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h H u- ft H jri SPKAK 'i'O TIIKM TIIVT 'X'HKY GO FORWAKD. VOL. VI NO 41 PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21. 1SS4, 8150 IN ADVANCE. Piiillipsburg Herald. ITBLISilED EY TElRSDiY, KV BISSELL & LIGKTF00T EDITORS. Phi n f r t f J . J . .M . Mutcber, Kc:. ei- v. A. F. and A. M. PhiUil)U Loajtu i: it in t.t-r ls-l. meet every Fiiturt;iv ,u or i.dui e r:ie lall nnx.n. vi.-uuni Lrptl.rfii r iiilly in ite-l t ntteml. 1". X. M. luichtr,.-v .y. '. ri. LtiviK, . ii. K.ofP. Ore-cut Ldpr" r.ui.0.-r IJ. ii-c-t i-ycy Mon day fvrniiiK. Vi.-iiu-i: lrHirc-ii c..rl' 1 1 y '"'; d to itleud. 1av IU .MaSUKI: J. Juckflt.u, K of K nn i S. G A- R. PM'lii.siurif I'o.-r iniiiitier . mei cpts S'Hurd.iy ! after lull moon, Yi.-iuuB ciurnl-s !'7V' ' welf.tue. Fli;k JliniN. 1 ( "VV- W . Amlf rsin. Adj. ; Church Dtrectori'. j 11. K.O nr.h-Kov, H- A!!n. "very nUtr- rate .atbMh at 11 o'clock A M ami . o cIik-k P.M. couiuiencinsf May t;;u 1-. I'rei-byteriHu lie v. Thco i:r:u-ken cvry s:ih Latj uioruioK at 11 o'clock. AUeri.nte ccnn.K ai S. Vnion SAbi)th tJeliool Kvery SnbUiU nr IT) 'oelock H.. Hi. : , , l'r-byteri;ui Sab h School- U t-i .-Lurch every ftuncuy at 1":" i L'r.i-.n frayer -Mectiutf hvery evening. TLurJay OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. 3kmiI. (iovt-rnor D- Fiinuv. K...Mvii,rv of State- h.mt's Santli. Aul'tr)r Trt-a.su rer ):. p. Mct'ubc. am. T. Howe- ISuM. l'uh. Inslriirtioii .11. V. Sneer. Att rucv ( i t'lieml V. A. Johnston. Public Printer... T. Dwiirlit lhuttiicr I J. J. lUK:tbs V, S. Senator ( i liu:nb J?H LI r. IP G O XT fJ "!T . District .Iml.c... Stati SciiHtoi" Ji-iirv--ntativc... a i. l)i-t. Court.. V. H. Pratt- Ceo. H. Case. V. H Mc-KriUe .(4. J;au! lillU .untv Clerk i.ow c. Itc'r oi heed Kitni-r Smith. TrMiivr I. L. Smith. hr:i:f 'ohM "-!- tS'U't Pub. I n?it met iou...C. A. l.'vis. lrob':te .hr.lire 11 C. Sp.suhun. Cuuiuv Surveyor V. li. su.fr. 'oiuitv Attoiinv S. MeKlro.y. " t ft r W lt hisl.. ..11. Jiuimw:. ,o:nmis'is - 'M hi-'.,. (:d hist,. No nt. Poor Pari! i J. II. r. ...i lii.-hop. .Dixon. i:. District Court sits the fourth Mon day in .'dan ii and lovnlh Mont'.av in iilciaLcr in regular se--ioii. Coiuniis-itnu-rs Court sits the first iMon.iav in January, lh' second M' tlay in Ai-ril, the first Monday m July and the tii-c Monday ij October, its Tegular M-itiis. PI-IILLIP3BUHG-. flavor A- Lewi.-. J'oliee Jiuhre Prank Strain. COfM 1I..MKN : J W. Lowe, S. C. Cummin.!.-, Cha. hirkey, N. Poling ami C. 11. Letrm-well. Clerk Treasurer Citv Marhal.... C. V. Snod-rrass. Voumr. . l)t-l.ii. n. p BUSINESS CARDS- C. Bruner. OTiin. - Sliop. HooGuir, Sheeting and liepairiniT peuuiptly und ueatly d-jne. S- C. CUMMINGS. Livery, Feed & Sale Stable- Good rigs at reasonable rates. Wm. Bissell-Real-Estate & Loan Agent- Business b-to the U. fe. Land Of fice at Kirwin, reaius, and be lore the Department at Washington, l. U., !rornni'y transacted. Central E. ALBAUCH House- Proprietor. PHILLIPS3UG. Oood sautle rotin for coiiiiu t-rti.il travelers. Peed table iu connection with house. McELR0Y & MCKSY. ATTORNEYS & COUNSEL ORS AT LAW. PH1LLIPSBURC. - KANSAS Furnish abstracts of itie, make col knjnA.,q i.o. o.f. 11 l-r? Htt 11 tf A fcr;-.J I r!.M-i.riiiir (J. V. o Successors to X. outh side Public Siuarc, Mrst pini.i.ip.-iiURc;, Drv Goods, (Ju ecus ware and Glassware. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID IT sir T ft .4 3 Do vou want to buy a fcirni? Do vou want to sell your farm? If so, call on n Li kits Ur a Republican City, Wlio h.-ive over 0 (I and Kunsa.s, for saio at i'ro'ii $4 to iit r :?Ci. :'U to SlH) aeiea. Well tiini;ered aiid W'sitered, V T tro'.ible ty show lands. Investments made an! T 7" J - d- i W Wvl W Fair BELDSMG'S 'SUPER:aa'PURETK3IA0 KNITTING Is rsaily CbETr than any other for KNITTXNCJ. CROClXi-TIA' a and EMB.KOnEi.Y 2ECAUSS of it3 UNEFOH2I LUSTRE; BECAUSE it RETAINS its BEAUX' EliCAUSE IT WEARS WELL, And keeps Fresri and Brilliant to the Last. Aon;l uliow ehopkaepera to impose npcayou by eU lKouothor bak.repi-esentiUK tilatit la"justaa (rood ad eldixig-'." lime, luitiem o and mocer aro Cavuwa Hway i( yoa buy an interior Knicf ion Siii. iilaiog'a Sitkooets but little moreibsf otnur ninkea anU Us beauty und wearini;q utilities a: e far superior, f "1 13 1 RCCXV8LLE, COWH, iti 1 "I MONTREAL. CKAflA, , - -T. ( WORTHAMP7CM, Mass. facrv.i ttn csnu in Etampsfor Self-Instructor in tuik. Jdiittiut?,Croehiunr Knd FTct-roidcrj' BROWHIKG&COnE.St.Lcais.K P For Sa;e tjy Dealers Evsryvjher. THE ONLY TRUE mm FACTS KECARwINS r?. Hl::'s Ira I; ft4 Tt will purify a.ud enrich the BLOOD, recnjlate Ihe LIVER aud KIDNEYS, ai. a Kt.-roitic tui HKALTH mdVlQOKcf yOUTHI In ail those fliesei re.juirinp a certain and ertii-ieiit 1 ON If, especially iJyi-pepsia.. Wan t of Apjielile.lnuiees ion, LacK of feU-eutttii, etc.. lis use i maikeU wuli iiuiue'ilate and onJri'ul results. Uoues. nnnck-j and nerves reoeive new force. Enlitna u iuiii aua Ural" t ower. LADJES nueir"'! Da.HA.F.x..:H'3 iiioir aoisic a n-,i!r cure, tl f-'l -e a l,-rtr ni-.rl lita.l: v Itxit ii. Tu .-,i.i;st t.-ptimoiiv m ii.c auc t iM:. J.I couuterf.-ni,.-!:,-,. or.lv j l-it l,, t, , or.uiar. irv .,r tue u.-uinai. if v.u fumcnii uefir'e i.t-aifi5 s.imrt,!ire t.Tb9Pr. .ryPVn I SH. HVTTR-S IT7N TONIfi IS CB SALE tir ALL rffiilK - - til v A POLING 1 1 door wt-st Centra House KANSAS Notions, Groceries, FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE. E'A a? s?i , U $ i h M Nebraska, nniinj'iroved fiinns in Phillips C'ouuty, Several ro" Cattle laiK-lies of u::ii. Cad :itid .s 0 us: io d reuts iruarunteed. 40 2ia zrilj-IToItsi hc-H 7 O 5 v -' w CSV v - v -'-r -r-'. - p i THE vii1-- GREAT BLOOD PURIGTHENING j Liver Complaint., Kidney Eiaeases, I Biiiouanesd, Sick Head.ac.ae, Jaundice, Sour fatoiaach. aiia .Dyspepsia promptly ralieved by its use. Blood Koot, May Applo, Dandelion, Juniper Berritrs, Klder Flowers, ripsisewaand iiiaek Hoot eater into iis composition. It is a filost De'5ciou3 Cordial. B n;mr xiVX And in IDr. Jackson's Si-4LilLliJ Cordial ttie grandest. r-m- eds' in the world for all complaints peculiar to their sex. It will PURIFY and EKEJ-Cii tba 131r strensrUien the sybteia and pro motsefiuadslesp. Frice liOcts. aadSl.O; ptr Lottie. .Sold by all Drus-s-ists end Dealers in medi- c Ciiiia. 1-OlUUSiirotncrs lriig CO., I tyole I'roprietors. tot. Louis, Mo. "Land OlTice at Kirwin, Kansas. 7G74 Aug. o, lSf-L Notice is hereby given that the follow-ing-nsmed settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Clerk District Court or Probate Jt:de at PhiHipsburg:, Katdas, on Sect. 19th. IS4. viz. Peter P.odand. IH 7744 for the ne or see-2 1-1-17. 1?a iiimw the followino- w"-tr. to 1 , . .. " . , t pro e u:s coRiinuous leuicnee upon, 1 nul luiumnu.i w, 'i'U i.xi.u, Mii .louu i WiNon, John rrazer, Robert Potts and i Kbzabetli fcuiith, all of UppuDlican dry, Yt'iiliam Bissell, att'v. Refristtr. iiiliipsburg Herald. AUGUST -21. A Grand Offer. To those v.'ho will pay up their sub scription to the II Kit AL.D to date and one year iu advance, we will send as a premium the American Farmer for one year. The American Farmer is a sixteen page paper, devoted t the in terests of Ay riculture and stock rais ing, and is chuck lull of good reading matter. Itemember we send it and the Hekald both for one year lor the price of one. This ofl't-r is good for only 00 day, so you should avail yourself of this opportunity. Eugene John , Kirwin, is sole agent in Philiips county for the celebrated fepoon er Patent collar, lie also has a full ilne oi SADDLES, BU1DLES, HALTERS, WHIPS, SPURS, PLY-NETS , and makes a SPECIALTY of HAND MADE HARNESS. (iive him a call beiote buying elsewhere. tf Prices more eioquent than words; Round Nickle clocks, 1 GO; Alarm SI 0; Egg beaters, 10 cts. ; Table, spoons, 17) cts.; Teas, 10 cts, per set; large zinc oilers, 10 cts.; 10 quart milk pails, -Jo cts. ; 14 qt, 37) ; 4 qt, 10; 10 qt din pans, 25 cts. , 12 qt, o.j ; 2 qt dip per, 10 cts.: 1 qt, 7): 4 qt coffee pot, 27 cts., good strainers, 15 cts., 0 quart milk pans, 10 cts. , 18 qt, 15 cts. Ev ery thin in stock at corresponding pi ces. A. Troup, Jr., Marvin, Kan. STOP THAT TEAMf Don't you see your harness are break ing? Call at Page's Harness Shop and get them repaired, or leave order for a new one. Repairing done promptly and neatly. tf South Side of Square. u i Uu kMw. THAT Loriiord's Climax Plu: Tobacco with Red Tin Tag; Jtos& 3Lca.f Fine cut chewing: Uavy eliP" pliag3. "1K1 black, brown and yellow SnuSs ure lle bet and cheaest, qualit- cousidert-d ! Chas. Dickey, FurniiutE & Uiulertakin East Side Public Square PHILLIP33URG KANSAS. A complete line of lXn.It'vJLrO TJ"2Lc5-erta.3s:exs Goods always on hand. GIVE US A CALL. vol 40. hew ! It having been clearly demonstrated that fruit of all kiuds can be rn.wn succ-HssfuSly in PHILLIPS COUNTY, we suppose vou - will have no hesttatiou in giving orders for fall, to sunie relia ble Western uur-evy. For TWO SUCC E?SIVE SEA SONS the WASHiNGTOr. CO. NURSERY ! Has made deliveries of stock at Kirwin, Phillipsbur. Stockton and other points in the Northwest. And nniike others who have been in our n.id-t, is- not n.-han,ed to ask f-r a cotitthuanec of your r-reticus very lib eral patr i n ago. We CAN and WILL stU as thi-ap as any other nursery in the Wf-t. Send orders to 1. T. Paiaier, Gen'l.Ag't., Kirwin, Kansas. AJrTrlee list furnuceJ on application. tf Phi LIVERY, FEED Anl SALE STABLE Li. W. Betiiards, Prop'r, Logan, - - Kansas. Passengers carried to all parts of the country at reasonable rates. Horses kept by the week- Care of transient stock a specialty. Best rigs in the city furnished at low rates. 33 GHEAP GASil STORE OF James Woods, HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES, DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES "Will pay the Highest Market Price for all kinds of Produce and you can get your goods at cash pkices. Re member, o.u prick only. JXorili Side Public Square. Tliero Is A Tide In the affairs of men, which, taken at the flood," and followed on until you reach the HARDWARE STORE and LUMBER YARD of Republican City, - Nebraska, will prove the nucleus of an immense fortune, because of the amount saved by buying your Lumber, Hardware Barb Wire, &c. of him. The most complete stock and the lowT- est prices to be had in the west. Call at headquarters, or write for prices on anything, you want. E F CARPENTER- acksmith 1 Wagon Shop PlowT Repairing, Horse Shoeing, - and All kinds of Blacksmith and W A G O N IF 0 R K tx3 Promptly Attended j!o,"u52 AND At prices to suit the times. The Llissonri Pacific IL'y. Offers unsurpassed advantages to the traveling public in the shape of fa-t time, elegant equipment and superior accomodation?. This great system, embracing C,O20 miles of road, runs its trams into the Union Depots of St. Louis , Kansas Ci v, Hannibal, Atchis on, Omaha, Parsons, Denver, Ft. orth, Mineol-a, Taylor, San Antonio, Galveston, New Orleans and all others of the principal cities of Missouri, Kan sas, Nebraska, Loui-iana and Texas. Their coaches and baggage cars are of the latest and finest make, and luxuri ous Pullman Palace Sleeping and Hotel Cars are attached to all throvgh trains. The novel Buffet Parlor and Sleeping Cars are run on ail day trains, and re clining chair cars on night trains, be tween St. Loui3, Kansas City, Atchison and St. Joseph. Pullman Palace Sleep ing Cars on night trains between Kan sas City and Omaha. The rates via this line are always as low as any other line, and direct connti ions are" made with express trains of other lines at junction joints. II. C. TOWNSEXD. L. A. EMERSON, Gen'l Pass'r Agt. Gen'l Western Pass'r Agt. St. Louis, Atchison , Kans . lo. Ponies! PoniesJ Ponies! Seventy-fne head of ponies for sale, now in Piiillipsburg, and will sell for cash or will trade for cattle or will ell on time with approved security. Will hold them here for about ten days. Ccine soon and secure choice. Ik wix McDowell. Advent Camp Meeting. The adveatist of northwest Kansas will hold their district camp meeting near Phillipsburg on the county farm They have a large tent which will be put up on the 2i'd, and meeting will commence on the 21st of Aug and last over second Sunday . Every'one invit ed to. attend. STOIEIJ !! stolen from my ollice, in the District Clerk's office, between the Gtn and thft lUh day of August, 1884, Civil Docket No. 3, and the papers in 27 cases therein- I will pay S50 reward for return of the same , and for the detection and conviction of the thief, E. B . Joiinsox, J. P. Phillipsburg, Kan&. i i Arrival and Departure of Malis, ; Mail east and west via. C. B. Mo. Pacific R. It., arrives, 4 a m, leave 7 i m, daily. Alma and Phillipsburg Arrives 12 m, Mondays. Wednesdays and Fri days; leaves 1 pirn Long Island and Phillipsburg Ar rives 1 m. and leaves 1 p. m., on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Nance and Phillipsburg Arrives 4 J), m., Tue-days and Fridays : leaves S a. m., "Wednesdays and Saturdays. Wagnersville and Phillipsburg Ar rives lip. m. and leaves 8 p. m. on Tuesdays Saturdays. Post-Office- Hours Opens 8 a m, closes at 8 p m. Sundays opens !) a m, and closes 7 p in, closes 10 a in iuid7.od p m. Money order business closes at 0 p m. No money order or register etter business transacted Sunday. II. C. iSi'AULDixa, P.M. PHILLIPS COUNTY REPUBLICAN CONVENTION- A Republican Count' Convention will be held at Phillipsburg Kansas on Satuiday, Sept lo, 1884, at 11 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of electing candi dates tor the various county otlices to he elected at the November election, 1884, as follows : One Representative, one Clerk of the District Court; one Superintendent of Public Instruction, one County Attorney, and one Probate Judge. The basis of representation in he a-v rai town .-hips is one delegate for each township and one delegate for each 20 votes, ot fraction of one half or over, cist for James Smith for Secretary of State in 1882. The several townships will be entitled to representation as fol lows : Arcade Belmont Ctys tal Deer Creek... Glenwood Greenwood... Lojran .Bow ('reek. .Beaver . 1 )ay ton .Freedom .(iranite .Kirwin ..1 2 A.'. .7 .Phillipsbur; Mound 2 Plum. Plainview 2 Long I-laud 3 Praii ieview 2 Rushville 2 Solomon 4 Stunner 2 Towanda 2 Valley 2 Walnut 2. It is recomended that th townships hold their primaries on Satuiday Sept. Cth. 1884. G. W. Wood, Chairman, N. B. McCormick, secretary. Announcements. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for re-election to the -jllico of Clerk of the District Court, subject to the de cision of the Republican Convantion to be held at Phillipsburg, September 13, 1884 . G. A. Spauldiho. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for County Attorney of Phillips County, subject to the action of the Re publican County Convention, A. P. McElroy. I announce myself as a candidate for the office of Clerk of the Di-.trict Court of Phillips county, subject to the action of the Republican County Convention, to be held at Phillipsburg, Sept. 13, '84- Fkanu Stuain. As the country grows old the citizen is more liable to contract diseases, and without a quick remedy they become chro ic. E-pecially the political dis ease, and the only sure remedy is about one thousand drops of elective oil, to K rn on the 4th dav of November next. It will bust the di-ea-e. I am j willing to go through the EepuDh'ean i Convention' fcr tho ofilce of Probata I Judge, and be healed. ! Ch as. Dickey. Ed. Herald please anounce that James H. Young, of Deer Creek town shin, is a candidate for Superintendent of Schools, of Phillips conuty, Kansas, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention . I hereby announce myself as a candi- niua'c- ior me u.nw -" i -".,.., "-fe- subject to the action of the Republican. County Convention of September 13, lfc-84. A. II. SlIAPI.KY. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for thu office t.f C'ii:ity Attorney of Phillips .-ouuty, Mibjecc to the action of the Phi'iips county Republican con vention Geo, W. Sxixso.n.