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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 19 July 1888

m BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. W. a. STOXS, Editor and Proprietor. GREAT BEND. .... KANSAS. THE GOOD DIE YOUNG. The Rood die young," 'Us said, and it is true; The good die young, they ne'er grow old; .Aod ever on their souls is seen the dew That glistens in the morn like gold. More true to say thev never die at all. They only pass from earth away. On thro' the golden gate and jasper wall. To walk the planes of endless day. J hardly call that death 'tis only change. The entrance of another room ; .A lovely mystery, yet scarce more strange . Than-flowers rising from their tomb. Not only there, above, but here they live: Their presence meets us everywhere; Where'ei we turn do they some token give Of their fond love and tender care. Not one I ever loved is dead to me, Or even slumbering 'neath the sod; Nor am I robbed of their sweet ministry Who once with me life's pathway trod. '" X think of them as living and near my side. As oa me smiling just as of yore; Tfio' launched upon the sea yet t...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 19 July 1888

THE 'BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY WILL, K. STOKE, Editor etraca. Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, :-. KANSAS. TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. One year 51.50 Six months Three months.. .50 GB"A il advertisements or communications, to ob tain an insertion in the DkmocraT. must be handed In by Wednesday uoon of each week, at the very latest. Entered as second class matter at the Great Bend Kansas, postoifice. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. NATIONAL. . For President, GKOVER CLEVELAND, Of New York. For Vice-President, ALLAN G. TIIURMAN, Of Ohio. STATE. For Governor. JUDGE JOHN MARTIN, Of Shawnee County. For J-ieut. Governor, P. TV. FRASIUS, Of Cloud. For Secretary cf State, ALLAN. G. TIIURMAN, Of Labette. For Auditor, V. II. WILII1TE, Of Miami. For Treasurer, W. II. WHITE, Of Morris. For Attoniey-Gcncrul, C. F. DIFFENBACHER, Of Barton. For Supt. Public Instruction, A. N. COLE, Of Phillips. For Associate Judge, W. II. CAMPBELL, Of Sedgewick. ' For Congress 7th District, CHARLES S...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 19 July 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. WILL E. STOKE, Eclit.o i andProprietor, (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS LOCAL NEWS. . Trinidad coal at Allison Bros. Larned has the prospect of another democratic paper. G. L Dawson has about recovered flora a long sick spell. . Commissioner Carney was talking horse in Lamed, Monday. Sam Rosenfeld is east taking a va cation during the heated term. Send in your name and let us send you a good paper the Democrat. Mrs. W. E. Stoke and Miss Julia Miller spent Monday in Ellinwood. 5 Wheat is turning out a splendid yield in the vicinity of Pawnee Rock. A telephone line will soon be put in between Great Bend and Hoising 4oii The M. E. church people of Ster ling are having a camp meeting this week. Mrs. L. F. Wever, wife of our county treasurer, is visiting in Cali fornia. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Halsey were up from Ellinwood, shopping, Tuesday afternoon. The people of Cain City dedicated a handsome, new church edifice Sun day last. Bring your job printin...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 19 July 1888

MWQ j . CHARCOAL BURNING. - CCWb MmfiA Decline of a OiM Omt,.Btt Wasteful, Industry. Chare ohI burning1, once one of the 3re&t industries of the country, is now played, out. It is good for the coun try and particularly for New Jersey, "vhereit thrived ahead of any other State, that it is becoming' a thing1 of the jmet. It wai a ruinously wasteful in iduatry from the very start. Thou sands of millions of dollars worth of alable products have been destroyed la the United States by the - charcoal-burners in order to , obtain a product Inferior to many oi. those tbat-were "ruined. The- charcoal-burners - hare "been the deadliest enemies of the tim ber supply of the Nation. Twice they have denuded the mountains of North ern New Jersey, and; greatly thinned cut the' pineries in the southern part i of the State. , Charcoal burning began in this State In 1780, when Cornelius Board started ' &n iron forge at Little Falls, and it was greatly extended when Hazenclever came to this coun...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 19 July 1888

SENSATIONAL ARRESTS. Prominent Officers of the Engineers' and Firemen's Brotherhood Arrested The Charges Against Them. Chicago, July 10. Chairman Hoge, of the grievance committee of the Brother hood of Locomotive Engineers and Chair man Murphy, occupying the same position in the Firemen's Brotherhood, were ar rested at their rooms in the National Hotel this morning. The prisoners were taken completely by surprise. Both men were taken to police quarters and locked up. The two chiefs are charged with conspi racy. The much talked-of circular in which Hoge is alleged to have requested Brotherhood men to hire themselves se cretly to the "Q" road and then disable the engines, is said to be the basis of the charge against Hoge. Chairman Murphy is charged with being an accomplice. General Manager Stone swore out the warrants last night and they were given to the officers to be served early this morning. Attorney Collier, of the "Q" road, said this morning that the prisioners would be ar rai...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 19 July 1888

THREES jO-A.ZR,IDS. .A. T&SF On aud after June 19th, 1888, trains lea re Great Bend as follows, via : eoiwa cast. No. 6, Canon Ball. 6.25 a. m .No. 8, Local Passenger 0:45 p. m. eoiNe WEST. No.-5, Canon Ball -50 . m No. 7, Colorado Express. . -10:10 a. in X.KAVKS. Express 10:15 a.m. AEBIVKS. Fxnrmn 6:30 p.m. Expre68- W. TORRE Y, Agent. moTp. AB&IVKS St Louis Express 11:55 p m Colorado Express m DEPABTS St Louis Express :?am Colorado Express 10:30 p ni All trains daily. E. W. "WaTNAMT, Agent. POSTOFFIC35 IIOUKS. SUNDAY, 10:30 a. ia. to 12:30 p. ui. WEEK BAYS, 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. MONEY ORDER, 8 a. m. to 5 p. in. REGISTER BUSINESS, 7 a. m. to 7 p. m H. P. BAIN, P. M. ATTORN K"S. C. F. DIFFENBACHER, D. A. BANTA. BIFFEHB&CHER I SANTA, 'Attorneys at Law Office In Allen-lIuLbard Block rooms 9 and 11. TIIEO. C. COLE. ELRIGK.C. COLE County Attorney. COLE BROTHERS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Court House. S"Counsel In German by Tbeo. C. Cole. J. RICHCREEK, Attorney at Law and Noiarj...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 26 July 1888

BMOCKAT' COIIITT VOLUME V. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1888. NUMBER 17. GOING TO WRECK. A TALE OF THE G. O. P. litre you ever heard of the wonderful "G. O. P.;" That was formed In such a beautiful way, That it stood for twenty-four years to a day, And then of a sndden it Ah, but stay, I'll tell you what happened without delay, Scaring the preachers into fits, Frightening women out of their wits, Have you ever heard of that, I say? Now in forming parties, I tell you what, There is always somewhere the weakest spot, In system, platform, tariff or plan, Of preserving the peace or selecting the luan, It) ways, means, revenue, lurking still, Had it somewhere you must and will, Above or below, or within, or without, And that's the reason, beyond a doubt, That a party breaks down as well as wears out. I'll-tell you what, I rather guess, That it was a wonder and nothing less! Boys grew up, and beards turned gray, Fathers and mothers dropped away, Children and grand-children where...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 26 July 1888

HE BARIOK COUNT! DEMOCRAT. V.H.'BTOKB, Editor ana Proprietor. GREAT BEND. - - ' - J KANSAS. THE WOELD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. CONGRESS. The; Senate was not in session on the 14 In The House resumed consideration ot the Post-office Appropriation bill and refused to agree to Mr. Bingham's amendment to tne Senate subsidy amendment -and by a vote of .141 to 57 further insisted on its disagreement to the Senate subsidy amendment. The Tariff bill was then taken op In Committee of the . "Whole and the wool clause debated until recess At the evening session nineteen private relief bills passed. In the Senate on the 16th the House joint resolution passed electing Colonel Harris, of Ohio. General Martin, of Kansas, and General Hartranf, of Pennsylvania, managers of the Na tional Soldiers' Homes to till vacancies. The bill appropriating 25,000 to erect a monument In the city of Louiville,Ky.,to General George Rogers Clark, in recognition of bis services in tte con quest of the Nor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 26 July 1888

KB BASIOK COOHTY DEMOCRAT. "W. S. BTOEB, Editor and Proprietor. CHEAT BEND, - . - - KANSAS. THE IDYLL OF BRENT FARM. 2?o father, no mother, my kinsfolk afar, And so to my lot it befell Jl hireling to be to her father for pay: Bat I faithfully served him and well. 3 loved her, just budding to womanhood then. But neither by gesture nor words 2JI ihow of my love for the daughter of one Who was master of farm-lands and herds. 1 toiled all the day, and I tolled half the night. And diligent ever I wrought; In daytime I delved in the broad Celda of earth, . And at night in the wide fields of thought. . For I said to myself in the depths of my soul: "The fair and the blossoming rose From the clod that is trampled in scorn at our feet Right stately and beautiful grows As the spirit enlarges the body refines. And knowledge creates self-respect; So I looked unabashed upon others around. And I carried my body erect. Wen noted the growth of my manner and mind. And Brent, though to others so grim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 26 July 1888

THE BAHTOH COUNTY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY , WILLE.STOKE, editor Etzxci Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) ' GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. TERM OF SUBSCEIPTIOX ASH. One year 81.50 Six moutlis 73 Three months .50 S"A11 advertisements or communication!", to ob tain an insertion in the Democrat, must be handed in by Wednesday noon of each week, at the very latest. Entered as second class matter at the Great Bond Kansas, jiostomce. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. NATIONAL. For President, GROVE It CLEVELAND, Of New York. For Vice-President, ALLAN G. TIIURMAN, Of Ohio. STATE. For Governor. J UDGE JOHN MARTIN, Of Shawnee County. For Lieut. Governor, F. W. FRASIUS, Of Cloud. For Secretary of State. ALLAN. G. TIIURMAN, Of Labette. For Auditor, . W. II. WILIIITE, Of Miami. . ' For Treasurer, W. II. WHITE, Of Morris. For Attorney-General, C. F. DIFFEXB ACIIEll, . Of Barton. For timt. Public Instruction, A.N.COLE, Of Phillips. For Associate Judge, W. II. CAMPBELL, Of Sedgcwick. For Congress 7th District, CHARLES...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 26 July 1888

IE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. 3"2cli.t.o:r axici Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS LOCAL NEWS. Trinidad coal at Allison Bros. Oh, dat waterrnillion! 'clar to good ness it am here! Lee Soule returned Monday, from a visit down the roacL An extra street car was put on our line Monday morning. . Mrs. S. B. Hale has been quite, sick for a number of davs. J. W. Quail, a Halstead mill man was in Great Bend Monday. Dalziel & Bailey have sold out their teed business to Wm. Jones. Mr. G. N. Johnson has gone east on - : i . a visii 01 u lew weetss duration. See the important change in Mrs. Hale's ad. in another column. Travel over the railroads has al- nvidy began to pick up somewhat. .An elegant suite of billiard and club id rooms are being opened in the Morri son h ouse. W. .H. H. Keeney and wife are now at Home to their many friends in Great Be'nd. The FL'nt Concert Company are billing school district 52 for a concert Saturday niht. No weather could be betttr for .gr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 26 July 1888

HISTORICAL; FACTS. Inconsistent Coarse of th Opposition . on the High, Protection Issue. . The Republican declaration of a high nd " increasing1 tariff tax recalls the fact 'that ' now for. the first time high .pruracuon is maae ine KepuDiican snio- boleth. The party sprang from the absorbing issue of slavery, and its pur pose was to withstand the extension of slavery into the Territories. The plat form of 1856 was devoted to this ques tion. The platform of 1860, upon which the party came into power, was also primarily and chiefly devoted to the various aspects of the question of slav ery, the Union, the rights of the States, etc., and was composed of seventeen sections. Th s first .section said: "That while providing revenue for the sup port of the general Government by duties upon Imports, sound policy requires such an adjust ment or these Imposts as to encourage the de velopment of the industrial interest of the whole country; and we commend the policy of National exchanges which...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 26 July 1888

DESOLATION. Inconceivable Ruin Wrought By '. the Terrible Bain Storm at Wheeling:. Twenty-three Persons Known to Have Been Drowned Two Cemeteries " Washed Oat. The B. & 0. Company Alone Loses $350,000-Nearly Seven Inches of Rain Palls. Wheeling, V". Va., July 21. Thursday night's storm extended sixteen miles east f West Alexander, Pa., and the scene all along the way is one of desolation and in conceivable horror. Where the Triadel phia school bouse, a large building of six rooms, stood, the creek is now a raging flood and not even a vestige of even the foundations remains, while the whole south half of the towu has disappeared as clean as if it never existed. The Wheel ing relief committee, which recently raised funds for the Kowlesburg sufferers, ex pended the balance for provisions and sent it to Triadelphia. The Baltimore & Ohio, Pittsburgh di vision, is practically destroyed for fifteen 'miles, while the Western Union Telegraph .Company lost forty miles of wire and jnio...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 26 July 1888

AT&SF Oa aud after June 18th, 1888, trains leave Great Bend as follow s, viz : GOING EAST. No. 6. Canon Ball 6.25 a. m No. 8, Local Passenger 6:45 p. m. GOING WEST. No. 5, Canon Ball 9.50 . m No. 7, Colorado Express... 10:10 a. m CK&W LEAVES. Express .' 10:15 a.m. ARRIVES. Express. 0:30 p. m. W. TOXEEY, Agent. "MoT I3. ARRIVES St Louis Express 11:55 p m Colorado Express 6:30 a la St Louis Express 4:40 a m LiiPAKTS Colorado Express 10:30 p id All trains daily. E. W. Waynaxt, Agent. rosTOFFiCE nouns. SUNDAY, 10:30 a. ru. to 12:30 p. re. WEEK DAYS, 7 a. m. to 7 p. in. MONEY OKDEli, 8 a. ni. to 5 p. in. KEGISTEK BUrflNE&S, 7 a. m. to 7 p. m II. P. BAIN, P. M. ATTORNEYS. C. F. DIFFENBAC1IEK, P. A. BANTA. 2IF7ENB&CHER & BANTA, Attorneys at Law Office in Allen-IIubbard Block rooms 9 and 11. THEO. C.COLE. ELRICK.C. COLE County Attorney. COLE BROTHERS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Court House. ffCounsul in German by Tbeo. C. Cole. J. RICHCREEK, Attorney at Law and Noiarj Pu...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 2 August 1888

' ::s;;,!.fH3aM3o ythuoo Home m- VOLUME V. GEE AT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1888. .DUMBER 18. The Wax Girl KIm. The Hm'nton girl bowu her stately head, And fixes her stylUh lija Iu firm, hard way. and let's them go In pauiodic little snip. The Dundee girl rcniovetb her specs And freezeth her face with a smile; And she sticks out her Hps like an ojien book, And cheweth her gum uicanwhilu. The Claflin girl says never n word, And you'd think her rather taiuc, 'With her practical views of the matter in hand, But she gets there all the same. The Ellin wood girl, the pride of the world, In her clinging and soulful way, Absorbs it all with a ycarnful yearn As big us a bale of hay. The Pawnee Itock girl gets a grip on herself, As she carefully takes off her hat; Then she grabs up the prize in a frenzied way, like a terrier shaking a rat. The Albert girl, so gentle and sweet, Let's her lips meet the coming kiss With a rapturous warmth, and thu youthful souls . Floats away on a sea of...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 2 August 1888

THE BABTGH CQDMT DEMOCRAT. W. XL STOKE, Editor ana Proprietor. GREAT BEND: - - - - KANSAS THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary, of the Daily News. COXGKK83. Ixthf Senate on the 21st the till to re imburse depositors in the Freedm&n's Bank was passed. It appropriates 11,000,000. The Fisheries treaty was then taken up and Senator Teller spoke In opposition. The Sen ate then took up and passed a number of bridge bills and adjourned until Monday.... In the House promptly at 11:30 o'clock the Tariff bill was called up and Mr. Mills spoke at length in its favor, at the conclusion of which the previous question was ordered and the bill passed by 162 ayes to 149 navs. Messrs. Sowden (Pa.) and Bliss (N. Y.). Democrats, voted against the bill, and Fitch (N. Y.) and Nelson (Minn.), Repub llcans, voted for the bill. The four Inde pendents also voted for the bilL At the even ing session the bill to provide for the adjudica tion and payment of claims for Indian depreda tions whs passed, and the House ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 2 August 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY - DEMOCRAT. W. 2. STOKE, Editor ul Proprietor. Gtt EAT BEND. - - - - KANSAS. A SERIOUS HUMORIST. story i sad one, and woa't take long to telL . . To any sort of meter I can suit It just a well. "Yofc'U understand my misery before the tale is done. It all began one hapless day the day I made a . . pun; . .And ever since that fatal hour the people do declare That I became a humorist, alas! right then and there: o Though to be considered serious I'd give a lot of money, "Whatever. I may say or do, they will Insist it's funny. : J might perhaps have since escaped the direful . consequences Had I not penned a feeble joke when hardly in my senses. Twas printed in a .paper of tremendous circu lation, .Add I was dubbed a humorist by all the laugh ing nation. "In vain I tried to prove myself a libeled indl. vidual. The fatal truth confronted me the joke wus " quite original. Where'er I weijt there followed me that dread ful reputation, -And every word I spoke aroused uproar...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 2 August 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY WILL E. STOKE, Sdltor and Psroprlotor, . (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. TEEM OF SUBSCRIPTION CASH. Oae year . fl.50 Six months Three months .50 ja-A I 1 advertisement or communications, to ob tain an insertion in the Dkmocbat. must be banded in by Wednesday noon of each week, at the very latest. Entered a second diss matter at the Great Bend Kansas, i-oetotfiit. DEMOCTRATTO TICKET. NATIONAL. For President, GROVEtt CLEVELAND, Of New York. For Vice-President, ALLAN G. TIIURMAN, Of Ohio. STATE. For Governor. JUDGE JOHN MARTIN, Of Shawnee County. For Lieut. Governor, , F. W. FKASIUS, Of Cloud. For Secretary of State. ALLAN. G. TIIURMAN, Of Labette.. t For Auditor, W. II. WIL1HTE, Of Miami. For Treasurer, W. JI. WHITE, Of Morris. For Attorncy-GcneraL,, C. F. DIFFENBACHER, Of Barton. For Supt. Public Instruction, A. N. COLE, . Of Phillips. For Associate Judge, W. II. CAMPBELL, Of Sedgewick. For Congi ess 7th District, CHARLES S. ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 2 August 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT, WILL. K. STOKK, Editor and Proprietor, 7" - - - - (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS LOCAL NEWS. Trinidad coal at Allison Bros. . Witerraelong still com maud a high price. lv r. ihwalt is talking of moving to Missouri. . A'. L. Whitcoinb has taken water- rom the waterworks. Mrs. C. P. Townsley returned Fri day evening from the east. Marcus Friend has returned to Great Bend, from Austria. .Joe Ewalt returned Wennesday frnin a trin throurrli Mi?xonri. Dr. Kleuber, now of Vilas, Col., has beon in the city several days. Mrs. C- F. Culver, left Wednesday morning on a visit to her daughter. Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Coates, a fine, regulation weight, son. Prohibition Senatorial convention -in this city on Wednesday, the 8th unst. A rain within a few days will save Hots of corn that is now "on the rag ged edge." ' J. W. Ratcliffe, Pawnee Rock's bauker was in town Tuesday evening on business. Mrs. D. Merton, who has been ill for the past week, we are s...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 2 August 1888

DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN FLAG. "For Cleveland, Thurman, anl Tcriff Eeform.' FOR REVENUE REFORM. Senator Whiting, of Illinois. Announces Ills Determination to Support Sir. Cleve land The President Representing a Ofeat Principle Vie w of a IAfe-LAng Republican. "Men do not make enduring political parties. To earn aod retain the confidence of the voters of this country a party must hold principle higher than men." "Lorenzo D. Whiting was the speaker. He saw Chicago a 18J8; he came to Tiskilwa fifty years ago; he was the trusted atry of Owen Lovejoy, tho abolition's t; &zz.la and again through eighteen years he was re turned to the State Senate by Republican t votes. In 1869 in the Illinois Constitutional -convention Senator Whiting was the first to Introduce a measure looking to the control of corporations by legislative enactment. A man ef pronounced ability and rugged honesty, he e it rounding his throe-soore year and tea rich la the respect of those who know him best. Cit months ago ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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