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OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. NOTICE. In ordtr to give the Hernia a general circulation, in Phillips County we authorize the Post Matter of Phillips County to act as our Agents, in taJAng sub soriptionsfor the Herald, and we dc agree to pay them a liberal compensation for their trouble ANNOtrarCKMENTS. I hereby announce myself a3 a can didate for the office 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 office 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. E. Atchison. "Wo are authorized to announce the name of Elihu Davis of Phillipsburg as candidate for the office of County Attorney of Phillips County Kansas, Bubjeet to the decision of Republican County Convention. I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the office of Probate Judge of Phillips County subject to the de cision of the Republican County Con vention. Chas. Dickey. I Am a candidate for the office of Probate Judge of Phillips county, sub ject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. II S Granger, 1 hereby announce myself as a can didate for renominatlon to tho 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 03 a can didate for re-election as Clerk of the District Court of Phillips county, Kansas, subject to the decision cf the Republican County Convention. As to my 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. Respectfully, G. A. Spauldinq. C W Snodgrassis 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 place for the office of Probate Judge, for Phillip3 county, subject to the decis ion of the Republican County Conven tion, called to meet at Phillipsburg, Saturday, October 14th, 1S82. I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the office of County Attor ney, of Phillips county, subject to the action of the Republican County Con vention. A. P. McElboy. I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the office of Clerk of the District Court, subject to the action of the Republican County Convention. E. F. Korxs. We are authorized to announce the name of John W. Duncan for the office of County Commissioner of the 2d District, subject to the decision of the .Republican County convention. LOCAL UERALDINGS. Young & Strain will pay the high est market price for small grain. Wm. Bissell is prepared to place a few small desirable farm loans. Young & Strain will take your grain and pay you the highest mar ket price in cash. A large span of mules for sale, with or without wagon and harness. In quire at this office. tf. Ciias. R. Mungjer, Newton, Kan sas, State Agent for school seats, maps, globes &c. Agents wanted. 50,000 bushels of wheat wanted for which we will pay cash. Yoqxo & Strain. Bottom knocked out of prices of everything, at the Cheap Cash Store of John lIillstead,Marvin, Kan. 46 vThe Board of County Commission ers are still busy wading tbxongh bills, petitions, warrants, settlements, &c. lion. D. B. Bailey made us a f feasant call Monday, Mr. Bailey, ike many others, has to enlarge his barns this year. Hay & Hodggins have bought the store and stock 01 Hillsteaa at Marvin and have knocked the bottom out of prices. 46 A. good yoke of oxen for sale cheap enquire of J. W. Roach 7J miles north east of Phillipsburg. in Arcade township. Hear ye! hear ye! hear ye! the Commissioners court of Phillips coun ty is now in session. Take notice and govern yburselves accordingly. DEAN, the Boss" Harness Man "ads" because people ought 2 know where to buy goods cheap. First door north post office, Kirwan, Ran. 2m J. R. Drake and5 his son W. E. Drake, of TFalnut Creek, were in Phillipsburar on business IFednesday. They were taking in some more Kan sas lands. . Prof. D. E. Cole, late of Jackson Court House. W. Va., has been imp'oy- edto teach the Marvin school. A good choice. R. Rogeis and wife returned Sab bath morning from a trip to Iowa, where they attended a "golden wed ding." They took in the Bismark Fair and report a pleasant trip. We will send the Phillipsburg . Herald and any one of the following papers one year for $2 in advance: Topeka Capital, Topeka Commonweal th, .Leaven worth Times or Kansas Farmer. The primary system of conven tions has been adopted in Smith Co., and so far as we are able to learn has given good satisfaction. We hope to nee it tried. in Phillips county next year. Rev. James Boicourt writes from 'jowathat after spending 17 years in Kansas, be has taken a six weeks trip to Iowa and is now ready to give Kan sas another 17 years pull.. He thinks he has given several good men the Kansas fever since he has been away from Phillipsburg. If Mr. Boicourt ' brines lust such men as he has proven ' himself to be we will be satisfied. Fair at Orleans, Neb., thia week. Republican caucus of . "Walnut township, Friday, Oct. 6. " Why not have an old settlers re union? What say jou, pioneers? Tho Republicans of Greenwood township will hold their caucus Friday, Oct. 6. Dinner at the city hall and Gov. St. John at the Court House next Sat urday. Commissioners Granger and John son constitute the Board thia week. Where is Horace ? ' Frank Cray will remain in Phil lipsburg with kis photograph ten until Monday morning only. The fair at Phillipsburg last Vfeek was the most successful one ever held this far .west in Kansas. The Republican caucus of Dayton township will be held at the usual place ef voting on Friday, Out. 6. Attend your primary caucuses, vote for good men for delegates, who will make good selections for officers. - Tho Phillipsburg public "school opened an eight months term Monday. Prof. C. W. Snodgrass, principal, and Miss Rose Eldred, primary department. Remember the Republican caucus at the Court House in Phillipsburg, to-morrow, Friday, Oct. 6th. Gov. St. John speaks at this place on the 7th. The ladies of the M. E. Church wili have a dinner at the lower room of the city hall building on Saturday next, the day Gov. St. John speaks at this place. Proceeds to be for the benefit ot the minister. Lost. A red and white Irish set ter dog about 5 months old and answers to the name 'Dou." Any one knowing the whereabouts of him will be rewarded by iiifbrming A. F. Stevens, at Marvin, Kansas. We expected to startle the world with a big snake story, but the Chief stole our thunder and made it so much louder than we could that we graceful ly "step down and out." Here is our "hat." Bro. Pickett, we "pass." We learn that a little child of Mr. and Mrs, Faulkner, living two miles west of this place, died quite buddenly last week. It had been quite sick some time, but its death was unexpected. The family has the sympathy of the whole community. One of the hardest woods in exist ence is that of the desert iron wood tree which grows in the dry wastes along the line of the Southern Pacific rail road. Ilolton Record. By the way, did you ever hear of Sam Wood ? Clay Center Dispatch. John Fellon, of Solomon, was in our office one day last week. Mr. Fellon has bought the farm of Christi an Osterman. This makes something over 800 acres which now comprises his home farm. He mixes farming and stock raising, and is making it pay. The following school districts have failed to send in their annual reports They are requested to forward them at once to the County Superintendent: Nos. 16, 30, 35. 54. 61, 66, 77, 81, 84, 88, 94, 101, 103. 109, 110, 111 and joint 2 of Phillips and Rooks counties. The Hon. Lair Dean, present Treasurer of Smith county, has been nominated for Representative in the 110th district. We have met Mr. Dean and was rather favorably im pressed with the gentleman. From what we know of Kansas Represen tatives he will be above the average. Charlie Caswell says he could make use of a few more clothes pins should any of his friends wish to furn ish them, giving the same credit as though they had been on hand at his wooden wedding,' but he is supplied with potato mashers and rolling pins. Candidates, take notice J. O. Dean, of Longisland, was in town taking in the fair last week, and reports that the new corn cribs are the order of the day in his township. They have never had such crops before 50 byshels of corn to the acre is a com mon thing, while a much larger amount is raised in many cases. Republican Caucus. Notice is hereby given that a township caucus for the purpose of electing delegates to the county convention at Phillipsburg, on October 14th, 1882, will he held in the School House in the town of Mar vin, on Monday, October 9th, at 2 o'clock p. m. C. H. Edgecombe, " Chairman. Marvin, Kan.,-Sept; 30th. Rather Late, Under date of Sept. 2Sth, the Secretary of the State Board of Agriculture acknowledges the receipt of our box of samples of grain and grasses in good order. Twen ty days from Marvin to Topeka is rather slow time. We are glad they are received and wish they could have been exhibited during the State Fair. A. W. Tracy, of Mound made the Herald a call Tuesday. Mr. T. was one of our first Board of Commission ers, being one of the first settlers of the county. He moved his family here in the spring of '72 and partici pated in the organization of the county. He thinks, that taking it all in all, this is the most successful year we have ever had. . . The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Caswell gave them a grand surprise in the celebration of the fifth anniversary of their weded life, which was on Sept. 19th. Among the many luxuries set forth were some fine peaches that Mr. Caswell has grown on his farm. The friends left a very 'valuable . lot of woodenware. We congratulate them and hope the next five years may bo spent as happy as has the past. . Edson Goodrich i TEMPERANCE MEETING. PniixiPSBURa, Kan,, Sept 22, '82, Meeting called to order by D. L Smith, president. After reading min utes of the last meeting, the program was taken up, all who were selected tak ing active part. Prof. C. A. Lewis and G. W Stinson made good speeches in favor' of prohibition. The following committee was chosen to act in harmony with any other committees who might be appointed to make arrangements for the reception of Gov. "St. John on Sat uaday, Oct. 7, 1882: Prof. C. A. Lewis, llev, B. R. Turner, N. B. Mc Cormick, Mrs. R. Rogers, Mrs. Wm, Bissell, Mrs. Ida Germain and Miss Rose Eldred, The following is the prograa for Friday evening, Oct. 6, 1882: 1 Song, Oletta Lowell and others. 2 Select reading, Mrs. Id Germain. 3 Speech, Mr. N B. MfiCormick. . 4 Song. 5 Speech, Rev. B. R. Turner. 6 Speech for the boys by Henry McDowell. 7 Paper by Denis Bickford and Miss E mm a Bissell. 8 Song. J. F. Morse, Secy. WEST CEDAR ITEMS. Ed. Herald. The recent rains have revived everything, and the farmer is putting in his time plowing. We were up to the fair last week and enjoyed it very much, but got very tired. being quite lame. We were made acquainted with our Hon orable members of Conerress (will be after next November) and heard them notn speeic. Anderson spoke to tne point on the transportation question. Hanback was a soldier and spoke to the soldiers. We met several old com rades, among whome were J E Young an old in viiid, who is a candidate for Probate ludge. He is not able to do farm labor any more, so let us give him something to do so he can support his family. WJW MAR VIN SCHOOL. Winter term begins October 9th, 1882. All the friends, patrons and scholars are " earnestly req uested to be present at the meeting on the night of the first day of school. Rev. B. R. Turner will speak on the Object of aa Education. 0. A. Lewi?, Symmatrica! Education. J. E. Atchison, Duty of Parents and Teachers to the School. Other speakers are expected also. D. E. Cole, Teacher. Wagon loads of corn are begin ning to appear on our streets and we venturn to say that almost everybody is surprised to see how much better it is than they expected to see. The fact is that we expected a lo oming crop thic year; looked for an extrava gant yield; we allowed our hopes to run away witn us, and when the dry weather came and prospects looked a little blue, our feelings dropped down to forty degrees below zero and con gealed. We straightway prophesied that the corn crop was a total failure and all that. Events prove, however, that neither view of the case was cor crect; part of the country have a good crop, parts only average, and still other parts poor. But, on the whole we will have an abundance of corn, and if that which is already brought into market is any indication, the quality will be good enough for any body. Smith county is not bankrupt yet hy a long shot. Smith County Re cord. The above clipping from the Record sets fourth the condition of things in Phillips as correctly as though it had been written for this county. : Our various candidates are all busy now days looking after their interests, and things are warming up politically. Some of the boys were in the Herald office Tuesday seeking still further to stir up the tigers by getting some of their private grieveance3 before the people, with a view to their effect upon the com ing contest. We just say we are sorry that any of our candidates had not acted on the Herald's advice and had them selves in training for a longer time. It would have saved trouble, but as the cases referred to are not such as to more than raise a question of honor in private business, and not effecting public in terests, we do not feel called upon to allow the Herald to enter into the dis cussion of them at the present time, and we hope our friends will excuse as. The G. B. antiMonopoly party nominated a full ticket at their conven tion last. Saturday except county attor ney, which is as follows: Representa tive, Charles Turner; Probate Judge, John Finch, Clerk of the Distri3t Court, Palmer:' Supt. Pub. Inst., J. M. iSallee; ConimLssioner 2d Dip., J. H. CIo.se. Charles Turner is a lermcr of Plum township, and should he make politics as much of a success as he has farming, he would not disgrac the county. The candidates for Clerk and Probate Judge are strangers to us. J M. Sallee lives in this township aDd is a pleasant gen tleman. J. H. Close is the village blacksmith and everybody knows where to find him. - ' This week tha official career of our worthy County Treasurer closes as such, and weyeuture to say that few, if an, public officers ever laid off the official garb with a clearer record than that of Frank Strain. Hb successor, D. L.Smith, has been busy preparing for his induction into the office, and we have lull faith in Dan making a worthy officer. Long life and success to you both is the wish of the Herald, The trustees of the First Baptist Church - of Phillipsburg. have decided that they cannot rebuild their church, and will offer the wreck for sale to the highest responsible bidder on one year's time, 10 per cent interest, approved notf. Sale to take place Saturday, Cctober 21st, 1832, at 2 o'clock p. m, John Hahnenkbatt, Com. A Caed. The member? ofthePres bytsrian church desire tj express their many thanks to all who so kindly assist ed them in preparing their refreshments on the fair grounds. S. H. Rogers, Secretary. Ed. Korns, late of the Phillipsburg Herald, is a candidate for Clerk of the District Court of Phillips county. Mr. Horns is a young of excellent qualifi cations for the position, and -we nope he wili reach that goal. Wa-Keeney World. . - . : ; , TEHCHERS'COLUMN " Official Directory of the Phillips County Teachers Association: President, Miss. May Webster; Vice President, Allan Sanford; See setary, J. E. Atchison; Editors, C. W. Saod grasa and Rose Eldred. " A'l communications must be addressed to "Teachers Association," Pbillipsbarg, Kansas. PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION. That incorrect conceptions of the work of the teacher exist in the minds of many teachers is very apparent. This is one great cause of the slow progress of the art of teaching. It can only be remedied by a better under standing of the terms that explain mental processes; and this requires long and careful study and thought. Train the jupil to think correctly. It seems to be "supposed that thought is an artificial process, instead of be ing natural. If a person cannot think without learning how, he is an idiot. When an object affects the senses, thought follows. Hence, perception must be used. First, by perception we are concious of natural objects, and we intuitively and naturally form certain judgments from these percept ions. The minds of children should be exercised on what comes within the range of their experience. This the teacher can and should do. Thought is applied to the. construction of judg ments. The judgment should be ex ercised and strengthened. The teach er should ascertain whether the pupil has correct judgments. If not, point out the defect and he will leam to avoid the error. Otherwise he may conclude, like the Irishman who shot a squirrel which was perched upon a very high tree, that it was a useless waste of powder, as the fall would have killed him anyhow. TEACH THE PUPIL IDEAS. An idea is the mind's picture of an object, a conception, or of a thought. Much teaching is worthless, because the pupil form no definite ideas; this Jesuits from or inefficient teaching; or it may not be suited to the child's stage of mental development. The child must form the ideas himself, you cannot give them to him. At first in every act of the memory, the image of the object which caused that idea is recalled, but, in course of time we may lose the image and yet retain the idea. Show a child a horse, he thinks "that is a "horse;" show him the image of a horse, he will think "thatisa horse;" show him the word horse, he will think "horse, " hence the name suggests the idea of a horse. It is for a teacher to teach so that the pupil may accumulate ideas and whenever teaching fails to do this it is worthless. - But pupils cannot learn ideas; you cannot teach them; ideas produce themselves they are the re sult of sensations. But what can the teacher do? He can establish correct habits, and it has been truthfully said "we are a bundle of habits." He should teach,First,observation;Second earnestness, mental action; Third, promptness, veneration, obedience; Fourth, order, exactness, reflection; Fifth, concentration, self reliance, cleanliness; Sixth, . correct judging, speaking, writing and actings And if he succeeds in doing all this, who shall say he is not a good teach er? Editor. TEACHING. After a period of rest, recreation, and w trust, mental a nd physical re freshment, we come aain as teachers to the season of work. We stand upon the threshold of a new year and wel come to the schoolroom the children who are to take a few more steps in the upward journey which will lead them to the higher places of mental and moral life. Let us pause for a moment and consider the nature of the work we are to undertake, and study the force of influences, which, though silent as the sunbeams, are to be potent in giving direction to the young minds and hearts under our charge. There is a close relation, in the work of teaching, between the quality of the work, and the skill and tack of the worker than in most any other profession. The teacher comes into intimate contact with the pupil, and his power is exercised in directions which tend to fix the habits of life. Then he must have a high aim and a faith in the possibilities which lie dor mant in the young child of ordinary capacity. He must also study the individual characteristics of each pu pil in order to know how to bring out the natural powers of the mind. In no work is there a greater need of a thorough understanding of our own capacities and a careful gaguing of our resources than ; in" terching the hum blest lesson to a child. It is rare that unpremeditated work is successful in anjr class in school. The" order in which topics are to be unfolded, 6houId be previously mapped out in the mind of the teacher, in order to give unity and point to the lesson. Routine may be better for the teacher temporarily ; hut in the end fresh thought and en thusiasm inspired by the daily work will bring its reward. There is a great responsibility resting upon us as teachers; and a personal fitness is needed if we carry on our work success fully. Next in -importance to freedom and justice is proper education with out which neither justice ' or freedom can be permanently maintained. J. A. Garfield. Wasted. A male teacher in dis trict No. 95, Walnut township, School term, three months. Board with pu Dils ; will pay part cash, remainder in orders to come in about -Nov. 1st, 1882. Good sod house with benches. About 10 pupils. " E. W. Pook, . " . Director. Myrtle, October 2d, 1882. Greenwood Tp. District No. 72 wants an experienced lady to teach a four months school, to begin. Nov. 1st. Will pay about S16 per month. '; B. B. Walton. Female teacher wanted in district No. 37, school to begin about October 1st. Two month term. Will pay from S15 to 20. District partly in Arcade and partly in Plum township. Lt. E. Hayes, .r..-. .... . .. Kirwin, Kan.: Sheriffs Proclamation of the time ef holding an : election for State and County Officers. . -To all to Whom These Presents Shall Come Greeting .- Know Ye, That I, J. B. Woods. Sherift of Phillips county, Kansas, by virtue of authority in me vested, do by this Proclamation give notice that oh Tuesday the 7th day of November, A. D,, 1882, there will bean election and the officers at that time to be elect ed are as follows : " Governor, " Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Auditor of State, State Treasurer, Attorney General, State Supt. Public Instruction, An Associate Justice, Congressman First District, Four Congressmen at Large, Representative, Clerk District Court, "Superintendent Public Instruction, Probate Judge, County Attorney, Commissioner 2d District. The votes for said officers will be received at the polls in each township in said county. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand at my office in Phillips burg, in said county, this 2d day of October, A. D., 1882. J. B. Woods, Sheriff. TAX SALE. Notice is hereby, given that the Co nnfy T reaBare will sell at Public Auction, at his office in the city of Phillipsburg, on Monday, October 23d, 1882, the following ands and town lots, situated in Phillips County Eansa9, or so much of each tract as may be necessary to pay the taxes and charge tlnrejn far the year 1S31 ; to-wit: Sec. T. R. e hf ae qr e hf ne qr 7 1 17 cw qr 27 1 19 w hf se qr w hf ne qr 29 4 16 commencing at the ew cor of sw qr, thence n 30 .rod 3, e 26 rods, s 30 rodf, w 2fi J rods -4 3 18 e hf Be qr 18 ) w hf qr 17 J 5 20 CITY OF KIRWIN. Lo 5 block F Range 1 Lot 3 block D Range 3 That part r. of R R Lot 15" block c Range 5 GANDY'S ADDITION TO LOGAN. Lot 4 block 1 Lot 11 block 15 Lot 12 block 16. CITY OF PHILLIPSBURG. Lot 12 block 7 range 5 R. R. ADDITION TO MARVIN. Lot 5 block 17 Lot 6 block 17 Lot 17 block ''I Lot 18 block 21. Lot 10 block S3. FRANK STRAIN, -Treasurer Phillips County. Sept, 25th, 1882. SALE OF SCHOOL LAND. Notice is hereby given that the following described school land situated in Phillips Coun ty Kansas , will be offered tor sale at the Treas urer's Office, in the City of Phillipsburg, on Saturday , October 2Sth , 18S2, betwee n the hours of 10 o'clock a.m., and 3 o'clock p. m.. to-wit: iheSWqrsKqr bection 36, town 4, range 16, Appraised at S3 00 per acre. TKANK STRAIN, Treasurer Phillips County. September ?5tb, 1882. NOTICE. lu the District Court ef the State of Kansas, in and for Phillips county, March term, 1883. Henry Krouse, Plaintiff, T8. Jane P. Krouse, Defendant. The defendant, JaDe P. Krouse, will take notice that she has been sued in the District Court of Phillips county, Kansas, by Plaintiff, claiming a divorce from her, from the bonds of matrimony, on account ef abandonment and adultery, and unless soe answers the same on or before the 1st day of December, 1382, the same will be taken as true and judgment entered thereon as prayed for in said petition, thia the 2d day of Ootober, 1882. G. A. SPAULDING. . , ,t, , . . Ce"k of the District Court. ELIHU DAVIS, Attorney. oct-5 Land Office at Kirwin, Kansas, ! j q Sept 20 1882. 4oii3 Notice is hereby given ibat the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that saidproofwill.be made before the J udge or Clerk of the District Court at Phillips burg, Kansas, on Oct. 28, 1882-viz: JAMES C. TAYLOR. H E No 7959 for these qr see. 7 township 1 south, range 2 west, lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said Jnnd, via. Thomas Wiley, Long Island, Kansas. J. A. Shields, " JE-mery Shields, " " John VV i iney, " " T. M. HELM, Register. A. P. McElroy, atty sept-28. SHERIFF'S SALE. State of Kansas, I Phillips County. In the District Coart, of the 17th Juedicial District. O. W. Young, Pltff.) vs. Case No. 435 Frank Finley, Deft. ) Public notice is hereby given that under and by virtue of the judgment rendered in the above entitled action in Justice Court, and transcript of said iudgment filed in said District Court and of an execution issued on said judgment to me diretced and delivered. I will on Monday. Oct. 30, 1882, between the hours of one and two o'clock p.m., of said day, at the front door of the Court House, in PhillpEburtr. in the county of Phillips, state of Kansas, of fer at public sale and sell to the highest bid der for cash in hand, the following described realprorerty, namely Lot eight (8), in block seven (7). range fave (5). sold subject to a mort gage held oy S. C. Celt for one.hundrod dol lars and interest thereon at ten per cent, from January 14, 1882, till p-iil, in the city of Phil lipsburg, county of Phillips, state of Kansas. Said property has been levied upon and ia to be sold as tne property of the above named Defendant by virtue of the judgment lien above shown1 .1. :.. ,t. ocii. .1 -c , . t loco 1 vaicu 11X19 1119 OkU Uttjr VI AUSUSl, A. JL" 1006 ) J. 15- Woods. bUeriH ot rmnpis uo- ' NOTICE. In the'Diftrict Court of the Seventeenth Judicr ' ial District, within and for Phillips couaty, Kansas. ' Tbk Nkw Esolakd Wortgagi") 1 SECCErar Compact, J Notice forPub- V3. V Jame3 F.Clctteb and Mixta ) lication. E. Clctt-b. J J a met, F Clutter and Minerva E Cbitter. De fendants, will take notice that on the 7th day of beptember, 1882, the New Eugland Mortgage Security Company, Plaintiff, herein filed its etiuon in the Distsiet Court of Phillips county Kansas, against them, the object and prayer of which is to foreclose a ;erUin mortgage executed by them to Plaintiffs upon the north half of the northwest quarter and northwest auarter of northeast quarter of section lumber three 3J in towcfhip number me (1) south of Range nH in ner eignieen tioj west, 10 secure tne payment ot a certain promisory note, dated August 3. 181, for the sum of $500, aud due ar.d payable five years after date or when the interest on the same shall become due and unpaid for longer timet nan live days, in which case the whole sum becomes due and collectable. Default has been made in the payment oi the interest on said note and there is now due on said note and aaorigage the sum of $500 and interest on the same trotn August 3, 1831, at 7 per cent per an-, n urn, for which eum with interest from this date -a:nlitt prays for a decree that defendants be required to pay the same and that said premises may be sold to sa.tifv the amount f'nurwl in Yuu are required to aoswer or demur to said petition on or before the 20th nay of October, 1882, or the petition wili be taken as true and judgment rendered barring and foreclosing said aeienaanis iromall right, claim or equity of re deuiption in said premises or any part thereof Dated the 7th day of a eptember, lxS2. .- - G. A. SPAULDING. ? scat,. Clerk of the Diamict Court A E. UAitVEY Attorney forPlaintiff Sep f r WORTH OF SHEET MU3IC FOR 75c. J) I D For seventy-five Ccntd, we will tend JliFFERIE.- MUSICAL JOUKNAL One year, which will contain more than alo.00 worth ot siif.rt MTTsrr: Besides interesting reading matter. Send three 3s stamps for sample cooy, containing $1.35 wort fc 01 sheet mutic. AaufeiS JOHN JEFFiSKlLS &C0., Ottawa, Kansas -. NOTICE. In tie District Court of the 17th Judicial District within an4 for "billipa county, Kansas. Th Niw Enolakd . MoetqAqk) Sscpbitt CoxrxST, i Notfca for r tyt vs- r Publieation. John II Thomas. j To John II Thomas, Defendant, you Wilt take notice that on the 7th day of September, 1882. e England Mortgage Security Company, Plaintiff herein, filed its petition in the District Court of Phillips eonn ty, 'Kansas, apainst you. the object and prayer of which are to foreclose a certain mortgage executed by you to Plaintiff upon the north half of the southwest quarter and southwest qr. of southwest qr. ef Section fire (5J and northwest quarter of northwest quarter of Section number eicht (S) all in tewn ip number one (1) south of Range eighteen (18) west, to secure the payment of a certain prom 13 ory note dated August 13 1SS1, for the sum of SoOO, and due au J payable five years after date, or vfaenerer the interest on the same shall be come due and unpaid fora longer time than fire days, and in that case the whole sum becomes due and collectable. Default has been made in the payment of the i uteri t on said note and there is now due upon said note and mortgage the sum 0500 and interest on the same from August 13th, at 7 per cent per annum for which sum with interest from this date, plain tiff prays for a decree that defendant be required to pay the same aud that said premise may be sold to satisfy the amount found due. You are requested to answer the said petition on or be fore the 26th day of October, 1832, or the petition will be taken as true and judgement barring and foreclosing said defendants from all right, claim or eqiry of redemption in said premises or any part thereof. Dated the 7th day of Sept, 1682 ? Q A SPAULDING. - Jskl.J Clerk f the District Coart. . Vv"-' 14Seo A HARVEY, Attorney for Plaintiff. . Land Office at Kirwin, Kanpa, September 13, 1S32. Notice is hereby civen tha. the following named pettier has filed notice of hia inten tion to make final proof before the Clerk District Court or Probate Judge at Phil lipsburg, Kansas, on October 13, 1882, viz;. JOHN JENNINGS, HE No 16678, 'Jar the jSE qr section 23, township 1 poath. Range 19 wet.- He names the following witnesses to prove hU continuous residenc upon and cultivation of said land, viz: John Wheeler, Frank S Wheeler and Peter Basquin, of Lewisburs: Neb , J F Goode, of Goode Kan. T M HELM, Register. Wm BisBell, atty. Land Office at Kirwin, Kansas. September 12, 1832, J Notice ib hereby given that the follow ing earned settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of hia claim and that said proof will be made before the Clerk of the District Court or Probate Judge, viz : DAVID ALEXANDER, DS. No. 18902, lor the NW qr of section 1 , town 1 pouth. range 18 west. He names the following witnesses to prove his con tinuous residence upon and cultivation of, said land, viz J. A. Caswell, of Myrtle, Kansas, K. W. Foot, of " " Wm. Starr, Republican City. Nebraska. A. Rolstom, " " eep 14 T. M, HELM Regis! er. SHERIFF'S SALE, STATE OF KANSAS ? Case No 35. Phillips County. ( SS In the District Court of Phillips County Stale ot Itansas Geo. W. Voung, Pltf, vs. Frank Fin ley. Def. Public notice la hereby given that under and by virtue ol the judgment rendered in the above entitled action in Justice Court and transcript of said judgment filed in said District Court and of an execution issued on said judgment 'o me directed and delivered 1 will, on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18S2, between the hours of 1 and 2 o'clock, p. m,. of said day, at the front door of the Court Iloupe, in Phillipsburg. in the County of Phillips, State of Kansas, offer at Public Sale ard sell to tne highest bidder for cash in band the following described real prop erty, namely : Lot No eitht 8 in block seven 7 Ranee five 5 m the city of Phillipsbure. County of Phillips, State of Kansas. Said property has been levied upon and is to be sold as the properly of the above named detent ant. Dated this 2-d day of August. A. D.. 1882 J. B. WOODS. Sherifi Phillips County , ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTCIE. THE STATE OF KANSAS, ( Phillips County. J 83. In the Probate Court in and tor said Cnnntv. In the matter of the Estate of i Olivkh S, Drake, Deceased. J Notice is hereby civen that letters of Admin istration have been granted to the undersigned on the estate of Oliver S. Drake, late of said county, deceased, who died in JennUun, Mich., oy tne Honorable, tne irooate Uouft of the County and State aforesaid, dated the 1st day of Auirust, A. D. 1882. Now. all nsrsona havinsr claims against the estate, are hereby notified th itubey must present the same to the under signed for allowance within one year from the date of said fetters, or they may be precluded from any benefit of such estate: and that if suc claims be not exhibited within three y ears alter the date of said letters, they shall be forever bar red. FRANK FINLEY, Administrator, of the EttaU of Oliveb S. Dbakk, Deceased. Auen8t2d.l&82. S. W. McKleot Attorney. ADMINISTRATOR NOTICE. THE STATE OF KANSAS. I Phillips County. I ss. In the Probate Court in and for said County : In he matter of the Estate of t Wm. 11. Tedrow, Deceased. ) Notice is hereby given that letters of Admin istration have been granted to the underrisned on the Estate of Wm. 11. Tedrow, late of said County, deceased, by the Honorable, the Pro, bate Court of the County aud State aforesaid, dated the 6th day of September, A. D.. 1S82. inow, an persons having claims against tne saia Estate, are hereby noiidel that they must present, the same to the undersigned for al ow ance within one year from the date of said Let ters, or they may be precluded from any benefit of such est at? ; and that if such claims be not exhibited Within three vnan after the date of said letters, they shall be forever barred. J. b. Tedrow, Administrator of the Estate of Wm. II. Tedkow, Sept. 6th, 1882.. Deceased. h. DAVIS, Attorney. sep-7 KOTICE. U. S. Land Office Kirwin Kansas, .n-a Aug. 15, 1832. 49c3 Complaint having been entered at this office by J M Rutabauxb. against C B Winfrey, for abandoning his Homestead Entry No 9429. dated .February ,17th, lBii), upon tne nw qr 11 w qr 27 and n hf ne or se'qr ne or sect ton 2. town 2 south, range 17, in Phillips county, Kansas, with a view to the cancellation of said entry ; the said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office on the 16th day oi" October, 18&2, at 'J o'clock a. va.. to respond and furnish testi mony concerning said alledged abandonment T M HELM, Register-eep-7 . R R HAYS, Receiver. SW McEi-sot, attorney. NOTICE. U. S. Land Office, Kirwin, Kan., J July 25' b, 1882. f N49?7 Complaint having been entered at tbi nfBce by Carrie Wandell' against Cecil M. Johnson for abrdonioff her Homestead Entry No 11724, dated June 30th, 1H79, uoon th w hf sir qr 3, and a hf se qr sec tion 4. town 2 south, rane 20 west, in Phillips County, Kansas, with a view to the cancellation of said -entry; the aid parties are hereby summoned to appear at this office on the 24th day of October, 1882, at 9 o'clock a. in , to respond and fnrnixh testimony concerning said alleged abandonment, eep-14 T. M. H ELM, Register. R, R. HAYS, Receiver. Land Office at Kirwin, Kansas. I September 5, 1882. 1 4927 Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has file-i notice of his intention to make final proof is sun Burt of bis claim, and that iaid proof will ne made before the Probate Judge or Clerk of the District Court .at Phillips burg, nant-as, on Uct.b. viu J II EVANS. D3 7229, for the swot neqr noqr nwqr and shf nwqr nection 27, town 2. rane 17. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz Frank tehoemaker, ot Phiiltpeburg. Kansas. CbasKuott " " KKinbon . ; " Osborn Cooly ' T M HELM Register. : Wm t'w-tU, attorney- ept7 UrS. Land Office, Kirwin. Kansas. Aug. SIst, 1882. J TSotioe is hereby giveti that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention 'o make final proof in support of his claim. nd that said proof will be made before the "Reg ister or Receiver' at Kirwin,-Kansas, cn Sep tember J S0th,lSS2. vis.' J. Q. CHESTEIt. , D. S-No. 1KSS0 for thee hf ne qr sea S3 and nbfnwqr see S4, town 4, range IS. He n.iines the fallowing witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of said land, vi : P J misload. of Martin, Kanas. W m Hnbbel " " J W Kldd ' " Allen Enyart " " a ?l T. M. HELM, Resist US Land Office, Kirwin, Kansaj, September 13, 1882, 4.V51 ..2fotice is - hereby given that the 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 the Register or Receiver at Kirwin, Kansas, cm Oct. 21itt 1832, via: . LAFAYETTE NAY, DS No 18S40 for the wq seition 9, toTiiMiii 4, south, range IS west lie names the fallow ing witness to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Join Chester, Irvm Rutley, R Stewmd and J W Kida all of Marvin, 1-Cansas. 6eP21 TM HELM, Register. Laxo Ofxici as Ktawitr KaK!as, J Aug. 31st, 1882. J Knliiw IokiIit' riran that A.?f.x. : 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 Clark of the District Onnrt rr Prnkata .T.lv. PV,;i. ipsburg, Kaneas, on October 2d. 18S2, via : JACOB J. RUTHERFORD, HE No.1677 for the sw qr see 3 town 5 range his continaoos residence unon. and iiltivM.t;,-, of said ltnd, vis : J, W. Edward?, of Phillipsburg. Kansas. J.J. Clark, of " " Erank Hickman, John Lake, of " r , T. M. HELM. Register. Win. Bissklj.. Attorney. . aug-3l. jfoncE.- U S Land. Office, Kirwin, Kansas. I September 12, 1882. J 499? Complaint having btrn cnteied at thia Office by Rartholomew Ruby against James Proctor . fr abandoning his Homestead Entry No 8631, dated Noy. 18th, 1878. upon the whf swqr section 27, and whf nwqr section 34, township 2 south, rango 19 wet, in Pihllips county, Kaiisas, with a view to the cancellation of said entry; the s:u parties are hereby snmmoued lo appear at this Office on the SOth day of October, 1882, at 9 o'clock a. m , to respond and furnish testimony concerning said alleged abandon-men-. T U HELM, Register. R R HAYS, Receiver. Geo AV Stinson, attorney, eep!4 Land Office at Kirwm, Kansas, . September 12th, 1882 4S57 Notice is hereby given that the following nnn-, r H collier haa filed notice of hia inlf n- limi in milra final rvrnn f in filinnnrl rtf Ilia claim, and that said proof will be m:de Lo- r .1. t--.i- o trt lore tuu eKi"er ur jvetfiver ui jvu 1111, Kansas, on October 14th, 1832, viz; JOHN H. D KINO, DS No 11309. for the ne qr 17, town 4 south, ranee IS west. He naines the foll owing witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation 01 said laml. John Duncan, Lee Fcrivener and Henry Unncan, 01 jMarvin, Kansas, ana jaceson Taylor, of Phillipsburg, Rant-as. T. M. HELM. Reaister. C E MO NELL, AUorney sep-14. NOTICE. U S Land Office, Kirwin, Kansas, ) No September 4, 18tf2- f 491 Complaint having: been, entered at this Office by Marco D Stone against Fred H Bunker for abandoning his IlonifB'ead Entry No 13986, dated February 5, 1830, upon the shf rwqr and nhf swqr section 18, township 1 eouth, range 17 west, in r'hUliwa county, Kansas, with a view to the can cellation of aid entry; said parties are hereby summoned to appear at this Oic on the 25th day of November, 188.2, at 9 o'clock a. m., to respond and furnish teBti mny concerning said alleged abandonment. T M HELM, Register. R R HAYS. Receiver. C A Lewis, attorney. eepl4 E F CARPENTER. :0: Blacksmith I Wagon Shop First building west of biLIard hall. Plow Repairing, Horse Shoeing, AND Y And all kinds of Blacksmith and - o TV J G OjY W O R K JEST Promptly Attended o,-a AMD At prices to suit the timers. YOU TRAVEL- ALWAYS TjlKK TOR B. &, M. R. R. R Examine map and time tables enrefully. It Will be seen that this line connects with C. B. 3c Q. It. It.: fa fact they are under oi management, and taken togeth er form what is called tha Burlington Route Shortest and Quickest Line to Chicago, St. Louis, Peoria, Destines, Rock Island, Aud Eapociallj to all Po:nts IOWA. WTslm'SlN INDIANA ILLINOIS, MICHIGAN, OHIO. fRIXCIP AL ADVAKTAGF.3 4B Through Coaches from Nebraska to destination on C-B. & Q. B. R. No transfers ; changes from C. B. fe Q. B. R. to connect ing lines all made iu Union Depots. ThrouehJiGkets Lowest Pates CA! BE HAD Upon application at any station on the road. AfenU are also prepare! tu check burgage through ; give all information as to rates, route, time, connection?, etc., and to secure elteping car accommo'iatiuHS. . ' - - Thia Ccmrzn7 la engaged on an extension which will open a Ml LINE TO DENVER ana alt pnims iu Colorado. rii;. e&ieiifiou wiit be eo'upletu.i and ready for business iu a few mouths, anrl the public tD then enjoy all the advantage of a through Hue between Denver and Chicai. all under o., management. -P. S. EU3T13. 'jeu'l T'k't Asst., ' GaAIiA. KliB'