegrams were ex changed on the 21st by officials and com mercial ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 October 1883

JHILLIPSBUEG-HEEALD. PUBLISHED BT ' PuMisIiinsp iAssociati on. Herald rHILLIPSBUEG' iri wc a c? 1 micro are two su:tfams'dn tli'e fioor 1 1 i Twp fui abeam iifaiiNto lac; t' S i i S And one belongs to skies above, And one belongs to me. Her playfellow to Ttip.U ) J " U J I i 1 TVVhen lo, a shadow I and the beam .Uudes my darling- a clasp. "Tet once aaui it eorrfd! apd foS, ( T ? It lies nowhert nAtitheie. It kisses baby's dimpled cheek, And nestles in her hair: Makes golden every little curl Upon the precious head, Till, like a dream, a?ain its light r From baby's side has tied. ; ' i h! wondering baby eyes, which weep At shadows left behind, "Fear not, the cloud will Jift, and you The vanished beain shall find. Look! even now upon the wall .' It climbs, then fumbles, down V . To shine at baby's reet ere it Once more her head shall crown. r t -QotlgTfl nt, .dear tittle one, thnfc floaren J) Its brightest beams may lay " A " " ".Upon the paths your feet must tread Throughout life's l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 October 1883

p&illips&nre tald. WILLIAM BISSELL, r ; t ; Editor SEPTEMBER 27,1883. Tena: The Uxavt. Homo ot.the.Usa ald coe tains eigbt paxei with tx clomai to te rf; ab(riptiot) ria $1.50 er annnai in aJvance. "Hi- DoLi.Jt Edition consist of four pagos of the regular eJitlon an A coataias all th Siitorial aod Local New. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. For Representative- V. H. McBRlDE, For Cotinty Clerk J. W. LOWE. For County Treasurer ; V. L. SMITIL For Register of DeeA J. K. SMITH. For County Sheriff JOHN B. WOODS. For County Surveyor' W,B. STUBEKT. For Coroner "" ' O. W. GANDY. For Cemmwwkmer third District THOMAS M. BISHOP. Tax Sale Notice. Notice ia hereby gireti, that I will fell at public auction at my office in Phillips burp, on the 29th day of 'October, 1883, and the next succeeding dnys thereafter the following lands and town lots, situ ated in Phillips county, Kans., or so much thereof! as may be necessary to pay the taxes and charges thereon for the years as designated below in th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 October 1883

Piiiliipsburg Herald, October 4. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY 8TA T 03T Governor .....Z.G. W. Click Lieut. Governor.. .D. W. Finney Bectetary of fcitate......... James Smith Audjtcs .'. E. P. McCabe Treasurer 8am. T. Howe fcupt. Pub. Instruction. H. C. Speer Attorney General.....W. A. Johnston Public Printer-.!'. Dwight Thatcher U.S. Senators,.......... J District Judgce V. H. Pratt tttate Senator- Geo. H. Case Pfpresentatlve John Bisaell f ii'k TMst. Court G. A. Snauidinir County Clerk- J. W. Lowe. IvOgT Ol lTO8- j-txiucr nmiui. Treasurer D- I. Smith. hrffT : Tohn "Woods Supt. Pub. Instruction. ..C. A. Lewis. Probate Judge .ti. U. fcpautqing. County Surveyor J. P. Barnard. County Attorney..:.., w. iicn,iroy Coroner. ( 1st Dlst, ..H. Moulton. Ootmais'rs 2d Dist, .J. II. Close. (3d Dist,...L. P. Johr son. Bupt. Poor Farm I. J2. DJxou. District Court sits the fourth Mon day in April and fourth Monday in September in regular session. Commissioners Court sits the first Monday in January, the seco...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 October 1883

THE NATIONAL COLORED CONVENTION. Convention of Representative Colored Men at Louisville Fred Douglass in the Chair Their Declaration to tlie People .Louisvtixk, Kr., Sept. 21. : The Colored Convention began its sessions in. this cifcyt at .noon to-day, , . and it Is a notable gathering of representative men of the race. When twelve o'clock came the large hall of the Liederkrantz building contained about 243 delegates and a large number of " colored and ' white spectators. II. N. Holland, of Washington, an original signer of the call, 'called the meeting to crder, when Rev. D. W. Arnett, of Nash ville, delivered an eloquent prayer. The names of A. M. Greene, of Louisiana; C. XL Tandy, of Missouri; Fred Douglass, of the District of Columbia; .George L. Ruffln, of Massachusetts and Dr. Ifttzbutjer, of &enr ,-tucky, were mentioned in elaooratev pojtniv nating speeches for temporary Chairman. The name of Fred Doucrlass was withdrawn at the earnest request of his friends, who 4 design...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 October 1883

AJiD HOUSEHOLD. Triis is said to be a good remedy for hoarseness: Beat the white of an eg to a stiff froth, add two tablespoonfuls of sugar, the juice of one lemon and a glass of warm water. Hard-boiled eggs pressed with chicken or veal add to the relish and the appearance also of these dishe3 when cut in slices. Pains must be taken not to press the eggs out of shape. -N. Y. Post. The Guinea hen often selects iso lated places for depositing its eggs, which accumulate in large numbers. The other day eighty-four were found in a Guinea's nest on the farm of Joseph Bell, near Bridgeton, N. J. The fowl is a prolific layer. Here is the receipt for an old fashioned pie: Grate a coffee-cupful of maple sugar, and mix with it two eggs and a. little salt, and as much cream as your pie-plate will hold. The pie-plate should be a deep one, with an under crust only. Exchange. The dead leaves on squash vines should be carefully removed and burned. They are usually infested with the eggs of the squa...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 October 1883

LEGAL. NOTICE. ' .Land Office at Kirwin, Kansas. COpi .' Sep't. 5th 1883. .Notice is hereby given that the follow ing 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 the - Clerk of the District Court or Fbroate Judre at Phillipsburg Kansas, on October, 27th ,1883, viz : T. G. HACKL-Er, II E No 1G864 for the s hf nw qr and e hf ne qr section 8, town 4 south, range 18 west. Hename3 the following wit nesses to prove his continuous residence upon, ana cultivation of, said land viz : John W. Duncan, Henry Duncan, II. II. Nash, Thomas Kay, all of Phillips burg Kansas. JOHN BISSELL, Register. G. A. Spaulding, atty. sl3ol8 NOTICE Land Office at Kirw'n, A'ansaa. G015 . Sep't. 7th 1883. Nctlce is hereby Riven that the 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 the Register or Receiver at Kirwin, Kansas on Oct. ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 October 1883

I rTT TT "TT TT li. Hii H V ' .-.-. 'il - ... SBURG f T II A TT ' TTts 11 iijaftilJUlJ'. HriCK TO THEM THAT 'J?HKY GO FORWARD. " ' ? . ,, " . , - ; v, , ri (i.; . VOLUME V. ' PHILLIPSBURG , KANSAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, I8S3. NUMBER 49. Phillipsburg Herald. PEBUSHKD BVESI THURSDAY, BY . WILLIAM BIBRKLL. i ' Secret Societies. I. O. O. F. PfcMpfcarK Long e Ne. 165. meet every Wed A4ay. Vieiting brethren cordially nvit1 to tud w. W. Axdkkbo. N-G. y, T. U- Dutches Bee. Secretary. A. F. and A. M. rfcfl!ipburr LoU No,,14, meet erery Vt erJ7 on or bffore tbe full moon. VifUing fcretbren cordially invited to attend. .. a tJpliart,ttffl.. fY f M 1ctchk, W M. K. Of P. OMent LodjceNo 42. meets every Wonday r.lDg. Visitinit brethren cordially inv ted to itunj. Dvid MaxkkbO.C. J jcfcaon, K efR and S. G. A.' R. Phllltpobarg Pot No 7. meet Saturday after b full noon, VUiting Comrades always wel jbo. Frakk stkain, P C. A W 'Lowe, Adj. Church Directory. M. E. Cfcurcb Rt. W. R. Allen, every al roat S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 October 1883

i 1 Editor OCTOJ1KH 11. 1KH3. Tanas: The Rkoclae 1Sditu M the Hkr L contains etch t ( with viz c-itanv to the Jf; bsHptiiTrrer 11 jktr ammm in a-lraaep. TL LHh.i.ak Eittrtu coiiiU(u( four ' oi the regular ediiiouaa.t. couUhlh l JCuitvrial -imIImiiI New. - .- REPUOUCAN COUNTY TICKET. For Rc jjeswniative'--- ' s HvVh. McBIUI)E. ?urConnty Clerk-- " J. V. LOWE. For Count j Treasurer . D. L. SMITH. For Register of Heeds . . v. . R. SMITH, "or Counly Sheriff . JOHN 15. WOODS. For Comity Surveyor W, R: STl'BERT. -For Coroner . O. W. GANDV. For Commissioner, third District . ' THOMAS M. BISHOP. Tax Salk '.Notice. Notice li hereby given that I will Veil tat public aue.iou at my oilice in Phillips burg, on the iTJih day ox October, 183, and the next succeeding days thereafter 1 the following laud and town lota, itu aied.in Phillip county, Kan., or so inuch thereoff as- may be necessary to . pay the taxes and charges thereon for . the yean as . designated below in the ' list. ' ' . . OCTOBER S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 October 1883

ilipsljurg Herald, OiTohR 11 OFFICIAL. DIRECTORY OoMrnoj-...., Lieut: Governor.;. fc$ srefa.rj-'of State. Treanurer v G. "W.Gliek. ...B. W. Finney. James Smith. :."..K. P- McCabe. ..Sum. T. Howe. Hupt. Pub. Instruction.'..:.!!; C: Sjeer. Attorney General..... W. A- Joimsron. Public Prliitef...T. Dwight Thatcher. U.S.Henaton. 'iSKjfc IDjstriet. Judseli .'.i.kAVi IT. Pratt Stntc Heiwtor... Geo. H. Cose. P fpreneh tut! ve. .' Job n Bissel 1. Cu-K Dist. Court G. A. Spaulding. County Clerk-....; .J. W. Lowe. Keg'r JLf Deeds-.... .........Kitner Sniitli. TrcaHilrer..... ..D. Jj. Smith. Sheriff". John Woods. Supt. Pub. Instruction. ..C. A. Lewis.. Probate Judge H. C Spaulding. County Surveyor J. P. Barnard. County Attorney S. W. MeKlroy. Coroner. r p'tih'- f lat Dist, .11. Moulton. CommiH'rH 2d Dist, J. H. Close. (3d Dist,...L. P. Job r son. Supt. Poor Farm I. E. Dixon. District Court wits the fourth Mon day in April and fourth Monday in Septtijnber in. regular ession. , .' Conmiisioner Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 October 1883

V JvOTICE- ' Latxl QCit4t &t Kirwin, Kansas. 6C01 " " ' ' Sep't. 5th 1883. Notice Is hereby given that the fallow log named settler has filed notice olbi Intention to make final proof in support o hi, claim, and that said proof will be uadihcfore the Clerk of the District Cour or Fbmato Judge at Phillipsburg KansMj, on October, 27th l.83, ru; T. O. HACKI.ET, - II E No 1R8C4 for the s hf nw qr and e hf ne qr section 8r town 4 south, rane 18 wet. He names the following wit ness to prove hia continuous residence upon, ana cultivation of, gain land viz: John W. Duncan, Henry Duncan, H. II. Naah, Thomas Kay, all of l'hillips barg Kanas. JOHN BISSELL, Register. G. A. Bpaulding, atty. alJiolo State of Kansas, Ottlce of county clerk. County of -Phillips, ) Oct. 6th, 1883. Notice is hereby eiven. That en the tith day of ,t October, 1883, a petition bigned by A. 'iron p and' 11 other.", wax presented to the Hoard of County Com niiSKioner of the county and ptate afore vaid praying for the ...

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