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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 May 1888

.THE FAIiil. HOT E3QDGH BPRTHQ FLOWEK3. Leeds Mercury : Isn't it curious that everybody should gay they have such a gTeat love for the early spring floweru, nd yet that so many -who have the means to grow them do not do so ? for I cannot but believe that the true lov ing and growing of flowers are insepar able, and therefore, either there must Le a trilling error about .the love or something in the way of a want of knowledge that so many flowers may be had. And, after all, there may be a ort of flower love as distinguishable from the love of flower culture, even when we keep in mind that both loves may belong to those who have garden facilities. It certainly is a fact that many owners of gardens eDjcy cut flowers they might never see if their production depended on their personal efforts. The admiration of flowers in one's own garden is a more heartfelt pleasure than the pleasure derived from the flower in the bttonhole. Of course j there is a deal of sentimt-nt about buttonhole flo...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 May 1888

ehief irnvs iteiis. Tiie steamships Scvtliia, from Liver pool, and India, from Gibraltar, landed 1,5-37 immigrants at Castle Garden. The body of Perry 13rookston, an old colored man in Springfield, 111., was found in his hut partially eaten by rata. The reports of the killing of a band cf horse thieves and outlaws southwest of l'urcell, Indian territory, are confirmed. James Donovan merchant, sued the for $50,000 damages for recently calling him crazy. Twelve stores and buildings were last week, homeless. a Quiney, Mich., Detroit Free Press burned at Braddock, Pa., rendered university at HI., especial estate, is said taking a statement $.VJ7f,000. Fifty eople were .Loss, 1 0,000. Prof. G. Stambley Hall of Johns Hopkins university has accepted the presidency of Clarks Worcester, Mass. Business in Galesburg ly in building and real to have been st-riouslv affected by the Burlington fctrike there. Mollie Larrimore was found dead in n out house at Sedalia, Mo. Her death was caused by an ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 May 1888

THE HERALD, PIIILLirSBUKG KANSAS. liOAD NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: In pursuance of an order made by the board of county commissioners of the county of Phillips, "in the state of Kansas, In regular tension on the 11th day of April, A. D., lt", notice iti hereby -riven that Jesse Hilton und 15 other householders of t-aid county, residing in the vicinity where it is proposed to lay out and establish the road below mentionedhave Ireseutcd to said board their certain petition, praying the laying out and establishment of a public road in said county as follows: Com mencing at se corner of se!4 of section Xi-l-l'J, thence north f'i miles on 6ection line, thence west 'M rod-), thence north Vt mile, and that T. J. Fee, I.. Uarrett and W 11. Heavens, viewers duly appointed, will meet tit be'rinnin'r of ia)il road on the Uth day of June, A. L., 1S.S8, and proceed to view said road, and to irive all parties a hearing. Witness my hand, and the seal of said county, altixed ut iny ollicft in s...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 4 May 1888

U IhD A PHILLIPSBTJRG, KANSAS, FRIDAY, MAY 4th, 18SS. THE HERALD. puiLLiPSBUiiG. - Kansas. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. . F. KORNS. It. A. HAGUE. KORNS & DAGUE. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETOR. Friday, May 4 lb, liiti. Phlllipsburg and Phillips County In Brief. Phillippbnrg, the county cent of Phillip County, located in the geographical center i f frnid county ; is U'y) miles weft of Atchison and 135 miles eat of Colorado line", is beauti fully located; is on the main line of the C. l. & X. (Reck Island) now beinsj built. It is both a freight and passenger division and the fhops and round house of said road are located here, and at an early date a branch will be constructed from the south east. Phillips i 'ounty is, aecentiujr to agricultural reports, the second best cou my iu Kansas on "Train per acre ; it is in the northern, tier of counties, is well watered by 4 living streams; its soil is unsur passed; it has plenty of Kod building stone and considerable limber. Only one sixth of it...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 May 1888

SPEAK TO TIEHS 111 TEC-A-M? THEX GO VOL. X. NO 28. FHILLIFSBTJRG-, KANSAS, FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1888 $1.50 IN ADVANCE. THE HERALD. PIIlIiLIPSBUr.G, - KANSAS ESTABLISHED IN 1877. Tha oldest paper ia Northwestern Kuuu - . T. &. A. DAGCX. KOENS A DVGUE, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS- Tlili: TABLE. The trains on the Missouri Pacific Pailrod ar rira at Marvin aa follows: GOING ZAST. Paiener 4 p. m. Freight 0:03 a. ia. GOING WEST. Pa.ener 10:41a.m. Freiuhl 3 ijO p. in. C. K. 3t N. TIME CARD. GOING EAST. Na. 8 Paanenger 8:4."a. m. No. S3 Local Freight 11:40 p. ni. GOING WEST. o. 37 Panfenjer 11:00 p. m, 7 Local Freisht 11:10p.m. iax:: tl . . ' f ' u? PROFESSION'S AL CARDS. H. WALLACE, LI. D., Physician end Surgeon. Spoci-! attention (riven to th diaaaaca of wo. O5o aoath mida public aqaara, rttllllpakanr, .... Kasiu. A. B. HOUCK, M. D., Eclectic Physician. Office at O. W. Bickford'a Dm Store, north ! Pvblto Bqnara, Fhiilipebarg, Kansas. All call both Ur and niht prompt! at tendad. . D. BROTHER...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 May 1888

THE HERALD. . . . rniLiPSBur.G, - Kansas. KAliSAS 17ET7S. The contract for the Junction City cannery has been let. The creamery at Columbus will be in operation by May 1st. The Irving board of trade associa tion has been chartered. The new Indian school building at Lawrence is to cost 40,000. The Grand Central hotel at Salina was sold a few days ago for $50,500. A steam flouring mill with the finest improved machinery is the latest boom at Moline. The state convention of county su perintendents will be held in Salina, May 22nd. The Wichita and Western road is now completed to within twenty-five miles of Dodge City. The republican convention of the first district renominated Major Mor rill for congress. The traveling men of Kansas are to hold their annual meeting at Salina, May 18th and l'Jth. The seventeenth annual meeting of the Kansas Dental association was held in Topeka Tuesday. There are about 400 Indian youths in the Haskell institute at Lawrence, 125 of them being girls. At D...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 May 1888

- -i r t -i Uach. has bean written and eaid about Low to maki home happy. Th moraIit and th preacher hare backnejed thLa them until it would aeera that nothing mora remained to be BidJ. Eat tha phil osophers hare gone far out o! their way to account lor the prevalence of ill-aesorted couple and unhappy hornet, and hare overlooked the chid cause. Most of the onhappiness of married life can be traced directly to those functional derangements to which women are subject. In nine cases out of ten the irritable, dissatisfied and Unhappy wife is a sufferer from some ' fe rnalo complaint." A trial of Dr. Pierce' Favorite Prescription will produce more domestic happiness than a million sermons or philosophical treatises. It cures ail those peculiar weaknesses and ailments Incident to women. It is the only medi cine sold by druggists, under a positive guarantee from the manufacturers that it will give satisfaction in every case, or money will be refunded. See guarantee printed on wrapper encl...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 May 1888

THE HERALD. rillLLIPSBURG. - KANSAS. OFFICIAL GOUKTY PAPER. K. F. KOKNS. R. A. DAGL'E. KORNS & DAGUE. PUBLISHERS AND PliOPlilETOitS. Fkiday. May 11th, 18S. Nearly all tLe delegates of the late Republican county Convention are farmers. One not knowing this fact, and reading1 the comments of the In dependent and Freeman, would sup pose that nearly every delegate in the convention was a banker or lawyer The Kirwin Indeendent has ex Senator Van Wyck's picture hanging on its office wall and he is Mr. Lamb's ideal statesman. The Logan Free man also extols Gen. Van Wyck. The Herald also thinks Van is the sort of statesman the country needs, but Van Wyck is a progressive Re publican ; he stays in the Republican party and contends for reform. Why then does not Lamb and Boyd follow his example, and why do they object to other Republicans doing as Van Wyck does? While we Jjlve Bro. Dajrue credit for beiujj as pood an Anti-monopolist as, ourself, we hope for hit) Pake that he doe, nut for a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 May 1888

RAPHS, TINT YP! :s, FRAMES AND TBI 2vIINGS, G-O TO TIT CHEHS GALLERYjONTHEvv "TIT1 S' RXIT FOB FINE PHOTOG YOUTHS AXD BOYS! To G-et our Prices. To see our Styles. To Buy our G-oods. PERSONAL. C. D, Heath lias returned his visit to N isconsin. H. Frank Stiiisoa was up to Nor ton on business last week. :h is recover- Blossom Latsbau, ing from the measles. li. A. Handv has returned from Work Suits Overalls, Over-shirts, Underwear, Jackets, Hose, Gloves, and a general line of Furnishing Goods. Dres3 Suits, SEERSUCKER, FLANNEL, ALPACA COATS AND VESTS. H;its. C:ms. latest stvle summer hats. Boots and Shoes. We are nut selling at cost or at fifty per cent discount, but "Good goods at lowest prices'' is our motto. In the brick block, west side square. Lotran, G. ol IS A. re in J. C. L E. S. LATSBA.UGH. THE HERALD. I'HIIiLIPSBUItG. - KANSAS -The county jail is now empty. -Another srlorious rain since our PUBLISHERS NOTICE. The IIeralo goes to preasThureday evening, all mutter murit be iu the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 May 1888

Albany Evenir2 Journal. We were gathered round the stove in the little station of the frontier town of S , waiting for the mid night express. The wind howled dis mally among the branches of the old elm behind the station and the hard flakes of snow rattled against the panes in a way suggestive o cold weather. Suddenly we heard a tremendous stamping on the platform outside, the door opened and a sturdy-looking fellow entered with a lantern and a couple of mail bags. He wore a heavy army overcoat and long riding Loots, at the heels of which jingled an ugly looking pair of Mexican spurs. On the lront of his blue cap, which wa3 held down by a heavy muftler, was a metal band, on which were stamp ed the words "U. B. Mail" in large letters. 'Well,' he said, throwins the snow covered mail bags down in a corner '- oiowing out nis lantern ana coming over to the stove, "I guess you gents '11 have a long wait; they jest tele graphed up from Julesburg that the train is an hour late and on accoun...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 May 1888

III WHITE. How an Engine Was Stopped at the Mouth of Buck Hill TunneL For the second time in his life Jas per Ward was unhappy. Jasper was a locomotive engineer on the Burlington road, and had trod the footboard of an engine as fireman and driver since the first appearance of his mustache. His career had been one of such evenness and calm, so much quiet life within himself, such absence of inci dent or accident, that his steady temper had been rarely stirred by joy or sor row. Ilis first grief had come to him ten years or more before, when his wife died suddenly while he was away on his engine. He had never married again nor seemed to care much for so ciety or company, or anybody, or any thing, saving only his son Jack, and of course his engine, for which he had a half dozen pet names. Jack wanted to be a locomotive engineer, like his father, and often coaxed to be taken out to learn to tire; but Jasper would not listen to this. "Go to school, boy," he said, "and learn to be some th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 11 May 1888

THE HERALD, PHILLirSBUEG KANSAS. ORDINANCE No. D An ordinance relating to the construction of and the moving of noodou building and providing for fire wails within certain Jimits. Mayor una council or tue Be it ordained by the r'ii rt I'hilliiiMtiur'z: Section 1. That nu wooden building, or pari thereof except such as are already commenced, hhall be creeled, added to or moved upon any Jot included within the following boundrv; corn uieucin" at the jsoutheaet corner of lot 12, in block if range o, thence north to the northeast corner of lot 1, in eaid block; thence acroen t fctreet to the eoutheaet corner of lot 1, in block C, ran"e 6, thence north to the northeast corner of lot X, In euid block, thence west t the northwest corner of ealdlot; thence across fourth ttreet to the northeast corner of lot 18, in block 6, range 4, thence west to the northwest corner of lot 7, iu aid block; thence across third street to the north east corner tf lot 12, in block 6 ran;e 3, thence west to the...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 May 1888

SPEAK TO THEM T'ZHZ.A.n? THEY G-O FOEWAED- VOL. X. NO 29. FHILLIFSBTJRG-, KANSAS, FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1888. SI. SO TTnT ATWATSmTr! ' THE HERALD. PHILLIPSETJKG, - KAN3AS ESTABLISHED IN 1377 f ha oldest paper in Northwestern ILtneos TEK.LIS: One your.... bix month .73 K. f. VOBN'S .. A. DAGUK. KOKNS & DVGCE, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. The train- on the Mi.-fouri 1'acilic Kailrod ar rlie at Marvin nt follows: GOING EAST. I'ieiii;er Freight I :i5 ji. m. a. in. OOlXG WEST. 111:41 :i in. 3:0() p. in. Krek'ht ... C K. &. N. TIME CARD. GOIXG EAST. Nil. S Iu!Hf n'cr a. in. No. XX Local Freight ll:4on. m. GOING WEST. No. "7 I'Hfvm-'fT 11 :mi p. in, 7 Local Freight 11 . -10 p. in. .'.. PROFESSIOHAL CARDS. n. WALLACE, II. D., Physician and Surgeon. Special attention siren to tho diseases of to onB. OISc south, side pablio equare, l'hilllnuur, .... Kan-.. A. B. HOUCK, M. D.. Eclectic Physician. Office at O. W. I3ickford' Drag Storf, north id Pablio Square, l'hillipsburg, Ktttnuut. All call ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 May 1888

THE HERALD. P1IILLIPSBURG. - KANSAS. OFFIGIAL GOUNTY PAPER. JS. F. KORNS. R. A. DAGUE. HORNS 5s DAGUE. PL'BLISUERS AND PROPRIETORS. Friday, tiay 18th, 1888. For President, WALTER Q. GRESHAM, of Indiana. The Herald has from the begin ning, favored Judge Gresham for President. He is looming up as a formidable candidate. Capt. Norton, of Beloit, was in town on Monday. He thinks his prospects good for nomination for Secretary of State. M. II. Johnson, of Phillips coun ty, and W. W. "Watson, of Osborne county, were elected by the Oberlin convention as delegates to the Na tion Republican Convention to Chi cago June ID. There will be 822 delegates in the Republican National Convention as follows : Delegates at large 152 ; District delegates GoO ; Territorial delegates 2. -412 votes will be neces sary to nominate. The Democrats of Decatur county in delegate convention assembled de cided to bring out Sam "W. McElroy for Congress. He was a former resi dent of this county. We call especial att...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 May 1888

FOR FINE PHOTOG RAPHS, TIN TYPES, FRAMES AND TRI IvIMINGS, GO TO TIT CKER'S GALLERY, ON THE WEST SIDE .V, ? i T jijfjv, youths a, yd boys To Get our Prices. To see our Styles. To Buy our Goods. Dress Suits, Work Suits, Overalls, Over-shirts, Underwear, Jackets, Hose, Gloves, and a general line of Furnishing Goods. SEERSUCKER, FLANNEL, ALPACA COATS AND VESTS. Hats, Caps, latest style summer hats, Boots and Shoes. We are not selling at cost or at fifty per cent discount, but "Good goods at lowest prices" is our motto. In the brick block, west side square. J. C. L E. S. LATSBAUGH. THE HERALD. i'HILLIISBURG. - KANSAS ri'ULISHEKS NOTICE. The HtitAl.K .'( to preen Thursday evening, all -latter iniii-t be in the printer hand.' before that time to incure ini-ertiou. Send it iu several day earlier than that when possible. tf Fresh groceries at Polings. Farm loans, G. A. Spaulding & Co. Fresh drugs at S. S. Fisher & Co's. Harrows at cost at Geo. F. Hall's. Readlatsbaugh'snewadvertisem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 18 May 1888

THE HERALD, PUJLL1PSBUKG KANSAS. PhllJIpaburff and Phillips County In Erlef. I'hUIipf burg, the county ee.it of Phillip Connty, Is located in the ;eocrapUical center of paid ronnlr ; ii mile weft of Atchison and l'i3 miles rust of Colorado line; l beauti fully located; if on the main line or the C. K. fc N. Ko-k-lsland) now bein? built. It if loth a freight and pafceniier divifion and the rhoptf and round house of said road are located here, and at an early date a branch will be con trncted from the fontli east, l'hillipf County i. necrdiir.r t airrieuliural reports tue ret-oiid b-it coauly in Kittis flf on priiin per acre : it J 1n the northern tier of counties, if well watered by i living hlrcams; it coil if unsur passed; it has plenty of ;ood building f tone and considerable timber. Only one oixth of itf lands are yet io cultivation : it is -Ml mile square and has 1.1.UD inhabitants It if a unoU county to come to. For full particulars of the advantages offered the emigrant in l'h...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 May 1888

!M T'H-A.'Z? THEY GO JrOTZrjTZJD. VOL. X. NO 30. PHILL.IPSBUHG, KANSAS, FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1888. $1.50 IN ADVANCE. THE HERALD. PHILIilPSBUEO, - KANSAS ESTABLISHED IN 1S77. Tha oldest paper In Northwestern KtLiMJk. TERMS: One vjr f'-M Six month . 75 E. F. IOILKI A. A. DAQUX. K0ES3 & DIGUE, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. The trains on the Missouri Pacific Itailrod ar rive at Marvin as follows : GOING ZAST. Passenger 4 :05 p. m. Freight 6:03 a. m. GOING WEST. Passenger 10:41a.m. Freight 3:50 p. in. C K. & N. TIME CARD. GOING. EAST. No. 8 Passenger 3:45a. m. No. 34 Local Freight 11:40 p. ui. GOING WEST. No. 37 Fassenger 11:00 p. m, " 7 Local Freight 11:10 p. m. PnOFESSIOflAL CARDS. H. WALLACE, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Special attention fdven to th diaeaae of Wo rn fa. Oi3c aoatb. aid pobllo Kjuare, FhlUlpaburjr, - Kaniu. A. B. HODCK, M. D.. Eclectic Physician. 0Sio at O. W. Bickford'a Drag Btorw, north aid Pnbllo 8jum, Phiilipabor, Kansas. Ail calls bo Ui day and night promptly V...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 May 1888

THE HERALD. PIELLEPSBTJEG, KANSAS KANSAS NEWS. Arkansas City Dispatch : Farmers tell us that oats are growing so luxuri antly that there is danger of their fall ing down of their own weight. This "would keep them from heading. live is in head' and wheat is heading. Corn is from six to ten inches high. Wellington Standard: We believe that there is no better looking country under the sun at present than Sumner county. Her entire surface is green with growing crops and the ground is miry wet to an unknown depth. There has not been such a spring in thirty years. The Clay Center Times: Abilene has adopted a novel scheme for sus taining its prosperity. The property holders have made an agreement to pay 15 per cent of the advance of the sale price upon the purchase price into a fund known as a bonus fund, to be used in encouraging manufactories to locate there. Hutchinson Call : H. G. Schamp, of Sumner township, is interested in rais ing German carp, having three fine ponds which are fed w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 May 1888

DOODLE 17EDBKIQ. Almost everybody knows old man Etringfellow. He is a tall, lank per sonage, with shoulders lite a drome dary's. His face is long, like that of a. horse, and he nas black hair.streak ed with gray, on hia head, with a tuft of the same on hia chin. Old man Stringfellow wears neither mustache nor whiskers, being very particular to shave himself at least twice a week, undergoing some pain, and twisting his Ions f&ce into all manner of con tortions which a circus clown would give $1,000 to be able to im. itate during tha operation, owing to the sti.f nature of the crop.he is reap ing and the dullness of the instru ment with which he works. He sel dom wears a coat, going in his shirt eleeves summer and wiuter, only changing the cat ment of hickory for the carment of wool as the seasons vary his jean pantaloons being hoisted up with suspenders galluses he calls them almost to his armpits, making him look at a little distance like some queer animal with very long legs. H...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 25 May 1888

THE HERALD. PHILLIPSBURG. - KANSAS. OFFI0IAL GOUNTY PAPER. E.F. KOKNS. R. A. DAGUE. KORNS & DAGUE. PCBLISHEU3 AND PROPRIETORS. Friday, May 25th, 18S8. For President, WALTER Q. GRESHAM, of Indiana. Last week Hon. Samuel J. Randall, of Pennsylvania, and a leader in the Democratic party, made a speech in which he opposed the ''Mill's bill," and declared in favor of a protective tarrilT. He made an able argument- Experiments, it is reported, are be in made at Great Bend, Kansas, with a kind of banana suited to the temperate zone. Kansas can raise anything, and in great profusion, that grows in the temperate zone. Tope ka Commontcealth. We admit tliut we know more about fttit-boatiag ami democratic politics" than we do abut printing ami we do not consider it any discredit to us; if we are not mir-tuken, A he Lincoln wan at one time a Hat-boatman. l'liillipsburg Democrat. No it is no disgrace to be a Hat boatman, but what can be thought of a democratic politician who passes himself of...

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