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Phillipsburg herald. [volume] (Phillipsburg, Kan.) 1882-1905, May 01, 1886, SUPPLEMENT, Image 11

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Commissioner's Proceedings
Continued.
DISTRICT COCET FKES.
E B Johnson attending court $10 00
sarue sum's'on W D Covington 6 00
Jury.
J Pollard $ 4 00 Geo R Chism $28 40
J K Gla-gow G 40 A Spaulding 24 00
C Kirk C 00 J Nipps 10 00
J Donaldson 13 20 M P VanAllen 23 00
11 Miller 31 20 W 11 11 Gray 25 20
M V Bovd 28 IH) A Pukings 30 SO
31 20 W'm (iDJM o 00
lti 00 J Peugh olJ 20
J Guus .35 00
J H Griffee 3o tso
J J Ward same
John Chester same
Jehu Fallon sauuj
40 00
30 0O
30 00
IIOAD NOTICI
MISCELLANEOUS.
table in
STATE OF eANSAS,
County of Phillips.
Office of county Clerk April 20,
1883.
Ceo Fowler
K A Rhodes
J Lynch
(J Crauiner
Geo W'ilhas
.1 Hopper
Enoch liuy
S N Briai.t
Wiu booz
F A Dixson
3C 00
34 00
37 00
33 co
34 oo
30 20
C 00
2 00
S Y Gellisuie ti 00
John Sage 6 00
H'm Edwards 6 00
D Kirk o 00
L A Champlm 23 00
Kitner Smith 0 CO
Moses Grittin 4 00 L A Apphngton2H K)
State of Kansas vs Henry Phillips.
J M Sallee clerk district court $ 7 30
J U Woods shriff fees 3 90
W C Calhoun witness lees 1 50
James Murphy same 3 10
Geo L'iekemoie same 3 10
C Hickenlooper same 1 50
Stale vs Frank Sims.
M W Emery J P lees 7 15
James 1'aisnall constable 25 'JO
State vs J S Whitney .
S J Hartman sheriff fees j p costs 73 20
District Court.
J M Sallee clork district court ti 70
E B Johnsou deputy sheriff 12 15
B C Bovy
sanie
Witnesses .
A S Fulsom So 50 J B Mc Donald
S Mernneld 4 70 W Van Winkle
E Daniels 4 50 W T Branch
State vs W F Woodward.
J M Sallee district clerk
J Ji Woods sheriff
C M McGuire sheriff
Cliaiies Dickey witness
C Hickenlooper witness
Siale ys D O tainbrouk .
J M Sallee clerk district court
State vs louU tuber,
j S Friaut j p fees
E M Baker constable fees
Witnesses
K McPherson 50 F McPhersou
A M Baker bO B Buiup
J Hoggins 50 F Viueent
j Keudiew 50 A iurgusoa
j Dillmon 1 50 D J Mulvyhill
j Y Ferguson 50 C Young
' M We-.o Jit
State vs Germain.
Er Daniels j p fees
J A Grillis constable fees
S D Edward constable lees
S J Hartman deuuty she itf
j B Wood sheriff
State vs Bhodes Si Gilsou .
Z T Waldron witness
Henry Vincent wivuess
Cor's Inquest o-i bodj of S. I!:cfc:ibaiigb.
W H Vincent constable 3 10
C E S rong il ti" .1 C Hess I jju
L A 'opeland 1 CO I Taylor ) CO
A A WiliUms I CO j T Gabb.ii t 1 CO
ON All'OLN 1 111 K.IAIIS.
W I Stuberc surveyor 22 0
same 14 0
V li Viint-nt ro.ol viewer i 0
J w Kidd a one 4 oo
J O N t-il same C no
D v "Wveiis cluiiiiioiii) 1 .",0
David Lee mad damage-; 25 00
for A J Brown same 25 oo
5 10
4 70
4 50
7 15
5 75
2 75
2 00
2 00
4 44
b (Al
1 25
50
lJ0
50
.50
50
60
50
4 00
3 50
C 20
C 35
.4 20
10 o0
10 20
D S Mitchell repair! u
court housse I
C Dickey drawing jury 2 00
C Hickenlooper same 2 00
Wiu Dickey repairing furniture 3 10
J P Haskell coal for wui Salsbury 1 SO
JMUray witness cribs insane
ease 4 70
Carpenter & coweu work on
court house 2 00
J li Woods board and attendance
or Rutherford 3 82
J K Hiatl work on court house 2 00
J B Winkler examining county
Treasurer's books C 00
H c Spaulding same 0O0
E Hill work on court house yard 3 00
M J McPherson washing for
prisoner 7 00
It R Hays abstract of lands 33 10
On motion Board adjourned sine die.
State of Kansas, 1
Phillips county j
I, S. J. Hartman, County cleik of
the county and State aforesaid, do
hereby certify that the above and fore
foiu is a correct report of the Com
missioners meeting hail at the regular
session in April 1&.-SC.
Witness my hand and seal of office
. this 19lh day of April lSbO.
V S. J. HARTMAN.
county clerk.
ROAD NOTICE.
rxatk ok Kansas, )
County of Phillips. j
Oftice of Co. Clerk, April 20. 18.
Notice id hereby given, thi.t on the
13th day ol April, l.Ssu. a petition
signed by Peter Hansen aud 22 oth
ers, was presented to the board of
county commissioners of the county
and Mate aforesaid prayinjr for the
opening of a certain road, described
as follows, viz: Commencing at the
south end of Douglas street original
towiisite of Logan, Phillids county
Kansas, thence south to the top of the
bank on ilie north side of tlie Solo
mon River, thence south and east on
the most practicable line to the line
running north and south i mile cast
of the west line of section 34. town 4,
range 20, thence south on waid line
about A mile to the line running east
and went J mi-e south of the north
line of section 3, town 5, range 10,
thence west on said line to the section
line running north and south on the
west line ot sectiou 3. town 5. range
20. Whereupon said board of coun
ty commissioners appointed the fol
lowing named persons, viz: Henry
Ferre't, Thomas Dyeand J. T. Shultz
as viewers, with instructions to meet,
in conjunction with the county sur
veyor at the beginning of said road
in "Logan township on Tuesday the
1st day of June A. L. lvSO. end pro
ceed to view said road and to give all
pirtiesn hearing. By order of the
Board of county Commissioners.
S. J. H A lti man. County Clerk.
Notice is hereby given that on the
loth day of ApriJ lhbtj, a petition
signed by Joseph Reed and 27 others
Was presented to the board of comity
commissiouers of the county and
state aforesaid praying for the open
ing of a certain road described as fol
lows, viz: Beginning at the se corner
of the se quarter of sectiou 23 iu town
ship 2 south, range 17 w. Running
thence southerly ou section line or as
near as practicable thereto, terminat
ing at the se corner of thetse'quarter of
section 23 in township 3 south, range
17 west. Whereupon said board of
county commissioners appointed the
follow ing named persons, viz: Philip
Sinedley, John Strain and 11. II. Love
as viewers with instructions to meet
in conjunction with the county Sur
veyor at the beginning of said road iu
Arcade township on Tuesday he Sth
day of June A. 1. 1H0, and proceed
to view said road and give to all jiartiea
a hearing. By order of the
Board of county Commissioners.
S J. Hartman, county clerk.
ItOAD XOTICE.
Statk of Kansas,
County of Phillips, J
Office of county Clerk Apr. 20, 1883.
Notice is hereby given that on the
13th day of April 18.;, a petition sign
ed. by W. H. Turner and 14 others,
was presented to the hoard of county
comir issioiiers of the county and state
aforesaid praying for the opening of a
certain road, desbribej as tollows,
viz: Beginning at the sw corner of
the sw quarter of section 4 in town
ship 2 south of range 10 west. Run
ning thence northerly on section line
or as near as practicable, terminating
near the se corner of the se quarter
of section 20 in townshsp 1 s range 19
west. Whereupon said board of coun
ty commissioners appointed the fol
lowing named persons, viz: Loll Bar
rett, Jas. Good and W. A. Beviils as
viewers with instructions to meet in
conjunction with the county surveyor
at the begin ing of said road in Long
Island tow nship on Tuesday the 25Ui
day of May, A. D. 1880, and proceed to
view said road aud give all parties a
hearing. By order of the
Board of county Commissioners.
S J. H.aKTM X.N conntv clerk.
President Cleveland may well gain a
htl'e experience from his distinguished
patron Sam'l J, Tilden. The latter
had bis little romance in youth but
survived it and got rich. The course
of true love sometimes runs into bar
rels. Ex.
What is known as a Greenland
reindeer." a very rare animal was kill
ed near Helena, Montana, recently.
Progress of trie Statue of Liberty.
The pedestal for Bartholdi's statue
has now been completed. The last
piece of stone has been put in place,
and the last of the large iron girders
to which the statue will be fastened is
ready for duty When completed the
statue will look even grander at night
than in the day time, as Its eleetric
illumination will give the figure
greater prominence. It is proprosed
to place four lights at the base of the
;itue, one at each corner of the pedes
tal, and a powerful shaft light on the
torch, so arranged that the beams
will shoot high into the heavens.
The lights at the base will be SO
placed as to illuminate the statue and
bring the figure into bold relief oa
the darkest night- The light of the
torch will he 30 feet above the water,
and should be visible for ubout twta-ty-five
miles at sea. Scientific
American.
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