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OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER.
NOTICE. In ordtr to ptve thelleraiia
general circulation, tn Phillips County tre
"Hthorite t!u Poet Matters of PhiUipt
County to act at our Agent; in tal.ing tub
crip t iont f err the Herald, and tee dc agree
to pay them a liberal compensation for their
trouble - -
'.Arrival and Departure of .
The mail arrive and depart from Pbltljtburg
M follows t . - .
iit for C. B-, Mo. P. R. K., tut and west,
and Marvin, closet at 10 a.m.; arrives at 2
o'clock p. m. daily.
Alma and I'billipubnrg, leaves Mondays, Wed
pdr and Fridays, at 7 3U a. an. Arrive
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satardys, at A P- tn.
&mith Center and Phillipsbur, leaves Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. Ar
rives Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Wert on Center and Phillipsburg, leaves Mo
daya, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 7:50 a. in.
A r rites Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at
6 f. m.
Long island and Phlllliburg, liaves Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays, at 2 p.m. Arrives
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at noon.
Nance and Phillipsbnrg, leaves Saturday at 8
a m., arr.ves Fridays at 4 p. in-
Office Lours 7 :3U a. in. until 8 :30 p. m. Office
pen Sundays from 2 P- in. until 3 p. m.
11. C. tsPAULDIXG,
M. E. Church Rev. J. Bieourt erery 'sec
ond and fonrth Sabbath at 7X o'clock p. in., al
ternate 11 o'clock p. tn. ...
Baptist. Kev. W. C. Archer, every first feab
bath at 11 o'clock a. in and 7i o'clock p.m.
Every third Sabbath at X p. m.
Presbyteriaa : Rev Toseph Prtttrson, every
second and fourth Sabbath at 11 o'clock a, m
Alternarc at 8 p. in. - '
Alternate at p. m.
riaverahiit. Kev. S Buhop, everp third
Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. m.
Union Sabbath School. Every Sabbath at 10
o'clock a. tu.
Union Prayer Meeting-. Every Thursday eva
Clerk District Court,
County Clerk, -
Register of Deed', -
fcupt. of Publ'io Inst.,
County Attorney, -
- - W. L. Morgan.
- O. A. Spaulding.
- J, W. Lowe.
- Ritner Smith.
- Jno. B. Woods.
- - C. A. Lewis.
- - II. C. Spauldina.
- J, P. Bernard.
- H. 6. Qranaer.
f L. P. Job neon.
. City Diretory.
Mayor, - E. Davis.
Volice Judge, - - - A. P. JlcElroy.
(11, C. Sprague,
Geo. W. Young,
IF. E. Winsbip.
Treasurer, James Woods.
Clerk, ... E. F. Korns.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the oftice of Superintendent
of Public Instruction for Phillips
county, subject to the action of the
County Republican Convention. If
It should be my fortune to be elected
to that ofilce the voters of Phillips
county may rest assured that the
duties of the office will be attended to
In a business like manner and accord
ing to law. Respectfully,
J. il. Atchison.
We are authorized to announce the
name of Elihu Davis of Phillipsburg
us candidate for the oftice of Connty
Attorney of Phillips County Kansas,
subject to the decision of Republican
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the office or Probate Juage
of Phillips County subject to the de
cision of the Republican County Con
vention. Ciias. Dickey.
I am a candidate for the office of
Probata Judge of Phillips county, sub
ject to the decision of the Republican
II S Granger,
1 hereby announce myself as a can
didate for renomi nation to the office
of Superintendent of Public Instruct
ion, subject to the action of the Phil
lips county Republican Convention.
Respectfully, C. A. Lewis.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for re-election as Clerk of the
District Court of Phillips county,
Kansas, subject to the decision of the
Republican County. Convention. As
to ray qualifications, I extend a cor
dial invitation to all parties interested
to call at my office and examine the
work done during my present term.
G. A. Spauldinck
C W Snodgrass is a candidate for the
office of Superintendent of Public In
struction, subject to the decision of the
Phillips County Republican Conven
tion, We are authorized to announce the
name of N B McCormick, of this ulace
for the office of Probate Judge, -for
Phillips county, subject to the decis
ion of the Republican County Conven
tion, called to meet at Phillipsburg,
Saturday, October 14th, 1882.
D. A. Huling has a yoke of oxen
for sale, cheap for cash.
A. Davidson, of Beaver, gave the
Herald a friendly call.
Wm. Blssell is prepared to place
a few small desirable farm loans.
Q. W. Young keeps on band re
pairs for reapers and mowers.
Bottom knocked out of prices
of every tiling, at the Cheap Cash Store
of Nay & Hodggins, Marvin, Kan. 46
Young A Strain will take your
train and pay you the highest mar
ket price in cash.
Nay & Ilodggins have bought the
store and stock of Illllstead at Marvin
and have knocked the bottom out of
Mr. Fields, banker of Smith Cent
re, gave the Herald a friendly call
Mr. F. is a wide-a-wake business man
and will make his mark, in Kansas.
3. F. Lozier, of Klrwin, was on
our streets Monday. He tested the
virtue of Prof. Roop's' new battery
he thinks lightning will sometimes
strike without thunder.
J. H. Fleisher, of Ash Creek,
darkened our sanctum, door last week.
He reports all things lovely in his
"neck o the woods." He says the
state ticket Bults him.
J. W. Kidd, one of the oldest
residents of Solomon township, was in
the Herald office last week and paid
for the Herald for one year, and
brought us in some job work from
Marcin.. Call often.
Died Mrs. Marlah Hanson,
Thursday morning, August 31st, about
seven o'clock, in the 80th year of her
age. She has been a resident of this
county since 1873. Came from Salem,
Washington county, New York. Mrs.
H. was the mother of Willard W.
Hanson, of Mound township, and has
made her home much of the time for
the past 9 years with him. She was a
lady of much more than usual intelli
gence and force of character, a con
sistent christian, and lived a long and
useful life. May her future be as hap
py as her life has been honorable.
Miss May Webster, assistant in
structor in our Normal Institute, is a
young lady whose success and exam
ple shouldbe immltated by every young
lady. Without means to commence
with, she has succeeded in securing
forhereself such an education as to
secure a perpetual certificate, and open
to her the best positions as a teacher
in the state. What she has done other
young ladies can do. She will be re
membered as a teacher in our primary
department two years ago. Our people
note her progress with satisfaction.
Wm. Dixon, Sr., of Plumb town
ship was in the city Tuesday to inter
view the County Treasurer. He will
commence to harvest his broom corn
to-day and thinks he will have about
7 tons from 30 acres. There Is a great
demand for hands to cut broom corn.
Waives $ 1 to 51 50. Broom corn has
become quite an important Industry in
Plum township. It pays well.
W. H. Stauber has returned to
Phillips county, having been in Apa
noose county, Iowa, for about 20
months. He says that all kinds of
crops in that county are almost an en
tire failure except hay; that nine out
often farmers will have to ship in corn
for home consumption. Phillips coun
ty does not suffer by comparison with
Iowa tills year.
Geo. A. Turner, of Granite, re
ports his oats as yielding 50 bushel to
the acre, common variety, and from
16 lbs white Russian oats he received
17 bushel. His Sea Island wheat
yielded 17 bushel to the acre, and he
thinks he will have a two-third corn
crop. On the whole Mr. Turner is
well pleased with this year's farming.
W. F. Woodward, our lawyer,
horse milliner and farmer, left five
ears of corn at our office which weighs
four and three-fourths pounds. Mr.
Woodward has as fine a field of corn
on his timber claim, two miles west of
Phillipsburg, as can be found any
where. As a farmer Mr. W. is a de
A. A. Burdick and E. W. Poor, of
Walnut, were in the city Monday on
business Mr. B. has a small crop of
broom corn which has done well. He
commenced gathering Tuesday.- Mr.
Poor says his crop of small grain is
good, and he will have 1000 bushels of
Mr. McClung, County Clerk of
Sheridan county was in the city on
his way to Ohio on a visit to his sis
ter. Mrs. Park, of Dayton, goes with
him. They will be absent some weeks.
During the absence of Mrs. Park, J.
Q. A. will look after domestic affairs.
Prof. Roop has been trying to
unite the Herald office and Court
House by telephone, but the ingre
dients won't quite work. The Prof,
is noted though, for his staying qual
ities and we expect so hear from him
again before another issue of the paper
S. G. Nay, of Marvin, sent to
this office for exhibition a stock of
corn 11 feet and nine inches high, and
six feet to the first ear. Also two fine
cars of corn ripe enough to husk. Our
office begins to look like the agricul
tural hall of a state fair.
Rev. R. Rhamy, of Granite, call
ed on ye Herald man, while on the
way home from the "Free Methodist
Conference" which was held at Prair
ie City, Johnson county, Kansas. He
thinks there should be no hungry
Kansans this year.
nWo insert, this week, a double
column ad for the new firm of Nay &
Hodgins, Marvin. It will pay you
to call on them when in that city, as
they carry a general stock and are of
fering special inducements to pur
chasers. L. W. Underwood, Daniel More and
J. S. Tedrow, of Crystal township,
were in our sanctum on Saturday on
business. They report crops good and
their people in better circumstances
than they have been for several years.
t- H'. S. Granger is stoppirigfin the
city a few days interesting himself in
county matters. Mr. G. la a good
Commissioner and wonld honorably
fill any position within the gift of our
Died On Thursday, Aug. 31,
1SS2, in Phillipsburg, the infant son of
Mr. and Mrs. Delph. Mr. D. is absent
in the mountains. The afflicted fam
ily have the sympathy of the commu
nity. Uncle Samuel Plotner, wife and
daughter, Mrs. Poling, left for a six
weeks' visit in Doniphan county. We
hope they may have a pleasant trip.
Mrs. J. V- Close, who was taken
sick last week while visiting the fam
ily of A Troupe was brought home yes
terday and is rapidly improving.
Joe Holt , is busy -in the harness
shop of W. H. Woodward. . As a
horse-milliner Joe is a success, always
taking a stitch in time,
G. W. BIckford does the agreeable
behind the counter at R Rogers. He
knows how to treat a customer so he
will want to come again.
W. W. Anderson called Monday
and renewed his faith in the Heald
and Leavenworth Times, :
D. A. Huling is In the east pur-
chafing goods for the thousands. -
Col. Picket, of the Kirwin Chief,
lectured before a large audience at the
Court House under the auspices of the
Normal Institute, on Tuesday even
ing. His subject was "Abraham
Lincoln" evidently -a favorite with
him and the able manner in which
he handled it showed conclusively
that he was familiar with his theme.
Twenty years of intimate personal
acquaintance with our first great
martyr, makes Col. Picket a partic
ularly well qualified person to bring
out in a pleasing manner the interest
ing points in his noble nature. The
occasion was also enlivened by splend
ed music by Prof. Lewis, and his
choir. On the whole it was a rich
treat and all should have heard it.
. We take pleasure ia calling atten
tion to the announcement ia tnU issue
of Geo. A. Spaulding for re-election to
the office of Clerk of the District Court
Mr. Spauldiog was elected to that office
by the Republicans two yean ago, and
to say that he has made a prompt, faith
ful and efficient officer is not doing the
subject justice. He has dose much to
sjftematize business in his office and
we doubt very much if a better conduct
ed office could be found in the State.
Mr. S, has the advantage in bis can
didacy of the very just and sensible :
custom hich has been almost crystalix- i
ed into our common law- ihjat of re-;
warding a faithful official with a second
Elsewhere in this issue will be
found the announcement of C. A.
Lewis for re-election fir Superintend
ent of Public Iusttuction. Mr. Lewis
has served the county in that capacity
first by appointment and Sine year ago
by election to fill the unexpired, term of
Rev. Tbeo. Bracken, resigned. Mr. L.
is a gentleman whose natural abilities,
education and taste eminently fit him
for the position, and we should not be
surprised if the teachers attending the
institute would go to their homes and
electioneer for bis re election.
N. J. Champman, of Beaver, call
ed on the Herald last week. He
thinks corn will make half a crop. It
will be remembered that Mr. C. lives
in the section of country where the
small grain was almost entirely de
stroyed by a hail storm in June last.
Many of the fields TSf grain were not
damaged and those that were with
about the same result as that given in
our Beaver items in Mr. Palmer's
L. F. Pickel, ot Granite,, left two
fine samples of oats at the Agricultural
rooms of the Herald Tuesday. The
straw was cut off above ground and
measured 5 J feet. It was raised
on the farm of Dan Smith, Couuty
Treasurer elect. A portion of the oats
has been threshed aifd a careful estimate
shows a yield of not less than 80 bushels
per acre. Who can beat it ?
C. W. Snodgrass, whose announce
ment will be found in this issue. Ha is
an educated gentlemen, an excellent
teacher, and should he be chosen for the
office which he seeks, would make a
good Superintendent. Mr. 8. has been
principal of our public school some time
and the people here would be sorry to
loof.c him as such.
J. G. Chester, of Solomon town
ship, was in the Herald sanctum on
business, and took occasion to con
tribute a year's subscription. Mr.
C. has a field of corn that would be
called good any year. He knows how
to farm and make it a success.
Varney Bump, of Freedom, and
Barnet Bump and wife, of Phillips
burg, were inr the city attending to
some real estate business. They are
some of our farmers that mix farming
and stock raising and make it pay.
Frank Strain and his (will be)
successor, Dan Smith, are large opper
ators in real estate. They can tell
you just what it will take to redeem
your land or take a certificate of sale.
Dr. A. B. Houck drives a fine
team of white ponies, and can get
there on time. Should you get your
neck broken or receive any other slight
injuries, call on him for repairs
We have our mill repaired and
are now prepared to do all kinds of
grinding. Satisfaction ' guaranteed.
Give ns a call. Hanson & Troup,
Marvin, Kansas, Aug. 16th.
Howard & Company, of Plum
Creek, Nebraska, drove 16,000 sheep
through our city this week. They
were brought from Colorado and were
We vifited our ntighboring city
Kirwin, last Friday, and noted down
some things we saw, but for waut of
space the same will not appear until our
In this issue you will find a report
of the meeting of the Library Asso
ciation. You are all interested in a
city library. Do what you can to help
Frank Strain and John Lowe ale
indignant at being summoned as wit
nesses in a dead h irse case, when they
wanted to go to the re-union and State
The Hebald force Is under obli
gation to L. F. Pickle for tome fine
melons. May we hear from many oth
ers in the same business.
The M. P. P. R. Company issues
orders for a redaction, in rates for the
State Fair and Reunion, making round
trip tickets only $4.70
A newsy commnnieatloa from Sum
ner U necessarily crowded oat this week,
but it will appear our next." -'
Mr. Farrett, the model landlord,
of Logan, was In the city Tuesday on
Young & Strain will pay the high
est market price for small grain. .
C. H. Leffingwell, of Day toa, was
in the city Tuesday. . -
See local notice of Pacific Express
The Library Association met in
the Court Honse, on Friday evening
pur&nant to announcement and eject
ed a permanent organization by elect
ing the following officers and eomrait
teea: H. C. Sprague, President, C.
A. Lewis, Secretary and Libarian,
and D.-.L. Smith, Treasurer. A com
mittee of three, consisting of John
Bissell C - A. Lewis and Geo. W.
Stinsonwere appointed to draft. Con
stitution and By-Laws. The Associa
tion then adjourned to meet on Mon
day evening at the office of C. A.
Lewis. Already there are 43 shares
taken in tills enterprise, and all par
ties interested in literature and educa
tion are invited to subscribe. By do
ing this you will not only benefit your
self by having access to an extensive
library, but very materially aid the
community in - which you live. The
association is bound to be a success,
contribute your mite and help it along.
Last Sunday, at the invitation of
Mr. J. T. Patterson, of Louiaburg. the
entire Sentinel out&t spent that day at
hla place. Mr. Rifenbergh, Mr. Rus
sell and Mr. Davis, of Phillipsburg,
also assisted in dissecting several yel
low legged .chicken J. T. had in
tended for the pastor. The only unfair
thing the boys did was to cod us into
carving the fowlst they got 15 minutes
the start of us, but as we struck the
last quarter stretch on pie and cake
we came In only a "neck" (chicken)
behind. Well, we had a good time
and enioyod the change, and the first
time the neighbors bring in a little
extra, we shall issue invitations to
onr Louiaburg friends. Orleans Sen
tinel. ' . I
The Mr Davis referred to is our
"leading" candidate for County Attor
ney and wegsubmlt, is it not 2a little
shabby to be running around the
country with editors eating chickens
which "it is not lawful for any man to
eat save" the preachers. Rise and !
explane, Biihu. j
The Normal Institute is doing
much good for the Teachers of our
county ; progressive ideas of the best
educators of our state are thoroughly
discussed, and modern appliances and
suggestions brought within 'the reach
of all. The teachers seem to be im
proving this opportunity, for they are
working like bees. Every afternoon
finds them ransacking musty records
for authorities, and if anv important
question remains unansweredit is not
the teacher's fault, but on account of a
lack of facilities.
There are 117,000 acres of vacant
land in the Kirwin District, but some
of it Is being taken up as the' follow
ing report of the business of the Kir
win office will show :
No entries made during the month
of August, 1882.
Timber Entries 36
Declaratory Statements 61
Final Home Proofs.... - 37
Final Timber Proofs.. 3
Cash Entries.' ... 31
T. M. Helm.
The following Is a list of petit jur
ors for September, 1882, term of District
Court of Phillips county, Kansas;
John ShultK and Chas. Bick, Logan
township; II. H. Nash, . . Solomon
township; J. M. Cox, Phillipsburg
township; J. M. Rumbaugb, Green
wood township; Zenith - Cox, J. O.
Atkins, Wm. Day, W. W. Davis, of
Long Island township; Wm. Jennings
and Noah Goodrich,Granite township;
Geo. Bogenrief, Glenwood township.
Donald McDonald, David Alexan
der, Mr. Faubion and others of Glenwood
and Walnnt, went through the city this
week with some eight or ten loads of
potatoes which they sell at Hays City for
$1.25 per bushel. They are driving
quite a business in that direction. Suc
cess to you, gentlemen.
Mr. A. E. Harvey, of Nebraska, b
stopping at the Central House, looking
up some business for the Corbin Bank
ing Co. He thinks our people made a
mistake in not having more fall wheat
or turning their attention to broom corn
.- J. J. Johnsou, principal of tne
Stockton public school, and Jams B.
Clark, Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion of Rooks county, were in attendance
at the Phillips county Normal, on Tues
day. Uncle Joseph Close was in the
sheep market this week, but we have
not heard that he made a purchase. Do
you think you could catch a sheep? We
wish you could.
Prof. Roop says we must correct
that article about the telephon e, and
say it is a success. - We take it all back
and add that the Prof, is a success aa
well. ; y--
DEAN, the "Boss" Habsess Man
"ads" because people ought. 2 know
where to buy goods cheap. First door
north post office, Klrwan, Kstn. 2m
This term of the District Court
there are 58 cases on the docket- Three
criminal; eleven divorce, and forty
four debt, damages, etc
A good yoke of oxen" for sale
cheap enquire of J. w. Koach 7 J
miles north east of Phillipsburg. in
Aecade township. ;
Mr. Eby, of Dayton, was in the
city on business. He says his cora is
fair and will make from '60 to 40 bashels
Joseph Youeg, the "light weight"
of Freedom, was fn the city yesterday.
He looks hearty and happy.
- W. B. Stubert, Amos Ewell and
J. W. Kidd, of JMarvin, were o onr
streets yesterday. .y.'.V' "
J. TI. Close's brick yard seems . to
be ia pood running - order. O all on him
for brick. . ; '
The HxbaLd office and Court
House are connected by telephone.
G. W. Stinsoa interviewed the
HsaAT.t) force yesterday. -
W. F. Baker, hag bcea h-slpicj
boird or telephone."
KIR WIN LO CALS. . :
Since September 1st, our iiimroda
have been putting in full time hunt
ing prairie chickens. We . heard one
man make the assertion on the 2d that
be killed sixty since the 1st. He had
undoubtedly, been hunting jack-rab-bita,'&c,
for a few days previous.
H. S. Granger and lady took the
east bound passenger train Wednes
day morning for Delphos, Kansas,
where they expect ' to make a short
visit. Miss Estella accoru pained them
as far as Harlan, where she expects to
attend Gould College.
Chas. H Hull and lady and Miss
Emma .Hilt, who has been visiting
them, started Monday morning for
Prophetstown, 111. Charlie expects to
be gone about thirty days.;
F. T M. Dutcher and Miss Judith
passed through town Monday enrout
for Harlan, Smith county, where
Judith will attend Gould College the
Elihu Davis was in the city Mon
day strictly on business. If he was
murmuring any politics we failed to
hear of it.
TheM. E. Sabbath school held a
pic-nic Tuesday. It waa quite well
attended and all ueemed to have a
good time. " '.- : ' .y .'
M. H. Johnson and lady returned
last week .from an extended' visit
among friends in Mass.
W, D. Lane, editor of the Harlan
Advance, was in town the first of the
Geo. W. Stinson was registered at
the Commercial Monday.
Rev. Archer is living on his
homestead east of town,
J. H. Mitchell of S-tockton. was
in the city Tuesday. ' " -
A correspondent to the Logan
Enterprise says "Prof. Atchison is
lecturing all around us,' why don't be
lecture before the institute. We think
we have the correct meaning of the
correspondent. In reply we would
say that it is our understanding that
Mr. Atchison has had jio invitation to
say a word and he most surely would
not feel like pushing himself before
Lafe Nay has oiened a . livery
stable at the old Germain place, where
he will furnish good rigs and accom
modations for little money. .
W. E. Rowe looks comfortable in
his new quarters, where he can sup
ply you with everything in the line of
Guess that the rain has concluded
to slight Kirwin the rest of the season.
M. H. Johnson has returned from
the east, looking well.
A. G. McBride's new land ofilce
is in full blast.
FROM BjuA VER.
Married, at the bride's parents, on
Sunday, August 27th, Ira S. Troupe
and Maggie Davison, N. J. Chapman,
officiating. All of Logan.
D. S. Palmer threshed 12 bushel
from 15 acres of wheat. After paying
$7.50 for cutting and $5.00 for thresh
ing, which is the greater, profits or
loss. Mr. Palmer's wheat crop was
destroyed by hall.
Newton Davison and Will Fauver
have gone to Nebraska to work.
t-James Cranmer has gone to Logan
to work on the R. R. as section hand.
PmLLiPSBURO, Sept. 1, '82.
Meeting called to order by President
D. L. Smith. After reading minutes
of last meeting, the programme as
provided was carried out. A. P. McEl
roy, Rev. B. R. Turner, Judge W. H
Pratt, A. G. McBride, Geo. W. Stin
son and C. A. Lewis favored the meet
ing with good speeches in favor of
prohibition. Meeting adjourned after
choosing the present officers for anoth
er term. The meeting was one of the
best of the season. The object of the
society is to make this a meeting in
joyable and do good work for the
Program for Tuesday evening, Sept.
1 Song by audience,
2 Select reading. Miss May Nash.
3 Speech, E. Davis. ; ' 1 c-
4 Song by Miss Oletta Lowell and
others. v ' t
5 Speech, Rev. Patterson.
6 Temperance love feast.
J. Morse, Secretary.
The Pacific Express is safe, reliable
and sure. Small packages, moneys
&c. carried to all points in the United
States, at low rates. Call at the office
for information, rates &c.
T. B. Carney.
We Would call your attention 6
the notice for Teacher's Examination
to be held on the 8th and 8th inst.
Those parties expecting to teach dur
ing the fall and winter should be pres
ent. Phllllpsbu rjr Post No. 77 G. A
R. meets first Saturday evening after
full moon in eacn montn .
Elihu Davis, P. C
J W. Lowe, Adjutant.
The B. & M, R. R., known as
the "Burlington-Route" offers special
advantages to travelers. See their ad
vertisement in this paper. .
0,000 bushels of wheat wanted
for which we Will bay cash.
- ' : Yotmo & Strain.
tt wi3 pay yoa to see the Victor
school furniture before purchasing.
'Golden leaf cigars for salo at th
Post Offlce. . . tf
In the last issue of the Herald vou
will observe that the rate quoted to
Topeka, Kansas, was one fare for
round trip, which la hereby revoked.
The fare for round trip will be $4.70.
T. B. Carney, Agt.
Marvin, Sept. 5th, 1SS2.
Brown's Blackberry and Ginger
nas a repuatton attained by no other
remedy for. the cure of diarrhea, dys
entery and eholera morbus: Mothers,
if you would gvard your children
against sudden sickness and death,
do not fail to keep ready for use this
wonderful remedy. Travelers : and
others subject to change of water and
diet, should use it. Sold by all west
ern druggists. Try H, C. Sprague and
J. V. Close, Phillipsburg, Kansas.
: Mr. N. B. McCormick ' whose an
nouncement as a candidate for the nom
ination for Probate Judge, appears in
this issue, is so well known in this com
munity.' as to make any statement from
the HERALD as to his qualifications,
superfluous.. For years he has been fill
ing public positions in the county and is
at present the Chief Justice" of Phill
ipsburg township. .
Kirwin, Sept 6, The Utest from
the seat of war was an engagement wf
Gen. Sir McBride and Aiabi Pasha
Bradley. Arabi Pasha opened fire and
about the first shot carromed on the
General's nose. . No lives lost only two
wounded and it is hoped not fatally.
Onr special correspondent will give full
particulars in the future. . r - a .
I can furnish you with school fur
niture, maps etc., at the very lowest
price - possible to obtain them any
where. Before you contract for Fur
niture, call and see me,- I will make
the price on furniture low enough to
pay you for your trouble.
A. P. McElroy.
Office vnth Co. Clerk. j jly-20 2m
C. Hamilton, Merchant Tailor, of
Beloit will visit this place about the
10th of October, All persons wanting
suits made to order will save money
by ordering of him, as he sells from
samples. A fit guaranteed. Address or
call on him on Main street opposite
post office, Beloit Kansas. - .
W. E. Bradfield, Dougherty,
Texas, says : "Brown's Eureka Ague
Pills areahead of anything ever used
in this country for the cure of chills
and fever."- Every druggist keeps
them. Ask H. C. Sprague and J. V.
Every day grows stronger the
conviction that Brown's Pepsin Tonic
is a never failing cure for despepsia,
indigestion and sick headache; the
universal demand now compels all
druggists to deep it.
What is this we see? It is Dalas
Barman's rig. Where is it going ? To
meet the train at Marvin. - You can go
with him to Marvin if you want to. . Do
yoi want to ?
Land Office at Kirwin. Knnsw, ', ilna
An. 14. 1882. I"08
Notice is hereby given ibnt the folio wing
earned aettler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
that aaid proof will be made before the Probate
J ndge or Clerk of the District Court at Phillips
barf. Kansas, on Sept. 15, 1841 vix :
D. S. No. 18829, for the w hf str or reo. 9
township 4 south, range IS west, lie names the
foil win witnesses to prove his continuous
reaidencr upon, and cultivation of, said land,
T. Q. Hackley, Phillipuburt: Kan.
Ira Ray, - "
Jonn Kmr Marrin Kan.
Kobt Swearinger, Marvin Kan.
o w T M. HELM, Register,
Land Office at Kirwin, Kansas, I lintt
. August 14, 1882. J
Notice is hereby given that the following nam
ed 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 at Phillipsburg, Kansas, on
September 26th, 1882. rii :
HE No. 11503 for the hf ne qr ne jr te qr sec
tion 10, town 1 south, range 17 went, lie names
the following witnesses to prove his continuous
residence upon, and cultivation of said -land,
Alonco Grenell, John M. IIulI, George llerold
and Samuel Aliller, allof Republican City, Neb.
aag-17 T Al HELM. Register.
STATE OF KANSAS 1 Case No '33.
Phillips County, f S3
In the District Court of PhiUipe County
State of Kansas :
Geo. W. Young, PJtf,
Frank Fin ley. Def.
Public notice U hereby given that under
and by rirtae ot the judgment rendered in
the above entitled action in Justice Court
and transcript of raid Judgment filed in said
DiMrict Court and of an execution iied on
aaid judgment o me directed and delivered
I will, on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER JUd, 1882,
between the hours of 1 and 2 o'clock, p. m.,
of aaid day, at the front door of the Court
Honae, in Phillipsburg. in the County of
Phillips. State of Kansaa. offer at Public
Sale end sell to the highest bidder for cash
in band the following described real prop
ertv, namely :
Lot No tifcht 8in block seven 7
Kange five 5 in the city of Phillipsburg.
County of Phillip', State of Kansas. Said
property has been' levied upon and is to be
sold as the properly of the above named
Dated thia 2-'d day of AagnaK-A. D..
1882- J. B. WOODS.
Sherifl Phillips County,
HO AD NOTICE. .
Statu nr Kxvs as, I
County ex Phillips. u,
Orncs of CocsTT Clibk,
NOTICE Is hereby given that on the 7th day
of July. 1832. a petition sirned by John Koor ev
and otheri, was presented to -the Board of
Oounty Commissioners of the County and State
aforesasd praying for the racatiou of a eerUi
road, described as follows, viz :
Commencing at the center of section 27,
townrhip 3, range 18. thence west one hall mile
to section line.
Whereof, said Board of Connty Com miest on
ers appointed the following named persons, vis':
TO Larkin, U H Lore and W it Gardner as
viewers, with instructions to meet at the center
of seettes 27. in Phillipsburg township, on Sat
urday the 16th day of September, A. D. 1882,
and proceed to view said road, and give to all
parties a bearing. -
JJOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
ang-24-4w ... J. W. Lows, Connty Clerk.
LaodOSce, at kirwin, Kan.
. Aug. 17, 183J.
Notice is hereby
named settler his filed notice of bis iatentieaj
to make final proof in support af his eii, aad
that safd proof will be saa4 befare the hegis
ior !ceive KirwiaKa on Sept. a ta.
ISAAC W. NJETTlASnipl
H E Ne 56fi9 for the aw qr. stxj 20, tewaseJa 1
south, rasx Si watt. He. cuie the fol lowing
witnesses te prove aia eoatkiuoBS residence ui
en, and ealtivatioo o id land w.s:
J. O. liean, lag. Island Kan.
Joel Colby, r ....
V. H. Shields, ' - "
V. tifcy, " --.
T- M HELM, Eegwu r
T)od A HeBnde, Alts, ajij 51
- , inn- i ri'tiatoBMg5ii&'J
THE STATS OP KANSAS, f ;
Phillips County. Jss .
In the Probate Conit in and tor ss&T Cmif.
In the matter of the Estate of (
Olitkb S, Deakk, Deceased, j
Tootle is hereby given that letters of Admin
istration ha vn been granted to the andermgue I
on the estate of Oliver S. Drake, late of aai-l
oounty, deceased, who died in Jennioon. Mich.,
by the Honorable, the Probate. Vvurt of th
Connty and State aforesaid, dated the lt day of
August. A. D. 1&S2. Sov, all parsons hanmr
claims against the- estate, are hereby notified
th tt;tbey trust proaeattba sama to th under
signed for allowance within one year from the
date oeaid letters, or they may be preclude-t
from any benefit of uch e.txte: and that if sub
claims be not exhibited within three y rar titer
the date of said le iters, they shall be ioiever bar
FRANK FINLET, Administrator,
of the Ettat of Olitkb fc.Ls.AtK. Deceased.
' August 3d, 1&S2.
S. W. 1 c iLsoY, Atiuin y. -
U, S. Land Office, Kirwin. Kanie I
Aug. 31st, li&i. J - V
Ko'tie Is hereby given that th fuIlof-
named settler baa filed no ice of his inteu"-:-1
o make final proof in support of his claim,-; I
that said proof will be made before the l i
ieter or Receiver at Kirwin, Kansas, on Sep
tember 30th, 182. vii:
J. G. CIIESTKR,
D. S. No. lfiSSO for the a hf ne qr sec S3 and
nhfnwqr seo St, tow d 4. range IS. He uamea
the following witnesses to prove his continuous
residence upon, and cultivation of said land,
P J mislead, of Marvin, Kansas
j W. Kidd " -
Allen Enyart " "
a 31 T. M. HELM, Register
Laud Ofkici at Kikwik Kansas, I
Aug. 31st, 1882. I
Notice is hereby given that the following
named aettler has filed notice of his intention
to make final proof in support of his claim, and
that said proof will bo made before the Clerk of
the District Court or Probate Judge at Pbtli
ipsburg. Kansas, on October" 2d 1SS2, vrt":
JACOB J. RUTHERFORD, . . .
HE No. 1677 for the sw qr fee 3 town S range
13. He name the foliowingwitnesaes to prova
his continuous residence upon, and cultivation
of said land, via :
J. W. Edward?, of Phillipsburg. Kansas,
J.J. Clark, of " "
Erank Rickman, ' "
John Lake, of " ' "
m T.M. HELM, Register.
Wui. Bisskll. Attorney. aug-3l.
U. . Land Umce. Kirwin Kan. (
June 27, .182. J
Complaint having been entered at this Office
by Reynolds II . Johnson against Julia O. Clark,
for abandoning her homestead entry No. 6669,
dated June 4, 1878, upon the se qr se qr sec 4,
and e hf neor sw qr ne qr fee 0, township 1.
range 19, in 1'hiPips oounty. Kansas, .with a.
view to the caneeilaion of said entry ; the said
parties are hereby summoned to appear at thin
Office on the 27th day cf Sept. 1882, at o'clock,
a.m., to respond and furnish testimony con
certing said alleged abandonment.
T. M. HELM. Register.
' L. J. BS T, Receiver,
wm. Bissell atty. au-17
In District Court, within and for
Fnuiips County, Kansas.
Moses Worthing, Pl'tf.
ft' ft. J
Kate Worthing, De'
The defendant Kate Worthing, is liere
by iiotified thnt be hn been ued in the
Dwirict Court of Phillips cnunly, Kansat
by Moe Worthing plaintiff, and thnt lie
prays in hir petition for a judgement oi di
vorce from said defendant, upon the
grounds of abandonment cf aaid plaintiff by
said defendant, for more than two years
prior to June 26th, 1882. You are required
answer to said petition of said pl.iimifl, on
or before the 11th day of September, 16H2,
or Raid petition wilt be takea an a true one
and judgement for a divorce as prayed for
therein will be rendered accordingly.
A, E, Pinkney, aug-6
Attorney for Plaintiff.
E F CARPENTER.
Blacksmith I Wagons Shop
First buildinj weac of billard ball. r
And all kinds of Blacksmith and
WAGON WO UK
S-Promptly Attended to,t&2i
At prices to suit the times.
ALWATS TaIE ths
B. & M. R. R. R.
Examine map and time table carefully. It
will be seen that this line connects with C.
B. & Q. R. R.: in fact they are nndir on
management, and taken togeth
er form what ia called the
Shortest and Quickest Uns to
Chicago, St. Louis, Peoria, V
DssHoinss, Rack island.
And Especially to all Points
IOWA. WIsljoNSLX INDIANA,
ILLINOIS, MICHIGAN, OIIIC.
Pbixcifai. aVaktaok 4an
Through Coaehes from Nebraska to
destitution on C. B. & Q. R. Rk
No transfers ; changes from C
B. & Q. R. R. to connect ing
lines all made in
Upea application at any station d the roa4.
Ageata are also prepared tn check baggag
tbreagb ; give all Jnfariaation as to ratet. router,
tisae, eoaneotlaar, ete.. and ta sees re tltepi&g
car aeeomoi!atiaa, - ,
T&b CompsT ' engae-ed ns am extension
which wiil opes a
HEW LINE TO -DENVER
and all points in Colorado. This extension will
be eom tletd and ready for business in a lew
nonths, and the- public en then enjoy all tbe
advantage of a throayh line tetveen beeve?
aad Chicago, all uudr one iusnagmeo t .
P- S EUSTI3.
C aA.ttl. ot&o