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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 April 1888

TAL1IAGE 021 PSOFAIIITY. A Useless and Disgusting Eabit How It Pro vails in Hovel and Palace. One of the hynms sung at the Brook lyn Tabernacle Sunday morning, April 8, began with the words : So let our lips and lives express The koly gospel we profess. After reading appropriate passages of scripture, Ilev. T. De Witt Talinage, D. D., preached on the habit of cursing and swearing. His text was from the Book of Job, chapter 2, verses 7, 8 and 9: So went Satan forth from the pres ence of the Lord and smote Job with sore boils from the sole of his foot unto his crown. And he took him a potsherd to scrape himself wit hall : and he sat down among the ashes. Then said his wife unto him: "Dost thou still retain thine integrity? Curse God and die." Dr. Talinage said: A story oriental and marvelous. Job was the richest man in all the east. lie had camels and oxen and asses and sheep, and what would have made him rich without anything else, seven sons and three daughters. It was the habit of ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 April 1888

THE HERALD. PHILLIPSBURG. - KANSAS. OFFICIAL GOUNTY PAPER. E. F. KORNS. , li. A. I) AGUE. KORN3 & DAGUE. rUBLISIiEU-; AND PROPRIETOR. Friday. -April 20th, 18SS. RELEGATE CONVENTION. A delegate convention of the Republicans ' the 6th ."oii?ref ?ior.al District of the State of Kama, will be held in the city of Obc-rlin, Kan sas, on Wednesday, the 16th day of May, 13. at 3 o'clock p. m., for the purpor-e of comin -tins two delegates and two alternates to represent the 6th Congressional district In the National Repub lican Convention, to be held in i hicago. Illinois, June l'jth, lf3. The representation will be the lime as in the tarae as in the follow ing Congress ional Convention. CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION. A delegate convention of the Republicans of the Sixrh Congressional District ot the State of Kansas will lie held in the city of Russell, Kan sas, on Wednesday, May il l. lsij, at 2 oclock p. rn..for the purpof-e of nominating one candidate for Conjrren", and one Presidential el...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 April 1888

FOR FINE PHOTOG- j RAPHS, TIN TYPES, FRAMES AND TRI MMING-S, GO TO TU CHER'S GALLERY, ON THE WEST SIDE GOOD n:' or i ne womrnuninf -- - -J. C. L E. S. LATSBAUGH TO THE FRONT We have lu.ida preparation and are receiving an elemt line of spring good which it will py yon to inspect before purchasing elsewhere. " Men's Suit for $4.00 and upwards. Childress and Youths riaiu f-jrSl.oO and upwards. Mens' Hits lor 50 cents and upwirdi. Boys' Hats and raps for 2,3 ct:nts and upward. Elegant dress suits. SuDstantial work suits. Beat worsted suit in the market for the money. Suits made to order. Boots and Shoes and greaneral line of furnihin gods. Yuan Truly, J. C. & E. S. LATSBAUGH. THE HERALD. t'HlLLII'SBUUG. KANSAS PUBLISHERS NOTICE. The Herald ioe to pres Thursday evening, nil ttilkrmnit be ia the printer! hands before that time to lnenre ictrrtion. Send It in teyerni day earlier than that when povaible. tf f . , , , . Freih groceries at Polices. Read Latsbaugh's advertisement. Farm lo...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 April 1888

nrs mifE or the ancient Esquimau. The Ancient Esquimau etoppeth a citizen lie is invited in lie teileth of a rait It is an Ancient Esquimau, Le stoppeth one of four; "by thy long gray beard ami painted breatL, come in und shut the door." Thus spake the estopped citizen, spake in a voice of woe; then to the cheery? blazing fire, came in that Esquimau. "Now tell me, withered wanderer, what may thy errand be?" Then sadly spake the ancient man : "There was a raft, "quoth he. "I built it by a northern sea, four 8t-5re moons ago." - "Well, what about thy measly raft, thou Ancient Esqui mau?" The Ancient Esquimau discourseth of his northern home The ice tstretcheth in all directions The polar bear howleth from its den. "Four score of moons ago I stood, and pondered long and well ; 'in these dire wastes of ice,' I said, 'no living man should dwell. The frozen fields stretch north and south, and east and west stretch they ; the polar bear howls from Lis lair, and mankind is his prey. The bla...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 April 1888

FOEJUGIT AFTAIHS. PLOOOB E GKiiJCAJnr. -t-aoojv, April 5. TLe alluvial lands of tlie Tijtuia and Nogat are now ein-jle fields of tftruetion, affecting: seventy-nine villages about 30,000 inhabitants. The whole of this vast tract, from 200 to 400 square lilies, in under water. There ia no possi bility, either, of a harvest this year or for prin; cultivation, as the Bubinerred land i-ea below the river and the Baltic. Experts ay it will take months of tteaiu and labor to pump the water. These alluvial soils are the best agricultural land, for the most part ultivated by yeoman farmers, who were till the floods overwhelmed them in fair cir- uuisLancea. The houses of the laborers are rendered uninhabitable. Appalling- ac ounta come from seventy-two villages and five towns submerged in the country of the lower Kibe. The chief centers of misery are nomitz. In Mecklenburg-, and Lengen, in ITusciia. The population affected is from to 10,000. Moreover, in East Prussia liiere Is a fall of enow...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 20 April 1888

THE HERALD, rniLLirspcKG Kansas. Phillipsburg and Phllltp3 County in Brief. rhillipf tinrg, tic connty eeat of rhilHps County, 1. located in the jreo?raphical center of said couotv ; is '-0 miles west of Atchison and 135 miles east of Colorado une; & beauti ful'y located; i on the main hue of tu C. K X N Iiock-lsl:iiid now heinir 1uiU. It is bo'lU a freight and passenger uivision ai.d the ehoi.e and rwiind house of said mad are looted herr. aud at an early Iute a branch will be con-tructed from tne south east, l'liuhps Coun'y K uccrdii!S to agricultural report.-, the second best county in Kaus.-iH on sraiu ier acre j it 1 in the northern tier of counties, is well watered by !M livin? streams; its eoil is unsur na!sed; it has plenty of Rood buiHm htone and iou-ideruble limoer. Only one sixth of its lund are vet In cultivation: it is miles square and Lad 1" (Xi) inhabitant. It ii a i,-ood county to come to. For full particulars of the advantages . :1c red tne emi-ranl in l'hiUipsb...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 April 1888

: 1 1 5 1 THEY G-O !TO,-W-A.TiX5. VOL. X. NO 26. PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1888. $1.50 IN ADVANCE. THE HERALD. PH1LLIPSBUP.Q, - KANSAS ESTABLISHED IN 1377. Tho oldest pier la Northwestern Kuuu. On ypuir ............. Bix uiooiU J....... .75 C. P. KOUSi A. rJAQL'J. K0RN3 4 DVOUE, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. TIME TABLE, The train on the Missouri Pacific Kailred ar rire at Marvin us follows: GOING 2 AST. Passenirer Freight 4:05 p. m. :0o a. in. GOING WEST. Passenger. Freight ... 10:41 a m. 3 :00 p. m. C K. & N. TIME CARD. GOFNG EAST. No. 8 Pnsenprr 3:45 a. m. No. 33 Local Freight 11:40 p. m. GOING WEST. No. 37 Passencer 11:00 p. in, 7 Local Freight 11:10 p.m. professional CAnos. H. WALLACE, II. D., Physician and Suroon. Special Attention irlrea to th diaoeae of worn- n. Gtfioe aoath aid publlo aqnAre, 1 l.ililpbu - KM. A. B. HOUOK, 11. D.. Eclectic Physician. Offioa at G. W. Elckford'a Dm Biora, aorta aid Poblio 8?uar, FhHlipabara;, Iatui. All cil botii day and niLt i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 April 1888

THE HERALD. FIIILIPSBURG, KANSAS. KANSAS NEWS. Burglars t fleeted an entrance to the Iee of the Chicago Lumber company f Norton, Monday night, and secured ome $('A). all the cash contents of the afe. Herbert Oldham, while accompany ing two young ladies to their homes in Atchison Thursday night, was shot in the knee by George Tyler, a drunken megro. The commissioner of pensions has teen advised that John It. Logan (col ored; has plead guilty to falsely per sonating another government official at Topeka, Kas., and sentenced to two ears' imprisonment. A lawsuit between two farmers, B. Gofer and G. W. Bowen, at Harring ton Thursday was decided in favor of the latter. After the decision was ren dered (lofer became uncontrolably angry and stabbed Bowen to death in the court room. Troy Time: It Kansas does not pro duce a big crop this year, it will be from causes that will appear later on. The ground nver was, at the beginning of a season, in 1 tetter condition for a rop than it i-, now. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 April 1888

-n-nf"- 7 ' FASinOITS FANCIES Ssh effects are multiplied. Smoking gowns are popular. Plain corsages are no longer seen. Gaiter tops are much worn by ladies. Spring jackets are quite snort and aingle-breasted. Gloves with heavily stitched back are no longer in favor. The last notion in gloves is to use the rein-deer'a skin for them. The pointed effect is aimed at in nearly all elaborate wraps. Jewels and flowers in the hair are the fashion at all evening entertainments. White woollen toilets made in semi classic styles are exceedingly fashion able. This may be called a ribbon season, so profuse is the use of ribbon for dec oration. Crushed strawberry is a color that is designed to be as popular as it was two years ago. Tiny silver cases holding a dozen strips of court plaster make pretty gifts for intended travelers. Black and green are among the ac knowledged colors of the future, both for dress and millinery uses. New fans are studded with silver and have nineteen ribs, down each o...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 April 1888

V THE HERALD. PHILLIPSBURG. - KANSAS. "OFFIGIAL 0OUNTY PAPER. K. F. KOIiXS. It. A. PAGIE. KORNS & DAGUE. PUBLIS11EKS AND PLOPRIETOUS. Friday, AdhI 27tb, 1883. Tho feeling all over the county among1 Republicans is that this boun ty will give a largo Eoimblican ma jority next fall. Sam Jones says '"the northern Dem ocrats are a lot of scalawags, and don't know what they want." Where upon the Kansas City Journal says Sam is mistaken in his conclusion, klhey want to be post-masters." " J. II. Fleisher desires the Her ald to say that there is a movement on foot in favor of D. L. Smith, ex County Treasurer, of Long Island, for Representative, and that his friends will be heard from in due time. By the tone of the Herald we are inclined to think Editor Dague is try ing to crawl into the Republican par ty ; we would suggest to them that they open the door very wide if they expect him to get in as he has a very wide walk- -Democrat. How smart the Democratic man is getting lately ! His wi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 April 1888

FOR FINE PHOTOQ RAPHS, TIN TYPES, I FRAMES AND TRI MIvIINGS, GO TO TU CHER'S G-AJLL.ERY, ON THE WEST SIDE GOOD nsr: li no Com mo nit' i TP P. T? C? T A. rnn-n a TTriTT rnft nrtT'C T?t5 nrrm We have made preparation- and are receiving an elegant line of spring goods which it will psy you to inspect before purchasing elsewhere. Men's Suits for $4.00 and upwards. Childrens and Youths1 Suits for $1.50 and upwards. Men3' Hits for 60 cents and upwards. Boys' Hats and caps for 2o cents and upwards. Elegant dres3 suits, Suostantial work suits. Best worsted suits in the market for the money. Sidts made to order. Boots and Shoes and geaneral line of furnishing goods. Yours Truly, J. C. & E. S. LATSBAUGH. THE HERALD. I'HIIiLirSBUItG. - KANSAS Fresh groceries at Polings. Head Latsbaugh's advertisement. Farm loans, G. A. Spaulding & Co. Fresh drugs at S. S. Fisher & Co's. Harrows at cost at Geo. F. Hall's. Mixed paint cheap at S. S. Fisher & Do's. School orders taken at par for w...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 April 1888

A TAL1IAGE SESSION. Jealous is the Hags of Han. The hymn sung by the congregation in the Brooklyn tabernacle Sunday Eiorning, April 15. begins: No more let human blood be epilt, Vain sacrifice for human guilt." Prof. Henry Eyre Brown rendered the second sonata in E minor, by Bitter. Having expounded passages of scripture in regard to the behavior of Jacob and Esau, Bev. T. De Witt Talmage preached on the subject of "Jealousy," taking his text : "Jealousy is the rag of a man." Pro v. vi., 31. He said : Some subjects a religious teacher touches a thousand times, now coming on them from one direction, now from another. But here is a bible theme that for some reason is left teetotally alou This morning asking your prayers and in the strength of God, I want to grapple it. Ihere is an old sin, haggard, furious, monstrous, and diabolical, that has for ages walked and crawled the earth. It combines all that is obnoxious in the races human, quadrupedal, ornitholog ical, reptilian, and insect...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 April 1888

THE UATI02JAL EIED. , High-Soaring Eagle--Th.e Eird of Free dom Kia HomeHow He Is Captured. A correspondent of the Globe-Demo- rat, writing from Fort Keogh, Mon tana, says: Very little Las leen said r written concerning the greatest of all birds, the American eagle. This i must bo because really verry little is f known of him or his habits. An easrle is a strange bird, anyhow. Not only is t he the most unsocial of living creatures, ! but he even carries this peculiarity so I far as to kick his own youngsters out of the home nest just as soon as they are able to care for themselves. This i much, however, should be said to his redit that he is most watchful and I attentive during the incubation, soaring high and low, on guard, like a sentinel, 1 forever on the alert to protect mother and young from possible danger of any description. lie is a most excellent provider in securing animal food for the young eaglets, who early acquire a tastJfor such delicacies. ; The limit of an eagle's a...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 April 1888

THE HERALD, miLLirsrUUKCi KANSAS. Phillipsburs and Phillips County in Brief. ru'illlppi'uv;;. iho county seat of Phillips Conotr, i locnud i" th. j,'uoi;rupbical tenter of said eountv ; in -OU miles west of Atchison uuii li'i mile- ?:iet "f (Colorado line; Is btautl fully UieateU; i-1 ti'e main hue ot the C. K. A N. (Hot k-J.-l:inl) now beinr built. It is both a lrcii,'!t ami pa--en:er division ar.d the f-lio)s ami rouuel hunr-c of i-aid road are located litre, ant! at an early date a iirancli will bo ronrtrueted from the fcouth ca?t. Phillips 'oiinIv i, n rt. riling to ngrieulturiil report, tne M-criiiil bt'rt county" in Kauiai on grain pPt acre; it is in the northern tier of counties, la well watered hy vi living t-treama ; its eoil is nneur )afE(; l; it ha-' plenty of pood building ptone and eon.-iilerable timlier. Only one eixth of its landH are yet in cultivation; it is 'M miles i-quare and has l.'i.Ux) inhabitant. It a trood county to come to. r'or full pnrtieulars of the adva...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 27 April 1888

sU Y ay from Puerperal fever i - LaA been married but about a 3 IDSD F if 1 w If infamies. 2) li - PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 27th, 1SSS. HEFUBLICAX VOXTEXTIOX. ! The convention was called to or der at 11:30 by J. M. Crosier, Chair man of the Republican Central Com mittee, who read the call for the con vention. C. A. Porter was elected temporary chairman and C. A. Lew is tempory secre'a-y. On motion a committee of five was appointed on credentials, five on per manent organization, five on order of business, and five on resolutions. Committee on credentials, E. Huff C. W. Hull, W. K. Goode, S. E He brew and E. X. Hull. Committee on permanent organiza tion, II. J. Shaver, Geo. A. Turner, A. E. McKenzie, J. V. Lee and 0. Whitney. Committee on order of business, E. W. Warner, J. D. Matteson, II. Moulton, Frank Strain and John Hahnenkratt. Committee on resolutions, R. A. Dague, I). M. Couklin, J. B. Hicks, A. II. Shapley and George Bell. The convention then adjourned un til 2 p....

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 May 1888

STPHlZ TO TSCEIiX THAT TIIET GO FOPw-VAIlD- VOL. X. NO 27. PHILLIPSBURG-, KANSAS, FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1888. $1.50 IN ADVANCE. 1 1 " v , THE HERALD. PUIIiLIPSBUKG, - KANSAS ESTABLISHED IN 1S77. The eldest paper in Northwestern Kansas One year J!. 50 Biz month 75 . r. ioiiti. a. a. DAon. K0RN3 A DYGUE, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. The trains on the Missouri Pacific Railrod ar rive at Marvin as follow: GOING EAST. Paarner 4 :(C p. m. Freight 6:05 a. w. GOING WEST. Passenger 10:41 a. m. Freight 3:50 p. m. C K. & N. TIME CARD. GOING EAST. Ns. 8 Passenger 3:4.1a. m. No. 33 Local Freight 11:40 p. m. GOING WEST. No. 37 Passenger 11:00 p. m, " 7 Locul Freight 11:10p.m. .--f. 'ij-ri - i l.1.?. T '" -' ; -m. j PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. WALLACE, LI. D., " Physician and Surgeon. Special attention riven to the diaeaaea of wo aira. OfEoa south aids public aqoare, fbllllpaburx, .... EaaiM. A. B. HOUCK, LI. D., Eclectic Physician. C2oa at O. W. Bickford'a Drag" Etoro, north aid Pablio rVjuar, Philllpabor...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 May 1888

THE HERALD. PIIILIPSBUllG, KANSAS. eaiisas inrws. The Tilden democratic club of Wich ita will attend the national democratic invention at St. Louis in a body. It numbers 150 men. The Marshall county republican dele gates to the state and congressional conventions are for John A. Anderson for congress and A, "V. Smith for gov ernor. At Elridge park in Wichita on Sun day intoxicants were sold openly and a number of toughs engaged in a dis graceful tight in which several were badly used. Walter E. Treadwell, the Harper t-ounty cattle king, who killed Charles O. Clark, the seducer of his wife, on Jan. 7th last, at the Bennett house in Anthony, has been acquitted. At the convention held at Westmore land an unin.structed delegation was elected to go to Wichita. A resolution was also adopted by arising vote unan imously endorsing Senator Inrails' speech on the dependent pension bill in the United States senate. Saturday evening Charles Smith of l-.ea.ven worth, a laborer and a married man,...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 May 1888

HOSCOE COIIKLIXa. Erief Outline of the Career of th.a Diatia guiaaed American, la the dispatches is a brief account f the death of Iloscoe Conkling, the distinguished .ex-senator of New York. Whatever friend or foe may have had to ay regarding him, all agree that ace of the moot distinguished and able Americana of his generation has gone from among men. Iioacoe Conkling waa born at Albany, October 30, 1829, a son of the Hon. Al fred Conkling, who was a member of the XVII. congress and at one time minister to Mexico. Iloscoe was edu oated at an academy in hia native city and studied law at Auburn and Gen ova, lie conducted hia studies in the office of Spencer D. Kernan at Utica, Mr. Kernan and hia young student af terward becoming colleagues in the United States senate. Conkling was bright and rather precocious as a law student, and soon became locally noted ad a promising and witty young man. Before he had reached his majority, before he had been admitted to the bar even, he receive...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 May 1888

THE HERALD. PHILLIPSBURG. - KANSAS. ti r " 1 ' i,-1" OFFIGIAL 0OUNTY PAPER. E. Y. KORXS. K. A. DAGUE. KORNS & DAGUE. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. Friday. May 4 th, 1888. Kansas stands at the list on crop prospects. head of the President Cleveland has nominated Mellville W. Fuller, of Illinois, to be Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States to 1111 vacancy caused by the death of Chief Justice Waito. The Republicans of the Fifth dis trict met at Junction City May 1st, and nominated Hon. J ohn A. Ander son by acclamation by a unanimous vote. He is a progressive republican and made a noble record in Congress. C. A. Lewis, of Phillipsburg, is newspaper eulogy as an available republican candidate for senator. That the gentleman is po sessed of the necessary ability there is no doubt. Long Island Inter Ocean. The Democratic party generally is opposed to prohibition and in favor of licensing the liquor traffic, and wo Ix'lieve the Phillipsburg Democrat is in accord with it...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 May 1888

FOR FINE PHOTOG RAPHS, TIN TYPES, FRAMES AND TRI MMIN as, GO TO TU I CHER'S GALLERY, ON THE WEST SID: ? 1 i he Cosninunstyi IT or J. C. & E. S. LATSBAUGH TO THE FRONT . Wohayeniada preparation and are receiving an elegant line of priii" goods which it will rsy you to inspect before purchasing elsewhere. Men's Suits for $4.00 and upwards. Childress and Youths' Suits forSl.SO and upwards. Mens' Hats for 50 cents and upwards. Boys Hats and caps for 25 cents and upwards. Elegant dress suits. Suostantial work suits. Best worsted suits in the market for the money. Suits made to order. Boots and Shoes and eaneral line of furnishing goods. Yours Truly, J. C. & E. S. LATSBAUGH. THE HERALD. PHILLIPSBURG. - KANSAS PUBLISHERS NOTICE. The Herald goes to pre 8 Thursday erening, all matter mast bo in the printer hands before lhat tine to imcure ineertion. bend it in feyeral days earlier than that when pocrible. tf FreBh groceries at Polings. Head Latsbaugh's advertisement. Farm loans, G. A...

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