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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 February 1884

Phillipsimrg Herald, :FEBRUAUY 14- Secret Societies. !. O. O. f Phllhpsbnre Lodge No. Mm. meets every Wed aie4AT. YUiting brethren cordially invited to .ttiii. W.V. ADR&OM, S. Q. y.T.M.Dutcher, Bee. ?et'y. A. F. and A. M. Pbillippbunr Lwfce Miiuber 14. meet wery 'Saturday on or before he full moon. Timing brethren cordially invited to attend. J.U- Geidiart,se3'y. F. T. M.Iutchkr, W M. K. of P. Crepeot Lodpo n u tuber 42. meet evervMon . day evening. Vieitifcg brethren cordially in vit . ed to attend. David Mankkk O.C. J. Jackson, K of R ana S- G.A- R. rhillit-Lurg PoM number 7 meet Saturday after lull moon, VUitiog comrades alwsyH welcome. Frmc Jtkain. P C. J. W. Lowe, Adj, Church Directory. M.E.fhurch Kev, . H- Allen, eveVy alter nate fabliith at 11 o'clock A; M and?,1 o'clock J. M. commencing May Cih IbbZ. rrebyteriai. Rev. Theo Brncken every second and Jourtb sabbaths at 11 o'clock A. M. Alter nate at 8 p. tu. Alternate at 7.K p. ni. Vnirn Sabbath Scliool Every SalbatH at 10 ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 February 1884

Publish! by WILLIAM ULSSEIX. PlIILttPSBURG, KANSAS. NEWS SUMMARY. MISCELLANEOUS. .The Chicaero fire alarm wires in the business portion of the city are to be laid under ground. A movement is on foot to build a home for indigent ex-confederate soldiers at Rich mond, Va. Atty.-Gen. Brewster says his clerical force is too small to supply the papers called, for by Congress. The Texas Senate indefinately postponed the bill to justify the killing of fence cutters caught in the act. Vennor predicted the greatest snow storm rn Tprnrd tn occur Feb. 2d and 3d, but it failed to materialize. Thpre was a clear cut of fourteen cents per inn rw-mnds in freight rates from St. Louis to IJew York, on Feb. 2d. The Ohio Department of the Grand Army of the Republic passed resolutions against abolishing the .Tension omces. Of five thousand bills introduced in the House of Representatives, this session, tour- teen hundred are lor pensions. A colony of 700 Mennonites have pur- ' chased two sections of land...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 February 1884

KANSAS NEWS. "Winfield celebrated Kansas Day. Blue Rapids boys play cards on Sun day. . Burlington ha3 twenty-eight tele phones. Hartford, in Lyon county, wants to in corporate. . Attempts at incendiary fires continue at Oskaloosa. There is considerable diphtheria in Norton county. In Jewell county they dig cellars with blasting powder. Prairie fires have made much trouble in Barber county. One merchant in Stockton has been burning butter for fuel. Chanute now has a daily mail over the Girard Branch road. Wild geese are numerous in the wheat fields of Jefferson county. The- Neosho Falls Fair Aassociation will hold a three days' fair. Three mad dogs were killed in King man in one week, recently. S. S. Mountz of Belle Plaine, recently caught a prairie dog in his cellar. M. Christopher's house in Tisdale, Cow ley county, was recently destroyed by iire. lilayor Burnes, of Atchison, vetoed the "soda water and other drinks" license ordinance. Burglars blew open a safe in Mound Valley, Lab...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 14 February 1884

1 i 'i NOTICE. Land Office at Kirwin, Kansas J ' s January, 22, 1884. Notice is hereby given that the following-named Settlers have filed police of -their intention to make final .proof in support of their claims, and that said proofs will be made before the Register or Receiver at Kirwin, Kansas, on Mar. .8, 18Sl,.yIz: JZDKll AITLEIJEE, HE No. for the e hf se qr sec tion 7. town 4 south, of range 18 west. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, .and cultivation of, said land, viz: M. Sutley and N. Winklebeek, of Marvin, Kansas, and E- F. Hughes and Jva. Ray of Philiipsburg, Kansas; also: IK A. KAY, HE No. 9148, for the s hf se qr sec tion 5 and w hf ne qr section 8, town 4 range 18 w. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of, sa:d land, viz : M. Sutley, and N Winklebeek of Marvin, Kansas, and E. F. Hughes, a-ad Eder Applebee, of Phillipsburg, Kansas . JOHN BISSELL, j24 f2S Register. NOTICE. Land Off...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 February 1884

.F.HI LL IPSBURG . . BPKAKTO THEM TIIA.T 'X'HKY GO FORWARD. '. : ; . j ' TO L. VI. JYO. 15. PHILLIPSBUBG, KANSAS, THURSDAY,. FEBRUARY 21, IS 8. 7' ' $1,50, In Advance, ; . 1 1 ' . V I . - , 1 .J Phillipsburg Herald. PCBLISES3 -EVERT TfllESDAF, BY' OFFICIAL, DIRECTORY- STATE OP ZECAwHSTS-A-S. Governor j Lieut. Governor.... Secretary of State., :...-G. W. Glick. :.D. W. Finney. ....James Smith. ...E. P. MeCabe. Audtor. Treasurer am. T. Howe. Bupt. Pub. Instruction. H. O. Speer. Attorney General W.iA-. Johnston. Public Printer...T.vD wight Thatcher. U.S. Senator:::-S; TP3 3 GOITUT IT. District Judge .....W. H. Pratt- Btate Senator Geo. H. Case. Ppresen.tative W. H. McBride ci'k Dist. Court G. A. Spaulding. County Clerk J. W. Lowe. Iteg'r of Deeds. Ritner Smith. Treasurer D. L. Smith. Sheriff...... '. John Woods. Supt. Pub. Instruction. ..C. A. Lewis. Probate Judge II. C. Spaulding. County Hurveyor J. P. Barnard. County Attorney S. W. McElroy. Coroner 1st Dist, H. Moulton. 2d Dist, J.H....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 February 1884

THE EDITOR'S WIFE. BY EUGENE FIELD. When the editor conies from the office at night, At a very la.te hour, in a dubious plight. The impression prevails, and the stoiy is tola, That an editor's wife can be always cajoled With a fib about "bridges" and "broken down press" , , But we who have been there are free to confess That when husbands are late and suspicions are rile It is be&t to own up to the editor's wife. r.ut, all jesting asi Je since I dimly surmise That the ladies regard me with sinister eyes Who more than the wile of our bosom deserves The sweet veneration her beauty preserves ? And th years may go by and our heads may grow white . . Iter beauty is ever as pure and as bright As when the faced poverty, sorrow and strife, And blessed our estate as an editor's wife. You may drink to your trade and your creatures of fame I raise not my glass till I hear her sweet name, Tis to her who alone uncomplainingly bears The all of our sorrows and most of our cares vvhnsf wealth n...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 February 1884

Y i', M t h ) 1 V i J 1 , REPLY TO MR. TOUZAULN'. tnother letter From the Railroad Com missioners. Tofm, Kan., February 8, 1884. To A. E. Touzaiin, Esq., Vice President A. T. & S. F. , OaMroad Company: Dbab Sis: We are in receipt of your extraordinary letters of January 31, iarhich were evidently intended for the public eye, rather than for the considera tion of the Board of Railroad Commis sioners. Were it not for the fact that yvu apparenly seek further information from this quarter, the propriety of our giving them anv notice would not be en tirely clear. AVe shall pass -over certain imputations upon the integrity of the proceedings of the Board with the sim ple remark" that they possess the sole merit of being false, and were intended to be insolent. We can well afford to re ceive aspersions from you without being incited to unkind feelings. You possess the ability to be vague when it would be dangerous to be ex ploit, and the members of this Board nave seldom had the good f...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 February 1884

83? f hiWorg Herald. FEBRUARY 2U Trm: The Rr.ori.iR Soitioi "t tbo Her iirontain! eifK withfix c.lurousto the rpre; suerii.tion rrlee "$1.50 per annum in R.lvancp. Th'. Dollar Eimtios consist of four piod of the regular e'Vition i. '. contaica nil the IMitorial and Local N'ew. Arrival and Departure of Malls, Mail east ami west via. C. JJ-' M. pacific R. R., arrives, 4 a m. leaves -T 3 p m, daily. Alma and rhilllpaburg Arxivee 12 m, Mondays, Wetlnesduys and Fri cUvb; loaves 1 p m. Long Island and Phillipsburg Ar rive 1- m. al leaves 1 p. m., on Tuesdays, Thursdays and aturuaya. Nance and PhilUpsbur? -Arrives , mi., Tesdaysiind Fridays; leave a. m.t Wednesdays and Saturdays 4 Wagnersvillc and Phillipsburg Ar rives p. ni. and leaves 3 p. m. on Tuesdavs Saturdays. Post-Office 11 oh re Opens 8 a m, soca at 8 p m. Sundays opens 9 am, nud closes 7 p m, closes 10 a in and pin. Money order business closes at 0 p ui. No money order or register 1-Uer business transacted Sunday. II. C. Hpauliun...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 February 1884

a FEBRUARY 21. Secret Societies. I. O. O. F. Pbiilipshnrs Lodjje No. lf5. meets every Wed nesday. VUiting brethren cordiall.v invited to attend. W. W. Ajhkrso., Zi. G. 1 ,T,M. Dutchc, Rec. sec'y. A. F. and A. F.T. Pbillirsbure Loge number In, meets every Saturday n or before he full moon, visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. J. U Gephart, jte;y- F. T. .kl. Ditcher, W M. K. of P. Cresent Lod? number 42. ir.eeta very Mon day evening. Visiting brethren cordially invii ed to ittnd. David AJankku O.C. J. Jackson, K of R and S. C A- R. rhi11irsburtc Pop! number "meets Saturday after lull tuoon, Viaifing comrades always welcome. . FuaMC thaix, V C. J. W. Lowe, Adj, Church Directory. M. E. Church Hev, K- Allen, every alter nate t-abbuth at 11 o'clock A. M. and7a o'clock P.M. ecnjrueiicing Alay 6:h &kZ. Presbyterian Rev. Tbeo Crncken every peeond d fourth siikbalhs at 11 o clock A. M. Alter nate at iS p. in. Alternato at ; p. m. Sabbuth at 10 At the church Thursday Union Sabbat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 February 1884

Published .by WIIXIAM ItlSSEXX. PlIILLIPSBURG, - - - KANSAS. NEWS SUMMARY. MISCELLANEOUS. E. X2. Cose has been appointed receiver of tbeEt.' Louis, Hannibal and Keokuk rail road. An attachment has been granted in New York against the Mexican National rail road for $25,000. Fifteen thousand men are thrown out of employment in the vicinity of Pittsburg in consequence of the high water. A boy who sued the New York Central road for damages for the loss of a foot, re covered $10,500 at Auburn, N. Y. The gross receipts of a matinee given by Patti and Gerste.'in Chicago, in aid of suf erers from the flood, were $5,000. An open winter in the arctic circle is indi cated by the vast fields of ice encountered by steamers crossing the Atlantic. The People's church in Boston, which is built in the form of a theater, and seats 2,500 persons was dedicated, recently. The business failures of the'United States for the week ended Feb. 8th were 232 ; Can ada, 46; total 278, and for the previous week 3...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 February 1884

RAILROAD'S SIDE. EOMI2 02" TUB COKItESPONDENCU VFITH TILE BOARD. Mr. Toazalln Gives His "Views on the Late Incision of the Railroad Commissioners There are Certainly Two Sides to tnls, a to livery Other Question. LETTER NUMBER ONE. On the Road, January 31, 1833. T" " TTonornhlK Board oj Railroad Cvmmlssionen, Tupelo, Kansas: Dzab. fciES : Your favor of the 29th in stant has just reached me, while on the line. Your letter is an answer to mine of the 25th, in which I inquire of your Honorable Board . whether under your recent decision, which is now being re considered, we would be entitled, under your local distance tariff, to a mileage rate for the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe railroad, and an additional mileage rate for each of the auxiliary lines tem porarily operated in connection with the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad, or whether on the other hand it was your purpose to exact a single rate for the combined mileage, by reason of the fact that all the lines for purpos...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 21 February 1884

NOTICE. Land Office at Kirwin, Kansas. J January, 22, 1884. Notice is hereby given that the following-named settlers have filed notice of their intention to make final pioof in support of their claims and that said proofs will be made before the Register or Receiver at Kirwin, Kansas, on Mar. X, 184, v.z: KDEIt APPLEBKE, HE No. 985Cfor the e hf se qr sec tion 7. town 4 onth, of range 18 west. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz : M. Sutlev and N. Winklebeck, of Manin, Kansas, and K- F- Hughes and Ira Ry. of Phillipsburg, Kansas; also : IUA. KAV, HE No. 9148, for the s hf se qr sec lion 5 and w hf ne qr section , town 4 range 18 w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon ana cultivation of, said land, viz: M. Sutler,, and N. Winklebeck of Marvin, Kansas, and E. F. Hughes, and Eder Applebee, of Fhillipsburg, Kansas . JOHN BISSELL, j24 f28 Register. NOTICE. Zand Office at Kirwin Kans...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 March 1884

1 .7 IPKAK 10 'JHkM 'IHAT THKY OO KORWAHD. TO L. VI. NO. 17. I' 11 ILIA PS BURG, KANSAS, Til U USD A Y, MARCH 6, IS&'i. $1.50, In Advance. PiiillipstHirg Herald. , FOL1S2ED EVERY THURSDAY, '-BY OFFICIAL DIRECTORY- Governor '. :....G. W. GHck. Lieut. Governor 1). W. Finney. Secretary of State James Smith . Auditor-, v E. P. McCabc. Treasurer. Sam. T. Howe. fcupt. Pub. Instruction H. C. Speer. Attomev General W. A. Johnston. Public Printer...T. Dwight Thatcher. Ps..m.. -.S; PdLLLEPS GOCTJirr Y. District Judge W. H. Pratf htate Senator .Geo. H. Cafce. representative V. H. McBride C-k Dint. Court G. A. Spaulding. County Clerk; J. W. Jjowe. Tteg'r of Deeds- Kitner Smith. 'Treasurer.... D. L. Smith. Sheritr... lohn Woods. fc?upt. I Kb. Instruction. ..C A. Lewis. Probate Judue...rrr!rrH. C. Rpnuldiug. C'Mtnty buivtyor W . 1. M tiLer J uniy Attorney s. . W. lc.lroy. sjoroner ( 1st Dist H. Moulton. Commis'iS"! 2d Dist......... J. H. Close. - . (3d Dist,.-..T. INI. Bishop. Supt. Poor Farm...

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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 March 1884

mhl Published by WIttlAM 1. IS SELL. PHILUPSfcURG, - - - KANSAS. NEWS SUMMARY. MISCELLANEOUS. A heavy flood in the Yellowstone it has occurred. The striking weavers of Fall River have returned to work. There were 2,000 entries at tne recent bird how.in Boston. The Kansas City, Des Moines & Northern road has been chartered in Iowa. The Chicago Society of the Red Cross has contributed $15,000 for the relief of the flood sufferers. The operatives of the "VVilliston Mills have struck against a reduction of three per cent, from their wages. Rer.Nelson Ayres, of the Episcopal ChurJn of Our Savior. Baltimore, was forced to re sign because of his ritualistic innovations Returns from 100 counties in Missouri show an increase of $40,000,000 in taxable property over the assessment of last year. A German syndicate of Chicago is to col onize thirty thousand acres of land in Da kota, purchased from the Northern Pacific road. The widow of A. T. Stewart, has sold the Stewart building at Broadwa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 March 1884

SUii ATCHISON ROAD TO ITS PATRONS The. A. T. A S. F. Xtallroad Compauy't Commissioners Ia Statement Oaention, of the To tbe Putrata of the Atchuon System rf R vilrvads ir AS Stale of panxxs; It 82cm3 to bo desirable, and indeed necessary, that a statement should be mauo to yoa in connection with the raii trcad law passed by the last Legislature, and m connection with the series of acta performed by the old Board of Railroad Commissioners, appointed bv the Execu tive Council of the State under the oper ations of that law. The interests of the whole community C L - "- V VU1 AVOU IUC VU-l interests, and to a gi eat extent, the in terests and prosperity of oar railroad are your interests, and this is true, whether the people whom we address are engaged in manufacturing interests, or commercial interests, or in that interest which forms tha bone and sinew of our State, the agri--cciioral interest. It is to the conjoint ef SarU chiefly, first, of the tillers of the iil, of the manufacture...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 March 1884

illinsta Herald. MARCH 6 . r-.-i inn : Tlie llK'it'L.it niTiv nt the II Fir .!, r. t i n rs eitf!it ;.isres w ith x c Inm - s1 to the 1jje ; vulticcrii-i in j-rit-e rer nut inn in ttlriict. Th. Iii.i..k I'dI r:ov .-iisi.tii ol tour f ;) je of tli o rrcu !:ir e-ii I ion ui '. ouiit.tibs all the V.i'iturilll UU'l IjOimI N'tiw:?. Arrival and Departure of Mails, Mail east and west via. C. 11. Mo. Pacific It. K., arrives, 4 a m, leaves 7 SO n in, daily. Alma and Phillipsl-iir?: Arrives 12 m, TUondays. Weiliieridaya and Fri days; leaves 1 j in . Eoiii; Island and Phillipsburg Ar rives 1;J ni. and leaven 1 p. tn., on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday. Nance and Phillijsburr Arrives 4 p. hi., Tuesdays and Fridays ; leaves 8 a.m., Wednesdays and Saturdays. Wanersvillc and Phillipsburg Ar rives p. ni. and leaves a p. in. on T u esd a y s Saturdays. Pi Kt-OMice Honrs Opens 8 a m. close at 8 p m. 'Sundays opens 0 a m, and closes 7 p in, closes 10 a in and 7.3;i pin. Money order business closes a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 March 1884

...... t . . . m Hit n i n i ii J" I ! (miiiiiw i r i"i immi m p mi i1 1 1 I 4 i 1 f If If? fi D V V. Phillip sbEfg'Keral MARCH 6. Secret Societies. I. O. O. F. PhiipfVmre Lolirw No. 1 k-" . inet-vry W"e..1 jte.ot.v. Vintii g trviliru cii.lH i t v tu fttleud. V. . Amjkk&oa, .N . U. J". 'i .M.Ilu'cher, Itec. ey. A. F. and A. JVL rhiUipgburst i o j;e i iu. -i JL nictrt.- evt-rv. Sxtun'.HV I'll nr fcelort? 'he oil! in'o i:. Mlin)-' Lrttl, r-ii foriJiu Uy in v Hfc'l to ultcixl. J. G--Ofcphurt, f y. F. 1". u. Uctchkb, W M K of P. : Crepert Lodgn.' Tiuu;l r 42. neetd 'very Mon day i-viioi.k. VUilii bietlirr n cr..tiby in vir ed iiitlci.J, 1aVii i.tt C.C J. Jiukauu, K of Ilat.-i 6. C A R. Tl illii'brrg f'tn nt; n. l-r r 7 mop Satur'f.y nffir lull ii.i-on, Visaing conirmltis ;iiwij J. V, Lowe, A!j, Church Directory. JT. E.rhuuK J'.ev, " . 1.- Ultii. every nltir T)8l .-a'jli ih nt 11 o'clock A and7i o'clock P. Ai. tiuu.t i.cii is A " t'h lh-2. Prf-bjteriat. P.cv. 'i ht n . hriicltpn evrr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 March 1884

IJOSTONESE. BY A. T. SPEBRT. III? h o'er the Ecmyrean mount Where steru Euphrastoa plumes his wiuga, While by the pure Castilian fount Ccphalia softly sip-Jand sings. There on his hue agetic seat Great Atropos his treasure spreads, Aud heeds.no more the -torms that beat In doubled thunders o'er our heads. Oh, Atropos, majestic na v, One boon I crave, one blessing seek. One spark of that celestial fame That animates our modern Greek. I yleli, I bow : I know not whence The highest intellections now; But though there may not be a Thence, The present Thisness I would know. He heard, and from his torch of light One lambent ray responsive shook. Which, parting through the nether bright A hitherward direction took. And on my brow its radiant glow. Absorbed, resistant, reigns sublime ; I thrill with ecestacy ; I know The 1 hisness of recursive time. Oh joy supreme ! O extant bliss ! Oft, ye who understand the These, I know the Otherness of This ! I'm one of vnu ; I'm Jiostonese ! The Judge....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 March 1884

LEE'S SUKRENDJSR. llovr tlie Confederate Army Finally Sue cnmbtsJ-Graphic Description of an His torical Event The Apple-Tree Myth.. The eventful day, Sunday, April 9th, 1865, dawned upon us. A night's rest had greatly refreshed the warn-but Con federates. The line of march was taken up just after the . first gleam of light showed itself in the east. Farly's old division, composed of two North Caro lina brigades and one from Virginia, took the front under Brig. Gen. Walker. Fighting was expected. The confederate sharpshooters, wlio composed the skir mish line, had scarcely passed the Court Ilouse which is a small village, when they came in contact with the Federal J)ickets. A lively fusillade ensued. The ine of battle was quickly formed, under the eye of Gen. Gordon. The battle soon became furious. The first line of Federal troops was soon broken and driven back with loss. I was sitting upon a bank by the roadside noting events in my diary, when, at 8:30 o'clock, two captured bat ter...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 6 March 1884

. . NOTICE. Land Office at Kirwin, Kansas. I6765J February 20, 1854. Notice i hereby given that the following-named tattler has tiled notice of his intention to make final proof in. support of hi cla'ni, and that said proof wi 1 be made be ere the Cleik DUt. Court at 1'hillip.sburg, Kansas on March 28, 1SS4 viz; JOSHUA REDDISH HE No . 5954, for the nw qr section 54, town 5 s, range 18 w. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultiuatiun of, sJL.d land, viz ; C. A. Brown. A. E. Meddles, V. F. Horn and Ira Faras worth, all of Marvin Kansas, JOHN BISSELL, Register. E. Davis, atty. f21m27 NO riCE. Land Office at Kirwin, Kansas. (C829) February 23, 1834. No ice U hereby given that the folio w-ing-iiauied seiiler has tiled notice of bis intention to make final proof in i&upport of h'n claim, and that- paid uroof will be made before the Clark Dist Court or Probate J iide at I'hillipsburg, Kansas, : on .April 4, 1884. viz: Ida F. Poor, DS No. 196O0...

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