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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 June 1888

f . i spihaii ro cE3-e:-' rrxwrr : GO VOL. X. NO 33. FHILiLiIPSBURG-, E AITS AS, FHIDAlf, JTJITB 15, 18B8. 01. 50 IIT ADVAITC23. THE HERALD. KANSAS paiL.upsBur.a, ESTABLISHED IN 1877 Th oldeat paper la Northwestern Kae TEK.MS: One year Six month.... K. r. KOBNS & DIGUE, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS- $1.50 75 B.. A. DAOrX. Tii2 tttf:. The trains on the Missouri Pacific Kuilrod ar rive at Marvin as follows: GOING EAST. G. W. YOUNG, President. W. L. MORGAN, V. President. J. F. MOUSE, Cashier PHILLIPSBURG. - - - - - - - KANSAS I2nTC03PO.T,ZiZD 18SO-CAPITAL 50,000 BANKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES! I.IAKB FIVE YEAH. JOAI7S On improved farms. Give prompt and careful attention to all collection and pay taxes for non-vesidents. Passenger. . Freight Piijenger . Freit'ht 4 :05 p. b :o0 u. m. in. GOING WEST. 10:41 a. m. 3:50 p. m. C. K. &. N. TIME CARD. GOINU EAST. No. 8 Panser.'.'er 3:45 a. m. No. a8 Local Freight ll:40p. in. GOING WEST. No. :57 Passenger 11:00 p. tn, 7 Local Frei-ht 11:10 p....

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 June 1888

THE HERALD. PHUilPSBUEO, KANSAS ILflilTSAS 1TT.Y7S. In a test well being drilled at Lyons two strong veins of salt water have been struck, one at a depth of 225 feet and the other at 475 feet. An evaporation ot each gallon of water yields over two pounds of fine dry salt. Garden City Herald: Seward county farmers who had confidence enough to sow winter uheat last fall can now see their reward in full view. The winter wheat is heading out in great shape, and promises an abundant crop. The following justices of the peace were commissioned, Tuesday : Edwin Lee, Gettysburg township, Graham county ; A. li. Iiurk, Kearney township, Kearney county ; J. "W. Phillips, Cool idge township, Hamilton county. .Tin Myers and West case came to a amdden ending in the district court at Xyons by Judge Clark revising his for mer ruling, and holding that being without the jurisdiction of the court of Kansas in effect, were fugitives from justice. An appeal was taken to the Mupreine court. Lakin Advocate...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 June 1888

;i.00 FOH AH ccc. 1 Va9 an Csk of the Croat Auk, '"Which haa Come to bo a Very Rare Bird. The highest price ever paid for an egg, bo far as known, since the world began, was that received at an auc tion Bale of the effects ot a Mrs. Wise held in London the other day. A sin. gla ecg was there offered, and, after an exciting struggle between a number of ornitholosists, it was struck off at 1,200. It was an eng of the great auk, a bird new supposed to be ex tinct, but quite plentiful within the memory of the older whalers who fre quented the north Atlantic m their boyhood days. It is five years since in egg of this bird changed hands, and then it was sold by the British Col lege of Surgeons for $700, while in 1869 Lord Garvagh at an auction cade in London paid $300 for a single g. Previous to that the prices ob tained for this sort of eggs dwindled down bv easv eradations to 4s. 6d., at which price one was sold in 1830 in Paris, although the bird itself was then to be found about the i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 June 1888

THE HERALD. PHILLIPSBURO. - KANSAS. OFFICIAL GOUKTY PAPER. E. F. KOKNS. R- A. DAGUE. KORN3 fc DAQUE. PCCUSIIEU3 ASP PROPRIETORS. Friday, Jane 15th, 1S83. For President, WALTKIl Q. GRESHAM, of Indiana. A Strcns Sentiment Growing Tho Indiana Judge. for For Presidential Electors, At large John L. Walker. " Eugene F. vare. First District Lon W. Robinson. Second District Frank R. Ogg. Third District T. P. Anderson. Fourth District John Madden. Fifth District D. A. Valentine. Sixth District J. B. McGonigal. Seventh District E. I. Chapman. For Member Congress (Jth District, E. J. TURNER. 5m Gnator Senatorial Convention. There will be held at Smith Center. Xftniaf, Aui?. 1, lKtw, t 1 o'clock p. hi.: repmblican coii Teutlon, the object of which will be to nominate candidate for Senator for tke 84th ienatorial dintrict. The baain of representation will be one delegate and one alternate for each 200 Totea caat for . B. Allen for Secretary of State in 18S0 and for a fraction of 100 votes or ove...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 June 1888

FOR FINE PHOTOG- RAPKS,TIN TYPES, jMMING-S, GO TO TU IV.' i o MEM, YOUTHS AMD BOYS! To Get our Prices., To see our Styles. To Buy our Goods. Underwear, Jackets, Hose, PERSONAL. McNay is visitim FRAMES AND TRllCEER'S' GALLERY it Clay visiting t. e:, ivV MhUb nvmlls Over-shirts. UU.1L.-I, UUIA I J ""'I . . . , , ' . , . -1 Gloves, and a general line oi r urmsmu SEERSUCKER, FLANNEL, ALPACA COATS AND TT-i . "t.... l-rt.r-f t-f t'1 ck dimmer hatL Boots and Shoes. dlSZt coTi; at fifty "r cTnTScouat, but "Good goods at lowest pnce is our motto. In the brick block, west side square. J. C.&E.S. LATSBAUGH. Mrs Uenter. Miss My rtie Bissell is friends at Osborne. Clarence Lowe is at home spend ing vacation. Geo. Yv. loung was out west on business the fore part of the week. Miss Boyer of West Ya., is here visiting her sister Mrs. W. II. Kratts. -F. T. M. Dutcher expects his ag- Presidential Preferences. Yve have not canvassed the busi ness men of town to ascertain their preferences for Presi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 June 1888

BRIC-A-BRAC. UKINil AND DISLIKING. You who know the reason tell m How it i.- that instinct e t ill Prompts the heart to like or not like At itd wri capricious will? Tcil me by what hidden magic Utir iiK jrejaiur.il lirst are led Into liki ..; or dinlikin?, Tt he. ore a word he said? Why should htailes sometimes repel us? bright eyes tun our feeli i3 cold? What in that which comes to tell uu All that glitter is not gold? Oh, no feature, plain or striking. Li lt a power we cannot ihun, J'rornpts our liking or ili.slikin? Kre acquaintance hath begun. Is It instinct or some spirit Which protects us and controls Every impuls'j we inherit By some sympathy ol eoula? Js it Instinct, ia it nature. Or some freak or fault of chance. Which our liking or ditdiking Limits to a single glance? Lik presentiment of danger Though thetky no shadow rUnga? Or that inner 8ense,still stronger, i Of unften, unuttered thinga? Js it Oh, can no nnt tell uie, ?o one nhow suflicient cause, "Why our liking and di...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 June 1888

Tha Land of Rest. Tajond ilia valloj lying low, ThrouKh which our feet some day Buallgo, Beyond the hih bill's purple haze. That etretchea far beyond our Raw, There la a place most sweet and bleat, Which here we call the Land ol licet. A land with hills and valleys fair. And many of our loved ones there; So silently, and one by one They went the lonesome journey on; Ali, v th white hands upon their breast, Went out into the Land of Heat. I long that happy bourne to see, I long to know how it will be When first these eyes of mine behold The land of whicli the prophets told; Of my inheritance poeuetised. When shall I come to that Land of Rest? O blessed Land! O time so elowl Not with reluctance I shall go, But oa my lips a happy song That it, the day looked for so long, lias come to take me to that blest. That peaceful land, the Land of Rest. Good Housekeeping. the convicrs SISTEO. "I have told you there is a secret ia my life I can share with no one. Let me go my way and you yours, f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 June 1888

THE HERALD, rUILLII'SBUKG KANSAS. Commissioner's Proceedings June 4th, 1SS3. Meeting of County ComruUaloner as Board of Equalisation. Member present McDowell, Hani and Fieher and S. J. ilartnian, county clerk. Called ti order by Chainuau McDowell. On motion adjourned to 1 o'clock p- m. 1 p. m. board convened purcuant to adjourn ment. Member! present as before, culled to or der by cliairuian McDowell. On motion the petition of J. W. Kyau and non akin tbat their at-ecbeiuent for ltv be Krlckcu from the rolla, was granted, and same sus etritk ea from the rollo. On motion the auscfeiiicnt of 100 doliari asaiurt W. W. Colby in ttieenwood township was ordered p trie ken from the rolls, suuic property being as oei'sed ia Kirwia townr-hip. On uiotiou adjourned t H a. in. 8 a. in. J une 0th, board conveued pursuant to adjounuent, members precent as before, culled to order by Chairman McDowell. Forenoon occu pied in "looking over ustessnieut rolls of the var ious townships. Adjourned to 1 p. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 June 1888

TO THEM 1?Xi:A.T THEY G-O IF'OIR.W.A.TID. VOL.. X. NO 34. PHILLIPSBUHG, KANSAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1888. $1.50 IN ADVANCE. THE HERALD. UILIilPSBUEG, - KANSAS . ESTABLISHED IN 1S77. The oldest paper In Northwestern Kansas. TIHIuIS: Dim year $1.50 8ix month 75 K. T. KOBUS B. A. DAGC. EORK3 & DiGUE, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. The triiirm on the Missouri Pacific Railrod ar rive ut Marvin as follows: GOING EAST. Passenger -t :T. p. m. Freight t:Uj a. in. going; west. Passenger 10:41a.m. Freh'ht 3:j0p. in. C K. & N. TIME CARD. GOING. EAST. No. 8 Passenger 3:4.ia. in. No. 38 Local Freight 11:40 p. m. . GOING WEST. No. 37 Passenger 11:00 p. m, " 7 Local Freight 11:10p.m. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. II. WALLACE, M. D , Physician and Surgeon. Special attention kit en to the diseases of wo. mm. Otnce south side pablio sqaars, I'hilUpabuix, .... KtniM. A. B. HOUCK, M. D. Eclectic Physician. OSce at O. W. Bickford's Drag 8tor, north sid Poblio Bqaare, PhiUipsbarg, Kansas. All calls both day and n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 June 1888

TIIH FEF'OEhTOn STHSItE. Groups of men with sullen, discon solate faces were standing around the Streers encaged in murmured col loquy. The mill bells sounded. A few o: the idlers obeyed; others re mained imrnoved. A woman appeared and entered the builain;. Scowls darkened some of the faces as she went by. Tall and finely-formed, her poor dress scarcely hid the noble carriage of her head and ihoulders. An absent, harassed look: detracted from her beauty. "Why don't you go to work?" The roice was pleasant, the words perem tory. The speaker paused ere he, too, entered. He was of good height, with clear-cut face and bright, keen lyes. A rare smile gave gentleness to a.n otherwise stern countenance. His general appearance bespoke the mas ter. Later a man entered the office. Ross Gilbert looked up, ill-released at the interruption. The intruder eemed uneasy, and his voice was a little husky. "Me and the men want you to dis charge that young woman, boss. It's & man's place; we ain't w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 June 1888

THE KETTLE'S HOME-SONO. BY ERNEST M'GATTET. la the dusk of winter evenings when tho snow lies white On the highways and byways across the path of night. Then I sit with n my kitchen, with Helen on my knee. And listen to the song that the kettle sings to me. Outslie It's cold and cheerless, but all within Is warm, What care 1 for the wailing of the wind above the storm? 1 m sitting watching Don, and Helen crows In glee A she hears the cheerful song that tha kettle sings to me. You can talk about your nightingale, in the month of June Bat he couldn't hold a andle to a kettle all In tune. Though the music of composers is good enough for art It takes a kettle's singing to electrify the heart. Jlmber jimber, joggle joggle, the kettle's keeping time. To the music of its ditty, like tha tinkle of a rhyme. And 8ul sibi sibL and sui sibl se," 1 a sort of Latin jingle the kettle sings to me. Tho' frost is on the windows I see the summer's gleam And the flash of running waters in the kettle's ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 June 1888

THE HERALD. PHILLIPSBURG. - KANSAS. OFFICIAL GOUNTY PAPER. E. F. KOKNS. 11. A. D AGUE. KORNS & DAGUE. PUBLISHERS AXD PROPP.IETOKS. Friday, Jane 22A, 1883. Eor Presidential Electors, At large John L. Walker. " Kurene F. Ware. First District Lon W. llobinson. Second District Frank 11. Ogg. Third District T. 1 Anderson. Fourth District John Madden. Fifth District D. A. Valentine. Sixth District J. B. MeGonigal. Seventh District. .. .E. I. Chapman. THE CHICAGO CONVENTION, The Herald goes to press too early to give any extended account of the Great Republican National Conven tion that convened La Chicago last Tuesday. At this writing we have been unable to get any news other For Member Congress Cth District, E. J. TURNER. Senatorial Convention. There will be held at Smith Center. Kansas Au;'. 1, 1SMM, at 1 o'clock p. m.: a republican con vention, the object of which will be to nominate a candidate for Senator for tke 34th. Senatorial dietrict. The basU of representation will be one d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 June 1888

V ; FOB FINE PHOTOG RAPHS, TIN TYPES, I FRAMES AND T rPT?T V-ir -Ik jlJl.' 0 r o MEN, YOU TUB AXD BOYS! m -i Pvinoo Tn see our St TT ,Y les. To Buy our G-oods. visiting at was m ivs tuat Dress Salts Work Suits, Overalls, Over-shirts, Underwear, Jackets, Hose, Dre,. baits, Uou & lino of Furmshmg Goods. ALPACA COATS AND VESTS. SEERS UCKER, FLANNEL, Hat, Caps, latest rfyl 'I-? ".St fcJS ?.ric$ st or at iitty per cent, uiswuui, R In the brick block, west, siue miui-. selling at cos is our motto PERSONAL. Mrs. Jacob Nipps is friends at Osborne. Geo. W. Stinson will Oberlin July 4th. Hon. W. II. MeBride town this week on business. The Osbom Farmer s Mrs. O. J. MeFadden is very Mrs. II. S. Poling and children 1 Bennett's. are visiting friends at Alma Neb. Miss Gussie "Weils, the artist, has rone to her home in Sarnae Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Sallee are oi? to Wisconsin on a visit to their old ! MMINGS.GO TO TU Co. Farm loan?, G. A. -Esterly binders at Crosthwait's. -Butter and eggs wanted ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 June 1888

THE HERALD. rniLLPSBURG, KANSAS isas irnws. The Jay Gerald and A. L. Hopkins party arrived at Hutchinson from the west Friday morning in their private car, and spent several hours in driving -over the city, and examining the pack ing houses and salt blocks. Mr. Gould wu in excellent spirits, all trace of his recent illness having left him. President Burt and the executive committee of the Michigan salt asso ciation arrived at Hutchinson Friday morning on the special directors' car of the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy. They were accompanied by J. Sterling Morton, of New York, and came to ar range for opening up several large salt blocks. Pursuant to a petition signed more than two-thirds of the legal by vo- ters of Morton county, the commission ers called a special election for July 14, to vote on the proposition to issue $25, 00 in bonds for the purpose of build ing a court house at ltichfieid, the county seat.' Professor Blake, of the Kansas Far mer editorial staff, prophesies t...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 June 1888

TiI2 DYSTEiiY GF CV.IE. was Une fair sunshiny morning in March, Lansing Phillips was walking down town to his business place, the firm Oi" Tatr., iJrother Sz Co., No. Wall street. New York. It was recognized as an estim-rbie and reputable firm in every respect except, perhaps but this dark cloud on its fair fame known only to thoe officially cected with it in the .election retention of its office boy, Harry Bak er, commonly ciilled Bake.; a youth against whom everybody in the busi ness;, from President Tatt to old Pat Bey, the furnace man, had cause of grievance. Lansing Phillips, an agree able, good-tempered fellow in the main as one would find from Harlem tn tha Batterv. nevertheless was frowning considerable as he hurried along in the 6unlight. Both buttons from his glove, a fact which fie f:lt sure was directly tracea ble to the diversions of Bake, whom he had discovered the day before ar rayed in his tall hat and his best ul eter (which trailed on thedusty floor), giving an imi...

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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 June 1888

THE HERALD, ruiLLii'SBirna. KANSAS. Phillipsburg and Phillips County In Drief. Phillipp burg, the county peat of Phillips County, is located in the geosruphical center of said county ; is jJ miles wet-t of Atchison and 1.J5 miles east of Colorado line; is beauti fully located; is on the main line of the V. K. & S. HKk-lM.inl) iuw bum;,' built. It is both a freight and jiuKi-eucr divifion and the hops and round house of raid road are located here, and at an early date a branch will be constructed from the Houlli east. Phillips County is, according to agricultural reorts, the econd best county in Kuia un rain itr acre: it is in the northern tier of counties, is well watered by SM living streams; its soil is unsur passed; it has plenty of jood building stone and considerable tiinlier. Only one sixth of its lands are yet in cultivation : it is : miles square and has i lo.uuo inhabitants. It is a uood county to come to. For full particulars of the advantages offered the emigrant in 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. — 29 June 1888

VOL. X. NO 35. PHILiLIPSBUHG, :7SAS, FKIDAY, JU1TI3 29, 1088. v 150 THE HERALD. aiLLIPSBDr.G. KANSAS EdTABLJSHED IN 1377. The oldest paper la Northwestern Kansas. One year fl.M Six months 75 k. r. C0BN &. A. BAQCi. EORNS A DVGUE, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. The trains on the Missouri Pacific Kailrod ar rive at Marvin us follows : GOING 2AST. f'assener 4:05 p. m. Freiirnt. C :U0 a. in. GOING WEST. Passenger . 10:41 a. m. FrcU'ht 3:00p in. C K & N. TIME CARD. GOING EAST. No. S Pax center 5:25 a. No. 38 Local Freight 11:40 p. Passenger 7:07 p. GOING WEST. No. 37 Passenger 11:00 p. " 7 Local Freight 11:10 p. PasieuL'er 9:06 a. m. m. ni. m, m. m. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. H. WALLACE, II. D., Physician and Surgeon. Special attention (rtven to tha diseases of wo men. Office sooth, aide pablio aqaars, liiilllpiibarg, - - - - Kna. A. B. HOUCK, 11. D.. Eclectic Physician. Office at O. W. Bickford's Dm Btors, north eidt- Pablio Square, Phiilipsborg, Kjinsa. All calls both day and night promp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 29 June 1888

THE HERALD. UILrlPSBTJKO, KANSAS A yotuag child of E. II. Yampler, living north of Ilollys, was bitten by ft renomoua reptile while Bitting in a baby carriage in the garden, where a young lady was at work. Hearing the child scream, the young lady's attention was attracted to the baby carriage, some thirty feet away. She was horrilied to see a huge snake clinging to the little one's ear. The child lived only fifteen minutes after being bitten. Lawrence Telegram : Several Kansas papers have claimed that Mr. C. F. Jennings, of Kanopolis, Kansas, hav ing come to the state in 1854, was the oldest settler in it. It now appears that a white man whose name we are unable to learn settled in this state De cember 24, 1848. and that another old settler, J. H. Beddow, Leavenworth, came to Kansas in January, 182(5, and and has resided here ever since. The annual catalogue of the state normal school show the enrollment of 875 for the year closing June 14th. Of this number, CC9 are in the normal de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 29 June 1888

.'3 . -I : . i . r- tL i.tlfcat& Constitution. 1. Hamp Harper calmly studied the cota that was lying on the tabid be fore Lira. It bad just been handed Lira by a email urchin who was then waiting oat in the hall for an answer. Yawxring wearily, and frowning slight ly, ha picked up a pen and wrote Lastily the following answer: Mr. Bancroft: Your challenge, which L te!or m, I accepted. Will be on hand t the appointed time. II a. mp Uaepkh. 'That fellow Bancroft is a miser able tool," mused Hamp, after the boy had departed with the note. The idea of hia challenging me to fight a duel, and all on account of Helene, too, when absolutely the girl would not give the snap of her finger for him. The most ridiculous part of the proceeding, however, is my ac cepting a challenge to fight a duel with a drunken vagabond, and on the ground, too, oi rivals in love!" and Hamp Harper laughed heartily as the real situation flashed through hia mind. "I should have ignored the whole businebs," he sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 29 June 1888

THE HERALD. " P1IILLIPSBURG. - KANSAS. OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER. 12. F. KORNS. U. A. DAG EE. KORNS DAGXJE. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. Friday, June 29th, 18S8. For President of the United States, GEN. BENJAMIN HAIUUSON, of Indiana. For Vice I'residotf, LEVI P. MOKTON, of New York. For Presidential F lectors. At large .JohnL. Walker. Eugene F. Ware. First District Lon V. Itobinson. Second District Frank 11. Ogg. Third District T. F. Anderson. Fourth District John Madden. Fifth District D. A. Valentine. Sixth District J. 13. McGonigal. Seventh District. .. .E. I. Chapman. For Mem her Congress (ith District, E. J. TUPiNEli. Senatorial Convention. There will be held at Smith Center. KuiieUf" Am;. 1, lsss, nt 1 o'clock p. in.: a republican con vuntioii, the object of which will be to nominate a candidate for Senator for the .V.lh Senatorial district. The has is of representation will be one U derate and one alternate for each 2U) votes cast fjr E. 11. Allen for Secretary of State in lKsii a...

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